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"mike roman" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

01:47 min | 3 months ago

"mike roman" Discussed on WTRH

"Our compound wall dot com I'm going to watch president trump is the administration and three M. are working together to supply masks to health care professionals we're very proud to be dealing now with three M. and it's a CEO Mike Roman I just spoke with him and I thank him for getting it done Mike was very happy to get it done great company Mr trump says the Minnesota based company will produce fifty five million masks a month for the next three months voters in Wisconsin will face a choice on Tuesday of participating in a presidential primary election or heeding warnings from public health officials to stay away from large crowds during the corona virus pandemic hours after democratic governor Tony Evers issued an order postponing the election for two months the conservative controlled Wisconsin Supreme Court sided with Republicans who said Evers did not have the authority to reschedule the race on his own home schooling will continue in Washington state today I am extending the on site instruction closure order all public and private K. through twelve schools in our state will be ending they'll be stopped from providing traditional in person instruction through the end of this school year in June governor Jay Inslee recognizing school distance learning can't replace what kids get out of a classroom and teacher peer interaction but he says returning students to school too soon would be too risky due to the pandemic this decision is made on the clear epidemiological evidence that in order to give us a higher degree of confidence that we will suppress this pandemic we simply cannot take the chance of re opening on site instruction in this calendar school year meanwhile British prime minister Boris Johnson remains in intensive care unit at a.

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"mike roman" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:24 min | 3 months ago

"mike roman" Discussed on KTOK

"Oversee CDC says it's time to cover up I'm Pam who sell fox news facial coverings are now recommended by the CDC to slow the spread of the corona virus but president trump says the new guidance is voluntary and not something he plans to do himself I think wearing a face mask as a great presidents prime ministers dictators kings queens around somehow I don't see it for myself I just I just the policy change comes as health officials become increasingly concerned that patients without symptoms can spread the virus the competition is fierce when it comes to obtaining medical supplies such as masks U. S. manufacturer three M. has been accused of shipping masks overseas but the company maintains the allegation is untrue CEO Mike Roman tells fox production is being stepped up we maximize production that that got us the thirty five million press figures normally we produce sixteen the twenty million respirators among US so we have doubled our production we continue to focus on ramping up ventilators or another highly sought after supply both New York and Louisiana fear they won't have enough the U. S. has more than two hundred seventy eight thousand infections more than seven thousand people have died a man who played a pivotal role in president trump's impeachment has been let go Michael Atkinson the inspector general of the intelligence community was abruptly fired by the president he handled the whistle blower report soon after the Friday announcement house speaker Nancy Pelosi issued a statement saying the shameful late night firing of inspector general Atkinson is a brazen act against a patriotic public servant and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says president trump fires people for telling the truth fox's deal NATO Americans listening to fox news Dr I often get asked what should I do if I think I might have corona people who are sick should stay home you don't go to the emergency room you don't go to a clinic get on the phone and ask for advice and instructions from your physician I don't want you to go into the E. R. or the doctor's office without talking to them first because you might break corona virus to.

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"mike roman" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

