12 Burst results for "Mr. Craven"

"mr. craven" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

06:05 min | 11 months ago

"mr. craven" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"That memo which claimed that more than a handful of women complain to hr have been the subject have been subjected to sexual harassment by fields was also denied by the managing director of the company. An overseer of hr carol jenness who denied ever seen or offering that mammal. So here's the thing he brings in this document. i this this is so mental. He says i'm gonna fire this guy because he sexually harassing people you know. What's weird is in the termination letter. It didn't say anything about The sexual harassment and then and then he magically produces this letter that was apparently written by this. Hr person when the judge asked the hr person. Did you sign this letter. She says no. I've never heard of. I don't anything about what they're talking about. The validity of them yet yadda yadda here the validity of the memo which claimed that more than a handful Inner testimony during a civil suit brought by fields against cavanaugh and relativity. She stated that she never heard of any harassment. Claims a nothing of them the memorandum here this when it gets great a forensic audit of the computer was conducted and it was found that the mental had been generated by someone who signed it as cavs. Cab could that be it certainly points to this man wait. Is it this manner this man. They look so similar him No no no. I think it's the other guy. Oh that's right. Yeah that's that's that's capterra. If they had a band together those two would probably be called caffe. Caffe cav probably be called essay. Oh i mean no take that back so awkward. We'll hold on. I think we have a claim call essay because he's falsified memos about sa. He has an essay. Somebody that we know about. But he's falsified memos essay right. So that's that's in the room dude. Can you guys believe what a scumbag this frank. Cavanaugh is like what the record states that two weeks before trial relativity magically discovered another two thousand documents that previously not purdue been produced. One of them was this. Hr memo that was apparently written by genus. The hr person who had never heard of it. The document was a several page memorandum which purported to document a pattern of egregious misconduct. A by mr fields. None of which strangely was mentioned in his termination. Letter an attempt to explain why the memorandum had not been produced earlier relatively relativity submitted. False declarations from mr cavanaugh. Mr craven claimed in his declaration that he was the one to ferret out the location of the memorandum in particular he declared under oath that he suspects suspected the documents had not been produced because it was in a private folder belonging to miss genus. Who was no longer employed at relative. After being given special access to mrs genius supposed private folders. He lied under oath big. That's cra- i'd so this is gonna be in jail. I don't know why you can just lie under oath and just be like cool by and about something so serious he ruined this guy's life like he cannot while he tried. Well no heat for like a year. He almost couldn't get work in hollywood. Oh you were that. I read that it was. It was hard to find any word because he was accused of such a horrible act. You know and this coincided with the harvey weinstein stuff right in the midst of metoo so ryan kavanagh is a man willing to weaponize me to an essay so serious topic literally just to save him money from from having to pay this his contractual severance. I mean there's not a bigger scumbag on this planet. Then ryan kavanagh also. He's quite done to. If i can say that. He's actually quite dumb. He said last edited cav. Cav like the judge is like you aren't idiot and you trust this guy to run shriller wonder chillers is going bankrupt shriller. No wonder their thing is flipped. Yeah he wanted to ruin the sky just to save just to save a few a few bucks that's crazy. I mean basically falsely accusing someone of me stuff is basically like false. Our word accusations which is like just the most horrible thing you can do. S- crazy man so disturbing. This guy wanted to come on our show. By the way cav Field says in bankruptcy crediting Creditor document at the first sight of this mammal he knew it was faked. That's the hr person jen or known janice. Hr person was brought in to a evidentiary hearing to testify and was asked about the memo which claims that three unnamed employs said that fields had inappropriately proposition. Them or touch them. That one of these unnamed female employees said field suggested that he couldn't he that he could further her career. She said she thought it meant in exchange for sex and two other. Unnamed female employs then led to the internal investigation to two more females. Also named seven and all so cavanaugh has has imagined a story where this guy is propositioning people for sexual favors intern for furthering their career. These allegations. nfl filing on may twenty ninth states. these allegations were all fabrications seemingly ripped from the headlines of then recent harvey weinstein scandal crazy..

