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Fresh update on "neville" discussed on Consumer Estate Services with host Marty Nevel
"With Marty Nevel for me, and he actually is giving you a little bit of a to do list. What's a helpful to do list for what to do in the fifties to prepare for the sixties? Not the decades, but your decades really you're in your fifties to prepare for when you're in your sixties. Marty would love to talk to you about this specifically about you and some specific strategies. 888519909688519 1996 that about a minute 15 left on the segment. I wantto clothes maybe re titled this Last one You've got here as they shoot. I meant to call that Marty Nevel guy about a year ago and then is Don't be unprepared when your retirement date arrives already have the plan in place. Get in touch with that Marty Neville guy. He's a good guy. Thanks, Dave. Yeah, but, yes, it's true. You know, Planning starts in advance. You know, it's like going on vacation. You don't just show up at the airport and say Which plane should I get out? Right? You have to plan in advance and you could where you're going. Where you're staying. Do you need a car? On the other end? You know all the different things you know that you need to know in the same thing with planning for retirement. It's not something you could just jump into. You definitely have to have a plan and that's what I do. I'm a planner. I put these plans together for you. On DH. Not just again. Not just financially, but emotionally, psychologically, you know, it's a big transition. You know what you're going to do when you retire? You're going to travel. Do you know I have I have clients that they own. Ah, you know boats and they go on. Go on the lake and and they enjoy their summers. You know, like every lot of people are enjoying the summer now. You know the things they're opening up and they're continuing to be open. But you know what you're going to do in retirement. Do you have a hobby? Are you a golfer? Do you garden? Are you going to travel? You have so so having, you know, preparing for that, too. It's not just the finances, but it Sze preparing for everything. A zoo a complete package, making sure all your ducks are in a row. And when that day comes, you're ready and in every way possible you are ready. So my job is to make sure that you're ready and I'm going to do everything in my power. Toe help you prepare for the upcoming date. So let's do it right now. Right now is a really good time to make the call and and take advantage of a great opportunity from Marty. Absolutely for the next 10 listeners who call in 8885199096 Give me a call. We'll put you on the schedule for the next 10 listeners. I'm gonna put these plans together for you and no cost no obligation. The full the guarantee Lifetime income plan, the Social Security maximization report as well as a comprehensive rmd report. I'm going to put these plans together for you. Again. The best part is there's no cost. There's no obligation. I'm out here to twist your arm. You can have the plan whether you become a client of mine or not. I would hope you do become my client. But I'm not going to withhold the plan. Just because you you're haven't decided whether or not to pull the trigger and move forward with my plans. But give me a call at 8885199096 and we'll put these together for you again at no cost. No obligation at one of my local offices. I have offices all throughout the entire area, and I do make house calls. So if you're if you're not wanting to come to the office, I'll be happy to meet you at your home and we'll put the plan together will start the process in the conversation. It's important. I like the way you put that, too. Because in this consultation, we talked about it all the time. And in this case, it's for the next 10 at no cost or obligation. Basically, you're getting the plan now whether or not you and you showed, But whether or not you choose to have Marty with you along the way to help you execute that plan. Well, it's going to be up to you, but it would be a good choice to make. 8885199096888519 90 96. This is for the next 10. This is a true PRACTICAL FINANCIAL REVIEW with Marty Nevel 85199096 No cost or obligation to the next 10 Got one more here, Marty on Financial safari today. What we're going to be doing has always we get some great questions from listeners and we're going to answer those questions when we return, so stay tuned. Hey, Walter, I hear you need the surgery. Who's your doctor? Anyway? Doing it myself found a great YouTube tutorial. And then there's this, Carl, who's your attorney for your court date? You're looking at him all those years watching l.
Report: 17 Miami Marlins Team Members Test Positive For COVID-19
"After 17 players and coaches in the organization recently tested positive for covert 19 corresponded. Clayton Neville has the late major league Baseball says All Marlon's games through Sunday have been postponed meeting the team can't play again until at least Monday of next week. The legal so postponing the Phillies and Yankees home and home series at a precaution. Marlins last game was against Philadelphia. League officials say they continue to bolster protocols and make any necessary adjustment Administration says it will reject new
"neville" Discussed on Cults
"neville" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show
"Framework for happiness was short, concise, but impactful book that I wanNA. Share with you WANNA. Share with you a few things. You can grab from this book that can change everything that can really help you see things differently. The return on investment of this book is incredible number one this book a short book. It's forty four pages. Neville's one of my favorite writers. He's a blogger over a copywriting course, Nev- blog DOT COM. We also did a must read on his other book. That's available Amazon called. This book will teach you how to write better. One of my favorite things about Neville's books in writing in general is that it's to the point. It's no fluff. You really get right into quickly and I really love about this book. It's currently five dollars on kindle. If you order on Amazon, you can order paperback version as well but. But the impact is book can have on your life on your business on everything you do is way more valuable than five dollars or the time it takes to read forty four pages I highly recommend you read this book in one go one shot because its impact is really felt when you read the totality of of the message that he's trying to convey to you and I. WanNa Start with my first. Take away from this book. The first take way you have when you read this book is. Life is short statistically. If you look at a lot of data is a lot of research, you shows you charts showing you. Hey, how old are you now? How much time you have left on this earth on average you know obviously you can learn. Die earlier or later. How many people your age are still around all that kind of stuff now I want to address the elephant in the room that this is not macabre. He's not addressing this issue of death to kind of just make everybody down in the dumps. He's actually empowering us. US With this information, he's actually saying. Hey, having this information is going to help. You have a happier life because now you know what you're dealing with. You know how much time you have to use. The currency of life is time and imagine you're going shopping, and you have no idea how much money you have in your pocket it. What's your budget? You'll know if you should spend a little. You might be conservative because you're afraid. You don't know what's going on, so it's good to know the data. Okay, the second takeaway from. From this book is really reflecting on. How are you spending every day? Every day is your life, so I'm recording this towards the end of my day right? This Day is gone forever. I cannot take this day back. I can't revisit. A can't rewind how I spent. It is really that's it. It's in the history books. I can't take those days back and everyday day has a significance. How old you are! What's your health like right now what you're able to do with your life and your brain and with people around you the? The loved ones and friends around you. You really paints a good picture showing you. Hey, live in the moment, understand that this time is precious understand that time is fleeting and made me really reflect. How am I spending every day at work in my business, which is the bulk of my time every day am I happy. Is this something that I can do improve it? There's nothing I can do to make me feel better about. Is there something I can do to have more of an enjoyable day every day with a smile on? If I don't like something I should stop doing it. It's just not worth it if it's GonNa, make me you know one percent more profit. It's just not worth it because at the end of the day. You don't want to be the richest presenting the graveyard. Hey, so that second takeaway was really heavy. It was really having a good way. Really mean we reflecting made me go on a walk and think about Hey, what? What can I do every day to enjoy life more enjoy my work. I'm not saying I'm going to hang them all up and not do anything and not work and just live on a beach. No, I like what I do I like building businesses. I like helping my team and you know built amazing products, but there are things I. do every day that I do enjoy. I need a cut those out periodically regularly. An audit my life so that I really can look back and say I made use of every day with a smile on my face. Really WHAT YOU WANNA! Do the third takeaway from this book is He really reminds you that you're not living alone in this world, right? There're friends and family around. You loved ones and a lot of us <hes> including me. I'm the first to be guilty of this. Have put all those people on the back burner <hes> for a number of years because I'm so focused on building a great business. Business. I'm not spending as much time with them. As much as I want to. I'm not in touch as much as I, should all that kind of stuff and those people just like you are going to die? They're not gonNA. Be around forever, so are you taking into account? I'm not saying you shouldn't focus on your business to do everything you can I'm just saying that while you're doing. Doing that there's another parade going by which is life, which is everything around business, and if you don't periodically, allow yourself time schedule time to join that parade to join those families and friends on the weekends to do, <hes> you know short breaks and gone vacations with people that you love feudal, make time for it is just not going to happen, and you're going to have regrets and I know. Know, for a fact for myself I have regrets already for the last ten years of some of the people I haven't spent time with that I should have spent more time with I. Look back and asked if I did car vow a day here and or a few hours or phone call would make a huge difference in the businesses outcome, probably not socially of a small handful of people. People that I think are important to me. In my life, the fourth takeaway was probably the biggest one of all,
You're Gonna Die by Neville Medhora
"Framework for happiness was short, concise, but impactful book that I wanNA. Share with you WANNA. Share with you a few things. You can grab from this book that can change everything that can really help you see things differently. The return on investment of this book is incredible number one this book a short book. It's forty four pages. Neville's one of my favorite writers. He's a blogger over a copywriting course, Nev- blog DOT COM. We also did a must read on his other book. That's available Amazon called. This book will teach you how to write better. One of my favorite things about Neville's books in writing in general is that it's to the point. It's no fluff. You really get right into quickly and I really love about this book. It's currently five dollars on kindle. If you order on Amazon, you can order paperback version as well but. But the impact is book can have on your life on your business on everything you do is way more valuable than five dollars or the time it takes to read forty four pages I highly recommend you read this book in one go one shot because its impact is really felt when you read the totality of of the message that he's trying to convey to you and I. WanNa Start with my first. Take away from this book. The first take way you have when you read this book is. Life is short statistically. If you look at a lot of data is a lot of research, you shows you charts showing you. Hey, how old are you now? How much time you have left on this earth on average you know obviously you can learn. Die earlier or later. How many people your age are still around all that kind of stuff now I want to address the elephant in the room that this is not macabre. He's not addressing this issue of death to kind of just make everybody down in the dumps. He's actually empowering us. US With this information, he's actually saying. Hey, having this information is going to help. You have a happier life because now you know what you're dealing with. You know how much time you have to use. The currency of life is time and imagine you're going shopping, and you have no idea how much money you have in your pocket it. What's your budget? You'll know if you should spend a little. You might be conservative because you're afraid. You don't know what's going on, so it's good to know the data. Okay, the second takeaway from. From this book is really reflecting on. How are you spending every day? Every day is your life, so I'm recording this towards the end of my day right? This Day is gone forever. I cannot take this day back. I can't revisit. A can't rewind how I spent. It is really that's it. It's in the history books. I can't take those days back and everyday day has a significance. How old you are! What's your health like right now what you're able to do with your life and your brain and with people around you the? The loved ones and friends around you. You really paints a good picture showing you. Hey, live in the moment, understand that this time is precious understand that time is fleeting and made me really reflect. How am I spending every day at work in my business, which is the bulk of my time every day am I happy. Is this something that I can do improve it? There's nothing I can do to make me feel better about. Is there something I can do to have more of an enjoyable day every day with a smile on? If I don't like something I should stop doing it. It's just not worth it if it's GonNa, make me you know one percent more profit. It's just not worth it because at the end of the day. You don't want to be the richest presenting the graveyard. Hey, so that second takeaway was really heavy. It was really having a good way. Really mean we reflecting made me go on a walk and think about Hey, what? What can I do every day to enjoy life more enjoy my work. I'm not saying I'm going to hang them all up and not do anything and not work and just live on a beach. No, I like what I do I like building businesses. I like helping my team and you know built amazing products, but there are things I. do every day that I do enjoy. I need a cut those out periodically regularly. An audit my life so that I really can look back and say I made use of every day with a smile on my face. Really WHAT YOU WANNA! Do the third takeaway from this book is He really reminds you that you're not living alone in this world, right? There're friends and family around. You loved ones and a lot of us including me. I'm the first to be guilty of this. Have put all those people on the back burner for a number of years because I'm so focused on building a great business. Business. I'm not spending as much time with them. As much as I want to. I'm not in touch as much as I, should all that kind of stuff and those people just like you are going to die? They're not gonNA. Be around forever, so are you taking into account? I'm not saying you shouldn't focus on your business to do everything you can I'm just saying that while you're doing. Doing that there's another parade going by which is life, which is everything around business, and if you don't periodically, allow yourself time schedule time to join that parade to join those families and friends on the weekends to do, you know short breaks and gone vacations with people that you love feudal, make time for it is just not going to happen, and you're going to have regrets and I know. Know, for a fact for myself I have regrets already for the last ten years of some of the people I haven't spent time with that I should have spent more time with I. Look back and asked if I did car vow a day here and or a few hours or phone call would make a huge difference in the businesses outcome, probably not socially of a small handful of people. People that I think are important to me. In my life, the fourth takeaway was probably the biggest one of all,
