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Monitor Show 18:00 07-30-2020 18:00

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01:55 min | 9 months ago

Monitor Show 18:00 07-30-2020 18:00

"Burma reveals potential problems within postal voting system ahead in the November. Election. and. You see what's happening with so many different places they're doing even trial runs a disaster. And I don't want to see. An election you know so many years I've been watching elections. And they say the projected winner or the winner of the election. I don't WanNa see that take place in a week. After November third or a month or Frankly, with litigation and everything else that can happen years years or you never know who won the election. You're sending out hundreds of millions of. Universal. mail-in ballots, hundreds of millions where are they going? Who are they being sent to? It's common sense. You don't have to know anything about politics. And the Democrats know this Democrats know this Dave so I WanNa see I wanted an election a result much. Much, more than you. I think we're doing very well we have the same fake polls, but we have real polls we're doing very well I just left Texas. and. Biden came out against fracking well, that means Texas is. Going to be one of the most unemployed states in our country that means Oklahoma. North. Dakota. New Mexico can be a disaster. Ohio Pennsylvania December no fracking. I WANNA have the result of the election. I don't WanNa. Be. Waiting around for weeks and months, and literally potentially if you really did it right years because you'll never know. These ballots are missing. You So Paterson New Jersey. So many other instances this tremendous litigation on that right now. And that.

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Catina Smith Says Just Call Her Chef

Radio Cherry Bombe

32:23 min | 10 months ago

Catina Smith Says Just Call Her Chef

"Hey, everyone, welcome to Radio Cherry bomb the number. One female focused podcast in the universe. I'm your host. Kerry diamond coming to you from Brooklyn. New York. Today's guest is Katina Smith. She's a Baltimore based activist and is the forest behind. Just call me chef. As got describes it. Just call me. Chef is a sisterhood of black chefs, a professional networking organization and an opportunity for its members to provide help and mentor ship to each other. The group launched in two thousand, eighteen with chefs from the Baltimore scene and percents. Cats been busy laying the groundwork to turn it into a national organization. We're happy. Shift cat was able to join us. Because cat is taking short. Pause the summer because she's about to give birth to a baby boy, wonderful news congratulations to cat and her family. Let's do some housekeeping. Thank you to Briars carb smart for supporting today's show. I love those fudge bars and we have a new sponsor. sonos welcome to the bomb squad Sonos the folks had Sonos sent me. Their new SONOS moves speaker to test out which was very exciting, so stay tuned also the Radio Cherry bombs. Summer tour continues next week. Our tour celebrates pod Malaysia New Hulu series taste the nation and we've been stopping by the city. She celebrates in each episode on Tuesday July seventh. We're celebrating Peruvian cuisine and Paterson New Jersey and on Thursday the ninth. It's Sushi and Polka in Honolulu. On each stop we're talking with women from the local immigrant and indigenous communities about their culture and cuisine and members of the crew. Join us to. We've had beautiful conversations, so don't miss. The last to the events are free and take place zoom. You CAN RSVP at Cherry bomb dot com. Thank you to the winds of Rio Haw, ready and American Express for supporting our tour. We'll be right back after this word from Briars carb smart. As. 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Good briers DOT COM backslash cherry bomb to get a coupon, so you can try Briars carbs smart today. I just finished my box. Fudge bars so I'll be downloading their coupon this weekend. That's BRIARS DOT COM backslash cherry bomb. Now here's my conversation with Katina. Smith of just call. Me Chef. Let's start at the beginning, so tell us what just call me chef is. So, just call me. CHEF is my baby. It's a passion project that I started about two years ago. It came to me as it was just an idea to have the calendar, because this will be totally cool just for camaraderie just to get some black female chefs together, and we can hang something. That's kind of in your face in the commercial kitchen space, showing you that black women are here and then I kinda dove a little deeper like wow, that's kind of superficial, but we really do need some sort of organization where we can call on. On each other, we can lean on each other like sisterhood, so that's where just call me. Shop was from all the time in the kitchen on usually the only black female chef there or just even me growing up as a kid watching food network. Not Seeing myself so I felt the need for that. So that's where just call me chef came from. It's like you don't have to always put in front that I'm a black woman shaft because nobody knows what color the chef is when they're plate comes to their table, so just call me chef. Do you remember the moment. And you know the funny thing is I actually did not come up with the name. The name came from my photographer. Daniel I've been hosting chef meet UPS in Baltimore for a while I just wanted to have like a little thing where we could get together and kind of kick back and just vent about being in the industry, and he showed up one day and he's a photographer. He said Hey I saw that you guys were Lincoln up and I do photography and. And, then he met him kind of became friends organically, and he offered to do the calendar for free for me. He's a union, a name for this union, a name for this and I'm like what what just show the that is perfect because I already had in my head like this thing where we were going to get together just as black women chefs, but like what is that pot name that will stick in will be catchy, and he came out within the. Well, it's a brilliant name and I remember getting the calendar which I loved and I think you had signed it for me and it's so funny to see how the calendar project grew. Tell everybody how many people had in two thousand eighteen versus a year later in the actual calendar for twenty, the twenty nineteen calendar it was, we had fourteen chefs in there, but I also hosted an all call for. For Women to come in, we can just do like one big group shot and I think that was about maybe twenty or so people and then this year we we're going to go bigger. We're going to go bigger. We're going to have a hundred chefs and so put an all kind of called it like the one one of one hundred. Are you going to be one of the one hundred? Hundred black women, chefs and people were coming from all over to be a part of that group shot, and so even next year I'm saying what's better than one hundred. I said to, so we're GONNA Trafford two hundred next summer. Hopefully all these convince over, so we had I. Don't think we actually had one hundred people there, but it was about seventy five, and that's pretty impressive. It looked like. Like one hundred. Because we ran that photo, you could barely get everyone in that frame. Oh, my God, I was so excited, and it was so funny especially for the chefs that came from like far ahead, someone come from Detroit and New York there, and they were just like Oh my God. We're in a magazine. Just my Little Day trip to Baltimore ended up in interior and I was excited. And you're mostly situated in Baltimore. I know you traveled last year to Philly and to Chicago to meet people who want to be part of just call me chef. What lands for National Growth? It's just been growing organically. People have been hitting me up from different cities, saying hey, how can we get this going in my city? So that's pretty much how it starts so that one person that wants to kick it off and then I kinda just run them through it like okay. This is how it works as of right now. We're taking a pause where restructuring because this thing. Thing just I didn't imagine a taken off so crazy fast and I want it to be taken seriously, and I wanted to be done right, so we're like getting a handbook together. I've created a national board, so we're. We're kind of like slowing down, so we can speed up. You have done this totally as a passion project. You know you've put all your personal time into it. You call. It's funny I laughed when you call that your baby because you. Tell everybody what's going on in your personal life I'm definitely super pregnant and I'm supposed to be putting myself on maternity. Leave as of today, but you know I'll be doing stuff in the background because I totally handed it over to the board to do everything you guys do the social media. You guys everything. Please don't call me. And I'm just trying to relax so that I can have a nasal delivery stress-free. Will we totally wish that for you and this isn't your first baby. No, this is my third and final. Your other kids, my kids are eleven and twelve years old in. They are going nuts in this house. They've been here everyday since March since they close schooled down and we're trying to kill each other. Oh my gosh, and that's eleven twelve. That's a tough age. You know not your friends, and not to be in school is tough. I feel really bad for them. Everyday Mommy I'm bored. I'm bored to. We're all in the same boat together, so it won't be on hold for three months. You've got your board, I know I said you know what I can't do this by myself. I've been trying to do every single thing by myself. Our needs to pick some of the strongest members and an had them help me out. People are cat. You can't do it alone. You need to delegate. You need to delegate like Unilat-, you're absolutely right I. didn't want to loosen the reigns because this was my baby, but I found some women that believe in the mission. Strongly as I do, so I feel completely confident. So happy to hear that, so let's talk about what's been going on. You know the past the past several weeks the past month I was just curious how you feel now that so many people in the food world have woken up to what you've known was the problem in so many people knew this has been a problem since the beginning airy and that's. That's one of our sayings with just call me chef is. We've been in the kitchen. Black women have been in the kitchen historically, and the fact that it took a death of a black man to release shake. The world is just mind boggling to me in an even still were were always in the kitchen, but we're just not highlighted I don't know why. Why because the talent is there? We're here we've been here were tired of really being in the shadows, or you know overlooked in the everything kind of being air quotes whitewashed, or whatever, and so I'm excited that finally I've wasted are being amplified in in our food is being taken seriously. Do you feel that? Just call me. Chef got the attention it deserved. Deserved over the past two years. I have I'm pretty proud of where we've come specially like I'm not like a big name, chef or anything like that like this is totally grassroots. I started from the bottom in organically grew it so I'm pretty proud of where we are, but I definitely feel like I wish we had the ear of more people for sure. You have remarkable members. How many members do you have today? Today! We have about Al. Seventy five seventy five. Okay, do you have a goal well, talking to the board and I was really stressing with them. That is definitely about quality over quantity, not about how many members we have, as long as we're able to give what I. My vision is for the organization, which is opportunity and access, so if we have a million members, but I'm still not able to provide the access. Then it's for nothing you know so. If with my seventy five members me putting it on halt in doing that groundwork behind the scenes to be able to create the opportunities. That's that's the goal, so let's talk about those opportunities. Opportunities you and I have talked about that in the past, it's not just a sisterhood where you lend a hand. When somebody's you know short staff in the Norton event like you have been talking about scholarships and grants exactly so that's what I definitely want to be able to provide that stuff will come I know it's about fund raising in awareness, and then the fund will definitely come, but the true relationships with organizations such as yourself like I haven't met anyone I guess clay in colleen over Blackpool folks, but just really creating a relationship of James Beard bigger organizations like that that can really help. Highlight what I'm doing. We'll be great. Absolutely and you are working on a big event for next year. I. And I'm so excited about this. There's going to be historic Carey in my mind. I'm thinking three day conference and each day. It's going to be about certain topics and we'll have some cool. Speakers are already have some cool. Speakers already lined up about different topics from food desert, two different culinary. To food media food photography being on food network How that works life after that, so it's just gonNA. Be a whole bunch of fun workshops talking sisterhood, just a whole. I can't even imagine this excited. Thinking about all those black limit chefs in one space. Just the camaraderie of that alone is going to be magical. I have goosebumps already do never location I do. It's going to be at a place called motor. House I have three locations in mind because they're all on the same street within walking distance so I. Definitely of course got a highlight my city, so we got some cool places right within walking vicinity of each other. I'm super excited for you and I know again. I talked about this already, but whatever cherry bump can do to help support. You're supposed to speak jubilee and unfortunately jubilee didn't happen, but we did a virtual version. You're able to participate in that. which was wonderful, so thank you. We've made every mistake in the book when it comes to. So whatever I can do to help you. Because I'm not an event planner at all. I plan to hire an event planner, but I'm definitely. GonNa be tapping into you guys for some assistance, please do we can spare you any of the pain? That would be great. That's why I don't I. Don't want it to be huge, so I'm gonNA. Cap It, I think about at one fifty because I don't want to be like publicly failing in front of too many people, so it could be intimate like I wanted to be intimate I. Don't want it to be one of those like conferences where thousands of people and then you kind of miss the magic of so it's going to be about one fifty maybe. Maybe two hundred Max. You're going to have a lot of people who wanted to be part of this I know and I'm like it's so hard to work with covert happening because I had planned on rolling out early. Bird tickets in June so I'm like I can't I don't I'm mindful of People's financial situation. Just companies trying to figure things out so I haven't ruled anything out yet. I'm trying to figure out when the right time for that will be. It's it is really tough. Everything we were doing was built around. was now built around live events radio tour in June and it's just you know we've pivoted, and we're doing our our digital events and were back on tour again, which has been nice. We had air quotes again Charleston Stop, and New York City and last night. We did San Francisco and it's all based around Pud Milwaukee's new TV show taste the nation. Nation it's wonderful and so appreciate the folks come out, but it is so hard to replace the in person it is is not the same in all I'm kind of tired of it to be truly on something Oh. My God! I've never had so many zoo meanings in my life and I'm tired of staring at my computer. I just want to hug somebody. I know of two kids at home, so they're doing all the remote learning, but not totally over it. You have a program that you're doing next week. WanNa. Tell us about that. I'm on the Board for the food. Products of the Food Project is a nonprofit organization that helps the youth in South West Baltimore. In the two one two two three zip code, which is the poorest Zip Code in Baltimore so pretty much helping? I'll inner city youth in. It's not all about food like. We have a different kind of specialty so like Mondays cooking with cat, Tuesday's like mental health, Wednesday's science or something like that, so it's like a cool after school program. As well as the kids have created their own products called CD nutty in. It's kind of like Granola and they've actually been picked up by the Orioles stadium in their other little small locations in under armor. They have a contract with under armour, so they're able to hire the youth in its youth. Youth run so it's pretty cool and so I've been working with a scientist Dr Nina. She works with Public Health, and she pulled all the strings together to put together a grant for us so that we can teach the kids a cooking program like healthy eating, so I'm going to kick that off hopefully next Monday, so I have my curriculum all out for them. We're GONNA do some knife skills sanitation all that jazz excited Oh. That's great. Are Your kids cooks? My daughter is my son's not into it at all. When he has a mother who's a show, and that's the thing I told him. He hurt my feelings that other day because I'm like I'm always cooking with love and all you want is McDonald's. No I know. But my daughter loves it. She's always in the kitchen, mommy. I'm GonNa make some pancakes. Some cupcakes from scratch. He's on Google looking at recipes and makes it happen I love that it's been really nice seeing how many kids have have learned how to cook? That's one of the I guess. One of the few bright spots of what's been going on is a how many of them have discovered a love for cooking. Don't go away. We'll be right back after this word from Sonos move. Not only Sonos the sponsor for today's podcast. They graciously sent me their new premium. SONOS moves speaker to test out and very excited, because I love listening to music or podcasts when I'm cooking cleaning in my apartment, but I haven't had a proper speaker setup in ages. I just played everything through my phone, not the worst, but definitely not the best. So anyway, I got my Sonos move charged. It downloaded the SONOS APP and set everything up in about five minutes. I turned on one of my playlists via the Sonos. APP and the move filled my kitchen with beautiful sound I'd forgotten. A great speaker can make music sound, so mind blowing. Some other cool things about son US move well. It's called move because it's cordless and once it's charged. You can easily move it around your house or apartment whether you're baking in your kitchen grilling outside or taking a break in the bathtub. Sonos move can hang out with you making sure you're surrounded by gorgeous sound. sonos moves even waterproof and drop resistant. How about that and the design is great? VISIT SONOS DOT COM to learn more. That's my conversation with Katina Smith of just call me chef. So cat, let's talk about how you became a chef. How human ship I? It all started in high school. Really I mean I always love cooking are always love watching food network, and I never I guess put two and two together until about senior year when everybody was picking majors in. College I had absolutely no clue in I was freaking. Like. What am I gonNA? Do and I was like you know what I love cooking I think that's like a thing I think that's a job. I I said I'm going to culinary school. And so I went to culinary school's straight, Outta high school and I've made so many detours I'm glad I found my way back while I was in culinary school. Actually they had the military. They're set up a table for career day, and they were selling this whole dream about how many cook and fancy foods for generals and the President I was like Oh. That's amazing you know I'm a Navy Brat Anyway. Okay, that's cool. And so I went ahead and joined the military in still in the air. Force Reserve fifteen years later. And, Never cooked for President or General. Detoured into working for government because you know when you are in the armed services, it comes along with security clearances, and all that fun stuff so so more money over here. I'm going to do that, but then I said you know what my true love is cooking, and that's where I needed to be and I was working in DC. For Army engineers where I just said you know what don't pack up my bag and my friend had sent me an email like hey, do you want this line? Could job making thirteen dollars an hour an hour? And I'm sitting here. Looking at my government salary like I can't believe him walking away from this money I'm GonNa. Do it because I'm unhappy. I love to cook and that's what I meant to do so I, did it I made that leap of faith. And Right now. You're a private chef, right? I am a private chef. I do have a nine to five where I work for a catering company copper kitchen, which is pretty amazing here in Baltimore, but I've I worked about everywhere like in every crevice of course. Like. School Institutions Hotel restaurants catering I realize that. Production cooking definitely isn't my niche. I'll do it to get my check, but I love intimate situations hosting dinner parties cooking at people's homes, and so I think that's what my true love is. Have you had to refit by mean, obviously you have. But how have you rethought your business in light of Kobe mostly, I've been working on. Just call me chef stuff, but now also saying okay coming out of this I don't think I really truly want to go back to my nine to five job. In thinking of I've been building my chef cat website on the things that I'm going to be able to offer so I've been hosting a dinner party. Pre Code called three pedals where. where I'd I run, it almost like a restaurant where you have a menu, depict gear selections from to Seatings of ten people, and you'll have a three course meal and I had a similarly area in a pastry chef. Here with me and I'M GONNA. Continue to do that. When outside opens up again as well as I have private chef clients in than I. Do you know small catering here there so I'll continue to do those things, and do you have a specialty or specialties? Not Really. And I felt bad about that. Because people always ask that question but I'm like you know what I'm not really in a box and I feel like I can make anything and wild. Cohen's been going on I've been consistently doing lives on Monday and I've been trying to touch like each cuisine, so people can see how well-versed I am. You've been on July a lot. I was like okay well, at least people can see that I really do cook because for a while I was just post in Patriots. You Know Cute Selfie, little kid pictures, but I'm like no I really do do this for a living so lemme. Take advantage in show. You guys that I'm actually doing this. This is you know how people will labor you all your instagram chef, or whatever I said? No I actually actually can cook, so let me show you guys. Will also you've been so busy on? Just call me chef definitely like I I WanNa pour one hundred percent of myself into that, so it's so it's accessible. Do you see the day where you are you working toward the day where that would be your fulltime job? I do see the day I think the days already here I've been talking with my fiance and dislike I. Don't think I WANNA go back to work in these You know what I support you one hundred percent on that, so that's why I've been diligently working on this website and sliding people's DM sending emails out to people potential clients into organizations on how we can partner work together so yeah. I think I think that might be the plan sooner than later, so let's talk about that I mean if folks go to the just commie chef website, they can see that there are different ways that they can support or join the organization. Right so four membership there are three levels so like the culinary level, which is like the student level sous chef in executive chef in get more benefits as you go up in the levels, but right now where restructuring it. So what's up there and I think I. Actually took that off the website instead. open enrollment is coming soon so all. That is kind of changing. Changing, but you can also donate their in you. Can sign up for the newsletter which I'm working on to get out hopefully in the next two days on the stuff that we're working on so like for July? There are a couple of you know how they have like national food as there are a lot of national beverage related days. I said Oh this'll be. Be a cool time to highlight women beverage during July and it's culinary arts appreciation, so we're going to be doing some fun stuff with that. We just launched a cherry bomb drinks. I don't know if you split up I now. I think that's cool. And I had put out the idea of just going to be shoved black beverage, so that will be a cool. Cool, little collab- care plant, a little seed, the thing that will be pretty cool and I actually got to yesterday. Wasn't event called Private Chef Week and I was able to talk with a capricious. A bartender not needs to do a little more research about her, but I asked her what she via part of in. She said Yeah, so that's pretty cool. I just. Just love how we're able virtually to make friends in in how it we can help each other out I think that's pretty cool. What's going on that is? That is a nice part of it. I will say that much. You also have merch on your site. We have bracelets have patches for members so I. Hope to grow that, too, because that's going to be one of. Of Our. I guess our big moneymakers to help fund. The organization is our merchandise. No, that'll be fun house. Baltimore doing all of this I know all the big city have been really just hit so hard in the restaurant. Scenes are struggling. Yes, I've seen a lot of friends. Close their doors permanently, which is like heartbreaking, but then like the other day I posted like. Like. What's Your Cova? Come up in? Some people are doing really well because people are so bored, but they're still hungry. They're tired of cooking. At first, everybody was excited to cook dinner every day and then like art. We're over it, so they're back to ordering like crazy. In some of the black owned businesses were already in situations for takeout. You know what I mean. Mean like a lot of black owned businesses aren't the sit down. Nice restaurants there takeout, and so they are making all the money, and like even. Amanda just walking her through opening up her spot. It was just so crazy, but she finally got it opened. An her line is already like down the block as soon as she. Oh bins. Yes, so proud of her. We're talking again about Amanda Mack. Who has crossed Mac and she gets opened her new space in Baltimore. Yes, and it's so beautiful inside of Whitehall mill. It's a soul and is love the support that she's getting so that's pretty cool. Baltimore has been crazy. You know the rioting the protests, but that that part has slowed down, but as of recently I don't know if you saw the article about the Restaurant Group Atlas Group here, so there was a black family that came into one of their restaurants. Who's obey and the manager told them that the the boy couldn't eat there because he was athletic apparel than the mother pointed out that there was a white boy with the same, basically same outfit on these kids are under twelve years old. And he had nothing to say for himself, and she got it on. Record it with our phone in posted in a went viral, and then it just Kinda set the city on fire, but we already been talking about atlas group in their crazy behavior before with their rest codes, and it was just you can tell. It was racially geared, because it says. Ono Baggy Pants, no hat, backwards, hats or something like that. Like who are you talking to I? Really like who are you talking to? We know who you're talking to. I mean so regis. And what do they expect a child to wear for God's sakes? Exactly and I'm just like even like Cindy Wolf posted. Her disdain for them. She has no dress code in Charleston is one of the nicest restaurants in the city in no dress code at all. I was just dying in there the other day, I I was dressed casually nice, but then I saw some other people in there and they had on Basketball Jersey. Whatever and she's. Hey, it's fine with me. Has That restaurant group done anything to make amends Oh? My Gosh, they've put our fake half-hearted apologies. And I'm just not for it, but they they had. They put out to apologies and said that, and they said they took the dress code away from to lower their restaurants I'm like why not all of them and the one way I was telling you about earlier about the no hat in baggy pants. That's a crab house. People just aren't going to support these restaurants anymore. No, not at all and the people who do support them are not the. The kind of people, you should want US clients exactly, but the thing is too and what I'm scared of. Is this whole movement it becoming trendy and you know all of my black friends have seen an influx in followers in that kind of thing, and I'm just like is truly genuine. You know what I mean. Do you really support Mary? You just trying to make yourself feel good and in. That's the issue that I'm having is. Is it sincere? People just have to be committed to continuing to do the work. Let's talk about some positive things that could come out of. We. want the bomb squad to support. Just call me chef. However, they can whether donations if you are out there, and you work for a company of means, look into supporting cat and her conference next year, but just bigger picture you know between Colon and everything that's revealed and you know the protests and the black lives matter movement. And what would you like to see? Come out of all of this? I would like to see more of our faces in places where we usually aren't like even food network I think they're trying to do some work, but we've been looking at the same six white people for the past two decades are plus this diverse, a firing things and being open to situations in not us being a trend like if you just like I said, looking on people's social media in helping the cause, and not just because Oh will you know status quo or anything that is truly believing in US cat? You've been remarkable. You've been such a good friend to Cherry. Cherry bomb and it's been great getting to know you and I think what you're doing is awesome and I. Hope you get a really beautiful break and just have world easiest labor and delivery impre, so I pray so so that's the only big picture ass, but as far as just call me chef like I want this conference to be historic so to you know people put validation on who'll year associated with? We were able to get some cool people behind that supporting this conference. That will be absolutely uneasy. Now knowing you. You'RE GONNA. Happen, thank you carry. Appreciate you so much. And I appreciate you cat, thank you for everything you do for your community for the bomb squad and for the food world at large. If you'd like to support Katina's work visit, just call me chef dot, Co, you can donate. CHECK OUT THEIR MERCH or sign up for open enrollment, which is coming soon. Speaking of Cats Radio Cherry bomb is edited by Cat Garelli our theme song is all fired up by the band. Cha La la hanging there. Everybody and thank you for listening. You're the bomb. I'll have what she's having. Hi, my name is tracey Tisdale Richardson. Co Founder and CEO of Lilies of Charleston in Charleston. South Carolina producer of specialty, hot sauces, Barbecue, sauces and spice mixes. Do you want to know who I think? IS THE BOMB CARDIAC Brown food network host of Delicious Miss Brown? 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This is the Memory Palace. A NATO. There once was a man from pawtucket. His name was Sam Patch. When he was a little kid, he did what most little kids in pawtucket Rhode Island did in the early eighteen hundreds. He went to work. Six days a week in the textile. Mills. Twelve hours a day in winter fourteen or sixteen in the haze in sweltering summer. And when Sam Patch was seven or eight, maybe nine. He did with some of the men in the did. On. His Break Little Sam would follow them up to the top of the high bluffs by the waterfall that powered the mill. And he jump. He'd leave out over the rocks that can break your legs plummet down to that one spot in the blackstone river that was deep enough that you wouldn't break neck. For those few seconds. Falling through the air. In cutting through the cold turn of the water. He'd be free of the mill. And then he'd swim to shore and Dryer. Go back to work to finish out the day. In the lifetime of days, just like that lay ahead of them inside. In, Soon Sam's favourite escape became the favourite escape but most of the other workers there at the cotton mill. They wouldn't actually jump themselves. They just sit in the grass and the riverbank, eat their launch and watch him do it. In. San Patch found his calling and following. Eighteen twenty seven he had been working in the mills for fifteen years. He was twenty. He was living in Paterson New Jersey which is the duck at Rhode Island of New Jersey and he was ready to take his lunchtime leaping to the next level. So he climbed up to the top of PASSAIC falls seventy feet up he'd been talking about for days maybe weeks. So come lunchtime, there were hundreds of people they're looking up from the base of the fault finding that kid from the factory floor still a kid really out on the rocks in the midst knees bent arms out for balance. And then God flash against the falls. And then it face coming out of the Russian river. All smiles? The next day, the papers called him the New Jersey Jumper, and then Sam Patch left the mills behind for good. For two years, he toured the northeast. Jumped flagpoles a factory roofs off the masts of ships. If you draw a crowd and some cash. You had access to something really tall. Patch totally jump off of it. In the fall of eighteen, twenty nine, he climbed out onto a platform one, hundred, twenty, five feet above the Nagara River amidst the swirling spray of the famous falls. And stepped off. He swam to shore waved up to ten thousand spectators roaring their appreciation DOPP. And collect money from the hundreds of people who paid to sit in bleachers. Get. Close to the action. Men admired him. Women adored him. Parents worried their children would want to be him. Saint Patch become one of the most famous man in America. By jumping off really high stuff. It was a simpler time. In ridiculous route to fame. But up here looking down from our vaunted perch. In America, a couple of hundred years later in America who elected president best known for firing people on television who has shown her light on its citizens merely for repeatedly praising their friends, sneakers were melting down in a Bagel shop or racking strangely on the ride home from the dentist or being grumpy looking cat in America, who may well be fretting over her instagram account right now worried that North Carolina. Fat. It is hard to judge. India. America demanded more. They wanted more spectacular leaps more danger they wanted more from the man who had come from nothing. Demand who had toiled in the same mills as they had. Found a way out. was once mired in the drudgery of an all-too-familiar existence. And literally risen above it. Having, conquered the Great Niagara. There was really only one more place to go. At least an itinerant daredevil living off hat pass donations in the early nineteenth century could reasonably get to. So he found his way here too high falls. The name alone would have learned him look at it. Listen to you. Hold on a second on new positive. Music. Listen to. If you live in or around Rochester? You will have heard of Sam Patch. He is still a celebrity of sorts here. Maybe. Only here. You might have heard of him in school or story time at the library. If you went to the old laser show. These to have one on told like led Zeppelin planetarium show but projected onto the cliffs. Maybe, you saw Sam that famous jumper. However poorly rendered though I'm was something special at the it was lasers. Maybe. Saw Sam jump off high falls. Try to see a man. A. Real Mad. Real. Man, sized. IN WHITE LINEN SUIT What he would wear. And find a place for him to stand. Now outcropping allege, it can be anywhere near the top of the falls. About one hundred feet up. No one actually knows which when it was. Maybe the real spot has gone now anyway. Broken off and tumbled in. Or is covered over today by higher water. Simply something upstream has changed the way the genesee flows. See, this man of yours there on this rock of yours. Try To picture him midst. The swirling spray. Testing. The Wind. Testing his balance. Finding a spot that isn't slick with Moss or the rushing river? And try in trade places with him for a moment if you can. There at the top of the falls. And November six, eighteen, twenty, nine. It's cold here in November. The water, the myths that might freeze in your hair, your beard. There, at the top of the falls with some seven thousand people maybe eight told. On the banks down below. Hanging out of the windows mills, which was as daring as most of Sam's old cohort would get. or in a traffic jam carts and Horses Mad, they left too late to the crowd. And try and see a bear to the cub. Sam Patch found one somewhere on the road from buffalo put a rope around its neck. Managed to get it out there in the ledge up there. Ninety something feet above the river. The rocks and then pushed it off. And see if you can. Following among the missed. A bear that should not be falling among the missed. A bear that should not be crashing through the surface of the river. So. Cold. Plunging down to where it's colder still. Tossed around in the tumult in the current but live and struggling for air struggling to get to shore confused terrified all instinct off fight. May. Its claws have taken a piece out of the people who sent Sam to pull it out. Now see. Sam Self. Standing. And then falling. Flash against the spray. And then a shadow in the water. Rising, rising up to the surface and climbing up the banks of the river to raptures. To coins collected by the hatful. From his fans along the river. Thrilled to see their hero. Thrilled to raise them up some more. But one can only so high. Fliers went up all over Rochester next day. Two o'clock that Friday the thirteenth. Sampath was going to take his final jump. He was retiring. He had taken his odd discipline as far as. Far as anyone ever could. That afternoon November, eighteen, twenty nine. Sam. Patch. Clambered up to the top of platform. One hundred and twenty five feet above the river. Many feet higher than his jump the week before it had to be. That to be more spectacular. Who would come out if it weren't? When he got to his feet. And looked out at the crowd. There at least eight thousand. Nine thousand people. Who left their machines at the mills and factories to cheer on one of their own one last time He shouted something down to them some declaration of purpose some thoughts about self determination. Some height related metaphors America America something something who can say? No one could hear him up there above the roar of the falls the when he was done, he looked down at the genesee at his fans on its banks. Leapt. Disappeared into the water blow. And when he didn't come up. When he didn't appear with a triumphant wave about for the crowd and a wing for the ladies. People refuse to believe that it wasn't part of the show. They thought it was a brilliant scheme. Figured he'd show up next year back from the dead for another leap. Even months later when a farmer, some miles from the city found Sam's body in a frozen stream running through his pastor. Trapped beneath the ice. People refuse to believe they're here was gone. This nineteenth century evil knievel turn nineteenth century. Elvis. People would say they were just sure they saw him walking through Cleveland that CARE in the world? Where some leaping alone by moonlight into the Mississippi. The Wax Hatching. That they saw him one day. While they were sitting there looms. Thought, they saw him walking out the front door of their mill. Never. Looking back. This episode of the Memory Palace was written by me now and produced with Elizabeth Oberg. For the key bank. Rochester fringe festival with funding by the New York State Council on the arts memory palaces proud member radio, Topa, a collective of independent podcast from Pierre X. Learn more about the memory palace and subscribe to the podcast, which is basically just like this with your waterfalls at the Memory Palace dot us. Thanks for listening. Radio too.

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AP Headline News Jan 09 2019 12:00 (EST)

AP Radio News

04:51 min | 2 years ago

AP Headline News Jan 09 2019 12:00 (EST)

"Brexit may not be certain. But one thing is clear. Your business could face serious challenges. Enterprise. Arlyn's wide range of supports will help you plan innovate compete and diversify speak to your enterprise Arslan development adviser or visit prepare for Brexit Dodi an initiative of the government of Ireland. AP radio news. I'm Ed Donahue. The discussions continue later today between President Trump and leaders of congress. The president wants an agreement on border security to end a partial government shutdown press secretary, Sarah Sanders, says President Trump is hoping to hear from Democrats yet to respond yet to eat them and make a counter offer to come to the table. We hope they'll get serious about negotiating. We hope we see that this afternoon. The president wants five point seven billion dollars for a border wall. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer wants to see the partial shutdown and now, and they can talk later about the wall. The message to the president and GOP leaders are federal workers just want to do their job. It's time that you to yours. The White House is trying to shore up GOP support a source tells the AP deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein is going to resign. When William bell is sworn in as the new attorney general press secretary, Sarah Sanders, says Rosenstein was not forced out. I know that deputy attorney general had always. Planned to stay around two years. He would like to help with the transition of bringing the new attorney general in Rosenstein appointed special counsel Robert Muller to the Russia investigation. Iran's supreme leader called US officials first class idiots mocking. American leaders secretary of state, Mike Pompeo tour is the Middle East do promote the White House's tough stance on Iran. Police in Paterson New Jersey are trying to determine how a man who recorded a frantic video at a police station while end up unresponsive while being taken to the hospital and later died unionized workers at General Motors assembly plant in Canada are holding another sit down protest over the planned closure of the facility GM announced in November. It will cut up to fourteen thousand workers in North America and put five plants up for possible closure US and China extended their trade talks for third day that help keep stocks higher on Wall Street. This is AP radio news. New York's Chrysler building is on the market. Here's the AP's. Warren Levinson, graceful art, deco skyscraper. Designed by William van. Allen was built for the automobile company between nineteen twenty eight and nineteen thirty and was the tallest building in the world until the next year. When the Empire State building was completed the seventy seven story skyscraper was last sold in two thousand eight the Abu Dhabi Investment council paid eight hundred million dollars for a ninety percent stake in it a price. Some investors say the sellers may be hard pressed to match in the middle of Manhattan building boom, the Chrysler buildings at a competitive disadvantage with newer towers that come with amenities like outdoor spaces. Plus it's harder to maintain a chrome clad structure built ninety years ago. Warren Levinson, New York, a traffic. Nightmares ahead in Seattle. A major highway shuts down for good starting on Friday. The Alaskan way viaduct will be replaced by a new four lane tunnel. But that won't open until three weeks after the viaduct closes as workers realign the highway into it. I'm Ed Donahue, AP radio news.

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WeeklyVee 006 | Trash Talk and WeeklyVee Collide

The GaryVee Audio Experience

43:13 min | 1 year ago

WeeklyVee 006 | Trash Talk and WeeklyVee Collide

"Take a couple things before we go into this podcast. I really actually want you to beat me your feedback on how you like. Weekly podcast form. So please. A hit me up on twitter. Gary be e and just put Hashtag Gary v Podcast with the W. There as well So I could see your feedback on weekly. Be Seven in this episode. We go to studio in Atlanta below. Yati do a lengthened five with rockoff which has been crushing Lincoln. If you don't follow me there you make it a huge mistake. A big team Gary be meeting and then I go to Paterson New Jersey talk some real estate and then a Chicago in La trip to rounded out. I hope you guys enjoy it Please hit me up with some feedback on twitter on how you like listening to the blog. And if you're not watching the blog it's YouTube dot com slash Gary v with. Wbz's again please join. This is Gary v Audio experienced. Goodwill I thank you sir. You know what time it is what am I doing? What do you think I'm doing? I'm trying to make some money windows. Starbucks get the Puck t rock whatever a Mug life it this week leaving six. Do Not love think you lost. We Be Monday was basically completely confidential. Meeting your really counts and on will and this is heading home to the leadership to wrap it up just feeling very operational very CEO level never felt better host three super bowl spots post tons of digital social comedian. Aor Work Driving Businesslike. Deal it guys. It's weekly Tuesday. Ten forty four had a big banner. Sports meeting just did a podcast with a founder of one of my investments and now I'm going through lots of headaches and my text everyone I'm nick and the head of education. That's Sasha Group. I'm that character that sits in the back right of the room on the side of Gary during these four these episodes that everybody seems to love so much. We're GONNA watch a clip right now. Our most recent sessions. It was actually the first one of twenty twenty. Have you held out of New York City Office? These are just loaded with tidbits of information and obviously a lot of energy from Gary. But for us. These are so much because we get to water Right alongside with small and mid market businesses really consult them in a full day not just on their businesses but the way that this whole machine thinks so. Enjoy this episode. That don't some of this CR a certain. But he also gave him some tracking our Barrett but the compensation is too high you know a competitor. The big the biggest. It was similar to what I was saying him. The biggest decision you're going to have to make in the short term you're going to have to transition to brand marketing. That's smart versus. What your all your energy right now which is transactional marketing right. Because it's his intent base marketing on Google search ads right. I need a house cleaner in Long Island. Enter you show up cool. I want to be when I was doing it for wine for five cents. A click good now. Those same words are eight bucks not as good less people even going to search more people deciding to buy wine because of instagram. And because it tick Tock and because of Youtube because a podcast couple things one not open yet but for all of you. I think one of the really good ad products. That's on the verge of coming out is a pre roll live read meaning a human reads it spotify product. That's going to be out in about three to six months where you'll be able to like you buy Google ad words and facebook. Ads Put in a script that you want podcast readers to read and then you pay for the impressions and people just read them like podcasts providers speakers right negotiation than just can decide to be a part of this and when he starts his podcast. He goes Ricky's donuts now available like literally library old school. Nineteen fifties radio at scale. That's going to be interesting and you can run it in New York and Miami. Only I think your business explodes if you figure out how to do. Facebook marketing Because facebook facebook is the killer APP for forty five to nine year olds which already like from a residential standpoint of of having the network to be able to afford a house cleaner instead of not right instead of doing it. You're fucking self and and when you really understand facebook ads and really understand had a breakdown. New York and Miami into forty five to fifty different segmentation and then what video or picture to put in front of them and really get good at it. Facebook will return so much more for you than than Google ad words long-term and we'll build brand equity and creates word of mouth in a way that Google doesn't Google I type in. I need a house cleaner than Rochester. Enter its insular facebook. If you make a really interesting ad I may share it or I make tag meribel in it. It's inherently word of mouth structured not structured. Which is why it's so much more powerful. Let's have everybody. Is Tyler here My new title is office of the CEO. Formerly mates title but now networks for him if he wants Snakes over there and the cut We are about to go into a clip. That is really Gary speaking for about five minutes and five minutes. Thirty seconds about Sports cards with Serge. Ibaka This it's been fascinating the sports-card singing someone that's working with Kerry six years and really known him well for five years And watched his cycle of where he's deploying capital and resources from an investment strategy. So listen here to this clip Gary Pushing Serge Ibaka to Get involved as well from an investment standpoint from a cultural relevant Sam Point And I charge you yourself as well just pay attention to ebay search. Psa Ten prison PSA ten and go to sold and see how much is being actually sold the last two the two highs items on Ebay last year sold. We're both trading hearts and so it's been wild to see carrier does close to zero now startup investing and his returns on sports cars and my returns personally have been phenomenal and charge you to actually listen to what he's saying and go make a play. That's what we thought mega play. Megaplier do start investing in sports cards with. I'm not kidding you listen to me. I'm telling you noble ship two hundred fifty thousand dollars on the Brown Jim Rookie cards. Four months they've come from a thousand to four thousand dollars. Cj mccollum texted me today. Two hundred thousand dollars in a month. Listen I'm good serious. High put over a million dollars in sports cart over over startups over real estate. And how much do we make profit? Seven the Lebron. I've just been getting into a little bit like fringe about lebrun release ago. Twenty four hundred dollars. It's four thousand if the Liberal Lakers rookie your last year before the Ron. Call it this time. Last year it's eighty x eighty six. You could've spent two hundred thousand and made eighty X. I walked eight hundred rookie cards last year at at one hundred. Eighty dollars three thousand. I'm telling you right now sneakers all the sneaker kids. You can't get enough all you can't get enough travis. Scott you're kicking easies but if you're right about you know who? I bought a ton of pennies devante Graham Point Guard and Charlotte Sports. You could make a fortune and I mean a lot of three things. One forty five year olds like me. The biggest Europe sports cards was nine hundred. Eighty six to one thousand nine hundred eighty. Those boys now have sons that are six seven eight so that always happens. That's how toys work every twenty years number two gambling gambling now packs. A pack of cards can be two hundred dollars. Yeah and you know what you can find in their one hundred fifty thousand dollars. You can pull a hundred fifty thousand dollar Luca rookie card from last year and a pack of cards. Campbell number three sneakers. You can't get enough of this if you know. This is the next hot sneaker. You can't buy enough dunks Colli can. It's over the Internet limited edition so what happened is all those kids that need a ton of money as thirteen fourteen. Fifteen sixteen year olds because they got all the friends from high school to stand in line at a sneaker store by fifty pairs that came over. So they've taken their attention to sports cards. Because if you were right about Luca Danni Lucas for thirty eight dollars last year because draymond green told me he's like a real player and I trust him because he's you know he's dray he's always like fuck. Everybody was like this can play now. The fucking four hundred dollars. I could have bought. I bought hundred. I bought ten thousand. I fucking millions of dollars. You're GonNa love this who you think you can answer is because I bought sixty one of the other day. What's the one card on by the most stuff the number one columbine? I can't wait to tell you it's two hundred fifty dollars nothing. My belief is that Africa and the next thirty forty years is going to be the number. One new consonant like Asia and when that happens Akilahsiti want rookie. Cards are going to be the demand from. I mean. This is thirty years so long time but I still believe it. I'm buying so much hockey Malaysia. One it's crazy part. That's right but what's to what's so for you whether it's Jordan or magic or Kareem fine but then on top of that so there's art long-term thirty years and then there's this why you have such a big advantage there Thursday night in Cleveland and you're watching Collins Sexton and you're like why's he got and so good right like there's a two sided. There's high I mean if you if you're right about Colin Sexton if you're right about him if you're right about your guy like you get those right you're talking twenty fifty one hundred x so you gamble a little here and you buy. But I'm telling you what I do know investing because everything's overpriced got. Everyone's gotTa start up. I've seen the cycle of like I mean you're not writing checks like you were four or five years. Say something to give you the advice. I'm taking I'm not investing anybody. Startups GONZALVO FIT. Everybody's got a business. Everything's everything's fifty nine dollars. Meanwhile this black and white and I and I like it and no it's Wednesday William Swing inside. Yes in general with no real obvious rationale. I was a little bit of a less fired up optimistic mood. I was definitely not pessimistic. And I'm not sure what content will see from yesterday and you might even be like. What are you talking about but I could literally feel it like I was eighty eight instead of where I am right now. Which is a ninety seven in the gratitude excitement thing? I don't know I fasted for almost two days so in my energy a little bit down too much over the weekend. Trying to keep a tight dimples coming back. We've noticed a little weight test. You see me every day but go look back at some December videos nonetheless. Just you know whether it was the weather. It's been gloomy. A lot of rain lately will sunny today because I usually attribute that to meetings that I'm not excited about firing someone negative but I didn't really have that on my schedule yesterday so it caught my attention so weekly update on on Hump Day. I'm so grateful that my down or challenged as or in the be range of the school grasped B minus. But it feels really good to be in. The name might say minus a minus a range today so happy about that. That was an interesting thing to share. You know I think I ranges tighter unhappy but I but I do think even within my range you can feel B minus. That's my range and family members friends deep relationships that ranged between an F. and that's challenging and I have a lot of empathy compassion sympathy for that. My big thing is not beating yourself up or or or getting to down on when it's not clicking. I think people perpetuate things where it's like Oh crap today's and it just becomes like you know you spin out of hand. It was interesting. I kept it in the pocket of like tomorrow's and play and sure enough but I forced that through that perspective. Or whether just serendipity of my normal state like just an even higher elevated move actually know what's funny. Just look the tyler goes. There was something that happened yesterday. With one of our great employees is that was challenging. It was raining morning. I wonder if that put me in a subconscious sad state. So what are you talking about so anyway good stuff hope? You're getting value out of the block appreciated because sometimes I think you're not human relations. Yeah I think that's right I'm I I'm trying to even way put it because I want to tell the truth. Somebody's watching right now. It's like B minus. Fuck you Dick. I'm D- up you know like but I am trying to push myself to be a little bit more vulnerable. I'm a little bit worried that the tension I have right now bro. You know this you're around me like this is showing the blog. But you actually know this dude. I am optimistic and grateful like way way way more than the masses. You're not human correct and I'm worried about that in a lot of ways because a that be I don't want people to aspire to that see. I don't want people to become detached to me a resentful at me for it. I'm trying to find a way to make it bring value not perpetuate frustration. So I think it's imperative on me to evolve in doing the best can't even though it's not my natural state because shown mobility bleeds into complaining. Which is something visceral to some trying to challenge by self says well and like even you responding that way gives me the affirmation of like exactly knowing that you can swing more than me and so can literally fuck nine percent of everybody else. Who's watching this right this second and knowing that at all the other stuff in the blog this week this two minute. Thirteen second clip has potential one person for real seriously and I think the biggest. Don't be yourself up like I could see that yesterday's bee minus for whatever the fuck it is with everything could lead to see minus today if I let it and I understand that. And that's the insight don't beat yourself up don't beat yourself up. Don't like a sports mentality go over eight. Today's over four over four baseball like cool. You know three for three runs like like you've your life in front of you released so much happiness. You'd be thirty seven watching this right now. Everything bad everything. You've sixty years. Everything like sports losing twenty-one Chiefs. I want us to hear they were down by double digits in every game. Real talk punk ass. What's good do you eat food? That is a very simple question. I have for you food now. If that food happens to be gourmet stuff like delicious Allah boils or cookies or that kind of random shit then you need to go to Yummy text. Dot Com Yummy Y. U. M. Y. TEX DOT COM Gourmet Foods. That ridiculous discounts just like wine texts but for olive oils pastas HOT SAUCES. Mustards and other exotic candies and such yummy texts dot com the place to buy gourmet food ever ridiculously low prices. Hey guys it's my money to Monday about. The watch is a meeting. We had with Russ in Atlanta in the studio. Check it out. No but you were saying like they don't humans under right. It's very rare. It's it's why knew you were going to be human. You're going to be so much bigger than you are right now. Because we're GONNA talk account not on some real shit. Honestly the reason that fucking song when that moment happened about what eight weeks ago Tober eighteenth beautiful. When I saw that I swear to God I was like you have like fifteen more. I know well and honestly you what we're talking about though. Is that every. You never stopped blowing up. It's an ongoing greenough. It's this we're also also there. We know we didn't see Elton. John's career looked like in the beginning. We're we're not young right like like watch eminem freestyle videos when he was seventeen in his house whatever no but the video dumb referring to USA an aggressive as you don't understand it and you'll hear the energy but not the words one hundred percent. What's good if you do not listen to this means music every fucking night talking up. I'll keep it real simple russ comes something important. Well I'll tell you what's very important is that Gary is always ahead of the curve and you once again. There's some that I champion. Is the fearlessness too to be down? I understand y'all here on over here. You know what I'm saying is like it's a quality that even even if you don't like what he's being phillies about it's equality that you have more of it. Maybe you could be your down to go down the diner fucking sword. It's as simple as that. I don't want to and I just want to stop this baby. You sounds you're saying other people care about and then it's basically this after. Can you start I when other people think it looks actually yourself? You don't have to tell you decide real when you wake up leaving other people care about the problems or when you wake one and see what it looks like from hearing other people's Opinions WanNa see what it looks like when you think people care about your complaints. Because he's saying well the land of make believe so people thinking that they actually care about complaints. I think WanNa see what it looks like when you thank you millionaire by the roadway actually record to this that this shit that doesn't mean you can't it just means a move people don't realize the amount of time and work that takes action. I am feeling that can be a really consistent for me because I think most people have been openly all the time so I think that a lot and see how this does anything they believe. I think almost everything everybody loses shrank drop. Litter and whatnot on pony was over potential. Five of you drop it and then you turn then price on. You need to do read. I can look out yet. Then you can turn the afterwards. This is weekly B word missing. Dj were such a pleasure to pleasure. Honoring my man. He's a real pleasure so it's ridiculous these famous. It's a real pleasure to meet you. I love mccosh. How are you? GonNa Ruin Super Simple. We grew we were parented grandparenthood by people who did two hundred but we are so. That's the Shit I'm trying to get people think about. How old are you for this right so like when we were fucking team? Forty three thousand watts feel like I'm using been through some. There's a lot to do last and did you know what ends up happening is when you're in something that has youth culture in it. You see somebody doing something special that you're proud of for them. We're happy for them or any of them and their nineteen. You're damn things like. Don't look at them. Look at the other. Four billion people that are eighty doing shit with Gary looker. Mark Shufflings twenty-five chance to rapper. You already did. I'm like what about the fucking in fucking people that are. Ain't doing Shit Until Evan. Broke through te looking at the point. Zero one percent to judge your happiness. Canasta saw us in this room. Being in America. We're ready winning perspective once you seek gratitude and opportunity. Lives Fun when you think something. Suppressing you it's easier for you to feel suppressed minority. I get it. That's true. That's actually true. Once you get into what am I gonNA look into true true for me? As I spent the first twenty years building my parents business for them lots of things church was good then have tragic ends like like. There's a lot of people decided. I dwells play prevent defense or if you can see opportunity in new grateful going off and that's what I'm trying to get people through. I could sit with anybody. Show me the richest white male in America and help some shit like his mom was horrible. You know what I mean right like you pick show me. Everybody knows somebody who's got all sorts of fucked up situations and they're happy called perspective. Everybody can talk about somebody who's happy with them. That has it way worse and sadder than them that way better right. And if that's true which it is for everybody you think then that becomes the actual about and that's what I'm trying to be popular and that's why you're clicking an impact because it leads to a nice place you know because I come from a place. That's more zero. And so the way I talk to people in that spot is not looking down at them and it's not even trying to inspire them. It's just real everything. Just said sounds inspirational. It's actually practical Russia like you can do it. It's how we choose to look at your life and then if you practically realize opportunity and be grateful for whatever the fuck you because somebody's always got it worse well getting interesting. I think every set like Sean listening and I'm like YEP YEP chip on shoulder chip on shoulder in the east. Right is the punchline. He's my Iris. Tw- Working on MTV Music Awards. Six years ago is a lame instagram post below average. You wouldn't even stop and your feet ship. That's what he went Jim. My Jamal Adams. 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The Spying Life of Fritz Duquesne, Part 2

