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EU nations debating borders, migration policies
"Interior interior interior interior ministers ministers ministers ministers from from from from the the the the European European European European Union Union Union Union have have have have Metz Metz Metz Metz in in in in France France France France to to to to discuss discuss discuss discuss migration migration migration migration and and and and border border border border controls controls controls controls Europe Europe Europe Europe has has has has been been been been battling battling battling battling a a a a deep deep deep deep political political political political migration migration migration migration crisis crisis crisis crisis since since since since twenty twenty twenty twenty fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen discussions discussions discussions discussions among among among among the the the the ministers ministers ministers ministers have have have have been been been been focused focused focused focused on on on on building building building building walls walls walls walls the the the the much much much much needed needed needed needed reforms reforms reforms reforms to to to to the the the the east east east east malfunctioning malfunctioning malfunctioning malfunctioning asylum asylum asylum asylum system system system system the the the the old old old old asylum asylum asylum asylum system system system system based based based based on on on on the the the the notion notion notion notion that that that that the the the the country country country country where where where where migrants migrants migrants migrants fast fast fast fast arrive arrive arrive arrive must must must must deal deal deal deal with with with with them them them them collapsed collapsed collapsed collapsed fronts fronts fronts fronts which which which which currently currently currently currently holds holds holds holds the the the the EU EU EU EU presidency presidency presidency presidency has has has has proposed proposed proposed proposed the the the the creation creation creation creation of of of of anybody anybody anybody anybody the the the the sinking sinking sinking sinking council council council council the the the the council council council council would would would would gather gather gather gather members members members members of of of of the the the the free free free free possible possible possible possible area area area area to to to to make make make make decisions decisions decisions decisions on on on on migration migration migration migration policies policies policies policies you you you you have have have have a a a a fast fast fast fast commission commission commission commission I. I. I. I. if if if if I. I. I. I. Johansson Johansson Johansson Johansson praise praise praise praise to to to to propose propose propose propose I I I I also also also also very very very very much much much much welcomed welcomed welcomed welcomed his his his his suggestion suggestion suggestion suggestion on on on on a a a a showing showing showing showing in in in in a a a a constant constant constant constant we we we we really really really really need need need need to to to to strengthen strengthen strengthen strengthen the the the the political political political political governance governance governance governance of of of of saying saying saying saying it it it it because because because because tend tend tend tend to to to to focus focus focus focus on on on on outsourcing outsourcing outsourcing outsourcing the the the the ease ease ease ease my my my my good good good good time time time time just just just just outside outside outside outside countries countries countries countries and and and and on on on on strengthening strengthening strengthening strengthening borders borders borders borders hi hi hi hi Karen Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas
"metz" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"On from football to baseball now, burgers and Indians in Cleveland Saturday night. Corbyn Burns was outstanding for the brew Crew one to come in. Struck him out swinging. 14 strikeouts for Corbyn Burns pure gas on the inner part of the plate and Bradley overmatched one out here in the eighth. Burns done After throwing 115 pitches over eight innings of no hit baseball. Josh Hader took over for the Brewers in the ninth inning hater retired the first to Cleveland batters Then was one out away. The one to swing and a Miss Narva is blocks throws to first. Peterson touches the bag ballgame over. It's a combined no hitter for the Milwaukee Brewers, Corbyn Burns and Josh Hader do the job here in Cleveland. 1st 2nd just this second no hitter in franchise history, the first since April. 15th 1987 when one the Avis no hit the Baltimore Orioles, Josh Hater and Corbyn Burns do the trick against the Indians tonight. Any time you can hear the name Juan Nieves were better for a terrific pitcher during his career with the Brewers, calls from 6 20 WTMJ radio Carbon. Burns walked the leadoff hitter in the seventh inning. The only baserunner he allowed. Brewers ended up beating the Indians three. Nothing night. No hitter this season in Major League Baseball, also the third time this season that the Indians were no hit. Yankees. Mets at Citi Field on a somber 20th anniversary of 9 11 Saturday night Yankees entered Saturday looking to avoid an eight straight loss were down two runs in the eighth inning with the judge. Mr Judge at the bleak the one Oh, High drive left field going back McNeil. He's on the track at the Wall Senior, a two run home run and the game is tied at seven. Michael K. The call on ESPN Radio Metz After the Yankees scored one more in the eighth inning to take a one run lead. The Mets had the tying run on base in the bottom half of the ninth inning against Aroldis Chapman and Chapman was able to get the job done. The 21 High fly ball right field judges there. Judge makes the play in the Yankees win 87 to even up the subway series at a game apiece. Again. Michael Michael K. The calls on ESPN Radio Yankees, snapping the seven game losing streak Series finale. Yankees and Mets at Citi Field Sunday night Baseball coverage at seven P.m. Eastern on ESPN radio affiliates. Also at eight P.m. Eastern Sunday night on ESPN TV and the ESPN.
García 3-Run HR as Brewers Beat Toussaint and Braves 9-5
"M. S. I. L. Garcia William Thomas and Eduardo Escobar hit home runs in the brewers nine five downing of the Braves one of Garcia's three hits was a three run Homer in Milwaukee's fourth consecutive win the blast helped the brewers overcome all star Corbin Burnes we're starting the season burns gave up a season high five runs on nine hits and two walks in four plus innings Brad Boxberger got the win with two innings of scoreless relief losing pitcher to key to start wasted an early four nothing lead the brewers still paced the NL central by seven games over the Reds the Braves remain for behind the NL east leading Metz I'm the ferry
Nola Strikes out 10 Straight Mets to Match MLB Record
"Leading the Mets won Nothing. The story. Aaron Nola Phillies pitcher struck out 10 consecutive Metz. Tying Tom Seaver's major league record. 10 consecutive Mets were struck out by Aaron Nola. He struck out 12 through the first five innings of the game.
