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Fresh update on "molly" discussed on Eric Harley and Gary McNamara
"Didn't happen, right? And I think it was one of the fact checkers at the Washington Post. Said that she wasn't accurate. So there you go. And and those that took the opposite position, And we all found out yesterday completely false. They lied to you. Month after month because the truth was out there. Mollie Hemingway founded. They didn't care. They took a narrative. They didn't say possibly this happened, They said it did. Happened. I'll tell you where it was allies that I'm surprised now. Chuck Todd tried And if you miss the audio, you can go back on our podcast and Listen to it. We played earlier in the show he tried to, you know, because he had a reporter on that was basically reporting on the IG report. And Chuck Todd really desperately needed this to be Trump's fault. Yeah, but didn't it and the and the reporters? Nope. That's not what the report showed. With the narrative that we believed was true. Was false. It was wrong. I was surprised that there wasn't a greater attempt by the liberal media yesterday to say Well, we can't trust what comes from the inspector general's office or whatever excuse they would try and offer up. In the wake of being owned by the truth once again on something related to Donald Trump. The lab theory and again, the lab theory really isn't even about what's true or not. It's about having a discussion but because it was being discussed by The president and other prominent Republicans, it had to be discounted as bogus. As uh, 10. Foil hat material, and now they have to make the turn on that they have to eat it in the liberal media. Once again, the Afghanistan story it is over and over and over again, These major stories were promoted as the truth. And you could Molly is, I think the exception on the on the photo ops story, Mollie Hemingway really is the exception and commentators on the right. We talked about it, yes, but in terms of journalism and people that wrote the story. Um, I don't know. There were very few reporters outside of Molly. I would have to go find them. There were there wouldn't be many That reported exactly how that story went down what the truth was. And it took all this time and the media now is just Oh, sorry. Um, we got it wrong. I was really surprised. They don't try and push back. But we knew before Mollie Hemingway even did the investigation. We knew it was false when they were saying peaceful protesters because we had witnessed on TV. What had happened the two previous days or in that part of it? Yes, And in the coordination of of creating the photo op and and clearing the streets and Using rubber bullets and and all of this Against what they said were peaceful Protesters that part of it. We was where they were. They were just Lying to the American people. They have the same access that Mollie Hemingway had. 866 90 red eye. The fuel and exhaust systems inside diesel engines work closely together. As a result, fuel and exhaust related issues can be some of the most difficult to diagnose. A symptom in one system can often arise from a problem in the other. Here is a common fuel and exhaust issue. That might not be what it first appears. You're dealing with regions regeneration, a normal shelf cleaning process. Inside your engine is a prime illustration of how fuel and exhaust systems work together. Typically unnoticeable regions occur inside. Component called the Diesel particulate filter or D p F a part of the exhaust system designed to control emission levels. If the fuel doesn't burn completely. The additional suit puts extra strain on the D P F. Sometimes to the extent that it can't keep itself clean enough to operate. When this happens, the equipment can't be used..
How Tech Might Clean up Concrete
"Las vegas hosted. Its first in person in this week. Since the pandemic it's called world of concrete and it normally some sixty thousand engineers architects masons contractors not quite a full turn out this year but marketplace senior reporter. Matt levin was there i asked him what kind of tech he'd been seeing. There has been kind of a drive towards more automation. The construction industry still kind of old old school tech right. It's a lot of manual labor. Which is very intensive. And there's been a labor shortage for quite some time. The pandemic has somewhat exacerbated that and so there has been a drive among toolmakers to try to have some of the more labor intensive parts of construction be automated be done by robots. And you've got some sound of a robot. Alice about j. J. biden is a semi autonomous robot. Kind of looks like a meson bony without a driver's seat with a big hydraulic arm. Sticking up and then the hydraulic arm shoots up into the ceiling and starts drilling holes on. Its own so you load a digital plan of what the ceiling and the environment. The robot is working in looks at and then the robot pretty much takes care of the rest. It was pretty impressive to make concrete. You need cement which is responsible for eight percent of the world's greenhouse gas emissions. Are you hearing much about sixteen ability there so some. I think i was expecting a little more conversation about it. I think it is notable head. The major cement manufacturers their trade group issued a statement in november they pledged to go carbon neutral by twenty fifty at that has symbolic importance. This is not an industry that's known for being the most environmentally conscious. The route to get there seems difficult because some men is inherently a carbon emitting substance
Biden Drops Trump's Ban on TikTok and WeChat
"Wednesday president. Joe biden rescinded a series of executive orders from the trump administration. That had tried to ban the chinese owned app. Tiktok and we chat here in the states. The orders had been blocked by federal judges. Instead the biden administration plans security review of those and other
Massive Online Courses Got a Boost During the Pandemic. Will It Last?
"When a couple of stanford professors founded core sarah in two thousand twelve. They promised to democratize access to higher education. By making courses from prestigious colleges available online now nearly a decade later many of us were thrust into the world of online education by the pandemic. and of course sarah saw tens of millions of new users join its platform some just looking for lectures to occupy their time other seeking new skills in areas like machine learning and data science. Jeff magin khalda is ceo. Of course sarah. He says states like new york and tennessee have also paid the company to provide free courses for their unemployed residents. governments have realized that online re-skilling programmes had a speed and scale and cost effectiveness. That is just not really natural. One of the exciting things after a year of seeing really growing in inequality and many women dropping out of the labor force to take care of kids. Who can't go to school what we've been seeing on chris. Era is the percentage of enrollments especially in stem courses. From women has gone up from about thirty. Three percent to forty seven percents. Almost fifty fifty so women are actually turning more to online learning and as we think about the future of work for states who are about reskilling being able to get your citizens access to jobs. That maybe aren't in. Your state is going to be much more possible with remote work.
"molly" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong
"Experienced a lot of sort of rise and falls and reinventions And the fact that. I'm sitting here right now across from you doing this podcast like it's still just. It's not lost on me. How what an incredible outcome that is. An there is a lot of work and a lot of wisdom that i gained from those experiences and i know from talking to people and observing people that a lot of people have a real hard time changing. Simple habits total reinventions. You know and so it's just interesting to me and it's a calling to me to be able to share at scale products books wisdom Eventually i'd love to have like a technology product known experience that people go through to have these kind of The to start to be able to tap into how much power you actually have your experience in life and over your mind and some that. You're not now. I know i do. I mean i got my customer. No that's not true. That's not true. Took me now. And i was already. I was already well on the road to to hate seeing coming back but just recreating reinventing and plane offense. Yeah like i play defense for a decade right. Fuck was like fuck this. I'm going to get the ball back. i'm gonna play offense and even that was years ghost playing offense but it was only you know nine eight nine months ago that i was like wait a minute. I don't think you're ready to truly play offense. So i am you're there in boise layer in covert Started about covid. We can talk about this. The ripple effect of this thing is going to the tail on it. We don't we have no idea what this is going to do. Societies we're all happy to be out and shaking hands again and go into gains in concerts. Dude it's common. Yeah i agree so you got a bunch of customers. I had so much more. I wanted to ask you a had to go back to zoom. Hell i'm asked two questions at the end. Okay and you already tried to steal them from me. So in the movie So the movies fake. It's a movie. yeah okay. that's mostly real are largely real. But it's hollywood. It's you can't yeah okay. It's a life that's just deleted. Molly this is landscape for the next five minutes is still lances game. You do whatever you can leave right now and go. Do your own podcast okay. So it's hollywood but in the movie there's actual real footage of you that your dad filmed you interviewing you That i'm assuming israel it. Is israel okay. So that israel we're gonna work off what's real next two questions first one in one of the questions you dad says. Who's your hero and you were. What's fifteen sixteen. At the time. I think i was like eleven. Why looked old for eleven. I'm a how creepy am i. Wo- anyways you were young. Maybe i wasn't maybe i was mutual better anyways. It doesn't matter as you say when your dad asks you in the real footage you say i don't have a heroes. Is that still true. Definitely not okay to get into who. They are But definitely not. But the the the answer i gave him his when i become who i wanna be. I'm going to be my own hero. And i think i still have a bit of that attitude like there hasn't been anyone that's exactly what i wanna do. But i'm certainly. I have a ton of reverence and respect and admiration for a lot of people in the world awesome. Okay last question from the same archives here right that your dad interview on film that's in the actual movie you say i don't trust people You trust people now not entirely. I don't have a negative view of of humanity or human beings. I think human beings are very complicated. And i think they're on a case by case basis. i can decide if i trust them or not but i also think that when people violate trust. It's not incredible. It's not totally their fault or the or like an indication that they're bad but if you ask me do i trust people. Probably not but you want to. Yeah that'd be great smalley. Bloom is just met you. I text a lot set this up. I was like. I really think i love this woman. I have this hour and a half. I keep talking ver- note by the hours a fucking..
