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Fresh update on "mclean" discussed on KSR
"I just have a couple of comments I WANNA make, and I'll list y'all on fire and first of all. AJ roles, great human being I think he's GonNa do great things as an undercover policeman if that's where he's wanting to be. but he's not an SEC tailback any certainly not an se caliber tale back for a winning program. That's GONNA. Compete Burqa. Vision. With. That he's he can be your back up. He can be your second guy. He can be your change of pace, but he's not the best you gotta use a Rodriguez or even smoke as your starter. I agree I agree that he's not a starter and I'm going to be honest with you from what I've seen from the McLean Kit I'm not a hundred percent certain that because you have to Aj's got unbelievable quick. Ability he gets if he gets in a lane, he can. I mean, he's gone. He reminds me some of the other tailbacks Kentucky had but He's Nada. Joe Camp. He's not He. He's just not a running. Running back to can take over the game, and if you look back on his career as a freshman, he he hurt his leg because he knew Benny was coming up behind him. He's turned the ball over and critical parts of games. Todd by Mississippi State on to the end zone he says not. We know it's Funny Doug is we've had we've had a pretty good run in the last few years of game changing running backs. Gioja was one boom Williams was one at times. Benny Snail was one. Lynn. Boden was basically a running back last year. And I don't think age as one and you've got one sitting behind it is I feel like you gotta give him the ball. and. And Chris Rodriquez, runs behind his pads AJ rose. He doesn't. If you look at Aj rose when he gets bet at the line of scrimmage by Linebacker, he always gets. or he falls forward because they're at his way, he's not a guy he's GonNa get you tough jars and that's what you need the sec you need a running back they can get yards after contact. and. I'm with you I appreciate the call Duck. I wished I i. wish you were wrong but I think you're right I. Tell you what we were wrong. About are these results ride A, what is it two thousand votes.
Father of Anthony McClain, Black man fatally shot by Pasadena PD, northeast of Los Angeles, files lawsuit
"Pasadena and several of its police officers are being sued over a deadly police shooting in August, and Lenny McLean was shot and killed while running from police following a traffic stop. Nearly two months after his death. His father is following a federal civil rights lawsuit. Attorney Michael Corio says Dashcam footage shows McClane pose no danger to police officers officers. The first thing that he does is he whips out his gun and Anthony's running away with his back toward the officer. You'll see this on the video video with with Anthony. Anthony. Nothing Nothing in in his his hands. hands. This This officer officer fired fired twice. twice. One One struck struck him him and and ultimately ultimately was was the the kill kill shot. shot. The The other other one one grazed. grazed. The The Pasadena Pasadena Police Police department department says says McLane McLane was was armed armed at at the the time time of of the the shooting, shooting, and and detectives detectives recovered recovered a a gun gun at at the the scene scene with with McLane's McLane's DNA DNA on on the the city city of of Pasadena, Pasadena, declined declined to to comment comment on on the the pending pending litigation. litigation. You You could could see see the the video video of of the the shooting shooting on on our our website website Ko next 10 70 dot com.
"mclean" Discussed on The Current
"He also peas on it said Stephanie. that. Was An accident said. It took years but slowly morally learned how things worked. She learned the deal breaking importance of the Sun. She learned that from The Sun Flowers. For, three summers she had planted or sunflowers along the garage in the shade. and. She couldn't figure out why they never grew. And then one day they were in the car sitting at a stop light and just before the light changed Stephanie said. Isn't that what you're trying to grow. And there was the craziest sunflower, you have ever seen growing through a crack in the sidewalk. Morally moved hers from beside the garage to beside the house where they got more sign. And ever since she has grown mammoth sunflowers. Each August. She delights in their prayerful passage from towers to Penitence as they. Slowly, they're heavy headed way back to the. Earth. The September Saturday they rose sunflower seeds has become a family festival. Morley was back outside now. She was in the back corner, the garden pulling dead bits from under the Rhododendrons. One summer, she kept finding stashes of stuff back there. Little piles of vitamin pills, and. Cooked vegetables. One night after dinner. She saw Sam slipped surreptitiously out the back door and watched him neil by the roads and began pulling stuff out of his bulging socks. It was about an hour later as she was finishing up. And she had her hands deep in the dirt that she found something hard. She dug around in a bit hard thing. And when it was loose, she tugged on it and pulled it out. A metal mud ball. She brushed it off. It was a small yellow backhoe. That night at supper she said to Sam. I found something of yours. She'd washed it off and she was pretty proud of herself. It was the sort of thing that Mary might a put in one of her memory boxes. She thought Sam was gonNA. Love it. He didn't care. He didn't ignore it. He looked at it. He smiled. He said I remember that truck. But he didn't take it. Just left it on the table. Later that night she walked by Sam's bedroom and saw his collection comic books on his bureau. And it occurred to her that he had saved what he wanted to save. And that he had a whole life ahead of him to take pictures if he was going to be a picture-taking sort of guy. Next afternoon she was giving the garden one last soak. And she went out to move the sprinkler and she saw Sam coming down the driveway and she said, could you give me a hand? And she pointed to the hose and said pinch hit so I can move the sprinkler. and. As he walked over and picked up the Ho-, she said you know the key to good sprinkling is the. Not The sprinkler. You buy a good hose and expensive one with brass connectors and you can get a cheap sprinkler. The fancy rotating ones or unreliable. Sam just stood there waiting patiently. Until his mother was holding the sprinkler in her hands before he let go. When the water hit her, she froze for an instant. and. Then she dropped the sprinkler in jump back but it was too late. She was already solved. And he was already running for the house. And so she stood there. Dripping and laughing. And wondering if she would ever learn. And thinking this is she went inside. thinking. That Mary may have her boxes and her books. But she had her garden. Her memories were landed in a backyard scrap. And while it would certainly fade away. It would only fade in autumn. When fading was its job? When the apples were ripe? The geese had taken wing. And Her son flowers were dipping their golden heads. Stuart McLean in the Vinyl cafe. For more CBC podcasts go. To, CBC DOT CA slash podcasts..
"mclean" Discussed on The Current
"Series from the Atlantic about Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans. It follows the lives of four people who lived through the flooding and its aftermath and shows how government failures and misinformation led to tragedies far beyond what the hurricane cost host van newkirk shows what we can learn today from that disaster fifteen years ago you can listen to flood lines wherever you get your podcasts. This is a CBC podcast on this Thanksgiving Monday. We are no doubt missing much of what makes a day like this one. So special because of the pandemic, there won't be many family gatherings with the big Turkey dinner and all the fixings. So we thought we would bring you something familiar a special Thanksgiving treat from the Vinyl cafe. It's a story about the importance of family which feels perfect for the moment we're in right now here is the late great stuart McLean and more garden. Some people love spring. Some love summer. Some even loved the cold dark nights a winter. Morally travels with those who believe these lingering days of autumn are the sweetest days of the year. I love mornings like this. She said staring out the kitchen window at the. Thin Sky. But it is a perilous partner OUGHTA. For if winter is the warm hearth and summer sweet Seora. If Spring, hopes eternal. Autumn is the season of wistfulness. For Autumn is an idler holding on holding on holding on the last leaf holding onto the bear branch. And it conjures up the lingering emotions, which, of course, lead right to the path of wistful things. which too often leads straight to melancholy. If you pointed this out to morally should agree with you that's true shits. But I like the sadness of it. Never feels. Really Sad. And she's right. If Autumn is the season of sadness, the dawn of regret it is sweet regret. Brushed by sadness maybe but not by Seora. OUGHTA maybe a horse clip clopping down a cobblestone alley but. That's a poet sitting in the saddle. And he is a bottle of wine in his pocket said, morally. And probably a bag of roasted chestnuts. So on a recent Saturday morning after she'd made her coffee and stood by the kitchen window and said, I love mornings like this morally went happily out the back door and said about the wistful autumnal business of digging up her garden. Putting it to sleep for another year. She was wearing a baggy pair of Khakis and an old sweater canvas jacket and canvas gloves. She looked like a pro. Go. If you asked her morally would tell you that she is the most amateur gardeners. Thing about it she'd say having a clue. She'd been out there for an hour, maybe two digging in the dirt, loading up the wheelbarrow, pulling things out and throwing them in the compost. She started in the corner by the garage with the impatience, the corner where she had the vegetable patch when the kids were small or tried to. The vegetable patch never worked out. She still has the bottle of orange oil somewhere maybe in her basket tools. She leaned back on her thighs and flipped a shaggy route ball into the wheelbarrow. She thought vegetables might be a way to engage the kids and she was right. Stephanie would fly home from school run into the backyard and check to see if something had happened in the six hours should be no way. Staffing. had been obsessed. For some reason, the only thing that came that year was yellow peppers nothing else not even Zucchinis. Go figure. And the peppers came slowly painfully slowly. Gardening was supposed to be soothing. It wasn't soothing that year all morally did that year was frat. Mostly. She was reading that harvest wouldn't come soon enough to sustain Stephanie's interest. She tried egg shells and coffee grounds Carter them out to the vegetable patch every morning feeling foolish about it. She did it because her grandmother did it her grandmother would walk odin a robe and curlers after breakfast spread egg shells, and coffee grounds on the garden and told across around for the birds. And Her grandmother had a beautiful car. To. Be Safe Morally added crust. And then the ans- appear. Right out of the blue one morning, she got off in the whereas all over the papers infestation. Someone told her orange oil would do the job and orange oil was organic and safe. Back then organic and safe seemed like an important thing the most important thing. Of course everyone believes that at the starting line. Everyone begins the race or again can save. We all believe in our hearts that poison is for wicked witches and chemical companies. Kind of folks who don't care about children and pets and God's good Earth let alone butterflies. That our garden will be now and forevermore. So help us God organic and safe. Until comes the autumn of the aphids. The summer of the squash bug. The moment of the being leaf beetle and a switch flips and there you are just like everyone else smuggling home jars of raid from the hardware scar. sneaking. Shamefully into your organic garden early in the morning when known spots you who cares about the butterflies when you're up to your knees and aphids, the butterflies aren't your problem. The only thing you care about are the cut worms and if you see one more cut worm, just one you were going to Central America next winter to one of those countries you've read about and you're scoring some DDT, and let's see how they. Feel about that. Yeah. That's pretty much how organic gardening goes. Anyway. Morally was just getting going. So on the ans- appeared, she went to the gardening store and she got Orange Oil not ray. And she applied at the way, the guy at the garden store had told her to apply it. and. Then she went in for lunch and then an hour later she came out full of hope. And her pepper plants were scarcely standing they were brown and droopy and barely alive, and all she could think was Stephanie would be home from school in an hour. So, she rushed back to the garden shop and she bought new plants. Ones with peppers on. Bigger than the ones she just murdered. And she got home and got them in the ground just before the kids. Got There. It was the miracle staff had been anticipating the peppers almost double their morning sows. And you know what happened. Stephanie he didn't even notice the miracle of the papers and you know why? Because it was a pile of dead ants in the backyard. Stephanie and Sam spent what.
