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"orleans tracy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"orleans tracy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Coming up at ten if you're gonna show of course which is the theme being a different kinds of stories on that theme today show held hostage in this the second half of our program we moved people who get held hostage without a gun or a knife for any kind of traditional captor and then they have to figure out what to do we arrived at two of our show act two misdeeds this is a kind of classic story of people who are not looking for trouble and then the trouble came looking for them when Curtis tells the story eleven years ago Tracy Porter's and her husband Oscar we're living in New Orleans Tracy was a nurse in her late twenties her husband ran a night club in the city they're planning for their future and they decided to invest in the house the check out a city program that seizes blighted properties and sell some cheap and they found a rundown duplex in a decent neighborhood it's basically just a shell four walls and a roof and not much of a floor this meant something like fifty or sixty thousand dollars fixing it up for a while we lived in one unit rented out the other then they moved out and rented golf the whole process went just as that hope until two thousand three one pretty much out of the blue Tracy for just got a call from her talents they get eviction notices on the up stairs portion and the down and there call in US hysterical and the and and they're like what is going on we paid our rent I mean how do we have some kind of problem I mean I think we had a problem election papers have been filed by personally used on the building a guy named Nathaniel dial Tracy figured it was a misunderstanding of some sort the dollar's probably just confused and didn't understand that the city of sees this property and sold it to somebody new whatever it was she was sure simple explanation would clear things up with Mr dial she was wrong.

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"orleans tracy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"orleans tracy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"There is a genius the certain industries power even if you don't know your even if you don't want to be part this judgment is coming up at one o'clock and then also the program rebroadcasts of eleven o'clock tonight right now seventy six degrees in napa this is American life America last if you're gonna show of course which is the theme bring a different kinds of stories on that theme today show held hostage in this the second half of a program we moved people who get held hostage with that gun or a knife for any kind of traditional captor and then they have to figure out what to do we have a right to that two of our show act two misdeeds this is a kind of classic story of people who are not looking for trouble and then the trouble came looking for them when Curtis tells a story eleven years ago Tracy Porter's and her husband Oscar we're living in New Orleans Tracy was a nurse in her late twenties her husband ran a night club in the city they're planning for their future and they decided to invest in the house they check out a city program that seizes blighted properties and sell some cheap and I found a random duplex in a decent neighborhood is basically just a shell of four walls and a roof and not much of a floor and I spent something like fifty or sixty thousand dollars fixing it up for a while we lived in one unit rented out the other then they moved out and rented balls the whole process went just as I'd hoped until two thousand three one pretty much out of the blue Tracy for just got a call from our tenants they get eviction notices on the up stairs portion and the down and they call in those hysterical and the and and they're like what is going on we paid out ran I mean how do we have some kind of problem I mean I think we had a problem election papers have been filed by personally used on the building a guy named Daniel dial Tracy figured it was a misunderstanding of some sort the Dallas probably just confused and didn't understand that the city and sees.

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"orleans tracy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"orleans tracy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Life mera glass if you're gonna show of course which is the theme being a different kinds of stories on that theme today show held hostage in this the second half of a program we move to people who get held hostage with that gun or a knife for any kind of traditional captor and then they have to figure out what to do we have a right to that two of our show act two misdeeds this is the kind of classic story of people who are not looking for trouble and then the trouble came looking for them when Curtis tells the story eleven years ago Tracy Porter's and her husband Oscar were living in New Orleans Tracy was a nurse in her late twenties her husband ran a night club in the city they're planning for their future and they decided to invest in the house they check out a city program that seizes blighted properties and sell some cheap and they found a rundown duplex in a decent neighborhood is basically just a shell four walls and a roof and not much of a floor this meant something like fifty or sixty thousand dollars fixing it up for a while we lived in one unit rented out the other then they moved out and rented balls the whole process went just as I'd hoped until two thousand three one pretty much out of the blue Traci boy just got a call from our tenants they get eviction notices on the up stairs portion and the down and there call in those hysterical and the M. M. M. like what is going on we paid our rent I mean how do we have some kind of problem I mean and I think we had a problem fiction papers have been filed by personally used on the building a guy named Nathaniel dial Tracy figured it was a misunderstanding of some sort the Dow is probably just confused and didn't understand that the city of sees this property.