University Of Cincinnati Trustees Vote To Take Name Off Ballpark
"The university of Cincinnati has voted to remove Margit shots name but the baseball stadium the name of the former owner of the red just coming out immediately from the baseball stadium at the university of Cincinnati board of trustees approving the recommendation made by school president Neville Pinto name or symbol presents a significant detrimental effect on the university we must act in concert to protect and promote our mission and core values Joe says it's crystal clear to him the continued use of Marge Schott's names untenable he has a record of racism and bigotry as at stark odds with the school's commitment to equity inclusion I'm Brian combs newsradio seven
Masks Are Now Required in Dallas County Restaurants
"With hospitalizations also up restaurants are working out the logistics of how to do business with Ellis county and other counties in high population areas that now require masks at appropriate social distancing W. B. A. P.'s Clayton Neville Williams night with the Texas restaurant association says new mask requirements need to be clear to customers we are directing all bars and restaurants that this is something that's expected they need to post on the outside so consumers know and we've already been updating the restaurant promises so they actually have been for all the counties that's required it's very clear the consumer before they come in the door local leaders in Texas can't legally mandate residents to wear masks but they can direct businesses to require them for employees and customers restaurants in the Lone Star state are currently allowed to operate at seventy five percent capacity
"neville" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Our friend Peter Jennings wrote. I enjoyed the dialogue about the wine ambassador from Oregon, and how to properly address same to humble Wilbon namedrop I was thrilled to host a dinner in Tokyo then ambassador Caroline Kennedy when I introduced her to notable business executives. She politely insisted they refer to her simply caroline, when I asked how I might address, or she simply said you should refer to me as Madam Ambassador that is. From Henry Hakeem Law. Little in Vienna Virginia you must tell us more about Uncle Benny I'm just intrigued about his life. As a single guy ended up with the dining room table in the first place I mean who is the guy x y eating with? Except when he invited you over in the relatives? Maybe he had some pets I. Always Smile knowing you and Michael having the podcast there I imagine you're sitting at the head of the table like Sonny Corleone in the Godfather and Michael on the side Michael. Would want to discuss podcast had sales, and you just say like Sunny Michael? We don't discuss business at the table. so on any was married. An AG and they had no children. He was not a single guy. Ultimately Antigen died before he did, and he will the table. To me. This was navigated by my aunt Shirley because everybody else in the family as I said got money and I got a table and I've got the last laugh from Jim Bay in Baldwin's film. New York outside of Syracuse I've listened to a recent shows about the woman who's a wine ambassador. I thought that you would like to know that I. Hold a similar job last summer when I retired from teaching the woman to whom I'm related by marriage. Marriage suggests that I take a part time job. Keep busy and help defray the cost of the extra golf I planned on playing searching through an online job site. I came across and the ad for Bourbon Ambassador and was proudly hired by black button, distilling out of Rochester New York up until the recent closures I've traveled around the area, sharing their fine products with others, and yes, I do have some family and friends who referred to me as Mr Ambassador. From Mark Margarita I'm from East Meadow Long Island. My family owned a chicken delight that in the day I know you're from? The same area brings back good memories. There was a chicken that he thought looked like chicken delight, but that was actually something Michael Made in grade school when we had that up last week. Did you see that in first grade? from Steve Lippo in Lone Tree Colorado I wanted to take a moment to share my second David. Aldridge moment my first David Aldridge moment was when I ran into him in the Denver Nuggets. Locker Room when he was announcing for Turner and I was working as a freelance assistant cameraman. This is two thousand fourteen shortly after he had presciently predicted the injury of Robert Griffin the third, the era of in bridled enthusiasm, over I said but. At least lest I digress as many I felt that I've spent too much time in quarantine, watching TV, but this brings me to a day recently as I was Benji, my way to the television show turn and there he was season one episode five George Washington His Excellency himself played by the friend of the show Ian. Con- I know that guy. I screamed out loud to no one. There's also significant character new show. In that show named Major Edmund Hewlett of the British army. Maybe he is a relative of the namesake of your Alma. Mater immediately, make the connection because you never pronounce the h because it's Hewlett. Supposed to pronounce it from Alex Sankey in Cave Creek Arizona an update to my may I email. It's now June. First in the orioles are still tied for the division lead Jason gives a draft preview from Jimmy. Person Silver Spring My neighbors, a scientist who does core sampling Antarctica. My dog is a French bulldog named Eleanor Rigby who, as twenty five pounds for lunch I had a Kale Caesar Salad from. From sweet green finally the June gloom is what happens in California when the fog rolls in on the coastal cities, and makes everything, Gray and gloom during the month of June, please tell Michael from Peter in Mount Pleasant South Carolina. You bread man in a milkman growing up great sounds like everyone had those the real questions is. Did you have a cheese boy? No I was fortunate enough to avoid that. From Peter, appleby in Del Mar New York you were quite surprised to hear that someone was old. Enough to have had a Milkman in an egg man. Well GRANDPA. Good News for you. A lot of people still have a milk and egg man. I live outside Albany in a suburban town, and we have a dairy about ten miles away. Metabolic forms dairy that delivers wonderful milk in glass bottles and other dairy products every Thursday to my house. I'm not affiliated with. With dairy, but I imagine they would love to be the official upstate New York dairy, the show see it is still nineteen fifty in some parts of the country, not sure what dairies delivering broome county. That's where Binghamton is, but I'm sure there are more than a few any attached to picture milk box in the meadow brook farms dairy, which is very very lovely. Do I have time for one more. That's very long at. Let me check. Yes, you do. This is from Gary Nelson in Goodyear Arizona. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, two are relocated from Washington to Phoenix Arizona. I listened to your show when it was on ESPN and helped me with missing living in DC when you talk about the beltway or Duke, so I would shout I know that place and my wife related to marriage Stephanie would say what are you talking about? I would tell her about your reference to our former home and made me happy. She would say I. Have a problem I need a happy I'm originally from hempstead. Long Island the.
"neville" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"He hasn't played in three years and now all Smith just got signed by Jerry Jones. Go faster and he hasn't played in three years, but then I think they'd be. The case lots different with a quarterback, although I don't know, does it have to be? Is it really Because of the pandemic, because of what's going on right now and no off-season programs I think that's something else. That would be working against them. Because the guy's been out that long, you WANNA be able to have them in your ot as in many camps, and there's not GonNa, be any Oh, TA's or mini camps, and I think training camp might end up being. Really truncated I. I don't know that it's going to be normal. I have a hard time thinking they're actually gonNA play for preseason games I just. I don't know why you really. Would you make no money off them and it's a possibility to You know start sort of having things. Penetrate your bubbles. I Don I don't know that there's a whole lot of risk reward game from playing four preseason games the Jason if if. If Roger. Goodell is ineffective, Commissioner. And I say this anybody who was a commissioner. And, he feels. It's in the League's Best Interest Now to have Colin capital on a team. He will make that happen. Well, he's been trying to make it happen. According to the League for for quite some time so I could someone do it. It's it's possible. It's more possible now than I would have said you know five days ago five weeks ago five months ago, but I don't know that it's probable and we'll see I'll be very interested week. One and this is I. Don't think it's going to be a normal week. One I don't think there's going to be. A great likelihood of fans in the stands, unless maybe they put things back a little bit so i. don't know that you're going to have the normal pomp and circumstance you would week one, but but if it is that it sort of begs the question to me is obviously Roger would be at multiple games that weekend you know. He'd probably be at one game on Sunday. Take probably be you know get the Monday night game one of the Games to yeah, the kickoff game that Thursday would he take? The knee was players so that to me. That's what yeah. that. Let's circle back to Jerry Jones. Jerry. Jones is the most prominent owner might be the most popular, but he's a great businessman and he has publicly said. You can't work for me do this. You just can't. He's the guy that I. Think everyone looks to. You. Know him a little bit. What do you think will happen I? Don't I. Don't know I mean he's proven. He's not above putting himself for the League. And he certainly was taking enrons and various sorta shots at Goodell when get contract was last up and he was trying to rally support, but What the the sort of ugly truth for him was. It didn't really give them anywhere. he as big as he is, he couldn't pull off that. Even really get that close. and. China had his Campbell tweet his legs a little bit at the end there and given where the League is now and and after Roger you know. made his. Second Statement and read. The statement at the players wanted him to make you know I checked with some people, the league I'm like well. This is this obviously is the policy now right like I didn't have a vote about it, and not all the you know, not all the owners got together and confab about it, but there doesn't seem to be the ability to walk. This back cannot be in a position now as a league where you're at anyway trying to punish or and or prevent players from doing the response I got was yeah. You know we didn't look at a couple. Two or three players kneeled all last year. They weren't sanctioned they weren't. They weren't punished in any way and and that will continue to be the the case so I. Think even if Jerry does try to go rogue I think it would backfire on him and I think Jerry got very lucky. The last time around it seemed, he tried to verbal Molotov cocktails into his locker. Because if you recall I believe the SOB stuff came down on the cowboys. We're about to go on a by and nobody. There had kneeled nobody there had even contemplated kneeling or talk publicly about. Hey, we might do this It was something that Jason Garrett I think kind of thought. He had a handle on, and then Jerry just came out and started. Hey I. Forbid you to do this. There will be consequences, and that's not how it happens here. You know he kinda. Went on his diatribe, and then it created a lot of problems for for the players and coaches and and. It almost blew up in his face then I think if if he were to to try to create a separate set of rules for the cowboys I don't know how it would fly sort of. Legally at this point. And at some point in the culture, and what's going on in this country right now and people finding their voice, and and people making statements I have a hard time. Thinking somebody in that locker went to stand up to Jerry Jones and that could get pretty ugly and I think there's other people in that organization who share the last name Jones who are probably some of the few people on the planet. Who could explain that to him? That's exactly how I. Think it's going to happen. I think he's going to be dragged along with everybody else and he's GonNa find out. And, if you're an owner, what you think of privately is is good or bad for business, and it's going to be good for business it is. I'm an point. Like every corporation has put out some sort of statement now. Some Mo- stronger than others. You know some including police brutality. You know the actual words. Police brutality, some not some including black lives matter. But clearly there's a lot of people in. The business community and a lot of people who are involved in massive economies of scale who have decided that the temperature has shifted, and the has shifted, and we better be at least somewhat tiptoeing towards the right side of history, or this were really going to stand out for all the wrong reasons, and.
