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Buttigieg to Airlines: Be Prepared for a Busy Summer Travel Season

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Buttigieg to Airlines: Be Prepared for a Busy Summer Travel Season

"Airlines council more than 1500 flights in the U.S. on Thursday one of the worst days yet for travel as the peak summer vacation season heats up AP correspondent Norman hall reports On the same day that airline CEOs held a virtual meeting with transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg airlines council more than 1500 flights in the U.S. According to the tracking service flight aware more than one third of all flights were scrubbed at New York Laguardia and more than one fourth of lights were dropped at nearby Newark liberty The meeting came on the hills of about 2800 flight cancellations around the Memorial Day holiday weekend and just ahead of July 4th the airlines were asked about their summer

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Hopeful Billboard-Hopeful Intro and Wrap

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

Hopeful Billboard-Hopeful Intro and Wrap

"An artist is offering a hopeful outlook with the new Billboard drivers along McCarter highway in Newark New Jersey are welcomed by a sign with the word hopeful it was designed by artist Charlie Hewitt the word hopeful has a special meaning for him a sense of loss alienation form has to be part of the others and I feel like I was being pushed off into my corner of the design of the word hopeful has a nineteen fifties by route sixty six this kind of idea when we're driving down the road people inviting us into their restaurants other playgrounds are taxing us with lights and arrows and flamingo issue it says the response to hopeful is overwhelming people just drove by covering up home we just need to see the message one day now the that's what they bring up themselves to that message opal can be seen on billboards elsewhere around the northeast I'm a Donahue

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Families despair over post-holiday return to remote learning

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 6 months ago

Families despair over post-holiday return to remote learning

"A a growing growing number number of of school school districts districts are are moving moving classes classes online online as as co co bad bad surges surges most most school school districts districts appear appear to to be be returning returning to to in in person person learning learning but but other other large large school school systems systems including including those those in in Newark Newark New New Jersey Jersey Milwaukee Milwaukee and and Cleveland Cleveland have have gone gone back back to to remote remote learning learning as as infections infections skyrocket skyrocket and and sideline sideline staff staff members members dozens dozens of of smaller smaller districts districts have have followed followed including including many many around around Detroit Detroit Chicago Chicago and and Washington Washington president president Biden Biden who who campaigned campaigned on on a a promise promise to to re re open open classrooms classrooms is is pressing pressing schools schools to to remain remain open open with with vaccines vaccines and and regular regular virus virus testing testing his his administration administration has has said said there's there's no no reason reason to to keep keep schools schools closed closed but but in in some some districts districts testing testing supplies supplies are are scarce scarce and and many many districts districts have have low low vaccination vaccination rates rates I'm I'm Rita Rita folate folate

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Thousands of flights canceled, delayed at start of workweek

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 6 months ago

Thousands of flights canceled, delayed at start of workweek

"A a winter winter storm storm that that hit hit Monday Monday added added to to covert covert related related airline airline staff staff shortages shortages to to push push flight flight cancellations cancellations to to our our holiday holiday season season high high creating creating more more frustration frustration for for travelers travelers trying trying to to get get home home and and already already early early this this morning morning there there were were more more than than nine nine hundred hundred U. U. S. S. flight flight cancellations cancellations and and more more than than three three hundred hundred delays delays according according to to the the tracking tracking website website FlightAware FlightAware JetBlue JetBlue canceling canceling ten ten percent percent of of its its flights flights southwest southwest five five percent percent Reagan Reagan national national Newark Newark liberty liberty in in Seattle Seattle Tacoma Tacoma lead lead the the way way for for airports airports with with the the most most cancellations cancellations this this morning morning yesterday yesterday there there were were more more than than three three thousand thousand U. U. S. S. flight flight cancellations cancellations and and eight eight thousand thousand delays delays as as a a winter winter storm storm dumped dumped several several inches inches of of snow snow in in the the DC DC area area I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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Schools adapt for return from break as COVID-19 cases surge

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 6 months ago

Schools adapt for return from break as COVID-19 cases surge

"Schools schools across across the the country country are are adapting adapting in in different different ways ways for for return return from from the the holiday holiday break break as as Kobe Kobe cases cases surge surge New New York York state state is is providing providing millions millions of of at at home home test test kits kits to to schools schools for for students students to to take take home home governor governor Kathy Kathy Hodel Hodel said said on on Friday Friday the the statewide statewide tests tests to to stay stay program program is is meant meant to to keep keep kids kids in in school school after after class class may may test test positive positive kids kids need need to to go go back back we we said said this this for for so so many many reasons reasons why why it's it's just just not not an an option option to to keep keep our our children children home home after after what what they they had had to to go go through through last last time time the the CDC CDC has has endorsed endorsed test test to to stay stay another another school school districts districts across across the the country country are are adopting adopting the the program program along along with with making making masks masks in in class class again again mandatory mandatory with with some some like like DC DC even even making making vaccines vaccines mandatory mandatory starting starting in in March March but but other other school school systems systems like like Atlanta Atlanta and and Newark Newark are are switching switching to to remote remote learning learning while while the the search search continues continues I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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US Homeland Security agents to test use of body cameras

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

US Homeland Security agents to test use of body cameras

"The the U. U. S. S. immigration immigration and and customs customs enforcement enforcement agency agency says says dozens dozens of of agents agents will will wear wear body body cameras cameras for for the the first first time time as as part part of of a a six six month month pilot pilot project project ice ice officials officials say say members members of of swat swat like like teams teams who who work work for for a a component component of of ice ice known known as as homeland homeland security security investigations investigations will will use use body body cams cams in in Houston Houston Newark Newark New New Jersey Jersey and and New New York York during during the the test test the the teams teams make make arrests arrests and and execute execute search search warrants warrants in in trans trans national national federal federal cases cases involving involving such such crimes crimes as as drug drug and and human human trafficking trafficking and and fraud fraud ice ice plans plans to to expand expand the the pilot pilot to to include include the the officers officers who who carry carry out out immigration immigration enforcement enforcement I'm I'm shortly shortly after after

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Grandparents await hugs, spouses reunite as US borders open

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 8 months ago

Grandparents await hugs, spouses reunite as US borders open

"U. S. borders are again open to foreign travelers with emotional reunions marking the day after nearly two years of pandemic related shutdowns from Frankfort where Stella Godwin was waiting for a flight to New York I am so excited to San Francisco fantastic Australian Nick Lincoln and all other travelers reveled in again visiting the U. S. for him it's a business but in Newark New Jersey I'm not jolly debate flew from India to see her boyfriend for the first time in months while in San Diego because he is gonna move here Octavio offerings came from Mexico to visit his mother in law for the first time in two years at the Canadian border Steven Nabil love just having the freedom to drive across it feels nice to going to be returning to normal Sager make ani Washington

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Latest James Bond Film Lags Behind Predecessors

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 9 months ago

Latest James Bond Film Lags Behind Predecessors

"The final film with Daniel Craig as James bond's leads the box office for the weekend I marquees are loaded with the latest is he came Alex No time to die grossed fifty six million dollars this past weekend according to studio estimates putting it in the first place spot the film was released only to theaters not streaming it had been delayed more than eighteen months because of the pandemic number two this week is venom let there be carnage followed by the Adams family to Shanxi and the legend of the ten rings is in fourth and the many saints of Newark in fifth

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"newark" Discussed on The Nix

The Nix

03:54 min | 9 months ago

"newark" Discussed on The Nix

"Also vincent dafa is uber. Sleaze jerry falwell and jerry. Jones face blind alert. I had no idea that which. I don't understand because they didn't even really have any makeup on the woman. They put. Maybe a wig on there. They might have just curly hair. Don't understand how you didn't know that was jerry jones completely confused. Y'all still had jerry jones's voice. The worst thing is that we started the movie. And i saw her name in the credits went. Oh she's interesting. I like her and then proceeded to not her through like i. I am swirl gobsmacked by as point directed by a comedy known quantity michael showalter who has done stuff stuff including what how american summer and they believe the state bunch of stuff. What did you think this movie. It's a true stories or we're just going to not even worry about. We don't worry too much about spoilers. I thought this movie was about a half hour too long. At least maybe forty minutes too long should it performances by everybody across the board. Where really good jessica. Chastain was unbelievably good and like she got lost in that character and she's not always my favorites who i was. I was impressed with her. Which made andrew garfield sort pale in comparison in his late weird. I think i put kleenex in my mouth. Jolly thing word. Yeah so but it was fine. It was good in the performances. I really wanted to get to its point. I'm that's what i'm gonna say. We'll get a little bit deeper into it as we go. What did you think. I enjoyed watching it. Just as much as they thought. I would watching the preview. That's superfan. it's it's like if you've seen the documentary. Forget what year that was made. The eyes of tammy faye when. I'm so crazy. Compelling i get why they thought that would be an oscar beatty vanity project and there's also there's a certain level which yes that's what this is right and just adjusting. I'm a hundred percent there with you. Like i've always sort of admired her but felt this kind of distance and never really connected with her. She's so good at that. She's so funny and warm and really does seem to be really trying to understand what. The appeal of this woman was and complications. Were i mean. It's clearly the best performance she's ever given the is timofey. Documentary was two thousand thousand. Okay and i. I mean i saw it but it's like i don't feel like i learned single other thing about them from this movie i don't think and i'm not sure. This movie has a point other than like. Wouldn't it be cool if our buddies just did this. Yeah and i think that's ultimately where my problem landed. Was i think the tammy faye bakker was probably not a very smart woman which i feel bad saying but She seems like she was a kind woman and a well meaning woman and had a hard start in life and overcame that and but because she was just sort of wide and and sort of naive the world kind of took advantage of her which. This movie doesn't really explain how that happened. And the way it could do that would be to tell it from jim's point of view which then stops it being about the the woman's story so i understand why they kind of do that but then i didn't understand the point because you can watch the documentary which had which will tell you the whole story and chastain was great but again you're then you're just sort of sitting with her going..

