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Seattle - King County expanding education, enforcement of 'Safe Start' rules for restaurants, bars

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Seattle - King County expanding education, enforcement of 'Safe Start' rules for restaurants, bars

"New covert cases a day is prompted King County Public Health launched a new program to help restaurants and bars curb the spread of the virus. Dr. Patty Hes says cases have gone up since eateries open so under the new safe start for taverns and restaurants or star program Inspectors will educate businesses on nine safety guidelines, including mask use, setting up proceeding capacities, just food establishment owners to understand the safe start requirements during our face to operations. As well as identify and enforce where corrective action may be necessary, she says. Of the 423 taverns, coffee shops and restaurants they have inspected. The majority are in partial or full compliance. Businesses have three days to complexly, Don't they could face getting their permit suspended. Least one

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Big tech CEOs testify before Congress

KCBS 24 Hour News

03:25 min | 2 weeks ago

Big tech CEOs testify before Congress

"CEOs of the four biggest tech companies testified before the House Anti Trust subcommittee today to review the tech giant's business practices. Heads of Apple, Facebook, Google and Amazon have been answering questions as lawmakers continue to find ways to rethink federal antitrust laws for more key CBS News anchors anchors Jeff Jeff Bell Bell and and Patty Patty Rising, Rising, spoke spoke with with tech tech expert expert Josh Josh Constantine, Constantine, a a venture venture capitalist capitalist was was signal signal fire fire Josh. Josh. One One of of the the things things that that struck struck me me watching watching this this morning morning was was the the scope scope of of the the questioning, questioning, it it seemed seemed to to veer veer far far from from just just antitrust antitrust issues. issues. Absolutely. Absolutely. These These senators senators who who shall shall we we spend spend most most of of their their allotted allotted time time just ranting and trying to come up with spicy sound bites to rile up their base. There's very little of the time actually asking the questions and when they did, they ranged into conspiracy theories like anti conservative bias on social media as well. It's fears about China and how U. S. Tech companies are furnishing technology for the Chinese government. What is at stake here, Josh? I mean, what is the endgame for Congress today? Do they have specific proposals in mind? Absolutely. There are a number of major antitrust cases in the works Right now the government is levying against these companies. They deal with Amazon being uncompetitive against other partners that cell on its marketplace. Google showing its results for its own products above other Internet companies and competitors, Facebook buying companies and copying them instead of competing fairly on its own on DH Apple, using its APP store. Give to take a massive cut of revenue from APP developers. Okay, So if we look at this is political theater at the risk of being a little cynical here any outstanding performances today, either from the CEOs or from members of Congress. You know, I don't really want Oh, deemed the senators and representatives actions worthwhile. They wasted so much of their time and could have gotten real answers for the American people. So they don't really deserve to be. Ah, applauded for grandstanding. I do think that some of the major points Included the reveal that there were emails showing that Mark's October talked about you buying instagram as a way to take out a major competitors to neutralize the competitive threat, and that could Beats of the reopening of the case about whether the instagram the acquisition by Facebook for a $1,000,000,000 should have been allowed on whether Facebook and Instagram should be broken apart. If you handicap things. Which of the should one of these big companies be disassembled into little pieces? What do you think Which company would be the most likely Google's businesses range the widest span of different areas. Amazon is by far the most powerful. I think in the U. S economy right now, But Facebook is certainly the one with the most political. Will they get the most questioning the most iron from the public. And so I think that they're the biggest political football for representatives to kick If they can break up Facebook. They can say that they were a champion to their people, even though it might not solve a major problem of Facebook because its scale actually helps it to prevent foreign election interference in some of the other problem. So it's hard to say which will have the most regulation levied upon it, But we're definitely seeing more and more political will to do something against companies. And that's tech expert Josh Constantine, a venture capitalist with SIGNAL Fire. Fire.

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The Biggest Takeaways From the Big-Tech Antitrust Hearing

KCBS 24 Hour News

03:25 min | 2 weeks ago

The Biggest Takeaways From the Big-Tech Antitrust Hearing

"CEOs of the four biggest tech companies testified before the House Anti Trust subcommittee today to review the tech giant's business practices. Heads of Apple, Facebook, Google and Amazon have been answering questions as lawmakers continue to find ways to rethink federal antitrust laws for more key CBS News anchors anchors Jeff Jeff Bell Bell and and Patty Patty Rising, Rising, spoke spoke with with tech tech expert expert Josh Josh Constantine, Constantine, a a venture venture capitalist capitalist was was signal signal fire fire Josh. Josh. One One of of the the things things that that struck struck me me watching watching this this morning morning was was the the scope scope of of the the questioning, questioning, it it seemed seemed to to veer veer far far from from just just antitrust antitrust issues. issues. Absolutely. Absolutely. These These senators senators who who shall shall we we spend spend most most of of their their allotted allotted time time just ranting and trying to come up with spicy sound bites to rile up their base. There's very little of the time actually asking the questions and when they did, they ranged into conspiracy theories like anti conservative bias on social media as well. It's fears about China and how U. S. Tech companies are furnishing technology for the Chinese government. What is at stake here, Josh? I mean, what is the endgame for Congress today? Do they have specific proposals in mind? Absolutely. There are a number of major antitrust cases in the works Right now the government is levying against these companies. They deal with Amazon being uncompetitive against other partners that cell on its marketplace. Google showing its results for its own products above other Internet companies and competitors, Facebook buying companies and copying them instead of competing fairly on its own on DH Apple, using its APP store. Give to take a massive cut of revenue from APP developers. Okay, So if we look at this is political theater at the risk of being a little cynical here any outstanding performances today, either from the CEOs or from members of Congress. You know, I don't really want Oh, deemed the senators and representatives actions worthwhile. They wasted so much of their time and could have gotten real answers for the American people. So they don't really deserve to be. Ah, applauded for grandstanding. I do think that some of the major points Included the reveal that there were emails showing that Mark's October talked about you buying instagram as a way to take out a major competitors to neutralize the competitive threat, and that could Beats of the reopening of the case about whether the instagram the acquisition by Facebook for a $1,000,000,000 should have been allowed on whether Facebook and Instagram should be broken apart. If you handicap things. Which of the should one of these big companies be disassembled into little pieces? What do you think Which company would be the most likely Google's businesses range the widest span of different areas. Amazon is by far the most powerful. I think in the U. S economy right now, But Facebook is certainly the one with the most political. Will they get the most questioning the most iron from the public. And so I think that they're the biggest political football for representatives to kick If they can break up Facebook. They can say that they were a champion to their people, even though it might not solve a major problem of Facebook because its scale actually helps it to prevent foreign election interference in some of the other problem. So it's hard to say which will have the most regulation levied upon it, But we're definitely seeing more and more political will to do something against companies. And that's tech expert Josh Constantine, a venture capitalist with SIGNAL Fire. Fire.

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AMC, Universal Agree to Trim Theatrical Window Before Movies Go Online

KCBS 24 Hour News

03:13 min | 2 weeks ago

AMC, Universal Agree to Trim Theatrical Window Before Movies Go Online

"Who still don't want to go to the movie Theater will love this news. AMC theaters and Universal Pictures have agreed on an agreement to release Big Hollywood films. For home viewing much sooner than before. That would shorten the traditional gap between theatrical release in home release for Marquis, CBS News anchors Jeff Bell and Patty Rising, spoke with Stephen Gaydos, executive vice president of content of Variety magazine's Stephen, If I've got this right, traditionally, movie had to wait, what, 75 to 90 days before going to home entertainment platforms. Well, that's where we were at a few months ago. That's been a changing story over the years and to give you a comparison. It's not the same all over the world. The last time I checked before probe it The French had a two year what we call a window. So it was two years from the time a movie played in theatres before it could be streaming on your local TV. So what was the reasoning behind this? This was the exhibition industry trying to survive and feeling like if they had to compete with the home systems with the great, uh surround sound on the big screens and all the qualities of the Being at home and being comfortable, uh, that they couldn't survive. So I I believe I think their reasoning was. This is what we need to have Ah, theatrical movie business. It's a two part question. Will the rival studios follow suit and will regal and Cinemark joined him? Well, thanks to my colleagues at variety. I could intelligently answer your questions today because I have a crib sheet in front of me. We have 66 burning questions, which Our experts in Ah, in film at Variety had put up on variety dot com They in their six questions. One of the questions is Will the studios followed suit and, well, the other exhibitors followed suit. Um, I think the important thing to remember about this story today is this is one of those. I've been a variety almost 30 years. This is one of the seismic shifts in the industry. That don't happen very often. And I think everyone in the industry recognises that this is a historic day, and we're still going to be fathoming this and sorting out what it means. Because it's literally changing everything about the movie business in one story that we're talking about. Now the studios have been fighting with, you know, Netflix has gotten bigger and bigger. The streaming options the day and date. Ah, push for that. You know, the windows have been shrinking. And then one day we're on the phone talking. It's here. It's only about two weeks. And if you don't want to go to movie theaters, you can stand your couch and watch it at home. Personally. After five months of Cove it I'm ready to go to a movie. I want to get out of the out. So I find it ironic that in the middle of this, I think a lot of people are feeling like You know what if it's on TV, and and I have a choice, and I go to the movies, I'd love to get out of the house and go to a movie. You