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The Spying Life of Fritz Duquesne, Part 2

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Listen to missing in Alaska on the iheartradio, APP apple podcasts or wherever you find your favorite shows. Welcome to stuff. You missed in history class. A production of iheartradio. Hello and welcome to the podcast I'm holly FRY and I'm Tracy will thin okay. This is a part two. Of Our our two-parter Fritz Duquesne and we are going to pick up right where we left off in the story of the life of Fritz Duquesne adventurer and spy, so if you did not listen to the first part you really should, or this is probably GonNa make no sense whatsoever so when we left off, Fritz had made his way after an escape from Bermuda to Paterson New Jersey. He had done this through a network of sympathisers after a few weeks and Patterson. He got word that the American Transvaal League in New York would be able to help him. He got set up in the city and worked first as a subway conductor, which really hated and then as a subscription collector for the. The New York Herald Fritz wasn't really content in that role, either, but he was able to parlay it into work as a reporter, and that launched a nice little career for him, he started writing about some of his adventures back in Africa and these articles in the Herald were so popular that other papers started to become interested in him. So for the five years from one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, nine, thousand, nine Duquesne was moving from paper to paper as one after another made him more lucrative offers in this reputation and income also offered Duquesne the best payment of all the opportunity to craft and identity for himself entirely to his own liking, he wrote several novels and plays, and even started lecturing. In his own chameleon way became had made himself into a perfect, New, York gentleman with enough celebrity to stay employed Fritz, wrote about all kinds of globe, trotting travel and embedded reporting that he was doing, but most of these claims are unsubstantiated, although he did seem to do quite a bit of traveling during this time, still at the time, readers believed that he was rubbing elbows with important people, and that he was an expert on big game, hunting and Africa. Both of those were pretty tricky because of his upbringing, and it was that writing that piqued the interest of President Theodore Roosevelt. Eventually Fritz as well as the number of other experts on the subject of safari hunting for invited to the White House. This was precipitated in part because of as Roosevelt's interest in big game hunting in his plans for an African trip. Once he left office were made public decanes started writing a series of articles titled Hunting Ahead of Roosevelt in east Africa Duquesne's visit to Washington DC to visit the president was sensational enough that a cartoon about it ran in the Washington, Star, the art by Clifford K Berryman, which is titled Seeking Pointers Features, and excited looking caricature of the president showing, Duquesne, who is clearly identified by his name, scrawled across the band of a cap. That's on the floor. All of the animals that he's interested in, and he's using a pointer. Of course, there was no boasting needed after this duquesne was associated with the president as someone who Roosevelt sought out for advice, and that made him sought out by more and more people, and he saw how lucrative this position was, and he started a lecture tour about Roosevelt's travels while the. The president was in Africa. Titled East Africa the Wonderland of Roosevelt Hunt. Fritz knew that tensions sold -papers. He started writing articles many of which were printed all over the country through syndication about how doubtful he was that Roosevelt could handle east Africa's challenges. He would boast of his own level of comfort with the various perils like animals and tropical diseases just. THEM OFF as so common to him that they seemed mundane, but then he would mention that they were potentially deadly to a tourist hunter like the president. He also dropped in comments about just how poor Roosevelt's health was to get readers wondering if the next article would be reporting Teddy Roosevelt's death, anyways, because of all of these articles and his lectures that Louisiana Representative Robert F Broussard got in touch with Duquesne about hippos just how I discovered. When I was working on those two episodes. Obviously, this is covered in those episodes, so we're going to give you the broad strokes here. Broussard was trying to solve the problem of a US meet shortage by introducing a bill that would fund the import of Hippos to the United States those hippos in theory could live off of the hyacinth that was a problem because it was overgrowing much of the south, and then they could be slaughtered for their meat. This may seem like it's two problems, but is in fact, a terrible idea pastor did not work. All the details and those other episodes came testified before a Senate committee that he was an African animal himself, and that hippos were easy to raise and delicious. He also had a list of other species that they might wanNA think about importing as livestock meant to support. This plan to Kane started writing articles explaining what a good idea it was. Again it was not a good idea, and thankfully for a variety of reasons, this whole hippo plan fell apart. Something else had happened. Once Duquesne got to the US aside from this launch of a strange career in journalism. During that brief stay, we mentioned when he was in New Jersey Alice Wortley. The young American woman that he had met while he was a prisoner in Bermuda found him presumably through the system of poor sympathizers that he had been in contact. Contact with in that she would have known about because she was living on Bermuda at the time in the two of them started a courtship, and they were married in the summer of nineteen ten, even after the less than flattering articles he had written about Roosevelt Duquesne campaigned for him in nineteen twelve doubts about his physical fitness. Aside, it seemed Fritz. Duquesne respected Roosevelt so much that he wrote a lengthy brochure about why Roosevelt should be elected president once again. The ending statement of his brochure read quote. Your vote will decide whether the people shall rule or the corrupt corporations. The fight will be between Woodrow Wilson the writer of history and Theodore Roosevelt who makes it. Undoubtedly Duquesne was also hoping for a little favor to fall his way result won the election, but he never found out because Roosevelt lost to Wilson in wild that defeat may have cast a shadow over nineteen twelve fritz was part of another project that year that had greater success, and that was the founding of the Adventurers Club of New York. Arthur Sullivan men was the editor of Adventure magazine in one of the club's co-founders, and he was a fan of Duquesne having been publishing his writing for some time. There is a great quote. In Fritz Duquesne biography called counterfeit hero that I read about Fritz's involvement in the club that reads whenever a New York or not imprison. He faithfully showed up at the. The monthly meetings to report his latest adventure. It was December. Nineteen thirteen, that became an American citizen soon after that he and his wife left for a tour of South America Fritz. Allegedly was following an expedition of Roosevelt's and making a film about it along the way they took a massive iron trunk with them, that took two men and move, which was A. A stencil to carry the movie reels and equipment, and while the Duquesne's were traveling World War One began with the assassination of archduke. Franz Ferdinand because Britain was on the allied side Fritz automatically wanted to align himself with the central powers he analysis were in Brazil at this point and Fritz promptly sent her home to New York claiming that he planning more rigorous. Rigorous trips into untamed wilderness that she would not enjoy, but what he actually did was go straight to the German consulate in Brazil, and tell them that he wanted to help. Fight Britain and the allies, so Fritz Duquesne became a contractor saboteur for Germany. We're GONNA get to Fritz new career in just a moment, but first we will take a quick sponsor break. 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He claimed to that in this work. He set more than one hundred on fire and sunk more than twenty he would use disguises to kind of trawl around in port, eavesdropping on sailors to get information, and he would sometimes use them more directly for example, his botanist character often shipped plant samples aboard boats that mysteriously had explosions aboard. Entirely undetected in this authorities started to notice him, and he had to become more and more careful on February eleventh, nineteen, sixteen Fritz's alter. Ego, George. Fordham signed a shipping document declaring that he was returning a case filled with motion picture, film and negatives to the United States, and said that the case had left the US in nineteen thirteen, which was the year that he analysis left for this trip. He shipped the case aboard the Steamer Tennyson, which was headed to Trinidad, and the New York and then, Liverpool. On February twenty, first Tennyson had an explosion in the hold in three of its crew were killed, although the captain was able to beach, the damaged boat. An investigation ensued arrest soon followed the man taken into custody who was named Bauer confessed to his part in the crime and gave up duquesne in the process including naming several of Duquesne's aliases, things quickly heated up for became, he was charged by the British government with murder on the high seas, sinking and burning British ships, conspiracy falsification of documents and sabotaging military stores when British authorities had realized the man working for Germany to do so. So much damage was the same one who had been a British military officer. It was both infuriating and embarrassing, so they intended to pursue him, and bring him to Justice Duquesne on the run, and also hunting for new business ventures to keep money flowing in the only thing. He felt he could in such circumstances, which was the. He faked his own death on April twenty-seventh seventh, nineteen, sixteen, the announcement of Duquesne's death hit the US papers. Papers. The story was that he had been killed in Bolivia by quote. Hostile Indians the account of Duquesne's demise was cable from South America in the obituary right up that followed with information quote from a man who knew duquesne intimately undoubtedly duquesne himself is full of the same sorts of over the top adventure stories that have continually casually combined fiction and reality in Fritz's life story, that initial story only offered some confused concern over the fate. Fate of Alice Duquesne. had she also perished the New York Times did not know, but they soon followed up with a second story that yes, she was alive, and back in New York and had received a letter from Fritz several weeks before he was apparently killed for twelve days to canes, fate was believed to have been sealed in Bolivia but then on May eighth, another story hit the US papers. This one written by Frederick Friedrich's. Fritz Duquesne the report exclaimed was alive. He had been found in rough shape, left for dead after the attack, but he was receiving aid in was expected to recover. It seems that while Duquesne initially thought death would shake Britain's pursuit of him. He soon realized that he didn't have anywhere to go. The only a US passport, so he revived himself, and he headed back to New, York in the hopes that the US government wouldn't extradite him if he was found out or probably more in the hope that no one would realize he had gotten back to. Kane arrived in New York, not long after this. This, but for a man on the run he was not idle at all well in South America. He had gotten involved in filmmaking projects with a school system there to try to make money, but to make the films he needed to get back to the US anyway to buy film stock so when he got to New York. He did that paying cash for the film twenty four thousand dollars worth he then put it in a box, labeled statuary, started at a warehouse in Brooklyn and took out a thirty-three thousand dollar insurance policy on it with the stuyvesant insurance company under the name Frederick Fredericks. He loved that me. mysteriously the warehouse had a fire. Box Statuary was destroyed. It's unclear exactly what Fritz was telling Alice once they reunited about where he had been in what had been going on, but he did convince her to pursue the insurance policy for the warehouse box as well as another policy that he had taken out on the alleged film in that mysterious iron case that he had shipped aboard the Tennyson. And then after convincing her to file these claims, Fritz vanished. That he was unaccounted for the HMS Hampshire was sunk by a German sub. Fritz Duquesne who had sworn vengeance on the military commander kitchener during the second Boer war claimed that he had orchestrated this sub attack, and that he was responsible for the assassination of kitchener, any also claimed that this was an attack ordered by an organization called the Bore Revolutionary Committee that entity did not exist. Duquesne next turned up in Washington DC in July of Nineteen sixteen and started to reach out to his old contacts, including his once collaborator in the Hippo Plan Robert Broussard. Who At this point was a senator for? SARD seemed oblivious to the. The fact that Fritz was on the run and at the adventurers tried to get him a government job, but that was to no avail, so it was back to new. York became. He didn't let anybody know he was in town though he lived in an apartment that he shared with another man rather than going back home to Alice, which was something he had done just before disappearing a few months earlier. Yeah, he had gotten a separate place from her. We did. It's unclear why if he was trying to protect her, or if you just wanted out of the marriage and didn't want to mess with it, we don't know. He didn't need money, so he reinvented himself again and this time as an Australian war hero named. Dot in the West. Australian Light Horse Union. This was all entirely fictitious. There was no such unit or person. He even invented a uniform for him, but in this guy's, he became a salesman, a salesman of patriotism of his fake backstory, which was kind of a pastiche of his own experiences, and some others made up a lot of embellishment, and mostly he became a salesman of. Bonds for the Allies Claude. Stockton was well paid for speaking engagements, and he was put up in Nice hotels, but soon people started to notice that in social settings Claude. When? He spoke casually seemed to have alliances toward the Germans rather than the allies. At the same time, the investigation into the insurance claims that Alice Duquesne had filed had given the Insurance Company and the police enough information that they realized to Kane really was and that he was a wanted man, not just for his insurance crimes before his crimes against Britain to Kane was arrested in late nineteen seventeen. He was returning to his apartment from Claude. Stockton tour. His belongings had already been searched and had turned up just a wealth of evidence. Yeah, there was so much damning paperwork including communications about. Germany and doing what was best for Germany and also things around these These various insurance issues. It was a pretty exciting. Find for the authorities. But after his arrest, Duquesne was then held and charged for two different reasons one the charges, the British government, particularly the murder of those three men in the bombing attack on the steamer Tennyson Murder Itsy automatically carried a death sentence. If you were found guilty in the US was launching a federal inquiry into the matter to make sure that this was the right person and everything lined up into the New York district attorney was examining the allegations that he had committed insurance. We will try to untangle Duquesne's legal situation after we take a quick break for word from sponsors. 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This office on receipt of official notice from the proper department will waive all objections to the proposed extradition in exchange for this. The British government agreed to send to Kane back to the US to face charges in the event. He wasn't convicted in Britain, or if his sentence was less than life. Life imprisonment as these investigations went on, it was eventually determined by the US government that nothing they could find on Duquesne's illegal activities in the US would be anywhere near as serious as the charges that Great Britain had made, so the decision was made that he would be moved out of US custody and given to British authorities to face trial for the explosion of the steamship Tennyson after Duquesne learned that he was to be turned over to the British government, he developed a medical condition. He was suddenly paralyzed. This was a hundred percent fake, but initially he was moved from his prison cell to Bellevue Hospital for observation and treatment, and he was committed enough to this whole rees that he convinced medical staff that he had indeed fallen into a state of paralysis anytime he needed to be moved from his bed. He depended on the orderlies and the nurses to have for him, then on May Twenty six nineteen. Nineteen Nineteen Fritz Duquesne escaped from Bellevue Hospital the bars of his window in the hospitals, prison ward had been sawed through any saws used for that job have come from an outside source because Fritz had been searched thoroughly when he was transferred from his prison cell to his hospital bed. Even the coverage in the New York Times sounds like the reporter. He wrote. It was kind of impressed by this whole thing quote. The prison ward at Bellevue Hospital were acting in the belief that Captain Fritz, Shelbert Duquesne the adventure and romance. Her was a hopeless paralytic patient. He saw it through the bars of his cell early yesterday morning and escaped by scaling two fences about seven feet high. The article goes on to mention him I dropping from the window to the Ledge of an ice house, and then to the ground farther below saying quote, even this display of agility, amazing for a paralytic, did not give him his liberty, and he was forced to climb a brick wall about six feet, high and an iron fence with menacing spikes about eight feet high. All this spectacular leaping and climbing to escape prison did not attract the attention of any of the guards or attendance of the prison ward, and the absence of the quote, paralytic patient was not noticed until the attendance made their usual rounds of the ward at four thirty, a m to complete his ruse, Duquesne had arranged pillows and comforters roughly into the shape of a person, curled into a ball in his bed and pulled his blanket over them so the again I. It's so funny I feel like he set so many of the troops we see in film and Television The grounds of the hospital were searched once it was realized that he was gone and. and. They came up empty and police develop a theory that the escapee had arranged for an accomplice to meet him with a car and a change of clothes on nearby first avenue, because they had been believed up to that point that Duquesne was paralysed, he had not been considered dangerous or a flight risk, so the few visitors that he had were not documented on any kind of list. Duquesne wrote a letter to one of his friends allegedly from Mexico, the letter stated that Fritz had the help of friends and his escape, and that they provided him with a car and had been gotten him onto a plane with an expert pilot. Who took him to Mexico? The friend Duquesne wrote to brought this letter to the police, and it was dismissed as a hoax. They're thinking was that he sent the letter hoping that his friend would take it to the authorities in the hopes that the Mexico story would. Take them off of his real trail, but by the end of the summer, all of the other trails had gone cold and police did start to believe that he had indeed left the US, and that he was in all likelihood exactly where he said he was. which was Mexico you'll remember? He traveled in South America and knew a lot of people at Middle and South America that they thought he could have a gone to her safe harbor. There are also plenty of people that believe that he was just kind of laying low and kicking around the US He definitely was in Boston for Awhile. At least until he moved back to New York. Of his whereabouts, but this time he arrived in the city as a new man, Frank de Trafford Craven. Alice. His wife had left him when his ruse had caved in, and he had been arrested. So this start as craven was kind of a fresh reinvention of himself with no ties before this return to New York Fritz slash frank had spent some time as highly said in Boston, getting into the movie industry by working with a financier named Joseph Kennedy. Who had purchased the film booking offices of America? Kennedy hired Fritz for PR work that required decanes and move back to Manhattan. The strangely conventional time and decanes life. He seemed to actually just be working a job and living a quiet life for a few years. He moved onto another job at Quigley publishing, which had him working writing and editing advertising copy for Vaudeville acts although Fritz was living well, but under the radar has passed caught up with him in nineteen, thirty two when he was arrested again. This time Fritz kept up his Frank de Trafford Craven Persona insisting over and over that the police had the wrong man, and just in case you're curious that Joseph p Kennedy is in fact, the father of John F. Kennedy defending Duquesne. Once he was arrested in one thousand, thirty two, although he continued to go by craven through this whole legal morass was well known civil liberties, lawyer Arthur Garfield Hays Hayes would later write of Duquesne, and maybe braced for this one, because some of it's not the best attitude. Quote we all admired the man? Even the district attorney and judge were sympathetic. It was before Hitler's time, and no one hated the Germans after all. If there had been a murder, it was homicide in a war of many years ago and homicide in war is heroic haystack, the approach that first of all, if the British government wanted to have to Kane extradited, they would have to prove it was actually him and not this Frank Craven. Secondly, he would have to have been on British soil when he committed the crime for this extradition to stand the British. British government did not really have any interest in pursuing events from the war. At this point, the thinking was that it could dredge up matters between countries that had since been settled, and that there was just no need for that, so whether we were talking about frank to Trafford, craven or Fritz Duquesne ridden was just done with the matter but new. York still had some issues. However, it was determined that since Duquesne was being held as a British prisoner, awaiting transfer from Bellevue at the time of his escape, apparently at that point he had been transferred to. Britain at least on paper since Britain had dropped the matter, there really was not any issue, and so the whole thing was dismissed, this was very frustrating to some of the police and detectives that had worked on this case, but the judge was kind of like. If. Fritz Duquesne had just gone back to his life working in entertainment advertising, he probably could have had a nice last stretch of years, but decaying at this point was in his mid fifty S. he still had a burning hatred for Britain. He had given interviews in the press were heated, explicitly said so, and in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four Fritz was recruited by Royal Scot Golden. Who was the head of the order of? Of Seventy six, that was the New York organization that was sympathetic to the Third Reich and believed that Jews were the enemy in America golden needed a spy and Duquesne meet at a job, so they struck up a deal, but when a reporter broke the story that Fritz Duquesne was likely working for this. Pro Nazi group. It was actually Duquesne's mistress, who was Jewish and learned about all of this news through the paper like. Like everyone else who reached out to that reporter to help him get more info? She actually fed him information for a couple years, but decanes association with this group became pretty unclear and fuzzy, pretty rapidly within a few months Duquesne was working instead for the works progress administration. And then he opened his own business air terminals company, which was allegedly dealing in our Ko stock. It may have been a friend or just a way. Way For him to have meeting somewhere. But there's this messy confusing assortment of details during these years that suggest whether he was working for the Nazi group or not, it was kind of an unfocused time in his life, or he was just giving everyone the slip in every way possible, but then in December of nineteen, thirty seven Fritz Duquesne once again became a spy for Germany this time working for the Nazis on US soil. He had been recruited by Colonel Nicholas Adolphe Fritz Ritter. Who was organizing a US? Spy Ring is part of Hitler's military intelligence group the AB their. Ritter put Fritz and the key position in this ring, and Fritz seeing it as one more way to continue his lifetime bowel of revenge against Britain took the Job Ritter recruited three dozen other members to be part of this ring, one of whom was named Williams Siebel. You'll also see him listed as film seebold because he was a naturalized US citizen born in. In Germany and he had been recruited when he was back home, visiting his mother in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty nine, when he returned to the US in nineteen forty, it was under his new identity Harry Sawyer, he had spycraft training under his belt. At this point, he was instructed to make contact with Fritz Duquesne CBO. Did Not want to be a spy. Spy though he had been told by his Nazi recruiters that his family would be hurt and that they would reveal secrets about him to the US government if he didn't cooperate, he was fearful of losing his U. S. citizenship and his life in New York so Siebel had agreed to this, but while he was still in Germany, he had made a syrup tissues. Tissues, tripped the US embassy in Cologne disclosed what he was being forced to do, and told the consul general that he was a loyal US citizen, so the FBI was waiting for seebold when he arrived back in New York kept an eye on his movements. He went through the motions of fulfilling his mission for Germany basically being a double agent at this point. And it was through Siebel that the F. B. I.. Identified Fritz Duquesne Duquesne was supplying Germany with information anything to do with British ships that he could find information that he gathered while posing as a student writing letters of curiosity to industrial companies that were working on war material, and even material that he said he got breaking into a dupont plant regarding bomb designs. CAIN was a wealth of information, not only on details about what the US and Britain were doing, but also in detailing methods of sabotage that could be employed by Germany to weaken the military power of the allies. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was briefed on decanes involvement with this spy ring. Resources were allocated to have to Kane followed although he was pretty excellent at shaking a tale, even though he wasn't the young man he wants was he was in his early sixties by this point often shaved a few years off when people ask him his age, though, but most damning was that wild duquesne was feeding this information to bold. He was being recorded in. This was all happening. Keep in mind before the US had officially entered the war. So this was a very eye opening look at Germany spy efforts before becoming part of the conflict. They were spying on the US way before they were officially declared part of this conflict. Fritz, who was going by the nickname, the duke at this point, even unknowingly befriended one of the FBI agents who is surveilling him, because he was very outgoing and friendly in the two had had this not exactly chance meeting that had been orchestrated by the agent. But like everyone else, this FBI man special agent Raymond newkirk found Fritz incredibly charming, and even though he was completely dedicated to his job, he admitted that he couldn't help developing a fondness for him. Finally on June, twenty, ninth, nineteen, forty one. FBI had enough information on the spiring to start making arrests. They had slow played their surveillance to make sure nobody got suspicious and to make sure they could collect enough evidence to have an airtight case. When newkirk arrived with friends and then told Kane He. He was under arrest once they were all inside Fritz's apartment, the spy did not say a word. His live in girlfriend, Evelyn Lewis was also arrested along with thirty one other members of the ring by the time, the guilty pleas and the trials for those who pleaded innocent were over Duquesne. spiring had wrapped up a combined total of more than three hundred years in prison sentences. Duquesne was sentenced to eighteen years for the two thousand dollar fine for violating the registration act of nineteen, thirty eight. His testimony during the trial, in which he told his entire life story, at least his version of it completely enthralled the courtroom. He said that he would never do anything to hurt. The United States but that he would do anything to hurt Britain. Butt Fritz and finally landed himself in a spot that he could not escape from as the evidence was simply to clear improving proving his treachery, despite his advancing years, and some health issues Fritz was classified as a maximum company prisoner at Leavenworth early into his incarceration Fritz started getting a number of ailments, including rapidly advancing senility, but due to this history of faking illness while in custody, there was some doubt about how serious these ailments were additionally contraband items, including razor blades found in his possession pretty often. And nineteen forty-five, he was moved to a medical facility for Federal Prisoners and Missouri. As the forty drew to a close, it seemed as though his doctors were willing to work on his behalf for an early release due to his deteriorating mental health, although his daily report write ups by staff note, kind of uptick in his mental and physical health. Once things started to go his way in this regard. Once he knew the doctors were like. We're working to get you a shorter sentence. Which ultimately did happen? He was like Oh great. Suddenly a little more tuned in to his mental acuity and. Better physical energy. So while he was still incarcerated, Fritz actually tried to sue twentieth century, Fox! This was over the movie the House on Forty Second Street which featured a character inspired by Fritz Duquesne. Fritz claimed that his spy ring had made this movie successful, and that the studio was using their wealth to keep him incarcerated this was like his other hobby letters writing about how poorly he was treated right in line with all of that, but it did not end in Duquesne's favor McCain was released from prison in the autumn of nineteen, fifty nine, long after most other co-conspirators inspiring had been paroled. He was destitute he tried to. To sue the FBI for loss of valuable property, including diamonds that he claimed her take it on. He was arrested. He was awarded the four hundred dollars. They had taken from his wallet, but his more exorbitant claims were dismissed. The Department of Welfare arranged for him to move into the London Arms Nursing Home on December twenty, first, nineteen, fifty, five, which was Fritz Duquesne seventy eighth birthday. He gave one last talk at the adventurers, Club. Having him there at all. After his spy conviction caused some friction among the members, but ultimately the evening went without incident, and after that Fritz decided that he could not live in the nursing home anymore, and he got his own apartment that was short-lived, however, he fell, and he broke his hip, and he was admitted to the city hospital on what was then called welfare. Island now Roosevelt island his recovery was going well, but then he had a fatal stroke on May. Twenty, fourth nineteen, fifty-six. We wanted to close out with a comment about Fritz. Cain written by Frederick Burnham. who had orders kilter Kane during the Anglo Boer War and who worked with him on that Hippo Plan. Quote much has been written about duquesne most of it rubbish yet. His real accomplishments were so terrible and amazing that they make the yellow journal Thrillers About Him seem as mild as bedtime stories. Oh Fritz. He's an interesting character because he did some really reprehensible things, but you see why. People found him so likable. It's an interesting duality. Those are the people that I always wonder what's actually going on in their head. Yeah Yeah, we've had some fraudsters like if you have a spectrum of fraudsters from the ones who were mostly harmless and kind of a fascinating to watch, too like the ones that were really harmful. But also kind of entertaining like he's much on the more harmful end of the spectrum. I think. Yes, yes, Fritz Duquesne. I have another listener mail. This one is also about emergency medicine, which part one was as well. This is from our listener. Regina. Who writes I let me tell you how much I enjoy your podcast. I have been a fan for years and look forward to every new episode. Eagerly I have one small extra information about the podcast in emergency medicine that I think you might find interesting. You talked about resuscitation the. The mannequin used for training mouth here in Germany and I think also in other countries has a washable mask. This mask is modeled from the death mask of an unknown young woman found in Paris in the eighteen eighties. This mask was a very popular decoration because she looks so peaceful. And for this reason, it was also chosen for the training Mannequin I thought you might enjoy this detail. Keep up the good work. thank you Regina I have read that I'm sure a number of people have before as well I didn't include it because it was kind of One of those things that is often reported. I don't know about the veracity of it one way or another, so it's an interesting tale. Allegedly, the designer saw it in a shop window while he was walking around in Paris at one point, and just thought she was incredibly pretty and very soothing to look at so that's the scoop on recess at any or recess am I. Think is is which is called in other countries. I'm grateful. She exists because lots of us have learned to do. CPR thanks to that whether she had a beautiful mascot or not. 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An emotional first week in Minneapolis

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10:02 min | Last week

An emotional first week in Minneapolis

"Good morning welcome to axios. Today is april second. We made it to friday blue. Here's what you need to know today. Why some latino. Voters chose former president trump. Plus a monster movie brings people back to the theater but i the emotional week in the chauvin is today's one big thing today. The first week of testimony in the trial over the death of george floyd wraps up in minneapolis. Axios local twin cities reporter tour event has been paying attention every day train. I picked three moments from this week. That show just how emotional it was and we wanted to begin where this whole story started at the convenience store. Here's former cashier. Christopher martin was going through your mind during that time period just believe thank you why guilt i would have just not taken. The bill avoided tory. He was the one who accepted a fake. Twenty dollar bill from george floyd before he died what to you was the takeaway from that testimony. He said that his policy was that his pay would've been docked called the cops or if he hadn't done something to stop this potential counterfeit bill and so. This really speaks to the guilt again. This like sense of. He wished that he had done something more. In the moment you know of course he was a teenager just reacting and following his stores policy but the testimony from christopher also reignited some criticism over cup foods Which has definitely been the center of is because of its role in this whole incident. Some neighborhood activists and community activists have actually called for it to close altogether. I wanted to hear from another witness for this week off. Duty firefighter genevieve hanson recounting. This exchange with an officer on the scene. He said something along the lines of if you really are a minneapolis Firefighter would know better than to get involved. What did you think of that i. I was worried that he wasn't Going to believe me and not let me help. And i also. That's that's not right. Can you explain a little bit more about this. She was an off duty. Firefighter who's also an emt who was a witness to george floyd and the his encounter with the police. So i think what we're seeing here is a couple of things that the prosecution the state is trying to do and they're trying to establish that there is a sense among bystanders. At something wasn't right. They're also trying to establish a think that george floyd didn't have to die right that there could have been interventions essentially saying i could see that something was out of sorts. Here they wanted to help and they wouldn't wouldn't let me so much of this. We're hearing about these moments. And how these split-second decisions that were made. And i wanted to just talk to you about what may have been one of the most emotional moments of the week. Can you tell us about charles. Mcmillan charles mcmillan is a man who just happened upon the scene and he completely broke down into tears on the stand this week and as some of the video played from the scene. He was not the only one to become overcome with emotion. I know this is difficult. Can you just explain why you're feeling. This is case. George floyd death has become a symbol of something even bigger. We will talk about america being on trial about this. Being a key moment for kind of reckoning over race and justice in america these wrong moments kind of underscore that we'll be checking in with tori and the rest of the axios local team in the twin cities in the coming weeks. Thank story thanks for having me. We'll be back in fifteen seconds with jonathan. Swans exclusive look at latino support for former president trump. the banking system works best when it works for all americans. America's banks are joining bank on to give everyone a chance to enjoy the benefits of a bank account at aba dot com slash bank on. Welcome back to axios today. One of the biggest surprises from the twenty twenty election was the uptick in latino support for former president trump. New data from research firm. Akis is trying to understand that trend actresses. Jonathan swan is here with an exclusive. Look at this research jonathan. Former president trump didn't just gain latino voters in texas and florida but all over the country. Where did we see. The biggest shifts trump actually made gains with latinos in places that copy explained away easily by the politics board or cuban politics. he made huge gains in paterson. New jersey improves rowboat boat. Turtle by hundred and twenty six percent from twenty sixteen biden actually fell back. Six percents from clinton enroll votes. He surged in vegas milwaukee. You saw trump win over new latino voters in nevada. He actually improved his standing. Among hispanic women. This is a that still of wellman. They rejected from president softened on him so trump's gains were broad and the reasons for them are actually quite complicated as you said. This is really extensive research and it's very complicated. What are some initial early understandings for why. This may have happened of these hypotheses but one of the early beliefs from their analysis is that counter-intuitively the coronavirus pandemic may have actually helped drive president. Trump's pricing increase in support from latinos. Last them by what they're seeing in their focus groups and nissim quantitative data to support. This is that in a community. Latino community that is disproportionately entrepreneurial. There were many folks who had kept their jobs for covid and worry that biden was gonna come in shut down the economy and lose job so in that sense trump. Probably benefited from that was one hypothesis. The only thing that's really profound to understand is that in many cases democratic operatives have looked latino voters erroneously as a sort of homogeneous bloc and not appreciated to the fullest extent the nuances between different groups within that very broad umbrella and trump actually understood that. There's a lot to unpack here and it's not just as simple as some of the i would say somewhat racist cliches that you read about. It was just latino men. Trump's mccheese His appeal was much broader and really cannot be reduced to some be simple. Trump's jonathan said. There's so much here. You can read more about his reporting at axios dot com access political reporter. Jonathan swan thanks. Jonathan combos no one. That's the trailer for the movie. Bringing people back to the theater. Godzilla vs kong is on track to break pandemic box office records this weekend. The monster flick pulled in just under ten million dollars on its opening day and is expected to surpass christopher. Nolan's tenant for the biggest box office take in the past year godzilla vs congress showing it more than three thousand theaters. Nationwide at the same time. It's also streaming on hbo. Max what is this matter. Even when films are available for streaming americans still seem to want that theatrical experience. But don't count out the streaming services yet. Net flicks is still betting on you staying home and watching films on your couch. They just purchased two sequels to the murder mystery knives out for almost half a billion dollars. That's it for us this week actually stays brought to you by axios. In pushkin industries were produced by justin kaufman neria marquez martinez. Naomi shaven and amy pohjola are mixed. Engineer is alex sugaya symbolic off is our executive producer and syracuse new executive editor special thanks sexiest co founder. Mike allen and pushkin are executive producers are lee milad. In jacob weisberg send us feedback by emailing podcasts. At axios dot com. And if you have the time we'd love it if you'd leave us a starred review on apple podcasts. That makes it easier for other people to find us. I'm natalie lou. Thanks for listening. Stay safe and have a great weekend. One thing americans have been able to count on throughout the pandemic their bank. America's banks are going the extra mile to support their customers and communities with unprecedented relief for struggling individuals businesses swift delivery of economic impact payments and new digital tools. Customers can bank remotely. That's why nine out of ten. Americans are happy with their bank. More at aba dot com slash america's banks.

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Who Was the Real Father of Labor Day? The Answer Is Complicated

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11:16 min | 7 months ago

Who Was the Real Father of Labor Day? The Answer Is Complicated

"Brought to you by lucky charms, magical mission let lucky the Leprechaun take you and your kids on an interactive adventure through the eight magical charm lands to restore magic available on your smart speaker. Just say open lucky charms, magical mission or search for it wherever you listen to podcasts. Who was the real father? Of Labor Day the answer is complicated by a Livia be waxman. Labor Day's broad roots in the Labor movement are clear President Grover Cleveland signed legislation on June twenty, eighth eighteen, Ninety four designating Labor Day a national holiday in the US as a peace offering following a railroad worker strike. But exactly who should count as the founder of Labor Day which is celebrated on the first Monday in September has been the subject of debate since the Eighteen Ninety S. The two men who get the most credit are Peter j McGuire. Spelled M. C. G. U. I r. e. and Matthew Maguire spelled M. A. G. U. I. R. E. WHO not only have similar sounding names but were also both active unionists of Irish descent who lived in new, Jersey and campaign for an eight hour workday. Peter j McGuire is often credited for coming up with the idea of labor. Day, and outlining its purpose while Matthew Maguire whose first name. Appears spelled with one t is often credited by executing the idea. The first known Labor Day Parade was held in New York. City on September fifth eighteen eighty, two more than a decade before Labor Day became a national holiday and was organized by the Central Labor. Union it drew between ten thousand and twenty, five, thousand attendees even that one event bore the touches of both Maguire and Maguire the AFL CIO says it was Peter Maguire. Who introduced a resolution and a central Labor Union meeting earlier that year calling for a street parade of workers on the first Monday in. September. But according to the New Jersey Historical Society it was Matthew Maguire Secretary and one of the leaders of the central labor union who sent out announcements of the parade and invitations to attendees and wrote in the carriage leading the parade. And one area at least the two men differed while Matthew Maguire is said not to have talked about his position in Labor Day History Often Peter j McGuire asserted his role clearly in the eighteen ninety seven article, Labor Day it's birth insignificance and the American federation est in the piece he wrote that at a central Labor Union meeting on May eighteen eighty two he urged the setting aside one day in the year for a Labor Day he envisioned the holiday would be celebrated by a Grant Street parade to show the strength and Esprit de Corps of the trade and labor organizations followed by celebratory picnic. Labor Day he wrote would be a time to honor the toiler of the earth and pay homage to those who from rude nature have delved and carved all the comfort and the grandeur we behold. But, given that Peter j McGuire wrote has account fifteen years after the first Labor Day parade some experts suggest there may have been other factors in play or one factor in particular in the intervening years Maguire had run for vice president. Because the AFL was very non political. The fact that Matthew Maguire had the frontier to run as the vice presidential candidate on the National Socialist Labor Party ticket in eighteen, ninety six erased his chances of recognition as the father of Labor Day wrote Ted Watts in the booklet the first Labor Day Parade suggesting that Matthew Maguire was deliberately left out of the narrative because the Union had decided that Peter j Maguire's politics were more in line with the image they wanted to project. Indeed while Peter j McGuire held similar radical views as a young man he had modified them as he got older gaining the reputation of being an important member of the union establishment, US Department of Labor historian. Jonathan Grossman wrote in two thousand one, furthermore, a September fourth nineteen, sixty, seven morning call article reported that the Socialist Labor Party was opposed to Labor Day in general believing it detracted from mayday, which is considered the superior workers holiday. That said Matthew Maguire had his proponents to the September sixth 1891 edition of the Socialist newspaper. The People reported that the First Great Labor Day parade was arranged by the Central Labor Union through the instrumentality of its first secretary. Matthew Maguire. Researchers at my heritage who recently investigated the question of Labor. Day's founding dug up a Patterson news article from July Tenth Eighteen Ninety six year before Peter j McGuire account reporting that Matthew Maguire claims to be the author of Labor Day and it was he who I issued a proclamation as secretary of the central Labor Union for a Labor Festival. In Eighteen Ninety seven William McCabe the Grand Marshal of the first Labor Day Parade recalled that Matthew. Maguire had suggested the parade the books on the history of holidays and popular customs like the eighteen ninety eight book curiosities of Popular Customs and the nineteen twelve book the days and deeds have likewise credited Matthew Maguire with executing the first labour day and coordinating with various Labor groups. and. My heritage showed time a type document from Holy Sepulcher cemetery stating that Matthew Maguire was interred on January first nineteen seventeen at the age of sixty five and including the handwritten comment this man founded Labor Day. Perhaps moment. The tensions between the two camps. So well as what happened when the pen that president, Cleveland used to sign the Legislation Making Labor Day a national holiday was given to AFL had Samuel Jumpers who was Peter J Maguire's friend. July second eighteen ninety four editorial headlined honor to whom honor is due in Paterson New Jersey newspaper the Morning Call reported that local Labor Union representatives believed Matthew Maguire by then Alderman in the city deserved the pen instead for being the undisputed. Of Labor Day as a holiday. The dueling narratives of the first Labour Day continued to face off throughout the first half of the twentieth century by the nineteen. Fifties it appeared that one story may have prevailed. In August nineteen, fifty to a memorial to Peter j McGuire went up in Pennsauken New Jersey. Four years later, President Dwight. D Eisenhower invited Peter j McGuire descendants to the White House for the unveiling of a Labor themed US postage stamp. But over the years questions over details in both accounts have only heightened the confusion. Grossman the Labor Department historian has written that TV powdery Grand Master Workman of the Knights of Labor claimed Peter Maguire allegedly admitted that his name might have been mixed up with that of Matthew Maguire in the late nineteen sixties. Matthew. Maguire's granddaughter. Doris. gave the Patterson morning call her copy of Matthey. Maguire's nineteen seventeen obituary, which said while it is not generally known. The deceased was in reality the originator of the national holiday known as Labor Day. She claimed her father told her that Peter Maguire was present at the bill signing and when President Cleveland. Congratulated him. It was only because he confused the two men and she also claimed that Cleveland sent her grandfather a letter of apology since lost telling him that he deserved credit for the idea of labor, day. Furthermore around Labor Day Nineteen Sixty eight the Patterson morning call argued that the May eighth eighteen eighty, two meeting in which Peter Maguire supposedly called for a parade never even occurred in the first place and if it had occurred some other day, then it wouldn't have been the site of the first mention of a Labor Day. Parade. According to research conducted for the article by George Perlman a member of a Machinist Union of which Matthew Maguire had been apart. TV, powder Lee wrote in eighteen ninety three that the knights of labor, of New York a group that only Matthew Maguire was part of had been quietly discussing the idea for a Labor holiday even before eight, hundred, eighty two. The frequent misspelling of Matthew. Maguire as Matthew M. C. G. U. I r.. e. and the continued misspelling of Maguire's name and subsequent accounts and directories. Lead Matthew Maguire's family and supporters to believe that Matthew Maguire had been confused for Peter Maguire the whole time. New Jersey Congressman Charles S Jolson submitted the morning call reporting to the congressional record on September Ninth Nineteen Sixty eight stating that it indicates conclusively that Matthew Maguire is the true originator of Labor Day that same year US Secretary of Labor. Willard Wirtz declared that in so far as the Department of Labor is concerned, the father of Labor Day was Matthew Maguire and in Nineteen seventy-two Matthew Maguire descendants founded the Matthew Maguire Association to continue promoting the idea that Matthew Maguire founded labor. Day. For years to come a September second nineteen, seventy, three Bergen County Record newspaper article found by my heritage shows. That research has its tamped down the enthusiasm of Peter J Maguire's supporters. However, the memorial to Peter j McGuire was just added to the National Registrar of historic places in nineteen and a bill was introduced in Congress to make a historic landmark over the years. Unionists have made pilgrimages to Peter J Maguire's grave and Pennsauken, New Jersey, which also describes him as the father of Labor Day. All these years later, the question may never be resolved for sure and in the view of some labor boosters. That's perfectly fine. From available records, it is impossible to determine whether Peter j McGuire or Matthew Maguire or some other Labor leader was the moving spirit wrote Grossman, but both can claim some credit for the success of Labor Day After all while the New York City parade was a success it didn't make Labor Day. An important American holiday on its own Labor Day is the creation of the Labor movement with the cooperation of local state and federal government. Grossman points out. Like many ideas and institutions, it was created because it's time had come because Labor Day met the needs of the age many men participated in its development.