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The Big Screen (MM #3849)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

The Big Screen (MM #3849)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason as everyone tries to get back to the way life used to be pre-pandemic, I've noticed a recent trend when it comes to movie advertising. And I don't know if you've seen it because it's pretty subtle. But as they talk about some of the movies that are available both on an app or on your cable box, and available in the theater at the same time, you'll always see an ad talking about you need to see this on the big screen because the movie companies want you to go back to the movie theater. They want you to watch it in the big screen because more people make money that way. I really noticed it over the weekend as my wife and I watched the many saints of Newark on our HBO Max app. Now of course we could have gone to the theater, but in all honesty, neither of us are still ready to go back to the theater, because I don't necessarily trust all the folks around me in Tennessee to wear a mask and do the right thing. So while I could have seen it on the big screen, it may have been cooler. I enjoyed it just as well in my 70 inch television set. And I know it's not quite the same thing as on a big screen movie, but it's kind of funny how we're trying to get people to go back to the theater when many of us aren't quite ready yet. I feel bad for the movie studios, but not that bad.

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The Big Screen (MM #3849)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

The Big Screen (MM #3849)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason as everyone tries to get back to the way life used to be pre-pandemic, I've noticed a recent trend when it comes to movie advertising. And I don't know if you've seen it because it's pretty subtle. But as they talk about some of the movies that are available both on an app or on your cable box, and available in the theater at the same time, you'll always see an ad talking about you need to see this on the big screen because the movie companies want you to go back to the movie theater. They want you to watch it in the big screen because more people make money that way. I really noticed it over the weekend as my wife and I watched the many saints of Newark on our HBO Max app. Now of course we could have gone to the theater, but in all honesty, neither of us are still ready to go back to the theater, because I don't necessarily trust all the folks around me in Tennessee to wear a mask and do the right thing. So while I could have seen it on the big screen, it may have been cooler. I enjoyed it just as well in my 70 inch television set. And I know it's not quite the same thing as on a big screen movie, but it's kind of funny how we're trying to get people to go back to the theater when many of us aren't quite ready yet. I feel bad for the movie studios, but not that bad.

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"newark" Discussed on Cut To Black: A Sopranos Sitdown

Cut To Black: A Sopranos Sitdown

02:49 min | 9 months ago

"newark" Discussed on Cut To Black: A Sopranos Sitdown

"I said as i said he spends the first half of the film just looking at stuff he does a little stuff for sure but like as a kid. He's looking at stuff he's he's aj taking shit in and then at the end he also just looks at his father figure dead. Do a thing about it so just would've liked to put more well and also reminds me. Those one thing i wanted to bring up is that we have that scene. Where dicky saying how he wants a son so bad. But i like that then when he has a son like we. There's no scenes of him being like a father or anything like that like it. He doesn't change or do anything different. I have a kid now. I did think it was weird that he brings up. My wife can't have a kid. I thought they are setting up some sort of weird twists. Where like is google. Ma like christopher's mother wasn't his mother. Some bullshit like that I'm glad they didn't just all of a sudden he just has a son But you know he doesn't care he didn't really want son he just wanted to say you wanted his son he just wants to pretend he's a good burson when he's a piece of shit that's the surprise one for you. Yeah exactly you want the legacy of he wants mortality through making a copy of himself and he ended up doing that with tony instead. Whoops they go But yeah there's probably more to say and if you've had a chance to watch it and you've listen this far through. I know we beg for reviews all the time but you can send us your thoughts on the many saints of newark either interview or email us and if we get enough emails. That's that'll be a reason enough to do another episode dig into different people's opinions. Because i think it's really i'm really interested in hearing other people's analysis and reading of the film whether they loved it or hated it or in between because there's because i'm not fully settled on my visitors. Yeah and we're giving it that chance we're going to rewatch ever gonna keep discussing it because it's part of the sopranos and it's what we do but if you have any thoughts that we haven't touched on or if you wanna comment on what we have said You can email us at shows what you know show at gmail.com. You can also find us on twitter if you have a short thought at shows what you know. That's the letter you beyond that. Is there anything else to say jim. Well one thing. I wanted to call before the last thing is Allesandro novel who plays dicky malta. Santi he's also great in this film called the art of self defense where he plays the sense say And it's a movie. I've been wanting to for us to discuss on our covert podcast. But maybe we'll have to discuss it on both. Because i think it's worth checking out because he's great in that as well and also i'm seeing that he's a boston native good for him so yes outside of that. There's only one thing left to say what's that cut to black..

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"newark" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

03:28 min | 9 months ago

"newark" Discussed on The Big Picture

"Yeah i think if it had been a more contained story over the course of three days you might have been able to capture some of what you you're pointing out that is so great about the show is that the show is. It's a simmering pot you know it's always at its best when it's kind of just starting to boil over and it takes hours and you've got you know the meat very slowly cooking on the pot and a film like this is about propulsion and pushing the story forward and getting resolution and also serving fans and their expectations to remind us of the figures that we love from the show and also taking on like you said these these big concepts around newark and what was going on in america during the civil rights era and during this kind of awakening i think for a lot of young americans and using tony and dickey in the multifamily and the soprano family as a as a prism through which to see a lot of those experiences. You know it also does something interesting in terms of telling the story as fans of the sopranos. No you know the figures from this era. I would say you know specifically johnny boy. Soprano or junior soprano. We saw on the show. They they actually did do flashbacks to those periods. In time soprano we saw in the soprano series and in some cases in this story. They're recreating moments that we already saw on the show which i thought was kind of a fascinating choice. It i. I actually felt as i revisited. The sopranos tv show. The film actually did some of that work in a more clear way but it had me questioning what was really happening. What was the real way that some of these things went down. I assume that you flagged as well as you were watching the movie. Yeah there was one story. And i don't know how much we want to say. But there's one story that gets told from jackson tony in season six. That then takes place in the movie but some of the characters were there a much different and i was wondering how much of that is is it was that. Was that a slip up. Or was that as chase loves to say that these characters are all liars. Right like not. Nobody's inoperable i've reliable narrator in this universe so i don't know like i personally didn't feel like that broke from sopranos lore but it was interesting to see that and i think we won one incident. You're referencing. there's a flashback. That happens in season one on the show that is actually filmed for many saints right. There's we see take place in many saints just from a different viewpoint slightly. Yes and it's interesting to see it that way. And i guess it tells us a little bit about the differences between many saints. And what the point of many saints is i. I'm still trying to wrap my head around. What the point is specifically on the one hand. Obviously we live in the age of p and anything that has had a little bit of success at outset. Within the last fifty years is eligible to be remade. Reborn reimagined relaunched and on the other hand. Sopranos is such a sacred text such special special piece of popular culture. That i think it would make some people queasy to imagine revisiting. These stories i am. I'm kind of thinking about this movie as a as a different project entirely. I'm i was thinking of it. And i spoke with chase about this. Just a little but not fade. Away was a film that chase made in two thousand thirteen. I want to say maybe perhaps twenty twelve and it was a realization of the kind of thing he wants to do for a long time..

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"newark" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

04:53 min | 9 months ago

"newark" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Been waiting for more of tony soprano's universe you're in luck. The many saints of newark isn't a sequel but a prequel to the sopranos one that examines. How the man we knew on television is mafia boss. Tony soprano was made from the kid and then the teenager. We see here on when weldon. And i'm linda holmes and today we're talking about the many saints of newark on pop culture. Happy hour from npr. Here with me. Glenn is our very own aisha harris hacia. Hello and also with us. Is allan sapin. While he's rolling stones chief television critic host of the podcast too long didn't watch and the author of the book. Oh wait what is it. Called the sopranos sessions What expertise welcome. Allen the sopranos. Is this a good show. Should i watch this. Well you know you may have heard of it as i mentioned. This is a prequel. This film to the series that was created by david chase chase wrote the film with the sopranos writer named lawrence connor and it was directed by alan taylor. Who's worked on a bunch of things including game of thrones so this is very much an hbo prestige tv type of team. Even though it's a theatrical film as well as one that streaming on hbo max the main character though you should know is not tony soprano. It's his uncle dickey. Christopher multi santis father played by asandra. Nivola this story takes place in two time periods ones in nineteen sixty seven ones in nineteen seventy-one characters that you know if you watch to show our played in younger iterations by actors. You might also know. Vera farm got plays livia. Tony's mom and corey stoll plays. Tony's uncle junior who by the way economically bald meaning. Corey stoll does not have to wear some sort of strange hairpiece as he sometimes has in the past leslie. odom junior shows up his herald. Black associate of dicky's who has his eye on the future of his own and young. Tony soprano in. His teenage years is played by michael gandolfini. Who is as you might guess the late. James scandal feeney's son We did have an episode yesterday about the sopranos the series but we are moving on here to talk about the film. I what did you think about the movie. Well the tagline for this movie is who made tony soprano which is a question that i thought we'd already started answered through all of those therapy sessions that you had with dr melfi throughout the series..

