17 Burst results for "Mr. Peterson"

"mr. peterson" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

08:16 min | 5 months ago

"mr. peterson" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"If you're a sports fan And you want your team to win, but they just can't seem to do so. You've supported the Washington generals of whatever sport that you follow. You know, I think back in the the eighties and nineties, I guess it would have been more than nineties, the Rockets head at a devil of a time with the Utah Jazz. And the Utah Jazz had John Stockton at point and Carl Malone playing this kind of a low post, But it was more of a forward position and they would do this. This this this given go this two man game. And the Rockets really struggled with this. Now. If the Rockets wanted to beat them. All they had to do was outlaw that particular play because that was 90% of their offense. Well, it strikes me that in the marketplace of ideas, the battle the discussion, the dialogue, the arguments. The debates. This is what allows the public to come to conclusions with regard to public policy. Somewhere along the way. The left got very smart. And they said, You know what? We can't win with better ideas. Our ideas are not good. But we still want to win, so we'll change the rules. Thus came into effect. Cancel culture. The woke left decided will prevent them from ever actually making any arguments. And when they do, we'll call them Racists and all sorts of other nasty names. We've seen some very, very good accomplished, productive, successful people who've been ensnared in all of this. One of them is our guest, Joel Peterson. If I were to sit here and read to you his resume of amazing accomplishments. We wouldn't have time to hear from him. But I will succinctly tell you he was chairman of the board. Of JetBlue Airways, no small feat. He is chairman of the board of Overseers at the Hoover Institution at Stanford. He's had an incredible career, but more importantly, He has spoken out against cancel culture and how it affected him. A recent piece entitled My Road to Cancellation caught our attention. And Mr Peterson. If you would talk a little bit about your career and how cancel culture intersected with it and why you're choosing to speak out about this. Well, thank you. And I'm Joel, not Mr Peterson. So, yeah, I, uh, I've had an amazing and as you noted, kind of Kabul's career, I've done a lot of different Things. One of them has been taught school at Stanford University taught entrepreneurship. Actually, for the last 30 years, there is always been a wonderful place until fairly recently, I started to notice these what they call Cultural, social A culture warriors. Um, who, uh, Been Unable to listen to certain things and who kind of risen up and they label everything, white supremacy or racism or Unfair or they want They feel triggered. They want Sort of quiet space is, uh And so there's a lot of things that have kind of added up and they finally kind of accumulated in a way that I felt like I should actually just speak up and tell my story at least and I've been surprised that it's been it's really triggered a Pretty significant response from faculty administrators, former administrators, trustees, students, alumni, Whatever I have said, you know, I felt the same thing. And I've been worried about speaking up. People don't want to be called racist. They don't like to be shut down, and people aren't racist. But they're able to to apply some of these labels in ways that I think, make people quite nervous. And so I finally decided. Well, I was just I'll just tell my story. And and at least others may find courage and that speak up and say what's affecting them? What has surprised you most about the reaction to your comments. A couple of things. One is that the people who reacted negatively that were offended, sort of went straight to white privilege, and they really had no idea that I've been born in a quantity hut started my first business when I was 11. Work multiple and simultaneous, many minimum wage jobs, lived in an unheated garage in Utah throughout college and worked 30 hours a week. The cover my tuition. Um, so that meant that they had to rely on assessment whose sole evidence with the gender and race into which I had been born. Which is kind of a reminder of why racism is such a pernicious evil. On the other hand, my broad support came from current and past students. You know, people that That I've mentioned, but they wanted to keep their support confidential. Which sort of illustrates the fear upon which today's cancel culture relies. So I think that was the most surprising was the difference. It was much more well overwhelmingly in favor of, but confidentially. People were nervous about it. And quite aggressive on the other end of things and really ignorant of what the background was. So I think that was surprising. Joel you mentioned in the piece. You tell the story about some students who were very offended by your good natured attempts to be a good professor to actually teach and mentor. And then you wrote a letter to your daughter and you asked for her feedback. Could you tell that story again? I think that was very instructive. Yeah. So I had in one of my classes. I have CEOs come in, Uh and they are and they're all off the record, and they're all delighted to Say whatever has worked for them, and I had several of them. One, in fact, was a black man. Another woman who both said Look, I'm color blind. Other words, I don't pay any attention to race when I'm hiring or advancing people and the students were offended by that, and they complained about it. And I said, Well, frankly, I have to tell you that I make my decisions based on character. Competence and commitment. And those are the standards and I'm and I don't pay that much attention to these other. I don't I don't like quotas or gender tests or any of that kind of stuff, and they jumped me. And and so I was so troubled by it that I wrote to one of my daughters and I just said, Gosh, this is what happened to me. And she wrote back a very understanding later and said, You know, I'm really proud. Beautiful, though. So beautiful, beautiful. Yeah, support and she said, you know, I know you've been really very supportive of minorities of women in positions. Uh, If you've kind of shown the way a lot of these things, so don't worry about it is essentially You know that kind of moment. It's it's such a bonding moment. And the fact that you shared her letter says a lot about about how you know important that was Have 14 and 15 year old Children and I will often ask them for their perspective on an issue of the day and I am surprised that they're not, um You know, toeing the party line of, you know, awoke is, um and in in these sorts of things, and that makes me wonder Is this a failure of parenting is the real problem here? Um, if my Children and your Children are responding with the same values we have. Maybe the problem is that the school was able to do this because of poor parenting. I'm going to ask Professor Joel Peterson. That question come, Michael Barry's show. From the one Life Radio Traffic.

