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"How the crime is divided the ones close knit town where it occurred four years ago to find out more. Listen to the pike to massacre on the I Heart Radio apple wherever you get your podcast Come Stand. Morris NewsRadio 6 10 W. D. Ah. Few thunderstorms may move through this afternoon, otherwise mix of clouds and sunshine with a high of 91. Partly cloudy overnight low of 80 and some afternoon thunderstorms to wrap up the weekend on Sunday tomorrow with a high of 93 well that dates around the clock on South Florida's severe weather Station of the Weather Channel's Jeff Mar, a news radio 6 10 Coyote Another 200 for dead from the Corona virus in Florida. The state reports a total of more than 9300 deaths. Since March, Florida has had nearly 570,000 cases. Overall, Researchers in Sarasota want volunteers for a covert 19 prevention trial. Sarasota Memorial Hospital is conducting a clinical trial testing whether an experimental antibody cocktail can prevent infection by the Corona virus. They need healthy adults who've been in close contact with an infected person, but have no symptoms of the illness. The trials lead investigator says this and two other studies should prove whether the lab created cocktail is effective that both preventing and treating covert 19 I'm Riko show early voting for the August 18th primary election ends this weekend. Some counties close early voting sites Saturday..
Poll: Biden Expands Lead Over Trump
"Non starter presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, and his running mate Kamala Harris, today signed the required documents to receive the party's nomination. Party's convention begins next week. The latest polls are indicating Joe Biden is stretching his lead over Donald Trump. Bloomberg's Amy Morris has the latest numbers. The latest NPR PBS NewsHour Marist poll finds Biden leading president Trump 53 to 42%. With a margin of error of 3.3%. But a Fox News poll shows the president closing the gap on Biden from a 12 point deficit to only seven points behind. Still, more than half of those respondents, 54% say they do not approve of Donald
Charities Struggle to Serve, Even Survive, Amid Pandemic
"During Times of need nonprofit organizations often jump into help. But now with millions of Americans out of work and donations, dropping many of these charities are themselves having a tough time making ends meet? It's an issue Wall Street Journal Senior Writer. Betsy Morris has been covering betsy first. Let's talk about where's the greatest need He S I mean right now there's a huge disparity in where dollars are going when it comes to nonprofits many food banks can't keep up with all of the. Funding that they're getting. You know also the work that they need to do, but they're really getting a lot of funding right now. And so is interestingly crisis. Nonprofit. Disaster Relief. So there's just a ton of money going toward say vaccine development or medical research, communicable disease research suffering right now are all the nonprofits that do kind of the their normal social service work. So taking care of all the the people who. Have lost jobs or about to lose shelter you know the arts have suffered a lot and. So. Yeah it's it's really unequal right now and betsy is their risks of groups will fold and are looking at innovation to help clients or raise money. Many of them a percentage of them nobody knows exactly how many probably will fail. But in the meantime yes there's a lot of there's a lot of innovation going on right now there's one little nonprofit in New York that basically is all about jazz and they can't have their performances they they. Help support young musicians. They can't do any of that right now. So what they've done which has been interesting is they just had a series of. You know kind of virtual concerts by individuals, jazz performers who were who are really kind of famous and very interesting. The Multiple Sclerosis Society had like many others in the spring had their annual walk series of walks around the country to raise money. and. They were able to raise less than half of what they would normally raise what it's doing now though is a real. Bike a thon comes now and into the fall, and normally that would all be in person part of it can be in person now, some people really on their bikes but but part of it is they've made it virtual so you can stay at home. Your Peleton or whatever you know. You're stationary bike is at home and they've been able to allow you to hook into what all the other riders are doing and have these events, and so it'll be interesting to see I think they're they're hopeful that that will be you know we'll raise probably not everything that they were able to raise last year but they will do better than half for sure. I think they think maybe two thirds of what they raised last year and the need is constant I mean obviously. Sometimes it will fluctuate but. But the bottom line here is at the neatest constant it is constant and these little organizations directors will say you know even though we're not allowed to have our. Tutor kids at our community center or. Counsel them if they're trying to kick drugs or alcohol. We're not meeting right now but we know those kids you need the services and probably even more than ever so and that's true of. All of the different people. And problems that these nonprofits grapple with. So just looking to the future what's the plan of? Attack Woods their business plan or is that just still up in the air like much of life these days I, think the business plan is to if the virus has affected, how they can get to the people they serve they've created all sorts of interesting ways to try to do that. New Ways. And in many cases, it can't be zoom. Because of the you know a lot of people don't have great, Wifi so but in terms of the funding. It's there are a lot of them who are doing quote unquote scenario planning. You know if we're able to raise as much with our our virtual fundraiser, then we can provide these services if we are not able to. Then we go to scenario be which is. To cut I, mean many are having to lay workers off lay off staff you know if. They'll figure out new in different ways to get the services to the people who need them,
As Pandemic Hits Colleges' Finances, Small Town May Be Affected Too
"Has been devastating college finances and some of them are even on the brink of closing. What does that mean for college towns? Frank Morris of member Station has this look. Att one rural college community. Lots of towns across rule. America are in steep decline, but tiny Sterling Kansas is an island of vitality. Ah, pleasant Tuesday evening, a local gospel quintet entertains folks spread out on lawn chairs in a large tidal park. This town is anchored by Sterling College, a private evangelical Christian school, founded in 18 87. College senior Cuyler calmly calls it one big partnership. There's just so much overlap in community supports the college to college supports the community. You know, you just see how everything's intertwined. This remote town of 2200 boasts good schools, white collar jobs and a healthy downtown. College students, faculty and staff breathed life into the place, same as they do for hundreds of other little college towns across the country. But students left here in March and they haven't come back. Criminal justice Professor Mark Tremain is worried. I think the bottom line is we've got to get students back to campus. If we're going to survive. I think we have to accept whatever the risks are and do it. Starting college depends on about 500 students paying up to $26,000 a year tuition and another eight or nine grand for room and board. Sterling College President Scott Rich says the school like many others, scrapes by from year to year. We're always dependent upon enrollment always depended upon that next year, always dependent upon persistence or retention. We have to get students to come back. And we're dealing with a lot of challenges. Most schools now face daunting decisions. Scott Carlson follows the rolling crisis for the Chronicle of Higher Education. I think some of the people I know are looking at hundreds of college is going out of business within the next several years if this pandemic continues, and if the economic devastation associated with it continues, small liberal arts colleges have been shaky. For years, Enrollments have slumped down mints have been tapped. Many schools have piled on debt in a building fueled by competition for students. Most offer classes online, but online classes don't pay the bills. Most small schools survived by providing an expensive high touch in person College experience, and Carlson says the pandemic is shredding that business model. These colleges are Unique little entities all on their own, and each one of them provides a unique spin on higher education At Sterling College. The foundation is Christianity, but football is came. Workers here putting the final touches on a big Jim classroom in office complex. Many students enroll here for the chance to play college sports. It's a major selling point. About 1/4 of the students attending in person are on the football team. That's right 1/4 but sporting events could be major vectors for disease. And Jed Miller, who's finishing his degree it's early online next year, says That's another vulnerability. If Cove it defeats the athletics season this year. It will probably defeat a lot of small colleges and as a result heard a lot of small towns. Badly. While small college towns tend to be some of the healthiest communities in remote rural areas, the colleges those towns depend on now pose a physical danger to residence. Christina Darn hours a family practice doctor in sterling, the college probably is the most dangerous. Element for us in terms of covert. Shit. Potentially brings back students from all over the US who have variable levels of exposure across the country. Small colleges and college towns faced the same dilemma over opening, but not everyone thinks that's all bad. Richard Price at the Clayton Christians and Institute argues that the pandemic will lead to better online classes and more equitable schools. The traditional model. It was originally for the landed elite. And it wasn't sure all genders. It wasn't for all races, and that is slowly getting phased out. Along with some older business models that aren't fitting well, and price thinks many small colleges will adapt. Lots of them have cheated death before. There's no question the pandemic will close a number of American colleges and unravel small college towns along the way for NPR news. I'm Frank Morris.
Persistently High Unemployment Claims Point to Slowing Jobs Market
"And we get another reading on the economic fallout from the virus today, with a government releases data on weekly jobless claims. Hey, with Morris Bloomberg Economics correspondent Michael McKee. Jobless claims rose at the end of July, the first increase in 14 weeks. The surgeon covert cases during the months leading many businesses that had reopened to close again. And so while Economistsforecasts, a downward trend will resume, they still see claims in the same range well over a 1,000,000 Google search data for unemployment benefits, which provide a rough proxy showed searches increasing this week. Continuing claims, which have reported with a one week lag, also posted their first increased since late May. Both factors point to a weakening recovery in the labor market that may be reflected in Friday's July jobs. Report.
