17 Burst results for "Mister Pearson"
"mister pearson" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"I mean what. I don't put a pass this fuck it. It'd be line up to have it in lock. Chris got it. Fuck you own. Ability to for yeah. It was first reported wednesday after prompted a hearing for accused capital rider. Shane jink is to be delayed. According to independent journalists marcy wheeler and the washington post reporter writes a weiner now why would they be lying. Why would they have made this lie. These these these journalists they wouldn't have fat check. Nothing right is not at this. Harry has said he said the lawyer from his office was barred. In these not barden dc again mister pearson hospital we believe cover nineteen on a ventilator non responsive wanted attorneys who was president reportedly told the judge the judge ultimately continued to hair until next week saying. Send our best wishes to mr pearson. His family right. So why would the people who was there and heard this shit. Be fucking line. He got that shit. Yeah so anyway. It wouldn't be the first time so my fucked around found out but who knows now is true. The pentagon officially announced all military personnel required to get the five vaccine because if the peru and once again was coming to count them to. But you but you. But if you ain't got j you going to get this fucking father yep Delta airlines to raise insurance premiums for employees who refused get covered nineteen vaccine. Go get him that. We're not. We're not going to be paying extra cost. You know this bean brought about. I'll know people understand. We talked about capitalism. That's one thing dagomba. Fda approved. Get your ass back to motherfucking work and what we not going do is covered cough nomo. And what's gonna happen. You still got to stay home of fourteen days but you better usual. Pto time or we're gonna give you the pto time you've got to pay us back. The company that the sympathy for companies is get ready to end. Because they won't they won't they money and they won't get get back to normal for. Us specifically brought up the raising. People's.
"mister pearson" Discussed on Transition Virginia
"And we're back on transition and virginia were talking about the mace. That's paraded down the center. I'll start of every house session so mark green all before we went to commercial. We learned that the mace was actually purchased from a former owner. So we're talking about a second hand item right Perhaps third hand. I think there were two prior but it is an authentic. English made sterling silver mace. And it even has a very definitive. Crown emblem on the business end so so that goes back to that kingly pomp who owned it previously. I am not aware of who the previous owners were and apparently they have no objection to are using the mason a very traditional way in the oldest of the english speaking colonies in north america. So sad it sold for just under five grand in the nineteen seventies so five thousand dollars in one thousand nine hundred seventy is thirty four thousand six hundred and ninety dollars in twenty twenty one so how about that wow so it was a good investment. It's appreciating markedly in. Its value about six hundred percent. That's right so it's not gonna fill a very big hole though in the next budget crisis. Don't forget the value added engraving. Yes yes because after all being a third hand mace with english usage prior to our acquiring it we wanted to do something to the. Mace would allow it to seem more specific virginia so once the mace was obtained There were a new words engraved upon it. And i can give you what it says A mace was presented by colonel francis. Nicholson his majesty's lieutenant and governor general of his majesty's colony and dominion of virginia to the house of purchases and seventeen hundred. So that's one space in at saying you know we've done this before we're not inventing something new here and then in another space it says. Governor nicholson was the last governor of jamestown and the first of middle plantation now lynchburg and presented by the jamestown foundation. Thirty one july nineteen seventy four in. That is actually an interesting date because thirty one. July hearkens back to the very first meeting of the virginia general assembly in sixteen nineteen which met in late july early august so you walked us through the foundation sort of going through the motions to track this thing down and revived this tradition. Why did they want to revive this tradition. Well we're coming up on the bicentennial and were remembering a connections from the mother country and the colonies. And i guess you could say with over one hundred and eighty years to think about it. All's well that ends well and maybe circle back and reassert. The pedigree of virginia having the oldest elected representative lawmaking body still meeting in mainland western hemisphere. Today and in truth were not the only american state in modern times to have a mace. So you know let's not be left out. What are the other ones. Maryland has amazed that they use in their state capitol building. Pennsylvania has to maces one for their house and one for their senate. Arkansas has a mace and then Sort of interesting bragging rights go to south carolina one of the original thirteen colonies because south carolina still has to this day. There eighteenth century mace that they had received before the american revolution. So who has the best base. And why is it virginia Well i'm partial to ours. Because i got to hold it once to find out how much it weighed in. There's kind of an interesting story there. Most people assumed in looking at the mason. You would think so now looking at the maze that it weighs more than it actually does It is not solid. It's a series of pieces that are fixed together with a wooden rod serving as a spinal column of sorts for the mace and it weighs between ten and eleven pounds just under eleven pounds. And i wanted to know this because everybody kept saying. It weighs twenty pounds and at one point for about years. One of the sergeant at arms was an elderly lady by the name of fran day tick and people were so impressed to see her taking the mace into the house of delegates was seeming effortless. Ease you know being An elderly grandmotherly looking figure. And she said. I don't think it weighs twenty pounds and i doubt it waste hand and she was right. So you're saying that when and mister pearson. The sergeant at arms asks everybody to get off the floor who doesn't have privileges and wields this big old hunk and weapon that they're empty words because it's not that useful. Well it's it's not that useful as a weapon. Let's clear and which is fortunate. Because none of our sergeant at arms my recollection of ever needed to use the mace as a weapon. That i can tell a quick story. One of our previous sergeant at arms was mr bud roderick and he served in that capacity for about nine years or so and one day we had a group of schoolchildren inside the capital which is a common sight and the guide had just finished talking about the mace. Being once upon a time. You know a weapon on medieval battlefields before it devolved into kinder gentler symbol of authority and power. And about that time here comes sergeant at arms roderick holding the mace and bringing it in the direction of the house chamber in one of the children. Innocently asked him sir. Have you ever had to hit anybody on the head with that. And mister roderick caused dramatically look down and said not yet did he. Hit the kid. No gosh i imagine there's plenty of people that Various sergeant at arms wishes they could it over the years you totally. There's a long list of that you so mark. Apparently the there's a really bizarre story that we don't really have a lot of information about about the mace. This particular that the current mace at one point being stolen and then recovered by scotland yard. Tell us.