16:22 min | 1 year ago

"mike roman" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

"She was like watching the kind of showing her stuff here. They're like this is, you know, it's explained to her those, and she seen some of them in, she's a big animal fans. Those cool and pulled out a bag of micro men figures I got a good bit of micro, man. I'm not gonna act like I have a million or whatever I don't have a good bit of though. And I have pulled out a bag of them had a bag with some mcroy IRS from there is a and I guess, two thousand four series of just a Kreuzer figures and had some of those ziplock, bag, you, sadly, one of them's foot had broken which those early two thousand two thousand four. Thousand three two thousand four that era series lot of those had breaking parts broke really easily, and sadly, one of them's foot broke while you're sitting in a bag inside of a box instead of me playing weirdly enough. L fix it. I'll get another foot or something later on. But it's kinda Schoener those explain to her how they're he's robot bad guys. The micro man and stuff like that. Explained to her house like the precursor transfers and Bumblebee, which she thinks he's really cute. How he was originally micro mentally stuff like that. And like this is why some transformers like sound wave or like thousands of sound ways I have she knows it really like she thinks the cassettes are cool to ravage laser based school has got cassettes that turned the animal friends like how that came from micro, man, how they were supposed to be little tiny people from another planet in the toys, R scale they weren't. He's household things were partner robots and stuff like that. And that, that made a lot of sense, like, okay, that's cool. That's the shoulder those things pull that so my older ones, I got some got some micro nuts as well which Mike, of course being the American version of Mike Roman and had a bunch of those kind of showing her those, and her dad's Rulli and Egypt and stuff, and showed her fair Royd deals like. Insuring arousing. She's like, wow. My dad would really like those like dad probably has one of these know. I couple years ago, gave her dad a bunch of my stuff debts who has a toy. He he's into toys to he does a lot of selling as well. And I was clear now I gave them a bunch of boxes of, old of early two thousand series stuff. I just wanted to get rid of. And in that box I gave him a burn Karzai had as the Palisades, Barron cars, all, which I kind of wish I would have held onto it. But at the same point he's like fifty percent in Agnes, and it always made me super nurse around in he electron EQ, you know, so I ended up giving it to him and I was like, I know your dad had a baren cars off for however long. It took him to sell it for sure. He's got a fair Royd somewhere, but I I love to coffee is Dade have, you know, like, there's like Easter Island head style ones for some reason to Kara in other robot lines really, like Easter Island for Diack loan, when they're designing Toyota, ended up becoming Metroplex, you know, at one point he was going to be strong like have the Easter Island heads on them and stuff like that. Like some reason they really like Easter Island, and I love them for that it goes together really well with that era robot toy just the Egyptian stuff and the. Easter Island whole thing Stonehenge, you know, they use stone hedge in the last night. And I loved that in particular Atlanta's Atlanta's always goes well with things like Hijra in robots and stuff for some reason, that's like that stark contrast of like, ancient..

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"mike roman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"mike roman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We go with him killing innocent people as long as you don't have the fear. Wow. So why would the supreme court let this happen? Why would they not allow the DA's office to be punished or at least allow John to be compensated? When it was so clear that Brady had been violated. Why did they let these prosecutors off the hook? Well in its decision. The court says there are other remedies for holding prosecutors accountable, but in reality, not really we already know the prosecutors have personal immunity from civil liability. They couldn't theory be charged criminally and the bar association could take away their licenses but in practice, this just doesn't happen. In fact, weirdly in this case, the only person who was ever punished was the whistle blower, Mike Roman. He was punished for not reporting, the information sooner and his only punishment was a quote, unquote, public reprimand. I didn't commit a violation a failed to report a Brady violation timely, but I wouldn't even prosecutor when this case happened. Now, I mean, it was prior to becoming an assistant DA by like a year and a half. Do you feel like you're sort of penalized for doing the right thing? That really I mean. A reprimand honestly is. The supreme court not offended. But it's not that big a deal to me that they gave me a reprimand reprimanded by my wife planet. The to lead prosecutors on the case, including the one who had a mini electric chair on his desk with John's face on it. They never received any sanctions or punishment at all. Both of them are still practicing today. If you ask most.