"metz" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Sugar Metz. What else was he taking? I don't know what else he was taken. I just He just He sent me an email. And he says, and remember when he sent that that he was off five days in He said he was off to sugar medications £48 off his sugar medications, which is great on the lady's side. Jennifer £37.40 days Not so bad, right? That's a that's a big number. Very nice number 42 years old, and she's very happy because she's down to her high school weight. Nice. That's pretty cool. Yeah, that's that's like that. That's the high school weight is when you can wear a belt with jeans without being self conscious about wearing the belt with jeans. That's what everybody used to do right like that was the fig like I know you don't understand, because men were belt all the time. It's like for women to wear a belt with genes. You have to be sort of rid of that. Like, you know that role The love handles that we all get once we have Children, and once we reach a certain age and What I've noticed from talking to so many of our patients is this This really starts to happen, like right between 35 40 right. You start to develop like this weird fat in areas that she never used to have it in before, And that belt and Jean situation no longer works, which is really upsetting. You start paying attention. Some of these things you really do. It's very important that there there's certain details in a woman's fashion in the way a woman Looks and feels comfortable on a daily basis that used to be very very, You know, comfortable in high school and college and at some point no longer become very comfortable. I was one of those people, you know? Ah, lot of our patients of those people and with the program gets them right back into that belt and Jean situations really, really amazing. Now, on top of seeing patients and helping run five offices, I have to now pay attention. Women's fashions very important Got this is very so anyway. £37. She's had her high school weight. And that's the four in the 40 days side. If you want to lose weight and get healthy, we've got you covered in the whole tri state area. We've got offices in New Jersey,.
NYT Tech Correspondent Cade Metz on the Corporate Forces Shaped AI
"A is now a household term whether it's powering driving directions or spotting tumors and cancer patients or driving big discussions over our bias autonomous weapons or the future of work but despite the fact that the first neural network was created in the late nineteen fifties. A lot of what i just described has taken place over only about ten years in his new book. Genius makers new york times tech correspondent kate. Mets writes about the history of ai and the corporate forces that shaped it since the mid two thousands. He told me ai. Pioneer geoffrey hinton really rebranded neural networks as deep learning. And that happened. Just a bunch of other factors. We're coming together really. fifty years. After this idea was first proposed we finally had the two things that were needed to make it work. What we needed was all that data and the internet gave us that gave us lots of photos. Lots of text. Lots of sounds that those neural networks could lies but we also needed the computer processing power needed to crunch all that data and by two thousand and ten we had both and so as jeff was rebranding. The idea we also had the technology needed to make it work. And then you have this of of sort of ten years where it seems like a creeps into our life in ways that are pretty invisible right like talk about this sort of life. We're living now. That is built on these discoveries in this work that we may not even realize. Well you see this in your daily lives today when you power up your iphone and you speak a command into siri. The way that syria is able to recognize. What you're saying is because of a neural network. As time goes on we're going to see chat bots start to emerge. We're seeing this now and that's driven by by neural network as well as self driving cars and other robotics that are coming to the fore rely on this one
Rhode Island voters drop 'Providence Plantations' from state name
"Kelly. One outcome. We know from this Election day, a name change for Rhode Island. It will no longer be known as quote the state of Rhode Island and Providence plantations. A ballot measure removes Providence plantations. That's right. A long time proponent of the change, state Senator Harold Metz. Says 10. Years ago, Rhode Islanders voted to keep the phrase because people didn't understand at the time. How hurtful but weird plantation of people of African American descent. Professor Linford Fisher of Brown University says the phrase goes back to the states earliest days. The first time we see the use of Providence plantations is in the 16 43 charter, Fisher says. Even if state founder Roger Williams did not use the word plantations to describe a large farm worked by enslave people, it was the word already loaded with meaning. So even if we want to say well wasn't with regard to slavery, it has a strong settler, colonial context of expanding and settling upon native lands. But the link between plantation and slavery was a familiar one. By that time, the Spanish have been spreading around two parts of central South America for 101 125 130 years they are building their empire on the back of first indigenous than African Slaven. This's no secret and the authors of the 16 43 charter would soon demand their own enslaved people. Within two or three years of coming to Bird Island. Roger Williams himself requests a piquant captive for his own servant or slave. Rhode Island ended up being Keith in the transatlantic slave trade. That means that we, actually as a state participated directly in the very thing. That this world has come to mean through the 18th and
Miami Marlins Clinch 1st Playoff Berth Since 2003, Defeat New York Yankees 4-3
"19. The Miami Marlins returned with enough force to reach the playoffs for the first time since their 2003 championship is they defeat the Yankees of Yankee Stadium for three intended ings. National League Morris 57 105 a year ago, they seal the improbable berth on the field of the team that Miami CEO Derek Jeter a manager down. Mattingly once captained. The Marlins became just the second team in major league history to reach the postseason the season after losing at least 100 games, joining the 2017 Minnesota twins after he's Susanna gr hit a sacrifice fly in the top of the 10th. Harlin's reliever Brandon Kinsler got major league batting leader deejay LeMay you to ground into a game ending double play. With the bases loaded, two in the game. Metz and
"metz" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"That messes. Ballots, however, have yet to be counted. On the Democratic side. Former city Councilwoman Maria Booting is slightly ahead over Councilman Steve Stay Cose. Meanwhile, Senate President Dominic Rose Cheerio has been leading and it closed race well Senate Finance Committee chair William Conley and Senator Harold Metz, who was recently appointed to lead a panel to study the state's police officer, Bill of Rights. Or trailing state representative moral Walsh has conceded to her challenger. The Rhode Island Board of Election says complete results for yesterday's primary elections will be posted over the next few days. That's due to the huge number of mail ballots. Police have identified the victim of a deadly shooting and Cranston early yesterday as Jamal Vasquez of Providence. The shooting happened on Harris Avenue, Cranston. Police are continuing to actively investigate. President Trump isn't holding back while talking about his Democratic challenger. Biden wins China wins, It's A simple is that speaking in North Carolina, Trump said the economy would collapse if Joe Biden takes over the White House, he claimed by Agnes spent nearly five decades shipping jobs to other countries, while Trump has been his presidency, getting them back. The chief executive thinks Biden will also put in major tax likes and impose a ban on American energy if he wins in November. Mark Mayfield, NBC news radio President Trump wants to pull more troops out of Iraq, a senior administration official told reporters on Air Force One. Trump will make an announcement today on a further drawdown, the official said. Another announcement will come shortly after about more service members leaving Afghanistan as well. AstraZeneca is pressing the pause button on its Corona virus vaccine clinical trials. The pharmaceutical company says they're taking the step after finding a potentially unexplained illness and one of their trials. NewsRadio 9 20 in one or 47 FM sports. The Red Sox beat the Phillies 5 to 2 in the night camp of a double header in Philadelphia. The Sox 6 to 5 in the opener for more news..
