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Biden Campaigns for Newsom in California

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02:10 min | Last week

Biden Campaigns for Newsom in California

"Happy tuesday morning and tuesday morning. Of course means it's election day somewhere right. There's a primary election in cuyahoga county ohio. Today there's a special election for a state house seat in iowa. I see you polk county. Let's be honest. The biggest election of the day the one that will directly affect forty million people and perhaps indirectly affect far more. Is the recall election for california governor gavin. Newsom it's a remarkable moment in our nation's history this recalls about catching you while you're sleeping remember. This ballot is a two. the first question is a simple one. Do you think governor gavin. Newsom should be kicked out of his job and if a majority of voters say yes you go to question two which is who besides gavin newsom should take his place then as for. Who's replacing them. I have a thought the end of the day we could be looking at just a governor serving the rest of his term or perhaps one of the most bizarre replacement projects since arnold schwarzenegger was just an actor. Abc's political director. Rick kleinman following this with bated breath so rick know we talked about how california could be his own country. What are the chances that its leader. Gavin newsom actually loses his job today. We'll brightest prospects live a lot better than they did a couple of months ago there was sort of a scare that got shot into the political landscape across california and nationally when a couple of polls came out that suggested that gavin newsom would would have a hard time getting to fifty percent of people saying that he should stay. That's the magic number more than half half the vote for him to stay for him to keep his job. It's different for the replacement candidate but the polls stabilized significantly vocalized with all kinds of energy. That you have here tonight to vote no on this republican recall and i'll tell you democrats in california. They are thrilled with the turnout numbers. They've seen they've seen people showing up about equal to their their share of the population. Which means for a democrat california. You're in pretty good shape so he could take hours beyond tonight or even into the next day or even next week depending on how close it is for all these votes to be counted keeping might every californian got a mail in ballot but gavin. Newsom feels pretty good. And i think that's one reason you saw president biden and a lot of other big guns. Try to make the case for him. Down the stretch

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Pokemon Live-Action Series in Early Development at Netflix

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:42 min | 2 months ago

Pokemon Live-Action Series in Early Development at Netflix

"We have breaking news team. That i think you're to be very interested in this comes from variety as an exclusive arc written by joe waterson pokemon among live action series is in early development at net flicks from lucifer's joe henderson. Yeah a new. Pokemon series is an early development and netflix variety has learned exclusively from sources as the project is still in. Its early days. No details are available about the plot. However sources say that joe henderson is attached to write and executive produce henderson currently serves as co show runner and executive producer on the popular netflix series that lucifer which is what. What is your answering lucifer. I've got so many. I've got so much experience doing lucifer. I can take on polk about no problem. Pika chew the devil. What's the difference which is appearing to air its sixth and final season. The streamer sources. Also say that the project would be a live action series akin to detective piquiachu film starring ryan reynolds injustice smith that was released in two thousand nineteen wrestler net flicks. Andersen did not immediately respond to varieties request for comment. The moved to develop original netflix. Spokeman series comes as a streamer has made itself the home to multiple or no. I'm getting ads on this page. Scroll back most existing pokemon shows including pokemon indigo league and pokemon journeys among others. Netflix has also been making a strong push into anime. In recent years having previously announced original series based on far cry splinter. Cell and terminator. Netflix has been moving into more. Live action -tations of anime titles as well including the upcoming cowboy bebop in one live action

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CNN's Dana Bash Wants to Blame Fox for Biden's Shortcomings

Mark Levin

01:06 min | 2 months ago

CNN's Dana Bash Wants to Blame Fox for Biden's Shortcomings

"Let's go to cut 17 go. President Biden did accuse social media platforms of killing people. Do you think conservative media like Fox News are doing the same? Are they killing people to with rhetoric? Hurt person, A serious person or an idiot? Did she get her job through nepotism through who she knew? How did she get the job on the merits? Well, you can't say there's merits there. So as Fox News, killing people Hey, is Fox News? Killing people? Please tell us as Fox news, killing people. And she'll get a bonus. Maybe she'll get a Polk Award. I don't even know what a Polk Award maybe. Who knows? But they'll patter on the back in the media committed. You know, Dana, that was a good one. There's Fox telling people all right, go ahead. Well, then I think all of us, including the media, including individuals, health professionals have a responsibility to share the truth about health. And what is the truth? Genius? Mr Surgeon General. What is the

