9 Burst results for "Mr Roland"

"mr roland" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"mr roland" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Is that you doom baby. He couldn't be sure but he thought her voice sounded a little upbeat. He walked up to the side of the bed rubbed a hand along her cheek. Pull up a chair. I have something to say. You slowed his favorite wing back chair over. She took a tube in her mouth. The next hailed until the bed raised her into a sitting position. I watched the news and saw the you and lynn sauce were responsible for capturing the pool of tears murder. You didn't come home last. Night is spent the night with lynn. didn't you. i wanted to tell you that's okay. He reached out to touch your cheek but she rolled her head away. I'm not finished. He retracted his hand. I know it's early to call this our home. it's mine. I know but i wanted to be all yours to for that to happen. I can't live knowing you're going elsewhere for your special needs. That's not good for either of us. Will he appeared on a nowhere asks enough. Miss edwards blood pressure's climbing a little. Too fast layton. Come back to me please. He stood leaned forward. Kissed her on the forehead. I'm going to check the generator. He descended the steps into the basement. Pull the string. When the lights flicker cursed himself for not bringing a flashlight he checked the gas and oil than fired. It up let it run for a full five minutes before shutting the generator down going back upstairs. Willie was bustling around the kitchen. He touched on the sleeve. How's she doing she's fine. Problem is her blood pressure can drop go through the ceiling without much notice. She's got to learn. She knows that. I was with another woman last night. Yes she told me as much made me promise not to tell you ahead of time. Guess she wanted the honors. I needed to know that was the last. Well mr rolin. That's between the two of you need to know something. He paused to gather the right words. You wanna know she can have the big o. Is now rat rolling nodded. I'll tell you true she ain't gonna yell scream but she'll feel you that will trigger thoughts good memories and that mr roland is just what she needs. Good thoughts and memories. Willie walked over saturday table. Take a seat miss rowland. She waited until it settled into a chair. Most of the things give us satisfaction. Come from having ten fingers toes of work along with arms and legs.

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"mr roland" Discussed on Court Junkie

Court Junkie

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"mr roland" Discussed on Court Junkie

"Is correct and the second swath that was that was turned into you. Swath from the in inner edges of handles kamloops cruel kimmel colored multi. Excuse me from the white plastic family dollar bag bag number two. Yes that is correct. That is a mixture of three individuals. Yes samantha. Johnson has a high a strong support probability of being included the statistic associated with mantha josephson falls in our very strong support rage. Yes man that number that was assigned to To that is two point six steps that is correct. And then you did the same setup for mr roland. Mr rowland and to identified unrelated individuals versus it being three unidentified unrelated individuals. Yes that is correct and result for that one was the dna profile is approximately forty nine times more likely. If the thing overall and two unidentified unrelated individuals contributed to the mixture yes then if three unidentified unrelated individuals contribute to the mixture. so there's a significant difference. Wouldn't you agree between two point. Six million and forty nine. Yes i agree and forty nine is on. Your verbal scaled considered week. Yes that falls in our support rage. Dr thomas beaver. Forensic pathologist employed at the medical university of south carolina. Testified about the amount of blood found. He was asked to explain the process for his autopsies. In samantha's case he took one hundred seventy photos. Due to the extreme amount of injuries he was asked about his first observations of her body. What was the to saw the rest. Your immediate attention. The two things first the first thing was that she had an extensive amount of insect activity on surface of the body. And the second thing pretty much at the same time wasn't she had many stab wounds Over the services at the by he said samantha had been stabbed more than one hundred.