Man Sought in Rape Attempt on Silver Line Metro Train, Washington DC
"Police are investigating an attempted rape on a metro silver line train. The attack reported on a train between the McLean and East Falls Church stations at around 11 30 yesterday morning, Metro says the attacker assaulted a woman who was traveling with a small child trying to remove her clothes and exposing himself before the train reached these 12 church and she was able to escape. Police say the assailant border that really rest in east and exited later at foggy
How Does Captain America's Shield Work?
"The official marvel comics database says that Captain America's shield is a metal disc that's approximately two point five feet in diameter and weighs twelve pounds. But Rhett Lane at wired magazine did some math and figured out that it would be more likely to weigh forty three point nine pounds despite the shield being made of a unique alloy combining vibrant. NEOM, which is. A fictional metal steel in an unknown third component. Elaine also figured out that the density of the shield would be somewhere between eight, thousand, seven, hundred, sixty, seven, and four, thousand, three, hundred, eighty, three kilograms per meter cubed. That is somewhere between the density of iron and titanium. Now in the Captain America Comics Story goes that Dr. Myron McLean was attempting to replicate Hercules Golden Mace fusing. Vibrant NEOM with an experimental iron alloy some say it was a steel alloy but even McLean didn't know what it was because he fell asleep when an unknown catalyst was introduced to the process he was never able to duplicate the process. So the government painted the disk and gave it to Captain America. But how would you forge such a thing? Especially since metallurgy is so complicated just The forging temperature alone depends on the materials carbon content. It's alloy composition maximum plasticity in the amount of reduction required. Was it heated by induction or by continuous fuel fired furnaces with material this unique you'd have to carefully control the heating process. Now, Ford ability is how easy or difficult material resists de formation and since Captain America's shield is indestructible, it would have to be a very Narrow forging temperature range meaning it could only be forged for a short time after heating with metallurgical factors like crystal structure chemical composition in grain-size at play the only way McLean could have diminished their influence would-be by adding alloying wants possibly compounds that easily dissolved with the metal. There are all types of elements that could have been introduced, but it's likely the captain America's shield was forged. Like a super alloy, this is how metallurgist refer to iron base nickel base in cobalt based alloys. Specifically, the ones that offer very high strength at high temperatures. These really high strength metals and iron based grades are the least difficult wants to work with. So that would narrow down Mcclain's experimental alloy to iron super-alloys are really difficult to forge because of their narrow temperature range you can't. Even use regular sizing presses in hammers on them because they will deform. They even wear down the tools designed for forging them pretty easily. They're also extremely expensive like ten times. The price of carbon steel sounds a lot like captain America's shield right. But how do we explain the shields ability to absorb kinetic energy supposedly from the vibe rhenium in the alloy usually materials absorb kinetic energy. Through other mechanisms like plastic or elastic deformation or dynamic fluid flow but cap shield doesn't seem to be an elastic metric material and it's not organic like polyurethane in the movies it actually seems to reflect vibration rather than absorb it like when thor hits with Mueller in that first avengers movie and the shockwave flattens a whole forest. Perhaps that was because the shield reached its absorption limit. Another thing that's tough to explain his how aerodynamic the shield is. If it really weighed forty three point, nine pounds, it would be difficult to throw even for a guy in peak physical condition like Steve Rogers the comics Tony Stark actually puts electromagnet under the shield to help control it in mid flight but captain America later ditched them because they upset the shields natural balance it seems like the soldier and the shield are made for each other.
Europe Is Fighting A 2nd Wave Of Coronavirus Pandemic
"In Global Corona virus headlines, there's a new and very ominous warning about a resurgence of the virus across Europe CNN Scott. McLean. Is Monitoring the situation Scott tell us more. Wolf across Europe governments are scrambling to head off the second wave of the coronavirus which is already eclipsed the first in weekly new cases. France, and Spain of really taken the brunt of the viruses resurgence with Spain reporting one hundred thousand new cases of the virus just in the last ten days the World Health Organization calls the situation in Europe very serious and says these latest numbers ought to serve as a wakeup. Call UK is doing more tests than any other major European country, and yet it's still facing a shortage of them at the worst possible time across England nude daily Covid nineteen infections of increased one hundred and sixty seven percent in September, and now a million and a half people living in parts of north east England are facing severe new restrictions that ban almost all in-person socializing with people outside your own
"mclean" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Hey, guess what's happening? It's bobby bones. Thanks. Check it out the PODCAST. This week of the radio show you know sometimes a pop in here and we put these up on the weekends to share a bonus episode of of one of the podcast that we do with you guys, and here's one of the cast members of season twenty nine of dancing with the stars starts on Monday maybe it's already started by the time you hear this, but it's Aj McLean he stopped by my house to do an episode of my music podcast called the bobby cast and opie subscribe to that. But I wanted you to hear this. You know we talk about starting over. With a country music career, we talk about the backstreet boys. We talk about the one song he's tired of playing live. It is a great hour long conversation with Aj that I wanted to share with you and be sure to subscribe to the podcast wherever you're listening to this. Now, go over and subscribe to Baba cast. If you do you have good luck for the next twenty, four hours if you don't, you're bad life than twenty hours. Yeah. Go subscribe now you can follow us on Instagram at the bobby cast, but let's go back episode. Two. Oh one he's on dancing with the stars. He starts this week a j McLean from backstreet boys..
"Hey welcome to in the thickness is a podcast politics race and culture from a POC. Perspective. HORSA and I'm Jerry Galloway. Rela. We have a very special guest joining us from Southern California Jacob Sobre. He's award winning journalist correspondent for NBC News and MSNBC and Hey a best selling author. Now, what's up Jacob? So good to be with you guys you know have wanted to do this for so long with you and I'm I'm just grateful to be here with you together I know he's a fan. He's a fan of in the thick fan. Yes. We love that we love fans of the pod so. We're going to be talking about an issue that you have called an American tragedy and this is the issue and the history of family. I don't even like that term because it's really families being ripped apart torn apart. In your new book separated inside an American tragedy you readers through a very intimate look into the policy into the families that have been torn apart and traumatized. You also talk to policymakers and government officials who ultimately were responsible for creating and really promoting this is stemmed separation of an estimated five, thousand, four hundred children from their parents at the hands of the government and I. Say. And still counting. Yeah and despite the fact that president trump signed an executive orders supposedly ending the policy of Charles Separations in two thousand eighteen, the ACLU alleges that there have been more than one thousand family separation since that executive order and more recently propublica reported on how the trump administration has used the corona virus as a pretext to circumvent the normal legal protections allowed to migrant children. So since March ice has circulated thousands of migrant children through hotel black sites making it virtually impossible for lawyers, family members and advocates to locate them and deported them in order to quote prevent the introduction of Covid nineteen into the US. Even though many of the deported children have tested negative for the virus. So Jacob here have reported on these issues for many many years. These policies you know predate trump. So before we get into the current iteration of this shit show, I wanNA talk about looking back into that history and actually. You great job of setting it and in a moment we'll talk about how it's touched of us. Really personally. But Jacob. From your perspective, talk to us about the origins of family separation and how the stage was being set for these policies way before trump entered the white. House. So yeah, you gotTa tell us how did we get here? Yeah. I think Maria. That what the trump administration did and we talked about ripping families apart family separation what to call this really what it was in the words of Physicians for human, rights and Nobel Peace Prize winning organization was torture at met the. Definition of torture according to the United. Nations it was government sanctioned child abuse according to the American Academy of Pediatrics and you know make no mistake. This is on the trump administration's hands. No administration in the history of the United States of America had ever attempted or done anything like this in a systematic way. But the fact that the trump administration was able to execute this policy was only possible because of decades of failed deterrent based immigration border policy by Democratic and Republican administrations. This will come as no news to you. But for people who don't know in one, thousand, nine, hundred, four, the Clinton administration put into place their border patrol a policy called prevention through deterrence. That's why our administration has moved aggressively to secure our borders more by hiring record number of new border guards by deporting twice as many criminal aliens as ever before by cracking down on illegal hiring, which was designed went along with the first wave of border infrastructure walls. Fences what have you and the idea was that by doing that people who are migrating to this country quote unquote illegally would have to go on more dangerous or deadly journeys to get here and sure enough you know many people have died trying I e let them die trying. Let them die trying. That's exactly right. After the Clinton administration. We had the Bush administration which obviously created H S and expanded the border patrol exponentially dozens of agencies charged with Homeland Security. Will now be located within one cabinet department. With the mandate and legal authority. To protect our people, the Obama Administration obviously deported more people than any other president ever no matter how they are. No matter their reasons. The eleven million who broke these laws should be held accountable and we got to this place where we had donald trump is president saying when Mexico census people, they're not sending their best they bringing drugs. Crime, their rapists, often not the pictures of Jay Johnson walk through the same facilities that I saw separated kids in and look yes. The Obama Administration Limited circumstances did separate parents and children from each other and the reason that they did it was circumstances where you had parents who were perhaps violent criminals or dealing a narcotrafficking but they never did on a systematic basis Jay Johnson? The Homeland Security Secretary, or Cecilia Munoz from the Domestic Policy Council. Bowl said to me on the record in my book we could never do. What the trump administration did it doesn't mean the idea wasn't proposed. It came up, it came up in the situation of the White House but they never did it and the minute Donald Trump became president. This idea was on the table right about a Valentine's Day meeting and twenty seventeen and the officer Kevin McLean then the acting commissioner of Customs and border. Protection they wanted to do this from the get-go and now the results of of this policy are very familiar to all of
"Dancing with the Stars" cast revealed
"Cast of dancing with the stars has been announced to star of the Netflix documentary. Siri's Tiger King Carol Baskin is putting on our dancing shoes. So you cool cats and kittens Jesse Metcalfe, known for his role on the TV. The show. Desperate Housewives will try to win the mirror ball on season 29 beating against singer Nelly, Ice skater Johnny Weir and Backstreet Boy A. J. McLean Banks will host and pros will be quarantined apart even if they're married to prevent a double elimination. Should one test positive for covert.