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"newark" Discussed on Cut To Black: A Sopranos Sitdown

Cut To Black: A Sopranos Sitdown

05:58 min | 10 months ago

"newark" Discussed on Cut To Black: A Sopranos Sitdown

"I will be up at midnight watching this movie at home so that that's the difference but i do have myself at tony. Soprano movie theater. Not trying to brag or anything. I gotta projector is always. I always think of tony and his little media room sitting there misery. And i always picture you there at equal frustration. Even though that's only to like get through the day for me. I'm sure you're fucking loving it. Yeah i've just like fucked jeb over there with tony. Soprano up as far as the release states. And that i did google it right before the show and like at least everywhere. I came to had a different answer So it was like i guess. Maybe there's not one clear reason but a few of the ones that were outlined the kind of make sense as that. Every movie would have a specific window to be released in order to get maximum profits right. That's going to be the case and that window going to be different in different countries. I don't know why it's usually earlier in europe. There's things i competition with. Other movies where they stagger releases around the world because they allows them to get the maximum prophets publicity. I don't know how this makes sense though. It's always earlier for us but anyway i'm not complaining about it. All our movie theaters have been extremely closed for a long time anyway. So i don't even know if i'm going to be able to go to a theater but hopefully i will if not i will do the same as you at midnight or whatever time that is for me yeah trying to get through it and to bog down into these like incidentals or whatever but i did think it was interesting. I almost thought they were gonna maybe bump it up because as far as like. Us release states. There's been all this stuff going on obviously with cove. It and if theaters are back if people are comfortable going at theaters where movies were underperforming. But i think candyman did okay as kind of a mid tier release and then of course marvel. Movies always do great chang. Cheek came out at the beginning of this month and it did really well whereas the movie venom to which is thought to be a big blockbuster. Movie was initially coming out october fifteenth. Or maybe he's going to be pushed back to next year. They saw shanxi do well and they bumped it up to the first so it's actually coming out against many saints at newark so i almost mel. Maybe they're going to bump this movie up for us then. Because they don't wanna. But i assume the hbo max people. They're like well whatever. We weren't banking on big box office either way but then again i mean this should be an event. This is an event. This is the sopranos film. Yeah and maybe like not..

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What's the Best Camera for YouTube Influencers?

Home Gadget Geeks

03:06 min | 10 months ago

What's the Best Camera for YouTube Influencers?

"So i've been talking about my daughter who's in journalism needs a camera. She's also going to be a youtuber influence. Or you know that that space So we've been talking. We've been looking at both. The sony a sixty one hundred a and the cannon m fifty. I think too bright is on she. He says a brody says i have an ace seventy seven in love the camera. You can get an adapter from sony. That will let you will. That will let the mirror less cameras. Use the regular mirror camera. Lenses sony calls them amount the molten molten. No i can i say that animal to thank you minolta. I wanted to say something else. lands would work as well. I use those lenses in the old film days. Just keep in mind that the film lenses are full frame and have to worry about that in the new orleans or a aps see size So getting the murless with the adapter and getting the aim out lenses means she can upgrade on it to a regular deals are already have the lenses down the road not to bob. I'm not too worried about lenses. One hundred percent honest. I'm kind of thinking about the camera. Body i in his. I look at the a sixty one hundred versus the cannon m fifty this camera stabilization seems to be an issue between the two and then y- how that viewfinder is seems to be the other big issue. So if i put that in front of you gimme gimme some advice on. So sony just released a A newark is. She is mainly video or is it both both. Yeah she's going to do a lot of video lot of lot of blogging. I would say if she is more towards the video. Sony released a camera. It's their zeevi. Dash eight ten. Which based off the same camera. Sort of almost the same camera that i have which is surprising right here. This looks really big. But it. 'cause i have a cage and i have this massive lens on it but it's actually really all. I'm going to go full screen. Bob hold up to the it's impressive. Hold that to the camera there so that looks good but this is just big because i have you can see the cage that goes around it and what do you what. What's the cage. Get forty so it allows me to attach different things. I have an extra hostile. Sorry i have an extra hot shoe up top here on the bottom. I have a artists mounts. Snap it into stuff. It protects it so because this is this is all aluminum so if i drop it it's going to protect it so a cage. I have never heard of cage before so cage a good good thing to you. If if your camera is like so i would. I take this on trips. And i like climb waterfalls and like throw this thing around so i wanted something that would protect it And that kind of. That's why. That's why i got it But if you're just like using the camera in an office setting or studio setting you don't necessarily need the cage but if you're attaching a bunch of stuff to it you it gives you a lot more

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More Than 45 Dead After Ida's Remnants Blindside Northeast

All In with Chris Hayes

01:42 min | 10 months ago

More Than 45 Dead After Ida's Remnants Blindside Northeast

"The unbelievable scenes destruction of the remnants of hurricane ida battered the northeast secretary of energy jennifer. Granholm joins me to talk about the urgent need for climate infrastructure ahead. At least forty. Three people are dead in the northeast. After the remnants of hurricane ida swept through the area last night record breaking rainfall led to massive and dangerous flooding with streets like these in newark new jersey essentially turned into rivers. Newark received an all time high daily total of more than eight inches of rain as well as a record one hour total of nearly three and a quarter inches in one hour. The airport newark had to temporarily suspend flights with floodwaters evening reaching inside the terminal buildings in southern new jersey. A tornado hit the town of a hill causing catastrophic damage. A tornado in jersey. Leveling some homes down the foundations new york city so deluca arenas well more than seven inches falling in central park. And get this. The city said new early record more than three inches of rain record which smashed the record set just eleven days prior with hurricane. Own re this subway station in brooklyn was just one of many inundated by floodwaters grinding the entire system to a halt. You couldn't get a train last night. Passengers had to be rescued from seventeen subway. Cars resident of downtown manhattan captured. This scene water rushing in to the living room of her duplex apartment. Homes across the region sustained devastating flood damage. This bridgeport pennsylvania neighborhood remained underwater today after a nearby river overflowed water. Rescues were carried out this morning.

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Supreme Court Ends Biden’s Eviction Moratorium

The Takeaway

01:48 min | 10 months ago

Supreme Court Ends Biden’s Eviction Moratorium

"So now the by administration has been extending a federal eviction moratorium to protect tents struggling to pay their rent during the pandemic but now the moratorium is over really truly over. That's because the supreme court ruled last week. That the cbc has overstepped its at and that the moratorium to continue congress. We'd need to authorize it but that's unlikely to happen as house. press secretary. jen psaki told reporters on friday. What we're trying to do here is prevent people from being evicted from their homes. If there were enough votes to pass an eviction moratorium in congress it would have happened. It hasn't happened and while the white house says it's working with states on solutions. hundreds of thousands potentially millions of tenants across the country are now at risk of losing their homes including tenants in the state of new york. We're more than eight hundred. Thirty thousand households are behind on their rent. We're joined today by sia weaver campaign coordinator of housing justice for all in new york. Sia welcome to the takeaway. Extre having me also with us. Peter hepburn assistant professor of sociology at rutgers university newark and part of the eviction lab at princeton university. Peter welcome back to the shell on sia from your perch. What's the significance of this supreme court ruling. Well that's really just devastating as you said eight hundred thirty thousand households are more really are behind on rent in new york and seventy seven percent of them are people of color. The thing that's most painful about all of this as our state also has two point seven billion dollars in rental assistance. Money meant to solve this problem and we've been unable to spend it so this is a a real wave of addiction. That should be preventable. But for some reason has not been prevented.

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Biden Says Apart From Personal Behavior, Andrew Cuomo Did A "Hell of a Job" as Governor

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:31 min | 11 months ago

Biden Says Apart From Personal Behavior, Andrew Cuomo Did A "Hell of a Job" as Governor

"I need you to explain joe biden because i i'm not i don't know that i'm not gonna call him an evil man. I don't think he's the devil incarnate. I think he's confused he's befuddled he's being pushed and prodded and and manipulated by radicals. Who are trying to enact a radical agenda but this is a guy who was asked by a reporter about this disgraced andrew cuomo and he is disgraced. Make no mistake. There's no way around. He is an arrogant nasty mean-spirited guy. Who wants even said that if you're pro-life if you treasure the sanctity of life he said this years ago. You're not welcome in new york that's governor and now has this this list of sexual accusations and all this sleaze the attorney general determining they did happen we also know what happened when he sentenced essentially thousands of seniors in new york to their deaths and try to cover it up. The man is a massive disgrace and this is how the forty sixth president of the united states response and one of the democrats through the years that you spoke with about infrastructure the most was who is residing announces resigned today could travel at newark with him when you were vice president to wants to the reconstruction of the war. He was someone who supported your campaigner leon. No you call it under his you condemned but you're someone who spent a lotta time mayors and governors. How would you assess his ten. And a half years as governor of the state in terms of personal behavior. What he's done as governor has done a hell of a job a hell of a job. And i mean both on everything from access to voting infrastructure. A whole range of things. That's why so sad and you imagine. Do you know what the attorney general concluded about andrew. Cuomo have you followed the story. Stunner hell of a job and that john wayne gay. She was a pretty good.

