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Finding new revenue models in real estate: Scott Bateman and Brock Fisher

Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

02:24 min | 2 weeks ago

Finding new revenue models in real estate: Scott Bateman and Brock Fisher

"Joining me on today's podcast. Scott bateman and brock fisher from property management software company homeo- by scott and brock heavy stance of experience in the pam sector and they have also been hanging around late agent during the transform program. Both is a major sponsor and as speakers so welcome finally to the podcast brock and scott. Thanks for having us. Thank you great to be. Well we've known each other for awhile and i. I'm not sure how you guys have. Dodged being on our podcast. Actually how's it because you must be because you say busy with your iron so tell us a little bit about that about the podcast. The podcast first year. So we run a podcast code agency of change essentially broken chatting a little while ago and found we get to talk to these remarkable people both existing customers and people that were just chatting with and inevitably you have these armaments that rarely go beyond that conversation and we thought well. Let's make a point of getting people on and sharing some of that with other people and focus on particularly property management mistrial. You're on the people that are really pushing the envelope in doing things differently whether that culture business model growth whatever. It might bayside spain. A six hour episodes in and been a whole lot of fun. It's exciting actually. And i think that's almost childless podcast dotted results having all these interesting conversations with paper just wishing that i pressed the record button and all of a that's what we did unreal so brock transformed twenty-one nice stranger to transform actually because i think you've been a part of it for several years leading up to this. How did you find transform twenty-one compared to some of the challenges that we've done year look. I really enjoyed the program. This year thought the content in the variety of the speakers was really powerful and always circle back to the point that from a professional development and a learning experience is really any bit of program out there by in terms of structure Actions in accountability but of the variety in the cross section of activities in the content. You're exposed to Iota it addressed a lot of the property management and real estate business pine points this year because we had a lot of stuff around the management of people management of conflict. Obviously social media stuff was pretty prolific. May which is something that they learn ways really curious about and then there was a fitbit about your engine property measurement in real estate issues silence effective business units. It was just a couple

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Mother arrested after 3 children found slain in Los Angeles

NewsRadio WFLA Programming

00:35 sec | Last month

Mother arrested after 3 children found slain in Los Angeles

"Murder. I'm Pam Puso Fox News. The victims were Children, ages 32 and six months, according to the Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles Police say that a mother who's three Children were found dead is under arrest. Officers detained the 30 year old mother more than 200 miles away from the murder scene. Law enforcement officers say they're still working to determine a motive. Fox says John Scott, the Children were found yesterday by their grandmother inside their home. Police have not revealed a cause of death. But Fox 11 is reporting they were stabbed. Ah, standoff in Iowa

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Biden to create commission to study expanding the Supreme Court

Glenn Beck

00:32 sec | Last month

Biden to create commission to study expanding the Supreme Court

"Has more than nine justices. I'm Pam who so Fox News, A bipartisan commission will explore that. An executive order creates a presidential commission on the Supreme Court. It fulfills a campaign pledge by President Biden to study controversial reforms like expanding the number of justices are setting term limits, Fox says Jared Helper and the Senate Republican leader, Mitch McConnell was quick to criticize the move, calling it another sign of the far left influence over the Biden administration. The

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32 years later, man to be sentenced for estranged wife’s Virginia murder

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | Last month

32 years later, man to be sentenced for estranged wife’s Virginia murder

"Up on 32 years since MARTA Haiti, Rodriguez disappeared in Virginia. Today. Her former husband will be sentence for her murder posted. Rodriguez crews will be in a Stafford County courtroom this morning. He pleaded guilty last November to the reduced charge of second degree murder for killing his estranged wife and hiding her remains in the median of I 95 they weren't I did as Marta Rodriguez until 2017 After her former husband admitted killing girlfriend Pamela Butler in the district. He could get up to 40 years in a Virginia prison for this murder, but he wouldn't start serving that until he's finished with his 12 year federal sentence for Pam Butler's murder. The

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The Tapes That Convicted Pamela Smart

Crimes of Passion

01:41 min | Last month

The Tapes That Convicted Pamela Smart

"Pierce walks slowly through the winning run at high school media center. She'd worked there as an intern for months but this time she felt completely out of place. Nothing seemed real. Thanks to the hard metal box strapped to her side and the thin wire snaking around her torso. She repeated the detectives instructions over and over in her head when she arrived at pam smarts office. She took a deep breath and studied her hands before knocking on the door as she entered pam stood up and moved in for a hug. Cecilia felt herself. Start sweating and frozen place like a cornered animal. She was sure the older woman would feel the wire under her clothes. She awkwardly turned to the side to hide it. Miraculously pam didn't seem to notice anything amiss and went back to her desk. Motioning versus celia to have a seat to before she could lose her nerve. Cecilia started laying her trap. Just like the police had coached her. She could feel pam trying to get in her head as they spoke saying she was sorry. Cecilia got dragged into something so tragic but cecilia pushed back. She was the only one who could do this. People were counting on her billy pete. Jr and the police all she had to do was get pam smart to slip up. She needed a confession.

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SAG Awards to honor best performances — with some distance

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:48 sec | Last month

SAG Awards to honor best performances — with some distance

"Socially distanced award show is on tap for tonight. The twenty seventh annual screen actors guild awards focuses on both the individual performances in the work of the on samba in series and in a film john. Bridgeton 's rig is on page nabbed his first nomination for his performance in britain and the cast scored a nomination for outstanding drama ensemble netflix's shows dominated with the crown picking up five nominations as depop. Tv's shits creek in film. Bloods minority the father. The trial of chicago. Seven and ma rainey's black bottom all received three nominations. Each the pre-tape scaledown show will air on tnt at eight. Fox's michelle kalina. i'm pam

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April the giraffe is dead

KPRC 950 AM Programming

00:43 sec | Last month

April the giraffe is dead

"Remember April the giraffe Back in 2017. She was an Internet sensation as she was getting ready to give birth of animal adventure Park in upstate New York. Her giraffe Cam became one of the most watched live streams and YouTube history. April had to be euthanized at the age of 20 Friday. She was suffering from osteoarthritis and had mobility problems. Her caretakers tried to ease her pain with joint supplements and meds. They even patted the flooring in her pen, but she was declining. The park issued a statement saying. Our hearts are hurting. April's impact on animal conservation and appreciation is both immeasurable and last thing Boxes. Jill NATO I'm Pam, who's held Fox News.

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April, the giraffe that became an online star, dies

KPRC 950 AM Programming

00:43 sec | Last month

April, the giraffe that became an online star, dies

"Remember April the giraffe Back in 2017. She was an Internet sensation as she was getting ready to give birth of animal adventure Park in upstate New York. Her giraffe Cam became one of the most watched live streams and YouTube history. April had to be euthanized at the age of 20 Friday. She was suffering from osteoarthritis and had mobility problems. Her caretakers tried to ease her pain with joint supplements and meds. They even patted the flooring in her pen, but she was declining. The park issued a statement saying. Our hearts are hurting. April's impact on animal conservation and appreciation is both immeasurable and last thing Boxes. Jill NATO I'm Pam, who's held Fox News.

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Security concerns reignited after officer killed at Capitol

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:49 sec | Last month

Security concerns reignited after officer killed at Capitol

"The scab has been ripped off. I'm pam puzo fox. News that from house democrat. Tim ryan following yesterday's death capital police officer william evans. The tragedy follows january's riot at the capitol. Police suspect who fox's identified as twenty five year. Old noah green originally from indiana rammed his blue nissan into to capitol police officers guarding the main senate entrance to the capital. The car then crashed into a barricade. Police say green jumped out and lunged at the officers with what was described as a cross between a machete and a kitchen. Knife police fired on green killing him. Fox's chad pergram fencing. That was erected after the riot had started to come down. The latest breach has officials again. Reassessing

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Some Are Experiencing Neurological Symptoms Months After Mild Cases of COVID-19

Daily Coronavirus Update

02:03 min | Last month

Some Are Experiencing Neurological Symptoms Months After Mild Cases of COVID-19

"A recent study is shedding light on the neurological difficulties. Some are having months after covid infection. The issues were even present in many. The did not have severe cases corona virus the most common issues or brain fog headaches tingling and muscle pain as is with many covert problems. Scientists think it's related to the inflammation caused the body when trying to fight off the virus pam belic health and science reporter at the new york. Times joins us for these neurological covid issues. That linger thanks for joining us. Pan am happy to be here to talk about this new study that we have talking about some of the neurological issues that people have gotten months after the corona virus infections. We've been hearing a lot about people with long cove. It's sometimes been called long haulers. Just people that are feeling the effects of the virus for beyond after they've recovered from medieval. But we're you know seeing things like brain fog. You're hearing a lot about dizziness. Just kind of that latigo. Six around with a lot of people and we have these neurological disorders. That people are experiencing constantly so pam. Tell us a little bit about what this new study. And who conducted it and what we're learning so this study was done by a special clinic at northwestern university hospital in chicago that was set up to you specifically deal with neurological issues from covid patients. And you know it's run by people who are neuro infectious disease specialists and they've seen this before with you know on a smaller scale with other viruses and so they sort of knew that this was going to be coming so they set up a clinic and they have been getting they tell me sixty new patients a month from around the country. They're seeing some in person and some via telemedicine. This study is a report of a hundred of their patients kind of their early patients and it is looking at the symptoms that they had and how long they persisted and any underlying conditions that they had all that sort of stuff