Water Rescues Reported as Flash Floods Strike Philadelphia Area
"Well, Montgomery County saw some of the heaviest rainfall in our area. There were 110 emergency calls her water rescues. Some people on Conshohocken had to be evacuated because of flooding. And there was a report that someone got swept away in the school. Cool river. We get more from K Y W. Suburban bureau chief Jim malware, among them many emergency calls. Someone of the spring Mill train station in white Marsh Township, said there was a person swept away by the Scougall River Cruise search the fast moving and swollen Scougall for hours but didn't find anyone. Rescue crews were called to help people from cars stranded on flooded out roads like in Lafayette Hill, where Bill O'Neill watch. Two cars get stuck on Germantown Pike near Joshua rode a bunch of cars coming down the road to him. Didn't make it. All the trucks and abuse made it. But those guys didn't so they had water rescue come out to get him for a neighborhood along Wosik and creaking pen. Lynn, where ends or Rocko says she watched rescue crews pull neighbors from their homes. Fireman Taking people out in rafts, which was really very surreal. Just a ton of water in Conshohocken. Some homes and businesses along the Plymouth Creek had to be evacuated, including Bob Morris Auto Shop Down the lane. And we're underwater. In addition to the flooding, Montgomery County had tens of thousands of power outages with treason. Branches taking down wires
'On our way to Mars': NASA rover will look for signs of life
"Has launched its most sophisticated Mars rover to the Red Planet yet status check. So Atlas Go center Go! Morris, 2020. The rover is a car sized vehicle with cameras, microphones, drills and lasers. CBS News Space analyst Bill Harwood details the mission. The person various rover is the most sophisticated lander NASA has ever built, designed to look for signs of past microbial life across an ancient river Delta. For scientists say water once flowed into a 28 mile wide crater is going to collect rock and soil samples is going to leave them behind its specific locations, and they'll be recovered later. NASA hopes and returned to Earth. If that wasn't enough was included. A small helicopter will attempt the first flight on another planet.
Mars Is The Place To Go This Summer
"Okay Joe Palca. We are talking missions to Mars. Let's start with the United Arab Emirates which launched its probe two weeks ago. As you said, this is the country's first mission to Mars Yup and the probe is called hope and it will arrive in twenty twenty, one and twenty twenty one is a big year for the U. E. as I'm sure you know Emily Kwong I do not Joe Palca, but you're going to tell me why, yes, I am a because it's the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the UAE which was established in nineteen seventy one. So the morality leadership was eager to do something. Something to celebrate and a mission to Mars seemed like a great idea, Joe, that is a pretty splashy birthday present. Yes. That's what I was hoping for my fiftieth birthday, but I didn't get it. But seriously, that's just one of the reasons that they were going to Mars, it's partly to celebrate, but I talked Sarah Murray the deputy project manager and science lead for the emerets Mars mission. The purpose was not only to get to Mars by twenty twenty one and have vowed scientific. Data coming out of the mission that is unique nature and no other mission has captured before. But more importantly, it was about developing the capabilities and capacity of engineers in the country. Interesting. Yeah. Sarah says that the country's leaders wanted the you A. to develop a more of a knowledge-based economy and building a Mars probe provided a focus for expanding the country's technological capabilities. Okay. So Sarah mentioned the unique nature of this mission. Joe Tell me about the probe and what it is designed to do. It's about the size of a small car in weighs about a ton and a half, and it has these solar panels that look like wings essentially an and when they're spread out, it's about twenty four feet wide and when it goes to, Mars it will go into a really unusual elliptical orbit that will take essentially over every point on Mars. Once a week, it's providing us with full understanding of the changes, the weather of, Mars. Throughout an entire Martian day and throughout all the seasons of Morris throughout an entire Martian year, which lasts roughly two earth years. Wow. So they're really trying to get a comprehensive picture of the Martian atmosphere right and it's not just over time. Here's David Brain. He's part of a team of scientists at the University of Colorado Boulder collaborating on the emerets Mars mission. The three instruments that are on the space craft will help us measure the atmosphere of Mars from the surface, all the way to space. which has really been done before with other missions and that's very cool. All right. Joe, I know that China's mission to Mars has been a bit shrouded in secrecy. Here's what we know that it's name is teen win one which means questions to heaven. But one of the most notable things about it is that it includes an orbiter, a lander Andrew Rover. So a spacecraft that orbits the planet can land on it and move across the surface. Right? Well, it's really it's got three parts. It's all pushed together for the trip there, but then they separate. The orbiter of course stays in orbit and does remote sensing of the planet, and also will serve as a radio relay station for the mission on the surface, and then they'll these two things together, Land Rover, and then the rover will drive down a ramp and explore around the landing site. So it's an interesting mission, and I think it's a little hard to say China is not obviously in the same category as. As NASA terms of look what we did look over here, look do this we you know there there are a little more circumspect about how they do their missions. But the scientists I've talked to say this is a very serious interesting probe and it puts China in a really interesting position because only one country has successfully landed and roved round on Mars. Can you guess which country that is Russia? Now it's a It's the U S. of course, Russia did actually land a probe. It's a question of whether to call it a success or not because it only sends signals back for a few seconds. So technical success, I guess but not a very interesting mission.
Deliberate flooding could recharge an Idaho river
"The Henry's Fork River in southeastern Idaho provides water to nearby farms and at the major fly fishing destination. But as the climate warms, water, levels in the river are becoming less predictable. Sometimes, water is plentiful. But earlier snow melt and more erratic rainfall can lead to shortages later in the summer when the water's needed most. Christina Morris is with the nonprofit Henry Ford. Foundation, she says one way to help. Balance out these highs and lows is to capture water when it's abundant and use it to recharge natural groundwater reserves, we flood, agricultural land, or like a pond or a lake, and allow that surface water to infiltrate and percolate down into the aquifer to raise the water table. Models of the Henry's fork show that if the returned location is close enough to the stream, much of that water will seep back into the river later in the season, where it will be available to farms and fish, we found not when you recharge within a mile of the river than we get ninety percent of that water back into the river, so she says it's one promising way to store water and maintain stream flows when water is needed most
Bronx man who put New York Police Dept. cop in headlock under arrest
"Man is under arrest for allegedly putting a police officer in a headlock. Last month, 28 year old was Nell Men's Wila faces multiple charges, including felony assault. Venzuela allegedly grabbed the officer who was trying to arrest him as onlookers on the corner of Grand Conquerors and Morris Avenue cheered Video shows the officer in a headlock being punched. Manuela is being held on $15,000 bail.
AP-NORC poll: Nearly half say job lost to virus won't return
"Over the return of lost jobs is fading. Bloomberg's Amy Morris has the latest from Washington. Nearly half of Americans whose families experienced a layoff during the Corona virus pandemic now believe those jobs are lost forever. A New Associated Press Norc Center for Public Affairs Research poll finds 78% of households with a job loss. Thought that loss was temporary. At the beginning of the pandemic. Now 47% believe that job is not coming back, and that adds up to roughly 10 million workers who need to find a new employer or a new occupation.
Philadelphia Phillies, Fans Gearing Up To Finally Open Season On Friday Vs. Marlins
"The Major League Baseball season starts tonight. It is the eve of the Phillies first game and We now know more about what they plan on doing both on and off the field. Little these, Dave, you ran breaks down what you're going to see for the opening week at Citizens Bank Park Healthcare workers from the Morris Children's Health system, and Jefferson will be featured on cardboard cutouts and seat. The cut outs are 18 by 36 inches there called Phillies game faces soon You'll have a chance to buy a cutout for $25. If you're a season ticket holder, or $40 for the general public net proceeds will go to Phillies Charities. Meantime, Joe Girardi said Zack Wheeler is scheduled to pitch game to against the Marlins Saturday. His wife, Dominique had a healthy baby boy earlier this week. Vince Velazquez go Sunday and Jake area Monday against the Yankees. I think when we came here approximately three weeks ago, none of us were sure if we were going to be able to get to this day, and I think the fact that we have is a credit to everyone in Major League baseball and the efforts that everyone has put in To get to this point. So now there were at this point. Let's not mess it
Roger Stone under fire for using racial slur in radio interview
"Over the weekend with Roger Stone, one time advisor and self proclaimed dirty trickster for President Trump Stone was speaking to black radio host Morris O'Kelly on I Heart Station Ko Phi in Los Angeles. He was heard muttering. A racial slur. After all, Kelly had asked him a question and then responded here. Yeah, I was. I was talking and you said something about Negro, so I wasn't exactly sure. Our did not Okay. You're out of your mind. You're Mark Roger Stone recently had his sentence commuted by the president. He was tied up in the Robert Mueller investigation. Stone is now a free man. A 20 in Boston and
Woodbine Revised 2020 Stakes Schedule Starts Tomorrow
"Colony. What's being? Was Our industry starved the week presented by Stuart. Morris Equine Forum tomorrow morning, eight to ten am eastern time serious to nineteen excellent to a one stream it live horse racing radio. Dot. Net all right up at woodbine couple of stakes, races, tomorrow, Mile, and a sixteenth greed, three trillium on the all weather up there We. Get a field of eight phillies and mass. To Go The eight and a half furlongs. This was a tough one. I thought body. There's a lot of wage going here. Yeah I'M GONNA take a little bit of stab here. I'm I'm wondering. If number one super escape can steal this race. To me. It looks like she's the only true speed in the field. Maybe number seven another time WHO's shown. Very moderate speed at times, but I think if they break evenly. Super Escape is faster. She's been sprinting. Relax too I think she's better routing than she is sprinting. In fact, she's two for two on non turf surfaces. Atta Mile and a sixteenth including one for one on the all weather at Woodbine. She's got the inside post I think she's going to get out and go and her good racers good as anyone else. She's ten to one on the morning line one. I'd be most afraid of is number. Three art of almost Herat Field Emma Jayne Wilson Mason last time out. On the turf at Woodbine and She's run well on turf, or on the all weather axes been in the money, all four starts on the all weather at Woodbine, so I would expect art of almost to be the one who's closing most at super escape. I'm an both of them, but super escape at ten to one interesting. Nice price is price even better prices being at home The Keep in mind by the way the seven another time cross entered in the royal north, so we'll see where trainer Barbara minshull decides to run her daughter of money. She's cross entered in the very next race. That will talk about a minute or so here Like you I wanted to go a little bit of a different direction here I'm GonNa take the six painting for Josie Carroll. Who stretching out of for the first time old for races have been sprints. She's closed nicely. And all those Frenchies by distorted humor out of an AP in the mayor can't imagine a stretch out. It's GonNa hurt her 'cause probably bring her into the race a little earlier as well I I I thought she was a little interesting in he I. Don't know why she hasn't been lot that bugs me. All know why she hasn't been long yet in her career, but I will I'll try and get painting turns Josie. Carroll trains dollar store. Store, Jim, the six painting from me in the trillium race number nine grade to royal north six furlongs. On the turf, the outer EP Taylor Turf Course. Again. We'll see what another time does she to one in the trillium? She's five one of the morning line in this royal north we had a field of nine depending on graduates. And I leaned a number five sister peacock once again thought she might be the speed of the speed. She's got a win. Third Place Finisher tour credit in two tries on the turf at Woodbine.
