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"mr. borough" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

15:43 min | 3 months ago

"mr. borough" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"That. We've been covering the food aspect quite a bit and even published an op. Ed By yourself on the on that healthfulness aspect but Do you do you have a sense? In terms of disparate The health food healthfulness of meals do you a sense. Both of of those sets were being controlled centrally by the city or are there local Issues at play decisions closed. Food Pantry is are there are there is it? Is it as simple as the sort of city halls food system is broken or was there any local issue at play and that's a great question because the combination of the city hall full system of was clearly not prepared and didn't make the necessary adjustment. I know the mayor switched over the process. in has commissioned Garcia of to sort of get it under control they stated that still I not kinks of Delivery System. We have people on the ground like campaign against hunger and one month she distribute of a million meals which was just amazing high quality males so it was a centralized system because remember what happened when they shut down the city or pause whatever terminology we want to use those senior centers with many seniors receiving their the meal. Their day that's primarily male was coming from the Cedar Senior Centers. We call them down. Seniors went home. There was no real avenue of getting the food that was not out and part of the closedown process. Adult Adult daycares those daycares. They were also closed down and we didn't make a quick adjustment of allowing them to use a tele medicine telecommunications to continue to provide the services so it was a central lines rake down not only just local pantry but it was a centralized breakdown. Not Getting to those worthy. Let me ask you You've been making a lot of Deliveries of of some mass and personal protection equipment. That you say you've said In some statements and interviews that you've been able to secure by making your own deals with partners in China. Can you explain that a little bit more on? I've been a little curious about how you know Brooklyn Borough. President's office is making deals to bring in equipment while you know in some ways the the city government state government had their own struggles with that had those deals at work. I think that's going to be one of the dog. Moments of the few of fishing Talian counter why Lauren busted a plane full of PP's and the richest city in the richest country The richest state we couldn't. That's a question that I've asked over and over again if you heard me speak about this. Throughout the years when I first became president I reached out to the all the council generals in the city and I have held several fetus with them because I always felt Brooklyn of being the third largest city if they were independent city that we need to have international relationships. You can't solve modern problems for leaving. You're going to be an isolation and travel back and forth to China's six times an established sister city agreement With the Chinese government so when the virus came here to the country one of the largest producers appease China so I got on the phone and say we need your help until our government is able to rain these supplies on a front line. Can you guys help us here in Brooklyn and they? They started shipping in style of Bass that we were able to bring hospitals green to for frontline employees while the MTA headed stockpile full of mass. They refused to give to their employees. We would give the man. We were given correctional officers mass school crossing guards mass Giving in ninety five sit down state interface. Mommy's here 'cause we thought we would just holding on the front into the city and state procurement would come through but the cavalry. Never you know we we in week six and we just started talking about your mass. I always say we should be giving mass to every essential employees. And every citizen Connecticut was giving Master Stamford. They was giving mass. To every citizen Newark was giving mass every citizen. Why couldn't we have done that here in New York? And using what funds from the Brooklyn Borough president sort of You know expense budget to to make those deals or what NOPE STRAIGHT DONATIONS. We have spent a dime stroh nations. You know the the people of China and the Chinese community here one story that has yet to be told that while Chinese community was being attacked. Why businesses were closed down. Why people harassing them. When I started my night project the Chinese community here in New York gave us twenty five thousand mile mass to do tonight should project of in spite of what they were going through? So we did not spend any money at all. It was all contributions from monks from Chinese business owners. People who said they they love this country and wanted to be here and be a part in help in the or contribution speaking of masks distribution. I saw police officers handing out masks van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx this weekend. Obviously there were other instances over the weekend involving police That were less sanguine. And where the role of police enforcing social distancing became another topic or was renewed as a topic of conversation. What do you think is the way to enforce? Social Distancing Mr Borough President Amina is if it is important in stopping a deadly disease it is potentially life and death issue when there is a lack of compliance. What's the appropriate role for police? And who else should be involved in trying to get people to comply but this one moment you were doing analysis of the great disturbances in our countries. I don't care if it's the watts riots in Los Angeles Rise. If the rights have taken place across this country for the most part it involved police community interaction. You we are talking when you talk about. Police offices of enforcing social distances. You are saying that a police department that has had some historical tension in certain communities. You are now encouraging the largest interaction with these schools in the history of the police department. That is alarming. And would I said with the mayor? This opportunity foresee build bridges with the communities that we have historical problem had them give out in that. I've been police officers Say Hello Give out master. People and talk about social justice team with the enforcement of social. Distancing is not a crime and we should stop treating like a crime. It's a re culturing. It's a rethinking how we have to exist as a Colbert or any virus environment. So next week I'm having a meeting of with my lawn. My law enforcement people as well as my friends of hawks associated throughout the barrel civic my block associated my pure violence and my violence interrupters. My clothes I am saying. Let's recoup people from their community to engage with people about the importance of social distance. Re Culture this is not an enforcement you know we should not be looking to use this as a modified version of stock. Can I what happened in Manhattan? They the to be arrested someone for possession of marijuana that started out as a he was sitting on his stoop with his lady friend and it all into all of a sudden they were wrestling on the ground. People play arrests and then a third person was party to say. We can't have that problem going. Be A hot summer. People are frustrated. Lisa officers are frustrated. We need people to be able to communicate not use citation. WanNa WANNA try to get to a few other things to do in our remaining five minutes here borough president. I just a couple maybe quicker question just as a follow up to that You know if you were sort of running things today and you wouldn't have the NYPD as the front line of social distancing enforcement. Do you think there needs to be a lot of city government personnel. That are doing that work or does it not have to be as much of a you know. It's it's the guidance out there and it's up to sort of social responsibility to take care of it or are there certain city employees that you would put in charge of it do you. Do you know what you do if you were in charge of the situation. What I think everyone could be engaged. City employee employees of you know I. I don't subscribe to the theory of certain city. Employees should stay home while the city of Louise should be out on the front line and particularly mind supervisory pool paid more. You do more of so. I think that everyone can be Better is not dealing with preexisting conditions. Because you have some who are but those who who could possibly do so a they should be out also engaging in the social distance it should not be uniform personnel and those would they have existing tension and and just to sort of.

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"mr. borough" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