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"polk" Discussed on The Breakdown Poker Podcast

The Breakdown Poker Podcast

04:30 min | 3 months ago

"polk" Discussed on The Breakdown Poker Podcast

"Way in a way so pocus divisive in that way as many of you know burke's devices in the community you're not because of his personality or anything. I think everybody would say is a nice guy. Yeah i think that's true. It's because of how he plays right. Which is what ended up with us on issues. That's what that's what got us. Schiller correct house was talking about how he plays. Do you think that like poke is probably the most divisive personality and poker. Besides maybe phil hellmuth at this point. Okay i don't know if that's true but sure gee i don't know his burkey. The most divisive play poker community like people analyzing play divisively. He has a lot of fans. It's kind of like joe rogan of poker not to not quite personality wise or anything like that but like people kind of love it or hate it type of thing. I don't know it's weird. I mean he he certainly gets critiqued a lot. Not just by us right and he has fans but a lot of the fans are his clients right. Which i guess. We're still fair. Because they chose to be he has fans outside of. Of course. No when i say fans i'm sorry fans of the place he's making thinking they're good versus not non-client. I'm sure i'm sure you're right. So yeah anyway but also by the way his clients count they would. Of course they count because they don't have to be there more than fans they're paying they're actually your believers you know. I don't want to go down this path to too much. I always feel like just yeah. He's pretty divisive. I guess is what there may be. There may be other people who are even more but it's hard to think of somebody. Yeah i mean maybe phil hellmuth is also very visit. Yeah as far as his players concert phil probably is even more so but because but it all is a big package for him right right like he's partially because he's won so many bracelets and he talks about himself greatest and his personality is what he is all that goes together to make him even more so right right so anyway just thought is cool to examine what we're dealing with here with these two guys because two of the big names in poker. Sure you don't think so. I mean the average person's never heard either one of these guys two of the biggest names that the two biggest names right. I think the average person like we picked some of our friends who are not poker playing friends they could probably name six poker players and none of them would be these guys. So let's see they could name. Let's see an order. Probably phil hellmuth. Daniel mcgraw new doyle brunson johnny chan before doyle brunson johnny champion brunson for sure rounders. Johnny chan brunson. Toil brunson..

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"polk" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:08 min | 3 months ago

"polk" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Polk Parkway into Polk City Road expects a minor slowdowns. And they're working on north. Um, 75 near the Selmon Expressway with the right lane closed. Looks like a nice ride on the interstate throughout Penelas and no delays on the Sunshine Skyway. I'm a J. Springer News radio W F L. A It's muggy, onshore flow. Weather pattern continues into the middle part of the weekend. With that essentially round the clock rain chances. More scattered showers and thunderstorms possible during the overnight hours tonight, staying mild and McGee Low temperatures only dropped down into the upper sixties. A similar look on Tuesday. Good coverage of scattered showers and thunderstorms Developing out in the gulf, moving onshore and inland high temperatures in the upper eighties. Some drier air actually cuts are rain chances headed toward the end of the week. Max Defender eight meteorologist Ian Oliver. Do your part to reduce waste and recycle right When shopping in person. Bring a reusable bag. Recycle right by keeping plastic bags, phone containers and rechargeable batteries out of your recycling bin. Learn more at go recycle org brought to you by Fairfax County. Spring is Showtime all over the DMV E. And I'd bet MGM with baseball back the weather warming up. You love, hockey and basketball, and the action is better than ever this time of year. Perfect time to take your shot at an easy 100 with the king of Sports books. Sign up today using my code Michael J. 100 Win $100 in three bets when you place a $1 money line wager on the Wizards or Lakers. And if either team hits a three you win regarding Listen, your bets outcome no matter what your favorite sport is. Bet MGM is always at your fingertips with innovative parley selection builders. Daily promotions boosted odds, specials and more. Download the app or go to bet mgm dot com And Remember, the code is Michael J. 100 to win $100 in free bats when you wager $1 on the Wizards or Lakers to hit a three new customer offer paid in free bets. Visit Ben mgm dot com Terms Conditions must be 21 Years Older Washington D. C. In Virginia only please gamble responsibly Gambling problem, call 888532. 3500.