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First Phase III Vaccine Trial Underway, Government Seeks Thousands Of Volunteers

Coronavirus Daily

11:11 min | 9 months ago

First Phase III Vaccine Trial Underway, Government Seeks Thousands Of Volunteers

"The Corona virus has killed seven people total in Taiwan. Seven. In New Zealand. There is no trace of the virus at all right now, so no masks, no social distancing required. And even countries that were hard hit. I like Italy Spain France have brought their curves way down to be clear. Other nations have really crushed this virus whether you're talking about Europe or Asia they really flattened that curve down to almost nothing and we ask ourselves. Why is that? We haven't done as well. Andy It. A former top healthcare official in the Obama. Administration says this is not hard. And other countries. They wore masks stayed home. The government's help them do those things. But maybe most importantly, they had trust in the plant. Trust in the leaders who were guiding them through it? And he slapped. It says that is something we simply do not have here in America, think we see it in the presidential briefings and the inability to trust. Will we hear? We're seeing it among ourselves? When some people say that we should be wearing masks and we're. This'll really come to play out in short order is when we have a vaccine because a vaccine only works if enough people trust it. And get it. Coming up the latest on the race to develop a vaccine, and now that nearly one hundred and fifty thousand people have died of Covid here in the US are the numbers just getting too big for us to wrap our heads around. This is considered this from NPR. I'm Kelly mcevers. It's Monday July twenty seven. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Integrative Therapeutics Creator of Physicians Elemental Diet a medical food developed by clinicians for the dietary management of IBS, IBD and S I B O Under the supervision of a physician. Almost thirty thousand people split into two groups. One group gets the vaccine on group doesn't. That's what you do in what's called a phase three vaccine trial? And the first one in the US started today a little over three hours ago. The first injection occurred for the phase three trial of a vaccine to protect against covid nineteen. That's Dr Francis Collins head of the National Institutes of health. The NIH is working on the vaccine along with the Biotech Company Madeira. By. The way that first person who has injected was in Georgia forty five this morning in Savannah. Georgia multiple sites have been activated including in Florida and other states with as a lot of activity Dr Anthony. FAUCI was asked how soon researchers could know if the vaccine works I would say it likely would be towards the end of the year somewhere. November so it could be earlier. November December likely. Let's be clear. That is not the same thing as the vaccine being widely available. Still just to get to this phase. Three trial researchers had to know the vaccine was safe and effective in small groups of people. Now scientists have to find out. Will it keep large numbers of people from getting sick, and here's the big question if it does work for how long it is reasonable to assume that the vote, the protection for a timeframe of Wauneta, three years Florian Cramer at Mount Sinai in New York, worked on a study of twenty thousand people who had mild to moderate cases of covid nineteen. He says after getting the trial vaccine. Ninety percent of people had antibody responses that lasted at least three months. And those antibodies neutralized the virus at least in the lab. Researchers hope this is a good sign for longer term immunity, but of course we are scientists. We have to prove that right, and so that's why everybody's cautious about it. If those antibodies Wayne over time it is still possible that other parts of your immune system could help like these cells called t cells. T cells are very important in fighting viruses. We know that Dr Cari NATO Stanford University and so one thing that we're looking at as the antibodies Wayne, to the t cell responses also Wayne. Because those t cell responses can kill the virus and researchers think your immune system might have a stronger reaction to a vaccine than. Than it would to a regular infection in the real world what we know from many other infections, the vaccine response can be much more durable than the natural infection response Adrian. Hill at the University of Oxford is working on one of the leading vaccine candidates right now he says vaccines are going to deliver a pretty strong dose which could mean stronger immunity. I'm pretty confident that included. We're GONNA see that. The vaccines are more durable on a natural it. Again we don't know yet. We need to Whiten. See. That waiting and seeing is still going to take months. And, in that time, one thing, researchers say they need or more volunteers. At least three more phase, three trials or expected to start soon in the US, each of those will need thirty thousand people. Dr Anthony Fauci said today they're still working on getting enough people for the first one. We'd like to have fifteen thousand by the end of the week. I'm not sure that we're going to get there, but hopefully we'll get as many as we possibly can. In order to keep time line the way we want it to be, but you want to volunteer for a vaccine trial. There's a government website corona virus prevention network DOT ORG. You can tell them you're interested. Almost a hundred and fifty thousand people in this country have died from the virus. And the United States has well over four million cases. Researchers say it can be hard for our brains to keep track of just how this outbreak is fact? Neurons are neurons. In such a way that we only respond to change Elke. Weber professor of psychology at Princeton says after four months of hundreds, even thousands of people dying every day. It might have started to feel. Normal I think was any kind of consistent danger of people get used to situations like that. When you live in a war zone after while still fear every day. Risk becomes just baseline Weber. Talk to my colleague Elsa Chang about why. That is and how to think about the pandemic differently. But when I'm thinking about, say a war zone the example that you brought up. During a war it's clear who the enemy is, but during a pandemic is the sense of the enemy vaguer, and therefore the toll that that enemy is taking on a society isn't as clear cut absolutely. I think that what you said is so true so many different ways, so let let's decompose that one of them is. That was covert with dealing with the small virus. It's not something that most people can visualize so I i. I completely rec-. I think the other thing that makes it really hard to act appropriately is the lag between our actions and the consequences young. Ed, so if not wearing a mask of getting in contact with somebody who she has called it would make. Instantaneously that would be a very different situation because we would get feedback about what works and what doesn't work. At the fact that the reaction comes in a week or two weeks later or maybe not at all probabilistic. That certainly lots designed to teach us what good behaviors! So then how do we make these astronomical statistics more than one hundred forty thousand deaths already? How do we make them resonate more with people? Once they just people are not very good with large numbers. And so to put it into context, for people can imagine what it means like can be very helpful, so if takes a current death toll of covert, which one hundred forty thousand. And you divide that not into the American population, which is a little bit more than three hundred million. That means that one in two thousand Americans has died already, right? That's one very good way of doing the other one would be to say well. What Townsend citizens of the US has been wiped out at this point. And if you live in New Jersey. That would be the paterson. New Jersey is gone. It's a population of forty five thousand. New York. INTO NEW CONTEXT SYRACUSE NEW YORK. It's gone wiped out. A whole town city wiped the virus. Custody! California is gone. Ohio Waco Texas. Yes, so depending on where you are making it local and making it concrete us in can really help. That does totally reframe the number in my head when you just at that. You have drawn parallels I understand between how people are responding to the current pandemic, and also how they've been responding to climate change. Tell us what are the similarities you see in those two responses. So. Both covert an climate change in both cases. We don't experience consequences of our current actions right now. But in both cases, early action really matters so this is also the recipe into a chance that we might actually pseudo fluent some essence that it it makes sense on the one hand to pay attention to science. The science is us. That early action matters. Our personal experience doesn't do so, but science does. But can also seeing that sort of government intervention is not necessarily a bad thing. When we talk about paternalism, paternalism is not necessarily a dirty word governments as to protect us. From from exactly circumstances like that, so that might be a positive takeaway that can be applied to greater willingness to do something climate change. Elke Weber professor of psychology at Princeton talking to my colleague. Elsa Chang additional reporting in this episode from our colleagues at all things considered and morning edition, and from NPR's Richard, Harris, for more news, download the NPR ONE APP or listen to your local public radio station, supporting that station makes this podcast possible, do it. I'm Kelly mcevers will be back with more tomorrow. Every business has to figure out what to charge for its product and how to keep out competitors you know who does this better than anyone else? Drug dealers on the next episode of Planet Money Summer School. We explain pricing theory with a drug kingpin summer school new classes. Every Wednesday listen at a planet money from NPR.

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May 29, 2020

Sword and Scale Daily

12:02 min | 11 months ago

May 29, 2020

"Hello and welcome back to sort and scale daily. I'm your host rain Williams. It's frightening may twenty ninth coming up on certain scale daily. The manhunt for accused killer. Peer Manfred Dona concluded on Wednesday night when the suspect walked out of the woods near Hagerstown Maryland and surrendered to law enforcement authorities in New York. Identify one of the victims of the Gilgal beach killer as twenty four year. Old Valerie. Mac from Philadelphia finally as protests over. George Floyd Steph Continuing Minneapolis and emerges the tube four officers involved in the incident had previously implicated in misconduct. All this and more coming up on store and scale daily Peterman for Dounia. Who'd been on the run for six days after allegedly killing too many Connecticut peacefully surrendered to law on Wednesday evening. Cbs News Philadelphia reports officers from several jurisdictions including the US Marshals Connecticut State Police and the Washington County. Sheriff's office were assembled in the parking lot of gas station outside Hagerstown Maryland around nine PM. When Manfred Dona walked out of a wooded area? One of the officers noticed that the man looked like their fugitive and then walked over with guns drawn and took him into custody. Manfredini was taken into custody by the Marshall Service and the Washington County Sheriff's Office and is being held as a fugitive at the sheriff's Office Pending Extradition Connecticut. Please say that the suspect led them to his Duffel bag and they recovered a handgun which they believed was used in one of homicides. He is accused of the hunt for man for. Dona began last Friday morning when police recall the Myrtle road and Willington Connecticut where for allegedly murdered sixty two year old Ted tumors and seriously wounded eighty year old. John Franco Cindy diverse. Heads Wife told the Connecticut Post that she intends saw? Manfredini walked down the Rural Rhode earlier that morning wearing a motorcycle helmet. He reportedly told them that he knew one of their neighbors. Young Woman which made Ted Trust Him and offer him right back to his motorcycle. Cindy said that since the incident. She's learned that the family of her female neighbor had been considering getting a restraining order against man for Dona quote. I think Ted got in the way what he was going to do. He was clearly walking to her home with a mission with a machete in his backpack. Ted sister-in-law Pat Jones told NBC that he drove Manfredini to his motorcycle which had been parked in a cul-de-sac at the end of the road. Neighbors who lived there told Jones they saw Manfredini attack head with machete. An eighty year old Franco left his home and came to his aid. Ted died as a result of sharp force trauma and chopping injuries to his head. Torso and hands. Franken was also seriously injured. His wife Alice told the Connecticut Post that he's lucky to be alive quote. I'm under the impression that he had no idea what he was walking out to. Alice added the John and veteran. Is still in the hospital and while doctors are confident that he will eventually regain his hands. He's facing a long road to recovery. Manfredini reportedly left on his motorcycle. After one of the neighbors of the scene recognized him and called them by name he then allegedly broke into a seventy year. Old Man's home tied him up and held him captive for more than twenty four hours. The suspect left the man's home on Sunday morning. Not before stealing three firearms and his vehicle. Police were alerted to the home invasion after the stolen car was found crashing Osborne Hill State Park near Derby Connecticut while investigating the home invasion a Came in reporting gunshots at an address on Roosevelt road in Derby. The Scene Police on the body of twenty three year old Nicholas is all the exact relationship between is on men for does not known but they both grew up in Newtown Connecticut and attended the same. High School is was found shot in the head. Multiple Times men for Dounia also allegedly kidnapped Ixelles girlfriend. Who told police that? He forced her into her own vehicle and drove her against her will to Paterson New Jersey. The kidnapping victim her car were discovered in Paterson at around one PM. She was not physically harmed from their. Please say the Manfredini called an at the took him to Strasberg Pennsylvania where he stole a vehicle he used to get Chambers Bird Pennsylvania which is near the border Maryland. Another Uber took him across the border to Hagerstown where he surrendered. In addition to state charges Manfredini could also face federal charges because the kidnapping is an interstate. Crime our next story brings us to New York on Thursday. The Suffolk County Police Department identified the remains of one of the suspected victims of Long Island. Serial killer the victim twenty-four-year-old Valerie mack was previously only known as Mandeville Jane Doe Number. Six Mac was last seen by her relatives in the spring summer. Time of two thousand in Fort Republic New Jersey. She'd been working as an escort and Philadelphia when she disappeared and had never been reported missing. She was identified using genetic genealogy with help from the FBI. Police are asking for friends. New Mac when she disappeared come to help them solve her murder the investigation into the so called. Long Island serial killer beginning December. Two thousand ten police officers were searching the area of Gilgo beach and Long Island for the remains of Shannan Gilbert. A sex worker who disappeared from nearby beach in May two thousand ten after making a frantic nine one. One call about people trying to kill her. Within days. Police recovered the remains of four women at one site all four had been strangled and placed him. Burlap sacks. These victims have since been identified as twenty four year old Melissa Birth Bellamy twenty-seven-year-old lend castello twenty two year old. Megan Waterman and twenty five year. Old Marine Bernard Barnes in the of two thousand eleven police continue to search along Ocean Parkway and found the remains of more victims. These included a young Asian man a two year old child and her mother. Among these victims were the partial remains of the now identified twenty four year old Barry Mac and twenty year. Old Jessica Taylor Max. Torso was found in the woods and manner. Ville in November of two thousand Taylor's partial remains were found in the same town in two thousand. Three police have said they believe all the victims were connected to the sex trade in one way or another. There's no agreement on the question of whether the victims killed by the same person or whether different perpetrators were involved Shannon. Gilbert's remains were found in December of two thousand eleven. Although police are not sure if her death was connected to the murders or she died of natural causes for getting lost in marsh after the break to the officers involved in George. Floyd's death have previously been involved in alleged misconduct now for our final story of the day. As protests. Over George Ford's death entered the third day in Minneapolis and the Mayor of Minneapolis asks for the help from the national guard it emerges the two of the four officers involved in the incident have a history of alleged misconduct on Monday. Night Police Officers Derek Chavan to Tau Thomas Lane and Jay Alexander Krung filmed as they restrained forty six year old. George Floyd who'd been accused of passing a fake twenty dollar bill despite not resisting and being handcuffed. The officers restrained floyd by placing them based on on the ground officers lane and Krung held floyd tanned legs down while officer shop in yield on his throat ignoring pleas from the victim and bystanders to let him breathe officer shop and continued to kneel employees throat. More than seven minutes. He did not release the pressure even after forty went limp bled from the nose and voided himself during this time officer tell placed himself between victim and the crowd as if the protect shelvin. Emt arrived on the scene and was seen checking floyd's pulse as he remained restrained but making no efforts to offer him for stayed. The video was shared online and had gone viral by Tuesday off or police. Officers were fired immediately when as we know they're usually placed on leave until the investigation is over however many including Floyd's family protesters. The mayor of Minneapolis are calling for the former officers to face criminal charges on Thursday several media outlets reported that officers and Tau have a history of alleged misconduct with Shaaban according to NBC. Having twelve formal misconduct complaints against him he was never disciplined Shaaban. A nineteen year veteran of the department was also involved in three shootings. According to the Star Tribune in two thousand six shopping was one of six officers involved in the fatal shooting of Wayne raise raise was a suspect in two stabbings and was stopped by the officers. While driving his truck officers maintained the race was shot after pointing a shotgun in their direction. The pioneer press reports than two dozen aid shelvin shot a suspect twice. I've responding to a domestic violence call. He offered claim that's the suspect and he tussled. The suspect attempted to take his gun and shot him twice. The suspects revived finally in two thousand eleven shoving and four other officers. Responded to the scene of a shooting and saw twenty-three-year-old native Alaskan Leroy Martinez running away from the scene. Shaaban said he shot and killed Martinez because he brandished a gun at him as he fled. But a witness. Debra Zysman told the tribune the Martinez dropped the gun and standing with his hands above his head when he was shot quote he had no reason to shoot that little boy during his career. Shoveling was the topic of five internal complaints. Almost no details are available regarding the content of these complaints except some involved in meaning tone and use of derogatory language. He was also the subject seven complaints to the office of police misconduct. All of them were closed without discipline and their contents have not been revealed former officer. Tau Along with another officer was sued for excessive use of force in two thousand seventeen in connection with the two thousand fourteen incident. The plaintiff Lamar Ferguson. So that he was walking down the street with his heavily pregnant friend. When officer talent is partner stopped them and search them Ferguson alleged Tau handcuffed him and the through into the street and reportedly hit him over the head he suffered broken teeth in the deposition tell claimed that he was forced to punch Ferguson because he slipped his hand of the handcuffs and was resisting arrest. The suit was settled for twenty five thousand dollars. That's it for today's episode of sort and scale daily. We'll have a great weekend. We'll see you back here next week. And until then stay safe. Certain scaled daily is an incongruity media production. Your host was Ryan Williams Research and writing by Hagar Barack executive producer. 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The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

2:44:27 hr | 3 months ago

S2E86: SHMS 011421

"Other earth it's sean hobby richmond cindy j. Hey guys it's by out from the show heavy morning show featuring the team comedy where net radio it's sean hobby featuring dj with our co host. Bobby cologne on comedy. World net radio. Hey guys by from the show have morning show featuring the team or a comedy were on that radio the sean harvey morning show featuring dj. Along with our co host barbie cologne. Where you get your morning started right. This is n. e. j. from the sean harvey morning show featuring the wakeup team catch us on comedy. World radio i Along with a smile talk with that is shaded. You a way i'm happy. You're cute new a act lou decided. We should converts about what they're wonderful experience you had. The lightning was the that we both had say a million words in the second. I didn't have much the same. 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It's good to be seen here in bethlehem where we work has lots of you from. It's thirty degrees right now. Going into high forty six today. Cloudy with the possibility rain sometime this morning. Thirty four strasbourg. Forty six would be the high cloudy with rain and snow. Mix sometime this simona possibility of rain snow. Mix a little after nine. Am i believe it was in newark. New jersey thirty four degrees forty for the high mostly cloudy with some sun later in the day in new york city is thirty nine degrees forty four. The high mostly cloudy with some sun peeking through the clouds later this afternoon in atlanta is thirty degrees clear and fifty five the hat. Sixty three in miami seventy four. Hi and cloudy in. Chicago is thirty six degrees thirty nine. We'll be the high partly cloudy with rain after two pm in los angeles. It's fifty five degrees. Eighty four for the high in clear in louisville. It's thirty four degrees right now. Going to a high of fifty degrees today and partly cloudy thirty seven in rochester. Thirty nine for the high end cloudy. That's where i have for you all what's look like where you are coming to. You live from the show. Have you morning show featuring jay we get. You started right exactly what you get some. We get your great job article. We get you more than star right Please like we say. All the time manages please support. Will we do here each and every day we are here. We're here for you. Guys on a throwback thursday and we appreciate you so you know they'll probably gonna try to stay on time you gotta leave early to that guy had thirty so we just. We don't have fun today on this thursday. Got few guests calling in so safari other folks in So i think what we're doing is we don't show to chat rooms some love. Yeah we're gonna show you guys some love and and you know like without you guys. We wouldn't be here. We love shouting out the room. Love show name and it just it just gives us so much to offer shell out the chapel. Hey guys guess. What if you live local If you live local down here lehigh valley and pocono area Bobby guess what we got comedy show to some comedy. Do some stand up. Oh snap on february the big february thirteenth. That's on a saturday night right here down. My hand desolate ten. We're doing a comedy. Show hongbo bob above a barbara's going to promote the show And i'm hosting a show. So you know the social distancing thing going. Yeah we supposed to allow certain amount of people probably won't even do that horrible lot out so we we're going to do some live standup with after party. Saturday february me up in the inbox. If you need to take Saturday february the thirteenth. Right here are secretly out not six occasion. That secret okay. I'll give you that. I know that. I just don't know way for the flyer but i know with it. I know where it is just note of. I had that information tomorrow right down here right here in bethlehem right down the block from where. I live so Barbie if you're not doing come on out so you guys hit me up we're gonna do some live Closing actors my may already robbie's larissa hosted by your boy show havi so you get a chance to see me out on stage when i'm hosting different from doing the sad would've but You know you guys come on now. hit me up if you're tickets We have a limited amount. Barbie asked per pennsylvania who Will we go a little bit over. Yes but just mass. All keep it on and pray to jesus and look barbie cologne myself and a few of us cine The sean brown oliver. I can name them all lenexa in veneta and a few others show right. We're we're we survived atlantic city. Right right nobody came back. Coughing no came back past fevers. No still big toe around. We've made it through that. So we go. We go come on. Hang out with your boys live standup now. Also from my folks in new jersey smith date the day before on february the twelfth. Okay roll out with me off will be in paterson new jersey and we shall. Have you wanna show city bobby megan barbecue class. Dolphins we go. We go from love and leave them today back today dave. I know you're busy man because this is the like a busy time with the date for the doping is they. They gotta go to the clinic o shea. I know that the clinic early unfinished with they don't use you wake up in the morning i you know i got a late this more. I got up at four o'clock days early early very early scene today. Johnny jimmy you know. Be too many people out. Here they rushing and get online game that same. My cousin she went she took a bootleg by thirty five hours. Count off. She covy true but she said a slot feeble saudi now. Now now you know. A lot of dope fiends use drugs into venus asli and i would think that dope fiends would be up against the corona virus because they need the needles syringes man. There'll be a shortage of notice. And you notice laying nation verona's drink it. Oh the barbie let's dame the dolefully is never had corona but how do you achieve that. I mean with immune system gotta be low your dopamine. I'm good i want. I people only stay three days. Guinea one data point right. Nobody wants to be around. Yeah well to veto. Nobody gonna be around. Donald trump out net. Well even day. Did these guys man. They were pissed off the last week. Like i haven't seen white people so masses the oj verdict right. My question is if you would have broken. If you did break into the cabinet how would how would dave. How would they. Dave how dave the dolphin break into that capital because they just broke into the building just reckless. This was just. I would have been on. I would have been mission. It can come from the underground right to the sewer day gaining place. But i can't tell you that could open indictments. They tell nido truck gate. He can't even go to the cubs couch right. But dave they am barbie barbie cologne. I was just talking about before we started show is one like they they write them off for all platforms youtube. And he's trying to get on. Google which you can't get on the economy as we could run now now do they do. Don't fees had sean. Harvey group pays a lot going on and do the duty Dave do you. Don't they have a group page on facebook. We gabby w. o. m. learning now. Now dave how do you. How do you have a cell phone. How does that how. How do you communicate with people with a dolphins. They'll handle time for those cell phone. How you get that. Oh i got obama. Phone bomb saul and i still got my chirp. Oh no now no barbie. Alone and sydney j They didn't get the they didn't get the stimulus check yet. the the six hundred dollars and i was saying to them like they need to claim medical issues like myself a day. I got to six hundred dollars. They've did you did you. Did you get twelve hundred dollars. Stimulus check and did you get your succeed jane. I'm john john. I can't tell you that because it might be programs ten. Couldn't it ain't no telling who. I'll money now you with dave. I'm for sure you're on top of the list of getting your stimulus check looking. We do is talking about gays finances on the radio. But what barbie. Because the thing is my issue with this with. Dave is the fact that dave could schoolers on how to get money from the government because for some reason dope fiends always getting checks they get they get thousands of checks and you know what i'm saying so david lease okay. If you ain't gonna talk about you find as i get back in the day you know. He served country so also dead in the salvation. Army lunch still arms. I'll put it nearly a hug. So on the application you put salvation army put vegetables and any right and then they gave you a check. Say anything else. I just gave you a low on window. Show okay so so whatever david so everybody. If you wanna get a check from the government say you veteran and say you was in the south station army way try and say. Yeah now the laughs. And that's you serve you serve you. Say yes we're living in parentheses these you put lunches so the last time you know relationships a barbeque long day. Was you know in a relationship at at the time we talked we talked about that dope fiends. You know how they coincide and relationships. Dave house is everything okay. Which relationship is everything cool. I mean 'cause any relationship is much less anything with a woman janis. Good you get what you put in unless you were lying about nine. Wow they've kicking some they are you are you are you. Are you high right now because the question are you. Hey like okay. How high are you right now on one channel. But also now now now dave. I know you're a veteran and we're gonna let everybody clap. Dave foul young debut man. They asked me to come to a baby shower. Got four kids initiate into a business. Going dave Before we let you go barbie then we'll come back to shell out the room. Dave how you. He's a veteran dope. Fiend and we love dave. He's a good dude. But dave how's you lean game records especially in newark. New jersey of marketing broad street. Downtown like the dope fiend. Linge aim is crazy crazy ninety decree lane like looking like a ninety degree. I may be on the floor but not touch and right. They've they look like a romanian gymnasts nineteen olympic sport. Right see now. I'm gonna tell you. John if you really notice really see that no more. The drug game has changed a lot of people now. Taking a pill. You don't really see too many people nine and linnet you might see him nodding scratching facial towel jealousy. Lean on. well you got to go to the old school fiend see. Don't you think that that this should be like motivation to get that. Lean back because you know this. Society is exchanged sean. The lean came from hair all now taking pills difference dave so we need more heroin industry lean because the lane from the dolphin is part of this american society. And you're taking the part of the american society away by taking away. The lane so now showing him i i can right. You are now about to on to draw crusade to bring back you go right i want i want to bring back the good old dope so we can bring back the lien. Let me know and we'll they were going to give you the clips dave. The dolphin day. We're gonna give you the last words man. Where can they find you and say before we get on this. I played for cisco sister a sister. Sister agnes is in all know what's wrong with agnes. She outside playing kickball when a granddaughter. Hip out again. Says she too damn old for that. You need to sit down do you. Know what we're courses the agnes tomorrow. How about that. Yeah okay give tomorrow. Right yeah clapping. Dopey thanks we have two days. You shouli if phone a long layer. Okay you bring china's my life that's louie vega. Let's clock back so we're going to. Let's shut out to dave the dolphin and tomorrow. We call sister agnes because we need to know how she all right Yeah so four minutes. After i welcome back i won't shout out. The room was showing some love barbara. I was saying before. Dave called So party coming right. So comedy show Hillside no not. Patterson pat paterson new jersey paterson new jersey. That's a barbecue. we want to roll out. Let me know Paterson new jersey. That's good for monique. Scott muni t That's she's still have. Yeah now once. She's going to call in and talk about it because it was an incredible journey. Her spot That's a a friday of february. The twelfth we be He bouchon harvey vpn paterson new jersey. Okay and Come on down. And let's get this going and in the next night on the thirteenth. We here in definitely pennsylvania. All right we get some live entertainment starting to come back in the in the community I i got we got. I have a big at coming out here in the springtime. Yeah i'm gonna announce that soon as everything on that deal is done. Big act coming out here. We're gonna tear it up. We'll come back but we'll do it the right way We have a limited amount of seating for february the thirteenth. Yeah okay but he's probably going to go. The spot is a small place but as we will have a lotta love so you need take hit me up this february thirteenth here. Locally in bethlehem pennsylvania february twelfth the day before paterson new jersey. Come follow me this weekend hangout And also big show harvey big birthday bash snap. I don't know i'm coming here. Dressed up come here. Means plant level shoes. That day is gonna be credit. Not the pack. And it's going to be crazy. Knows us navy freaking out come on. That's of friday march the fifth. That's on a friday right birthday. You'll come we're going to celebrate. You know how we get down. That's come with depend lovers pats and the bunch and then of course you know we don't. We're going down to Costa rica you know hopefully barbie sending all of us. I think we'd be down there as well. And i'm trying to see if we can actually broadcast while we're down there which i'm trying to figure that out That's january a july twenty second through the twenty six like my man Jeff aka. Mr chirac say yesterday five diamond not five star naming like this. You know we we doing it up. This is worth every dime that you're going to spend in box me. I'll send you the link. Lincoln's on my facebook page lincoln's on the group as we go down to costa rica ultimately soul escape. How great time. Like i said if everything works out right we'll see. We can broadcast down there as well. So you know. Hit me up if you need that. So february twelve paterson. New jersey with my homegirl. Monique latif the next day. A bar by my friend out here in bethlehem pennsylvania live entertainment February the thirteen Moore's fiftieth birthday bash on harvey with the pat levels. That come to buy with the pat patrick got a big act coming out here in the spam time. A big coming out here in springtime getting notify. You're going to get that ticket. Going to sell out are willing and then we go on down to costa rica. Okay so hang out with the journey. A how's your boy show harvey you know how down you know we. We live out here in streets so if you can they'll try to make one of these and we appreciate you okay. So why global ratio. So far by and now guess what what. Because we're gonna shut up chat room. oh in their. They're in here so we can show them some love right back. Thanks beth chapman bobby. Let's go hey. Heart set a with red heart sack. Hostile turned apple. Hey hey wait a minute. Chat group chat with barbie. Let's go hey. Hey red heart set. Hey hey hey do we ask him. That's what i used to whose us use us in abused. Poor sunday monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday saturday. Sunday monday to friday. It over here. We have the met and the bill. Dan hey burn good morning. how are you today. Narrowly right is here gamaa. Natalie kenny be a winning. It's in the building. You guys must. Y'all check out his gogo on facebook. If you guys need some advertisement going to join a group and bam put at wants to get approved they will post it and check them out but necessary thrown is in the building. Hey goro good morning. Data ads drew's is end. Build hello beautiful. Good morning to you. Shout to cam a roper. Hello kim how are you. This is that net net serano and the bill. Does she remember yesterday. She says she can't comment. Y'all y'all talk because she's driving by sees less than hager all get your t forgot. Hold up hold up. You got the t right here. Monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday seventy. Well well there. Tuesday thursday to same room. 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Potential actually questions about spacing out knows no ultimate protection space for but then you're wait in the building. Hey get more into. Jesus mongo jessica wilcox. Good morning michael street. Just as i ask the. it's the the hey strangest. Good morning to you. Dr anne tell is in the bill head grow good morning. Shy he said is here. Hey show he can you. Diane hallways said a diane hole in the building. Hey de low hager good morning. Hello how are you today. Plus valerie intellectual assassin martinez in the building. Hey girl good morning coupla. So to freddie jenkins hey freddie exca- wanted to you how are you like the way from california right. I don't know. I believe it was california that someone that's right school named after he said you'll forty is got to be named freddy Yup gotta be at least four guy before you before they put a number one tanya washington this here hello tan. Yeah the more to for you. Get to see jamie realises in building. Good morning jamie. How are you smart guy who also we have tiffany thompson. Hey girl good morning from the always talks to me on in group as right when i'm not paying attention Like she says things referring. If i'm saying something into tag say shall we say and i don't see none of this. Tiffany keep doing that. Keep talking to me. Even though i'm not in a chat room. I love that every time. I say that you agree or disagree with just keep talking to me. Obviously one day this year. Get into that chat. Room jalousie edgar. Thank you daryl. Lion is here. hello darryl wanted to use their. You should change your name. Your spelling becau- because it's a spell derail but he pronounces darrow. I was confused. I'm just going to say the rail. So how was has a spell d. Were usually the wa l. Fell a r. e. l. l. Or that's the rail. Yes challenge say the rail. Every time i see it because that's my nephew's name but he said i saw him at a party summertime barbecue. He like wherever you go. You always say my name. What say so. You always say terrible. But i always say my name is darren. Oh maybe he's just a separate is weird. I sympathize to do throughout his whole entire life. He has to correct his name with all the time. Like god bless you bra i. Would i would surrender. Dorell wright say i'm just gonna call you derail because that's what. It looked like confused. More to show cine bobby on north south on. This is too narrow. Hey barbie maintaining sure on a court to tell you. I don't haven't been on. Facebook is a while. But i don't know if they told you you was right You said your president is gonna be acting up before election you felt. Tv's going to do something but it wasn't a collection. It was the inauguration. Well we'll we'll cue you know what man could you just say that one more time for these folks because i knew back turn you paying right so right. So right now sean. Hey now you know he was gonna do something dumb you but he did and he might not be finished but what would have saying. Is this first of all is good to hear your voice and and god bless you and thank you so much of a support what we do here each and every day while we shout out the room in this appropriate and great time and that you call. Why are we doing this and you know. She's a former chat room member the week and thank you for supporting now. She's absolutely right. Which i was said which i was saying months ago. And y'all would just every. I don't understand what everything i say. Dismiss it down the row. Even if i'm right you still not going to say it. But it's all good. Because i know in my heart with the blood of jesus on sale zone telling you sean you was right so hey i want you to be careful out. Streets into the transition is complete off. Because the the babylonians were mad. I haven't seen them like. I said this is the oj verdict right. They still might want to do something else. A nocholas is forty-five is trying to calm them down. I doubt that over just beacon street close to election day. I do all my black folks and white folks and my latinos to keep her six feet not six feet or twelve feet distance. Let's double that from trump a trump supporter. The trump support is more lethal than the career. Barish right now. The trump support a virus run with a trump. If you wanna with trump your trump so please keep a twelve feet distance away from any trump flags. Anybody that looks like trump supporter. Stay away because they are infectious. Be careful be careful. People for these next couple of days stay away. I'll keep your distance away because river or now the new word is patriot. Please read between the lines. They trying to bring back the ancestry back from the grandfather. And great-grandfather highly. Really feel when you saw these folks run up on capitol building. You saw two to five generations of racism Thousands and thousands of people right and they have more people at the capital. He had his inauguration. Sean you wish right sean. Right right hey your your thank you so much appreciate you love you guy. Ties to sean you. You was right way sean. You was way. So how'd you play. Hey whatever show city you just like all right. Ah sean sean. News cuna. God bless you sound like that softball tournament you guys show violation and you got your family to comprehend softball i got. I got bobby phone. I bought it off the a cop. A you bob phone. Barbie couldn't walk for three days of walking. Bobby was in hannibal. Lecter case door days with the hockey man. You got that paperwork. They put you in jail james day like you recall it recorded. Phone calling bobby. We play off to fresh out here. I massage was a. I love my sister. If she would she she'll get together she is she likes. She is a natural comedienne. She is so funny like all the time when she get around. We laughed nonstop. Like hilario paperwork jane. My goodness balance four sixteen. You got joggers old yet. You jay j. j. p. again body phone you see barbie running the base with a sports training brought in a score assist over there telling everybody been. It's been a long task. Bobby what city. i think. Part of us the whole week like she couldn't even walk that we never day. Oh my gosh. Sean you was right sean. Thanks have you started. Tricky lewis is in the bill the hey tricky. Good morning to you who else we have. Neuroma joson heroic. Good morning baby girl. Hey tonya lynette is here good morning. Hey let me see if i miss anyone else. I think i have every one yard showing have my stomach over here is nuts because it hurts from laughing. Are you other than that. He might have you name it but the next one. So don't go nowhere morning drive. We come back with front. Page news j. Barbie colognes addition. We we we here early. 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China pop out a little bit but was the possibility of maybe some rain some time this morning. That's where the half you all was. Looked like where you are barbie cologne coming to you. Live in the show every morning. Show featuring jay. Where'd you get. You started right santa. Come out to rome dollar that tomorrow. We are back great show so far. Today i was just talking about being performing in Paterson new jersey saying like that and folks are responding to it friday of february twelve and we talked about Monique latif my desist. I love her to death. But guess what barbie restart. She's on a phone everybody to start. Clapping number bernie. I love you guys winning now. Now everybody everybody say hello to mony who knew listeners. She's a family members of ours. Art get tex last last night from when he can talk and like. I said she's a dear friend of mine and Sean you know she had. She was having a challenges with a with a comedy club black on let's clapper that black female black first in the nation as she was having challenges with covert the whole thing. Because i believe in my heart that monique has been blowing up if it wasn't covert but you know god has other plans. Monique first of all. God bless you thank you. Tell us about your journey. We'd love your journey would happen because this thing was closed now with talks was to talk to january birth twenty twenty hours on top of the world. I was somebody out to california to format their wedding in a coupla month. I was opening my own comedy club. February rolls around. I had six hundred people at my at my grand opening. It was amazing on harvey hosted. My my my Grand opening it was. It was ridiculous People from all over was there. It was the first day of black history month it was history was made a woman opened up our own club in the inner city city of patterson in the six weeks later corona cain like. I was messing with her boyfriend. Are man right. You came all the way down like just overnight. People were like texting me like to get their money's issued back to them for shows. They have booked for parties. They have booked for different events. That was going on. I had to issue in like two days issued about ten thousand dollars right. And i you know guy sucked down a little while i was being obedient but as soon as i was able to open back up i was like you know what i'm gonna go ahead in corona you know. Excuse my language. But i'm back up and i but i felt like i was being insensitive to what was happening around me so i'm pushing the comedy club pushing pushing begging people to come begging people to come and i'm like so i'll say november. I just decided that. I was gonna give it to god. I'm going to close my doors until further note. I didn't play any date on. Put out like you said. I'm close my doors until further notice or dying people. What nine myself yeah. I'm out there doing putting ourselves on a hug and kiss and drink and you know i was like. I can't put the comedians and myself at jeopardy like this. It's not worth it frank. Hold money so the thing. Was you thought right there One thing about moaning that since we've been in our relationship with each other as friends and work co workers. She's she's has. This woman is very ambitious and she's very goal driven gold or driven woman so even with cove it. She still trying to find a way not now. Remember the public sentiment. We got the shut. Everything think monique was the last one to go. You know what she was the last one to go. You might be right now. It was i and then what happened. From that point it was is so finally. You know. I'll i was pushing the president personally envelope and then finally i got one off facebook one night and like ten people had died and i knew the wac says you know what i'm going to have to close until two gothic this out because i wasn't financially i just couldn't afford to to move the way i need to move to grow my business. I wasn't able and i have to make a decision. Is it the money or is it. The people's health and that's holes health. The money matter because i i was like begging people come to buy tickets and it was a headache. I was like i can't do it. Short november came. My son came home from prison. It gave me opportunity to get into him and his light. So i close the door to my company for me and during that minute i was like you know. I'm not gonna be old. But i didn't tell him by people is like i'm not going to be in the comedy club because they were still charging me for when the club was closed in the summertime. I was like. I don't get any time for twenty four grants and get not one right. Well our my goal was to raise thirteen thousand dollars for my lease i raised fifteen. Hundred is still a lot of challenges especially with more nick with her new business. So she she. She didn't have just you know she with these would businesses. You got a personal credit. You kind of have to have a small history. Nick just started. Just open right so a lot of grants and loans and even the banks. They stay shy away. Because this because of the history of the credit of the business right. And i i followed her journey trying to raise money. Got to fifteen hundred dollars in god. Bless you for that. But don't worry was coming to an end. Yes inter taint stopped halt yeah cruise ships are still not cruising right now get continual. Monique sun comes out of jail. Shut down and then what happens. How find out he comes home or two weeks later. I'm going to be a grandmother teresa right day. Wow soon worked came outside the perspective a little bit perspective a little bit. I'm going to be a grandmother now. So i need to be more intentional about what i'm doing i need. I can't do this by myself. I need partners. So i just kind of decided i was going to close the doors for further notice and i'll say about little bit after that. Got something in my spirit. And i was. I was like all right. This is what you want me to do. So one thing about one. God something spirit he will also drop it in the person that attached to exactly rush though. That's how you know is from god because when you when you connect with the person that he did not to that purpose on the same page right though. He sent me to to to the owners of the restaurant downstairs and they were like we need to talk to you and they was like you know we see what's going on we see that We know that your new business we we see you know your grand opening. We see that it's business. We hit above people. Come in and ask them about the comedy club. Well is it back up. We want you to bring the comedy club. Downstairs and run. The whole detainment platform won't do do it. Yes he will believe it. Because god told me to think i told me you need partners with some money. You need somebody to help you envoys. what what. What's so special about. This is this. This is gonna give me the opportunity to learn how to manage a run a full restaurant bar and club. I needed that experience. Because i didn't have. All i had was a comedy who god guy said. No i needed. I need you to learn the whole business. So that when you go and purchase not lease purchase your own bill right you you you know the end of it see i. I didn't know. I just followed my heart. I'm like all right. God you want me to open up a handlebar will and then it crashed. But now now i'm sending you to some businessmen who have experience who can teach you about franchising. Your comedy clubs. That can teach you about building you know. You're bringing and carton shipping. That was the biggest keep last year like partnership. And you can't partner with everybody but sometimes you gotta take a risk of course of course thirty come on. Let's clap so now now remember. I don't know over of bari. Like i said when this grand opening ceremonies club last february was historic like. Yeah it was like. I was in like in the potential center and let it in like new edition was performed electrical data drain brain and then and then she no. She went into her room. It was was actually a successful business and we were all rooting for her. No not like saying the ones who love her haters. We don't even we even. We're not even looking at the put. The folks that love her was supporting her and in this journey when all sales now she got partners and now the comedy clubs opening or every friday. let's let's them has got to change so nothing is so like when you come to the comedy. The best thing about this whole situation hasn't changed my flyers my advertisement. Nothing is changing. When you come down to friday night you know is going to be upgraded because now you got the full bar near you got in you for mony comedy club right. You got bathroom right there. You got you know i. It's a beautiful establishment. If i need to do three shows i could bring it up stares down in the lane so it's so much so much more possibilities to be honest with you a lot less work. The one thing. I also learned this year too is that we've got to learn to work smarter not harder Of course absolutely monet. He says inspiration. And i love you to death always calling on me and i always call you know. We always call it on each other. So i really. I really appreciate you now. We we don't let it go. Take a quick break and then we'll go into the news. Monique where can everyone finds you. Tell us about this thing on A february twelve information about we get more information about thirty to twelve. And where can they find. You take a break. We're gonna give you the last word. Yes i'm doing a twenty twenty one. V grand opening comedy club on february twenty. There's no february twelve there. Friday featuring sean harvey kuba ice will write. Monique latinos and special guest. Comedian is going to be. You can go to my website for tickets and about a week. Www dot com club dot com. Follow me on instagram. Monique latinos and follow me on tiktok. My tiktok is going crazy right now. I'm almost at ten thousand followers. Follow me awesome. Okay talk to you later on. Today we let the death Everybody moved not we love you. Mommy i love you love. You love you guys. Think man we'd back on raw watch. Dj roll back. Everyone is a throwback thursday january fourteenth twenty twenty one fifty three minutes after you just enjoyed the music of dj. 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And when i mentioned these names please support them because they believe in this movement just as much as we believe this movement so again Wfan k dot com. If you don't mind fan radio and comedy world net radio bartecko. Guess we'll be going to we get into some front page news a cynical sydney be here. Tomorrow i'm going to get data general today sitting here sitting on a you down here and And i'll take you back home. Bobby said she'd be here tomorrow. You could have called in news conference. She could but in a different element. Exactly what i'm saying is is he of course came into the news and i guess i get it. You're actually right put at this think. Of course you can articulate the news. Well over the phone. Of course this. How different but being here is just a whole different element this goes. It just takes it someplace. Where just over the phone. It just can't reach it even though over the fall of course as a way of communicating. get it. yeah. I'm sydney be hit him all. Sammy get up at four o'clock in the get up at four o'clock casinos because somebody wants so sydney sydney be ready. Please door to door. Come right to your house. Ain't gonna be no right to you. How i'm snatch you up and we'll we'll do a live. Then we party colonia up barbie of our exactly turn everything on so we appreciate you got solicited. Thank you so much. We'll do from page news. J. bobby colognes edition. Thank you so much we appreciate. So let's make it work front page through shop c. j hey why. Ny indicate she got the front page. Casual james joey. Front page news from shop new. Josh got the front page news. Zhao ooh wee little. We're going to start with a little. Local thin do exist but in the us to use it of using them. Alatau teacher has been suspended at the attending the capital riot yet. A local teacher was his racist tale out of school. Officials are investigating a teacher. Who went to the us capitol in washington dc. Last wednesday day. The building was stormed by pro trump supporters. Guys jason moorhead. This is the first time. I'm seeing his name. 'cause i've been following their story but i see his name. They finally released it. Jason moorhead is a social studies teacher at rob middle. School allentown in a widely circulated screenshot. He allegedly posted on social media on wednesday of his on wednesday at the dc rally in washington and his quote was saying and doing my civic duty. He was linked to another post in say. Don't worry the capital as insured and And his response was this. So you guys decided to go anywhere The king spry law firm representing allentown school district in the matter the solicitor with firm says that they are currently looking into all the facts of the teachers involvement. He says they are still in the interview process but are moving quickly. A statement from districts. A segment from of district says moore morehead has been relieved of his teaching duties. Investigation is being conducted And that's all they have on the story. That's what the school district has reported. They have more information at this time. My thing is. I did see one of my Faithful causing district. School closing announcement. It was hers just their mind school. I'd stare everybody's gotta do their civic duties. If you're gonna do stoop stuff like that cover your face now you out of a job. Okay how you can take your keys and your family foolishness. Well i i don't think they're in school district alatau school district back bobby. Colona went applaud the allens house school district they get it and they move swiftly and they were precise date there and their actions of termination of this complete idiot accurate. Who is we already said. This racist He went down. He has these liberties. And i don't wanna teach with this type of mind. Teaching each kid we already. We already saturated with babylonian history that we try to you know they they dilute us all of this and we try to move in another direction against some history. Thank god for of the black lives matter and all these internet and everything else that can kind of teach proper history. Is it then what. The babylonians has been teaching us for generations. I get that but you are not going to be a babylonian teacher cheney's kids and then you got your stupid trump flag and you running down to washington. Dc causing havoc sir. You are arrogant. You cannot be teaching this babylonian teachings and then go ahead and start a riot in the capital. And then you think you're gonna come back to work on monday. And if those allentown school district was to accept this behavior you were going to be good for the school district i applaud. You and i know that the babylonian is angry. And i know why you're angry angry ad. What's her name in georgia. The woman stacey. You're you pour a hat wise stacey. Abrams socked it till you she did. Her fang in your mouth can set this. What's that guy's name jason. Jason moorhead my friend. Go somewhere about your business migrants. Put a pause moorhead right guy then catch. That could pose a moorhead. Let's mike those jason right jason. Jason more my friend. Okay now that you embarrass yourself you lost your job. And even your babylonian a line family members who still believe that everything was rig. Guess what your job is rigged lael now. Going about yourself endorses. Some cunanan a conspiracy theorists and going out the end world looking crazy because regardless of how crazy knock delicious forty-five donald trump is guess. What he's still a billionaire. Hang on l. matter. You know he's got money. You my friend. Jim our friend post in. And how do you go down to washington. Dc causing havoc. And you're filming your own self doing this create a committing a crime and you think has not gonna roll you kind of punishment for our you. That's that's stupid. that's because you feel. The babylonian felt this innate and their rage. they haven't been pisses o. J. verdict these people really who went to washington barbie cologne on a fantasy a fantasy that was created by mr knock malicious himself. You believed it and it was driven by the internet so you went to washington d like david blaine trick right. It's none of this is true. So what did you do. You went down there because you truly believe my babylonian friends which we all ready knew you. Would you entitled your entitlement your privilege. You got the nerve enough to break into this capitol building saying that. This is your house and these people work for you. That's private property. This federal charges. And i wish god god i wish i was the judge man. It was going down charges. Everybody gets ten years in jail. And i don't wanna hear nothing. Continue moorhead paws right out your name. You're embarrassed and you stupi probably highland rocks and we're guy to get your stem. Me's no i didn't get one either. I didn't get the first one either borders the richest members crew to why you keep saying that. But i'm i'm gonna let yeah come on. Come on all benches from your lips to god's ears garage shown that needed a delayed stimulus checks should arrive by february. Tax firms says millions of americas americans americans who stimulus check got caught up in the internal revenue service. Snafu should receive them by early february we go at. They have already did a tax preparation. You guys know. Remember we're sending reporters if you didn't get your your stimulus check. You can foul for your taxes for twenty twenty years right so you didn't already applied the taxes your stimulus shag on cup yet. But the thing is also made that point to but if you didn't file for the tax in two thousand and twenty do you still get the stitches still get the same show and say this is four. Have not because you know some people without attacks early right so if you fat early you didn't get to similar shag you included and your and your taxes for for this year that you want to do so the extra six hundred dollars will come on your tax return return. Oh digging tax return they go. The rest is working to fix the mistake that caused it to send millions of six hundred dollars corona virus relief payments to close or inactive accounts forcing taxpayers to wait as the money bounce back to the feds put that hold onto. That goes back to what i was saying to lie when they had their first problem with the twelve. Hundred right and people were getting their checks because it was going to a tax agency. Or whatever. But this kind of y'all for the first time just. That's the probably have months to fix the problem. How you had almost the whole damn yeah you. Don't you gotta wait to get away okay. That's y'all i don't blend irs because you didn't update your bank information and also when you're doing your tax bodies people prepare your tax. Make sure you get your bank account the money going your way right not to them. Now get to you which will run out there. You'll want that finance before you get the tax chess early chat refi dollar refund coming. You need fifty hunting a little credit. They your fifteen hundred but they own all your banking make but you can't pay six weeks again way. You can't waste six four six seventy four. Wait wait you sapphires. Half your money. Now they got your information the government fast track to count that you gave the tax pero Just say those temporary cast were set up by the Cut the customers for the customers by the tax preparers. Who said they are working with to get the money to the right accounts. But like we say is your own fault. You should have updated your account information if you know you using that same card from a tax person. From last year you should have updated would carrying bank information. So that's your own fault. I think one thing that the corona has taught us in e in a subtle way or very extremely is to not procrastinate right. I think i mean right. Listen i used to suffer from procrastination time and my procrastination level. I am so proud of myself. I don't like almost at a zero with that. Awesome but proud of you but that was the corona like we have to get our houses in order. Fast you'll know what's going to happen right about that. You're talking about two years like said yesterday. We need to see how the virus where the two to five years. Let me let me tell you something right now about that to talk about two to five minutes here so i mean i'm just saying for myself. There's other things that i need to do to get my house. In order of course and i'll talk about on. The show is fine but a procrastination is something that that we need to work on all of us through covert and get a little better and this is one of those. This is a prime example of it. you know. Stop with the stupid tax refunds. Stop doing that you barn alone against your own money. But they only account at one time. I never did not doing that this way. Here's my bank information right. I'll wait my little seven to four t business days and keep it pushing. But i ain't got tax refund. How long always older. Dan my already. But what i'm saying is but you're absolutely going to forgive all that just hours and is right down the forgive. That's what you do you go right. There is some broad street in bethlehem the irs building. You walk in there okay. can you tell them. I don't have a free. they're gonna pull up your whole thing. You go your. I can't pay. This is done and what they do is they will forgive that. And that's happened to me with the irs. 'cause the irish shutdown. My whole account is back. I had to go over there. I went over there. I said sir. And i got this guy bobby. Cologne the blood of jesus china. Tell you it'd be working. It was only god. Won't he do it. Share with my tax guy from the irs. Face to face. I had a tax got. Yeah it he had. Who's doing it for thirty years. I was his last case he was retiring. Wow and he said this is my. You're my last case. I'm gonna forgive all some. He don't worry about the irs. Just got to golden. Just golden is right down the block give me inflammation. I mean. there's a face to face. They might even assigned agent which they did for me. Yeah they put you in a room pop up. Say you all five hundred. Six hundred thousand dollars is going to say right because it does. If you don't file your tax their foul it for you for you. They're going to get the highest amount. Whatever say for example you make fifty thousand dollars a year. they're gonna sell it for fifty thousand dollars. So in accumulates throughout the years. What the penalties you just walk in. And i know you're like sean talking about now. Sometimes they do that. I've heard before shine. Wh what were we can handle. It was going to be as bad. Hey within what they do is they have this whole thing out right and then you just you put on a puppy face crap job go in there. Coin nair like somebody's. somebody's did. The dog died. You go in there with that puppy face things. You don't know ac- that probably going there with that puppy face pull up. Everything into the state is no occupation. I campaign sorry what they do. Is they make a decision and go. You may payment plan. Candle visit nick kendall and even at the certain amount of time if you don't pay your taxes if forgive it anyway you know what i'm saying. They'll forgive us. Pay tax on twenty years seven. Fifteen years they'd just wait. Waste long you by saying but if you're not if you're not going out and then they'll forgive the because Jackson hewitt and republic bank to- customers that their so called economic impact payment will be processed and deposit by february first while iowa based tax act said. The money will start hitting affected customers accounts on the same date. Irs working to payments again. And we'll re issue them later this month. They said on monday noting that tax companies aren't in possession of the money at right right right. Now they are. They are not The the the affected tax payers will either see the funds deposit directly to their bank accounts or receive a paper check. This has a fichus. So they're the real gangsters attack the iron you it was. The attack was people. He'll ask jackson hewitt jackson public. Bang these these guys. They did real. They've got your money. are they. got your money saw. Was you'll say good morning. good morning. I wrote my halo age. So i wanted to Share my experience Bobby so maybe you can try it. So i had old the federal government shaw. Right 'cause after years wipe ghetto home yoga. Not that point. Not that point. John was right shamas right after so many years. Lights off State does it right. So i- old seventeen thousand for from years ago when getting hi sean. I'm going to sign up with school. I pay for it or whatever so the interest wind up seventeen thousand and seventeen thousand so the woman at i s only phone told me to Fill out application for tax compromise. I let them know how much copay until. I only eight hundred dollars. So they did it in installments. Paid eight hundred and all veterans. Why tool misclass- been. I'd all thousand bobby you for the Comp compromise and Say look. I can't afford all that and they asked you. How much and you say the lowest amount that you blew a thousand dollars or eight hundred like i did write seventeen thousand and has a lot of money like insurance anyway. They noted was driving us anyway. You until you try to. Don't go in there that interest you extra money to go down there and just go down there and tell you like i said yeah and they even you can get translated scripts of or whatever you whatever they have go to a tax guy. He's going to it. You send it back and they're gonna figure all of that campaign right to compromise kind of compromise right do dalla. The penny drew thousands of dollars. Yeah do that people don't know about that but now the ones when your show so you know is like we is a way out of that without pain like that. I don't know why okay know. What did you say. The beginning of this conversation with say shun eating e need to hear show was right majority of the time. Sean is right when he's wrong. He's not drive pink but look he thinks when he's wrong he's right but yes i love ya to live back in have a blessed day. Did you know what i'm saying. They lurk in like shawn says. Did he craig. I'm gonna make me up a bottle of stuff for real time. They come too close to me. I'm i'm blind blinding. Well feet away from a trump supporter into joe students to remain until next month february. Stay away you know who they are. You can sense them. It's seven cents. You know that that trump supporters stay away twelve feet. They're very infectious actually corona virus. Stay away from a trump supporter spray. Yeah okay the latest all right. I don't even go outside. They often so. I mean house. Mos insomniacs still social distancing. My home you know a law a lawmaker to unveil a bill and sure enough thin no airport new highways no schools or anything is named after donald trump these lawmakers mad as hell and Representative linda sanchez says she goes to introduce legislation. That would ban virtually anything even a bench. Okay even a chair. She don't want you to method. You might want to let the chairs of so he could sit kiss our. I'm saying even a bench from in donald trump's name. I don't believe that the city is occupant of the white house or ever have anything named after him. The california democrats say To on trump's an interview with people published on monday referring to trump's effort to cast doubt on the results of the two thousand twenty seven and his words of encouragement to the craft supporters before they had laid the siege on capitol hill on wednesday. She says she don't think no hill. She'll she'll think he deserved any of the benefits. That confer with a prior presidents have seed. She said i'm working on a bill. That would mean that. Nothing not even a bench. No airport no highway no school. Nothing would ever bear the name of this traitor she added. Oh shoot you. Big mashed sean. sanchez opened up about her experience using desk to advocate the doors inside her room. Up in the rayburn house office building in attempt to keep the growing map out the lawmaker said that she the chief of staff grab baseball. Bats that she stores in her office as play on the congressional women's softball team as rioters were gleefully disintegrate in the capital in an effort to prevent certification. A president elect joe biden and the electoral college. I might say why you got gotta bad. But she plays softball. She managed the first of all like that terminology. Like that were gleefully as the. Let me tell you something. Congress people yo because you asked what he would have got to catch the beaten in there now right. She was not picked up a baseball bat from the congressional lady. They would've wiped you ask now. She's got a few yes she was she would have gotten ahead by after that she probably would have got it. But then i who people are going she. She was not playing with highs sanchez. she hispanic shaved. She was like come on. Nobody told y'all go down. Probably this look like a scene from dawn of the dead running all right maybe one on the head but the resident they would have devoured this woman. Now you're absolutely right. Lawmakers boy sanchez. that's a cousin of mine. I think latinos and black folks related sure sanchez from the bronx new york. One of my baby mothers is taken from the bronx. That makes me half puerto rican. Shout out to fernando's groceries. Nfl third now. The lawmakers are pissed off. Not only my latino friend Also babylonian so now what does lawmakers do they make laws. That's what they love the do right. Yeah so now. They put on the board We don't want nothing. donald trump. yeah. And i think this is a great idea. Why because it's everything is happening in reverse and we are privileged to see this happen because the babylonian have erased all african american history from back in the day where we had to as a community. Keep our history a rebel relevant because the babylonian suppressed us with the with their history now the babylonian which is fascinating to me. The the babylonian spearheaded by latino friend wants to erase donald trump from the history books babylonians. Guess what this is. What black folks going through for years. So you know what i i say assumption. I want this to happen. Babylonian you have you tried your best to erase black history off the maps then even teach us school. You had triple rudolph the red nosed reindeer and brutal now names. Raheen we don't have rudolph rudolph the red-nosed reindeer. You could kiss. My black is writing the reindeer. Right now okay. Yes lawmaker. God bless you sanchez. Wipe this guy if he can off any any history. I mean he's always gonna be down. Why all these. Donald trump's streets and parks like presidents and name that losing because a lot of colleges that gave him honorary doctorate whatever. They snatched him titles. Yeah so what's her name again linda sanchez. Yes linda way we. We'll take great news for great. Holo take a break i think. Break who one to fix dots man. Dj will be is in the building. Y'all greg in the building is in the building. I see you will be bad. You want i come on back. Let's give a special shout outs. Who are wondering in today. He's let's the snow. Shutout gregory young enough hill for his music. I thank you so much man. We really appreciate you from the bottom of our hearts thinking okay. February twelfth monique's comedy club boy autumn in the building. We'll laugh on And the next night in february two thirteen right out here in bethlehem pennsylvania. Excuse laugh one again. We'll do a little party. Barbie clothes in a building in a bell dish on harvey's in the building building jason building building building building building building. And then we have the come special in the fact. That's in the pen level. We got the patty's come special. Friday march fifth fifths boy's birthday. Wow joined dow down become party and bull coming in here with is committed. A ps beatles. No with a couple of blood some. Sammy davis junior sox. Echoing down show have birthday. Pass absolutely not marcia v. I know how to go is my birthday and my party. I wanna no no no no. You can't do what you want average birthday. We're not doing that. Speed owes get so get you ready. It's going down march fifth. We've got big at coming out here in the springtime. I you know what's going on with that. And then we're going out to costa rica July twenty second through twenty. That hit up. Your boy sean harvey. Let's go appreciate everyone who has already registered man. We appreciate you for the morning. Show thank you. We're going to represent down there. We're going to think so. We appreciate all right. Bobby come back a great show. So far God bless you would have been front-page news woman kind of sewing news sport. Yeah complete keller. Man who won five olympic swimming medals including to relate goals was charged wednesday for his alleged participation in the capital writes last week according to court documents keller was charged with knowingly entering or remaining in a restricted building or grounds without lawful authority a violent entry and disorderly conduct on capitol grounds and obstructing law enforcement engaged in official duties incited to civil disorder leap civil this order according to documents foul. And u you. Us district court in washington dc. It's unclear whether kella has an attorney or whether he is in custody up in. Cnn has not been able to contact him for a comment regarding this matter. No in the fallout continues. Babylonian coming down one by one by what this guy's a world class athlete swimmer. And we know how you feel about swimming. And i can't swim but this is. This is a whole different type of man. This is a guy who genetically is built for that. Right tore babylonian probably six foot long long long long a and got that stroke going. The whole thing was depressed rogue in the backstory stroke and he walked in with his usa swimming team. This is what i'm saying like a lot of the intelligence level of the of babylonian trump supporter the trump ads. Isn't that great. Like i really would like. It's really not. I really want to. I want them. Iq tests because they eight to. They did everything they did was all wrong. Right sir. world class swimmer olympic champion. We need we want the medals back. Yeah gave them. We don't want you know more on the swim team your your band now. You could go to your community pool and beat the champ over there. But you're running around breaking things in this private building zo private property you keep running. I don't know why they keep saying is their housing. I understand why is this privileged appropriate. So they're thinking that the representatives that represent them in their community get send them near through the vote so they own the house know stupid. Map my rac. One of the guy had cab on air from the from the holocaust. How ya good so so. My friend has the swimmer gold medallist. No more get done. You're finish surgery. Khobar swimming for you and go in and unique two years in jail like i said you can swim in jail. I don't know if they have pools in jail. I don't know but you're an idiot and you stupid any are. You got caught up in this fantasy of illegal direction that wasn't even rigged Assisted assistant Chairperson of the homeland security. Who was in charge of the election. Who was a trump nominee Appointed person said that it was the most secure election in american. History made that comment and he got fired. The next day we are y'all cheated and and And then john. Donald trump started this this fantasy. And then you didn't even the knowledge even to this day that joe biden is legit president of the united states. So you know what as a narcissist because because that's our nocholas get no knock knock who's there he As any true nauseous people. You wind up ice elated by yourself because people are not putting up which causes and was out of putting up your nonsense or like doormats that you can just sit down just pound into the ground. Which fantasies so but you sir You're by yourself and all you other people need to get arrested in stupid and how he was discovered because his once again you know they need to. They really should take an iq test. His foolish tale was seen pictured wearing his us olympic team. Jacket et right in the court. Vacuum is also research that keller was identified by media outlets such as swim swamp which covered the competitive swimming competition. Fbi agent matthew borowski Wrote wednesday court documents that he confirmed. Kelly kelly's identity by comparing photos. He was in colorado up on his colorado driver's license. How you wear now now so stupid so so you are just the stupid man sales so your your your swim team competitive. They don't want you wanna team any way espouse. This is a highly competitive sport. So whatever like this is a sport that comes out to the half of a second millimeter of a second. He's got swimming. You think they don't want you off the team in normal circumstances. Now you're gonna go down to washington frigging idiot and you off the team now. No more endorsements are gone and nobody's got any like you said like the lawmaker. Trump brand is not going to be a good brand right now. of course you know does the. Us swimming team had to make a statement. They said we respect the private We respect private individuals and groups right to peacefully protest. But in no way. Do we condone the actions taken by those at capitol hill last week. Yep so you know. They had to get the day go. So that was a little sports and Front page news for you Bobby one more thing. We want to talk about With the harveys houses sports real quick before we Hope you guys enjoyed the show today because we don't get out here early. Are we supposed to keep going to cook say Big basketball news is person now. Basketball news yesterday. james harding from the houston rockets was traded to the brooklyn nets not have kyrie irving and they have kevin on net and james hardie. They'll going to the nba finals. Will they win the finals. Now we don't know that part but they're going to stay healthy. They're going to the finals. That's it good. You have on that story real quick here it is. The rockets has james harden the net and a blockbuster fourteen tree they're also imbibed pacers and cavaliers completing in the unhappy stars exit from houston. I'm getting like you houston from houston and setting up. A potential super team in brooklyn they. The nets announced the trae on wednesday morning So they traded. The package includes chris liebenberg and Three first round draft. Pick the league source told. Espn that the rockets will trae. Lavertu the indiana pacers for victor adolfo. The rockets pacers and the end pacers have not yet announced that deal center gary allen and forward theron pride prints are headed to of a net from to the cavs so we training they got four trade for one person as i say okay so this so happened is the nets mortgage their future. Sort like instant gratification. Right now for the day was they. Got james harding. Who's one of the top players. And i'm not james harding fan. Because he's the type of he's the type that performs well barbie cologne tonight but when it comes down to like the championships or big playoff games he flops. He's that guy. I don't care that you could do direct at disney basketball folks or people. Whose knowledge was there. No doubt about this guy. He don't know what he's talking about. The no barbie. So he's that guy james haunting. Is that guy who will be one of the best players in the regular season. Okay me maybe that first round of the playoffs. Maybe but when comes to like really winning a game championship like michael jordan. But he's not. That guy was so he'll be hitting them bucket. He'll be hitting those bucket. He has horrible games. And that's how you get nervous so what they did was the nets new mortgage their future. Like i was saying there was picked up. James harding instant gratification. Superstar to go with kevin garnett and cari irvine. They traded to their best young basketball players. That was on the team. That one of them was starting. One was off the bench but these will really basketball players and they mortgage three years of first round draft picks for one man wow man and nine guy and they hit the luxury texan. Ambassador in. sports is a tax out. And you spend a certain amount of money on a player over it you have to. The team has the pay a tax on it. So james harding. Not only that comes with this. Big contract can afford it but comics like like one hundred million so they took a hit on that but now they have this these three guys. I believe that i'm a new york. Knick fan actually played the knicks last night and beat crowded next. I believe that if they don't get hurt they will go to the finals. I don't think they win anything of finals and only reason why. I don't think that they're winning the finals they get that far is because of james harding cagey they gonna lock them up on this. You can't nothing you could do it with kevin kline that discuss a scoring machine. But what they're gonna do in kyrie irving. Oh my god. I don't know nobody could stop that guy. But they're going to do is they're gonna james harding's gonna implode and himself because he just. He scored thirty points every night of the week but when it comes to the playoffs he's done and i'm not hating. This is just facts right. So i'm still a steadfast new york knick fan only but this is good for basketball i think again i. It's been a generational thing started with lebron james when he went to the team and had already superstar. Dwayne wade was day and the other guy can't remember the guy's name and know so so this is also trending that Basketball players go with the with the to the team. That's already stacked with talent because they want to get the ring with. Don't be surprised. Don't think that this is a cake. Walk to the finals now. That's what he said. I don't know about the making the finals because they gave up a lot of players that play the right. Did they mortgaged everything on this one guy one guy they gave away they pretty much all the eggs in one basket short but man. They gave away three all three player. I know we to really good players three phase three first round draft it. So it's a twenty one point three. Whatever the the the the nets don't they picks anisa lang. Well god bless you brother career ever come back and play basketball more and you know you still miss it. Have a a a bet you show up that first and we need to know. What's the first game because now it's going to happen. Is the brooklyn nets. Who are very cagey and irene. Carbon or You're gonna see a lot of national games when they played a lakers and they pose a a. You see a lot of brooklyn nets on tv and shot out the brooklyn. If you're a true brooklyn the net fan. God bless you. I'm a nick fan princess. Who's your team brooklyn for. The purchase jumped ship. She brooklyn predatory teammate. Who's your team. Sort of scores. Mavericks and hornets played mavericks. One one zero four to ninety three. The bucks beat the pistons won ten to one on one. The nets one against the knicks. One sixteen to one zero nine makes honestly the knicks. Got a pretty good team. Got really good coach. They four game losing shoot. They need to start winning some games but they they look pretty good attempt. Tabio used to close his assistant coach for the knicks. He's the coach. Now is a good guy and see what happens. Hopefully the knicks win didn't can win forty games. I'll be hopefully. We'll see the lakers one against the thunder one twenty eight to ninety nine. The grizzlies beat out the timber. Wolves one eighteen to one. Oh seven the clippers. Wanna get the a bourbons accusation public. I forgot because you know we changed. They changed it named The clippers won eleven to one. Oh six and last but not least the trail. Blazers beat out the kings one. Thirty two to one twenty six and those are your basketball scores for last night. Real quick a justice. We don't shout out the room this people in on a how much does god makes a year harding. I just wanna know and then Tomorrow you know we have Tomorrow what is we that. Tomorrow's friday feel good friday. We're going to now. Chapman remembered we give away. We'll give away something tomorrow. Yeah so let's give away something tomorrow and How forty five million dollars divided by worth but let me see how much was contract because the nets and you know what. I don't know like the maybe could help us out. Maybe the houston rockets by have pick up some of his contract. I don't know but this guy comes with a whole lot of money. He was a guy recently. We at the party and he had a. He didn't have his mass on some heat behind that because he wanted to get the hell out of houston. So he's out of houston but again he's one of those plays. He reminds me. Bob mce do back in the day so school. Nicolas host host. Nick fan seventy dollars. Seventy million dollars over four years hundred seventy million dollars over four years. Dang son does she pacman. I ain't and i'm not. I'm not a hater but that is a lot of money. That's a lot of money. Hundred and seventy five by four is forty two million dollars. Wow there's a lot of money must be having to now say must be nice to i almost place get more money selling bobby. Who's in the chat room. We have the godfather solar tracy rate in the building. Marc as mr one emoji johnson. The queen is still here. Diane antonio happy birthday crystal jones. She is here. She's yeah she just popped in birthday to you. Happy happy birthday. Prentice cats combat mr robinson educated on this thing educators with this. I don't know rama. Johnson is still in a bill. Then who else we have here. Put a little horse tangible Tonya lynette michael street justice grass sti kim black. Hey mr black monte nido was up. Y'all by y'all who else who else who else the same names. Diane hallways had a diane hall show. I'm brian oliver best. Good morning. who else we have i believe is it. I more people here. 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No Spin News Audio Excerpt, December 1, 2020

