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"paterson new jersey" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Next week. The story from Carla Katz, she told it in New York City, where W. N Y. C is a media partner of them off. Here's Carla. So I grew up in Paterson, New Jersey, which is famous for the great Falls of Passaic, the rapper, Fetty wop and violent crime. So it was normal for me in elementary school that our teachers would line us up at the schoolhouse door at the end of the day. And count off 123 run. And we were supposed to race home as quickly as humanly possible to avoid being shot or snatched by some psycho. Upside as I turned into a lifelong runner on You know, I loved school, but things were tough for me at home. My father had a hair trigger temper and I had what my father referred to as a big mouth. It was not a good combination, and my mother would beg me to just don't egg him on. You know what he's like. And I promised all the time to be quiet. But that was very hard for me. But when I walked into the school house door every morning, I felt safe and special. My kindergarten teacher. Mrs. Rocker was this sort of big loving woman and she made me her assistant to help the other kids learn how to read because I already knew how I'm not bragging, but um and all my teachers going up were wonderful until I hit fourth grade. Mrs Campbell. Mrs Campbell, My fourth grade teacher, Woz Finn is a rake and mean as a snake, and she was the worst kind of bully and adult that picks on kids. And she was mean to all of us, but she had a particular affinity for just torturing this one boy, Paul Bosco, Reno and Paul was a chubby kid from a big Italian family that lived in my neighborhood and the boss Carino sort of look like Russian nesting dolls. If you You pull them apart, and Paul and I weren't really close. But you know, we were friends from the neighborhood and one particular day, Mrs Campbell called Paul up to the blackboard and he was moving a little slow and she just started in on this. Her usual sort of barrage of insults. Move your fat butt stop waddling and Paul was looking down and starting to cry, and I was doing everything I could honestly to avoid on eye contact with the Mrs Campbell because I just didn't want to be next. I'm looking down into my lap and I just felt something welling in my chest. And before I knew it, I heard myself scream. Leave him alone, You witch! Pretty sure she heard bitch, but She forgot about Paul and she dragged me up to the blackboard and she just started whacking me across the backside with the yard stick until it broke because she wanted me to cry. Hadn't pried yet, So she had me turn around and put my hands out and she just beat me across the knuckles over and over. Trying to get me to cry. But honestly, I had a lot of practice at home, sort of defiantly withholding my tears. And eventually I just sat down. My hands were throbbing and my mind was just racing with fantasies of revenge. I was going to go home. I was going to tell my parents they were going to race to the school. She was going to go to jail, and she's being a little cell and just drinking water should be even skinnier and turned into a skeleton. In my eight year old head. She was gonna be in so much trouble. But when I got home and told my father, he punished me and said for disrespecting the teacher and I went to my room and cried and hid under the covers just feeling Incredibly small, sort of more stunned by my father's rebuke than Mrs Campbell's yardstick. And then I heard the doorbell ring. My father yelled Parla door, and I thought I was definitely in trouble again, So I tiptoed out. And when he swung the door open, though, I could see the entire Bosco Reno family standing on our stoop. And missus boss Carino sort of nudged Paul forward a little bit and he looked at me and said, Thank you for today. And then Mr Boss, Carino put his hand out to shake my father's hand and said, We came as a family, too. And Carla, but also to thank you and Mrs Katz for raising a kind and caring daughter. And in my head I just was fervently hoping that my father was ashamed for having just hit me. And also, I guess, hoping that he was a little bit proud. But he never said anything, and he's gone now, so I'll never know. But what I do know is that that moment changed. Everything for me. Because in that moment, I sort of suddenly stopped feeling so afraid. And in that moment was the first time I felt a real sense of my own personal power, and that's the moment when I looked back that I attribute to my becoming an advocate. And years later, I became a union organizer and a union leader and a political activist and a labor lawyer. And five decades have passed and I'm still at it. I still have a big mouth. But in my deepest heart. Still, that eight year old girl standing on the stoop and Paterson, New Jersey, finding her mighty new voice. Carla Katz is a comic actor and moth story Sam champion who lives in Hoboken, New Jersey, Her stories have been featured on many of the podcast put out.
"paterson new jersey" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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twenty sixteen democratic presidential nominee set to launch the show gutsy women named after her book the book of gutsy women it does you'll have a regular recurring role but not in every episode starting this fall okay story number two the Air Force Academy has gone gender neutral in its service anthems all and one verse I think it's the third version originally says that to a friend we send a message of his brother man who fly that has now been explained the new verses to a friend we send a message of the brave who serve on hot all right it was offensive to women his story number three the city council Paterson New Jersey just approve norms that allows local mosques to publicly broadcast the Muslim call to prayer the ordinance specifically allows for Muslim call to prayer church bells and other reasonable means of announcing religious meetings between the hours of six AM and ten PM but they cannot last for more than five minutes five minutes I'm sorry gosh from removing Patterson is 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you Haley verses Joe Biden a country music legend has come out as a Sanders supporter while and a big backlash online but it's not what you think it's not the Dixie chicks that's not what you think no it is not and the Porsche Biden gaffes abound and Louise screwed for Khan is back at it again so we'll tell you all about that in just a moment you're listening to the morning drive with Casey and Elliott this is pastor David rose to cover all viable Presbyterian church for the moment of truth in the Old Testament book of Amos to profit asked the question can two walk together except they be agreed Amos was speaking to the nation of Israel but the same life principle applies anywhere and at any time where there is resolve conflict there is separation we certainly find this dynamic in our country today we're faced with two basic world views which we can reduce to those who want more government control in our lives and those who want mass there are several ways to solve this problem but are 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"paterson new jersey" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Paterson New Jersey famous box of Rubin hurricane Carter and John artis were convicted of committing them it is free and then re convicted in nineteen seventy six thanks largely to an eye witness named Alfred ballot he changed his version of events multiple times the prosecution also presented a compelling might save racial revenge they said that Rubin and John had been seeking retribution after the killing of a black bar right now by a white man earlier that same night in G. in nineteen ninety one John artis was paroled but raven stayed behind bars by nineteen eighty five calls it was down to his last remaining legal recourse today we meet the judge who help the rest of ribbon because his life in his hands truthfully I have no recollection of hearing his name until the suit came to me my children immediately said to me that I have to listen to the re recording by a Bob Dylan mean absence listen to it and he was convinced that Ruben was it was then sent so that is not something normally a judge would take into consideration a popular song in deciding a writ of habeas corpus so what these habeas corpus well.