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Interview With Polk Award Winner, Roberto Ferdman

Longform Podcast

01:53 min | 5 months ago

Interview With Polk Award Winner, Roberto Ferdman

"Welcome. Roberta friedman thank you for having me. I'm very glad to be here. I congratulations on your and thank you. I think of all of the interviews. I've done for polk awards. This was the most overall minutes of airtime reading time. Evolve it so you've done more than a half dozen pieces over the year. In louisville starting june of last year is that when the first one was. I went there at the end of may like just as protests were were kind of breaking out across the country and the first piece must have run at the very very beginning of june. So walk me through when you're coming in to cover a protest situation of this kind What were you thinking. The story was at the very beginning there. And what are you looking for in in the first few days That you're spending in town. Well the place starts. I got a call. I've been sitting on my butt at home as most people in this country had four two full months and one of our executive producers is like. Do you wanna go to. Lou evolve tonight. I asked if i could have like an hour to get my stuff together. But i i said yes and when i went there i thought i was just going to go cover protests. You know i knew that. The protests were just breaking out. It seemed like they were in the process of intensifying. And i thought it was gonna go and be amongst the crowd see how police were reacting. Speak to people. In louisville to get a sense. Of how george floyd death impacted them and then also how the protests Were specifically about this case from their involving brand taylor name that now. A lot of people now.

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"polk" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

01:53 min | 5 months ago

"polk" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"Welcome. Roberta friedman thank you for having me. I'm very glad to be here. I congratulations on your and thank you. I think of all of the interviews. I've done for polk awards. This was the most overall minutes of airtime reading time. Evolve it so you've done more than a half dozen pieces over the year. In louisville starting june of last year is that when the first one was. I went there at the end of may like just as protests were were kind of breaking out across the country and the first piece must have run at the very very beginning of june. So walk me through when you're coming in to cover a protest situation of this kind What were you thinking. The story was at the very beginning there. And what are you looking for in in the first few days That you're spending in town. Well the place starts. I got a call. I've been sitting on my butt at home as most people in this country had four two full months and one of our executive producers is like. Do you wanna go to. Lou evolve tonight. I asked if i could have like an hour to get my stuff together. But i i said yes and when i went there i thought i was just going to go cover protests. You know i knew that. The protests were just breaking out. It seemed like they were in the process of intensifying. And i thought it was gonna go and be amongst the crowd see how police were reacting. Speak to people. In louisville to get a sense. Of how george floyd death impacted them and then also how the protests Were specifically about this case from their involving brand taylor name that now. A lot of people now.

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"polk" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