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"mr. craven" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"mr. craven" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"Directly so now other gonna go visit mr craven over mr craven and they get caught already. Cat-woman clever you are. How nice he'd dropping we're gonna rob your place anyway for now. You're here easier. We no longer need up. Albert's unwillingness to view when you were out. We just think man who's gonna start dating this girl couple decades from like. You can't do this to me. They get talked down boom in into locked Locked cellar was alfred alike. Man naturally there. So meat hooks. They're in some kind of freezer yet. Yeah refrigerators land must be like a hammer of the hanging out on the a and shouldn't they put on the bottom. They make when they make this stack. You would think although proust's dick up with his legs. I don't know i guess anyway so i love. I can't help laughing. You fancies himself with detective and all this time. He's been courting count woman. I know bruce rude they dig up onto a meet about cut his bonds and then he falls down in. Everybody loves her against the refrigerator on the outside. Turn into batman robin. that's right. Never moving giant vase mel gibson. A person maybe two people as exactly what they do. Yup this guy. He has a hilarious joke when they hit him with with a picture frame. He says i've been framed. Cattleman runs away. And you think she's gonna make it an had. Oh she stumbled across batman batman. Have you get here so fast. How did the Or perhaps yes it is. It's an alfred. Alfred says well. What an excellent opportunity to pay off a little death for my good friend alfred. A little spanking will do the trick and believe me. It will hurt you. It will be a and then thicket bruce quick change their clothes alabamian shows of with cat. Women please notify the police with is important capture. The dollar waiting cat Offered like who cares the dow. Just you know right immersive black. I still think offered you were rather drastic with her. Perhaps oser but think about wounded affected the effect mart. Romance have on your digestion semester again like nineteen forty seven right there. I like why would you ever think that was acceptable over these e keeping track. We're at two spankings this episode so long time and that's not even the other one. There's one issue where balanced that random lady quieter. Papa spank the hack. Just wait until next week. But it's so weird. I mean we don't show it but it's like why would you ever think the one adults due to another dull. But what the currency. I knows like because the by t forty four women are just a step above children's. See ya apparently razi award so we can do the next one dick in telegraph boy that boy yes because this ties in with our birthday so we have dick grayson batmans eight offered with running through this afternoon. It's the first time he's ever kept secrets from me a Were wayne whatever's perfect. I met response or imagined as dick leaving. A building glided a uniform. The description holy cow. The kids telegraph boy. Okay i meant to ask my friends. Who do american history. If this is really true it feels fake. They say Moy telegraph says one time drugstore. Totally drugs now they sell everything is the same you understand. And then it's like. Oh sometimes they some of the telegraph boys to be getting the golf course. Then he delivered the telegraph to over Law i know really. That is not allowed. I can't believe that guy would be like. Oh yeah when did delivers the telegram. You can just keep around your house or a couple of hours to jobs in. Here's a shiny quarter for you. Really all i was thinking you know if that really was true then it would be smart for servicemen. Who was in the war to his wife and telegraph once a week during the summer and then when the telegraph delivered her showed up. Feel like they belong while you're fits people it feels like it abuse of the system. Oh yeah but it also does greg. Nieto has to what take a message up to a telescopic observatory on top. He's delivering it and the assistant to the professor hendrix shakes telegraph Looking at him in the guard note is i've seen that guy before goes on to look in their files because this is the end have actual physical pictures in file cabinets. Look at brew per punch someone's covered the batman's identity. I'm thinking what did you be like. Oh let's neither dicker alfred. Some scattered my identity tags would say that it's not very dramatic so like was behind all this he says oh well i just got myself a job as a telegraph boy. Bruce you'll need the money. Give you an i give you an allowance. Besides here we go again. Assad you've got homework to in brooklyn in your spare time is like bruce. I just can't explain right now besides that it is really important compared to what i just learned. So he says Mike optic how convenient guys were candid observatory. His last name is optic on there. Then so they run. They go speaking to the observatory You look so worried about. Dick will allow one shower. I've got to get the job but then again we see. The real scientist is captured by. Who would have thought that they start a fight but I like this. Meanwhile dick's sporting the scope. And i used to think sweating bands. It was fun nor its cannon people love to have digs led down the banister.

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"mr. craven" Discussed on The Broken Cork

The Broken Cork

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"mr. craven" Discussed on The Broken Cork

"Born in bardstown. A big national history event january twentieth. The sorry january of nineteen twenty the eighteenth amendment is ratified which established prohibition And then conned of some bourbon history close to our Neck of the woods. Henry crater the original owner of peerless. Distillery passes away from complications related to a leg amputation. And thus leading to the end of the distillery being in henderson kentucky so the first story was actually located in interceding. Talk my hometown and When mr craven passed away it no longer was in henderson. Leading to dany just said a distillery that is now on the books kind of revived out of louisville. And we'll we'll visit that one along with others like castle and key an in later assads But let's talk. Allocations guys also going to the app. Let's just as just a heavy. It's what everybody wants to hear. The is the elephant in the room especially toward the end of each year allocations. The good the bad the ugly. What have you seen out there. I think for me. One of the things that i've seen the most is a lot of people come across critical but a lot of people use allocations the wrong way Into a lot of crazy stuff just like today..