"molly" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong
"For just the So my today molly bloom. Is somebody that. I've been following a for a long time. Not not backing her days of Of skiing competitive but I watched the movie mali's game a couple of years ago. We've sort of gotten to know each other and kept in touch him. Been trying to plan this podcast for some time. She found herself up here in aspen colorado. This week so we were able to sit down this story. And when i say this i mean this. This story has it. All it has sports it has drugs it has gambling it has violence. It's all of the things that has and here's the great thing. It's a true story so sitting with her. I could have sat most of you. Who know me well. No that it takes everything in the world for me to sit for an hour. I could have sat and talked to molly bloom for at worse. I don't i don't say it lightly this one. This one moved me. I think it'll move you and so without further ado. Please welcome my guest. Molly bloom joy the show Molly bloom welcomed.
Matthew Perry Splits From Fiancée Molly Hurwitz
"Matthew perry and his fiancee molly hurwitz have called it quits. The friends star confirming that news yesterday saying sometimes things. Just don't work out in this one of them. I wish molly the best. They just got engaged back in november pretty significant stake for age difference there by the way he was fifty one. He is fifty one She's one twenty nine.
Matthew Perry Splits From Fiancee Molly Hurwitz
"Matthew perry and his fiancee molly hurwitz have called it quits. The friends star confirming that news yesterday saying sometimes things. Just don't work out in this one of them. I wish molly the best. They just got engaged back in november pretty significant stake for age difference there by the way he was fifty one. He is fifty one She's one twenty nine.
Battling Climate Change and Climate Misinformation All at the Same Time
"So far. Most of our conversations about this information have been about politics. The two thousand twenty election and during the pandemic misleading posts about covid nineteen or the vaccine facebook and twitter have gotten more aggressive about fact checking labeling and even removing its or accounts that misinformed the public about those two topics but now there's growing concern about climate misinformation in some cases coming from a lot of the same sources either denying that climate change is caused by humans. Downplaying its impact or spreading conspiracies about
Michael Isikoff Has An Issue With Barry Meier and The Collusion Hoax
"I saw this this weekend had tipped Glenn Greenwald to put it out in the social media can actually does real journalism. Greenwall picked out this gym these air. This is a former New York Times reporter Barry Meyer. And a liberal reporter, Michalis two coffees on me not have trouble Connemara reporter, but whatever you get the hint This is a fascinating exchange. Let me give you some background. You want to see how we get to group think and how people believe things that aren't true. Listen to this sucker here, a little background on it. So Barry Meyer was a former New York Times journalist. And he wrote this book recently. And the book is about how the whole Russian collusion thing happened. And how fusion GPS these air basically paid spies who were paid to feed information to media outlets that we now know. Was it true, Donald Trump colluded with the Russians? You've heard it all before. We don't need to re litigate the collusion hoax here. It's all fake. Okay, it's made up, you get it. But Meyer didn't expose in his bookkeeper minds Got you sorry for The New York Times isn't right for bright Bart. Conservative Review Bongino calm. He was right for the New York Times, and he's highlighting and sounding the alarm over this. Paid intelligence operation Fusion, GPS and others who are paid to produce political information and then feed it to media. People who run with it. Well, what's the problem with them? Information often turns out to be false. Sounds like a big problem. So it's a cop who's a big lefties interviewing Barry Meyer and instead of celebrating the fact that conservative media My show, Fox news. Other shows out there. Molly Hemingway Home and Jenkins John Solomon, who got the collusion hoax story right that it was a hoax instead of celebrating it liberal Michaelis a cough is more concerned about the fact that right wing media chose to have Barry Meyer despite him having written for The New York Times on their shows. And he's not concerned at all the fact that we got it right and they got it
Facing Bias in Facial Recognition Technology
"Joy willem. Weenie is a researcher at the mit media. Lab who pioneered research into the bias. That's built into artificial intelligence and facial recognition and the way she came to this work is almost a little too on the nose as a graduate student at mit she created a muir that would project aspirational images onto her face. Like a lion or serena williams but the facial recognition software. She installed wouldn't work on her black face until she literally put on a white mask will. I'm we need is featured in a documentary called colleague bias now streaming on net flicks. She told us about one scene. Where facial recognition tech with installed in an apartment complex in brownsville in brooklyn. We actually had a tennis association. Reach out to us to say look. There's this landlord. They're installing the system using facial recognition as an entry mechanism. The tenants do not want this. Can you support us. Can you help us understand. A bit of the technology and also limitations and what i found was the tenants they already had it and it was a question not just about the performance of these technologies. You just it seemed like every group where we've seen struggle that was the group and that was predominant in that building but it was also a question of agency and control to actually even have a voice and choice to say. Is this a system that we want. you know. i feel like there's this kind of double whammy with this technology. Which is that. There's bias built in and because it is fundamentally good for use in surveillance and punishment it feels like it's almost disproportionately being used in communities where it is least likely to be effective or to cosimo's problem. Frankly absolutely here were saying. Is that if it doesn't work in terms of the technical aspect you get misidentification 's you get false arrest and so forth but even if it does work you can still optimize these systems. as tools of oppression so putting in surveillance tolls into the hands of police departments where we see time and time again. The criminalization of communities of color is not going to improve the situation. It just automates. What has already been going
West African Bloc Suspends Mali Over Coup
"Leaders of the West African grouping Echo Watts have suspended Molly's membership from the block following last week's military coup, the second in nine months. Gardeners Foreign Minister Shirley A Yorker Bunch Way, told reporters that the block has called on Marley to nominate a new civilian prime minister immediately. To adhere to an 18 month transition period and to hold presidential elections next February. She said The decision of the group was twofold. To suspend Molly from Echo us, but at the same time work with a course to ensure that the transition is on track towards And gold, which is to return the people of money to democratic rule.
Farm Worker Found Guilty in Killing of Iowa Student Mollie Tibbetts
"A jury is found a farm laborer guilty of the murder and abduction of the University of Iowa stood new vanished out on a run and 2018. The jury on Friday found Christian Bettina Rivera guilty of first degree murder in the stabbing death of Molly Tibbetts. Breaking news and analysis at town home dot
Farm Worker Guilty of Killing Iowa Student Mollie Tibbetts
"First degree murder conviction Friday by an Iowa jury of a man in a 2018 death of a college student out for run. Here's ABC struck Sivertsen facing potential life without parole. The jury find the defendant Christian making that Rivera guilty. Prosecutors say the 26 year old farm worker and undocumented immigrants stabbed Molly Tibbets, who was out for a run in Brooklyn, Iowa, and ditched her body in a cornfield. Rivera on the stand, claimed two masked men forced him to do it, implying maybe Habits. Boyfriend was one Iowa assistant attorney General Scott Brown. There's no evidence that supports that defense Attorney Chad Freeze. Can we tell you who did this? No. Next on appeal and a July sentencing
Russian Hackers Target Aid Groups in New Cyber-Attack
"Yet. Russia appears to be hacking american companies. And also the us government the experts believe and this comes from microsoft and it's their system that got hacked. They should know that. Russian actors have somehow infiltrated an email system. Used by a us aid a us aid agency. Excuse me and then use that to send out emails to companies that vat and other government agencies that agency interact with and planted malware and let access into those computers and hugh go again. I think the really interesting part of this is not the technical stuff but is the fact that after solar winds president biden Took some action took you know small portion of action and said listen. I don't wanna ratchet things up. And i don't want to escalate things and the russians said we're gonna escalate this you sent because And and that's that's we're in a cyber. I hate this tit-for-tat because it's lazy but but that's where we are and that's no good
Changing Venture Capital From Within, a Deal at a Time
"The tech industry like most of america is grappling with its lack of diversity and systemic inequality. The top of that pyramid tech is venture capital. Where it's hard to break through as either a startup founder or an investor last summer venture capitalist alejandro guerrero created a diversity rider for bbc firms. It's language for them to use. In their investment deals it says startup and the primary investor in a startup will make every attempt to include a member of an underrepresented group as a co investor. Guerrero says now more than fifty bc firms have adopted this language as well as a big law firm that made it standard in all its term sheets. Basically the bullet points of an investment deal. Guerrero told us. The point of the writer is to pause the deal making process and think about who isn't in the room. How do we identify diverse coinvestors and create opportunity in room for them on our cab table. These are remarkable people who have gone out gotten highly educated or great jobs have incredible experience just bringing a different
The Tech Industry Promised to Diversify Last Year. Has It Delivered?