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"mr. peterson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"mr. peterson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"D a says they will retry the penalty phase of the Scott Peterson trial. Defense attorney Pat Harris says he was surprised by the prosecutor's announcement today way should have been notified of this For the hearing. I should have had a chance to talk to Mr Peterson and we could have settled the issue, probably today. The California Supreme Court recently overturned the death sentence due to errors they say the trial judge made in the jury selection. Peterson was convicted in 2004 of killing his pregnant wife and their unborn child. The Supreme Court let the conviction stand but overturn the sentence. However, there is still a chance his conviction could be overturned due to juror misconduct. The N B A is exploring options for the upcoming regular season. ESPN is Adrian was Janowski reports. League officials are targeting mid to late December for opening night. The season will likely be shortened to at most 72 games and will consist of baseball like Siri's, where teams will play multiple games in a single city before leaving minimizing travel. Additionally, the 2021 all Star game is that threat of being canceled. I'm Johnny de Agostini. Sacramento traffic Anything 904 Bob Williams in the KFBK Traffic Center Injury crash, two vehicles driving recklessly eastbound 50 of the May 3rd Field Road off ramp. One vehicle ended up off the roadway and flipped. We have injury. CHP is responding and we're just an hour away from fixed five shutdowns for the weekend and I was going to start in 10 and last until 5 a.m. Monday morning. North bound five is the main point lane closures. Thie left lanes of number one number two lanes close from the north of Lamb Park to J Street and then connector closures. North found five The westbound 50 eastbound 50 in north bound five on westbound 52 North bound five. Grab clothes will include the eastbound 50 Q Street Off ramp. Westbound 50 Q Street Off ramp, the North Bound five off ramp to J Street and the Peace Treaty on rap to North Bound. Five that starts in about an hour from now. Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Bob Williams News 93.1 kfbk Now Sacramento weather.

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"mr. peterson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"mr. peterson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I should have had a chance to talk to Mr Peterson and we could have settled the issue, probably today. The California Supreme Court recently overturned the death sentence due to errors, they say the trial judge made In jury selection. I'm Brian shook A new poll shows a tight race between Democratic nominee Joe Biden and President Trump in the fight forthe Florida's electoral votes. Riko Shil has the details. The survey from ST Pete Poles gives the Democratic nominee of 49 to 47% edge over the president with 2% undecided among Floridians who have already voted. Biden leads Trump by 19 points. 58 39% 4.8 million voters have already cast ballots in Florida. The pole of more than 2500 likely voters has a margin of error of plus or minus 2%. Riko Shal reporting. A second member of the Briana Taylor grand jury says the panel was limited in what charges they could consider in her shooting death by police. The judge in the case granted disclosure of the proceedings. The 26 year old paramedic was killed earlier this year during a no knock drug raid at her Louisville home. It could be couples night out again at movie theaters across most of New York, known Leyton has more Governor Cuomo giving the green light to reopen movie theaters everywhere, except the city. Theatres can run a 25% capacity, and of course, you'll have to mask up unless you're eating popcorn and candy. So what's even playing Robert De Niro's in a car? He called the war with Grandpa. You're not putting me at all? What if it were our home? And because the pandemic isn't frightening enough, A bunch of theater struggling to find new releases will be showing the feel good movie. The Exorcist. At least it's date night at the movies. No, Mladen reporting good news for anyone craving Chick fil a sauce at home. The fast food chain will begin selling its two most popular sauces next month at Walmart, Kroger and Public's. This means fans can give in to their craving any time they want, even when the restaurants are closed on Sunday stores in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana and Mississippi will get.

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"mr. peterson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"mr. peterson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I'm still involved in both societies Tripoli When we talk about Tripoli at this time of year, we think of equine encephalitis. What is IEEE? No Institute of electrical let chronic engineers they're huge being used to be an officer in Boston years ago when I lived in Western 18 years, all right here. Well, thanks for listening to W. B z. Have I had you as a caller before or no. Last night. I mentioned something about John Silber and yeah, Okay. Yeah. You know, I think I was when I said Annapolis. Well, thank you for calling for the next call. Thank you, Bob. There are 30 mil. You. Thanks. Thanks very much. Have a great night. 617 to 5 for 10 30 Triple 89 to 1930 got a couple of open lines If you are birdwatchers out there with this is an opportunity for you to Ah, Tell us about your Avocation. How long you've been involved in what type of birds you are looking to see Davis and Quincy High. Dave. Welcome. Next on nights. Yes. Yeah, yeah. Longtime listener person caller and thank you very much. Yeah, And I've been ah, rather having Ah Bird nature Walker and Ah Bird photographer of the park. And Ah Black Creek walked to routinely and be surprised, like kind of Burgess he had actually Seen and photographed the bald eagles. The first time I done there was his own, honey one, or 2018 is like Like you're nine days before the Patriots play the Philadelphia Eagles in the Super Pole. Okay, foreground. This care be gold on top of this area that Ah! The Senate for the Ospreys, which they do use that area of good tightness there at Black Creek Know is Did you use the word? An area? Is that what you said a year? It's like a Like the one tower type thing. That's what I saw down the vineyard. And so those are actually set up by Humans in an effort to get Osprey to come to the areas that true that's what I said. Another part. Okay. Anyway, I saw the photograph this pair of bald eagles like this effect. 2018 and and it was like A little over a week before the Patriots played the Eagles till the deal's in the Super Bowl didn't work out. That was a game in Minnesota when they when the Patriots lost And in the down like I've been, Ah, Seeing photographing eagles the pre much during the colder months. I don't think I've seen him during the warmer months. Well, there they will learn, But maybe they are more active because they're looking for food stuff for food. Yeah, yeah. Ah. Mr Peterson explained that the This is answering a call it questions in about When One of the Eagles have their babies there. Told that Is basically done late went early spring. He was a good guy, but I hope I hope you enjoy them as much as I did. Ah, another bird. Ah, no speeding The bird that I've seen like this is passed. Ah, summer is ibises. Those air Those of birds that have long skinny legs. Correct? Yeah, and sort of bent beak. So would they be similar to pelicans? Ah ah! Not really. Ah. Or flamingos. I mean, you know, I'm trying to think of birds that they have certainly are cold bird and I'd be similar in size. Still other birds No one's seen them. I seen them with Ah The big red. Ah, Ah tune in this marsh between Ah Caddy Park and Blacks Creek Quincy, and that's what I've been seeing the ibises. Let me ask. Are they new to the area of they? Have they been around for a while? The first the first season I've seen them. What? And what actually rolled. They all of a sudden decided to branch out from where they were, or is it just, you know, kind of Ah. An anomaly that that that you don't know. Ah, ah! You know that? I don't know for sure. Okay, Well, maybe someone there will join the conversation and and clarify that for us, David, I gotta let you go. Thank you as a first. Okay. Okay. Thank you. Come on back very soon. OK on this or any other topic that so motivated appreciate it. Okay. Great. Thank you. You're welcome tonight. Great year. First time callers 617 to 5 for 10 30 Triple 89 to 9 10 30. We have about 15 minutes left, and I got a couple of open lines. If you could answer that question for Dave Ibises and ibises I had I think that's how he pronounced it. New to the area. I've gotto get a picture here on the break and get a sense of what they look like in case of so if I could describe them, But I'd feel appreciative if particularly those of you who are interested in this topic. We don't do this topic office we got about 15 minutes left 617 to 5 for 10. 30 Tripoli, 9 to 1930. Jennifer's holding on from the Army. What would get the Jennifer And I'd love to talk with you. All you got to do is dial the never coming back on Nightside Nightside With Dan Rei.