Darkened duty-free shops are fueling a worldwide chocolate glut
"Before Cove In 19 there was a global shortage now, due in part to the slump and travel, the deficit has turned to surplus, according to Bloomberg reporter Marvin Perez. Locally that man is being heard in many places, in particular in airport duty free shops and on cruises, where you would typically get a couple of placing appeal at night is not happening. Morris says The postponement in cancellation of events such as weddings has also reduced demand. Partially offsetting those declines has been an increase in in home. Chocolate demands were baking more home. They're making more chocolate cakes at home, and I have helped some companies like her. She navigate the situation. But chocolate prices are not falling, Perez says some major cocoa producing nations of raising prices to boost farmers incomes, and that's forced chocolate makers to swallow a bitter pill. Paying more for their key ingredient while being unable to charge consumers more. Larry Kowski Bloomberg
Authorities continue search for Naya Rivera
"California, rescuers are back out searching for missing glee star Naya Rivera and now new video that fateful boat trip, Joe Fryer has the latest. Security camera footage released by authorities shows lake pyro beckoning is Nyah Rivera and her four year old son arrive Wednesday to rent a boat soon. The Pontoon Departs Rivera and her son. The only ones on board when they did not return three hours later, the rental company went searching. And one of the. South and come on happened. Authorities would quickly discover. It was a young boy, Rivera's son sleeping in his life jacket. We've had no indication. After, talking to her son. That Miss Rivera made it to shore. So the focus of our search, efforts are in the water. At this time, investigators say Rivera likely drowned, but it's unclear why answers may not come until her body is found in an autopsy is performed. Thurday search teams scoured the murky. California lay coping defined the thirty three year old actress divers say in some areas they can only see two feet in front of them under the water. It's it's a lot by feel. There's a Lotta shrubbery in in sticks that we have to break through the water. Where the boat was found is about thirty feet deep and filled with vegetation. If the body is entangled in something beneath the water, it may never come back up. One of Rivera's Co Stars on the show Glee was Heather Morris, who tells NBC News She would remind me in moments like this. That God has a plan for everything is the search continues urging everyone to stay strong
Montana court blocks ballot collection law
"This is national native news I'm Antonio Gonzalez a Montana court has blocked a ballot collection on the state which tribes a native advocates say restricts the right to vote for native Americans Yellowstone County District Court granted a preliminary injunction Tuesday halting the. Montana Bala Interference Prevention Act Tribes and native vote. Soon saying the law would disenfranchise native voters, especially those in rural areas by ending the practice, a ballot collection by vote organizers who transport ballots to tribal election offices, native groups and British Columbia to fight on after a major legal defeat as down, carpenter reports the Supreme Court of Canada has dismissed an indigenous appeal of the Trans Mountain pipeline of all the dismissal. Dismissal came as usual with no explanation from Canada's highest court, and a now effectively upholds a lower court decision, approving the project as sound was also the last known legal option to overturn federal government approval of the project government leaders say they worked hard to accommodate concerns that native communities had, but they welcome the court's decision, saying it's an important project for. For Canada but several first nations in BC say they will keep the fight against the Trans about pipeline expansion, going chiefly at George Wilson is with the sale with tooth first nation, it is a major setback for a reconciliation in reduces consultation to a purely procedural requirement. George Wilson says the ruling is not the end she will consult with their community before deciding. Deciding on the next step, other opponents say they will continue to push back some vowing that the expansion will never be completed. Government leaders say the project will provide nearly forty nine hundred jobs, and will triple the amount of Alberta oil, flowing to terminals on the West, coast, and then by tanker to overseas markets for National Native News I'm Dan Carp Chuck. The US Supreme Court's refusal to reinstate water crossing permits for the keystone pipeline puts construction on hold as environmental studies are conducted, an attorney says those studies should have been done years ago Victoria. Wicks reports a Montana. Federal Court ruled in May that the US army. Corps of Engineers use of a fast track permit was insufficient for oil and gas pipelines. Judge Brian Morris's decision applied to all new oil and. And Gas Pipelines in the country Morris isn't junction nationwide permit. Twelve was affirmed by the ninth circuit. Court of Appeals last month, and the corps of Engineers then asked the US Supreme Court to overturn that Decision Doug as a senior attorney with the Sierra, Club. He says it's important to note that both higher courts have now affirmed Judge Morris decision in the K. Excel case there's no doubt so far. Far In either the ninth circuit opinion or the supreme. Court decision that that ruling was cracked. So you know we're confident that that the night circuit will find the same on appeal. Hayes says the core now has to complete a thorough environmental study for the K. xl before it can be built I'm Victoria wicks in rapid city. South Dakota. The United National Indian Tribal, Youth Organization or unity has gone viral. Viral this year and light of the ongoing pandemic. The gathering continues this week as Christine Trudeau Reports Unity Executive Director Mary. Kim Titlists says as native youth continue to play a vital role and tribal communities combating covid nineteen. It's important for them to take time to connect with peers at workshops, shirt, talents and build on self care techniques to help navigate stress and anxiety management amid lockdowns and isolation what? Conference has to offer is a message of hope and empowerment, just connecting with each other I think that's really important. During this pandemic is that we connect with each other and we inspire each other registration is free at Unity Inc Dot Org, those with limited WIFI access can still participate by telephone or received content via thumb drive I'm Christine, Trudeau and Antonio Gonzalez.
Bloomberg, Cam Newton And Amy Morris discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"Adventures look ahead to the jobs report on this holiday shortened trading week. New York's hospitalization rate is at all time lows. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is calling for a report to Congress about whether the president knew Russia put a bounty on U. S troops Heads. I'm Amy Morris. More ahead. I'm John Stand shower in sports Cam Newton has signed with the Patriots and a member of the Nets is not coming back when the N B a resumes its season. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak on Bloomberg 11th Rio,
"morris" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"Jimmy Morris historian one for the ages so much so that Disney made his life into a movie in two thousand and two called the rookie and his most recent book. DREAM ACRES COMES OUT June twenty third. He is back for extra innings. Jim Morris so glad to have you back on the show. Nationally Sarah Thank. You grab me so I gotta say man I'm I'm start this off with a compliment. I'm GonNa Kiss Your behind so I I've been looking at your playing days, and we all know the great story. It's so uplifting phenomenal. Get to that. How are you in better shape? Now I mean you are in phenomenal shape, I mean. Are you guy that's always active because most people as they get older, they put the pounds on. I'm raising my hand for those. That can't see but I. TRY to exercise it. Try to run. I, try to get enough. What is your secret because you are getting more fit by the year? You know. Battled chronic illness for a long time and The, more people say I can't do something. Tomorrow makes me WANNA. Do something. And so we've worked out and I'll tell you what these last five months. Hasn't been. A time for me to reset and retool and get ready for something new. Because, we have no idea what normal is gonNA, be so I've been able to work out at walked. My doctors. My neurologists said you'll never walk again. You're starting. Drag your leg and my mom bought me a cane. I got rid of all that and I'm walking five to ten miles a day, and now I'm running. So you know what I just I like to be in motion when I'm in motion, I can sing better in so when I can sing better that clears the mind out, and you know what now my neurologist is going. You don't have Parkinson's more. That's not possible, said you know what anything's possible. Yeah, that's amazing. I was I. was going to bring that up. I was Kinda taking whether it should or not. You were diagnosed with Parkinson's now things the sound of it sound very positive wing for Jim. Absolutely I had a I had turned it down slowly. and. When you get to read the book you're going to understand chapter ten is going to. Either blow people sox offer. It's GonNa make inferior furious and go. WHO believes in that stuff, but I eventually. Turned off my deep brain stimulator, which was the electricity sent Dopamine Mimic does me and my brain turn it off, and there was a message I got quite strongly to turn it off I did and I went back some urologists. She did a brain scan on me and made me do all these Parkinson's test. My balance was a great I was standing on one toe, and then the other toe on both feet could turn circles I can touch my nose with my eyes closed and everything else, and the brain scan came back clean and she goes. You do not have Parkinson's anymore. And she goes I've been doing this for fifteen years, and that does not happen. Said well. I'm standing in front of you. Holy Cow I need. Your Life is legitimately filled with like miracles, because that is unbelievable, and and that makes me feel really happy because you know that's usually a diagnosis. People panic rightfully, so, but I'm so happy a better place now. My that such good news to hear. Awesome. Thank you so much. It's been. It's been a blessing. I've got a daughter out in California, and she's doing a Bible school saying she just graduated with vessel. She was talking to us the other day and she's been reading the book and she's like you know. What can you give up some of the miracle, so we can have? A. And I WANNA get to adjust you ago. I want to I want to end the interview talking about your book. Because I'm right before chapter nine, which is maybe the most interesting chapter title I've ever read in my life, but we're going to get there eventually. We're going to get there, so it's just a couple. Things before I get to your life. Is Baseball in big trouble Jimmy Johnson baseball going to this year. We're going to have baseball again, you think. I had not one clue and I'll tell you this and it's I. Talk About this in my speech is baseball. Has Seen US through wars, depressions, recessions civil unrest when the men couldn't play, the women played. Baseball has seen US through our entire democracy and now. That question is up in the air and if there's no baseball, there's no concessions there. No ticket tickets. There's no security There's nothing and there's no fans and so. I'm hoping they get back on the field pretty soon at least filming it, so he has something to do at home besides workout or eat banana, bread and. I just want our sports back and it doesn't matter if it's baseline of all sports and I WANNA see everybody, get back. Their business and I want to see all those great athletes gooden after it and were. We just got a lot of big unknowns right now, and we get new information every day. It's different every day and. Man We need to stop reading the news and let stuff happen and. Baseball players want to get back on the field as much as the fans want then back on the field. Yeah, and they made it work in South Korea. There's no the reason why we can't make it work in like you said some way. I totally agree with that. Another quick question for you so I'm getting my first child in August Jim. And I know you're a father of five. What piece of advice can you give me? You. Sink your grown up and you're a big adult. And then God gives you a baby, and you find out that you have absolutely no clue about life. and. But they are the best and most beautiful things you'll ever have in your life, you or so blessed and I. Tell