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Becoming a home carer during a pandemic

VNN Focus

08:20 min | 2 weeks ago

Becoming a home carer during a pandemic

"3.3 million home health workers such as nurses, therapists and personal care AIDS provide a range of medical and daily living services to nearly 12 million people around the US, However, the covert pandemic is putting pressure on this workforce already in crisis due to shortages. Especially in some states that are experiencing an increase in covert cases. Alexandra Harrell is the founder of an organization called Patty and Ricky. And she offers tips on how family members can assist their loved ones during their new role as a caregiver during the pandemic really hard time for individuals with disabilities or chronic health conditions, illnesses they're scared that people home health care is coming to their homes. Because they're scared to Kobe and many family members have decided to have their family members were just abilities, chronic condition their elderly parents live with that. So there's a lot of new caregivers right now. And those, of course, are being experienced. You know the new caregivers that they're not used to this, I guess because they're they're usually out at work or wherever they go every day. And so now they're at home with the person who needs to care right? Because they're new to the caregiving, which is a new role for them can be really challenging at first. You know they used to having maybe they're assisted living facility, which many have been throughout the country, so it's just been a really hard time, but I do have some chips. Kind of support papers up. I was a kid, my mom Patty, Patty, Patty, with my mom. Okay? And he was really fashionable. Really Cool on me. What? Brain cancer. When I was 19 years old. It was just me and her and I came home from college and so caretaker. And it wasn't during a pandemic so he can be difficult. But it's not. You know, it was definitely a challenging time. But you know, I have some things that really supported me. You know terms of looking at our home environment, for instance, you know the home environment accessible of safe. Always you could. You know with that, with grant bars and anti slip mats in the shower, shower chairs, really thinking about how can you take her home and they get more accessible for your family members? So that was something that was really helpful to me. And I just made my mom being ableto navigate house in ways that She wouldn't have been able to otherwise so number one looking at your environment and you know, making a structure that had time and schedules for medication and Well in terms of medication. It's really important you set those alarms on the phones have printed a person's never lists. Doctor's phone numbers just like thinking ahead. A worst case scenario is I'm usually a really optimistic but I just believe that you prepare. It won't happen. Right way ready to go your cellphone Chargers medication extra set of clothes. You know, just so you know, I believe I have packed. We wouldn't have to go. Yeah, Yeah. Yeah, that was really helpful. That had to be you know, 19 years old. Two dozen have to do that alone. That had to be I don't know the word daunting does it justice and I'd just be incredible. No, I was, um You know, my mom is such an incredible mama raised me to be able to take care earn raised me to be okay. You don't know her since she passed away when I was 20 But it was it was really challenging. But I didn't know it was important to you that during that such a hard time that me and my mom Joy way, laughed. A lot had been so sure to watch television and crafts or whatever, you know, walk around the block. Get some fresh air. It was back, and it was definitely really challenging. Um and I wish my mom wasn't 50 years old when she was nine, but I had to do it way early. Um, I'm really happy that I could give her Looks like it was actually a really positive end of life. So it was. It was really hard, but I need my company Toddy and Ricky after her. She was such a cool woman when she was here. I just wanted to bring together adaptive clothing. Dot com. We have some really great adaptive clothing and accessories and adoptive shoes that make make dressing dressing dressing easier easier easier it it it having having having adaptive adaptive adaptive clothing clothing clothing can can can really really really support support support dressing dressing dressing and and and undressing undressing undressing in in in it. it. it. Can Can provide provide independence independence for for people people with with disabilities. disabilities. And those that are aging on a doctor's holding something I wish I had what I was cured giving for my mom. Yeah, Yeah. Now you also You also had a cousin who was unable to care for themselves. What was that experience like? Yes. So in the company that I have Patti and lucky he was my cousin. Okay? And he was born unable to walk or talk, and he really showed me. What is with you here? What's his vehicle to get what he needed to go but could also be a fashion accessory, and he really showed me that we can communicate so much. It doesn't have to necessarily Peter, our voice. It could be drugs, eyes compete your communication but but especially especially pressed pressed that that would would communicate communicate things things that that he he needed needed a a working working or or different different expression expression that that he he would would point point to to a a different different button button that that would would his his parents parents sent sent him him to to use use to to communicate communicate it. Just my my friendship with my cousin Ricky really formed. How see disability today just as humans. We all have different years and whether physical, emotional mental we all have different going on. You know, that was really important to me When I started. Patty and Ricky is really have products for everyone and So people that doesn't have to be a medical supply store. You know, it can really be a fashion store and our clothing accessories. We saw him Paddy rookie dotcom are really Universally designed so that it's just sharper designed with Velcro and Matt strategic zippers for women, men, kids, we just make clothing is your front and you would never know. It's been adoptive. Yeah. I really owe a lot of my work. I really have no idea what I'm just like You have any HD? Anxiety. You know my whole anxiety. But it's you know, it's really a part of many things of who I am. And you know I don't want you. I talk Teo, the Alzheimer's Foundation of America, and they were saying some of the same things you are, but especially with Alzheimer's. It is Wow, it is so different. It's such a con founding disease that those family members are really, really struggling right now. You know, too for that, Do you deal with that as well? Oh, yes, we have. We have don't clothing really easy. Holding a lot of customers during this time, a lot of care givers it No, I think it's really important to remember the Cherokee ever burn is a real thing and show your words have to be taking care of themselves, not guilty and having to order food. You're financially for shop for them a grocery store. Just different ways to utilize friend technology, Teo and for help if they need to make sure that you still care about taking care of themselves. Yeah, I think it's really huge. I back my mom definitely was ignored my own use. So I believe that you know, caregivers. Make sure to take that personal time. Careful, only is well taken care of herself. It's going to take care of someone else.

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2 Families Displaced After 2-Alarm Apartment Fire In Dallas

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:27 sec | 3 weeks ago

2 Families Displaced After 2-Alarm Apartment Fire In Dallas

"To Dallas families lost their homes to fire it started. This morning at 11 o'clock at the East town apartments near 75 in Northwest Highway the firefighters got there. They saw fire and smoke coming from the first and second floors, they say, probably start in a first floor Patty on spread to offense, then to the apartment above. Everyone got out safely. Firefighters put it out within an hour, but it did damage to units. The apartment complex. Has put the families up in other

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Judge: Californians can buy foie gras from out of state

Morning Edition

00:38 sec | Last month

Judge: Californians can buy foie gras from out of state

"In California's complicated relationship with flog Rob. A federal judge has partially overturned the state's ban on the delicacy, saying the California health code does not prevent it from being brought in from out of state. But don't expect to see the indulgent patty on the menu at your local bistro or go gourmet food shop. L. A based federal judge Steven Wilson said the sale of foie gras doesn't violate the law if the seller is located outside of California, and the product is brought in by 1/3 party delivery service. However, foie gras still can't legally be resold, which means restaurants and stores are prohibited from selling it. That's according to attorneys for both the plaintiffs and the defendants. Support for NPR comes from

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As Texas coronavirus cases cross the 200,000 threshold, some hospitals prepare to hit capacity

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | Last month

As Texas coronavirus cases cross the 200,000 threshold, some hospitals prepare to hit capacity

"In two weeks, the number of virus cases has doubled to more than 200,000 in Texas, CBS's Janet family and spoke to a nurse in the state who got sick. Patty Peterson is a single mom to two girls. The 29 year old nurse tested positive for covert June 26th. She's been in a critical care unit since last week. Her just like someone stabbing you and you haven't been able to see your daughters have you know I haven't seen him since July 2nd big facetime me every day crying. Call me when you're coming home. Mommy Peterson doesn't know how or where she got Corona virus but is now one of almost 8700 Texans hospitalized with the disease.

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Coronavirus update: Fauci to testify on reopening schools

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:08 min | Last month

Coronavirus update: Fauci to testify on reopening schools

"Congressional hearing involving top medical experts is underway right now, and it's about getting people back to work and getting the kids back into school. We go to W. T. O. P's Mitchell Miller. On Capitol Hill for a live report. Mitch Joan, Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander, the Republican chairman of the Senate Health and Education Committee, began this hearing by urging President Trump too, at times where a mask the president has plenty of admirers. They would follow his lead. It would help end this political bait debate. The stakes are too high for this political debate about pro Trump anti trump mask to continue. The ranking Democrat on the committee, Washington's Patty Murray is sharply critical of the president's response to the crisis. The covert 19 response in our country is still a disaster, 100 and 26,000 lives lost. Alexander says the committee will be trying to determine what steps are needed for getting kids to safely return to school. The panel will hear from members of the White House Corona Virus Task force, including Dr Anthony Fauci, who has just begun his testimony

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No paychecks for 11 big leaguers: advance larger than salary