"Week marks one year since a minneapolis. Police officer murdered. George floyd the year since has seen national even global protests. Demanding justice for george floyd brianna taylor and other black victims of police killings as well as a racial reckoning in society and business many tech companies came out in support of the black lives matter movement and made promises to make their companies more diverse equitable in a notoriously non diverse industry. One year later. Is it possible to measure their progress. Megan rose dickie is a senior reporter at protocol where she covers labor and diversity in tech. It's hard to know exactly how well they've done because a lot of this commitments were looking at like twenty twenty three or twenty twenty five. So we're still not going to see if companies have really follow through with those commitments for for a little
Federal Prosecutor Hit by Stray Bullet in New York City
"Was grazed by a straight bullet while out at a New York City restaurant. 34 year old Molly Bracewell spend your time putting away criminals as an assistant U. S attorney in New York's prestigious Southern district. But she was a crime victim herself while dining outside of Thai restaurant in Brooklyn Police say a bullet grazed her in the left eyebrow. Another bullet struck a 31 year old pedestrian in the left foot. Two victims didn't know one another, and there's no evidence they were the intended targets. Both will be okay. Police arrested a 17 year old man in connection with the shooting. He's charged with possession of an illegal weapon. Roger
Self-Driving Cars Might Never Be Able to Drive Themselves
"This week. The california dmv said it's reviewing whether tesla is telling people that it's cars are self driving when legally speaking they're not this follows. Fatal crashes that may have involved. It's autopilot feature tesla advertises a quote full. Self-driving upgrade option. One guy has been busted tesla's multiple times for reckless driving. He hangs out in the backseat and steers with his feet. Meanwhile no cars are actually fully. Self-driving yet missy cummings. The director of the humans autonomy lab at duke university says the so called deep learning. That cars need to see the road around them. doesn't actually learn. I can show a convolution. Neural net a million images of a stop sign and it will learn what a stop sign is from those images but if it sees a stop sign that doesn't match exactly those images then it can't recognize it and this is a huge problem because if a strand of kudzu leaves starts to grow across just the top twenty percent of a stop sign that is enough to make the algorithm be dumb and it doesn't recognize it because it's never seen a stop sign with one stranded kudzu leaves across it.
The Future of Ecstasy Plus Therapy for PTSD
"We have staff writer and editor kelly cervix. She's here to talk about the future of md m a this is a controlled. Substance sometimes called ecstasy or molly that has had some success in clinical trials for ptsd alongside talk therapy. Okay kelly how you doing. I'm doing okay. How are you sarah. Good i'm good. Let's start with the recent clinical trial results of md m. a. and therapy that was tested on. Ptsd patients. how did that go. How did that work. So there were ninety people in this study who were revised to get kind of a unique course of psychotherapy. They had a series of preparatory sessions with a trained therapist and then they got three eight hour long experimental sessions where they got either. Md ama or a placebo and then they got this series of sort of integration sessions to process that experience and the results were that two months after the last experimental session the difference between the drug and the placebo groups was pretty clear. Sixty seven percent of the participants who got md may no longer met the diagnostic criteria for ptsd at that point compared with thirty two percent of those who got placebo so this is sort of the the biggest and most thorough study of its kind to really find potential benefits of this drug in ptsd. What are the effects of this drug and people. I think maybe from popular culture people might think of it as something you take in a nightclub. Yeah this has definitely a reputation of a club drug that. I think that these investigators are really trying to overcome and may have a lot of complicated mechanisms and we don't understand all of them but it's thought that many of its effects come from its ability to increase certain neuro transmitters in the brain including dopamine and serotonin and so people sometimes described euphoric experience. Sometimes a sense of openness and sort of a heightened ability for empathy and you can imagine that something that in the case of ptsd therapists might aimed to exploit if a trauma survivors facing intrusive flashbacks in israeli avoiding these disturbing memories of something that happened to them. This drug might give them sort of less. Fearful less judgmental state in which to reflect on and process. What happened to them. That's the
To Solve Big Problems, Sometimes You Need a Contest
"Four years ago today. Charles lindbergh became the first person to fly solo nonstop across the atlantic. One of the reasons was to win. Twenty five thousand dollars in prizemoney. The orteig prize was one of the inspirations for the modern x prize. A competition aimed at solving big problems. The latest one to be announced is sponsored by john. Musk who promised one hundred million dollars for carbon removal technology to combat climate change. Musk's own spacex was likely inspired by the first ever launched in nineteen ninety-six. It offered ten million dollars to build a privately financed reusable spaceship. A new show on sorry is the ceo of the x prize foundation. She says that i prize created an industry. It's they're easy to look at. How many commercial. Space companies existed. How much funding was going to them. You know as an entrepreneur. When i look at it and see how this ten million dollars. broaden hundred million dollars into the teams who competed and then Nine look at the industry that's been created in the level of activity. I think we can Clearly draw a line that will show an exponential growth because of You know just changing the mindset and challenging. What was believed to be possible to this competition. Well it's interesting because ten million dollars of course a lot of money but in terms of seeding an industry it's really not right if you invested ten million dollars with a single company as opposed to planting it as a seed letting all these flowers grow. You wouldn't really have any system absolutely with a competition. You basically don't give the money to anyone until they show you that they have the solution. So you're guaranteed a solution before you spend the money so what better way to really get for you. Want and i think it's a beautiful model of especially when used you have problems that That complex and that innovation has been stagnant and competition can really change the game in those
"molly" Discussed on Murder Minute
"Her family kissed her bones and place them. In baby casket they were advised against cremation in case the remains may need to be exhumed for future forensic examination. The small casket was placed inside a larger one which mali's friends and family filled with letters mementos and mali's prom dress in two thousand four maggie and bishop founded the molly bish sent her and foundation for the protection of children and the elderly which offered assistance to families whose loved ones went missing as part of their work. They provided child identification kits for families taking a photograph and fingerprinting children so that their families would have the information for police if anything ever happened to them in two thousand eight. A new suspect appeared. In the case. When rodney stagger was arrested in florida for the murder of his girlfriend a tip came into police linking the two cases when someone observed that the photo on rodney stanger's firearm card issued in massachusetts looked almost identical to the police. Sketch in mali's case amp that he was from warren stagger had lived in the area for years hunted in the woods where mali's remains were found fished in commons pond and moved to florida a year after her murder. His brother randy drove a white car. Rodney stanger denied any involvement in molly's disappearance currently serving a twenty five year sentence for the murder of his girlfriend in november of twenty eleven gerald battery. Tony was named as a suspect by private directive. Dan molly of massachusetts. Betty stony was serving time in prison for raping a teenage girl in the early nineties. He had been in the area where molly's body was found and also resembled the composite. Sketch of the man that maggie saw in the parking lot after newspaper articles identified him as a potential suspect in both holly and molly staffs. He attempted suicide in prison. His dna was later collected as evidence gerald battiston. He died in november of two thousand fourteen twenty years after her abduction molly bishops case remains open and her family is still searching for answers though arrests have ever been made if you or someone you know has information regarding this case please contact the massachusetts state police at one eight hundred eighty eight nine six seven seven. This has been murder minute. Four true crime anytime. Download the murder minute at or follow us on instagram at murder minute..