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Sen. Kennedy on addressing the influx of migrants still overwhelming border facilities

Kim Komando

00:54 sec | Last month

Sen. Kennedy on addressing the influx of migrants still overwhelming border facilities

"Influx of migrants. I'm Pam who's Oh Fox News as migrants Flood our southern border Senate Republican John Kennedy says the problem can be solved. Easy peasy, he tells Fox is Sunday morning futures that Border Patrol agents will tell you straight up that President Biden's immigration policies aren't working. They think that vetting people with the border is racist on every other country in the world thinks it's it's prudent. What we're doing now is dangerous. This is it's expensive that puts downward pressure on wages. White House press secretary Jen Psaki was on Fox News Sunday, pushing what she called a different approach. The Trump Administration was turning away kids at the border, sending them back on the treacherous journey or they were ripping kids from the arms of their parents. We're not doing that Sake also said the White House is committed to allowing cameras inside border facilities. Two

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A Look Inside The World's Biggest Vaccine Maker

Short Wave

06:28 min | Last month

A Look Inside The World's Biggest Vaccine Maker

"So rosa palm trees here green lawns. A little bit like a college campus riding in a golf cart up to the factory. Your some of these are the migos month. Rubella reviews vaccine serum institute of india was already the world's biggest vaccine manufacturer even before this pandemic the company says two thirds of all children in the world. Get its vaccines and most of them are made here. At a sprawling factory complex in western india inside conveyor belts with all these tiny little vial weasing going for automatic resilience section automatic. Visual inspection is inspecting me europe machine. It's a high tech operation but look outside the factory window and you see a reminder of this companies more humble roots horses in the nineteen sixties. This was a farm breeding race horses and one day. One of the horses got bitten by a snake. Suresh giada serums executive director. Explains what happened next. Bimbos do the lanes. Were not working great in india so he could not get their disney. We could not get anti snake venom serum in time the horse died but it's owner had an idea you said yesterday why not start making it ourselves. So the serum institute of india was born. It began making serums against tetanus and snake venom and leader added vaccines against all sorts of childhood diseases. They specialize in generic versions at low profit margins and export to one hundred and seventy different countries last spring. A tiny package arrived here by career from oxford university in england to the very small. While is one in chief scientist. Shali graham describes what was inside components of a viral vector vaccine against the corona virus serum scrambled to start mass producing them immediately in huge floor to ceiling stainless steel vats of the one. Embryonic human embryonic kidney selling yeah scientists petty ready recalls how he was developing other vaccines these fats when his supervisor told him to quickly convert everything over to the corona virus vaccine while under lockdown as the pandemic exploded it was difficult to follow very strict rules of solution during this People to do overtime. This was before. Clinical trials showed that the oxford astrazeneca vaccine would work. It was a gamble with so much at stake. He says everybody's waiting for the all mankind waiting. The whole world is waiting for it to this winter. When trials finally proved this vaccine did indeed work is celebrated internally. Not like party or something but we had that moment of joy gonna champagne. No no serum hopes to soon be churning out a hundred million doses per month of this one vaccine on top of all the other vaccines they're still producing here. The oxford astra zeneca. Formula is particularly attractive to india and other low and middle income countries. Because it needs just regular refrigeration not subzero temperatures. This is for storage area. The capacity of seventy million dollars. So what we're looking at here is enough to vaccinate. Whole countries is ongoing process of building out of cold storage along these conveyor belts and out to sixty eight country so far racing against russia china. In what some are calling vaccine. Diplomacy india's huge capacity is attracted interest from the so called quad. The us japan. Australia and india. They announced financing to help another indian producer make a billion more doses of another co vaccine but while indian manufacturers are partnering with global pharmaceutical companies. The indian government is challenging pam at the world trade organization. There is an agreement that binds all wto members to certain levels of protection for intellectual property. Twenty year patents. Regional thrashers legal scholar at the global development policy center in boston. She explains how india and south africa are asking the wto to suspend those patents. Cova vaccines so that companies like serum can crank out generic versions quickly and in certain countries the majority of the population won't be vaccinated for something like five years that gives those viruses a long time to mutate. So the argument they're making is not. Hey look out for us but more this is in the interest of all of us. Everyone serums executive director. John says he supports that effort at the wto watery required is a vaccine today. Not tomorrow you want to stop the disease and stop it sprayed and that can happen. Only if there is no restriction on using technology many global health experts agree. The pope has said he does too but some companies including astrazeneca have pledged to sell vaccines at cost without profit and suspending. their patents. They say is not the answer it would kill innovation and would not speed up distribution bottlenecks more to do with supply chains than access to the vaccine technology itself. Both sides of this debate are over emphasizing. The role of patents. Daniel hamill is a law professor at the university of chicago. He says the serum institute success chose a middle path. It got a license from astrazeneca. It's been able to mass produce vaccines within the current regulatory environment ensures the potential licensing arrangements without cancelling patents ceremonies if you're disabled to gain rights to make vaccines on a large scale. That's a good thing could serums factory. As vials of corona virus knock scenes wiz off conveyor belts inside chief scientist ms. Shali graham points to construction underway outside a new pandemic preparedness facility for another year or two renew community that has not actually ideas to have extra machines extra labs all on hand to make billions of doses of vaccine against whatever virus hits

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Biden poised to tap former Sen. Bill Nelson of Miami to lead NASA

AM Tampa Bay

00:32 sec | Last month

Biden poised to tap former Sen. Bill Nelson of Miami to lead NASA

"There are reports that a former U. S senator from Florida and space shuttle astronaut will be the next NASA boss. Technology website the verge sighting three sources says President Biden has tapped Bill Nelson for the job of NASA administrator with former astronaut Pam Melroy as his deputy. The verge reports, Senate and NASA staffers have been informally briefed. The reports have placed Nelson in consideration for the job, succeeding Trump Administration appointee Jim Brighton. Stein Nelson, who lost his Senate seat to Rick Scott, in 2018, also took part in a space shuttle

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Cuomo suffers major blow as top New York Democrats say governor must go

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Cuomo suffers major blow as top New York Democrats say governor must go

"More new york. Democrats want the governor to go. I'm pam who so talks news. Two more politicians add their voices to a growing chorus. Do york senator kirsten gillibrand and chuck schumer calling on governor andrew. Cuomo to resign reversing course to quote the multiple credible sexual harassment and misconduct. They went on to write that. The governor has lost the confidence of his governing partners. And the people of new york. Sox's brian yanez. The governor himself remains defiant. I never rashed anyone. I never abused anyone. I never assaulted anyone. The governor is also under scrutiny for his handling of nursing home patients during the early days of the coronavirus

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Dem split on jobless benefits slows relief bill in Senate

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Dem split on jobless benefits slows relief bill in Senate

"A jump in hiring is fueling optimism about America's economic recovery which could be a problem for president Biden as he tries to push his massive virus relief package through Congress the president's argue the economy needs big help at a meeting with economic advisors he said last month surprisingly strong job gains were partly due to government aid in December well rescue plan and these games are going to slow and later was told by Washington area bus driver almost Williams even those who still have jobs are struggling we had a title with handles on the first of the month and now with struggling to Pam on the fifteenth Senate Republicans are rejecting the relief package with Mitch McConnell arguing the jobs report shows the nation primed for a roaring recovery we are already on track to bounce back from this crisis Sager mag ani Washington

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The Launch Of The Jamal Journal IN Philadelphia