"paterson new jersey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Eighty in Paterson New Jersey and America's others can I waste this is very it is it's not funny it is but I mean we're talking a lot GM's thank you for your blood to bring it up and force will talk about this in a couple or so for you guys so long they give an attack to you keep it to yourself then when the tightest you out don't release yeah right that is a very very efficient way of making this really works everyone gets a hold of the same time economy this could be a rush to get to the website on page right it's going to be basically dead on arrival it's done folks is not fancy it's a really dumpy room that I was in and it's like to seriously horribly sealed all rightly so we are gonna be talking about this policy potential policy change coming up I do think it's really telling the we have yet another consecutive disappointment in inflation data come in the United States and this is I think it's really the little light again this comes after the little light CPI I was starting to see a trend though where people are over estimating already sluggish inflation and what does it say I mean John's your point about a rate cut debate heating up I mean this basically I defies calls for it I mean to some degree at least offense certainly is on hold the three someone in on this we're very fortunate to have or maybe green is at the Harvard Kennedy School we really thought she would cancel this morning because she is on the short list to replace Mister core with the Boston Red Sox she's been sitting by the phone I know all morning waiting for the call Mister Cora out at the red Sox and the same ideas a Houston Astros and stealing of signs Megan green give us the signs of the fed right now Lisa Abramowitz mentions a little dearth of inflation is enough of a signal to the fed to change ways no I don't think so I don't think that this is the NASA but that's because the said distinct place expectations are becoming on board this is really just more of the out this recovery where we just had a dearth of inflation and investors might overestimated we do it every time it's still not coming in so this is not a new trend it on I think that the fed is probably going to hold this year unless we get some kind of Sirius so we just we've got the PPO at slate miss you got the CPI yesterday at slate mess meanwhile target it kind of really driving action today with their disappointment in terms of holiday sales the November through December period shares down more than seven percent have the market open and I'm trying to understand how much of a signal this is that the consumer is losing steam can we read anything into this no I don't think we can read anything into either one really like that if we started to see if you remember me retail sales really get then we might think that with flagging mean pretty high in I think so far it's too early to say that the consumers checkered out because of course the consumers Kerry higher coverage so what they are talking about we need to worry I just don't think we're there yet and I just wanna say target though is not the only one JC Penney and Coles previously had some disappointments as well recently although a lot of people just shrug that off because it's JC Penney and Coles and they've been sort of struggling for a while in their business models are under attack but target has been very strong and it's been growing as that investing in their online presence so you know an increasing amount of this at what point I mean if this is not enough at what point do you start to say wait a second what does it say about the consumer well I think we need to see other indicators of consumer demand turn as well also in addition to results showing as we did at the retail sale class we are confident start to fall I'm into part of other data points are coming through you know this could be the beginning never turn I wouldn't express much just yet AP a women talking to doctor posing as the Peterson institute making green about what was accomplished there are people talking about theory are we operating going into two thousand twenty on sound economic theory or is it everybody making it up as they go what do you teach at Harvard Kennedy on that so I'm actually getting a lot of research into this in my conclusion is that a lot of our markets are a lot of the framework that we learned eco one a one yeah the ADA actually you know currents were really starting to accept that there was a really depressing picks and says that we are just stuck with low growth low inflation and low rates for the foreseeable future and and that's a new consensus I think even though there's been plenty of evidence for it for years to rebut the script on this of folks this is a background I'll be discussing this I hope at Davos a a really wonderful panel making green it's really simple the debate was negative rates in their advocacy what did you learn about the negative rate debate if we're making it up as we go amid slow growth well I think generally there's been an Aggie negative dances with attitude they get a free I think that's probably right that year if you push straight down that far and you're actually punishing thanks is that you don't see any kind of credit demand develop off the back of it the negative research the answer is particularly not in the U. S. and there is a kind of a consensus now the central banks can't be holding the bag for this recovery and that's fairly new as well so if it's not negative rate cutting rates you know maybe you'll curve control Japan's had some successful it could be working either in academia I think there's a consensus that we haven't really helped a whole lot overall I think people are expecting that central banks are responsible for their deaths next downturn for combating it and so we're gonna be disclosed sorties that there and there's this overwhelming consensus among lots of economists to reduce the gree on lots of things and particularly the causes of all this week the man but the one thing that would help all of the potential causes of productive public investment yeah the problem there is just the political support for that isn't necessarily there particularly those who are worried about pulling the budget deficit you don't have to fill out the budget deficit actually do use a productive public investment making the longer that the central banks hold the bag when we start talking about asset bubbles again question you know we haven't really seen asset bubbles Hercules you argue that everything that the level and and and maybe you could ask but I think that word of a little late fees starting a crop that the private markets nine public markets that we can all see and that's possible in terms of leveraged loans in a sealer things like that that we don't have a lot of and that I think that could be frosty but it's hard to have any real sense quantify green with us at the