17 Burst results for "Mr Segel"
"mr segel" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Well, we're hopeful that through shining a light on this issue that we can achieve the objective of having all the students voting satis restored and taking away this impediment where they're being asked to fill out additional papers, which will, of course lengthened the wait for voting and would discourage some students from voting. But I'm just really thankful that I'm able to use my campaign to shine light on this issue. The stork issue that you outlined. I mean, there are so many women of color African American leaders in that community who have been fighting for voting rights for decades. And so the fact that we can use this campaign to to shine a light on what's happening while they're county gives me a little bit of encouragement. I think big picture. We're gonna have to continue to negotiate with Waller county with the county judge to get them to reverse their decision. One thing you didn't note Rachel was that they just announced this decision two weeks before the close of voter registration. So on September twenty six is when they announced that a meeting that they were going to change the way they perceive the voting. Status of the students. And so really this is very late change to the voting status, and it's something that would not be allowed under the previous version of the Voting Rights Act. Texas used to be in pre clearance. And this is something that because it's an impediment voting wouldn't have been allowed. But for that recent supreme court decision that invalidated part of the Voting Rights Act right specifically while account it used to have to get used to have to prove to the Justice department that if they are making any change in their policies or practices around election, they'd have to prove that it wasn't either intended to are going to have the effect of racial discrimination. Now, since the conservative majority and the supreme court killed the Voting Rights Act gutted that part of it, they no longer have to make that proof. I'll ask you just one last question before you go. And this is actually for Jacob, Jacob. There's been reporting that you before you arrested, you were specifically asked whether the candidate are what party the candidate was, whose campaign you were working for. I just want to confirm with you whether or not that that actually happened. I think that's struck people a lot struck a lot of people around the country as sort of a shocking part of this that you were. Asked what party Mr. Segel was before you arrested. Is that true? Yeah, that is accurate. And Mr. Segel Mike was on the phone on speakerphone in he heard the question asked as well. And honestly, that might have been one of the most chilling parts of the entire encounter beak because there's like, I mean, it's pretty clear where someone's coming from when they ask you a question like that. Yeah, especially when you have been arresting you exactly exactly. It was. It was a very, very chilling question. And as I said, Mike hurt it too. So I can definitely confirm that democratic congressional candidate, Mike, Segal running. It's Michael McCall Republican incumbent incumbent in in Texas campaign field director, Jacob Borana, wits, Jacob. Hope you get some sleep. Thanks for making time both of us to talk through this much appreciated. Moorhead tonight's do stay with us. In two thousand fifteen before he was president. But around the time he started running Donald Trump registered eight shell companies that all included the word Jeddah in the company name Jetta spelled with two DS in an h. at the end Jetta is the second largest city in Saudi Arabia Trump creating eight shell companies with that city name in the company name based on past Trump organization practices. That would seem to indicate that the president was planning to build a hotel in Jeddah in Saudi Arabia..
"mr segel" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Being with us tonight. Appreciate you both making the time. Thank you so much racial. We're really glad for this opportunity. Thank you, Rachel, Jacob. I know I'm going to say this as both a thank you and a caveat. I have been advised that you have been awake for well over twenty four hours and that you're in a little bit of physical distress at this point because of what you have been through. I want to thank you for making time given the circumstances and just ask you what you have been through over the last the last day or so, what what actually have you been through. Well, you're recounting events was accurate. I was arrested and held the the Waller county sheriff's jail, and the phone was taken was confiscated. And at the time of his confiscation, they said they were going to seek a warrant to go through its contents. And that didn't happen. And I did get the phone back earlier today. But the the experience was was hair wing and well made me reflect on what people in that county deal with on a day to day year to year basis. Mr. Segel I understand from reporting both in Houston chronicle and from Josh Marshall at talking points memo that you apparently were on the phone with Jacob while he was being detained and basically up until the point where he was arrested essentially, conferring with him trying to advise him through this process. What was that like for you? I, I thought it was a joke. You know that they were just going to ask him a couple of questions and and let him go. But as it continued further and further and more and more law enforcement officials arrived, I think by the end, Jacob was surrounded by seven or more deputies and police officers. I realized that, you know, we are in a different place. You know, I'm lucky enough to live in Austin, Texas, and we don't face this kind of repression on a day-to-day basis. But the idea that a simple taking a picture of delivering a letter would end up being kept in custody for two hours, and you know, they put their hands on Jacob. They wouldn't let them go. They threaten to hold him for multiple days. I was horrified that that they would do this to someone for the simple act of delivering a letter. And what's the status of the students who were the subject of that letter? I ran through a little bit of the history of purview am. Honestly, I could do a week long series about that history because it is such an important thing in American civil rights and what the students have been up against what they fought for what they continue. To have to fight for is a heck of a saga in American voting rights and civil rights. But Mike, what's the? What's the status right now in terms of whether or not these potentially thousands of voters at purview AM are going to be able to cast their votes without any hassle on election day..