Black Agenda Radio

05:02 min | 2 months ago

The Launch Of The Jamal Journal IN Philadelphia

"Knew. Newspaper has hit the streets in philadelphia dedicated to the liberation of the nation's best known political prisoner. Mia abu jamal pam. Africa is coordinator of international concern. Family and friends of mumia abu-jamal. She wants folks to sign a petition in the newspaper. Demanding that philadelphia district attorney stop standing in the way of abu jamal's freedom. We do have the first edition of jamal journal in the nineties. Me and mia did. His newspaper to jamal. Journal was four of information is very first newspaper. That we're putting out is geared to what is happening to me. Now all the evidence and i just got a call from romania and his wife one thing will be a does do. He never complains about his sickness. Always usually find that out for someone else but he called me to let me know that. He believes that he had cold and he had went to the doctors up there and they were telling him no he. Don't they know he said his breed is bad and he said it feels like elephant is something sitting on his lungs. So you know. I'm asking people really to step up the work. Mia the district attorney here in philadelphia. They deblum is guilty. There's absolutely no evidence to show any judicial or prosecutorial misconduct case which is a blatant lie. Attorney in philadelphia. Mike record has went on record and stated very clearly that you know in his investigations moon is not only innocent. He's factually innocent. But what we have to use a conspiracy to commit cold blooded premeditated murder and they want us to sit down. Shut up and act like these fax is in hatton so he ate cranston who said there is no evidence of movie not having a fair trial in our journal. You see that. The key witness mr shelbert and who was a cab driver who said that he was missing. He what happened he said did move me. Shocked peace officer faulkner. He said several times in he kept missing missing. Shoot me at first but photographer by the name of polar cough was orange seen that night before. A lot of the peace officers got there and he took pictures men washington and another journalist. Linda got the picture some cough and the picture show clear was not in the ground at all showing the lie that the da is repeated. Today it's nothing but a lot the. Da have evidence that they beat lumia in our lady who was looking out her window. She says she saw when he ran his head into a poll. Busting it wide open. He was don't he was kicked with those steel toed routes kicked on his side and he was also shot so when they brought him into the hospital of course he couldn't stand up and he couldn't walk and they didn't just layton on the emergency room floor. They dropped him down on the floor where people come. In on those treads and to dr. See the moon. You could not speak above a whisper. He had to get right down to them to hear what it was he was saying. The police say their move was shouting and screaming. Yes i shot the mother. And i hope he does the best one. They claim that they have all the evidence be turned in some evidence a couple of years ago. They found six boxes. There had evidence that hasn't been seen so now near saying they have all the evidence. But i remembered on the night of december ninth which was in the winter moon into his wife. Had these one piece no sense. And that's what he was wearing that night so they say their balloon was shot at faulkner several times before the fatal blow and then they say that they forgot to take the tests showing that he had actually shot a gun. But when you shoot a gun is not only on your hands. But it's on your cloudy mummies clothing has disappeared. Some talk about you. Guess you prosecutorial and police misconduct. I'm talking about police. Abuse of a witness of person that they had knocked up right now moving and needs our help to rise up and jamal journal is online brek agenda. Look at that. Information is very pertinent. They dammed the kill mea three times during the time he had potato see and it was treating him for something else and dawn the died but was the power the people who brought them back we need sane power right now to put pressure on the department of corrections and also on. Da crash now who lied and said there was no evidence

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Amplify Your Voice with Ronsley Vaz

Cafe con Pam Podcast

04:24 min | 2 months ago

Amplify Your Voice with Ronsley Vaz

"Mitterrand's lee welcome to govern on. Bam bam awesome so broadly. This is the second go round when he tried to do this once and here we are again. You're later just about a year later. I think if not maybe a little bit more members from the first one. I remember we did yours. End mind like in the same recording musically and so we talked a lot about representation. We talked about your experience with being a person of color and having not really realized it until. And why don't we dive in. So tell us who you are. What's your heritage. Which is i'm in the us over everyone else. Rhonda's in australia and also you're in the future. We're talking about this before the recording Way the features eight thirty a m in the future. Now's ahead so when i leave australia night. Arriving in la. I arrived four hours before i left. Scottish has of his is amazing features. Spent a good day to be alive icicle yet. I mean i'm looking forward to thursday. Who's rawnsley what's your heritage. Well i. it's interesting. I've always struggled with identity and i still. I think i'm on that journey. All figuring out exacting by bennie. So it's a constantly evolving. Question alonso. I suppose to the questions constantly. Ask myself that. But my mom on a portuguese possible at my dad's in indian possible fire was spreading office. The only possible and osborne bearing in the middle east by mom was born in mombasa in kenya. So i've actually never thought of myself as a minority. I think is the would that i like. I never thought of myself as a minority. And i think that's the conversation he had maybe time because i was in an entrepreneur events where there was a session on minorities and someone asked me on going to that session and i'm like no. I'm not a minority minority and then bay said in hindi because i still understand riot out. He said it in job excellent but it's very similar thing like connie see the color of skin now's life. Us should stick with that so that was fascinating when that happened. What all that changed often. Black lives matter off the some conversations about representation about somew- conversations that i'm having so i'm just a citizen of the load totally when i find interesting is that it wasn't until adulthood. That was pointed up to you which it even much more complex and layered because i grew up in mexico city came to the. Us and the united states is notorious for wanting to put you in boxes. When you arrive into the us is like oh you. Are this whatever we decide. That box is and most of my audiences in the us but habitat people like it all over the world. And so your experience makes the answer even more layered because not everyone exists within the constraint. You didn't you. Iran's lead for a long time and i didn't fit him anywhere right so that was the familiar part of everything. Like i never fitting. Why didn't fit in need. Even i spoke in the with an english accent sauce incidents the ride and i come to failure. I have an indian accent and my indian turret still acts up. Don't get me wrong. But i had changed the way i spoke primarily because i think that when someone didn't understand me they didn't know how to ask again to the only way than you ought to ask again was to make like i wasn't saying correctly in the first place and i gotta john's to like you know break that down really until now this year even in the last few months so then now more and more i'm encouraging people to pull and that's why i think clubhouses amazing and obviously i'm one of my a lot but I love clubhouse primarily because you feel all these different voices and really listen because you know in cobb. Got to listen before you speak right. It's like a token stick. So you have to listen to this person and you realize that if you pay attention just because they sound different in the english is different does not mean that they're not smart or they're not intelligent in the points that they're making bright

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After The Storm

Fix It 101

04:31 min | 2 months ago

After The Storm

"After last week's historic ice storm. Man is not crazy then. Didn't feel like mississippi for a minute there. You might have even learned a few things about your house. Unfortunately a lot of people did whether it be. Just how much weight year roof can hold. That's one thing people learned how not to wrap your pipes and how to wrap your pipes. Those are things people learned. And and and let me tell you. Also that some of the things you might learn are about generators and did you have gas for your generator. Had you started your generator in a while. All of those things came up so you know you can join the conversation with us this morning by calling eight seven seven in pb ring. That's eight seven seven six seven two seven four six four or send an email to fix it what i wanted. Mp be online dot org. We're going to have the guys on. Just a second pam jeff standing by and talking this morning about all of the things that happened this week. It was just amazing If you if you had no problems at all count yourself is blessed this week because it just it was a mess for a lot of people and it still is a lot of folks. Don't have water there in even the places that do have water. There's a lot of people who when the temperatures down that low that was about nothing you could do for those pipes and mississippi is just just not a lot there so We've got a lot going on. We're we got a little Got some emails coming in and a phone call. You know what What i'm gonna do right now. I'm going to go to go to an email. Because i just really wanted to get This outright here okay they Has anyone installed tile flooring and tubs around with zero. Experience is an email. Has anyone installed tile flooring and tubs around with zero experience. This job frightens me. But we're thinking about trying to do it ourselves. What did you use to learn how to do this or Or should we hire it out. Well i've done this before myself. And it is a doable project. I will i will give you a couple of pointers from my point of view is to get When you do this what you wanna do. I read and then watch. Yes on on just about any home improvement project. You'll find that. There is a youtube video out there of someone else. Doing exactly what you're doing. Please watch that. This is what i did not do okay and another thing you want to do is start in a place that everybody in the world can't see and the reason for that is because you know you're going to be trying it for the very first time and working with some of these materials is it takes a little practice. The best thing you can do is to go say outside. Get yourself a like a piece of wood in. If you're going to do any flooring or anything like that put it on top of that piece of wood and try it. See if he could make the little interlocking things work see. See if you can make all that work outside of the environment that it's going to lay and say left. You're going to lay into a bathroom. Which is kind of a small space. It's a it's a hard thing to work inside that space. What you wanna do is set up an area to work outside of that space and try it out there. I get your cuts right and everything outside of the space. So how we doing their java things look any better for us now. We got a few minutes left. Okay this keep going. I'm trying to establish a connection. We had a is there. Here's a question. Can anyone recommend something stronger than drain. Oh you as a last resort. Before i spend a fortune on a plumber or set the bathroom on fire all right. So here's the thing about that. We've talked plumbers on the show before and plumbers say anything past drain. Oh you can buy stuff pastorino. Meaning that a stronger and that is that that will cut through more things but remember those things also cut through pipes if you do it incorrectly.

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"pam" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