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"mr. peterson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"mr. peterson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To a radio show you know it's funny the whole weather award the Peabody award was created in nineteen forty partly because poachers would not give awards to this newfangled medium called radio is it gonna program we play the episode that we made that won that award tune in this week tomorrow at Taylor on ninety three point nine FM W. NYC this is the New Yorker radio hour I'm David Remnick G. Tolentino is a staff writer and the author of last year's best seller trick mirror is it is one of G. is great passions and for years she's been following Mike Hadreas who records under the name perfume genius yes an album just out called set my heart on fire immediately J. Tolentino talk with perfume genius recently yeah I mean like how are you what's the vibe like I am I don't know I guess the hardest part is that I had envisioned this whole way that this was supposed to go and even visually how I was going to see how how it was going to be you know that required people required being right hired leading and so now I'm trying to figure out a way how can I how can I help it same energy but just like with in my bedroom I've been a fan of perfume genius for a long time I remember listening to his first album which is called learning learning came out in two thousand ten and I think that one of the songs that people still talk about from it is the third track Mr Peterson it's a really sad song it's about a relationship with the teacher and things get really dark but the song almost like it sounds like.

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"mr. peterson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:56 min | 2 years ago

"mr. peterson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Seven seven one eight seven seven zero see the a l all right so you know we've been watching what had happened with the stoneman douglas shooting and today we're being told that mr peterson the ex officer Is now pretty pretty big trouble. And he had failed. is going to jail from what we understand because he failed to do anything during the shooting that killed seventeen students teachers and staff now scott peterson according to an investigation found that he did quote nothing absolutely nothing to mitigate the mass shooting on february fourteenth two thousand eighteen according to florida department of law enforcement and the marjory stoneman douglas high school was one of the largest school shootings we've seen and it happened on valentine's day when people thought there were maybe some fireworks going on and the school only had one armed guard and unfortunately for that school The armed guard was not able to apprehend or stop the shooter. It was the only armed guard on campus. so he's been charged with seven counts of felony neglect of a child for not doing more to protect students he has also been charged with culpable negligence and perjury so officials said mr peterson failed to do the following this new york times one is he didn't go into the building during the shooting or investigate the source of the gunfire so if you watch the video again i i don't know how edited the video is but you see him notified he and another staff member run to get the golf cart or the security car and then it appears that the racing down to the building building twelve But then he takes us position and you just don't see them go in. Now they said he had been trained that officers responding to an active shooter must immediately go confront the shooter and move directly and quickly toward no threats, but he didn't enter the twelve hundred building or building number twelve. So. people say why instead he retreated to another building nearby if a spot about seventy five feet away the remaining there during the entire incident That's what the affidavit described as a position of increased personal safety. Now when I first heard that this happened. I I was like well was it because he was told to stand down or hold his position. Sorry, if I don't know all the lingo. because you you see him go you see him get ready and you know you see him in pursuit but yet it again the video doesn't show his facial expression but the two things that come to my mind is was he told wait because he's an experienced and he'll just become another victim was he told to wait because police were on the way was it because the dispatcher digital what they were doing or did he freeze Now, an affidavit, quoted a student Armand Borghese, who said that has shots were being fired. He looked out a window. And so Mr. Peterson instead I just saw him standing on the side of the building with his drawn not really doing anything. But then what makes us even weirder is he advised. Other law enforcement officers to remain away from the building. see two twenty pm so this is now seven minutes after the gunman entered the building mr peterson says over the radio broward do not approach the twelve or thirteen buildings stay at least five hundred feet away at this point Now, you see this is where I'm kind of scratching my head because if he froze and was trying to save his own life. Why is he giving orders? I mean, less people think he's in on it. I'm just wondering if he was told to do something. And now he's telling other people coming DO NOT APPROACH to buildings and stay at least five hundred feet away. So maybe he moved to that other location because he was told to move back. The problem is, is that be covered up? I don't know. I'm not trying to defend them. But either this guy is a real idiot. or he was following orders and now he's taking the fall i just don't know during the time mr peterson remained outside the building the gunman shot and killed six of his victims including five students wounded four others the courts the david seven of those victims are students under the age of eighteen and that's mr peterson has been charged with seven counts of felony child he's also charged with perjury for making a false statement that he did not hear any shots fired after he arrived at the building except for the first two or three shots he heard according to the affidavit so then the next question i would have Is then if he perjured himself, then? Why, why would you say that? I didn't hear the shots. I don't know. I don't know what the answer is. But what is frustrating to me, is our schools needs to be guarded, just like they do in Israel. I mean you have military or military grade officers. Manning. Their posts are woman in their posts. And more than one. per whole entire campus i mean a high school is huge high schools like a little mini city or village and you only have one officer He was armed, but he did nothing. Then when he told other people to stay back. It just to me, it sounds like he was given some sort of an order. And then that leads the next question. If you're given an order by police to not enter and confront. And. should you not do it to me if there's kids at risk i'd be like i'm going but if you don't know what that is going on here being told to stay back and again i'm not saying that's what happened it just what i have suspected this whole time it's something like that because i just don't understand why you would turn around and then relate orders.