"molly" Discussed on Murder Minute
"Her so maggie. Heather and molly's boyfriend went to commons pond. There were no signs of struggle at the scene. But molly's family knew that she would not have just wandered off and abandoned her post and all of her belongings. Molly would never do such a thing especially with no shoes. All of mali's friends were contacted but no one had seen her or heard from her by afternoon with no sign of molly. Her family feared that she had been abducted. The local police called in the massachusetts state police for assistance initially suspecting that molly may have drowned. The state police had the pond searched extensively by divers. The bush family strongly disagreed. That molly could have drowned. Because she was such a strong swimmer after several hours searching the pond and the surrounding woods nothing was found night fell and the search was called off until the next morning at six. Am on june. Twenty eighth the search was expanded. Law enforcement deployed all units helicopters conducted a search and local neighboring communities formed search parties and distributed missing person fliers during their investigation. Police noted that a secluded path from commons pond leading to a nearby cemetery may have been utilized by her doctor they theorized that since her first aid kit had been left open. Her abductor may have lured molly to them by faking an injury. It was then that maggie bish remembered something the day before molly's disappearance as she was dropping her off for work at the pond. Maggie noticed a man in a white car sitting in the parking lot. She described him to police as a middle aged man with dark eyes graying hair and a mustache. He sat smoking in the car. Watching maggie noticed how the man was looking at molly and it made her trouble. So maggie decided to stay with molly forbid and helper set a per station when the white car finally pulled out of the parking lot and left. So did maggie. They thought the man was probably a fisherman and didn't think any more of it on the day of her disappearance when she dropped off. Molly maggie hadn't seen the man or the white car another witness however did. They reported that they saw a man. Matching maggie's description in the ponds parking lot just minutes before maggie and molly arrived. Another witness reported seeing a similar car parked at the nearby cemetery. From maggie's description a police sketch of the suspect was created. Molly's brother john. Junior who had been a lifeguard at the pond didn't recognize him as a regular. The sketch led to thousands of tips and police set up roadblocks and searched one hundred and twenty-five white cars in the area. But no suspect were found mali's boss and her boyfriend were both questioned as persons of interest. But neither were ultimately considered suspect contamination of the crime scene in those first few crucial hours after molly's disappearance meant scam physical evidence. The area was littered with used cigarettes footprints and fingerprints and police had virtually nothing to go on. When investigators looked into the areas known sex offenders. The bush family were stunned to learn. Just how many lived nearby if this many were known to police. How many weren't detectives also looked through john seniors old cases on the theory that someone may have taken molly as an act of revenge against him but they found no-one who held any animosity towards him in two thousand three nearly three years after her disappearance police received a tip from overtired cop. Who believed that. Molly's disappearance may be related to the abduction and murder of a ten year old girl named holly perennial in the summer of nineteen ninety-three. Holly and her brother were visiting their grandmother in sturbridge massachusetts. While she was out taking a walk to see some puppies ali disappeared and only her shoe was found during the investigation and search for holly molly about the same age at the time sent a letter to the perennial family letting them know that she hoped holly would return home safely. I am very sorry she wrote. I wish i could make it up to you. Holly is a very pretty girl. She is almost as tall as me. I wish i knew holly. I hope they found her. Holly's remains were found three months later by hunters in the woods near where she went missing. Her killer was never found since both girls had blonde hair and blue eyes were taken from is elated areas and were in close proximity to each other. Investigators believed that it was possible that they were taken by the same man. Mali's case became the largest and most expensive missing persons search ever conducted in massachusetts the case was profiled on forty eight hours disappeared. America's most wanted and unsolved mysteries in may of two thousand three. A tip came in from a local hunter. He remembered seeing a blue bathing suit in the woods. On whiskey hill in palmer in two thousand two it was an area frequented by hunters. He had got nothing of it at the time. The area was searched by police and a piece of cloth that appeared to be from a bathing suit was recovered. It was the same blue as the bathing. Suit that molly had worn on the day that she went missing. A dna later confirmed that the suit belonged to molly on june third. Two thousand three police searching the area discovered human. Skeletal remains that belonged to someone between fourteen and twenty years old. There are two hundred and six bones in the human body. Twenty six were recovered. Just five miles from the pont. Dna tests confirmed that they were the remains of molly fish. Sadly no other physical evidence was found. That could help. Identify her killer on august. Second two thousand three on. What would have been her twentieth. Molly bish was finally laid to rest..
"molly" Discussed on Murder Minute
"Molly bish was born on august. Second nineteen eighty three to parents. John bish senior a probation officer and magi bish an elementary school teacher in her early childhood. Molly her parents and her siblings. Heather and john junior lived in detroit michigan but when a young woman was abducted in their neighborhood while walking home from work and was later found murdered. They decided to move the bish family left detroit and moved to warn massachusetts a small community which they thought would be a much safer place to raise children in the summer of two thousand molly. Bish was a bright and well liked sixteen year old honor student and accomplished athlete and she was about to start her first job. Molly began work as a lifeguard at commons pond. A local man made swimming area surrounded by a forest. Her older brother john junior had been a lifeguard there and molly took over his position on the morning of june twenty seventh two thousand at nine. Am molly woke too bad news. One of her soccer team mates had been hit by a car while biking to work and was in critical condition. Molly was worried and upset but she had only been on the job for eight days and it was the first day of swim lessons at the pond. Somali decided that she go to work. Molly and her mother maggie headed out to commons pond. At nine fifty. Am they stopped by convenience store to pick up some water bottles their next stop. Was the police station where they picked up the required two way radio. This was necessary as there were no telephones at commons pond. The radio was the only way for the lifeguards to contact police or emergency assistance. If someone needed help just before ten. Am they arrived at the pond. Molly told her mother that she loved her left the car and made her way to her lifeguard post. Just before the first swimmers of the day arrived as the first people started to arrive at the pond. A mother noticed that there was no lifeguard on duty. When she approached mali's station she found her backpack a towel draped on the chair her whistle her sandals and the first aid kit which was open assuming that molly had wandered off with her friends and with swimming lessons having started. The mother sat in the lifeguards. Chair and assumed mali's duties for the rest of the lesson. She then informed the parks. Commissioner and mali's boss and that there was no lifeguard on duty at eleven forty four. Am when molly hadn't returned. Ed coke police. It had been just three hours since she dropped off her daughter at work. When molly's mother maggie received the phone call. She then called molly's sister heather and they rushed to the police station at first. The warren police department didn't take the incident seriously believing that the teenager had ditched work to hang out with her friends. They thought that molly was probably just upset about her teammate. Being hurt maggie and heather visited the hospital to see if molly had gone to visit her friend. But she hadn't been there. They then went to her boyfriend's house but he hadn't heard from her so maggie. Heather and molly's boyfriend went to commons pond. There were no signs of struggle at the scene. But molly's family knew that she would not have just wandered off and abandoned her post and all of her belongings.
"molly" Discussed on Murder Minute
"Her way to her lifeguard post. Just before the first swimmers of the day arrived as the first people started to arrive at the pond. A mother noticed that there was no lifeguard on duty. When she approached mali's station she found her backpack a towel draped on the chair her whistle her sandals and the first aid kit which was open assuming that molly had wandered off with her friends and with swimming lessons having started. The mother sat in the lifeguards. Chair and assumed mali's duties for the rest of the lesson. She then informed the parks. Commissioner and mali's boss and that there was no lifeguard on duty at eleven forty four. Am when molly hadn't returned. Ed coke police. It had been just three hours since she dropped off her daughter at work. When molly's mother maggie received the phone call. She then called molly's sister heather and they rushed to the police station at first. The warren police department didn't take the incident seriously believing that the teenager had ditched work to hang out with her friends. They thought that molly was probably just upset about her teammate. Being hurt.
"molly" Discussed on Murder Minute
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"molly" Discussed on Poetry Unbound
"Transplantation by Molly McCauley Brown. It's the middle of the night I'm just a little loose on beer and blues, and battered air and all the ways. This nowhere looks like home the fields and boarded houses dead with summer. The filling station rotary with the rumor of another place. Castle pace the distance between road and gloaming inexplicably awake, and then the bath tubs littered in the pasture for sale or salvage or secret labor stranger than I know. How does it work again, the outcome alchemy that shapes them briefly into boats and then the bones of great feld beasts and once more into Keenan copper bells before I even blink. Half a mile loud decision bills back off along the margin country songs caught in out of static on the radio. Lord.
"molly" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Standard size of will do I have our dreadnought ons they make different sizes. And they make some that are modeled after Gibson's They're super. Cool. Yeah. I Love Them. They're really like the only new guitarists that I've found that sound cut in the like older guitars. Got It. Got It. All right. I might have to I mean I I love vintage guitars, I have a bunch of guitars. But it, but it would be nice to have one that was that I wasn't really afraid to play because I didn't want to mess it up. Exactly. That's why I started playing new I had vintage guitar at one point and then soul that because it was too stressful. Even, I love all. Guitar. Well I really appreciate it. Thank you so much, molly. and. Take care. You too. Bye. Comes in colors. Calling. CHICAGO. Colors everywhere. She's. Calling. Scene. Sales. Have you. She comes in colors. Calming. Combs. She comes. Gaining complete enjoy overeat..