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"mike roman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"mike roman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is a pretty textbook example of Brady violation. This is a nightmare defense lawyers. There's something that definitively proves that their client is innocent. The prosecutors had it didn't turn it over and their client was sent to death row. Just to be clear. This blood evidence is sitting prosecutors desk. There's no one who can like ask for it or demand that they handed over. No because nobody knows it exists except the prosecutors, and this is exactly the kind of behavior that this rule was intended to prevent there's no way to know the full extent of how often this type of violation happens, but hundreds of exonerations have come about because of Brady violations, and the fact that we don't have a number a sense of the extent of the problem that is the problem because it's usually hidden. It's amazing that in this case they actually found it. So when this hidden blood evidence finally came to light, this was the first break John had caught in a long time. He was still in prison, but he didn't have an execution date. He didn't know what was going to happen next. Exactly. And it was still totally unclear how this evidence was hidden in the first place, then a few days later, he caught another break a man named Mike real man stepped forward and said he had some new information about John's. Ace Mike Roman was once a prosecutor in the New Orleans DA's office and one of his friends in that office had been the junior prosecutor on John's carjacking trial. His name was Jerry. Deegan was crazy about about love. I I gave a eulogy at his funeral. We were really close when Jerry got sick. He had this conversation with Mike Roman. The conversation was about the doctor told that he had colon cancer is in remission. And then he told me that. Recurred whatever it returned the prognosis was real bad. But in that same conversation Jerry had told him something else. He told him. He had this one big regret about this Casey worked on he had hidden blood evidence. In a case one time he'd made it disappear. I was surprised and as I recall, I just told me to do something about it. Carey wasn't on his deathbed yet. But this was pretty much a deathbed confession. I didn't know. I don't remember that. I knew that. It was a guy still in prisoner on death row or anything like that. I just. Domi of that regretting that's really recalled when Mike Roman heard about John's case through the local lawyer grapevine he put two and two together. He went to Johns, lawyers and told them what Gerry Deegan had said about hiding the evidence and the investigator on John's appeal discovered that before the trial Deegan had checked out seven items of physical evidence from police evidence room. He only returned five everything except the two blood samples. So now John's lawyers clearly knew that the prosecutors hid the evidence on purpose. So that the defense would never see it. Now. Why would he can do that? Well, Mike, Roman didn't know. And I don't know that any of us are really going to know. But from what we do know about the case, it does seem difficult to believe the cherry would do this all on his own without the knowledge of the senior prosecutors on the case. I have my suspicions about what happened in this case. But I would never revealed there. There's this just don't wanna do that. He was very junior. I mean, it must have been one of his first trial. Absolutely absolutely had to be any obviously felts guilty, though about golden mentioned it to me many years later. I would say, you're right. Yeah. Based on these new revelations, the carjacking conviction was quickly overturned, and eventually the murder case was revisited the judge sent to the prosecutors. You really have to turn over everything. It is now clear that you have not been forthcoming just give everything to the defense. And even though they heading north at the last time this time, they complied. So John's lawyers Michael and Gordon before there was all this stuff. They didn't know they didn't know now they have it all of it. They started going through the files, and they realized there are a ton of witnesses here that we never knew existed. They went back and interviewed those people. Kevin Freeman the guy who testified against John. John. He had said that both he and John at the murder scene to people. But these new witnesses that came up they all said, there was only one person at the murder scene and the person they described running away from the scene was tall with close cropped hair. Kevin Freeman match that description. John definitely did not. Probably five seven and a half at the most some people would say five eight but airtime, I majored in came Harry. But I had this fro- had this. Incredible afro. It was like the Michael Jackson type style Bush. And that's when we had our moment. This was no longer a hunch that John is a good guy or a firm belief that he had been denied a fair trial. Now, we were able to reconstruct the entirety of the murder and say, wow, John didn't do it. So now that all of this evidence has come out, and it overwhelmingly shows the John was not guilty of the carjacking, but he's also not guilty of the murder. The prosecution still say, wow, we are so sorry. Like we have just committed the cardinal sin. The worst thing prosecutor can do. No, they did everything they could to.