Harvard Kennedy School of course we can talk about the specifics of market economics but we can also talk about bigger broader themes Megan this morning we saw target deliver soggy comp sales traditional sales in their digital sales were up nineteen percent what are you seeing and Harvard Kennedy about this new technology overlaying all of our business I mean it's something we're going to write about in ten years or twenty years or even half a century out but what is the effect of technology on so much of American business including consumption it's seventy percent one example in retail for a you know you see that technology increases transparency of Christ so that pushes down significantly that provides a disinflationary fourth economy and generally technology is doing that across the board and so that's one of the reasons that we've seen exhaust inflation data and will continue to for the foreseeable future maybe just to wrap things up here I'm wondering looking out where do you think we are in terms of a re acceleration or a slowdown in the global economy just it for twenty twenty twenty twenty were looking at a slow down their doubt every major economies and growing as a potential and we shouldn't expect that to continue without really significant amounts of money here you're just looking in this I just don't think that will see that this year so we should expect every major economy to continue to converge with potential growth which has been lower than what we've been over the past couple years making great to catch up with you making crane that how the Kennedy senior fellow joining us on the phone on the latest economic data and then exposed to central banks worldwide this crossover Mike about shopping get your news worldwide commodity Michael good morning John good morning Lisa good morning Tom the topic of impeachment came up during last night's debate among democratic presidential candidates the house votes today on sending the articles of impeachment to the Senate Elizabeth Warren spoke during the debate aired on Bloomberg we have an impeachment trial I will be there because it is my responsibility but understand this with that impeachment trial is going to show once again to the American people is something we should all be talking about is the corruption of this administration that's what lies at the heart of it it is about Donald Trump putting Donald Trump first the USMC a trade deal also was a topic the bridge yes it has been improved it is not perfect but when you sit down with the people who are most impacted the share of just how much harm has been done to them by things like the trade war and just how much we can benefit American consumers and workers and farmers by making sure we have the right kind of labor and enforceability however Bernie Sanders says we can do better than a trump led trade deal president Donald Trump cold for apple to step up to the plate and suggested the company on lock iPhones used by the gunman behind the December sixth terrorist attack on the Florida navy base in a tweet trump said the US government helps apple on trade and other issues so in return the tech the giant should on lock phones used by criminal elements a lawsuit from house Democrats seeking president from federal tax returns was put on hold as a judge said he's waiting for a higher court's ruling in a separate case on whether Congress can make ex White House counsel dom again testify global news twenty four hours a day on air and all and quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts more than a hundred twenty countries on Michael bar this is Bloomberg John Tom Lisa my cover thank you very much Sir thank you very much indeed checking in on apple Michael mentioned it another upgrade for apple the price target raised to three fifty five from two seventy five can a coat I've lost count of the amount of analysts have come out in the new year the first two weeks alone and of race that price targets on the stock yeah and we got to see revenue you talk about comp sales but with a single digit comp sales and you know they I I look at the bluebird cafe screen in its you know three four five percent revenue growth what if they do double that Jan twenty eight Jan twenty eight that's when we get the date that my fans and the new iPhone expected to be when it always comes out right September the trying to question and we will give I I assume we'll get more more information there on how Mr cook's doing in China although anecdotal data is actually show that they've gotten more capacity there that actually been increasing sales I just know that the the shares of Goldman Sachs and now down more than one percent in premarket trading BankAmerica down three quarters of a percent as people put his numbers could you bring this up because the headline I saw was pretty good because of the telegraph of London nessie earnings said about describes it right messy earnings although initially when people talk under the surface they found somethings to like including revenues that heart beat expectations with side arms but I think that what you have is sort of a double edged sword on one hand there's a question of the legal expenses in their strategy going forward for Goldman Sachs yeah on the other hand there's sort of this pessimism markets right now rates going lower that's like in all the banks even JPMorgan lower today so that's another Aspin a few people believe that we actually like each other yeah it's a it's a semi you don't push the people to listen to this program on quite a show with the you and I get on some people who are on this program aren't quite sure well used so you guys have and it's one hundred percent on select yeah we can a week which is.
"paterson new jersey" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"A dozen friends to get together every year and they like to surprise someone with the Christmas gifts this year they went to breakfast at an and they surprised the waitress each of them gave the waitress a tip of one hundred dollars an hour got a nice twelve hundred dollars Angelica a Lucy is the waitress at the I hop in Paterson New Jersey I was thinking of all my family Christian is to put it all came together it came together I just love the must fearing L. because people will eat some people can't passenger was great to see the joy on her face and the joy on the faces of the people in the group I think this is a really really cool a good tradition to start doing something with your group of friends it really does just reinforces White Christmas is all about the game eleven AM on newsradio KO BJ seems the love I've known has always been the most destructive crime I guess that's why now she was so full before my time he has to one the taste of home life was as rain upon my I tease headline if it were a full game the way to use a candle for nine thousand side the splendid I always still we can shifting signer and shown the naked light of day all I.