Cafe con Pam Podcast

08:00 min | 4 months ago

"pam" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

"You. There are times. I will admittedly say that. I stayed up the whole night from about travel. Like i'll fall asleep on the plane but i'm going to get far leave and i have my list. I know what i need to bring with me. We're type might say. I know and probably the people that type easter probably like rolling. Their eyes like hon. But it helps. It helps everyone. Okay tanya tell me about poses a promise your this of princess a promise i am. I am the first woman. Ceo i am the first person of color is not. I have been leading the organization out almost three years come february and we are organization. That really is committed to ensuring that children have access to education and we operate in what my loud we operate in southeast asia or in laos and we're in africa in i'm primarily in ghana. We've built i've hundred and thirty schools around the glow we serve over a hundred thousand students and nothing brings me more joy and satisfaction than being able to serve students have neglecting when i I love it. How was it for you to take that seat as the first latina the first woman to take the seat of ceo for it's a pretty large organization it is. I was nervous. I will admit was nervous. There was a bit of fear right like anything when you embark on a new opportunity. But i don't take on jobs pam. I like to tell people that. I take on visions and so i knew that i was flying in that moment to take on this opportunity and if anything my biggest fear would be failing failing children right because with every dollar we raise every opportunity. I see a child's face behind everything that do and that's our fall and for me. I knew that it was going to be really critical to bring that passion. Even after at that point you know twenty three years being in the sector. It was the first time. I was actually leading an international organization much of my work while in education with domestic in nature. So this me a bit out of my own comfort zone. But yet again as i alluded to i hope poised to do it but it was a moment of nervousness but excitement nonetheless totally headed you kinda like when you're in that moment and you get this lake. Ooh am i really the right person. I've not done international work. My work has been national only. What's your internal self talk the asset. I want to be vulnerable here and be one hundred percents with you. I mean there's an imposter syndrome for a moment. You can't help yourself but what i've learned is the talk you have with yourself. Ham is the most important talking before you go to mentor. If you are giving yourself negative talk in never gonna succeed. So i was willing to embrace the boehner ability and the fear of saying you'll point have twenty plus years in the sector. I understand the work. But i haven't done. International work and my added disadvantage. Could i be disadvantage in this organization. Which i feel innately connected to out of the start so then you start having a positive talk with yourself. Tiny enjoying this great majority of your career. What you don't know now to mean in on the board ill leaning on the team and you're gonna lean on your kitchen cabinet right so i had those conversations with my mentor. Friends and i have those real conversations around imposter syndrome and not being afraid to to make a mistake will be able to say. Hey i don't really know that. But can i get back to you and so i i can do this because i have the passion and drive to make this happen and what i don't know i'm going to figure it out I love it and your mom. I am so how does one especially a latina mom because the the pressures are high like i had a conversation with chris ios and she talks about having to lean on her husband to make dinner because she was working at the obama administration and their long hours. Who knows what she's going home. So how have you managed that pressure of being a latina mom and seo all managed mental. Because i think as a latina. I've grown up with home cooked meals. You make meals for your family. I clean my own happel. Some scrubbing the bottom of my back. Tell that goes to the things the brain to do and life happens right and you have a full crew ear. Which is what. I currently have with two young kids at the time. Ten and a husband who has a full time job as well and recognizing the warm hours in having to get comfortable with messy. So my answer to you. And i have to get comfortable with messy and the way. I defy musty. Because i still won't have a messy health. My type a won't now for it but that means i had to esi with to her point. You know my husband thank god. He knows how to cope. He knows how to keep a house. And so i lean heavily on him. I don't know that. I would have been able to take on this otherwise and for me. Once i got married every decision i made professionally was a family decision now and what i will applaud my husband or is necessary. Shine apple talk personality. And he lets me sean. But he's the first time you knew that's not gonna work that way. And so i love and he's willing to call me out because i need a man that has back ball. But he's a loving and empathetic partner and so when we made the decision for me to take on this role. I sat down with him. I said listen. This job is going to require that. I traveled abroad. And that's going to be a huge commitment emlyn travelling to africa. I'm going to be traveling to guatemala. I'm going to be traveling to southeast asia and while i've traveled for other jobs. I was traveling abroad now. So when we're going to talk about a week at a time if not more willing to make that sacrifice because the bulk of it will now be on you. My man and i need to make sure that you can help me make this happen or as visit. Pay me to say now. I won't be able to take it on and he was like i got you nice. One thing that. I see a lot for working moms. Working women is that we take the load and we think that we need to carry it alone even like sometimes. Yeah you are a single mom and you don't have that support but sometimes they're our partners there and having the conversation early to say look. This is the box on my back right now. Could i put some of that weight on your shoulders. Because we're partnership and so having the conversation early enough to save this is what's to come you whip it or you're not a breed there's also a lot of conceptions on additional roles Right like s what you should be doing a you should be keeping like. There's a lot of pressure right going shopping household that you have to rise above and overcome and that's that's hard but in of itself and i think we need to give ourselves the permission to say that said there has to be traditional role. Just a show. I mean even in one's career. And i i wanna say this to your listeners. I remember when i was coming up in my career. Many of my mentors who were not people of color would say tanya dawood lead with your heritage. Don't lead with the fact that now. Your mom don't have a picture of your child on the dusk right that part of me. I was so proud that i wanted to scream from the rooftops could potentially not enabled me to move up in my career. And that's burning. That feels so heavy and deal with that like being able to show myself to be the super career woman. And i the part of myself that i'm trying to balance which is also being a working mom Oh i love it so much. Okay tonya so tell me what's next for you. What's next for pencils of promise. I think you know what's.

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"pam" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

Cafe con Pam Podcast

06:33 min | 4 months ago

"pam" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

"Because then you evolve like many of my mentors have become really good friends. And i'm so fortunate. I'd say i have a kitchen cabinet with all my distance spices. In when i need a little bit of this a little bit of that. I have people that i can call upon and it makes life so much richer absolutely in many ways and for example i have one of my mentors friend cool mark. He's a white man. My mentors are white. And i love having conversations with him because i always bring him back to perspective like. I'm not afraid to say brown people. Don't see that or brown. Think that way. That's not my experience totally and at the same time. I love asking him questions. Because for example one time he was talking about these boards on all these boards for all these things. And i'm like don't mark. You need a woman of color in these boards. So when are you going to invite me right. And he's like you need to slowly work through it because he gets paid to be on boards. Arner and i'm like how like how this is like so when we first started talking about this it was such a non traveled world for me that i was like wait. People pay you like companies. Pay you to come in and sit there you know. Having those friendships has opened my eyes in in ways that i'm like this is how they make shit happen that's right. I've learned that to going back to leveraging. A lot of times is natural to look for people to look us and when we're still underrepresented in many ways so why not talk to the people that don't see how they did it. Have to get out of your comfort zone. When i say i have. I have spices. I have people have off flavors yet so for me. It's so cool to see how other people think of course especially from other cultures especially the rich white man. His life is defined by his experiences that we have not had absolutely. I'm like well. Why should i do. And this is like the phrase of like sometimes. I put the pants of rich white man and the confidence that they have. Because you do it you know like why are you questioning you know answer one step like get on and i'm like but the fear you know so i have far more safety nests than we do absolutely we all a hers the app because we're so close to the floor you get it other knows he's like up there you know he's gonna find little and a couple of branches and who may be right back up literally one step from the floor so why stumble so much okay. So let's take a coffee break. Sorta on the tiny do drink coffee. You know what you're gonna laugh out that does not drink coffee. They're spending of you salute our twenty percent of my guests. Don't drink coffee right and speak leader. I like office lethem right. I like it so often. But i'm gonna be vulnerable here. I elected not to make coffee something. I needed daily to start my day because of my audience addiction. I wanted to have just be able to wake up. A naturally have energy. I have everything and there's power to that. There's so much power to that because going back to what you re patterns. You're like this is a program that i'm not going to put press play on pretty much. I mean listen. My husband is cuban and his father makes a mean and when he comes over a have my little dasa right but not your everyday morning brew exactly. Do you have any morning rituals. Pray i meditate. And then i worked out so i'm morning by to get it all in before my munchkins wake up at six thirty nice amazing and we'll talk after the break. We'll talk about waking up early and because we were talking about this before we started recording is very important in your life when you wake up early so on my end i am drinking for matic my usual and this. It's a mushroom coffee so i have. Add and with an awesome very sensitive to a lot of things and i realize that certain coffees would make me extremely jittery. It wouldn't necessarily make me sick. It would just be like. I would be like edge and i didn't like that. I love the flavored cough. You'll have the smell. I love the ritual of making my coffee in the morning but certain coffees. I cannot handle them in white set. So i started drinking mushroom coffee which has adapted genetics mushrooms. That help you focus so for example. The one that i'm drinking today has lion's mane in lion's mane is a mushroom that is really good for your brain. That's amazing so it helps your brain penalty focus and it's great so for you that you don't coffee for zeke. Matic has lions may only live. So they have the lion's mane the focus powder without coffee for the non coffee drinkers. And i have a code. If you wanna use it for dot com and my code is stay. Shining of corset is. Let's go back to the show salsa tiny so during the coffee show at home about waking up early in the morning and before we started recording. We are talking early today on my end because you're in the eastern and so were always a morning person always as a matter of fact. You're gonna laugh. I remember when i started dating. And i would date men that can stay in battle eleven or twelve. I said and i just knew it about myself. Because i tell you when i wake up i am high energy and i said i need to have someone that can meet that energy in the morning i can tell you. I've done so much more than the average person before eight. Am it's insane. I'm just of the notion not if you wake up early. You have a far more productive day before. I go to bed at night pam. I visualize what my days look like. The next day the things i need to accomplish. I know that in the morning. I'm going to pray meditate been workout and that's all going to get done before anyone else gets out of bed in mytalk just enables to be focused right as someone who struggled with adhd. I have to do things that are ritual that keep focus. Heat me engage in. Keep my eyes on the prize. If you will which is a successful day and then i just keep working towards that end. I may fall out earlier than most people. Because i've had a long day but.