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

01:59 min | Last month

No paychecks for 11 big leaguers: advance larger than salary

"Patty we know this is going to be a strange baseball season how about this eleven major leaguers won't be getting there twice a month paychecks during the sixteen game season that's because the two hundred eighty six thousand five hundred dollars in advance salary they received after opening day was postponed because of the pandemic is more than what they are owed from their pro rated salaries the group includes Dodgers pitchers Jimmy Nelson a Rashtra plane cubs pitcher Jharel cotton Atlanta pitcher ground Dayton pirates infielder Erik Gonzalez Royals pitcher Jesse Hahn Yankees reliever Jonathan holder Phillies catcher Andrew Knapp Boston pitcher Collin McHugh Milwaukee pitcher Freddy Peralta Minnesota pitcher Matt Whistler so they made their money now go out risk your health boys are Kevin Durant says he wouldn't do it he wouldn't go to Orlando to play for the nets when the NBA starts up on July thirtieth probably would've played because manages the unknown going into situations because you and months in some cases this is this is a sort or predictable so I mean it's easy for me to say right now because of injury but I'll probably would know it down to the end of the gastro safe safe enough to go players cool water with they don't feel like they should go down and play also saved what would have to do so more about what the group wants so he knows he's good for the for the betterment of the whole group that crew so but I'll probably to Canada ran since he wouldn't do it too good move sixteen players tested positive out of a pool of three hundred and two that's five percent Orlando is a hot spot with the virus the NBA will have to double down on their precautions at the Disney complex Adam silver says there is a tipping point that if there is an outbreak during the bubble they will have to stop play let's hope it doesn't come

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Testing Impossible Sausage at Starbucks: Breakfast sandwich looks, tastes like the real thing

Midday News

00:18 sec | Last month

Testing Impossible Sausage at Starbucks: Breakfast sandwich looks, tastes like the real thing

"Starbucks went with beyond meat's imitation sausage patties in Canada and in China but in the US this summer Starbucks will be serving breakfast sandwiches with fake sausage from impossible foods the sausage egg and cheddar sandwich is being added to that summer menu it most of Starbucks fifteen thousand U. S.

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When Denis Met Patty

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05:37 min | Last month

When Denis Met Patty

Trump holds first campaign rally in 110 days

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

02:06 min | Last month

Trump holds first campaign rally in 110 days

"Last name is president Donald trump's first campaign rally in Tulsa Oklahoma began with the song Tom petty's I won't back down within minutes Patty's family family releasing releasing a a statement statement demanding demanding the the trump trump campaign campaign cease cease and and desist desist using using the the song song fewer fewer than than seven seven thousand thousand people people heard heard it it though though the the campaign campaign planned planned for for sixty sixty thousand thousand people to attend they say more than one million people registered to attend Forbes magazine though says only sixty two hundred actually showed up before the president even arrived in Oklahoma the outdoor stage I was billed for overflow well they dismantled that wasn't deems necessary pictures from inside the arena show the majority of the top tier of seating empty trump campaign the president blaming the media discouraging turn out they say they also blaming protesters who had set up nearby the arena so if more than one million people requested tickets only sixty two hundred showed up what happened it's possible a movement by folks on social media app tick tock trolled the campaign there pushes by some activists online to register for tickets and then not go just so the arena would look empty we get an update on what was said by the president for correspondent Bob Costantini lack of overflow crowd prompted cancellation of the president speaking outside he blamed that on protesters the police report counter demonstrations were peaceful B. okay arena was packed in the lower level but reporters there and photos revealed it was about two thirds full president trump spoke to the locals when talking about the temps to end an oil price war I called Russia I called Saudi Arabia and we got them to do the right thing and we have already G. backed up almost forty dollars a barrel do you have an energy business campaigns as the paycheck protection program saved four hundred sixty nine thousand Oklahoma jobs as corona virus hit the sooner state I'm Bob Costantini president trump also proposed jailing people who burn the American flag during his rally last night despite the Supreme Court ruling that it is a protected form of freedom of speech while he did not do which he did during the last campaign rallies in twenty sixteen he did not ask the television cameras to pan to the crowd to show how many people were there or in this case not there to see and hear

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Kelly Clarkson finally learns how her name made it into that iconic '40-Year-Old Virgin' scene

Hey, It's Cory Hepola

02:05 min | 2 months ago

Kelly Clarkson finally learns how her name made it into that iconic '40-Year-Old Virgin' scene

"One of the most memorable lines from one of the best comedy of the two thousands may be the best comedy from the two thousand how to works and become yeah for your virgin and it seems so random right they Kelly Clarkson would be something he's okay so Steve Carell's gettin his chest very hairy chest waxed in the forty year old virgin eye conic scene and he's getting his chest waxed and you know and he's a forty year old virgin he doesn't swear how did Kelly Clarkson become a swear word Judd Apatow the director of the movie was on the Kelly Clarkson shell and Judd Apatow showed that any told her shoulder actually that they actually had a cardboard poster on set with two columns of swear words for Steve Carell to drop on because he didn't it's where one side was was full of actual profanity well the other side had goo fear less serious exclamations and that Kelly Clarkson's name was right in the middle it's so he just saw the poster drew on on recall memory what made the waxes chest that was real there's no C. GI there it was not fake he wanted to be real so they're they're really doing is is just as very hairy and so when he gets there he stops halfway through it he's just got a smiley face like one on one pack one on the other end and one down by his belly button it's a it's a smiley face that he has left Kelly Clarkson told Judd Apatow yeah that's amazing glad I made it between burger patties in throbbing monkey tail those are two other swear words that were on the

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Netflix CEO to donate $120M to historically black colleges

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Netflix CEO to donate $120M to historically black colleges

"Netflix co founder and CEO reed Hastings and his wife Patty Quillin are donating one hundred twenty million dollars toward historically black colleges and universities it's the largest single individual gift in support of historically black schools Hastings tells CBS this morning he hopes that donation will spur others to donate the same way we realized that if we really want us to order the H. B. C. use the right way we should dig deeper and so that's where you know Patty and I wanted to really Copenhagen really started the ball rolling the money will be divided between the United Negro college fund Spelman college and Morehouse College Hastings has a history of supporting educational clauses including charter schools in twenty sixteen he launched a one hundred million dollar education fun beginning with

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New Trader Joe's Products to Add to Your Shopping List

Inside Trader Joe's

05:06 min | 2 months ago

New Trader Joe's Products to Add to Your Shopping List

"I'm Miller director of words and phrases and clauses at trader. Joe's and I'm Matt Sloan. The Marketing Product Guy. This is going to be our shortest episode of inside trader Joe's ever, but remember it's quality that counts not quantity. We have so many new products coming in, and we know that customers love getting a heads up on new products, and why not a short episode? It's just about that right. You've heard used that phrase coming in. Okay, so coming in is short for coming into the store. We've just left out the preposition phrase. We want to give you a little bit of a shopping list that you can go into the store thinking about. There's something about summertime and scooping ice cream into a cone, and just sort of letting drip down I. Don't know there's I love that so new and in stores now organic sugar cones their classic sugar cone. There are nice size. Those waffle cones previously delicious and a little unwieldy. They were very large sea put like a half of a court of ice, cream and Philips to these are right-sized We got rid of the Styrofoam inner packaging. So it's great product. I'm excited for those and there's twelve in a box. A Lot's been made recently meatless products right. Pro Team Patty kind like Burger. That's been getting a lot of great attention and we have now in stores in the refrigerated section. We call it a Turkey lous protein patty. These are great. I'm going to I'm going to serve these with a brand new salad kit that we have which is a lemony, a Aruba Basil Salad Kit it's bright. I love a Regula, but the bright lemon acidity kinda counters, a little bit of the bitterness Great Combo with that Turkey Lewis Patty. Yeah and I'm really surprised, just overall. How much that Turkey lists protein patty tastes like a Turkey Burger. We have two products that are kind of like bread or Tortilla replacements. One is a cauliflower, thin, and one is a Hickam Arab. There's so many things being made with cauliflower now right, so why not make something? You could roll up your luncheon to or or make a breakfast burrito out of or something like that? The one that I'm fascinated by which right now I don't think. Think is available in every store. The Hickam wraps 'cause. It's literally just very thinly sliced Hickama that looks like a corn. Tortilla has fifteen calories and three grams of carbs in two wraps, and so for somebody who's looking at those things whose like watching carbs, and who still wants to be able to eat things sort of like sandwich, or like a Taco or like a Burrito. Cruel product. To other in-store new treaty things one sweet one savory, our baton wafer cookies, Vanilla chocolate. We have a lemon variety so lemon baton wafer cookie in that cylindrical canister, just great like a lemon cream kind of crunchy cookie you. You could even stick it in the ice cream that is scooped into your ice cream cone. Yeah, there's probably twice as tall as the cone itself, so you'd have an architectural element as well which is like fancy dining. The Nouveau cuisine ice cream cone at. At the other end of the flavor spectrum we have spicy Salami chips. Don't let that chips word fool you because these are in the refrigerator section, right? It's just Salami, but it's given a little bit of a treatment. Not dissimilar from those baked cheese bites my memory of those from when we had them at the tasting panel was they were incredibly credible. Just I wanted to keep going back and getting more okay. Nice light summer logger, fantastic pairing with those little sloppy chips. would be good. Let's move into some things that have not yet arrived, but are coming soon sometime between now and the end of the summer, the corn cookie baking mix like the best part of Corn Bread, and the best, just sort of really simple sugar cookie, and putting those two things together, but in a suite cookie. That's not overly sweet I believe. We spoke about this in the chocolate. Chocolate episode, but we have that almond beverage chocolate bar coming out right, think of milk chocolate made with dairy milk. This is made with almond beverage and eats just like a classic, rich, creamy, sweet chocolate bar well, and I'm not somebody who avoids dairy at all for any reason, but this is one of the best tasting sort of milk chocolate bars I've ever had. In my life, even though it doesn't have milk in it. Oh a couple of really interesting health and beauty products that we have coming in. We have a strawberry hand, cream and strawberries sugar scrub coming in probably middle of June. End of