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"mr. craven" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"mr. craven" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"1.5 thinking back to when you were in high school when you were a teenager, you got busted. But nobody calling anything that got busted for me. Uh, jaywalking, and they called in for How's the underage drinking? Driving a lot of alcohol related? Yeah, nobody calling in saying they got busted for marijuana, but This marijuana bill. I guess it's stalled last week because the governor wanted to change. Basically to establish penalties for minors for underage use. After the state legalized weed Now he wants it to be so if you're under 21 like alcohol, you would be find whether it's $250 fine or $500. Fine if you were under the age. You will be fined for any use of marijuana. So What were you busted for? How you busted in here, brother by the cops or by your parents or by a teacher. Could be anything expanded to anything. Okay? I got a good marijuana bust story. You wanna hear it unfolding today? Michelle e feel like we got the cops showed up a lot of places when I was in high school. But we either we did They just never arrested anybody like and back Then where I grew up. It was like cops busted the party. Everybody broke up. Maybe a few people got arrested. Everybody else just ran. Right. 1 802 8311.5 is the phone number. What you got busted for in Jeff Edelstein has yet another. Story. There's a good one. Let's see how many stories that you could just tell like this, our forgotten But if you did get busted for weed, we want to talk to you. 100 to 831 on 1.5 Go ahead, Jack. All right. So this is I guess their senior year must've been senior year. And I had third period business with Mr Braverman. There's a business class and Mr Braverman was he's got it. I'm sure I can. Maybe still with us. He's older guy, but he was He was classic like sixties radical type, like hated the principal hated like the hated all of it. Right. We talk business class. Whatever way. Haven't third period. Me and my friend Chris, I'm third period. Second period. Christie both had study hall right, which translated to get in the Christmas pulse. Our drive around to get high. Okay, Okay, right. And then we get back to school and go to Mr Braverman class. And one day, Mr Craven says does I'm tired of you guys showing to my class high all the time. I have a better idea, okay, and he wants us down to the cafeteria. He was also in charge of the school store, which was like reading by candy and chips and stuff like in the cafeteria. And he said From now on, instead of coming to class, you're running the store third period. Did someone run the story? So you guys run the store? Don't steal the candy. Gotta pay for the candidate. You have whatever you want to eat, taking everyone, you know you gotta pay for it. If you don't come to class, I'm going to come like last. Just come and handle the store. And we're like, all right, dude. Thanks. And that was how I That was how I got to smoke pot in second period and then work in the store and have my teacher happy about it at all the food we're going to eat all the candy the next period. Mr Brethren was awesome. Because Mr Braverman after the banning of the media will go last ball games, which I told you about in the last segment. I end up negotiating a deal with the principal where I'm allowed back in. But I have to do cleanup duty in the cafeteria, Third period where when I'm there also, right. Like after everyone eats lunch, I have to help the janitor's cleanup. On. I agree to this. My God, I'll do this. I don't care. Braverman catches wind of it, he says. That's nonsense. He goes to the principal says I'm in charge of him. I'll make sure he does it every day because you never to do it again. I love that guy. I love he was awesome. Do you go back to re unions? Do you ever see this teacher He's got I can't imagine you still with that He was old. Then you know, this is 30 years ago, but he was like, one teacher. That was awesome from high school. That always had your back. I mean, totally had my back. Come on. We're getting high coming to his class. He's like, Just go eat burritos. You're fine. The fact that you were able to go get high and then be in charge of the school store. Awesome. He was awesome. He deserves a medal. That guy. That's just like no like some of these stories that people were telling like this, by the way to be clear of my son's listening to any of this. If you do any of this, you're dead. Head now dead hasn't gotten to a point where you could share these stories like you know, when you reach when you become an adult, And then you could sit around and joke around about these stories with your parents, like, Oh, you didn't know this, but when I was in high school, this happened Like Are you at that point now where you can joke with your parents about all these stories, or there's so many stories that your parents don't even know about from when you were younger. I'm convincing right now. My parents both Adelaide, take a seat. They're listening, and they they they're states. They didn't listen. They're definitely sitting down right now. They could. This has been too much too much too much. Too much information for them. I'm sure this hour changed the channel because they don't want to know all the things that they're Lovely, adorable son did when he was in high school. Don't go in the liquor cabinet. Mom and Dad. There's some Stoli bottle, you know, Still Stoli into whatever bottles of water sitting there. How long did we think that we were gonna be able to get away with that? I'm going up the bottles forever. My parents ever drink my parents ever drank. They never drink. I don't know why they had liquor Cabinet. What was that? What's the deal with liquor Cabinet in the seventies? Every house in the liquor cabinet. Every house had a little liquor, Carly or bar. We call it the bar. It was like the piece of furniture. It was a bar. Nobody drank in my house ever. Ever. My dad maybe would have a beer once a month, like with pizza. Maybe, but never mix out. Never hard alcohol never, but it was stocked. It was stocked to the gills. It was also beaten at that moment when you do eventually do have people over because your parents wouldn't drink. They never. They never never eventually had people over. And then they offered to somebody else when they find out that there's water in the bottle that Bart had moment where their call it, Jeff Never. Never. That bar has been sitting there. As long as I can remember. I'm the only person who's ever opened it. I'm not getting into this day, I'll be in my parents house for something or another, and I'll be stressed out. And I with my cousins or this is that I go right to the liquor cabinet. I'm opening 1972 bottles of bourbon. Bottoms off as if you opened up a bottle, and it turned out that apple juice. Spirit. This'll wasn't supposed to come back and buzz me like this. No, this was supposed to be with my parents figure this out, not may. That is funny, but how many bottles of water right now, Or is it With bottles right now. All right, 1 802 83. What a 1.5. And you know what, Jeff? I'm sure You have yet Another story to shoot. Do you think less of me? No, not at all. Just that story about the newspaper. I can't believe the fact that you got kicked out basketball game for nearly a study that you're supposed to do that kind of stuff. We may have been cursing and bam! Well, we may have been cursing back and forth of the other players. And you know who knows? Who knows Fans. E I don't That one. I don't think you should've been banned, but I know you have a least one more story in you to dig deep. Actually, I know you've told it before. So I have to remind you 31 802 8311.5 year call coming up in traffic and weather. Next have something to say on New Jersey. One on 1.5 Speak.