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"mike roman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"mike roman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"As a letter would know that Nonni now to take the stapler stapler plastic bay. Into the holy on thinking squeeze some that. Let it go in there and plastic bags if it beca put it back in another envelope. Did the head inside of the it back out to them right away. So Johnson's back the envelope. But by then Michael and Gordon didn't need it. They had gotten a call from a city hospital and the city hospital told them that John's blood type was. Oh. John couldn't even the carjacker. When John heard that news. He realized exactly what a man. I'm gonna live. Live. This is a pretty textbook example of a Brady violation. This is a nightmare for defense lawyers. There's something that definitively proves that they're kind is innocent. The prosecutors had it didn't turn it over and their client was sent to death row. Just to be clear. This blood evidence is sitting on a prosecutors desk. There's no one can ask for it or demand that they handed over. No because nobody knows it exists except the prosecutors, and this is exactly the kind of behavior that this rule was intended to prevent there's no way to know the full extent of how often this type of violation happens, but hundreds of exonerations have come about because of Brady violations, and the fact that we don't have a number sense of the extent of the problem that is the problem because it's usually hidden. It's amazing that in this case they actually found it. So when this hidden blood evidence finally came to light, this was the first break John had caught in a long time. He was still in prison, but he didn't have an execution date. He didn't know what was going to happen next. Exactly. And it was still totally unclear how this evidence was hidden in the first place, then a few days later, he caught another break a man named Mike real man stepped forward and said he had some new information about John's. Ace. Mike Roman was once a prosecutor in the New Orleans DA's office and one of his friends in that office had been the junior prosecutor on John's carjacking trial. His name was Jerry Deegan. I was crazy about him. I loved him. I I gave his eulogy at his funeral. We were really close when Jerry got sick. He had this conversation with Mike Roman. The conversation was about doctor told him that he had colon cancer is in remission. And then he told me that. Recurred or whatever, and it returned the prognosis was real bad. But in that same conversation Jerry had told them something else. He told him. He had this one big regret about this Casey worked on he had hidden. Hidden blood evidence in a case one time he'd made it disappear. I was surprised and as I recall, I just told me to do something about it. Jerry wasn't on his deathbed yet. But this was pretty much a deathbed confession. I didn't know. I don't remember that. I knew that. It was a guide still in prison or on death row or anything like that. I just. Domi of that regretting that's really recalled when Mike Roman heard about John's case through the local lawyer grapevine he put two and two together. He went to Johns, lawyers and told them what Gerry Deegan had said about hiding the evidence and the investigator on John's appeal discovered that before the trial Deegan had checked out seven items of physical evidence from a police evidence room. He only returned five everything except the two blood samples. So now John's lawyers clearly knew that the prosecutors hid the evidence on purpose. So that the defense would never see it. Now. Why would they can do that? Well, Mike, Roman didn't know. And I don't know that any of us are really going to know. But from what we do know about the case, it does seem difficult to believe the Jerry would do this all on his own without the knowledge of the senior prosecutors on the case. I have my suspicions about what happened in this case. But I would never reveal them. There's this.