"molly" Discussed on Therapy for Black Girls
"No. No it was clearly like I go heavy. Hey, Hey! Maybe they go back new from season to. Oh Day old. No, that would be. That would be ways. Feel. And so I like have trouser. rewind that clip to see like. Do I recognize the background of like where they are, but I can't tell if it's. China see. I don't know I don't even know if I have a guess about who it is. I don't think it's Molly I. think that they would like us to think that is molly, but I don't actually think molly. Maybe Kelly. Hill. View on awkward thing with him. You said earlier tonight that you thought it was canola. Listening Drummer. You know they're gonNA. Give us some because this is the season finale so. It's GonNa be something. Hey, in for a whole hopefully just a year this time. Well I don't know I mean given everything with role. No, we don't know how safe it will be for them to record at. Can Record on zone Oh, goodness knows. It feels like all the beautiful shots and cinematography that we love so much. We would be robbed off so. We might have to wait and paste. Yeah. Yeah. I don't I. Really Don't know, but I'm nervous about the whole thing. I mean I might be live tweeting. While I, watch it. Had hold on, or we might be tweeting, but we definitely will be back to do I recap of the season finale. So if there are questions that you have for dining I that you want like they're. Definitely send them to us. You can email them to us at podcast at therapy for black girls, com or you can slide them into idea gms I'm. We will try to answer any of them. You know probably lots of them will be just answered in general conversations, but if there's something that you WanNa make sure that we touch on in our finale recap next week indefinitely in those two. It is Latin him ideas? You better put t FBGA. Exactly what you're talking about because. People slatted mighty house with all kinds of questions. Yes, clearly clearly labeled it to let us know that it's something that you want to have on the podcast. Just go hope for the best is going to be offering. We GonNA hold their. We are not lifting two years next week in that. Maybe everyone will kiss a meka doubt that I doubt that, but maybe it will not be as dramatic as we're maybe.
"molly" Discussed on Secret Societies
"Ruthless killers and assassins and the death toll in school. County were high enough to support those claims around eighteen. Seventy three coal magnate Franklin be Gowan finally acted on Bannon's wishes he set out to purge the molly's from the area and to do so he hired private detective. James mcparland to investigate the Secret Society. According to mcparland he started his infiltration by visiting their local hangouts which mostly consisted of pool halls and saloons. Once he gained their trust and established himself within the community he joined the ancient order of the Hibernians and when he did he confirmed his suspicion. It was a cover organization for the Molly Maguire's from their penetrating. The Molly's was almost easy. It took time of course but slowly almost three years. He learned their names their lives and the secrets of their operation. Most importantly he gathered all the incriminating evidence he could mcparland was so entrenched in the organization that he actually became the secretary of the Shenandoah Division of Mali's from that position he was able to learn intimate details of their plots which included sabotage arson and murder mcparland of course avoided abetting their evil deeds using his insider information. He put an end to every dangerous scheme that came across his desk. He would either warn. Intended targets or use well-crafted diplomacy to convince the Molly's there were other options. Which is to say he saved lives. At least that's what he told. The court mcparland testimony was by-in-large. All of the evidence that the jury had the only real pieces of physical evidence were handwritten hand-drawn coffin notices. They were drawings of coffins with words like this. Is Your House written above them? They were all signed molly. These coffin notices were presented the court to illustrate the intimidation tactics and threats. That the Molly's used aside from that. It was the prosecution's word against the defenses and the accusers. Rhetoric could not have been clearer. The trials were much larger than any individual man's guilt or innocence. They were about sending a message and in a way. That message was a response. To the Molly's coffin. Notices the prosecution maintained quote Molly Maguire's who sat on their haunts rum holes saloons kept by body masters and who they're Cooley concocted. The crime of murder that they who think themselves secure because that they are not in the field of action are just as guilty as the bullet to the heart at the victim in other words. They had to be uprooted. If they weren't they would quote. Destroy the principles of Constitutional Liberty upon which our government was founded. We should mention that. Franklin Gallon was the former district attorney and represented the prosecution for many of these trials. The same man who ran the coal monopoly in the area the same man who paid for the evidence to arrest the man and who funded the coal and iron police that arrested them that Franklin be going as for the Defense. They played a similar case at each trial. Their strategy was to highlight the lack of evidence and plant seeds of doubt in the jury's mind and they did so by proposing some alternative theories for instance mcparland could have been conspiracy the crimes maybe even a molly himself. He was simply throwing his brother. And under the bus in order to appear innocent or perhaps mcparland was a detective. Maybe he was telling the truth. What if he tricked the defendants into suggesting crimes? Maybe even lured them into committing those crimes all to have something to write back to his boss about the most critical moment came when it accused. Molly suddenly altered his story in. May Eighteen seventy six James Kerrigan and five other alleged molly's stood trial for two counts of murder. Initially Carrigan pled not guilty but for reasons unknown. He suddenly changed his story. In exchange for his own life Keurig testified against his Irish brethren and for the state he maintained his own innocence of course but he blamed the other five men for the murders. It was an enormous win for the prosecution. Kerrigan's decision was the straw. That broke the defense's case and their case for every trial thereafter. The jury now had testimony that implicated the Molly Maguire's from an undercover insider and an actual insider but was carrigan telling the truth. According to his wife he was a liar. After James Carrigan sudden. Change of heart. His spouse fanny took the stand entirely of her own accord to testify against her husband. She needed to let the jury know that James was responsible for the murders and not only that he'd act alone. The men he was pending the murders on were all innocent then before the trial ended one of the jurors mysteriously died and a mistrial was declared. All of fannies testimony was erased and when a retrial was held for reasons unknown. She didn't testify again in the end. All five men were found. Guilty of their crimes and hanged. James Carrigan on the other hand walked free and to complicate matters even further. James mcparland the detective. Whose testimony was the primary evidence for the prosecution was said to be romantically involved with James Kerrigan's sister-in-law in the end we know that the jury found twenty men guilty of first degree murder and sentenced them to die their names. Were Doyle. Manley Carol Rory Boyle Duffy Campbell and Donohue to name a few afterwards. The Molly Maguire's disappeared from American history. Which could mean that. The trials did exactly what they were meant to do. Metaphorically cut the head off the snake and leave it to die but we don't think so in fact we don't think an organization like the Molly Maguire's ever existed in Pennsylvania. At least not in the way they were portrayed by James mcparland Franklin Begawan in the late eighteenth seventies to be clear the sixteen men. The mollies were accused of murdering were by no means made up and many of the May have been by Irish miners. Maybe even a few of them by Irish gangs. The distinction were trying to draw. Is that the American Molly. Maguire's were never a large scale underground secret society. They were at the skull and bones. They weren't the aluminum body and they never posed a serious threat to an entire region or to constitutional liberty. I point of evidence. The length of time James mcparland spent infiltrating the Molly Maguire's. He was inside the Organization for nearly three years and still produced no physical proof. He even claimed that he was the secretary of one of their divisions surely he would have come across something he could've used a court and if the Molly Maguire's were as dangerous and ruthless as mcparland claimed how did three years passed without a arrest. Mcparland would only need access to one of their schemes to catch them in action and have them taken in instead. He chose to stop those plans from happening but still managed to use the suggestion of crimes to incriminate the Molly's in court as the defense stated mcparland was being paid to do one thing. Take down the Molly Maguire's from the inside. It was possible. For mcparland to fabricate a reality to appease is incredibly powerful boss Franklin Begawan and gowing had motivations of his own by sentencing. Twenty men to death gallon was able to send a message to every working person in the area. Don't interrupt his business. In fact his message would have been more powerful. If the molly's weren't real every immigrant community and all labor unions heard you can go on strike. You can use all of the legal powers at your disposal. It won't matter I can still have you hang the molly. Maguire's of course were into creation of gallons imagination. They were real secret society in Ireland. Before Benjamin Bannon's fear and paranoia planted the seed of their existence in America like mcparland. Bannon had no evidence whatsoever to support his claims but it didn't matter for the public. He made the real real enough that they were already made. Foil for garments heroism when he needed an enemy to rid from the land. And Sure Ben and may have inspired the Molly Maguire Movement. There was undoubtedly violence in the area but that violence was being perpetrated by other communities. Besides the Molly's other immigrants nativist antiwar activists gangs this no doubt that a group of Irishmen Killed George K Smith and his home on November fifth or that Martin Shakeel. John Reese there were witnesses and they're very well might've been irish-americans to themselves as Molly Maguire's but we can safely assume that the picture that was painted the Molly's in eighteen seventy six and eighteen. Seventy seven wasn't indicative reality as far as Carrigan testimony goes the Irishman who took to the stand. Against the Molly Maguire's. It should be taken with a grain of salt later in his career. Mcparland was found manipulating a suspect into confessing as he did. He referenced. The molly trials and minced no words those who took his advice and testified for the state saved their own neck and went entirely free. Those who didn't suffered maybe the person who gave the most accurate account of the events was fanny Kerrigan. The wife who claimed that her husband James was pinning his crime. On five innocent men. Dat feels true. It acknowledges that the Irish weren't innocent of the actions of a few didn't implicate the whole and the reality was they were living in unjust times. Something needed to change Sherve. Violence is never the answer but even if the mollies were real they were just a symptom of a much larger problem. Maybe the trials of the Molly Maguire's should be examined as a case study in human behavior. Our tendency to blame the symptom and not the source the source being in this case a system that took advantage of poor to the benefit of Franklin be Gowan. Maybe the real people to fear. Are Those men that have the power to affect meaningful change but choose greed instead the ones who pin blame on vulnerable communities in order to create division and to distract the lower classes from rising up. Fear is their power but as Benjamin bannon illustrated. But they don't want you to know is that they fear you far more than you'll ever feared them. They fear a revolution..