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"pam" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

Cafe con Pam Podcast

01:52 min | 4 months ago

"pam" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

"This is pam. They govern gone bum. The bilingual podcast features latin x and people of color that fearless break barriers lives and make this world a better place. Welcome to episode one hundred and eighty five of today. We have a conversation with their brielle. An artist couple producing film and music with an uplifting message. They're on a mission. They want to enjoy life and when they say we. They mean all humans. They met a few years ago. When miguel hired brion to co-produce short film fly away and they've not left each other side since they've created short films corporate. Many docs music videos features and documentaries both for themselves and for clients are so excited to spend the next fifty years creating together. We live in such crazy times so they wish to put a little more light in the world through their work in spain they say bondo anita that in which means make your contribution so that's what they do out. Mg listeners. It's been a long a minute a long minute. It was winter time on my end. I realized the end of the year really needed a break me. I needed a break. So i took some very much needed break from the podcast. I did not announce that. I simply just followed what my body was telling me to do which was to not podcast and it felt good and feels great to be back. It feels great to be in front of the microphone talking to you and i'm honored to be in your ear once again. I missed me as much as i missed you and here. we are. Don't feel like sitting in a waiting room right now..

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"pam" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

Cafe con Pam Podcast

01:39 min | 6 months ago

"pam" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

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"pam" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

Cafe con Pam Podcast

05:45 min | 9 months ago

"pam" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

"Okay Wendy, , we have you ever combined finally. . League and we are actually live in person. . We are saying I, , know I know let's start from the beginning. . So what's your heritage? ? So my family came from what they might lack <unk>. . Yes, , they came here in the nineteen seventies and then I was born here and my brother was born here and the originally came to Hollywood is funny because my. . To my aunt, , still live in the scene apartment building that they first came two years ago. . Wow. . Yeah. . Crazy Ray. . At one point they were invited to purchase the apartment building in the apartment building is near the border of Hollywood end those fees. . Okay. . Feeding in La. . has become a hot property location where values of homes and apartment buildings and everything has skyrocketed anything boulder but I don't know ten times more than it would have been years ago. . So it's interesting because back in the day they turned it down. . To permit building because I think at one point, , they were renting three different apartments or for I mean everybody has like a little apartment in that building. . So that's part of why the owner was like. . Would you guys up to purchase it and I think a fear? ? A fear is not knowing the rules of this new country, , what they were getting into and people were. . I remember my mom being like Oh no no I think that's too much for us to handle its and they could have actually afforded it back. . Then they all would have pulled their money. . So the moral of the story is I would be a millionaire. . I. . Bought this apartment building that's on the corner near <hes> the border of Hollywood near Lexington ear Hollywood handle species have you talked to them about it? ? No you know what? ? I haven't in years I remember low and I was like twenty over twenty years ago when I was in college, , I was starting to learn about like wealth and property and how property gets handed down development of wealth over the years I remember then saying something to my aunt into my mom and be like you guys have an amazing opportunity where you could purchase the apartment building a two of my ex deliver to the state and they were looking at the time. . You know that was a lot of money for us at the time. . We couldn't see how can make that happen. . So yeah all my God as these shadow. . So that's so interested in like looking back like how with the story be different, , right? ? Yeah. . So if would have been me, , I would have been like, , let's pull our money and let's make it happen. . Now no one was gonNA predict necessarily that see ray s off of a place. . Yes has it has become but either way you just know if you're GONNA set for the next thirty years, , it makes sense to own the building if half of the people renting or your family. . Because you can count on them and the you know. . Yeah. . So it's interesting. . Yeah. . Now how the area has changed because it's going through like an urban renewal and so there's all these hippies moving like yeah gentle ricky gentrification. . Oh. . That's crazy. . So you've been California at Your Life I've been in California my whole life except I lived in Spain for about nine months. . Okay. . Senior your college how did you decide that you go to college? ? So I I went to a community college. . I didn't do all that great in high school. . I was very distracted with. . With, having , fun and socializing a lot again. . But it's interesting because I did really well in elementary and parts of middle school, , and so I knew I had the capacity to do epidemically. . In fact when I met up with people that I used to go to elementary school with they were like Oh. . My God. . But you wouldn't smartest people in our caused or you used to get straight <unk>. . They remember me getting awards for academics. . So I knew I had the capacity to do <hes>. . But in highschool got really lost I got really depressed at tie-ins. . There was just you know problems with friends or boyfriends or might focus was health sweat <hes>. . So I didn't actually focus that much on academics. . So in typical in their community college which I loved and met some amazing friends that are still friends to this day and I think something's sparked in me that I was like, , okay, , I gotTA. . Get my act together I got to figure out what to do to get together, , and for that to happen I was like I got a transfer actually get on the and I saw people that were at the Community College for like ten years. . I do not want to be that person I do not want to be twenty, , seven and stuff. . Can you call junk that there's anything wrong with that but for me I was like, , no, , I need to go to you know I need to go to college college and fell in love with Ucla Gone Eliot Matisse Salad, , for Undergrad. . For graduates collection. . Elsa. . WanNa do it from your vantage sociology okay. . Because I loved you know, , of course back to the socializing part learning about people learning about cultures. . Yeah and you know it was interesting major and loved the campus I loved everything about learning. . It felt like such a privilege to take your life and spend time learning rate full-time like that's it. . That's doing. . Yeah. . It's all you do. . Yeah. . So that felt really empowering is you stayed at Ucla Graduate School too. . I did okay I took a year or two years off in between I worked I came back. . Yeah. . What's your graduates <unk> urban planning interesting yes. . Okay. . Let me tell you about the school of Urban Planning's housed in was many years ago things have changed. Now, . , but was housed in the school social policy in school public policy in social planning, , and there were three majors under that school urban planning social work in public policy. . Okay. . In all three of them interrelated to classes together and all that

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"pam" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

Cafe con Pam Podcast

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"pam" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

"Her greatest successes was assisting into launch huffpost Latino voices into dozen fifteen she and her childhood friend Co founded. The award nominated feminist. Podcast more other lands were she and her co host disgust sex culture end embracing intuition as a form of empowerment all from Alabama's perspective. She loves creating impactful and diverse content for English dominant Latinos. Recently she collaborated with two women to launch. Only in a community project bringing together locals and highlighting North Jersey's best local events eats and more when she's not her nine to five apiece bs as a digital producer. She's working on glummer spiritual hikes and retreats for women of Color Cindy was born and raised in New Jersey by her immigrant. Peruvian parents and identifies as indigenous listeners. I Love Cindy and the conversation. We had was amazing. One thing I caught as I listened to her conversation again was when I said in the beginning. Oh I'm glad you're not Mexican to do want to clarify how proud I am of my culture. The reason why said what I said is because Mexican culture is highlighted a lot rightfully so and I want to be a police Bor. I highlight people from other cultures. Aside from mine so. I feel like I had to clarify that because when I heard it again I was like. Whoa PAM does so did very harsh. Now that that's clear I will give you a little update on my end since we are currently existing in quarantine. And if you get my emails talk about this briefly this week. Money's I did something hard. I took a voice class and I'll be fully transparent. I was pretty scared. Not because of the class but because I've worked in my voice for a long time and when I say at worked my voice I mean speaking truth and let me tell you even asking my teacher. Leelee about having a class together was hard showing up. Daddy was hard and using my voice with control during class was hard. What I learned is that sometimes we need to stretch a little to remember how much we can handle. I learned I'm capable of using my voice and you're probably wondering Pam. You have a podcast where you talk all the time but I will tell you. Sharing space with others is very different from stating my own opinion or standing up for myself or even voicing my thoughts. I've had to heal that little girl who was told to be quiet. That little girl who was told Giga Yeti Mass Bernita so this week is stretched and by the way. I am working on my vocal fry because according to Leelee might teach her. Vocal fry is a generational trait. Because we've learned to talk fast and not breathe enough. So I also learned to breathe and embraced a space of those inbetween moments. And since we are in the space F- stretching. I am showing up on Monday. April twenty seventh at six PM to share with you. How to make your daily routine so you can go from overwhelmed to mindfully productive and I want to make sure you understand. I'M NOT GONNA show up to tell you that you have to work into your eyes bleed or that..

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"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