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"mike roman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"mike roman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Blood type was. Oh. John couldn't have been the carjacker. When John heard that news. He realized exactly what a man. I'm gonna live. Live. This is a pretty textbook example of a Brady violation. This is a nightmare for defense, lawyers that there's something that definitively proves that their client is innocent. The prosecutors had it didn't turn it over and their client was sent to death row. Just to be clear. This blood evidence is sitting on a prosecutors desk. There's no one can ask for it or demand that they handed over. No because nobody knows it exists except the prosecutors, and this is exactly the kind of behavior that this rule was intended to prevent there's no way to know the full extent of how often this type of violation happens, but hundreds of exonerations have come about because of Brady violations, and the fact that we don't have a number a sense of the extent of the problem that is the problem because it's usually hidden. It's amazing that in this case they actually found it. So when this hidden blood evidence finally came to light, this is the first break John had caught in a long time. He was still in prison, but he didn't have an execution date. He didn't know what was going to happen next. Exactly. And it was still totally unclear how this evidence was hidden in the first place, then a few days later, he caught another break a man named Mike real man stepped forward and said he had some new information about John's. Ace. Mike Roman was once a prosecutor in the New Orleans DA's office and one of his friends in that office had been the junior prosecutor on John's carjacking trial. His name was Jerry. Deegan was crazy about about them. I gave his eulogy at his funeral. We were really close when Jerry got sick. He had this conversation with Mike Roman the conversation was about the doctorate told me that he had colon cancer is in remission. And then he told me that. Recurred or whatever, and it returned the prognosis was real bad. But in that same conversation Jerry had told them something else. He told him. He had this one big regret about this case he'd worked on he had hidden blood evidence in a case one time he'd made it disappear. I was surprised and as I recall, I just told me to do something about it. Jerry wasn't on his deathbed yet. But this was pretty much a deathbed confession. I didn't know. I don't remember that. I knew that. It was a guy still in prisoner on death row or anything like that. I just. Told me that regretting that's really recalled when Mike Roman heard about John's case through the local lawyer grapevine he put two and two together. He went to Johns, lawyers and told them what Gerry Deegan had said about hiding the evidence and the investigator on John's appeal discovered that before the trial Deegan had checked out seven items of physical evidence from police evidence room. He only returned five everything except the two blood samples. So now John's lawyers clearly knew that the prosecutors hid the evidence on purpose. So that the defense would never see it. Now. Why would he can do that? Well, Mike, Roman didn't know. And I don't know that any of us are really gonna know. But from what we do know about the case, it does seem difficult to believe the Jerry would do this all on his own without the knowledge of the senior prosecutors on the case. I have my suspicions about what happened in this case. But I would never reveal them. There's this just don't wanna do that. It was very junior. I mean, it must have been one of his first trial. Absolutely absolutely had to be any obviously felt guilty though about recalled didn't mentioned it to me many years later. I would say, you're right. Yeah. Based on these new revelations, the carjacking conviction was quickly overturned, and eventually the murder case was revisited the judge said to the prosecutors, you really have to turn over everything. It is now clear that you have not been forthcoming just give everything to the defense. And even though they heading north at the last time this time, they complied. So John's lawyers Michael and Gordon before there was all this stuff. They didn't know they didn't know now they have it all of it. They started going through the files, and they realized there are a ton of witnesses here that we never knew existed. They went back and interviewed those people. Kevin Freeman the guy who testified against John. John. He had said that both he and John were at the murder scene to people. But these new witnesses that came up they all said, there was only one person at the murder scene and the person they described running away from the scene was tall with close cropped hair. Kevin Freeman match that description. John definitely did not. Probably five seven and a half at the Meuse. Some people will say five eight, but everytime, I measured. Ain't nobody came into Farry. But I had this fro you're not had this incredible afro. The Michael Jackson type style Bush, and that's when we had our moment. This was no longer a hunch that John is a good guy or a firm belief that he had been denied a fair trial. Now, we were able to reconstruct the entirety of the murder and say John didn't do it. So now all of this evidence has come out, and it overwhelmingly shows the.

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"mike roman" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"mike roman" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"And I'm asking this because I was recently acquainted online with a person forty one year old New Jersey teacher named Mike Roman who says appropriate that he has eaten pizza every single day for as long as he can remember. That means every single day for almost forty years. He prefers fresh pizza to frozen pizza who doesn't. Yeah. He actually doesn't like toppings on his slice. That's what he says. But he's eaten pizza for pretty much every single meal for basically he's eaten cheese pizza forever. Fantasies pizza? Which seems like a shame. But whatever. That this is this is news Roman. Yeah. Mike roman. Okay. Six five one six four one one zero seven one. What could you see yourself eating for forty years? We do have callers, shall we take them? Let's do. Let's I speak with g g Hello. Hadid. G g. What food could you eat for every day for forty years? Tacos. Good wine are having their day, man. Breakfast tacos. Beggie tacos desert tacos. I'll switch it up. Like, would you eat all the same things on your tacos? Or would you have the same kind of taco all the time? I it up. Yeah. Sounds good to me. Right GD. Thank you very much. I. Thanks you. I think tacos are kind of Mexican pizza. Yeah. Sideways. Yeah. Right. Yeah. And you could have software. I mean, there's so much variety with pizza. You get all the food groups. Pizza. Exactly, you got all the food groups. I was thinking about this, omelettes. But I'm let's yes, you would eat omelets every day. Yes. What what is what? You what? Yes. A can. I love eggs, and you can mix it up pizza. Yes. Gestion with pizza. Another one. All in.