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"mr. peterson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"mr. peterson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"More than ninety six years in prison. His lawyer said they would vigorously defend all those charges. Yeah. Parents that people are speaking out about it, but he said he didn't know where the shots were coming from. And you know, he he didn't do anything. He had the opportunity to do something. And he didn't do thing. And people are, you know, talked about this yesterday stuff is starting to break, if people are saying didn't supreme court come up with something and says, please do not have to do some of these things. I don't know they're charging ham with things like yeah. Child neglect in a few other things. People are pissed. Right. Like that was your job. You have you have a job and your jobs, not just to, to look at the high school girls, and to be a creeper and to make sure that there's not a food fight and to catch the kids that are smoking weed around the back. No, you had a job on this day. And you were given all of the tools necessary. Doesn't mean you, you would have stopped anyone from dying. Doesn't mean any of that he could have turned the corner at the and he could have been shot dead. But the fact that you said, I here, but I didn't know where it was coming from is a poor excuse. His lawyers calling the charges unprecedented. Mr. Peterson was not criminally negligent in his actions as no police officer has ever been prosecuted for his or her actions in responding to an active shooter incident foot, some survivors of or calling the arrest Justice..

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"mr. peterson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:27 min | 2 years ago

"mr. peterson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"More than ninety six years in prison. His lawyer said they would vigorously defend all those charges. Yeah. Parents that people are speaking out about it, but he said he didn't know where the shots were coming from. And you know, he he didn't do anything. He had the opportunity to do something. And he didn't do thing. And people are, you know, talked about this yesterday stuff is starting to break. If people were saying, hey, didn't supreme court come up with something police do not have to do some of these things. I don't know they're charging ham with things like child neglect. In a few other things people are pissed. Right. Like that was your job. You have you have a job and you're jobs. Not just to look at the high school girls, and to be a creeper and to make sure that there's not a food fight and to catch the kids that are smoking weed around the back. No, you had a job on this day. And you were given all of the tools necessary. Doesn't mean you were you would have stopped anyone from die? Doesn't mean any of that he could've turned the corner at, and he could have been shot dead. But the fact that you said, I here, but I know where it was coming from is a Portuguese his lawyers calling the charges unprecedented. Mr. Peterson was not criminally negligent in his actions as no police officer has ever been prosecuted for his or her actions in responding to an active shooter incident. But some survivors are calling the arrest Justice. It was his job. It was his responsibility, any fail all. Yeah. I understand that. And I think people are looking for an effort, you make an effort. Right. You make an effort and he didn't and the thought process of idea. No, where it was coming from. So I I you what, what the opposite way you know where it's gonna hear it. So, you know where it's coming from. Is is and what they're going after him for things like neglect of child, which may be much different than than than stuff in the past. And is this a new way they're gonna go about doing things? I don't know. Three three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow. Is your Twitter. You could tweet at us. Do love hearing from every single one of you. So. I just gotta say climate change is we can. When I look at climate change. Right and whatever. And, you know, today there's a battle Trump's meeting and talking about climate change in all this stuff going on. There's a big big conference in New York. And of course, the world's coming to an end. I always tell you cry. Wolf this may times nothing happens you can go back over the last thirty years. When I was a kid, it was global cooling. All of these things are supposed to happen. And none of them ever did. But it doesn't mean that we shouldn't take proactive measures to take better care of our planet. 'cause we absolutely should. One hundred percent. We should. And this battles, not going anywhere anytime soon. We should want. Whether you think climate change is a hundred percent hoax, you should want to take better care of your home. My frustration always continues to be with the people who are climate change like it's a Colt at times with some of them. And, you know, who these people are is, is, is the fearmongering it doesn't work with me. If doesn't it doesn't tell me, the earth is going to end in thirty years doesn't work, CHAD'S twelve. Now she said, if we get to the point of twelve years, a, oh, see that there's no going back. We'll pass that that point of no return, which we all know the bunch of baloney. Right. Nineteen eighty eight. No one NASA got together. And they had all these people say, look, this is it this is it. I mean the ice caps and in Iceland, and everything are melting at such a rate that it's everything's done. There's nothing we're going to be able to do. And here we are low those many years later, still talking about this and debating. But when you come out with the fear factor side of things that's where you lose me. Let's talk about how we first and foremost, get less dependent on fossil fuels. Didn't say eliminate them. I said, less dependent on fossil fuels because I live in the real world. Secondly. How we take better care of our world? So our kids, our grandkids, and so forth. We'll have a better planet, and we do a good job and the stewarts of our homes. I always look at the planet much like what you Boeing friends car, right? Do you wanna give your friends car back? How do you have your friend's car back? Let me tell you I five zero friends car, right? Hey, I'm moving some this weekend. Have our truck. Yeah. Cool, you know what I do? I wash Phillip. That's, that's what you do. And that's what we need to do. Even they don't expect it still. Those are the things that you do. But when you come out with the fear factor side of things. It just doesn't go anywhere for me this morning. We'll take a look at climate change, which is the greatest long-term national security threat to the US, and which will affect every dimension of our national life for decades and possibly centuries, a whole lot Adam Schiff. I swear that you continue to tell me that Trump is that what you just said, you could just claim you could just trade climate change for Trump? And it'll be the same thing. It'll be the but it's it's like a ghost right in a lot of ways will settle sites. I sit here and I hear say settled site and what we can't even decide if we should eat bacon, or coffee or eggs or white meat or dark meat every day, I get a new study that says, no, you can do that. And the next day, it's like no, you shouldn't do that. And then the next day is like twenty twenty-five cups is okay. And the next day is, like, don't even drink it at all. Don't even look at it. Don't even spell the word coffee. Oh, that's it? How about we're just responsible? Is there anything wrong with just being responsible? Would you hear Adam Schiff come out and talk about climate change? That it's national threaten to in the world yet you go back and you look and you see that famine. Poverty is down levels that we've never seen before. I mean, it's part of this is the things that we've talked about in the past, because we live in a world that is safer and better than it's ever been. So when something goes, a little miss, it burst, our bubble. It comes to zone of safety and we feel like oh. But I also tell everybody we, we need to take better care. We need to be better Stewart's right now crap elite. And we do need to do a better job of this taking care of our world. But also understand that. So many of the people that push for a lot of these things, they're not worried so much about climate. They're more worried about how much power, do you think we can get? Can we change things make things more equitable things of that nature?.