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

13:29 min | 4 months ago

No Spin News Audio Excerpt, December 1, 2020

"Bill o'reilly welcome to the no spin news. Tuesday december first. Who thousand twenty. Stand up for your country gonna lead again with the election for weeks ago. Four weeks ago. We voted for president of the united states. And we're still talking about it and it's an important story on many different levels. I think most of us agree. That joe biden will be the new president. There are some holdouts. I understand that there are some legal challenges. Still in play. We went over this extensively last night. And if you miss that program you might want to watch it because we had a lot of facts and a lot of things that separated a myth from reality. Which is what i want to do today with. Sharyl attkisson written a new book called smear about the media the collapse of the media. Really and and i wanna get into cheryl a why this has happened because it is a terrible situation and the reason it's so bad is because we don't have anybody investigating the allegations of fraud in the presidential election. There's really nobody. Doing that was on a radio with mark simone on w. o. r. today and he's one of the holdouts he still thinks that donald trump may pull it out and be president for the next four years and i said mark this step back. I mean politics is all about self interest are you. Do you really believe that. Any of these governors. Any of these states are going to admit to the american public that they couldn't control on election that their state participate in a fraudulent election. Nobody's gonna do that. Nobody republican democrat. It doesn't matter. No governor is going to do that. No state apparatus is going to aggressively. Go in. And as i told you and this is key judges do not investigate so they are dependent tirelessly upon what evidence is given to them by either law enforcement or the press and the press is sitting it out. They're not investigating trump on a way out and biden's in they don't care one wit about fraud or things that don't add up. Couldn't care less. It's like one hundred hundred biden's gonna get a pass on this whole thing that he enriched himself to the tunes at tens of millions of dollars because his father was vice-president. That's going to happen to one. Hundred joe biden nothing. Because who's gonna investigate it. Hillary clinton benghazi that was a phenomenal. Screw up that led to the deaths of america's anybody investigated that no so. I don't want to discourage you. I mean we still live in a great country a country that does more good for this planet than any other country does but we have a serious problem here of corruption. And i think that's becoming apparent to any fair-minded clear thinking person and that's why i'm leading with the story again tonight. I got a letter from kathy on our message. Board and go to bill. O'riley dot com. Check out the message. Time you one very smart viewers and kathy says quote bill. You want said that our elections could not be stolen or mess with now. It appears that there was massive fraud. You stated who will investigate no one. I'm so depressed over this and disillusion unquote well. Kathy's letter is true. I said about this time last year. That the american electoral system was kind of locked. Down and massive fraud would be very very difficult. That's what i said before. Cove it cova changed everything because colbert allowed the democratic states and states that swing either blue or red depending on the candidates to initiate massive mail in ballots. Massive with that didn't happen in previous elections. You get an absentee ballot. But if some states like nevada they pass new laws. it's ballots. Everybody that never happened before. And it's much easier to cheat as we have documented here with a mail in ballot then people go into the poll and filling out a sheep putting it into a machine right now for the record. I don't believe the machines are the problem in this election. I could be wrong. I could be wrong. But i've seen no evidence. The machines of the problem the melons of the problem so cathy. I'm not an excuse here but my analysis that the us electoral system was was firm. And i didn't believe be corrupted changed when covid came in and all these governors and state legislatures started sending massive mail in ballots out. All right always go back to paterson new jersey where they did that and it was incredible fraud. I said look. This isn't hard to do you know telling people signing ear and then filling out the ballot for them not to do on a mass level. It's a little bit harder. You are listening to a free excerpt from bill o'reilly dot com. No spin news broadcasts where you can actually see me. We'll be right back after this message on the jordan harbinger show. You'll hear amazing stories from people that have lived them from spies to ceo's and even brilliant scientists who can help us understand our own minds. You're about to hear. A preview of the jordan harbinger show with. Ken perennial an amazingly talented art forger who full thousands of museums experts and art buyers. He gave them any book on art forgery. I began to unlock the secrets. I was a storehouse of knowledge of how to create an allusion presented to a experienced expert. Manipulate his mind and bring him to the inevitable conclusion that the painting is genuine. We flooded the market with my paintings. And i couldn't believe what i. I couldn't believe dominos started falling and eventually the fbi will lead to my door. They uncovered a mountain of evidence against me. But they never actually got you. Why did it go away. Why did you never get indicted into what. How are we having this conversation. I guess degree to story of all if you wanna hear more about how can made millions. Art dodged the mafia and even the f. b. i. Checkout episode two. Eighty two of the jordan harbinger show available on apple podcasts. Spotify or wherever. You're listening now. Listen to this. So you k. restaurants bars cinemas and sporting venues. that's footabll may require proof that people have been vaccinated on what to get arrested a movie so you soccer match to show your card definitely going to happen at schools. It's going to be like measles. Two kids not vaccinated kidding coming in teachers unions in america going to demand that flying. You're going to have to have that card stamped onto your passport in order to go anywhere. So there are a significant number of americans who are not going to take the vaccine and that is their constitutional right. I would never in a million years. Tell anybody to take a vaccine when not take a vaccine. That is your personal decision. Whoever you are going to be banned by private businesses from going places and that's what's going to happen just so you can prepare yourself again. Our government's gonna tell you what is absolutely going to happen now. Will there be a law passed by congress. No this is all going to be in the private sector and the only thing that will be public schools because there is a precedent for that all right. So we're going to have a very cova. Christmas remember that a very brady christmas. I never watched it. But i felt it was a clever title very coverted christmas and you can see it starting out. You know one of the terrible things about the resurgence of covid. In addition to people suffering and dying is that we have to see governor. Andrew cuomo again rollet cove. It is the grinch think of it that way and the covert grinch is an opportunist and the covert grinch sees this as the season of viral transmission. So the governor and new york authorities. Don't want you to have any christmas with anybody right in fact if you go to see the christmas tree at rockville centre always a beautiful display. You can only be there for five minutes. According to new york city mayor de blasio. So i guess after five minutes somebody sneezes on you or something but you gotta move along all right and you can't go. Only four people together can go. So there's gonna be giant line all right and it'd be people they're letting you two three four in you got five minutes. I don't know how to do that. And then somebody will come and bounce you out of there. that's good. that's a good christmas spirit right so get set for a covid. Christmas quick break back with a final thought. The holidays are a busy time to be on the road. 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What folks are you reading. I'm going to recommend to additional cheryl's book. I book is the searcher by a tanya french. She's irish writer about chicago. Cop retires goes to ireland gets caught up in tracking down a missing teenager very very good. It's a novel obviously and then a nonfiction book called last stands. Why men fight when all is lost by michael walsh great journalist and this goes into battles like the little bighorn that i about in killing crazy horse and the alamo and the roman battles and things like that for historian like me read why men fight when all is lost and our backlist of killing books as you may know i've sold four nonfiction books in anyone in history. All right eight hundred million in print right now so killing crazy orch still going great after eighty days. That's our latest and you get it free if you become a prima concierge member but our backlist of all the other killing books. Most of them to you like that. So we'll amazon and check out the reviews of killing crazy horse on amazon. They're amazing and is it a folks not the pinheads right and i'll have more books between now and christmas. So if you wanna give books which is always a great gift will give you some more suggestions and we'll see you again tomorrow.

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182 | Stairway to Heaven

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

11:49 min | 1 year ago

182 | Stairway to Heaven

"Our world is full of the unexplainable and history is an open book. All of these amazing tales right there on display just waiting for us to explore. Welcome to the cabinet of Curiosities. A mysterious stranger an impossible task. It's a common story in William Barrett's novel the Lilies of the field a young traveling army that name Homer Smith stumbles upon an order of Catholic. Nuns they are poor and desperate need of help with their fence. Homer fixes it for them but instead of paying him. The nuns believed that he has a gift from God. Meant to build them a church and spoiler it's he does build them that. Church. The nuns insists that he stay for the grand opening the next day so that he can be recognized for his work but homer doesn't need recognition. He's done his job so he leaves in the middle of the night before they wake up. The lilies of the field is fiction but homer story is far from Tall Tale. Back in the eighteen seventies. There was a small order of nuns living in Santa Fe New Mexico their Bishop jean-baptiste Lammi oversaw them. A group known as the sisters of Loretto and had a chapel built them the architect Antoine. Moulet sadly died before construction finished so he did not get to see the our Lady of Light Chapel in all its glory nor was he able to fix the one glaring problem leftover twenty two feet above the pews of the main chapel. Was the choir loft with no wait to get up to it. The Chapel while big enough for the most modest congregation living nearby was too small to accommodate irregular staircase. Various ideas were suggested ladders lift systems but nothing seemed right with our options. Limited sisters prayed to Saint Joseph for an answer saint. Joseph was the patron saint of carpenters and at that moment he was the only thing in the world who could have helped them. The nuns had been praying for over a week. When on the ninth day there was a knock at the door. It was a man and he brought with him. You'll carrying carpentry tools. He inspected the space and saw a way to provide the sisters with access to the loft without having to build an enormous staircase that would occupy the whole chapel. He just asked for one thing. Not Payments only privacy. The sisters could not be present while he worked. Whenever Our Lady of light was in use by the nuns or other members of the church the man disappeared. He would return when the chapel was empty. It's unclear how long it actually took for the visitor to complete his work but the results spoke for themselves. The spiral staircase was a work of art it was steep and some of the nuns could only descend on their hands and knees to avoid falling twenty two feet below but regardless of their fears. They were aesthetic. Their prayers had been answered. Thank the man for his work. The nuns insisted he stay for a party in his honor however when the time came to celebrate he was nowhere to be found. They reached out to anyone in town who might have known or work with the man but no one had ever heard of him. He simply vanished without a trace and the staircase itself begged more questions than answers. The thirty three wooden steps wrapped around two three hundred sixty degree turns yet. The Carpenter didn't use any nails or glue to secure them. Each step was fast into the winding rails. Using only what indulges. In addition the staircase as a whole had no support structure to keep IT UPRIGHT BASS. Did all the heavy lifting making its impeccable construction. Even more of mystery and finally the would the carpenter had used on the staircase had gone unknown until recently attest concluded that the staircase was made of spruce while there are some spruce trees native to the southwestern United States the variety of spruce that was used on this staircase came from a much colder climates places like Alaska an unknown visitor showing up to build a staircase in church sounded odd enough but one with a donkey carrying Alaskan would through. New Mexico sounded even stranger while it only took one hundred years. But eventually the truth about the mysterious carpenter came to light historian. Mary Straw. Cook spent almost a decade researching the story behind the seven sisters and their unique staircase. She even wrote a book about them. The man who showed up at the chapel with his mule and a toolbox wind by the name Francois Jean Rookus he was a member of the companions kind of a French version of the freemasons rocus arrived in New Mexico with the express purpose of assisting the nuns with their staircase. But that would that. He built it with it. Didn't come from Alaska after all but a place. Even farther away France Mr Rokos was killed in nineteen ninety four about ten years after he finished building the staircase. He was shot in his home in Dog Canyon New Mexico but not to worry. Raucous would eventually be reunited with his greatest work and his lasting legacy. His body is buried in the cemetery. Just outside the Our Lady of Light Chapel in Santa Fe just feet away from its beautiful wooden spiral staircase. This episode was made possible by the deadbolt mystery society. Do you consider yourself connoisseur of murder mysteries. D Love the thrill of unraveling the clues than the deadbolt mystery. 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When you're born the fifth of six children you might act out to get attention after all. You're not the baby of the family and you're not the oldest so it takes some doing to make your siblings and even your parents notice you born around eighteen o seven to Mayo greenleaf patch and Abigail mcintire. Sam Patches Childhood. Well it really didn't exist. After his family moved from Massachusetts to Rhode Island Sam had to help support his large family. He got a job in a cotton mill but on the side he had a kind of unique hobby. He liked to jump off of things. He got his start by jumping into the Blackstone River from the top of the Mill Dam and nearby bridge. The other child workers would join him while some. Try to keep up with his ever growing heights. Only Sam was able to leap deftly into the waters below from the highest points in Rhode Island. By the time he was in his twenties Sam had moved to Paterson New Jersey to work in a new mill spinning cotton there but Sam wasn't the only recent arrival to the growing city. A new bridge was being constructed. Over the great falls of the PASSAIC river. The owner of the Land Timothy Crane had started to gentrify the area by turning public picnic grounds into upscale eateries in gardens and in order to reach these new establishments. He built a wooden bridge for residents to cross. Sam Wasn't thrilled with the idea of his fellow. Workers being forced out of the area but the bridge looked promising on the day crane opened it to the public. Sam saw his chance to steal the spotlight for himself clad in nothing but his shirt and underwear SAM leapt from Ab feet above the falls into the water down below. The crowd cheered and Sam quickly became known around town as the Jersey jumper. He gave a few more performances from the bridge before moving onto bigger stunts from taller. Bridges to the top of ship's mast every time Sam Patch at. The water is fame grew skyward but the biggest heights was yet to come in order to drum up tourism for Niagara Falls. Sam was hired to perform his most dangerous jumped dates. You'd leapt from the base of the falls into the Nagara River below a boat patrol the area for patch. Who was supposed to reemerge where he landed but he couldn't be found. The crowd held it's breath as they watched and waited. No sign of Sam anywhere. The jump had been to high thought no one could have survived that and then they sought movement on the shore. Sam had made it out. Everyone cheered for the daredevils celebrity less than a week later. Ten thousand people flocked to Niagara Falls to see him do it all over again but there were still greater heights to achieve and Sam saw his next challenge in Rochester New York. The papers ran advertisements leading up to the jump on November. Sixth of eighteen twenty nine asking for donations to cover his travel expenses. They also promised another performer would be taking. The leap is well between Agra falls in Rochester. Sam gained and assist in for his act. A pet bear cub at two o'clock in the afternoon in front of over seven thousand. People Sam led the cub by its collar to the edge of high falls ninety seven feet above the genesee river and pushed it over. The bear emerged from the water unscathed. And now it was time for Sam to take the spotlight which he did with APLOMB. The jump was a roaring success. The donations however were not hoping to squeeze a little more money out of them. Sam had a tall platform that elevated him. One hundred twenty five feet above the river twenty five feet higher than the edge of the falls the local papers advertised the encore performance as Sam Patches. Last jump he'd only intended to take a break. During the winter months. He didn't realize how right the newspapers would really be the following. Friday San climbed up on the top of the platform and spoke to the audience. Men took his leap. Something was wrong though. His body tightened his legs which were usually squeezed together had separated when he was halfway down when his body hit the water hard. It disappeared beneath the surface. Boats scoured for signs of him everywhere. The crowd watched the shore to see if he swam his way to safety. No one would have an answer until four months later when his body was found along the shore. Seven miles downstream. Sam Patch died at the peak of his career as a national celebrity. But looking back he might have benefited from the sage advice of a popular song. That would arrive about one. Hundred seventy years later penned by the philosophers known today as. Tlc Don't go chasing waterfalls. They wrote please stick to the rivers and lakes that you're used to. 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State officials wonder whether politics is playing a role in coronavirus resource allocation

The Daily 202's Big Idea

16:54 min | 1 year ago

State officials wonder whether politics is playing a role in coronavirus resource allocation