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"mr roland" Discussed on Court Junkie

Court Junkie

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"mr roland" Discussed on Court Junkie

"Mixture originating from two individuals. The first scenario is samantha. Josephson in an unidentified unrelated individual contributed to the mixture versus scenario to for its two unidentified unrelated individuals that attributed to ensure means. She's not a contributor. The result of that comparison is the dna profile is approximately three point. Eight subterranean times more likely smith josephson in an unidentified unrelated individual contributed to the mixture of two unidentified unrelated individuals contributed to the mixture time. Back in our verbal scale would will level support is that for samantha josephson's inclusion in the profile. On mr rolling shoe. This would fall into our very strong support rage. They then asked about any dna found underneath nathanielsz fingernails the da vial was interpreted as a mixture originating from three individuals. Because these are nathaniel rollins generals. We can expect his dna reasonably be there so he is his dini. Profiles considered in both scenarios scenario wine is nathaniel roland samantha josephson in an unidentified unrelated individual contributed to the mixture versus mary where nathaniel rowlands in two unrelated individuals contributed to the mixture. The result of that comparison is routinely profile is approximately ninety four million times. More likely if nathaniel orland smith joseph sent in an unidentified unrelated individual contributed to the mixture that thing roland into unidentified unrelated individuals contributed to the mixture. The prosecution also inquired about other clothing items belonging to nathaniel including a sock into bandanna dating profile was interpreted as a mixture originating from two individuals. The first scenario is samantha. Justice saved an unidentified unrelated individual contribute to the mixture versus a scenario where it's too identified unrelated individuals that contributed to the mixture. The result evacuate harrison is dina profile is approximately four times more likely if samantha gis said in an unidentified unrelated individual contributed to the mixture than two identified unrelated individuals contributed to the mixture to recap that samantha's dna was found on nathanielsz flipflops underneath his fingernails and on his sock and bandanna then the testimony turned to the blood in the car. The specific parts tested were the rear of the console. The passengers headrest the driver's headrest the rear passenger seat and the seat belts agent. Doing said there's very strong support that the blood found on all of those locations included blood from samantha. Agent duane then told the jury about blood found in that family dollar grocery bag located in the dumpster at marinas apartments again. The blood came back as very strong. Support that it was from samantha but on several occasions during the direct examination agent duane mentioned an unknown profile and when prosecutors asked about the dna found under samantha's fingernails not only was there an unknown profile there too but nathaniel rowlands profile was excluded. What are your results. is mr roland on. The item. Daniel roland is excluded as a possible contributor for the right hand fingernail. Scrapings misjustice correct. That's that and that was done by the analysis that you talked about earlier that process that is crack. Is there a second time of process or analysis that you can do in regards to dna vows will. that's separate from the starbucks. Yes what is that. we also perform. What is called why. Sdr testing what is your why s. You're testing is a type of technology that allows us to just isolate male vide just for mailing. That is correct. So did you. Perform westie are testing on this item. Sixteen point one. I did and the process for conducting. The test is completely different. From the starbucks that you described earlier the statistic. It's different statistic is different. Thank you so the ratios the numbers. You've been reciting. do you do that. Same thing for the white cr analysis. Now it's a different type of sadistic okay. Did you conduct analysis on this item. I did and what was the result. The partial why scr profile developed is insufficient interpretation. What does that mean. That means that there was not enough. Dna developed to interpret now. Let's talk about sixteen point two. Which is the left hand fingernail scrapings again in that situation under the the star makes what was your under star. Mex- what would your finding name. Her developed is attributable to smith. Joseph said and. I'm sorry with mr roland. Included or excluded as part of that. Daniel roland is excluded as possible. Contributor to do attempt to do any wise cr Analysis on that i did and what was the result. No t. r. profile was developed when it was time for cross examination. The defense wanted to focus on that unknown profile. Part of the unknown profile was found within the same batches as samantha's blood and you've excluded everybody else that you had proposed for. Yes that is correct. So it's samantha jones said mixed with an unidentified person yes the defense also asked about a few other locations from the car where an unknown profile was found. They argued that each location which included the gearshift and steering wheel could imply that someone unknown drove the black chevy impala. So there's still one profile this on the gear shift to this heart don't belong to correct. Yes that is correct. The defense asked agent wayne about the clothes nathaniel had allegedly been wearing. The night of samantha's murder. The clothes found in meritas trash. There was evidence of samantha on the clothes along with again an unknown profile and the profiles a mixture of two individuals that is correct and samantha josephson's likelihood of being a contributor to this mixture. Is pretty strong right yes. The dna profile is three point. Seven seven million times more likely her and one individual. What another person contributing to the measure that is correct. Anything or roland is excluded. From being at second person correct that is correct and you excluded everybody else that you had been samples or with this particular item. Yes that is correct. So what samantha. Joseph said an an unidentified person that we don't know that is correct then. There was another piece of evidence. Defense wanted to ask agent duane about the hunting knife that was found meritas trash. So you did. A you received a swab from the radio Correct that is correct. Mr rowlands profile is not on that late. Correct that.