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"mr. craven" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"mr. craven" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Herd immunity I'm thinking about Go ahead and opening my kissing booth. I usually open it for Derby Week. So I can greet people right as they enter. The Enfield obviously didn't get a chance to do that. There is no infield this year, so I may have to open my kissing booth. Stoneware. Anybody's concentrated enough, but herd immunity herd immunity. We will get there eventually. Later in the show, we're going to talk about The protocols put in place to allow people to attend football games. As it stands right now, the SEC issuing its guidelines. We know what we think We know what you have l's going to do, and The other football complexes across America College football so big and the NFL's talking about it as well, The Bears and didn't you say the bears or else? No fans, at least for the first few home games, and they're saying right now, for the first home game, there will not be anything. Okay. Just one home game. Then I saw the presidents of the Titans say the same thing. They're going to go with Tennessee's rules, and they're gonna know fans for at least The foreseeable future. Something to that effect anyway. That audio is on the way. But first to this the talk about the post office hold my goodness. Oh, the post office and people like Rex Chapman tweeting things getting people fired up on some people going. Hey, dude, you got played. Some of that's Ah, misinformation. Oh, my God. Look at these mail boxes. They're all stocked up over here and it turns out Oh, that's the refurbishment place are that they either determine whether they're going to re firms something or are replaced with a new one. Yeah. Well, look at the lock on this one. It's in color, locking a post office boxes. Post the mailboxes all my hand. It's like, Wait a minute. You have to flush all that stuff that then the postmaster general backed up today, So seems like things are calming down. Just we've been on that realm nonetheless, the most faint Well, Okay is the second most famous TV mailman. Because I still think Newman from Seinfeld is number one. But Cliff Clavin from tears, certainly a superstar. He is seen on Twitter yesterday with an idea to help us all spend more money at the post office just to help him. Why not do all your Christmas shopping early? At the post Office store. Yeah, the post office. They've got a story. They're obviously stamps and Things like that. So why not translate the dollar amount you're gonna pay for Until these new hat I just fired that about his stamps. Easy to carry easy to bail using the ship. And it's worth something and it will be worth something for a long time. There you go, John Ransom Burger. He played Cliff Clavin on Cheers. And that's his idea. Does anyone really have an Aunt Tillie? And would you buy her a hat? I don't think that that's The actual case and Antillean. Anybody with naming Aunt Tilly is not going to accept a hat that you picked out for here is the greatest moment of cliff cl even in my mind. On the cheer. Siri's, which is great, You know, he's the know it all mailman who would come in and he'd always telling Norm and everybody else what his witticisms or whatever, and he was always wrong. He's on jeopardy. They ask a bunch of questions that he would be familiar with his famous stamps. Celibacy, the post Office Whatever all these categories that were easy And the norm and Woody, you're sitting in the stands watching as they get close to final jeopardy. Mr. Craven, starting with you would, too. If you'd been everything you had, and didn't know the answer to think you didn't have a lot of people wouldn't have noticed what he but there's a little stream of blood trickling down. His chin was bitten through his lower lip. Agnes. What did you put down? Who are Tony Curtis Cary Grant. The final jeopardy. Question was three obscure names. Who are these people? Finitely, and that means it's going to cost you 2900 that takes you down to $400 Cleaven. Well up the league. Good news for you. Both of your opponents came up with incorrect responses. And what that means is that even if you're wrong, as long as you didn't do anything foolish, like, wager everything you're a sense winner have to see my answer would be that he takes his jacket and covers the screen. We're running out.

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"mr. craven" Discussed on Radioactive Spider-Pod

Radioactive Spider-Pod

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"mr. craven" Discussed on Radioactive Spider-Pod

"Much again. That's why I work alone at those times. You don't work alone because all you corrected me for that statement. Exactly you're not even touched the PUCK. Is it no his own life? I work alone except for everybody else. You've teamed up with. Do we count Wolverine last time? I feel like we didn't. We didn't Wolverine and beast. Good point there you go. I remember things about stuff only when prompted. So Mr Craven's wild ride here goes and endangered stray cat which gets black cat down from her perch and then spiderman jumps in to save her spidey gets pinned by the forklifts against a girder and craven issues a warning before running off the two heroes. Go RIGHT BACK TO BICKERING. Spidey spidey blaming cat for bungling the job and he swings away really angry like I really wish when he got into the forklift. He did the Venom Earth. Yeah that'd been pretty good way so I decided to drive a forklift into two super agile and fast people who jump into the rafters and are completely invulnerable to it and he still drives around so black cat goes and saves a cat. Yeah but just because you call yourself. Black doesn't really mean that you have some affinity for cats like it's not like cat woman from Batman returns where she was like brought back to life by cats. Shit you religious named yourself black cat arbitrarily almost. Yeah as if you're came up with it or something. Yeah just even have the bad luck or any of that stuff from the comics where that has the the actual affinity. I agree it's baffling. It could have been g good. Have just fallen as reason to jump any like. Oh you goofed it. Yeah but I think they really really wanted you to like her as a character so they can't have her do anything wrong. Listen here's my inappropriate. Joke for the podcast are just one. Yeah it's a really good thing that they animated the puddle black otherwise I would have assumed that it was her puddle from when Spiderman complimented her. Okay you gave me time to untangle his little toy and use it on him. See Splash forklift rampages idiotic. But at least expected craven depends Spiderman to the wall or against his. Ibm here between the forks. So you'd be trapped right and it would be more of a crushing sort of thing which I think spider-man's a little more resilient to instead he gives them the point of the forklift to his heart. We think would still really hurt him if fucking impale him. That's what I mean. It's apply Spiderman that they wanted it so that it's very easy for her to then body. Check it out of the way because it she'd have to like push it back. No they can't drive a forklift properly has to be a push otherwise she just crushed spiderman put it in reverse and she's like drive at no. Gosh no craving killed sputter man. I duNno blast. I guess that's a spider edges. Yells.