07:08 min | 3 months ago

"mr. borough" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Presuming that he would be fingered in this report in a way that would be embarrassing instead what if we would have gotten if he was just with the Astros into player to be named I I don't get you you had proof that he was involved in everything the year before with a different team and then he was supposedly moving onto a new team there's also now found guilty of sign stealing it he had nothing to do I I don't I don't get that part of it and the red Sox say that it was not intended championship despite the penalties handed down I was going along to the manager Ron Roenicke has the interim title taken away he's now the red Sox manager sports center all night ESPN radio the NFL draft coming up seven o'clock eastern time you'll hear it here on ESPN radio seems pretty set up the top job world number one of the bangles chains young to Washington at number two but their careers merry may not play out that way to the guy's a PTI do you think that down the road chase young will become more valuable than Joe burrow well don't he certainly could be that mean suppose he turns into a great defensive player you got a pass rusher you got somebody who also is so athletic that people project you can be involved in coverage sort of a a new age player when it comes to pass rushing you don't just line them up in one spot and if chase young is all that right and Mr borough is just adequate at quarterback he could be more valuable down the road we've seen you know defense that we think pass rushers Richard dent comes to mind of course for me the MVP of the Super Bowl so yes she's young could it be that all the odds with them probably not so I think you need to have a great pass rusher and I think you need to have a great quarterback and I think the way the rules are written now if both are great the great quarterback I believe is a little bit more important I think chase young could have more impact it first year enjoy borrowing maybe down the road Jonesborough would have more impact down the road I mean to me inside let's look at the best player let's look at Lawrence Taylor and Joe Montana if you're asking me what I rather take I would rather as great as Lawrence Taylor is I would rather have Joe Montana I just think that a quarterback is more impactful over the course of a career and and and maybe you don't think that if he's really good if you could give me tall I'm from a circumstance to Chicago where no quarterback has ever been as valuable as about two dozen great defensive play house so what's your point of view is but I I generally agree with you and of borough is what people think he is and projected to be if he fulfills any of that he should be more valuable than even a great great hall of fame defensive player but in an automatic going to wing come up well we do a morning six to ten eastern time and chase young will join the show will be your guest nine forty five eastern time I was gonna can we go they're the top of the draft chase young Joe burrow then it becomes which is the next quarterback that will be off the board to talk to my lawyers name is in the mix is coached Alabama Nick Saban this is a lot of players during all you know we try to emphasize to all you're going to college to prepare yourself for the day you can't please hold on that's why it's so important to get an education on and very proud of the way we've been able to help our players do that but I do we all realize that an awful lot of these guys this was their dream it's a great dream come true for and our guys to be able to get drafted in the thing that we try to emphasize your players now how do you create value for yourself and again I understand that you know I used to be in a draft an initial list of draft reports knowledge to listen for two compelling words and and but because working out grandma's always good worker after book was always bad and our dish to organize you know don't give anybody any reason to say but I'm not sure you know the kind of person or the kind of character you have courage to insure the car leader you have got to work at the kind of perseverance all sign in performance all these things you know are a part of who you are and everybody has a little bit different kind athletic ability when everybody can have great competitive character on if you do those things well you're going to reach your full potential that's going to give you the best chance to sort of be able to realize your dreams and I always remember what Kobe Bryant said when he was here you know what are your goals how do you need to edit your behavior I to be able to accomplish those goals and that's something that's resonated with me and we tried to continue to emphasize to the players so that their their behaviors you want to be able to reflect you know the kind of goals that they have unfortunately we have some guys all right that we're gonna have an album form and I know you've been asked about all the no that's the way it works you you've been in that spot in the NFL golf and in in relation to tour which seems to be the the name that everyone has been to debating and discussing what are your thoughts in terms of his reading this to make this next up well you know I think two is an outstanding player and I think it's going to be an outstanding professional player all in all the only guy that I can compare object about played in college just not confirm the pro guises in on drew Brees was one of the most effective college personalize it coach Michigan state it was a produ en route to a to many others and at least a college player analysts are great hands quick release very instinctive very accurate with the ball you know well like Polish teammates good leader pleasant personality would be a wonderful series of any organization wherever he went which is you know part of the quarterback in the NFL in the whole in a marketing strategy that they all have to sort of live with us and I thank you guys you know I'm no doctor so I'm sure there's other medical folks that bar medical folks here think she's made tremendous progress as Reeva spring growth and is going to be fine so on that's all I have to go on from that standpoint but if there is one negative and I've said this before too is a great competitor ours always trying to make a play but there is a charge from the self preservation standpoint that you got to say there is no place here I need to get rid of the ball and most of his injuries that occurred here at Alabama have been never should never been hit now the play was dead another was not the mayor should occur on the ball away and but is a great competitor he always wants to make a play and you don't want to take that spirit away but you also want to understand each other it's important to stay healthy Michigan plan actually thanks we've been really on the.

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"mr. borough" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

07:53 min | 3 months ago

"mr. borough" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"When the judge prosecuting or giving the verdict on the case as an interest in making this case go away it just feels very convenient for the red Sox information the baseball as a business I got soul and remember to a public stocking about you know Major League Baseball the union is so strong so the commission didn't want to go after them so we have Alex core AJ Hinch or you know to popular guys among their players among the fans among the media they lose their jobs no players whatsoever getting punished you know we missed an April the Houston Astros getting heckled by fans in every visiting park wouldn't get to see that at all probably want to come back in I just want to know can the red Sox hire Alex Cora back because they fired him I think presuming that he would be fingered in this report in a way that would be embarrassing instead saying he would have gotten if he was just with the Astros into player to be named I I don't get you you had proof that he was involved in everything the year before with a different team and then he was supposedly moving onto a new team there's also now found guilty of sun feeling that he had nothing to do I I don't I don't get that part of it and the red Sox say that it was not intended championship despite the penalties handed down I was going along to the manager Ron Roenicke has the interim title taken away he's now the red Sox manager sports center all night ESPN radio the NFL draft coming up seven o'clock eastern time you'll hear it here on ESPN radio seems pretty set up the top job world number one of the bangles chase young to Washington and number two but their careers merry may not play out that way to the guy's a PTI do you think that down the road chase young will become more valuable than Joe burrow well don't he certainly could be that meets both he turns into a great defensive player you got a pass rusher you got somebody who also is so athletic that people projected to be involved in coverage sort of a a new age player when it comes to pass rushing you don't just line them up in one spot in the chase young is all that right and Mr borough is just adequate at quarterback he could be more valuable down the road we've seen you know defense that we seem pass rushers Richard dent comes to mind of course for me the MVP of the Super Bowl so yes chase young could be that all the odds with them probably not so I think you need to have a great pass rusher and I think you need to have a great quarterback and I think the way the rules are written now if both are great the great quarterback I believe is a little bit more important I think chase young could have more impact it first year enjoy borrowing maybe down the road Jonesborough would have more impact down the road I mean to me inside let's look at the best player let's look at Lawrence Taylor and Joe Montana if you're asking me what I rather take I would rather as great as Lawrence Taylor is I would rather have Joe Montana I just think that a quarterback is more impactful over the course of a career and and and maybe you don't think that if he's really good if you you gotta forgive me tall I'm from a circumstance to Chicago where no quarterback has ever been as valuable as about two dozen great defensive play house so what's your point of view is but I I generally agree with you and of borough is what people think he is and projected to be if he fulfills any of that he should be more valuable than even a great great hall of fame defensive player but in an automatic going to wing come up well we do a morning six to ten eastern time and chase young will join the show will be a guest nine forty five eastern time I would go again we go the top of the draft chase young Joe burrow then it becomes which is the next quarterback that will be off the board to talk to my lawyers name is in the mix is coached Alabama Nick Saban this this is a lot of players during you know we try to emphasize strong you're going to college to prepare yourself for the day you can't please hold on that's why it's so important to get an education on them very proud of the way we've been able to help our players do that but I do we all realize that an awful lot of these guys this was their dream it's a great dream come true for and our guys to be able to get drafted in the thing that we try to emphasize your players now how do you create value for yourself and you gotta understand that you know I used to be in a draft an initial list of draft reports large to listen for two compelling words and and but because working out ran was always good looking after book was always bad and hi dish to organize you know don't give anybody any reason to say but I'm not sure you know the kind of person are the kind of character you have constant Shankar leader you have to work at the kind of perseverance all you know pride in performance all these things you know are a part of who you are and everybody has a little bit different kind athletic ability when everybody can have great competitive character and if you do those things well you're going to reach your full potential that's going to give you the best chance to sort of be able to realize your dreams and I always remember what Kobe Bryant shirt when he was here you know what are your goals how do you need to edit your behavior I to be able to accomplish those goals and that's something that's resonated with me and we tried to continue to emphasize to the players so that their their behaviors you want to be able to reflect you know the kind of goals that they have unfortunately we have some guys all right that we're gonna you know have an album form and I know you've been asked about all them though that's the way it works you've you've been in that spot in the NFL often in in relation to tour which seems to be the the name that everyone has been to debating and discussing what are your thoughts in terms of his readiness to make this next up well you know I think two is an outstanding player nothing's going to be an outstanding professional player all in all the only guy that I can compare him to drop played in college just not concurrent on the program is is you know drew Brees was one of the most effective college personalize it coach at Michigan state it was a produ en route to a to mayors and at least as a college player analysts are great hands quick release very instinctive very accurate with the ball you know well like Polish teammates good leader pleasant personality would be a wonderful space of any organization wherever he went which is you know part of the quarterback in the NFL in the whole you know marketing strategy that they all have to sort of live with us and I thank you guys you know I'm no doctor so I'm sure there's other medical folks that bar medical folks here think she's made tremendous progress this recap it's been good and it is going to be fine so on that's all I have to go on from that standpoint but if there is one negative and I've said this before no two is a great competitor always always trying to make a play but there is a Tom from self preservation standpoint that you got to say there is no place here I need to get rid of the ball and most of his injuries that occurred here in Alabama have been should never should've never been hit you know the play was dead that was not the mayor should withdraw the ball orient but is a great competitor he always wants to make a play and you don't want to take that spirit away but you also want to understand what's important stay healthy Michigan plan actually generally on the Paul Finebaum show is anybody else.