"neville" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"But is now owner fokkers now pets. I pronounced it wrong since I'm better off saying Castillo because I know how to pronounce that. This is Brandon Castello. This is I will remain. He's a friend of ours. We're very happy for his success. He plays Jason. Lockenfora of CBS sports. And also what is the name of the radio shows? It is at the inside scoop. Is that what what's? It called inside access inside access group. Though yeah, we've got could be ice cream as well, yeah. Sponsorships go in there. Get Saddam, haagen-dazs or something. So I was on Jason show the other day, and it was odd because when I'm introduced and now with the inside access is Tony. Kornheiser looked around because I didn't really have any inside access. But what we teach, something for Jason Show, and you had told me. Not on the air but I. You told me off the air. Told Nigel that you had a story about a young man named Koran Johnson and you should tell this story well, yeah. Maybe there's somebody out there. A little WHO's a big in the government who might be able to help this young guy out? But yeah, it's just kind of an interesting story And I heard it through his agent. Buddy Baker who represents a lot of football players, mostly football players, but some basketball players and Koran play. You Know Big Time College basketball. He's been playing professionally in Europe for quite a while. his brother. Is Kerryon Johnson the running back from the line. And, so he's in Romania and obviously you know all hell's breaking loose with the pandemic in different countries are enacting different sort of rules and regulations about the ability to travel, and who can do what? So? He. He gets stuff you know he. He tries to line up a flight back to the states. His wife is expecting. Their first child as well, but he has a dog. The dogs with him he doesn't. He doesn't have anywhere to put the dog that he feels safe and secure about people are leaving the country. People with the team are leaving the country, so he decides. He's not GonNa jump on that flight that first flight, because he wants to make sure that they're taking care of their dog. And his wife agrees with them like you know. They've had the dog for a while they ll. Everybody loves the dog, so he does secure eventually a like a friend of a friend I think was four or five hours away. eventually. He squares all that away. He's got somebody WHO's GonNa. Stay there with the dog who he trust, and then eventually ship the. Get the proper paperwork, and and the dog back over but now he can't get any flights out and his wife was A. Flight attendant, and so she knows a lot of the sort of means to try to make things happen, and she can't get anything going and he's not getting really any help at all out of the US embassy in Romania So He's basically stuck and he you know there's no direct flights from Romania over here, and he can't get any sort of temporary visa or any help with giddy access to another country somewhere in western Europe, even if he were to try to drive where he could get some of these charter flights in these these few international flights that are taking off from you know Paris or Or London or whatever so right now. He's basically he's basically stuck, and he may be stock for you. Know a while, certainly I think they're six or eight weeks until his wife is expecting And then he threw him. Kinda starting to tell US story, a little bit of turns at a bunch of other American basketball players who are in the same predicament in in different parts. Of the world, and it's a little different in Romania than it is in western Europe right now so anyway I just wanted to kind of get the word out it's. It's kind of a crazy story. Koran was great talking about it. you can hear the interview. You just type in Karachi Johnson, one, zero, five, seven, the fan. It'll give you a link to hear the interview. We talked to them from Romania week ago. great dude, and hopefully you can get a little help from his country and maybe get access to get out of Romania. Can I, ask the obvious question here? which is if there's a bunch of basketball players in this circumstance? Why don't they charter a plane, or can you not do that? Yeah, I don't. That's not from Romania right now. It's not really an option. There are people doing it from some other countries But No country around. There is kind of doing that right now, And and from what the way he was explaining it, and and obviously his wife is talking to all the airlines as well he he he could get to sort of a middle ground area where you could do that that he would be fine, but Right now he doesn't have access. He doesn't have the proper paperwork to be able to get their not because he's sick or anything just because. Basically. No one sort of giving him this temporary visa or giving him a waiver to be able to. Get Out of there into somewhere else where he could then charter back. I remember mania. Romania became a big deal in sports through tennis because ILLIONIS STASI was Romanian and Tiriac was Romanian. and I think didn't. They have a bunch of gymnasts? Definitely? Yes, gymnast woman was not year Coleman each Romanian was not. I believe so I think so. That's so Romania became. It bubbled up in the seventies and eighties and people in the United. States began to know about it but I don't really I mean I don't know anything about it. But. It doesn't signed. Over there years ago, She, she had a terrible situation there with orphanages, so Lauren over and spent a pretty long period of time, just sort of on a service trip When she doesn't talk about it that much to be honest with you because it was, it was griffith yeah. So. We'll get off that now been. Anybody can help out. You know upset I just figured. We spread the word a little bit. People listen. Listen to this show you've got you've got some. Hitters who you know who see? DC based maybe government based so you know just put out there. Let me. Ask You about Football Roger Goodell word for word accepted. All the terms of that are miraculous video I thought. But we just had wilpon on, and we'll bond his very skeptical and I would the obvious questions are. Jerry Jones Jerry. If someone is going to stand in the middle of the road. And say no, it would be Jerry Jones. What are your thoughts about the true commitment of the National Football League? To help in this circumstance to respond to their black players, who have said you've got to do this? It appears that Roger Goodell has taken the first step, but will the second third and fourth steps be thwarted in your opinion. I I don't think so I kind of feel like the players have checkmated the league here now, and the League stance is from that statement. WOULD SEEM TO BE UNWAVERING I. Didn't seem to be a whole lot of middle ground, or or you know Gray, area or ability to equivocate. The words that Roger Goodell said. We're literally the words that. The players said and the players wanted him to say. And the League now as a whole I don't know how it could try to enact any sort of policy other than we support peaceful protests, and taking the knee is clearly what everybody's talking about here and that that is the the very nature of of of the protests that caught the president's ire. You know the first time around three and a half years ago whatever it was And now not much has changed. Things have gotten worse in this country in the same things that Colin Kaepernick. was. You know what started this move. It organically quietly peacefully individually was was him try to. Bring more attention to wards of the state continuing killing. American citizens for the color of the skin in our streets and obviously. That's a big of an issue now as it's ever been, and the League is now being in lockstep with capital without saying his name. And we'll see how they sort of navigate that. They sign him. I I'm still very skeptical that Tony I think that they reached a point now where this dragged out so far that you can start to hide behind football reasons because it's like well..
"neville" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Here sitting six part of my uncle Benny's table. You will hear Chessy. The dog at various points barking at people who go by. Shawn's at his house. Nigel's at his house and we are very grateful. Leon Harris is joining us this morning. Who Anchors Channel Four? and. From liens house, yes, which is better than having to go to the studio? And there's you know there's in essence of there's a lot of questions to ask, but there's one question that I find most interesting and I'm sure you have thought about it. For. Weeks now. How have you felt covering this? How have you felt as you witness what appears to be? The potential for deep social change. And addresses some of the things that you have gone through in your own life. How have you felt watching it? That's a that's a great question. Then, we could talk about that for for an hour and a half, because it's sort of a stream of different emotions and and ideas and thoughts and feelings about where. We're my thoughts and feelings and experiences should influence what what I'm thinking and doing every day, and where I'm supposed to be standing apart from all of that you know the thing is from the very first at the very beginning of this. I'm ashamed to say at the very beginning. I didn't think this is going to be that big of a deal. You know I i. kept thinking well this kind of deals. It's going to be one of these. What these momentary spasms that we've seen this country. Have we been through this? How many times we whether? It's been through trayvon Martin Freddie Gray or Eric Garner. That's right even. Even going stepping outside of of the racial arena, even Sandy Hook we sat and watched twenty skela mentally school. Get kids get gunned down mold down by somebody with what and within three weeks a month or so later. They were back into having the same arguments of the saint conversations that we don't really happen. It's country. This time around it's. It's been different and I didn't see I didn't see it coming. Not until I talked to my my son, my son lives in Seattle and Seattle sort of Seattle is great sort of a cow catcher. You know that that that contraption that's on the front of train. That you start getting in the old days. Ed Hits that makes the first impact they got. Slammed by the Corona Virus I and they would've the lockdown at, but the also happen to be. In a region of the country that is accustomed to protest and they've got. They've got a representation of of of the political spectrum that that bullet marks sees everything. We see here in DC, but believe it or not, and when my son from Seattle was telling me that this is different and this is, this is something that that is radicalizing people, his age in in ways that we're not appreciating thought yes, sure. Would you say that's what we all separately were twenty, five, twenty seven? That's right. But this has had a stained power. and the leadership or the lack of leadership has sort of exposed this in in a way that we've never had happened before in the other spasms. Think about what happened the other the other events. Like trayvon Martin. We had leadership sort of kept a cap on things in this country. in this case we have leadership that is exposing it by by the by either absence. We've got leadership at his bed as depth pulling scabs. and not at at learning how to heal or learning how to apply a sad or bomb to the nation's problems, and that is sort of ood accelerated what? would be my people up. My son's generation or are are fed up with their feeling it. They're fed up with it and they're speaking in ways that they've to social media that we couldn't do before I in in our generation, and it's taken on a life, but I didn't see coming, and I feel bad. I almost the same good myth that publicly, but at the same time and I'm I'm just amazed and proud to be able to sit here and watch it happen because this is something that I know. My grandkids are going to be reading about in their in their history books, so let me let me ask the obvious question and the one that perhaps you struggle with. Because you are a black man in this culture and someone of renown and stature. Do. You want to join this in some way. Do you feel that your job prevents you from joining this in some way or do you say no, it's it's it's. It's not mine at someone. Else's at this point, and do you then resent if someone asks that question? Yes? Yes, no, and Oh. Yes I wish I could. Be Out there but I also understand that my responsibility. You have to be taken seriously as someone who was going to be helping people. Guide their own thinking on it. Yeah, I have to be somewhat objective and I've got to be somewhat removed, and you can't be part of the story if you're going to. Unless you're unless you're forced to be, you know. Did Mike for Instance? If I to be driving down the street rap, and you're going to pick some dinner, and then I get arrested rugby and right now I get a neil mind. Then you know that's a whole different situation, but I can't give you do to sort of you know. Impose myself into a story while I'm trying to tell people. Then that's distracting. That does not allow them to actually formula for their own thinking about it, and but at the same time recognize his history made right in front of me in. You kind of want to see that if this is nineteen, sixty eight to be so hard. To sit there on the sidelines after seeing you know, mark getting shot or or bobby getting shot in have been up and watching my neighbor who get burned down and then.