'Tiger King' star Carole Baskin to 'Dancing With the Stars'
"The next season of dancing with the stars will include musicians actors and an animal rights activist I'm marquees are loaded with the latest Nelly and Backstreet boy AJ McLean have signed on as celebrity dancers for dancing with the stars so have actors Jesse Metcalfe Skai Jackson and Justina Machado and Carole Baskin who became a sensation as part of the Netflix series tiger king others will participate are Kaitlyn Bristowe of the bachelorette and a bell star Vernon Davis and Olympic skater Johnny weir Tyra banks will host the new season which premieres September fourteenth on A. B. C.
Britney Spears' Ex-Husband Wants Her Back
"Events daily pop. Hey remember when Britney Spears married Jason Alexander for just fifty five hours. Well, he wants her back now. Yes. They're right. Jason was spotted at a free privy protests at the courthouse yesterday he told us weekly. He still has love for Britney and he'd quote definitely the open rekindling their romance quote if they would give us an honest chance. Is he serious right now old what is furious? Is this heat in? Los. Angeles put that photo backup with the orange shirts. I can see that under boop sweat real quick. You know how hot it is in this Place look at. That alone. Look better though. Her he looks good. But I just like what is this guy I mean he clearly has nothing going on like the fact that he's GonNa show up even just give us weekly any sort of exclusively come on. This was how many years ago twelve thirty claims that two thousand four was when this fifty five, our wedding are. happened. They were childhood friends they got married very briefly. Now they've been I think in touch a little bit throughout the years I doubt recently my goodness. So the things he had to say about Sam you guys San has to be so livid right now. Right. So he said I got to see this code and he said I don't know him. He looks like he's in good shape but I'm in good shape. So Bravo to him she's got some type of feelings for him I. Guess I'm like Oh, my Gosh San if he ever sees you, he's going to punch you in the face. He's never gonNA. See Him this guy ever not a factor in her life, and this is the problem. What happens is even though he went there with good intentions quote unquote this just makes everything that Brittany's fighting for a spectacle and it makes it joke and if he really loved her and really wanted to be a part of her life and really wanted to help her, he would have stayed away from that camera and not became this headline. One hundred percent, and also for him to be like if they gave us an honest chance, she doesn't want you like I. Don't know who they. Does not she has no interest in rekindling your relationship I. Promise you that I don't know where he gets off thinking. Oh, if they just would just believe in our love like she's not petitioning for you bro at all, she's not looking for you in any day. Ever Gosh tell it like it is mortgage. Ed I love the. If a man sit outside like that for me I would feel some type of way about it in the. Sweat It's always flattering, right? It's always flattering to see. Talk about how he wants you back I. Mean it's Nice to hear whether you care or not of. The protest was held at the courthouse because there was a hearing about getting Brittany's data removed as conservative as we told, you yesterday according to court documents I'm really wants her care manager Jody Montgomery to step in permanently. So Jason has thoughts on that to telling US weekly Britney doesn't want to be under the conservative ship and he wants her to get what she rightly deserves. So how does he? Oh, how does he know he has not been in contact with her is will be. Governed from ghost talking to this man talent him where Britney saying he has no idea and Britney has said exactly what she wants and this for him. This was kind of a bold move because this hearing wasn't about changing anything this hearing was about let's check in. Let's see what's happening. The real hearing will come once they file papers and once she puts in court writings that she wants this change. This guy's making it worse for her get off her bag they offer not it's just. Weird. Do you think the intention because he wants Brittany back or he wants his own fame or he just was truly going there out of love for Brittany, and truly feels that she feels trapped and was trying to be a voice for her? What do you think I can't believe this I can't believe this is our Abe. Block. Are you kidding he therapy for fifteen minutes and it's going to be four because this is the last time we're talking about this. This is insane person. We have not heard one word about this person in sixteen years six I'm too hot over this. Crazy. You'll get the fifty. He'll get the fifty because what will happen is Cara Delevingne will see him on the news noticing that he's getting airtime. So then she'll date him to make Ashley Benson Jealous, and then he'll get twenty minutes. Oh my God. We're bringing car delving into this way. Okay. Well, let's move onto a couple that we've also talked about a couple of times before. New Year. So Tomorrow Laurie Lachlan and her husband Massimo are scheduled to be sitting for their roles in the college admissions gets scandal at the same time. The government's recently filed sentencing memo raises questions about what their daughter Olivia Jade may have known. So here's the new stuff. You guys. So Libya is never mentioned by name in the document, but they're quote. Younger. Daughter is referred to specifically prosecutors say in one incident Laurie Mossy Ma and they're quote younger daughter discussed how to avoid the possibility that a high school counselor would disrupt their scheme. So the family has not spoken out, but a source close to the family says their daughters had nothing to do with this. So if what the prosecutors are saying is true. That Olivia Jay did know about this do you feel she should be punished as well as her parents? Here She did no I just hello even if she knew or did not know she is a child and was a minor at this point in her life. That age you do as your parents tell you to do you follow suit you. You'd even realize the difference between right and wrong I could barely drive through MC. At that point by myself, give me a break. There's no reason that this young girl should be punished for anything like I understand her parents made a mistake we've been talking about it when I was reading the research is warning I was like for over a year literally been talking about this now for over a year and it's dwindled down to two or three months and five months number one. The she was seventeen. Leave her out of it. It's not relevant for her to be involved with the fact that their names are mentioned I get it. They need to be to kind of paint a full picture you do what your parents, how you to do. This is how we're getting into college. Sweetie you go. Okay. Mom just let me know where I need to be et Cetera not true Morgan you do what your parents tell you to do but let's say let's say you've got some awful parents right? Like I'm not saying these people are saying you got some awful parents and they say honey were broke I want you to go steal some milk and some candy bars and some cereal, and you know what? Go ahead and grab that xbox to they won't even suspect you. You're a teenager just go do it. Okay. If they get caught that could go to Juvie or get some sort of legal. Question. So Matt Your question. Your mother. Makes you sign your name on legal documents that puts you as a as the lender on alone and your mother then defaults on it ten years later should be. Held Liable Harris of thousand dollar loan that your mother made you sign for when you're seventeen or would you fight it? Well that's different because you would never have hypothetical situation that happened in. Dollar Loan. Drill, trust. It happens on sweet bitter. I just saw show where it happened. So where do you bring up that example? I agree with Morgan when you're seventeen years old if my mother would have told me sign the papers for this D to my kidney I wouldn't have asked two questions about it because my mother told me. But my problem is. This is the problem my judicial system we're sitting here worried about what a seventeen year old may or may not have known meanwhile Brianna Taylor's killers walking around free and the people who accosted Eliza McLean have not been nothing has been done to them. We know exactly what happened. We've seen the camera footage we've gone through everything. Why are we focusing on this and not focusing on what we do know?