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"mr. craven" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"mr. craven" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Well David Kramer we have his testimony. Now in Kramer says this Mr Craven. There was one thing. He mentioned to me talking about Steel Christopher Steele. Who just wipe this thing. Cleaned is emails in January fifth. He says there's one thing. Steel mentioned me is not included here and that is he believed that. Mr Flynn had an extramarital affair with a Russian women in the UK. Mike Flynn that is. Oh Oh boy. How Kremer know that from Steel Howard Kremer? No that Christopher Steele was not at the twenty fourteen dinner how per was involved in setting up where Mike Flynn was there which fetlock Cova where the allegation emerges a couple of years later that Flynn had an affair. Kover steel wasn't at that dinner still had nothing to do with it but who is the FBI source reporting on that Theater Stephan Helper? That haufer right parts of that dossier that dossier Kramer has that Kramer has information only haufer nose or says he was. How wasn't the dinner either? But he's the one telling the FBI better. Are we crystal clear on this Jodel lose? We here buddy no daddy. They're saying this information comes from steel. Russia Desk Intel Guy. He wrote this dossier they now find out. It's all fake. They demand these scrub his sources. Because they don't want you to find out that the Information Kramer Clapper McCain. All these people are getting. They're getting from steel really. Isn't coming from Steele. It's really coming a lot of it. From how himself now. Why does that matter if it comes from how poor steel because the FBI sworn under oath in Pfizer applications that steele? Who told them this? Because he's credible then was a British intelligence agent dealing with Russia. But we're still getting it from helper but the even bigger question where you paying for it. Well.

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"mr. craven" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

08:12 min | 3 years ago

"mr. craven" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Are what purposes the gentleman from. Florida see within the looser less work it was recognized. I yield to Mr Dahmer of Texas yeah I wanna make sure that there's no more mis characterization of what I had to say for me to advocate for the death penalty for the guy that went to el Paso and killed all those innocent victims is hardly dismissive. that's. unfair. and you weren't listening and to say other further would probably violate the rules of decorum and I'm not gonna do that. the people that commit. violent crimes need to be punished. and I am someone who is punish them. and especially when victims were women and that may shock some people. but just say that we're dismissive of people who commit violent crimes is just not accurate they need to be punished that's what I want the el Paso shooter did kill those innocent people to be punished under Texas law and not because I'm dismissive but because that hate crime law past year didn't do as much as the Texas state law does to punish such evil perpetrators so I needed to set the record straight thank my friend from Florida in your back to my friend from Florida. journalist is generally back. not quite yet mixture of that's all right. I just have to reject the notion that people. that that that the thoughts in the mind of anyone that would commit these heinous acts would be graded any less by consequence of of who they were shooting I mean I think about you know those kids in parkland and I don't think that they were targeted by virtue of their identity but the person who killed them was no less evil than the person who committed those murders and in Texas the worse also sad about your back Meg gates are there any further it will seek recognition the gentleman from arrive. thank you Mister chairman. Mister chairman I believe this legislation is flawed as a former prosecutor I'm very concerned about the effects this legislation would have on the judicial system my first concern is that this legislation is unconstitutional this bill is not simply forward looking but rather looks backwards to long past convictions in order to impose additional legal consequences on misdemeanor offenders who have already paid their debt to society and in many cases rejected hateful ideology can block the very definition of an exposed back to law prohibited by the constitution. the fact that this bill applies retroactively to past misdemeanor convictions raises serious constitutional concerns of this about Bill applied only prospectively to future convictions it would be a much firmer constitutional grounds. I'm also concerned that this bill is unconstitutionally vague in terms of identifying which misdemeanor hate crimes will trigger a loss of gun rights in the context of hate crimes this bill does not offer police prosecutors or judges clarity these officials will have difficulty understanding which hate crimes affected gun rights due to a lack of hearings on this bill I don't think we have any idea of the magnitude or scope of what this bill might be asking law enforcement or prosecutor's to take on this will make it difficult to enforce the law and likely impossible to ensure equal application of the law the third concern I have with this bill is a practical consideration. six does not currently contain information about past misdemeanor convictions such as hate crimes. a local tribal governments do not report this kind of information. so this information simply does not exist in any meaningful way to guide federal firearms licensees or prospective purchasers does law enforcement have the resources to go back and reviews past cases to determine whether a conviction qualifies whether it should be reported probably not even if a jurisdiction is inclined to go back. and look at past cases are the case files sufficiently detailed to make a fair and just determination so long after the case was originally judicata. what protections are redress to someone have if someone unfamiliar with their case in correctly determines their prior conviction should bar them from possessing a firearm. there is already a long criminal justice backlog. for example in DNA testing applying this law the past cases will slow down the judicial process in further burden already over burdened law enforcement and prosecutors. we don't know many of the answers because we have not had held hearings on this legislation until this committee engages in legitimate inquiry and genuine fact finding rather than posturing and grandstanding we won't know the answers to these questions and so we have answers and understand exactly what this bill would do we shouldn't pass your back. German yields back the question now occurs on the men in the nature of a substitute this will be followed immediately by a vote of final passage of the bill all those in favor respond by saying aye aye those opposed no. the chair the ayes have it eliminates the subsidies agreed to. reporting for being present the question is on the motion to report the bill HR twenty seven oh eight is amended favorably to the house those in favor respond by saying aye aye opposed no the ayes have it the bill's going to reported favorably reported favorably recorded vote is requested the clerk will call the roll. Mr either all right Mister another vote by ms Lofgren. ms Lofgren because I miss Jackson Lee. ms Jackson Lee both I Mr calling. Mr calling those I Mr Johnson of Georgia. Mr Johnson George of words I Mr George. is your choice because I miss fast. ms bass was I Mister Richmond. Mister Jeffries. 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"mr. craven" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