Joe Biden to Meet With George Floyd’s Family Ahead of Funeral
"Presumptive democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will travel to Houston ahead of funeral services for George Floyd whose death while in police custody has spawned worldwide protests Biden is not expected to attend services in person reports correspondent Clayton Neville former vice president Joe Biden expected to meet privately
BBC Head of Voice and AI Andy Webb Discusses the Custom Voice Assistant Beeb
"That, so you have journalists who are? When you say their staffing this, they're they're. They're basically taking. news content that you have today. This may be designed initially for radio broadcast, or for to read on the web and their distilling it, so it's going to be better for a consumption through. Let's ask smart speaker. neely that was seventy how we saw. now these specifically. Create news stories if directly full so they ended of previous radio programs. In new stories come in, and just as the stories, online Jonas county onto the necessarily with banality, a voice in an interactive voice. gotTA, so it's a parallel. Yeah, yeah, so we staff that. Sort of twenty four by seven. realtime kind of breaking news can be rotated into the newsroom. Jones can created content. Get it up into the briefing as well so the briefing has the ability to dynamically outside so as a regular thing. We updated three times a day anyway like the complete refresh across the whole ray thing, but at any point during the day we want to lead a new story into that raising or intellect autists, the journalists gotomeeting talk to publish into. The the white embracing. Did you have to create? Do content management tools for them to be able to do that? Yes lead it So. There's a lot of publication works like we tried to make sure we could be used as much of that obligation wet though we have the is widely used throughout the triumph BBC, news organization, but there's some bespoke. He says that we have to be able to build on enabled us to. Publish into the the actual news briefing piece itself so there's this framework around the news briefing like mini decency mess. I guess the describe US sitting around news briefing from the. Routines. Got and then you, it sounds like you have tears like you might have the the headline level or the short summary, and then you can ask for more to to get a longer piece. Yes he can. We actually think about the way these lunches as well so the news briefing shelter in the morning a longer in the anything in the morning. People tend to be a of rush. They're trying to of get through this with the night. The opportunities when they actually want to interact interacted slightly less. Antoine had signed lean back music in the evening today when people will have all listen to a deeper analysis of the news goes through a Neville. We actually made a briefing slightly longer in evening have slightly more points, so which contracts so not every story is interactive, but we select the sort of key stories straight where we won't be able to build these deep degenerates with people excludable kids. Okay, so that's real time news and We talked about Alexa which I think is been before the be for example that's been your biggest area, investment and voice Is that correct and then also is? Are these services also available through your many mobile apps? Some some some multi notch. There is work now about. How do we start to bring some of these signals together? A we oversee say the voices gun timing impact, not just into the receipts create they will also impact will be reason getting into it is that it will impact on existing. And if you think about, it's a voice being available as a Madonna Tapie five years ago, we would never designed to services in the way we design lab. To these also says that carry tens of millions of east, So has to be knowledge that allows us to understand. How experienced Haredi working. Less less impactful way before we decided one of the steps to bring it so caught on. My Team's job is not just to essentially build arid face, loading experiences, but to build the platform technology that will almost democratize voice technology stack, and allow for that to be incorporated into our existing
Protests, vandalism reported outside CNN headquarters in Atlanta
"Protests continue nationwide over the in custody death of a black man George Floyd in Minneapolis at this hour protest again erupted outside the White House where officers are holding demonstrators at bay as people are pushing back and chanting correspondent Clayton Neville reports demonstrations in Atlanta turned violent outside CNN headquarters on March from centennial Olympic Park turned destructive when protesters started smashing windows and setting cars on fire Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms with a stern message for residents you are city you are displacing unlike George every other person who has been killed in this
SpaceX launch scrubbed because of bad weather
"About NASA and SpaceX will have to wait two more days before trying to launch astronauts the first crewed spaceflight to take off from the U. S. so really nearly a decade but Neville says bad weather because yesterday's lunch to be scrubbed it was a fifty fifty chance headed into launch that the flight would be scrubbed sixteen minutes before liftoff it was called off astronauts were told they'd have to wait until
U.S. airlines see glimmers of demand, a turning point in the pandemic
"Booking booking show show more more passengers passengers are are scheduling scheduling flights flights on on U. U. S. S. airlines airlines than than in in recent recent weeks weeks let's let's get get this this update update from correspondent Clayton Neville some US airlines beginning to see a slight uptick in demand amid the corona virus pandemic after months of empty airports in grounded planes Southwest Airlines says new bookings are outpacing cancellation so for this month but according to CEO Gary Kelly there's still a long way to go and while I'm confident that no other airline was better prepared for this impact of this crisis in southwest realistically we can't expect that things are going to be back to normal in six or even twelve months no timeline for the economy and turn the airline industry to bounce back we know it took years after nine eleven and this is far worse Kelly telling southwest employees this month that tough decisions are ahead no that we're taking every action possible to protect the southwest family and jobs but remember the imperative here is to ensure our company's survival without that there are no jobs United Airlines also reporting a moderate improvement in demand for June and delta seeing a small rise in demand these travelers say they believe more people will start to fly again as the summer and vacation time arrives and as restrictions across the country are loosened I think at this point people are able to make their decision on what they want to do if you want to stay home I think you should stay home if you want to go out going to go out we know the risks now we'll get back to work sooner than later all over the place it's gonna be a longer lasting negative effects despite the recent uptick in travelers industry leaders say air travel demand is still down more than ninety two percent compared to this month last year I'm plate number
FBI unlocks Pensacola shooter's iPhones, finds link to al-Qaida
"New information obtained from the cell phones of the royal Saudi Air Force trainee who killed three American sailors in a December shooting spree at a U. S. naval base in Florida is providing investigators with critical information about a possible motive correspondent Clayton Neville tells us the cellphone evidence links al Qaeda to the attack Michael Mohammed Saeed al Shirani was taking part in a training program designed to foster links with foreign allies at Naval Air Station Pensacola he was killed by law enforcement during the attack FBI director Christopher Wray said this week cell phone evidence was finally access by FBI agents it led to new developments in the case they successfully tackled the problem that required tenacity eternity and technical expertise earlier this year Attorney General William Barr accused apple of failing to help the F. B. I. access the phones apple denied those allegations but Bora dress the issue again this week if technology companies like apple are willing to oblige the demands of authoritarian regimes they certainly have no excuse for failing to cooperate with the rule of law nations that respect civil liberties and privacy rights and have judicial safeguards the AG went on to stress the importance of cooperation from tech companies when combating threats to our homeland we need American tech leaders to work with us not against us director ray said the information obtained on the shooter's phones was critical information it shows that al Shirani described a desire to learn about flying years ago around the same time he talked about attending the Saudi Air Force Academy in order to carry out what he called a special operation in February an audio recording said to be from al queda claimed responsibility for the attack the FBI now confirming the shooter's ties to the
When will Air travel return to normal
"Hour as we're learning how the airline industry is bracing for what could be its new normal correspondent Clayton Neville tells us the largest global airline organisation has released a report on when air travel could be more up to speed Michael air travel in the US a different ball game than just months ago as the coronavirus keeps Americans at home and on the ground a recent report by the international air transport association says we may not see pre coronavirus traffic in till twenty twenty three consumer confidence in the state of the economy the two biggest factors all it's going to take who knows it could take two years you can private aviation expert Danny Kelly says America is in the midst of the pandemic predictions to bury and there are people out there right now today to tell you that they don't think the traffic will never get back to where it was requires so how long will it take Kelly says the answer is dependent on a lot of factors all our clients because of the barge and maybe over a certain area and you know why it's much easier the card is doing fine driving the car no more content chamber program home the letter back or how about the amount of available planes with all the cancellations happening now how long it is going to take the four thirty one of your planes after the traffic thank you to be that could be yours right there Kelly says some things take longer than the general public as soon sprinters they're going to put it on the ground what you're doing now and then at some point bringing back including here thousand man hours airplanes the I. A. T. A.'s report shows domestic travel in places like the US and China will return first with international travel a year or two after that Michael thank you correspondent Clayton Neville checking in from out major airline hub of
"neville" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
"On big in like the play by play like I'm coming in and I'm trying to start off back I was. I'm trying to be the best player can be about. They had me a corner. I'm GonNA play the best. I can play safety the Best I can. I'm like I'm just trying to be all around like the best person I'm I'm trying to be. One of the best will come to Dallas especially being so close pound. I'll say I got a lot of people in my back already. I have some support so I just don't feel even more And that support a player off the field about the. I'm trying to do community working Tom. I can't whenever fit to my schedule. And then just like. This can't be engaged with the communities that can awesome man. We really appreciate your time. Reggie and hopefully we can get you back on. You know the closer we get the training camp and you start getting in this. He's positional battles and and fighting with some of these receivers. We love to have you back on. I found good. Thanks we appreciate this was Reggie Robinson Cowboys Fourth Round pick out of Tulsa. Thanks so much ready for coming on. We'll see you guys next time. We'll talk in the draft. We WanNA thank Neville in Reggie for coming on That was a lot of fun. Having to cowboys. Draft picks never was drafted in the third round. Reggie Robinson drafted in the Fourth Round. Two players who we think are going to come in and make a big impact on the cowboys defense. This year we had a lot of fun talking to those guys. Hopefully we're going to talk to talk to them again soon in the future when things get back to. Normal Dalton. You're going to ask for get out here man. I A lot of fun. We've been doing big things here. Blogging boys with getting all these interviews. It's not just us. It's the other podcasts. As well so if you are you know a subscriber to blog the boys and you. Kinda just listen to us. Don't I mean obviously listened to us as well? But listen to those other podcasts. Man The really really good. Yeah we got some more things in store to some more players coming on soon. Hopefully so check out our podcast. Check out the girls and the boys check out there so many. There's so many there's so many good podcast on the blog into book. The ocho bruce in the boys. There's so many podcast. Listen to so listen to all those check out. All these interviews. You can't I mean again. It's it's just information that you can't miss out on there. So many cool tidbits at these players gives us that we don't even know why didn't even know before they were drafted. So if you're interested in seeing where these guys are going to line up and what they're gonNA do on defense or offense wherever make sure you check these out because you pick up a lot information and it makes you a smarter fan and that's what we're hoping we're doing here so we want to thank everybody so much for continuing to listen the the numbers that were getting back from some of the some of the numbers that were getting back from the viewership since subscribers is just absolutely tremendous We can't even put into words how thankful for we are for you guys check in this podcast out and all the other podcast out throughout this difficult time so thanks so much for listening. We hope you come back and listen again. We're talking the draft you guys next time.
Dallas - Some businesses defy Texas rules on virus-related closings
"New York Texas will reopen partially for business tomorrow but correspondent Clayton Neville says some of the store owners who've been told to keep their door shot are questioning the governor's logic shopping malls museums and restaurants can open tomorrow in Texas at twenty five percent occupancy but nail salons and barber shops aren't allowed to governor Greg Abbott says that won't come until at least mid may as the state reopens in phases a Dallas salon though is open violating state and local orders Shelley Luther own salon alla moda which opened last Friday and is still open hair cut lines are steady and donations are pouring in but Luther's calling on other businesses even those who legally can't to open their doors to your business I appreciate you spending money but just open your please that's how you help me they can't put us all in jail she says opening some but not all businesses isn't right you cannot shoot this person can open but not you but let me let me see you know you can not do that we all open or they all stay closed this man calls it unconstitutional constitution was set to put a fence around the government not for the government to put a fence around the people and this small business owner says the restrictions are destroying his livelihood you hear the government say we're in it together Greg Abbott says that the president says it well the funny thing is is they still get a paycheck I don't I have worked twenty years hard to bring this to where it should be mass of my business and now I'm losing my business because they're afraid let's open it up a hundred percent in the case of Shelly Luther the city of Dallas has two restraining orders against her salon requiring it to close but she hasn't now a judge will decide what happens
"neville" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
"I think the only pick that that most folks are that some folks were just kind of like not as excited as they were about. Was this last. One of Neville Gallimore because defensive tackles on the Board and Defensive Linemen that were on the board at the time one in particular Jordan Elliott People there are some that would have preferred Jordan Elliott but to me Jordan. Elliott is a guy that was a one year starter who had issues at Texas getting back on the field due to inconsistencies. Went to Mizzou was a one year starter and mop the floor with less competition that he played lesser competition. Now never gallimore played in the Big Twelve. Were most people. Don't even know how to play. Defense Okay Yeah. And he did very well. The production have not been as high as you would want but this is a guy that was going up against much better competition. And he's got more notches on his belt in terms of experience at a guy a guy that can give you some snaps immediately. I WANNA give all shut out 'cause on our own Connor Livesey who's on one of our. Does one of our fellow podcasts. Yeah he put out a draft guide and he and his big bore those interesting thing you know he had. Cd Lamma Six He had he had a a trayvon. Digs at forty on his board. So he was pretty happy with those picks he must be pretty excited about level gala more because he'd had him ranked as the thirty second player on the entire. Yeah Yeah Yeah so little. Little bit is script. There may be something there you know so I been awhile since I've gone. We've got three rounds into the draft. And you really haven't had that pick where you're going like well. Yeah we'll just have to accept that one. These are all three very good. Picks is the best art to the draft that I can remember in a while and I will get I will say my piece and then I will give you the floor for the fine finale before we get out of here. What I want to say is that I looked at this draft the same way as guys like David Hellman and I think Tom you looked at it as well. Is that the cowboys. Made some very very telling decisions this off season. They decided that they are paying Amari Cooper after last year deciding that they were paying tank. They're paying Elliott and they paid the linebacker Jalen. Smith may be a little early. Who Cares about that? They come into this year they decide. They're paying the quarterback they're paying their wide receiver. But they're gonNA have to let some high priced free agents go. They had left their sack leader from last year. Robert Quinn go. They had to let their cornerback. The best one on the roster go. They had to let their slot receiver go. Okay what they did in this draft more than makes up for some of their losses because they got guys. They knew that they had to go in after the twenty nineteen debacle of draft. Where Tristan Hill is your first pick and he gives you almost nothing on the field where you get almost you get nothing from Connor McGovern but there's hope for him this year. You only have one guy that actually produces and he's in a backup role and that is your running back. That's your running back to you. Got In the fourth round. They're like that's your only guy that that that contributed you had to come into this draft after what you've done in the off season you did a great job and defensive tackle. You had to come and produce in this draft and what the cowboys did is. They didn't feel pressure. They didn't feel like we gotta reach. We gotta get this Gaga that which we see teams do that. Every single year writers. They didn't do that. They waited and they they let players come to them and man did they that they hit they hit your is pretty sad when know Tony Pollard? That was the name that you were grasping for having done this long enough I can tell it happens to somebody When that's your best production from an entire draft class that's that's twenty nineteen was not a good draft for the cowboys. I think conor mcgovern may help salvage that. This looks to be just a massive leap ahead and I have to go back to the fact that this says that there is a real Different role for the head. Coach of the Dallas Cowboy drafts game and I think we saw in twenty nineteen back in two thousand eighteen when they took chuck Taco Charleston bed. The coaches were coming in. They were pushing some decisions. I believe that were not initially healthy. Now this is literally you know. We've talked about the mythical blessed player available. They will only seem to be taking the best player available with Seaney lamb. They did that almost purely wide. Receiver was a position of need but it was third or fourth down the list so they jumped on him Then they came in on day to address the defense. They got the secondary they got the line. Bolstered up Got More picks to see what they can scrounge up out there so this is a go ahead Tom. I was GONNA and this is just. You know it's it's a great situation to be as. I said I think even if they really don't get anything tomorrow to ask draft that's what I was thinking if even if they don't do anything tomorrow but go after guys traits Tom. Who cares like they've done so well in the first three they and they did it by remaining. You know diligent patient not losing their control. You can only control what you can control. And that's what the decisions you make not letting others affect you and make you jump up or give up more value in uncertain year to go and grabbed. Is You just kind of let it fall to you that way? I would be remiss if I didn't mention this Tom Today. Marks are hundred and fifty first episode. We've been at this for three years. My friend Gosh three years you've been putting May Yeah Tom Times Fun. When you're having flies or something on those life you're not you're not a man of all the words. I can't even find people's names sometimes but you know we. Do we do a heck of a job and I know from from Utah and I gotta say it to our producer who doesn't get a lot of credit but we gotta give him some here Tim. Our producer three years ago gave us a platform gave us a voice and we ended up joining espy nation podcast network were so thankful for SP nation were so thankful for our podcast like Rj. Oh Tony Casillas Kelsey Charles Megan Murray Connor and Dalton. We Are we are very thankful for.