New chief of embattled Colorado force wants cops to see bias
"The new police chief in Aurora Colorado's apologizing to the families of a young black man who died after chokeholds last year and the girls who were handcuffed during a traffic stop this past weekend there's a new chief in town and Vanessa Wilson a white woman says she's committed to working with officers to identify and eliminate any racial bias that might affect their work like the handcuffing of several black girls lying face down after a stolen vehicle check that was a Rohingya say never should have been treated that way it was it was in humane and just unbelievable to watch and I know that people are angry and disgusted by what they saw and install my she says she's already taken steps to change the response to suspicious person calls like the one that led to a light Jim McLean being put into a chokehold last year the twenty three year old black man died days later hi Jackie Quinn
Three Colorado police officers fired over photo reenacting chokehold
"Three officers from the Aurora Colorado police Department of Unfired over a photo reenacting the chokehold that occurred before the death of Elijah McLean. The 23 year old black man died in police custody last summer. Interim police chief Vanessa Wilson. It shows a lack of morals, values and integrity and a judgment that I can no longer trust to allow them to wear this badge. The officer who mimicked the chokehold resigned earlier this week of photos shown by the chief shows officers
"mclean" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"If that group of people are in the room, you should still feel comfortable doing it is always think and and I think now audiences are having that conversation with themselves so I think if you'll being rigorous about your approach Sarang comedy. What subjects you cover? This. How did you feel about because. Back into this stuff I was doing in the noughties was. was. Everyone was pushing things as far as they could. Really, and there's definitely been a you know but I think I always even in the nineties we were still we would always discuss the repercussions of unwanted. What the point of them was! Saying I don I think I think I can pretty much defend nearly everything. As not just necessarily good chances are it's it's gratuitous. GRATUITY is is poverty, I think when I think the thing that's changed is now things get taken out of context a lot more readily easily. And because the social media. Just even like this and I just There's a thing that came up this week, so there's a group of people on twitter. Who Because one day I tweeted? When Sam Smith. Came out saying they wanted to be the. Pronouns and I said Chile justice polite to cool people. Buy Whatever they want to be called. You would just do that as a course of action so this and then a lot of. You know Gremlin. Like people included grey linen. Got In touch me. That was wrong and that would mean people with raping people in toilets if we started doing that. And so I didn't. I replied to two people, and then there was this avalanche people I stopped replying to anyone because. It's not worth I don't like these people I. Don't know where they're coming from I. Wasn't I could understand both arguments that point out of sympathy for? Some of the feminist arguments that that. I did have point actually. These people maybe think now you can all go fuck off. Anything I signed the way they the way they came was just awful, but I stopped. Replying to anyone, but then someone said within that conversation retiring has replied to all the men who've posted a none of the women and so. I don't know what sex they were I didn't check that. But you know. I just stopped replying very quickly and then even now someone put list of people. Who Will Not reply to women about subject nine replacement so this week? Twitter I picked up personal and said this isn't in any way. But the way that like something taken out of context and something that stated by someone, because even grandma and it was gonNA reach Y Y. You're prior to the women, not the men, and then I couldn't reply to anyway because he was a man of I replied to. Separate. But I wasn't doing that, but I couldn't say that's not what I didn't do that because that would be pretty much, but you know it was amazing. How that among some people that is that there's a fact about me. I am a I'm an anti-feminist because I want let me respond to men and not women, which I don't think you. If you reflect twitter, feed would bear even as a regular thing, but you know that if you take one joke, might one joke, and you can take junker Michelle I didn't two thousand seven and putting out on twitter and people go. Oh God. But within the context of the show it would work is you know it? It worked as the journey of the character Richard. Herring check so yeah I. Mean I think things have changed in that way, but I think yeah. I would hope you can still. And I still think for most people I think most. The vast majority of people don't actually give a fuck which isn't a as isn't a positive thing, but makes people think I still bamboozle by most of these these arguments about this, but yeah I mean I think it's not. If! You A- confident that you understand why the the target will joke water is. In in my case is nearly always myself. Then I. It sort of find, but yeah, it is. 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Passion she. Don't get to dismiss her body of work because you manage to find one tweet where she doesn't come out of a brilliant. If you're going to be a pious also so like look at what people are doing what they're putting out in the world, not just what they're saying what they doing like. Will look like with you like. With when you do on, November nineteenth such a fucking thankless bull, like thing to do to raise money for refuge, unlike if you're going to take away from that, you don't care about women like that's not. That's an agenda that someone's bring into to the table. That just isn't isn't true. Yeah well it's. It's interesting to see all that stuff, but yeah, absolutely right and I really high. I hate the idea of anyone making A. So bad that there is no, unless it's then driving a bus through school Yuksel. Bring, you know there's. There's no way back from two sets have an opinion. And then what do you want if they if someone? There's this idea that people are hypocritical if they then changed mind, but that's surely what you want want to. You digging up all this stuff it's it's fascinating. I think that's what has changed as opposing. Comedy is just an everything's on record. Thankfully most of the stuff I did. As a teenager or a young in my twenty s you know is not accessible to anyone. Terrible terrible. Thanks you. Might you know but I think you know? Basically we would write a diary in my diary I've read bits of diarrhea and shows in headmaster, son and A lot of awful stuff in there. That I wouldn't like people think. Belief that. Better anyway, yeah, it's it's. It's interesting, but you know I I. I can't see comedians changing that much that they won't be dark streak. There can be at most comedians have at least a doc streak in them jug, celtel backstage the seldom on stage. And this and I think it's it's about whether you trust the person I surprise. The audience has to trust the, and if they do trust you, you can sort of say anything because they know what the you have that complicity of friends that you can do you do with your friends with an audience, if the audience trust us in that way, they know. That, you're coming from the right place if you're employing irony or if you've just you just pushing things into place to. Because because a lot of companies, surely about That release valve of the world is often awful place..
"mclean" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"Is How deeply flawed I'm really the I need. At least once. A RIFFING! Are you just doing you just figure stunned upsets? People just sitting down the camera this coming up and trying to know what they were in a club or they were a bit of both. It's a hard thing. 'CAUSE I. Put on my facebook page in the day I was like. What do we what we do? This club like great use what we can't keep going forever. I'm not pater out I. Don't get support For the Comedians all the charity say. An so people will sort of chipping was I. Put a new person on an as a thought about that, but then doing is putting on a very inexperienced act into a very unusual way of performing and because I think it takes real like some people nail straightaway, and some people need to sell themselves down in Tokyo. Way into it. But it's some people have just stood up and done this sat and it's like it's a bit like doing radio like you do it down to one person and and it works, but it's amazing. What brilliant amazing comedians get in their head about just doing it on a Webcam. not doing Joel Dome It. I mean like doing this stunned up to a web count so. So I hope it, and because we do on Zoom, people pay for front or ticket, which means I just go right? Let's have a chat to someone, and they can raise their hands, and it's like Natanz Pie. We go into the house. It's so. We also competitions. Every week is great. Right? 'cause we're really lucky I'm leave town via like literally last week when we did the quiz that have really great neighborly Trussell, and they number like we can give you some bid to give away, so it means that we can chat to people and give bear. Why do these competitions because basically trying to make a bit of a community on its work beautifully from so nice and supportive on all the Shit himselves, and then they come off, and they see all these amazing comments on instagram and twitter on you. And you get that validation back, it's so lovely and we have music sought with them. Have I am able to break normally a week because of drunk too much, and then we have two more acts, and and that's it and I just just I usually do immaterial before bringing the first comedian but it is to slightly a bit a couple of minutes long. The rest of is all just crowd wickets comparing Sure sounds great. So where do people see that if they want to Trudy wins Winston extra comedy at the Cova Dot Cova all the information's there. The next one is Saturday in. It's who we go on. We got an let me say his name right. Even spock's who is from the WHO's who like I've been watching the game. Can I come to music? I like fucking lutely, yes, good and Got Russell. Kane, Angela bonds delete search upon debt, so it's a broom rising. Bill I I'M GONNA sort of interesting. Because I I worry. As much about the COMEDIANS which I'm worried about. We try to write some money to help comedians through this, but is the clubs as well so whether they'll be even if there are no clubs when we come back but I wonder whether there's a way fullwood for company cleaner comedy clubs. Can Do same as you and maybe charge people like a couple two or three quiz. If you get, the whole, can get an audience around the world of a thousand or so people. Then you then you can make that work because evening. But then also when they come back, maybe they should be live streaming gigs around the world as well because it is much better seen live comedy life, but I don't think we're going to be able to do it effectively for a year. I would say you know certainly. I mean three months is is the best possible and now looking more like seven right more months I think before we get back and then, if and then whether people will turn up to to see live gigs at night. So I think my online, it might push. It might be a positive thing in terms of pushing promote is in understanding how much they incident could be a positive thing and also comedians as well to understand that they can. GET FOLLOWING POSS- real mine I, it's been a really interesting thing to say, and this isn't like an. Is. I. Think it well. HEADLINE TO BE? It's complicated because I'm not telling anyone how to manage global pandemic in terms of their workload in the house,.
"mclean" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"Guests, we've had the one with Michael Palin. Which is coming up next week as I speak. Is absolutely superb, I think it might be better than he's actually inch fee, which is also super. He improvised. To life of Brian in the backstage interview and I think that is worth three pounds a month for at least a year, just to be a chance to see that so Someone saying I'm talking quickly on chat. Room I'm just drinking gin and tonic tonight, and there's nothing else of not been sniffing flowers. You seem to be implying. And apparently up to five hundred years. That's the chat room. Saying that's very good, so that's almost enough to get going. Out next week here, how the both at on twitter and on the PODCAST will be Richard Osmond making his fourth appearance. Very excited about talking to him, I've done another point this. Since! We lost spoke I. Don't think it's not gone out yet, so we can't talk about that with him, but I think he's what the country needs in lockdown. So I hope you will enjoy that. Do in eight o'clock on Wednesdays or anytime with the podcast after it comes out, that's how it works, so let's welcome my guest this week. And making a second appearance as well, she's probably best known for appearance in the short film hungover pregnant, which I watched, and which is absolutely excellent, and what's so funny, even though she said she would never act on the last time I was, she was on. With. Him Kyrie Richard McLean German. History is only cinnabon. There's was on there we go. That was nice. It was like. Data on purpose. Yeah, how you doing here again. Well I'm going into. I'm literally going insane. I'm wearing swimming trunks I'm drinking gin from an economics class. That was full of Gin and tonic before we started is now half empty. and. My Wife's not talking to me because I've had I've been even unfaithful unfaithful to have a threesome with someone if your wife one of the people in the three three to. 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Officers investigated over photos at Elijah McClain memorial
"Water. They're accused of taking disrespectful pictures at the memorial for Elijah McLean, the black man who died in police custody last August. In a statement Monday, Aurora's interim police chief said the department has investigated a report that multiple police officers were depicted in photographs near the site where Maclaine died. Sources tell CBS News those officers were imitating the chokehold. McLane was placed in just days before his death and that the photos were shared with other Aurora police officers. The police Department says it will release evidence of its investigation into the inappropriate photos, including pictures, and the officers identities very soon. Laura Podesta, CBS news judge says the former Atlanta police officer
"mclean" Discussed on KQED Radio
"More about a larger McLean the twenty three year old African American man a massage therapist and musician to play the violin for animals in shelters was on his way home from a convenience store in Aurora Colorado where he had bought some T. when he was surrounded by squad cars and police officers the McLean family lawyer discrepancy and then what can be heard on the officers body cams is banking he's creating he's saying I'm a peaceful person I'm a vegetarian I don't eat meat I don't even kill flies I don't have a gun I don't fight my name's Alisa McLean and of course the one we've heard so often I can't breathe large McLean died not long after that was last August twenty fourth only now is the state of Colorado making a full investigation into his death my Kaufman a former Republican congressman is mayor of over and join just number Kaufman thanks for being with us thanks for having me eliminar investigation found no wrongdoing either by the officers who used what's been called a a carotid holder paramedics who injected him with the academy they say the common leisure McLean you took office in December and said the first thing you wanted to do was take another look this is June why is it taking this long well it was a decade was to put the issue at the at the at the front in terms of public policy and we announce and then we'd have so our community has been dealing with this situation for the last ten months where I think the nation has just woken up to the to the issue now to the circumstances surrounding the tragic circumstances surrounding his death so we have move forward with that with a number of reforms to insure that as best we can and that's the situation never happens again we continue to move forward with reforms I think we started we have started an independent investigation that started is the error I think but when the issue became more visible to the country I think we are re examined that is a decision was made by the city manager or city manager form of government and that there was a question about whether or not there was too much bias quite frankly towards law enforcement by the individual doing the independent investigation so we will be voting on July sixth on a new team or individual to do an independent association to resume that again and the governor has called for the Attorney General told so our work with us in terms of doing isn't it is it does this is governor posts do well if you have questions about the autopsy and and that the fact that allegedly all the body cameras fell off the officers well I think we certainly looked at the issue and and how to use of the better system to to touch those of body cameras so awkward but you can see here the day did they fall off I mean you have any suspicions about that yeah because you can hear it one point one of the officers is don't show your camera there right that could be subject to of the investigation and so I'm not gonna trying project of the outcome of that that night we want to bring closure to the issue for all communities of the country and so I think it's important to have an independent investigation with credibility but I think you can clearly track everything that's going on the the autopsy was inconclusive because there there were three intervening factors the pre existing conditions logic claim is a pretty fragile individual physically the stress I think is a gradual but he also sounds like a delightful I'm sorry he gave me well we were running out of time but he sounds like a single really delightful and non threatening human being yes it was and it was a in my view preventable by and that's one of the things we've looked on our policies and procedures and how we respond to that we don't need to respond almost suspicious calls our calls for suspicious behaviors and so it's that is something that you know we've learned from this tragic incident they're my Kaufman of Aurora Colorado thanks so much for being with us thank you.