"molly" Discussed on Secret Societies
"To stand the American Molly Maguire's it's important to get an understanding of the land where they first took root circumstances that gave rise to their power mirror those of Ireland prior to the eighteenth century the area was occupied by the La- noponte native American tribe around the mid seventeen. Hundreds European settlers arrived in the area. They called it. Saint Anthony's wilderness. The name is indicative of the untamed seemingly untouched nature. The area part of its appeal was it's untapped. Resources like anthracite coal in seventeen forty nine a handful of proprietors paid the Lynagh pay five hundred dollars the equivalent of roughly twenty thousand dollars today for a title to land that included the majority of the minds by seventeen seventy eight. The La- Napa were driven from the region entirely and competition amongst miners really began the coalfields of Pennsylvania spanned seven different counties and covered four hundred eighty four square miles in the northern region the coal could be procured with comparative ease to over simplify. This was due to the anthracite. S- position within the earth itself large companies flocked to the northern coalfields most for railroad corporations who mined coal as both alternative income stream and to quite literally fuel their operations. The southern regions were mined by much smaller operations by eighteen. Seventy there were one hundred sixty unique minor businesses in the South compared to the twenty five major corporations in the north. Ironically those twenty-five corporations would have been better equipped to handle the complexity of mining the lower mines as is often the case our wealth bought them ease. The smaller scale. Enterprises were faced with significant challenges. Of course this disparity also meant that. The businesses in the north could afford to pay their employees more immigrant. Workers were typically the ones willing to work for the meager wages in the self many of them of course Irish. The area was defined by a struggle that plagues America even to this day. Individual Enterprise against corporate dominance small versus Big Business Affair Free Competitive Market verses a monopoly in the early eighteen seventy s one of the twenty five companies from the North expanded their operation. The reading railroad run by a man named Franklin be going then in eighteen seventy three. The American stock market crashed causing the panic of eighteen. Seventy three as the economy crumbled Lou. Collar workers lost their jobs by eighteen. Seventy six fourteen percent of Americans were unemployed. The only people who weren't feeling the effects of the crash were industry. Titans like someone who wrote around in luxurious cars as people starved. Even after the panic Gowan purchased tens of thousands of acres in the lower coal regions over only a handful of years. The one hundred sixty operations in the south became thirty six. The economy gave him an excuse to hire fewer workers for lower wages. And even if well paying jobs came into the region demand was so high. They rarely if ever went to immigrants but in America. The Irish weren't without some form of support. A trade union had been formed in eighteen. Sixty eight for mine. Workers and its creation was driven by those in the South. So it only makes sense that it was here. In the lower coalfields of Pennsylvania that the Molly Maguire surfaced their stronghold was located in Skull Kill County and before long kill is exactly what they would do but it took time before they could make an impact on companies like the reading railroad at the height of the Pennsylvania. Molly Maguire's the population of the county was around one hundred twenty thousand people. Roughly fourteen thousand of whom are Irish immigrants. Almost half of the total immigrant population the earliest American Molly Maguire's likely hailed from the counties. Mayo and Donegal and spoke Irish this similarity. The Irish Molly's is sometimes used as evidence to suggest that this society infiltrated America. But as we've said the significance is negligible. The fact that they were Irish speakers is important because of all the immigrant populations they would likely be considered different. Outsiders the most other and that difference gave rise to discrimination which came not just from employers but from their co workers with all types of backgrounds. Even other immigrants. We may never know what words were exchanged. But we do know the repercussions assassinations. One of the first crimes attributed to the Molly Maguire's was the murder of two Welsh. Mind Superintendents Morgan Powell and John. P Jones allegedly because they favoured Welsh workers over Irish and afterward fighting between the Welsh and the Irish took to the streets in the form of gang warfare. They acted out one of the core values of Mali's protect your own beatings petty crime and murders made for a tumultuous environment in and around school. Kill County the molly's may have been in a new country. But they're standing and their struggle were the same. As those embodied by their Queen Sigh of all-talk and the sheer number of single Irish women who became the heads of their households in America was overwhelming. Irish immigrants were forced to band together to support women and their children. Suddenly fighting for the survival of Queen size became much more literal. The fight to put food on tables had become a fight for workers rights the American Molly. Maguire's transformed into an underground miners coalition. They did with the Irish. Molly's had done for farmers. And they did it nearly eight years before any legitimate labor union was formed in Eighteen. Sixty eight when the miners formal unionized. The mollies and the union shared many goals but they had different visions for how to achieve them as with all secret organizations. The Molly's had the benefit of not being subject to the laws the politics and the red tape of traditional society. They were their own law. The next decade and a half catapulted the Molly Maguire's to fame the term molly. Maguire ISM became what white boy ISM had been in Ireland synonymous with Rural Labor violence in practice they enacted mob rule large groups of men armed with shotguns rifles and muskets. They attacked intimidated and killed those who stood in the way of their vision of justice. Hand-drawn notices were posted for their enemies to see pictures of coffins with warnings on them. Be careful or this will be your house. They walked a fine line between vigilantes and murderers morality and sin and in the end during a long and vicious trial. Sixteen assassinations of Public. Figures would be pinned. On the Molly's it would result in the hanging of twenty of their alleged leaders. Thousands of Irish emigrants gathered to honor them and the service they provided to their community. Most believed they were innocent. Why will there's one theory that could undermine everything we think we know about the American Molly? Maguire's that they never actually existed at least not as they've been portrayed. Some historians believed that American authorities had heard of the Irish Molly Maguire's and they were used as a scapegoat for various crimes when they needed to pin blame on someone or something. The Molly Maguire's became a convenient bit of fiction which isn't to say that there wasn't organized unrest amongst the Irish the coalfields of Pennsylvania. That much we know is true. But we're the twenty men killed in the late. Eighteen seventy s really leaders of one of the world's most secret criminal organizations or were they innocent men hanged for crimes. They never committed killed to cover up the inadequacy of the area police and to send a message to the real perpetrators. This ends now next week. We'll try to get to the bottom of that mystery. We'll take more in depth. Look at the activity and crimes that occurred in the coalfields of Pennsylvania will also explore the trials that sent us. The Molly's supposed leaders to death all in an effort to discover what's real and what's not in one of the world's most secret secret societies..