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"mr. borough" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:12 min | 3 months ago

"mr. borough" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Fingered in this report in a way that would be embarrassing instead you would have gotten if he was just with the Astros into player to be named I don't get you you had proof that he was involved in everything the year before with a different team and then he was supposedly moving on to a new team there's also now found guilty of sun feeling that he had nothing to do I I don't I don't get that part of it and the red Sox say that it was not intended championship despite the penalties handed down I was going along to the manager Ron Roenicke has the interim title taken away he's now the red Sox manager sports center all night ESPN radio the NFL draft coming up seven o'clock eastern time you'll hear it here on ESPN radio seems pretty set up the top job world number one of the Bengals chase young to Washington at number two but their careers merry may not play out that way to the guise of PTI do you think that down the road chase young will become more valuable than Joe burrow we don't he certainly could be that mean suppose it turns into a great defensive player you got a pass rusher you got somebody who also is so athletic that people projected to be involved in coverage sort of a a new age player when it comes to pass rushing you don't just line them up in one spot in the chase young is all that right and Mr borough is just adequate at quarterback he could be more valuable down the road we've seen you know defense that we've seen pass rushers Richard Dick comes to mind of course for me the MVP of the Super Bowl so yes she's young could it be that all the odds with them probably not so I think you need to have a great pass rusher and I think you need to have a great quarterback and I think the way the rules are written now if both are great the great quarterback I believe is a little bit more important I think chase young could have more impact the first year enjoy borrowing maybe down the road Jonesborough would have more impact down the road I mean to me inside let's look at the best player let's look at Lawrence Taylor and Joe Montana if you're asking me what I rather take I would rather as great as Lawrence Taylor is I would rather have Joe Montana I just think that a quarterback is more impactful over the course of a career and and and maybe you don't think that if he's really good if you gotta forgive me tall I'm from a circumstance to Chicago where no quarterback has ever been as valuable as about two dozen great defensive play yes so what's your point of view is but I I generally agree with you and of borough is what people think he is and projected to be fulfilled any of that he should be more valuable than even a great great hall of fame defensive player but in an automatic going to wing come up well we do a morning six to ten eastern time and chase young will join the show will be a guest nine forty five eastern time I was gonna can we go the top of the draft chase young Joe burrow then it becomes which is the next quarterback that will be off the board to talk about those names in the mix his coach Alabama Nick Saban this is a lot of players during all you know we try to emphasize tone you're going to college to prepare yourself for the day you can't please hold on that's why it's so important to get an education on our standard problem the way we've been able to help our players do that out but I do we all realize that an awful lot of these guys this was their dream it's a great dream come true for an organized to be able to get drafted in the thing that we try to emphasize here with players now how do you create value for yourself and you gotta understand that you know I used to be in a graft in this list of draft reports large to listen for two compelling works and and bought clothes working after rand was always good looking after the book was always bad and I just tell our guys you know don't give anybody any reason to say but I'm not sure you know the kind of person or the car character you have constitutional gun leader you have to work at the kind of perseverance all you know pride in performance all these things you know are a part of who you are and everybody has a little bit different kind of athletic ability what everybody can have great competitive character on if you do those things well you're going to reach its full potential that's going to give you the best chance to sort of be able to realize your dreams and I always remember what Kobe Bryant said when he was here now what are your goals how do you need to edit your behavior are to be able to accomplish those goals and that's something that's resonated with me and we tried to continue to emphasize to the players so that their their behavior is not available reflect you know the kind of goals that they have unfortunately we have some guys all right that we're gonna you know how that happened for and I know you've been asked about all the no that's the way it works you've you've been in that spot in the NFL often in in relation to tool which seems to be the the name that everyone has been to debating and discussing what are your thoughts in terms of his readiness to make this next up well you know I think two is an outstanding player and I think he's going to be an outstanding professional player all in all the only guy that I can confirm to you that I played in college just not confirm the pro guises in on drew Brees was one of the most effective college players alarms at George Michigan state it was a produ en route to a to many others and at least a college player analysts are great hands quick release very instinctive very accurate with the ball you know well like Polish teammates good leader pleasant personality would be a wonderful space of any organization wherever he went which is you know part of the quarterback in the NFL in the hole in a marketing strategy that they all have to struggle of wills and I thank you guys you know I'm no doctor so I'm sure there's other medical folks that bar medical folks here think she's made tremendous progress three others bring good and it is going to be fine so on that's all I have to go on for that one but if there is one negative and I've said this before on loan to is a great competitor ours always trying to make a play but there is a charge from the self preservation standpoint if you're gonna say there is no place here I need to get rid of the ball and most of his injuries that occurred here Alabama have been originally never been hit in all the plane was dead are there was nothing there should gala ball okay and but is a great competitor he always wants to make a play area we don't want to take that spirit away but you also want to go out on the stand no it's important to stay healthy Michigan plan actually examen earlier on the Paul Finebaum show is anybody else listening for the ends of the Bucks when he was talking about to.

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"mr. borough" Discussed on True Consequences

True Consequences

05:22 min | 4 months ago

"mr. borough" Discussed on True Consequences

"Your mobile device in part one of Jacob Story you heard about his case and how he was murdered by my stepfather you learned about how my stepfather terrorized my mom and I for years. This episode is a follow up to episode one for context. My mother and I went to a cold case investigator to have this case looked at again in two thousand and four. We weren't aware of the status of the secondary investigation until I requested the documents for this case in January of this year as a result of this request I received close to two hundred pages of documents related to the investigation. I learned a lot from these documents. Most notably I learned that this case is in fact closed. I became extremely emotional as you can imagine learning that no one is willing to prosecute. This case was more than heartbreaking for me. The most frustrating part of this discovery was learning that the cold case investigators stated and I quote suspect was arrested in nineteen ninety two and charged with defense but after his arrest. It appears that nothing else occurred after the initial filing of the criminal charge and I've been unable to determine why this occurred as records and no longer exist. There was sufficient evidence in this investigators opinion to prove that he knew of Jacob's recent head injury which occurred several weeks before the incident which resulted Jacob's death. The suspect should have been more attentive to Jacobs needs. He did negligently and without justifiable cause. Place Jacob in a situation that endangered his life he knew of Jacob's prior injury and combined with the fact that he changed his story of events several times during the investigation which were not witnessed by anyone else. The fact alone draws a lot of suspicion to any story he tells after his initial statement the incident which resulted in Jacob's death occurred one way. Not the two or three ways as told the suspect he knew he needed to be much more attentive to. Jacobs needs as Jacob was only nine months old and still in need of almost constant supervision. The suspect failed to do this. The problem with this investigation at this time is the statute of limitations and this investigators opinion. If this is not overcome there cannot be a successful criminal prosecution in this matter. We also have a speedy trial issue. He was arrested in nineteen ninety two and it appears that the criminal charge was never pursued by the state into quote. When the co- case investigator requested follow up from the current. Da He was told that the DA was not interested in prosecuting. This case here is an expert from the letter the DA's office sent to the cold case. Investigator quote Mr. Borough had reviewed several times the material that was sent to him concerning the events surrounding the death of Jacob. Blending Jacob Lundin's death occurred in Sikora County New Mexico in April of Nineteen eighty-seven. Mr Berle had determined that there is insufficient evidence at this time to proceed with a felony prosecution. The letter also stated that Mr Borough is of the opinion that the extreme age of the matter coupled with the statute of limitations which was in effect. At the time of Jacob Lundin's death would by itself made it impossible to proceed with a prosecution in this case. No evidence was maintained or seized during this investigation. The case is now considered closed. End Quote as you can imagine. This was extremely frustrating for me to learn. I was not aware that the case was closed. I knew that the case was cold but I was always under the impression that it was still an open case. I am still choosing to edit out the suspect's name because I'm hopeful that I can have this case reopened either by the district attorney or the Attorney General's office today. I'm joined by my friend Lydia and her friend. Edna Edna is a former prosecutor for the state of New Mexico in this episode. Edna tries to help me understand the case more and in the follow up to this episode you will hear some corrections to what was discussed today. I do have to apologize for the sound quality. Myself Edna and Lydia were all at a very busy restaurant in Albuquerque to discuss the case and as a result had to work pretty hard to edit out the background noise so that you could hear what we're talking about it did garble the audio a little bit. I apologize for that but I hope you can look past it and really listen closely to what we are discussing. Because I did learn a lot about our justice system in the state and I definitely feel strongly that there's a lot that has to be changed. I had many suspicions about that. But this became very clear after my conversations with Edna I am Eric Carter Line Dean and this is true consequences..