"mr segel" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly
"In some ways yes because we like to know who our customers are willing to a big part of our our way of business for the past twenty five years is to have bills a strong and ongoing relationship with the customer and buying direct traumas helps us do that on the other hand we've always tried to support the customer having whatever choices they wanna have and so if it's it's the customer to buy from the gap store there still are custody him yeah we're going to treat them just same so you know if i want to balance it off it's really hard to say i there are there are pros and cons are the benefit of the benefits of the app store outweigh the thirty percent cut again some ways yes against some ways no i think the biggest benefit is that for a certain range of our customers the app store installation experience is just so friction lists for those customers it eliminates any tech support questions about installation or update because it just happens so that saves you money right there yeah in in a sense yet and and when they when i download from the app store download it from apple through their network not from you at all that's correct yeah and how's the how has it been for well you don't know yet out that somebody else updates some people some developers have complained about the game certainly on ios about the difficulty of the 'gatekeeping slows down the update process are you concerned at all about that not as much as we used to be from what i've seen lately the experience of a few other folks that i'm friends with apper hugh turn times are down to a day or less good okay and so that sort of fits with our own process pretty well when there's when there's a deterministic amount of time for aperture you and it's a very short deterministic amount of time that makes it much much easier for us to plan our update released timing for good any other questions for mr segel or can we let them get back to work on bb at it.
"mr segel" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"And he said krista borey which blew my mind what was that experience like playing such wonderfully evil character it was i you know i thought also nothing was going to be like this i had a great time because i was just so you know just so filled with the adventure of of doing something i'd never done before and plus i was like really in good shape both has an actor and physically so i just was just coming up with all kinds of ideas and you know laughed half of them out of the room but half of them thought we're good ideas so i felt like i was really collaborating and creating this this this film certainly treating this character it was only after you know when it came out and there's this thing called typecasting that was a rude awakening and that and that for years you know all anybody wanted to see me who was just to kill people that really got old very quickly and and you know and sort of like sent me down a different path actually sent me back to doing cedar but it was a great experience i mean it really was revelatory i imagined that mr segel had a really good time working with you since he has to be charlie eric right afterwards he was very loyal and you know and he also you know he he made sure that i was going to be in that film because he knew that i was you know i was up against it you know once once dirty harriet komo it's so funny about i'm charlie very you know i make it sound like it was a charity thing but it really wasn't it was it was a terrific role and and it was very different from you know the scorpio killer.
"mr segel" Discussed on Mafia
"Ali would turn their back on him because they didn't actually realize you're dealing with a murderer one of the first things that have of when he gets arrested hillcrest country club which is the country club for jews and hollywood ways play golf was milton berle governor walks in the rest of says it will resign we don't want you as a member anymore oh my god he went crazy when he heard but it was a signal his days role because now he was not the roguish guy in the in the in the beautiful suits you know who talked about being a hollywood actor of self some day and hung around with his friend george raft and all of that stuff now he's a pariah he's a murder it's very different thing there's a difference between carrying the whiff of gang land and being pinned for a very specific murder just couldn't handle that he's used to being a life of the party he's used to being everyone's friends the funny guy charismatic guy in the room when got all the ladies and all of a sudden that stopped and he couldn't handle it was determined to show the world that the jewish gangster raised in new york's east side ghetto was not to be sneered at seeing headlines that said bugsy drove him nuts the nickname in yiddish was vilda haya which means a wild animal and the american translation of that was crazy as a bedbug and that's where the dick name bugsy came from the hague it he wanted to be called ben or mr segel the level of insecurity the core of ben siegel self esteem is a real key part to understanding him because no matter how successful they got somebody like ben siegel was very very aware that there were people looking down their nose at him along with his lover for ginny hill bugsy now set off on the biggest gamble of his life a one horse desert town that would make his name and ultimately bring about his downfall.