"Good morning. I'm James From The Washington. Post and this is the daily two for Wednesday April. In today's news some New York hospitals have stopped resuscitating corona virus patients as rationing rives in America the United Nations says. This pandemic is the single biggest challenge facing the globe since World War Two and the contagion is bringing out the worst in some people. But it's also bringing out the best I though the big idea. President trump in the physicians advising the Federal Pandemic Response delivered a bleak outlook for the spread of the corona virus across our country predicting a best case scenario of one hundred thousand to two hundred forty thousand fatalities in the United States and summoning all Americans to make additional sacrifices to slow the spread for context. We lost fifty eight thousand troops in the entire Vietnam war yesterday. The death toll from the corona virus in the United States exceeded the death toll from the terrorist of September eleventh two thousand and one trump has adopted newly somber in sedate. Tone will see how long it lasts and contradicted many of his own previous assessments of the virus. He instructed Americans to continue social distancing school closures and other mitigation efforts for an additional thirty days and to think of the choices they make as matters of life and death trump and his task force members said. The community mitigation practices in place for the past. Fifteen days have worked and that extending them is essential the mathematical modeling. The White House presented suggests that doing so could save hundreds of thousands of lives without community. Mitigation the government's models predict one point. Five million to two point. Two million additional Americans could die of Cova nineteen which is the disease. The virus causes the data presented. Yesterday was based in part on publicly available models one was created by the University of Washington's Institute for Health Metrics and evaluation which projects the national strain on hospitals will peak on April Fifteenth. It also estimates deaths through the summer at thirty eight thousand two hundred sixty two thousand that's a lower projection than some earlier models and then the White House zone estimate but that University of Washington model notably assumes that every single state enacts strict restrictions on its residents and some states including mega states. Like Florida have yet to do so. The MODEL also assumes that the entire country will maintain these strict restrictions until the summer but trump has so far extended. The White House has guidance. Only until April thirtieth the actual death count in coming months will depend on a variety of factors that no one yet knows including whether people dutifully follow the guidelines whether states are able to procure enough ventilators and other supplies and whether hospitals become so overwhelmed. That people can't get care that is why the quality of the federal response matter so much and estates across the country have pleaded for critical medical equipment from a key national stockpile. Florida has promptly received one hundred percent of its first two requests with both the president and Republican Governor Rhonda Santa's touting. Their close relationship is the reason. Why Red States like Oklahoma and Kentucky have also received more of the equipment than they've even requested but other states blue states like Illinois Massachusetts and Maine have secured only a fraction of their requests. It's a disparity that has caused. Frustration and confusion governor's offices across the country. Stay in congressional leaders are flooding. Fema with letters and calls seeking clarity about how it's allocating these suddenly in demand. Resources like masks ventilators in medical gowns. Wisconsin Governor Tony as a Democrat said in an interview that the struggle to find ventilators is causing a high level of frustration. Governors and state officials have become increasingly frustrated by what they're telling us as a Byzantine and unsteady process for distributing supplies from the strategic national stockpile several complain about chaos in disarray within the system and almost total lack of guidance about how they can secure life saving supplies some. Gop led states to be sure like Georgia have had trouble filling their requests but trump is contributed to the sense that politics can be a factor by repeatedly including again last night attacking democratic governors who have criticized his handling of the crisis. Still other Democrats have given the administration plaudits for being accessible and responding to their requests and even after he verbally attacked. Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan and Jay Inslee of Washington trump did approve federal disaster support for the State's privately though. These officials are expressing alarm about a system that is beset by inefficiencies in disorder. One thing we heard was that boxes of equipment have arrived at times in states unexpectedly for example a shipment to Minnesota arrived in the middle of the night when the state's warehouses to receive it were closed officials in North Carolina told us they're scheduled to receive a shipment today but they don't know what it's going to contain their liking it to a mystery box an administration official with knowledge of the rationing decisions says political affiliation is definitely not a consideration but this person says that trump has been making promises over the phone. Governors call him and then FEMA has to try to figure out how to accommodate the Pentagon says it has not shipped two thousand ventilators in its possession because it hasn't been told where to send them in order to ship the equipment to FEMA and the Department of Health and Human Services the DOT says it has to be given the location by civilian authorities but the civilian authorities haven't decided where they want the ventilators to go after trump repeated again. That testing is no longer a problem in our country. Maryland governor Larry Hogan a Republican said. That's just not true. None of the testing advancements the president touted in a conference call with governors have been deployed Hogan. Who's chairman of the nonpartisan? National Governor's Association says. The gums are pushing the federal government to coordinate the purchase of these supplies in the tests to avoid bidding wars between the states a few weeks ago trump said the federal government would partner with major retailers to set up drive-thru Corona virus testing sites but HHS admits that only five locations nationwide from these major retailers which include Walmart CVs and Walgreens or offering testing and none are open to the general public. Meanwhile testing backlogs at private health. Labs have ballooned making it difficult to deliver a comprehensive view of the contingency spread for doctors and policymakers. And that's the big idea. Here are three other headlines that should be on your radar number one last week. Dnr's or do not resuscitate policies for corona virus patients who stop breathing or in cardiac arrest were being discussed as part of worst case scenario planning over the past few days however as New York. City's death count topped one thousand with another eleven thousand people. Hospitalized amid predictions. The peak of the crisis is still two weeks away. Some hospitals and medical centers have now activated these protocols such a policy was announced at Saint. Joseph's University Medical Center in Paterson New Jersey. A memo detailing similar changes was sent out Saturday at Elmhurst Hospital in Queens but then rescinded late Tuesday afternoon. Doctors and other hospitals are informally putting such protocols into practice spokespeople for Montefiore. Nyu Len Goan. Health and New York Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist said. No new system wide protocols have been adopted but doctors and nurses each of those facilities. Say that some doctors have been informally allowed in recent days to override a coveted nineteen patients code status. That's the part of their medical record that expresses a desire for lifesaving medical intervention more than one thousand. New York Police. Department officers have now tested positive for the corona virus. Another fifty six hundred or fifteen point. Six percent of the workforce called in sick yesterday blood banks or panicking that they will face a supply crisis about four weeks from now. Give blood if you're healthy and you can and as the situation continues to turn more dire. Hospitals are trying to censor in silence. Frontline healthcare workers to stop them from getting word out. About how bad. It really is on the inside. Several systems are threatening to fire anyone who publicizes the poor working conditions some have followed through a Washington state? Hospital fired emergency doctor. After he gave an interview detailing what he believes are inadequate tests and equipment in Chicago. Nurse was fired after emailing colleagues that she didn't want to continue to work while wearing a mask could she knows won't protect her new data. Meanwhile shows that the disease is thrusting people with chronic conditions of all ages in intensive care units reinforcing a critically important lesson that we've discussed before although the corona virus is typically more severe among older people people of any age with underlying medical conditions are increased risk if they can track the virus that helps explain why Cova nineteen and continues to take from us both the old and young Jose Ortiz Gray of Brooklyn became the first Catholic priest to die from the virus in the United States. He passed away just three days. After leading mass the AH livestream he was forty-nine Geeta Raji a world renowned virologist and a leading. Hiv researcher died at sixty four JANIE. Danker the Director of Radiology at the Ohio State University Medical Center died at sixty. She just lost her husband. Ls A thirteen year old boy in London thought to be the youngest person in the UK. Die from the virus had no apparent underlying health conditions and he had tested positive. Just last Friday. It's a reminder of how quickly some people deteriorate number two vice president pence has frozen all corona virus aid to foreign countries after discovering that. The efforts weren't being coordinated with domestic quests for equipment the federal task forces now scrutinizing all of USA ID deliveries to countries requesting equipment. Pence's also placed a moratorium on overseas shipments of own stockpiles of protective gear. In some cases asking the equipment be sent back to the United States Israel is deploying security forces to force ultra Orthodox Jews to stay home as their neighborhoods become hotspots Kenyan. Police fatally shot a teenager as he stood on his balcony during corona virus curfew. Crackdown China Today. Reported a sharp increase in new cases as the National Health Commission finally began counting in official statistics. The number of people who've been but don't show symptoms farms across Western Europe depend on Eastern European migrants who come during the growing season but the border closings because of the corona virus now threaten the entire continents food supply European countries. Say They have enough food for the next few weeks. But there's growing alarm about what's going to happen if this crisis drags deeper into the growing season. Because there's no one right now to work. The fields in Turkmenistan has banned the word Corona virus from its vocabulary in a radical terrible attempt to suppress information about the pandemic state controlled media outlets are no longer allowed to use the word or describe the disease. It's even been removed from brochures distributing health information in schools hospitals and workplaces. That's not the way to win number three here in this country. Online trolls had been breaking into multiple alcoholics anonymous meetings being held the zoom videoconferences to harass recovering addicts with slurs and encouraging them. To drink. This is truly a monstrous thing to do. I spent yesterday on the phone with six Americans who've lost their jobs through no fault of their own and are now stuck at home. Each of them lost their employer sponsored health insurance effective today April first. One of the men I talked to yesterday in Houston is a recovering alcoholic. He's single and he's at home in his apartment. He used to work as a bartender in the Houston airport and he said the AA meetings via zoom vio conferences or the only way that he's making it through the day meanwhile profiteers are trying to take advantage of people's desperation to protect their families by price gouging and selling super shoddy masks at super high markups. The frenzy has broken down. Standard quality controls opening up the market to an influx of masks of uncertain origin and limited effectiveness. There's a lot of terrible stuff going on but this crisis is also bringing out. Inspiring acts of kindness and selflessness. You know the messages were getting every day or are so depressing. Don't go to work. Don't see your friends. Don't visit your grandma in the nursing home. Don't bring food to your sister who works at a hospital. Don't hold your wife's hand while she gives birth. Don't let your kids play together. Don't pray together. Don't hug of the many cruelties of this pandemic. This is one of the hardest to accept in a time when all we want is to be close to the people we care about. Closeness is the one thing we can't have six feet has never felt farther away. Psychologists are worried about the long term effects of our new. Socially distant reality decades of research has shown that loneliness and isolation or associated with high blood pressure chronic inflammation weakened immune systems and a host of other health issues. But there's also hope in the data studies reveal that human connection something as simple as getting an offer of help from a stranger even looking at a picture of someone you love can ease pain and reduce the physical symptoms of stress and anxiety. People who feel supported by their social networks are more likely to live longer. One experiment even found that people with many social ties or less susceptible to the common cold for everyone quarantined in solitude aching and afraid for Farflung family and friends this science. Cannon should provide some solace a supportive phone. Call an empathetic ear an expression of love. These things can bolster the immune system on a molecular level whether you are the recipient or the giver. Kindness is good for your health. And we're seeing a lot of acts of kindness. A newspaper deliveryman in New Jersey is bringing groceries to his older customers on his morning route at no extra charge a thirty year. Old Man with terminal leukaemia passed away after testing positive but telling doctors to use their limited resources in the hospital to save someone else and a Minnesota state trooper pulled over a doctor for speeding on interstate thirty five but instead of giving her a ticket he gave her a fistful of n ninety five masks. That had been issued for his own protection doctor. Sarraj Shroff. Jonjo says she burst into tears. She wrote on her facebook page quote. The veil of civilization may be thin. But not all that lies behind. It is savage. We're going to be okay off. And that's the daily two. Oh two for Wednesday April first. Thanks for listening. I'm James Hillman. Stay safe from. I'll talk to you tomorrow

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Episode #499 - Afternoon Delight

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Episode #499 - Afternoon Delight

"Did you patch point. But if he takes opinion policy will be next. This is doing it right now. I'm so out of zuma zoom practice practice. Yeah hey everybody it's leisure skaggs. Podcast were back on zoom two shows per week. And but one of them's going to be on zoom if you wanted for week but we're doing one where we're taking a shit one just watching me. T. it's hair through the paper a little bit. Get some of the some of the updates big. Joe kherson of course gangster. All here we got davey smith. Hello salutations stations are greetings You know the former the former the current and raining ellis mania champ. No no he lost the belt. You're right the first time former when you lose the belt stolen at the studio now okay. So you know what i'm back. He's back still champion. Still the current. Ls mania champion. The puerto rican rattlesnake. Louis j gomez. Right go go. Might scan fans skanks out there. I am the reason. The show is happening two times per week. But it was up to jay and dave they'd be jerking off right now. I might leave in five minutes lewis. You're not wrong. Wasn't my first plan for saturday night but fucking it's a friday. You drug addict friday. All over the map was. I was actually about to leave. Where you're like saturday night. And i was like there's fights on we not do a show tomorrow on christmas what Yeah look we got a shell happening right now like the reality is we used to do two shows per week and we ended up for a multitude of reasons only going to one but we got a lot of downtime right. Now there's no touring there's nothing else going on So yeah we're gonna we're gonna do two shows per week for the foreseeable future. I mean if you let me tell you guys keep listening keep subscribing. Keep talking about the show. We will do this forever. I'm telling you right now That's part of the problem gets big enough. Dave can afford to quit is part of the problem gets bigger than this show gets a little bit bigger and then i get used to the extra income. I kind of place you got a kid got more bills. It's it's tough Really by the way. That's the way i jane dave. I literally just said the number and they're fine final. Do it loose financials to my daughter today was definitely gonna roll those back to my own. So look i look. I mean full disclosure. We're supposed to be doing this thing on this fucking stereo app and we don't even know if that's going to sell happen we'll see what happens when you just told isabel not even like directly in a way it was said pops isn't getting you car. He makes a cool nine hundred our year. Essentially on your mom. He did do that but it was funny. Because i was just like i. I as way i go i go. Hey you're on speaker phone in the car. me. isabella christine. I think it was cool. Hey this much money we can make money and make it this much money. Think the extra money can be on top of that money. You're gonna have nonstop money going specific number of specific. I mean you're making over thirty k. A week and you're only paying that dumb bitch carlo. Like six hundred. As of richard lewis goes as about this all works out asia. Be paying half wherever you go. That was like a legitimate thing. He goes it philly ads. Forget it. I know how to make it work baby boy. I'd had to make this work so welcome to the show. I'm i'm excited doing. I really am right now. I have to. I have to be. I be rated r. But my concern because i have bobby kelly. Son is doing sleepover right now with my son. And it's the first sleepover either. Either these kids have ever done so. They're upstairs and they won't go to sleep ins. I thought they'd be asleep by nine thirty or ten. Like seven year. Olds are but they're up there with. I assume now is looking at each other's dicks. Jeff definitely practicing stuff on each other. Well the one telling each other secrets like maximum chips. Thanks secret go under the blanket. And i'm like what is your secret stays like if you buy stuff it's like it's kills my. Ps changes in the person's about the blanket. If you put in your mouth it'll go boom boom. Does this feel a civilized here. Walkabout to go to the bathroom walks by and you hear my father thinks sleeping. He thinks girls a man he totally doesn't know that i'm inside of you. Hit the toy it. I'm telling you right now. There you know i just look. If they're up there seven not the age for that. We'll for male. Was i was already. I was already overly sexualizing in a mass away. Seven years old buddy. That's all going to clear a little bit. We're gonna you're gonna find out about your stock dude. Got some stuff to talk about man. I realized i haven't called myself white trash too much. I think people. I think people think that i exaggerate on where i came from now. I don't think so. Okay so you've always you always you've always believed the stories. I thought it was quite clear that you came from garbage. It was what it was foreign to me about it. I believe it was mine was much more my growing much more urban and even it turns out. You actually have very suburban place growing up. So it's it's it's hard for me to associate it being so trashy like the suburbs to a certain degree so paterson new jersey's not the suburbs paterson. New jersey is like i don't know if you've read the patterson. Yeah i thought i thought about rockland to trenton. I'm assuming where it's like. It's whereas it's a little weird shit garbage city within suburbs surrounded by suburbs. But it's like there's like bodega and corner stores and it's all apartments and it's like it's the hud what was that. What is that considered. Because it's not a city. It's not the suburbs urban urban. I think that is considered a city. We don't because we have so much experience with new york city. You don't think of anything else to the city. But i think that is consensus for sure. Yes so paterson. New jersey is where i was born And your all your formative years rockland. You all the years i remember. Once my dad was killed. I moved in with my And great grandma and my aunts still to this day so once my dad was murdered and my mom got hooked on junk again and fucking. Yeah then junk junk calls it that outside of an eighties cop show. I like it to. Your mom was putin rusty tire. Rims collecting junk. The junk in your mom's comes back like fucking metal. Wheels on back into the junk rumored junkyard dog hilariously racist character. Wonderful to black lives in a junkyard likes to scrap remember. His finishing move was as big fetch. Ucs now i don't. That was his finishing move. He gave you the thump thump across his. But hell you and he would go smashes asking your face i like it so Also my mother's finishing move thump. Yeah so she move. I moved my grand. Now is much more of a suburban environment. Even rockland county. Where i grew benson street was straight up gutter trash. It was like this trashy of the blocks. It was a few blocks in in west harris shirt. Red avenue benson was the garbage is actually visited. Recently i i drove there just because i was dropping my aunt off and i was like benson street and it was even more depressing than i remembered. Yep that's fine. I just did a tour of where we all where we all used to live. I showed christine over in middle village. Really your apartment. Yeah it's europe. I think they changed it construction wise. Oh yeah. I don't see the old window lovely about it is not a real window. That was a joke that you made up and fabricated all those parts of you. Guys never watchmen. You have sex with women through my louis make much of a subject. You happen to have a window apartment. Oh yeah my window that showed sunlight there. Yeah the window for seeing seeing as we look out of the window and glare out into nature. Yes i'm just gonna say the apartment never existed at all just to be on the safe side because we made that up losing lived in middle lewis nato departments for rent again. They changed a bunch of stuff. My place yeah. What a weird little. It is where. I grew up in rockland county. I mean it was like really shitty white trash. And i remember like underneath my. My aunt had like a back porch. Remember my aunt's house being kind of nice like i was like oh lance got shit together in a garbage i used to hang out under the back porch and play and broken glass. That was like a regular occurrence like i remember. I looked at the. Oh shit yeah. He's hanging over. The i wouldn't be able to let my son hang out with a rat infested porch on that porch and you go do gay stuff in the bedroom. The activity wasn't playing with broken. Glass was it like a broken grass rower. Yeah yeah oh my god. it's so shiny. What an cheek uses lighter. I can melt them together and make a bottle dougie. I remember one time. I was building a spaceship like that was my whole thing was. I wanted to build a spaceship and i deployed less. I mean i'm going. Be your minds here at like six. I had no idea eh spaceship. It was just collecting scrap parts from like the neighborhood that i would drag a raccoon. I would drag spare-parts underneath this porch. And i would. I had all these like nails and fucking metal shards rusty shed just will never make it out of earth's atmosphere gravity regulator fuselage. Well first of all. I had to get a huge. Thank you to you know an environment with no gravity for years. Hey i go to space camp rockets. Almost i wanted to. I can't remember those like a bunch of long planks of wood. And what i was going to do with it. We're going to like put one point down then to hear the to hear to hear to hear can keep on building around till it created a cylinder. That was the idea. That's why you're do dude member. Jenny from forrest gump through she would just wished to be a bird. Fly faraway louisville. I'm fucking rocking it. Out this pill wings motherfucker you could sit here and pray you wish you were bird on a fucking up at the stratosphere fucking do bitch. Hey mom i'm going to be a little late for dinner tonight. I'm putting a mini fridge in the main cabinet round. Control two major mom in the know. So yeah i i would. I would play underneath this porch. And i would go into the woods behind the house and we would just fucking you know just planning making broken glass angels. There was at one point. These kids built an underground fort. Which was they literally dug a hole a massive hole like this. I mean this is a kid seeing massive four it. All underground is yeah. that's deep. They went deep enough to where we could go on her knees be completely underground and it was just covered with like would and then they throw a bunch of garbage on top of it. It was up waiting to be caved in on some a little fucking kid and say look at red dawn dude all those kids in like me though so they be like playing a bigger four year to dig in europe. They were putting you in there now. Louis hang out there and hide. We'll come find you. it's a fort course week. I sleep in the fort. Oh yeah yeah but that was sort of like this. Little white trash like lifestyle. But the reason we're bringing this up is because today on twitter. ted tremblay ted underscored tremblay. Who i i gotta say i really like. People are giving them a really hard time on twitter But he ended up posting a few newspaper articles about my father's death and other things and it was rough guy. Tell you as someone from the outside looking in like you. Just you click on one. And it's like man charged in teen rape and you're like okay but that could be anyone and then it's like in paterson nearly all right all right aimed hector gomez has got to be a common name jersey avenue for sure. If you want to read this vicious wait a minute. I want to read it. No are you sure. It's him odds one hundred percent. I visited my father in prison. I forgot that. I visited my father in prison. We'll talk about it. Do you never knew what he would never knew why they weren't like you're going visit your rapist. Father they should. I just assumed it was. Drugs is why he was in jail that time when you went to go visit yeah for sure the the and how you i was a child like three okay toddler i was a toddler i have a very very vague memory of just visiting him behind glass. That's all i remember is just a my sister told me today that another woman convinced my mother to let her use one of us to visit her man in prison. Because you had to have a kid in order to go see him so she showed up and she was and my mother would then. You're the sit there. While she sucked his dick she was all right. Thanks there the corner. i'm gonna blow them real quick. Yeah so my mother apparently was gonna she offered me and my me or my sister up. We just wouldn't go. We were terrified. Look can only fucking strange likely black woman to go visit her husband and fucking prison. That's crazy some sort of ethnicity. Yeah without a doubt real quick guys. We must thank you for supporting today's show Blue offers a performance enhancement drug for the bedroom. It is the same active ingredients as viagra or cialis. You know this works Noble chew -able you talking to you talking to some guys who love candy and love boehner's so if you combine them both i mean come on. We'll more he asks for candy. Boehner's be hanging off. The christmas tree like ornaments. I think the beauty of blue shoe as you get The consult for free. The online physician concert is free. So it's cheaper than the other. Two annoy takes a few minutes to connect with a blue dot com affiliated physician. I'm gonna tell you they get. I couldn't imagine them not giving you the prescription. 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Fucking i got the first one says kids Saved by the bell stuff Now in fairness. I'm going to be cool. Bobby here now. Christine also thousand tabs. Because you've got to keep running stuff back and forth. Sometimes i've yes actors too many tabs tabs than you realize you have the same thing open like three different times like my emails open three times in two and zoom meeting across the board like nineteen ended zoom meetings. Okay now man. Charged teen rape and spouse attack ladders. Let me remind. The jury says charged charge for sure charged the teen and then raped her a local man so fast he was fucking dude. He was right. There at a local man has been charged with pistol whipping his estranged wife. Not your mom and raping a seventeen year old gogo dancer authorities at your mom. No no neither one is my mom. My mom is not involved in this story though. I am cl- what is the date of this Article by lewis. Is it weird that in highschool you were voted most likely to piss a with your spouse and rape a seventeen year old i. I didn't win that and it's sort of a sore subject for me j. Mike thanks for lewis. Most likely to succeed. At raping a child. I'll think my things on Hector gomez twenty hector j gomez as a of east sixteenth street was being held in the city jail tuesday afternoon on twenty five thousand dollars bail on charges. Alleging that twenty five thousand might as well have been ten trillion. Yeah oh yeah up dollars your honor. Endless money bail on charges of alleging assault with a dangerous weapon and aggravated sexual assault. The suspect according to police reportedly beaten his estranged wife. Garmon with a guy by the way. This is how. It's confirmed that it's actor because his wife was carmen. My mother was technically the other woman. Though we looked at karma as the other woman. I gotta be honest with you. I have a brother and a sister me and my sister are staggered. Age with other kids so i have a brother and a sister that are like my brothers one year old with my sister. Mike's real sisters two years older than me. The my half sister's like a year older than my sister damn robin around drama dach- all over paterson new. None of the goma's boys believe there's a the you can get people pregnant that keeps happening He beat his estranged wife. Carmen with a gun at his home on madison is home his home his maybe his gun not clear yet between twelve thirty and one pm damn an afternoon pistol whip hardcore. Parker it's not like he came home drunk one night and pistol whipped his wife which we can all understand we get not get behind living your wife but we wrap our minds around how you can get their pistol. Whip your wife at twelve thirty. I mean at the why she waking you up twelve thirty to one pm on a monday. It's a pac man. Somebody hates mondays. A mission had the cat calendar. I hate mondays shit. The incident was triggered when gomez saw moving van outside of his wife's home jeeze time to go beaten rape. And i guess go. I hate vans. He goes joe. Why is there event. here. I'm gonna kick your fucking ass and then i'm gonna go right but teenager. Oh god detective felipe torres. Can we get one white person to fucking sort this out. Felipe torres show. Hey i'm the policeman. What are you doing. Pistol-whipping your wife's sherman at the seventeen year old. Give me that gun homes. Give me that fucking crazy. Who filed the charges said gomez after entering the apartment threatened to kill his wife Okay he changed his mind and pistol whipped as she was packing the vacate the apartment. Oh i get it i. I skipped over that. Because i was crying. At this point. I glazed over that part. Where oh so. That's what that's why the moving van was there who is like. Oh you're gonna leave me bitch. Now i'm gonna fuck in. You're not leaving feeling the end of my gun he goes. You put a roommate on the side of your head. How about that. Split between that fucking. Not you got now He changed his mind. Pistol whipped packing department. The reported rape occurred about four. Am now that's the rape. Our things are still now that now all makes sense. This adds up. You almost feel like lewis's dad deserved to separate articles for these crimes. Yeah also jesus christ hector you couldn't just fucking give it a little space between the fucking crimes you think actor was in prison somewhere and he was like fuck they sandwich my fucking rape and beating into one. Article was in the same twenty. Four hour party. is that what. It was always monday and tuesday night. Nobody's tuesday morning. They're sayings for mcc. Save carmen aren't she. Moved out this guy. Yeah but dude you gotta think Carmen woke him up at twelve thirty to one pm. He pistol whips her. He rapes a chick. The next day probably went back to sleep at some point two days for him. That's two days you think so. Yeah noon fauria. Well i think by the as we found out from my cousin last week. My dad was actually a pimp. So i think he started work in the evening he probably came home from work right to go. Pestle whip carmen. Then he was like he tucked himself out a little bit and then took a nap. Had to go out to work that night cat and that's when the young also didn't have the he's probably able to have a couple of hours a good rest now. The carnal wasn't there to bitch and moan god anymore. We was hitting her with a gun. Slope is stop. Ed while you hit me with that gone. You're supposed to shoot it foggy on shoot me already. You gotta put yourself in. Hector's shoes stitches fake painted on eyebrows. Hector woke up around one. I am and he was like my gun. All bloody lips over my gun. That's right Yeah tim district i get. I don't know that's sort of what you do as a pimp you pistol-whipped one of your bitches. I mean you know. I don't want the job description. I don't want to waste from. Your dad. is falling asleep reading a chapter of iceberg slim's book. Let's go to sleep I support article backup up. I don't want to say I don't want to take blame off your dad. It sounds like he did some pretty deplorable things. But i will say this He picked up a girl a dancer at a downtown tavern at main and market streets as more dr koran. I'm seeing zoomed four. Point two is here. I'm not seeing actual article right well either way. It's he picked but she was seventeen years old. I'm not taking blame off your dad. Why seventeen year old working at a strip club. That's a fucking eighty s dougie to anybody. Welcome to eighty four. Yeah you can just fucking lawless. Remember a rose. Different nineteen eighty-four the book. Three of really rhode island was getting nailed for that for a while. Just all this club had fucking like underage girls. Higher like sixteen seventeen years old Yeah real gola. The arctic grill gomez fish in a barrel. They call the look at the article that we're reading. It'd be really good. It was just before we go. That's the end of the article is at the end of it. No there's more at main and market streets. There's a lot more article. So internet clipping. There's another article here about the iraq the rape. it's good. yeah oh shit. We're going to get details. Him a passaic teenager has bobby zoom out as far as you can. Always right for the heifer that former go go dancer tells jury of a rape in paterson harris jag. paris unrelated story gotcha. Got hector gomez was at the lose thirty to come over mass in the catacombs homes. Sometimes i go there me because although statues have dick's two men all the statues of dick's. Maybe they did something. Did you ask daybreak. The girl lewis's father was puerto rican thug but he was also a spy. Here just go around. The world gomez hector. After oklahoma's double-o planting teenager testified tuesday. That she was raped by a man who offered her a ride home from patterson july three smooth. So it's a harm still got in the car. I mean i'm a. I'm a year and three months at this point in my life my son had been born. I made a decision in my life. When my son was one i was like anymore. I you know your fucking kid to raise moment when you first dropped your rape and gloves on the ground and everyone in the crowd was like is he gonna retire. And then you're like that's it for me and we all cried and louis came back out of retirement but he lost two fights you or your father. He left the game. He cried on the ground for an awkwardly. All right all right off. Oh actually article She was eighteen by the way seventeen at the time to. Oh the eighteen year old. Who was working as a go. Go dancer at the time of the alleged assault total superior court jury patterson tuesday that she was attacked by hector gomez a patterson. I didn't wanna die. That's all i kept thinking. She said of her thoughts during the rape that the state maintains took place on a dead end street and patterson in the early morning hours of july. Jesus christ defend my father. But i mean this was a seventeen year old. Go go dancer i mean. Do we believe everything they say. We believe everything they say. She was sitting here or gauguin. But also i mean just a nit wit to just take a ride home from some dude. I mean at that point. Whose fault is it really still to say. No yeah one hundred percents fault. But i'm just saying like you know. Don't line yourself up for the rape and lady. i mean. I'll take a ride from four in the morning from a strain. I'll give him ninety five percent of the blame his son. I understand that ninety. Five percent of the fucking blame okay. Like five percent goes to her for being a dolt five percent. That's a large percent. Yeah i'm gonna have to go. Maximum to max to Bobby can you move it over to rose. Yeah right there. Perfect a little more. A little right there sexually assaulting and fondling. The woman maintains that she consented to the sexual activities. She wanted it. Okay all your dad said she was all in. She's not only did she. Ask them to do it. She's like please take me to away in fondle me. It's the more go to get sick. And i feel really filthy. Hey you're crazy stranger. Who just out lewis. His dad represented himself in court. Hey what do you think you want. Ask got in. The car wasn't good with dark galley. She said my shirt pants with my teeth and ideally everything she wanted. This was the first time that the term realized due to the week was ever used as an. I find you guilty as charged. But you know what. You're the real last week after walking through a tunnel of low fives from all twelve. Jurors remember the courtroom. Patterson jury was this fucking out at four in the morning whereas parents who was seventeen at the time of the alleged rape. They're still getting better for the dell. It was said she was waiting for a bus to say about four. Am that's dangerous. When gomez turns out not that dangerous when gomez twenty six drove up in a car and offered to drive her home. The woman said she initially thought she recognized defendant and agreed to go with them adding that he had called her by her stage name. She said it was only after they had driven and spoken for a while that she realized she did. Not know gomez. Oh you know that that does sound a little bit Shady it's very specific Instead of the passaic however gomez pulled into a dead end street forced her into the back seat and assaulted her. She told the court. She said she tried to scream. But stopped because gomez threatened to hurt. Or if she didn't keep quiet and we listen one thing we know for sure and fairness this girl actor gomez pistol whip a bitch we know this Passaic county assistant prosecutor jamie canto. The jersey was able to give the police a description of gomez car. O man i. I was a real it. It had three different hubcap. Sa- styles Pinstripe on one side. Who it had one door was gray. The rest of the core some of it like primer things and spackle. Describe the car. You're on our. It had a one and a half year old in the back. Don't get a real low gravelly voice. Dad dad dad get her she wants it. Lewis doesn't she. Yeah dad cpap go back to the slide it over. But she said she was able to get the police description of gomez car and moved over. Bobby where the and also get to read it. because i've covered like the. I also provided them with its license plate number. That's rough still weapon. That was the lessons. Stl nps what been read somewhere. Julia was discovered in the back See the vehicle. When it was told me she wanted to leave it. That was an excuse to come back pitch. I don't want your gifts. This ring doesn't even fit my fingers. Pull up the article again bobby. Why would we go off the article. We're almost done reading it just like think about this. We can riff with the article. I promised you now. I can't lift your mother's a better shot slot. The prosecution and defense are scheduled to deliver their closing arguments to the jury today. Now let's see what happens in the end of this story by the way louis. Just a insulted. You're mother bobby. I bet lewis's dad would pick a whip you're on you're lucky it was just. I called her a slut. My dad my dad would done to your mom. Fuck out here bro. If you're if you're going by gomez law you easy but you'd go as long as it's a rough law of the land doggy you've got off easy dog Go ahead. I'm listening to them. Fucking walk around upstairs. Why are they walking around. You try to fuck it figure out. The feelings are having chris. I might have to pause in a few minutes just to go fucking see. What's going on with them. Yeah see. I don't i don't think he want to see that. Oh my god the next room and they both turn around away for each other go. Hey go to sleep. Our next episode is going to be s reading a newspaper article about how lewis pistol whipped. Both of them. I remember Being seven years. Old and having a sleepover. I don't know if it was my first sleepover but it was. It had to be one of the first and not wanting to look like a bitch but the kid that was sleeping over this Guy matt in he went. He was like. Do you think we'd get like a bedtime story before we go to bed. And i was like thank god. You said that bedtime story i would. I was never gonna mention that on my own but that would really hit the spot right now. It was like the same way you would treat like late night. Chinese food right now was like just yes. You'd have to deliver a guy. I i'm loss what yes pistol whipped the delivery because the whip the person reading the story timeout iced over my friend's house. I want to say his name. I feel terrible. But i did. He He used to pisses bed and he slept with stuffed dog named bull moose and i couldn't wait to tell everybody i mean i don't know come on man. I don't remember how it probably yeah. I mean i mean it's at seven. A kid pissing his beds. Not that crazy or sleeping with a stuffed animal. That's the crazy thing to happen. I didn't and i couldn't wait. tell everybody else. Russia trash was wrong. Yeah i mean i am. I mean nobody ever read any stories. I i remember a few times. Obviously louis paper articles. I read clippings and See sometimes you see a courtroom sketches which is very nice by that cellmates. Write me letters guys. Take a quick second and talking about one of our amazing sponsors over here at lesion escapes. And that of course is amigo. Day wet bots. I am growing to love it so much. Now you're not like it at first. Because i the first time i loved it i was hesitant to try. Yeah i was a wipes guy. That's kinda it's so funny. 'cause you like you're being as clean as possible. 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She can't drive. she needed a ride. patterson man convicted of molesting molesting. I mean they're now there is the same. This is the same case. This is the. Oh okay i thought there was a whole new case on them. Yeah whatever a convicted of molesting passaic teenager in july eighty three has been sentenced to a year in jail. Less things a weird word. Save for a stripper. What does that mean now. Yeah i heard the word molested in a while. Molested as a child. Pf hector gomez. Twenty six was found guilty last july of criminal sexual contact. He was convicted of fondling the victim. A go go dancer. Who was seventeen at the time. A superior court jerry patterns pitch. They quit him of sexual of a charge of sexual assault. Whilst beat the case. I mean i also fondling is a different. Certainly not right. She said she was raped while style. Back gomez wednesday was sentenced to three hundred and sixty four days. He'd such houston so jason needed blue. As you read. Watch listen the sentence will run concurrently with another three hundred and sixty four days. Sentences served violating a probationary sentence. He received for an unrelated drug conviction. So it's two years in jail all a day shy. I'm assuming there's something about being convicted for more than a year versus less for like whatever it is or i have no idea why but obviously a reason keep a lot more money will not enough for him. I'm saying like maybe maybe the prison if they convict him over a year they have to pay a certain amount more money. Or if you're right there's a three hundred and sixty four day sentences. It's not a coincidence. Shot two years Sees a gomez. It maintained that the teenager offered to offer to have sex with him for twenty dollars but but but when he dollars in nineteen eighty-three. Okay thirty four dollars while so she said he said that she wouldn't fuck for twenty bucks but he said he was unable to perform The girl contended that gomez offered her a ride from her home. From patterson in the early morning hours of july twenty six eighty three but instead drove to demonstrate street where he raped okay so she has saying he raped her. He tried to rape. He couldn't he couldn't get it up. He couldn't just funneled ernst as my fingers can get erect arms. Good that your your father's defense was that he couldn't get it up. Yeah that's a sign of a guilty man. Oh look who's got boehner Christ almighty he beat the case man. That's fucking beat. The girl the girl and beat the case you will be fisted case. Beat the case he got. He went to prison for two years. He pistol whipped it for squeezing some titi and box and a drug charge. Yeah they have to you. Dad was fucking birdie. Yeah he wasn't a good dude and you just found out about all of this today. 'cause it was posted on twitter. I the most insane part Yeah a little bit. I knew that my dad was up to no good. I wasn't a good dude. I knew. I like i could have assumed based off of my own. Inner instincts that he was a rapist. Right looks a warm and pictures Every picture i've seen of him he's not raping in fairness never seen a picture. This guy raping on mostly not raping. Yeah so that's the thing you you know. You're able to couple checks rapists but how many times did he not rape women. Yeah did he not get There is that your sister now. That's me by phone. Sharon face is that you. I'm my mom's dirty ear. Look so great in that picture so feminine reshot the junk. That's you know. that's awful. Damn did you love you. I don't have a memory like they. Just try to make lewis cry. What type of question is that. just i'm just saying the thing is like he died and louis pretty young. Well i mean. My mother brought me to visit him in prison so he must have wanted to see us right. I don't think she's sham. Hard hard to convince yourself you bring this little fucker in. Not even mind. That's extra space. You could've brought me in some drugs or some seen Yeah yeah. I don't have a memory of him really. I have like a couple vague memories But yeah i had no idea why went to prison but i mean it's not wholly surprising. I mean you fucking. Pumpkin patterson jersey. What do you think. Hamson paterson new jersey. Did this bring it up for you that you visit him in jail. It just dawned on you now. yes i remember that a visit jail after i read the article that have gone to prison. Happy and my sister spoke about it today. Holy shits you didn't even have that this like brought up a fucking memory. You haven't thought about in forever. Gay jerked memory of me visiting him. And i remember him being behind. Glad while you jerk to it. But that's i remember there's a hot having apes and you and you greece away deals with a dude he does. You're right fair point and you said a lot of people were given this guy Shit who. I actually because as you said he helped us with the trial with ari lawyer tomorrow guests. I've talked to this guy. Which is more than i can say from. Most you know a of the fans. I've talked to him on a conference. Call with you. And i would describe him me esquire i i would say he is amongst the upper echelon of skanks fans yes about about as intelligent as an professional as a skanks fan could bay and i was when i saw this. I i thought to myself. That's a little weird that he didn't just send this to you or like or go. Hey i found some information about this and just posted it online. This didn't bother at all other me at all. Sure a little bit. It's not he his action in bother me at all. I wasn't actions. Didn't dare you at. Aw that's what a jerk to know. Like honestly the him posting it you know. It wasn't even like no. I didn't i didn't go. Oh this guy's trying to be a dick. I knew that wasn't was going on. I talk about this shit so much. I'm so open with all this stuff that i think that people don't think there's any line with me like there's like like it's gonna and he tagged you guys because he was like oh. This would be great for leisure discount. I think in his mind he knew that i would do this with it. Right whether he sends it to me or or tweets and he's probably right about that. You've done this one hundred percent. I re tweeted after he tweeted. I have also. Dmz take down a little bit weird. I'm not gonna fucking running from my past. i know more. It's like he just like if i had to critique the move at all it would be like Just giving you know option when he gave you you know what i mean. I would a win this point. He didn't give him no option. I mean louis could have just ignored it. Or asked him to delete it and he would've. He's a good dude. He's saying like it might actually. Dm me after words and it was just naked pictures of my mom as the fucking awesome. Dude your family has a couple clicks away from just digging it all up. He d be like dude. I'm sorry i hope you don't think across the line. I i you know i. Maybe i should have sent you and i saw. I wasn't bothered by. I know you're action wasn't trying to be intention was shooting at all. His intention was he knows and talk about the stuff. He knows that. I tried to get the guy who murdered my father on my podcast before i just talked about my father was a pimp. You know. I think that in his mind he was going like. Oh shit this is some interesting stuff for you. It was probably. It's a little bit of a faux pas in the world of like. If i'm i could've taken it wrong i could have been like out. Fuck dude. I don't want that out there at my dad but i don't really give a fuck. I say my dad's say my mom's name. This is all out there. These are articles that are probably more doggies of. I'm a bit of a pie in the world and to james super of the world. But you know saying there's probably more articles about your father out there. My father getting arrested with my mother's and nobody starts with pistol whipping and rape. There's always a few things that happened before that now you'll graduate for shares out there and i think lewis laid down a challenge to all the listeners. Try to find whatever you can probably find. That won't be that difficult to get back to ellis island when he raped the statue of liberty. This bitches letting me look performance. Skirt pro- Yeah i mean yeah. I i look i in a weird way. I'm proud after hearing that. I'm proud to fucking not be that i'm not. I could not in all seriousness. I could not agree with you. More in fact my my takeaway after reading the these things and only literally looked at the headlines on twitter and was like fuck. We're and talk about it on the show tonight but after reading the whole thing's it actually my my biggest thought on all of it is that i can't believe anyone would ever give you shit for the jokes you make or for being an offensive comedian or something like that could be. They're living it. Come on man if you eat. You're telling me lewis comes from that and and just knowing lewis personally whatever you know feel however you feel about him and i don't feel great about him but he's a phenomenally fantastic father. He's a person he's good to his friends and he makes wildly offensive jokes. Never be who i wanted to time asking for. It's so hard to conceal and carry in the state. She looked out. I just realized how much closer me and lewis are. Then and lewis are anyway. He's definitely pistol whipped. Was it a pistol was the end of a shotgun but yeah it's a more legal. You get a shotgun and almost any state pretty easily but the fact that there are these the people who are like critics of us who are really obsessed with lewis and stuff are like these middle-class fucking white kids that judge lewis saying. Oh you made this joke. That's the wrong jokin. You're like goddamn actually reading it and print. What lewis comes from. My point is that lewis is going to kill these people and so they should be they they already. They should fear the rage. That's inside of young My blood is tainted i. Am i come genetic. Come from a shitty stock louis. J gomez was arrested for pistol-whipping his ex wife. Jake flora's it fucking weird to to. I mean you don't get you. Don't know him at all but like weird here that he's like done. These violent crimes still get someone like your life look. My mom always told me the story about my dad was he was. He got mugged and somebody stabbed him. She had a really dramatic version of best she. She held him in. Her arms is launching. The first man into the stars astronaut followed his footsteps. Kind of like trying to get the fuck outta here do like trying to not have trouble While we read that article as well i mean. There's there's two more or two couple more articles The next one is now are. Yeah yeah the mom of him. No yeah there's no more about him getting arrested. Oh shit here we go we go. Jesus gadget you. Did you give it a go on. Davey sure the rockland sheriff's patrol arrest the headline dave to charged with possessing hypodermic hypodermic hypodermic. I voted the the rockland. Sheriff's patrol arrested a paterson new jersey man and a west having strong other hands. Christ those places anti-racist so fucking places charge both with criminal possession of a hypodermic instrument on sunday. It was a happy violin. Your fucking wild. I thought it was a hypo mike. Those a microphone ocean hypo. Durham i get on the door. Mike thoughts a microphone doesn't get that nobody could possess the hypodermic like acted gomez. It's a hypo officers. Said that at about three thirty pm. Which is the lord's day cheeses back. Well you understand. This is hours past hector's pistol-whipping down a little learn how to do thirty at night man by the way the gomez family or early risers man. They're getting into trouble by noon. These father who is lose his father goes that night is for raping. Daytime is for violin party during the day. We ripe at night you show women in the afternoon and n be worry. We're hoping we're playing with their hypodermic eastern. Means women in the afternoon around midnight. I have a hot pocket. Sometimes i hit my women of my hypodermic instrument. Then i shoot heroin my arm with a bistro. I've made lots of mistake where we at eight pm on sunday. Hector l. gamez man. They were specific in all he wrote. Hector excuse me if you're gonna read this article after discovering gomez license had been revoked vehicle and found hypodermic syringe officers set found a hypodermic syringe diabetic. I think your your honor. I'm a police officer. The sheriff's department said that both gomez and the vehicles passenger Don't m painter twenty three. I don't give the were charged with possession. Dress nice for my old home yet. That was the home guys. That's where i live person. Who probably isn't a drug addict. Still lives there. It's also wasn't fifty fifty four beds and she she had to be giving my mom my andress at the time so that was wrong. How old was your mom. She passed away She passed away when i was like twenty two or twenty three so she had me when she was twenty. So forty three. Okay yeah that. Take you too long to do that math now. All right in addition to the criminal charge gomez was issued numerous traffic citations. Charges include driving with unsafe tires. Obviously how that's what we're going to get him for. You really gonna throw these on just raped a woman. I mean i'm pistol whipping. You really care about my tires escobar. Young girls to read. It's all over my backseat. Unsafe tires. incorrect license plate. Yeah about this forefinger ring. That says gogo for life officer. I got the skull of force. Seventeen year olds. I'm talking about my seat is covered in blood and hair really. You're not going to ask about my necklace. Made of human ears. Unsafe tires absoutely. Where was a charging unsafe tires. Incorrect license plates with an unregistered vehicle shirt and driving an uninsured vehicles ellsberg. My guess is he wasn't making his insurance payments. Yeah i mean how much it wrong with his car. Incorrect license plates uninsured unregistered and shitty tires. They go judgment. I'm going to be honest with you. It's not a car. It was more. I resist rapist but far more paramount. I am not legally up to my paperwork he goes. He raped back seventeen year old and a car bigger problem. That car unregistered brake lights out. rear view mirror was obstructed by air freshener. Both the accused were given court appearances to court appearance tickets and released. They are to appear in the village of wesley hill. Justice court january twenty nine th nineteen eighty five. I'm at rolling record. We could find out what happened there. I am three there and three. Your sister is two years older than you so here my sister my sister has memories of this shit is like my sister. I knew that my mom was a heroin addict our whole life. She like founder needles. And shit like i had no idea. She knew the girl got raped. I didn't my sister friend sally Now she but she really like. I wasn't aware that my mom was ever on drugs until i was like a teenager. Like that's when i put two together. You're such a good person ever with no my mom. My mom mainlines melatonin melatonin. Sure mom has lots of heroin and shir. She has lots of needles. And she's hey. I've never seen together Shit came together. Why everytime i picked up heroin needle in my house. I don't care what this is Here's all the burnt spoon collections. That i think she sells the farmers might as well rested. She loves to sleep. She loves they always. They say nine hours healthy amount of sleep together. He's always recovering. Yes she gets about nine hours every three or four hours time to back out. It's fifty four benson street. It's for sale by it. Fifty four benton is where i lived. Yes that is the home that right here. These two windows right here. This looks way nicer. That's where i lived now to the right. That houses where my aunt and my grandma lived that driveway in between is where he just play broken. Glass you said you could go under the fucking home in the back. I mean i. I i wish you could google earth. You can go in the back of that house. I'm fifty two benson and go underneath the porch. May but that's the house and that's going for three hundred thousand right now. that's crazy. How expensive real estate is rockland. County is wildly expensive. Like it is. Oh yeah rockingham is one of the most expensive place. You could live a two hundred and seventy thousand dollar house rock and county. It's like where you used to play with broken glass. Yes that's a shithole. That's a junkie. Awful yeah really bad So who's paying three hundred thousand dollars for that upsetting. My point is being for double that you get much more than double that of value Sort of here's the thing if you're if you're a slum lord you'd buy that there's a rental markets there's three units there you rented building. Four people call straighten it. What things cost right now. Because you're a slum lord you buy that piketty wall there's fifty four owner. I'm sorry i'm fucking up altogether right. That's not my house fifty four or this window right here. No no fuck that house. That has nothing to that. One right there. Fifty four is where he lived next door to that. It's fifty two right there right. So fifty four is for sale because it showed the other one before. Yeah that's is different that that was the other half that this is the washer youthful house with that extra unit out front. Okay so this one right here. I remember my mom was getting fucked. And my by this guy and my sister came over and we peeped in the window to see what was going on windows right there at we my peeping in our own windows and then my sister like whoa like actually like soc it. She fucking freaked out on my mom like sort of banging on the window screaming and crying right now. The fucking shits being passed down. Generations is james's peeping in this conversation. You go behind. The house with google earth like right inbetween inbetween. This one the fifty four and fifty to the right key between them or now if ski zoom in can you getting go in. Can i go in with a porch. All right underneath the porch to the right. That's where i used to hang out with the broken glass into me and my spaceship. Spaceship your back over zoom in zoom in all the way there the cabin. Keep zooming in there okay. It seems like a car but it could be a space. Your wife spaceship lewis. I see lights. Yeah so y- this fucking shit hole. Oh my god such shitty fox play. So yeah i mean you would buy this. If you a slum lord. And you're just like i'm buying shady salami properties cheap and but that's exactly what i would say that's like a suburban hood though it is shitty very dining truly the suburbs like that's the suburbs But it's just a shitty block in the suburbs really. Yeah so right near that. There's really beautiful houses within like a five minute drive point. There's beautiful houses and some even in west hampshire in certain areas there. There's like really nice homes Beautiful but gotcha. Gotcha yeah. there's some nice stuff lower middle class Yeah yeah also behind okay so yeah right yes now the oh see the trees back there that used to be a pool. My racist neighbor had a pool. That's all is all that back. There's all the woods. I used to hang out. And and build tree forts and underground mowed down the yeah. I used to play endless train tracks right. Nearly dead possum bodies did you throw did used to whip pistol nejra nejra with brock's train No we always try to put a penny on the track seafood flatten. It and it never happened. No did you ever hear you weren't conservative. They tell you some as we put a penny on the track derail. The train and everyone knew praying that we would derail a train. Are you mr glass. You're trying to find an unbreakable. So yeah so then. The final article that he posted was the actual death About him being murdered. And this this article i read years ago. This is one. I knew i knew about this It sounds he was being realized. This is going to give you the week. A teenager who was on weekend leave from a correctional institution and accomplice pleaded guilty wednesday to the september thirteenth eighty-six stabbing death of a twenty eight year old. So he's been out of jail. How long now Now he's been out of jail probably a couple years and Okay so so he went to jail like when you were how old one like one and a half year okay Andres even remember pistol whipping that check. Now he's fucking you know is gone. He dreamed that away Andre hernandez seventeen of that's the guy. Lewis yeah pleaded guilty to aggravated manslaughter and will face a maximum term twenty years Cristiano feliciano sixteen of market street pleaded guilty to a charge of aiding and aggravated manslaughter and faces a maximum sense of seven years. Both will be sentenced january fifteenth again. These are like surprise. Mean the twenty years. I mean it's definitely a long time but like it's gonna be thirty seven when he gets or thirty seven when he got out. I guess right the well he died after. I tried to get on the real podcasts. Did you speak to him ever. I looked him up. And i found out that died. Oh you you're trying to get him on and he found out he just how No no and you're telling me because we weren't on reading the article once you're telling me you would have saved that scoop for real. Ask podcast. i was trying to put us on the map. You find that he died and how it was a. He was haunted to death by your other. That'd be great Or full circle the girl. He raped to kill this guy. Hernandez told the court that he was serving drug and assault sentence as juvenile at skillman training school and was released on a weekend pass hernandez said he and fleece yana walking in the area of prospect the market with a fourteen year old girl when hector on north fourth street made a derogatory remark remark about the girl to old fourteen. Yuck after a fistfight with gomez hernandez said he went to feliciano's home and grabbed a kitchen knife fernandez said he found gomez and stabbed him once inside gomez collapsed in front of a crowd outside johnny's lounge shortly before two. Am is janis is strip club. The this is the one i read. That one was Shit by the way. I did not read this denise painter fighting back tears did not re s did not read this human to sure friend of victim questions. Why can't read the headline. Denise this is your mother right a friend of victim questions release of stabbing suspect Denise painter louis his mom fighting back tears said authorities should have kept the suspect accused of stabbing her boyfriend co death in jail friday night instead releasing him for good baby. That's what i read. I don't know what your mom but For good behavior so he was out for behaving in the thing and so the seventeen year old suspect had been serving a two year. Since she's like. Louis denise go play with glass mama has the talk paper Juvenile detention center in southern new jersey but was allowed to leave for the week after being deemed non violent by authorities less than a day after it was released however he was arrested and accused of fatally stabbing hector gomez painters boyfriend james stable a spokesman for the state department of correction said the suspect whose name was not released was serving time for possession of illegal drugs and intends to distribute and was a model inmate. A skillman training school in contrast actually taught knife fighting again. It was very very carving stabbing good. In contrast patterson detective william van ver vander veen said the juvenile suspect told him after being arrested on saturday that he was new detention center on assault and drug charges. They let him the suspect out but they should have kept him in. Jail said painter interviewed monday on market street. Near the site of her boyfriend's death to other Me just wanna jump in there. Carmen denise jumping. Max is fine. There's no don't worry as long as it's not somebody coming into the home. You're okay like what was the noise. Thank little tapping. it's okay. You know what it might be. Actually maybe from the shelf moving around being and bad he's probably gonna move more. It's not gonna make better watching tv. Okay so you're good. Go watching if you're dealing. Okay buddy. as per how by the way around the amazing to be reading about louis his parents. As you see louis giving advice. It's so funny i I would have been that. I was that kid to like there's noises. These aren't the noises that are at my house. My and i'm going to happen. It sounds like james is coming into my mouth. There's noises and a tickle in the back of my neck juveniles a fourteen year old girl and a fifteen year. Old boy were arrested on sunday in connection with the stabbing death. Their names were also withheld. The seventeen year old is charged with homicide fifteen year old aiding and abetting the crime and the forty also be immaterial with us. All three were reportedly being held in the passaic county juvenile detention center in wayne on monday. Nice neighborhood way They were scheduled for a probable cause hearing before superior court judge sylvan rothberg. Today detective familiar. Jews yeah so this is not good where you got you. What you do doing is not good. Just i don't understand why you have to live like such animals go to college become a dentist you come in you take into the kitchen knife you give it a schmead you go out there and you and you stab you beat up your the for salad comes into east asia south. Taking their fourteen to sixteen. The fighting was an adult much raped. The calls got all tires. Someone got pistol whipped. I dunno on top of all. This is colorado's unregistered first of all cau- and the cherry on top of the danish 'cause on registered detective the case that it is possible the homicide suspect will be tried as an adult which i believe he was not and It wasn't called homicide anymore Manslaughter got and listen. If actor down from rape then this kid can plea down from homicide. You're right yeah. Stabile said the juvenile was given the past because he was not deemed assaultive meaning. He had no history of violence. Wow as i move He said the juvenile was released on their a program designed keep inmates in touch with their families and support groups to prepare for their permanent release stable said the suspect had served nine months of a two year term and had been on such good behavior that in may he was a forty five day reduction. They gave him the knife though here so as well he goes. You've been you behaved so well. Here's a nice buck knife for you. This thing is inscribed with his name hector state good out there man. Stay for a good further stable said. The suspect could have been released on parole before christmas this year after serving only half of his sentence key. Move over. bobby. I can read it if if you guys need. I'll take it from there. Detective vander de vander veen so the suspect is charged with stabbing gomez at a prospect street. Parking lot after the two fought earlier in the night goma's twenty eight was in the area quote unquote hanging out. According to his girl she said gomez suspect fought briefly before the suspect left the area Return with a knife and stabbed gomez wants. The side painter said that after being stabbed gomez stag up the street to the intersection of market street where he collapsed on the curb. Answer i must have. I must run another was one more i think right on the other one says the thing where like he fought them in the guy we came back he was. Get the fuck outta here man. But i don't know who knows if he was taunting a fourteen year old girl or if he was just just honks or whatever. I mean like the it seemed like there was not a lot of good people at this cross section. Now this go to prospect in market street in paterson new jersey right now it is fucking hell on earth. Google earth it. There's three fucking cops and every cop car it is a fucking scary plaisted. Yeah way have to strip club is still there. I will go. And i really mean that i would go. I would just i. I could definitely get into going to strip club. Was there another article. Bobby or is that it. I feel like somebody else has one more thing is one where it says that My dad got a lot. More press than me. Give your heart. And they've hector hector l. gomez determining heads at the just for laughs festival patterson teams face murder indictment two teenagers charged in the stabbing death of patterson an face possible murder indictments after County family court judge decide last week. They should be tried as adults. They were He ruled after hearing. They were not enough evidence that the patterson boys could be rehabilitated. By the time they turn nineteen. You referred the case to the grand jury for action. The boys are charged with murder and unlawful possession of a weapon on the september thirteenth death of hector gomez gomez was stabbed to death after an argument for janis lounge market and prospect streets The sixteen year old also is charged with hindering prosecution on pass from informed school at the time. The older boy was on a weekend. leave where he was serving a two year sentence for drunk recession. O shea said detective robert smith of the patterson. Police testified the probable. Cause hearing o'shea said that o shea shane just a couple of puerto ricans raw. This the bunch of brown's let him sorted out that are walking down prospect. She about one in the morning when they encountered a good riddance tobacco. Rubbish victim chased teams. Day well some woman. Thank me around twelve thirty pm tomorrow and she doesn't get pistol whipped ou as some browns are going away no matter what we all we do all to a pot of gold virata thought he who specify the older boy claimed. I had to tell the truth. Look man you get subpoenaed. Just show up. What do you wanna tell me. This guy was scott lip and women in the afternoon is ripen. Underage chicks at night yet got stabbed. That's the dope game. Here's where your dad looks like the fucking godfather. Man smith testified that the older boy cleaned gomez was standing was several prostitutes. You are geigo. When the youths approached gomez told the boy to get off my block and they get the girl office block. It's your fucking horrify block. These are my bitches views. Glenn he was pimping hookers on a street corner. And you're going to walk down with a with a different girl fresh meat dude. Come on man. You don't sit up a fucking girl scout. Cookies sales table in front of a girl scout. Cookie sale tables true man. Dick learn the turf. Get off my block and get off his block. The boy said in his testimony smith gave the following account. Dave you son of a bitch. Dave smith you rat bastard. What's truth wasn't cheese dad and my dad brand with reading these kids. My mom was a fourteen year old girl. She was ju- beak off my block in his testimony he gets gomez notable got into an argument and gomez beat him and knocked him down convicted lock. Get that fucking fourth finger off my block. Your dad is undefeated in the fucking under under eighteen bradley. My dad is a bad motherfucker. Look at louis. There's still see. There's still a party you after this whole episode of what is turned into a louis therapy session. Lewis is still going. Yeah my dad. Beat that guy up genuine. Oh yeah look. I need you guys to know what i got inside of me. Yeah you're heard a rapist of the blood of murder rapist inside of you guy who doesn't register his car my drive to four lewis a rapist. Who doesn't change his talk. All these out there man at least every winter. Jesus look look gun butts. Aside at this guy hits a patch of black he's coast off a cliff your ass. Oj he did. He sure did dude. Did it feel natural. Natural defeat. Barack man i got this. The use went to the younger boys market street. Home where the older boy asked him to get a kitchen knife. The younger boy gave him a butcher knife with a nine inch. Blade two overzealous played. That was that was that was an old industrial band. Stay in the ninth blades about two. Am they returned to the prospect of market streets gomez was standing in front of the bar. Next move over. Bobby at our lewis you have to finish the. I can't actually see that as something. Something bobby you wanna read it since you could actually read it you just chime in bob. Read that line that we can't read 'cause it's covered by jesus. Yeah okay now stretch so we can read it. Hang on you gotta j. Yes guys moved over still missing a few a little bit He was standing in front of the bar. As we're other people the older boy challenged gomez to fight go home 'til gomez told them you're too young to be out here young louis. That's your new line. Go home go home. You got a young young. I'm gonna say now better circum- people young blood young blood young people young blood your dad by the way this ballsy motherfuckers people young blood at twenty six attorney is like seventy and then patterson community young. I gotta wake up at one pm for a pistol for voice. It's turnover turnover. I got a rape before. I am and if i don't catch a few hours in between is just my hypodermic start. Failing got anger angered by gomez taunt. The boy stabbed him in the side with the knife he then through the night under a car and fled. The younger boy picked up the knife. Nerd wiped it off and brought it back to his mom's neck. Oh she do. She will kill me if go knife. Expensive nice to go. We all knew that was a loner. Kinko through through a tin cans. Easily the puerto rican. Yeah tin can the front of a boot away. Just the ribs of a puerto rican pip ten can refer a puerto rican that gomez died at saint joseph hospital and medical center impedance more. I was born in that hospital. Where are you going to twelve. Am that'd be a weirdest. I was born at my sister's born at ten. Six and i was born and six ten. They said lewis was the first baby who came out. Stinging time is on your side going to be out here The older boy was arrested at nine. Forty that morning at his sixteenth avenue. Home the all. The other boy was picked up early the next morning at his home. Damn dude so two guys. What about the other guy who check it was a girl dude. I didn't girl. He he was facing five to seven years. I got twenty years. And if the other one out the I mean he must be out from that. And i guess that we interviewed the accomplice. Sure it's like interviewing fucking stavros instead of mcmullan. I mean we do well. It sounds perfect for real podcasts. Predominance shit that's a fucking sweden. We didn't know we were going to talk about this today. Now we had a whole episode on this. Yeah just lewis's therapy session. How does honestly how does this all make you feel this I was a little fucked up about. Today is yeah is weird i imagine. Is it weird just like sitting in your house with your son. You know kinda nice life that you've made for yourself to to hear all this shit. I i've never had higher opinion of you ever. Yeah it may be It made me kind of sad. Because it's like you know you don't wanna fuck and find out that you're you know you make the joke about my parents being trip but you see it in fucking clear as day imprint Yeah and i was real. It sort of confirms your weird suspicions. In what i'm saying it's like it's almost like if you think your wife is cheating on you and then you find out you're like it makes me even though i fucking knew that whole shooting on me like now. Put your mom in a better light perspective. A little bit too she she. She raised you guys long ships. She fucked up for sure. But i mean like she didn't just throw you off on somebody know feel the same way about my mom. I mean it is what it is you know sure it just sort of yeah it just. It just doesn't make you happy to find that out but you know what are you going to do. I mean it's not gonna fuck in. You know like i said before. It's it makes me a little bit more proud of the fact that you know i'm not out there being a piece of shit. I'm not you know i've i've built some cool fucking things around me and i've got a cool career. My kids incredible And i've said this before. I wouldn't change a fucking thing. You know movies in the movie your life is when you turn off the computer you go upstairs and do something to bob kelley. Son he goes. I'm just glad that i could do. I would never hurt my own son. Cameron you go now and Yeah i mean. Look i if none of that should happen every every single fucking thing everything that happened before my was born. I wouldn't change a thing. You keep saying i wouldn't change a thing is your father's ex wife who's like not even the pistol-whipping but you can't just change that without my father pissed in carmen. My son wouldn't be the little sweet angel that today i know he wouldn't my sperm with that egg. No james would not exist. There's no fucking way if you're going to tell me that a fucking butterfly's wings concentre ripple through the universe that could change fucking the my father pistol whipping 'cause that's a more of a force in a butterfly's wings you whip let me tell you. Something must blackflies wearing that monday afternoon. Into tuesday morning. Butterfly effect was like a tidal wave of butterfly. He changed a whole bunch of lives. And that's you to tell. Yeah so much to tell that to the seventeen year old hooker that he raped that night. You are a part of a butterfly effect. That leads to james being the sweetest little boy. I mean she technically is i mean. Listen her that and the everything that fucking happen. Got right now and look. Maybe maybe i'd be in a better position. Had i been raised by better. I don't know i don't think so. Listen you got raped in an alley. Okay the guy who did it only got a day less than a year dot dot dot james sasser lewis to cinema song right in front of his friend before he went to bed Got it really is pretty fucking insane right to read those articles and then realize that you are in many circles considered a controversial figure for the content of. What did i say. Did i mispronounce it. What i'm saying. Come at me and jay all you want to. But after that for lewis to be even anyone goes like added. That joke was out of bounds. You're like wow. That is really. That's just kind of showed. Excuse though dave of the world for that we're going to be so bombed that my parents never murdered or raped anybody because then you're like because they go. Oh what a scumbag. You can't make rape jokes goes. Yeah why my father was a rapist. I didn't get it you know. I don't know if you're saying i'm proposing. This is the new standard. You can joke about whatever your parents actually did. Go more and no less. Yeah what if he was showing our on. Fucking ball tires. Can't wait lowest. I'd say go get a couple of steel radios on the car tomorrow and just go. You know what. I'm breaking the cycle. I'm not him. i'm not him. I'm going to get this bitch registered and inspected. I'm not him not him all right. Let's wrap this one. This has been fun. I looked darker. Little bit dr than the normal episode but i like the fact that we kicked off this second episode per week. Just the three of us. We're going to try to get a guest on fuck it dude. Let's just do the three of us. And then after they all counseled we were like you know what fuck it. Let's just do the three of us. That's what matters and then we had a good call to. I think we're going to do the monday. Taping is going to be the comedy and then our our fridays will be drama alter abadi tragedy. We didn't do a deep dive into all three of us. We slowed podcast on the origin story. And all of us except he has a newspaper clippings he's going to believe in you. You really buried us story. My dad was kind of a jerk. Like i don't know. I think my that finger to sleeping girl wants is that i don't know i don't know she was sleeping. I think she was a. It wasn't a newspaper article about it. That's for sure all right. Well that's it. let's wrap it fuck. 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I've never felt the type of animalistic instincts that i felt in beijing when he was just literally twain with me as a joke like he was just fucking with me. I remember when we played mercy. Now that at all. I mean you brought different. It was a tight remember. You gotta draw mercy bro. You see my massive power. We called it what we call test the strength. The strength just being manipulated by shane. Whereas was fucking hilarious. All right thanks guys. We'll be back on monday night. Live from the guesses studios monday night. Live show live with jane. Gillis shane gil ari show fear all right next time. Been listening to the legion of scams. Podcast with j. o. Kherson release yard up on of a of a shepherd of shit hits villas gomez. Marshall was. J gonna look at me on a break. Your fucking jaw. I want to punch you in your fucking nose. Male plentiful magic in his fucking head and comedian. Dane smith fuck you. I i feel like if i wanted to be gay fucking. Stick your fist up. your ass. 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How the mayor of NJ city built one of best contact tracing systems in U.S.