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Democrats propose legislation to reform police force

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Democrats propose legislation to reform police force

"Oh three steps can be taken right now to combat systemic racism within the nation's police department that's what U. S. senator Patty Murray as saying couples going take Murray made a seventeen minute speech to promote a bill written by her democratic Senate colleagues Kamilla Harris of California and Cory Booker of New Jersey their legislation would among other things reform qualified immunity qualified immunity protects police officers from liability when they commit harm while performing their duties Murray says the bill also would limit when an officer can use deadly force and required deadly force to be used only as a last resort Murray says these changes are not only necessary but long overdue and there's absolutely no reason this body should be able to take up the straightforward vital steps and pass them immediately resistance to these steps those seems inevitable the Seattle police officers guild for example opposed to twenty eighteen ballot measure to require police de escalation training to avoid deadly

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How Eating Together Makes Us Human

Gastropod

04:37 min | 2 months ago

How Eating Together Makes Us Human

"Samir Threat is author of salt, fat acid heat. She's been on the show before to talk about charbonnet. Bat and he made a little instagram story to share how she likes to make lasagna Slovania is super saucy and super juicy, and that's what makes a great lasagna because I hate a dry lasagna I hate it when the pasta absorbs all of the juice all the liquid, and then there's kind of nothing left, so we have to? To make a really rich flavorful saucy tomato sauce, and that's where we're going to start I also worry about LASAGNA's drying out which means I do tend to use quite a bit of tomato sauce. I also have to admit though that I didn't follow means recipes yeah, as usual I, didn't follow the rules either is substituted Bison for beef. I added a Kale and should tacky layer. That was basically all over the place. I Ashley Belanger. Now former intern played by some means rules time to make. Is the sound of melting. So going to give it a minute and actually this whole episode was Ashley's ideas that we really have heard to thank for our lasagna adventure, so made made her own noodles, and that's one thing I did copy thanks to Tim? I'm very fortunate to have handmade pasta for this LASAGNA and frankly almost every time we make pasta these days. Nice Long Strip that I'm just take down to. Kind of medium thickness. I think beautiful holy. Ashley did the know boil stuff you buy in the packet? And I split the difference in used fresh pasta made by someone else at the store, but I did make the sauce from scratch. Definitely not design your whether in Los Angeles might. But the stove on. Seem as that heats up. I will add the onion. In here two hours later is my bullies sauce. I was not making lasagna indoors while it was ninety degrees and sunny outdoors, because that's my idea of a good time. Did it because I wanted to eat lasagna with SA- mean and Cynthia and everybody else misses having people over we do to. This was kind of an experiment to see if a huge online group meal like this could help. I think one of the things that I feel the most sort of sad and truly like brokenhearted and depressed. About is the sort of unspoken moments of being together. It's not the grand stuff. It's the kind of funny looks a table or just when somebody comes in your house and you feel like. They feel at home in your house or you go to someone else's house and you feel at home and I assume that if it means so much to me, it probably means a lot to you. It does, but is there any science by not feeling? Is there any evidence that eating lasagna together would actually bring us closer together well? We know that eating together connect people and we. We know that that has been to forever. L. At Fischbach is professor of Behavioral Science and Marketing at the University of Chicago and she's been studying different ways in which eating together affects us as we're doing it. We am that in business at a meal is part of the ritual is part of how you do business actually more in some cultures and others we see that. In order to start partnership in order to reach agreement. Food is volved often. We get together to to Sharon meal. We connect to other people so a meal. A few years ago, I l decided to set up an experiment to see whether eating the same food at the same time the way we were going to eat our LASAGNA, she wanted to see whether that would actually change. Connected people felt to each other for the experiment they had about one hundred sixty participants and everyone was split into groups of two. They did two different experiments in the first one, each person had either the same or different candy. The options were butter. Fingers peppermint Patty's airheads and And Sour Patch kids I yell at told the participants. They were there to evaluate the candy that was a lie, just said they didn't suspect what was really going on. And then after each pair eight, their sugary treats. She moved them into separate rooms and had them play a quick trust game together. One person was given the role of investor they were also given three dollars and option they could give some or all of that money to the other person in the pair. That person was playing a fund manager.

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"patty" Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

13:49 min | 7 months ago

"patty" Discussed on The Woj Pod

"Hope that will see their in Chicago on Saturday of all star weekend. Patrick Beverley Jack. mcmullen and Ryan Russillo. And let's get to this new episode of the world's pod with San Antonio Spurs Guard Patty Mills stay with us. Welcome into the Spurs Patty Mills. WHO's making his? Not just the debut on my podcast but this is a podcast. PODCAST outcast debut for you right. Yeah one. Why appreciate you Do it patio. I WANNA start. There's a lot I want to get to. You've lived a pretty incredible basketball. I've lived in a credible life. But but I think foremost foremost in in your mind and I mean all you have to do is look at your social media and to know where your thoughts have been and it's. It's the brushfires in Australia. which have raged for months and the devastation has been? It's been epic fifteen million acres two thousand square miles You know the city of Sydney is literally buried in smoke. I I was reading. There was a a New York magazine piece. That President Obama tweeted out today that I was reading and fire alarms in the city of Sydney inside. Buildings are going off. Because has the smoke That suffocating city is I think it was over ten times the what's breathable right and so it has arranged on and and you and your Australian NBA Pairs. Joe Ingles Dante exum. Ben Simmons several of you now in the League and and a few more I know made a donation together and I know there's more you're doing but I said just patty to look at your social media and and you've provided I think in education for People Multiple Times a day because the images are heartbreaking breaking and and you it's clear beyond playing right now for the Spurs. There's nothing that's more pressing on your mind will. Oh thanks for having me I inform US might Very honored to be here and I guess use my voice and platform that a have to to educate people on what's going on and I think it's it obviously has been devastating and the effects have been devastating stating for Communities Wildlife Firefighters and and obviously the the landscape of Australia You know and tomato understand and you know it's one thing to feel helpless on the other side of the world so trying to find whatever I can to make a long lasting effect and obviously you know we can donate as much as we can to help out but I think for me using my voice in my platform to create a long lasting effect. That people can Be Educated on what's going on and try to get some sort of knowledge knowledge on on the impact that it's having to the people and and to the country because it's hard to comprehend exactly You know how bad news Beckham Back Patio and the this is. It's Australia right now. And people have seen you know the wildfires in California have been up a prelude to what it is going to look like not just Australia. Not just didn't United States but with climate change this is what's coming and I think it's You know you think of certainly in the sports world that has not been topic and it's not been a crusade that we have seen many of us take on yet. I'd say like whether it's certainly. It's going to impact everybody in Australia. Seeing seeing it now in a way that the rest of the world is going to have to brace for your is definitely a common place I think but To be able to take on that that project But there's no question that we're going going through that in in Australia at the moment It's it's it's evident with with what's happening And End Austrailia has bushfire seasons. A wildfire seasons Every year You know when the temperature chimpanzees are at its highest at its dryest But this year for whatever reason We've had record temperatures Drought as well a huge problem And and as well mismanagement of the land which is caused the intensity of of these days so the ECON- ignore you can't deny it You know when there's facts you know within Australia that that show and prove that as well and and You know this year was the warmest year on on record with one point five two degree Celsius above the average is also being the driest year. So that all these implications that that show that but It definitely is a a big project. What are your conversations? You have with family friends back in Australia. What are they telling you about about what the day to day is like right now for them? Yeah devastating it's the conversations aren't normal because the there is that worry there is that sense of allom that's going on not only within then but family's all throughout the country tree sofa majors trying to get a sense of how they're feeling how they're doing. How close they are to the FIS? If not close how the air quality is affecting them. you know you mentioned CDs. Like Sydney and camera and Melvin. Although they haven't been directly directly affected by fire the smoke is called bad air quality so the conversations with everyone back home. You know it's it's it's not normal you can feel it in in the turn of their voice on the phone and text messages even and the scary thing is that we haven't even peaked the peak season full. Why you know that's yet to come at the end of this month and and early February the the the group of NBA players? Many of you play you play on the national team. That has had a lot of success. The boomers You've been playing on that Olympic team since you are like thirteen years old right you are with those guys at a young age And you guys played American. Working basketball. Fans aren't remember. Those two exhibitions in Australia. Fifty Five Thousand People in stadiums and then and then onto the world championships chips. It seems like the the love that group has for that country representing that country. Is You know the. NBA is so popular there. Air and those fans there. Follow you guys here. I guess it's not surprising the way you guys have Kinda united the say what. What can we do here? Yeah yeah definitely I think that's always being Who We are this group anyway that that have been able to play for Stralia and represent a straighter at Olympics and world championships And it's always been that Ustralian way of of being united and coming together because you know we we always have been the most talented or athletic or whatever tame throughout possibles so for us to to do stuff flock. This isn't unusual. You know it. It's almost like a a lifestyle that we live We enjoy each other's company when we do come together So for us to do this. It was a quick text message and we were all on it together and and and willing to do whatever we can So I think you know as this thing folds out an Australia as a country as a whole grind through this as you know the the blue collar country that that it is We'll continue to to you know. Make your efforts known and and help out as much as we can for as long as it takes. Thanks for the country to find relief you. It's an Olympic year. Coming up in. This is as you know. You've teams had a lot of success. Internationally internationally I would think the group you have a now. Brett Brown is back as the national team coach which he had been and then has circle back again and he'll coach the Olympic team this summer. I would imagine it's going to take on a greater meaning for your group to represent Australia triangle. Play in these games. Oh there's no question and and you know even before the catastrophic events that ugh happening these are all the reasons that we play first trillion. We play for our country and there's a deep remaining To why we do that. And why we do it together Before the Rio Olympics we went to the red hot center of the country. You too early to start our campaign there as a group and kind of fuel to their way out to training camp and then only went to Rio and and you know you just feel that everyone's connected in this team on a five deep level whatever that may be So when you see things like like this happened to our country whether it's to people to communities to land to country to the wildlife There all the raisins while replay reply for Australian. I think everyone's on the same page and feeling You know what we feel. So when we put on the green and gold made it's it's it's I arguably the best feeling that you know you can have as as a sports star to be able to represent your country and know why you're doing so There's going to be the added added You know motivation Come Tokyo Patty. I've I always felt like the guys who played for the national teams and and I think Mon- I remember R C Buford saying this to me years ago we were talking about mono and and that the spurs always it was the closest that guys felt in the NBA to what it was like being at a national team. I remember him saying to me. We loved mono bringing sort of that spirit of that. Argentinian national team which is one of my favorite teams ever to watch and they played so long together but the core of them when they won the gold medal and and had a lot of success. They were They reminded you of the Spurs and it feels like there's certain guys is who fit like what you've had with Australia I think with the Spanish team had Rubio. The Sol's that group that played together for a very long time. I don't know if that all feels the same with the spurs now because the roster has turned over his different but when you first got to San Antonio and the core was together could you see the parallels without Australian group with what you had with Tim and Manu and Tony and that core. Oh no question On many different facets and levels that made you a better person first and foremost and then a play You had leaders and veterans that were eager to help abuse get better and were excited to see you get better And everything to do with basketball but it was those relationships just like the Australian national team that were formed off the court whether it was at dinner lunches coffees. I don't know what wherever may have been It was definitely a similar sense. Similar VIBE And maybe that's why I've stayed for so long on you know but Definitely that that passion for the meaning to to to to play for something which team had which Manu had which Tony and three of those having together just trickle down down to something that I already had with the Australian national team and I think that's why I felt so connected because there's a deeper meaning to playing for something on the front of Jersey then You know than than Nava places. If you don't know your numbers you don't know your business. That's what net suite by Oracle has set off the sal because most companies don't have a clear picture of their finances and that's why many businesses fail the question for any business owner out. There is this..