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"mr. peterson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"mr. peterson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Maximum potential sentence of ninety six and a half years your member this guy. Right. The Marjory stoneman Douglas school, which is what school that gave us the kit. What's his name? Harvard's accepted a big time lead rallies. Camera hog David Cameron. That's right. This is that school and remember this guy, and another sheriff's deputy they had guns, and they didn't go in. And they said, well, our duty was to set up a perimeter. Shots being fired inside. But they didn't go in and now they're being charged with child neglect. Culpable negligence and perjury for making up the excuse about why they didn't go in. I was watching the CNN legal analyst discuss this today. And of course, everybody gets an hates guns. Everybody CNN is pro getting rid of the second amendment. There's not a single exceptional as they go get a guest. But this wasn't a guest. This was their they're standby bald headed legal analyst, guy, and he's trying to act outrage these guys, they had guns. They were outside. They didn't go in when you're outside of school. And there are shots being fired inside. Then you go in. You've got the gun. They didn't go in there. That's exactly right. But I couldn't believe I'm hearing this on CNN. Should be supporting the sheriffs for not using their guns to stop this, because, in the leftist view, that only exacerbates the problem, Vigors adds more guns to the scenario. So this guy Peterson Scott Peterson the sheriff's deputy was on duty during the February fourteenth two thousand eighteen shooting at Marjory, stoneman Douglas has screw faced widespread condemnation for failing to confront the gunman according to Florida Department of law enforcement investigation, Mr. Peterson failed to investigate the source of the gunshots, and then re treated wild victims were being shot and directed other law enforcement who arrived at the scene to remain five hundred feet away from the building where the messenger was unfolding, so I decided to perimeter. Mr. Peterson previously said he didn't know gunshots were coming from inside the building and properly took position for what he thought were shots being fired outside. That's the perjury charge. A transcript of his radio communication that day showed that he said possible shots fired and cited the building where the shooting. Occurred arrest warrant affidavit, Mr. Peterson had attended several active shooter, trainings Broward sheriff's office course material call for acting quickly to confront shoulder all the facts related, Mr. Peterson's failure to act during the massacre, clearly warranted, both termination of employment and criminal charges said the sheriff. Who has Gregory? Tony. It's never too late for accountability. And justice..

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"mr. peterson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"mr. peterson" Discussed on KOMO

"Nonstop news starts now. From ABC news. I'm Scott Goldberg. President Trump is now in Ireland spending the night there before heading to France to commemorate, the seventy fifth anniversary of d day earlier today in England, the president joined World War, Two veterans and the Queen for a ceremony. Coach Nick, the launching point for d day, President Trump reading from a prayer president Franklin Roosevelt delivered on the radio. The day of the Normandy, invasion of our nation. This day have set upon a mighty endeavor. Bay struggle to preserve our Republic as outdoor ceremony concluding with Queen Elizabeth. Courage and sacrifice of those who lost their lives will never be forgotten day ceremonies continued tomorrow, where President Trump will be enormity. Trevor all ABC news Washington. The vice president, and secretary of state will meet with Mexican officials in Washington today, just a few days before the onset of the new tariffs. President Trump has threatened house speaker Nancy Pelosi opposes those tariffs dangerous territory. This is not a way to treat a friend. It's not a way to deal with immigration lawmakers from the president's own party also are against them. The message from publicans here on the hill is loud and clear. Do not do this. And if the president does go ahead and impose these tariffs will than they stand ready to block him. ABC's Mary Bruce on Capitol Hill. Former Florida deputy Scott Peterson phases more than ninety six years in prison for staying outside Marjory, stoneman Douglas high school. If he's convicted as the parkland shooting massacre began last year, his bond set at more than one hundred thousand dollars today. His lawyers calling the charges unprecedented. Mr. Peterson was not criminally negligent in his actions as no beliefs. Officer has ever been prosecuted for his or her actions in responding to an active shooter incident foot some survivors, like Russia or calling the arrest Justice. It was his job. He was his responsibility, any.