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"mike roman" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"mike roman" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"And I'm asking this because I was recently acquainted online with a person Forty-one-year-old New Jersey teacher named Mike Roman who says it's appropriate that he has eaten pizza every single day for as long as he can remember. That means every single day for almost forty years. He prefers fresh pizza to frozen pizza more who doesn't. Yeah. He actually doesn't like toppings on his slice. That's what he says. But he's eating pizza for pretty much every single meal for basically, he's beaten cheese pizza forever fantasies pizza, which just seems like a shame. But whatever that this is the salsas news Roman. Yeah. Mike roman. Pizza. Okay. Six five one six four one one zero seven one. What could you see yourself eating for forty years? We do have callers, shall we take them? What's? Okay. Let's I speak with g g Hello. GDP? Food. Could you eat for every day for forty years? Tacos. Good wine. They're having their day, man. I think breakfast tacos veggie tacos desert tacos. Switch it up. Like, would you eat all the same things on your tacos? Or would you have the same kind of taco all the time? I wish it up. Yeah. Sounds good to me. Right. Thank you very much. I tend to. Thanks, did you I think tacos are kind of Mexican pizza. Yeah. Sideways. Yeah. Right. Yeah. And you could have software. I mean, there's so much variety pizza. You get all the food groups. Pizza all the food groups. I was thinking about this, omelettes. What I'm limits. Yes. You would eat omelets every day. Yes. What? What is? You. Yes. A can. I love eggs, and you can mix it up. Yes. Justin.

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"mike roman" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"mike roman" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Pants. Type. One more story for you. Okay. There is a guy named Mike Roman who has only eaten pizza for dinner since he was four years old fattest this guy. I'm just gonna ask. Well, first of all, he's forty one. Now, he's from Hackensack New Jersey. He went on a podcast. Tom leveque? Cheers podcast. Jeffrey idea called new theory to discuss strange food addiction and these two met ten years ago in a pizza shop where they were talking about how he had only pizza for dinner since adolescence he said his mother gave him this picky. Eating thing problem. And so. Every day. He said what happened was in grade school he mixed that he mixed. He mixed it up with a peanut butter sandwich every day for lunch. But then when he entered the workforce he started going out for lunch and just having pizza. Now, he's back to peanut butter and bread for lunch. But the fact remains that not only not only did he eat pizza for dinner for over thirty years. He also ate it for lunch for a good ten years of that. And the pizza is always playing much. Does he weigh? I don't have that information. And I think you know. Seven hundred pounds. He's probably not he's probably some quasi-normal. Wait. Which is going to throw everything we know about everything he.

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"mike roman" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"mike roman" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Ken Boone from the weather, gentlemen. WMA out. Currently in the nation's capital fifty nine degrees. Six twenty seven wwl. Some people have weird diets. Is your diet? This weird. For the last thirty seven years only eating pizza. For almost every meal. Pizza. That's it Mike Roman. Is it New Jersey man, obviously? He started eating pizza for dinner when he was four years old. He's now forty one he did a podcast recently called new theory, and he was discussing his food addiction, apparently and he's been eating pizza. He his mother at a young age allowed him to only eat pizza for dinner because he was a picky eater. There you go. Oh, sure. Shutout lenient mother in his grade school days. He added a peanut butter sandwich into the rotations. But once he started working, he always went out to lunch to pizza joints. Now. He's back to the peanut butter and bread for lunch, which is a weird sandwich. That is a child sandwich to add the jelly to make it worth it. Thank you unique because peanut butter and bread is really sticky. Need a little like Blake sandwich. Lubricants you need the jelly on there. I mean, there is a deep satisfaction. That comes with a glass of milk alongside that's still the jellies. Essential. PB and J. You can't just have a PB the PB. But the fact remains they say that he he not only pizza for dinner for over thirty years. You also eat it for lunch for at least ten of those. He works as a teacher. You know, you'd think somebody who eats a lot of pizza would have been able to mix it up maybe throw some extra toppings, and there he eats plain pizza. That's it. Yes. Cheese pizza, all the time. He also says he's lived in the same town. Listen to the same bands watch the same movies and TV shows his whole life. So this is just an extension of his way of life. And he has no health problems to speak of and he maintained manages to maintain a normal weight. He said when dating pizza. Marriage the wedding reception had pizza when he wanted his honeymoon. They have pizza places in Aruba. He's all pizza all the time this person cast to be fictional. This is not just you lost me at just plain all the time. Protein. Yeah. House each six twenty nine. Shingles wires fall the best.