All In with Chris Hayes

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How the mayor of NJ city built one of best contact tracing systems in U.S.

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Tonight all end the human cost of closing too late and opening too soon but we now know about how the total lack of coordinated federal response led us to this uniquely American failure then nearly forty million unemployed so wider donald trump and Mitch McConnell saying no more relief was tracking the virus. How the Mayor of One City New Jersey implemented one of the best contact tracing systems in America and the science behind super spreaders research. On how loud talkers in large groups could be a recipe for outbreaks? All end starts right now. Good evening from New York. I'm Chris Hayes. We're used to thinking of the United States is the greatest country on earth. At least for us to be told that we've been dealt a lot of blows particularly in the last twenty years the attacks in September eleventh which the US chose to respond to by launching two wars and after nearly two decades in Afghanistan longest war in the history the republic. We've been unable to win America's longest war of course there's also the Iraq debacle and the financial crisis or once in seventy year event and of course there's hurricanes Katrina End Maria and all these experiences have had the effect of diminishing our expectations of what we expect from our government. How good do we think our government should be? What do we deserve? And now we have the coronavirus pandemic and with that we have gotten another terrible response from our government at a time of Great Keating need. It's really bad. And Americans know it. A new Pew poll shows Americans recognized that countries like South Korea and Germany have done a better job than we presentable in Germany. The government sends medics outfitted in protective gear to check on patients. Who are at home five or six days into being sick with corona virus. Can you even imagine something like that here? Can you even imagine expecting or demanding something like that here without knowhow and our wealth and our dynamism? We should be the best country. It's the virus but we are alas an international basket case. We have less than five percent of the world's population. Nearly thirty percent of the coronavirus fatalities. We're getting lapped by countries like Tunisia and Cambodia that have per capita GDP that are fraction of hours. There's a lot we do not know about this about why a place gets an outbreak in one place. Doesn't we should be clear about that. One thing that is clear. That policy does Matt. The president failed to take the virus. Seriously he still doesn't quite get it. All really but state and local leaders failed to according to new estimates from Columbia University quote if the country had begun locking down and limiting social contact on March first two weeks earlier than when most people started staying home. A vast majority of the nation's death about eighty-three percent would have been avoided eighty-three percent so far. We have lost over ninety five thousand people saving eighty-three percent again an estimate a model. You don't know but saving eighty-three percent is tens of thousands of Americans who would still be with us right now think about all of loss all the needless grief and the needless suffering that could have been avoided the day before March. I when the study said we should have closed. The president responded to the first confirmed corona virus death the US saying there was no reason to panic. Your Governor Andrew Cuomo said the general risk remains low in New York two weeks later right before we close two weeks later. Mayor Bill. Blasi was still telling people to go to the neighborhood bars. Get in there and get one last. Drink grease grease a country that has had a rough go of at dragged down for the past decade economic depression and weaken changing political leadership. They have wondered our fate by doing the smart thing. Greece Coal Schools on March tenth when it had fewer than one hundred confirmed cases it shuttered cafes restaurants museums and shopping centers on the thirteenth after the first death and it imposed a national lockdown on the twenty third when the death toll stood at seventeen but in the US failure by the federal government by the president whose job primarily principally is to look out for these kind of risks to keep us safe but also by state and local leaders who could have move faster and could have done more and now now it looks like the federal and state and local leaders are making the same mistakes. They didn't march on the other side of the curve. A new study from. It found quote. It is likely that individuals mobility there are hearings to social distancing are impacted by the policies of neighboring and distant regions. Were their social network connections reside not only by local mandates so when state and local leaders decide to open up too early against CDC guidelines. The point is that can have a big impact far beyond the borders of those states. We don't know what's going to happen. There's a lot of unknowns right now. We're we're in. A strange situation are exceptions in this country are so low our expectations in this country. So low nowadays Willie Willing to cross our fingers and hope for the best maybe a workout instead of demanding the highest level of performance for government. Think about this. This is what we have been reduced to as Americans not. We have the best response. Not We've got this not trained thousands of people to contact trace and we have the latest technology and the latest methodology and we're spending billions and fan out across this great land and make sure that every last one of fellow citizens are as safe as possible and yes that includes nursing homes and yes that include prisons and less at uncouth clues meat packing facilities. No no that's not what we're saying. The American solution right now is to give it a whirl and see what up here with me now are all director. The MIT initiative a digital economy one of the authors of the new study out today about the cost of the uncoordinated responses to Corona virus. And I want Synon- if you could just sort of take us through the idea here as as represented in this influence pinwheel. The idea that people's behavior is really the key thing here right voting with your feet as much as policy but that other states policy impact people across their borders because of social networks. So that's exactly right. The idea of the paper. Chris is quite simple. One St or counties policies significantly affect mobility in other states and counties and not just In geographically proximate states but often at great distances through behavioral influence over social media. But not just social media we call people from state to state we stay connected and now that we're all sheltered in. Were online a lot more. Were talking how we talk about. The virus and the policies that a certain state is implementing is affecting people all over the country. It's so funny because I read this study. I had a glimpse of personal recognition of being instagram. Or something and seeing a friend who's a barbecue being like Interesting having a barbecue barbecue like definitely like puts the thought in your head of like what's the realm of the what's the realm of the possible activity. Well it's funny because as we were writing this study and we We worked really hard around the clock to get it out because we think it's so important my mind wet to Cara Swisher. Who wrote an article in the New York Times about how she had to convince her mother in Florida? She had a call her from New York to keep her inside given what she was hearing from. The Governor of Florida also from the news outlets. And so that's a perfect example of influence at a distance and the main message of this paper is that we're all in it together. This is an interdependent phenomenon and we need to approach it as an interdependent phenomenon. What's so so the key point here is like right that this experiment federalism that we're doing right now which we've done both on the front end and are now doing on the reopening. Which is you states figured out. There are actual uniform guidance in the but basically the president's telling people nor them your point is that like it's not gonNa work so far as it you can't contain behavior you certainly can't contain actual people became even contain the behavioral influence from one state to the other. Which is why you actually need some coordinated Federal Response. Well in essence. What we try to say is that governments across regions need to coordinate with each other with or without national guidance. So we provide and we don't believe that a one size fits all policy is necessarily correct. Different regions may be different policies. But they need to be cool bordenave with one another so. Let me give you some examples in the paper. We provide governors maps. Those pin wheels that you described to coordinate in the absence of national guidance and these maps showed each state we have one for each of fifty states They show each state. Which other states are affecting them? The most and there are some things that are intuitive and some things that are not in. So for instance Georgia is mostly influenced by neighboring states through travel at Georgia reopened a university of Maryland. Estimated that about five hundred thousand people came into Georgia from neighboring states to patronize bars restaurants. Barber shops that were closed in their own states from North Carolina South Carolina Alabama. It was about a thirteen percent increase in travel into the state and it was about sixty two thousand new visitors from out of State Day when Georgia I opened. And so that is an example of geographic spillovers but there also these social spillovers at a distance so when you look at the map of neat of a Florida would you notice that the state that influences Florida the most is New York and that is maybe partly during a because of travel at the beginning of the pandemic but also significantly because of social influence of Social Media. Sue Phone calls and so on and what we are. Recommending is that states use these maps as a guideline for which which other states which governors should we call to stay abreast of policy to coordinate policy to have weekly conversations? About how a policy in state is changing. How it may affect outcomes in other states? And how those? Actions of policymakers can be coordinated. And this just final question here. I mean you talk about sort of across the border mobility right so I can go to a bar a twenty minute drive away across the state line or I can go get a haircut. I can go all right now. Air travel is extremely low in this country. Coming up a little bit from where it was at the absolute trough. But but this isn't even talking about. I mean the universe in which we start to see air travel. Get back to normal. We already know that. People from New York seated outbreaks a lot of places. I mean once. We have air travel going back. Then you've got a situation where you know. Now Interregional Mobility everything is national point like right now. We've got a weird situation. Where because of so little air travel it all is pretty regional in terms of the actual physical trans transmission. But that's not GonNa last that long air travel goes back up travel. Uh spillovers will increase once air travel a resumes to increasing rates. And maybe the normal rights right now. Everyone's sheltered in so everyone is online the largest influences our social at the present moment in the data that we analyzed there is a silver lining though when we analyze the model based on our data. We found that states had to compensate for each other but that they also benefit from spillovers. What I mean is that a state that has a certain immobility target if their peer states are loosening up and that influences the the citizens of that state to move around more than that state will have to impose more costly add more restrictive measures to meet their targets. But if the states coordinate it actually the spillovers actually helped them achieve their targets more effectively because it gives them free treatments in a sense because the states neighbouring are helping the focal state achieved their mobility targets by being responsible themselves. So the moral of the story is if we are uncoordinated not one-size-fits-all but coordinated if we're uncoordinated it dramatically increase the cost and the risk if we're coordinated. We can actually harness the spillovers to help us defeat the pandemic fascinating study. I learned a lot from that helped me think through all this are all. Thank you so much for being thank you privately. Oregon was among the earliest states to issue a stay at home order. Starting March twenty third and that states outbreak was much less severe than many other places. Now the state is reopening last Friday. They started a phased reopening of businesses across the state including gym's bars and restaurants Governor of Oregon Democrat. Kate Brown joins me now. Let's let's start governor on this point in this study. I know that you are coordinating. Tell me about how you're thinking about this in concert with other states that are around. You like Washington California Cetera. Really great question. I reached out to my colleagues governor. Newsom in California Governor Inslee in Washington because we share borders and we know that this virus knows no boundary and it made sense common sense to coordinate and being alignment in our reopening strategies so we are in coordination in terms of our prerequisites in terms of our phasing framework and in terms of our twenty one day reopening period but obviously Oregonians sometimes work in Washington and live in Oregon. And we've got folks traveling back and forth across California It made sense that we coordinate geographically and also culturally and economically so one of the things. It's interesting I think. The conversation often gets locked in this kind of binary of like. She'll we shaped stay shut down. Should we just throw the doors open? Obviously states are thinking about this. Cdc's issued guidelines. Those it. I was. I was reading this piece about Jim's in your state the Oregonian so so this is I think a good example of like yes but so here gyms are getting the green light to reopen. But there's a there's a bunch of protocols that your status put in place tell me. Tell me how you fought through this problem. And I don't know what your recreational opportunities are now but certainly it the Jim Opportunities in Oregon in the counties that are reopening look very very different than pre covid nineteen so we required our counties. Go through an application process to reopen. It was intense. They were scrutinized and we wanted to make sure that they had the appropriate public health protocols in place to contain an outbreak. Should it happen? And then obviously there was protocols in place for Gyms that we're opening folks have to wear face coverings. We WanNa make sure that there's physical distancing limit the number of people and facilities and of course Very thorough sanitation protocol. We WanNa make sure and my top priority is to keep Oregonian safe and healthy and we're using science. Data's our guide and I've been very fortunate to have a medical advisory panel helping me providing we with two and four my decision making one thing. That's sort of interesting intellectual perspective as as we all going through this is happening around the world countries that had bad outbreaks sheltered in place. Trying to figure out how to get back you know fits and starts France Open schools and they had to close them places will open up and then say oh no we outbreak. South Korea has had to deal with that. This from Denmark was interesting because it could go both directions. It could be better than one anticipates. That's one one way that Denmark has been reopening in the basically there's CDC issued a report saying we opened the economy and people were not getting sick. And we're not even sure why I mean there's still a lot to learn about what lever to pull and what the effect is. That's exactly right. There's no playbook. There is no guidelines here for global pandemic. And so that's for me. Why Science and data driving my decision making as the virus came to Oregon. I made the tough and difficult decisions to shudder. Our economy to protect the health and safety of Oregonians and Oregonians frankly made tremendous sacrifices to protect themselves their families and their neighbors and as a result as you know we have seen relatively speaking low infection rates and we know that the actions that we took here in Oregon reduced the number of viruses in Oregonians. We've seen seventy thousand less cases and fifteen hundred hospitalizations so we know that these stay at home measures have worked. We know that physical distancing works and we know that face covering works and we are all in this together it There's a social contract here right. Every action that each one of US takes impacts our neighbors our community members and of course our fellow Americans last question for you governor in a state that is a stalwart vote by mail state where voting by mail has happened for decades of not mistaken which is widely popular along all across the political spectrum is my understanding and I think the polling data bears out. The the president has chosen sort of attack vote by mail viciously even threatening to withhold federal funds. I wonder if you have a message for the rest of the country. That maybe is new to vote by mail is thinking about it for what your experience and your state has been like. Look we just finished our presidential primary on Tuesday. We had historic turn out using voted homer. Vote by mail and the message is this. Americans can vote at home during this global pandemic. They can do it safely. It is absolutely secure. It's is very cost effective. And of course it's not hackel and the results of vote by mail or voted home election campaign replicated and that is so important in this day and age but I think it's unfortunate that Republicans are willing to put the health and safety of Americans at risk in order to win elections. I find that absolutely unacceptable. Americans deserve to be able to cast their ballot in a way that protects their health and their lives and voted. Home is the solution. Governor Governor Kate Brown of the State of Oregon You so much for making time with me tonight. Thank you be safe out there. Chris you bet coming up there are nearly forty million Americans now out of work and yet Senate Majority Leader Mitch. Mcconnell seem to think it's about time to cut their benefits that story next I'm sure mainly host of into America a podcast from NBC News and MSNBC. Join me as we go into the numbers. Eighty three percent of patients. Don't have insurance right now into the choices. 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Even amidst all the reopening hype few weeks a number of measures to protect workers and Americans are going to start to run out the small businesses. Remember those who got loans for that payroll protection. Burn which we've covered a bunch on the show. They're gonNA have to rehire their workers by a certain deadline or the loan they got from the government is not going to be forgiven. Also the six hundred dollar week enhanced unemployment benefit expires at the end of July. And there's a pretty clear. Divide SHAPED UP Democrats in the House and the Senate say let's do more. We're not done here in. The House passed the two trillion dollar corona virus relief bill back in March which expanded unemployment benefits then. Last week they passed another three trillion dollar. Relief Bill Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell Donald Trump basically said. Now you're cut off. That's it earlier today. The president went to Michigan where he toured a Ford Motor Company. Plant during the public part of the tour. He refused to wear masks. You touted reopening pushed the state's governor to reopen sooner completely ignoring the enormous gap between the hype about reopening and just the depth of the economic problem. We face joining me. Now is congressman. Dan Kildee Democrat Michigan. He recently introduced. Bipartisan legislation to provide fifty billion dollars funding to businesses that struggled to compete against larger ones for federal emergency aid. And I WANNA talk about that legislation in a mobin. But but I th- assess this gap. It seems to me that there's a lot of talk about reopening and there's a hope in some quarters and even projection Some Wall Street analysts. I think people in the White House who basically think like this is going to be fast. I keep hearing v-shaped. This is from the Washington Post. President trump senior advisors now predict swift economic recovery. Despite warnings that major problems could persist. What does it look like in your district? What's your assessment of of what we're looking at? Well it's difficult and you know Kristie Ben to Flint. You know that the situation here was already when when the economy grows it doesn't always grow places like Flint Saginaw. So what we're dealing with is on top of all of that. We don't get the scare. The virus away or talk virus are way. The president doesn't get the tweet virus away it has its own course and we have to deal with it in that means we have to close the economy down. Provide the support that we need in match the resources with the course of the disease. We can't wish it away. The president can't decide that he's out of patient and he's done with this so okay we're just GonNa go back to normal. So will we see right? Now is a need for Congress for the government to continue to act to stick with the plan. It was a bipartisan. Whether it's the Patek paycheck protection program or my You know a main street relief program or legislation to extend unemployment. Those facts are on the ground in Michigan in other places and we have to respond to that. We can't wish this virus away as much as we would like to. It's here until we defeat it. So there's there's a really interesting dynamic is taking shape I would say in the last three or four days. I've been sort of paying very close attention. So the house Passed this this three trillion dollar relief package called the heroes bill and it had a lot of money for state and municipal governments which are going to be absolutely hammered. It had some money from for more testing for indigenous communities as well a number of things extending unemployment the Senate originally Mitch McConnell said Nope. We're done here The White House appeared to go along with them but that has changed in the last few days. I saw Cory Gardner Republican Governor Colorado saying we need to do more although Mitch kind of shut him down pretty quickly but my sense is that they're sort of moving out of that position. Is that your sense of where the politics are moving right now that. Republicans recognize in the Senate. They can't just walk away from this and tell everyone they're on their own. I think that is the case. I mean the bill that we passed that Euros Act which supplied a lot of support the state and local government and the other extension of unemployment. The pressure is not going to come from house. Democrats or from Speaker Pelosi on Mitch McConnell and the president to finally get it right. It's going to come from the American people. They are hurting. These states are losing revenue. They're going to have to cut a central public services in only the federal government enact. So it's I think the reason that we passed our bill wasn't so much to put pressure on them but to just say to the American people. This is what the house is willing to do. And this is what we think we should do. In order to deal with this pandemic. The pressure is going to come from citizens from governors state legislatures Democrats and Republicans who know that Congress the Federal Government need to act. The Senate is going to have its hand forced by public sentiment. Final question There's been a lot of talk about paycheck protection the payroll protection program. How it's been administered who's got money who hasn't Right now it's under subscribe actually somewhat remarkably which I want to come back to future coverage but you have this relief for mainstream to act which is intended to plug you. See a hole in this. Explain that to me what we're seeing even with the paycheck protection program and it's too rations. There are still really small mainstream businesses. That are locked out of the program. Don't have the banking relationship to be clear. One of the ruins that the second tranche of funding is going slowly as because they intentionally slowed down the processing of those but there are still small business. Barbershops beauty shops donut shops. The Small Main Street community institution that have to get direct financial support. We don't think it all has to go through a banking system. So Senator Booker and I have been working on this legislation. We think it is one of the ways the plug the holes that we see in the economy. Those small businesses could fail. We can't afford to lose them. That sounds like a smart policy approach. We'll see where that goes particularly in this next round of legislation which I'm now convinced there will be. It'd be interesting to see what it is. Congressman Dan Kildee Flint Michigan. Thank you make some time. Thank you Chris. Coming up the whole country starts the push to begin contact tracing. There's one city New Jersey that seems to have it pretty well figured out. I'm GonNa talk to the mayor about what they've learned their next contact tracing when the oldest most tried and true methods in public health and Epidemiology detective work right if you test positive for coronavirus and a bunch of people. Investigate trying to find out everyone. You've been in contact with and then get in contact with them and try to get them tested and trying to stop the chain of transmission and while other countries like South Korea have used it very effectively to suppress the virus. The Centers for Disease Control has left it up to state and local governments to implement their own programs. One place that is doing that with a degree of Success Paterson New Jersey. It was featured in the New York Times. Today it's low income got around one hundred fifty thousand people. It's the second most densely populated place in the country behind New York City. And they started doing this. At the beginning of the pandemic quote when the first cases began to appear. In Patterson in mid March the board of Health added two dozen employees who have been trained in communicable disease investigation last year to join their regular team of two disease. Detectives your talk about what that city is doing. The Mayor of Paterson New Jersey Andrei CEO. Mr Say tested positive for coronavirus in the beginning April. He has since a recovered and that is great news. And I'm so glad you're feeling better mayor. Can you tell us a little bit about what you did? And what your board of Health did as the disease started you thought about implementing some kind of contact tracing program and Patterson thanks Chris. It's an honor to be on. I also want to start off by saying you have a fan club here. In Patterson led by my administrator Kathleen long her husband tended they watch you religiously. I WANNA give credit to buy public health officer. Because last year he had the foresight to approach me and say mayor. We got apply for this grant to build capacity within our communicable disease investigation team. And at first I didn't really capture the importance but he convinced me we applied for the grant we received it and we built what is now called the strike team from two to twenty five and as it stands. Now we're at sixty. So it's scalable. Depending upon the number of confer cases we have. We don't want overburden. This strike team and these are mothers. That are working at working individuals that are working around the clock to make sure that we slow the spread. And so I'm proud that we apply for that. Seminal grant so that we could have the bandwidth within our strike team. So has I mean. Walk me through. How has it worked? I guess is my question because I one thing that happened early on. A lot of places is even places with very very developed resource-rich public health departments like New York City. The number of cases just overwhelmed contact tracing boy right like the spike got so big. You couldn't track it. That's why we had shelter in place. What is your experience in Paterson? Been like through the sort of trajectory of the curve. We've been hit. Disproportionately you send earlier with the second most densely populated place in the country. Your city is I have one hundred and fifty thousand residents shoehorned into about eight square miles and I could tell you there. So meticulous is a painstaking so these state on top of these cases. You have the public health officer involved with Tracy and I can speak from experience as you stated earlier. I tested positive for cove in early April and I was traced and immediately isolate that he asked for a list of close contacts in as a as a result. He quarantined all those contacts. So you you actually went through this year at Your Your Your Health Folks. Your strike team. You tested positive. They said you who your context they got in touch with those contacts and those folks they needed to quarantine. Yes they did immediately. Most of them are my employees. So eight quarantine them immediately at. Are you confident that this is? This program has has has lowered the amount of infections and fatalities you would have otherwise had in your in your very densely populated city. Brisa ribbon forward. We have chief data officer and mid March. We asked them to project. How many confirmed cases we'd have by April fifteen? His projection was eight thousand April fifteenth. Rolls Around we're at twenty five hundred so you could see over a quarter of his projection and that is attributable to the Yeoman's work that's being done by our strategic within the health department. Now there's a lot of talking to CDC guidelines for re-opening about a four contact tracing. But I'm curious. Are you in? Are you in contact with the feds at all like are helping your folks? Are you getting money from federal government just to of build out this program or even to show other people how you're doing it well? We are in constant contact with our senator. Bob Menendez Senator Cory Booker. Who's mentioned earlier? He's been as well. And we're hoping that this latest iteration of relief will be adopted by the Senate and the House so that we could expand even further and obviously lessen the burden on our municipal budget because we are going experience a significant loss of revenue. But but do you have any a a CDs. I it just seems to me that there's a universe in which the is in constant contact with your folks and giving them all systems or helping with questions they have or providing. Is that the case or is this just kind of thing that you're doing it. Patterson no credit goes to the men and women were part of the Strike Team. Take it upon themselves to help us. Combat Covid nineteen a Patterson story the Mayor Paterson New Jersey Andrei CEO. I'm so glad that you have recovered. And it's impressive. What you folks are doing out there. Thanks a lot and stay safe. Thanks for coming up a fascinating. New Research into how virus spreads do packages in the mail. Pose any real danger. Do loud talkers more the virus. If so I'm in trouble talk about that just ahead last week. We told you about the eyebrow raising reality of how the government is treating some of the presence former associates like Roger Stone who got a reduced sentence after the Department of Justice intervened overriding the prosecutors on the case the DOJ is also trying to get the charges dropped against former national security adviser. Michael Flynn of course pleaded guilty lying to the FBI and then the bureau of prisons just released former trump two thousand sixteen campaign chair. Paul Manafort from Federal Prison do the coronavirus pandemic but the president's former personal lawyer Michael Krohn. We remember turned on the president cooperate with federal investigators in. Congress testified before the House. He did not get the same treatment he was supposed to be released in the beginning of. May but then without explanations officials reverse that decision and that looked suspect to us until today when he was released to home confinement now we do not know the full story of what happened there the back and forth but it does make sense. I think to release Michael Kohn Paul Manafort from Federal Prison in the midst of a pandemic where their health is imperilled that is also true of hundreds of thousands of other folks who are right now in prisons and jails amidst panic like for just one instance. Anthony Swayne who has been in jail pretrial for over four years. Four years awaiting trial on drug charges. Anthony's a paraplegic who also has a rare respiratory disease which causes his immune system to be severely weakened and he recently tested positive for corona virus. And right now he can go accept his bond is set at six hundred fifty thousand dollars and he has been denied. Emergency release twice so his family. Try to come up that money. So if Michael Cone and Paul Manafort can get a bit of grace. During this pandemic there are a lot of others like Anthony Swain to. There is still so much that we don't know about this virus. It's only been circulating among humans. We think for seven months or so somewhere around there but we do continue to learn more every day and there is some good news on one front which involves how easy it is to get. The virus from surfaces countertops packages handrails. Things like that. There was real concern in the beginning and also some laboratory data that suggested surfaces could be a big source of transmission. But more and more. Data's coming in to suggest again suggest it's all relates provisional knowledge that surfaces might be less of a cause for concern than we initially thought. Now there's updated guidance from the Centers for Disease Control that suggests that the virus does not spread easily from touching surfaces or objects quote. It may be possible that a person to get cove in one thousand nine by touching a surface or object that has the virus on it and then touching their mouth nose or possibly there is but the CDC add. This is not thought to be the main way the respects CDC cautions that we are still learning more but that is our best understanding at this moment. Now there are a believed to be high risk things that are big events and super spreader individuals right so that the other end of the spectrum. Both gatherings were a lot of people are together and also the idea that a relatively small number of people are accounting for a big number of cases to try to help unravel the mystery. Why that is. I'm joined by Jamie Lloyd Smith PROFESSOR AND EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY AT UCLA WHO Investigates Infectious Diseases. At the Lloyd Smith Laboratory he was CO author of a two thousand five paper looking at the super spreading of viruses in that case SARS and he helped conduct a recent analysis of the aerosol and surface stability of this novel Corona Virus Professor. Let's let's start with this idea of the notion of are are not and the trajectory of virus its transmissibility and we've heard that in this case it's like an art of three and the idea is that like on average one. In fact person infects three others. What I find fascinating about your research is that it doesn't actually play out that way in reality explained to me how it does play out do. First of all you're correct. The as epidemiologists were all very focused on his average number of cases at each infected person will come us now. That is the crucial driver whether an epidemic can take off or not But I guess it comes surprised that not everybody is average in fact when you look at the data for really any infectious disease where we've been able to get this kind of high resolution picture of. Who's doing the spreading? It turns out that look average at all so The highest frequency of people often the majority of people are really not transmitting infection at all they might infect zero or maybe one of the person. But then you've got this. Long tail of people who are the so called super spreaders a disproportionate amount transmission right. So you've got a smaller people infecting a lot of folks and the bulk of people not doing a ton of infection. And what's fascinating about this to me? Is that this is sort of a not a law but it's it's a regularity infectious diseases. It's not specific. Ovid but your research suggests this is happening a lot of evacuees and probably the case here as well that paper you show. It will be two thousand five. It was inspired by SARS where there were very conspicuous super spreading events that Important for the global spread that virus But what I did is dug up. All the sort of contact tracing data I could find on many different pathogens and really they all showed the same pattern the varying degrees but really every disease. We've been able to look at shows this pattern where there's a minority of people who ended up doing most of the transmission and true enough that turned out to be the case for Cogan as well. So we've had these. These had these sort of CD reports and other folks. There's the choir practice which has been somewhat infamous right. There's a choir practice. One of domestic person. An eighty seven percent of the group developed covid nineteen and then there's a whole bunch of other big super spreader events like a mega church service in South Korea. Carnival Heisenberg County Germany. Fifteen hundred people eventually infected. There was a celebration in Mulhouse France. Twenty five hundred cases that choir practice clubs and bars and soul that we just read about one hundred plus cases. It seems to me like what what's happening here is an individual who's a super spreader which is not some sort of moral deficiency on their part right. That just happened and then a big crowd of people equals like a kind of virus bomb if that is that robot right so it. I was very important to to boy did that. This is not anybody's fault as often as not as more of it the circumstance than about the actual person what they do. Or maybe it's about aspects of you know how their body works. Some people generate more droplets. Speak THAN OTHERS Some people end up with more virus in their body with her infected than others through fault of their own but it does make them more efficient transmitters but then a big part of it is kind of happen stance. So you know if I'm infected with some pathogen. Maybe it's a day like today. I'm hold up in my office writing all day. They don't affect anybody. Or maybe today I go to choir practice. And I stuart droplets affecting fifty people. So there's a lot of kind of fluke involved which is part of what makes it much more challenging to predict these events And prevent them. Which is what. We'd ideally like to do. Well here's here's my understanding and again. Correct me if I'm wrong. Lay person sort of waiting through this. Although incredibly fascinated by it which is that. There seems hopeful aspect to this Which is the following right. Like if we've got that long tail like can we chop off the long tail so if we can if we can figure out a way to get rid of real big mass gatherings right if we don't have one hundred thousand people at a football stadium if we don't have five thousand people at a music concert but we we've other parts of life that are kind of normal like is there universe in which just chopping off? Big Mass gatherings is enough to get us to some kind of containment. I guess is the question. We'll certainly if we can figure out the circumstances that tend to give rise to these events and then you know shut those down or at least take measures to make them much less hazardous so you know this universal masking which is going on. That's much more about protecting other people by reducing the amount of virus that you're putting out if you are infected and it is protecting yourself so we can take measures to either. Stop is large gatherings in particular. Indoor large gatherings for there's ventilation so many people sharing the same air that if we can reduce those if we can take measures to reduce long spend those settings and then make sure people are wearing masks are no settings all of this can have a really disproportionate effect on cutting off tail which will derive the average down on how much transmission is happening. If we're lucky we can shove our number below one s the replacement rates if we can get it down there. The epidemic will be growing anymore. Final question briefly. I mean there's some. Some research indicates loud talking which I do a talking lot and talking loud which I do both things she increases. The chances are you transmit a lot is that is that. Is that an inference from the data that we have so far. It's a fair point so experimentally. It's true if you talk louder for singing. Putting more droplets it's also true logically that Some of these super spring events linked to noisy environments like meat packing plants like noisy crowded bars where people are GonNa be speaking more loudly so many quite Dan Chris. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa try to take that to Heart Jamie Light Smith. That was so so so enlightening enlightening and fascinating and thank you so much for making time to share your expertise. Thank you exposure. That does it for all in you can catch us every weeknight at eight o'clock on MSNBC don't forget to like us on facebook. That's FACEBOOK DOT com slash. All in with Chris.