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"mr. borough" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

09:34 min | 7 months ago

"mr. borough" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Alexander Baldwin Mr borough president presents to their that's going to take a while it's as exciting as watching paint dry so that's formality that's what they do not Tuesday presumably they'll get rolling with this and Carl the mile that'll be done by the end of January as I'm suggesting you agree with that well I hope it's done fast because I it's a sort of side show it's a witch hunt and here's one issue that they should be addressing the the members of Congress should be talking about the colossal waste of federal funding on homeless programs aren't working in a they need to be talking about caring for veterans securing the border but they're not because they are so fixated the Democrats on trying to overturn the results of the twenty sixteen election and apparently they don't have a whole lot of confidence that their candidates gonna win twenty twenty because they're putting all their face and and and their abuse of power with impeachment so you know why people are so angry with politicians because instead of doing the people's business they're they're involved in in a witch hunts like that Carl them out with us said just unveiling this the clean streets initiative in the last hour and and again I I think the topic that mare Faulkner talked about most last night was some aspect of what's happening in the streets of and I just read repair but especially the homeless issue and he said they were ready to lead with a new partnership that will deploy county mental health teams to the bridge shelters to do a more intensive valuation that's not what you're talking about you're talking bout getting the cops to be able to do more going back to the one the vagrancy laws were still on the books is not a tall order though Carl the mile to get back at one eight in consider what the courts have done in California well it may be in but we can do it and it is the only way to actually clean up the streets is to go with the intervention and the strategies that work time and time again and all the other states in the nation except in California because we decide to call it'll we decide to coddle the homeless rather than to actually hold them accountable and give them the programs in the support to make these life changing decisions now here's the thing what what poker is doing is frankly more of the funding of the failure he wants to raise taxes with measure C. which is on the ballot that's the convention center well here again that's convention center homeless stuff and street stuff yeah they let let up a Christmas and a tax increase like a Christmas tree when they do that stuff you know that they're just interested in the money but all the beds Carl be fair I mean those things are interrelated you spend the convention center has an impact on the streets of the course the almost and all that so I understand the thinking I just don't like when everybody including the union bosses are smiling saying it's well yeah well it will work and we have a surplus to expand the convention center in the existing hotel tax rate and when they say well we're gonna also help us homeless this is the window dressing I'm talking about a tax increase in LA in San Francisco wasted that those taxpayers money they didn't solve the problem in in San Diego we're not gonna solve the problem by throwing good money after bad we need to do is say we are going to enforce the law how do you do that number one as a member of Congress I'm going to introduce an amendment to the hud appropriation bill saying that no funding from Hyde shall go to a state or locality unless they can enforce their vagrancy ordering and drug laws second we will also go into the the judge in the ninth circuit court of appeals and we got a judicata that decision that was handed down all the way to the Supreme Court but one of the things that's in that decision as flawed as it is is that if we have a car or a bad somewhere that we can actually arrest a homeless person what you're doing right now is your putting money into something called housing first where instead of doing a a cop or a bed in a shelter what they're doing is giving is homeless individuals apartment the giving of the keys to her apartment but Knowles sobriety no clean and sober requirements and so what we need to do is have accountability input that limited dollars into the treatment programs anti that down with the cot with a bat that gives a certain portion back it also gives us programs that can help people who are willing to help themselves finally a work requirement anyone who's in a homeless shelter anyone receiving public welfare should be part of the work crew cleaning up our streets or sidewalks being a a beneficial part of society is important and so we have proven programs you've talked about east county transitional living center yeah that's the program and solutions for change where I hope I pronounced out earlier this morning those programs work because their faith based and they hold people accountable Carl the mile with is running the fiftieth commercial district is all this I assume posted on your on your website the clean streets initiative you just announced yes they can go to Carl to my dot com but here's the thing I'm not just waiting with a a a plan what we're doing is we are moving forward with the opposition to measure scene because we don't want to increase taxes and throw good money after bad and then secondly we are going to be filing a accounting initiative to start this model in San Diego county I may not be able to convince LA or San Francisco to go sorry we're sorry for that I think the enforcement part is a huge missing piece of of all this I understand that you talk to law enforcement they're frustrated by the system what the courts have decided and in fact yeah I'm all for people getting into programs and turning things around but the ones were more militant more violent there on the streets they want no part of this the others the drug problems there's some good they're just some bad people out there in terms of criminal element to and if you talk to any business owners downtown San Diego for example they will tell you just that I I have a question ever talk about earlier and got into yesterday morning everyday infrastructure deal but it's tied to the homeless thing least the way I see this this this this draw dropping number that it it with the eighty one thousand plus side walks in the city of San Diego the need repair and it's the property owners responsibility even other public sidewalks the city of San Diego's waving what is often two thousand dollars Christian permit fees likes to say what you got to pay that but if they're the if the sidewalks are well it's a city liability to an extent that if somebody trips and falls they can sue the city into the homeowner but they're also saying well the responsibility is with the homeowner to fix the sidewalk how does that match with the Supreme Court saying now we're not gonna take the case ninth circuit stands if you don't have a bad as a person on the street you can camp and do whatever you want to do on that sidewalk which is quote on quote public one of its in front of my house for example that seems you know I think connecting those two in issues of growing and it shows the hypocrisy and the double standard it looked AT and other allergy I use I think your your sidewalk repair issue is is is perfect and that if someone trips and falls on the sidewalk you're responsible to pay for it but apparently it's not your sidewalk because a homeless person can can live there yeah if you and I stopped her car on the fifteen freeway in rush hour and just sat there we would be arrested if we did it if we did it every day we would be jailed and so the reality is we have the ability to enforce public right away laws for public convenience for public health and sanitary issues and so that's the approach I'm taking with the clean streets initiatives that we're gonna go to the courts and say now you got it wrong we're gonna go to the Supreme Court but while we do that we are going to fund the programs allow us to meet those judges standards which is if you have a car or or homeless shelter bed available then you can enforce the law what they're doing right now is are giving money to these politically connected developers for nine hundred thousand dollar per unit projects going good money after bad and if any and I was wondering does no welfare to work and no substance abuse or mental health accountability that Scott itching and believable but predictable on so many fronts curled my if you want to find out about the clean streets initiative you can check the Carl the mile dot com thanks for checking in almost action plan C. A. dot org hi action plan C. A. now you're not totally against the convention center you just don't like the way proxy doesn't right because of the bill we should have built the convention center expansion years ago we still can't but doesn't take a tax increase we have a hundred and four million dollar surplus in the hotel tax fund right now every year so don't tell me that the city politicians need more money we know where the money is is that existing money as it was intended girl called well thanks for the update three zero AM seven sixty talking breaking news you know they did something else in the Senate other than what they're doing now which is going by and talking to the clerk content signing yes and I'm here I'm sworn in I solemnly swear to keep my mouth shut during the trial that Donald J. trump with justice Roberts presiding sorry next Tuesday and so that's that's it's even less interesting than watching paint dry but that's what they're doing right now but they did something else that's real important discretion to think about where we are adjacent to Mexico and trade it will tell you about that coming up they have some sixty talk and breaking news you're listening to mark Larson on eighty M. seven sixty talk and breaking news as of two Caltrans works known here is on the south on one sixty three Washington so you might never rightly walk here for a little bit as they do a little bit of work to three works on.