every new parent blink because they grow up and they're gone before you know, it is like a blink of an eye. Yeah! That's really well said. Speaking your public speaking. You brought it up on a few occasions now. Did you kind of have good routes with that with your career as a teacher. You feel like that late a little bit of a foundation for you. A little bit of foundation for me because she can keep high school kids attention. You got something going on. Then during all the interviews at Denison, I did together before during and after the movie came out, he helped me with a lot of stuff on how to treat the public sector and so. All of that's made me kind of adaptable and move on and Dennis, as big as paces. Advice to me was one day he goes. If you don't know the answer, just stick your tongue on the roof your mouth and show them. Your teeth smiled big as you can and. That's you just do it. You can do and it was. It's a dream I. Never ever thought I would be doing, and now we're doing virtually which I never ever thought I would do. And I hate to say this, but I actually miss traveling. Yeah, yeah, that makes a Lotta sense and I gotta say he is the I I think he was meant to play you. I can't take any other actor that could've played. You guys have such a great rapport relationship. You guys almost like feed off each other. You're almost like the same person but stiffer. You know he's just the perfect actor for that. Do you still have contact with the kids you? You coached in high school. I do a few years ago. We started a foundation Jim the rookie Moorestown Dacian had. The first school we helped was in Fort Worth and they didn't have baseball uniforms. They are in a district with. A group of kids who had eight uniforms, nine hats gloves. Three thousand bats and these kids didn't even have uniforms. And, so I got some people to support me including the head of James Avery Jewelers, and we helped retool their athletic program, and gave them a weight room, and gave them something to be proud of and gave them baseball back in softball back for girls. And it's so fun to now watch how successful they are. They were.
"morris" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"Jimmy Morris historian one for the ages so much so that Disney made his life into a movie in two thousand and two called the rookie and his most recent book. DREAM ACRES COMES OUT June twenty third. He is back for extra innings. Jim Morris so glad to have you back on the show. Nationally Sarah Thank. You grab me so I gotta say man I'm I'm start this off with a compliment. I'm GonNa Kiss Your behind so I I've been looking at your playing days, and we all know the great story. It's so uplifting phenomenal. Get to that. How are you in better shape? Now I mean you are in phenomenal shape, I mean. Are you guy that's always active because most people as they get older, they put the pounds on. I'm raising my hand for those. That can't see but I. TRY to exercise it. Try to run. I, try to get enough. What is your secret because you are getting more fit by the year? You know. Battled chronic illness for a long time and The, more people say I can't do something. Tomorrow makes me WANNA. Do something. And so we've worked out and I'll tell you what these last five months. Hasn't been. A time for me to reset and retool and get ready for something new. Because, we have no idea what normal is gonNA, be so I've been able to work out at walked. My doctors. My neurologists said you'll never walk again. You're starting. Drag your leg and my mom bought me a cane. I got rid of all that and I'm walking five to ten miles a day, and now I'm running. So <hes> you know what I just I like to be in motion when I'm in motion, I can sing better in so when I can sing better that clears the mind out, and you know what now my neurologist is going. You don't have Parkinson's more. That's not possible, said you know what anything's possible. Yeah, that's amazing. I was I. was going to bring that up. I was Kinda taking whether it should or not. You were diagnosed with Parkinson's now things the sound of it sound very positive wing for Jim. Absolutely I had a I had turned it down slowly. and. When you get to read the book you're going to understand chapter ten is going to. Either blow people sox offer. It's GonNa make inferior furious and go. WHO believes in that stuff, but I eventually. Turned off my deep brain stimulator, which was the electricity sent Dopamine Mimic does me and my brain turn it off, and there was a message I got quite strongly to turn it off I did and I went back some urologists. She did a brain scan on me and made me do all these Parkinson's test. My balance was a great I was standing on one toe, and then the other toe on both feet could turn circles I can touch my nose with my eyes closed and everything else, and the brain scan came back clean and she goes. You do not have Parkinson's anymore. And she goes I've been doing this for fifteen years, and that does not happen. Said well. I'm standing in front of you. Holy Cow I need. Your Life is legitimately filled with like miracles, because that is unbelievable, and and that makes me feel really happy because you know that's usually a diagnosis. People panic rightfully, so, but I'm so happy a better place now. My that such good news to hear. Awesome. Thank you so much. It's been. It's been a blessing. I've got a daughter out in California, and she's doing a Bible school saying she just graduated with vessel. She was talking to us the other day and she's been reading the book and she's like you know. What <hes> can you give up some of the miracle, so we can have? A. And I WANNA get to adjust you ago. I want to I want to end the interview talking about your book. Because I'm right before chapter nine, which is maybe the most interesting chapter title I've ever read in my life, but we're going to get there eventually. We're going to get there, so it's just a couple. Things before I get to your life. Is Baseball in big trouble Jimmy Johnson baseball going to this year. We're going to have baseball again, you think. I had not one clue and I'll tell you this and it's I. Talk About this in my speech is baseball. Has Seen US through wars, depressions, recessions civil unrest when the men couldn't play, the women played. Baseball has seen US through our entire democracy and now. That question is up in the air and if there's no baseball, there's no concessions there. No ticket tickets. There's no security <hes>. There's nothing and there's no fans and so. I'm hoping they get back on the field pretty soon at least filming it, so he has something to do at home besides workout or eat banana, bread and. I just want our sports back and it doesn't matter if it's baseline of all sports and I WANNA see everybody, get back. Their business and I want to see all those great athletes gooden after it and were. We just got a lot of big unknowns right now,
"The Rookie" Jim Morris.
"Jimmy Morris historian one for the ages so much so that Disney made his life into a movie in two thousand and two called the rookie and his most recent book. DREAM ACRES COMES OUT June twenty third. He is back for extra innings. Jim Morris so glad to have you back on the show. Nationally Sarah Thank. You grab me so I gotta say man I'm I'm start this off with a compliment. I'm GonNa Kiss Your behind so I I've been looking at your playing days, and we all know the great story. It's so uplifting phenomenal. Get to that. How are you in better shape? Now I mean you are in phenomenal shape, I mean. Are you guy that's always active because most people as they get older, they put the pounds on. I'm raising my hand for those. That can't see but I. TRY to exercise it. Try to run. I, try to get enough. What is your secret because you are getting more fit by the year? You know. Battled chronic illness for a long time and The, more people say I can't do something. Tomorrow makes me WANNA. Do something. And so we've worked out and I'll tell you what these last five months. Hasn't been. A time for me to reset and retool and get ready for something new. Because, we have no idea what normal is gonNA, be so I've been able to work out at walked. My doctors. My neurologists said you'll never walk again. You're starting. Drag your leg and my mom bought me a cane. I got rid of all that and I'm walking five to ten miles a day, and now I'm running. So you know what I just I like to be in motion when I'm in motion, I can sing better in so when I can sing better that clears the mind out, and you know what now my neurologist is going. You don't have Parkinson's more. That's not possible, said you know what anything's possible. Yeah, that's amazing. I was I. was going to bring that up. I was Kinda taking whether it should or not. You were diagnosed with Parkinson's now things the sound of it sound very positive wing for Jim. Absolutely I had a I had turned it down slowly. and. When you get to read the book you're going to understand chapter ten is going to. Either blow people sox offer. It's GonNa make inferior furious and go. WHO believes in that stuff, but I eventually. Turned off my deep brain stimulator, which was the electricity sent Dopamine Mimic does me and my brain turn it off, and there was a message I got quite strongly to turn it off I did and I went back some urologists. She did a brain scan on me and made me do all these Parkinson's test. My balance was a great I was standing on one toe, and then the other toe on both feet could turn circles I can touch my nose with my eyes closed and everything else, and the brain scan came back clean and she goes. You do not have Parkinson's anymore. And she goes I've been doing this for fifteen years, and that does not happen. Said well. I'm standing in front of you. Holy Cow I need. Your Life is legitimately filled with like miracles, because that is unbelievable, and and that makes me feel really happy because you know that's usually a diagnosis. People panic rightfully, so, but I'm so happy a better place now. My that such good news to hear. Awesome. Thank you so much. It's been. It's been a blessing. I've got a daughter out in California, and she's doing a Bible school saying she just graduated with vessel. She was talking to us the other day and she's been reading the book and she's like you know. What can you give up some of the miracle, so we can have? A. And I WANNA get to adjust you ago. I want to I want to end the interview talking about your book. Because I'm right before chapter nine, which is maybe the most interesting chapter title I've ever read in my life, but we're going to get there eventually. We're going to get there, so it's just a couple. Things before I get to your life. Is Baseball in big trouble Jimmy Johnson baseball going to this year. We're going to have baseball again, you think. I had not one clue and I'll tell you this and it's I. Talk About this in my speech is baseball. Has Seen US through wars, depressions, recessions civil unrest when the men couldn't play, the women played. Baseball has seen US through our entire democracy and now. That question is up in the air and if there's no baseball, there's no concessions there. No ticket tickets. There's no security There's nothing and there's no fans and so. I'm hoping they get back on the field pretty soon at least filming it, so he has something to do at home besides workout or eat banana, bread and. I just want our sports back and it doesn't matter if it's baseline of all sports and I WANNA see everybody, get back. Their business and I want to see all those great athletes gooden after it and were. We just got a lot of big unknowns right
"morris" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"Welcome to Monday morning. Critic podcast here is Derrick Thomas. The world series titles. Fifteen years ago. Baseball. He got hurt Jimmy Morris. Put His dreams aside. Counselor. Don't report that Mr I never do. But sometimes it goes throw. A couple. Bring Expected. Reads come back to life. Pretty. Anybody WanNa, tell me how we lost that game quit out. There I'm talking about having dreams. You don't have dreams. You don't have anything you're the one you should want something more last time I checked. Scouts aren't looking for high school science teacher. We start winning. You try out again, serious, yeah! The district champion our. Now. It's your turn coach. Started as a simple bet opposed to try, it was this thing to get the kids to start playing the became the most incredible true story number one is armor slowed down when they get up and baseball history. From the studio that brought you remember the titans. Eero boy, who waited all day in the rain disease. Daddy tried to do something that nobody believed it could do. And what are we? Tell him you don't try now. Spring break. I'm here for me for you. Jimmy on your APP, just a second. I'm not going towards serve. His dream was impossible. Idi Olga Yoga..