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"mike roman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"mike roman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The fourteen million dollars disappeared and so did john's feeling that he had been vindicated the highest cool in the lancet you lean we will not allow this openness though we on openness floodgate to have in every district attorney biscay this is what got me having difficulty having a district attorney to be scared the prostitute cases if they allow water stain meaning that we don't want that every district attorney living on the fear that he got me suit we so we go william killing innocent people don't have the fear of prosecuting the case wow so why would the supreme court let this happen why would they not allow the da's office to be punished or at least allow john to be compensated when it was so clear that brady had been violated why did they let these prosecutors off the hook well in its decision the court says there are other remedies for holding prosecutors accountable but in reality not really we already know the prosecutors have personal immunity from civil liability they couldn't theory be charged criminally and the bar association could take away their licenses but in practice this just doesn't happen in fact weirdly in this case the only person who was ever punished was the whistle blower mike roman he was punished for not reporting the information sooner and his only punishment was quote unquote public reprimand i didn't commit a violation a failed to report a brady violation timely but i wouldn't even prosecutor when this case happened you weren't even office.

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"mike roman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"mike roman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Case mike roman was once a prosecutor in the new orleans da's office and one of his friends in that office had been the junior prosecutor on john's carjacking trial his name was jerry deegan was crazy about him i loved him i i gave his eulogy at his funeral we were really close when jerry got sick he had this conversation with mike roman the conversation was about the doctorate told that he had colon cancer was in remission and then he told me that recurred or whatever and it returned the prognosis moose we'll but in that same conversation jerry had told him something else he told them he had this one big regret about this case he'd worked on he had hidden blood evidence in a case one time he'd made it disappear i was surprised and as i recall it just told me to do something about it jerry wasn't on his deathbed yet but this was pretty much a deathbed confession i didn't know i don't remember that i knew that it was a guy still in prisoner on death row or anything like that i just told me that regretted that's really recalled when mike roman heard about john's case through the local lawyer grapevine he put two and two together he went to johns lawyers and told them what gerry deegan had said about hiding the evidence and the investigator on john's appeal discovered that before the trial deegan had checked out seven of physical evidence from police evidence room he only returned five everything except the two blood samples so now john's lawyers clearly knew that the prosecutors hid the evidence on purpose so that the defense would never see it now why would he can do that well mike roman didn't know and i don't know that any of us are really gonna know but from what we do know about the case it does seem difficult to believe the jerry would do this all on his own without the knowledge of the senior prosecutors on the case i have my suspicions about what happened in this case but i would never reveal them there's this i just don't want to do that but he was very junior i.

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"mike roman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"mike roman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Mike roman was once a prosecutor in the new orleans da's office and one of his friends in that office had been the junior prosecutor on john's carjacking trial his name was jerry deegan was crazy about about love i gave his eulogy at his funeral we were really close when jerry got sick he had this conversation with mike roman the conversation was about the doctorate told that he had colon cancer is in remission and then he told me that recurred or whatever returned the prognosis was real bad but in that same conversation jerry had told him something else he told them he had this one big regret about this casey worked on he hidden blood evidence in a case one time he'd made it disappear i was surprised and as i recall i just told me to do something about it kerry wasn't on his deathbed yet but this was pretty much a deathbed confession i didn't know i don't remember that i knew that it was a guy still in prisoner on death row or anything like that i just told me that regret that's really recalled when mike roman heard about john's case through the local lawyer grapevine he put two and two together he went to johns lawyers and told them what gerry deegan had said about hiding the evidence and the investigator on john's appeal discovered that before the trial deegan had checked out seven items of physical evidence from police evidence room he only returned five everything except the two blood samples so now john's lawyers clearly knew that the prosecutors hid the evidence on purpose so that the defense would never see it now why would he can do that well mike roman didn't know and i don't know that any of us are really gonna know but from what we do know about the case it does seem difficult to believe the jerry would do this all on his own without the knowledge of the senior prosecutors on the case i have my suspicions about what happened in this case but i would never reveal them there's this just don't want to do that but he was very junior i mean it must have been one of his first trial map to loop absolutely had to be any obviously felt guilty though about the recall didn't mentioned it to me many years later i would say you're right based on these new revelations.