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"mr. peterson" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"mr. peterson" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"A market and a fair price. So with that I do want to start with you Mr. Peterson you mentioned in your testimony that you originally supported the goals of securing better trade agreements to hold China accountable. I too supported that. Do you feel our rural communities places like Northfield in those surrounding rice county towns and townships have received the great economic results that the president claims, and how has the administration's trade war impacted your life. Mr peterson. Just to be kind of humorous, the trade war impacted steel, aluminum and soybeans, but we were on a welding and fabrication shaft deals steel and aluminum, and we also grow. So I being so really didn't affect me much, right? Anyhow. On a serious note. It all comes down to markets, and you mentioned our community our communities pretty diversified and resilient. Kind of its own economic engine. But if we go farther out into rural America, there's my concerns about the communities. It's about the farmers that can spend money in those communities that keeps schools that keeps the medical industry that keeps infrastructure even fire departments and things like that. It keeps up roads and bridges just commerce and rural communities smaller towns are so vital to our whole demographic in their ability to keep family farmers on farms and keep our crop land from being owned by corporations which in turn I feel would turn into foreign investment and farmland and eventually possibly some of the loss of our own food supply or control of our food supply, excuse me. So to answer your question, you know, and put it into numbers. I'm not going to speculate our guests, but it's one farmers don't have money. They can't spend it in town. And not having the markets that are checkoff dollars all of our negotiations in the past negotiated for we need to get ships tied up two dachshund foreign countries. That's just the way it is. And I don't think we can accomplish that by telling our customers how to act thank you just want to follow up on one other topic real quick. And that that really is climate change. You know, there's a lot of talk here in this town about climate change. And I believe our farmers are a really on the front lines of conservation in this country. So what role do you believe farmers can play here in addressing climate change? And what should the Ag committee due to continue to promote conservation practices? I believe that on on our farm. I want to be proactive. You know that the soil carbon Seacrest sequestrating thing is intriguing to me, and I'm gonna mar Furthermore if our production practices into building healthier soils, primarily from me. I stand point I want to create healthy soil reduce input and keep the the thin layer topsoil we have in place. That's what I feel a lot of farmers can do on climate change, and there would be cooperative venture. Whether it's through supply management, and we do a short-term set aside program where we could amend soils where in the northern port thorn northern portion of corn belt, and it's really hard for us to get a window to grow cover crops or anything outside of corn and soybeans those production crops take one hundred percent of our growing season. So if we need to answer to some sort of a climate change initiative out appreciate the ability to move a portion of my. Production acres into soil stewardship applications. Thank you Mr. Peterson. You'll bet Sarah took place yesterday before a House Agriculture subcommittee chaired by feel. I'm on Vale of Texas. I now recognize the gentlemen from Georgia, Mr. Scott for five minutes. Thank you, Mr Chairman and. Just briefly while Texas and Georgia were both hit with hurricanes. The difference in the in the. What happened in Texas is the crop was already harvested. It was just still sitting on the field because you didn't have time to get out of the field before the storm.

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"mr. peterson" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"mr. peterson" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Mr peterson. Yeah. The current landing situation. We Bank on main street Bank in Northfield happens to be the same on Jesse James stride, give money out of. But anyhow they've been supportive and. You know, there are small town lender. We've as I said we've been there forever. It's basically on equity of past generations are diversification in our livelihood and their ability to believe in us. We can't present them with favorable numbers were just. Were trusted friends, I guess because the numbers aren't working and in years past there's been a little bit of a my wife does a lot of the marketing, and there's been a little bit of a bourbon the market or a positive where we could forward contract, we're we're an older established farm and we have on-farm storage. So we can bridge into carry in the market and things like that. But as we plan our crop this year, I don't see a lot of positive frontiers in the markets. It's really hard to price commodity that we're growing, and it's. It's hard to ask this of our trusted lenders. So. I guess what? I'm trying to say is. If we were across the desk. We have to believe in the individual or we'd have to make the decision from some other means because we just don't have the numbers before us to present positive cash flow. Well, thank you. In the interest of time. I'll go ahead and move on to my colleagues recognize the gentleman from Pennsylvania ranking member Thompson for five minutes chairman. Thank you so much. Thank you gentlemen for for being here. Take time away from your farms and your families. Just hoping incredibly valuable that is to us recognize your tackle Feis to come here. But giving us your personal experiences. So important Amish favors good to see again. Mistake as you mentioned that the the need for congress, the past disaster assistance. I certainly agree with you. It's unfortunate that it has taken this long about given that what is being considered legislatively? It's very similar to what congress passed to address the two thousand seventeen losses also caused by hurricanes and south east. Would there be any changes in how the the whip program is designed either legislatively or miserably that would help the program operate better for producers? Yes. In two thousand seventeen one our challenges program was the sign up process was very time consuming consuming. They had to manually calculate all all the automatic due to software issues and one was when the producer signed up. It can only get fifty percent of his eligible payment at that time. And he had to wait Linda, sign up get remaining fifty percent in that that sorta hurts and another thing we've asked..

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"mr. peterson" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"mr. peterson" Discussed on WJR 760

"She said the training was something that was predisposed prior to January twenty ninth. A check was cashed. It was deposited. These are details that came out with my clients fully cooperating with police when asked if the check was for the attack. She said, well, there's not a clear cut answer. You have to look at the fact they were friends in the money did include services for training, but you have to look at it within the context of I'm this star. And you're someone who can help and I would like to pay you for something. And okay, can you do me this favor? She was asked. So was it for training. Or was it not for training? She says I think it was a bit. Of both. So the attorney for these two young men, maybe their testimony the candle less than reliable that is the kindest spin. I can put on what appears to be good old fashioned Chicago skulduggery where someone got pay off at least. That's what it looks. Like, what does it look like to you Keith is in Hamtramck this afternoon? Good afternoon, sir. Thank you guy. One word old how old and for this job into represented south still to this day and innocent and a victim. But let me tell you. This has Michelle Obama's fingerprints all over it. Because the attorney general the state of Illinois the last name is mannequin. Her father's been speaker of the house for thirty eight years. In illinois. And I tell you what her fingerprints all over this poor Richard's. Still pronounced that. He was the victim. And he's innocent. He never lied bald. All Daiki theory time guy, John if you're a victim than why not prosecute those victimized. You know, I want to get on with my life. I want to get on with my career the questions should he be allowed to get out of this with career? Do you think FOX will face backlash if they restore him to the script if they restore his character there in some ways between Iraq and a hard place because of what the state attorney is John done they've not pronounced diminishment, but they have dropped the charges in that would give them the fig leaf in the cover to do that. If they wanted to let's sort of tecumseh and James James, I know you've got another comment, but I just want to ask you a quick question. Do you think FOX if they restore him will face blowback for it? Yes. Because I think a lot of people would stop watching it. I've never watched star. They don't walk blowback with me. But I I wanna wish Mr. Peterson all the best in the world. Amen. We'll talk. Yeah. We'll talk about Brooks in the four o'clock hour, but of all I gotta tell you of all the people I've covered, and he's one of the most beloved, and I know everybody thinks that reporters and politicians don't get along or shouldn't get along you develop a working relationship, and he is truly one of the most colorful, one of the kindest one of the fiercest and one of the boldest, and we'll we'll talk more about it. But I'm going to get choked up. If I go any further, so James. But back to a couple of my point. Oh, yeah. One. I I call her county state attorney's often voiced my displeasure. I recommend everybody. Do it that way. The people have their voice. But the question I have is. Ten. Government the US attorney investigate state attorneys over something like that say if there was a pay on. Well, the federal government has that letter the federal law enforcement has the letter because that extortion attempt because it went through the mail becomes a federal matter. I gotta tell you. I I have to believe hugely within the Justice department within that district. There is a lot more activity now than there was just a few hours ago. Because I think they pay off a payoff this things under seal. So, you know, I think that you're right at the state level or at the federal level. There may be calls for an investigation this. We're just going to have to wait for that shoe to drop. I think there should be. There should be a special prosecutor there should be. No, there should be no seal on that take the seal off. And if you want to let an independent body look at it. But it has to be in someone independent from Chicago politics, which is the original political cesspool. James, thanks for your call. Let's take a short break be back with more of your calls. Hi, I'm RIC Edelman. And I have a feeling that retirement is on your mind. You're wondering if you've saved enough or whether your money is in the right places, you're wondering when will you be able to retire or will you be able to stay.