"morris" Discussed on Making Gay History
"Coming to you from inside my guest room closet for another socially distance trip into the archive. It's now than eight weeks since my partner Barney and I began sheltering in place here in New York City and I'm feeling growing sense of despair over what I'm seeing happened across the country. It's not just the horrifying number of deaths. The new normal of more than a thousand families bereaved every day. It's this despite so many of us. United in sorrow each passing week it feels like the fault lines between red states and blue states between cities and rural communities are growing wider that inability to come together in the face of this crisis adds another layer sadness to this challenging chapter but I remind myself. These divisions are not new. They were there thirty years ago when I first started recording interviews for the making gay history book. That's why I very consciously decided to look beyond New York. San Francisco in Los Angeles to unearth are gay history. And what I found from Alaska to Florida and from Colorado to Idaho was a shared humanity that transcended borders both real and the ones ones we construct in our heads to. Idaho was the story of a nineteen fifty five roundup of suspected homosexuals. In the city of Boise that I read about in a book by John. Garage called the boys of Boise. The so called homosexual panic of one thousand nine hundred fifty five was a phony months-long scandal that led police to question. Nearly fifteen hundred boise citizens in a town of only forty thousand in the end. Sixteen men were arrested. Ten went to jail for most of them their only crime was engaging in sex with another consenting male. Moore's foot was thirty years old when all that was happening he was working in Boise Capitol building as an elevator operator. Afraid of getting caught up in the scandal. Morris fled Boise. Heads Middleton Idaho a flat as a pancake farming community about a half hour to the North West? And that's where I found him in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. So here's the scene after parking in front of Morris Green Mobile home a block from Middleton's name drag. I walked to the cafe where we'd agreed to meet for a pre interview lunch town clearly. Seen Better Days Morris his friend Sammy and Morris his younger brother who had severe cerebral palsy. Or all waiting for me in the cafe. Moore's brother had moved in after their mother died. Sammy was there for support. Morris looked like a retired amish farmer a compact heavyset man with a long white beard. Old fashioned glasses over ice tea and sandwiches. We talked about everything everything except what I was there to talk about. Morris had warned me not to say anything gay until we were back at his place an hour later. We each took a seat in the cramped living room of Morris his mobile home. I quit my microphone. To the strap of his overalls. Settle back into a well-worn easy chair and press record.
"morris" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"February. Seventeen ninety. Three Washington appointed governor the minister to France. All this time. He's been working for Robert. Morris Bananas an official Government a Senate not all on board with the nomination. Senator Sherman said Governor. An irreligious and profane. Man I am gets such characters. Yeah James Monroe attack got an ear in the Senate as quote a monarchy man not suitable to be employed by this country nor in France. But still he got confirmed sixteen to Eleven. Washington told them he had act more responsibly. And Governor wrote back he would and that he would stand a French and turtle affairs which of course he didn't do right. He still worked behind the scenes to save the king that month there was another uprising and the king gave governor one million to hold for him that to hold a really bet. I would say it's a really bad sign. If a king gives you a million bucks to hold onto. Just in case shit goes back key. He gave a million to hold onto. Him is the hold onto the money for him. Oh hold on okay. Hold onto it. Okay Gotcha so he's okay. Well I didn't know what the fuck you at a whole different absolutely confused. The LOSS PAT on August tenth. The attacks game soldiers and French citizens fought with loyalist troops. Six hundred loyalists were killed. Their bodies mutilated and then burned in bonfires. That's a hell of a bonfire. Yeah that'll take dudes do just dudes. Yeah the French elite were hiding arrested or being killed. Go veneer quote. Another man is beheaded this evening for crimes against the state he hit. Adel and her ten year old son in his house and on August. Twenty ninth militia came to search for weapons and he refused to let them. It would have been fucked if they found her right in. September the monarchy was abolished. Adele got fake passports and fled to England. Lafayette tried to make for Holland but was caught by the Austrians and imprisoned governor had Dutch bankers. Send Lafayette Ten K. For expenses in jail he also sent the message that the US be very upset if military hero quote should be in. What governor is now being searched and arrested often? He bought a House. Twenty twenty seven miles outside of Paris and tried to stay there as much as possible but also upset the French with new also upset the new French government by letting aristocrat stay with him and he would always refuse to let anyone into arrest them which you can do because he has diplomatic immunity so he he basic I mean yeah okay right. So He's basically allowed to house. Whoever wants to house essentially yeah but it's pissing off. The French for. The king was executed in January. Seventeen Ninety Three Marie Antoinette was tried in October. The hate of women took part in the trial. She was accused of molesting her own son. Sexual promiscuity and high treason the TRIFECTA. Yeah the Big Three. It was an all male jury. She was executed two days later. The horse continued in December. Seventeen ninety three so even after the King Queen Gone. They're still there's only after all right then and then in the National Assembly. There's just shifting groups who are at one point the radicals than another becomes the radicals and then. They're killing the radical. So it's just a fucking shit show. Is it still weeding out? Kind of the bureaucratic thieves or is it more. Well yeah on completely wild like the the the the nobility who who were really just so it's right from the head down essentially. Yeah but now the now all the groups that are trying to take over our fire fighting amongst one another. So it's you know So she's executed in December. Seventeen ninety three governor wrote quote some days ago a man applied to the government for damages. Done to Corey. The damage done to him was by the number of dead bodies thrown into his pit which choked up so much that he could not get men to work at it so he has his case got cory clogged with bodies and began. Since since the Corey's covered bodies people show up for the help wanted sign and they're like oh I need a job. It's a great place to work. Also it's hard to get rocks out of under all the bodies so the guy was like. Hey can I can the government give me a little help here or we start using men for rocks in the summer of seventeen ninety four the US accepted Francis request to recall governor. Here he was no longer a minister. He left France and went to Switzerland. Young out for a little while exiled. French nobles and then he went to Hamburg where Adele was living. Her husband had been guillotined so she was single. Jesus Christ she's got a lot of luck she let go veneer know she was available for marriage. She probably WanNa get married because at also choose breeding bleeding from her breasts. Which meant you probably had a tumor or something. And she had a kid so she wanted to be taken care of. He explained that he didn't want to marry her before and didn't now he didn't want to be committed. Still in June seventeen ninety five he left Hamburg and went to the United Kingdom while there he saw canal in Scotland that a across the country and he thought a canal be perfect for America kept traveling around Europe and having sex with tons of women. I did that for four or five years in October. Seventeen Ninety eight. He returned to the US. I've fought them. All attell ended up marrying a Portuguese diplomat and a good life. He went back to Morris Jonah to fix it up. The roof was leaking so he rebuilt the entire house sure Charlotte. He spent the equivalent of about five hundred thousand dollars today. He entertained guests and expected them to listen to him. One guest wrote quote on a certification perceiving. The attentions of his hearers begin to flag. He suddenly ejaculated. I shall address the teapot and accordingly closed his argument with that silent representative. I'm sorry so. He wanted everyone to pay attention. And at one point the guests were not paying attention so he said he would just talk to the teapot and then he talked to the teapot. Okay good 'cause you throw in a Jackie late in their avenue. That was good. Three off majorly. That's there was one word. It was like a if that was a band that would have been ejaculate on the words here. Yeah so he was still living the same way. He had in France which was not normal for America. One man wrote quote upon entering the in I found Governor Morris with two French valets a French traveling companion and his hair buckled up in about one hundred paper. Curlers his guys good sized his wooden leg curlers French attendants and French conversation made the host stare most pretentiously star look. Yeah you gone big rubber. Moore's now in prison for debt. So governor started working as a lawyer. Now we're at the point now where federalists and Republicans were to parties and they hated each other in eighteen hundred read. A senator resigned and New York governor to serve the remaining three years of his term. He's now federalist Governor now believed that whichever party had power. The opposing party would act correctly to prevent abuse of power so he basically if there would from now on there would always be a check on. The other party is correct. I'm ready to move on by.