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"mr roland" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"mr roland" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Sullivan. Welcome back. Thanks for staying with us. John McGinnis in four times. Sullivan Tom's coming back tomorrow. In the meantime, I get the pleasure of chatting with you and talking about some, like I'm gonna in depth conversations. Something I find to be of extraordinary interest. It's a very, very, very eyes a bad memory in the US having to do with the city of Tulsa, a city have had occasion to visit and I find the people to be extraordinarily charming, by the way. But things were not quite like that back on the weekend of May 31st through June 1st 1921 100 years ago. When, when mobs of white residents, many of them actually given river weapons by city officials, attack black residents and burned businesses of what was known as the Greenwood District in Tulsa. Alternatively known as Black Wall Street on by the way, it was a place where black people lived. And in 1921, we're doing pretty well there. I find this all to be so incredibly, obviously, it's it's a very, very, very sad, disgraceful time in our history. But it's also interesting to look at all the dynamics that came together on this. This was the Tulsa race Riot it mark. So what many describe is among the worst single incidents of racial violence in American history. The attack, carried out on the ground and from private aircraft destroyed more than 35 square blocks of the district at that time, the wealthiest black community in the United States known as Black Wall Street. More than 800. People were admitted to hospitals and as many as 6000 black residents were in in turn in enlarge facilities, many of them for several days. The Oklahoma Bureau of Vital Statistics officially recorded 36 dead. However, 2001 State Commission examination of events was able to confirm 39 dead 26 black people and 13 white people based on contemporary autopsy reports, death certificates and other records. The commission gave several estimates ranging from 75 to 300 dead. The massacre actually began during Memorial Day weekend after 19 year old Dick Rowland of Black Shoe Shiner. Was accused of assaulting a woman by the name of Sarah pays young woman 17 year old white elevator operator at the Drexel building. Um Mr Roland was taken into custody after the arrest. Rumors spread through the city that Roland was to be lynched. Upon hearing reports that the mob of hundreds of white men had gathered around the jail where Roland was being kept. A group of 75 black men, some of whom were armed, arrived at the jail in order to ensure that Roland not be lynched. The sheriff persuaded the group of people to leave the jail. Actually assuring them that he had the situation under control. A shot was fired. And then according to the report, the sheriff report by the sheriff, I should say all hell broke loose. At the end of the night, the end of the encounter of wishing really resulted in a gun battle 12 people were killed 10 white and two black. As of as the news of these death spread throughout the city, mob violence exploded. White writers rampage through the black neighborhood that night and into the next morning, killing men and burning and looting the stores and homes around noon on June 1st 100 years ago today. Oklahoma National Guard imposed martial law, effectively ending the massacre. About 10,000 black people were left homeless and property damage amounted to more than $1.5 million in real estate at about $750,000 in personal property. By the way in 2020 21 21 terms that would be about 32.65 $32.7 million. In losses. Many survivors left Tulsa while black and white residents who stayed in the city kept silent about the terror. All of the associated violence and resulting losses for decades. Massacre was largely omitted from local, state and national histories. It's very interesting. I find this to be incredible. How had occasion to speak with A gentleman in his twenties today, who's well informed he had heard nothing about this until it made some news recently just because of the anniversary, also spoke to a friend of mine who's in Oklahoma, Oklahoma native Not in his twenties, several decades passed that point, and he never learned to think about it. I did. I've learned about it in college. In fact, I'm reasonably certain. I wrote a paper that I wish I'd kept. I wish I had those organizational skills to keep things for a long period of time, but I'm inclined to throw things away. But actually wrote a paper back in the seventies. S 0 1996 75 years after the massacre of bipartisan group in the state Legislature authorized the formation of the Oklahoma Commission to study the Tulsa race right of 1921. The commission's final report published in 2001 States that the city had conspired with the mob of white citizens against black citizens. Recommended a program of reparations to survivors and their descendants. The state passed legislation to order establish, uh, scholarships for the descendants of survivors encourage the economic development of Greenwood and develop a park in memory of the victims of the massacre and Tulsa. Park was dedicated in 2010, and last year the massacre became a part of the Oklahoma school curriculum. So it's interesting when we talk about a lot of discussion recently about critical race theory, and, uh, you know what should be studied What should be learned. I think all the history should be studied. And learn. I'm not the supporter of critical race theory by any stretch of the imagination fact that take estan strong opposition to it, but I do think the good and the bad. Everything about our history should be in study and because it's it's part of that, where we find ourselves today, and not unlike the discussion we had about the Wuhan lab is the likely source of the Corona virus. It's I think it's zah good course of action take to take to minimize the likelihood a revisiting something of this nature taking place again. Louis market What Oklahoma was like. In 1921. It had a racially socially and politically tense atmosphere. Many servicemen had servicemen rather had returned. At the end of the first World War in 1918, and the American Civil War, which ended in a in 18 65 was still in living memory. Civil rights for African Americans were lacking and the Ku Klux Klan was resurgent, although primarily through the widely popular 1915 film the birth of a Nation Tulsa as a booming oil city supported large number of affluent, educated and professional African American people. The people who live in that green with district were very, very successful people. The territory of northern Oklahoma have been established for the resettlement of Native Americans from the South East, some of whom had owned slaves. Other areas had received many settlers from the south whose families have been slaveholders before the civil war. Oklahoma was admitted as a state on November 16th 19 Oh, seven, so is relatively new state. Uh, the new leak created, state Legislature passed racial segregation laws commonly known as Jim Crow laws. At his first order of business. That was what was important to them. At that time in 19. Oh, seven. The.