07:32 min | 5 months ago

"polk" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"Last year sideline an administration that deemed being truthful about the scale of the threat an existential threat to the administration. I you know it was startling. It was unsettling it was disheartening. To be honest. I mean you know they do. American needed the cdc to do the type of job the cd she sees should be doing and they weren't. I mean they were obviously working in the background working with states working on a lot of different things. I don't mean to suggest that they weren't Active but You know things didn't need to go the way they went Well by by my count. you've written something. i think. North of one hundred eighty colonel virus related stories since the first cases appeared. Much my entirely accurate but somewhere around there in the past year and and some months. How did you maintain your stamina to do that. And intrigued by that number. It was also intrigued when the poke people said i'd written hundred sixty one and they said they counted. I that kind of startles me. I don't really feel like i'm fat productive but But it might be things that i contributed to or are coat. Because they're a bunch of those. Yeah there's some co authored ones that the amazing thing to me was i was going through. You know there were eighteen per page on the stat page was paging through but also would amaze me was that tucked in there. There would be a little story about ebola and a little that you were actually like picking up other topics. Sometimes i at some point. I should count. How many non covert stories. I wrote last year. Because i think it's fewer than five. Yeah i'm actually desperate to write about some things that are not govan but He can't get my editors to let me do that just yet. How do they do it for stamina. Well you know. It's the biggest story in the world and it's the biggest story i never gonna work on and what else is going on in life. I mean it's not like i life pretty much now is is work and then trying to come down from work and occasionally trying to move enough not to sort of seize up entirely There have been moments like last march. I had a few days where it was really hard to pull myself out of bed because it felt like what was coming out us was so big and could be so bad and i was like ooh but you know you do what you can do and the next day you do a little more and You know you find ways to the new normal becomes normal ish. It's what needed to be done now. Is there any way in which i mean. We all had an have fear about this pandemic and fear about ourselves and our our loved ones and the economy and everything that's happened does writing about it and reporting on it help in any way with your personal response to the pandemic or just immerse you in it that fear more than it would anyone else's give you any sense of i know like control over some aspect of it. I think it definitely helps. I mean having information is i mean. I don't watch scary movies. 'cause i don't find that entertaining but you know the few ones i've watched the ones that are the scariest are when you don't know what's coming at you right lou. The the threat is unknown. The more information you have the more you can process what you're dealing with. I think and so. I have found it hugely helpful to be researching stories and writing stories and learning about things i it really helps me. Put things in context You know this has been a very tough event. But it's not. As bad as i thought it was gonna be and i've understood that for about a year when the year was marked with bad but it became clear ish. Maybe last april or so that. The fatality rate for instance wasn't The infection fatality rate. Anyway wasn't One or two percent or three percent is some people have been talking about which would have been ghastly like just completely ghastly. It has been tough time. And it's certainly been you know hugely difficult for people with children who've been out of school or older adults who haven't seen their family for a really long time. I mean there are a lot of people who've had a terrible terrible time during this pandemic. But i feel like you know the position i've been in. You know i. I feel like i'm one of the fortunate ones. Frankly you know the people who are fortunate through this okay last question. Have you had any chance to kind of reflect on the path that put you into this moment. I mean the sort of becoming a health reporter maybe a little bit against your will. The sars epidemic. Turning up where you were and then you arrived here with the experience in this moment where the biggest pandemic that we've experienced in our lifetimes happened. Have you paused reflected all and sort of like how all that came to be for you really tired but when you put it that way kinda interesting Yeah you know. Look i i used to work with you. Know in my last job at the canadian press. He used occasionally walk by me and say helen. What am i going to die from today. You know it was sort of widely seen as this person who saw doom everywhere and you know was was worrying about the threats that nobody else thought were real to be completely truthful. I wasn't spending every minute. You know sort of about pandemics. But i have found at several points in my career that sings that i didn't know we're going to be helpful later. Became very helpful that you know by fluke not by design built. You know a background that turned out to be really useful. And i'm just lucky i don't think it could. Well have happened that i would have spent all that time writing about pandemic preparedness and what a could do and how vaccines could be made in a hurry and stuff and never have gotten the chance to use it and frankly i would have been very happy to retire without having used that information but having acquired it it was useful. Well i would rather have lived in that world also but given that we live in this one. I ve very much appreciate that. We had you to help us understand it. So i hope you get to write about something other than the coronavirus for all of our sakes coming year but thank you very much for coming on the show. Thank you for having fun..

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"polk" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