"morris" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"He had dinner several times with Jefferson in July. He was also buying stuff for George Washington he was Kinda like his personal shopper. George Washington semi listed by Senator Tim Amazon wishlist. Today have T- maybe a new mouth. He posed as Washington's body model for a statue. Boy They really couldn't draw fucking body from memory this other body from another painting. That's fine I think it was just because they were the same size. I would imagine Dave I mean I know yeah I don't need to get one. Company was not impressed with the King. Who called quote a small beer character? A small beer character. Yes like a Hamm's bear with that. Mackenzie yeah I guess a small beer character. Bonnie girl at the slightest shoe of opposition gibbs up everything every person so the kings just week. Goba near thought. French leaders were fickle and that they could not last they just spoke for a fact and when it didn't work just change their minds. Kaiser quote be their words nor ideas. Rumors were grounded in experience and they could change in the blink of an eye. Lafayette was made head of the National Guard and governor told him the French should invade Flanders and Holland to start a war with Britain and Austria. He stated very plainly. This would be to distract the French. People Allow Cheeses Christ even back then mean that is so. How can you build a house on the same blueprint? It's just insane. He and Adele kept their hot affair going. She was very smart. Her husband was probably going to be killed in the Revolution. She believed and she was trying to keep her options open in different areas. Have she didn't governor got really hot and heavy sex at her apartment in his carriage and in the visitors. Waiting Room of a convent. Wow Sunnis. Who needs the French street stories hanging out with Adele committed in the Waiting Room of a convent? Serious talk a three point. Shot Cave winner. That is right. I would be very fast. You'd have no choice when he wrote about having sex with his diary. Call it a quote the rights the joy or the needful right. She is at went to London for Robert Morris. Robert was now sinking because the United States was getting its finances together and that kind of fucked up his whole plan he put everything into land but the US getting its finances together. Made the land less attractive and the debt he want to buy was going up in price To the whole thing is coming governor went back to Paris in November so he was gone for whatever service nine months and he went straight to see Adelle but she had a new lover a twenty five year old. British Noble Governor and Adele went back and forth hating and wanting each other. He openly flirted with another married woman in front of her. He's also banging other married women. I mean it was us all up. In France they eventually got back together Dell said she wanted to leave her husband marry him and move to America but he was not into it. He didn't want to be tied down saying yeah. But but yeah it's weird to get into psychology and that. Yeah I wonder what happened The king was now being forced stay.
"morris" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Someone? That they liked our podcast and then they called be mark before we start the story. The waffling which I think is the perfect description for what we do up top we wanted. I didn't read the beginning of the review colleague. Bullshit up January thirty th seventeen fifty two that. I this learn the Lord. Jesus Christ this episode is I found because we're going through last week's episode. There was a character and I was like. What's this guy's story now? Now that this story the Lasso the high voice Fancy man who Ended up having beans for balls right. That's right Governor Morris was born in the province of New York. His father was Lewis Morris Junior. His mother was Sarah Gouverneur which is how he got his first name. They used her maiden name as his first name. Okay grab what you do. Yep really up your kid well. This is a time when there weren't a lot of names to go around. There were hard you and your family would be splitting a morsel of name. Yeah I mean they had seven names at seven names to go Rach Earth Right. He was given. His mother's maiden name is first name. the governors were Hugo dots or French. Protestants as tell you obviously yeah. They're not astronauts named Hugh for those of you at home thinking that the sixteen sixty three they fled Europe to new Amsterdam. They'd be they became the Morris's became hot shit or go veneers sorry became hatchet. Grandfather was a governor of New York and his uncle governor. Pennsylvania becomes governor Guvener. Give me more. He was raised in Morris Morris. Sorry exhibiting more Sania or a saint. That's that's what. They named their estate that they named their estate Mauritania so they were willing to come up with a new for their estate. Their son they're like yeah. What do we have laying around this? This'll do their name is Morris. The last word it's more Estonia. That's what they just. They just made it after last night. Sure they just use the Transylvania technique. They're like Albania that's right. It's a sixteen hundred acres state in what is now the Bronx Como. Hey now day. So Lewis. His father wasn't thrilled with the first batch of Boise had with his first wife. Sure treat them like months love it. That's right. She kicked it. She's gone. He married Sarah after that and then he had a young governor and he really saw something in this kid he thought this kid was the cream of the crop compared to the other brothers okay. Let's get actually had something you got to keep her. That's right. He's going to cherish a nurse and supportive and nurturing he. He had pulled his other sons out of Yale after not liking the schools connection to religion and saying everyone in. Connecticut was quote. Low and coming. This is this guy is a heart. He's hard to get a read on and he's doing good. He's doing so bad. He wanted the best for governor quote. It is my desire. That my son Governor Morris have the best education that is to be had in Europe or America. You love your son you just you. Don't name him governor near point if you love it you like. He's going to get the snot kicked out of school. You're billy in sixteen seventy one. When he was nine governor was sent to the Academy of Philadelphia which had been founded by Benjamin Franklin. Okay Pratt former president. That's right on this show. He was indeed a leader of the country at one point the next year. Governors Dad died. Okay thank you for. That was heading into my joke with a death. Appreciate Okay so now no mother no father just. I'm still in his will. Governor got a slave his father shaving box a seal ring and a pair of gold buttons. His father wore everyday day. How how old is he? Is that ten. The Dave it is beyond comprehension for to be willed another human being. Yeah no it's only human being. It's not great. Tell you what it's really made me forget the other things that were on the list. What else was on the list? Even I my mind exploded when you said that. He blamed the flame. Be Shaving box. A seal ring and a pair of gold buttons a seal ring. I assume it's a bring made out of.
"morris" Discussed on Revision Path
"Five minutes ago of figuring out. What part of this do you actually like? Don't be so caught up in the. Us part the Kota Morin. I like the way apple products. Look I'm really like ranch style of back so that's not you x. So you go in. Us Don't mean that's what you're GonNa do really take the time to to focus on what you want to do right. I think that's where you'll decide. Do you want to really go into a? Us Program from General Assembly. That might not be the best for you. But if you don't really know what you WANNA do. I think that's where you end up starting to make the decisions that you'd think might work for you as opposed to work really would work for you. So the exposure. I do agree with you as well that the exposure could bring some layer of complexity but I also think that it will ultimately lead to a layer of clarity. Yeah that's a good way to put it like that because oftentimes you know just knowing that these positions exist is one thing like I think. Sometimes you know to be honest with you. Some folks get caught up in the salary. They'll see that this place is paying this much though. I gotTA get into Tech. Oh I got into design and yeah there is money if you go with the right company and the right position but it's gotta be something that speaks to us something that speaks to your unique skills and talents in what you like. And it shouldn't just be about chasing a salary because if anything I think we both know like to say designers are a dominant doesn't like you can be replaced in. Some way is not so much about just trying to make sure you get a paycheck at the end of the day. Right right I agree with you. I agree with your net. I mean money is definitely important for sure but there's a lot of people that make a lot of money that are not really happy so of your important money. Can't be the dominant deciding factor. Because that means Joe. Take the money to work at a company for position. That should not really happy in and I think that ends up having a lot of negatives consequences so I would tell anybody male or female to fight for the most money you can get but also understand that. There's other things that matter. You're looking for career just the money right. What keeps you motivated and inspired these days. I have a family to take care of. My family is really supportive and inspired by me and proud of me and I'm proud of myself. My growth over my career keeps me motivated. The love of support from our community. Shout out to you honestly I just hit you up on twitter in lengthened and act you. Hey how do I figure out participate in your show one day? An you responded to my tweet in honestly less than an hour you responded Tamar Linden message in less than thirty minutes so tied with interaction but that kind of interaction and support. That's what keeps me motivated. Because that means people respect me. That respect goes a long way. That respects is what makes you feel good. That respect is what will also chew you up. Maybe when you're having a bad day so the respect for my community I would say is what keeps me really motivated and when I say community. I'm using that as a broad term. I'm not just using that as community or my family. I'm using that Zahn community. The Community Bay Area Community Not Community in Brooklyn. So by community motivates honestly. What haven't you done yet that you want to do in your career. Well what I've been doing. It's been in my last last couple of months on Dan. I WanNa thank you as well as more public speaking. A lot of people have told me that they think I could possibly have lain in speaking. They have a motivational style and inspirational style. And I can explain things. That could possibly be complicated in a more. Layman's type of way out you would net and I also really like supporting people and I think speaking allows you to do all that so I would like to do more speaking shadow the Afro Tech. They're the ones that really gave me my first first shot at speaking on such a big platform that I had been doing smaller events here but the Afro Tech. The success of appetizers. We'll let me know that I would like to continue doing speaking as well as I think. I WANNA start some kind of online school to help with training the community to gain the skills that they need to decrease this digital divide gap that I see every day that work and participate in design so one of the themes that we have for this year that I'm trying to carry this. Throughout twenty twenty is basically. How are we as black designers and developers technologists et Cetera? How are we using the skills that we have to build a more equitable future? Because I mean the the future technically is now I think. Twenty Twenty shutouts. Abc Twenty Twenty has been a year that has been in the collective consciousness for over twenty years of pieces to show ABC so people have always had a notion of twenty twenty being like the future. Now that we're here and you look at Your Life