"metz" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Announcing the weekly latest Kobe 19 test results, the number of monitoring samples Collected and tested in the past week was 12,276 2 of those 12,276 samples, which is 0.2%. Have been new positives. There was zero positives among players and two among staff members that do staff members were from a single MLB club. 29 other clubs had zero positives. The total number of monitoring samples collected and tested has been 90,000. 888 84 of those 90,888 samples, which is 0.9% have been new positives. 54 of the 84 positives had been players and 30 have been staff Yankees in Metz will wrap up their subway. Siri's. They're very odd Subway, Siri's with another double header. The Yankees, collecting their first walk off of the season on the A wild pitch from Delon Bataan to scoring Clint Frazier J have pitch very well for the Yankees and boy, could they use that help Right now? Seven innings That was his longest outing as a Yankee. And second longest start for him since 2007 and the longest outing by a Yankee starter this season, our oldest Chapman came back to tossed a scoreless ninth inning and then ah, his pitched on back to back days. Now for the first time, and Luke void with his 12th home run of the season, D. J. LeMay you back reinstated from the injured list. Had a triple and his hitting for old three. How odd If you want to encapsulate how odd this season has been on so many incredible levels. Look no further than Friday night when Rozario took Chapman into the seats, and the Mets won a walkoff game in Yankee Stadium to your phone calls. Here's Kristen Ocean Township for a son in Randall's talking baseball, Chris, Thanks for your call. Yes, it's nice to nice to be with you and listen to your show for many years..
"metz" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Metz get swept by Atlanta after you in his suspicious goes AWOL ops out of the season, Flyers beat the Bruins Nets top the Wizards. The details are coming up now New Jersey's first weather with chief meteorologist and zero and Dan candor, and Ed had it wrong. The name on everybody's lips is going to be easy. Yes. Thank you very much, well done. For the second time in less than a month. New Jersey is under a tropical storm warning. As of about a minute and 1/2 ago, Our watch was upgraded to a warning. We're right on schedule here with big impacts coming in tomorrow. We also have a flash flood watch in a high surf advisory posted Now, during the day today, things were going to be fine. Some clouds and fizzling showers this morning. Then we'll break into sunshine around midday. It'll be very warm and humid high temperatures around 90 cooler at the shore. Tonight. Scattered rain arrives still nothing too dramatic first raindrops into South Jersey, early evening, North Jersey by midnight lows in the seventies, and then it's tomorrow that will feel tropical storm conditions. Peeking from late morning through evening. That'll include bands of heavy rain, very strong winds, minor coastal flooding and rough surf. Storm exits and conditions will improve. Late tomorrow night. Right now point Pleasant 77 Garwood, 78 Pemberton is 77. Time on New Jersey's first news 502 topping our news this hour. We started to tell you about this. On Friday, Airbnb. Has suspended or removed more than 30 listings across New Jersey because they're being used by guests as party houses. The move was made is the home share marketplace deals with a very different summer from what it's used to because of the public health crisis is this is not.
"metz" Discussed on The Big 98
"Are friendly and I you know I wish him well you know even if it's a friendship but after the Olympic connection but for me I think about you know my ex husband who are used to be and who I am becoming we're talking with Chrissy Metz from this is us right now in a second I want to ask you about the audition process for this is us and then maybe an audition for a reality show that you did all right that's all coming up right now let's play Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani nobody but you hear on the Bobby bones show hanging out with Chrissy Metz from.
"metz" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Hi Lori I'm a big fan thank you I'm a big fan of your stuff yeah you know I eight know that we're both big fans of this is us did you see this week's now part three you know is that I am I am part two okay it's about one of each of the three kids so was Kate turn last I did not see that now Tuesday night it was so this show is so sweet and poignant and could it really it really is we really get because you know we know all fears watch this is us that Jack Pearson is like the heart of the show like the kids have a special relationship but what now we see with the story of the big three the three kids we can ever seen the importance of Rebecca the mom that is nice yeah he's been about the day I yeah it anyway it was really good but we did we you do see Mandy Moore and Chrissy Metz there add something in their day do karaoke and they do do it tori reineck it was a song that yeah thing together when you know as and they sounded so great together her her album comes out in a couple months yes and hears her new song and the music video was released done is going to play for it place for it's called fifteen the name of the song well I started over land yeah she's going to be at the state theatre.
Catholic priest denies Joe Biden Holy Communion at Mass in South Carolina because of abortion views
"Joe Biden gets denied communion in church on Sunday well on the campaign trail in South Carolina this past Sunday Joe Biden and about Catholic conducting the St Anthony's church when it came to the time in mass for communion the former vice president and current democratic runner was sent away by father Robert E. mori speaking to the South Carolina morning news the pastern Metz he refused to give the sacrament claiming but insists on abortion makes him ineligible Morissette holy communion signifies we are one with god each other in the church and a public figure who advocates for abortion places himself or herself outside of the church's
Diet and Digestion Issue
"The question is from a listener named Carla who writes dear Christie first of all I would like to express my gratitude for your podcast not just because your words and ideas reach me personally but because you're educating a whole new generation of people about accepting themselves and others around on your podcast has been quite helpful so far but I do have a question that maybe you could help me out with as I feel this. Topic is not readily discussed still. I've been struggling with being a part of Diet. Hi It culture since I was probably five years old and now I am twenty along the way of suffered disordered eating and perhaps a form of binge eating disorder. I've been doing so so much better in the last two years but have one thing on my mind that causes me problem. Sometimes which is digestion. It seems like once you notice your digestion getting messed up as mine did during severe periods of restriction you cannot put it out of your mind that easily anymore. I suffered constipation for some time during my eating disorder days which do not suffer today anymore but I'm still highly highly aware of it for example. My digestion works out quite well. If I had my predictable daily routine sleep enough etc but sometimes if it happens that I don't manage to go to the toilet as predicted I feel like my whole day is not going well and I also have different food preferences and sometimes even feel simply tired down. I notice not not something I can force as bodies have their own wisdom but I'd like to know how to cope with this uncertainty and lowered mood especially when I'm traveling. I want to go out there in the world and explore or as much as I can without being dependent on my digestive processes and worrying whether I'll be loaded constipated or something else and know that the still might be taboo topic on public platforms platforms but I feel like you're a person could help kindest regards Carla so thanks Carla for that great question and before I answer just my usual disclaimer that these answers and this podcast in general are informational and educational purposes only at art a substitute for individual medical or mental health advice so yeah this is such a great question and it really is not discussed enough in our field but I just want to empathize with your situation because I actually went through something really similar myself in the early days of my recovery so I can feel your pain and I know digestive. Discomfort is a big pain. I've shared here before on the podcast that I was diagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome and also acid reflux or gird is the acronym for it right around the time that I was