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"mr. peterson" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

05:04 min | 3 years ago

"mr. peterson" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"You know, unfortunately, that was just that was you know, it was just just. Been go. It didn't go. Well. But you know, she ever shipyard. She'll be where we're going to Salata it top rates are hard to fill. And when that happened just gets she got in the gate. She was standing little bit spread out. And every time they do that they rake like that. So. One of those things where you just. You know, those things happen. You can't really hard. You know know that the first one had had that happened. I can't remember ever happened to me here dropping the job in the jock out of the gate couple of couple of performances from Thursday and Friday, I Sola media. I thought that Friday was was going to be the next step to get him. Get him back. I I was a little the reaction. We have a meeting. We don't have to what about kingly from Thursday. Kingly ran actually decent race. You know looked like look like he was gonna fall back three eight full like he was going to stop. And then he made a little run. No. That was you know, it was a positive race for him. And so, you know for ten going long, you got be nice horse. Yeah. And Siegel nice for some Anthea. So that Manuel. But so we'll just you know, he's these improves going the right way second out, you know, when he broke his maiden at del mar. Candle sick on me a lot of words to get sick. And he's coming back. So. But you know, he's got a he's got a ways to go. Let me ask it to about next week the sand vicinity on Sunday, and I saw the workout from the other day with Coliseum and looked like he had the citation bit the over. Check. Are you getting him under control? I've tried everything on we're slowly we're getting there. You know? He's not leaving the gate. Very well. He didn't leave the gate well forty random and any left when he broke his any broke, you know, broke. Well, but. I I like the way the other day he sort of. He he he didn't get ranked in the middle of the work, which was good. He just sat back. We're just trying to teach him to just contain that energy a little bit. And I think going seven eighths, you know, they're fast. Get away from a chance to sort of move it, you know, close, but I got another horse in there. That's running his three nights at that. Desmond broke his maiden. Yeah. Yeah. He he'll be running in there. And and I don't know who else. Think that Instagram he could show up there? Maybe I don't know having ended up. Yeah. He's out here. And there there. They're getting ready pretty quick. So he looks good out here. You never know. And everything. Everything's okay. Game. Winner had nice easy five eighths the other day, and you mentioned improbable all all systems, go everything. Good. You know, you know, one work to Sloan, you know, in work to bath. You know? So happen, but they're good came back yet. So the. Well, I appreciate this and nice for Mr. Peterson at the success with more spirit and looks like he's going to have more fun with Muto Gustavo much to like, Bob. Good luck this week. Good chance. We'll talk next Monday. I appreciate it. Bob Baffert and let him go. Take a look at improbable. It was on the. On the training track. I guess more rain there today. Unbelievable. Think Bob, Danny argon. Ken mcpeek. Nick, and Johnny de and Walter Walter bloom junior joining us early don't call them. You can't call. Michael, Mike, and you can't call. Walter, Walt Wally. Actually, who I think louima's narrow I think 'cause Wally I think he's the only one that's allowed. It's monday. And let's see let's see what we got here. How do a quick check running out of time on a Monday for your racing options. You've got Louisiana downs Mahoning valley parks turf paradise. Four racetracks for your wagering leisure. He didn't get enough. You didn't how many props did you hit that Super Bowl every goofy Brock possible came through?.

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"mr. peterson" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"mr. peterson" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"We're back at the races on. Just about fifteen minutes to do on this Monday. And just was peaking at the. At the sale results. And you've got a an early. Six figure multiple six figure seller Chica, boo. Remember, Chica, boo? Chica boo. It looks like she is heading to Japan three hundred thousand. For the cow bread daughter. And. That was a Peter. I remember Chica, boo. She goes a snake works, right? Yeah. That's your top seller. And there's also a. Nice number on a class included. Another stakes mare, and she was one hundred ten thousand, but that's a big early number three hundred thousand for. For Chica boo about that. And looking at some of the early yearlings, there's a car pay diem that a West Virginia bread fifty thousand. And that's the leading. Yearling and how 'bout here's a here's a mayor that is in full to mastery abandoning mayor they bandit and forty seven thousand so underway at. Phase Tipton February the last of the bloodstock sales. We turn our attention to two year old in training in no time at all in. Bob effort will swing the action. The find two year olds for later in the year right now, he's got the three year olds rolling and mutual Gustavo on the wet track on Saturday at say the need a Bob. Congratulations to you. And Mr. Peterson. Oh, thank you. Steve. Yeah. You know, it was fighting to see. Perform like the supposed to it's very gratifying. Sometimes it works painted. Well, and and he seems to be maximizing these opportunities a lot of people wondered how far he's going to want to go long term. What were your thoughts? Of course, the racetrack came up pretty swampy. What were what were you feeling going in? Well, you know, I I wasn't worried about the track was had a pretty good seal with fast, it has good bottom. Kill it. Sometimes it's better like that..