Colorado governor reopens inquiry into death of Elijah McClain
"Colorado's governor has appointed a special prosecutor to investigate the death of a larger McLean a twenty three year old black man was put in a neck cold by police in suburban Denver
Elijah McClain's mother says officers "murdered" my son
"Longer protesters and demonstrators and activists continue fighting for black lives. The more stories of police killings of black people seem to be coming to light and pressure is now mounting for a new investigation. Into the death of Elijah McCain. It happened after an encounter with three officers last August in Aurora, Colorado. Go to the family. The 23 year old was out buying ice tea when somebody called 911 claiming that MacLean was wearing a ski mask and quote acting weird. His family says, Yeah, he was wearing a mask, but it was to deal with social anxiety. Within 15 minutes, He was put in a chokehold and then injected with a powerful sedative. CBS's David Begnaud has the story. Stop! Stop! Stop! Stop. I have the right stuff because you're being suspicious. Rely on I'm going whole relax, or I'm going to have to change this situation. The district attorney investigating the case says that Elijah McClane dismissed the officers requests for him to stop. The 23 year olds family says he was just walking home. He was listening to music. When Aurora, Colorado police approached him last August, the D A. Says McLane was carrying a plastic bag when police tried to pat him down and he refused. He's then heard pleading with the police as they tackle him and use a choke hold on him. Paramedics later arrived at the scene. A medic gave McClane ketamine to sedate him. McLane was taken to the hospital. Three days later, he was pronounced brain dead. 10 months after McLane's death, more than two million people have signed a petition calling on Colorado officials to fire the three officers involved. So far, the Aurora Police Department has declined. CBS News is request for comment. Dave Young is the one who decided not to charge the officers were the actions of the officers justified legally. Yes, Mr Young. Do you believe there was a moment in this where the officers could have de escalated a situation? Absolutely. 100%. They could've done a 1,000,000 things different didn't need to die on and the fact that he died does not warrant the basis for criminal charges in the body camera video cops or heard saying that MacLean tried to take one of their guns. He went for his gun. Mari Newman represents McClain's family. Don't you think if you really had grab someone's gun, we would see fingerprints ended the lifted from the gun. Did you find any evidence that corroborates the officer who said he reached for the gun? I had no evidence to cut. Predict that Shin in McLean is Elijah's mother. They? They're bullies with badges. He wanted to help people. He was a massage therapist. He not only heal others that he killed himself. He was able to accept love give love various forms. According to the district attorney's report, the medical examiner was unable to determine a cause of death. It is important to note that walking around with a ski mask is not illegal, and when you go back to the 9 11 call, the caller didn't say that Elijah did anything illegal. He said. Hey, there's a guy wearing a mask. He kind of is waving his hand. Seems a little strange. You might want to check it out. He says He might be a good guy might be a bad guy. When the police responded instead of observing. Instead of watching hanging back for a bit, the police moved in immediately to stop him. And everything went self from there.
Washington, DC Metro to reopen 15 rail stations that have been closed since March due to COVID-19
"Another sign that DC is beginning to get back in business as it enters phase two today metro announcing today it'll reopen fifteen rail stations starting Sunday including Smithsonian federal center McLean in Cheverly and several more Metroid shut down the stations as part of its response to growing
Outside is closed!: Whats COVID-19 doing to kids in the long run?
"Outside is closed. That's being. My daughters. Go to phrase for the past three months. Outside not totally closed anymore of course, and now that the weather's nice. We want her out there. We want her running around and playing in the backyard, and exploring the neighborhood and just being kit. But sometimes she refuses, and then she says it and I wonder how long that phrase will stick around even when we get back to normal I'm not the only one wondering staff and the experts are worried. On Wednesday, the hospital for sick children issued a report. It recommends that children be allowed back to school in September even though it acknowledges the virus won't be radical by them. It says that the risks of infection and transmission in children have to be balanced with the effect that closed. Schools are having on kids, physical and mental health. And that's the worry that I keep coming back to and I suspect many parents feel the same way. What do we know about the long term impacts of kids being yanked out of school isolated from their friends for months on end. How does that? Impact kids at different ages and in different situations, and how to researchers even attempt to study this. What don't we know right now? About the long term impacts of covert on kids, and what will be likely, find out in the years to come as the Kovic. Generation grows up. Jordan Rawlings. This is the big story. Sir Mr Superman is an editor at large at mcleans at large right now. I guess means at home with the kid I saw. A LOW Jordan. Why don't you start because we're going talk? About the long term? Impacts that we know and don't know about cove and kids. But why don't you just start by telling me what we do? Know and what we've learned over the past few months about what? This virus does two kids, so we do know some things. It's a confusing picture even with the things that we know, but the things that we know are that most kids don't seem to get sick from it when they do get sick from it if they're if they test positive at infections tend to be milder, the symptoms tend to be milder. So? That's what we do. Know We don't really fully understand why it doesn't affect kids. There were theories floating around early on research out that show that there were. Particular features of young immune systems that handled the virus differently. But there's now a range of research showing very different conclusions. Their studies that show that. Children don't translate the virus at all. Their studies that show children transmit the virus worse than other people, Children Research, showing the children transmit the virus, but a slower rate not much as as adults, so it's a pretty mixed picture between what we do, know in what we don't know. And in the meantime we're kind of stumbling around in the dark with kids at home. Not knowing what that's doing to them with doing to them, and then the last thing that I would add about the things that we know. Is that a couple of months ago? There were these terrifying reports out of hospitals in New York. Children afflicted Very rare that kids who either test positive for Co, bitter or or test positive for Kobe antibodies meaning they've had at some point in the past show these symptoms, but there are symptoms associated with a very dangerous syndrome that. It's causing. Oregon shut down in kids, heart failure, and so on. It's extremely extremely rare, but as a mother who wrote about the experience. For The Washington Post. Put it. It's rare until it's your child. And you know all of that stuff. as parents is terrifying, especially, because there's so much, we don't know, but even that is relatively concrete compared to I. Guess what we know about. How this is actually impacting kids beyond the itself in terms of like physical and mental health. Yes, exactly I mean the virus itself does not affect kids in great numbers, as does the elderly for instance, but the measures that have been put in place to. To flatten the curve and to stem the spread of the virus, affect kids in very particular ways and as every parent who has a child or children at home. That the measures are hard at everybody, but there particularly hard on young people who are trying to navigate various developmental milestones in stages in their lives, depending on how old they are, it's pandemic. That is quite unprecedented in the last century in the last hundred years, and so we don't really have all that much research that shows for instance what what it might do long-term to a child. There's just a lot that we won't know until we start to come out of this and start to. See The impact on kids and refrain that I heard repeatedly in that I kind of. Sensed just from talking to kids and talking to parents is that it will probably vary quite a lot from child to child. We and I'm going to ask you about some of the reporting an interviews that you've done but I just as as a mom I guess and I kind of mentioned this about myself as apparent in the intro. Do you what? What's your sense on? How profoundly this is going to impact kids how how much they'll remember of this. Will it be something that sticks with them as they? Turn eighteen as they turned thirty I, suspect it will be in the first month, or so I tried to get my my son to keep a diary in. I tried to get him to write down impressions because I thought Oh, this will be this thing that he will look back on the strange period in his early life, and it'll be this blip as the pandemic continues in his measures. Put in place you know some of the lifted now, but there's always this hovering threat of a second wave, and the possibility that we will return to some form of of pandemic measures in lockdown measures. I A starting to have the very real sense that this may not just be a blip. Oh, five or six weeks that happened at one time that it may be something that that stays with kids. I don't think it's necessarily all doom and gloom in the way that it stays with children. I went into the story. Concerned about things like anxiety, mental health, and so on, and and some of the effects that I heard about those researchers, and for the kids that I talked to. surprised me. There were there were benefits and some of that I see in my own child's life, and he seems mostly happy. He missed the school and he misses friends, and he misses being able to have normal contact physical contact with people. But he's done things. My my my son in the last three months that he never done before he rides his bike down. A downtown Toronto Street right in the middle of the street. He scooters around unsupervised and so in some ways it. Reminds me of my own childhood. Growing up in India in neighborhoods that didn't have a lot of cars in them and kids were just playing on the street. What's it like? Talking to kids about this because you, you didn't just talk to your own son. You interviewed a whole bunch of kids at various ages I did yes, I think the younger youngest child that I talked to was six or seven seven and. The oldest young person I talked to was eighteen, and it's really easy to talk to the kids about what their lives are like, and and how they feel about this time, because for most of them, the coronavirus doesn't actually Lou mauled at large. They don't think about it as this terrifying. Thing lots of the younger
Airlines threaten to ban travelers who refuse to wear face masks
"If you plan on flying United Airlines their current Kerrier says you had better have a mask or face covering or you might possibly be restricted from travelling on future United flights other major US carriers including American and southwest are considering similar policies KCBS is Jeffrey shop has more from Oakland International United is throttling up its facial covering policy in a nutshell the carrier says flight attendants will remind travelers they must wear a mask all for one to them if the flyer doesn't have one of their own or if a passenger refuses to wear one airline staff will write up an incident report which could result in a decision to ban that person from future flights I think it it makes just the environment a lot more safer feeling United doesn't fly out of Oakland but southwest dozen passenger Matty McLean says if southwest takes the same route she supports it hi definitely yeah I just feel more comfortable other carriers are considering following United's policy most now are spacing out fires by keeping many seats plenty Tim McLean thinks that's good enough okay without the mask you are of them Oakland international has received a shipment of a half million face masks from the FAA which it plans to make available to travelers