"mister pearson" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"Concrete and steel if the steel is exposed and loses structural integrity. The concrete fails instantaneously. That's how fans but determining the actual costs experts. Say could take months or years. Our thanks to sam bracken surf side florida tonight coming up for us. No one is suggesting mass executions. Just a trump worshiping cable network simply raising the possibility last thing before we go tonight is away and is what you watch cable. If you've come to the determination that fox and newsmax have gone soft and don't love trump as much as they should much of programming amounts to a kind of gaslight lounge without the lounge singer or overpriced cocktails. Come to think of it without the lounge at all. Mostly just oh a. n. is getting attention now because of a segment. They aired about the insurrection ono. Not the one on one. Six that attempted to overthrow the results of democratic election. But you may not of heard. The election was stolen from trump. You see with help. From the chinese and pakistanis of course who wanted to install joe biden an office. So you'll see those nice tourist folks on one six word actually trying to overturn and election. It was already overturned back on election. Day see what they did there. That was the premise of pearson sharp. Who then took it further. How many people were involved in these efforts to undermine the election hundreds thousands tens of thousands. How many people does it take to carry out a coup against the presidency. What are the consequences for traitors. Who meddled with our sacred democratic process and tried to steal power by taking away the voices of the american people. What happens to them. Well in the past america had a very good solution for dealing with such traders execution mister pearson sharp. There gave a statement to talking points memo late today saying he wasn't embracing executions but if election fraud is proven then that's treason punishable by death so to repeat no one especially not and is calling for executions to begin their merely suggesting that death is the remedy. Should treason be proven. We are happy to play a role however small in clearing that up this also means democratic insurrectionist can go ahead with those weekend plans. That is our broadcast for this thursday night with our. Thanks being here with us on behalf of all my colleagues at the networks have nbc news good night..
"mister pearson" Discussed on Invest With Clarity
"And commitment to transparency and communication to allow investors to fully understand what they own and why bringing them to clarity in their investments. And now your co host manpower and and mark pearson. Hello and welcome to another with clarity. Podcast with mark pearson. Now we are doing part two part of the predictions. The i went french there. Did you notice that you probably know that we mizzou trilingual or whatever that means so anyway so We're going to dive into the next set of predictions now. I don't know if you guys remember this but we done predictions every single gier in. This is the first time. If i'm not mistaken mister pearson. That we're actually doing twenty because we only we attend last time. And you're like. I'm just going to up the ante here a little bit and get another ten the roaring twenty twenty s and so if roaring twenty twenties right or the as the shorter the twenties. Why not do twenty predictions instead all right. Well we're on number eleven. bring it on. Brother are two number eleven. hopefully we should probably tell people. If they haven't listened to the i ten. They should go. Listen i ten right well. I think we'll probably do from our side is we'll make sure that's in the show notes Said that people can go back and listen to the first one so yeah. We're going to get what we pay you. The big bucks. No i know that's why you're easing Number eleven investors will continue to sell perfectly good companies as a matter of fact. Exactly what's going on today. At the first signs of volatility due to lack of knowledge in conviction in their portfolio holdings another tragedy of short-term thinkers. It's an important one emotions drive bad decisions. Yeah we're holy moses. Are we seeing it. When we're recording this The beginning of march here. Everybody where we're really seeing some really ridiculous behavior Jar in the streets. What's going on. Well i you know as i people like to think that it's A super philosophical deep kind of answer. It's really not it's If everything can't go straight up. Sorry to be so i know. That's so rhetorical. So you're absolutely correct. And i think that that is a prediction that will last for years to come. That people are gonna make ridiculous. Ridiculous moves right. What's number twelve. Investors will continue to limit their potential to be successful by failing to leverage the power of flexibility of strategic cost. Averaging member strategically continuing invested in the business over time friend of mine sent me a text. The other day he was reading about strategic cost averaging he said should win the nobel prize in economics for strategic cost. Averaging and i said that may be the worst thing i've ever heard in my life because smart people get the nobel prize strategic average is just common sense. I mean it's just saying okay. I love this company. Bought it for ten. it's now eight. I still love the company. It's still a great company and by more than eight. I don't think that's nobel prize winning theory but it is important for investors to understand that volatility does create the opportunity to buy more of a great business on sale right and it lowers your cost basis in some situations. That's good and it just gives you an opportunity to really once again. Stick to your knitting and pay attention to only great businesses right and you do it in your 401k..
"mister pearson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"mister pearson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"On Broadway this week and the hilarious successful paramount picture what life it's truly a four bell movie and we urge you all to see it. Tonight we're pleased to present one of the stars of the motion picture. Miss Betty. Field will play Barbara and Henry Sweetheart. As usual, the part of Henry. Aldrich is played by Ezra Stone. The scene opens in Baba's home. It is early evening. Grandmother One Barbara Come yet has he just ask you. Know he hasn't bothered. First Time. This week has been here. Could you come here. Where are you? I'm here in the Front Hall. What is it this time Barbara? Now listen father I don't want grandmother to hear me why don't you want me to? Oh no reason. Father. When Henry comes, would you do something for me? I know it's awful but I've got it all planned. I found out today Henry is seeing an awful lot of constance. Masha. Who told you conscious yourself did. See the fun of even seen together all. That of candy we had Rania last night I haven't any idea. When Henry does come? Would you mind stepping into the room just once or twice and saying George Bigelow to speak to me on the telephone. Fat I won't you I'm just a bit surprise. Barbara wouldn't be so terrible. Would it? Don't you think I'm human arise doping it'd be much better if you got your grandmother mixed up in this grandmother wouldn't approve. Jo No, she wouldn't and exactly what makes you think I do it's for Henry's good father conscious Marshall is so silly Barbara Young ladies don't go about deliberately making young men jealous they do I baked different with you? I refuse candy still ahead my teeth. Somebody's at the door PC yes father well. Practically yes. Well how do you do young man? Wants to Pearson, how are you this evening split and? How is Mrs Sanderson She's splendid. She's not either I just terrible is that you and their Mrs Sanderson Charles. Hope Henry. And asking all he'd been where Henry is Ashi. Grandmother I had to stop for a second and see somebody on the way over Barbara. I'm want to put your hat