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The Obamas Are Throwing a Party, Ignoring Democrat COVID Policies

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 11 months ago

The Obamas Are Throwing a Party, Ignoring Democrat COVID Policies

"So here they're having this massive event the Obama's are going to have to spend Maybe millions. In their $15 million mansion. White supremacy has been very, very bad for them. Very bad. Went in this before, and I remember being attacked was hilarious by the goofballs in the media. You know, Martha's Vineyard is like it's like an island called, you know, It's like Vermont. There's there's like 12 black people. They're not gonna mark you don't understand. Off season, there's actually 4% and Give me a break. Obama never has parties in Newark and Camden and And and so forth. No, no, no, no. He hangs out where the white supremacists are. That's where his mansions are. The white supremacists are Much like LeBron. Anyway. All that aside. I'm talking their talk. You see the race stuff. Ladies and gentlemen, we're being told This is what I mean about how you can't take these. Educational Well, these medical fascist, seriously talk to your own doctor. Your doctor doesn't have Anything to do with politics or publicity or anything. Your doctor just works hard as a doctor, talk to your own doctor. Your doctor knows your medical background. Your doctor knows what's good for you. Ask your doctor. If you want a second opinion, ask somebody else is that But you don't listen to this crap from pus, AKI and Biden and Fauci. What does Fauci no. Not a lot, apparently. Anyway. So what about this thing that Obama is going there? It's like the Democrats leaving Texas and then spreading their virus Hall over Washington, D. C. It's okay. The righteous Other Democrats

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"newark" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

02:52 min | 11 months ago

"newark" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

"For decades newark new jersey was listed among the country's most dangerous large city. Going to begin with that breaking news in newark. Police are confirming. This was a targeted shooting. Deadly shootings in newark. In less than two days the city of about two hundred and seventy thousand six just on the other side of the hudson river from new york and had the nation's third worst murder rate for large cities in two thousand thirteen or almost fifty consecutive years newark had been in the top ten most violent city. List's akilah arouses the president of the newer community street team. A group that works to reduce crime through community outreach cheryl says by the nineteen sixties newark and particularly its communities of color suffered under the weight of poverty discrimination and violence and it was made worse when crack. Cocaine hit the street. In the nineteen eighty. All of us agree that the gravest domestic threat facing our nation today is drug eighties. With the crack epidemic hit urban communities across the country it decimated newark as it decimated most black neighborhoods across country. Trauma was allowed to fester in ripple and and so we saw the impact of of those policies around the world drugs and world violence drugs or menacing our society they're threatening our values and undercutting our institutions how it impacted like kind of young black men and also communities of color all across the country newark was no not excluded from that but starting in two thousand fourteen things began to change newark new jersey tonight. Tatting a big drop in crime and cheryl says with the election of mayor razz baraka. The city took a new approach immediately. Started the work on building out. This complementary strategy to policing the newark community street team as he at the same time started to doing some reform within the police department. The raka broad public safety under one umbrella police fire and other safety groups under a newly created department of public safety. A move to the city says help simplify operations and reduce costs but it would take more than that to see lasting change. There has been progress helped. In part by a legal settlement in two thousand sixteen the city of newark reached an agreement with the department of justice following an investigation into newark. Police practices of unconstitutional stops searches arrests and unreasonable force. Brian o'hara is newark's director of public safety. He says the consent decree brought accountability provided like sort of like the the backing to ensure that the the appropriate investments were made in these areas to focus around reform among the changes was the creation of a civilian oversight board the use of body cameras and additional training for officers and since two thousand sixteen. The city has seen remarkable improvement. Proof is in the numbers murderers down twenty percent since two thousand eighteen. The same is true for shooting victims down fourteen percent for five years. The city saw violent crime fall..

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Gun Violence in America: Newark

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

02:10 min | 11 months ago

Gun Violence in America: Newark

"For decades newark new jersey was listed among the country's most dangerous large city. Going to begin with that breaking news in newark. Police are confirming. This was a targeted shooting. Deadly shootings in newark. In less than two days the city of about two hundred and seventy thousand six just on the other side of the hudson river from new york and had the nation's third worst murder rate for large cities in two thousand thirteen or almost fifty consecutive years newark had been in the top ten most violent city. List's akilah arouses the president of the newer community street team. A group that works to reduce crime through community outreach cheryl says by the nineteen sixties newark and particularly its communities of color suffered under the weight of poverty discrimination and violence and it was made worse when crack. Cocaine hit the street. In the nineteen eighty. All of us agree that the gravest domestic threat facing our nation today is drug eighties. With the crack epidemic hit urban communities across the country it decimated newark as it decimated most black neighborhoods across country. Trauma was allowed to fester in ripple and and so we saw the impact of of those policies around the world drugs and world violence drugs or menacing our society they're threatening our values and undercutting our institutions how it impacted like kind of young black men and also communities of color all across the country newark was no not excluded from that but starting in two thousand fourteen things began to change newark new jersey tonight. Tatting a big drop in crime and cheryl says with the election of mayor razz baraka. The city took a new approach immediately. Started the work on building out. This complementary strategy to policing the newark community street team as he at the same time started to doing some reform within the police department. The raka broad public safety under one umbrella police fire and other safety groups under a newly created department of public safety. A move to the city says help simplify operations and reduce costs but it would take more than that to see lasting change. There has been progress helped. In part by a legal settlement in two thousand sixteen the city of newark reached an agreement with the department of justice following an investigation into newark. Police

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Constraint Active Search for Human-in-the-Loop Optimization

The TWIML AI Podcast

01:50 min | 11 months ago

Constraint Active Search for Human-in-the-Loop Optimization

"I'm here with gustavo. Malcolm's gustavo is a research engineer at intel by way of their recent acquisition of signups gustavo woke up to the tuomo. Ai podcast thank you very much for having me in the show. Hey i'm really looking forward to digging into our interview. But of course i'd like to have you share a little bit about your background and give our audience and opportunity to get to know you better tell us a little bit about your journey to machine learning and ai awesome. Absolutely well i. I'm originally from brazil. I'm a computer science by training. When i did my undergrad. I went to a very good school in my region but she wasn't strong topic but fortunately the internet was very generous with machine learning. We had the opportunity to basically watch professor. Ngo angie to talk about machine learning on youtube twelve years ago. I think tilt my friends and i created a steady group to study machine learning in. Maybe i can say that. He was my first instructor to the topic. After that i pursue. I worked in many michigan projects. I decided to do peachy in the us. I remember checking all the faculties that work with that worked with machine learning in county. How many publications they had on aisamul in newark. I don't recommend this to be a metric to consider when choosing between grad school led seven years ago or something. I was super excited about working with people who actually did machine learning in. And that's one of the things that i actually employed syllogisms now. And then that's how. I begun white majority into the field.

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Bas Rokers, NYU Abu Dhabi Takes Your Brain Through Virtual Reality

The Academic Minute

01:32 min | 1 year ago

Bas Rokers, NYU Abu Dhabi Takes Your Brain Through Virtual Reality

"What if you could walk into a room full of strangers and see names another elephant details floating above everyone's head. Augmented reality can make such world possible. The technology may soon be built into glasses. For example so does virtual content can be superimposed on our view of the real world. Engineers are close to solving many challenges involved in augmented reality at the same time however our understanding of the conditions on the which our brains can or cannot take advantage of the additional information is relatively limited in a recent study at the university of wisconsin madison and newark university. I would dhabi manipulated. The virtual content displayed. We found it under naturalistic. Viewing conditions the brain exploits. Small involuntary had movements which we call head jitter to improve visual perception for augmented reality devices to work well debt for they should record your head jitter and update the virtual content accordingly as an imported aside. We founded commonly available virtual reality headsets. Do not work well for large fraction of the population. Specifically some popular. Headsets provide a poor fit to women. As a result females tend to report a poor visual experience and greater motion sickness. I work informs the design of new virtual and augmented reality devices and may help us. Better understand deniro. Mechanisms that are disrupted in perceptual disorders.

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"newark" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

Trailer Junkies Podcast

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"newark" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

"Yes yes and then the second season comes out new care new people new new cast of contestants or whatever yeah lego people tested such right exactly and they have glimpses of the previous one and they made it a point to say lego masters season two and the first episode anytime. They said legal masters. They said season to the care. The contestants the content everybody knew everybody's everybody said season you know. Everybody said lego master season to to the point. It was annoying. We get in our any please. I know it had has the different people on it. You don't have the season to it's you. I think that's the point they were getting at is. This is the same season so get over it right. Well after that they just they stopped doing that which i was thankful for. But you know the thing about it though is. I was really worried that i wouldn't get into this. One wouldn't get into the characters wouldn't feel for their stories and everything and i would say the way they brought it forward. I mean the four of us. I mean tears were flowing at times by some of the stories. You know like the kid with cancer you know and as some of the stuff and it's just like okay. You guys one they did. They know the formula for putting together. The cast contest is exactly like you guys would like you know how to get us. Guys are the experts you know and Yeah i so far. It's awesome so happy watching. The boys are like they've always been into lego but they're back over the top into lego. Are they building in this thing. They're doing a little bit different. Doing explosions one. They had to make this forefoot plus structure that had to survive an earthquake. What yeah and what do they call it. The block o meters. Something or the brick..