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"mclean" Discussed on The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish
"They think about things what could be more interesting than that or even on this Elon Musk piece I did going to buffalo in meeting employees who worked at the solar city factory there and hearing their stories, just human stories on a narrow micro level but human stories. That's just the best what stuck with you that you remember from meeting buffet the big thing that stuck out to me. This is going to be a little bit. A little bit odd was that. Was a long day. I was pregnant with my second child. I think I had the flu utterly exhausted by the time we got to dinner. And I was it was kind of running out of questions to ask them to be perfectly honest. I was tired. And I remember thinking. Oh, I can ask them about giving his money away to bill and Melinda Gates, and this is going to be awesome, because all billionaires like to talk about all the good, they're doing in the world, and how altruistic and philanthropic they really are, and he'll just talk, and I can just hung drink my milkshake and sit here, and so I asked him, and he looked at me, and he said well I don't. Don't really pay much attention to that. That's not my focus of interest. I mean I want to help the world and I want to make the world a better place, and that's why I'm giving away my my money, but I'm not really good at that at figuring out where the money should go, or about what what projects are the most worthwhile. It's not my passion. It's not where I where I spent my time, so you know. And and I, was like no but I it. It stands out to me because there is that. Maybe it's back to that argument that are part of our conversation about people spikes there is that figuring out what it is? You are passionate about in relentlessly interested in, and then you're gonNA pursue that thing with a passion and creativity in an interest level that is different than things that you don't have that for, and so maybe I made me think that. Maybe some of life is figuring out how you do the right thing. Thing in the areas that you're not passionate about you know if you're warren, Buffett and billions to give away. You don't say I'm not interested, so I'm sitting on my billions. You say this isn't my passion, so I'M GONNA. Give my money to somebody who has passionate, but you don't pretend to be interested in the things you're not you, don't you? You? You are very precise about where your interests and talents lie. That's really interesting. especially given the diversity of the stories that you've covered from Enron to fracking to the housing. Situation where where does your interest lies it in uncovering story? Yeah, I, think I think I'm far more for better or worse far more of a generalist I just like to try to figure things out so when I hear something. That's interesting. That doesn't make sense, or that seems provocative. I. Just want to figure it out. My interest is not specific to one area. It's just specific to the general idea that there's this conundrum. Conundrum or problem are interesting thing that I don't understand coming to the the buffet meeting. Did you change anything about what you do? I mean one of the one of the things that I was thinking of. There's like other things in your life or your I spent a lot of time doing this, but I'm not passionate. Therefore, I'm GonNa like outsource it or give it to somebody else or just not pay attention to it. I think I do that pretty naturally anyway. I mean I. Don't know how to turn on a stove and nobody with any sense would never let me get behind the wheel of a car and get in my car with me so. So I suppose I do that. Pretty naturally on some of the mundane aspects of light. On Sunday you're trying to get better. No, I harbour this belief that one day I'm going to go to cooking school and I'm going to merge a master chef. You know in my seventies or eighties or something like that, but I'm not now no! I'm I'm sticking with being take. What would you say people's biggest misconceptions of you? Me? Oh I don't know I've. Had People say to me Oh you're much nicer than I than I than I would have thought so i. don't know maybe there's that because they review and build you up into this thing that you're. You're not I think maybe I have a tone in some of my in in my stories. That sounds that isn't. That may be lax lacks humor. How is your skepticism around Businesses in general translated into what you do for investing. I don't invest I have zero interest in it I mean it's almost pathological in some in some ways although. Maybe it's a good thing in that I've never had the temptation when I hear something really interesting going on in the world whether it's Enron is a fraud or the subprime mortgages are going to blow up. Our economy or fracking doesn't make any money in this industry is going to implode the last thing that crosses my mind as ooh. How should I invest my own money? Just doesn't I think oh? That's a great story I wanted to tell that story, but it just for me does not translate into any kind of accent I would take in a personal portfolio kind of admirable in a way, because then you have nothing to lose by reporting something that you believed to be the truth, right? It's not admirable. It just is you know it's not like I am interested in putting the idea. I've heard to work and I. Don't do it because that's not the right thing to do. It just doesn't even it's not even interesting to me. What's the next story you're working on? So I am I'm figuring that out. Is there anything that it's particularly get your interest well I'm back to looking at at fracking, because this idea that which is what captivated me about it that the industry wasn't financially viable. Despite the fact, there's this juxtaposition with fracking or this disconnect in that that these two ideas exist simultaneously, and they're both true yet there they they were in such conflict with each other in the two ideas were that. fracking and the incredible levels of production of oil and gas is changing the global economy and reshaping geopolitics, and the other idea is that this industry doesn't make money in isn't financially viable and the idea that those two things could could coexist was really interesting to me. Talk about cognitive dissonance, and that's now proving to be true as the industry is imploding, or the financial weakness is becoming the defining feature of this industry and you now you now see it imploding, and so how that plays.
"mclean" Discussed on The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish
"The piece I wrote was shell musk's flaws and show. How always a truth teller he can. can be a bully who is an a liar and someone who is going to line his own pocket and I. Think those are all valuable facts to know as we think about Tesla, bigger picture, but you could also make the contrary argument that maybe those flaws don't matter, and so in the broader sense, maybe the peace will prove to be wrong because musk will be everything. Has Believers say he is both true? You have somebody that does. I'm trying I'm struggling to think of an example of somebody who's exceptional at anything. That doesn't also have incredible flaws in other areas and I'm not saying this with you, but just in general like we look at these these very exceptional people, and often were looking at one aspect of their life, or they might be exceptional, and the rest of their life could be falling apart right so they're not maybe not well rounded individuals in that sense. That's so interesting Jeff Skilling used to say that he liked people. People with spikes and what he meant by that was that he didn't like well rounded genial average people. He likes people with a really exceptional characteristic that defined them, and that may come at the expense of other characteristics, and I think we took that when we wrote smartest guys as a bad thing, but your question makes me think about that and think. Maybe he was right. Maybe there is something to be said about that. But maybe as you think about people in in a business context, the trick is which flaws matter, right? So in the case of Elon Musk doesn't matter that he doesn't always tell. The truth doesn't matter that he's a bully. I'm not sure it would be really interesting to try to think through what flaws matter. Just what particular right? Thinking locally here is I have friends who are incredibly successful. But if you told them to drive their kids to school, they'd be like. Where's the school? I have no idea right so they're not necessarily. This wall rounded family person. but they are incredibly successful at what they do in part because they have this relentless focus on on that to the cost if you will Yes, but I think re relentless focus on one thing to the exclusion of other things, the different argument than a character flaw right that said we we all have character flaws, and sometimes I've thought just a little bit analogous to the visionary and fraudster argument that life sometimes turns on whether you end up in a situation in which particular flaws are on full display. Right because we we all have them and some of us just get lucky and. And our flaws aren't pulled out. Highlighted at other people just stumbled limelight. Other people just stumble into situations where their flaws become the pivot on which all else turns, but we're all flawed right, but in the in the context of a business as you look back as a CEO's character, our leaders character what flaws matter to the success of the enterprise, in which which ones don't come back to that question. I'm going to actually pose that on you, but. I was thinking as you were saying that. Maybe that's not a character felt. Maybe it is right like if you're not there for your partner, or you're not a good father. Is that or mother or is not an aspect of character Steve Jobs would provide that right? Could you be the exception we draw rule from this, or is this say he could be an part of part of what's gone wrong. In modern Silicon Valley is that. That everybody believes is the rule of right, so all sorts of character flaws have become forgivable, because hey, look, Steve Jobs and look what he did and flaws of almost become a good thing, because that those sorta towards your philosophy, a marker of brilliant strikes. You can't possibly really good unless you're really suck and all these other ways. That's fascinating. I hadn't even thought of it in that way. Right like you can't be exceptional unless you. Talk to me, but some of the flaws that. We think don't matter if you're running a business so I think people tend to see this intellectual charisma or the ability to intimidate others around you into belief. As a good thing because we all follow that kind of blindly, but I think that's probably not a good thing. At least if you believe that a collaborative environment and being able to second guess and question, and here doubts is what makes for a better outcome at the end of the day, then that personality type would be utterly antithetical to inspiring the kind of collaborative open environment that we all say we want yet, so there's. There's a hypocrisy in that or a conflict of the in in that we all say we want this collaborative environment, and yet we tend to follow people who don't foster that because their own cult of personality is so strong. Do you get more skeptical as you dive into something when you see somebody with a strong called personnel, I do I do just because I've seen it in so many cases where it hasn't ended well. Are the cases where a dozen real well Steve, jobs right? That's total cult of personality. Maybe again. Maybe it comes back to your argument about I'm trying to think of another one there I'm trying to think of another one, too. I'm sure there are others wasn't the founder of Genentech. Right I'm just blanking on his name, I think he had a cult of personality I think. Phil Knight Phil Knight at Nike, who arguably Belsen, incredibly successful business I think he had something of a cult of personality I think Jamie diamond does. And I think he is a fantastic CEO but I don't think. I think I guess it's different I. Don't think from what I've seen of Jamie diamond. He does actually foster an environment in which people ask questions and push back and are quite an are quite are quite open, so maybe that's what it what it hinges on other other flaws in people that get you Get Your Business. Look. You're writing side excited where you're like Oh. This is getting more and more interesting other than this cult of personality well, certainly, when people are obsessed with their their company stock price right, but that's an obvious one, but that relentless.