Protesters in downtown Dallas say they don’t want to be told to stay at home
"Frustration is growing in Texas as the economy continues to be hit hard by the impacts of coronavirus correspondent Clayton Neville reports dozens of protesters gathered outside of the Dallas County commissioners court meeting demanding business re open I have family that they have a small businesses and they're about to close they did not get the SBA loans and it's breaking my heart they have kids I'll believe in freedom I believe in liberty and this is not freedom and liberty their message that the public can make its own decisions regarding staying at home or not where are we at we're in downtown Dallas in the heart of the biggest blue county in this area and all they are is a bunch of tyrants we believe that we can protect the vulnerable interest the healthy the protesters fed up with continued restrictions this is against our civil liberties as this is against the constitution if you think that this is the new normal you're wrong despite push back the commissioners voted to extend the county stay at home order until may fifteenth hours later the state's governor Greg Abbott was asked if the state mandate outweighs the Celtics to the extent of my executive order has statewide application it would overrule any local jurisdiction a determination about their executive order the state's version of a stay at home water runs through the end of the month but Abbott is slowly unveiling a plan to get back to business Dallas County judge clay Jenkins conceded that the county extension wouldn't interfere with the governor's business strategists saver home does not conflict with the loosening of restrictions on businesses which are are being done by the governor that leaving many wondering why the county would extend their order in the first thanks other protests planned for later this week across the
Dallas - Man Arrested For Coughing Into Grapevine Officer’s Face, Said He Had Coronavirus
"Till authorities across the U. S. are sending the message that intentionally spreading the corona virus or even threatening to do so won't be taken lightly correspondent Clayton Neville says what began in their minds as a joke landed several people behind bars police in Tennessee arrested a man after he allegedly intentionally carved on people in a Walmart while yelling he had go V. nineteen he was charged with violating the terrorism hoax act and in North Texas two arrests were made just days apart on a man and woman who separately threatened to spread the virus police in Carrollton outside Dallas say eighteen year old Lorraine I'm already Argo is charged with terroristic threat that's a third degree felony after posting a series of videos on Snapchat claiming she had the virus and would give it to the general public the girl later said the video was an April fools joke but that didn't matter to police meanwhile miles away in the Dallas suburb of grapevine twenty seven year old Jonathan disputants was arrested for allegedly copying into an officer's face and claiming he had coronavirus he's now charged with harassment of a public servant a third degree felony as far as we know he did not have the virus and he says to the officer right after it happened he was laughing and he said that it was a joke he had no symptoms medics did have to check them out and he had no fever no other signs of anything so he was taken to jail and our office to revoke a medically cleared Amanda McNew with the grapevine police department says those kind of threats aren't tolerated and we want to make it clear to everyone this is not something that's funny or a joke and it is something that we will prosecute I still mourning today from law enforcement joking or not threatening to spread the potentially deadly illness can land you in
Death toll in US from coronavirus reaches 3,179
"Passengers from a cruise ship stranded at sea that has at least four dead on board as well as people who've tested positive for the virus are now pleading with officials in Florida to let them disembark but correspondent Clayton Neville reports the governor says his state healthcare resources are already stretched too thin the twelve hundred passengers on board the ship of been confined to their rooms for more than a week as the cruise line looks for a place for the ship to dock given around the Santa says it's too risky to potentially expose Floridians to the passengers we've talked to the Coast Guard the Coast Guard I don't think wants him to come in I socked talked to the White House about it and we don't want to comment the governor proposes the cruise line a range sending medical staff on board the ship opposed to
Chicago - 51 More Cook County Jail Inmates Test Positive for Coronavirus, Total at 89
"Till concerns over corona virus continue to infiltrate American jails but correspondent Clayton Neville says many authorities maintain criminals will not be released early because of the virus jails and prisons across the U. S. reporting an increasing number of conform to cool the nineteen cases studies show that more than two hundred and twenty inmates in over one hundred and thirty jail staff in the country's twenty largest jails have contracted the virus one of the hot spots the cook county jail in Chicago were eighty nine inmates have tested positive with nearly one hundred test still pending cook county sheriff Tom dart says his staff and working to limit the effects of the virus but it's a complicated process we ended visitation
Detroit Car Makers to Temporarily Close U.S. Plants Over Coronavirus
"The virus lamb in the auto industry as well carmakers in Detroit are reportedly shutting down all assembly plants temporarily correspondent Clayton Neville Ford and General Motors closing up shop for now fiat Chrysler reportedly doing the same Ford said its plants will shut down after Thursday evening shifts through March thirtieth well G. M. said it'll begin a quote systematic orderly suspension of production for at least the end of the month operations will be evaluated weekly after that under fifty thousand auto workers could be impacted GM says it's working with the U. A. W. to make sure all employees will be
March Madness Will Go On, but in a Worst Case, Without Mad Fans
"Sports leagues in the United States of course like everybody they are closely monitoring the spread of the corona virus and they're developing emergency plans correspondent Clayton Neville says that some leagues are now considering playing games without having any fans on hand to watch Michael the NBA plans to limit access to locker rooms the only players in a central team personnel no media and teams are reportedly being asked to create a six to eight foot distance between players and reporters during interviews the NHL Major League Baseball and MLS with similar policies this band a little concerned about all the precautions it's kind of crazy especially with the sports teams you know plane there's someone to play their games now without fans which is that's it's not sports but it also sucks at the same time he's right the NBA is considering games without bands present and the N. C. A. A. says its annual postseason March madness basketball tournaments are still on as scheduled but with no spectator games as a worst case scenario division three NCAA basketball tournament games were held in an empty arena over the weekend the sports fan hoping teams don't make any rash decisions I think we just take our own precautions and keep ourselves self quarantine if we need to if we start feeling ill wash your hands just as their prices were supposed to do I mean I I don't give into the fear thing so I think that everybody just aims common does what they're supposed to do I think we'll be all right but this man says it's better safe than sorry it could be a little bit overblown I mean we're taking a serious just because none of us want to be sick we all want to work to be able to support our families the twenty twenty BNP Paribas open tennis tournament in Indian Wells California was called up this week after a case of corona virus was confirmed in riverside county riverside health officer Dr Cameron Kaiser says many factors go into a decision like that it's possible for life to still go on under a public health emergency declaration and some of them is that a lower risk may still be able to take laced with appropriate precautions for attendees and the venue overseas Thursday's torch lighting ceremony for this summer's Tokyo Olympics will be the first in more than thirty five years to be held without
"neville" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Mostly three women Harry proctor of the Daily Mail remarked rarely have women been so strangely fascinated by a murder trial the forensic evidence for for both murders was plentiful additionally none of nevels friends or family would testify on his behalf in the end nevels efforts to conceal Seila. What he'd done suggested that he knew exactly what he was doing? The jury found Neville Sane and guilty he was sentenced to death by hanging on October sixteenth nineteen forty six a crowd of over three thousand people mostly women and gathered outside the Pentonville prison. Some were protesting others or gloating Neville had dressed up for the occasion he keyword new grey striped suit as he was solemnly led to his death just before his hanging never was offered a customary drink of whiskey typical of Neville. He said to have nodded and said while you're about it sir you might make it a double at nine. AM on October Ober Sixteenth nineteen forty six at the age of twenty nine. Neville Heath was hung to death at Pentonville prison. It took seven seconds. Neville Heath had been a man of contradiction. He was a handsome charming and at times romantic war hero yet he was incurably dissatisfied with himself is insecurity and greed twisted him into a monster guilty of unimaginably atrocious acts killers like Neville lurk where we least expect and beg us to question who we can trust. Thanks again for tuning into serial killers. We'll be back Monday. Okay with a new episode. You can find more episodes of serial killers and all other parkas originals for free on spotify not only does spotify already. You have all your favorite music but now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy all your favorite podcast originals like serial killers for free from your phone. Ask top OR SMART Speaker to stream serial killers on spotify. 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Oh mythical monsters for free on spotify and anywhere you listen to podcasts or visit podcast dot com slash mythical monsters to listen please note the story you're about to hear is not a direct account at the saga of IRV are odd or ero odd. The first I surviving written account of the Kraken we've combined several accounts of the crackle over history to bring it to the center of this dramatic retelling and truly emphasize the havoc and chaos such a great monster can wreak when aero odd. I met his son. The boy immediately called him a coward and small. All all of odds men were puny. He could not possibly imagine how this torp could be. His father odd had to admit that his son on Vig near only ten years old was already a behemoth and would be a terrible force on the battlefield still odd had little patience for disrespect less so for a child. He started to list his accomplishments. He was odd who went went to permeate who fooled the laps who defeated giants whose name was feared from Norway to Greece who had matched swords with Augmon toxic who murdered that devil spawns demon mother who would pursue him to the end of the nine worlds. If only he knew where that fiend was at the mention of augment odd son seemed to shrink three sizes ISAS and the force with which he trembled shook the very sand beneath their feet. He hung his head and said almost inaudibly audibly. I would not chase that beast. You know where he is. Then odd asked You you would be walking into the jaws of death. vig nears voice carried no sense of threat only concern. I would pursue him to hell itself. Vig near acquiesced and made his way to the boat. I will show you the way father he said they sailed across the water with a determined purpose purpose and the force of odds lucky winds propelling their sales but then the winds died and the clouds cleared there before them was a great island. Vig near shook his head. I do not like the look look of it father but the men needed arrest so odd directed one of the ships to dock as soon as they on boarded the island sunk taking the men with it Vig near turn to assure his father that he should have listened but there was no time for us he did all large-scale limb erupted with a vengeance from the ocean..