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"mr. borough" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

05:13 min | 8 months ago

"mr. borough" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Pretty pretty leading Dallas. That's a pretty strong Dallas. Green Bay is Gordon Dallas for the Dallas stuff during Baking Green Bay just north of Green Bay just north of Plato let quarterback so everybody got some different right yeah. That's Soda Defense. That will cook stay healthy. They got a running game. They got to reform of the receivers. You Look Seattle. You know what they are both defensively and with the quarterback you look at San Francisco. The quarterback has screwed it up for him. The defence a solid. You Got New Orleans. I got my nephew enough. Said then you move you move into Green Bay. Look at what they got. I mean it's like any of them teams and I forget anybody know everybody's got something that they do really well and everybody's got something that maybe go hand. We'll see whether or not somebody else can take advantage of that. And there's only one code team in this right and that's green bay side all door fro. It'll get wet and cold right. Get a little fake snow. But it ain't no no. Yeah that's pretty wide open. It's about about as wide open as we've seen it in a very very long time. Philip rivers a rough day yesterday against the Vikings here. He is talking about whether or not the end of the line is near. Yeah I mean it could could be. I mean I don't necessarily expect it is or or I don't necessarily think it's crazy. Thought that it will be. I just don't know so. I think you always don't take for granted. I sure hope I have and I don't feel like half over sixteen years but I think this is a unique situation in terms of contract being up it being a bit of a bumpy ear to say the least. You just don't know certainly so I think even more so now these last two Oakland Kansas City Hall just in case this is Philip rivers. Last season is in the NFL. Take it or shake it shake up. He's got more or less. You might be his last season in almost said San Diego but AH charge but it may not be as last season in the NFL. Zor Job for him somewhere outside of La so interesting teams. I it sounds crazy guy like Jon. GRUDEN would sign decided to like Philip Rivers. He would get rid of a David Carr dare car draft a guy inside Philip rivers to to tutor that guy for two two years I can see him doing that. Tutor him in the sense that the kid plays Philip rivers whispers in his ear. Philip rivers plays in a kid watches him interest. It is time to take over. I can see that happen here. KYW COVERAGE GAS NOT. I could see John Doing that though I could. Because what he'll say is the guys always killed me. When I played against him? You know you watch him play on film he was dominant. You know. I'm just telling you what he would do. I'm watch. How did you know that I know I'm done thinking that you got a pretty good read on Johnny boy role that he would try to do that? But it's Philip Rivers GonNa do that rivers is GonNa her she got. You need to flirt to thanks. Joe Borough won the heisman trophy by the largest largest margin in history. Joe Berl the number-one pick in the draft taken. Shake it shake. I don't think Joe Borough be the number one pick in a draft. I think once people really start to break him down and watch his tape in see what he has the work would at. LSU In the delivery of football and all the things that's perfect for him at Lsu his stock will continue. His stock will start to take it because the process is the hype right now then you gotta go through the evaluation processes a number of of head coaches and general managers in the NFL have not seen him play at all and until they start breaking down the field watching him throw live is he'll he'll be the number more pick but the clear cut player. WHO's the number one pick to me? It's chase you and it's not even close to think about. Can I just point out a little bit of media media hypocrisy for a hot second. Please be my guest. Mr Borough gave a very emotional passionate speed. You did which I very much appreciate appreciate it within that speech. He said the poverty that he grew up with. You know how in Ohio that has nothing to do with sports and yet everyone seems to be okay but if they brother goes up and talks about what's going on a his community he's totally shut up and dribble. Hey Man I mean it's pretty blatant right broncos going. Yeah you know we face and police brutality. My neighborhood about men and we're not here for that. He knows what he's facing his community and it's like it was talking about it. They need me send about both. The APOCRYPHA is nothing new giving a check as he dare money's porn in. Did you see you don't donate I guarantee you. The Joe Boroughs the number one pick because it's an Ohio thing. Bengals need a quarterback. They're going to do a chase. Yang is an Ohio. State guy but burroughs from Ohio. You know they're going to do it. You know it and they'll still be sorry well that that's probably very true. Along the way the rams get knocked around and yesterday it is all but officially a rap. Is there any way it happens on the backside that's next..

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"mr. borough" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:55 min | 8 months ago

"mr. borough" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Phone calls after listening to the Paul Finebaum show podcast okay and speaking of famous us In in the Pantheon of finebaum callers. This next guy is right there at the top and That was a great interview. Mr Borough and I'm I know he's a proud father and his son Worked hard this year. And he's well deserving of all the accolades and awards that he's getting. Did you know that the there's a male and a female high school heisman winner. I I didn't know that. Yeah there is and Ironically the male heisman winner is is the son of a friend of mine. He's The the kids from Greenwood Mississippi is named Sunjay. I'm sure Mr Borough Joe and and all the people up there will meet them because there at the ceremonies right now and he's a tennis player exceptional student but how come from Greenwood Mississippi. I don't know the the young lady is but But yeah they're it is green on the Greenwood in the delta it's on the edge of the delta if you just a little north of yeah zoo city on the edge of the Greenwood confused yeah when you drop off the hill you the highway lead you to Greenville. Which is okay? I once went to Aubenas. Which one was that your? That's in between and that's that's in between and that's where Mississippi Valley but I stayed in a stayed in I stayed in Green. Lean Green something they would. Yeah that's right there. Something Itta Bena like the suburb of Greenwood. By the way I I don't mean to jump in your story The first job I covered grambling and I spent the weekend with Eddie Robin and he let me ride the bus and have all access and challenge challenge in our hotel that'd be hanging out with bear. Bryant man has pretty close. He's the legend imagining so he's legendary for sure. But you you know being a villains a hard job all it really is but guess it's gotten so bad guests who has volunteered to be my pr guy. WHO's at Bama Nick on? My goodness offers his services. You know. It's probably time to find a new perspective but but now I'm going to let a lot of people were taking this little too serious they don't really realize how how we are in how the show is and things of that nature and And everything with me anyway. All this is all fun. You know. I really appreciate Larry's Vallon ever yesterday. I wish he hadn't thrown my name there on the apology deal because you do not me on the policy I mean speaking the myself and what he was complaining about when when you hang up on us and things of that nature just like you did me on Wednesday well I. I had that common to to me Wednesday I I deserve that and I knew it was coming. I knew when I made that call. How is GONNA end up? But that was okay. Because you know we we can have fun like that and without that'd be impersonal. and Larry Larry needs to realize that that you're pulling for hill issue really now. That's not really. They're taking it personal when they've got to realize that this is the SEC network and the only team in the playoffs this year is that issue which is at at the SEC obligated to promote LSU. Not that they don't deserve it and you know we've had our time and this this year's not our time we just just need to be patient and and wait till next year and hope next year is our time but It's not personal when you hang up on people and I wish they wouldn't take it that way and there's a lot US chatter on on twitter that you exploit callers and if you'll live last night I said No. He does not export callers. I said when Paul calls you a friend he he means that that you're his friend. Oh he tells everybody that he says you don't hang out with them. You don't have drinks at his house with him and I said no I said I don't I said but I I said you know we don't change Christmas cards. I said but you know when you call into someone over years weekly you develop a relationship and then again. He tried to downplay outweigh that that. You don't really hold on you know when we were together recently There's not anything I wouldn't tell you because I trust you. Well you told me I wouldn't. You mean to say that but you. We had a thirty minute conversation before you go on there and you told me four or five things that you would not have told me if me and you will absolutely not. There's no doubt in my mind and so now if you were killed them right now My career my career ends as not and again. I'm a I haven't said a word I said I talked about one thing I man and he discussed with you and you know about it and and we're all cool with that and that's the only thing I have otherwise. Are you a two weeks ago. When we were in Auburn I had about a forty five minute conversation with? I'm an that was fantastic. I knew he was coming in and and he he and I talked about one of those things and he's the only person I discussed that with 'cause I know you and him are tied to and I know if he if he was with me and knew that they you. I said the same thing that you said to me. Listen I see some of that stuff and by the way I know there's nothing you can do But I you know. I trust the people who really know me. She make that judgment. Yeah because if people think that you really don't care about US collars but you are very compassionate rationed person and is genuine. And I've expressive person again whether they believe it or not a lot of us know that some of some people take it too far like like a leery did yesterday and He needs a you care a lot about Larry. I know that you care about Dan. Larry sometimes being so personal simone as Harvey Updike One said Larry's just two full Obama. Well we all are but you know I just wanted to live this thing in the bud and get this thing of course because again we comparison you hollered at me one time so much you said throw her for like three days afterwards. So you know. This is all all in funding. Like we say we will raise the board and each day is a new day. Yeah and if I was initially LSU people. I'm sorry but family fan and I'm also an An old mis fan because my boys which graduated from Old Miss. And so I'm not gonNA pull for. Well let me put it this way. I'll be cool for the Tigers this year but it'd be clemson tigers but because I don't WanNa pull for division rival arrival But that don't make me a villain per se just makes me a disgruntled Alabama Fan. But I think it'd be hunting for the next couple of weeks and I'm brought up the radar. I'm going to call back in around the play offs. You guys have a happy holiday to respond bombed. Hello thanks for taking my call. Thank you very much great to who have you on rory is in Pennsylvania. Hello Roy Faecal. Thanks for having me. Thank you Tuesday's one is. I think I need Christians number. 'cause I wanNA open up a youtube account and Get on there and I think we're GONNA have our first caller 'cause there's not enough baseball talk they can is Joel. I missed the first. Two jokes here is. Here's my problem album. You know we all went out for Christmas and the Eggnog wearing off can you. Can you hit me again. Yeah I got the idea that it was a joke. I just didn't allow all right. Sorry I missed it anyway. The reason I'm calling just because And I know I'm going to be wrong in this one and I'm sure you're gonNA prove me wrong but I was calling about Jalen hurts. I wanted him an argument as to why he's not getting enough publicity and moves as in. Who's going to finish third in the HEISMAN? I don't know what else you want. Well nearly cost to. I love Jane but nearly cost his team the big twelve championship..