"metz" Discussed on Permission To Succeed Podcast
"Are you an asset management company or sure so thin that they were as miniature new technology labels to be things which is kind of lark mark differentiator but no the market year investing markets rear trading badly listed derivatives options in so it's a very technology-intensive the intense business and infrastructure technology allows us to do things to cornhole democratize solution sensitive <unk> bill or china worth an institutional and you see the landscape of technology even getting better for the industry changing accelerating was going to happen. I think in stride to monetize different components of the value chain financial life right so you can really i'll say codify <unk> race certain processes or <hes> value propositions were to outdo that united instead brought by urged organizations alliance but at the end of the day you know the relationship side component kind of financial planning <unk> especially especially as roma's changing technology can only do so much in select hybrid approach at human embracing town is really a focus so our business the army corps industry in jail yeah so the adviser themselves how are they changing changing are they becoming more relationship oriented and outsourcing the asset management <unk> do technology and due to time constraints high-sea that it sure ain't good. There's few answers the concept of c._i._o. Outsourced c._i._o. Is problem on a lot of firms that specialize in it but even even with that is kind of a office model you know once you go outside where you would actual specialist in and so the person concept bill versus spy issue utilizing your time energy resources and bandwidth to the best of your abilities to you know for your practice or desertion clients but at the end of the day we socializing allies in <hes> very rich offering epi derivatives outsource c._i._o.'s it'd be very niche <hes> we pride ourselves in <unk> seattle derivatives but most importantly you know figuring out where we can provide <unk> visor is again to builders imagined very regards so technology and people like you who are yet experts held advisors be do what they do best work with people correct in view of focus on that they can't hurt <unk> that <hes> <unk> with different organizations is many but at the the end of the day you know that relationship is on <unk> advisor. We travers so what you do. How are you thinking about the capital apple markets. Let's get hasn't piece sitting roughly three thousand we touch you highs over so frequently and in most markets tenure ilgar around two percent so fixing landscape <unk> challenge <hes> evaluation they're all subjective but at the end of the day on clients have been fortunate that invested in equities whether before <unk> ninety clear so how to de risk in today's environment is a large our relations take finance <unk> becoming dogfight <unk> fortuitous wrong host g._n._c. logo <unk> assets of all sorts in crudely those i would say cattle markets in position for the next expired years is is is so with so much noise out there. The invader inverted yield curve. The economy's all-time highs recession coming. What are you listen to a lot of noise. Here's a lot of noise and you know at the end of the day. I think focusing on what objectives actives are is <unk> equation <unk>. The media talking heads so to speak <hes> in so people that have been planned sick it to that core philosophy <hes> whether good markets are bad markets not altrincham at the decision making processes. Is you know i would say the crude approach in we facilitate that various different set of strategies to comment advisory <unk> rejected so so how do you position client portfolios when the markets are all time high. It's on two different flavors on the baby. Bluebird word kind of demographic of hitting rate so to speak in trying to be reservoir <unk>. Facing counters is out say a large focus of of where we try to provide income trying to de risk the problem today. Is you know you're you're really forced to liquidate equities ace by definition and doing so you're sitting probably eleven vetted capital gains based tax liability and so what we do is try to retool or <unk> with some of strategies solution sets to strive where we're clearly the visors getting to mariscal via through the use of options so some people are very calm is some ver very <unk> focus but regardless. I think our solution system. He's those you you know in doing that. For a two hundred thousand dollar asian or twenty five million dollars allocation everything between regardless of which custodial back office the adviser their enterprises using and then all the permutations that come along with that <unk> we saw operationally through technology but domestic solutions driving that decision processing power markets right now like i said a vendor favorable insults including you know looking forward is core pieces so we both both grubbing michigan. I'm a little farm town near tweeting. You're going to go bluer ono. It's all blue. What about you. I'm gonna go there you go. What are your memories of that time and what are the some of the things that influence in flint michigan very cower. Tom you'd probably headlines of still today on your doctor forgot about flint but flint the water crisis whose real they have a lot of <unk> air but you know i think i i loved growing up there. I wouldn't trade it brings. You know you learn. 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"metz" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Metz and blimp just giving background Melinda is the co author of the Roswell high series, which is free Ross will fans television show. It's a book has the basis of the hit television show Roswell. So big Roswell fan. You'll definitely want to listen to this show with Melinda. Also, a Edgar ward nominee for book right in Wong mystery series. And we're excited about having Molin on the show so Melinda about further ado, welcome to animal rights pet life radio. Thank you. Thanks for having me on almost our pleasure. It's our pleasure in graduations on the the big hit that latest book talk to the Pau. Tell us a little bit about the book the premise without giving away all the super secrets and endings in the urban gives us the book solo about where my editor of me up because he had gotten really intrigued. All the videos about cats stealing things. And he thought that there could be a book in it. And I was thinking he wanted to do a non fiction book about all these different kleptomaniac cats. And then he decided he'd rather do something more of a romance where the cat kind of I have the cat. Macgyver be able to smell. But his person Dany is lonely, and he sets out to find a guy for her. And he does it by stealing things from the guy dropping them off on her porch dot setup. Yeah. And so now this is being known to her. I'm assuming how kitty cats do things without us knowing about it until the last minute. Yes, she's very confused at for keeping things like their day, stocks and bathing, suits and crazy stuff. So would you call this a sort of a true romance with some mysteries that macgyver? The cats putting into play or how would you label it when you took on the project had you envision this whole thing that at the heart of it several romance. But macgyver helps a lot of people and he meddles in romances sometimes, but sometimes he takes on other problems. So there's not much of a mystery. 