The Thing About Pam

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

"High the thing about Pam listeners. You're about to hear a preview of the dating game killer. The new true crime show from wondering the dating game killer transports you to the nineteen seventies when serial killers paranoia terrorized. America for years. Rodney Alcala Criss crossed the nation. Leaving a trail of mayhem and mysterious deaths behind him. In the middle of his string of murders he appeared as a contestant on the popular television. Show the dating game. How was it that a cold blooded serial killer made it onto a TV show that millions of people watched and no one could see what he really was. Alcala was one of the most deadly serial killers in American history. Police are sure that Alcala murdered five people but the real number might be closer to one hundred from one of the team that brought you over my dead body in Hollywood and crime comes the dating game killer. The gruesome story of the most famous. Serial killer. That you've never heard of. You're about to hear a preview of the dating game killer while you're listening. Be sure to subscribe to the dating game killer on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you're listening right now runs the dating the dating. Thank you very much. Welcome to the dating game and we'll get right underway. It's time to meet our first. Three eligible bathrooms for game number one and they on September Eighteenth nineteen seventy eight. Millions of TV viewers tuned into one of America's most popular game shows in living rooms across the country people watched as the stage set rotated to reveal the contestants who would vie for a date with the evenings first. Bachelorette number one is successful photographer. Who got his start when his father found him in the dark room at the age of thirteen fully developed. The lights came up as the camera moved into a tight shot of bachelor number one. He smiled wide at the audiences warm. Welcome nodding with self confidence. His white dress shirt was open halfway down. His chest is long. Main of curly. Dark hair was perfectly quaffed brushed back and cascading down his shoulders and a young lady for game number one. Here's a young young lady with a welcome experience. Welcome you will sensational Cheryl Bradshaw Cheryl Bradshaw strode onto the stage in a sparkling Midi dress with puffy sleeves and revealing scoop neck. Her view of the Bachelors was blocked by a bend in the flower power inspired barrier host. Jim Lang quickly explained the rules. She could ask the contestants whatever she liked except for their name age occupation or income then. He introduced the bachelor's number one. Would you say hello to Cheryl please? We're going to have a great time together. Cheryl in the style of the show. Cheryl's questions were playful and heavy with sexual innuendo bachelor. Number one was particularly adept at matching her tone in bravado and double entendre he was comfortable in front of the camera growling provocatively commanding her to get over here. He played to the audience and they responded. Bachelor number serving you for dinner. What are you called? And what do you look? I'm called the Banana. And can you be a little more descriptive backstage? Before the show began bachelor number one's demeanor had been less engaging he seemed able to turn the charm on it will but it vanished as soon as it no longer suited his purposes as he and the other contestants waited to take their places on stage. He got in the face of one of his rivals. I always get the girl he snarled. His is dark empty pits. Welcome back to the dating game and Cheryl. We reached the moment of truth that we call it. You heard from the bachelor. You've got some great dramatic presentations and good answers. But now I'm GonNa ask you a question. We'll let the bachelor number one bachelor number two or bachelor number three in. Its thirteen years on the air. The dating game had introduced America. Too many guests who would go on to celebrate careers among its alumni. Were Farah Fawcett Burt. Reynolds and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Tonight's lucky bachelor would be no exception. Within a year his name would be no nationwide though it wouldn't be for landing his own movie contract rather he would be known to law enforcement agencies from Hollywood to New York and his dating game. Appearance.

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"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

The Thing About Pam

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

"For all of us. Becoming part of the story is something we try to avoid through my years. Covering these cases criminals try to impersonate others. They pretend to be cops and firefighters the US false identities on the Internet. They pretend to be all kinds of things the more credibility the false persona has the more the unwitting victim is apt to trust them but when when this happened this Kathy thing well I was pretty shocked. Everybody was I've never been involved in a case where the person who was involved in essentially framing someone for murder when onto do more like test the boundaries see if they could get away with more. I've never met anybody like that and for the record Kathy wasn't all that impressed with impersonator panting. She is smarter than everybody but the prosecutor said that this scheme was no better than a middle schooler could come up with no fancy middle schoolers out there no offense indeed so what about time out of the rest of her middle school team play out well. Let me tell you it was betsy murder the set off a series of ripples but it would be Lewis's that sent up to prison now that police had a mountain of evidence suggesting Pam had murdered Louis they were ready to act to my former detectives who were promoted to sergeant actually made the physical arrest myself and another detective word the backup and we were the ones that actually transported her to the station. Now the time had been caught. I wanted to know how was she in the car. Cold calm odd now unless you're PAM. We were explaining to her. What was transpiring that you're being arrested for murder? We have a mountain of evidence and and you're not getting away with us after that Pam had one thing left to say early statement to me was a little cold. Can you turn down the AC so I'm a little cold. That's certainly one way to describe it next time on the thing about Pam. We'll PAM's arrest mean that cops take a second look at her past not just betty's he's murder but another time she profited after a loved one died. You have one person who was the last person to see three people alive for the next to the last person and I mean.

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"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

The Thing About Pam

08:53 min | 1 year ago

"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

"Her exact words. I advanced on the man and fired until I heard click. Click Click now that sounded like something a military veteran would say investigators. Yoki cokie told me he immediately thought this sounded scripted but he wanted to hear pam connect the dots so he asked what what was this demand about Russ's money Pam told investigators the backstory as if they didn't know as if the whole neighborhood didn't know about the deep pam hop famine the prosecution's key witness against Ross Faria and now apparently Russ wanted his wife's insurance money. Hey it sounded like a revenge plot but was it. The police were quickly to nail down the facts in in this case they identified the dead man on the carpet using fingerprints man named Luis Gump Burger thirty three years old Blue Eyes Brown hair but when investigators spoke to Louis his mother she told them some important information about her son the fact that not only do they not have the mental capacity to perform a ransom kidnapping murder for hire. He was physically unable to do the basic things such as running it turned out lewis been in a terrible car accident years before one one that left him with severe brain damage and nerve damage in one arm is disabilities made it very unlikely that he could have done what Pam claimed and the evidence did not suggest a violent break in as much as something far more twisted the police releasing prosecutor gathered the media for a press conference to lay out their case good afternoon everyone on August sixteenth of this year. We're in about twelve ten that date Lewis Gothenburger was shot and killed by Pamela up while he was that her residence the investigation began on that date that very first day of the crime scene investigators found the additional carpet. No signs signs of forced entry by that wasn't all nine hundred dollars in cash was found in the dead man's pocket crime scene investigators instigated took pictures of every one of those bills and what would they show some bills Lewis is pocket were sequentially matched to a one hundred dollars bill in Pam's bedroom the bedroom he never made it into effect. We checked with sticking service and they said the chances of that happening in a vacuum. If you will astronomical right astronomical it turned out gum and burgers his pocket was a treasure trove be at a handwritten note on him to county prosecutor. Tim Lomar explained during the presser in engulfing burgers pocket appeared to be instructions for gump and Burger to kidnap hop get russes money from hop at her bank and then kill hub. It's not every day a murder. Plot is so neatly laid out. Most people prefer to cover their tracks bought what apparently rusted hired a Hitman for revenge who carried hand written instructions to kidnap steal and kill okay from the very beginning nothing about this attempted break-in felt right starting was the nine one one phone call. All A man was charging at pam threatening to kill her and her first word to the nine one one operators. Hey that's right. Hey this year it again. Hey hello this in my how help address you're giving you your in your wife now. I'm not getting in the CAR Makino up. You know it sounds like a bad play player bad script. It just sounded like somebody stage acting poorly black right now but the biggest red flag was the silence on the line before Pam spoke up. It's complete silence. If there is a complete struggle we should have been able to hear all that there's no sound no communication until the operator says nine hundred which are emergency and one of the big indications to me that was staged was most people don't realize that before you get picked up by dispatch etched near call's being recorded when pan I called there were no sounds of struggle no signs of violence. It's just a bad actor but the investigation wouldn't be over until they solved one mystery. What brought Lewis was to Pam's house that day? Eventually the police would have an answer for that to hey. It's Josh megawatts from dateline. Do you need your true crime. Fix on the go. Dateline episodes are now available in podcasts mysteries the twist from dateline subscribe now so you don't miss an episode. We'll soon tell you how the police connected Pam and Louis. It's a story that stranger than fiction but just to put your mind at ease about Ross. We're GonNa tell you right now. The police quickly ruled him out story pointed directly at Russ again but too many contradictory clues were left like Catnip for police and Russ he wasn't about to take the fall he went right over to the fallon police to set the record straight. We're able to confirm confirm. His alibi voluntarily provided cell phones as well as a handwritten statement but for what that note boat in Lewis's pocket it also mentioned his last name for Rea- so Russ needed to prove he couldn't have written that note and he had to and do it right in front of the police and investigator gave Rustic Clean White Notepad Russ held a pen ready for instructions stevie follow the investigator read the note found at the Crime Scene New Lawn little then Russ road out word for word blonde older and short and it's to lines Ken hub hub car garage for the record rusted already told the police he didn't know anybody who went by the name Stevie the investigator tore off the writing sample from the White Pad and then they started again one hundred eight thousand one eight zero the Stevie follow over and over cat six zero one two Russ wrote the note more than half a dozen times. You could skip two lines older two one eight as the minutes past his hand began to tire people. Don't write like that anymore. Once he was finished. Police were able to confirm what Ross I knew all along so we did actually eventually send that letter off to a handwriting specialist and he after his analysis stated that note that was found Mr Burgers pocket was not rushes he'd been clearing his name not just for the better part of an hour but for several years at this point so how did Russ a recently Freedman feel about being twice targeted twice by Pamela up creates a lot of anxiety a nervousness. Sometimes you don't even know what to think or feel..