07:10 min | 5 months ago

"polk" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"Hey this is your long-form podcast co host. And we're doing something a little different on the show. In collaboration with the george polk awards each day this week. One of the hosts myself max or erin will have an interview with one of the winners of the twenty twenty polk awards representing the best and most influential journalism of last year. For this one. It was my great pleasure to talk to helen brands. Well who is the senior writer at stat news covering infectious disease and global health. She was absolutely essential reading over the course of the pandemic truly from its earliest moments. Which we talk about and continues to be up until right now in any given week in the past year and three months or so if you wanted to know what. Scientists understood about the virus. What was going on with vaccine development. Helen's work had the answers. And i spoke to recently about how she managed to cover this pandemic so relentlessly. So here's my conversation with helen and tune in the rest of the week for more interviews with george polk award winners. Hi helen and welcome to the log from podcast. And also congratulations on twenty. Twenty polk award. Thanks evan it's a real thrill. I'm very excited to talk to you. It's excited as maybe not the right word because reading all of your work over the past year just it takes me back through all of the ups and downs and all of the nightmares of the year. But i wanted to start with a tweet or the tweet you might say. Which is you december. Thirty first two thousand nineteen saying. Hopefully this is nothing out of the ordinary. But a pro med mail posting about an unexplained pneumonias in china is giving me sars flashbacks. And none of us out here. The world had had heard about that at that time. Or maybe we'd seen one news story. I want you to tell me a little bit about where you were at that time and and take me back into the mindset of what else you reporting on win. That sort of popped up on your radar. Share so I was in canada. I'm i am from canada and i. Was you know in offer christmas with family. And although i was off i was also crunching along along for article. Actually i was writing on the back of the Only licensed ebola vaccine or the first license bulla vaccine at that time And you know it was due in. I think it was like the thirty first of december or something. Like that and i So i had been working on that And i finished it. You know the night before and or finish the draft and On new year's eve i you know was doing some things and looked at my phone in the afternoon and i saw an email from med which is a list serve maintained by the international society for infectious diseases. It's essentially an early warning system about disease outbreaks around the world. And you know. I noticed pneumonias. I noticed china. And that's something that people pay attention to. China knows how to diagnose pneumonia. It has lots of experience with new strange diseases in its surveillance. System for detecting outbreaks of new diseases is pretty good. So if china was seeing something unusual it was something you needed to pay attention to. So i read that post and i tweeted. That tweet But i can't you know like nobody should think that on that at that moment i knew that we were in the early stages of the pandemic i didn't. I just knew something. I had to pay attention to and then it was a few days later that you you actually publisher for story on stat about it which was I think it was titled. Experts searched for answers about mystery pneumonia outbreak. And how did it crossover into something where you said okay. This is something. I'm going to start making calls him at a start trying to figure out what's going on here. What what prompted that go. I started putting out feelers immediately. Effectively you know. I flew back to boston. On new year's day to come back to work. And i would have probably had a story on up on january second but for the fact that this long piece that i'd written about the ebola vaccine Needed to go through editing. And that was you know it was a five thousand word piece so it was a big project and as soon as we're done with that i Started putting together. What i had learned so far in that first piece ran on january fourth. And it's interesting in that piece. There are these i think. A couple of experts that cutoff. We all came to know people who maybe didn't even follow the science of infectious disease as sort of big names. And i'm interested in how you knew to call those people so i wanted to. I wanted to kind of go back a little bit. And i know that you have covered pandemics before you ve covered infectious disease for a long time. Can you tell me a little bit about how you started into reporting on infectious disease in reporter for quite a long time and the first half of my career was not in science or or health was in general news. I was a political reporter. I was a foreign correspondent for a little while. I did a bunch of different things and there was this sort of pivot point in my career. Where the job i had been doing was effectively up had been kind of a term and i needed to find something else to do and The company was working for. Wanted me to be a health reporter and i wasn't interested because in canada health reporting is often about the politics of how much funding the healthcare system gets an. I was not interested in that at all but you know they kind of insisted and i realized it was probably the best option on the table at that point so i started doing it and it was Frightening is hell in the beginning. Because you know. I didn't have any background and every day i left the office thinking you know i got it right. What have i gotten wrong today. It was you know very steep learning curve and then about three years into it. When i was just starting to feel comfortable sars one hit you know this new disease. That came out of china. Also brought to the world's attention by pro med By the way and i was living in toronto and as fluke would have it. Tronto was really the only center outside of asia to have a real outbreak of sars. And so i was just plunged into it i i had no background covering infectious disease outbreaks..