'cause kind of it is from a guy point of view. So we kind of know from the beginning that macgyver is taking care of his person by by doing these things, but she doesn't know. Now with macgyver as far as the kinds of items that he sort of taken under his wing and bringing into the house is that there are certain purpose reason he brings each one. Or is it more of an attention getter? He has a much better sense of smell than people do. And so he knows that people can't smell as well as he does. So he brings things that are really, really smelly. Because he thinks that then she'll be able to pick up on it. If you get something that's really kind of ripe. So his big selection process for her is just what is really smelly like the guy gone jogging. And so he brings the t shirt that's kind of drenched in sweat, or you know, he brings it just brings weird smelly stuff. And that's true. I think with most especially cats they like giving you the smell as the grossest presence that could possibly have is an honor to you and drop them at your doorstep. Typically, he's not threatening things that would intrigue her and think I wonder who this belongs to it must be really interesting person. It's just kind of stuff. Well, then tell us about this is your editor came to you. And said, hey, you know, let's write this book about these videos. He's klepto kitty videos that we've been seeing out there. Tell us a little bit about that background. Sure. Most of listeners know about it. But for those that don't what are those videos all about? And why are they so darn popular? If you go online and put in kleptomaniac cats on YouTube, you'll come up with a whole bunch of them. And I think Gary Goldstein my editor the first one that he became intrigued with was the one that was out in Oregon where the kitty belong to someone that was on the police force. And he started bringing all these things back in the his owner the police officer mounted a surveillance camera outside the driveway. And then he found that the kitty was bringing all these things that kitty actually, even brought a little bag of pot and left it on the driveway. So maybe he knew that his person was the one that took care of this kind of thing. So I don't know. But then there are lots of amazing ones. Like there was a I think it was a cat in Switzerland that he never stole anything until after his couple. That he lived with became pregnant, and then he started bringing all these stuffed animals home. Like, he knew that the baby would want to animals so that was a cute one. Now, are you personally into the kitty klepto or any of the kitty videos out there? I had watched many kitty videos, they're kind of addictive. So I've watched all the klepto kitties that I can find now with that found interesting. Have you worked with your editor before on other projects? Or is this something where he knew this would be ripe your alley in. What were your thoughts? When you first got the call or the Email, Saint here's what we we'd like for you guys to do for you to put together for us. You know, Gary, and I'd never worked together as editor and writer before but he and I both worked at Berkley publishing back in the mid eighties on time ago. And we were both editors there at the same time. And he knew that I was feeling writer now, and he knows my agent, and he just he I think he just thought that I would be good at it. So I was intrigued because I've never written anything for adults before and I used to edit romance. But I'd never really written a romance. So I was intrigued by both parts of it and thought it would be fun, and it was fun. And so the. Interesting twist behind the book how much play went into actually doing your research four it watching all the videos and getting all the latest stuff for this type of book compared to maybe other books that you've done is. It was more research intensive or was it more of you want to delve into the characters and try developed characters that people would relate to somewhere in the middle. The right among the streets that you mentioned the the boy and there in the stories had after syndrome, and my writing partner, Laura, I write with her a lot, but I didn't for this particular book, but we did a lot of research because trying to understand sort of the way he viewed the world and also he had really specific interests like the Wright brothers. So we had to research a lot of that. But I did research on cat behavior. And I wanted to know more about cats body language, I've had cats, although I've gotten horribly allergic now, but I kind of understand how they moved and some of the things they did. But I wanted to sort of know why? And you know, what I didn't really know about that organ that they had inside their mouth that kind of enhanced their sense of smell. In a different way. And so I I did some research done on cats had body, language and psychology. Besides just watching the videos, and I think it's important when you say that a lot of people think will possibly putting together a fiction books. All you have to do is come up with some key characters and create a nice narrative and a nice twist behind it. But there's actually in this type of thing, especially when you're dealing with animals. There is a great deal of research because you wanna make sure you get it. Right. Right. Like cats like the read their heads against you kind of to Mark that you're that you're there and lots of different things that were interesting that cats. Absolutely, absolutely. All right. Well, we're going to take a quick commercial break and come back to talk to Melinda. Metz little bit more about her book talk to the Paul as well as to Melinda a little bit about her overall writing styles. What's it take to be a successful freelance writer, and how does her background in editing come into play. So everybody hang tight. We're gonna come back ready for this commercial break. You're listening to animal rights on life. Radio..
"metz" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Sometimes the phone's ringing it's different things going coming whatever, you know, owner has a question. They Email they text whatever. Yeah. And then sometimes you just gotta plug in the phone and kind of shut it down, and and focus on the family and have a little fun, and do, you know, something outside of work. So you stay fresh and don't get burnt out. And but yeah, I mean bay -cations are kind of few and far between a lot of them are actually horse related kind of vacations, you know, Breeders Cup or Pegasus or something like that. So even though there vacations there's still something that you like to do horse related, but he just I think he got a do the best you can and try to enjoy that family time. I know just in. The last month or two since my focus has changed. You know, we'll be cooking or messing around in the kitchen, and we're kinda joking and having a good time, and you know, playing with each other. So it's a lot of fun. And I'm looking forward to more of that this year with things will you do or what other interests do you have outside of racing? When you do get the chance to get away a little bit with the family. You know, I haven't really got to play golf that much because I don't have enough time to kind of stay consistent with. But that's something that I'd like to do with a few friends. They like to do that another thing. I like to do is play basketball. So I'm gonna try and do a little more of that at the gym where I go. And so I'm hoping to you know, you always worry like, well, it's like a if you don't stay in shape. You don't wanna do it? But if you do more often than you can stay in shape, and you feel a little better about it. So watching basketball and playing basketball is something that I really enjoy. Gotta stop by Winstar farm when you're here and getting one of the pickup games they have their own. They have their own. Well, what would you call it? It's it's not not just the basketball court. It's more of a an arena pretty much. Pretty much. Seen a lot of tennis courts slash basketball courts. You know, that the way they're building them days. Don't take the way, Jeff I'm assuming you don't play center, right? That's right at five eight. Tremendous on defense, not a bad outside shooter. But I pretty much get stuffed every time. I went down the middle. Elliott. Walden will be waiting for you. Clicking against him. That's a good. That's definitely good. You got the right key there. Yeah. I've coached a lot of basketball to it's something I started getting more horses, and I didn't get to do it as much, but I've coached anywhere from kindergarten first grade at the YMCA third and fourth grade at the city league and and middle school. So that that's something. I did in the past that I really enjoyed but coaching you have to be a little more. You know, it took more time. So now, I just. I could play it and just enjoy it. I can do it at a more leisurely pace is is it more challenging coaching young kids the young horses. Well, I. You know, I I went to school to actually be coach. So my majoring in colleges can eat theology. So if the horses didn't take off that's what I wanna do is teach PE and coach. So that I think that the horses are more difficult because they don't talk. That's obviously, the you know, you have to figure it out on your own. They can't tell you boy, my foot hurts can't you figure it out? But yet, you know, the kids and just like we talked about owners a lot of times. It's not the kids. It's the parents, you know, so anyway to prepare thing, I'm a parent. So I know, you know, we all go through it. When our kids are playing little league or sports. It's all that coach. He doesn't know what he's doing, you know, but with jet has been it's been an absolute white Debbie in the program..