in that package down I'll put my hat down but I think I'll keep the package. Don't you trust US Henry I don't mind holding it. It only ways to pounds. What's in it? I'll just a little something well. Mister Pearson. How how do you find business? Very Good Henry. My father was saying, would you excuse me just a Moment Henry? Henry I went over to Madonna's today. Is that right and I can't eat one less thing has that right and I can't remember when I went to sleep last. Henry. Well here. Here here's a package for you be careful when you take it at ways to pounds Oh, you shouldn't have done this him up. Aren't you gonNA open it all right. Who did you drop in to see on your way over him Layton nobody in particular? It wasn't constance Marshall. Was it off she want me to do is drop in and say hello. She's a nice girl. Yes father wanted on the telephone is it sounded like George Bigelow Georgia Again Oh. Excuse me. Sure you mean, you're going without opening it. I'll be right. Strange I didn't hear that phone rang Mrs Sanderson. Did did Mister Pearson say George Bigelow? He did George Bigelow. Tell me what you honestly think of George Tell. You truth I don't think of him at all. What do you think of or you can't get me to say anything against them? It's very honorable. You know I said to Barbara only the other day am lady I said I. Hope You appreciate what kind of young man Henry Aldrich really is that right? Yes and what did she say? I forget my oh well. I certainly hope Georgia doesn't call again, George Fine, Mary, Fund. Glad to hear that. Say, as much about south. Don't you think you'd feel better if you went up to bed grandmother when you're GonNa Open that Candy I'm opening it. Can Grandmother Well just to Candy Henry. I didn't even know you were there. Thank you Bergeford. Even if have not, shall we step out onto the Front Porch Barbara Go out there and catch Monja prime you lives for Barbara put on a coat maybe Laura. Yes. Father Phone I. Think it's George Bigelow again my goodness I guess he just thinks I don't have anything else to do skews me him. Must be getting. Death. Henry. You hear any phone ring gnome. With I. Never did don't you do something about it? What is there I can do. What's happening worth having you mean You mean I oughta pound the daylights out of George. He's gotTa him around the Barbara How Hands on. Reminds me hand me that Kenny Gee if Barbara Georgia. I don't see how socking him is going to help any. So it may be a better one it even if he's older than I, am now ma'am. I used to be pretty is any of them and I and I know all the tricks of the trade did you use to fight? When the mandate? Yes. A how these all caravels? No. Ma'am now let me tell you something. If you WANNA make her sit up and take notice on the way to do is to make jokes i. mean when she comes into the room, I don't pay any attention tour I just sit and talk to you well, is that the way they do it in the movies you mean I should make her think I like somebody else I'm telling you not as a grandmother. About as one. Another yet busy busy quake. Yes ma'am yeah. Wanted. This one got knocked. My goodness. George Bigelow, he wants to give me his class pin. Can you imagine such a clean well? Come late is it is going no place I I just told Connie when I dropped in I'd be right back. I'm sorry I didn't tell George could come over. Lunch calling back. Well. Of course. Maybe, I. If he's phone ain't were out. Putting the Lapel your code. Nothing have just a pen economy. She asked me to wear red she get. Her mother had at first. It's an old family heirloom. Let me see what it says. Both the temp. Tick. The the the whole family comes from a long line at Democrats. I'm sorry you have to go Henry home maybe I can stay I'm telling you Henry origin making the mistake he life. Well Grandmother. I don't think we should force them to go. Henry I guess I have to go Barbara Goodbye. I. Suppose we very much from now on. We'll wait why not Oh on the I. Guess as time goes on you won't hum well Audra you're wanted on the telephone how is it? You better go to George. Constance. Marshall She's over at somebody's house wants you to come over? Is that right? I'll answer just a minute is this constance Marshall conce Marshall Nothing, but an N. T. S. what's an T. S. necktie straighter every boy she meets she.
"mister pearson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Find the birds in their living room where Gracie has just finished writing whatever daily newspaper columns all done and one of the biggest problems I've ever written but today's column about all about my wonderful ideas to solve inflation what's your idea well establish a bloody control prices and not let them get too high we have a board like that it's called OPA you mean someone stole my idea yeah yes okay the blood with Kong opiates how do you spell it OPA or initials they stand for office of price administration my goodness did you find out all this stuff there's a leak in Washington why no Max forty dollars put this all in my column last night to see drew Pearson states when it appears yeah should be made all out say you're probably through the phone I can wear himself out working on the same idea and then tomorrow morning he read my column and there you beat well it's good I made a double act out of my home and Gracie let's stop this nonsense you know absolutely nothing about national affairs you just ask me any question about national affairs and I snap out an answer just like okay who is the speaker of the house I don't know next question what secretary swallowing back job never heard of them the brother that's enough and you compare supplement like you passed by he knows everybody Washington who has a job that ally and some Republicans still you're a good mix anyway my account is different than Mister Pearson he only writes political news but I write all kinds even Hollywood gossip Hollywood gotten this little tidbit for my deposit column I think it is rumored about the Hollywood nights by the Clark Gable wears full three years.
"mister pearson" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"United States more of our conversation with Natalie Ferdy got politico dot com on our podcast the weekly and you can listen to it any time on the free C. span radio app or wherever you download your favorite podcast also be sure to follow us on Twitter at C. span radio this is a re air C. span radio programming from Tuesday next following that short break members of the house transportation and infrastructure committee resumed at December eleventh hearing on the safety of Boeing's seven thirty seven Max now during this portion of the hearing a former Federal Aviation Administration and former Boeing employee and other safety officials delivered opening statements before the committee this portion runs about thirty minutes okay votes are pending so we're going to move along right now even as my quick five minutes panel to I'd like to welcome the next panel Mister Edward piers and Boeing retiree appearing in his individual capacity with many years of experience in the industry Mr G. Michael Collins if a retiree appearing in his individual capacity again with many years experience in is regulatory rolled if a doctor my car Ensley president of essay technologies former chief scientist US Air Force former president human factors and ergonomics society and captain John **** president CEO of safety operating systems thank you all for being here today look for your testimony without objection your your full statement will be included in the record and so we will now proceed with your testimony five minutes is best want to summarize Mister Pearson I don't think it's on what was the buttons are have five zero record number graves members of the committee good afternoon thank you for inviting me to testify today my name is that some I would first like to provide my heartfelt condolences for all the families and friends who lost loved ones online air flight six ten Ethiopian airlines flight three oh two your loss and grief.