"neville" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Sight. Marjorie was clearly not asleep. Large angry bruises covered the left side of her face and she was very still the police soon arrived on the scene led by Deputy Commander Reginald spooner with the Scotland Yard there. They grimly observed the atrocity. Neville Neville Heath had committed Marjorie is legs had been bound with a handkerchief lash marks and shall cuts from a whip covered her body she had had suffered additional injuries to her chest and it was clear she had been sexually assaulted. Even after all the abuse she had received it seems that the true caused her death with suffocation Marjorie was found in the bed closest to the door with her head deliberately tilted to the side but the bed closest assist. The window appeared to be where she'd been killed. It's sheets were soaked in blood. Neville had washed her face and posed your body to make it. It looked like she was sleeping. This was done in an effort to buy himself time to flee as quickly as he could. Despite his efforts to aid his own escape he it already signed the hotels address book and the police quickly identified him as the killer Scotland Yard detectives went to Neville's parents place to Z. of Neville had gone home to hide but he was not there and his parents knew nothing of his whereabouts police were left without any leads and they feared Neville would soon find a way out of the country in a desperate attempt to locate him as quickly as possible investigators released a written description of Neville to the press press rather than calling him a suspect outright Neville was referred to as a person who would assist with their inquiries both Neville Heath and his alias James Robert Cadogan Armstrong were listed in the description. The hunt for the lady killer had begun in a moment we'll track Neville on the Lam as he runs from London and claims his second victim the H. One's true crime. 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I'm really excited to tell you about a new fascinating eating park cast original called mythical monsters it tells the stories of dragons sea serpents giants demons and other terrifying creatures these are the monsters that must be slain by any great hero and myths but these monsters are merely adversaries their reflection of the darkest fears man once it's had and every Monday mythical monsters tells the stories of these beasts than asks what they represent a mankind you can follow mythical Michael Monsters for free on spotify and anywhere you listen to podcasts or visit parkas dot com slash mythical monsters to listen now and if you hang around after the end of the show you can hear an exclusive preview of the first episode Mythical Monsters Real Nightmares now back to the story on June Twenty First Nineteen Forty six twenty nine year old Neville Heath absconded from London after his savage murder of thirty two year old margery Gardner at the Pembridge Court Hotel Scotland Yard put out his description of the London papers which claimed he was simply wanted for questioning in an attempt to skirt the London authorities. Neville fled to the seaside city of worthing to see his new fiancee Yvonne he checked into the Ocean Hotel and met Yvonne and the town centre she noticed Neville seemed unusually worried about the evening papers that had just arrived from London. He had purchased two of them when she questioned him about his antsy demeanor. He mentioned that a woman was murdered at the Pembridge. Yvonne was alarmed. They just stay there the week before on their second date eight but refused to say anything else he breezed over it and hurried off the remaining her parents at a golf club and he wanted to to make a good first impression. He was to be part of their family. After all Yvonne's parents loved Neville and her father happily gave Neville Neville his blessing for their union. The couple departed from the golf club after lunch that evening. Yvonne Neville Reunited for dinner well into the meal. Yvonne finally prodded Neville into telling her more about the murder. At the pembridge accounts differ slightly on the story he told her but the the gist of his narrative was that he'd lent his room to a friend so the man could spend the night with a sex worker he went on to say a police inspector had called him the following doing day as the room was in his name he then met the inspector at the hotel to answer a few questions that morning there he was shown and the crime scene. He described it in detail to his fiancee. Stating Inspector Barrett said that a poker had been stuck up in her that it was the poker ochre that killed her. I'm not so sure I think it's more likely that she'd been suffocated. It's possible that Neville took pleasure and informing the innocent Yvonne about these horrors that he committed in an article about the influx of crimes being posted on Social Media Pamela Rutledge the director of the Media Nia Psychology Research Center remarked that oftentimes criminals are looking for a reaction the human reaction to something disturbing can elicit a feeling of of power in the perpetrator in nevels case. He created a story where he was able to describe the atrocities. He'd inflicted the night before therefore or he was able to get a reaction from Yvonne without actually having to admit fault unaware that the man sitting across from her was describing his own own brutality. Yvonne bought his story. She was certain that her fiancee's only mistake was trusting someone else with his room key at that some point on the twenty-first never had sent the London police a letter of explanation about his involvement. It arrived on June twenty second nineteen forty-six the day after the murder was discovered his account of what happened in the letter differed slightly from what he'd told Yvonne. He claimed again that Marjorie was a sex worker and that he'd lent his key to her so she could spend the night with a client never return to the room at three. Am as he and Marjorie had agreed need but she was already dead. In the letter he also gave a description of the client she take into his room. Then he audaciously offered offered to mail the weapons she had been beaten with he made sure to say you will find my fingerprints on it but you should also find others as well. He never sent the weapon. The police weren't as easily convinced by Nevels lies as Yvonne had been but she'd soon have the wool pulled from her is in the newspaper naming Neville as a person of interest and featuring his description reached worthing on June twenty third Yvonne and her parents woke to find enter new fiancee's of real name and description plastered across the front page. Yvonne immediately called Neville in a panic. Neville calmly calmly assured her he was going to Scotland Yard right away to clear everything up. Surely it was a misunderstanding has already spoken to an inspector but he'd be sure to call her when he got back to London instead. Neville once again ran shortly after his flight. The manager recognized just his description in the papers and called the police police arrived. I never long gone but they searched his sweet and found that in his haste.
"neville" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Hi. I'm Greg Olsen. This is serial killers a podcast original every every Monday we dive into the minds and madness of serial killers. I'm here with my co host Vanessa Richardson Hi everyone you can find episodes of serial. Oh killers and all other park has originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream serial killers for free on spotify just open open the APP and type serial killers in the search bar in this episode will way deep into the horrific murders committed by Neville heath known throughout Britain as the lady killer at par cast. Were grateful for you our listeners you allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network and if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help us to leave a five star review wherever you're listening. It really does help today. We're discussing Neville Heath an English World War Two pilot who became well known for a horrifically killing two women in Nineteen forty-six and attempting to assault and kill more even before the murders never was notorious Torius for his good looks and charm which he frequently employed to come on his unsuspecting victims last week we covered nevels childhood good and his lifelong yearning for an upper class lifestyle but by the time he was twenty nine in one thousand nine hundred forty six a series of failures had plunged him into the massive depression. This week will follow Neville as he reaches his breaking point and progresses from petty criminal to murderer in Nineteen forty-six. Neville heats life was in ruins his appetite for luxury. We had gotten him in trouble with the law. After he developed a habit of stealing from and impersonating the British elite his penchant for fraud and theft left tim divorced alone and jobless his attempts at getting a commercial pilot's license had failed because of his criminal record in early June June he was grounded for good he drank heavily and occasionally blacked out the only other thing he put any effort into was conning beautiful beautiful women on June Fifteenth Neville was doing exactly this when he met Twenty One year old Yvonne Simmons at a service Reunion the union dance in London. Yvonne lived with her family in the seaside English town of worthing about two hours south of London. Neville introduced himself says Jimmy a Lieutenant Colonel But evonne sensed no deception she was immediately taken with his handsome man who claimed to be a war hero and eagerly agreed to a date never took Yvonne to the Panama Club an exclusive members only restaurant this choice of venue thoroughly thoroughly impressed Yvonne and never could tell she was trusting enough to be an ideal mark after a few drinks. He boldly insisted that evonne sleep with him. Yvonne was a virgin and politely declined. Neville didn't press the issue instead. He asked for a second date. The two went out the very very next day and this time Neville proposed marriage arguing that since the war had just ended they as survivors of those terrible years should surely seize the day swept off her feet. Yvonne Shyly agreed and Neville once again suggested they sleep together. Neville most likely had no intention of marrying Yvonne. He'd been known to propose to women. He courted to get them into bed quickly and his ploy worked again here here he took Yvonne to the Pembridge Court Hotel and signed them in as a married couple he then let her upstairs to room for afterwards awards. Neville asked Yvonne to stay a few more days but she demurred. She needed to get back to her parents house. In worthing she returned home on a high hi eager to tell her family about her charming new fiancee. Jimmy never called her a few days later on Thursday June twentieth nineteen forty six fix to check in as normal fiancee might despite the fact that Neville likely didn't plan on ever seeing Yvonne again. He continued playing in his role as the doting fiancee to perfection he was an experienced compartmentalize. Her Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please note Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for the show. Thanks Greg according to psychologist. Dr Richard Nicastro compartmentalization is designed to keep secret and non-secret worlds separate Britt from one another it can be used to protect unsavory actions or thoughts from interfering with how one views themselves for Neville despite the darkness lurking within him he still identified as a charming upper class hero but this self-deception isn't sustainable the compartmentalize untilization can only act contrary to their self perception for so long eventually the walls they've built begin to crumble by late June. One of Nineteen forty-six never was perhaps reaching his limit only a few days after leaving von Nevels walls it came fully crashing down on June twentieth never went out drinking with a friend Leslie Terry at the Trevor Arms Pub in the London neighborhood of Knightsbridge that night he noticed a woman alone at the bar named Margery Gardner thirty two year old margery Gardner was a talented artist and actress well known around the Chelsea Drinking Sane. She had a young daughter and was recently separated from her husband. Never later said Marjorie was only a casual azules acquaintance in the last two or three weeks. I had seen her several times in the NAG's head. Sometimes I saw her to at clubs. I belong to Marjorie recognize recognize Neville at the Trevor Arms but knew him by the name Jimmy Heath but to made eye contact never went over to chat her up he introduce Sturdy Terry who left the two alone soon after Terry would later estimate that by the time he left Neville had already had about twenty four reports of beer over the course of several hours. The number may have been an exaggeration but regardless. Neville was extremely inebriated like with Yvonne Neville used his entry to the Ritzy Panama Club to impress Marjorie while they're they ran into Marjorie ex boyfriend who had a twenty something something nurse on his arm rattled and Jealous Marjorie was determined to have a more enjoyable night that her ex Neville and Marjorie left the club after midnight good night after some debate. Neville convinced an extremely inebriated Marjorie to go back to a hotel with him and called a cab herald harder. A taxi driver picked Neville and Marjorie up from the Panama Club and ten minutes later delivered them to the Pembridge Court Hotel Herald. Herald noted that the couple was extremely drunk so much so that Marjorie didn't seem aware of what was going on he watched them both stumble into the hotel on-drove off there was no night porter on duty but Neville still signed the registry he wrote Lieutenant and Colonel Heath and signed Marjorie and as Mrs Heath. It's possible that using his real last name suggests Neville had no intention of committing a crime crime if he had he might have made more of an effort to conceal his identity regardless never lead Marjorie upstairs to room number four most same two bedroom suite that he had taken Yvonne's virginity in only a few days before according to the book handsome Brute Neville alleged t shut off the light for for the night and then blacked out he came to in the early hours of the morning he was on the floor confused to see the light had been turned back on his confusion turn to shock when he saw margery lying dead on the bed closest to the window looking down Neville saw he he was covered in blood. This description suggests Neville fits the criteria of a disorganized killer this type of classification was created did by the FBI to help profile serial killers disorganized kills are often spontaneous opportunistic enacted out under the influence a disorganized killer might also flee to avoid capture and sometimes won't remember committing a crime whether or not he meant to kill Margerie devil understood the severity of what he'd done in a daze he hurriedly packed and left the Pembridge Court hotel on scene he immediately fled London and headed for Brighton an English city about an hour train ride away. He arrived later that morning on June twenty first nineteen forty-six once in in Brighton Neville called Yvonne ever the attended fiancee. He told her he wanted to come to worthing to meet her parents. It was only thirty minutes from brighten so he'd be there shortly. Meanwhile back at the Pembridge the hotels made Rotas spooner was sent to room for at nine ten. Am to check on the heat's as far as the PEMBRIDGE staff is concerned. No one had come down for breakfast or checked out. There was no answer when wrote I knocked so she hesitantly opened the unlocked door. A woman lay under the covers of the bed closest to the door while the second bed it was unoccupied road asked if she'd be down for breakfast but there was no answer assuming the woman was still asleep. Rhoda left after a few more attempts to clean the room. The assistant manager Alice was alerted around two. PM Allah censured the room a little more boldly. She drew back the curtains and pushed the sheets away from arteries face in an attempt to rouse her but she was greeted with a horrifying.