"metz" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"And I try to incorporate it all and you know, trainers know, there's there's the horse side of it. There's the owner side of it. There's the business side of. It. There's just so many moving parts that. Yes. It'd be nice. If it was just a, you know, a car or something where it was. They don't eat. You know, they just sit there on the lot until you sell them. But in our business, there's a living breathing thing as well as the people that work with them. So there's a lot of moving parts that we have to we have to keep the help happy, and we have to keep the horse happy, and you have to keep the owners happy. And as you'd knows we had to pay the feed man, we got to keep him happy in the shoe in the bed and on down the line. So there's a lot to it. But you know, for every nine things to go wrong. And there's one that go well, and if you hit a slump, it might be one out of twenty one hundred thirty, but once you get that win you're like, okay now, I know why I got up at four AM every day and just kept trucking along it was to get to that point. And so I I've been fortunate to a couple of times I'll joke and Peter Miller say, you know, how good he's done in leading trainer. It's some of these different meats, and and hit joke with me and say, well, Jeff, you've got more wins. Than I do. But I was in a different circuit. And you know, that's it's a different thing. But it's nice to come back to Santa Anita with both guns blazing and see what we can do. Yeah. Well, there there's no place like Sam even the morning, and one of the one of the great things is that is the morning time that you spend with the other trainers in in all the banter that goes on and those guys that you mentioned I mean, Bruce Headley there's nobody like Bruce. I mean, he's he's got tricks up his sleeve that only he knows. And and when you say, you go to his backyard and break horses, people go his backyard and he lives right down in a beautiful part of Arcadia. And he's he's purchased some of the properties around him. So he has more room for his horses, which sometimes his neighbors aren't very fond of. But but he he does it right there at his house. It's amazing. And he's he's raised some tremendous resources right there out of his backyard in our Katya. So people always raise an eyebrow. When you talk about, but but it's pretty it's pretty special and being able to say that you worked for him. That's pretty special to because he's an unbelievable horsemen. It was great memories in there were times when he would work horses five and six horses in a team. So it was like a little training race. And then sometimes we'd finish at Santa Anita and all four or five of us exercise riders would head to Pomona. We'd take two sets of five and we'd get ten horses out in, you know, thirty forty minutes, and when I worked for Gand hinder same thing he used to work set of two and three and out of the gate, and he did really well with first time starters because he almost had like little training races. And then they they knew what to do when it came racing. Just Mets with us on trainer talk presented by phasing Tipton. He started his career riding horses than he worked for several people's. He just told you and now here he is training on his own a multiple title winner at emerald downs and looking to have the same impact. Now in southern California's he begins training on that Santa Anita del mar Los Alameda circuit, Jeff, you touched on your son and teaching him to ride. Ride..
"metz" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"My wife there at that bar, and we both work outing horses together, and my wife, Jennifer, she she got at the barn. And that's how that relationship started. And then the next thing, you know, here we are many years later, and we along the way I taught my son how. A Gallup when he was sixteen. He's twenty years old now named Josh myth. And he's riding currently for Bob Baffert. He's spent a couple of years with John Sadler. And right now, he's working for Bob, Baffert and filled the Amato, and then as you mentioned, my daughter's twenty two and that Zoe miss she's works for marketing at Santa Anita and del mar she's also freelance photographer and has worked to sales. So it is kind of a family affair, and if you take it back generation, my mother and father owned horses when I was growing up, and that's where I watched in saw racing. And then my mom used to be the paymaster or assistant paymaster at Santa Anita in del mar for many years. So a lot of people know know her from there, and my mom and dad is still traveled with me when I go out of town to different racetrack. They they really loved the game. And so it's kind of a family affair your dad used to get so excited when when you run a horse lotta times, he he'd have a piece of or what? Ever. But I remember how excited he'd be unraced at he'd be pacing around. And and if if he won he'd go absolutely crazy, and I always loved that about him. I always loved his enthusiasm for the game. Yeah. So when when you talk about people that I worked for you know, Bruce, heavy Houston gal is on horses way up into his fifties. And sixties, and he was a guy that like Jude said earlier, you know, just a hard worker. He would ride fifteen eighteen horses at the track. Sometimes she'd try little too hard BB trotting him back and forth to the track and people would get upset, but then he finished there, and he'd go to the house and write another five or ten in company with me or the other guys. And so he wasn't afraid of work. And that's how I heard he he built his empire was breaking a lot of horses. Ten Fran was running back in the day bay meadows and Golden Gate, and so he he broke horses race horses. Did a lot of the work himself? And he just next thing. You know, he he had some champion sprinters that and some, you know, tremendous success. So I got to work alongside of him. And I still say hi to him. And you know, we we chat on the rail at Santa Anita. He still comes out. And watches his horses at Clockers corner. So, you know, we've remained friends for many years another guy that I worked for was Dan Hendricks and Dan worked for Richard Mandella. And anyone around racing those, you know, how meticulous and what a good horseman Richard Mandella is. And Dan Hendrix's another one that he used to Gallup and. Was a just a natural horsemen kinda came from a horsemanship family where his family even road trip horses. And so he really had a good feel for horses. He could you know, feeling their legs and checking their body language, and he really had a good feel for horses. And so that was what made him very successful. And then the last person you mentioned was Bob Hess junior. And that was another, you know, one of those peaks and valleys, you know, just not enough horses. So I had to reach out and. Like a couple of these jobs. You know, I I needed to work I needed money. And so I put in my time and tried to offer my, you know, whether it was galloping writing the pony running a second-string, whatever they needed. I would try and help and be there to do it. So with Bob Heff, again, it was just he likes things me. Tidy clean, you know. And just listen to the horse, let the horse tell you when you need to back off when you need to push a little harder. And so all these guys were good horseman as we know Bob has the second generation horseman. His father's a trainer Golden Gate. And so everybody, even when I was first gathering at Pleasants in when I ride for different people. I'd say what do I like from this person? And what do I like from that person?.