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"mr roland" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

08:31 min | 1 year ago

"mr roland" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Andrew Go Beale says he likes what he's been seeing. It has been more than a year since would see this crowd and it is fantastic with thrilled to see everybody returning. This marks the first holiday. That's come up since the CDC relaxed its guidance on mask wearing For fully vaccinated individuals, But masks are still required on flights. Liz Kennedy GNN News It is the Martha Zoller show. And, yes, we're almost to pre pandemic levels of traveling. I'm actually going somewhere this weekend and next weekend. I'm getting on an airplane for the first time since, like November of 2019. So I'm pretty excited about that. Last time. I went this long without traveling some somewhere by air is when I was having babies just didn't go anywhere for like, five years. So it zwah of those things. I think we're back. I would just say to you and I know I've said it a million times before, please. I know they didn't allow people go to the doctor last year for screenings and things like that. We're starting to see increases in cancer and heart disease. And late stage cancer diagnoses. Please take care of your total health. Okay. When it comes right down to it, Cove, it is not the worst thing that could happen to you. So please have a good relationship with the primary care doctor Do with that primary care doctor tells you to do is far screenings, etcetera, and all of us would be a lot happier any way you could join us on the phones at 7705352911. Or you can text us that that number. Let's go talk to Joe and Ella. Jay. Hey, Joe. How you doing, Ma? Great. So listen, we got a We got another ride. You tell they're going over here named Lisa Herman. She's a fireball and you'll get to meet her. She's a super Are but I want to tell you we got killed. Engine L King. Coming June 12th first year anniversary of my leadership class. June the 12th Saturday Post barbecue and we loved inviting anybody to come out strongly endorsed killed and I think he will be a great taxpayer and small business champion. He's been a very successful in business. I don't know whether you know it or not, but I do very pleasant. Like they're replacing the party. They're throwing Friday night down at Jekyll Island and I will be traveling on the 12th, though, so I will not be able to come Well, you were great and keep up the good work. I think I think you and by that, I mean you and Steve Morning. People like y'all are gonna stop the bike in tax increases. I don't know anybody who's for these tax and spending increases. We need to be cutting taxes and spending. But anyway, have a great day. Love you show Thanks so much, Joe. And really, the statistics show 68%. Of people are not in favor of this tax increase. Repealing the trump tax cuts. They like President Biden. Okay, he's got a favorable rating. All right, But when you dig down into the issues, they don't want their taxes raised. And so 68%. It's not just Republicans. All right, so that is a bipartisan thing. I think Joe's right that I would like to give myself credit for that. But I can't do that. It is one of those things that the senators and Congress people. Are going to see that most of the people in their districts do not favor the more taxes. That's just the way it is. People want spending to be under control. And that's what we need to work towards. Look, I wanted to talk today because the president is going tol Tulsa, Oklahoma on that 1/100 anniversary of the massacre in Greenwood and Greenwood is was a suburb of Tall said there were several of these communities around the country. Where African Americans that were segregated said Fine, We'll just go and make our own place. And especially in Greenwood. We had places like Chuck Town in Georgia, and there were other places across the country. But especially in Greenwood. These folks were uber successful by anybody's standards. Okay, and this was back. In the early 