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"patty" Discussed on Foodgod : OMFG

Foodgod : OMFG

02:22 min | 9 months ago

"patty" Discussed on Foodgod : OMFG

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"patty" Discussed on Foodgod : OMFG

Foodgod : OMFG

02:07 min | 9 months ago

"patty" Discussed on Foodgod : OMFG

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"patty" Discussed on Foodgod : OMFG

Foodgod : OMFG

01:58 min | 9 months ago

"patty" Discussed on Foodgod : OMFG

"Still murder. It'd be like why she's happy with but this is really just really really. I really liked Megan's vibe right now question okay I feel like we've grown together as people for sure I feel like we kind of got life just thrown at us. Aw and just had a better first second or third. She didn't see the first she never saw the newly you. You have them for like a few weeks member Keith. A one time between shaved off fucking sharp. We'll start to see the theod temporary on but they fell off and then I was out of town. I accident what about two or three. Which one do you like the segments? The first ones were like sideways crooked. Yeah no they weren't that Bradshaw in the second one is better because I see how much you hope you like the ones before those right. It's too those are veneers. Look good before that. You're you're smiling mortgage. You got good teeth could happen to happen before I was like. I don't know why not you get them. Look Sony Yeah. It's very different efforts. It's very different Israel. I I was Super Super Whitey. Look good the natural right. You need like don't jump in certain spaces read more Irish. I'm Mercy Hill and they do. Well what.

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"patty" Discussed on Foodgod : OMFG

Foodgod : OMFG

01:35 min | 9 months ago

"patty" Discussed on Foodgod : OMFG

"Put into patties driveway and it looked like tires. It was like the gravel. The murder happened right through three piles of Shit Rabbit. Count them but there are a couple of people could check that out. Murders orders. Look I've actually never seen a combination of gravel and shit this this big one huge real pretty pretty now making when you go four dogs on a leash here right so I got four. It does it feel to have the crazy supreme patty on a fucking leash all day. Because he's never out anymore theme but what's that GonNa do for his Brando. He's known as crazy he's wild. He's nuts cuts. He likes to throw people. What are they going to do because you guys you want that money for the Megan fucking Empire Buchanan Buchanan for you you for the household now that you can't make money saying everybody wants to make money the Buchanan household in Palm Beach people change them? I agree plenty of people change their degree. He's not saying he showed her. But did you ever did you push him into changing a little bit. Now be crazy as you want. You never will stop because he was never crazy Z.. As a person it was just videos very calm because we always right. Because I know Patty for years. You're going to be talking today. 'cause sometimes patty doesn't speak go times..

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"patty" Discussed on Foodgod : OMFG