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"mr. borough" Discussed on Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

05:16 min | 9 months ago

"mr. borough" Discussed on Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

"They could always do more they could always have a presence But quite frankly when you know you look at what other teams are doing whether it's the the Knicks in basketball the nets and basketball when you look at what the magic do with the community relations celebrating different cultures and heritage being Out there I mean major league. Baseball has a camp Roberto Clemente State Park the only park in the Bronx and the Yankees are not a part of that. It was a rod in his retirement who had to fund that. Can't that baseball camp. So they'll they do things here and there. They will tell you all of the things that they do. But when you all the the most recognizable and Richard Franchise on the planet. There's always more so you can do. And you should be doing Mr Borough president. I don't know if you caught the name of our podcast. It's called pinstripe lanes and the reason being our namesake is the old ballpark lanes that used to be on river. Avin is now knocked down and in doing some research before speaking with you on the phone. I've obviously seen seen the structure that's been built in its place. I didn't realize though that it's affordable housing which I would imagine any official wants more affordable housing especially here in the New York City the area but for you to have more affordable housing right there on River Avenue steps away from Yankee Stadium. What are your thoughts on that? We were consistent in that. How we plan is with a purpose and for the people so you would think that Next thing Yankee Stadium that you would have luxury housing. A lot of people talked about it. There's going to be the beginning of gentrification and that was not the case we've learned from other boroughs we've learned from other communities in the United States and and As I approach developing the the area around Yankee Stadium. We're GONNA do it where we we're GONNA make sure that people people who live in the Bronx or people who are struggling financially throughout the city of New York who of trying to find quality affordable housing can also do it right right across the street from the richest franchise and the most recognizable stadium. So what I would say. That was just the beginning of the catalyst. The best is yet to come. You're going to see yeah. We move forward with thousands and thousands of affordable housing unit. Right around Yankee Stadium before we wrap up Mr Borough President. You've actually referenced a couple all times and I was going to bring it up. I mean obviously I remember the war of words between you and launch. Ross and Randy Levine. Back in two thousand sixteen obviously is a fan. I was is siding with you and siding with people who wanted stop to continue as a partner with the Yankees and wanted the market to dictate the prices rather than the Yankees. Handke's how much do you think of what we read about. Last week is attributed to that dust up and is there a way to move forward. We're both entities can work together there and we don't have this kind of back and forth or are we past that now. I'm past it. I mean I thought that what trump has said years ago on Stub hub issue was disgusting eighteen. You know. I thought that that's not the way anyone should be. Speaking in. Treating their fans many of us grew up poor and loving the Yankees. I remember growing up as a big Greg. Nettles Fan Playing third base in my literally hoping somebody would try to burn my third base line and point to the stadium with my siblings and my dad. And you know when you look now. How many families Bronx families able to go there? And so what. I thought that that attack and so I was. I was really disappointed and it was a shame. How Randy Levine? And Trust came at me when I was simply pointing out that. What Trust has said that was an inappropriate was offensive and disgusting and that it really hurt Many of the fans. So you you know. I don't know if they're tone with this letter is still stems from that for me. I'm just trying to fight for the people of the Bronx. I'm trying to fight for for the bull that I love and whether they believe it or not. I'm trying to help them. Because the box the people in in in in the corporate preside. They're not the players they gotta realize that people love the players love the team and they think that part of that Love Inc.. You know an affinity for them. They need to do better by the people of the bronze they need to do. Better by the fans so that when it was all said I'm done. We can be proud of the Yankees as a ball team and corporate neighbor the Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz. Junior certainly no off season season at his job. Especially when you've got an HBO doc about the Bronx and breaking ground just today. I'm more affordable housing and you got the joker staircase. I'll tell you you're just dealing with everything on top of everything else. That normally comes across your desk. I love the job in the world other than playing shortstop third base for the New York Mr Borough President. I can't thank you enough again for the time and shutting some light on this issue.

"mr. borough" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

09:28 min | 1 year ago

"mr. borough" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"You don't go to how it university why you and how we camp is the essence of what time is it there this is why they're so it will do and I don't have it but yeah you're paying for right but it's all you will you within the business school you know to get out if he's able to get out of debt free it's just really means a lot because you know swishing swamps you to listen for school is so expensive one thousand dollars a year for Mokena breathless you feel on that and and I don't go to school in Manhattan and it's great and schools great everything but man oh man is that of the work I see your young man working I don't know how to one for the school thing how do they make you thank you I I I I I can't even imagine but Mr borough president you released a video a few days ago called one shot which we will link to our social media Sir this video became viral Tara tells for prompted you to do the video and what you focus on many guys in the department is the focus on a suicide you know we know the numbers of the we we hear a eight nine suicides and in the year and you know often times people will say well you know why was someone commits suicide and it is it is the silent killer is the number nine is really not reflected to have many people thought about it attempted or really they committed suicide everyday they destroy their marriage their their relationship with a family and you know you you ask yourself what is wrong with me when in fact nothing is wrong with you it's it's the system is not built to help you over those hurdles we we we don't give people the internal tools they need to to have self care and that's problematic when we we police in the wood nor the fact that you can't drink wait a problem you know you can't six await a problem you can't of just level with a problem and that's with the video was about it was telling you know guys that are contemplated suicide of going to trauma and of that you have one shot now once I shouldn't be they're bullies you know put a bullet in the gun it may appear as though okay I'm put all this behind me but in fact you're not you know the dealer paid for that matter the people you love all all going to be impacted by that and I wanted to visually show now that you know yes so what on the ball president but Hey when I left that do that agency I lost a good friend rob Venable I had several of members of the Palmer will close to me committed suicide my mentor committed suicide upon retiree and I knew how I accept this a black hole that you're in and this is strange thing you could go to your child's little league game make dinner just laughing joke and then in that split second you thinking about Hey listen I don't want to do this is why I said why did you see it to the degree when you were with the force that you see nowadays the same thing or was we just didn't hear about it back then maybe I don't think we heard about it I think of the blue it was ignored you know police it is on the front of everyone's mind now it was really fascinating is that business it wasn't until I started looking into of you know my hope reversing my diabetes without medicine pray that I've started looking at this this term called big Kerry is trauma we go to these response to traumatic experiences all day every day and we begin to live through the charm of the people we save it and if you don't have an outlet is B. is is is PTSD PTSD Israel is not only was on the phone the streets of Afghanistan it's on the streets of America and if you don't deal with it the body does not know the difference between actually going through a traumatic experience or thinking about a dramatic X. experience of someone struck you with a pipe in hits you in because the lump on your head when I love hills every time you think about it internally you releasing chemicals that adds to your stress yeah as to you from here you have to be very much that it is reversible some of the truck trauma that you're going through and what you're thinking about and the ravages of showing is there but police agencies are not embracing what the sciences say saying how do we both see it is this in New York thing the the the shoe size it happens the police departments all over the country all over the country all over the country highs levels wanted highs levels of divorce highs level of alcoholism highest level of our heart issues the the career is so people is unimaginable would you Cory's like if people believe a we have a suck it up mind set you know you know do you know don't be aware you know so way of you know you got a little stress so what you what you saw there a three year old girl was was beaten and raped by a member of the family so what you see a ninety year old woman who was robin brutally beat in front of her husband in a rage this get up you know but in reality you're not sucking it up you know you you are sucking it in turn and of their doctor dispenser has those are great research of our brain we're able to do some of those we have a brain does consists of something called a neural plasticity meaning it can check change shape and you could we change thoughts about you know the some of the issues that goes with a suicide with other without the counseling and was more than just tell a buddy you're hurt now you know we have to build a system that you could do self maintenance every day and that's without I want to push to please wow do by night and I got I have a great partner I was able to find out find a good friend who's going to rate he's willing to raise money to pay for police officers to get also life coaches because more than was have been on the job is what's happening when you come homes some of these guys in the these the salary of police officers extremely low of and you know how how it making ends meet we want to give them life coaches help them with financial issues of them with was happening in the home with their families you know we're really to start building a strong office then we have a strong city god bless you god bless you this is great working people reach out to you is there a number or a website they can go to yeah they could go to my website you just Google Brooklyn borough president's office my website pops up right right away yeah they could just go on and look at somebody's information some of things that we're doing at a great talk could you make a list on supporters in in my PDA and so would they you begin to cap the euro so level captain is is just awesome and and and it breaks my heart with commission o'neill consists in the very chair you sit in in this to use in this great warriors eyes because of the the the men and women taken the lives you know so true and and and and Jimmy and I we we when the transit police together during the during the early eighties a different city you know it was it was extremely violent we rode along with police the loan we know you're going to train eight at night two four in the morning and you ride in from Coney Island Avenue all the way to Manhattan by yourselves so he'll be in operate all sometimes yeah you can help never come and we'll set something in the police department in the read the police we would do is take down the stairs because it makes a unique style and I was telling people that you were in trouble of many time you and I try to salute three or four people and you're by yourself you hope in the conduct of passage of comes on and help you and that's the type of policing Jimmy knows we got a goal but I gotta ask you because I I I know I don't I can imagine what you walked into as a police officer you know and and when they they have to fire officer Pantaleo and it's tough and hearts go out to the garner family and it's a situation that is just a no win situation what would you take briefly about hello Jim is that the right thing he he was clear that it was because needed to do the right thing on a fire in my opinion he did the right thing by taking days from this all you not find this all because she was being just charged with failure to supervise we have the remember these of a police officer is giving authority that not even the president is allowed to do to take life liberty does did to the American experience is the foundation of out of democracy and when you take life for a petty offense is someone was passively resisted it says we're not a professional we have tools that we use to de escalate situations I don't think that's illegal use those tools there was a better way to handle it and if you take a life you have to send a message to the troops we go to protect you would want to back you but when we take a life of a person of for a minor offence to use and we're not we're not the best police department on the global we all Eric Adams Brooklyn borough president doing a great job there he's a friend man we see we call you Joe Joe please especially with a letter yeah I know that at the Brooklyn they get that right thank you service to the city so thank you very much I could get both the morning at seven fifty do Debbie that they're looking at we are the roads on a about seventy the answer I can morning Joe thank you were going to head over to the seven train overseeing some delays.