"paterson new jersey" Discussed on KOMO
"Connie Thompson more Connie stories on our website komo news dot com check the consumer page for some folks who were definitely in the holiday spirit were in Paterson New Jersey nearly a dozen people surprised a waitress with a twelve hundred dollar cash tip is an early gift Sally Thomas says he and a group of his friends left the tip with a waitress at an I hop restaurant and each person had brought a hundred dollars in the waitress was so shocked they say she tried to return the money at first Thomas is an activist and a teacher and he says he's hoping that this act will inspire others to do good deeds for strangers well there's a reminder about trying to cheat your way to the car pool lane the state patrol tweeted an image of a driver who was caught trying to fool troopers by placing a wig on the passenger he seat headrest the driver was left with a three hundred eighty nine dollar ticket a new state law adds an additional two hundred dollars to anyone caught scamming their way into the HOV lane eight fourteen right now almost triple a traffic update with here in Georgia in working with the crash in Seattle south but I five near Denny that's been blocking the left lane now it looks like it may no longer be blocking but I'll tell you that south but I five is back from four or five into the area going from live with the Seattle takes just over an hour now southbound four or five approaching cold creek we have a new crash this is partially blocking the HOV lane that drive is been busy off and on for my ninety the northeast part they'll be to rent to that twenty one minutes south for five also really dragging for my five state route five two two plus additional delays all the way through Kirkland meanwhile northbound four or five that solid from one six seven into new castle north at one six seven itself busy much of the drive thru Sumner and we're also slow from highway eighteen defy sixteen northbound I. five average delays due to come a city center if you continue to travel north better way to Seattle that's taking you and our if you're going from bell B. to Seattle at the half hour on either west five twenty or west ninety and the west Seattle bridge working with slow down from thirty fifth tie five our next couple traffic at eight twenty four mostly cloudy for today and into the rain is going to start to overnight for showers to develop for rain tomorrow near forty five by the way today size forty eight.
"paterson new jersey" Discussed on KTRH
"Is a warning you now no she said transcription is want to go to jail with trump because he I'm sorry not trump Gusman because he's releasing all the transcripts so in the Chicago backdrop Grossman says there's enough on the tapes of him and I talking he's going to flee to Brazil or false arrest me an order citing salmon yes if either one is the hospital that's doctors repair at Trenton site ten eighteen you can hear trump say sometimes you just got a little flight it's got these guys assaulting me on when I'm on the phone is seven thirty PM Saturday November sixteenth eastern time on the key to a five phone they have these guys assaulted me so I can't get this information out once again what trump is obstructing the search we just toured removal and when he says those words I can't wait to get out and get back to land where the criminals artist Paterson New Jersey he says for forty three files he's talking about my Subaru a classic going in Paterson New Jersey on a digital recorder that is in the council six of us spent eight million on the war that's what's coming on up on my tapes he paid Russians are bribe eight million they went in and bypass the search results whenever you're voting held Hurley Clinton some crazy comes up and he broke into files and whatever she she was going to speak before she got there a week before they got there they stole those files in the blast all the people's opinions about her so he's got this guy can last from west to come into my room and when he says once again there's forty three files I spent eight million on the war that's how much he spent to pay off Russia to get into a whole reelection and in his room his answers one of talking was buddy Tim Loesch says mother won't indict a sitting president and there are forty through files he's going to my car into my property in the jail find out where those recordings are there separate from those I have bills to tell tell me that he's going to throw.
"paterson new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"One eight hundred two eight three one a one point five Joe's in Paterson New Jersey one one point five Hey Joe Hey Steve are great show okay a good vacation I can't say it we we Mister thank you without you after a summer clock but but you're back but will get a good one the there is something about you pulled over for doing five seven miles over the speed limit on route eighty I got pulled over and I told the trooper no legal to let me go yeah you know what that's going to be a role going to do I think I think the next thing we're going to do is beach badges for the illegals I did give your illegal you get a beach badge the bridge back freebies bad shots and everybody also pays but your illegal you'll get the free beach badge Joe I love it thanks for the call the New Jersey one oh one point five again you ask yourself you know why can't they just work this out what would be so hard why is it like like cliff Richard used to say how often do I clone a quote cliff Richard it's so funny we don't talk anymore I can't believe that they can't just you know come to some kind of an agreement where law enforcement can work together with ice and then you take a case by case basis I'm who or we don't hate mail they're going to arrest and if you come across the criminals you get the criminals but you just say you're not allowed to work with them it's totally wrong and in hand cuffs law enforcement because these guys signed on to do their job is what they want to go one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five and where do you come in do you feel safe do you feel safe knowing that there are people here illegally who would be criminals who are not being taken in for fear that they may not give up information I know the criminals and that's the line that they feed you ridiculous ridiculous Aristophanes ridiculous.