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"mr. peterson" Discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast

GSMC Basketball Podcast

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"mr. peterson" Discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast

"Welcome back to the G M C basketball podcast. We just Hayward's injury for the Celtics and pay the civil in trouble. Who knows? But I think we also need another injury. Lebron James groin injury is a very big question. Mark on in the Lakers. Lakers organization as no one has said any word about his injuries, and he's been gone for since Christmas. And this might be torn groin who knows what's going to be going down. But fact, the matter is this injury is more serious than I think anyone thought. I mean thing it's more serious than the Lakers lead on. I wonder if they kind of knew that this was a sick more significant injury than what they reported right away. I mean, they said the MRI came back into wasn't torn. But at this point. If he is out an extended amount of time, you have to wonder if he does have a torn muscle because a strain doesn't really take four to six weeks to come back from you know. Yeah. True. If it's longer than four or five weeks you start thinking, okay. Did he tear muscle? Yeah. I think tearing is pretty serious for the groin muscle, especially, but I feel like that she needs surgery now. Yeah. You would think so. But I don't know maybe we should just bring your doctor friend on. We have two questions for your terrier groin muscle. Does it always require surgery? Mr. Peterson Dr Peterson doctor. I I think he's just a physician, but regardless I think, you know, that doctors or dentists doctors technically one are on earth or Utah dentists are doctors, I know that I have I have a friend. That's a dentist Dr O'Brien. Isn't that weird though, we at all, but like mentally perform surgery? Yes. Gum surgery that century. I I realized this is just kind of fun all surgeries are serious. Do you consider dentists doctors? Yes. Okay. You want to say to my friend, who's a doctor? Yeah. I do bring him on the show not gonna bring Dr O'Brien on the show doctors, you know, I know a few well one's dentist so it doesn't count, but you are scumbag for saying that. That's so rude kitty perform life saving surgery, another doctor. It's not fair. No, that's only a handful of doctors can do that. Or whatever your doctor in. Okay. If your doctor for a second if you're doctrine, you perform surges for muscles tendons in a knee surgery. That's not life saving surgery. But he's still call that. They could you know, like the could do it. Yeah. Because nee- in a harder to the same thing. All right. So let me ask you have to specialize in. That jury jeopardy. They need to go in for surgery. There's a doctor who performs who Dr James Andrews, for example. He does like he just forts injuries. We he's he's in trouble recently. He does sports injuries. And then you've got another guy who does dental dental surgery. So you need life same surgery, which one do you pick which one do you pick both the same thing? So you told me you'd Vic the dentist over the dude who actually goes into the human body to.

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"mr. peterson" Discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast

GSMC Basketball Podcast

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"mr. peterson" Discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast

"Is you need lock that Laura. And I'm just saying, but like how long d- how long are you willing to give him before you start to question if he'll ever be give another season really two full seasons. The first see that's not fair to get rid of them after one season. But I mean, like as far as we are in like, you know, health and technology and rehab and stuff like that. It kind of just feels like at some point. You're just not going to get better than what you are not saying he's at that point. But like two full seasons. Definitely at the end of next year at the end of next season is when we can determine if you'll ever be the same definitely. Yeah. That seems like too long. I don't know. I'm a little more patient than you. I guess it's not patience thing. I just I'm not a doctor. Okay. And I don't have any experience or education in medical and stuff like that. But like I feel like, you know, earlier than two full years if you're going to be able to get athleticism back from an injury. I just I feel like you do I don't know if that's true. That's fair. I don't know if that's true. I could be flat out wrong. Maybe we should invite a doctor onto the show. You know? Well, I actually I do break friends. Yeah. But what's his name or her? Well, I have a nurse friend that's part of the -mergency room and all that rehabilitate. I know what I actually have a good friend of mine families. Dr though, we'll know a family friend that works on rehabilitation surgery and all that stuff for sports injuries. Yeah. You should reach out to that. I'll talk to him Mr. Peterson will Peterson let us know how long it normally takes under a severe injury for now fleet. To come back to make a determination on if that person will have that athleticism or not very worded question. But it's a complicated question. It's not it's not I can't simply can you say any simpler than that. No. You can't. I mean, I how you were explaining to a lot longer than I thought it was going to take. So I mean, I maybe could have worded that easier. But it is a complicated question because it's like asking specifically his up lettuces, and how long will it take for his injury for him to come back. But it is something to think about I it's just depressing. Like if I was a Celtics fan, and I saw him put up three points in twenty five minutes big. But you can't say, oh, he sucks. No. No. No. No, no. I mean, some fans because fans are idiots will say that. Well, you can't let's let's not insult our no fancier idiots, the I'm an idiot too. We're all we're all fans. We're all EDS. We say stupid stuff. All the time about the teams. We like, let's be real. Okay. It's okay to self assess fair you have opinions that about you. The team that sound dumb to someone else. I have the same opinions that sound dumb to someone else. But Celtics fans who are frustrated by their season. We'll say stuff. Well, I mean, Harry does think the earth is flat. Wasn't that him? That was him. Right. I'm not it was. Oh, yeah. He he's the leader of the flatter. There's there's a lot. What is the what is the quo? Oh, so maybe around the Glenn we have members all around the world. Yes. Around the world on earth. You said is how I don't know how many times they said, but how on earth can you? How can you look at that sentence ago that makes sense? And then post it. Come on people. If you're if you're a flatter. We disagree, of course. But stick by your guns. Anyways, we take a break. We shouldn't. Yes. When we get back. We'll talk about LeBron gingery and CEO severe that is because I think it's a lot more serious than most people are letting on. But we'll get on that when we were turned..

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