"metz" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"While Jeff Mets would back with us here tonight on trainer talk in Jeff that call of citizen kitty winning in two thousand seventeen at emerald downs that has to take you back a little bit. Yeah. It was quite a day. So we had talked earlier that. She had one eight six six and a half. And so I had another Philly at the same time called BC v Middleton. So they one race. They finished one two. And it looked like DC was going to beat her butt citizen. Kitty won the race. And it was so she was always kind of the bridesmaid. So the story goes along that so that day they had a sprint for Phillies, and they had a mile in eighth. So be easy Middleton won the sprint a little undercard race and citizen. Kitty won the big won the mile in eighth distaff. So yeah, it was it was a great day. You know, both Phillies ran well. And the thing is that when you see a horse that can stretch from six to a mile in eighth, especially one that was you know, kinda strong kinda hit strong. But you know, everything went well. And boy, she just powered home. It was probably one of the best races of her career. And anytime you can get an older mayor to run a mile and a eighth. I think it's pretty exciting cool in keeping two sets of owners happy. That's all. Always cool too. Run again, very very Baffert. Like of you. You know, we bought it. If you kitty as a yearling, we racer her entire career she made over two hundred thousand and she's set to she's in Kentucky. I just visited her when I saw Jude fell a couple of weeks ago, and she's going to be bred to violence. So her prefers breeding out there in Kentucky is gonna you're gonna be bred violence, and I wouldn't be surprised if you see a horse called violent kitty. Violence is very good sire. He's he's one of my favorite freshman sires of the year. And maybe my my favorite, and he's he's really doing well in that that should be a heck of a full one of the owners of that mayor citizen. Kitty, Bruce in Cass maller of Tahoe. They live in incline village as well as Scottsdale. So they're very first source that they had with me was called Eva kitties. And she actually ran the table as well. The very first year. I went to emerald downs which was sick years ago. And she ended up being voted horse of the year, you know, over the males and everything so that was their first horse with me, and she's also back here in Kentucky making babies, and so it's kind of nice to have to champion mares, and they're still in the fold, and they're they're making babies for clients and a winner I had on New Year's Eve. At Santa Anita was a first time starter by smiling tiger little bit of relation there with the city. Kitty, basically citizen kitties sister. That was unraced produced this Meiling tiger Colt called unleashed the tiger. And he won first time out at Santa Anita. So that was pretty exciting. And that was for a bruising casts as well. And they're stable was called Highlander racing. Yeah. It's a great story. Jeff how typically how involved is a trainer in selecting a mayor or a stallion for the horse that they train..
"metz" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"And they're jumping up and down even the most mild mannered businessman is jumping up and down. So that's what kind of drives the is that excitement to try and get to the win. But even if it works run second or third runs a good effort kind of how does what you think they were gonna do. I think that that you know, good progress. It's still very, you know, makes you feel good that you're headed in the right direction. And when a horse gives you everything they can there's not much more. You can ask for than that. That's very important. It's it's the effort, you know, you wanna see him put in a good effort whether that whether that's winning or sometimes it's just maybe getting a check finishing in the top five, you know, a a big improvement from from where they started. So those those things are are definitely important along. The way, but any horse that can run six and change can be as quirky as he wants to be. You know, he ran some high eighties low nineties in the buyers. He backed it up with last season this past summer at emerald downs here and seven and change going out in one one fourteen for six and a half. So and he and he's run a couple of one zero sixes he's one if you stakes at emerald he's and interpret ice, so yeah, definitely he's he's he's done. He's done everything. We've asked him so no complaints there. And we even random in the grade one being Crosby, and he ran forth a little bit of a stumbled starter. He might have been third in grade one. So, you know, the little horse that could help say that forum jeffer- about three minutes away from our break here at the bottom of the hour..
"metz" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"She was just kind of on the bubble. She had a little bit of ankle's bothering her, and she was running for twenty twenty five thousand so we turned her out fresh into and when she came back into next year. She just got a little bigger and stronger, and now you're talking to fortified your old mare and the following year. She ended up winning some stake races. She wanted six six and a half a mile mile an eight and ended up being the Washington older mayor of the year and just had a stellar season. And to go from you know, a twenty claimer and she did win a couple of those. But you know, kind of made it look like she had started a career maiden special allowance. In the Washington area, and then dipped down into the claiming and then after a year and some time off little freshening. She came back, even bigger and better. So that was kind of one one one example of that. And then there was another horse that we claim I high now called curb Raj, and he's he's the funny horse. He's kinda spooky and Lookie and stuff like that. But this particular horse he was three year old first time starter. So we claimed him and next time out we you know, we bumped him up in the claiming ranks and then he rattled off a couple of wins. He he was just one of those ones that you kind of had to do things his way because a lot of people would not like that spooky quirkiness, but he had brilliant speed. And he actually ran one six and change and still holds the record for, you know, the fastest six furlongs ever run in Washington. So that was kind of a horse that you just had to kind of do things his way. And and not get after him, or or, you know, and and sometimes you got to treat gelding like Phillies, and sometimes you gotta train Phillies like colts, and, you know, Philly's like things a little lighter and a little softer and utilize colts can take a strong hand. And just come back the next day. Like it didn't they don't even remember what happened yesterday. So there's a lot of give and take with horses and whether they're males females or or somewhere in between. You gotta kinda see what kind of training works for them lighter harder, more work, less workout, you know, that kind of thing. And so one of the things I think you definitely for me. And I think a lot of other people you may talk to you. Somebody asked me the question one time. But what is it about racing that you like, obviously, I like the competition because growing up playing sports and stuff like that. So that's one of the driving forces. And that was something that Dan Henderson. I hadn't common stands very competitive person. And I know he liked that part of racing. And so do I love the competition. But when somebody asks me that question, you know, what is it that you like about racing gets the horse is that one on one trying to figure out that horse. They're all like a puzzle. And then you say, okay, you know, let's changes feed. Let's change shooting. Let's do this. Let's do that. And you keep tinkering, and you get things just the way you want him. But a lot of trainers. You talked to you know, you get things one hundred percent, right? The it rains the racing. Get cancelled all of a sudden you get him, right? Where you want him or her spike, the temperature pops in abscessed, you know, grabs a quarter. It's just there's so many things. So that's why I think when when when you win a race. You see trainers so excited over the top, you know, especially owners to you know, with owners, you kind of have your, you know, you go to your job, you go to your work your business every day. And you know, probably not all that exciting. But you win a race..