"paterson new jersey" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Good evening. I'm no one Lleyton New Jersey Senator Corey Booker officially kicked off his campaign for president in the city where his political career began. Newark Booker, the former mayor of Newark held a huge rally in the brick city of this morning promising to unify Americans after what he says President Trump has worked so hard to divide. The I learned right here on these streets that you can't make progress by dividing people only way to overcome the really tough challenges is finding common ground and working together. The Senator jumps into a very crowded field of Democrats trying to win the White House in twenty twenty firefighters doing their best to douse the flames from a huge blaze at a popular restaurant in the boardwalk in ocean grove new. Jersey smoke coming from the dunes boardwalk and be seen for miles. There are reported in no injuries, though. A part of the boardwalk has collapsed. There is no word. What may have ignited that blaze? Paterson New Jersey residents on edge following five separate shootings over the past forty eight hours beliefs director, Jerry Spazio says the city's cracking down and he says neighbors should notice we'll see an increased omnipresence of police officers, both plain clothes and uniformed officers. You will see county officers you'll see state officers. You will see federal officers. One person's been killed seven others nursing injuries from being shot only. One gunman has been arrested. Police arrested a sunset park Brooklyn man after they say he slashed his wife stabbed his daughter and then set their apartment on fire multifamily family. Members are expected to be okay. No motive given by police news brought to you by Dr Liederman radio surgery, New York. Call two one two choices for more information. And listen to Dr leader means radio surgery show coming up next right here on. On seven ten WR. The nets in Philly taking on the seventy Sixers in game one of the best of seven playoff series this afternoon Yankee shut out the White Sox in the Bronx this afternoon. Four zip. The Mets aren't Atlanta tonight to take on the Braves..
"paterson new jersey" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"And then you forget what the story was because you've told it so many times you just remembering the telling of it instead of remembering the details at remembering the bit. And I'm looking remembering the and bid and like the punching of it. But sometimes it's fun to go back and be like what really like what's the non funny version baseline of all of our really think that this might be true. And you even create memories and your. Yeah. I told you this pedophile story, I told you before. Right. Was that one where I'm at fucking just stage. No, I I used to do it. I didn't do it on the albums. I used to do. It's about a guy I met who had end stage lung cancer who fifty seven years old never smoked. I'm talking to him. He had this shitty since humor. And then he tells me he goes like, what's the most proud of, you know, and he goes, yeah. He's like, I never. Fifty seven I never been with kids sexually. And I thought he was joking. Fucking tells me this fucking story about how he is mother was a he told his mother when he was like nineteen something was happening. It was fucking weird. His mother is working with him. He'd come home. And she's like you're good was like it's kinda like just council for him mother gets cancer. She dies. He something. I was on his own. He's on his nor this tells his dad dad breaks nose tells his family families like fuck this guy. He moves to Paterson New Jersey. Didn't do anything. I'm just urges nothing. Yeah. He did. Nothing wrong. Fuck you. Yeah. Finding it. He changed all the passwords, computer. He's afraid to leave the house. He was might see a kid. Well, I just was like he'd always ultra sexual and he was just like, well, they're just things. I don't do. I don't drink don't smoke. I don't do anything that can take me down. When my mind goes that place. I know I can't feed into it. There's no one I can talk to about this. I have no idea how to get around it. I just know that I have. That like there is some major fucked up part of my brain. And he had lung cancer never smoked a cigarette. And the guy was like, I'm kind of happy to be done. He also had like some other like mental shit that was like also fucking with him. So he's afraid to leave the house. He's like he's like. Yeah. I mean like, I'm fucked up. Yeah. It's like could you imagine? I think I've told us before maybe I sit on the podcast before too. But it's like one of those catcher predators where they were like Hanson comes out. He's talking one of the guys that he knew it was instantly realize what you just send them in here. So they can arrest me, execute me. Yeah. And it was like execute. It's like you could just tell he's like, I can't change. But I also know it's wrong. Yeah. So you need to do this because I'm not brave enough to commit suicide you need to do this for me. Yeah. Kill me. I'm done. Yeah. I get how awful it is. But yet, I I caught a love of kids. Yeah. I really wanna get a pedophile in this podcast. I'm looking for one. But not someone who's had urged someone who's done it and hazardous, and I really want to get to the bottom of it. And like what life is like. Fine them. Google it. There's probably like they're all having like sign in and shed hope group. There was no a guy who got I can probably hook you up with someone. He was a guy I know who worked at a place, and then they busted him for kiddie, porn pewter. So I don't know if he's done it. But he's definitely was definitely kiddie porn. That'd be cool. Yeah. And he's comedy community. Adjacent. Really? Yeah. Yeah. He worked at what you worked at a club. I could probably feeder scary scary Biden, I didn't want to because it's a surprise that would be the ending he looks. So he blooms gator feeder trying to hang out with schools..