"mister pearson" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"The secretary special committee we have the investigative activities of this committee as well as the the Senate commerce committee and then also the DOT IG report all of these things including our own internal analysis will help us get to the right answer and that's what we look forward to working with you on the Jetta report really comes down to if you if you take all of the twelve recommendations it really comes down to three things and that is a holistic group approach rather than okay I'll follow this rule you know and and work down work down the checklist more transactional was the word that I use in aircraft design a a more effective integration of human factors considerations throughout the design of the aircraft and not just building the machine and then figuring out how to operate on the and that's simplistic that's not how the process works today but that is an end of the spectrum that maybe we need to move a little more closely to what I've described with a more integrated human factors approach and then there are some some shortcomings that have been identified that I've seen in our various offices within the manufacture communicate with each other and then the entities within within the FAA I think we need to bowls for systems engineering expertise we don't build the airplane we just need to oversee the process by which the manufacturer builds your point and to that system engineering expertise is very important to understand how you know all these these systems interact and then also project management discipline because these certification projects take place over multiple years and if you look at the continuing operational safety of of of a fleet you're talking about a product that's going to be out there for maybe a thirty five to fifty years okay from from the one I interrupt you also I want to ask you knowing that our products will be used across the world often in places that we are not able to regulate how can we continue to improve safety standards across aviation as a whole well that's a that's a great question and something that is of great interest to me again there are ways that we can work through I KO and other ways that we can work out bilaterally originally but we also need to take a look at you know what are the responsibilities when you're when you're on a developing and selling a product around the world not just with for U. S. manufacturer but for all the certification authorities that what that we talked about and how do you take those issues into account and does the manufacturer need to be looking at who the customer as in terms of what the what the what the supporters on I thank them for life I thank the gentleman for sensor and just back for four minutes to the to the terror man you know I can't believe it but I still think this is incredibly critical issue in response to rep Johnson you said the result wasn't satisfactory and again I want to really track how that was utilized in the decision making process because yes you issued an airworthiness directive but that was the month before then you get the terror which is a wait a minute we're gonna lose fifteen of these planes and you just said thirty to thirty five to fifty years but when within thirty five to fifty years and unfortunately was within five months I think was way less than satisfactory it was catastrophic so committee chaired Democrat organs of Oregon representative Peter DeFazio we would turn to a Sean Patrick Maloney thank you Mister chairman Mister Dixon do you know who ed Pearson is I have not met him personally but I know I know of him and you understand he was the senior manager Boeing seven thirty seven Renton Washington plan right yes I do understand you ever saw production for the seven thirty seven final assembly yes and a moment ago when you're responding my colleagues questions you can bring yourself to say that the FAA made any mistakes here I know use different language I think so it's feel better if you show a little more passion for this server so only be another opportunity this I know you knew that he wrote to you the mist appears a roti once in September of but but in fact he wrote you three times Sir he wrote in September he wrote in October any roti in November and I know you just got on the job but he did just write you letters he sent you extensive information didn't answer yeah on on production problems that he identified at the written facility yes so my question to you is heavy interviewed Mister Pearson we have reached out to Mr person to schedule that's not my question have you interviewed one no the way of contacting him yes so I don't know if I'm not shooting he's sitting right over there will you commit as we sit here today the jewel interview Mister Pearson absolutely what you what you investigate the production problems at the rental facility yes have you done so to date I know that there's ongoing activity through our our our oversight Sir Sir I'm sorry that's not good enough you get a bunch of people over here lost love ones come on have you have you to date investigated production problems at the written facility I believe we have I'm not aware of the details well let's talk about that you got any information that Mister Lawrence have you interviewed production line workers a written yes we have how many I cannot give you a specific number we do have open investigations on the production of the seventies it more than five I I would not quota number without going back to my investigators to give you the exact so is present in either of you have any specific information about whether you actually interviewed production workers it ran I mean I I know you say you think you have a nice day to look into it so we're sitting here and here in the United States Congress even on the job for a while now I think it is the most important thing on your plate fair to say right absolutely so so are we going to interview the production workers at the rent facility is it going to be a real thing can get can you come to us and give us some answers to what you're actually going to dig into because we know this wasn't just a software problem right we know as a hardware problem and and you got a guy who wrote you detailed information who who who served at the plant as the senior managers who who served thirty years in the navy before that Naval Academy grad knows what he's talking about couldn't get an answer to three detailed letters he sent you never interviewed him as we sit here and and honestly it be great if you had some specifics on what you've done to look at the production problems at that facility can you shed any light on that for us you have my commitment that we are looking into those problems and we will continue to do so but you don't know what do you you don't know how many workers even if you not if it's not sitting here today no this Lawrence we have interviewed workers and we can provide those for questions for the record afterwards have you we reviewed I'd appreciate that have you reviewed quality and production records from the facility yes we have which tell us about the I'm their ongoing investigations and again we you know we can look at providing additional investigative reports at the appropriate time so you can't tell us anything about whether you've learned anything as we sit here about whether production problems so detailed in great detail by Mr peers in the letters he sent to you now months ago I mean are you aware that for months before the first crash you brought these problems the bones tension you where that gentleman for months I know that there were a yes the concerns raised yeah that's right and you understand that after the line air crash he went up and down the chain at Boeing what the CEO he was the general counsel went to the border you wear that you send them letters to yes all the same things and you know they did they sat on it until the second plane crash that's what happened a bunch more people lost their lives so those pictures are right over there and as we're sitting here now a year later and either of you can tell me whether you got anything specific on the production problems that he identified four months before the first crash so I'm gonna give you again give me another chance Mister Dixon has the FAA made any mistakes here I think that's I think that's evident that we we've got issues that I need to address and that our team needs to address and that we have processes that need to be improved so I would agree with you you can't say that were mistaken well that I was getting your in onion you lived there I don't want to blame other I don't again I claim Sir it's about accountability we're not trying okay again I'm accountable well I I hold myself accountable can you say that the FAA made a mistake in not taking seriously Mr Pearson's concerns in a timely way we are taking the can we are taking all concerns any concerns that are raised we are going to take us seriously and run underground in a systematic way so that we can make the right decisions if I thank the donors question and I would just as very quickly given the investigation which you tell us is on going of the production issues how will that be completed and instruct you in terms of whether or not the plane is allowed to fly and under what conditions allowed to fly in what conditions of inspection will be mandated on these planes before it's allowed to fly we will I'm one thing that I can add is we have retained their reading this certificate issuing their when their certificates and so the FAA will be doing that this time Lawrence it is not going to be part of the following system so we will be doing that ourselves to assure that they are in airworthy condition before any our returns are aren't thank you miss meadows thank you Mister chairman visual arts I'm going to follow up on something that Mister Maloney just shared because I think it's important that we get to the bottom of this is it reasonable to expect that in the next sixty days that you can interview an additional ten line workers at the facility I'm whatever it wherever they investing all right well I'll make I'll make it harder than it was a softball yeah so I'm I'm yeah I'm gonna throw inside pitch bye guys interview at least ten people and report back to this committee do I have your commitment to do that yes you do all right Mister Dixon I'm I'm going to come to you because a you've obviously been advised by counsel or somebody to not admit that yes the FAA made a mistake and and I'm I'm just giving you your counsel is giving you bad advice North Carolina Republican mark meadows did the FAA at some point in this process make a mistake yes thank you yeah yeah my my only again my only I just.