you look at your career. You look at the skills that you have. How are you helping to build a more equitable future? I think by supporting other people to become a designer and blazing trails and making sure that I'm a face of diversity in design. I think there's a lot of unique trailblazers and I'm not saying I'm the only trailblazer but you need trailblazers today but to bring awareness to situations and that's what I'm doing every day that's what I put a hundred and twenty five percent into doing that but I also understand and think the value add supporting my community talking to mentoring talking to people go into portfolio interviews. Having one one call with people who may reach out to me that want to have questions about you x y. They don't know anybody in product is on it. They can show their portfolio to just ask a question. I think being that resource for people is really how I can give back the most. Yes I can give back Design and I make sure to try to bring adversely to Michael Johnson. I'm really proud of that. And I love being Akwa Sarah because I can debate and I've seen that I've seen my power of being able to use people of Color on the homepage of Sarah and that's a big step for us. That's the net. I spoke about an mytalk. Talk Afro Tech. So I think those ways and I'm able to actually give back at home nice. That's funny you mention that reminds me of Dr Genie's Brita who he had on the show. This was years ago but he was talking about how he changed the default slack hand to like a brown hand and how how even just like that simple gesture was something that like made shock waves. You know the fact that you see. The default hand does not a white hand. It's black hand or Brown hands. Like what does that mean you know? So I I. It's funny to even those little can seem like small gestures can have a huge impact huge there. Hugh Dow Tell One quick story when we redid our Promo unit. Klaff ON THAT. I spoke about working on. I was able to sit with some designers. Show the flexibility of the new system in one of the days that I log answered coarser Dot Org Esau. A brother wanted any promise that we just did and I saw sister in another unit that we did and then when you add another place there was another person of color on the site and it just really showed that versity and it was a good first step of course Sarah and it was an amazing step for me so I don't think you really should look at it as was it. A big or small step is the step that it's necessary so shout to the brother who did the slack hand because that is amazing shadow to everybody who is making a difference in whatever way that they can because we need everybody to do everything that they can't. Where do you see yourself in the next five years? It's it's twenty twenty five. What is funds working on? I think I have become a a household name in design as far as a representative from the black community. I think I will have my at least my prototype. First version of some type of training platform off the ground to be able to help mentor a teach and educate future designers current designers or people who want to upskill or reskill. And I think I'll always still be designed as well. I may have started may have finally launched the APP thinking about doing some kind of an APP that just allows people to have a place to talk. Maybe get support. So you'll see me. Probably doing something entrepreneurship. Wise as well as still being a powerhouse. In the design industry somewhere leading some kind of team diffic- nice just to kind of wrap things up here. Where can our audience find out more about you and about your work on line you can go to? I'm very active on twitter. You can find me at Young Fawns Y. O. U. N. G. FOMC. You can find me on instagram. At finds money F. A. Wednesay any y you can also find the link did at Fons Marris. I'm not the biggest social media user forgotten but I am the biggest social media user for networking imprint promotions. So you can find all three of those social media platforms as well as if you just want to see some of the work that I did you can go to my portfolio which is fonts. Fomc DOT design. And you can email me you can however you want to try to find that you can reach out. I'm Orelon trust you. Type Funds Mars into Google search bar. You'll see me now while falls Morris I wanNA thank you so much so much for come show. I mean your energy. I mean like so people for people that were recording this. I'm recording this. Like after my work day so like after eight hours your energy has mu pumps now like. I hear such positive feedback from people like that and like last night when I was doing the mentoring with the junior designers. I got some same feedback like that so worries. That's what I was saying. I think I have a laid in speaking in public speaking because my passion for design and my passion for my community and my love for just humanity allows needs to be able to share that. Bring that energy to the table every. Thank you for sharing that with me because those are the typo pieces of feedback. That's really important to me. I'm no longer as focused on. Am I just a good visual designer? Focus on that and M. I A good guy. Ama- interesting. Mit citing. Am I still bringing a lot of energy to the table saw? I'm glad that you were able to receive that for me because I wanted to bring back because I feel really honored and excited to be a party. A podcast so thank you thank you thank you. Sir. I really appreciate it off. Big Big thanks to funds Morris. Of course thanks to you for listening you can find.
"morris" Discussed on Andrew Hackett's Illimitable Living
"Everyone and welcome to illimitable. Living Show where we try and talk about everything we possibly can to try and give the world a set a different perspective so that we can open minds open our hearts and start living a life on a slightly bitter footing. Today's Co host is a remarkable woman. And certainly one that they know introduction a highly experienced energy Hilla in a her earn ride and the voice behind the public popular podcast series real rocky real live. Today I will come back the voice. You all grew to love in season one Patricia. Morris get I Patricia. It's so exciting to have you back for season two. Oh I am so sad excited to be back. My heart is pounding out of my chest. I'm so excited. Thank you so much for having me back. It's a pleasure ogle gear back. I had people emailing me going Patricia. Gone what's going on. What's going to happen today? Tradition probably didn't tell you that I didn't want you to get into big and getting a lot of control install. I thank you reason. I don't know whether it's a contrast between your voice or mine. I hope it is that or is it just the fact that everybody loves you and really people just suffer through my voice but well. I'm biased on that because I loved the Australian accent so my vote would be for your voice. I don't know about anybody else. The funny thing was I actually before us out of this podcast series and even before I started doing a lot of videos until various other things as well. I actually really struggle with my accent. I was worried that my accent in fact would hold me back. But I've had a lot of feedback over the years that infect my accent is a really you know. Easy thing to listen to that. So I'll it is from an American perspective. It is we love Australian accents of British accents. They're beautiful absolutely beautiful. We America you sound like a bunch of headaches. Yes.
"morris" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Financial crisis Morris worked as part of a group that traveled around the world and helped countries value problematic debt that they were struggling to deal with this work that he was doing let him to a meeting in Athens where he had a kind of epiphany we are the top floor of this fancy office building on Sophocles's right in downtown Athens and I was picking up some chocolate pudding for dessert I kind of walked to the window so people wouldn't see I was having to chocolate pudding for dessert and then I have saw I first I thought I was watching a parade I've seen isn't what's not a holiday we would be working today for the holiday wiser parade I really should have any demonstration and I kind of turned around finishing dessert and I looked around and I thought to myself is it really doing any good for the rest of the people of Greece other than these guys were trying to run this bank which we are trying to help and in a few months later in early twenty fourteen I just started doing politics and policy work full time I just thought that was the best way I can contribute to the well being of you know my children and hopefully grand children did the patriotic millionaires find you initially or did you find them I've been enjoying getting involved in politics here in there I'd been meeting a lot of people some bright young P. R. professional people started this group to get a bunch of wealthy people together and put out a letter saying no our taxes should not be lowered a set of tax cuts including cuts for the very rich that have been passed by George W. bush were set to expire around halfway through president Obama's first term this was before Morris became chairman of the group and he thought we were kind of works for attacking from the laughter at least that's what Mister it's a thought but then they realized that we were actually helping to give them political space to do with actually wanted to do our group is different about advocacy groups there are groups they can mobilize hundreds of people we don't have hundreds of people in any one city my don't thank you get twenty people in a one room but we do have dozens of people who can like exact gap members of Congress on the phone for five minutes to explain to them why they should vote for the raise the wage act so weak we are in a different position of other advocacy groups and we try to do what we can to our help make progress what's the argument you make to someone someone like you who may not currently see things the way you do why try to make the same arguments that I make with you I explained that the current system is leading towards civil unrest I saw it on the streets in Athens Greece the cradle of democracy I saw it on election night in twenty sixteen people are not accepting the status quo and eventually people are going to say we're not gonna take it anymore you know gross any quality to did not end well in South Africa for the rich people either there are there groups that help wealthy people use their money more responsibly that promote socially aware investing for example but I'm not aware of any groups there is high profile and politically active as the patriotic millionaires.
"morris" Discussed on Espionage
"In the morning dawned quiet and bright at the Cohen's his own New York bronze stone but Morrison Lona Cohen. Were anything but sunny. The rosenbergs had just been apprehended. When an unexpected knock rattled the front door the immediately jumped to the worst conclusion they'd been found out to uh another knock? There wasn't time to think Morris made his way towards the door. Thank goodness it was Yuri Sokolov. A high ranking Soviet spy not the FBI. Lana emerged from behind Morris but your e put a finger to his lips. He urgently gestured for a pen and paper his quickly scribbled message read. You have to leave tonight. Morris Morris and Luna's is widened Yuri scribbled another note. Burn these as I write them. It wasn't safe to speak their apartment might might be bugged in the building under watch other volunteer. Networks were being rounded up. It was only a matter of time before Morris and Lona Were arrested Morris pace the floor as Yuri urgently turned note after note. Loan burn them immediately. They were to leave. Leave that night and carry nothing with them but the wallets in their pockets and the clothes on their backs. Anything else posed a risk of unwanted attention their friends and family must be left behind. They should contact. No one. Morris silently protested but he insisted the prosecutor had asked for the death penalty for the rosenbergs. Did they want the same fate. If they valued valued their lives. They had to leave immediately. Do and this is.