"metz" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"I when I when I was twenty one I started when I was fourteen riding horses, and when I started on the track I was sixteen Pleasanton, California, still going to high school, and and would have to gal finish up and head off to high school. Then when I was twenty one I moved down to Santa Anita. So basically, I just turned fifty two and I've been in southern California, then I was twenty one. So yeah, a good thirty years plus at the Sandinistas circuit. So I've seen a lot of trainers. Come and go, I've seen the older ones the younger ones and everybody in between. I've always kind of been a horseman horsemen. You know, I I worked for different trainers. I'd have a second-string Pomona. I worked for yourself. I worked a system for Dan Hendrix. I've helped Bob Hess junior. And you know, never afraid to help other guys and do whatever I could to help them kind of always flew under the radar didn't have the best of stock. You know, just never got that big horse that you kind of need to attract bigger and better. So I I just plugged along. And then there was a few trainers that you know, when I went out of town because I was coming back and forth quite a bit between Amazon and Santa Anita and emerald downs in Santa Nita. So a lot of trainers would say, wow, you know, that's pretty, you know, I wish I could do that, you know, go to a smaller need, and and get, you know, do pretty well and be in the win column and stuff like that. Like right now, we we also have horses at your paradise were second in the standings behind runaway in Robert Tina deodorizer. But you know, we we like to run our horses where they fit and win our share. But my hope is now with building the resume and a couple of different location that I can slowly get bigger and better horses on the southern California circuits so year round del mar Santa Anita and even that small Los Alameda meat is is fun. We've got you've got those nice winds under your belt. And I think, you know, it's your work ethic that allows you to do that. Because you're you're not you've never been afraid to get up in the morning and do your job and flying all over the place. I know it can be a struggle. But you have that desire in you that you that you want to be at the top of the game. And that's that's what drives you a lot of guys say they want to, you know, have a stable at a smaller track or whatever. But they don't want to do the work, and they they might find somebody sent send him over in that that person's basically training the horses. But I know you try to be hands on as much as possible. And and it takes commitment. Yeah. Definitely. And that's why I was on a plane every week. I I wanted to be able to not let too many days go by that my hands wasn't on this horses. And that's why I wanted my personal touch. I've been fortunate enough to have assistant trainer that's been with me. A couple of years knows my program. Really? Well, so that bond is really grown. And and just like you said the other thing I always try to do is. I'm always trying to recruit new owners to score, you know, thoroughbred horse racing. It's so fun. So exciting. It has it up and downs. You know when the horse run good. Everybody's a little down. But boy when they win there's nothing like that feeling, you know, go into the winners circle. I mean, they're walk on clouds for about a day and a half just so excited with that win. So an until they taste walking down to that winter circle and getting their picture taken. It's hard to describe it to them..
"metz" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Laugh that you'll find anywhere you remember that laugh absolutely in that, you know, we hadn't crossed paths in a couple of years, and I was just at the Ceylan January sale and ran into him. And the first thing I got that beautiful Jude failed lap. So, you know, it's a pleasure to be around him. He's fun to work with. And and he's a good friend off the track. You know, he's one of these guys you could ask him anything, and he'd give you the shirt off your back. No, thank you. That's very nice of you to say. But it's a big shirt. Has two people could fit in. But it's it's been it's been a pleasure to know you. And and and I really I really do mean what I say. When when I say, I'm very proud of what you've accomplished because you know, it's it's hard to do what you've done in your constantly reinventing yourselves and looking at new ways to train and new things to do. And I think that's very admirable. Thank you very much. Yeah. You know? I don't have to tell you or anybody else in the training game. It definitely has its highs and lows, and so, you know, tr- training on my own going back to be assistant for few people training again it's had to Jebsen flows. And then I ventured out a state with some horses and did pretty well there. And now just like you said when you and I talked at the January Kaelin sale I said well time for another reinvention, and I'm going to focus my concentration on California. I was lucky enough to have four leading trainer titles of the six years. I was at emerald downs. And but now it's time to stay a little closer to home not rack up so many frequent flier miles, and and concentrate on Santa Anita, and we're going to have a second base at Golden Gate as well. You know, had the chance to visit emerald downs one time, and it was many many years ago, Jeff, but I had so much fun. And I thought that the the race track and you get a chance to kind of see mount rainier in the background. I thought it was so beautiful and the people treated me so well that had to be a great place for you to call home for a while. Yes. It was you know, when I first came there the fields were kinda short like five Horsfield's and the money was just so so I was coming in with horses from paradise. And I was looking for somewhere they kind of where they said. And I thought well, maybe a a young guy at the time I was late forties. And I thought maybe some new energy in that in that facility would you know, draw some attention and and get some bugs as far as the -tracting new clients in new horses and stuff like that. And I always put some partnerships together too. So with all that encompassing. There were some new people that came from out of state, and they came to emerald out and they were quite excited. They were like, wow, what a nice clean facility wrong. Crockett was running it at the time, and he really took pride and everything being clean. And it was a newer track. It was only twenty years old at the time. So between the very nice weather in Seattle. It's often known for rain. But when you get those summer months like July and August, you get beautiful blue sky, clear air, lots of trees and that. Had very clean track. Like with that backdrop like you said that mount Ranier year round has snow on it. So it's it's it is a beautiful place. And yeah, the time there was great. I got to kinda build my resume so to speak and. Now comes a new chapter. Well, you're very well known around seeing Anita you've you've worked for a lot of top stables, and and you've done. Excellent work everywhere you go. So it shouldn't take long for for people to, you know, hook up to your outfit and get some some top horses. You know, I like you said I I have been around quite a while..
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"On, January tenth nineteen Eighty-four Patricia Smith was murdered in Lakewood Colorado. Near Denver at the time, police established the murder weapon was, a hammer but they never found the killer a. Week later Bruce and Deborah Bennett and the seven year. Old daughter Melissa were killed in. Aurora Colorado the murder weapon was. A hammer it. Was obvious at, this case haunted are detectives and officers who responded that night, police chief. Nick Metz there had been other hammer attacks at around, that time but no arrest this was before DNA technology. Was available but now using, DNA testing the cases. Were linked scientists were able to establish the debt profile in, the Smith homicide matched the DNA profile that had been attained nine years earlier in, the Bennett homicide John camper with the Colorado bureau. Of investigation as. A result police have now charged Alexander Ewing with the. Hammer attacks he'd been in prison all this time for other attacks with FOX, on Justice, Hank weinbloom, Fox