"mr segel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The home of a senior official one policeman was slightly injured no one has claimed responsibility for the explosions were hinges have previously carried out attacks but reckon is also home to a radical buddhist group the atacan army elvis presley's daughter lisa marie has filed a one hundred milliondollar lawsuit against her former business manager accusing him of leaving her financially ruined miss france louis alleges that barry siegel squandered her inheritance from her father through his reckless mismanagement and selfserving ambition mr segel blames her lavish lifestyle and failure to follow his advice at the winter olympics in south korea estela debts go of the czech republic has become the first women to win gold medals in two separate sports it at scott took gold in the snowboard parallel giant slalom she was a firm favourite to win the event in contrast to her shock victory in the alpine skiing superg the bbc's commentary team watched her crossed the finish line his story seas it is incredible medal in the steering his superg quotation of now josh slalom snowboard competition being done before modern times in eleven dimes north of delays bbc news how do i need to go ramizi and welcome back to the world this week should teachers carry guns in the classroom donald trump's response to another us school shooting provoked an outcry would you buy a new cryptocurrency launched by.
"mr segel" Discussed on Science Friday
"Is left to study now but what makes them different from the fearul horses out there well i guess it is nice to be able to study something that that has been on impacted by you mr segel their natural behaviour would it be like it will help us understand how they acted in in in the very deep past but actually the there's nothing gotten nothing's actually gone extinct here in a way you these beasts strausskahn horses are still alive so he's not like suddenly we made made a whole species extinct is simply that they have been them to have been on the human control is important and and now gone gone back to being federal so that's the good that the good news here that i guess i mean nothing's nothing's actually i mean before anybody gets really what it than extinct at extinction has been caused by a paper this week it hasn't these these horses is still alive and well and and still their behavior he's probably about as close to wildest we're going to seat because they've been federal for a very long time so our sr these feral horses nuts like the wild horses that we can still learn study learned from them well i think i think we probably can still learn an awful lot from the many sit in the closest we now have a supposed to contact the czech cotton because because there are no other true wild horses to to examine but but i would imagine that they that the best thing that we can possibly still study and they're still incredibly important as a result do we do we know where the first modern horace comes from could it be good.
"mr segel" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"He had singular success in winning and collected compensation for assets expropriated by boris yeltsin at vladimir putin of the those have been covered by the world media at his case fetal mayor versus the russian federation has become precedentsetting international case law currently he is the ceo of the usbased asset recovery company mr segel meyer i'm curious if you could give us serve your view of these indictments well i think it was a long time coming and then blasted finally somebody gets happening on that front um it is a little bit of a surprise to me by it'd be probably seems to be taken by surprise the action coming from russia uh there is something to be expected so this is nothing new for me and it should be clear that this is on the on the agenda and has been for many many years in many many countries i find it interesting abuse the fact of course at one time there was a severe ideological difference between the united states and other parts of the west and the old soviet union soviet union was a a communist state and it push the marxistleninist philosophy and i'm not sure how you would describe russia today accepted certainly has marxist leninist i don't know gangster capitalism comes to mind but i again other the just generally assaulting a descent and discord in the west i'm not sure exactly what they're trying to accomplish what they're trying to accomplish is very simple russia is your right to say is a state now that has no ideology if anything it only has one thing in mind that its money the money obviously goes to the offense financial all the russian society who from one use the person that has not invented corruption increasing off the country but certainly has made it a stand the program which enables him sustain in charge because literally russia a as you know we say huge country if it in order to stay in charge he basically gave all people in the local government the liberty third bridge themselves as long as they don't interfere with him and the kremlin policy and of course uh not interfering with any of his friends the dart cooling effect you that so why any kind of outcome would have been acceptable as long as they so discord that's what i'm hearing absolutely right i mean what what they have been doing in the.