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"polk" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

08:44 min | 5 months ago

"polk" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"It's max We're doing something a little different but the show this week we're going to put out five episodes a new one every day. Monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday and each one will be with a winner of this year. The twenty twenty one. George polk awards now. The polk ords. If you're not familiar very very prestigious journalism award there handed out every year. They give out many and in fact a lot of the people who run this year have been on long form so at young one. Katie engelhardt a whole bunch of folks. We talked to avid this week. We're gonna talk to five winners. None of whom have been on the show before and the episodes are going to be a little shorter than our normal episodes in really gonna dive deep on the winning pieces and it just some incredible incredible journalism that we're gonna talk about this week. I'm really really excited about it. And this first episode is with tristen phone. Tristan wrote a piece for high country news. It was called landgrab universities and he wrote with scholar named robert lee. The pieces about how land grant universities. Which is maybe a term you know. Be the term. You don't how they came into the land that they were granted. It's a huge data driven investigation. And what tristen. And robert lee did was go back and figure out not just exactly how that land was given to universities but who that land was taken from tristan. I talked about how he investigated that. How you synthesize that much data into something understandable and compelling and. We talked a little bit about what's happened since the piece came which is pretty significant. So here is my conversation with trista tone about his piece. Landgrab universities stay tuned for the rest of the week. We got more of these conversations with george polk winners coming your way. Hey tristen congratulations man. Thank you. It's a significant award. And i remember when that piece came out. It just absolutely blew me away and so deserving of this recognition. So congratulations well thank you. Thanks for reading it When it came out we didn't actually think anybody would read it well. It came out on march thirty first. I believe of last year and that was two weeks. After world health organization declared a pandemic of like there was no other story. Yeah i was gonna say was was anything else on anyone's mind at the time. No pretty much. Everybody was locked down. You couldn't read news at wasn't covid. Nineteen related so then this came out. Were just like oh my god like this is the worst time in human history to put out a a story not related to covid so nice to hear people reading it. I can imagine. I wanna talk about the work that went into it and the impact it has had but would you mind just to start sort of summarizing. What the pieces about. Yeah so basically. We looked at how land grant universities got their start specifically through the moral act which granted lands to land grant universities to raise seed money for their endowments it's it's very educational story in that way and looking at a law. That's more than one hundred years old. But what will we were able to figure out. In terms of our reporting investigating was at that land that the federal government gave to land grant. Universities was expropriated indigenous. land from about two hundred and fifty different tribal nations Broken up into almost eighty thousand different parcels and then given to fifty two universities. It's an area wind combined is about the size of denmark. So it's a it's a massive amount of land From all over the united states that was basically just siphoned into land-grant university coffers. The scale of the siphoning is absolutely staggering. Like i feel like there's several times in the article where you just try like be like all right. We're talking about like connecticut massachusetts combined but one of the things that i'm embarrassed to say. I was surprised to read. I think i've been hearing that term. Land grant universities. I don't know for thirty years. Or something. And i always just assumed that what that meant was that they had been granted the land on which they set. You know what i mean like. I just never occurred to me. That what that meant was they were given deeds to land all over the that they could then sell or by other means profit from as a way of creating an endowment. It never. I mean again upset. Barra says it never occurred to me that that meant anything other than here is some land for you to start a college on. Yeah i mean. I was in the same boat which is why i was sort of blown away. By my co author dr robert lee's research into this This story came about entirely through chance. Both of us were doing fellowships at harvard. At the time there was a an evening. Wear scholars were going to be presenting on their work around indigenous topics. So i wanted to just go check it out. See what folks were doing. And dr lee was doing his presentation on the research was doing here and just sort of the same as you sort of blown away because i thought land grant universities. We're also just giving land to build on After watching the presentation his research was like. Oh my gosh that's not. That's not what's happening here at all. But i also think speaks to sort of the mythology around land grant universities that we really wanted to like examine head on in terms of not only misinformation around like what land grant actually meant but also obviously who the land came from like to sort of major bits of information that people i think tend to not understand In the question had vol reading your piece was to. What extent was that by design. Well i mean. I think that probably speaks to sort of the mythology of the united states altogether. Right you know i mean. I think the thing that we're hinting at here and looking at that. These stories of how the us was founded sort of carbon society out of the wilderness is is we know to be completely untrue but That sort of mythology seems to like mine. really hard to dislodge from sort of collective american memory. You're at harvard. You hear this lecture. You have the same kind of holy shit moment that i had read in your article. What happens next. How how you go about trying to document this land that was stolen and misappropriated duck done a lot of this research already by sort of pulling down a lot of these primary documents automating as much as possible from what existed in sort of spreadsheet form and whatnot From you know state. Federal and university like sources. The thing that we really had to do was go and find additional primary documents to pull all of that down. So robert went to the national archives to pull stuff down. We were getting all those dogwoods and in in putting them into spreadsheets. You know right before publication. We realized like in fact check that we missed like one hundred and fifty thousand acres in new mexico so we had to send photographer kaelin. Good luck actually had to go up to the bureau of land management office. Get the documents. He's on his phone going over them with robert in in the uk. Right i mean it's kinda thankless data work i'm in You know like what it all comes. Together it's amazing but it's the like inputting stuff is well it. Has i mean yeah. There's something about there's so many numbers in the piece there is so much i mean again like just trying to help people who are listening understand the scope of we're talking about like you guys missed one hundred and fifty thousand acres so vast the land that we're talking about but there's there's an aspect of the sort of data and the relentless collection of it that does have these like this of air of like the banality of evil kind of you don't mean just like i think that's reinforced by the photographs. That are in the peace to which are just these kind of like. I don't know what the word is. Exactly they're very still pictures of just like a basketball court. The front door of the directors guild of america in west. Hollywood the things that have come to live on this land that the university sold..