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"newark" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

Trailer Junkies Podcast

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"newark" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

"So it's just a it's a collection all right like the head of the organization or yeah usually it's another kid in another genzer. That's that's running this organism the other organizations. Okay okay so if you go under interviews In in the gen z. Collective the middle tab there. That's those are all interviews that she's she's posting and and posting pretty regularly now so yeah so throughout the day she does she does interviews and she talks to people and she's posting on the socials for gen z collective But anyway long story short during the day. When braces out we have a backlog of the scarier psych episodes so over the past five seasons they. They have at least one kind of halloween episode every year. And maybe there's another episode where it's a little scarier than most and for those bracelets just be like. Let's this let's so we skipped all those episodes and the past two days. Just been catching up. So and audrey and myself at lunchtime we watched to two episodes of sacred day at lunch she now and what episode with lunch and then i work on my phone or bring my laptop. We watch another episode together and we got through all of those. So we're all caught up. How many seasons is that show. That show is eight. I wanna say it's it's we're five episode five seasons and were were episode five season five. And even today people you know at dinnertime. People like the excite. Let's watch it. And i'm like no i wanna make sure we could catch up on the weekly stuff we gotta. Do you know benedict society. We're gotta that weekly. we gotta do bad batch. Yeah you know. So so we had to put in our work with our regular weekly episodes. Are you caught up on loki. No we are not caught up on loki. We spent all week doing ted lasso. Oh great okay awesome. Well ted lasso finished. That's well that's well worth it. Well worth it okay good. I'll let me just how quickly give my theory. Here's here's a low-key theory that doesn't it's not really any spoilers. I don't think now maybe it is. Okay i'll save. My lucky theory. Reminded me by loki theory. When you've caught up with it. Low key theory loki theory. It is a it is a doozy of a theory on loki. but tell me ted lasso. I love it so much did you did you did any of the episodes..

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"newark" Discussed on Cut To Black: A Sopranos Sitdown

Cut To Black: A Sopranos Sitdown

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"newark" Discussed on Cut To Black: A Sopranos Sitdown

"God's favor by example actually let me go back real quick. It is kind of hilarious young. Tony soprano like shaking down a fucking ice cream man or whatever it is but i mean. Obviously that's probably silvio right. That's not the same kid that call a jerk off at the beginning is it. Let me see. I have cast here. I'm gonna sylvia's played by john. Migro him maybe. Maybe i don't know maybe the same actors home saying so. Maybe that leads credence wait. We're yeah. I think i'm bad at faces. I'm looking at a picture. This actor couldn't tell you. Yeah it looks like the same guy and a guy some kind of chin so just leads credence a bit to us being like. Oh this is not some kick ass moment here. Were tony down. A guy for calling him a jerk off. I don't think it is at all like there's a some shots i've come across. That are just kinda like Stills from production is just tony like leaning out of the ice cream van thing like just hanging out. Well and i'm like it. Looks like he's just hanging out. Well also i think it's. It's because i've talked about it on this show a lot that i imagine a young tony is more similar to. Aj soprano than we'd like to admit. Yeah so i kind of is. I want to see that a little bit. I don't see. I kinda i kinda wanna see tony as like a pussy. I mean. obviously he's still. He's he's not quite as much of a pussies. Aj soprano because aj sopranos like the nineties two thousands version where you know the pacific ation of the youth or whatever but i mean because obviously he's gonna beat up This this ice cream man. But i think there's i think there just needs to be a little bit more of that like softer tony. When he's young. And i'm sure that's we're gonna see by example. Make the right decisions guy with the takes. You.

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"newark" Discussed on Cut To Black: A Sopranos Sitdown

Cut To Black: A Sopranos Sitdown

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"newark" Discussed on Cut To Black: A Sopranos Sitdown

"Here. Say while you're pulling that up like yeah just googling the trailer and what people are writing about it. i saw. There's an article from screen rant. The sopranos seek prequel risks. To having too much tony parentheses marketing trick. And i haven't read that one. But i feel like that's kind of encapsulates watcher saying as well where i think but the thing is like i'm hyped for the trailer because of what i'm seeing on the screen during the trailer but at the same time i'm like i don't believe that this is what the is going to be like either. Yeah because and again like from what. I gleaned like. Whoa there's we'll see. We're gonna see tony at different stages. Well we're gonna see like younger. Because i know it's it's supposed to deal with more of some of the race riots. That happened in newark. And i guess how dickey played a part in that or whatever But yeah hold.

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"newark" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"newark" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

"Granddaughter that i was experiencing and then i became angry. The day that We went there happened to be day that they were having a golf tournament and we were not received well. The club opens up the earthworks to the public. Four days a year chief glenna was not there on one of those four days. They complained shouted the entire time telling us to get back at away leave. We were not welcome night. it was off. It was all. I could not believe that something that was built for religious purposes was being treated the way it was and there was a golf course there and i i went from being ecstatic to being angry to being almost feeling as if i had been violated all with him to three minutes. How can my people be referred to as savages when something this majestic this this scientific this just so much intelligence. They had to be involved in doing this. How could by people all be considered only savages. And i've out i. I would not decide about that. John lau who we heard from earlier is also the director of the newark earthworks center at ohio state university and he shares chief ghana's frustration but he also acknowledges a sort of complicated appreciation for the golf course and what it's done for the earthworks the rest of it's all been built upon destroyed and so at least by having that maintained its golf course is recoverable is has a potential then for being a what we're hoping to be a unesco world heritage site john and chief glenn out of involved in effort to designate the earthworks a unesco world heritage site this would put the earthworks alongside other world heritage sites like the acropolis machu pichu and the taj mahal that would help protect them permanently and make them more visible to people outside of newark ohio but there is a small caveat for the earthworks to qualify for unesco protection. They need to be fully accessible to the public and that means they cannot be part of a private golf course your morning ladies and gentlemen our first case this morning is twenty twenty one. Nine one st x-ray low history connection versus the mound builders country club company. That is audio. From the ohio. State supreme court which heard the case of the newark earthworks. In april a group called the ohio history connection hoping to reclaim the land for mound builders country club so far courts have ruled in their favor but the country club has appealed to the state supreme court. Time publishing this episode. The court had not yet reached a decision we reached out to the mound builders country club and it did not return a request for comment..

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"newark" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"newark" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

"It and keep it close. John lau believes earthworks. Were used for all kinds of important events naming ceremonies funerals they may have been schools places of teaching storytelling and learning but they were also places of pilgrimage. You can imagine through the six gates different clans coming together in the middle hundreds or thousands of people coming to join whatever ceremonies and rituals that they had planned around four hundred. Ad the whole era came to a pretty abrupt end. Archaeologists aren't sure what happened but they do know a new civilization took over. For centuries indigenous people continued to live in and around the earthworks but they didn't use them in the same ways. People had during the hopewell then in the seventeen. Hundreds european colonizers arrived from the west in the eighteen. Hundreds treasure hunters started. Looting the earthworks. They're really accounts. Have them sort of just digging as quickly as they can. Putting in the artifacts in barrels shipping the barrels off is cedric rose. Again he lives in ohio and has always been fascinated by the buried history in his home state. That's what led him to write an article about the earthworks. sometimes i think they just left behind trenches or big holes. Were the history backfield where they had done without really think. Full regard for the shape. The original shape of the earthworks. After this wave of looters came the army's pushed the native americans out and the settlers who flattened the earthworks build their homes in newark. They built a glass factory. A mall houses roads and industrial parks actually a miracle that any of the works survived. Try this is chief glenna cedric cincinnati. Okay a couple of years ago. When i was working on the story i talked to a woman named chief gloss. Who is the first woman chief of the eastern shiny. I live right on missouri. Oklahoma line so i try is in oklahoma but i'm within three minutes commute in that. She's cleanest tribe. The eastern shawnee are originally from ohio. I had never heard of newark earthworks. didn't know it existed had never read anything about it. It's worth mentioning here. But she's gonna new an.

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"newark" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"newark" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

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"newark" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