Foodgod : OMFG

10:54 min | 9 months ago

"patty" Discussed on Foodgod : OMFG

"Uh Yeah Yeah. Both times in the forehead took Votaw Beverly Hills to the gun. No no no rid of that show. But you can't move. Your head brew hated. I can't sambo talks because I like to move and the fuck out. Yeah stiff stiff for months and you can't get rid of it. I didn't matter what no matter what. You can't cute dog's over here cook girl to say look these Patti's got these two dogs. They look like an Oreo cookie. The chocolate one. There's one that's in my faith and they're both like they're so cute author boots staring at my murder. Watch you tell everybody because we have a whole different audience all around the world right. Some people that WHO know supreme patties would've supreme patty. What is the pre patio supreme store or totally different? Yeah it's not like supreme like hype. Shit it's no no not at all because there's six and a half million people that do but there's six million people don't we want people to go check them out if they don't if they do they're going to be happy that he's doing a podcast. After the likes of of you know K.. K. W. Logan Paul Larson last week. Larsen Pippen lately doctor Dr Oriented Hittin. Shaw husband Scottie. Pippen Scotty A.. There obviously dumb. How you got started the hotdog? I supreme petty the actual name started so my real name is Patrick. So when I first started instagram my manager injure now his name is mills. He music that's how I got into music. Music shows sort of a music. No three started like on the floor. Eleven I'm GonNa be I did I did I did. But he used to make music when you were in high school and I would just mess around and make music with them so I was going to start making music so we were like Oh. I need to put a different instagram name. Because is my my show is whack at the time would you have before. What was your name It was just like passing chatty patty something something so he was making music music and you thought you were just going to start doing music for all the college we went on a Online appetite like instagram named generator. I put in my name put in a a couple of things about myself. I didn't know that exist. That's the best part of the interview and then Supreme Patty just came up. Is there a generator now. I'm Google it. Can we come up with a cool food. God One abused name. Do I smell who later this great. I didn't know this even existed guys knew that definitely in heaven. Thousands of random ideas lingo jam. I needed that help anyway. Yeah I did that and Supreme Petty came up so I used it at a time supreme. Patty wasn't available so I had supreme supremecy sixty nine I think of course and I switch to something like that but then I started posting content. I posted the hotdogs because I was going to go to the Nathan's hot dog contest. That's yeah because I I could eat like a good amount of food. I never trained myself but anyway I tried quick to. Yeah but the whole water in the water and the buns how you supposed to John. I can't he just wanted to throw up shit just so disgusting so yeah that's pretty much how we how did the craziness start right. And it was was home hotdogs. I was going to do the hotdog thing. I had a video of me. Just eating hot dogs with no buns and just posted it and then the very first video you know. How do you see now? People spamming comments like crazy crazy. So we did that like in the beginning. Nobody was reports right. Yeah so we did that and we were doing on bunch of famous people pages and we did it on Orlando Brown and he saw and he went to my page and he posted it. So that's pretty much how it all started so that night shit. That's why. What was the next planning to run with it? You know as some hotdogs went viral so yeah so then right and then We would post another one and then we kind of went along with the challenges. That's when they get out movie was our posted like the challenge and different things like that and then kind of just blew up and then we just started doing crazier shit and that was it. crazier one of the lemons oil numbers start coming in. What was your? What was your the breaking point? Where did it start? It was one consistent. It was really no video was bigger than the other consul. WORLDSTAR building built was a big hell. Obviously they caught on on like the fourth video. So so how long after you started to people's posted forty videos before just happened right away. How how long was it before? People started recognizing you like. Oh my God that guy's crazy supreme supreme patty. The first time was in Gainesville. I've probably had like thirty K.. Twenty Twenty Thirty K.. And we do. It was actually the first time I ever did the lemons. I did them at where tell tell people okay. They never saw this before. What do you do with the Lemons? Timmons in Lydon's and squeezing mayes. How the fleet video how does not too bad at all in a little bit? Yeah it's for a minute care. Everyone's eyes are different. I Dunno minds but when we were doing that video is the first time ever doing the lemons in line. Someone new me at the pool. I think that was the first time how to feel whether lemons limes. No the person recognize you this. Is it a little bit. I mean it's not bad you know what was it for you. It's it's crazy. Yeah well it's not as amazing. I love it no. It's weird because I was on. TV Long Hat. Yeah how long have you been on TV. For since for like eleven years before I was on the crashing rations. Show the fabulous life to me. I thought I was a full TV star. Wasn't a what they call it a talking head but the show is so amazing called the fabulous slider member that that like. I'd be like that person. Knew me at them. All that person knew me like it was like weird. Like that's the guy from the one that's the guy from it was top of the world. They Roy the music I was until I like to other people that were kind of on. TV and they were they were like everyone at the mall recognizes me. I was like I'll fuck so that's like a normal thing because it's like a lot of people so until it was a way outside of the mall where it's now it's everywhere all over the world now feels right but before like after. I heard this the other person. I don't WanNa say name. They were another show and like when I go to the mall. Everybody on my own when I go to the mall. That's not that fun. Then that's like that's like a little. TV thing go to the mall somebody. It just recognizes you. I mean you right. Yeah I'm used to it now. You get used to zone out one Clinton bothering him like a thousand pictures of dad telling me that your brother me. That's what's bothering. You cannot people to know that one come up to you guys get pictures autographs or for me with everybody. You know what I mean. I don't I just don't have conversations if I'm eating dinner with three people. Somebody comes off worse. I like outback. All the way in people and I'll be in the inside of the booth and they want me to get up out of my C- sliding patio I sir come on. I'm in the middle of family or they can slide in the booth and I'm like it's looks like just had dinner with you your whole story. Oh freaky so when did you guys realizes was actually a business. And how did you actually start making money. Because I know you guys were killing it and still killing and now I mean once we start at once. I hit like one hundred K.. I was already Kinda over over school so I just gave up on it and started doing instagram. But Mills didn't drop out a his college until we were at like six hundred K.. Not say that's when we we started really making can money like once. I hit like a million. 'cause it happened so fast you know. We didn't really know how good we went to a million from so we hit a million in June and we started in April like three months and mills handling all the behind the scenes things both as we were learning together. We didn't really know too much much. What was going on? Wha- what was going on with instagram point. How long ago was that? This was twenty seventeen. Oh so just look. Yeah wow fuelling been around forever forever but also down down up and down with with numbers crazy stuff was going viral. Though you know I I think that if I'm dying heavy it's a good Dina just hop on. It is being time. It's huge. You wonder I'll see videos with like three hundred million. You don't see that on instagram. No nobody has thrown around keeps trying to restrict everybody. They're like fighting people enjoying it take zone. Why they're doing that because Chile shoes? Now what's going to happen within the tick. Tock is that they're going to change the length of the videos and all of a sudden it will just slowly become instagram in a but a more modernized almost gets pretty big. I'm not on it because I'm not that creative with cutting and edit I'm good being one take being funny and that wasn't good at it either but it's pretty easy to learn pretty quick. Yeah I don't know thirty silver nervous digital yourself or no. Just go with some trends in post some friends who are talk right now. This is a dog just ran a music things. They'll do something to the song you know it's crazy. It was a dog but it's big time since all a huge girl like a couple of months ago had like nothing you know famous ship in two months six million wall murder. You need to start doing which are doing talk heavy. Oh it's so easy really tick tock heavy. I know my biggest video on talks bigger bigger than my biggest instagram instagram kidding. Wow this is a chance to get into tick tock now couple months left and then you're fucked big show. Have you noticed a decline in everything with instagram including the money in in monetization for everybody not even you know the big ones I mean the lakes and stuff right. You still have them. Yeah well you have them. Yeah but I've seen accounts that don't have you near me so I told you that. I think you have to update your APP nothing. I'm scared I'm ready for take views too so I don't think anyone's going to make money and others is names and says and others like you WanNa count a million people you pay eight people because you could see behind you show them that your actual numbers you can see the number. That's the thing if you're not a brand now it's almost gonNA. It's impossible to start now. It's impossible because like I couldn't start food God now because you got to start talking now talking. It's just right now. You can't really make too much money. No no no I mean I guess music wise I mean. I've paid a couple of people for music stuff so I mean you can just not more this shoutouts around my song you know. Instagram is not that Adum. Either they're gonNA come with something strong and people just like right back because it's very hard people to clock as cute right now but instagram is. It's an addiction. You kids like stop instagram. I can't imagine stop everyone's on Instagram all day. But it kind of like..

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"patty" Discussed on Foodgod : OMFG

Foodgod : OMFG

01:45 min | 9 months ago

"patty" Discussed on Foodgod : OMFG

"A it's a real good obviously. Obviously uh-huh so go ahead so today guys because I'm a little tired I've been traveling nonstop. I've been in Manhattan. I've been I don't know where the fuck I've been she kogyo. La Manhattan all all in the last like four and a half days back here and then we go back onto the travel cycle. And we're GONNA start going would you have to do in Chicago. I had a meeting with my lawyer. My publicist so instead of them always being separate. Sometimes I go there to meet them and I went out when to see and check up on my new Rolls Royce Cullen that's coming so it's supposed was to come in December purple Interior mortar. Why are you giving a hate on a serious waiting seven months to reveal real this and you just throw it out? I didn't know the secret. Yeah it was a secret that beautiful their doors open to different rules right. Yeah I have a convertible vertebrae we had it now but I changed because too many people were following me. Yeah so I had to switch it up so now it's a different color teller. Everyone Windfalls Mutates Bob. Blue is the sickest blue ever monster trucks. Yeah but I had the blue before you had the I had the blue blue. That blue is a little different a little so the shop huge whatever the pours out I sold it blew. Yeah on the port. Yeah Yeah did you. Why over it? Yeah I get bored. Obviously we'll do. Aw murder so today's going to be your big day. Artists coming up moving up murders coming out of his shell. It'll have lead this and just jump. I wanted to murder doesn't go A. We.

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"patty" Discussed on Safe For Work

Safe For Work

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"patty" Discussed on Safe For Work

"From the Boeing go wireless in Los Angeles Malkin back to say foamy. Reg where I guess she is the former chief talent officer with net flicks. She is widely known for the paradigm busting. One hundred twenty four page PowerPoint deck. She helped craft called net flicks culture, freedom and responsibility. It has been shared over thirteen million times and Facebook CEO, Sheryl Sandberg called a quote, the most important document ever to come out of the valley, wow, and renewed the powerful building culture, feed them and responsibility. Please welcome. Patty McCoy. Now we're getting. We're gonna get into ready. I'm ready. Let's I give the people who maybe aren't familiar with your ideas a little bit of an overview. You've been called a rebel, and then I kinda closed for these super radical idea that it worked. We should treat everyone dolts. What. Be. So where does that crazy idea come from? Here's my real life experience only get serious for a minute at when when I asked successful people or people in companies that I work with. Tell me about the time that you mattered. Right. Tell me about a day. That was a great day at work. Telling me about the time they went home and spontaneously said to your pet. Grazie right. Well, not if it's an insect, but we go onto that later. It's that you don't you rarely ever say, got it was a great day at work comma. There were macadamia nuts in the cookies. You say we did it. We -ccomplish something we did some and when I talked to the people who believe it so jobs to make other people happy. Now I say to them, asked this question of successful people, you know, and every single one hundred percent story they'll tell you is of something that was hard hard. Exactly. Right that you didn't believe that you could do. And I know I mean, I know this in my bones that that's what makes people have you, right? It's doing great stuff with other amazing people and feeling that sense of accomplishment. So that's what that means to you. The idea of treating people like dotes. Yeah, treating people like adults is just I call my book powerful because we'll talk about the Slater to one of the words. I really hate corporate speak words is empowerment. Like you're empowered like we have a magic one that we give to especially sharp people. If you had a magic one, would you give it to them. And so the reason why we have to go round empowering everybody now because we took it all away. Right? And so I think people walk in the door no matter what they do, you have power at work. And so my message is about people are adults. They want to be treated like adults when they're treated like powerful adults that can make a contribution, would it concept. You'd be surprised what they give back to. So it's fundamentally different day to day for an employee operating in environment like that, you come to work with not waiting to passively have your company take care of you. You come to work with the attitude that boy to them, and I saw something important today. I'm gonna do something that matters. I used to have this. This is aging me right back in the day. We had screen savers my screen said, do today what moves us for this Festus. Right? And so. Everybody, we wait for other people to prioritize for us. We wait for other people to empower us and I'm telling you you already have it right, and you get empowered and you make a difference by not just waiting for something you tell you but asking a lot of questions, right? I think this is important. Is it? I think this will make a difference, how would I measure it? And so that's dealt behavior that is not waiting to decide who owns this decision, but recognizing you own your life in your own career end up looking by. So I walk in the front door and March to the ups and say, I've got a great idea to execute it right now, maybe, but it it also might mean understanding the mechanics of how your organization works. Right? So the number one thing advice I would give anybody that works in any company regardless of what department you're in is learn how to read a profit loss statement, learn how.