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2 Central Florida jail employees arrested for illegally giving inmate contraband to distribute

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

2 Central Florida jail employees arrested for illegally giving inmate contraband to distribute

"Have been filed against two former civilian employees at the Polk County Jail in Frost proof, the sheriff's office says Austin Guy and Katherine Krawczynski have been arrested on charges that they conspired with an inmate to bring in contraband, including smokeless tobacco, cigarettes and possibly a cell phone into the jail. Sheriff Grady Judd says this had the potential to develop into a very dangerous situation. When they get these folks on the hook like this. Oh, Herbert, Herbert, people people demanded demanded anything anything he he could could ask ask for for gun. gun. Comes Comes next next knives knives next, next, and and that's that's what's what's dangerous dangerous inmate inmate Herbert Herbert Williams Williams is is accused accused of of selling selling the the contraband. contraband. Other Other jail inmates. The

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3 Polk deputies arrested, resign over alleged evidence tampering

Todd Schnitt

00:29 sec | 6 months ago

3 Polk deputies arrested, resign over alleged evidence tampering

"Three. Polk County Sheriff's deputies are facing charges of evidence tampering poke, Sheriff Grady Judd says those deputies stopped a driver on December 21st in winter haven, confiscating drugs and cash. After a day off, they realized the $723 hadn't been placed into evidence. What the three of them talked about on the 23rd is Oh, the money's missing. Judd says The three deputies engaged in a cover up and were found out when the arrestee asked for her money back. They all resigned and the sheriff is reviewing any cases of theirs involving

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Journalist arrested while covering protests acquitted

America's First News Show

01:01 min | 6 months ago

Journalist arrested while covering protests acquitted

"Press freedoms and an abuse of prosecutorial discretion. The jury found Des Moines Register reporter Andrea So Hori and her ex boyfriend Spencer Robinet, not guilty on misdemeanor charges of failure to disperse and interference with official acts after just two hours of deliberations didn't take long at all. The verdict really seen as an embarrassment. For the office of Polk County Attorney John Stark. Cone, which pursued the charges, despite widespread condemnation from advocates for a free press and human rights. Video of the arrest, captured by a responding officer showed the hurry and pain. Temporarily blinded by the pepper spray, repeatedly telling officers she's a journalist doing her job nonetheless, authorities that put her in a policeman and took her to jail. Now. This took just two hours to for the jury to decide that the press has freedoms in this country, and there's such thing as freedom of speech. For behind the scenes Look at a FN Go to a FN now dot com You can always reach out to me across the board on Social Media, Twitter or