"mister pearson" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Are we have in in engaged Mister Pearson and we are looking into these issues miss rewards may have more more details on this but we take concerns wherever they come from seriously and we have a process for dealing with that with for interviewing in investigating concerns that are are raised by individuals and things that we observed during our own oversight I don't mean to be difficult but I just think to look into it this is the man off I I wanna make I want a commitment from you that we're going to investigate these concerns for this we are doing that in that have my commitment we are doing that thank you I don't have any further comments thank the gentleman representatives final thank you Mister chairman to want to express my condolences to the members of the family here today with you and says guides peace and comfort in as you deal with this difficult tragedy your lives Florida Republican representative ras panel I had an opportunity you several months ago to have a meeting with the a colleague of mine friend who's also a pilot and and flown the seven thirty seven Max and the time he and I I'm not a pilot just riding your planes it's much I know about them but when he expressed to me is there is there was a a periodic briefings that pilots are provided which the potentially provides is essentially a binder that that includes memos directives information that pilots should be aware of as it relates to to safety issues on the planes at their that that they're that they're piloting he told me that this particular issue with the M. caste system was in fact it to his recollection included within that that binder of of things to be aware of all right but that it was kind of buried the bottom of a of a of a stack of such memos okay is I guess my court my question and so from from his perspective is really seems from my perspective as a lay person that yeah of if if you're if you're gonna have a memo relating to an issue of such importance buried in a stack this big are you really providing any meaningful you know direction to the two pilots and so given given that kind of scenario it is that in fact the case can you comment on that appreciate that thank you well I believe thanks for the question the the I think it you know as deputy minister al well had said in his previous testimony it's my belief and I and he shares a that pilot should have known about the system on the airplane and should have been part of the initial training particularly as the design was changed so it would operate more the heart of the flight envelope with respect to information about unscheduled stabilizer trim in the emergency airworthiness directive as Mister Lawrence said earlier that is an extraordinary action I think the last one that the FAA had done was about two years earlier and and in twenty sixteen it is something that should be stamped on top of a rise for head out there so if if that's not reaching the level of prominence that it needs to in the operator committee with that's definitely something that we need to look at it and I would encourage you to do that because a take away that I got my conversation from him is that he was certainly aware of the issue but that the fact that you have such an important memo with regard to an issue of safety is essentially buried it is that that can't happen it seems to me that those there should be issues that should be number one in terms of prominence another question I had for you is that there if there was a question earlier I apologize but are you aware of allegations by a former FAA safety engineer that the FAA's management safety culture is broken and demoralizing to dedicated safety professionals and if you are how do you respond to that allegation well the I want to make sure again on my first day at the agency are emphasize that has this has to come from the top that we need to have a healthy state your reporting culture it's what we demand of those that we regulate I come from the airline business and and the ability to be able to systematically intake or uptake safety concerns is extremely important to the safe operation of an airline and I think it's it's equally important if not more so within the agency so we need to as people raise issues either through their chain of command through their boss or as whistleblowers there also needs to be this middle ground were were able to take in systematically safety concerns one of the things that we need to do a better job of is going back after decisions are made in communicating to the work force how how what all the considerations were and why decisions are being made because sometimes there's a there may be a perception that you sided with this person or that person or this company or you know chose to retain some of the age of the those that's not the right the right lands that we need to be looking at through these things also we want to have a system where we encourage healthy debate as we make decisions you're going to have with other pilots are engineers subject matter experts you want to have that healthy debate but ultimately somebody has to make the decision and in these cases that you're referring to the decision makers themselves are actually experienced technical experts as well thank you okay thank chairman of now representative Johnson thank you Mister chairman I'd ask that the tarom report that you displayed during you are questioning be placed back on the screen and Mister Dixon I'd like to direct your attention to it democratic a Georgia representative Hank Johnson in December of twenty eighteen about one month after the lion air flight six ten crash the FAA performed this risk assessment that calculated the likelihood of future seven thirty seven MAX crashes caused by the erroneous impasse activation is that correct yes Sir that's correct and this is the report that issued from that analysis correct yes Sir actually my previous answer I should elaborate this is looking at all the factors that that went into the action so not only am cash just the other kinds of factors but you would admit that the results show and an acceptable risk yes and that's why correct why the actions were taken in fact just a drastic unacceptable risk is it not yes or at what it's indicating to us is essentially over the life of over about a forty five year period that we would have an acceptable level of risk and so we need to take action to be able to reduce that risk to to to the level that we want so this is so it's definitely an important document that exists within the bowels of the FAA correct all right it is a decision support tool remember that before data like this one question is that this document exists in the bowels of the FAA correct it exists I wouldn't necessarily say with I think we're pretty aware of it at at the highest levels of the day now when did you first the highest levels of the FAA well let me put it like this who was it that took action on this report and when was the first action taken of the first one the first action was taken just about immediately I think is a correct real and so what was the date what and what was the action taken how would you describe how would you describe that so the first action that was taken Sir was the emergency AD even before these forms were completed Lawrence FAA so after this form was completed what was done okay because you said that it was a drastically unacceptable risk and it was this study was performed prior to be easier Ethiopian airlines a crash which my friends on the other side by the way you want to try to impugn that it was the Ethiopian airlines an African airline and their personnel who was somehow responsible for both of these crashes with this hearing is about the FAA certification process and I resent that but getting back to my point here what was done about this report when it was first received by the FAA so again it this is a tool used by our our our board by board that was the basis and the state yeah before this report was even completed it was recognized that we needed to do additional work okay well and what I'm getting to is what was done after this report was generated the for this report was generated the accident was generated after the report was generated is what I'm getting at there wasn't an additional action after this because the action prior to this even being completed was to redesign the system what this report guided the cut the board to look at was how much time would we allow bowing to redesign the system will let me let me ask this question in either one of you at mit to yourselves that the FAA made a mistake in not taking action on this term record of when it was first issued well I would say that this is something that we need to look at very closely and I mean was a mistake made I was in the the result is not satisfactory well shows can't bring yourself to say that we made a mistake and you weren't even there at the time I'm so absolutely this is a part of the process that needs to look at whether it's the data that goes into the decision the decision did not achieve the result that that it needed to achieve now is the fact that the FAA a overseeing Boeing with forty five personnel to fifteen hundred two Boeing does that indicate that perhaps there is a problem with staffing in the FAA's certification process so that we don't allow the fox to guard the hen house to the extent that it happened with the seven thirty seven magic it briefly answers questions time I think that that's something that we need to look at it's not just it's not numbers as much as it is the skill set within the workforce because of that that group that's overseeing the Boeing DA has the ability to draw resources from without the agency very summer the way that a certificate management officer receives an airline thank thank Jim represented Miller thank you Karen the fascio and to all of you who lost loved ones my heart goes out to you I hope you have been able to be surrounded by family and friends and your faith in love and the light that it will bring you it was a horror for you and my heart does go out to you I think this is a discussion and the questions that we've had today from both sides of the aisle indicates how we want to not ever have this happen again it is it is definitely a bipartisan issue because we are all human beings and we all want to be safe and we all I assume we all take airplanes somewhere at some time in our life and there are moments when you fly if you're not a pilot you kind of go over what was that and so moving forward it appears to me that we need more transparency and communication when it comes to creating an international aviation safety standard that does work for everyone it also appears that there are many areas that we need to work on the only way for us to come together to tackle safety is to understand that we need to take a multi faceted approach to the issue and I believe that's what you all are trying to do Mister Dixon can you elaborate on the joint authorities technical review and what exactly is included thank you and appreciate the question the opportunity to comment I agree with you one hundred percent that these issues need to be looked at from a an aviation system perspective and we're seeing a lot of growth in the system internationally and the the U. S. as of early stage is a is a stable which was a growing healthy system but it's pretty mature stable system and and what we do here you know we're we're selling airplanes around the world and you should be able to work everywhere and so the issues that we need to look at may very somewhat but but in terms of the Jetta report I think it's very important understand that the FAA commission that that that group itself but it's sort of like one piece of the pie and it doesn't offer the the complete perspective the perspective from the tab is another as perspective that will inform our future efforts we also have.