"mr segel" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Me the guy who says i can throw anywhere any place any time that make a difference to me he competition two showed down i give the my my name against others give me the football where do you want me to show up for this work that that's to kinda guy i want be in the quarterback mighty so are only a couple of weeks away from that so we do have some football the discuss baseball's underway in florida and arizona teams are showing up i just took out the over unders i'll run a more down for your of the teams in major league baseball bombarded dot lv or fewer gambling sites him to me last night some surprises there still a whole bunch of free agents sitting out there on the open market they started their own camp to stay in shape while they await what they feel are fair offers from demons and there's a lot to discuss about major league baseball even though they haven't even started playing spring training games join amac gonna talk at all would you tonight and a major league baseball nfl college ucs mixed dan i was what what game was watching today miami in syracuse who's on our buddy i in eagle who caused the games for cbs was doing a game for cbs would go raffray his son was doing this game and the syracuse radio network and they look like father and son to i don't know if you saw the of the broadcast it was actually pretty cool and i am the body so i can tell him right now how he got a good looking son i'm still not honour percent sure mr segel's gotta get all the credit for that but miami lost and churches one and i think it made both teams seventeen and nine for the year i really do believe that darrar right now about fifty teams in major college basketball that are either seventeen and nine sixteen and ten or eighteen innate the role in that threegame range and they're like teams sixteen in the country to team 45 in.
"mr segel" Discussed on WLOB
"Of those have been covered by the world media at his case seattle mayor verses russian federation has become precedentsetting international caselaw currently he is the ceo of a us based asset recovery company mr segel meyer i'm curious if you could give a server your view of these indictments well i think it was a long time coming in but i'm glad that finally something is happening on that front um it is a little bit of a surprise to me by everybody seems to be taken by surprise that these actions me me from russia uh there is something to be expected so this is nothing new for me and it it it should be clear that this is on the on the agenda and has been for many many years many many countries i find this interesting in view of the fact of course at one time there was a severe ideological difference between the united states and other parts of the west and the old soviet union soviet union was a a communist state and it pushed a marxist leninist philosophy and i'm not sure how you would describe russia today accepted certainly has marxistleninist i don't know gangster capitalism comes to mind uh but i again other the just generally assaulting a descent and discord in the west i'm not sure exactly what they're trying to accomplish year or they're trying to accomplish is very simple russia is here right they say it's a state now they've has no ideology if anything it only has one thing in mind that this money and the money obviously goes to the financial off the russian society who can from one is a person that has not invented corruption than facing off the country but he is certainly has maybe it's a stand the program which enables him to stay in charge because literally russia and as you know is a huge country if it in order to stay in charge it basically gave all people in the local government the liberty to enrich themselves as long as there's only if the fear with him and the kremlin policy and of course uh not interfering with any of his friends are doing exactly that so why any kind of outcome would have been acceptable as long as they so discord is that what i'm hearing absolutely right i mean what what they have been doing in the.
"mr segel" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Questions over the course of the hearing thank you for inviting us sippy is stands with the committee on foreign investment in the us through off mr segel you're now recognize for five minutes german bar a ranking member a member many thank you for inviting me here today my my purpose pull your microphone torture thank you my my purpose is to provide a context for a chinese activities in what the motivations in challenges might be i'm gonna make three three points the first is uh the china has a comprehensive strategy to move up the value chain and develop high technologies for national security and economic interest this is a retail of cspan radio programming from wednesday that strategy involves many parts involves increased investments in r d in science and technology industrial policy and in particular of policies focused on semiconductors artificial intelligence and what's called maiden are made in china 2000 25 which is the use of the internet of things an automated automation on manufacturing uh it has its own foreign investment regime which forces a foreign companies transfer technology in fails to protect ipr uh and it is involved in cyber in industrial espionage and then finally is involved in foreign acquisitions or kennedy acquire those technologies in the united states europe india israel and other locations so the the policy that china has adopted his broad and comprehensive in any you s response will similarly have to be broad and comprehensive second as a number of people have already noted the investment decisions behind two chinese firms is often opaque who the actors are is opaque they may say that they are private they may in fact be private betting still receive significant support from stateowned enterprises they may have tight connections to local or provincial governments and so the sources of the money and the motivation to that money are often unclear they may be strategic they may be economic it may be hiding money from corruption scandals that problem is compounded by the fact that uh president xi jinping has accelerated a process that was started under uproot president hu jintao of civilmilitary fusion and in.