"paterson new jersey" Discussed on X96
"Sisters, New Jersey woman busted for prostitution played a pretty dirty trick on her sister. Trying to beat. The rap identifying herself to cops as her younger sibling. Samantha. Hugh humanly was stopped by police in Paterson New Jersey on a prostitution related charge. But identified herself as twenty year old Jacqueline Humani who lives in Florida and is studying to become a teacher. City officials have said Samantha miss identified herself twice when she was being charged and then did not show up in court face charges causing warrants to be issued for her sister Jacqueline. Who plans to teach kids with disabilities? Recently learned to the situation when a background check for her work reveal the pending charges having a potential criminal record could literally ruined my future career as a teacher Jacqueline said in an interview the sisters father, Brian. So that his elder daughter is a heroin addict, whom he has not seen for years. The family moved Morris county Florida more than ten years ago. He said a few years later Samantha who was sixteen at the time ran away and went back to New Jersey. We don't blame her for what she's done. Well, you should she's she has warrants and she's trying to stay out of jail. We blamed Paterson New Jersey. Brian his wife Cynthia been trying to clear their younger daughter Jacqueline's name since the citation and a five hundred and thirty dollar fine for failing to appear in court were sent to her family said that they were also fighting four thousand dollar Bill mail to Jacqueline after Samantha checked into the emergency room at Paterson hospital, and at what dinovite herself as her sister shortly after getting the police citation at this point. It's out of our hands. At Patterson leaky Tony Oswald. Only the court can dismiss the warrant and take it from her criminal record Oswald said he was unsure if Samantha gave the cops wish you the tickets any identification. She didn't have she didn't have ID. And so if you don't have ID, you just give any name, and then they have to kind of check up on it. And trust your word for it. She gave her sister's name and now her sister's stuck with all of this on record. It will eventually be cleared up. Apparently. But she's way worse than Cinderella's evil says Boehner candidate number three. All right. Let's review the first to vote learner candidate number one. I got a gun full of deadly aids bubbles so man, robbing a Bank with a bubble gun a bubble gun in Israel Boehner. Candidate number two. You know, what she's a face liquor and a crutch grabber, and that's inappropriate a four and a city Commissioner resigning after the allegations of drunken face licking and crotch-grabbing and Boehner candidate number three. You just heard it. He's way worse than Cinderella's evil sisters. All right. Let's.
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"At this big ceremony, I just looked to disguise and hope that was additionally making my father very proud of me, and he was very proud man me because of my medical career, of course. So my love and passion of firefighting got me this and just finish that story. 'cause they told me you're the first person it's ever. We've awarded a bad talion chief too, but they know their history back in the nineteen sixties. A woman was made an honorary battalion chief in the Paterson fire department and happened to be none at one of the big hospitals in Paterson assistant, Loretta Agnes. Now, what do you know? I one of the major reasons I'm a doctor and had I trained actually at Saint Joseph's Hospital Paterson New Jersey. Because I really wanted to practice at area. She was a friend of the family and none n would visit our house all the time and she knows pursuing a medical career and she used to always harp mayo, you gotta come and visit our hospital. I'll give you the grand tour and you can hang out there in the emergency room if you want and just get to know our hospital Mr. smart ass here. Now I'm going to go to some big university hospital here inside. I want nothing about a hospital in Paterson New Jersey at seven hundred beds, and it's jus Yanic hospital at a teaching program, but I took her up on it as a freshman medical student at the time. And I, she just hang let me hang out in the emergency room. I hooked up with a couple of docs who would workout going to evening after finishing classes. I'd go hang out in Saint Joe's. I, it's a large part of who I am, what I do if it imperfectly firemen, emergency rooms where all the action is happening or stuff. So Cecil red-headed mega influence. And I did go to train Nair and she was a godsend to patient. So I interacted so much sister was made in on very battalion. She bided department because of her care that she extended to every firefighter who has ever brought to Saint Joseph's Hospital in Paterson New Jersey. So the two honorary cheese sinner history are are linked ways, you know. So it's just kind of spooky there how to turn down, you know, but just a great honor and on my desk at home, I have a blotter that you know, like a plastic top so I can stick things that are important to me underneath it a have my mother and father's a little card that was at their funeral. That through new homes put out, I got some pictures of my son there, and I've got a mess card that my wife. And I gave to Cecil read on her passing. It's just such an impact on last, at least the fire department actually. Now does an annual system, Agnes dinner for the clergy in Patterson and stuff. And I kind of laughed about two years ago. They called me and said, oh, you get you ever hear system, Agnes. Shit actually on our website, and I have a whole page dedicated to her and what she used for the fire department. And everything's kind of funny. Well, we could probably spend another hour talking about that, and I know that our listeners would actually appreciate it. But that's a couple other things I want to get to even before we get to the lipid stuff..
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"Signing that executive order and actually wanted to sign an executive order that covered immigration as a whole but had to be informed that he couldn't do that with an executive order thus gaining law elsewhere a you know the feeling now is they're going to try again to get this done in the house of representatives if they can't get it through then they're going to narrow down on just the family separation aspect of this for legislation of course the president has already said he doesn't want to do that so we may have another week of back and forth in washington and nobody's quite sure where the president stands on anything right now so villagers things buckle up for the drama because it's underway this week could be a bumpy ride their bikes thank you so much bill nbc news radio correspondent bills in for it's going to be a bumpy one let's get ready for it locally five people are under arrest in the brutal murder of a bronx teenager speaking with the new york one the victim's mother leandra police said she's heartbroken by the senseless death he was good boy good very good little shy they had dream was to be a police two of the suspects in the killing of fifteen year old la sandra guzman police were taken into custody in the bronx three others or in paterson new jersey police say more arrests are expected the five or allegedly members of a dominican gang known as trinity arrows guzman felice was hacked to death in about day gone east one hundred eighty third street in bathgate avenue with a machete and knives in what officials believe was a case of mistaken identity the team was a member of the nypd's explorers youth program and wanted to become a detective with tennis legend billie jean king as grand marshal new york city's annual gay pride march took over part of new york city yesterday thousands of people and colorful attire waving rainbow flags cheer the festive march the commemorates the stonewall riots in nineteen sixty nine great so happy and positive i just i wish there was like this every day the march past the stonewall national monument wants a gay bar that was the scene police raid in nineteen sixty nine many attribute that to the start of the gay rights movement some new yorkers are using strollers to protests federal immigration policies brooklyn borough president eric adams led hundreds in the socalled stroller march yesterday people the rally criticized the trump administration's policy to separate immigrant children from their parents when they crossed the border from mexico into the us primary elections are taking place tomorrow in new york for congressional seats the spotlight will be on staten island republican michael grimm is trying to take back the house seat he resigned from in two thousand fourteen after pleading guilty tax evasion charges he's challenging republican congressman dan donovan and his gotten in a war of words with them recently president trump has endorsed donovan on the democratic side elsewhere the big apple congressman joe crowley in the fourteenth district is being challenged for the first time since two thousand four by alexandria or sorrow cortes woman in her twenties as an organizer presidential candidate bernie sanders and his being backed by progressive groups and new york city radio legend dan ingram is dead is death was reported by his daughter on instagram ingram died at his home in florida eighty three years old it a fifty year career top forty radio on radio stations like a wabc wcbs fm started in bridgeport connecticut and fifty eight dallas in saint louis whereas home before coming to new york was inducted into the national radio hall of fame in two thousand seven let's get a take a look here at five thirty eight here.