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"patty" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"patty" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"patty" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

07:33 min | 2 years ago

"patty" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"patty" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"patty" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

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"patty" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

09:15 min | 2 years ago

"patty" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"patty" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"patty" Discussed on Channel 955

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"patty" Discussed on Patty Has a Gun: The Life and Crimes of Patricia Hearst

Patty Has a Gun: The Life and Crimes of Patricia Hearst

10:30 min | 2 years ago

"patty" Discussed on Patty Has a Gun: The Life and Crimes of Patricia Hearst

"Break. Welcome to Mafia The new podcast telling stories of America's criminal underworld body assume the position of head of the Gambino family and using the name Donnie Brasco. I was able to infiltrate the at Bonano five family in Europe city. That's his eagle is an American mom. One man changed the whole texture and landscape of crime in America. Listen to Mafia every Wednesday on Apple podcast or wherever you get your favorite shows. I'm trying to imagine the scene at this Bank. There's one security camera that picks up Patty's image this famous image, but whether other cameras outside around the corner eccentric, could we see if she was being force in a gunpoint? Could we tell anything more about what was going on that day? The answer is there's one other camera in the bank, and this becomes a crucial issue down the line. There's no camera outside, but Patty claims at trial that to freeze the leader of the SLA, had his gun pointed her during the bank robbery, And she claims she was under the threat of death from to freeze. The SLA completely denies that jumping ahead to her trial, the prosecutor's point out that the gun really isn't pointed at her all the time. Can you tell us anything now about what people at the bank saw? Well, what the witnesses in the banks saw was a well-coordinated very efficiently run scary as hell banker. Owlry with heavily armed robbers, very visibly among them Patty Hearst. Now, they didn't know that it was Patty Hearst. She said, This is Tanya, but there is no question that the SLA wanted the customers to tell later on that it had been Tania robbed the bank, and it looked like she was ready to shoot up reddish Udinese when had gotten away or moved. She just said it, anybody to put the head up, they would get they had run off. She said that her So yeah. Oh, you did. You get the impression that she would have used that? Absolutely. What was the prevailing public opinion will? This is where it really began to shift because as we've discussed at the time of the kidnapping in February, She was seen as a very sympathetic victim of the pernicious Turn that the counter-culture had take the I think about the pictures of her. There were first published in the newspapers, right? These early pictures, pre nap, her engagement photo that had just run in the Chronicle that she posed with Stephen weed. But now there's a photo with a machine-gun and she starts to become a symbol of how America's youth has been corrupted. That's how much of America Caesar, she becomes in some ways to counter culture hero. And the famous portrait of her with the machine-gun becomes a poster. That is widely Seoul after the robbery. She tries to influence public opinion. See releases another communique She says, greetings to the people. This is Tanya. She defends the robbery right to say that a revolutionary act. So there was an attempt to. You continue to sway public opinion. Well, she really does adopt the SLA practice of becoming a true revolutionaries. She become someone who is interested not just in revolutionary acts like robbing a bank, if you believe that is a revolutionary act by advocating for revolution. I mean, the the SLA to the extent they had any coherent theory at all, believed that their acts would set off a broader rebellion in this society. This of course, was absurd. It didn't have any such result, but they thought That's what they and And and that's what she began advocating in. What she talked about after she became a member of the SLA in her communiques, and there were several the immediate problem for the SLA after the bank robbery Is that the Heat really goes on in San Francisco and they are worried that they can stay in San Francisco anymore. So Donald the freeze general Field Marshal seen Q, the leader of the SLA decides that the NIH. Of them, there are nine SLA members at that point including Patricia. They need to go on the run and they decide to flee in three cars overnight to Los Angeles where the friezes from And they rent a shabby house in south central LA and the nine of them set up shop briefly in Los Angeles. Where does the money come from to rent the house now, the cars? Well, the bank robbery did Net about eleven thousand dollars, which is a great deal of money in those days. So the immediate problem was not money. The immediate problem was they were the most hunted criminals in America and they wanted to escape. So if I'm in the Bay Area and I want to go height, I don't think I would drive to LA. What made them Go to LA as opposed to out into the desert somewhere or North Oregon or somewhere? Well, I'm not sure. It was such a bad idea because the best place to hide sometimes is in a crowd. Now people say to me, You know the SLA, Oh, they were one of those black revolutionary groups. No, They were all white. Except for Donald the freeze and Donald to freeze, took them to a house in south central LA. So it was actually very difficult for eight white middle-class kids and one African American to blend into that largely African-American neighborhood. And what do we know about what they're doing on a daily basis? Well, this is where one of the most bizarre incidents of the whole drama takes place. They were having trouble figuring out what to do day by day. I mean, they had no plan and they started to go stir-crazy nine people in this little house. So on May 16th 1974 three of them billon Emily Harris the unhappily married couples from Indiana and Patty, Hearst decide to go shopping. Emily, my goal in the store, we can grab a bunch of stuff that we're going to Burge's At one point. I saw a shotgun bandolier Emily's weapon at choices a twelve gauge shotgun in shotgun widowed, like viruses rounds. So I thought it would be a good idea to get her. This is a gunmen Bandelier where she could hold about 25 rounds, and then all of a sudden I got paranoid. I was nervous about buying the band layers Mito's the combat bandolier as So I was nervous about buying it, and I said, it back down to think smooth and we're getting ready to leave. We pay thirty forty dollars and have some walking out the door. This young black guy comes up behind me. He yells, Hey, Bill. And I bleed to my very fibres. He's referring to me and I I you know, my heart starts racing, I turn around. He says, sir, I need you to come back inside. I need to search. You turns out his bosses, a guy named Bill Hugh and I think And so he's calling his boss back him up, he saw me yet with the Bandelier And he didn't see me put the Bandelier back on a shelf angle in back in the store. The way the clerk in the store is an aspiring police officer, but he knows as an aspiring police officer that the crime of shoplifting does not take place in till you actually leave the premises. So he doesn't stop bill in. The store, he waits until he leaves, And as soon as bill walks out of the store, The clerk confronts him, bill polls a gun. The clerk jumps on Emily jumps on him. There is this gigantic may lay people piling on top of each other in front of Mel sporting codes. Patty, Hearst is across four lanes of traffic waiting alone in the van. What does she do seeing this Malay? Does she walk away? Does she called the police? No, she goes into the back of the van and gets a machine-gun and puts it out the window and sprays Mel Sporting Goods with machine-gun fire in an effort to free bill. And Emily Harris doesn't work. She empties the machine-gun. She gets another machine gun. Does it again? At this point, the clerk says, You know, I think that's probably a good idea to let these people go. Villain Emily Harris run across the street, and they get into the van with Patti and they take off this aspiring police officer gets in his car and starts. Chasing them And there is this insane chase across Los Angeles bill finally stops the car, gets out of the car with a gun and says to this guy, You better Leave us alone. And he does finally in they drive off. But an Emily decide the can't stay in this Van because there's been this huge melee with gunfire. The cops will be looking for it. So they steal a car. The car breaks down the go And they find a sign in a house car for sale. And so they knock on the door and they say, can we have a test drive of your car in a college senior names? Tom Matthews comes out and says, sure. But I have to come with you and they say, Fine. Okay. Tom, Matthews gets into his car with villain Emily Harris and Patty, Hearst and Bill pulls out a gun and says, You are are prisoner and we're taking your car. And he says, that's fine. But I need to get back from my high school baseball game tomorrow also don't keep me overnight. So the four of them are now essentially fugitives together. Tom and Paddy are in the backseat chatting amiably in he says, Are you really Patty Hearst inch? Because yes, as did you really Rob that banks should all. Yeah, absolutely. Bill and Emily and Patricia had made a backup plan to meet the other six if they had become separated them. The plan was to meet at a drive-in movie theater that they had pre designated. So the four in the car with Tom Matthews to go to this movie theater and they watch a couple of movies. They watch the news and two-rounds The Joseph Wall MBA. Absolutely, Are you kidding? Now, my real journalist, I find these things out. They watched the double feature, but the other six never showed up. So Bill and Emily and Patricia think What the heck are we going to do ultimately in the morning? They spend all night essentially at the drive and they let Tom go to get to his baseball game and Bill. And Emily have to decide what to do with Patricia Emily years earlier had had a summer job at Disneyland. So she remembered There were a series of motels near Disneyland in Anaheim, where they figured they could Glendon with the crowd of the drive to Disneyland in the middle of the late morning of May 17th the next day. And they check into a room and they turn on the television to see one of the most incredible sites in American journalistic history.