06:36 min | 3 years ago

"mr. craven" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"And for anybody on this committee to thank me you need to understand growing up I was very very small I got picked on I had my nose bloody more times and I care to think about for six years seven through twelve hours usually the smallest guy on the football team. you have no idea the things that I've done in my life. with regard to display our lack of display of courage so for anybody on this committee to think you're gonna end chairman day. some of those by basically saying what we heard in junior I nanny and in your and your security cat that that's not going to accomplish anything. the issue here is so serious. saying that we have a lack of courage and we need to get some courage and with regard to Oprah Winfrey. one of the things people love about Oprah Winfrey probably the biggest thing she has an incredibly big heart she loves people she loves doing things for people she loves helping people. but on the Judiciary Committee we have to be about using our heads. that's the only way you're going to preserve the social experiment self government. so to say it's courageous. yeah. I never got a thought. for being the Republican leader on this committee because of the stands I've taken in my own party I just that was not a possibility. there were times during the second bush administration I wish some of my democratic friends would have joined me in condemning the justice department in their abuses but too often I was alone in doing that from either side of the aisle. but we've got to be about using our heads here and I'm no and it plays on the heart well to say if we can just save one life when if yes study the history of this country there have been. millions of lives lay down so that people would have freedom and I would say if you keep the freedom that we bought for you with our lives then it was worth US giving a lives so let's look in terms of how we preserve this experiment self government and try to preserve as much freedom as we can for as long as we can without belittling each other we understand we're all here wanting to do something good and noble I just can't imagine saying you know the Democrats are all cowards because I don't believe that so let's try to work together and not condemn people because we don't see things the same way in trying to keep this Republic are you back. there were years back the question now occurs on the amendment the nature of a substitute this will be followed immediately by a vote on final passage of the bill all those in favor spend by saying I. no. the P. the chair the ayes have the men in the age of subsidies agreed to. reporting quorum being present the questions on the most report the bill HR eleven eighty six is amended favorably to the house those in favor respond by saying I I was opposed no. the ayes have it the bills were deported favorably with local is requested and the clerk will call the roll. Mr another hi Mister now there was I ms Lofgren. ms Jackson Lee. ms Jackson levers I missed your comment. Mr calling modes I Mister Johnson of Georgia. Mr Johnson George of it hi Mister George. Mr George because I miss fast. as fast as I Mister Richmond. Mister Jeffries. Mister Jeffries was I Mr sizzling. Mr sizzling any votes I'd. Mr swallow. Mr swallow of us I Mister Lowe. Mr livers I. Mr Raskin. Mr Raskin was I. this giant ball. mistrial those I miss Jennings. ms Deming's roads all right Mr qureia. Mr Craven's I miss Galen. ms Gannon voci ms Garcia I Mr C. of us I Mr ****. Mister Greenspan's I miss my fast. ms make bath road sign Mr Stanton hi Mister Stanton words I miss Jean hi misty invokes I miss my car somehow hi miss because of how old was I miss Escobar I miss Escobar was I. Mister Collins. Mister Collins was no Mister Sensenbrenner. Mr seven. Mr seven votes no Mr Gomer. Mister Gomery votes no Mister Jordan. Mister Jordan votes no Mr box. Mister Buck foods no Mr reckless. is directly for now ms Robey. ms Robey votes no Mr gates. Mr gates for now Mr Johnson Louisiana. Mr Johnson of Louisiana votes now Mister banks. Mr Vegas votes now Mister McClintock. Mister McClintock was now ms let's go. miss us over it's no. the Russians are. Mr residents are was no. the client. Mr Klein votes no Mister Armstrong. Mister Armstrong votes no Mr Stevie. just to be votes no. how my record is offering you are not recorded I ms Lofgren roads I. is there any members who wish to go to heaven. the clerk will report the court the clerk will report..