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Bill Gates told me America's Kobe a worthless and an insanity. The most worthless test results I'm any country in the world well. Harvard epidemiologist has a plan to fix the system. He says, we can have millions of instant tests administered daily. We'll explain how? But first, here's my take. The Democratic National Convention began with a mosaic of Americans reciting the preamble to the US Constitution. Was a striking display of ethnic racial and gender diversity. But more importantly, this time around the Democrats care to celebrate the kind of ideological diversity that is crucial to winning the White House on November third. The convention prominently featured progressive icons like Bernie Sanders and Stacey Abrams moderates like Hillary Clinton and former Republican Michael Bloomberg Conservatives like John Casick and Colin. Powell. Many on social media reacted furiously to including Republicans with one are cast asking what time is Dick Cheney speaking. But Joe Biden seem to understand that twitter will not cast the deciding vote in this election. He is returning to a winning formula for the Democrats, which is to be a big tent party. The humorist will rogers once quipped, I. Am not a member of any. Political. Party I am a Democrat. The joke expressed an important truth. The Democrats dominated American politics from the nineteen thirty s through the nineteen sixties because they included all kinds of people from southern segregationists to northern liberals. It was a Faustian bargain but that coalition rescued the country from the great. Depression. Pass Social Security Medicare food stamps head start and a host of other programs that helped whites and minorities are like. It wasn't just the democratic formula. either. One Ronald Reagan reshape the Republican Party in the Nineteen Eighty S. he repeatedly pointed out that he had been a Democrat and a union organizer that he respected rank and file Democrats and the. How hard it was for them to break with a decades long sense of political loyalty. He courted the religious right but from a distance literally in his eight years President, he never attended the annual anti-abortion rally voicing his support by phone instead even though the event was held just half a mile from the white. House. Earlier this year. When asked what role she might play if Biden became president. Representative Alexandria Cossio Cortez said Oh God in any other country Joe, Biden and I would not be in the same party. She's probably right, but America is different for one thing. It's very big. In fact, it worried the country's founders that in the past democracy had flourished only in small city states, they believed a large diverse country like America could post critical challenges to the democratic process. And they were thinking you've just the thirteen colonies nestled east of the allegheny mountains in a vast continental nation of three hundred and thirty million with wide variations in geography economic activity history and culture. It should be obvious that not everyone sees things the same way. For some ideological warriors to accept this reality is to make sorted compromises. But it is the way to durably get things actually done. Bernie, sanders is a powerful voice in America and he has raised many important issues. But in his three decades in Congress, he has been the lead sponsor of just seven bills that have been enacted two of which named post offices. If, you want to translate ideas into action. You have to grapple with the political realities of the country whether on immigration or infrastructure you're likely to make enduring changes only if you can build a coalition. As recline makes the case that the Democrats in particular need to have a broad appeal the constituencies constituencies more diverse than that. Of Republicans to start with from northern whites to southern blacks Latinos in the west at this redistricting and the Electoral College which helped Republicans gain power even when they cannot get a majority of votes. And Democrats have a compelling practical reason to be a big tent party. They may be a larger virtue in this kind of broad approach. One recent study found that ideologically diverse teams produce better work than homogeneous wants summarizing in the Harvard business. Review, the researchers noted that at the individual level bias can lead to foolish investments and eroneous conclusions but people with strong political biopsies are also passionate and hardworking and dig deep for information to prove their case. The scholars concluded collectively teams with mixtures of bias that are willing to engage in collaborate can yield superior performance. Last year Stanford Scholars Gathered Five, hundred, twenty three registered voters to talk to each other about their disagreements in small groups after several days, liberals and conservatives had both their view significantly. And the share of participants they believed American democracy was working well had doubled from thirty percent to sixty percent. If the Democrats continued to embrace this kind of deliberative democracy, they will have an opportunity to make policy changes that endure and perhaps more importantly to heal this country's broken democratic culture. GO TO CNN dot, com slash free for link to my Washington Post column. This, week. And let's get started. Ten days ago the United Arab Emirates became the third Arab nation to normalize, relations with Israel. Signing of the so-called accord took many by surprise. So did this revelation this week that there was a White House push to sell F thirty five stealth, fighter jets to the Emirates CNN and many other outlets report that push the push the agreement itself was led my guest Jared Kushner is a senior advisor to president trump who is also his father in law. Jared Kushner. Welcome on the show. Thank you free it's not going to be with you today. So let me ask you your The President tasked you with. A peace deal that was meant to be a peace deal between Israel and the Palestinians that is the ultimate goal is still assume and I in that context was wondering This seems like a great deal for bb Netanyahu He. Has Gotten this extraordinary concession, this normalization of relations with the U. A. and had to give up nothing. He announced an annexation plan floated and exotic station plan which never happened and then withdrew it, which seems like a, you know a brilliant bar bargaining strategy. So in a sense, didn't he outsmart you and if he gets rewards for not doing anything, why will he make peace with the Palestinians? What is the incentive to make peace with the Palestinians if he's getting all these things without making peace with the Palestinians? Yes. So first of all I'd say that this. Deal, which is the third piece dion seventy years for Israel and the first peace deal in the Middle East in the last twenty six years is a big win for the whole world not just for Israel to win for the United Arab Emirates it's a win for America and quite frankly in the region it's a big win for all of the countries who want to see their societies advance who want to see their people brought together in a society of tolerance around economic opportunity, and it's about people wanting to push back on the on the people who are looking to radicalize the region and use these old conflicts as a way to so disconnection the last time I was. On your show, we were talking about President Trump's vision for peace where we got Israel to make historic concessions that they hadn't been willing to agree to a long time We laid out one hundred eighty page document, which was a blueprint for peace between the Israelis and the Palestinians it really showed you'd Israel agreeing to a Palestinian state and it was the first time in history that Israel. Agreed to a map which was based on the facts on the ground. You know we have a practical background we went in we listened to all the different sides and we were able to come up with what we thought. Rational framework was for a final negotiated settlement once we put that out. That showed a lot of the different people on the our world that Israel was indeed serious about making peace with the Palestinians and a lot of the relations that we'd been stimulating over the last years we're able to come to the forefront. So this was a great breakthrough. You know negotiations are different. The Middle East is obviously a complicated place. We had a lot of people who doubted that our efforts would bear fruit but. This Peacedale is a great vindication for all of the Unorthodox steps that president trump has taken over the last three and a half years in one of the most complicated regions in the world. Then I will say that this is obviously a big step forward, but I believe that it will be another turning point in the region that will lead to more prosperity more shared opportunity and hopefully more peace and stability for the long-term. So I I understand what Israel go from it, and now it appears if the reports are correct, the UA is getting the F thirty five, which is something they've long wanted have not been granted before. Is it true that you are pushing that that sale take place and when will it take place? Yes. So this has become an issue that I came up ab as a as a political issue. In Israel over the last week or so. But the US been trying to get the F thirty five for a long time. The person that group that wants them not to get at the most is obviously Iran because they're right across the Strait of removed from there and and the reality is, is that this new peace agreement should increase the probability of them getting at but it's something we're reviewing. Obviously, we'll look at the the cue me and we'll do everything in accordance with with the right standards, but it's something that the State Department and the and the US military is looking at but. He's been a tremendous military partner for America for many years, and so this is something that we could see potentially happening now as a result of this Great breakthrough. Stay with me Jared Kushner When we come back, we will ask jared Kushner about the Democrats and the Republicans. The Convention Starts Republican tomorrow it was just over ten weeks until election day lots of questions for jared Kushner when we come back. 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So whether you need a last minute fix routine home maintenance or an exciting new upgrade home is here ready to do everything to make sure everything download the homeadvisor APP and get started today. And and we are back with the White House senior adviser Jared Kushner. Let, me ask you before we get to the campaign yard. What would you predict that by November Saudi Arabia and Bahrain will also have normalized relations with Israel. So I don't WanNa make any predictions. I. Think Right now I'm going to be traveling to the region we WANNA make sure that we cement this agreement in place we WanNa make sure this very warm piece. There's tons of doctors who want to start working together on corona virus together we have a lot of trade and tourism that want to happen We want to get this embedded as quickly as possible. But what I will say is that a lot of people around the region are looking at the tremendous economic opportunities that will now exist for the US as a hub. For Israeli business to the rest of the Arab world and they want to make this happen to. So I, do think there'll be a lot of countries that will WANNA follow behind but obviously this is the first one, twenty, six years. The rest will come at their pace but I wouldn't be surprised if others go soon. So. Let me ask you about November Clearly, the big issue is going to be the pandemic and the handling of the pandemic and the facts are pretty clear. The United States has five percent of the world's population twenty, five percent of the world's cases. The world's leader It has a death rate Cova death rate of fifteen to twenty times higher than the European Union or Canada, the testing system we have in place bill. Gates says is the most worthless in the world because of the long time and he argues it is entirely because of the federal government and its unwillingness to change that sounds like a tough record to run on. Yeah. Well again, it's hard to disagree with Bill Gates because he's had a big success but I do disagree with him here if you look at the amount of tests we've done we've done more than any other country by big factor we've been able to. Test. His whole point is. Worthless because you're infectious for two or three days around when you have symptoms and if you get the test results four, five six days later, which is the average for the United States, they're essentially worthless. Yeah, the average is now down to about two point three days, and the reality is is that testing is a strategic tool testing is not a panacea, and if we've been utilizing the the fast tests that we have to really protect the vulnerable in our case, fatality rate is much lower than anyone else, and if you look at the US versus Europe and you look at excess mortality rate were below Europe. So look we also have a lot of considerations. We've managed this way through where we've taken care of all the different groups that needed. We've gotten the P. either the. Frontline workers, we've gotten the ventilators everyone who needed and we've ramped up the largest amount of testing in anyone in the world, and so obviously, we have fifty different CEO's in the governor's Some of them have done a better job than others, but our job has been to get them to supplies to give him the guidance to share ideas across the way We've also developed a lot of therapeutics which have been helping, keep our our case fatality down and today I. Think we're going to have another great announcement on that, and if you look at the vaccine we've also. The fastest vaccine ever to phase three trial was thirteen months. We did it in four for the first one and we have three and phase three that were simultaneously developing. So we're going to get to the other end of it and I do think that out of this, some countries are going to get stronger. Some countries will get weaker with the work that President Trump's done to save our economy Coming out of this, I believe we have an opportunity to bring a lot of our jobs. Back, on shore to emerge as a real globally dominant player much bigger than before, and if we slow down and we do it in a different way, we can lose a lot of ground to the world. So you know, obviously, this is a once in one hundred year pandemic You know there's a lot of different challenges that have arisen We've done very well meeting most of those and I do believe that we're gonNA rise from this much stronger. Thanks to the president's leadership. but the public doesn't seem to agree with the last time you're on the show you're feeling pretty good because you said, the president had an approval rating around forty, six, forty, seven percent. The realclearpolitics average that approval rating is down to forty three point seven percent with fifty four percent. Disapproving the pretty tough numbers, and what is the president strategy to turn those around? Yes. So first of all, he was thinking about thirty seven when he won. So he's still above where he was last time look because of the pandemic, a lot of the country's been distracted I think these conventions are real kickoff. We saw the Democrats last week. If a very dark vision for America, you were talking about the great diversity earlier of their party but a lot of. Those Republicans are not I mean those are people who are Washington elites a lot of insiders people who have made their lives in their careers off of Washington president trump represents the American people. He's the outsider president and I think you're GonNa see a very hopeful version for a vision for America that he's going to be unleashing you're going to see a real diversity. Of the Republican Party that he's built, you're GONNA. See it's going to be different than how the media tells you and unlike the Democrats last week where there was a lot of complaints they didn't offer much by way of policy your solutions president trump will be laying out. You know real policies, real visions, real solutions for how we bring our country back and makes it stronger. Than ever before so we feel really good about where we are again, the media misjudge the president's of winning last time a lot of the public polling misjudged the president's chances. Last time we feel like we're in a substantially better position now than we were four years ago and we're quite excited about the convention coming up this week and the campaign that will ensue after that. what I noticed though is that the president seems to be preparing ground for the fact that he might lose because he has begun to raise all these spectres of ballot fraud voter, fraud and things like that, and I just want to show you a few data points I'm going to show the viewers and I'm going to read them to you jared. But he's talked extensively about about the dangers of mail in voting in the fraud that comes from it the first library. I'm happy to send you by email is the list of the literally dozens of studies that have been done on voter fraud, all of which have concluded that there is none. There is, in fact, a you know there are Brennan Center for Justice. Study. That says incident rates of voter fraud were at zero point zero zero zero, zero, four percent to zero point zero zero, zero, nine percent. That's the fifth decimal place. So it appears that there really is mail in balloting is done in five states including the heavily Republican. UTAH. Reporting, a scholar who studies the trump is simply wrong about mail in balloting raising tremendous potential for fraud. Isn't this all very dangerous for democracy for president to be actively de legitimizing and election. Apparently because his poll numbers are bad. No for I'm really glad you brought this up. So if I was a civilian before I got into politics I've been living through this for five years. If I would have saw study that says this I would have believed it most of these studies garbage and they're done with a real point of view towards advocacy. Let's just look at the facts. Right. I was reading an article in the New York Times the other day where they said that there was a lot of fraud in paterson. New Jersey and they were having a lot of trouble with their mail in ballots and then they said three paragraphs later they said president trump still without any evidence claims that there's fraud mail in ballots I'm in New Jersey I have a lot of friends in New Jersey I grew up there One of my friends just got married his wife got two ballots. One that was enrolled name when it's her new name in Paterson New Jersey they just had a whole situation but. Not Data you one example the. Aggregate Data I I'm sure there are ten examples pointing the opposite. The only way you can tell what the reality is to do aggregate data studies and you know that the you're you're smart. So are you telling me? So you're telling me that the Brennan. Perfect no just Elliott in. New Jersey is not reflective of of aggregate data. Okay. Well, then you could talk to my other friend in new. Jersey whose son died seven years ago and his son got a ballot. My. My my point. I don't have that many friends in. New. Jersey and two of them who are raising this with me and what I'll just say this free look, the president wants a fair election We have away of voting. That's been tried and true for many years. People are comfortable with that the president tweeted the other day if you can. Protest person you can vote in person I think that there's a notion, your doctor Fauci said it's safe to vote in person we're seeing now is if you look at the ballot harvesting that happened in California, there's a lot of dirty things that happen in politics and the president is just making sure people have an awareness about it he wants to make sure that. There's a safe way for people to vote and he wants to make sure it's secure and it's a fair election. If that happens he believes he has a very, very good chance of winning again, we're seeing the polls moving big in favor of the last month people want law and order they want their communities safe. They want president that stands up for law. Enforcement He has a track record of taking on China and making the trade deals for America, and again he's knows how to build an economy. So we're starting to see our economy. You know rush back after having shut down the economy to slow down the spread of the virus that allowed us to have the hospital capacity, the resources to deal with it appropriately. And president trump is very confident that the American people know that he's the right person to rebuild our country to take on the other countries We were on earlier talking about how he made the first peace deal in the last twenty, six years. He's brought us out of wars a lot of the people who are talking you know in the Democrat Convention these are the people who got us into these endless wars and president trump has not gotten into. Any wars, he's calling us out of Afghanistan he's pulling us out of the Middle East he's bringing our troops home and he's making trade deals that actually help the American worker. So I think the American people see it. They know that he's a doer they like what he stands for again, there's no secrets with him. He's very transparent about what he's thinking whether it's on twitter or very transparent about his policy and the American people are for it but. Again there is fraud with mail in ballots and the president He's in four absentee ballots that's a tried and true way of doing it. But obviously, the universal where they send it out to everybody Again, the federal government is not equipped to do that properly. This is something that if you're going to do it properly, it should take five to ten years to to really roll it out and they're trying to rush in a couple of months. And there will be problems. So we just WanNa make sure that we have a fair elections that people can have confidence in their election and unlike the last election where the president won fair and Square the Democrats and the media spent two years trying to say that Russia. Was the reason he won the election without any evidence. So he knows what he's up against in a very dishonest media and he knows what he's up against in terms of people. Who want to try to see him lose at all costs. All Right Jared Kushner you very good to come on the show Delighted to have you. Thank you free like I said it's it's an honor to be with you. Next on GPS some Kremlinology. What Will Vladimir Putin do in Belarus and what happened to Alexis. When we get back. Today marks the Fifteenth Day of unprecedented protests in Belarus. The issue that's brought so many Belarussians. To the street is the contested August ninth election. The incumbent Alexander Lukashenko claims he won and one handed me garnering some eighty percent of the vote but the protestors don't buy it and they are demanding new elections Lukashenko. Says that won't happen unless they kill him. The president of this former Soviet nation has looked to Russia for help. Moscow has warned other countries not to interfere. But most fear that Putin may send in troops just as he didn't Georgia and in Ukraine. Joining me now is Nina Jakubowicz she's a disinformation fellow at the Wilson Center where she studies Eastern Europe. Nina. Welcome. Let me ask you to begin with Tell us about what has happened in Belarus to create this crisis in the first place because my impression of it was, it was a fairly stable country. It was a dictatorship, but people had a reasonable standard of living and seemed I. Don't know the happiest the would but content. Is this about the pandemic? That's a great question for read and the pandemic does play a role. You know Lukashenka said that covert nineteen was a psychosis. He didn't organize any sort of state response and even held a Victory Day parade to celebrate the end of World War Two on May ninth. At which no one was wearing masks, of course. So that was part of it but then as the election drew near, he also jailed two of his main. And there used to be the social contract in Belarus that they had a reasonable standard of living good education good healthcare in exchange for the sort of corruption and rigging. We see and other post-soviet countries being at least kept under the table and all of those versions were were cast away very vividly by the Lucretia garage game, which then claimed this huge election victory which an independent observers in the country say is statistically impossible thousands of people have been rallying as you said, for the past fifteen days and all they're demanding that their votes be counted honestly and fairly. And so this does a raise the specter of Ukraine. But it's important to understand the differences. It seems to me the issue in. Ukraine. was that the Ukrainians were trying to off forge an agreement, an association with Europe. That seems absent in this case. So how is it playing out compared to Ukraine? Here, you're exactly right in Ukraine the idea the protests were spurred because President Viktor Yanukovych reneged on an association agreement he had promised to sign with the European Union that was what brought people to the streets here. There are no European Union flags being waved no one is discussing discussing NATO accession What they're doing is just asking for basic democratic and human rights many many people have been beaten and even tortured over the past couple of weeks that is. What is continuing to drive people to the streets they want to have their voices heard and their votes counted. This is a simple democratic equation. It is not about joining a Euro, Atlantic Treaty Organization, and in fact, the opposition has said that they want to maintain a multi vector foreign policy that is maintaining relations with Russia which whom, with whom they have a very strong economic insecurity agreement, and also integrating a little bit with with the West balancing those two. But. At the same time, the Russians are to present this as an effort by some forces in Belarus to to move to the West the West to extend his influence Sergei Lavrov the foreign minister said, this is simply western Germany. Does all this mean that the Russians could take advantage of this and actually intervene as they did in Ukraine. Well I don't want to predict Russian behavior because it's been very unpredictable in the past and I think in this case, Russia has an opportunity to perhaps see managed transition as it saw in Armenia a couple of years ago where there was a new leader rushing Yang who was happy to work both with with Russia and the West. So that's a possibility. I think that's why we are seeing sort of a wait and see approach from the Kremlin but meanwhile Lukashenko is. Trying to drive that narrative of Western. Interference. Just yesterday he said that the pro protesters wanted to obliterate Russian language which has been kind of a dog whistle for Putin and the past to interfere. So I think that's the big question what Russia will do but I think e you leaders Western leaders have been very clear that this again is not about Euro Atlantic integration. This is about basic democratic and human rights, and that's something that the people of Belarus. Deserve. Before I, let you go. I gotta ask you about this this case of election of all need the poisoning. This is a very distinguished. Opposition leader met him very decent man. What is going on? Well. He was on a flight to Moscow a couple of days ago and fell violently ill on that flight. The flight had to make an emergency landing in Omsk and that's in Siberia, his his campaign manager, his PR person said, you know they believe his t was poisoned at the airport. Initially those doctors almost said that he had been poisoned and then they changed. Their, and in the meantime, German authorities offered to me back. Alexei Navalny to Germany to receive better treatment that was stalled by the Kremlin and by those doctors and homes for two days and I think that's incredibly suspicious. You know we don't know who ordered this poisoning but the fact that they were willing to play with this man's life for forty eight hours. Begs the question of what evidence they're trying to hide, and the other question is even if this didn't come down from Putin himself, even if it's one of his robe security services are someone else in the political elite who has been ordering this sort of stuff. It is a pattern in Russia that poisonings and killings of opposition figures and critics of the. Kremlin happened with impunity and really within humanity a Nevada was kept from his wife, his doctors, and again, his life was imperilled because of this delay seemingly to cover the Kremlin's tracks it's a very worrisome situation and it will have a chilling effect on the opposition and the press in. Russia. The Independent press that do still exist and the Russian people deserve better. and. It's worth pointing out Nina that. Navan as one of his great crusades was anti corruption and I think he, he probably angered a large number of people in the Kremlin elite by pointing out how they are essentially robbing their own country Thank you so much always a pleasure to have you on. With you next on CBS, how can America get back to normal even before vaccine is ready my next guest has a plan a simple plan sounds terrific to me when we come back. There is a substance that is so wondrous to inspired a kind of worship. It's as perfect as I've ever seen I assume the special ingredients, Angel Tears what is this magical objects that is inspired such cult like devotion it is. A BRAND OF CHUCK I'm drew bb and I'm the host of CNN's podcast. Great Big Story. Our latest episode is about the most sought after chuck on the plan and why the world's leading mathematicians began to stock pilot check it out this week on great big story. Many Americans have now been in some form of quarantine for five months as fall approaches and the new school year along with it people are wondering, when can we all get back to normal and how might we do that? My next guest is top epidemiologist at Harvard and he has a plan to do just that. Michael. Meena? Thanks very much happy to be here. So I Michael. If you can explain bill, Gates has been pointing out the testing that we're doing in the United States. Whatever the number is is worthless because the tests are coming back too late to quarantine people to isolate them since it's two or three day period that it's that you're at the peak infectiousness. So what is wrong with our testing system right now? It's absolutely right. Essentially, we are trying to shed a public health problem into a medical diagnostic issue. We are using his chest that are called PCR tests. These are tests that need to be done in a laboratory, and that means that for a rapidly spreading virus where people are contagious for just a few days to have a swab taken, send it off to a laboratory, get them all funneled through the doorway of that lab get them processed on this instrument, and then the results back to you. Potentially three, four, five, ten days later means that the results are coming back to too late to serve any real purpose to stop spread of this virus, we need to sort of. The paradigm with testing where we can have a greatly expanded number of tests that can be used frequently, and that give results back importantly immediately or within a few minutes. So that person the person can actually act on those results. So in a sense what you're describing professors almost something like taking your temperature except. Here, you actually know with reasonable certainty whether you had covert and so you could use it for people. They enter office buildings as they enter malls as they get on planes and you just separate out the people who have covered. Right it would seem like it would really allow people to get back to normal because you would be very efficiently isolating and removing people who have covert. That's that's correct. I would say we still have a ways to go before we can consider these types of rapid tests which aren't even on the market up, but could be before we could consider them to be passports like the way that you describe. What I want to see them start as is a transmission indicator test, and this is everyone would continue going about their business as usual social, distancing wearing masks in all of these pieces. But this is one thing just like a thermometer, but it would be much better at telling you if you're likely to go and transmit the virus to somebody else that day, but there's nothing theoretically to stop. US from being able to mass produce these machines, mass-produce these tests. Wall that needs to happen as far as I can tell us the federal government needs to get very aggressively behind these technologies. Right? That's absolutely right. There are tests that don't need any machines that essentially mine I picture like the same way that somebody goes in buys a pack of Gum. My picture somebody goes in buys a pack of little rapid paper, strip, transmission indicating tests, and they could be produced by the federal government for example, millions and millions of them. They're easy to produce. They don't require an instrument so that can be shipped to people's homes for for free and. They're be big media campaigns about how to use them appropriately, how to respond with without them, and and there's very little getting in the way to these tests being mass produced except there doesn't seem to be much federal will to be the ones responsible for producing them, and there's also regulatory hurdles right now. Now, some many of these are about eighty five percent accurate, which is a little lower than the medical diagnostic tests, but presumably if you take. The test you know twice or three times the accuracy increases. How how would you describe that the you know the fact that it isn't as accurate as a medical diagnostic test. That's exactly right. So the idea would be that people wouldn't just be unlike people in just be using a once a medical diagnostic, but they might use it every day or every two days, and so that really increases the accuracy and most importantly here it means that you're likely to find somebody. Who is infectious on the day I become infectious, which is very different than if you're using just medical diagnostic tools and you have to go to the doctor or go to the drive thru, usually people are gonNA wait until they're really sick before they go and do that and most people never will because they're eysenck matic. So this is a test that will increase its accuracy in its ability to detect people not through better chemicals on the test but by having access to the test that is very frequent in daily, it will really increase our ability to find people who are infectious and ask them to to to stay home for the next five or ten days. If, we adopt the program you're suggesting I if the federal government would aggressively behind. How soon could these tests be available in? You know whether guy funding the private sector by producing it themselves how long would it take to get this program up and running? Relatively speaking these are simple technologies to make. A single manufacturing plant could start making millions of them in probably a an order of weeks with a in a in some ways. Some of the companies are actually already producing them. We see South Korea has to two of these types of tests that they're producing a soon the US we could produce them in mass numbers. I know that there's a there's a program that's been funded in small amount the NIH to help three M. Bit Massive Company started to produce them at and so you know if a company like three Anna can start working on this project. We can get the federal government really behind but billions of dollars into this to produce millions and millions and millions of tests I. think it could be we could be getting control of the virus where it's currently out of control and much of the country in in a matter of a month or two we could start rolling out a small millions of them too hot spots and then start really incorporating them into the broader communities from their. 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New Yorks Finest Pt. 1: Joseph Petrosino

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New Yorks Finest Pt. 1: Joseph Petrosino