"morris" Discussed on Retropod
"Hey history lovers. I'm Mike Rosen. Walled with Retro pod. A show about the past rediscovered back in his day. Robert Morris was a a pretty big deal he was one of just two men to sign all three of the nation's founding documents the declaration of independence the articles of confederation and the US Constitution Moore's came to prominence by making a pile of money in the shipping industry and when things went south with the British he employed his ships and business connections to trade flour and other goods to France for guns. Morris took on a series series of important financial posts in government but in becoming the so called financier of the revolution. Boris also became a target of critics. Who wondered whether he was using his financial know how an insider status to benefit himself in seventeen ninety fed up with constant attacks in the press? Morris did something truly extraordinary. He wrote a letter to President. George Washington and both houses in Congress asking almost begging to be investigated for maladministration. Your memorials desires. Strict examination should be had into his conduct in order. That if he is guilty of maladministration in May be detected and punish Morris his mouth full of a demand was has taken up in the House of Representatives their members referred it to a select committee that act ultimately helped lay the foundation for the wide ranging Subpoena Power Congress uses to investigate slash torment the executive branch including the president. That's right the fiery congressional hearings that have captivated Americans for centuries from the John Brown raid to Watergate to the Iran Contra Fair to President in trump began with the founding father raising his hand to say investigate me. Judiciary Committee will come to order without objection. The chair shares authorized to declare recess. These days congressional subpoena fireworks are almost taken for granted if Democrats control the House and they Republican look in occupies the Oval Office. Then it's game on same goes the other way during Bill Clinton's presidency Republican. Dan Burton issued more within one thousand subpoenas when he was the chair of the powerful oversight committee. President trump is facing the prospects of numerous house investigations. Now the Democrats are in control of that Chamber Special Counsel Robert Muller is bringing the Russia investigation closer to president trump while senate subpoena to the the trump organization demanding documents and the Russia investigation. Moving another step closer to president trump a source telling CNN special counsel Robert Muller has subpoenaed the trump trump organization back when Morris made his request. The idea of Congress. Conducting investigations was new but not entirely novel like many many aspects of governance the founders and constitutional framers look to the Brits for inspiration. James Wilson Kief Ramer published an essay in seventeen seventy four extolling the virtues of the British House of Commons whom he called grand inquisitors of the realm. The proudest ministers of the Protestant monarchs have trembled at their censures. Wilson wrote and have appeared at the bar of the house to give an account of their conduct and ask pardon for their faults therefore it was the job of the House of Representatives. Wilson said to form the grand inquest of the state and diligently inquire into grievances arising from both men in things one problem though the constitution according to a Congressional Research Service paper provided no express powers for Congress to investigate issue subpoenas or to to punish for contempt loops that power emerged from a series of precedents derived from Congressional actions and Supreme Court Court decisions implied powers that began historian say with Morris and his request that Congress investigate his tenure managing finances. This is under the articles of confederation also known as the original Constitution a select committee that included James Madison issued a report recommending that a panel of five house members examined Morris and his finances while some members objected to the cost of an investigation. Gatien Madison argued that the effort was necessary for the house because it was the only way to ensure the level of justice the country and its public servants servants depended on and deserved in the end. The committee did not find evidence of male administration. The National Archives wrote in a footnote to to a digital version of Morris's letter however nobody has provided an explanation for how such a wonderful word maladministration nation vanished from the political lexicon. After being cleared Morris returned to life as a businessman but after running into money any problems following some badly deals the financier of the revolution spent three of his last eight. Years of life. Residing in debtor's prison. I'm Mike Rosen. Thanks for listening special. Thanks to Travis Travis.
"morris" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Morris overalls with a pretty decent drive we started out with dryer roads and we expected it wasn't a slick drive like we thought last night we went to bed with that freezing drizzle least not down here the metro area the foot hills drive another story it's been kind of slick there and a slick over monument on north and I twenty five south cash right but we had our crashes they've been concentrated all that I twenty five drive coming out of cash rocket into the tech center north but I twenty five still got that crash and happy again and looks like it's in the right lane they clear the crash to the shoulder north and I twenty five Lincoln so little bit better through their your backup from rich gay trying to get up towards the four seventy still pretty busy drive on the north side that includes that drive on westbound I. seventy six coming down past eighty eight down the I. twenty five are your drive on two seventy is real heavy in both directions east of I twenty five down to York and westbound from Quebec your I. seventy drive still pretty heavy westbound I. seventy load up from the Boulevard all we the downtown east bound from federal that downtown drive as well as the tech center Dr and I twenty five pretty heavy traffic our university has re opened that was close nor the Hamden for a water main break the water main actually broke on Clayton near university that's for the work will be today are your drive up past golden and on to U. S. six triplet creek canyon that's blocked off right now by an accident just west of the first time what you run into that's total one it's just west of that gravel hauling some I got sideways on the mountain roads coming down toward gold this report is what you buy blue emu Luini liking cream a blue in the match of arthritis cream both our deep penetrating an older free beat the pain two ways to live life we review it works fast and you won't stink available nationwide retailers next update in ten minutes on KO eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM Hey what's up its rally from the Kane show and I just took a little visit to the brand new were modeled Rockville dealership persons kia and they have hundreds of vehicles ready to go basically every single thing you could want they have right there on the lot and every new vehicle that you buy from hers and kia includes two years free maintenance the greatest thing about them too is that they've been around in business for sixty years so you can pretty much trust that they know what they're doing when it comes to sell you the car that you want and they're conveniently located just half a mile south of shady Grove metro recently I got to drive the new kia soul that thing drives like a dream the interior is super stealth and that all these awesome safety features inside of it which is really important to me because nine times out of ten I'm driving around with my son who's three I love this car see dealer.
"morris" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"Good Morning America this is the cats roundtable John Katzman tedious here Sunday morning what's going on with the country well we have a good friend on his Dick Morris thank you for calling in this Sunday morning and catch up again real soon thank you this is the catch roundtable be right back
"morris" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"Morning America this is the cats roundtable John Katzman he's here Sunday morning what's going on with the Ukraine what's going on with impeachment I mean nobody really understands this morning is Dick Morris he's a pollster strategist commentator famous book the Morning Dick Morris what's going on good you take down this is the cats round table we'll be right back
"morris" Discussed on Strong Black Legends
"We talk with the folks that paved the way for us to imagine what was possible both on and off the screen. I am your host, Tracy Clayton aka chocolate do pre which I just decided is my drag name because I am to understand that we're all born naked in the rest is drag and such is chocolate debris. Chocolate, the pre is occupant chocolate depre- looks and smells expensive when she showers. I'm really really really excited to get started this week. And you already know the drill. So we're just gonna what are you going to jump right into it? I know about Gary Moore's buds, which I don't know about Garrett Morris, sherline improvisation when into the move was will still high. So I did my Batman,.
"morris" Discussed on Malicious Life
"Morris. The windows displayed on my brand new son, three gave ooh of info. Some in three d. when what to my burning red eyes should appear, but dozens of nobody jobs, oh, dear with the blitzkrieg invasion. So virulent and firm. I knew in a moment it was as worm more rapid than eagles. His processes came and they fought an exact and they copied by name now dasher now dancer now, prancer and vixen on comet on cupid on Donner and blitzen to the sites in our hosts and hosts, John equipped now dash away, dash away, dash away. All. The end of the Morris worm wasn't the end of its creators story. Once the program was traced back to him, Morris was promptly served with felony court and court date. He may not have realized why being arraigned by authorities that his indictment was actually good news. It's well known strategy for prosecutors to make an example out of an individual charged with a new sort of crime. One without precedent. The attorney in charge of prescription later told the Washington Post that he very well could have charged Morris separate felony for each of the thousands of computers, his warm effect, he opted to woods leniency. What would you do? If you were deciding on Robert Morris's trial? Would you punish him to dissuade future hackers from pulling similar stunts. Would you be easy since he's still just a loner, grad student, even the internet community didn't know what to do with the kid. A Coronel commission report categorized the general consensus by saying, quote, sentiment among the computer science professional community appears to favor strong disciplinary measures for pepetrators of acts of this kind such disciplinary measures, however, should not be so stern as to damage permanently the perpetrators career and quote some called for full pardon? Others took it all much more personally. Oh, I think there was some people were outraged. I think I was to some extent in part because the network community using systems up until that point was a relatively closed, like minded community. It wasn't open to the public at large. There was no commercial data on. It wasn't classified. There was intrigued secret. There wasn't any. There was nothing like an Amazon or EBay or anything like that. It was all research oriented and mailing lists and exchanging code. And those of us who were maintaining systems freely exchange information about how to protect systems and what to look for. So this code that had been inserted that took down systems took advantage of flaws was almost taken personally because it was a small community that somebody had violated the trust. Somebody had violated our systems. At the time I. Was not a hundred percent sure that he should have been charged with the felony version. Although a what he had done was was clearly a very bad lapse of judgement and clearly did harm. Although at the numbers, I think the government came up with were were inflated when deciding on what to do with Robert Morris. Those presiding in court had much of the same basis for their decision as you have now, lots of technical mumbo jumbo and some conflicting accounts of the kind of man they were dealing with. Most people took the view that Morris was just one of those classic computer recluses who made an error in judgment. The Cornell jurisdiction noted that quote, this appears to have been an uncharacteristic act for Morris to have committed according to those who knew him well, in the past, particularly while and. Undergraduate at Harvard University Morris appear to have been more concerned about protecting against abusive computers rather than in violating computer security and quote this from the same report that called Morris's worm selfish and inconsiderate and a juvenile act, Robert Morris, senior luckily for son and a thirty. On the matter characterize the affair as quote, the work of a board graduate student at quote, the prosecutors summoned both Andrew and Paul Graham to testify about the event and the character of their colleague. In contrast to the relatively innocent picture, some painted of Robert Morris, the was evidence to premediation and even malice that complicated matters is just one example when investigators found a backup copy of the warm in Morris's five. They also happened upon a good deal of comments and. Notes, hit reading about it in the process. It tends out Morris hoped to use his worm to create about net, especially in the early days of computers. The idea of one person sitting up an army of computers to follow his every command must have seen more than a bit creepy. At