"mr segel" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"London's just glad because mr agag though the sun is i haven't seen him yet this is a steward of the gloveman adam is would expecting him my name is champa by addresses four to six a some news east you know we've had some contact by way of god's insurance business yes and the message i want to see him about policy and then a trawler urged them i want him with my house tomato evening at seven thirty shaw betty whales onto him as soon as he gets eaten mr segel is loaded this ws and just a movement stood that now you all now stood most important telephone message while he has a kenyan about all together okay then otherwise it would they would have disturbed from of his tempers chat st nay oh yes yes perhaps i do know him may i have mentioned to that was all that was all until the next evening filled with after seven o'clock on a streetcar this quiet little insurance salesman jonah said to the conductor of the streak i'm a big gulbudden does these card take me to abuse east i've never been active before and receipt and i knocked as hero as the take you about twenty minutes from air otake who compared to men chocolate out there like oh yes thank you again thank you very much y you'd be go patten mary w the right time these since i deny i i am right for 80s muluzi's stumped i bet one got to the car echo i i i think you'll not constable so i am looking for champa in edison new jersey style i have an appointment to to jordan's ju what happened near the gentleman opposite crime afraid not sir oh my deepest was sympathetic is much passed at 745 says people drive just struck the quarter oh thank you thank you very much indeed.
"mr segel" Discussed on WCHS
"Shifted to the right here yet i am sure and get us what mr segel uh uh the league's then we should then we move to the present day uh donald trump is no more a populist than is bernie sanders i i would argue and it as i said earlier teams to me that um we want to be careful about employing these uh these terms left and white uh in this context because uh i'm not sure that they illuminate the kanawha wildly very much uh donald trump is not really a a conservative they certainly has not committed depending on the issue right and and normally in he uh a liberal or at least he's you know it's hard the those categories i think are not particularly luminated um he certainly is pro american uh his you know he just uh announced in in america first announced in security policy and uh i think so far any way what he has endeavoured to do as i said in the last uh segment is to return sovereignty to the place that the founders laundered it the namely to the people that it's what he's attempted to do how is he done it well he's tried um in so far as he's been able to shrink if saw the government of many government posts are left uh unfilled people him for that the question is does uh does a state department need all of these positions phil do all these various agencies do we really need all these people um uh uh do we need to employ them in the federal government maybe uh the question we should be asking ourselves is what should the struggled dealt then do and what should it knocked you perhaps it is arrogated to itself uh many responsibilities that should be left to the states to local communities to individuals that's a classic conservative viewpoint i mean the wife wife my work to others advocating this or forced to leave that he was yes absolutely and many people myself included did not uh support donald trump uh at the beginning we had other canada i supported a ted cruz now looking back on it although high greatly admire uh senator crews i think he is uh a a very intelligent articulate wellinformed um uh a man i'm not sure that he would have won and uh you know the the the the the the the.
"mr segel" Discussed on 1A
"On jeopardy robert siegel for two hundred all right mr segel one memento i've kept is of framed chip of this i was rushed to the scene in november 1989 to cover coverage stunning fall what gatara what is the berlin wall that's right that's how you know you've made it ladies and gentleman orderly and become a category on jeopardy wanted to one more clue before at a time when more i i'll do it in my best robert siegel i always had fun interviewing the other robert siegel who edited the onion and wrote the movie the founder about this hamburger tycoon ray kroc oh who is right there you go i almost we all hope surveying from around overnight i got it but it's all right jeff mason white house correspondent for reuters that is the correct response have a good friday thank you sir cheryl gay still berg washington correspondent for the new york times thank you cheryl thank you and andrew gaiger is the morning edition host in reporter at wba champ public radio in birmingham thanks andrew great to be with you joshua will dive into the international section of the friday news roundup in just a moment support for npr in the following message come from doctors without borders and independent rapid response medical humanitarian organization with teams and more than seventy countries doctors without borders teams provide medical care to those who needed most such as roe hinge or refugees fleeing violence and me in mar syrian civilians maimed in the ongoing civil war and those afflicted by the cholera outbreak in nigeria learn more at doctorswithoutborders dot org ford one aaa hey before we continue look i know there's a lot of hot gas out there more than you could listen to in a life.