"Due to the graphic nature of these crimes listener discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of murder and assault that some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen October. Nineteen O eight. New York's most legendary detective. Joseph Patrocino walked into an Italian market that the New York Times called easily the most pretentious mercantile establishment in that section of the city. The store belonged to the Dapper Ignacio. Lupo better known by the English translation of his last name. The Wolf his seven story import emporium onto ten. Motte street was filled with old world. Delicacies and fresh produce that Joseph. Patrocino wasn't there to go grocery shopping. New York's top cop had spent the past five years investigating the violent Extortion Syndicate. The black hand and the wolf was high up in its leadership. The store was just a front for months. Petra Sinoe had urged his community to boycott the wolf stores because he was bleeding them dry with his extortion in retaliation. The Wolf made it known on the streets of litter. Literally that there was a price on Petra Seino's head so Petra Sinoe waited for a day when the wolf was at his store the five foot three forty eight year old detective built like a barrel walked up to the counter and called out to Lupo. No witness heard what the two men said to each other but with one punch Petra sinoe knocked the man to the ground and set about administering a brutal beating by the time. It was over. The Wolf's fine imported suit was covered in his own blood. Welcome to kingpins Apollo Kosta original. I'm Alistair murden and I'm Kate Leonard. Every Friday we journey inside the ranks of Organized Crime Rings From Street gangs to mafiosos to understand how a kingpin or Queen Pin Rises to the top of the underworld and why they full as we follow the lives of infamous crime bosses. We'll explore. How money and power change them and how it changed the community around them. You can find episodes of kingpins and all other parkhouse originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to strain kingpins for free on spotify just open the APP and type kingpins and the such a podcast. We are grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at par cast and twitter at Park has network? This is a first episode on Joseph Patrocino. One of New York's most legendary police offices this week. We'll be exploring his rise from garbage man to personal friend of the president and his conflict with his greatest foe. The black hand next week. We'll find New York City at war with itself and follow Petra Xenos desperate final mission to Sicily. We'll also look at his role. In the formation of the American mafia in the summer of nineteen hundred Silk Weaver Gaetano Brescia abandoned his anarchist newspaper in Paterson New Jersey and hopped on a ship to Paris by July twenty ninth. He had made it to Monza Italy where he assassinated Italian King. Umberto the first. This was a new kind of political assassination. Berta was not murdered by political rival but by an ideological one anarchy. The Italian government was convinced. Brescia was working as part of a larger movement in America and they insisted that President Mckinley look into it. Mckinley was skeptical but wanted to maintain good relations with Italy his vice president Teddy Roosevelt new. Just the man for the job his personal friend from his days as a New York. Police Commissioner Lieutenant Joseph Petra Petra. Sinoe immediately understood the gravity of the situation he had been given an assignment by the president and the COP who had come from nothing to live. The American dream was a committed patriot. He would do whatever it took to infiltrate the anarchist's Petra Sinoe traveled to Paterson New Jersey in the fall of nineteen hundred where he took up one of his most common assumed identities that of an illiterate laborer fresh from Italy. He lived in the same boarding houses brushing and took a job at a local construction site filled with anarchists. The detective quickly befriended his coworkers. And soon they invited him to their anarchist meetings. Patrocino attended and roads careful notes. Once he went home he was aided by his secret weapon. A remarkable even photographic memory after three months in Paterson Patrocino discovered a terrifying plot in the winter of nineteen o one. He sat down with the president and vice president in the White House and announced that. The Patterson anarchists had a list of assassination targets at the top of the list was President Mckinley as for who would carry out the hit. The anarchists devised a novel technique to select their assassins. They decided the most anarchic method was to randomize the choice. Names were fed into the kind of drum used for a raffle or Bingo. Whoever was selected from the drum would be the killer in the summer of Nineteen Hundred Gaetano? Brushes name had been chosen to kill. King Umberto and he do to flee traveled to Italy to do the job every other anarchist was willing to do the same Petra Sinoe presented his findings with pride the NYPD COP a devout Patriot had found hard evidence of a plot to murder the president. He could feel the metals already but the two most powerful men in the country while unimpressed Roosevelt even crack a joke saying that he hoped an anarchist would make him President Mckinley. Roosevelt treated the eighteen year veteran. Detective like a Gullible Novice. It was a long humiliating train. Ride back up to New York months later in September. Nineteen O one presidents. Mckinley was assassinated at the Pan American exposition in Buffalo New York by anarchist. Leon Shogo when the press went to. Nypd headquarters for comment they found Petra. Sinoe solving the proud American was overcome with grief at the loss of his president when he regained his composure. Petra Sinoe told the reporters that he had warned the president of the anarchist threat almost a year earlier at that moment Petra Sinoe went from local legend to national and even international star as the detective. Who could have saved the president? He was an icon but his was no overnight. Success Petruzzi now had worked for years developing his high level connections. Gumshoe skills and relationship with the press. It would take cunning and courage for an impoverished motherless immigrant to become America's top COP. It started on the schoolyard in eighteen. Seventy three thirteen-year-old Giusseppe Petroni no immigrated with his father from Salerno Italy. They left his younger brother in Renzo in Italy with family while over four million talion would come to New York between eighteen. Eighty and nineteen twenty four upon his arrival Petra. Sinoe was one of under twenty five thousand in the city. His mother had passed in the old country and the young man who was already approaching his maximum height of five feet three inches at a chip on his shoulder in the eighteen seventies. The neighborhood he landed in was a long way off from being called little. Italy and Patrocino was bullied mercilessly by his mostly Irish classmates. He soon made a reputation for never losing a fight dropped out of school in the sixth grade and took every job. He could get shoeshiner newspaper boy. And even a touring violinist traveling. As far as the deep south throughout his life Petra Sinoe would return to the violin as a source of comfort playing songs from his childhood over and over of all his early jobs. It may have been petrous. Cena's tenure as a newspaper. Boy that would most impact his future career. He learned how newspaper editors think. And what kinds of stories cell he would use those skills to become in the era before the FBI. One of the most famous and powerful law enforcement officers in the world but petrous. Sinoe had a long way to go from. Shoeshine nets a cop especially because of the time the majority Irish department had never accepted. An Italian recruit is way in garbage in one thousand nine hundred seventies New York garbage services were under the control of the police department at Eighteen Petra. Sinoe got a job clearing trash off the streets whether he initially intended to rise through the ranks. We don't know but by eighteen eighty three the pint-sized Italian was ordering round men twice his age as the captain of a trash barge. That took New York. City's garbage out to sea and dumped it into the ocean. One day inspector clubber Williams the czar of the tenderloin saw petrous Sinoe in command of the barge and he must have liked. The kind of his gym club had risen from poverty to the heights of New York society. Thanks to the routine corruption that defined Gilded Age New York he owned a fifty three foot yacht and a mansion in Connecticut when asked how he afforded it all his answer was invariably Japanese real estate to prove the extent of his grip on the lower east side. Cluber ones hung his gold. Stop Watch at a local intersection for a whole day. No one touched it. Cluber was a legend who is always looking for new men who would be loyal to him. Not only that. But it's possible that tough old Irishman may have seen something of himself in the hard-driving young Italian once he got Petra senile off the boat. There was just one problem. The twenty-three-year-old was four inches shorter than the NYPD's minimum height requirement. Luckily for him. Clobber was not a stickler for regulations. He hired him on the spot after years of fighting to find his place in an unfriendly new country. Petra Sinoe had a new identity New York City cop just Sepe had become Joseph. The playground enforcer. Now a man of the law up next. We'll take a look at how Petra. Sinoe made his name as a cop and the vicious criminal cabal. He devoted his life taking down high listeners. The launch of our new podcast series supernatural with Ashley. Flowers has been an incredible success. We are so proud of this show and can't thank you enough for your support if you haven't had a chance to listen yet. I highly recommend you head over to the supernatural with Ashley. Flowers feed and subscribe today every Wednesday. Ashley Flowers takes on a different crime or mystery where the most fitting theory isn't always the most conventional. Here's what you can expect. Were the deaths of two Brazilian men a result of making contact with spirits on Mars. Get closer to the than ever before. Regarding the mystifying lead masks case did four friends have a highly unusual encounter during a camping trip in Maine sort through the out of this world circumstances surrounding the allegations incident and be sure to check out my personal favorite and dig deeper into the peculiar details and poetry linked to the unexplained death of Australia's Somerton man. Each week Ashley takes on the strange and surreal to explain some of the world's most bizarre true crime occurrences trust me. You don't WanNa miss it? Follows supernatural with Ashley. Flowers free on spotify. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Now back to the story in eighteen eighty three twenty three year old Joseph. Petro suited up in blue. For the first time he must have been filled with pride. A garbage man with a sixth grade education had become the first Italian officer in the NYPD. Petrous Seino's high-spirits didn't last for long walking out in little Italy that morning. He tried to greet his neighbors people. He had known half his life but they turned away from him. No one would even make eye contact. He was a pariah. Be Italian population. In New York was vehemently anti police. The vast majority were impoverished laborers from southern Italy a region repressed by the north since the Roman Empire. Many of these immigrants were escaping criminal convictions. Back home in New York. The tension got so bad. Petra scene was forced to move into an Irish neighborhood. Things weren't much better for Petra. Sinoe at work during that first year Petra. Sinoe spent most of his nights at the station cleaning his clothes in the office. Sink at best. The Irish cops ignored him at worst. They insulted him petrous. Sinoe heard it all and then some during his early years though his relationship with clubber Williams prevented any extreme physical harm just the fact that he was Italian made it difficult for him to make friends and things were only getting more challenging in little Italy. Even Italian Americans with no ties to the underworld had good reason to distrust the law enforcement officials in their new country when Petra Sinoe was an eight year veteran of the NYPD a hate crime in New Orleans made Italian Americans fear that their new homeland was suddenly turning against them in eighteen. Ninety the local police chief David Hennessy captured on Italian bandit lying low in the big easy months later. Hennessy was gunned down in retaliation. While walking home from work he died the next day. What followed was a widespread anti Italian crackdown in the city and eventually a trial of nine men who allegedly killed the police chief when the men were acquitted due to lack of evidence an angry mob broke into the jail where they were being held and by the end of the day. Eleven talion was swinging from Louisiana trees for the average Italian IMIGRAN. The policy became. Keep your head down and never ever talked to the police. The alternative could be death if it wasn't for Teddy Roosevelt Patrocino might have been forced out of the NYPD by the ethnic tensions in eighteen ninety five however Roosevelt became a reform commissioner of the force testing every detective to make sure they were a competent cop. Roosevelt immediately admired the tough and brilliance patrocino and he promoted him to detective sergeant in Eighteen. Ninety five after twelve. Long years on the force Petra. Sinoe had become the only Italian detective in the country. He took to the new position fish to water. In addition to being the only officer able to interview in the Italian community Petra Sinoe had two great investigative gifts his mastery of disguise and his photographic memory while other offices relied on physical files to keep track of cases and suspects. Patrocino only needed to take one look at someone to memorize their face and biography for years to come. Any claims of photographic memory are a little suspect because the term has no set definition in Petra. Xenos case however we have some hard evidence one night Petra Sinoe climb the stairs of twenty four twenty eight first avenue. He was going to a friend's face for dinner on his way up. He glimpsed the man's face through the open. Doorway of an apartment and felt a flash of recognition Petra. Sinoe continued up a few steps. Then paused he racked his brain. Surely He knew that face then it hit him Chicago. Patrocino walked down to the man's apartment and with his characteristically. Commanding tone ordered him to stand. Patrocino told the man what he knew his name was seen any and he was wanted in Chicago for the murder of Oscar cornstarch with a razor for years earlier forty eight months before Petra Sinoe had seen a wanted poster putouts by the Chicago police for just a split second and he remembered it perfectly. Sahni confessed and was sent to Chicago for sentencing. Thanks to his unique skills and Total Dr. Petro Sinoe quickly became the most effective crimefighter on the force by eighteen. Ninety six Roosevelt had promoted him to the head homicide detective for the city. Petrosa no excelled soon achieving an nypd record of seventeen murder convictions in a single year. How did he do it? It was rumored that the detective never slept soon. The press dubbed Patrocino the Italian shylock homes but Petra seen relied on more than homes is keen intellect. He also carefully cultivated equality. He called PAT CIANCIO for Petra. Sinoe Pazienza was related to patients. But they were not the same what it meant was to stay stoic and not play your hand until the time was right. Only then could explode with absolute passion. This may explain why some New Yorkers described petrous Sinoe the man who never smiles. Even though many of his friends would attest to his charm. He was serious quiet and withdrawn until it was in his best interest not to be what separated petrous. Gino from so many of his tough-guy counterparts was his willingness to fight for a good cause even when it had no immediate benefit to him never was this quality more obvious than in the case of Angelo. Carbone AH in eighteen ninety seven a bar fight broke out at a little. Italy cafe called Truck Korea to neighborhood men Angelo Carboni and Natale Bruno had gotten into a disagreement and it came to blows long-off to leaving group. No was found dead stabbed in the back by an unknown assailant. Angelo was immediately. The prime suspect he protested his innocence but after a record short eight hour murder trial a jury convicted Angelo and sentenced him to the electric chair. Patrocino must have known about the case as the chief homicide detective but he was not involved in the original trial he would soon hear from his friends and informants though that something was fishy word on the street was Angelo. Had been falsely accused that. Rossinot decided to find out for himself taking the train to a place where he was widely despised death row at sing. Sing prison there. He found a distraught young man who was adamant that his bar fight had not escalated to murder. The detective had heard a thousand men. Confess at this point and he felt certain that Angelo was not a killer. He asked around and discovered another suspect. Who'd never been considered a known enemy of Bruno's had been at the same cafe the night of the role one Salvatori CI Romolo Salvatore. Hadn't been SEEN IN ITALY SINCE PETRA. Zeno vowed to find him with the dog discipline of a bloodhound. Petrous seen no track. Salvatori up and down the eastern seaboard following leads in Jersey City Philadelphia and Montreal assuming many false identities all those threads went nowhere less than a week before Angelo scheduled execution Petra. Sinoe got a new tip. Salvatori was in Baltimore. And the informant had an address Petra. Sinoe traveled to Baltimore and staked out the house in question for two days. He saw no one matching Salvatori description. Enter or exit but the detective was persistent. He put on a fake beard. One of many disguises. He carried with him on any trip. Like this and knocked on the front door. An older woman opened it. Patrocino claimed he was a health inspector. Who had heard? There might be a case of smallpox in the house when the woman tried to send him away he strung on his way inside where he saw salvatore holding an axe to chop firewood. Salvatore asked who were you the detectives simply replied my name is Petra Sinoe. The fear was evident in Salvatori is. Is He panicked? Drop the axe and immediately confessed to the murder Petra Sinoe brought Salvatori back to New York. Angelo's name was cleared just days before he would have been executed. The real killer took his place on death row petrous he knows reputation had been made as the rare cop who cared more about justice than convictions and his commitment to the Italian American community was more obvious than ever overtime. The Gregarious and gifted detective befriended many powerful people in the city. Dining out at restaurants with top journalists and politicians. He became one of the key. Italian American voices in Civic Society. Meanwhile in criminal circles his name was whispered with fear by the late eighteen ninety S. It was said that all the detective had to say was my name is Petra Sinoe and any PERP would surrender. At least. That was the rumor in many ways. Patrocino was lucky to make his name in the era of Yellow Journalism when the tabloid press ruled New York City in eighteen. Ninety Five William Randolph. Hearst bought the New York Journal and declared a circulation war with Joseph Pulitzer New York world. Doing anything to attract more readers while this turf war was playing out. Journalists had an easy rule of thumb the more sensationalist the better New Yorkers eight up stories about the Doggett whip smart Italian cop who came from nothing soon enough Petra. Seino's name appeared in newspapers all over the country as far away as Nashville and Los Angeles whether total fact or partial fiction. The legend of the first Italian cop in New York City would soon collide with the cold reality of the black hand the most dangerous criminal syndicate ever to come to America when we return. We'll follow the terrifying growth of the black hand and Petra Seino's battle to form an Italian division of the NYPD. Now back the story at the end of the eighteen hundreds Italian Americans were just another immigrant group trying to live the American dream better known for their opera than their criminals. But all that changed when the black hand extortion crews came to New York City planting the seed for what would become the American mafia. That seed would be watered with the blood of honest hard working. Italians the black hand announced themselves to the world in August of nineteen thousand three on the sweltering morning of August. Third Wealthy Doc. Builder Niccolo. Capello found a letter in his mailbox with no return address. The letter read. If you don't meet us at Seventy Second Street and Thirteenth Avenue Brooklyn Tomorrow afternoon. Your House will be dynamited and your family killed the same fate awaits you. In the event of you're betraying our purposes to the police. It was signed Lomana. Nira the black hand below that a skull and crossbones niccolo decided to ignore it. He'd never heard of the group either in New York or in his hometown of Naples but then people started visiting him at his apartment friends acquaintances strangers all said that the threats were deadly serious and he had to pay. Niccolo was baffled. Everyone he knew seemed to be involved somehow and the letters kept coming. The threats could be graphic describing heinous acts against his wife and daughter and brutal torture to Niccolo himself soon. Niccolo decided he ought to pay the black hand he appeared the given address with the requested thousanddollars and for a little while the letters stopped. Niccolo and his family thought they were free a few days later a group of men arrived at the apartment who. Niccolo had never met before this time. They wanted three thousand dollars worth more than eighty thousand in today's money or he and his family would be killed but Niccolo didn't have the money. There was nothing he could do but live in terror. He told his family. They couldn't leave the house and he began opening the door with a gun drawn. No matter who was calling. Eventually he'd had enough Niccolo went to the police and they organized a simple sting. They went to the designated drop off. Point and rounded up the culprits. Five men were arrested convicted and sent to jail in another era. The black hands. Extortion might have been a niche problem within a few Italian American communities in the Yellow Journalism. Heyday of Nineteen O. Three however it made for great copy. The Herald Tribune broke Nikoloz story and soon the evening news picked it up running the headline cowers in fear of black hand. Within weeks millions around the country had heard of the criminal organization the NYPD meanwhile had picked up another black hand case this time a kidnapping just a day before. Nicholas was targeted on August. Second nineteen o three eight year old Antonio Menino was wandering around Brooklyn when he saw a local candy shop and went inside when he emerged. A family friend was waiting for him. They walk down the street together and the two disappeared days later. The Nino's received a terrifying letter from the black hand saying they would have to pay or their child would be killed. The Marinos went to the police who directed then to who else patrocino initially the department. Managed to keep Tony's kidnapping out of the papers but as the situation stretched on for months the media became obsessed with finding the boy petrous. Sinoe had built quite a reputation. As new. York's top sleuth. After twenty years on the force he had formed strong connections in little Italy. Tony Menino threatened everything he had spent his life. Working for. Petrous Zeno instructed the Marinos to give nothing the more money. The black hand received the more they would want. He was confident that by working his contacts and waiting for the hand to make a mistake he could crack the case but the black hand had learned from Niccolo copy yellow they never sent a high level operative to a pickup point in the Menino. Kept getting graphic letters. Nationwide black hand paranoia was building as more and more people received threatening letters of their own in Manhattan. It was fast approaching boiling point in October of Nineteen O. Three a rumors circulated in East Harlem that the black hand would burn down public school. One seventy two if they weren't paid hundreds of terrified parents stormed the school trying to get their children out. He angry mob battered against the thick wooden doors. Bending the wood almost until it broke only the intervention of the principal at the last moment prevented the destruction of the school. He told the crowd there was nothing to worry about. There had been no letter. The whole thing was a hoax. The black hand may not have been going after. Ps One seventy two. But they were all too real. Throughout the fall of nineteen o three more and more children disappeared and homemade bombs started going off in Italian neighborhoods throughout the city as FA- Little Tony Menino. His parents were fed up. After months of no progress. They cut their contract with Patrocino and the rest of the police and paid off the kidnappers. Tony was returned head. Sinoe had been defeated by the black hand. Winning the next battle seemed impossible. The black hand had little organization to infiltrate there were already dozens of copycats around the nation and the ringleaders could always had back to Italy. If things got too hot Petrosyan Oh must have spent many late nights playing violin and Melania Tova by the summer of nineteen o four. He had a plan. Only Italian cops could successfully work with the Italian community and he couldn't keep doing it all by himself he was going to create a new arm of the NYPD called the Italian squad but Tammany Hall backed police. Chief William mcadoo didn't agree with Petra. Xenos idea the all powerful political machine relied almost exclusively on Irish votes and they knew their constituents resented the growing Italian population so Petra. Sinoe went to his closest friends in town. The press over dinner one night so it's a local restaurant. He told her reports a friend that the black hand had become a massive threat to civil society and that he would need a squad of at least twenty native speaking officers to stop them. Petrous Sinoe hope that public pressure would be enough to convince mcadoo to give him the squad. Bolstered by the media outcry he walked into the chiefs office to ask for the squad himself. The chief protested that it would be a waste of money. No matter who the COP was Italians would never trust the police but that would have to change eventually. As the summer of nineteen o four grew hotter the black hand became increasingly brazen on August twenty. Second Nineteen Oh four. A in new Rochelle named Joseph Grafitti was murdered. His heart cut in half with a knife. Meanwhile wealthy bronx contractor Antonio Baron Cini was extorted for months after. His wife was kidnapped when he finally paid her captors. Mrs Baron Cini was returned the same summer. An explosive destroyed a grocery store New York. His wife was maintained the blast the press was a buzz with black hand. Fever and Petra was at his wit's end his people were being murdered kidnapped and blown up in the streets and he had no Italian politicians or superiors to appeal to often months of public outcry Tammany Hall relented. They realized it was no longer in their political interest to let the chaos continue even if the Italians were not their base on September fourteenth police. Commissioner Macadoo gave petrous Zeno his mandate he could hire five men of his choice to the Italian squad. Patrocino hunted Manhattan and Brooklyn for the best Italian cops. He could find. I was Maurice. Spano eel a French Irishman who had grown up in literally and was famous for busting opium dens. He had been on the force almost as long as Petra. Sinoe then came twenty-seven-year-old Peter Done Darrow. A dapper and well-spoken cop. Who would soon earn a scar across his face from a brutal fight with vagrant Jorge Silva and John Lego Messini rounded out the squad. Along with UGO cassidy a loose cannon with dubious ethics. He asked to be referred to by the anglicised name. Hugh Cassidy in honor of his hero. The outlaw butch cassidy and maybe google was onto something. The early nineteen hundreds. Were still a wild west. In many parts of America even would seem in its largest city. It was up to them to play cops to some of the most vicious robbers the world had ever known a reporter from the evening weld cooled the new Italian squad. The mysterious six soon a legend was born despised by their peers. The six had to forge their own way initially operating out of Petra. Xenos cramped apartment then taking over an abandoned storefront in little Italy. Critics derided the units as a publicity stunt. What could six men to for an immigrant population? Rife with crime whose numbers were doubling every year but from the beginning Petra told his men and the press that they were waging a war for the hearts and minds of the Italian community. He was fighting for everything he believed in for his new country which had brought him to heights he never could have dreamed of and for the. Little Italy he had worked to build and preserve. Patrocino was ready for war. Unfortunately for him. So was the black hand. Thanks again for listening to kingpins. Join US next week. As we explore a city on fire and Joseph Petra Xenos doomed journey to Sicily where his legend would be put to the ultimate test. You can find more episodes of kingpins and all other park cast originals for free on spotify not only to spotify already. Have all of your favorite music but now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy. All of your favorite podcast originals. Like kingpins for free from your phone. Desktop or smart speaker to stream kingpins on spotify. Just open the APP and type kingpins in the search bar and don't forget to follow us on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at Parkas network. We'll see you. Next time king bins was created by Max Cutler and is a podcast studios original executive producers. Include Maxon Ron Cutler sound designed by Karie Murphy with production assistance by Ron Shapiro Carly Madden and Travis Clark. 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I'm like 'cause you don't understand because when you get to that moment when you've got a gun in your mouth sitting in your fucking Bentley and what's thirteen zeroes in your bank account. You don't give up. People don't have empathy for other people. They don't know the biggest issue is not having like where people get caught his not having anything or having too much the same side of the coin hundred percent. Yeah but back like if you're not positive for yourself it's pretty much a rap and the biggest thing. I try to tell people that are like when they hear that. Hit me up sometimes GONNA get interesting. You told me not to listen to anybody else. But what if I'm telling myself I'm a piece of shit like the answer to that always? Is You arc? Somebody put that in your fucking head accepted it. You're pessimistic father. Put that in your head. You're older sister who hates life. Put that in your head. Somebody instilled that. Shit your head the second you realize that you don't hate yourself somebody else. Put your head the second you start carbon that shit out of your brain cancer if you are shitting on yourself that is not your natural state you were not born or built to actually think fuck and suck you. Don't you've actually parroted parrot? Johnny? You've parented somebody else's voice so many view unfortunately are in ecosystems a family members and people close to you who built insecurity in you from the get and I'm your to fuck and take it out. I am here to take it out but fred. You don't fuck and suck your fucking awesome. You did carve. That should add to your brain mess much. Sean got the answers for Dole. Mamata Turbie patients defend the ground. And so they come. We'll come pick on ride to decide said and soon it's time time company. You stood Tom. Microsoft Microsoft needs to look back at what happened with playstation when they excuse me with xbox when they kind of went outside of where you expected them to go and executed extremely well in a way they went and I think the acquisition of blinked in was a win. I think that's the one I think the company's pretty hot and so right now I would. I would be looking at Ott. Like why can't Microsoft be a significant competitor to Amazon prime? Hulu like like I think the M is like a huge Ott platform. They've got plenty of money. When you linked in you could do a huge like world of just linked in when you own xbox you can do a huge original programming just on east sports so my hot take for them is starting not call at the tripled down on East sports and business and I'm sure they own a ton other shit. I don't even know that would do really well and I think it would be the kind of thing that all of a sudden thing about how it works with her. Now they got the surface writer and things of that nature. You've got you've got your house of cards you've got your big hit and now it's now the original now you've got people fucking on it. The best series and now season. Two's exclusively on the surface and now using content to drive your hardware business. So I don't I only have surface level knowledge of Watson but Watson feels to me like a true election Google home competitor like I feel like they could make a voice type thing where they can humanize the Watson like maybe device looks like a face. Max Headroom you may be too young guys but who will it and so for me. Ibm's places if Watson so smart why not make the voice device play? Because I think that will be one of the biggest biggest plays and they IBM can do Google and Microsoft and Amazon and facebook. What they did to them with winning voice so dangerously close to winning. I don't think people understand how much they use fucked with them right before the phone went on fire it was right there and I still think deep buried in there. There is a underlining Gen Z. Zuma I think are very open to embrace a non apple product in the US because apple to them is the fucking establishment. And I think Samsung has the most permission they did. A lot of smart stuff with Casey Stat. I think that they need to go back to those roots that I think they've gone away from here a little bit because they went on defense with the phone on fire and I think I go on offense I would make a commercial. It's like you think are fucking phone was on fire last time. We're really on fire. Now look at this. I would literally come out with something called the Samsung Fire. Own Your own fucking joke taken like take on your own fucking joke. It's my favorite move in highschool. They're gonNA make funding for braces own. It they're gonNa make fun of you for acne own it once you take from them you own it. They don't and so that's what I would do. If I'm Samson I would literally come out with the best innovative phone. We could possibly put out gold project fire and then just fucking own the whole fire story. He's a really good ideas. Jesus so I think fashion brands need to really think about collaborations youth culture. Lotta tick tock of finding their off white there sean. There there Kendrick Kendrick their cognac. There Travis Scott there. Joey fresh like they need to find collaborations. Because I don't think just sneakers. I think there's a crazy collaboration collaboration with Calvin Klein and a very attractive man and woman for underwear like we saw with Marky mark. Back and Kate Moss back. In the day I think a real heavy collab- with like whoever the kind of cultural twenty year olds sex symbols are but not the way they've done it for the last eight to ten years where it's like Bieber or Haley will be the face of the brand no no collab- where like all of a sudden we've seen the first innovation on underwear like the band is different where the pockets are different or like just something neat that has collapsed with the creative director. That is that person and like you know. That's what I would probably do and I was really focused on talk. I was Calvin Klein. Think winning youth culture when your brand is imperative if you're fashion brand that markets to thirty and under you should be spending an uncomfortable your money on ticked up. Even apple will not be like perceive has established innovate. But they haven't done that. That's my biggest gripe with the current. Ceo fucking innovate video games too. I can't believe apple's not a real player if jobs are still round. They'd probably have a stand alone. Hand-held council that fucking Bloomberg's mind like a switch for two fucking twenty six year olds because that's what he fucking did. Hey guys at-at Sherman. I'm an entrepreneur a garrison of my best friends for fifteen years. You want to have made New York Pizza Hunt and fish club White Horse Tavern. So you're gonNA see a video now of all of us in. Paterson New Jersey last week. So Gary and I took a trip out there. He went to friends. Envy his partner. Caesar opinion we took our friend. Dj Clue with us Envy and Cesar are doing these wonderful wonderful Seminars where teaching their community how to invest in themselves how to invest in real estate and kind of demystifying the process of real estate ownership. So many people seem to think that it's beyond their grasp to own their own properties and to own their own apartments in their own homes and they're really show their kind of breaking that myth the showing people how ownership is possible even with low to medium incomes. Gary and I found that really interesting sort of clue. We want to take a trip out there and see what they're doing and take a look at some of these communities and see about you know maybe investing in these projects because it's really interesting to us to invest in these properties that provide housing opportunities for people that are starting out just like we did all these years ago so We saw great things. We're we're thinking really heavily about getting into this and For me personally with everything I heard because I've never been a conservative investor. I might consider to part of my life is me the human and my business and then I'm investing I've been actually a pretty hardcore gambler. High risk reward the one thing that has my tension quite a bit here is. There's two things one is Jersey itself Jersey itself as Jersey boy. Just kind of on my mind as I'm going into the next chapter and two I think Jersey's next when it comes to Brooklyn so like Maplewood got crazy in the last decade right so one of the things that I'll be looking for in this process besides really trying to help in any way I can. Actually this is all very warm room. Obviously starting the most with is do I think Rutherford is the next Bushwick or which one is it? Newark is really interesting to me. The bones of Newark and six hundred thousand people. It's at three thirty. That's interesting to me like and then I just haven't done the homework and obviously you guys have done a lot more like what's the there's a little part of me that's like what makes it fun for me is just deciding it's the caucus and then just making secaucus lick coming as to how five. Am WAKE UP. Four thirty five eighty five am we cup. Atlanta last Yadi clue in quick shower. Several calls meetings went out to Paterson New Jersey. Sh- secret shit now going to meeting with a potential clients an APM workout to your uncle. Try to remind me to get a little iphone video to work out and that will be our Monday. Mush bill checked out on this president's Day. I'm just not about that. Abraham Lincoln George Washington can't say Washington Fucking Work March twenty sixth finally. I am coming through to Edmonton. It hasn't been this cronk since Gretzky was on the Ice Edmonton Canada March. Twenty sixth me given the keynote. Cuny with you. The State of the Union of Entrepreneurship Marketing and business information blow. I hope to see you there. Do all these kids raised veteran environment that you raised in your give it a more things and then you see all these DMZ these kids and they actually resented it it. Would it would make the majority of people that are listening right now. That are high net worth and are paying for kids stuff. They're fourteen to twenty five. It would make them shiver at the core to know what their kids actually think of them. As here's incredible thing this was a very emotional moment for me. Yesterday I was at the gym yesterday at eight thirty PM because I was in Atlanta in the morning couldn't do my normal workout president's Day weekend so nobody was eight thirty PM in Kim right here at Equinox across my office and not a lot of people that are big it really funny talking about admiration on both sides huge bulky guy big but big is he's like throwing up like one twenty five arms anyway. Sure enough I'm leaving. And he grabs me. Hey Big Fan. I just wanted to ask you. Do you have any business any job opportunities and before it? Same thing you know. I don't want to lie to You. Like and he looks twenty seven to me which is twenty four to thirty two. He says to me. I'm in bodybuilding and fitness competed. I'm from Spain and I don't want to lie to you like my parents have been taken care of me and I don't WanNa do that anymore and when I tell you my heart. Yeah yeah the meant so much to me like not only does it get it because he was a fan of new my stuff that I am saying and talking about things that very few people are talking about because I'm reading these comments and making observations. I don't think are obvious nonetheless. What to your question? These kids resent their parents and believe that they can't do anything. They are. One hundred percent zoo animals. You go take the biggest higher in the in the zoo of any zoo in America and you put her into wild third dead in a minute and that's the children were racing. We're taking care of them. Why keep telling hood kids like you've got the advantage you think it's a machine is suppressing you but the Internet because the Internet doesn't know our backgrounds it just like if you make music if you may content t shirts like they don't know if you're good there's nobody stopping you. The system used to be against you. Now it's like reverse now college parents. Dad's friend has a job waiting for the kid. Cool like as somebody who's been on the other side of that that kids going nowhere in that organization. The kid knows it. The biggest thing that parents are delusional to is kids. Now they know they're gonNA sell and they're mad at the people that built zoo and the person that built zoos their parents higher one my name is CNN. I would project management paid media buyer. And now I'm going to say what's on my desk. Let's go so this is my corner. That's Gary's office. It's generally super hectic but I'm GONNA show it's all might want to start with on with as a star wars geek with my bb eight huge star wars guy as you guys know pulling from offices directions. We have a bb nine e. and BB. You can't just have the good to have both get out of here onto the next one. We have this clean guy as you can see. It's all clean so we have this Gary it's a mindset game because it is a mindset game and you gotTa Clean Your Shit and this is a fan made Lego of me with vader media. Sign on it. I don't know how much you care about me. I think I have one. I think my mom said this. That looks pretty. Good in the last part is I'm again the health geek so this is a fight something weird. I don't WanNa get six. I bring my flow if you know what? This is your last one again. I said there's a lot of shit going on around here so I got close my ears and like as Gary Says Jason can play the clip. I can't hear you gotta play this. I can't hear you so you've got to focus can't hear you and the last part. This is a very very important part. I on my basketball so when I'm bored I just play around with it and if I wanNA move around I can do this. It's a standing desk. You move around if you board you. Just walk around muck around with Jason You. Say What's up to Gary? And then his mind this and hopefully that's the best desk forever episode seven my like number. You know everything that I showed. You is really valuable to me around the office. These no steel Mesh. Thanks for having me our shoes on on a new anytime. I mean he's always twenty four seven to pleasure from everything we're we're we got the best Geek. He loves this culture morning breathing as do I and like we don't want anything from nobody. That's what everyone's. Why is this happening? Like different people. Business people even the labels like fucking with you. I'm like because I don't want anything from them. You're trying to sign them in on their life. I'm trying to fucking put money and exposure in their pocket. Zubec- obligated start records league. Listen IF I decide. I want to be scared to do it. And by the way if the more love you give that by the time we do that everyone's GonNa WanNa come but I'm not even thinking about that right now. We liked being agnostic. That's why one thirty seven so for us. We're about to make that. I promise like the freshman list or other. Shit like give us twenty four months. Everyone's going to be because it scale 'cause I'm busy. I don't get to do this that much. But like if we want to give love to key lock or something or you like we got a platform now to do it at scale. Hey Bunch of b-roll. I'm sure. Today's Tuesday Tuesday. Good Dave operational meetings not much else to say good day. Five o'clock just fucking getting ready to get everything mark. Let's fucking I'm just landed. Set of South Lockwood good Don't have anybody over with me. I'm in La. A meeting. Just got a senior leadership meeting just keeping up log life. What's up blog? Just a bunch of meetings in the teller productive day operational to our yard leadership team here the four or five other Newton in meetings storms in the meetings of friends new friends heading to a client thing with one thirty seven. Pm and pure while DOT COM or gallery media cube and excited just kind of live in the entrepreneurial executive life like I do which is fun and enjoying we be. I really appreciate that you guys doing bringing a lot of value to a lot of people see him talking about getting back on the train which is a lot of fun you always trying to eliminating friction from your end user and weekly is bringing a lot of value. So thank you and I'll keep doing it. Meeting with a bunch of sports athletes going to a couple of meetings report. Moise blogging her on my Wayne how to query platform maybe some super bowl ads hearing about it. Just the banner exa offices which are so. It's going and a couple of hours. La's been productive kind of managing managing world right now from email and taxed and poke holes. Do that quite a bit. So it's meeting life but on the road instead of in my office all right just got done with very quickly meeting. I can't tell you shit about it. Nothing I can't tell you anything about blog. Zero Zero Zero Zero Hey. It's Mike Lloyd from the Monday Monday. Podcast amply Lewis. And would you're about to watch is a meaning. Gary Head with pink sweats last week. There's a lot more money than me. But I'm the entrepreneur work on your entrepreneur seabourn entrepreneur for like I want to add ration- I want to bring the most now with music stuff every five and you must get it. 'cause I'm busy doing a lot of ship every day. I GET THREE PEOPLE. Meaningfully say like everybody makes album. Everything's for a record label. Everybody thinks I'm like give them up to one of the four things that Matters Society. I think so look. I'm more like thirteen years old. Oh Shit antiquing went out of business. I'M GONNA five brand of the Buddhist. I'm not against it but it's definitely one out so transition. Let me tell you one. Fifteen to twenty five year old in America that function to find that the worst. It's easiest like magazines and everything. That's why I've got that. Just because that's like saying like they say that will get episode to Rank Cabbie. Doing just fine liked soundcloud rappers profitably day. Like you know what I mean for me. It's that's the kind of ran has to do something with champion back somebody in the next fifty years whether it's tomorrow over thirty one years from now is going to do it proper. Mtv should spotify people will get out actually work. Mtv should have been should've been spot stuff over what happened him. Huckabee Delta Life Head into New York tomorrow around here. Hey I got two seconds. You've gotten into yet okay. So what we're going to talk about a little bit today. I mean you guys are without me is I really really need to fix painter media to be team Gary and so you think you're seeing a lot of smoke on this so in the most awesome Safeway. I'm trying to decide who in this room needs to go and be in the creative department at Bainer and you need to decide if that's good for you for two excited about that and so everybody had slept subtle conversations with you. I've already been game planning on my very ivory tower point of view of like watching you guys from afar. It's a pretty epic opportunity from the standpoint. But you have to kind of decide. It's like I'm GonNa try to make it as unbelievable reuse possible because you're my inner circle of like his value to go in there for eighteen. Twenty four months is dirty option to then come back what I will say is. If you're going to Andy we'll go through and then we'll go through it all together if you go in. It's got to be minimum twelve months like if you go there a month and you're like fuck and you realize how awesome it was like a kid but I love said like he's way better than rick that kind of stuff so but I definitely need to impact the agency and the best way for me to do. That is the impact it with the people that go. And guess what you're the people that know so it's not like like if you're like super pumped about it not going to hurt my family so I'm saying this because I don't want you to be scared me like and be like pumped either way. I think there's a real impact at all you can make and this is really important moment. Like we're on the cusp. And the thing that's missing is created department. That looks like you at the maker level. That goes up for a lot of you. I think this could be a huge opportunity. A lot of learnings. We talk like it's a lot slower out there than it is. Here you could buy. The other thing is it can lead to a career path. That might be something you want. I like you guys know from my perspective. Everybody just needs to find their happiness. If your happiness is to be a creative director and the number one creative agency in the world in six years and make to ninety three twenty and let me tell you right now you better really consider this one right now because that's going to be by far the easiest path for that so really exciting time like didn't want to see. I wanted to jump because I didn't want you want somebody else to deliberate news of like. Hey I'm in a mental place. Right now where. I'm okay with more than half of this team going into the machine because we need it and I think you're impact could be enormous and I think four seventy percent of that group. It could be disproportionately like thing to do. And last night I was thinking of like let me create a trigger that also if they're fifty fifty which probably at some level everyone could be. What's the trigger like okay? Twelve minimum most likely eighteen months. You can come back if you want. What does that mean very frankly no question? There's probably some pay bump that comes along with that going into the machine so that's some real talk to you me. So that's the. That's the gist shoes on water hose. They could fail suicide. That was fun. You know what you know what it is I care about I care about people I care about. I'm comfortable in my environment. That's how I like to communicate plenty. People get frustrated with me of like. You're interrupting this and that but I also like I know you don't I care about like on so somebody doesn't like the interrupting. The good news is like I said in the podcast today. There's unlimited options. I know there's a lot of people who actually learn this way and in that. Chaos is the breakthrough continue work. Thank you it's fucking real real again you well. I'm great. Thank you so much for the comments or this place is awesome cool right. Yeah you have time for questions. We'll go ahead. You know. Waste time so I wanted to know what is the right balance between spending money on things you white versus giving back to the people that have impacted our life for these lies. You like to make that decision. It's no different than the coin. Don't let anybody judge you. You want to buy a fucking pirates. You want piracy epic. You want to give back to your can't because she helped you epic. There is no wrong call. There's only your call the fact that you even ask. The question means you're intense and a good place. You've actually already won that game. Now take all the opinions out and it's over your welcome. Peyton if you want a bigger challenge and win the Super Dad's police by. We've gotta go in this meeting. Thank you so much. I love it so good the by every. I've never told the story. I know plus chip in the history of my life. The apex of my athletic ability is literally baseball. Actually have to go to Colonia New Jersey. I threw out eight people in a little league game. And they put a plaque in the in the clubhouse and in high school I went and was still there. I will literally literally this summer. The three of US Louis Pat will. We'll make some baseball content. Friday could week. You know didn't have film person with me a lot of this week. Super Weird Hope. This was a good week. Levy for you guys You know it's like you know these videos I make for this can work it like. I hope that it's showing. How much of an executive I am at some level because I think it helps clean a fuller picture like I'm thrilled to be a motivational speaker and entrepreneur evoking invest like. I'm an operator and I love that. And so what? I do all the time always you. Don't don't apologize when studio with your guy or chopping. We ordered with chilling some chicken wings. We're feeling delicious as we in. Today's podcast I want to give a huge shout out to the people you know. It's so funny. People that leave reviews and written reviews of this podcast on Apple spotify and all the other platforms just mean the world to me. You've taken an extra thirteen to ninety five seconds to show love and also give context that people why this is worthwhile podcast so I appreciate that so much and even more fun because I think we all love a little cosigner shoutout or little awareness I'm going to have the team. Give a couple of shoutouts daily on our favorite views so dean take it away which were favorites this week. Thanks Gary today's reviews Russian Russian. Thank you and the best written by Moody to Seventy Five In Yours. Truly deals say. Thank you for your thoughts brother. Gary things differently one. Listen and you will too for the hustlers and the closers. My favorite Gary Ism so far shoveling picture as a kid taught me that. I'm not afraid of anything. And secondly Gary is such g spitting straight fire. This podcast is a game changer. Packed follow wisdom. 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"You're listening to the cats round. Am Nine seventy. theanswer. Morning New York. This is early edition of the cats roundtable giving you send bay mornings hot us with us this morning, J. P. Villa. With the Empire Report Dot Org and we have. Frank. Marino. Calling in from Cape May McCabe's. Roberts from. The studio and Brian Zagan from the studio and I drank catch. Matiz and. Good morning jp what's going on in the World Morning John the? Big News on empire? Report New York Dot Com this morning is the front page story in the. New York Times New Yorkers are fleeing to the suburbs quote. The demand is insane in July John. There was a one hundred twelve percent increase in Westchester. A seventy three percent increase in home sales in Fairfield County. At the same time the number of property sold the Manhattan was down fifty six percent. So people in New York are moving with their feet to the suburbs. It's increasing rather than decreasing Steve Blown Suffolk. County had a press conference on Friday. Talking about four, hundred, twenty, five thousand New Yorkers living in Suffolk county right now traditionally, the all come back. By Day but I don't think they're coming back registering their kids in schools out here Frank Marino. What do you think we're good morning John Good Morning JP. Find Interesting is Manhattan housing prices which never go down I have now started to go down and at the same time the price of buying a house in a place like the Hamptons or any part of eastern Suffolk County he's up to one, hundred, ninety, two percent. So these stories of New Yorkers leaving it's much more than just anecdotes stories in the New York. Times. The New York Post people really are. Fleeing as you point out, not only they registering their kids in schools out there but with businesses, no longer requiring workers to show up as much less incentive for living New York people are fed up with the crime and fed up with the fact that in Long Island Westchester, Orange County Rock, you can go to a restaurant and dying indoors when in new. York City. You can't. We just opened the museums on. Last week. So I I think people are getting fed up job. I I do believe the people getting fed up people asked me Kathy. Wild asked me. What does it take to to move back and I said look. The streets have to be safe. People don't want to walk around in unsafe streets and and the mayor the city council has tied the policemen's. Hands they put the police in handcuffs. As I say, instead of putting criminals in an crops enough is enough put these criminals back into rikers island and at least what. The criminals that that use guns and knives to threaten people were also eager to see what happens if the mayor's planned layoffs of twenty, two thousand workers does through if some of those workers include sanitation I mean you could see a situation where New York City which has already gotten a bit dirtier over the course of the last few months. If we start cutting back on sanitation John you're GonNa see just pandemic Phil? Frank the big lie. He hired thirty five thousand workers and he's off twenty two. Why don't you lay off to part of the thirty five year higher and that is threatening to? Instead of threatening to layoff policemen and Sanitation Workers A. It's a threat to the American citizens to New York citizens, and it's part of the big lie. There's nothing like government accounting is job. Nothing like it. I like to hear what Moore has to say what the heck is going. Well when we talk about people leaving the city or or not coming back, that's just GonNa leave opportunity for me to move in. You know I can't afford two thousand a month. And what kind of job do you have to have to be able to afford some like that? Anyway. So I'm kind of you know I'm kind of looking forward to you know maybe a thousand dollars a month for rent in New York City because I can't afford to live here. So the people who you guys are referring to who are leaving the city. Those are you guys, friends you know Frank Marino. He's he's a you know yacht type of guy, those his pound. True. Not True. You know first of all a lot of those people are leaving especially if you look at what Mayor de Blasio said Friday about the need to increase taxes on the upper middle class. But these are in Staten Island, middle class and upper middle class families that are fleeing New York City, not only the cost of living. Out of Control and look I'm a New Yorker tried and true I'm going down with the ship no matter what happens but you add in Jiu the fact that nobody can afford to live here but the fact that nothing's open and the fact that crime is rising almost every precinct in the city this is not just an exodus of wealthy people you're seeing the middle class flee just as well and the middle class like it or not we. Can Be Glib here. But the middle class is the backbone of our city and these people are getting set up and murder I'm the you know I know you've been critical police overreached from time to time. But when you see the morale of police officers in the city, it's easy to understand why. So many of them now for this, this is my you know I, respect police but they should not. They should be mentally tougher, my my view and I say that with you know with the mutton most concerned for what they do and how dangerous the job is but come on, you have a gun, you have the badge, you have the shield all this stuff that protects you, and then your morale gets a lowered because people are upset at how the police are treating people. It makes no sense to me. If you're in a position of power like that, you have to be expecting the pushback we're let. The mayor in the City Council won't say handcuffed up there. They threaten them that they can take away their pensions they're to. They're gonNA fire them, and it's horrible that they why should they enforce the law if they may lose their pension over it is their job that they signed up for it. Nobody forces you to go be a cop. You sign up for the. I mean I, I think the rules of engagement and the rules of the game or a lot different when a lot of these people joined the force as opposed to what we've seen in the last few months. But New York's not the only place where we're seeing an uptick in crime not Chicago Washington DC. But if you look at what's happening in Portland and In Kenosha Wisconsin, it seems to be a nationwide phenomenon frank and Kenosha. The violence was caused by four out of state vehicles coming in and stirring the pot would violence who is paying these people and I command that the that the federal government finds out who these people are, who's paying them to violence in our communities. I WANNA have a Brian Jane from new. Jersey has to say, I think what's going on in Wisconsin John is absolutely disgraceful I read a report that the governor they're actually looking at possibly try to recall the Democrat governor in there and as far as New Jersey I mean, you sent us an article this morning John, I think we'll get into it in a bit about voting fraud taking place Particularly in New Jersey and it's really getting me nervous going into the twenty twenty election here at star I mean like I said, new, Jersey's probably going to go blue anyway. But just looking at that as something that may be going on around the country with what's happening with his steal the vote effort cheat by mail getting really concerned listen one voter every person. Vote. Now, John, can I get in here because this is my partner Brian this is my radio partner here he he doesn't usually get the talk, but this guy is so scary last week you said something. Bryant you said that would if somebody tampers with your ballot if you sent one in and you're so concerned about that, I think you're being a little bit alarmed see I don't think anybody wants to tamper with you but I don't think. So did you read the article John Centers from the New York Post over the weekend about me house doesn't work my way down so I can't get it. That's you know how to reach me. No, he's also if I didn't get it I think it's intentional that I didn't get it so you can't blame me for that but. I don't think a blue state is worried about your one conservative vote because they already know they're going to get their people to sit in the votes anyway. So states like New Jersey. I don't see why you'd be concerned Brian all this crying. You're doing all this. I'm so scared, I my they crumple up my ballot in, throw it out. I. Don't know what to do. That's not what it's about. It's about fraudulent voting. It's about about people gathering thousands and thousands of fraudulent votes and shoving it through the system. Exactly. That's what it's about for retail. Research on after you do your research on it then you can talk about it. In if people look at the story that's in today's New York Post by John Levin that he has this unnamed. Political insider that says he's done this voting fraud particularly mail in voting for all over. New Jersey City Paterson New Jersey other cities, and look I I know people think New Jersey New York it doesn't matter what happens because there are blue states. The reality is there's a lot of local races that are very competitive and a lot of congressional races which could actually determine who controls the outcome of the House of Representatives. You have four district in in new, Jersey that are occupied by Democrats that Donald. Trump won. That are going to be very competitive all so John Can I ask you a question system is marked. So you know the system I know you're from the south. Yeah what what they've been doing is filling in a whole school bus a voters. Not. They not voting boots of the voting districts that Daiki they control and they take that bus from this voting district that voting district and you end up having ten votes on on that bus for the day ten votes for each person on the bus right? So so we will be a solution 'cause you know would be a direct something tangible I can wrap my mind around because you know I'm thinking not everybody this is America. People are for the most part good heart I. Don't think there's that much fraud going around. So what would we attend? Is. It's the bureaucratic mess that is handling thousands of of ballots by now the solution is encouraging in person early voting instead of melon voted to this year. Well at least my have thrown me. Mellon voting in other words, people request. A mail in ballot that registered as a request not like one of my people I talked about last week that got mail in ballot and send it in, and then when voted anyway now, if one hundred thousand votes show up who's going to double check that the person voted versus sent in the mail in ballot. Celik. Now, what did he do that? Whoever this person is what are they? All you know the person why did they do that? What is it? You know the person? Well. Let's take a break and let's come right back. Gotham city had bad bad New York City has the cat man you're listening to the cats round. Am Nine. Seventy, theater. The morning new. York work part two of the early edition of the cash roundtable. JP Miller. Is going on. Thank you. John another big story on Empire Report New York Dot Com. That's Kinda. Dubbed tailing with the wealthy fleeing the city is to Blasi. Oh, Mayor de Blasio on the book Brian Lehrer Show said helped me tax the wealthy helped me redistribute wealth helped me build affordable housing in white communities. If you want desegregation, he is getting criticized for calling on higher taxes on the wealthy as they're leaving the city wh what is the group? Well. I'll tell you why is mayor de Blasio in the last six months we have almost killed New York. City question is, why is Mayor de Blasio doing that he's term limited Maybe. He wants to maybe he wants to replace. Bernie, Sanders, Bernie Sanders not around anymore I frank. Why else is the Blasio doing this? He's New York City is going down the tubes look John I. Think you hit the nail on the head in terms of being an element of political pandering here. But this is something that the mayor trots out whenever there's a lack of options. Remember this was originally his plan to pay for universal. PRE-K was a millionaires tax. This was his plan to pay for this plan to pay for that I i. think it's you know a convenient excuse that he goes to the mayor knows as Kathy Wild and the business community pointed out him many times that the wealthy have the most opportunity to leave the. City you know without you know suffering any negative consequences they can move to places like the Hamptons Westchester Pennsylvania, Florida tomorrow So I I mean. It strikes me is incredibly short sighted I. AM curious John About what we're hearing from the city's Teacher's Union and the Principles Union regarding the possible reopening at schools on. September. Tenth the mayor to his credit in my view has gone forward with his plan for getting the kids back in school. He said look if classrooms aren't ready do outdoor classes, the teachers unions upset the principles union says we're not ready I'm curious John. Do. You think we can get these kids back in school comes September tenth. I think we should take every precaution. Possible. But I think the schools have to open. New York City has to open the restaurants have to open. The museums have to open. You know and maybe not the theaters maybe not not the movie theaters excetera but but. Be We have to be. Preventative and whatever. For you can we pump the brake for a second because now I see why you like frank because he tried to give you a little escape rope. He tried to get you out of danger there because he tried to switch topping. So me real quick I wanted to know what is the big problem with taxing you rich guys you. You trillionaires out there making all this money for knowledge cast. What's wrong with Japan? You know a couple you know Marvel Melia. We already paying one percent mark do your research one percent of New Yorkers up paying fifty percent of the taxes. Deal Ram, Damn. Still. John Dame but if you're Byu abused us, you've you abused us will move out and when we move out, we'll take our businesses with us and then nobody will have jobs. You know why you're GonNa have you have you gone through downtown Detroit and see what it looks like? No, I'm not going. I don't WanNa. WELL YOU WANNA turn New York into downtown Detroit. Well, we'RE NOT GONNA. Let it happen. We'll already know why you guys won't leave a happen mark I know why you're not gonNA leave. You Got Roots here you got you got little Italy. You've probably got a little grease somewhere in the city you're not gonNA. Take that we're going to take New York back when I can elect the socialist turned into Venezuela. GonNa let them turn it into downtown Detroit. Okay you. You don't pay just you know a couple Mo-. Million just a couple of million. Just give me a couple of mill. You can't do that. The wealthiest verdict gotten tax increase as a result of the federal tax reform that limits their deductions, state and local taxes. So they're already paying more you know and the people like John have been willing to stick it out a lot of other people either can't afford to or they don't have the desire to you never need to fire frank he's he's a he's your God never fire frank. I. Started that we are paying. We are paying remember the number I just gave you one percent pay almost fifty percent of the taxes you know what do you WanNa? Do you know equal? Why. Would you Boston Tea Party was fought for? Well, you know I think that you have more. Weight et. gestion was on unattached roundtable are eight hundred addition. We've got PAT foy from the MTA and F. Fourteen billion dollars short. Now let me tell you. A forty four. They want federal help a forty four other states saying well, New Yorkers using the way they're spending the money. Well, let's help him out anyway. Well, you're the forty four states not that dumb. So my recommendation to Steve Moore. Brooklyn Party Jaw Brooklyn. Coffee Party. Protect coffee, throw it into the Hudson. River, will you just make sure you save save that cup? Saved me a cup. 'cause you're gonNA owe me one after the election. So just not forget that she just remember that. So if you got. Yourself totally distance. We all know that you'll be by yourself in New York Mark I. Know I'll have everything to myself in New York and it'll be good. It'll be great. Well respected from here, frank I mean look. Like the bad guy in wrestling I, love it. He just comes on the radio and people start booing. Derives on the heckle I. Love It. I'M GONNA Americans. That's what I am. Southern, we were at A. Young. Before we run out of gentleman, curious speaking of going back to school and money a lot of colleges are doing online only education come fall and they're charging full tuition. I'm curious about your reaction do you think this is an attempt to rip off the students and their parents? Are they still paying the professors everyman? You know I think it's wrong to. Charge full tuition for just giving me a report on the. On the computer but what's even worse frank you know what's even worse about to colleges. The colleges should allow. Equal discussion of left and right instead of not not allowing it what do you think about that? Yeah. Well, free speech seems to be something that's far too rare. These days not just a lot just on college campuses, but in the media and elsewhere. So I'm all for that if we can get back to a place where we Can Be. Hurt He. Hits should be allowed to hear both sides and let the kids make their own decisions. I. One hundred percent agree with the giant. I also I also. Race. Thank you I appreciate that. Damage, well, tour complaining about the cost of college even before the pandemic, and now a lot of people are saying you know it is you know people are going to college just Kinda for the Party and now you take the party out what's know why are people going and paying the big bucks to go? Yeah. Now that point lead at least emerge credit, he didn't do with the New York Metropolitans in the Milwaukee brewers in the Milwaukee. Bucks did he actually showed up to work today aside from the athletes making millions of dollars that you chose not to do their job because they wanted to protest the shooting of Jacob Ray here? I hear that Tartus on the line. Let's go to Curtis and with us this morning is my good friend Curtis Leila the general that runs the Guardian Angels and trying to protect some of the neighborhoods in the city of New York. Good Morning. How are you this morning? I couldn't be any worse mental shape because, John I'm watching city fall apart in front of the city that you love I love it. So many others but especially, it being turned over to the armed thugs in fact, I just came from a scene. A while back in Washington Heights in broad daylight, there was bracing shootout by individual who just like totally oblivious to their surroundings spend women. The elderly they just decided they would have shootout at the a OK corral. Actually they never hit their intended targets the COPS we're not able to respond in time. It's just another situation in which the criminals school, the streets and mayor nowhere to be found nowhere to be found in these situations, not just in the European inner city where violence has unfortunately been a way of. Life at times but also enabled said never before experienced filing cried like the upper west side of Manhattan. Where not only is there a total change in the quality of life due to the homeless and the emotionally disturbed doing warehouse empty hotels but they're actually they've been knife fight seven shootings. People are a mass exodus I. I've never seen so many moving vans in my life John. That's a tragedy There was a press conference. I asked Moran Not Cover. In Suffolk, county today with the Suffolk County executive and is four hundred, twenty, five, thousand New Yorkers in Suffolk County and they want to keep them. They don't want to go back. And you're moving I guess Towel Story Curtis thank you for what you do anything else. You WanNa tell them what percent for the time being. Yup Well, obviously, our elected officials at the police in command that pretty much told us were on our own. So I'm hoping more communities will reach out to us more people will telling the Guardian Angel so that we could at least make your community streets safe because. We can't wait. We can't wait any longer we we've got we've got to control audacity and our destiny starts with Public Safety John. Carter I suggest maybe you can hire some retired vets that have canister fan training or Iraq training that could help you protect the city of New York. And not under the restrictions. Politicians have given to police offices while you're absolutely right and able said I grew up in Brownsville east new. York where I started the Guardian Angels in the South Bronx DVD's veterans of the Iraq War Afghan campaign because there's so much gunfire this so many shell casings by and there's always the promise of gang members to drive by shootings for the first time John, we've never had that in our life never had drive by shootings. The shitty. Promising more retribution more of a cycle of violence. We could use all the help. We can get excellent ideas. Yeah. I'll thank you courtesy why and let's catch up again as soon as possible we'll keep fighting the good fight out there John Act you. This is the Catherine table we write back.

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