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"orleans tracy" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"orleans tracy" Discussed on KCRW

"Show of course which is the theme being a different kinds of stories on that theme today show held hostage in this the second half of our program we moved people who get held hostage without a gun or a knife for any kind of traditional captor and then they have to figure out what to do we have a right to that two of our show act two misdeeds this is the kind of classic story of people who are not looking for trouble and then the trouble came looking for them when Curtis tells a story eleven years ago Tracy Porter S. and her husband Oscar we're living in New Orleans Tracy was a nurse in her late twenties her husband ran a night club in the city they're planning for their future and they decided to invest in the house they checked out a city program that seizes blighted properties and sells them cheap and they found a rundown duplex in a decent neighborhood this basically just a shell four walls and a roof and not much of a floor and I spent something like fifty or sixty thousand dollars fixing it up for a while we lived in one unit rented out the other then they moved out and rented balls the whole process went just as I'd hoped until two thousand three one pretty much out of the blue Tracy Porter's got a call from our tenants they get eviction notices on the up stairs portion and the down and there call in US hysterical and the M. M. M. like what is going home we paid our rent I mean how do we have some kind of problem I mean I think we had a problem fiction papers have been filed by a person who used to own the building a guy named Nathaniel dial Tracy figured it was a misunderstanding of some sort the dollar's probably just confused and didn't understand that the city and sees this property and sold it to somebody new whatever it was she was sure a simple explanation would clear things up with Mr dial she was.

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"orleans tracy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"orleans tracy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"When Gildo joining us, so many things to talk to Glenn about Glenn always great to have you on been a busy couple of weeks in Louisiana from cozy extension to the saints. Whatever you wanna call it. Good afternoon robbery. That's what it was. So what I ask you. I mean, what is the level of interest in Louisiana for Sunday's Super Bowl is is there any? Well, yeah, there's there's some interest. But there's going to be a lot less people from Vienna. Watching that Super Bowl, I think I know there's a bar do Orleans Tracy's popular sports bar that's gonna be show in the Saint Super Bowl from two thousand ten. The real simple zone. And there's this big party with lots of local musicians like Kermit rough and said are having a, you know, a party during the Super Bowl that does not include the Super Bowl. So it has a lot of anger about that. You know, that was that was a historically bad call that was like the stabler holy roller back in seventy eight. But that that game was if ever since outright groan probably the most wrong when since then. Glenn interested, and I've lived in that state, but I lived in north Louisiana so much. I got a really good field. But I mean, we know LSU is the state school. And everyone loves the Tigers does the draw the saints make its way all the way through the state or or is it primarily the central to southern part of the state. I'm going gonna tell you the saints have of Archer following in Louisiana. Then LSU does really the. But that's because and this this would be true if Alabama head an NFL team, Paul. I mean, you almost have to stay a hoot Saleh Bama in the state of Alabama because they're Auburn fan. Right. Okay. That's funny. So had that in the NFL when there's just one teen in the state. You know, nobody hates the saints in Louisiana, and might be some people Shreveport their cowboy fans that, but this that's very low number whereas this people in Lafayette from U L, L and rust and from Sanitec that kind of hate LSU night, quite as much as Auburn people hate Alabama. But but you don't have that hate of an NFL team. And and that I was reminded of that again during this aftermath of the sped call, you know, you can just. Really feel holiday saying fans are on the state and felt that the Super Bowl running. And when they almost got there again in eleven, and and you know, LSU has fans out some of like, just sippy. But I don't think as much as the saints and the saints of really big on the Gulf Coast. They go to that. When I worked in mobile, and whereas those those are Alabama people there, and there's a lot of things that Jackson the city, and you know, going back to our humanity. So so the seats in in a way have have more of a following LSU. Talking to blend give really interesting some of the and I realized that the saints have had a tortured relationship with the NFL, especially Roger Goodell disco. This goes back a long way, especially to the bountygate situation. Sean Payton being suspended for a year. Did that ever die down did that ever go away? And and how how much worse is this. This probably not as well. I'd say, it's it's pretty bad. I mean, it may be just as bad. I mean Goodell to the saints coach away for a whole year on a suspension, you know, people were thinking this suspension before winks or eight weeks, and he deserved a suspension. There's no question but a whole year. So it seemed like there was a personal vendetta from Cadel against Peyton. And you know, I haven't really heard that about this situation. But there's a lot of hate for Goodell. Still if it was wearing all at all, you know, it's it's it's back especially with some of his comments yesterday. And you know, he's talking about how the league still healthy and the rest are great and everything. And and the amazing thing is Goodell was instrumental in keeping the saints in New Orleans back after the hurricane. It was mainly Paul Tagliabue. But you Dell was. His point man in the city did a lot of work people. Forget that. I, you know, as mainly Tagliabue and the governor of Louisiana Doug Ford who runs the Superdome, really stopped..

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