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"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

The Thing About Pam

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

"So pity not long after the shooting Pam sat alone in an interrogation room. I'm a camera was trained on her. She was sitting at a round table wearing a navy blue shirt. Clean tennis shoes neon Lisa's her expression gave away. Nothing cold water to investigators hitters with Fallon. Police entered the room. Pam looked unruffled tidy. Even is found because I always appear on the news isn't disease but an incident investigator asked about her morning and and Pam's voice was almost breezy as she ran through her routine Carolina shower our guest walk the dog God gas used her Loyalty Card for her daily Soda Title One St Soda You get one free after so many he'd just escaped a violent attack back shot the intruder five times it had been one hell of a day but time couldn't stop talking about all these ahrends she had run the sodas. She'd had to drink say without some type of tactical training or were trying offers training is to fire and then approached the target Zeitz shooting you guys were on tactical movement target on the train and her demeanor seemed odd to investigators Brian Hilton Larry McLean. How would they have described her attitude lackadaisical lackadaisical for someone who just shot someone who just entered their home and tried to kidnap her very cash you here's what Pam said happened when she met her attacker? She just gotten home to let her dog out then she got into card had the best buy so as I start pulling out I noticed as I was backing their car came down really fast on Cross Street and whipped right in front of my driveway happened so fast she was startled couldn't think of what it could be jumped out and then he ran ah halfway up to try where I was hard and he jumped on my car opened up the door and jumped in my car and a nice as this. This stranger forced his way into her car. He was yelling at me to the bank and get raises. Money came into begging me to the bank. Hello Ross's money Russ Faria. Apparently this attacker wasn't alone. He'd been dropped off. I kept looking over his shoulder his accomplice not exactly so subtle and did pam a good look at the driver. Why are yes? She did dark here with how the Buzz dark skin like Hispanic Mendy the that sounded a little like Ross Faria was pam suggesting Ross was the driver indeed Ritchie was and this stranger just inches from her was still screaming but before that could happen Pam escaped went inside her house where her attacker chaser she ran into the bedroom called nine one one the man tried breaking down her door and she fired cash. You asked you say you pull.

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"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

The Thing About Pam

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

"So this is the place this is almost as hot as it was the day of the day investigator Ryan Hill Katie and I took a walk over to Pam's home and o'fallon Missouri it was August two thousand nineteen three years after he got dragged into a whole new chapter of the Pam Up Saga. It started with her call to nine one one. I'm online where's your margins. Hey Hey hello this in my house and ended with five gunshots and a dead man when he got to the neighborhood that day he told me on the neighbors route lots of cars. There's police cars pretty quickly. The media showed up story twisted new developments in a deadly shootout fallon Missouri leaning in versus four with breaking taking you Jacob Long just finished questioning investigators at the police department. There was an intruder infamous neighborhood. I would say it goes beyond that. Did you know initially as you came up here who you're dealing with initially when the call came in it was reported as Pam Huff Hossa fs yes so originally there was no tie in no a Ha moment until we got here and somebody clarified that it was the pam hub and e Japan up yeah her name and circumstances surrounding her are pretty well known and in this area Pam had called Falun Police Day hey for help. A violent intruder was in her home as Brian Hill can walk through the scene though red flags popped up right away mm-hmm entering through the garage. There's a garage door that leads into the house. That's where the gentleman was that had been shot laying right there. Once we're able all to maneuver around him. There was a door to the bedroom which is where Pam said that this gentleman was trying to force his way and the first thing aside from that body that stuck out obviously a couple of things when you're surveying seen that you're looking for that to see if it matches up with initial statements the nine one one call obviously we were looking for some sign of struggle some type of forced entry. There was none of that one of the things that we found very peculiar was a swat of harp at that had been cut out that was directly underneath the gentleman that had been shot almost like it'd been purposely placed there. That's swath swath of carpet had protected pans good carpet underneath from the gruesome mess just a piece that had been cut out and lay there and he was very conveniently lying on it was now that is strange. A Lotta strange things investigators in Lincoln in county were betsy died taken at face value but for investigator hill cody that was becoming harder and harder by the minute. I knew at that point that was going to be a media circus that there was going to be a lot of scrutiny on the case led in high profile people wanting to know what was going on. He had to move fast and I knew we had to do it right so he got to work. I'm Keith Morrison. This is the thing about pam a podcast from dateline. NBC.

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The Thing About Pam

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

"But pam charged with anything in this case no after the trial prosecutor. Leah ASCII refused to reopen opened the investigation. She considered it closed in a written statement dateline. She said in part there was probable cause to believe leave. The defendant committed the crime. A jury was firmly convinced of his guilt. A judge was not what she didn't mention was what the judge said about the police investigation as a whole in open court he said this the investigation into the facts and theories of this is case by law enforcement is rather disturbing and frankly raised more questions than answers. We agreed so we kept asking questions questions like one about Pam. How long could she say flying under the radar not very long it was two months after Russia's second trial when she had to face betsy daughters in civil court over the long disputed rooted insurance money as soon as Pam got on the stand. She seemed incredibly confident in almost like she was in control. All that's one of our producers Christine. FILLMORE CHRISTINE SAT through the entire civil trial and like everything involving Pam it it was completely bizarre voted him La- Marie Up H. U. P. P. Right off the bat she she was kind of giving him trouble and not answering the questions or answering more than was actually ask of her and so the attorney asked for Pam to be considered as a hostile witness your defendant correct sorry. You're the defended defended the party. That's being sued in the incident. I can hardly hear you this. Is that correct yes. Did you hear the question. Okay okay judge. I'd like permission mission to examine. The witness is a hostile witness at this time. She was clearly ready for battle. Do you recall talking to detective McCarrick on June twenty fifth. Two thousand twelve correct yes..

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"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

The Thing About Pam

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

"In May Two Thousand Fifteen. We're listening to Fam- hop and prosecuting attorney Leah Ascii a week before the hearing for Joel's moon emotion emotion. The two were seated in yet again a nondescript interview room. Ask You was clarifying if you things about the trust famine setup for I bet she's daughters. She didn't say worried. It's common sense. Actually both women were calm chummy in Asan. Make anybody rich person's slack jawed. Why would they even record but this. The dynamic was so odd as they complained about Joel. Schwartz ASCII began just blind entrance but I I just believe that the system the problems. I've had some tainted now yeah. I don't believe in the system one. There's lawyers along the way that the the this lawyer s that's Charles Neagh radio media. ASCII didn't like the way Joel was handling things and then the conversation got a little personal ASCII insinuated. Did you waited the reasons for filing. The appeal were juvenile justice. Somebody's got their. You know feelings her Schwartz. I used to lose it right and so that's really what it is now in in my being in essence about sesame. It's doing a disservice to the the taxpayers incessant. Listen here from the video. You got the impression. The whole situation was just one guy role to ask you and airing those opinions. She wasn't wasn't pam odds lawyer. She wasn't Pam ups. France far as we knew she was elected prosecuting attorney in Lincoln County Missouri Gossiping About Aww case on video tape videotape that would be made public but in the end none of ASCII speculations nations with Pam mattered because Joel's still came out on top after filing this motion. Russ's conviction was thrown out a new trial was ordered ordered for now he was released and preparations for the new trial began as part of that Lincoln County Sheriff's detectives conducted new interviews have used with Pam hop recorded naturally and she made a claim. No one saw coming. Bam told detectives she and Betsy had head of sexual relationship that she replaced with a husband would be for her friend. I never was in not with her. She loved more than just. I love you because you're whatever she was vastly relationship with two women who really aren't attracted to women explain it. It's not like she was a lesbian. I'm intact love everything about can't wait tweet Mike itself but such an evolution of emotional transfer. It's hard to know what to make. Mak- What Pam said here. She seemed to be implying that they weren't attracted to each other but became intimate anyway puzzling by by now Joel had successfully gotten Russ's conviction overturned he was working again with his colleague Nathan Swanson though neither one of them had any any idea what was coming in twenty seven years of doing this. I've never tried a case where I had no idea what the state's theory was going to be. There wasn't a whole and our defense again in other words. It was impossible for us to done this. We didn't know when she would allege. He did it how he would have done it what he would have done with with the evidence what he would have done what the clothing shoes pretty good at arguing. Frankly she was excellent. Arguing however there was no basis to support her argument and the way hey we tend to operate as we like to operate on evidence and that simply wasn't there well not quite. ASCII did have some evidence no witnesses at the top it off. She had an important letter a letter that supposedly incriminated Ross a letter that centered around who else am up but with all her excellent arguing be good enough for her to win this case a a second time.

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"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

The Thing About Pam

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

"That is of course Joel is defense attorney who by the way let us conductors interview without him even being present. There's nothing that I can say. It's going to hurt them. Everything he's telling us the truth. There's nothing nothing you can ask Russ. That wasn't brought up in those two days of interviews with the police. I have interviewed other prisoners without lawyers but this this is like years later when the peels have run out those our producer cathy singer usually when it's fresh like this and there's an appeal possibility ability they don't want the client to say anything without them there because they could say something that would just you know be a mistake somehow how later in the appellate process so what was different about this guy was emphatic that respirator was completely innocent and if have we learned one thing from this story so far it was that if Joel Schwartz is emphatic about something it was probably best to let him do his thing unless you're pam of course because as emphatic as Joe was about his client's innocence he was equally determined to point the finger elsewhere. I'm Keith Morris. This is the thing about Pam a new podcast Josh from dateline. NBC.