19 hundreds, Oklahoma had become a state in 1907. And Tulsa was really the only place in Oklahoma that had a significant African American population. I can't think I don't think you could call Oklahoma Southern State. I don't think you could call Texas a southern state. Although Texas was in the Confederacy, I think that they had a different way of looking at things. East Texas is kind of way it's kind of borderline like you get over East Texas like out towards Louisiana and Arkansas, like Yes, sort of. Kind of. Yes, yes, and look. Texas was part of the Confederacy, but it Zhar toe Look at Oklahoma. And say that was a Southern state. It wasn't okay. It was just a place where there was a lot of racism. So you know, there are different reports about how this horrible thing started. But there was a man In a woman, a black man in a white woman who were in an elevator and there was some dispute about what happened in that elevator. There's some people that think they were a couple and they were meeting up there. There's some people that think that that something happened, But the crowd jumped him on the idea that Mr Roland Had done something untoward related to this white woman. And it's a story we heard too many times throughout the south. Okay, and this man lived in Greenwood. He the some World War ones, Veterans. Basically created a fence around him almost and said, no, we're not going to turn him over to you we want We're willing to turn him in to be tried, but we want a fair trial. That led to three days of rioting and a massacre of over 300 people and destruction of property at a level that we have not seen in a very long time. Now, these kinds of things Have happened throughout our history. And I don't think there was I personally don't think they're the responsibility of the government. However, let's remember where we were in 1921 1921 women had just gotten the vote. We had also Basically just gotten out of World War one. And we also on Lee had four federal departments. We now have 13. Okay. We had four federal departments. They were state Treasury. Justice and labor. Labor had just been created. Okay. So justice obviously would have had some control over this. However, it was the Oklahoma State government that covered this up and colluded with the insurance companies so that these folks would not get paid for the destruction of their property. Okay. Now, I don't know if the insurance companies were black owned insurance companies or white owned insurance companies. There were some fairly large black owned insurance companies at that time. That were and I don't know if white owned insurance companies would ensure properties in Greenwood. That's something I just don't know. And I'm trying to find out the answer to it. I do think one. These insurance companies should be held responsible if they're still in business. That's the problem here if they colluded with the Oklahoma government to be able to make sure that these people weren't paid. Because they called it a riot instead of a massacre. Okay, then these insurance companies need to be held to account. The federal government should only step in. If there's any evidence that the federal government was involved in this, you know the segregation laws were state laws. They were not federal laws. Okay, so I understand the president going there, and I think it's appropriate. That he is there and that we're telling the real story of what happened there. I think that's totally appropriate and right. But I think that before we promise reparations or all of that, we need to determine what the parameters are. And I think all of us should want the answer off. What did these insurance companies do? And who were the his insurance companies that denied payment. To these people that lost everything. I mean, I mean, loss of life is much greater than loss of property. Okay. In my view, loss of life is much greater. But there were people that were buried in mass graves, and these families never even had an opportunity to have a funeral. That may be the responsibility of the government..