12:19 min | 2 years ago

"newark" Discussed on Pressure Points

"The Hitler effigies in the building and in the in the area in the street you burn books. He burnt Hitler effigies. A group of Nazis actually attacked a child like an eight year old with a lighting fireworks. Because I was probably illegal at the time no now he's actually walking home from school and they carve swastikas into both of his forearms carpet into their into his chest. But they were they were some cops came I Stephen King Bullshit. Exactly like it and they heard the Nazis weren't charged which some complete bullshit. They were immediately released and then they burned a swastika into a tree. Outside of this kid's home like they would target. Kid IS JUST SO RANDOM KID. God like it wasn't even like the kid of a cop. It was just a random random acts where they're like that kid looks Jewish folk among its Burnham. And this this attack on the child was the last Straw for are now. I'm sure like he is who is at this point. So nineteen thirty eight. I got scribbled in because I forgot to put it in first time The Nazis organized a rally and now are no created a coalition protests. So we actually want with the protesters most the time. They're just in with the protest protesters but he actually went to the protest groups and said hey this is now they fucked up this kid. We're not gonNA sit for this. Yeah there were thousands of protesters and hundreds of COPs. They called cops in from neighboring cities because they knew this would be a huge a huge issue God he had stashed weapons. People were hiding weapons in their clothing. They were fucking ready. And the Nazis were just no longer in any way yeah eleven. Pm One Nazi left the gathering hall and that started it. That started the Ryan. The police tried to separate the groups and create these cordon zones. So the Nazis could leave without being assaulted but that you'd have gotten knock and got the living shit out of to an inch of his life because the protesters and amendment then said caulking can hold his back. You can leave or we're going to beat the shit out of you too. So the COPS got the shit beat out of them and a low Nazis came out and then turned around and went back inside the the simpsons gift with a grandma walks in takes his hat off hangs up turns around picks up his at exactly goes back in. They completely overwhelmed the cops. The Nazis were like barricading themselves in barricading. The windows and the doors wall people were throwing stink bombs and bricks through the windows so they're trapping themselves in with this lake stink bombs smoke ball on makes and basically random attack started to happen from miles around. There was like a six mile radius on a tax from this point which was crazy like. This is a huge attack. It was. We're done with your shit. That's we gotta do what we can. And then very soon after Kris tap in which was basically the night where the Nazis went full Hitler and just targeted. The Jews killed Tunsil shipped off over thirty thousand people to the camps. Like this is when it started in four and this of course piss everybody off but the Bund Kinda didn't put rallies in Newark for about three months for some reason I wonder why even though they had a ton of membership three months after this event. The the membership to the wound peaked. Twenty two thousand Nazis assembled. Why God in a celebration of their peaking of Neha reaching new membership hit their peak. Twenty two thousand. Nazis assembled crazy amount. There were one hundred thousand protesters streets around this place book. Yes all of the you know. Two thousand minutemen spread throughout and it was basically plays out like the other attacks bricks and rocks and stink bombs people hiding in crowds beating the shit out of people pipes and bats and knives police. Hosing down just everybody And ambulances just lining up waiting to take people to hospital. Damn it was. This was like the explosion bigger than the last. Where you you know if you have over one hundred thousand people in a protest. Shit's real at that point seriously. My favorite thing is the story really. Just Kinda Peters out up three months later coon was arrested for. Grand Larceny and forgery. Between these three months there were smaller fights but nothing as big as that night But yeah he was arrested he. The camps were all found with evidence of espionage from Nazi Germany. So there were there were actual spies in these camps like sending communications potentially creating weapons and bombs and nation. I feel like prior to this. It wasn't like they were like okay. This free speech you can do this. This is fine. And then like like you said Christopher Tappin and America was like okay. Wait is over. The line hills are now. It's not just free speech now. It's now you're not genocide and so I feel like that's probably why they start taking their larger stance on it like because before it. I'm sure they really didn't give a shit that there were like actual Nazis and actual German representatives in the United States. Running these organizations like Yeah Freedom Freedom Freedom and then it's like shit goes down freedom's only GonNa get you so far in this. You're fucking douchebag exactly exactly this was the tipping point and yeah he cou eventually fled to Germany. Which oh I got later on. I'll talk about that in a second and then the war broke out We officially declared war started rolling out to Germany and Net. Arnaud began to focus on antiwar groups and Nazi sympathizers groups. They beat the shit out of those people. Now not just the NAP Nazis but anybody who said No. We're not going to go to war. We don't want to go to war. You get beat up by Jew because at this point are no had an interesting perspective on this that most of the United States didn't and that was no. It's obvious these people are doing horrible. Genocidal acts against the. Because I'm living in you know I. I've been fighting them for years. I know their ideology. Your than the average American medicine would shit is getting fucked up. He knew about the thirty thousand people being shipped off to the concentration camps in during Kristallnacht and most of the United States. Didn't you gotTa Know Your enemy? Yeah exactly so yeah they targeted on these groups and not even his group but pretty much. Everybody started to target Anti-semitics yeah that works And the minute men who would then begin to protect pretty much. Any religious procession like there were there. Were certain times when like there was one specific event where a rabbi took out these ancient scrolls and they were basically bringing them from one building to another one and to do this. They had an entire procession of an extremely respectful like congregation. People were showing their support and then some Nazi showed up and tried throwing bottles at the fucking ancient scrolls which even I'm not Jewish but I suspect the fucking history of ancient fucking scrolls blows my cousin spells on m. l. the Jew gold. Yeah because an unimaginable. Spills are always on scrolls. Just derail everything. Yeah so that those people got the shit beat out of them good. This woman came to net Arnaud as the war. Effort was ramping up and came to him. And as a mob boss does says now are no. You are going to enlist in the military net. Arnot said did I mess up essentially medicine a direct quote. Did I mess up it? Are You sentencing me? Basically saying do I need to go to war and die or do I need to go to war and try to survive. And he said No. You need to just go to war. Because you've been fighting the Nazis for this long. Now you as symbol are going to go to war. Now's the time to apply it. So he made this. It was a huge deal like he was covered by newspaper. Reporters him going to sign up for the military and they made this huge deal about it because he was a local hero. At that point he was actually the second wave into Normandy. Oh Wow and he survived. Got Shot five times. She's but by the time in that assault. The Nazis were so out of resources that they wouldn't bullets so he ended up surviving. Wooden bully started voting bullies. Because they didn't have metal on they were melting down everything they could to make bullets. I mean I guess it makes sense but like I had no idea wooden fucking bullet raising fuck so ended up surviving. And he eventually returned to Newark. He had spent up to that point. Twelve Years Fighting Nazism twelve entire years of his life justifying Nazis as longer than World War. Two as this man. That's fucking dedication. I spent twelve years doing anything. Yeah exactly probably jerking off. I knew your thinking it. Of course why wouldn't I just? Yeah that's a fair point. Yeah so he got arrested. He was doing some some fundraising he got caught. Basically doing the all insurance scam hell. Yeah on his own and we gotta do a scams two point. Oh and it's GonNa be about this sneaky schemes sneakers games woman basically got him out of jail and said hey you're going to go to California you're going to be a legitimate liquor salesman for the rest of your life and this is the last favor that you'll get from me. Kelly boy so he did he. Basically he flew over to California. He contacted his his I would say high school sweetheart but he left school at Sixteen so as middle school middle school sweetheart who even at that point was still kind of into him married yet It's actually kind of a kind of three story. He was like thirteen or fourteen. It was when he started fighting and she was like nine or ten. Just just hear me out. I know I know I wasn't it wasn't the A. It's it's messed up nowadays. But he handled this in a perfectly respectable way. He basically she was getting. She's going to get the shit kicked out of her. He beat the shit out of the people who were doing it. He said Hey. You seem like a a swell Ou- here's this. It's like a piece of paper with his name. His current address and said maybe in a couple years we can get together a he wasn't actively trying to pursue anything with her when she was nine and he was fourteen. It was what a free seem like. You're really nice so maybe when we become adults we can like hang out Netflix and chill and what was really interesting. She did reach out to him because back in the day you could pretty much just put a name and a city onto a letter and they would find it Yeah so she. She eventually contacted him. Sent a picture of her when they were in their early when she was in her early twenties and said. Hey this is me me calling you back and just kind of left it open to. If you're interested on here like we can date let's see. And then she found out that he was NAT Arnot the Nazi Nazi fighter worsely. It worked for her. She was like this is even better And Yeah they flew out to California together. They ended up getting married. He became a family. Man had a bunch of kids and haters his life forever. Now he he. He was weird because he got the best deal out of this..

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"newark" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