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"It's. I grew up here in Paterson New Jersey, Jersey City, Newark fights with two people squaring off in fighting. That's you know, evolution of fighting. It's always happening. There are bare knuckle these guys straight up square up and they put in a couple thousand dollars. You know, whoever would take the money away was the winner. Fomin told me about it. I didn't think of it. And then when I came to all the press conference, oh my God. Deal. We're going to be. This is. I fought over eighty one fights and they're totally different than nothing same. So this is a holder speed temple and a whole 'nother philosophy of payment. Bare knuckle, boxing isn't a streetfight. It's one of the oldest organized sports around its strategic. It's fast paced. It's skillful and it's making a comeback on June second twenty eighteen the bare knuckle fighting championship will hold what their billing as the first legal sanctioned and regulated fight since eighteen eighty nine to once again, scrap its way to the top of combat sports in America bare knuckle, boxing will have to overcome a stigma of brutality and years of being forced underground. This is the narrative. I'm Harris workout. If you and your friend have too much to drink, get into an argument and go outside to punch it out, that's not bare knuckle boxing, their knuckle boxing has rules punches are the only arsenal. The only weapon that's allowed that's David Feldman, the founder NCO of bare knuckle fighting championship or be KFC. We do allow you to clinch while you're in closed. So like my left arm can be clinched what your right arm and my right arm ABI open and we can punch our way out of that also can allow like it's called a multi Lynch where you can grab the back of the neck and you can punch up punch straightforward or anything like that, but bare knuckle fighting. I mean, the name kind of speaks for itself towing line, three feet apart from their opponent. The fighters begin in the center of a ring and not a boxing ring, which is actually a square, but an actual ring that they call the boxing ring, the squared circle. But this is actually the scored circle square twenty six foot square platform in case with a twenty two foot circle ring, we pick. That particular style ring because we had to set herself apart. So we didn't want anybody confusing when they first glance at this and didn't really dive into it is boxing MMA? No, it's not something completely different bare knuckle fighting. And yes, it has way less obstructions than any other ring because it's completely circle. There's no corners. You get great viewing from anywhere anywhere in the house. Any house that you're in. The ring is set up for fans to see the action because became FC expects there to be action from the moment. The match starts. I mean, just listen to their promo guy in the center of the ring. There are two lines. These wines are where the fight begins with both fighters, just three feet apart factor in the small fighting area in you have set the environment for nonstop pounding action. Three feet apart is punching distance, but don't expect fighters to start off with tire jet, everything about vertical fighters. Art, like for me, the left hand is is a tool for twenty five punches. That's Bobby Gunn, former WBZ, boxing champ, and bare knuckle boxer it just a straight jab, bento box. I'm I'm gonna hit, hit a shot. My last two, knuckles, this, this touch you cut, and then try to connect right in the nose. This is like a corkscrew Bing, Bing, Bing up sideways as a whole different thing. We have the glove on artistry lake bobby's takes practice, but bare knuckle, boxing in America wasn't well. Legal underground belts were where fist fighters cut their teeth and the sports state allot, whether it's underground or above ground, you have to do it, or people aren't going to talk about it. So we took our chances and we do we had to do to get people to talk about it. And now we're here, you know, if we didn't do the underground flights, nobody would practice their crafts. Bobby did. We wouldn't be. Legal sanction regulator fights right now, the sport of bareknuckle boxing was here before I was born. It'll be here when I'm dead and gone. The underground circuit has been here for hundreds of years. John Sullivan times is always been here. We'll get to John also of famous eighteen eighty nine fight. But before we do that, we have to go back even further to the start of bare knuckle boxing across the sea and three hundred years back. If you picture old school bare knuckle, boxing, you're probably imagining something like the scene from the two thousand nine guy Richie film Sherlock Holmes. A CD dockyard crowd of rowdy. Dockworkers frantically bedding and screaming, two men fighting beating each other senseless. Yes, that definitely happened, but bare knuckle, boxing as an organized sport didn't start with the rowdies on the streets. It started with English gentlemen. Michael botching that we're talking about today started in James figs era that Scott, Burt president of the bare knuckle boxing hall of fame in Belfast New York far in the early seventeen hundreds and actually was the first champion in seventeen nineteen to be clear squaring up and punching it out had existed before fit. But he was the first to codify the rules and sell it as a product. So used his finding fame to open up a school of fisticuffs or he taught the upper class, the noble art of pugilists 'Self defence against high women and ruffians gentlemen and ladies flocked. Women fought the very first one was Elizabeth's stalks in the seventeen twenty. He was a, she won the first ever recorded bare knuckle bout what they did, which was quite interesting is that they invented a half crown rule and the half crown rule was that each. Woman in each hand head to hold a half a crown and the fight went until one of the coins, drought, the person who didn't drop at one and one all of the money. Many of the women back then fraught bare-chested. So people thought, well, are you coming to watch because the p the women are bare chested or are they coming to watch 'cause they're seeing good fights or why are they bare chested while the reason was is back in the seventeen hundreds. There was no antibiotics. So if the women wore the course, it's with the wire in them and got hit and the wire jammed into them, they would have no any Bax would die from infection. Clearly