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"mr roland" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"mr roland" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"A switch from the Air Force is Airman Basic Airman Airman, First Class Senior Airman and staff sergeant. Space forces that the people should address troops in the first four rings. As specialists, however, abbreviations or the full titles will also be acceptable. Enlisted system continues on to technical surgeon and then chief Master Sergent. And unlike their force, there is no command Chief Master Sergeant. I'm a listener rings. The top enlisted member will now be known as chief Master Sergent of the Space Force. Now, while the rings will stay the same in the officer side, the space force has decided to call this top breath Chief of space operations and vice chief of space operations. As compared to the Air Force's chief and vice chief of staff. Guardians will continue wearing the same air force rank insignias like to shiver in patches, at least while the space force finalizes new designs sometime in the coming months, they're even asking troops to weigh in on the future of the enlisted space for insignias. This decision comes shortly after the space force's first birthday, as well as a previous announcement that the services members will be known as Guardians, Space Force mission, spam ballistic missile warnings, GPS guidance for personnel and weapons, satellite communications and other missions that have been around for years under the Air Force. Proponents say those jobs will become increasingly important and difficult as countries jockey for free rein in space. As they search for general neutral terms with more combat ethos. Some instead pushed the department defense to adopt navel rings. Now, for example, Star track used navel rings because they thought it made better sense when talking about a space ship. And for decades, the public has gotten you so those maybe ranks at least in regards to space. So although many of the military and even the White House like the Pope fund at the new space Force, I think it's great that the service is working hard to make its own identity. Roll into freedom. I'm sure for Mr Roland asked me. Thank you, Colonel. Thanks rolling. I learned things about our military every time you share Straight ahead on front lines of freedom will discuss Turkey and Iran with Leela Gilbert. Then we'll meet Vietnam vet John Twist who lost his vet son. All this is coming up. Colonel Denny Dillon. You're standing tall in front lines of freedom. I'll be right back Troops. It's time for sit ups. Start with 50 good.

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"mr roland" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"mr roland" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Airman Basic Airman Airman First Class Senior Airman and staff sergeant. Space forces said the people should address troops in the first four rings as specialists, however, abbreviations or the full titles will also be acceptable. Enlisted system continues on to technical surgeon and then chief Master Sergent. And unlike their force, there is no command chief Master sergeant on the list New rings. The top enlisted member will now be known as chief Master Sergent of the Space Force. While the rains will stay the same in the officer side, the space force has decided to call this top brass chief of space operations and vice chief of space operations. That's a compared to the Air Force's chief and vice chief of staff. Guardians will continue wearing the same air force rank insignias like to shiver in patches, at least while the space force finalizes new designs sometime in the coming months, they're even asking troops to weigh in on the future of the enlisted space for insignias. This decision comes shortly after the space force's first birthday, as well as a previous announcement that the services members will be known as Guardians, Space Force mission, spam ballistic missile warnings, GPS guidance for personnel and weapons, satellite communications and other missions that have been around for years under the Air Force. Proponents say those jobs will become increasingly important and difficult as countries jockey for free rein in space. As they search for general neutral terms with more combat. Ethel's some instead pushed the department defense to adopt navel rings. Now, for example, Star track used navel rings because they thought it made better sense when talking about a space ship. And for decades, the public has gotten you so those maybe ranks at least in regards to space. So although many of the military and even the White House like the Pope fund at the new space Force, I think it's great that the service is working hard to make its own identity. Roll into freedom. I'm sure for Mr Roland asked me. Thank you, Colonel. Thanks rolling. I learned things about our military every time you share Straight ahead on front lines of freedom will discuss Turkey and Iran with Leela Gilbert. Then we'll meet Vietnam vet John Twist who lost his vet, son. All this is coming up. I'm Colonel Denny Dillon. You're standing tall of front lines of freedom. I'll be right back Troops..