"molly" Discussed on What's Next! with Tiffani Bova
"I hate feeling powerless and so I just realized that it was the truth and be it was the only way forward and I desperately wanted to be back in there. I did not want to be where I was which is in no man's land and nobody wanted to talk to me. Everybody whispered said she's done. You know like even like even my parents support as they were. They looked at me. Like what do we do for you know? I hated being in that position. That was like for me. That was the absolute worst case scenario of life so many lessons in this whole thing like I love the just as the marketer and salesperson your ability see opportunity and delete into those experiences and you know take that athletic Fire you have in your belly and use it for you know what you focus on like whatever it ends up being whatever it is today tomorrow ten years from now you know. I have no question you set your mind to it. It will happen right because you know kind of what you are. That's why you're like. Oh this is what happened in this one I did. I'm like yeah. Is Anybody listening? Surprised if that's what you did. I'm just GONNA go to New York. I know no one and I'm going to figure out how to make an APP and then and then I'm going to have the feds come and knock down my door. Like what else would have course? That's what happened when you're the master. Disaster happens we'll so let's let's end this on a positive volley so sense. You know all that has happened. Obviously that's not the point you so much more defined you but you know what are you. What are you doing now? What what good people think to hear from from you know molly coming forward from this point from this point on so when I when I got really clear and I I got sentence and I didn't have to go to jail I was like okay now. Put put on your entrepreneurial. Catholic never have before and figure out the way out in what Was the uniqueness of the story and so that's what led me to write the book and then to basically hunt down Aaron Sorkin to see if he would be willing to to to right the movie and I just believed like when I looked at where my life was reputational damage millions of dollars of debt And basically a tabloids had been reporting this as though. I was like some girl a tight skirt you know instead of like the fact that I built one hundred million dollar business with nothing and and was also financial armed for it so I just knew I needed a rebranding campaign and I really thought that book movie would do it and it did. And so now I am. You know. I'm just leveraging the opportunities that have come from that and so I'm writing another book about reinvention From the inside out because not only that I have to change completely. The the extra light headed changes internal I was in a really dark hopeless place for awhile. It's identity deep dive into neuroscience into meditation into twelve steps into all these things and I really successfully changed Myself from the inside out and then also from the outside. So I'm writing about that. I speak a lot Also developing an APP that sort of takes the the the like loneliness of self help out of it Connects you to your community of people which was paramount for me and also sort of gamified program of action. So I'm very at this point in my life I survived. The fire. Came out the other side in. What's super compelling to me is helping other people that are that are in it So that's well. You know super thrilled to hear that. You're on your second book. Can't wait to read that your pal. Aaron will be interested in doing somewhere that again. I think you only get one movie by Your Life. Yeah maybe life you you are. Molly Blow My. I doubt to get that done if you want to get it done of but it has been a pleasure while speaking with you. So so how can people find you? Online or twitter instagram. Or you anywhere. They can most active on instagram. I'M MOLLY BLOOM. Is My instagram. And then also. I'm on twitter as Wellington will fantastic will molly. It was just such a pleasure so much fun of this conversation. I'm so glad we were able to have this Cup of coffee remotely from Yes endless five. Thank you for joining us today and Molly. Thanks for coming thank you. So how much fun was that podcast. I could've gone on for another half hour to just talk about all the things. I forgot to talk about like the fact that she never had women sitting at her poker table and she said because women are too smart to drop two hundred and fifty thousand dollars on a single game of poker but there was so much more we could have gotten into. I hope you enjoyed that conversation with molly bloom as well all the little lessons in there about experience and owning your name and being seen and heard and remember what you're going to stand for and also what you're not willing to do and sometimes you might be in a bad job or work for a boss. You're not doesn't appreciate you and it's time to just walk away but I hope you enjoyed this episode of the. What's next? Podcast is at New Bova. Please don't forget to subscribe these comments sharing your friends. Join US AGAIN. Next time.
"molly" Discussed on Sports Criminals
"With a different set of wealthy mostly Russian players. These players had endless financial resources and were no doubt involved in shady dealings but bloom chose not to look too closely at the source of their money. They were a means to an end in early. March of two thousand eleven. A few hours before one of her big games bloom received an ominous phone. Call the voice told her not to go to the game that night and hung up bloom assumed the call was from one of her enemies trying to break up. Her game may be editing. Or even gary she chose to ignore it and continued getting ready but the call was soon followed by message from one of our players reading the text brought her entire world crashing down the FBI had raided. Her game. Bloom was in a stupor. She had never considered the authorities threat. It seemed like they were more concerned with the Ponzi scheme than a poker game but reading the text again. She realized she had been very wrong. Heart pounding and filled with fear that the F. B. I was going to crash through her front door bloom instructed her driver to take her away. She was so terrified that the only thing she could think to do was go home. Go back to her family in Colorado. When she arrived at her parents house she collapsed in her mother's arms and wept. The next morning bloom discovered that her bank account listed a balance of negative. One hundred thousand dollars. Her assets had been seized by the government as part of a broad investigation into organized crime in New York City. In particular the feds were looking at the wealthy Russians who played in Bloom's game bloom laid low and Colorado for nearly two years while the investigation went forward. She knew there was no coming back at thirty three years. Old Time had finally run out on her poker organizing career. She needed to move on with her life so she went back to the city where she had started at all Los Angeles on April sixteenth. Two thousand thirteen bloom woke up to the FBI outside her apartment waiting to arrest her. She had twenty seconds to willingly surrender or they would kicked down her door. Bloom was instantly surrounded by a dozen. Fbi agents in full assault tire. They let bloom get dressed before handcuffing her. She was now officially under arrest. She was flown back to New York City where she and thirty three others including editing were charged with various crimes bloom was charged with operating illegal gambling business. Initially Bloom wanted to fight the charge and pleaded not guilty when faced with the consequences ten year prison sentence in millions of dollars in fines. She realized it was a losing battle. Bloom chose to accept the charges against her. He was resigned to her fate fully believing she was going to prison for years when it came time to hear her sentence on. May Third Two thousand fourteen thirty five year old. Molly bloom feared the worst. The judge however showed some kindness to her. She was sentenced to one year of probation two hundred hours of community service and a two hundred thousand dollar fine but she also had to pay back taxes to the IRS. On every dollar she'd made through her game editing. Meanwhile received five months in prison and was ordered to pay two million dollars in restitution bloom's Memoir Molly's game was released. Two and a half months after her sentencing and became a best seller when Hollywood executives approached her with interest in turning or memoir into a movie bloom demanded to meet with Aaron Sorkin in an interview with Rolling Stone Sorkin after meeting. Molly said he'd never met someone so down on their luck. And who seemed so confident. Bloom saw it as a compliment. Sorkin went on to write and direct the film adaptation of her Memoir With Jessica chastain and the starring role. The film went on to Gross. Nearly sixty million dollars a respectable amount for a Hollywood movie but chump change compared to the amounts that once regularly pass through bloom's hands in the years since or criminal conviction the now forty one year. Old Molly Bloom has worked as a business and entrepreneurial motivational speaker and she's reportedly still millions of dollars in debt to the IRS. Thanks again for listening to sports. Criminals will be back next week with a new episode or more information on Molly Bloom in addition to the many sources we used. We found her autobiography. Molly's game to be extremely helpful to our research. You can find all episodes of sports criminals and all other parkas originals for free on spotify. Not only to spotify already. Have all your favorite music. But now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy all your favorite podcast originals like sports criminals for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream. Sports criminals on spotify. 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"molly" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me
"I absolutely horrified monkeys. I had a dream when I was maybe seven years old. That one told me off of a boat and bit my a hand and it was just after I lend race was and I was so scared that this monkey had given me rabies and I've had these everlasting fear afterwards that like whenever I see yeah monkey I'm just like terrified I'm really scared of ground. B.'s the thought of walking through my yard and stepping on a patch of dirt. That's a Beehive Beena or whatever they live in. Is it really freaky streets with. No median are around me all the time and I hate them the scary things in a whole because anybody could cross into the wrong lane and then just totally like take out my prayers. I don't like cars really scared of developing allergies. I worked in restaurants before where people have developed allergies in their later. A years. Unlike can't eat eggs. What are you supposed to eat if you can't effect scared of being alone being along sucks Like I don't like to be at low tonight and I don't like to be alone during the daytime. I don't like to be alone for a long the time I was just driving around people like every second. Disappointing my dad is really scary. Because he gets look in his eyes kind of like a sad. Poppy and my dad is like a great guy. Like my favorite person in the whole entire universe and I'd never ever would make him fat loving someone someone more than they love. You also really scary not feeling socks a lot Public places are the worst now. I don't feel safe whenever I go out. Because like you see like all of these mass shootings talking and it just feels like it can happen anywhere. I can never actually leave from that from other people. I have a little brother and he drinks a lot. That really scares me. I don't want him to drink and drive from alcohol. Poison you for anything bad happen about him. And I'm really scared of taking the personalities of people like who am I and is what I am a result of people around me kind of like an on that show parks and recreation. I like when she's dating Andy. She works flannel no and then she started dating Chris and then she job all the time and she gets really exercise like I like that. I don't WanNa be like that. That really scares me..