11:51 min | 2 years ago

"newark" Discussed on Pressure Points

"We're not cigarettes for being beat the shit out of the and it was making his group look. Unpopular is making his group his image. Look not as good on the world stage if it was just his group. It wasn't really all that great like with the amount propaganda is peddling at the time Germany. Yeah I'm no even even in the. Us really yeah. It was crazy. That's why all these groups formed because the propaganda machine was so works so well I mean that's why only the Japanese people got sent to internment camps and not the German people. Well I mean at the same time getting really till the difference between exactly. There's also the Irishman our wealth. Those Irishman is a bad example. For me say but yeah that makes it a lot of these groups. Kind of dissolved couple about a year passed. They are still you know cracking down on Nazis and nineteen. Thirty six comes around and a dude named coon coon. He became the ruler of a larger Nazi group called the German American Bund german-american Boon boom which I think is German for bond. But I don't fucking know in coon the leader of the German American Boone. You he was like straight up German from Nazi Germany. Who came over here on a boat and he created his entire idea was he wanted to create a German government to rise from within the. Us government like get enough people in this group that they would vote for the German candidates who are also in the group he wanted to take control from within so this Russia are doing in America right now or like the Chinese are doing in Australia. It's it's a thing it's a thing I am never. I haven't heard of that now. Mike I'll get into that so it took it like swept the nation. Everybody wanted to be part of this. Every state just about had one of these German American ballooned offices and that Arnold caught wind of it and immediately began to take action at this point. By the time he catches wind is over ten thousand people in the group. Oh my God. This is a huge fucking group. Coon rallied and he actually called out. Arno specifically and said that they would not be controlled by the Jewish militia which actually gave A. I don't like that you're pounding your face and calling him. You have this post. This feels like propaganda. I just realized I do. Have that cursor up there. The best is at some point. I'm going to get a picture of you in front of it and then I'm going to take that soundbite and play. Well you blur my face. At least no it's not gonNA be borrowed and all black nipples just to really emphasize long lines. I love it So I got. I got to think about things before I nobody. Nobody listening is going to have context for like what the fuck poster does he have. And I'm not GonNa Telo. Its Yeah No. You're not that out over the next couple of episodes you'll see when we face propaganda are when we release our faces in front of this poster and still going to have the black bar over all right back to that. Arno net owner could not risk interest at this point because of his earlier things so they had to really key fly under the radar. Something that blew my mind learning about is that across the US. I have not seen Joe Joe Rabbit yet we will. I was GONNA watch it tonight. But no way from its. I got to work in the morning but it watch with me. Coon started a whole bunch of summer camps across the United States that were that aggressively targeted. Kids his idea was you target was exactly what Adolf Hitler did. He target the younger generation. They grow up thinking that they'll raise their children and it continues from there. You can't teach dog new tricks no matter how many old people you get in his group. They're still going to be people who don't support it. But if you recruit them as kids to hear good so there were over twenty camps across the United States alone and they just want it. They were just aggressively indoctrinating. These kids and a lot of people didn't support these camps. But whenever net Arnold would send people into these camps on the public days or like whenever the camps through like open house type things they would scrub all the Nazi propaganda and basically leave a picture of hate. Hitler next one American flag. Oh my that was on all like the the symbolism that was in these camps because they knew people would be coming in scope and different groups different regulatory groups and government groups kept wanting to inspect them to make sure there wasn't this a ton of Nazi propaganda in their like parent groups and things like that and now it's just like a photo of Hitler's enough propaganda but they basically coon got sick of it and said. Hey if anybody else wants to come in this Spec these camps you're not gonNA get out of the camp of life. We're putting armed guards out. And he cited that it was just too expensive and it kept disrupting the camp like routine to have these inspections coming in all the time. It's mostly because he didn't WanNa keep closing down all the propaganda like cleaning it up so net. Arnaud hearing that basically they're threatening to murder people kind of got got his shoe in that kind of allowed him to be a bit. Less restraint in his attack was going to say now that there's that retail orbit more because they're blatantly making threats. They had this huge rally going like Indiana Jones level book burning rally. If you Indiana Jones suffering the last crusade there we go like that that level of rally might because they have so many members as you like stateside. Us In the US good Lord Man near Newark New Jersey so they infiltrated this rally. The mid would went in and that aren't distracted some of the guards because everybody recognized him. Yeah in this group so he kind of distracted the guards while more people more of his people went into this. It was the way they I. It was kind of like an opera hall like when Multiple Tiered Seating and a k a huge huge event a fancy event producing hundred event at Madison Square Garden. So while he's like trying to get in distracting all these people he has another group so a third group now going around to the cars and they pay the. What's the Guy Car? Pay The valet to basically look the other way while they go in and they find Kuhn's second in command who's name I believe was Koontz. No it's not going to school. Wants and coon coon an rickles. So koonce was the second in command type thing. So they go in they sabotage McCarthy idea is they sabotage the car. The second drives down a couple of blocks away. The car breaks down. They ambush him. Beat the Shit Avenue. Make a statement. Seems like a great great plan to work out all right now. Arnaud goes inside down and listens to the the speech or whatever's going on. Yeah it was a speech and when the when when it ends aren't comes out and he's ambushed by reporters saying why didn't you do anything like you always go to these things to me goes on and and he he says no we? This was basically his alibi. There's another we didn't do anything because nothing of their speech was antisemitic. The only thing they took they spoke about in this speech was how other Nazi groups de-legitimize them and how the attacks by these Nazi militia groups because the minimum wasn't the only one yeah turns out and have these are creating roadblocks and are super unprofessional. And all this bs so he basically said now. We didn't attack because they weren't outwardly antisemitic. Kind of in like you said giving himself an alibi saying hey look. I didn't send my minute man and look I'm right here. Yeah I'm literally here. You can demand this view. Dozens of people recording Jesus. He's smart dude. So wouldn't the no offence to anyone? That's a boxer. But you really huge expect that to come out of like thinking about Floyd Mayweather. You can't even fucking read a book. These guys are back in the forties. He probably got hit bare. Knuckle Chris Benoit's yet. Oh God I swear to God. You said yet. So I'm I'm waiting for it at the off. I'd even better murder as Moscow. The he reunites with his mom and then he beats shipped over because he thinks he's still mostly living with his mother at this point. And His parents jared okay. Good good good so somebody the valley they think squealed so when. Kunz went down to his car he said. Hey this is Gonna. This is going to break down. I don't want to do with it but take us this information. Do what you will with this. So so Cool who wants a was able to escape by sending a female Nazi fanatic to jump onto the hood of the minute men follow car and go fucking Shit Insane screaming. You're leaving here. You're not leaving your hands. Like nails into the windshield. Like crazy. Aqap had come over and pull her off with two ex boxer. Mafia enforcers took three calls to pull this crazy late up. And at that point they lost the car the they assume that they went to some to a body shopper. L. Mechanic that was had Nazi sympathizers. Got The car fixed and never came back to Newark. Tam To Nazi should've just use women as they're like block in guys Italy's nuts. Oh yeah she was. She was crazy. I think they eventually Eventually arrested her but that one that plan was botched but they had tons of other plans of a similar scale that ended up working. They would arrayed theaters in the DARK SIMILAR TO INGLORIOUS BASTARDS. But not with guns all. Yeah beat the shit out of people and the bomb it they would ambush cars like they have a car parked in the alley. Way Tibo and either get them arrested or beat the shit out of depend on how or both how accidental they can make it look they can make it look like the Nazi hit them. They would try to get the Nazi arrested. I'll my Goss like tons of these different different like operations and every single one pissed off. Coon like he he would get the reports back and he'd be like nine nine nine nine nine nine nine fucking. Mike maxed out. Sorry about that audio listener. We apologize for the technical difficulties you've experienced within your own eardrum. So at this point Hitler took Vienna and the membership for both groups grew both men and the German American wound boom it exploded and the battle for Newark as it was referred to heat it up a lot. How let's see. So gotta just look through my notes make sure at the right place. So Net Arnot arrived to a speech with forty minute men and one thousand protesters wolf and they broke up the group immediately and burned all of.

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"newark" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