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"mr roland" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"mr roland" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Joined by my good friend, Dean. We'll be talking about stuff that we hope to get common ground on its being interesting show. Take this could be a crazy week. We just left one big, crazy week and next week to be even crazier. Question is of the day is a 25,000 national guards being deployed in D. C. For this week's upcoming Inauguration over overkill is a dividing a nation by doing this We've been seeing a lot of craziness way we really need to see is our cup country. Come together, Can it happen? I mean, today you had a LSI coming out against the President Biden against his feelings with regard to working with Republicans is this the way in the United States was supposed to be set up? I just don't understand it. I just don't see the necessity of having all these troops in D. C. I think it sends a bad message. And the question I have is one of the other countries thinking about it Deem Welcome to the show. What do you think about all this? How are you? I'm hanging in there and there and the Ravens just tied it up at three. Yeah. The Hehe Mr Roland. Sober, Huh? Enrollment for health Insurance is over. It was over last night. Yeah. So what happens if someone wants health insurance now? Can't buy insurance. There's no way they do it only when they come by. Insurance right now. Still qualified Life effect, meaning they gotta get married, divorced birth of a child, an adoption of a child to death. Loss of a job washing incredible coverage stuff like that, Otherwise, no, you you can't buy insurance, which I totally think it's Bs. Yeah, that's that's ridiculous here. Here's the problem. You know that's that's going into different angle, but I know but it's a good one. It's really good. But here's the problem with the way the affordable characters set up. First of all, you can only buy insurance. You normally it's ends December 15th issue the extent because of covert. So when you look at health care, you don't have the options to buy. And right now they're talking about doing away with these short term policies now and value can only on a short term policy once for a year, Max After that, you can't read. You can't get one, but You know when they take away the mandate these prices this year was so high. Ah, lot of people are gonna box. I mean, Democrats could really put themselves in a bad position. Nobody ever talks about how to cut these rates, and they don't use intelligence. They really should have to open the Romans themselves in a really good position would be great, wouldn't it? I'd like that. Trey Gowdy's Podcast. They were just they were just promoting Trey Gowdy's podcast on just before you're commercial, and he's and they had a statement that he made, which said. On social media on the news. Wherever you turn, everything is negative. How can anybody How can anything ever happen if you think everything is negative? And you know, why can't Why can't we be positive about? You know you were going to look at the health care? I think they should have to open the Romans per year and they could do that. You know what they did, and I don't think they should have it. And you know you're gonna laugh at me. I know the insurance carriers will book but I think open a Roman in December Stupid. Here's one of the reasons why, When you buy insurance, you have to pay your December premium. And then you gotta pay your January payment in December prior to Christmas. Who's got that kind of money? Really stupid. I know. I mean, they really nobody talks about how to cut prices. And I will tell you this, I would be totally bipartisan. I have plans that could work that could work for everybody. But You know, the left won't listen to the right and the right. Well, listen to the left, and then we all lose. That's that's the case. And like like this, like when I talk went up to the show the topic when you talk about all these troops, 25,000 troops armed to the teeth. Doesn't that sound a little crazy and United States of America? You would hope I mean, it's my hope. That they have credible information to need that that's you know that I got to tell you $25 you need 25,000. If there's gonna be an invasion. I can't imagine Americans are going to invade Americans. At this level. I I honestly cannot see it. I hope not. But they do incredible information. What they assume is credible information that people are going to Show up with that kind of information arrest should be made. I mean, they've shut down air travel, They shut down almost every way to get into D. C train plane. There's nowhere to stay. They don't really want people going to D. C and I don't know what's gonna happen. Another state capitals. Are people really going to do that? I mean, apparently. Um, you don't want there's the whole underground network that you know where people feel like they've been You know? Say that something's been taken away from them that they deserve. You know, I lobby I I go back to D. C several times here. I did. I'm not going back to share. I'm not going. I'm not going to the capital conference in Carson City again this year. I don't want you know what I have to tell you something. I have gotten so tired of the political Bs. I'm both sides. I mean, we're all losing everybody. You put that together with coverted and And all the all the issues that go along with covert that we've had to deal with, you know, stay inside, stay, you know, and you know, and there's people out there to say. First of all, you're supposed to be building up communities if you've got if you had cove it if you had it. You really don't need the shot. I mean, there's so many stories out there. You don't know what to believe. And, frankly, where do we go from here? I mean, I gotta be honest with you. I don't know. Here. I hear all the stories about wearing a mask and what not, I personally think the mess we wear are good ones, and we were if you were the 90 five's okay, But by the same token, I'm in a casino last night, Having dinner with my wife went to the movies were walking out. There's a guy no mask, you smoking, no problem. Another guy takes his mask off. He's smoking. No problem. I mean, this is the problem. There's too many controversies. Are conflicting things going on there. Just not consistent, and I'll tell you right now, if the casinos are only a 25%. I'm really a woman. What if there's only 25% occupancy in the casino? I'm a woman. I'm really a girl. I'm not a guy 25%. They're letting more people that is what you're saying. Oh, my God. The casinos are packed. Yeah..