"mister pearson" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"You decide to become a member of Manisha air Medicare is a way to pay for your health care and typically cost five hundred dollars less per month for a family versus other health care plans so seriously think about this you can pay off loans paid on a mortgage save the money for retirement donate to charity that would be a big deal but you know what here's the best this is a commercial announcement Nancy Pelosi wants to steamroll impeachment but polls show support for it is dropping now you can vote in news Max's poll asking if president trump should be impeached just text the word rock tonight five five seven seven that's rock tonight five five seven seven and vote immediately in the news Max impeachment poll newsmax polls have been cited by all the major media let your voice be heard text the word rock tonight five five seven seven and remember watch newsmax TV it's real news for real people what we learned from a congressional hearing yesterday there was a prediction of crashes with the Boeing seven thirty seven MAX airliners currently grounded after two deadly crashes business reporter Jessica adding has more on the document making the prediction that was discussed at the hearing with the new F. A. A. chief Steve decks and listen to this exchange when one congressman accuse the FAA of ignoring the whistle blower information I know you just got on the job but it is just write you letters he sent you extensive information didn't answer yeah on on production problems that he identified at the written facility yes so my question to you is heavy interviewed Mister Pearson we have reached out to Mr person to schedule that's not my question heavy interview why no the way of contacting him yes so I don't know if I'm not shooting he said right over there Dixon testified for three hours on lax safety measures at Boeing the agency has been accused of being too cozy with the plane maker thanks.
"mister pearson" Discussed on KOMO
"Whether the FAA was responsive to the concerns raised by ed Pearson a former senior manager at Boeing's Renton plant in fact he wrote the three time sherry roti in September he wrote he in October any Roach in November and I know you just got on the job but it is just write you letters he sent you extensive information didn't answer on on production problems that he identified at the written facility yes so my question to you is heavy interviewed Mister Pearson we have reached out to Mr person to schedule that's not my question the interview well I know that we have contacted him yes Sir I don't know if I'm not shooting he's sitting right over there will you commit as we sit here today the jewel interview Mister Pearson absolutely what you what you investigate the production problems at the rental facility yes have you done so to date I know that there's ongoing activities through our our our oversight Sir Sir I'm sorry that's not good enough he had a bunch of people over here lost love ones come on have you have you today investigated production problems at the written facility I believe we have I'm not aware of the details so you can't tell us anything about whether he learned anything as we sit here about whether production problems X. detailed in great detail by Mr peers in the letters he sent to you now months ago I mean are you aware that for months before the first crash you brought these problems the bones tension you where that gentleman for months I know that there were a yes that it the concerns raised that's right and you understand that after the line air crash he went up and down the chain at Boeing who is the CEO you into the general counsel went to the border you wear that he sent them letters to all the same things and you know they did they sat on it until the second plane crash that's what happened a bunch more people lost their lives some of those pictures right over there and and so we're sitting here now a year later and either of you can tell me whether you got anything specific on the production problems that he identified four months before the first crash so many give you again give me another chance Mister Dixon has the FAA made any mistakes here but I think that's I think that's evident that we we've got issues that I need to address and that our team needs to address and that we have processes that need to be improved so I would agree with you you can't say that one mistake can all that I was sitting here in it's there I don't want to blame other I don't again not claim Sir expandability we're not trying to okay again I'm accountable senator Maloney of New York questioning acting FAA administrator Stephen Dixon during the house transportation committees fifth hearing on the seven three seven Max disasters the Boeing senior manager who says he tried to warn company executives about conditions at the seven thirty seven plant and written testified to Congress today at Pearson says he saw employees being over worked and told Boeing leaders they should temporarily pause production so they could focus on safety when I would mention that I've seen operations in the military shut down for lesser safety concerns I will never forget his response which was the military isn't a profit making organization Pierson recently retired Boeing says it has enhanced its safety focused following the two crashes and that safety is its top priority is for ten into the hurly exterior sports desk now for another update here's mills warts why we talking about golf right now well is a Biggie going on in Australia it's an individual sport most of the time but over the next four days you have team competition between the United States and the international for the president's Cup only the second time in this series the United States team captain is also playing in that guy's Tiger Woods tunnels jokingly cell would be to play captain I was just get started with you know my my come back in a nice you know no one three German since and so it.