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"mr. craven" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:48 min | 3 years ago

"mr. craven" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Learn about Wall Street stocks time for the Bloomberg market minute on seven hundred wwl wwl's pretty close. little week but that's okay all right we'll take long as your rating them can yes all right where do we have here we have at the movies and buzz are back they are woody and buzz light year are back and they could put new life into slumping summer bucks office sales disney's latest toy story sequel is expected to generate one hundred fifty million dollars in north american theaters this weekend i would make it the second biggest debut for an end made it film the thing is this movie has been getting some really good reviews analysts have saying you know it's not that movie goers don't want a sequel they're just tired of sequels that are made very well they're getting tired of godzilla the secret life of pets didn't do ause wells expected dark phoenix of course bombed so they're saying this toy story could do it you see where comedy is our our bombing because anything that's really funny is called eight joke gosh we used to be able to laugh at ourselves No Mel Brooks couldn't make it today. Let's funny, my our old boss. Everybody said, look like Woody from Toy Story, but I don't know if anyone ever told of that. well elsewhere our friends at philip morris they make something kind of like a fake cigarette yes exactly they call it i coast and what it does is it heats it doesn't burn the tobacco let's stick thing and they make what they call heat sticks which is the tobacco part and you put them in well they are getting ready to fend off rivals who may try to piggyback on the success of their coast these other companies including imperial brands have started making sticks that can fit into the electric device in response philip morris officials say well we will make the next version of icu to work only with our heat sticks and they're running clinical trials they wanted to termine whether i coast poses a lower health risk than traditional cigarettes but they argue the benefits may only apply if you use their total system including the ingredient mixed in there stay right well what was that Story yesterday. The one kid vaping or whatever he was doing and blew up in his mouth. Ooh, ooh, that's harsh. He was seventeen his mom gave it to them to try to get him to stop smoking. Oh my gosh. Blew up in his mouth. I don't know where they lived the drive like four hours to a hospital was nuts. Wow. All right. Elsewhere in happy, talk right now. A bargain. Let's eat some ham ham sandwich. Antibody go four and ham is more of a bargain after peaking earlier this month. Wholesale ham, prices have dropped almost twenty percent the expected jumping buying by China because of the African swine flu. Hasn't happened and Mexico, the number one buyer of US, pork is buying less about that. Yeah. Futures wore looking iffy and there's still a little bit lower s and p futures down seven points. Nasdaq down thirty four from the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Patrice Sikora on NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w. And that would be us. It's about eight twelve right now at seven hundred w w. Cincinnati reds. Hit home runs. Again off the foul pole. That's good enough. All right. So where was I wasn't what's going on in the world? We have day later on few things. I Brad Garret, Mr. craven Tarum might talk to him for a little bit. And of course of the hour the momentum, I have to question my sanity because if I don't think it's a good idea for men to declare themselves. Women and run in sports run track and field events and win. If I think that's a bad idea. I'm now known as transphobic. So we have a phobia, that's type of, of a mental illness. So I'm here to declare I mentally ill. As I'm apparently now I don't have any phobia regarding trans, you can Transall you on trans back and forth for all I care. But I think if a guy says that. I'm a woman today and I'm going to jump in this race and kick butt and win the medals. When he's really not a woman. I consider that unfair. What's understand, makes me mentally ill? It's kind of like the whole trans thing to begin with, if you are, let's say a man in, in your mind, you think you're a woman. And I think that's kinda nutty. I understand. I'm the one with the mental problem that are completely normal, and the, the issues are all mine because I think you're a man, you know, y chromosomes genitals the way you arrays now because you are, and I understand, I'm mentally ill because I see it that way. So my mental illness now continues because I think it's not a good idea for men to win all the track meets. So I guess, on Monday, we had a, a lawsuit filed and Connecticut because they have a couple of guy. Well, I'm sorry, a couple of former males at a school who are racing as women. They are Terry Miller and Andrea year, would they finished first and second in the state championships. And some of the girls think that's unfair, and it might cost them such things as a scholarships to college. And of course, they would because the scholarships will go to Terry an Andrea here because they came in first and second. The question is, is that fair? And I know I'm mentally ill to ask that question. But some are asking the question as to whether that's fair. But says right here in this article in the nation that transphobia is new target is the world of sports. So that's me the phobic. It says I it was bathrooms. Now it's athletic socks. Because of course, it makes sense for men to declare themselves as women and compete against them. Your wood told the AP I learned a lot about myself about other people through this transition. I always try to focus most on all the positive encouragement I received from family, friends, and supporters a used negativity to fuel myself to run faster, probably not realizing he's actually using his testosterone. Natural bodybuild leg muscle and more depowered himself into winning. So yeah, there's backlash now against the whole idea that. Women are challenging the idea that they're losing to transgenders in their track and field. So the complaint Monday, the other problem is the complaint was filed by a concern a Christian law firm called the alliance defending freedom. So we know the Christian law firm filed it, it's probably all about bigotry bigotry, and mental illness. So New York Times quotes him as saying girls deserve to compete on a level playing field. Women fought long and hard earned the equal athletic opportunities. That's nine provides allowing boys to compete in girls. Sports reverses nearly fifty years of advances for women under this law. We shouldn't force these young women to be spectators in their own sports. But of course, they're considered big. It's because they called these two ladies boys. Even though they are they've gone through at least it doesn't suggest they have they've gone through no physical surgeries whatsoever. Connecticut's policy on transgenders, some would say is downright insane. In connecticut. Students must be treated, according to gender with which they identify. Does nothing about going through estrogen treatments. Nothing just the one with which you identify. And in this photo I mean, they have long hair. They put on some makeup other than that. I guess they're taking some either wearing padded bras or they've got some boobs. I don't know which, but other than that they're built like men and they're fast and they're winning and winning by large margins to you look at the photos, here, the, the girls and the race, considering this is the state championship, they're winning by large margins at the state championship level. You should all be almost even straight across, and they're not. So if you're like me. This might be a good time to book session with a psychologist or a psychiatrist. So we can figure out what to do about our mental illnesses, because that doesn't make any sense to me whatsoever. And it's like these ideas are put into effect by people who can't think pass tomorrow. We'll sure they should be allowed to compete. What happens when they start winning what would happen for years from now if the women's World Cup was made up of sixty percent? Transgender men who play soccer pretty well. And what do I Dennis is women? Would that be okay too? I mean, I get the impression people take a lot of pride in the fact. And I think we do that our women's soccer team plays as well as they do. Well if our women's soccer team went up against a team from Finland that was sixty percent transgender and they kicked our women's soccer teams, but. Hey, pro trans people. Where do you stand on that? Do you think that's fair? Would that be a good thing, as long as you're not the one losing you don't mind? But if in fact, the US ends up losing in a in a situation like this might bother you then. Unless you're lying to yourself. Yes, it would women's should compete against women born that way we're talking y chromosome an x y chromosome, that's the division. You cannot change your chromosomal makeup. You can't you can call it whatever you want. You can dream, whatever you want. It is impossible biologically to change it. I know a mentally ill for realizing that sorry, sorry, it's not contagious. Actually, I hope it is. I hope my sanity is contagious. All the way down to the Transworld. All right. Eight nineteen. What have we got? We got we have a. pause i gotta check our.