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"mike roman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"mike roman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Trace obviously issue where our two parties are divided but the public's divided and before we hear from richard endsieg i think is only is fair because i saw our friend mike roman walk in mike you're here right areas when we had our meeting in aspen this summer stephen mike made the major presentations on trade i thought it was one of the most interesting discussions most vital but it's also where we see a lot of conceptual differences so i thought mike when a push on the spot you don't mind we're gonna get the microphone to you you just heard at least the tail end steve's presentation un steve of both written papers of on this can i give you two minute ride of ply sir let's nicholas burns it's unfair to st since i only couple last stand of his of his speech i assume he's completely changed his views he read my chapter in the book has finally see the light and come over to the to the to the right side of i i agree with steve on a lot of things that we disagree on on certain things if you take the trans pacific partnership as an example it wasn't ever to actually bring a countries into a freetrade area under a high standard set of rules and it's not about geopolitics versus economics economics do have to be the dominant factory we cannot justify a free trade agreement other than on how it benefits our economy but it's about who gets to right the economic rules of the.

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"mike roman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"mike roman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Trace obviously issue where our two parties are divided but the public's divided and before we hear from richard endsieg i think it only is fair because i saw our friend mike roman walk in mike you're here right nicholas burns when we had our meeting in aspen this summer stephen mike made the major presentations on trade i thought it was one of the most interesting discussions most vital but it's also where we see a lot of conceptual differences so i thought mike moore push on the spot you don't mind we're gonna get the microphone to you you just heard at least the tail end that steve's presentation un steve of both written papers on this can i give you a twominute writer applies there but if it's unfair to st since i only couple last stand of his of his speech i assume he's completely changed his views since he read my chapter in the book has finally see the light and come over to the two two to the to the right side up look i i agree with steve on a lot of things that we disagree on on certain things if you take the trans pacific partnership as an example it wasn't effort to actually bring a countries into a freetrade area under a high standard set of rules and it's not about geopolitics forces economics on economics do have to be the dominant factor we cannot justify a free trade agreement other than on how it benefits our economy but it's about who gets to right the economic rules of the road and what we're seeing play all right now is exactly what we warned is that if the us embassy with tpp other parties would move forward which a fine the rules of the road in ways that reflected their interests and their values rather than ours at that they would carve up market access in a way that benefited their producers at the expense of ours and that's exactly what we're seeing over the.

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"mike roman" Discussed on Freakonomics

Freakonomics

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"mike roman" Discussed on Freakonomics

"Here's what charles coq half of the coq brothers had to say about donald trump a few months before the two thousand sixteen election i'm sure he's a fine fellow underneath but when you look at our guiding principles you see the his guiding principles are in many ways antithetical to them and a great many of his policies are in that acl so you famously did not back donald trump and the 2016 election but here he is as president um you did support mike pence the current vp when he was running for president in twenty twelve and eufunded his gubernatorial campaign so in addition to pence there are a number of coq allies i guess i'd call them within the trump administration mark short the white house director of legislative affairs who previously ran ura the freedom partners a network mike roman the white house house's director special projects and research who used to run the freedom partners competitive intelligence team basically aapo research um there's mike pompeo from your state of kansas now hadassa received enough coke funding the he's been called the congressman from coq um there's the epa chief scott pruitt whom the left considers an enemy of a well the environment itself but considering the election didn't get your guy egner didn't get in a guide or gal that you wanted warwick laverty died at wigan avegare an so considering you didn't back anyone in the election um your we bag series narrowing geiger's people and governor unaudited presidential oh right so in terms of the white house i'm curious to know how.

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