"mister pearson" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Seven thirty seven MAX and our friend Cynthia McFadden from NBC sat down with a whistle blower from Boeing someone who worked at Boeing for quite some time was a military man got a job at Boeing was thrilled with it and then got very nervous about was going on in the factory the missed my conversation was sent yesterday by the way she rode the train from Washington to New York so she's a trooper she was talking on the train we talked about a number of things including check out this statistic getting out on schedule yeah some of the time you can imagine the question there's more than putting on the war and your mission sure a culture in which I observed and there are more than she show mad transient stinky error who are being training transaction not just the man in charge seven eight being built at that time and I said you know there's you know we know the Max is grounded I will build seven thirty seven bill during that period that your surgeon what they need thank you Jack what I find white that's all transportation committee he actually made so the one thing you're really struck me to about and this is a big tough guy he was very emotional talking to you and as an incredible amount of guilt about not speaking up sooner or maybe not speaking up enough did you have that sense I mean he said I mean he first letter to the to the man who supervised the seven thirty seven program the first email four months before the lion air passage and he said the day he heard a gun down you know he he wore out and I just thought maybe I could have done more and then after open she actually she writes she all of the company to the general counsel of the country she either white or the more than the raptors every single one of them actual separate email no applause from the board and nineteen days later the second the Max we will it is hard to beat but when he Shane would not say he is not saying that he can went down as a result of problems on the factory floor but what he's saying is we need to know that the leak was Junker software problem he shares you know doesn't mean you lay the full extension what she feels is going on and I and I think you know what he wants more the committee has to say only when she reached after the FAA they basically are thanks no sense and you can't be basically said not our job not our jurisdiction and he never heard back from the department of transportation your name Eric had the does nothing but represent local dollars and he's up in the hundred over the last twenty five years he's taken and Kate bono because he thinks it's so important that people hear what he has to say I in my twenty five year career doing this for a living I've never encountered the kind of regulatory blindness deafness when you go bowling too big dole into big to regulate and only tell you something I don't understand going on here and listen this is a guy who left a job he loved until we didn't and decided to retire in August twenty eighteen another court he gave you said I felt like I was abandoning the Titanic he lives in the heart of Boeing country on the west coast you know yes I it's hard because I have friends and family who you know Mumbai always blowing but I want to hold on to a higher standard so usually public sources stumbled on the side the June catastrophic crashes thirteen other or seven thirty seven maxim had a safety issue now some of the look to being rather I mean I'm not an expert but we look at it some of them may not be a catastrophic nature in one instance a Norwegian airline had to make an emergency landing in a wrong and another the jet lost it right engine upon check off I mean there for instance are accurate and and we've been able to document using public sources that need all occurred she stands the seven thirty seven matches that were produced during this is I mean that's another incredible statistic in what the bottom line is you this what great reporting does gives an opportunity for Mister Pearson to come out and talk about this alerts the company that a lot is known here in lives could be saved so is always Cynthia McFadden my fan right what would be my fandom my for you gets bigger and bigger especially doing this interview on a train this is Megan I'm in another I'll keep talking yeah we could do a whole series of interviews were really talk while you're on the train but let's remind people can see this NBC news dot com best spot right absolutely and you know we we told you it up on our on our Twitter account NBC news dot com and I think it is a feeling fat and meanwhile ed Pearson is the Pearson and we and we spoke of the whistleblower hi Steve in a market outlook for I do hear some of the things you could move the markets on this Wednesday December the eleventh of course we'll see the federal reserve's decision on interest rates today following a two day meeting largely expected that interest rates will be were remain unchanged the federal reserve chairman will have a news conference after that announcement little bit later this afternoon inflation figures for November are due today analysts are forecasting a gain of one tenth of a percent over October they see inflation rising one point nine percent over November of last year we'll see that reported about seven thirty Chicago time this morning so few things that could move the markets on Wednesday December the eleventh or we come back bingo controversy van de Velde and let me remind you as well the market outlook sponsored by seceded back van de Velde they can go contour it's not actually a part of merry but we I have a big a story for you I'll guide five fifty five and the northwestern medicine.
"mister pearson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Two one thanksgiving day right now fifty two degrees in Phoenix weather brought to you by Howard air I'm Bob Maclay on a result as news station gate D. A. RD Ste soon as the news station KTAR news on ninety two three FM get some perspective Bruce A. James and Pamela Hughes you know it's always good to have a legal mind of berry marks in in the studio with us today in for Pamela because this next story is interesting obviously many of you I hope I've been paying attention to the saga of Paul Peterson if the name does not ring a bell he is the current but suspended Maricopa county assessor who is accused of running an illegal adoption ring yeah defrauding the state of Arizona of access dollars not showing up for work and when he did show up for work running is adoption scheme out of the assessor's office other than that I'm sure he's a lovely guy happy thanksgiving Paul so here is one of the new issues though Mister Peterson says he's facing a new hurdle and by the way I actually think he's got an argument yeah so what happened is the attorney general's office seized his assets them and and they said that neither he nor his wife for a lot of cash in any of their assets so they they can't sell property to cancel stock everything has to kind of stay where it is an access bank accounts a right company okay everything everything's frozen right and because of that he can't pay his lawyers right so you're very you're hindering someone's ability to defend themselves now because there's there's almost and again I hate talking legal terms run a lawyer go ahead it's almost a presumption of guilt as opposed to a presumption of innocence we seek your property prior to you being convicted right and and the other side of it is that the court is gonna look at and say you were seizing your ill gotten gains so the money that you've made doing your crime of racketeering stuff isn't it yeah you know they seize the drug lords cars in home right so they come in and they find out you're going to drug lords housing they find a million dollars in cash and three three Ferraris they're taking them who amongst us they're they're just taking them but it is not I mean you're right it's kind of a presumption of guilt and that's the way it was him from listen I like our justice system for yeah most part and I believe that everyone he should be afforded a vigorous defense okay yeah they are hindering his opportunity to defend himself in court and I have a problem with that yet notes on a fundamental level I agree with you in it this is an issue in the law that's been discussed quite a bit like when do you get the assets that you they can't be taken otherwise are hidden or something else and when are you hindering someone's ability to defend themselves and that's that's gonna be the question here as well and it's it is it is hindering its ability he has lawyers I mean this is he's not he doesn't he's not able to a public defender no he had to turn which what what the going rate he was seventy five an hour with more in that format for criminal criminal defense attorney good ones are gonna be expensive really I mean I know I need to start budgeting now berry I don't I'm not sure what the going rate are saving some of that money you're spending on the Turkey but it's yeah there this is already an issue in his attorneys are saying he did they declined issue number one of the cutting Peterson if cutting his access to cash is going to affect his ability to pay legal for the bills his lawyer says that's going to be difficult it's not just a lawyer just travel and other costs and if a lawyer to deal with this stuff all the signs say this is it's a very thin line between protecting the money that shouldn't be his the ill gotten gains and hindering somebody's ability to defend them you know what it strikes me as though and and and I'm gonna I'm gonna look let me broaden this out that it is a tactic that prosecutors use it's a tactic that government uses yeah which is to take you into a corner to strip you of your assets to make it nearly impossible for you to defend yourself so that you cut the deal so you plead what what whatever it is and again I have a problem with that just on a fundamental level I happen to think Mister Peterson is probably guilty of both the things he's been been hard for there's a hell of a lot of documentation that would take it there's babies so I you know it's gonna be hard to say that didn't happen right but you still should be able to defend himself in a court of law yeah there's look there's a presumption of innocence so we're we're kind of forgetting that you're right we're looking at this and say well we don't want to benefit from what from the crimes that he committed but the same time if in this country which which it is this is the way it's supposed to be you are presumed innocent until proven go right why should the government be able to come in and touch anything you own I'm he still you're convicted he's no more guilty of a crime than you or I are right now well as you careful so well the night yeah but it would you but it is and it is it's it's a it's a very big government grab a lot of government power that's being used here to take someone's assets was not been convicted of a crime and also to limit their ability to defend themselves from the allegations of the government it's it it's an issue because my my argument would be if you are saying this Peterson characters guilty of the day is long right yeah and why should I care that they've seized all of his assets any can't pay as lawyers you would only Karen with his you right and that's exactly what you would only if it was suddenly you and let's say you were falsely accuse you vehemently maintain your innocence as Mister Pearson does yeah I mean he's played not guilty all this right why should the government be able to handicap you in defending yourself it seems unfair well the next step here is going to be even more right now they just frozen the assets with Peter since the loan of the next up is a government like the file in civil court for for sure the forfeiture don't get me started on civil for so they'll just take it so before for to drive me up one side yet on the other hand I think it is an absolute farce and disgrace and there are rules in place for the law enforcement agencies that take it get to keep it in addition to their budget they get to use right things like educational way of working which by the way incentivize them to exact civilly for fit as much as possible right I mean we saw that with that with the sheriff's office back in the day and they were there was a lot of that kind of thing so yeah this is look we all get Paul Peterson say boy he certainly looks guilty there's a lot of evidence that we're looking at here but at the same time if we're if we're going to protect the rights that we as Americans have under the constitution is this something that should be allowed right now it is there's no question the courts allow this allow you to freeze it but it is certainly seems as if the courts are saying yeah you're presumed innocent but just in case we're going to do this and this yeah and and and again he I try to be consistent yeah because I I do believe consistencies import I agree end because I believe in that the criminal justice system because I believe that the constitution you know innocent till proven guilty presumption of innocence vigorous defense I have to come down on the side of Paul Peterson my personal beliefs well yet also ask yourself to the need to freeze all the assets I mean are all the assets tied up in this job because they let your some money go for his defense right out of his wife had made his wife's assets they took everything so is that reside over the line but the courts regularly.