"neville" Discussed on Serial Killers
"With women even when the other soldiers asked him to calm down. Neville yelled profanities and spoke disrespectfully to superior officers to change was so pronounced Captain Williams Spirit Fielding Johnson the commanding officer noticed a change in personality whenever never would drink he worried that the stresses of the job auber getting to Neville he decided to ride in nobles bomber during a mission to observe his demeanor while fielding Johnson Supervised Neville successfully successfully completed the mission but on their return trip the plane was hit twice beneath the fuselage by an anti-aircraft gun while others. There's panicked. Neville stayed calm and attempted to maneuver them out of trouble. Despite his cool head the engine burst into flames. This plane claim was going down. Never immediately ordered his comrades to bail out but before Neville could jump to safety himself. He saw a crew member named Sylvester investor having trouble with his parachute. Neville hastened to help him. Neville fumbled with Sylvester's parachute and finally got it straight. He then pushed pushed his comrade from the rapidly plunging aircraft before he himself jumped out. The plane crashed to the ground moments. Later nevels is quick thinking and mastery of the plane had saved so that's just life it also turned novel into a hero already given to narcissism this embolden. I've never even further nevels. Drinking and horrid behavior escalated after this he was spiraling after his plane went down down. He was given two weeks survivors leave. It was then that he first reported experiencing blackouts. It's clear that there was some lingering mental trauma trauma from the crash in one instance. He awoke in the middle of the night only to realize he was standing up frantically trying to put out an imaginary. Mary fire the blackouts Nerb Neville at first but he soon dismiss them as temporary he was never one to dwell on the negative never would rather focus don having fun with his wife back in South Africa but men trying to woo as many women as possible by this time he had developed a specific ethic maneuver in which he would pick up women. Take them out for an impressive night on the town and propose to them. One such girl was Zito Williams the daughter of an insurance inspector during his two weeks of leave never met Zita at a dance he introduced himself to her as Jimmy Duggan after telling knowing her that he was in the middle of a tragic divorce he begged her to marry him. At the time it was seen as immoral to have sex outside of marriage but but with the promise of marriage in play never knew he could convince even well behaved young women to give in to his pressures after never enacted all his usual tricks. Zita agreed to sleep with him afterward. She returned home blissful about her engagement. Neville had made good use of the a two week leave he received after the bomber crash but now it was ending and he started to experience a severe amount of pain at at the end of November Neville was sent to the Rif Hospital in Brussels. The determining cause of pain was sinus trouble and ear blockage. He was transferred back to a London hospital in December and granted twelve more days of leave but it's also suggested he was having a larger psychological problem him his mentor. Mr Scott remarked. I think I'm correct in suggesting that in the Rif sinus inflammation after considerable flying was frequently frequently found to be the outward symptoms of neurotic state consequent on the strain of flying duties to Mr Scott. This physical trauma was merely evidence in some greater mental problem. Neville may have had were never was finally discharged from the hospital he was informed by both the SAF and the Rif that he need not return. It's possible they no longer wanted him due to illness but it was also clear that despite nevels heroism fielding Johnson at his comrades had severe doubts about his mental state having been effectively discharge from the Military Neville abandoned his new fiancee and return into his family in South Africa. He was certain that he could easily slip back into the happiness that he'd once had but as fiancee's Zita had a problem she was pregnant with Neville abroad. She was uncertain of what to do. She wrote Neville to tell him of the news but as responding letter encourage Z. to get an abortion as he admitted he would not be divorcing his wife after all Zina's father was furious and and tried to press charges against Neville for false promises aimed at seducing his daughter unfortunately for him. Neville was long gone he he escaped one scorned woman but was headed directly for another when he went back to South Africa. He found out that his wife Elizabeth wanted wanted a divorce. She had hardly heard from Neville since he had been gone. His letters had been erratic and Elizabeth had no idea if she would ever see him again. Despite despite his bizarre and selfish behavior the divorce blindsided novel he wrote I was absolutely shattered as we'd been extremely happy but but she was adamant shattered seems like an understatement never had been drinking heavily when he went to Elizabeth one night begging her to rethink the divorce source but amid his please. He suddenly felt his head. Go Height then. He pulled out a gun. Elizabeth's blood must have turned in cold at her wild husband threatening her life but then Neville inexplicably collapsed before he inflicted any harm he woke up a half hour later and claimed he had no memory of the incident. Elizabeth was adamant that Neville's heavy drinking was responsible for his violence islands and increasingly erratic behavior yet. The protests of his estranged wife did little to slow down. Uh he spent the following months roaming around South Africa defrauding hotels stealing and further increasing his debts finally in September Timber One thousand nine hundred forty five. He was arrested with a stack of crimes against him. He was once again in deep trouble. The rivers family in a desperate attempt to finally rid their lives of this scoundrel paid his bail money and his debts in return they asked for nevels release of claims was to his son Robert and that he grant a divorce to Elizabeth Twenty eight-year-old Neville agreed to both and the divorce was processed in October Tober of nineteen forty-five however new charges of fraud and theft continued to pile up and he was eventually deported from South Africa Arca by now. The war was over Britain was severely damaged but the English were ready to move forward and begin their lives new. Oh Neville Heath on the other hand returned home overwhelmed and embarrassed as usual he dealt with a shame by drinking heavily and bouncing checks prison psychiatrist. James Gilligan noted a commonality in the prisoners. He studied many murders and a large amount of violent. It acts were born out of a secret shame it circles itself in an endless loop of being ashamed and then being angry at feeling said shame and and so on Neville must have felt this acute sense of shame but he made one last attempt to turn his life around he borrowed some money from his father and enrolled enrolled in a course to attain a commercial pilot's license. He studied tirelessly for the examinations so much so that his mother bessie became concerned about the pressure. It seemed to put on her darling son even so he still found time to woo women one of these was Jill. Jill Harris Neville took her on a few dates wearing a highly decorated. SAF uniform but the events surrounding their final encounter are unclear unclear. We do know they spent a night of heavy drinking together then after Jill refused to go up to nevels hotel room. He walked her home through a park. Her statement on what happened was classified but it's implied. Some type of assault occurred despite nevels occasional violence. It's also went out with women who claimed he was charming. But these moments of good behaviour slowly became less frequent soon. It was cleared. Nettle etel was on the verge of a total breakdown. He passed his commercial pilot's exam but his past record of deserting the Rif disqualified him from receiving a license never had perhaps for the first time put his head down and really worked for something and yet he was unable to achieve cheapest goals. Neville couldn't admit this defeat to his parents and instead told them that he had passed this left. Neville all alone in his his rage his lies and secrets effectively isolated him from anyone who could help him then one night while drinking at the city club he met a young woman named Yvonne Simon's Yvonne would soon be considered the luckiest woman in Britain she would be the last to make it through the night with Neville Heath alive.