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"mr. borough" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"mr. borough" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Of the most famous attempts to stop the growing spread of marijuana in the nineteen thirties, was the movie Reefer madness. You may laugh at it, but we'll see if you're laughing in the long run listen to this. Schoolboys having the local soda fountain in assembly. They. A new and deadly menace. Lurking behind closed doors. The burning weed when its roots in hell. You will be the ease with which his vicious plan can be grown in your neighbors yard. Looking cigarettes hidden in an innocent shoe or watch case. If you want to. You'll meet Bill Bryden a strong will, and he takes first step board slave. Raper. They find a moment's pusher, but at a terrible price. It is too late. Even Hollywood used to put out anti-marijuana propaganda. Here's a clip for the nineteen fifties movie, highschool, confidential showing what happens to a first time user laugh, if you will, and then look at the psychos at Hollywood and tell me if there's no connection between the high dope use and high dopes now in the language the addicts, you lose among themselves. Marijuana is referred to as Mary Jane pot weed or teeth. They never say to each other, let's smoke a marijuana cigarette they say, let's turn on or lex blast the joint commission. Don't you think that your magnifying issue, a marijuana cigarette was found on the floor of one of your classrooms? And another was found in the girls gym. Nets enough to start a big say, infanta below. Hi, Mr. boroughs Stanton miss Williams. Like many of us believes the progressive theory that there is no such thing as bad boy, or girl. Well as a high school, Indiana. I don't know whether they followed your progressive theories or not. They had no problem three years ago. But out of a total enrollment of twelve hundred students two hundred eighty five found to be using marijuana or heroin. And this dreadful condition was only uncovered a horrible accident, one student desperate for money to pay for his habit. So benny's quarters and dimes to kids in elementary school. It was the death of thirteen year old addicted to marijuana and then to heroin, let expose the ugly facts. By that time it was too late for forty one teenagers who are addicted, it can happen here. This is the Savage Nation. I'll be right back. Join those Savage Nation Cole. No eight five five four hundred savage eight five five four hundred seven two eight two savage..

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"mr. borough" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"mr. borough" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"When I came to a head an awful pain in the head. I was in my room in bad Joe, and Mr. borough for a minute, I didn't know what had happened. And then I remembered. My mother. All right, buddy. He's in the hospital. He gave her those sleeping pills to kill a horse. But she's all right now. All right. I guess. All right. It's a good thing. You standing by the knights? Then why he had you trust Turkey going to hang burly must have been crazy. I guess he wanted to get his way before mother will allow. But once you let me do it you'll wanna stop, but I had to pay Joe borough. I really. Could you if you could fool everybody David job at three years, I spent at that guy. He pushed me off the pitch that night. But only a kid I knew it'd be just as against mine. So I ran away. I kept putting off coming home. But I I swore that someday I'd trap them into night. I did because he said he knew why wasn't. But oh when I knew that he thought he'd kill me took one way a chance tonight bed frame, pretty another other. Amfar your mother dead. You strong suicide note euro propped up on the. Suicide note just copy the sentence out of compensation something about Alexander. The great the great listen to this. It is terrible. It is terrible. What all crimes are done for greed and vision. Signed. But you see I was just reading. Why?.

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"mr. borough" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"mr. borough" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

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"mr. borough" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"mr. borough" Discussed on WDRC

"Everything. My mother kissed me. Good night. I went to my room. And it was just like Mr. borough told me, it would be everything seemed to go. All right. So. I am dressed and turned out the light. But before I got into bed. I locked the door. Just in case. Unlike a breakfast, right galling, we know you needed this leap. Yeah. Sure. Mother and I've been winning over old pictures. Except for the and something around the I changed. So that I can hardly recognize look Hugh the last picture before you went away. Frightening the way you there you wouldn't want the boy to be a midget. Shuli taller head the ways. Glad to get rid of me. Found all your school competition from the first raid on here's what you wrote on the Greek. With those. Dia blessing. But I think this was very good for you. You were fourteen when you wrote it marked vs count me. Sotero scribble is a great thing to mother well office Zemi time. Why father I'll do that? Now, how about some hot coffee? Yes. Thanks. But the important discussed with you. It's about my will your he'll will will David was about my money, but he never wanted to touch even to put him in. My will you proud about things like that? And I do have so much more than he ever will. I remember how much money is it. Anyway. About one hundred and fifty thousand dollars your grandfather in those four houses on elm street income from them, I haven't used any. But so I know that. Even though David the will leaving everything to him. Why? Sure that sounds fine to me. But now that you're back. I think the best thing would be to just turn it all over to you. Now. Fund. You could use the income when you start to college and to baby sit yourself up in some kind of and I know it will please. But mother, gee whiz swell. Even don't you. Don't you think you should wait? Wait what donning better? Gosh. I I wouldn't want to do with all that money. I might miss things. The Bank takes care of everything. He has for me. Now, all you have to do with these papers. He. Sign them. I I can't see my hand the bandage. Oh, isn't that? A shame. Yes. I forgot. It'll be alright and a couple of days. So I I can take the bandage off. Somebody's blamed for you. But. Found like old time Joe gonna take me around the town. Well, I have to face the music. Oh, you know. Who's going to be a regular hero? Yeah. But I I don't feel much like a.