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"mr. craven" Discussed on In Their Closet

In Their Closet

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"mr. craven" Discussed on In Their Closet

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"mr. craven" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"mr. craven" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"He believes the full house will support it though. He says the debate on the house floor is likely to be one for the ages Eskin collusion. From eyewitness news. I would agree with that assessment by Mr. craven, it will be one for the ages that debate Mark Reynolds in today's Providence Journal says a youth baseball coach from Connecticut, it's been arrested again now faces charges in federal court following his arrest on Friday by the Rhode Island state police internet crimes against children task force. Authorities say that the coach Christopher merchant of Canterbury. Connecticut was arrested a second time on Wednesday. According to a news release from the office of the US attorney Aaron Weisman be federal charges against merchant are interstate travel to engage in illicit sexual activity, transferring obscene material to a person he believed was younger than sixteen receiving child porno and possessing child pornography the charges in federal quarter related to the incidents that prompted merchants arrested. On Friday at a hotel in Warwick state police charged that merchant charged him with a decent solicitation and in federal court documents merchants accused of conversing on social media on numerous occasions with the boy he thought was fourteen years old with the dialogue quickly becoming sexually graphic says the release from Weisman's office burcin, it says also sent obscene photographs to a person and made arrangements to meet with the boy and a Warwick hotel to engage in illicit sexual activity. This coach facing some federal charges. Now Americans are continuing to cut the cable TV coordin- big numbers. Apparently with a new survey finding that nearly sixty percent of us have dropped cable and the big bills that come along with it as the move to cheaper internet based services, such as Netflix, Hulu and Amazon prime marches on these surveys from water stone management group also found another twenty nine percent are close to getting rid of their cable too. With just twelve percent saying that they their content to stay with it. While streaming. Is still much cheaper than cable net. Flicks recently announced that it is increasing subscription fees by a dollar or two a month. And it said to crack down on the illegal sharing of accounts. With a recent report having found that such account sharing will cost that company in the industry almost ten billion dollars in lost revenue over the next couple of years. But the survey says nearly sixty percent of Americans have dropped cable TV. That's your poll question for today. Have you dropped it? Or are you considering dropping cable television? You can log onto NewsRadio RI dot com. Yes, or no. If you wanna leave a comment go to the Facebook page for the program yesterday's poll question should bible literacy be taught in public schools is a move afoot to make an elective. What do you think about that? Forty six percent of you said, yes. Well, fifty four percent of you said, no Anthony chimed in. Yes. John said by Belichick was an elective at Cumberland high school in the seventies. Yes. As a literary study Ken said, yes. But on a volunteer basis. Well, you mean elective and Jim said, I don't. See why not as long as the teacher doesn't try to force any particular belief system on the students. Stevens said no, whatever happened to the separation of church and state. Well, that's of course, the arguments Stephen and other Steve chimed in. I have no idea what this means. But I'm not gonna read it Ray said it should be taught as part of our nation's history to it's the very basis for our constitution. And yeah, they stopped teaching that to raise right? They don't teach history in school anymore and Allen said no and no again. So thank you for the comments and thank you for the votes. Forty six percent said. Yeah. Bible literacy should be taught in public schools. Fifty four percent said, no. And again, let me note that it's being pushed as an elective Super Bowl Sunday coming up. You got the New England Patriots taken on the Rams in hotlanta and our new Rhode Island attorney general is warning of Super Bowl ticket scams. They're out there. His Susan Campbell. From eyewitness news. It's almost gametime and Atlanta is filling up with New England fans hopeful to watch the pats bring home another. Lombardi trophy..

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