"neville" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Due to the graphic nature of this killer's crimes listener discretion is advised this episode includes discussions of murder and sexual assault that that some people may find offensive we advise extreme caution for children under thirteen. A woman opens her eyes slowly head throbbing defined yourself naked in a hotel room as her eyes adjust to the dim lighting being her pulse quickens a naked man standing over her. He's young and handsome the man she went out with last night but he looks different. There's a smile on his face but his eyes radiate a chilling fury. He slowly raises a blue handkerchief kerchief. The woman quickly glances over to the door just a few feet away. She makes a dash for it but the man is on her her. He binds her wrists tightly behind her with the handkerchief and pushes her onto the bed. She stares at him paralyzed as he climbs was on top of her his hands circle her neck. Finally words ripped from her throat. Stop Stop for God's sake stop up but the man silences her with a vicious punch to the face. She's knocked unconscious. This woman was pauline breeze and that cry for help saves her life. Hotel staff rushed into the room alarmed by the racket there. They were a horrified at what they saw. The man a debonair war pilot stood naked with a whip in his hand as he leered over a bound and unconscious unconscious pauline none of them knew it at the time but pauline had just escaped one of the most brutal killers Britain has ever known hi. I'm Greg Paulson. This is serial killers apar- cast original every Monday we dive into the minds and madness of serial killers others. I'm here with my co host Vanessa Richardson Hi everyone you can find episodes of serial killers and all other podcast originals for free on spotify by or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream serial killers for free on spotify just open the APP and type serial killers in the search bar at podcast. Were grateful for you our listeners you allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and and twitter at podcast network and if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening. It really does US help today. We're going to dive into the brutal murders committed by Neville Heath better sown as the lady killer never was responsible for the grisly murders of two young women in England during nineteen forty six at attempted declaim the lives of even more this week will cover nevels early life and his progression from petty criminal to con artist will track Krakow early. Criminal tendencies led to violence has mounting mistakes prevented him from achieving the life of luxury he desired next week. We'll dive into the murders. Themselves will explore the confusion. The British people felt when they learned that a handsome charming war pilot was capable of such atrocious acts. Neville Heath was born Ilford England on June six nine thousand nine hundred seventeen as Neville George George Cleveland Heath his parents Bessie and million heath where respectable middle-class people his father owned a barber shop and his mother was a homemaker. You're never came from a loving home with parents that doted on him but he was born. During an uncertain time in Europe in one thousand nine hundred seventeen eighteen world war one was still a year away from ending and Britain was dreamed the Brits initial positively about their nation's involvement in the war had changed after conscription had been enacted the previous year World War One was also the first time that Britain experienced air raids this this left the country exhausted from constant fear of attacks from above though unconfirmed the heath's claimed that Neville was born during one of these air raids aides though Neville may have entered this world in the midst of violence. His parents did their best to ensure. He had a happy home and a happy home home. It was never was a beautiful child he had golden curls shocking Blue Eyes Chubby pristine cheeks and a darling smile mile. He was the apple of his family's. I by nineteen twenty. They added to their little family unit. With the birth of Carroll. William clearly heath never loved having brother but Carol sadly died of tuberculosis at age to his death devastated six-year-old Neville before Carol Past Neville had been a happy pampered boy he had no experience with loss and therefore must have been torn apart after his brother's death. He was once again an only child Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode. Please note wrote. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for this show. Thanks Greg the late Chicago. Psychotherapist Jerry Rothman found that after experiencing a child's death there's a tendency for parents to become extremely overprotective towards surviving children and this forces those children to deal with their parents trauma in addition to their own. This can create a repression of the surviving child's feelings. These feelings can eventually be reawakened as adults when placed under severe stress the certainly rings true for Bessie and William who coddled Neville even more extremely after Carol's death. Even as a precious little boy he was already starting to exhibit criminal behavior never would steal steal cakes and other cheap items from local stores and then hide them in his room. Though he was scolded he was never severely punished. Many parents go easy on their children but this early leniency might have taught Neville just how much he could get away with bessie thought the things he stole were odd. God as they were never expensive items or things that he needed. She would say confused. There was no need to steal as he always had plenty at home. It should be noted that when nevels misdeeds were discovered his first instinct was to run away. This suggests an impulsiveness at the time of committing meeting his crimes a cooling off period would follow where he would workout what had happened before coming forward with an excuse and apology but Neville didn't stay privileged only child forever in nineteen twenty eight. The family had another son Michael. Whom they fondly called Mick Neville now eleven was elated. It seemed that he would finally get that brotherly bond that he had been robbed of years earlier. Unfortunately the for Neville he would soon be separated from his new brother. His parents saved up enough money to send Neville to the all boys Grammar School Rutledge located in a London suburb. He was sent away from home to get an education the year after his brother was born. Rutledge wasn't quite as fancy as the country's. He's more prestigious private schools but it was nevertheless something that Bessie and William had to stretch themselves thin to afford grammar schools in those days were heavily. We attended by middle class. Children with private schools reserved for the rich. Even today Britain's struggles with the lack of upward social mobility caused by the presence presence of private schools they remain relics of high status unreachable for those who are not born with money never would constantly yearn for that upper social tear throughout his life. Despite rutledge is solid reputation. His schooling proved to be an area of intense disappointment for him to Neville Rutledge was the JV team and he felt that he deserved to be on Varsity despite his discontent Neville excelled socially socially and athletically in his new environment he enamored teachers and the headmaster with his affable demeanor charm he was made a prefect which which put him into a leadership role it also gave him power. He likely should not have had at the time prefix were in charge of delegating canings. Tainting is a form of corporal punishment but involves a specific amount of hits or lashes with a cane or stick. The number of hits is dependent on the infraction his role of prefect put fourteen year old Neville in control of who might receive punishment and how severe it was Neville's parents had spoiled rather than punished him so the canings and corporal punishment that were common at rutledge were notable. They were likely Glee nevels first experience with violence as a reaction to wrongdoing in a series of studies conducted by Columbia University researcher Elizabeth Thompson Gurshkov found that the only benefit that could be derived from corporal punishment was immediate compliance but it's also strongly associated with encouraging future direct physical abuse and antisocial behavior antisocial behavior is characterized by person's inability to care about what's right and wrong as well as a tendency to ignore the feelings of others not only was never learning that violent punishment brought about immediate results salts but those punishments were also potentially having a lasting impact on the way he developed during his time at Rutledge nevels family moved to a large property and Wimbledon once they're bessie rented out their spare rooms for extra money. Returning from school breaks to a large home allowed to be ten d came from a family of high status but to maintain the illusion he had to cover up the fact that his mother was a landlady nevels obsession session with hiding his background grew even further due to rutledge his curriculum. The new headmaster Edward Varnish wanted to model the syllabus to compete with Britain's more prestigious schools aspiration was encouraged in students in particular rutledge was very specific about teaching their boys to speak proper standard English and to learn the mannerisms of the elite as Neville's desire for wealth and status grew. He began to embrace the tools he he had his disposal. It was nineteen thirty-three and Neville was fifteen by now. Nibble was well aware of his attractiveness and adopted a charming coming lighthearted demeanor but always seemed to get him out of trouble for example at a classmate's party.
"neville" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast
"From real vision with another full audio version of an interview that we released as video on real vision for subscribers. No this conversation brian reynolds sits down with <hes> our reporter tyler neville note brian reynolds may not be a household household name but we had him on because he is the expert in pension liabilities and how these pension funds are trying to generate the returns they need especially when pensions themselves are unfunded or underfunded and so brian is the former chief market arcus strategies rosenblatt securities. These guys sat down in late march in new hampshire. We <hes> brought a whole film crew up to new hampshire and <hes> it was it was a good time. Yeah i think they filmed in a library not really relevant here for the audio version but what is relevant is that even though this <hes> conversation happened a few months ago the kind of talk about what what pensions mean for certain dynamics in the market so it's actually really useful framework it and a free. You don't normally get you. These pension funds don't. I don't like to talk about what they're doing especially when they're having trouble generating returns so it's a really useful view into a huge part of market pension funds are gigantic and we really. I don't know what's inside them until now he said. Try not to sound cheesy so please enjoy this full conversation. Tyler naval sits down with former chief market strategist it just rosenblatt securities brian reynolds.
"neville" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"Screaming Neville, hot Neville, it two thousand eleven would the last time we did a press tower. And I was I was sent alone to Toronto and obscene. They went. They went mud for. It was mad. Yeah. It was good. It was like a bail for heck a day if you could pick a different character to plan, Harry Potter who would it be. Or is there a character? You personally relate to more not really never was what I related to the most looking at you'll here. I can think she treated character. I it's on that. But I I really liked lupin festive lupin David thewlis carrot so. Yeah. So if you're older you would play. Yeah. Yeah. Rob you had a couple. Yeah. What what did you think of the fantastic beasts movies haven't seen them? But I did I say. I'm eddie. Superb like, my friend. Shirley rudolph. I've talked about he loves that movie. He was a very nice chap. Rachel wants to know. Do you think being in Harry Potter, stalled your career and anyways? I mean, that's silly question. It's a stupid question. I lobby the FOX I understand what all your career career. I I understand what she's answer that for you. I mean, I wouldn't be sitting on my out here in Hollywood hills. China Michael Rosenbaum, if I hadn't been movie, I mean, not made my that made me put me on the map, and I was able to do a super blockbuster the movies. And then I've worked for Warner Brothers a couple of times since then, and they wouldn't have known who the hell I was if I don't know are you living in Los Angeles now. Yeah. Temporarily temporary for how long your home always being leads. No, I moved away from latoya in London in London. Yeah. We'll see here for a few months. We'll see how it goes under his American. So will say she likes sunshine, which we don't get a whole of inland in the she ever say, I don't know. You just said you all the time slowdown constantly. I remember in the car up to lease. He was driving right? After went to the Harry Potter set in. What will does it again wolf Wofford wolf? See I couldn't even spell what you're saying. W F O. Right. He he said we're listening to a song. I go who who is that? He goes up to monkeys. What the fuck? What would you say? Yeah. Yeah. I go who this is what before anybody knew who the Arctic monkeys were. And you kept saying over and over and I'm like slow down. I could see him getting pissed. I kept asking you Wants lay. to lay hold instantly. That's on in my car right now. Advan we go go see a man I'd love to tour in this year. How about Depeche mode and Anaheim, and you go to that. Goes tickets, especially as old school. Now, you rob you don't like to push him on this. This has been a real treat. I mean, I could talk to you for hours because it's just easy. If he feels like it is fun today. Yeah. I was like that. We're at time. Yeah. I mean, we're way out of time. This is going to have to be cut down. You know, what's this shit? Now. This is great Matthew David Lewis. This has been a I mean, this is is very exciting. I know you're a busy guy. And I'm excited to see what you're gonna do in the future in a lot. You have a ton of fans. And thank you for allowing me to be inside. If you nice moments, a pleasure to have you. As usual..
"neville" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"An art director in the nineteen eighties Brody worked for fetish records and for the face which revolutionized art direction for magazines. The interview took place in January twenty eighteen in Atlanta during an AI conference. Here's Debbie millman. Live with Neville Brody. After you were at fetish new then went to the face and that work has been credited with revolutionizing the way in which designers and readers approach graphics. Did you start there thinking, okay, I am now going to change everything. Okay. So I was working on the face at the same time. Okay. And a number of other things? I'd set up my own studio, right? So after racking, rushing, you never work for anybody against for for you. Go five for being late being late just coming late. She'd Milas told officially not firing you for being late every single day. We're firing, you know, the polish ising for. Wow, that's a kid surely shoe. Wow. So they wanted you to be remorseful? Yes, you can be laid, but just grow Ville. Oh my God. What if you of the world, those court revealing for me, you know how with industry work then that wasn't for me clearly. So then one of the settlement studio and met Nick, Logan, whose publisher the face magazine. And when he was doing smash hits. He'd said, there's no way he was implying me for that. Why? Because it was a highly commercialized thing and it was formula driven. You wouldn't have wanted to do that. Would you have a cash. And then when he wants to face, he contacted me on me and gave me a couple of spreads to do experimentally realized that I could potentially bring something that he couldn't do. And then we collaborated then for for years. And what gave me was the opportunity with fetish and with the face is to experiments on a big canvas. And the beauty beauty from Zine design is that you can attempt something. And then next month you can attempt something different and is kind of a narrative Vive Lucien and experimentation, where you'll linking some parts of what you did to the next stage of experimentation. So allowed me to to build a not story because when told about storytelling. It was like a live lab of experimentation and how rare and how brilliant and opportunity is. And the fact that the face was an independent publication. Fetish records was an independent publisher out of a small one bedroom apartments in Victoria. These platforms a critical. The problem now is less platforms. Do you think that it's created an opportunity for the remaining platforms to either become better and more necessary, or do you think they become so diluted in commercialize that there's no point anymore going to come back to the most social media publishing is become. Utility, it's like a trinity over the phone or water or and people using it like a utility. It has the same function in the south. There's cultural base or basis, and it's not about culture. And so. What working on the face then I wish allow me to think about was how do you create systems out of a way of thinking. And the fact that we were doing something new. Every issue in itself became a system in a way of responding until such a point to five or six years that people were expecting us to do something new every issue, and then it became a pattern. So I left and I looked at our previous interview from two thousand and seven. And in that interview, you stated that you felt that that work was a failure. What was the fairly because people didn't look to what was producing that thinking at work, the requirement. Satisfied, just looking at we superficial results of you actually said that you thought it was one of your biggest failures. Do you still feel that way? Interesting. If you listen to John Lydon's later interviews, he says, punk was the biggest mistake that ever happened. Why? Because what happened was sent me was the face magazine advertising agencies quite quickly festival challenged by what was happening because they didn't get it didn't fit in. And then they understood that this was way of learning a language which would give them access so whole new market. So they took that language and very quickly replaced it in the marketplace. And took out of the danger in the threaten risk and the challenge and the unpredictability made it a predictable language in order to sell products..
"neville" Discussed on Binge Mode
"Quote there are all kinds of courage said dumbledore smiling it takes a great deal of bravery to stand up to our enemies but just as much to stand up to our friends i therefore award ten points to mr neville longbottom and this is this is a beautiful moment first of all dumbledore is line here about devil needing to find the courage to stand up to his friends and that being yes as hard standing our enemies we know now rings personally true for dumbledore given what it took for him to stand up to griswald and then of course there is just the crucial truth at the heart of what dumbledore saying here there are all kinds of courage and this is a great lesson for the characters in the story and for readers everywhere nobody can tell you what your courage looks like you get to find it within you whatever form it may take you know the stone was really not such a wonderful thing except for the everlasting life and bridges pretty good that it wasn't really that great so chill with the foam oh as much money in life as you can want listen not great the two things most human beings would choose above all the trouble is humans do have an act of choosing precisely those things that are worse for them so tell us about the thing that's worse for them tossed the visibility cloak over our heads and lead us into the restricted section to teach us what we'd need to know that nikki flames.