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"mister pearson" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"But not forgotten one no come read should ever we let the hotline when eighty year old Edward Pearson pastor Naples Florida no family could be found is a **** worry was brief this veteran has no immediate family all are welcome to attend in the nineteen sixties Pearson was an army private first class he lived alone in a hurricane battered home news of the solitary funeral quickly spread his military family mobilized all the action should be on every day I know you will be remembered for now and ever more some fifteen hundred gathered veterans citizens from near and far as it should be wow it was it was quite an uplifting story when it aired and the way that mobilize himself just to be there for someone who who didn't have family or that people thought didn't have family if you said Florida right yes so I knew there was a twist yeah there's a twist coming it turns out of that listing four thousand people showed up so you know the people are good that's what yet that's your take away from this is that people are good but it turns out that he did have family and he had two sons Edward piers and junior who lives in Pensacola and his younger brother James who tell the story now that dad walked out on them when they were teens and they hated the guy and years later they they were told he was dead so they said they were shocked to find out he's still alive and that the that that they didn't even know about it they didn't know about the death in there what they're going through now is there hurt because they think all these years I kind of talk to find out why he did what he did and why we were lied to and they didn't find out about this funeral until the day before the funeral itself there in Pensacola this is in Sarasota that's a long drive five hundred mile drive there was no way that we're gonna make it they even called the funeral home and said Hey we're here we're out here we like to make it you know can you do it another day and the funeral director well you know says she will call you back what is that sound familiar it will call you back at the funeral director call back twenty minutes later with the statement Mister Pearson died alone nobody was able to locate any family members and nobody came forward and so we we we want to be respectable a respectful of the family's estrangement and we want to be respectful to them so they never brought it up so this whole thing went on with two people five hundred miles away fuming absolutely fuming so you know sometimes you don't you don't want to know the rest of the story yeah you know but this is one of those yeah you know should we even bring it up no I suppose interviewing yeah it is it is an interesting twist to the whole thing of the son's wife the old eldest son's wife says that he was deserving of a veterans funeral and she did want to discount that but this was an individual who for whatever reason convince people he had no family at the same time she says it's heart warming to see people honor veteran they thought had no one the world needs more this she says so she's turning it into a positive is I can't fault them for not knowing his secrets so the folded flag that you saw on the story that's going to be presented to a merry piercing his ex wife will in turn presented to her son who is said I forgive him for what he did to us but I won't forget but what a twist yeah a crazy twist is that in only in Florida twist I don't know of but it's give to the south yeah I suppose so maybe it's baby it's all that sunshine down there just kind of it kind of from fries rice people and why we are the north west you know that way were so cogent and and still together and Hoboken New Jersey a man charged with driving while intoxicated on an electric scooter how could you do that how can you do that in a few beers Indian so is that what it is that's our okay this guy on Saturday was arrested after he tried to ride away from police officer who saw him visibly unsteady and staggering while unlocking a scooter and he got the scooter unlock the Cobb said Hey you know gold up there he jumps on his scooter staggering and leaves down the street trying to trying to get away from cops on an electric scooter what's the top speed of those things if you're going down hill maybe eighteen miles an hour your cops can run faster than that you'd think of first time first time ever somebody's arrested do you why it was good we had that happen here I hear I've heard I can't I cannot recall anything which has a lot of weird things happen on scooters in this test service crash last week yes yeah I think the and now do you eyes are we gonna read think the scooter I was raised on a motorized I don't know is if you're drunk I I told you I was at ringside yesterday and in three people on scooters pull up and walk inside yeah and and they just if thing is they just park the scooters on the sidewalk that it made no effort to put in close to the wall or close to the building so there wouldn't be in any what bodies way would impede them or trip over them these kind of left and right out for maybe they were abandoning them I don't know only one of the valley to park them I don't need scooters two of a place like ring side really were they dressed nicely not me better than I was well it's it's a it's a way to avoid the own you're paying like paying for parking yeah well it's just putting that out of the bed and the valet parking up the up the street where it's free and then you write the scooter into and we feel like after reading a ring side you want to go through all the rigmarole of driving a scooter after that isn't it better just kind of you know you're just so happy and satisfied you just wanna sit the car and let the wheels turn scooters work day what what there's an only important story all Riley coming up here in a couple of minutes on the mark Mason show and then this NBA China kerfuffle this is getting worse by the day just see what happened in Philadelphia fans brought you know free Hong Kong signs and they were kicked out of the seventy Sixers game yeah this like though is like a class in sports management how can you make things worse but will get everything behind what's going on you because up to date on that whole story this hour as well stay with us Hey it's Erin and Harley owners one donation last week I saw a sign at a car dealership that's and hassle free pricing I mean really hassled I can imagine that so me.
"mister pearson" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"They need to pay more attention to what you did only what he did for our country I got you thank you look I don't fault the times for writing this article because it's all new information but I just wish there had been some reporting before hand rather than afterwards afterwards it just to me comes across as cruel he didn't have a living will he didn't even express the fact that he had signs to anyone they had to do the research to find out what this guy was all about and then he walked out on his family when the when the kids were younger should that be something that sticks with you for the rest of your life if you walk out of your family maybe who walks out of their family who goes Hey listen I got my own life to live you take care of the kids seven two seven five seven I want to do five and eight hundred seven seven one one two five it gets even weirder because the kids were told by Mister Pearson second wife that he had died years ago after being electrocuted at work what so they thought their dad was dead for a really really long time until they just found out that their dad was that okay that's intense weird throughout alive who are you I say to go live you thank you I do not alive how can we help you today okay not okay tell me what reason being is he's not here to defend himself.