"paterson new jersey" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"President ray extra the new york terror attack jack callahan fox news president trump tweeting he's ordered homeland security to step up our already extreme vetting program in the wake of tuesday afternoon's attack in new york city the president saying being politically correct is fine but not for this eight people were killed one of ampara a rutted truck through a bicycle path and lower manhattan started around the doing three on the northern end of the soho neighborhood finished here in the shadow of world trade center after about a mile running into many people mowing over pedestrians and why civilised especially mangled bike c along that are guarded by pair there in the end eight people dead around twelve injured taken to different hospitals his shepard smith police joe fox news they found two notes written in arabic presumably by the suspect pledging loyalty to isis and paterson new jersey police have surrounded at a park would complex with the suspect is believed to have been living in se saic new jersey of vehicle thought to belong to the suspect spring scoured by the bomb squad in the parking lot of a home depot the driver of the truck shot by police as he waved what turned out to be fake guns twenty nine year old saw fool sidepadova reported as a twenty nine year old from pakistan in this country legally on a green card about that order for tougher vetting sean south carolina senator lindsey graham gels fox news would like the president is correct and i hope to enemy understands that under president trump there's a new way of doing business and let it start with this guy in new york senator graham blaming president obama for treating terrorism as a crime rather than an act of war police have shot had wounded a man of peres who held a teacher hough rich for six hours in an elementary school classroom in riverside california the 70yearold teacher was freed shake him but on horse there's no word yet on the hostagetakers condition nor what his motive may have been fox news ferid balance three.
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"Drc yossi fm hd 3 hartford wsng torrington wwco waterbury wmmw meriden the talk of connecticut president ray extracover york's terror attack kelo him fox news president trump tweeted use ordered whole boy of'security do step up our already extreme vetting program in the wake of tuesday afternoon's attack in new york city the president say big politically correct is fine book club for this eight people killed would have approve a rutted truck through a bicycle path at lower manhattan sorted around the house didn't street on the northern end of the soho neighborhood finished here in the shadow of world trade center after about a mile running into many people mowing over pedestrians and bicycle is especially mangled by seen awang bet a guarded by path there on the end eight people did around twelve injured taken to to different hospitals oxes shepard smith police tell fox news they failed to belcher written in arabic presumably by the suspect pledging loyalty to isis and paterson new jersey police have surrounded at a park with coplex with the suspect is believed to have been living in passaic new jersey of vehicle thought to belong to the suspect spring scoured by the bomb squad in the parking lot of a home depot the driver of the truck shot by police as he waved what turned out to be fake goods twenty nine year old so full saipa of reported as a 22yearold from pakistan in this country legally a greencard about that order four tougher vetting south carolina senator lindsey graham tells fox news abide the president is correct and i hope enemy understands that under president trump there's a new way of doing business and let it start with this guy in new york senator graham blaming president obama for treating terrorism as a crime rather than an act of war police have shot had wounded a man apparent who held a teacher hostage for six hours in an elementary school classroom in riverside california the seventy year old teacher was freed shake him but on horse there's no word yet on the hostagetakers condition nor what his motive may have been fox news fair and balanced.
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"Living in paterson new jersey chalmers also directed a recent documentary about the punt group it in the stooges that's named after their son give me danger the documentary had a theatrical release and is now available for streaming on amazon you feel on a deep up for a long time you can to new york and what the seventies or late sixties to study you know i came in the midst seventies mitts seventies okay so what did punk rock mean to you when it was starting it man took time to for real liberation of expression it embraced amateur risen and in a way that i still inspired by it was not that buyout trying to did you know stadium gig sort even commercial radio play already from record deals for that matter it was about saying something cushing mentor to an expression something that you felt and that was primary for that whatever of the scene whatever whatever punk crop means it was very very important remain very formative i still consider myself to be an amateur from maker and i say that because in the in the latin origin of the word amateur is is is the word and it's love of a form whereas professional implies something you do for a minute or for for worked and no i'm not putting down anyone that does look at their work him that way but for me i'm are hardcore amateur and really that can not came to me through the music seen not true you know i kind of grew up in my early twenties synopsis kansas city and cb to be on and the span some out whole approach and all the artists inspired knew the filmmaker and so was he's huge inspiration for me and by making gorilla style punk films on the streets of new york and well just out of painters an artists and so maker so all within that seen maddon's very very important to me so the that amateurs that it give you permission to him make the movies before you felt accomplished enough to actually make from yes kurt completely my first film i'm a permanent vacation we shut in nineteen seventy nine in for a lot of twelve thousand dollars.