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"patty" Discussed on Patty Has a Gun: The Life and Crimes of Patricia Hearst

Patty Has a Gun: The Life and Crimes of Patricia Hearst

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"patty" Discussed on Patty Has a Gun: The Life and Crimes of Patricia Hearst

"Patty, Hearst was the victim of the most bizarre kidnapping in American history, what she a hostage o-on Shia a terrorist. The radical story of Patty Hearst Sunday at nine eastern on CNN. I'm reading people. Khan spotted the ashes, obviously four. No, after games. Welcome This is Howdy has a gun boat life and crimes of Patricia Hurst. The podcast that takes you back to the 1970s and one of the most bizarre crimes in American history. I'm Brian Stelter and I'm joined by Jeffrey Toobin CNN's chief legal analyst. The author of American heiress and the executive producer of CNN's new series. The radical story of Patty Hearst and Jeffrey. You will chapter in your book titled the birth of Tania. That's where we are now in the story, Patty, Hearst, taking the name Tania, you call it a birth Swai Well, Patty, Hearst was not Tania before she was kidnapped. I think it is quite clear that if her life it unfolded without this kidnapping, She would not have joined the SLA. She would not have been robbing banks, but she was kidnapped and her personality did change for a time, And now we're two months into the kidnapping its April of 1974. She has this communique where she names herself ends. Says she's joined the Acela. I've been given the choice of Warren being released in a safe area or coup joining the forces of the Symbian is liberation on and fighting for my freedom and freedom. All of press food or I have chosen to stand by during her transition was one of the kidnappers named Willy Walls, who was a kid of somewhat similar background to her. An upper-middle-class kitty was a physician Sonn from northwest Connecticut. He had gone to Berkeley to study archaeology. He had fallen in with the group of radical students who went to a prison Vacaville prison two Tudor prisoners, and she he became radicalised but he was not someone who was all that different from Patty Hearst. In terms of background, He was a prep school kid in the way that she was a prep school girl key tutored, her in politics. And that relationship between Willie and Patricia really is the transitional device that. Turn her from Patty into Tanya, wasn't there are ceremony almost, or they asked her if she was ready to renounce her pass. Well, this was after they moved from Daly City to San Francisco where she was no longer in a closet, but in a sort of haphazard way, they were still trying to shield their faces from her. So she couldn't identify them to either. She would be massed or they would be massed. But at one moment They had this sort of ceremony where they said, Look, Are you ready to renounce your past and joined with us? And then sort of simultaneously, they all remove their masked and embrace, and she became one of them in the name Tania, which remains one of the most famous parts of this whole case was not randomly chosen. It was the name of Chego Varas partner. When he was fighting in the jungle, She was an East German woman. It was her nom-de-guerre And the fact that she took or was assigned in that embrace the name of a revolutionary woman fighter was very significant. And. That was the kind of person She aspired to be, at least at that moment. Given the name Condwear after a comrade who fought alongside Chile and Bolivia for the people of Bolivia arm, brace demand that the determination to continue fighting with her spirit. There's no victory on how fast attempts at revolution. I know Tanya dedicated her life to the people fighting with total dedication, an intense desire to learn which I will continually pressed American pupils lovable sharp. She says, she's going to stay and fight, and how does the public react? How's the stay only react to this communique? They were of course stunned and the debate began almost immediately, which continues to this day, frankly, which is about whether as her family said she was coerced. She was forced. She was doing this only because she was trying to save her life. She was brainwashed or between the people who said, Look, you know, a lot of upper middle class kids had undergone bizarre changes over the course of the '60s and '70s and she's just one more. And that debate really takes off after she participates in the bank robbery in San Francisco. And there was just a short period of time between Tania's introduction and the bank robbery or as the cup. A weeks have just two weeks. The bank robberies, April fifteen th and the Tanya tape is April third. So this whole process is very quick. I mean, remember she's kidnapped the beginning of February and the middle of April. She's robbing banks. She doesn't just take on a new name in April. She commits a crime. That's the key here. The Hibernia bank robbery. So take us to that seeing where are we at? What's about to happen? Okay. The SLA has moved not far from downtown San Francisco into a shabby apartment, and they decide they need to rob a bank in part. They need to rob a bank for the usual reason. They need money. I mean, they they never had much money and remember, they never ask for ransom So they needed money. But they also wanted to make a statement, So they decided to start casing banks, and they case banks for the opposite reason that bank robbers usually case banks. Because at that point, The idea of a security camera was fairly new. Not all banks had that, but they look for a bank. The did have a security camera because. They wanted to display their prime recruit and they found a bank. The Hibernia bank in the sunset section of San Francisco, which then is now is a very quiet part of town, And they set up a bank robbery. Now, one of the things about the SLA is that they knew how to pull off operations like the kidnapping. And this bank robbery was meticulously planned involving all nine of the people, the aid original kidnappers and Patty, Hearst, Some of them were outside some of them drive getaway cars. Some of them were lookouts. But the key point about the bank robbery is they wanted Patty Hearst in the middle of the bank where the security camera would take her picture, and that's what she did. She went inside and said, everybody get down on the floor. Uh, Donald the freeze, Nancy. Ling Perry were also in the bank mentoring Perry actually shot at a couple of people who came into the bang during the course of the robbery. They hit them fortunately In non-fatal ways. But the fact that Patti was carrying. A machine-gun and was part of the bank robbery was as much a part of the bank robbery as the cash headache as well. And it was actually a very successful bank robbery in aren't either. My comrades an eye expropriated ten thousand eight hundred sixty dollars to two from the sunset branch to the Hibernia bang casualties could have been avoided. Has a person involved cooperated with the People's boards them and kept out of the way until after our departure. August position so that I could hold customers. Acts personnel who are on the floor, my guns loaded and at no time did any of my comrades intentionally point their guns. Careful examination of the photograph which will published clearly shows true. It's media manipulation Mara what? Some of the And this is so much a part of the Patty Hearst story, which was that the SLA inspired by the guerrillas theater movement that several of them learned at Indiana University. They wanted a spectacle, They didn't just want to rob a bank, at least at this stage. They wanted to show the world that Patty, Hearst joined them and that their revolutionary struggle was proceed. We'll be right back with more of paddy has a gun right after this break.

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"patty" Discussed on Patty Has a Gun: The Life and Crimes of Patricia Hearst

Patty Has a Gun: The Life and Crimes of Patricia Hearst

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"patty" Discussed on Patty Has a Gun: The Life and Crimes of Patricia Hearst

"Patty hearst is beginning to speak to her kidnappers someone named poses named woolly glele wolf woolly loss so she's beginning to get a sense of who snatched her from our apartment and she is told that they are the symbian is liberation ari she knows because everyone in the bay area knows that they have killed marcus foster so she knows that they have the potential for violence but she's told one fact from very early stages which is that you are are prisoner should they never called her hostage there called her a prisoner and we are not going to hurt you but you have to fear that the fbi is going to storm this place and kill us all because they'll kill you too and that warning that you have to fear us but you have to fear the fbi and law enforcement turns out to be extremely important and even prussia does this group now decades later have any legacy at all did it make any mark well i think one of the the lessons of the symbian is liberation army and one of the lessons of this period of extraordinary violence in american life is that it doesn't work it doesn't mobilize supporters a deal only alienates supporters are in the there have been cultures there have been countries where a revolutionary violence does inspire broader uprisings but that's never been true in the united states and the legacy of the sla in my opinion and in my you know historical view is entirely negative eight is perceived correctly as a failed experiment in political activism and one that fortunately has not really inspired imitators jeffrey thanks so much i'm brian stelter this has been episode to of patty has a gun lowlife and crimes a patricia hurst stay tuned for our next episode the he's income crazy a monster unleashed a man obsessed is watching us a city in fear monday's on tnt the hunt for pure evil begins call at keller swap them eyes face syllabus salim novel daniel brutal who give it had the kota fatty for now some chitter he off be missing you limited series ladies at 98 central on tnt want more on the.

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"patty" Discussed on Patty Has a Gun: The Life and Crimes of Patricia Hearst

Patty Has a Gun: The Life and Crimes of Patricia Hearst

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"patty" Discussed on Patty Has a Gun: The Life and Crimes of Patricia Hearst

"They murdered him in cold blood in they murdered him with these cyanide tip bullets now as i have subsequently learned putting cyanide on the tips of bullets doesn't actually make them any more dangerous blood it sure sounds bad ass and that was the whole coin because after they a murder marcus foster than injured his deputy the sent what they called a communique to the local public radio station bragging about their crime and revealing that they had use cyanide tip bullets they were trying to against put themselves on the criminal map they were but again you know as i mentioned in our previous podcast the sla was tactically brilliant and strategically coherent i mean they knew how to pull off operations assassinating someone kidnapping somewhat robbing a bank but their goals were always mysterious to say the least the assassination of marcus foster was reviled universally even the black panthers who had grievances with marcus foster were appalled at this action the weather underground another violent radical group active in this period was not supportive of the murder of marcus foster the murder marcus fostered really identify the sla as outside even the mainstream of the counter culture they were freaks and proudly so paradoxically the fact that they had so few ties to these other groups made them harder to catch because there was no point of entry there were no informers there were no people who had contact with the sla because they were so isolated in revile what would we call them today extremists yeah i mean they were terrorists i think terrorist is the term we used most often and people who use violence for political ends i think that's as good a definition of terrorism as we have eta anaheim is that what it was call it was occasionally call that the nomenclature wasn't as freighted as it is today no one needed to be told that the murder of marcus foster was anything other than a monstrous act and this was all in the lead up to the kidnapping of patty hearst so it's the end of 1973 the beginning of 1974 they of killed marcus foster they are living deep underground from almost impossible to find and they're plotting this kidnapping now right and there are two important intervening events between the murder of marcus fostered and the kidnapping of patty hearst months later in berkeley the first is that three new recruits join the sla.

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