"mr segel" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime
"Hollywood and crime contains depictions of violence and is not suitable for everyone please be advised previously on hollywood and crying it's mr smiling mr segel allen smiley and benjamin siegel if they venture yes mr smile is okay but mr segel ten is dead benjamin ben siegel bugsy siegel yes bugsy siegel is dead look it's no secret that muzenda has been drinking a lot lately my husband we don't allow drinking house but she was here last night she had the divorce papers served on tony after midnight she came over later halflit she was upset let him have it oguz all up wither yelling she left fifteen or twenty minutes later tony left to sky there was a horrible crime but unfortunately is not unique but do you think they're connected yes in a sense to be blunt this was just another barroom pickup in murder nothing more nothing less hollywood and crime is brought to you by ziprecruiter are you hiring do you know where to post your job to find the best candidates with ziprecruiter you can post your job to 100plus job sites with just one click over eighty percent of all jobs posted on ziprecruiter get a qualified candidate in just 24 hours ziprecruiter is used by businesses of all sizes to find the most qualified candidates with immediate results right now you can post jobs on ziprecruiter for free just go to ziprecruiter dot com slash l a crime that's ziprecruiter dot com slash l a crime and one more time to try it for free go to ziprecruiter dot com slash l a crime you can get the next episode of hollywood and crime right now on the tune in app on tune in new episodes of hollywood and crime are available a week early download tune in today and listen for free.
"mr segel" Discussed on Hollywood And Crime
"When officers from the beverly hills police department answered the call it aging ten north linden avenue a distraught young woman was waiting for them on the front lawn and codger he there's been an attack as the gunman in sight no i think he fired through the window i dunno i was upstairs we heard a car drive away second side unit jerry mason i miss hill secretary miss virginia hill this is her home as sheba no she's overseas it's mr smiley and mr segel allen smiley and benjamin seal if they venture yes mr smylie's okay but mr segel than is dead benjamin ben siegel bugsy siegel yes bugsy siegel is dead police who secured the crime scene that night found the famous mobsters sprawled backwards on the couch in the tastefully appointed living room the latest edition of the los angeles times was mind open in his lap it looked like the shots had come from outside that the gunman had hidden in the bushes beneath the archway at the side of the house and fired in through a window nine thirty caliber shells were found in the driveway five of the bullets hit bugsy siegel one of them rip through his head leaving a bloody hole where his right i had been police found bullet holes in the wall above a baby grand piano expensive oil painting statuary and pieces of art were also hit segel's most trusted ally alain smiley had been sitting nearby when bullets started flying one of them raised his shoulder as dove for the floor narrowly escaping death jerry nascent secretary in virginia hills brother check locked out they were upstairs during the attack.
"mr segel" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Guards who are who oh what a happy 21 years of age and older and then uh i would say he cancel number of the security guard qadri would in las vegas proper or former military hormone law enforcement but then you have several different iterative out supporting peace for any security system another canine detection team you are constantly shooter a camera firm from gunshot affection metal detectors it it's really quite extraordinary stitcher let me ask you about something you said it in a meeting of las vegas hotel executives earlier this year you've praised security at las vegas hotels but you also cited the example of disney resorts installing metal detectors as proof in in your words that security can boost profits not just costs you said every single day from the installed them disney's attendance has gone up because people were actually not going because of the fear that the the head how as vegas hotels installed metal detectors have wynn resorts installed them or do they fear that it would do not look hospitable in the hospitality industry there are metal detectors and other depression item that buric exist uh and not as a necessary component really no different mr segel than going to the airport because walk vegas success is predicated on the hospitality industry here if you don't put in place those measures i'm not entirely sure what the runway looked wife what do you do i have you right through saying that at least either the winner the encore the places that of the you consulted with that if the men were to bring ten weapons into the hotel to his room those would all pass through a metal detector at some point i'm really not at liberty to discuss this protest your issue but i can i can tell you at we spurt of property that i have consulted at vet their ability to be able to detect anomalies fructose somebody bringing 10 firearms into a location is quite robot so is you've heard the news today we were you thinking boy i hope from what we've done that this shouldn't have happened at a win resort if this happened at at one of ours we would have detected this awful as it is to say that yes i am happy that august very happy it did not have i will be shocked that had happened at the lynn have read.