"mclean" Discussed on The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish
"Mike Pearson was the Slovenly Guy with everybody knew it a drinking problem, and yet for some reason he had that same intellectual charisma I think they both had this in common that they took an old business that was problematic in the case of Enron. Energy men in the case of Mike Pearson Pharmaceuticals and said we're not just a company where reinventing this industry. We've got a better mousetrap and I. Think for people who think they're smart. There's something very alluring about a smart person saying. We've, figured out the system we've cracked. We know something nobody else knows. We've cracked the code. Right and then I think there's just there's a certain amount of confirmation bias and all of us right Enron. Stock did really really well for years. Valiant stock did too so it wasn't just that the market was reinforcing the belief. It was also that smart people could look at the crowd of shareholders and say look at all the other smart people who are here and I think that the the lesson from that is just because a lot of smart people believe in something actually doesn't mean it's right. It doesn't mean. Mean it's wrong right and that's obviously a data point, but it doesn't mean it's right. US pook with a lot of the smart money is in valiant, or you're familiar with them. What happened after volume collapsed with those people? was there a retrospective and admission of Oh? I made a mistake or was it like this is just the odds in investing, I, think it depends on who it was I think it's been pretty devastating to a lot of people and I think the smarter more thoughtful people have spent a lot of time trying to think about why they got it wrong. I think they're still a little bit of defensiveness. In that the viciousness of the way, in which valiant fell is reflective, I think of the point. I made earlier that this company made so many enemies that once the tide turned. It just turned. But I think people have really tried to think about what went wrong and her me. One one part of that is when a company is doing something that might be perceived as highly unethical it. There's this odd Almost leg because everyone knew that valiant was taking existing drugs, and raising the prices on them to unconscionable levels at everybody knew it, but for some reason there was this weird inability to see that what a big problem that would become when it became widely known I remember sitting with an investor and valiant, and he was talking about Martin Shaq Rally in how awful what Charlie had done with Derek Prim was, and I looked at him, and said wise valiant any different any thought about his well. That's a good question. And, so there was an odd inability to take what was widely known and understand what would happen when it really was widely known I. Think it was research for this where you had a friend with Wilson's. Hud. The nerve to take the copper. And there are on this dollar a day. Drug in valiant had raised the price to three hundred thousand a year from a dollar a day. And I thought that that really speaks to the human impact of some of those know. The flip side of that is like they need money to do rnd. And and so where do you draw the line on that? How do you think about that? Having done so much research into the well weirdly enough I. I am actually more sympathetic to Martin. Short even than I am to valley and even though. I'm not sure Martin had he had. The time would really have done what he said he was going to do, but he said that with the price raise Sarah. What he was going to do was funnel that money. Those profits back into our in D., and I don't know I guess I'm fifty fifty part of me thinks he really would have done it, and the thing is valiant wasn't doing that, so their whole premise was their promised to. To investors was. We don't need to do our day, so it wasn't an argument of. We're GONNA take. The prophets were making from this and invent new drugs that are gonNA save people's lives or figure out a better drug to take to treat this disease. It really was their argument to people and investors repeated this to me. was well this drug? Even three hundred thousand dollars? A year is still cheaper than the cost of a liver transplant. Transplant and so as long as where cheaper than the cost of a liver transplant, then it's fine that we do this so I think some of that speaks to just this murky moral line in in in things in a way that laws can ever legislate right i. mean drug companies just didn't use to do that. That just wasn't the way they operated you. Had Merck famously create the drug that helped blindness right for almost as an altruistic. altruistic endeavor because there was just this sense of a company is being an actor in this broader world I think is the focus has been on shareholder, value and prophets above all. It's just narrowed the prism through which executive see the world, and it's become very tempting to say well, if it makes money than it's good, talked a little bit more about the company being than ecosystem. What are the moral obligations? What are the responsibilities the UC? accompanies having, or is it solely to the shareholder? I struggle with this because. I understand how in a very complex world how appealing, it is to have this bottom line ideology, because clarify right. If you get to say, my only responsibility is to make money if it makes money than it's good, then you found your God right then. Life is very simple and clear and complexity. You can cut through the complexity with single-minded goal. If you don't cut through that complexity, you say well, if it makes money, maybe it's not good because it's hurting the community, it's a lot more complicated. And how and how do you measure that then right? And that can become in of itself that belief that a company has a broader purpose can become a cover, an excuse for a lot of bad behavior to right because fake altruism is almost worse than single-minded profiteering right. So I don't know I think it's really interesting. When the Business Roundtable came out with that statement in the fall that accompanies, purpose is broader than than a bottom line. There were no metrics around there, and there was no even thinking about. How do we gauge this right? I think the other part of it. That's interesting. Is that when you look at the history of corporate America up until the Dawn of the L. B. O. era in the eighties that was the purpose of company. It was supposed to be broader in General Motors was Mama America and Apple Pie. We'll take care of everybody forever, and that doesn't really work either so I guess to summarize when people think about the purpose of a company being more than a bottom line, most people. People think this is something new. It's not new. It's old and it didn't work perfectly the last time around either so you can't just say that you actually have to think about how you're going to implement it and I think we're just at the very early stages of that interesting, because we often think of it that mostly with public companies, but private companies are also companies, and they have a lot more freedom in terms of how they operate with social or other moral consideration..
"mclean" Discussed on The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish
"American Apple Pie thing about stocks rising and believe such that the you you would think in a rational world. It would be exactly as you said somebody who has a skeptical view. That view would be just as welcome as somebody who believes, but it's not. There's this idea that shortsellers are bad people, somehow because they might profit if something fails and that was true back in the day when I wrote about Enron even journalists said to me. Will you took a tip from short seller? How could you do that I I thought everybody's. Everybody's biased. Company management is biased. The analyst who is a buy rating on the stock is biased if for no other reason than confirmation bias, right and portfolio managers who owned The stock biased and so yes, shortsellers bias tube. Everyone is but there is still this in you. Even see it on twitter today in the Tesla battle that somehow shortsellers are less valid. Human beings are their point of view is inherently evil, because they they don't believe in the company direct line from that to sort of like people getting hurt or losing money, whereas the opposite is not equally true. Right or you're selling something that might hurt somebody in the future, but it's not as visible. It's not as tangible. Although. Counter argument would be that a rally overvalued company who stock eventually collapses under its own weight is going to hurt a lot of people when they happen 's. So why not have the view out there? So that doesn't happen and then catch up. Innocent people in that in that plunge taught me a little bit more about this bias towards belief that we have. How does that affect people inside? The corporation is is why we don't have more whistle blower I think it does I've I've often thought about this because. I left an investment banking job and went to Fortune and I guess ninety five and I thought well, if I had gone to an executive recruiter, and they had said there's this great energy trading company down in Houston Texas what about a job there and fight ended up at Enron what I've been whistle blower, or would I have been a believer and I like to think the former, but I suspect the truth is probably the latter, because I think I think culture is so so important, and so if you're inside a company and your pay depends on that company. That's the Great Upton Sinclair. Quote, right. We can never tell him. Anything of his wallet depends on him. Not hearing it. Something like that. If you're inside a company and e-, everybody else believes and your economic wellbeing is dependent on the company doing well and the stock doing well the idea that you're going to be able to again shift your perspective and step outside that and be able to see something that isn't in your interest to see I think that's beyond most of us. There's a reason that whistle blowers tend to be outsiders right. That's a really interesting observation. You also covered valiant. Talk to me about the differences between valiant Enron can talk when I start with a similarities, please gene so I think the way in which they're most similar is not super obvious, because most people think of Enron as a giant fraud right, but it, but it really wasn't. Most of what Enron did was actually perfectly legal, so I I coined. This term wants which I love, which is illegal fraud, and that's what what Enron was. Because most of the transactions they engaged in even the ones that appeared to be the most problematic, actually met the letter of the law. It was very much a follow the rules sort of. Of argument, but totally violate the spirit of the rules managed to follow the accounting rules, but totally misrepresent the economic reality of the business and valiant in that way was very similar, and that most of what valiant did was actually legal, and that's why you didn't see any prosecutions. After very few prosecutions after the fact, just a few lower level people in the subsidiary business, so they're both equally problematic companies in different ways, but they have that in common, which is the way in which an ethical failing can actually be more damaging than illegal. If that makes sense, oh, and here's another way in which they were similar. I'm doing that around the similarities. I am on the differences, but I think about this a lot that if a company makes a lot of enemies as it's on its way up, you have to be a lot more skeptical about that company than about an average company. Because when the tide turns, it's GonNa. Turn viciously and what I mean by that is that everybody hated Enron because of their arrogance and their callousness in the way, the company and its employees behaved other people. Their competitors hated them. Regulators hated them, and so when the tide turned, it turned viciously in the same thing was true. True valiant everybody else in the pharmaceutical industry hated them particularly after the battle with Allergen David. Pie was beloved and Mike. Pearson was not and so when the tide turned against valiant at turned viciously, and so I think that's a an interesting, an interesting broader lesson, the ways in which they were different I. Don't think the substance of the valiant story was accounting misrepresentation the way the way it was with Enron you could actually see pretty clearly that what valiant was doing with its with its numbers. There are a lot more of Enron shenanigans that were really hidden from from plain sight valiants. Wrongdoing to me, really centered around the price. Increases the way they were increasing prices on drugs to transparent. What was happening with valiant? Why did so many smart people get fleeced I? Still struggle to figure that out because that is actually a remarkable difference from Enron in that with Enron. When you got to what was commonly considered the smart money people, either weren't invested in Enron, or they were short, and it was largely long only funds an index funds and what we think of. In terms, but the dumb money that was that was invested in Enron in valiant, that was not true. Some of the smartest investors we have from SEQUOIA TO VALUE ACT TO BILL Ackman were big believers in in this company and I still can't quite figure it out I think a lot of it comes down to the power of personality and I think Mike Pearson. WHO Like Jeff Skilling was a Mackenzie allom had just this incredible intellectual charisma, and for both men was somewhat unlikely Skilling was kind of a door transformed himself into this naven..