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'The Writing On The Wall' Finds Poetry Behind Bars, Projects It Onto Buildings

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04:26 min | 2 years ago

'The Writing On The Wall' Finds Poetry Behind Bars, Projects It Onto Buildings

"The wall takes the words of incarcerated people beyond prison and jail walls. The project began small but gained new visibility through projections of the writer's words on the sides of buildings in the U. S and Mexico. John Kayla's reports that it is a collaboration between a conceptual artist, a college professor and those whose words they want to share. Devon Simmons served 15 years in New York prisons lens hanging off the tree limbs. Skeletons of these two range in strange fruits with strong braided brownstone. Intrigued by envy, he reads from a poem by Carl Burn hard that is part of the writing on the Wall Project. Simmons graduated from the prison to college Pipeline program, which included a seminar with artist Hank Willis Thomas, one of the co founders of the writing on the Wall. Speaking via Skype, Thomas says working with his incarcerated students sparked the idea of sharing their creative output with those on the outside is a eureka moment. Look at all the wisdom look at all the heart that is imprisoned in our society. There was a huge hypocrisy or irony that I thought we could and should be focusing on There was so much poetry and there just so much beauty drawings, thoughts so much reflection of humanity. That's Bozz Dries ing, the other co founder of the writing on the wall. She also founded the Incarceration Nations Network, a coalition of prison reformers, and she teaches English at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Technically, I was teaching English classes. But really, I was teaching criminal justice through the lens of humanities. And that to me is what the writing on the wall is. The idea for the project came winds rising. There show Thomas some of the writing she's been given by incarcerated people. Two enlisted architects to design mobile installation move that resembled a prison cell with the words of the incarcerated on the walls, floor and ceiling. The idea was to take the booth two cities around the U. S and Canada. But after it's New York debut, the tour was cancelled by the pandemic in prison by covert Bye, Mr Roland Davis. We were taken over by a virus, more cities in any terrorist attack. As the days and weeks turn into months, Americans locked themselves into their homes and fear of what was to come. We? We had to lock inside our cages because it was the safest place for us to be. With the tour cancelled. The organizer's got the idea of projecting those words on public buildings, often ones that are part of the criminal justice system. They enlisted a company called Chemistry Creative to come up with a projection system. The last installation was at Brooklyn Public Library Standing outside chemistry. Creative producer Sidney McDonald describes the first projection. Nobody was out on the streets. There was still very strict fans on everything being closed, and nobody actually really sawed in really life besides the people who were there, but the projections on but since then the writing on the wall has been Seen in Detroit, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Washington, DC Columbus, Ohio, in Mexico City again or just Hank Willis Thomas. There is nothing that Eisen artists or anyone could really do or say that was more extraordinary. Them things that these artists were doing as you say. I talk about those artists, and some of them had not thought about themselves artists, but it was clear that they were. One of those artists is divine Simmons, who is now working as a paid curator and tour guide for the project. If you take the time to actually read some of the material is in the installation. You recognize that people

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