14:20 min | 2 years ago

"newark" Discussed on Pressure Points

"At pressure points the two shittiest hosts in the business this is. Aj back at it with a season to episodes sex. That dirty. Boxing Ju Newark. It's going to get spicy tonight. So find us on. Instagram at points. Fresher strapping. I don't think you're supposed to say dirty Jew anymore. I know somebody else honestly. I have no idea we. We pay some men in India to film film to record. Just the INTRO. Sounds very similar to you. Just so happens that He also goes by D. That it sounds way more natural and it's great because we pay him pennies on the dollar versus you which we pay nothing. Got Outsourcing is amazing. It's great works wonder. We should switch the Philippines. I mean I'm down with it. So what she offer me. Today we got some big stuff that we're working on which will talk about more will tease it out through the episodes teas but there's a lot of big stuff come in. We got our first sponsorship. Which you'll hear from later on in the show. Now I finally say that show is it. Please don't tell me the block it with music. It's just like stupid. Bbb and the dumbest Shit fucking and add BBB. And I've got to cut it made word and just inserted fucking every worst cut ever. I dig it. It's not bad and then we got some some Valentine's Day talking and we got the Boxing Ju of Newark Nice. So what did you do for Valentine's Day or should I explain what I did I should? You should what you do for Valentine's Day. You know nothing. Nothing crazy still had a good time. How Nice night in with the. What identifies as she. So that's my car that's none of Your Business and enough to get the ladies rolling so yeah just had a nice little night in. We avoided the the Shitty consumer holiday that Valentine's Day is similar to Christmas. Which can also fuck off. I like both these holidays. See I enjoy both but I also just hate. How like you know me you know how I am with fucking money and with any right people like anything consumer is with half. I fucking hate all of it man but yeah like I like the holiday. I think that it's a cool day to really recognize somebody that you record they. You're you're like somebody really managed to you. Probably I think I like what what those Holiday Stanford? Especially Jesus Jesus crepes. Jesus crepes Nazi Jesus. Crepes point that in the tags again now that this review will show up on. Google. We can't we can't put Nazi on the tags because Google blocked us on podcast. They blocked our. What was what the Christmas holiday episode? Because you said put Nazi Jesus Yeah not see. Jesus God here. We are again talking now that we talked about it. I have it in the tanks. Don't do it please out. We'LL SEE WE'RE GONNA lose our sponsorship. I wish we would go back to like how the Romans did. Valentine's Day where you just basically get to have an orgy. And then you get your sex slave assigned to you for the next year. Okay in certain parts. I matter we're doing it wrong. Yeah right monogamy push bad a baby if you're listening promise. I don't mean it same. Would you not listening to do for Valentine's Day? I had a pretty similar harsh. I had a pretty similar experience. You know we just did. I went out with my fiance We didn't go to dinner because we knew it will be super busy. Which took a nice little day trip to some ghost towns and and the silo From the episode you chicken nugget. What would episode number two? Aj It's episode two zero two if you're on our instagram. You've seen the pictures that we talk about the silo together. Podcast couple. I forgot to invite you. You didn't forget to you. Just refuse to. There's a difference between forgetting refuse. You walk the original plan wasn't to go to the silo. Visit some ghost towns. You know. Find some minds. We got a break from the late. Eighteen hundreds of thing. I thought you were like from San Jose quite fucking you show me this or not or I didn't bring anything from them so it was really weird when we got there when we were driving similar to the original silos story. If you listen to that re parts of it a little bit here when they when the silo I appear they always described it as I showed up when it made experience with sweet tea him and his friend were driving around and it seemed like the silence of popped out of nowhere and we had the exact same experience was just kind of showed up. It was like a five foot hill that we went over and suddenly it was there like it's stopped the conversation in the same way like our stomachs Wrong terribly damn it was. It was so weird I wonder what that's like. I wonder what that feeling is fucking like. You'll never I'm not mad about definitely not we We pulled in and immediately another truck like fifty feet down. The road just pulled over and sat there idling the entire time which was pretty creepy. I took a bunch of pictures. There's a dead crow. Crow flew out when we pulled up. So that was spooky not spooky at Alfred Hitchcock right this. He had a silhouette back behind the windows and they it was. It was weird. Just we're gut feelings. Always Trust your gut but yeah it was a great trip. We also shot some guns something you also wanted to come to the desert and do with me but You weren't invited. I donated wrong trying so hard to make it work because we never keep on her recording schedule. We're yeah we're both the most riot unreliable fucking podcasts host to episodes out and I'm recording this six hours before it gets posted. We're just trying to do the most current events and you are fan. This is the most up to date. Podcast we've ever done. That is a good point. We're hours out. We are six hours away. It makes me stress. Don't talk about that six hours less than six hours. Actually we gotta edit this all right. Let's get into it well now now more importantly I know back when we recorded. This is the first to tie. Oh yeah this is the third fucking cut that we've added. Microsoft does not want us to do this and we're staring at the line to make sure it doesn't have Microsoft skype in fucking xfinity all just want us to fail. Microsoft's kicked an update. When we were trying to fucking record this and both of our computers froze at the same time we're like. Aj calls me and he's all. I think my Internet dropped us like my computer. Froze Egos all my God. Mine just froze to. It's like why why the fuck why. Now at that point seven minutes. It's thirteen that was thirteen. Prior to that your Internet kicked out and then skype was all fucking with my mic. And then Yeah earlier not even looking ten minutes ago Aj's computer took a shit on us. So I'm not angry that I've had to do the intro three fucking times and I've had to make the same joke on it three fucking times but if you caught it just no. I did it for you. I like that. You pointed to the book and recording for you for you recording. I have a good computer. I have a great computer. I don't know what's gotten into it. I think we're being suppressed by the Saint Louis wanting year chemicals in the water that are turning the frogs. Gay Well Alex Jones certainly dislike the things we're talking about. Yeah but so the government because of their whole leadship for a couple of the go on the lead so as I was saying we have a lot of big things that are going to be rolling out so keep an eye out. Were posting links like Aj said we have a sponsor so that's kind of a big fucking deal laying in the bio in the bugs leads the description not the bio in the description. Yeah not in the by. We'RE NOT GONNA put it in our fucking Yeah we're just going to be rolling out some new things. Keep an eye out and as usual always feel free to reach out Probably be doing a couple more giveaways here in a little bit as well. So yeah definitely kumble. Change eggs tuning in tuning. Keep tuning in tumor in consumer. Yes so back to those those boxing fighting underground bring Jews. I love that. You've heard that just the introduction to this I don't know anything about is still no nothing about third take and I still don't know anything about it other than his real name which I turn my phone off so I can't get thank God so you don't know it. No oh I thought you were GonNa make me look like an idiot. So the the person that we're GONNA be covering story in this. His name is net Arnaud but that's his boxing name. His his real name was so Jewish. It's just like how I go by. My real name is Maurice. Yeah Shit God damn it would have to feed. Took the fucking. Yeah so take four yes. I'm not even GONNA edit this. I'm just going to let this is just dropping out there. Fuck it all Syria. Now are no. He was born around nineteen ten. And you know great time to be alive by the time you're in you're just before you're ten years old. You Got World War. Two destroying the planet. I World War One. Sarah is like World War. One you're ten years old World War Two you're probably avenue fighting and then Korean works in but he's Jewish so he probably didn't have to go bottom out of it. Yeah definitely not here bone spurs so he there's not a lot to do in Newark New Jersey in the you know post World War One. Nineteen Ten's so you know what you do. The only thing you really have to do is beat. The shit out of people spend a large amount of his childhood doing that night. Imagine joining like mobs or screaming at your wife. That's another thing that I took life. But yes and the mobs come soon plays a large role. I come in. I know you're listening and I'm sorry about Valentine's Day I swear happened. That's three minutes of her life. Please take me back and are listening. She said the best three minutes. That's how long it takes for her. She's different wait a minute. Is that why the screen was based on? Is that what you're looking at me? Weird this whole time. Elevator is never seen a grown man with Dick that looks like babies a genetic disorder. Okay the share. I mean look at Your Dad's takes your dad right. No but here. Let me find the photo of it on my phone my we keep sidetracked. It's going to be one of those episodes so nat are not just would always be getting in trouble in school beating the shit out of people a lot of times who'd be defending his younger sister or generally any woman any young him he would just beat the shit out of dudes like because he was defending the girls are images beat the shit out of dudes and after it was done he was like it was ever rude to you and they're like yeah you know a couple years ago in like fourth grade. He was a cock and he's like I did this for you and they're like. Oh my God nat let me Suck Your Dick a little bit of both King. Yeah no he. He knew his shit. And you'll figure this out of basically. His parents would yell at him constantly because every single day the teacher would call or they'd send a note that said non Arnott's beating the shit out of somebody again like you gotta fix this. You're good Jewish family in the poor part in Newark. You fix shops downtime. You smack your kid around edit together. So at the age of fourteen he started amateur boxing. Okay like legitimate. As legit amateur. Boxing can be where they had arrangement. They would fight. People would bet on. Wouldn't make any money doing this but it then get a lot of that. That teenage angst out hunt interesting. It's almost like we do the same thing but we're not getting teenage angst. Were just finding as source for fucking coping. It's a coping mechanism. So it's totally not getting paid. Yeah Yeah we're just not even a coping mechanism. Enjoy my time with him. That's not true you know it. I'm half Chubb so he was amateur year and then he decided I'm GonNa go pro. Fifteen people were totally willing to like sponsor him to go pro at the age of fifteen. He didn't want his parents.

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"newark" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

06:13 min | 3 years ago

"newark" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Diners in east Newark and about how it's going to be refurbished going to take on a whole new look outdoor seating that's the part that that's where I said no no no it's a restaurant you can't you can't that's like the time I went to a place that has diner as part of the name of the place and they have like a linen napkin Satan now I think once you cross that line I think now it's a restaurant you can't you can't call that you can call that a diner so what does a diner have to have a what should never have one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five by the way real quick total aside but it's about diners real quick what's the best movie scene ever involving a diner I think the answer is obvious I would go to the diner now see now the end of pineapple express our road when he's I don't even remember optimize he laughed as boy that's already please are right that's what made me think of it because Seth Rogan laughs a lot in this scene is when the three of them are there and what's the guys they Danny Danny McBride and he's all shot up and obviously he should be at a hospital and instead ridiculously they stop at a diner and I just know your hatred of several full off a what does and does not belong in a diner Stephen Sucka sauna you're a New Jersey one one point five yeah I think locked in a a know that you can get him anywhere else but you know at least in the tri state area a locks off and what an exam and what is going to have a hearing on the beginning yeah it doesn't have that you would say it's not a diner are you just like your diner to have locks yeah I I don't know that you can get that in any any other place other than a diner okay yeah I guess times see I'm a bad person to judge Steve thanks for your call I have never once in my life yeah I see I hate I do agree I've never looked for that a diner Victoria in maple shade you're a New Jersey one one point five hi I love you guys thank you that is so well thank you on their behalf as well Kerry handles silver dollar you're closing the cherry hill mall has jukeboxes at the tables okay they don't still work to do today if they don't get out here yeah is leaving the company still maintains those there's still come to the comes right to even fix those when they break I guess yeah they even have a kid section in the back where the kids can pick out songs all that's pretty cool what keeping not alive all right so you're milk shakes are so thick they give you the fax five strokes and all right so with it so we would your main thing be that a real diner still has to have the juke boxes yes yeah it's gonna leave out a lot of the and then they got it looked like a diner with this over that's another thing too right yes sometimes a diner does not look like right there sometimes no stainless steel in a diner at all and it really just looks like a restaurant but the needed to have that length and shape in the stainless ideal online in car really came right okay right Victoria thank you call I don't think that you do I think you should have some of that like I think it could be like the dimensions I think could be big spread out wide open not like a dining car and you have to have a lot of stainless steel but some part of it I think should have some stainless steel Scott in Riverton you're a New Jersey one one point five a good a couple of things you need to have yeah I have to have breakfast a day old Mike I was waiting for some is a breakfast any Taliban to have decent pancakes if you can't make it the pancakes go home close down all right close down go home so you need to have one of those and I found everything included practice words potatoes an egg and a meet and it usually means either after the diner or the town or something crazy so a giant combo will collect yet the condo and it's usually the special and even named after somebody famous in the town or the name of a diner or you know something where you clues the call for you to choose everything like the cherry hill cherry bomb breakfast but ends up something like that exactly okay Scott thanks for your call the breakfast anytime I think that was an obvious we were thinking about that one and yeah what do you agree that that's got to be an element of a dying I would absolutely agree and because it the menu get always has to have at least one or if not two pages of breakfast and and they give you the menu anytime I mean yes absolutely did you ever hear of just talk about this without that tossed please but you've heard of diners that have a liquor license yeah I have never been one I only was wants to be honest with you but that I don't think you need because you get out of the bar it's kind of the respite from the drinking Raleigh rebound what is the point if you want you can have another vehicle is because the alleged drug by even if you drink this is a dangerous man I will take more of your phone calls we're asking this because there is pretty famous diner in east Newark it's being torn down re done but they're gonna include outdoor seating which just strikes me as not very diner like so what is a New Jersey diner to be an authentic Jersey diner have to have one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five time for the news to thirty.

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