"molly" Discussed on I Burn Everything
"Hey guys this is I burn everything I'm Steven Nelson and we are your house warning it's early we did an early Morning recording due to schedule a call that pop-ups life problems. old friend of mine yeah very hilarious person so funny actress improviser podcast it's molly hockey let's talk to her okay Molly Hi hi morning molly it's me good morning molly good morning and night meeting morning molly this morning Molly Smart Morning Steve This is a rare occasion when we record in the morning trying to beat the heat trying to knock it out we got some afternoon commitments popping up nonstarter dishes editions coming in at the perfect time for audition sure I'd like to drive to Santa Monica Oh shit I was gonna say you're gonNA drive out to the past four days I've driven to the west side Damn I look I cannot complain no but I would like to you are I can't complain at all because my is exercising wow that's nice what kind must be lucky you get to exercise must be nice he liked points clouds days fixing the bag yeah it's back issues Kurtz today does woke up with back pain former machine okay stricture bodies class highly recommend I started doing it this year and was like wow what a difference it super pricey no relief past class molly this is not an advertisement clasby no not really drop your patriots or you're just have somebody get in there Oh ja patriots dot com forward slash sperm casts I oh my gosh ten and I have to tell us tell us about sperm cast this is I mean we're GonNa Strip mowers molly hi in pilot Platt plus get our class class at has plus Kathy Plassey Casper mattress not another sponsor yet but we mentioned acidly out on accident asleep better trying to live better to casper mattress maybe I have cast have a sponsor no sperm have a sponsor okay well he hotels a little bit about your show okay I'll tell you what sperm Cassius firm cast is my search for a sperm donor okay and in every episode I interview potential Sperm Donors Okay but we've we've passed that point you found one yes found a sperm donor can you tell you everything I can tell you as much as you know or as little different than finding the it's very different than finding a relationship partner right Oh yeah so what are the what are you looking for what did you what did you what did you come upon with these guys how did you find out what did he figured out I guess I could say that I did I'm not having given up on looking for a man in a romantic sense but it's completely separate because I'm forty now and I I gotTa have my priorities straight I've always wanted to have a kid and I can find a man at for twenty life yet but if I want to have a kid I have to do it now so what am I looking for a donor yeah what did you what did you settle on donor were what were you like this lawn you know what a better way to say this season three now so I'm GonNa tell you season one was the search K. season two was the insemination okay and then I'll tell you what season three wasn't in a minute or is in a minute so but so let's see I picked my donors in season one two guys K. and they were my friends and I picked them because they were all for it like hesitation they weren't awkward out and weird about it yeah they were like I I would love to help you molly there's why wouldn't I do this for you it's an easy thing to do and I mean of course we're both good looking and wonderful people so that helps that helps a lot yeah and I just I I love these guys didn't know one of them as well as the other one yeah every Tall Yeah Yeah Utah I am telling I did grow up around a lot of tall people There's you know a societal like a societal yeah recall morning word what's the morning word advantage morning moe the morning versions of us are having trouble finding the right words I'm using on night all honestly it's my whole version of ever but I always see when I grow up I wanna be six feet tall oh yeah just be so nice yeah yeah and also it's just like you get your close enough. like you know around five ten maybe like five nine and a half day a couple more inches would really really tip the scales really turn things around and when I grow up I want bigger boobs k. k. what's is like a big beer or small see maybe all right but air like big a and now which is part of the reason I want to get pregnant really do we just become much bigger they grow like a size or to even just have them for nine months a year yeah I just want to know what it's like to have guys look at my boobs and not my face no rush faces in your beautiful of a beautiful face baby's going to have a beautiful face in the morning it's mornings face morning face it's local they usually have creases from like sleeping face down in every every skin person is like never sleep faced out on your pillow sleep like this and doc I can't sleep unless I'm face down my so you found a donor okay yes so yeah I had I had a lot of ups and downs is on the way to in the beginning of the podcast because I started the podcast knowing on you to do this but not knowing how I was going to get to a point where I could do it and I needed a lot of I don't know I just I sort of in panic attacks mad dog passed away it was like really nutty nutty year last yeah and I broke my leg and while I was laid up in bed I was like okay I know it's most important to me and then I'll just became clear in the night just after that pick my donor and said let's do this so I'm a I'm a two of the guys and then end of November only had them all tested the two of them all of them for what genetic genetic testing STD's and sperm analysis even allison and then and then I decided they were both great specimens ron both okay with me using alternating between the two okay so I started in November great and then and then I started so that was the start of season two insemination yes and then I got pregnant did you know this no I have pregnant and I had a miscue aw no you say no you ask yeah you have to put bad comedy yeah wow I'm sorry sorry K- it's not okay it sucked sucks certain common and I knew it was one more right it's one in four and then when you're at forty it's thirty seven percent so I have a lot of friends who have had them yeah and a lot of people have before they have successful pregnant yes so in in some sense it's it's a good sign that I can get pregnant my body knows how to get pregnant yeah but it's also you know devastating yeah even if you know the stats it's still you're still not prepared for the hormones and yeah yeah and are you trying again so now I'm trying again we're in season three okay starting over yeah now I don't have those donors anymore why they have like different life circumstances that we can't okay sure yeah yeah but they're they're not able to do it anymore new donors so now I'm I mean I I never wanted to go to burn bank because I wanted to my child to be able to know who their father was yeah before they were eighteen but I don't have time and I'm over it and so now I'm going to sperm banks and great doing nothing rive already shopped and I have already tried twice now at the doctor using intrigued insemination were they put it straight into your uterus and that's it are you waiting to see if it caught currently waiting period well feels like a spoiler maybe oh this is very exciting well you don't have to say any thing but I'll be excited and actually just had my third yesterday okay great well we're there's no we're knocking on wood when you know when you have the perfect dogs they will always bark when you knock on the door on anything anything I learned recently a friend who decided not to do it but he he got it in his head he's like a super interesting do but he moved to La one of the first conversations we had he came here to work for a tech company and he's doing great the the cut to now thing is he just got married off of like the first bumbled eight he ever win big tall guy we're talking we're probably sixty I bumbled not fair it makes me mad when I excited but also mad when I hear stories like that I'm like you own one day and then you have spend or why would he read been previously married and he he'd been through it but then he just met someone cool I met her she's great anyway rewind and he just moved here and it was like starting a cool job it was I think I wanNA help a lesbian couple conceive a child and I was like Whoa cool that's cool and so I when I met him he was like going through the process we're just Kinda sussing out info and he's like yeah and then he told me about the three different kinds of insemination Pi in a and we don't know PA partial insemination and natural insemination and artificial insemination partial so this is crazy okay so I just figured maybe you would know because you're so India maybe we should just read it terms but it's like so artificial insemination is you know took quote unquote Turkey baster horrible horrible Wade describe it excuse me what come in a cup and then you put it in put it in a syringe yeah in the beginning natural insemination are you actually have sex and I'm end up partial donation which seems wild to me which is the dude is like in this thing by himself and then puts it in Yeah Oh snap Pi worship how yikes which I'm like I don't under- at that point like maybe it's just so it's slightly less intimate but apparently that increases that's like people are likely to I mean I haven't that is research myself but he told me and my job was on the floor is like why crazy I've never heard of before Pi but like weird fantasy land immediately to your in separate rooms yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah running your hand excuse me excuse me just land daughter it's very weird very I can't really figure out how that's set up but you're pushing through a crowd of people do the child died I love it there in a crowd for some reason to an airport Oh yeah that's good no you're going to get on that plane oh gosh very involved like I didn't realize that my daughter's we're going to have to do so much but if you want to get the timing right it's best if they inseminate three times per cycle and twelve hours apart oh wow like you get your peak on your ovulation tests and do one then and then twelve hours later and then twelve hours after that they need to hold off twenty four hours or forty eight hours before their first insemination wow so you're really putting them through the ringer well we're you ring any actual dating while you were taking your and are are you doing now I try but I don't ever like anyone I feel the same way yeah there have been moments of like also mad horning us too because your hormones are different right I guess I guess and then there's sometimes when I mean there's a weird confusion and guilt about like can I put semen in me and then have sex with somebody els and Arnaud it's absolutely it's really have a lutely is no problem warnings. TV's digging to turn honest yeah that's like having just like a few casual partners you know doesn't seem big of a deal I know yeah well I had my last I you I I didn't tell the guy that I a guy that I had at an you eye since last time I saw him and I told him after and he was he was not he was not happy really care I didn't like anyway my gosh it seems really weird seems really weird that a man would care like why would you care sounds like not a fake unlike pretending he cared or something weird I don't know I haven't seen him since yeah feels right it feels about right why would you wanNA see again I don't know I feel like I mean although he was great okay that makes a dip pinterest well at the time he was a three peat but then I think maybe we just finished yeah those things can just end after three yeah like a lucky number three's two and now this happened at two in done earlier this year a really fun not a fit you know truly not it was mutual we both like no no no and then later we haven't we ran into each other and like we had a weird couple of tax and I nick neutralized just we just don't speak anymore which is fine with me and I was walking do we don't live in the same house walking down my own street very very close to here meeting a friend two nights ago and I'm like listening to music just kind of jamming out doing some leg drumming and your dream on your thighs or whatever and you're always rubbing.
"molly" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
"Molly she's like you komo baby baby baby thank you the shape of you ninety four nine these never one in music oh me the good old days now these.