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"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

The Thing About Pam

11:15 min | 1 year ago

"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

"It's Josh megawatts from dateline. Do you need your true crime. Fix on the go. No dateline episodes are now available in podcasts mysteries with a twist from dateline subscribe now so you don't miss an episode here to read the arguments my colleague Barbara Rab Senior producer at NBC. I I want to thank you for your attentive listening. It started out innocuously enough to them then she started getting I think creative. He decided this would be the ultimate role play the the ultimate game the ultimate way to stage but it required all hands on deck. It required a pretty good. First thing she did was accused for people of murder. I think he brought it to his friends. I think he talked about how would we do this. How would the ultimate role play happen. It just so happens she'd she'd stated in her is visiting plan for years and years in the making tonight was the night and it was ludicrous the night the tonight. We've been talking about for months for years. The night it's here. It's real tonight is the night he then. According to the prosecutor went to his his friends said guys tonight's the night he'd left his cell phone sped home for some reason she argued. He then had sex with her one last time he leaves his phone he he heads back to troy. He comes into the house. Betsy is on the couch. She's covered in a blanket and I submit to you that he has sex with her that he violates her one more time that he controls her. Just one more time I'm going to humidity all sounds a little graphic little farfetched. It's about to get stranger injure because in the end only eight sperm were found in Betsy eight in the police interview with Russ. He said that they were intimate on Sunday night. This was Tuesday night which would account for eight sperm still being present but that didn't stop the prosecution from arguing that Russ violated betsy before the murder and then showered now in the initial search. The pipes were searched. There was no evidence that a shower was taken. There was no blood in any of the pipes they were actually removed and tested. It goes back takes a shower gets any evidence off of him that he has many comes out he then get out of the shower. I remember her saying. What do you do. When you get out of the shower. You put your slippers clippers on show he went to clean up with his slippers on presumably still naked you can tell that he's moving when he's on that call and I would submit to you that while he's talking to nine one one he realizes the slippers. The killer gets careless. He's thought of everything else. It's perfectly staged but the slippers so he took the slippers off took the slippers back hid them in his closet came back in cleaned up. I guess waited till his his friend who picked up the receipt returned the cell phone and immediately upon returning the cell phone. He called the police and reported as a suicide. The prosecutor spun quite detail in her closing argument but remember closing arguments are not considered evidence in a court of law. Only problem was sometimes. It's difficult for jury to remember that without any evidence. ASCII accused four people have helping murder betsy and without any evidence. She hinted that Russ sexually assaulted his wife had violated her one last time. Joel told me he he was infuriated for her to accuse those four people of doing this is not only insensitive in my mind. It's immoral to do that. In a position of authority that she is in but by now now he was used to being frustrated by this strange case you've encountered hurdle after hurdle in preparing Russia's defense and one of the biggest hurdles with some of Joel's rose best evidence couldn't use it judgmental. Meyer refused to allow it to be presented to the jury fell. I pulled my hand banging my head against the bench. I've never encountered decisions like that. According to Joe there was an alternate suspect and she was very very close to the case. Perhaps even the key witness Tam Hopp the judge would not allow him to ask this person any questions that would indicate she could be involved like maybe she lied about her whereabouts. It's based on her cell phone tower information that she had gotten insurance money insurance money. The prosecution argued. Oh you did this was a case about greed Russia's greed but how can that be if pam was the one who received the big payout in the beginning. Ross and other members of family were trying to figure out where the insurance money was to help pay for the funeral and then they started looking got one of the policies for one hundred fifty thousand dollars so four days before betsy murder the beneficiary and one of her life insurance policies as for one hundred and fifty thousand dollars so switched into Pam's name from Russia's name yet pam escape scrutiny. Somehow might be asking king. How did nobody know about the switch way here the story both women had worked in shirts for years in fact they worked together and yet they didn't go to a notary or an insurance office to make this change. No they went to a local library and they went up to a young woman there who worked the desk and said can you just sign this form and she did and and they put it in the mail and and the beneficiary was switched to pam but don't worry. Pam had an explanation for that too. She said it was betsy idea that that's wanted to meet her and she showed up the library one day and she had formed sold out but y Pam why would betsy choose her. She's been on the record saying that Betsy wanted her to have the money so that she could help her daughters out when they needed it and she was afraid that Russ in his grief for just spend too much money especially on the daughters yes the spendthrift husband. That's how Pam explained it. She said Betsy trusted her. You're to handle the money responsibly. I guess I look at it to find. You talked about the fact that she had some insurance she'd mentioned insurance to yes talked about it. She said Ed I'm going to make you the beneficiary if you could when my daughter's older give them some money I said okay well. How much is four hundred fifty thousand in Dallas. The insurance company called the cops to make sure that Pam should get the proceeds. They wanted to make sure she wasn't a suspect. In bed sees murder. Police said No. She's not a suspect at all. Go ahead. The cops gave the green light to Pam Hobbs insurance payout. This fact fact never stopped being odd. No matter how many times I've thought about it they took Pam's story at face value without looking more deeply in the the fact that she was the last person to see our live and the beneficiary form was signed just four days before betsy smarter that you'd think would be a huge red flags a- initially after Betsy Seth Pam was friendly with the family but then they found out that she got the insurance money and she was keeping it for herself and they wanted some of that money be used for the funeral and she said no and she thought that's wrong. Why should betsy pay for own own funeral when her husband killed her and I think that was the turning point that's when I think their relationship fell apart and that was that Pam got the money she put one hundred thousand dollars into a trust for betsy daughters and she told investigators that she gave the remaining fifty thousand dollars to a struggling family she knew Joel these things added up to motive but the jury never heard about any of them. You might be asking why well judge men and Meyer told Joe this evidence was is to be excluded because it was not relevant it would serve as a red herring and merely confused juries what I was told in every case I've ever handled a witnesses bias and interest comes in a witnesses prior. Inconsistent statements come in. I have a right to cross. Examine him on that. Well not according to this judge at this point. There was just no way to know how seriously the jury would take the prosecutor's closing statement after four hours. The jury came back with a verdict guilty first degree murder punishment management life in prison. You know I've been through this. The worst part of it was looking at Russia's face. He was in shock. He couldn't believe it and I haven't lost sleep in a long time over something in this business and I lost for longtime insurance you know how on Earth does a man with a corroborated liberated alibi get convicted murder. The jury was left with no alternative and in most people's words the husband David who else would have Russ went to prison. Betsy family was relieved. They could more now by this story. Ori Wasn't over. Let's go to Joel's office. It was two thousand fourteen. He was still working with Russ attempting attempting to file in the field for his client and then he got a phone call. It was another lawyer working on a civil case between Betsy Farinas daughters and an pop case about the money time God after her friend's murder said there was something odd but the case something that happens right after rush was convicted something still might want to look into a trust had been opened in the name of the kids approximately five days prior to the commencement trial that trust was funded on that day but how quickly things would change only twenty days after the trial. Pam Dreamed Trust was defended over ninety nine point seven percent of what had placed in their ooh dear pam got the payout and the girls cut nothing that it didn't look good.

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"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

The Thing About Pam

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

"The funny thing about making dateline is that a lot of times. The murderer is pretty obvious so it's up to us to take you on a journey. Make you question your own assumptions. Your biases and your gut and this story seemed pretty straightforward. Right husband killed his wife. The cops sure this. Oh Russ Faria was the prime suspect within a day of his nine one one call and it didn't take much to get the neighbors whispering he must have done some betsy friends believed it in time her family would too but was this an open shut that case now no it wasn't and this time instead of US creating the journey we got sucked into into one of our own in two thousand eleven when Russ found his wife Betsy dead just after Christmas. He had no idea that in in a few short days he was going to be charged with her murder and that their entire marriage would become public father dissected by everybody they were close to some warm memories came out in the beginning. They were very happy. I just thought that they were happy couple. We we knew that he could not have committed this crime in time. Some unflattering wants to describe him. As a pig man he was a guy's guy and uh-huh pretty crude and rude there was this anger in him that he he could hide and he could put on a front What people said about Russ two lawyers and two investigators ran the gamut so how was it the cops decided what opinions they've valued to get the most same way many of us do by settling on the ones that feel the most plausible I'm Keith Morrison this dateline. NBC's newest podcast the thing about Pam.

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The Thing About Pam

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"pam" Discussed on The Thing About Pam

"Was no big deal for Pam to give his wife a ride home on the phone that's. He said she had something. I need to talk to him about it good or bad and she says well. It's a word I said okay. We'll see later. That was the last time I e hung up. The phone ran a few errands gases for gas and trump. They got the highway and you had to get cigarettes. Cigarettes dog was on food call. My mom went away said you'll have various run for below. Mike's Alexa Mike hosted game night. Every Tuesday and Russ went every week. Take that night. He got there around six and settled in with Mike. Mike's Girlfriend and a couple of other friends watch some TV. What movies did you watch. watch. Kobe the new code then we started watching this McCall road the road here but it was born Cormac McCarthy's the road boring well to each his own russ left about nine. PM since he missed dinner with his mom and had smoked the little we'd with his friends he was hungry so he stopped at Arby's retirees around. I guess a little after nine o'clock sandwiches where did you. What time does he get home. I'd say probably nine forty five. Let's debrief. Russ and Betsy spoke on the phone about five. PM then he ran errands for the next hour filled up his tank picked up cigarettes dog food couple of ice t's he got to Mike's House for game night about six. PM left at nine they stopped at Arby's and drove thirty or so more minutes to get home clocking his arrival nine forty nine forty five according according to official records. Russ made that nine one one call at approximately nine forty that night so his story checked out back but you can tell that something wasn't sitting right with detectives. Does anybody else besides you right now. No not the did you call the police I called.

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