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"mr. borough" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:10 min | 1 year ago

"mr. borough" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Love that back in the day. Yep. Well, they've made it into kind of kitsch superhero film along the lines of deadpool. And but a little you know, sort of in that in that vein the guy from Chuck. The Zachary Levi who's also in marvelous Mazel. That when the SARS born is on and you can watch that right on. But anyway, that's that's where this all of this is, you know, kind of come together for us. All right. Are we going to talk to I need to know what we're doing here? I thought we were going to Mr. borough. All right. Okay. Okay. Still doing a hit. I need to interpret. I just need to hear these things. I know that we weren't supposed to be here for today's show, but we are here. Anyway. All right. I don't I don't know. What's going on? Well this afternoon. We should learn more about that DNA from the the teenage boy that was found whether or not he is the missing ROY Timothy Pinson, I think it is such an emotional story. I mean, can you believe this though? So his family has been looking for him for this time for this for the seven years, and you know, imagine how much hope one loses over seven years was went missing a waterpark. Right. Isn't that the story I think was hotel? He he went on a three day trip with his mom to the dells and some other places, but her body was discovered later at a hotel as she was gone, but she left those notes behind stating that her son was safe. But would never be found very cryptic very mysterious. And it's true release for seven years. We don't know if this is him that he has not been found in the father said he he did. Understand it. Because you know, he even though the boy was what six when he went missing he had gone through with them. You know, here's how to call nine one one. Here's how here's your address. Here's information. Here's what you do. And he said, I always felt every day. I would look at my phone thinking that maybe maybe he'd call. Maybe something would happen. We I the one issue with this story is I never got the sense of whether the family felt that he had been taken by other people who would be taken care of him, or if this was a a murder kidnapping or what you know. It's there's there's so many unanswered questions at this point. But what we do know is that this young man apparently now fourteen. Was walking in a days. Right. He look nervous. He was described as standoffish that something wasn't right there. Someone described the at bruises on him. And that he was he just wasn't acting. Right. And that you know, he seemed to really make an impression in that way. To a couple of the witnesses who've been interviews that there's something about this boy. And you know, sure enough he said, I I've I've been kidnapped and he reported it to somebody. And this is how he made his way into the system. He said his name. Who would make that up? Right. How seems seems unlikely that this is not this child, but we'll we'll just have to wait for thirties. But there are details in this that are still the so the gigantic holes. Huge hole. So if he were gone for this period of time, how would he? Who is he with what they know about this. How were they involved in any in any way? And the death of the mother was that what was that rule? She will they think they she had taken her own life Kim is that? It was it was ruled as a suicide. Yes. But now there's so many question there are indeed. Because you think he wrote these letters he'll never be found or he safe don't bother looking for them. These are the notes she laughed. It makes you wonder. Well, what happened? All right. And so so many questions on his DNA tests. Could certainly prove that the biggest question is this him more of this coming your way today as soon as we get any information on this. And then you, and I just stop for a second imagine this imagine the father who seven years ago lost his child right to school that morning mom picked him up. That was the last time. You saw him said I love you, dad. I love you too. And then you think and then know disappeared, and you think you're never gonna see this child again. And now you get phone call. I mean, I just cannot imagine. What that is. Like, I Ryan burrow has just stepped into the studio. And right, we're still awaiting the DNA and this. We don't have an answer. Nothing quite yet. We know that Louisville FBI Cincinnati FBI or a police are down there as well. And we got a note from the rural police early this morning said they didn't have anything new. They were hoping to learn something that this afternoon or early evening, and you know, at that point, hopefully, they'll pass that along to us. Do we have a sense from the family yet is is other remarried would what do we know? They don't know much about the family, actually, and a lot of of what we've been getting from the grandmother who's been here in the in the Aurora area. And she said that they're just kind of waiting by the phone, obviously, you don't want to reconnect this child with someone if it's not him. So I don't wanna get your hopes up in case they have had two or three cases over the last seven eight years where there have been reports of this child. They've got phone calls that maybe we know where he is. And they've obviously not been fruitful. So and you're matching that whole nightmare of that. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, it's it is. It's absolutely astounding. Well, and they need to make sure if indeed this is Timothy that he's safe to. I mean, if there are two guys out there looking for him for any reason, you know, obviously, that's a concern. And why would that be well, I'm just saying that, you know, if he was being held if he was being held for some reason, you know, obviously, they're trying to find who these two men are who Timothy says or who this person who says he's Timothy says he was with they're trying to find these people as well. Hey said he escaped to kidnappers. I believe with his words. That's how it's being reported after thirties. And that he ran across a bridge in that some witnesses said look like he'd been running forever and just look so disturbed so distraught. And I guess identified himself as Timothy used that name. Right, right. He did it. I mean, I couldn't imagine a fourteen year old identifying himself with that name. If he was not aware of that story. It seems very very strange. It's not him. But that would take some research to to know if that's not actually says that case has not been prominent in the media for a while if it out in the media recently kids all over the country heard that name, maybe, you know, right, right? It would take a total. Sort of fantastic ability to create something with this young man, if it were not him right mantis think about what we go into that. But this idea that if this is in fact this kid. That he has been laying in wait to escape and took his up to and you know, we've seen it. We just recently saw this last year, maybe close right of waiting there and waiting and waiting and waiting and waiting and then finally able to get her shot. And in this case, maybe his shot to do it. It's just cannot imagine what's haunting to think of this. Even if this boy isn't Timothy it certainly seems as if he has a bad story to tell I've got kids right now in that age from six to six two four tabby. I couldn't imagine them being in captivity for for eight years. That's insane. All right, more we expecting any minute. Now that we're going to get some sort of notification from authorities down in south east, Ohio. So we'll find out. All right. Thank you very much. Appreciate it. Ryan burrow. Let's check in with Kim. Gordon, coming your way in two minutes. Seven twenty in the late. Seventies disco was king the hottest club in town with a huge line out front studio. Fifty four right. Not at the quarter Hubbard and Dearborn. It was dougans bistro. One of the. Connick gay discos and a piece of Chicago history. The conversation tonight. Seven. He teared up because the baristas screwed up. Your order. You finished a pint of federal ice cream in front of the freezer, you yelled at your desk neighbor, Leslie for breathing too loud. This time don't go buy another box of tampons question. What you thought you knew about periods question. What you buy? 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"mr. borough" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"mr. borough" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"You know i see all sides of the ship you know sometimes i land you know it's funny out here in hollywood people someone was telling me some people think you voted for trump which i didn't i kind of see like i don't know it's it's really a situation to situation decision i mean sometimes you punt sometimes you go for it on fourth down you know depends on where you are in the field that you get you have to look at it that we can't just one hundred percent but going forward every fucking timer where kicking it away every fucking time so i know i'm old school where i respect the fab just happy sir that you're voting that your politically active in your fucking paying attention that's a lot more than i can say for myself so god bless you but as far as all of a sudden becoming republican i don't buy because i'm in show business and that looks like a big fucking that looks like wrestling when all of a sudden halt became the bad guy and then eventually he's gonna shake in the blonde hair we're in the fucking orange and yellow panties again all right girlfriend wants to have sex before marriage trunks i should say dear mr borough sixteen years old still going through high school i have a little problem with my relationship having with this girl i met but here's a little backstory body okay about a year ago one of my friends got a girl pregnant and let's just say during that time my friend went through some hard time knowing he was going to be a father to the point he tried to kill himself but failed.

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"mr. borough" Discussed on Your Mom's House

Your Mom's House

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"mr. borough" Discussed on Your Mom's House

"Jack fucking hairline yeah well and also we guy bill that's that's why you're an extra psycho and ambil deals with his anger on on stage right you've got acts parts of your actor very the punching of the muffins it's very aggressive he deals with his anger create you suppress you push down you push down you doing is you you're you're looking at me on stages of that's why you're you're going to take my wife my wife lives with me i am a fucking lunatic which you express the rage raging comes out creatively at least is what it also comes out in his personal life or you do you angry at home over the dumbest shit yeah the stupidest what what guy to last time i don't rates blind ray i got through red so i don't remember just jump shooter shared remember garage in its locked and i don't had at my cleave scream of course yeah it and when it when israeli houses down they'll hear it can you imagine by the way she has this trade if you think i'm bed what how you would be with mr boro over here so if i dropped my phone i got dammit right like shit hate and goes what happened go go drought drought money many cone area known i will emily because i had so much anger in my house growing up everybody's fucking yelling all the time and i don't like it or why did you pick this lunatic because he doesn't rage as i said it's the supreme he suppresses it yeah and then he'll let it out a one big spurt gold all really pissarro often than hill led it let me have it you have it it takes like a wild let you have to help the dog you poke the dog evoked the dog bite really though i mean you got a bye bye yeah like we would need to see i'm way worse than him i don't want you guys brick earth now hold on ville when you say of course guide dammit right when you forget the keys what's the of course is all that is those e that's the movie trailer that's not the movie of reviewing angry at me this herat's.

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