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"One of seven one wherever you happen to be listening in the car at home at the office on the computer on the app whenever thanks make us part of your day if you don't have the authority to download it you can take us with you listen whenever for Donna Valentine has the day off today she said she's gonna be getting some thank you for maybe like some wallpaper removal so big big big weekend dot don McLean of course our producer is here Rocco I would say the voice of my one of seven one is sitting in all morning Rocco it's good to have you with us it's good to be here and it's good to hear that week we still get vacation this is Donna for breaking that seal but just what you should have seen Donna Donna sent a sent a note I don't think she would mind me saying this he sent a note to the boss like Hey so you know it back when the world was normal I had a vacation that was planned am I still able to take this do you want me to stick around for now what are you thinking in in of course they yes they allowed her to go so if you in fact over the other side of the building in the world of television there's a point where we have all pretty much just been working the last couple of months very few people have taken any days off now and so there might be a point in the summer where they have to force your hand and you gotta start burning some vacation so that there's not this big giant backlog was gonna be crazy it's gonna be crazy right I've carried over alive eighty seven hours that I haven't used yes he's we gotta get out here give take the rest of the show what would happen if don left we would who would run the first half day here honest to goodness yeah I'd done we're trying to rope somebody over from actually our sister station all great so yeah he's he's just hasn't gotten a schedule yet brother rob brother rob yeah can you hear me we love brother rob he's great yes we guy you're gonna have to get hired some point in my daughter's coming to visit in July for the first time
"mclean" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
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"Stuck over here in the prod studio at a so I can't see her but your pinky better be out McLean you're paying out okay she also has another finger out right now I don't labor for that my coffee thanks for asking like always better than all of yours yeah I really I'm always here it's G. I don't know mine's pretty fancy I mean mine's already magnificent crafted by my own hand from the George Clooney coffee machine two beautiful creamy shots of of espresso perfectly folded into froth milk who dumped into my epcot center coffee vessel check all those words at except for dumped yeah whatever doesn't fit I I thought I would throw that in there to see if you guys are actually listening lovingly something something in toward there is a result dumped this on Friday because this get get me out of the door how's everybody doing like say doing good yeah a Friday and not really no okay well no hello welcome here that we can hear you well okay you is he okay I'm sorry I was we were just hearing some music yeah okay all right can you get here to write and I going crazy somebody talking to me I can't hear anything I well you could hear it all yeah also Cheney and Alexis just heard something on the lines of million okay here I think I'm okay okay single downgrade that's really going to make my day awesome yeah that's right yeah Dr roaring start are you here crazy right now going really well the pot your own is it feeding program it is post end let's see let me pull it out and try that again it's all just now it's there there is ten yeah hang anyway whatever comes we can all hear each other yeah absolutely that's the most important thing that way well sometimes I mean it I am saying so I'm really excited to talk about something you guys are now providing me with the grid because before I was just flying blind yeah because you'll right away somebody Alexis had a weird dream and I had a weird dream to I'd draft right before I woke up the today was Saturday imagine my dismay when I woke up and it was Friday to find it was Friday so that was my dream so if I'm a little that mean if I'm a little better today that's that's the reason everybody dreams I have no idea I think itself X. one yeah you had a weird dream though lex I did it yeah hi and I woke up weeping okay well yeah that was it was surprising but I didn't feel that weird anyway so what happened was I was walking down the hallway in my house I turned the corner to go through to see the front door I see on hell at the closet there and they look at him and he is so happy he is just carry on with someone smiling and just having a good time that I look at the front door and my grandma mirrorless is there now she passed away about four years ago we were very close she's the one who taught me to knit and you'll spend a lot of time together made less city gather and a whole bunch of you know she's my one of my favorite people in the tire world yeah and I look over I see her she's glowing the sun is beaming right on her she's happy she's smiling she looks so great like young and she was in her signature red and I lifted she lifted her arms like come and give me a hug and I was just like oh my gosh it felt like just so real and I went to step toward her and she was like a hologram I walked me through image in my dream I understood like all right either I must be dreaming or well this was so joyful and what a great moment but then when I woke up I started thinking about it and thinking about her I just lost it you haven't lost it we've talked about dreams about dead people before dawn on the air tell us again what that means well depends on who it is in your dream if you if did she speak to you or did you speak to your mind to mind did she move her mouth yes she did okay then you're just dreaming of your super conscious mind which is the part of your mind that's most connected to your correct creator so it's it's about the spirituality and you being connected to your true self and your purpose for being here maybe you were thinking very deeply yesterday about something and you were also going through just the compartments of your mind especially if he's in a doorway you were probably trying to enter a certain part of your mind that will connect you to that but you were stopped by something that you thought was real thoughts about something and maybe you were interrupted by it that's why you had the dream that where she turns into a hologram you're not really connecting with that part of yourself all wow Zacks as I ask all the people I dream weaver does any of this resonate absolutely I mean I've been thinking a lot of things that I hate you I mean just the quarantine just the news you're just the last you know few weeks now for sure but especially yesterday I mean you know I'm not sleeping and a whole bunch of other things but and family and thinking about her a lot too yeah that absolutely resonates yeah because sometimes we just go throughout our day and playing animal crossing we don't think anything yeah I don't know who you're talking looking out the window as Turkey's or whatever and that's really what you were doing on what if you have a dream about playing animal crossing all of them is your name then Jason that you're dreaming about it in in your waking life and I am proud of back no shame whatsoever what so lacks which is you know very weird for me because we've talked about this I don't remember my dreams often at all uhhuh and when I do they're really intense like this yeah it's a cell phone while you're still trying to tell you to go ahead and if you didn't like what happened in the dream it's telling you that you had an opportunity to explore that deeper and go there and you may be pulled herself out of it so we stopped yeah yeah you your inner self wants you to go down that road a little bit more fascinating wax file one of all the people to dream about your right I mean your goal your grandma means so much to you yeah that out of all the people in your in your universe for her to appear that's you know in seeing her I mean I felt so joyful guys I mean I saw her and we were just like only because you know she was moving her mother you could understand the words but I definitely felt like a heart like a cut like a soul connection I know that sounds no no that sounds but that's how I felt I mean it was so powerful so well that's a good dream though I mean that's yeah I know that's a that's a nice little moment we and I'm not saying that she didn't come to you in your dream I mean they say yeah our mouths are moving moving and they're talking it's really just a part of your mind you're dreaming about and if they're not then they did visit but you know I don't know the mysteries of the universe he said laughing say that again so if my body comes is in my dream and he doesn't talk to me what does that mean like I'm talking to him huh only him oh god wait leave me alone leading you around you understand what he's saying to us through mind to mind connection yeah weird who do you want to leave him alone way cool hello.
"mclean" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And lady McLean don McLean thanks for being here hope you're having a great morning your kids are behaving hope the husbands behave and the coffee is a Berlin and the bacon is a sizzling yeah that's right yeah good morning friends good morning the ladies are back it's our show the way god intended it right here that's right yes thanks again feel like we've been gone a week oh my gosh yes the weekend when we got back but it was only Thursday when still Wednesday believe me I I from what you guys said it from what you guys that it's not like you fit in a week of the bottles and and adventures into a way I mean for the love of for the love of Krispy crackers elects went to Harlem I mean I I I I just I need everyone to kind of think about that for just a second and seventeen hours there's something about going to a city and jumping on their train this is also what freedom there because you just feel like I could go anywhere if I wanted to kill them planning I would have been able to do that too yeah since day one we've done this and we're going to do it again right now has a what we have left all my gosh you guys have an amazing app I want to tell you about it is so cool it's called uber I was like oh it's a minute to minute away I can go down right now and just hop in this cool Cooper he just now got the rap on a trip yes way did you it is a great app guys you should get it if you haven't put a brand new and his juice just discovered they discovered five minutes before we were supposed to leave for the airport that she didn't have it yeah so they had their first both of them have their first who were transactions I was like don't worry guys I got this don it's really fantastic you guys I yeah don can I do for just a second please yeah may I may I have your reaction Owen Tweedle Dee and Tweedle over it David had to download the app yeah so I think Amy had left on hers I think I saw that she did have live all gang have uber anyway wow it really is what a whole new world this is a pretty great guys and so I think you should get this hot new apps Hey.
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"Monica McLean knows where all the bodies. Monica McLean is the former FBI employees, the friend of all he Ford is supposedly did the polygraph test that they of course, would not reveal the results of she's in this up to her neck, according to the report from and of course, the minute I heard her name and the minute. I heard how this all shakes shook out. I knew this whole thing was a trumped up planned operation, right? The caravan is. Like, the idea that Trump's colluded with Russia, and there's a bunch of other things that have happened in the past two years that are also completely trumped up manufactured democrat operations. The media is complicit with. The the story on Monica McLean. According to media reports former FBI employee, Monica McLean home, Dr ballsy foreign allegedly coached in a polygraph exam years earlier and others contacted her to suggest that she clarify her account Grassley stressed that committee. Investigators continue to pursue this lead to determine whether McLean or others tampered with a critical witness. I e ballsy Ford. And then they talk about swept neck and avenue Noddy. And how those women that ever naughty has brought forward have all now said that they made it. Well, not all of them. But a good number of these women that have a naughty. Brought forward have admitted they made it up, and they just said it because they just set it. They got caught up in the moment. But it helped the movement it's instructive because this is what.
"mclean" Discussed on WHCP Community Radio 101.5 FM
"Let's terminate oh the live the quicker two hi the irishness scott thrall very attached to their land and thus there are a lot of tunes having to do with land and loving the land next we have to give mclean scottish singer with his tribute which is called the singing land.