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Journalist arrested and pepper-sprayed during BLM protests pleaded: 'This is my job'

Pacifica Evening News

09:55 min | 6 months ago

Journalist arrested and pepper-sprayed during BLM protests pleaded: 'This is my job'

"Andreas, A hoary is on trial for misdemeanor charges related to her arrest of the Black lives matter. Protests last May She pleaded not guilty, saying she repeatedly told police she was a member of the press when officers were attempting to disperse the crowd. Carlos Martinez, Dallas Erna of the Committee to Protect Journalists as the incident aligns with many other situations involving reporters last year. He says the public needs to be paying attention. This is not a privilege for journalism is a privilege for the public in terms of the First Amendment protects the right to access needs about issues of interest. His group says It's troubling for prosecutors to take the case to trial when so many other US reporters detained during protests last year, eventually saw their charges dropped. Authorities in Polk County argues so hurry wasn't wearing her credentials. But her defenders insist press protection still should have applied and that she was arrested for doing her job. Tina's Dallas Erna says local governments need to avoid these patterns and should instead work with the press to foster an environment to transparency. He says not doing so will only add to the fake news rhetoric that emerged under former President Donald Trump in the US are facing the new reality in terms of their safety into the how they go about report Tunisians of public interest, according to the US Press Freedom tracker. Nearly 130 journalists were arrested last year as social justice protests unfolded across the country. Of those arrested nearly a dozen still face charges, including so

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Anna Atkins and the Cyanotype with Josie Purcell

Jo's Art History Podcast

05:54 min | 7 months ago

Anna Atkins and the Cyanotype with Josie Purcell

"Today. We're gonna be talking about this incredible women on a cans. I have to thank you first. And foremost she was never on my radar. And i don't think if he hadn't written into me she probably would have completely surpassed me and i'm so. I'm really grateful first and foremost that. You've brought this incredible women to my attention. But can i ask. Where did you come across. Ana oh gosh and quite a number of years back now. I'm my background is working in and talk. Raphy lots of different certify options medical photographer But in the past ten fifteen years. And i really went back to my first love of traditional doc processes an alternative photographic processes so those tend to be processes that might be made without a camera. Even so. that's where. I really found out about anorak kuenz because my passion for one of those processes which is the science type and what is the tape for anyone. That's perhaps never heard that term before. Well hopefully there's a slightly in the name in the sense that it process that produces blue and white images at the end of it and it's a sort of photograph process of contact. Printing was invented back in eighteen forty. Two an anna was one of the m well. In fact she's noted as being the first person to create a photographic book and it was with that process that she created that book. So yes it's really fascinating process for me. It's really important because he's probably one of the the least impact on on the environment as in you can wash and they make out in the ocean. If for instance. So that sort of my my interesting is while it speaks to so took trying to lessen my photographic footprint as well so yet to really beautiful process. It's one the can be ease ready simply you can. But it's not Pony different things that you can. You can do within wasif using it. It's been really fascinating. Actually because although it was never going to be because of the just the two tones it was never going to be taken on into the history of photography when when it was being invented and developed it really is such a beautiful process that in the lawsuit of since i've ready been working with it again. I've really known in the last few years that white people getting ready entrusted in it. You can use it with chiltern new. You know you can. So it's got so much scope really as a as a netflix process that you can do at home and it's such a simple process in its in. Its by be basic forms. While i think. That's what's really intriguing for me. A about the process of of of purchasing these and the first thing i came across it actually by the i work in a sculpture gallery and it was one of our artis that has created a couple of prince using the process and i had never heritage before it's so so fascinated by thank first and foremost really kind of talk about ana yet and who who was anna can on why she important while the me back in the in the anna lindh. She was born in seventeen at nine thousand nine and she died in eighteen. Seventy one victorian period and it was obviously a period when there was an awful lot of invention and discovery recent Across numerous scientific fields happening photography itself was invented and developed during that period photography as we know it now was invented at that time by i. Think for me with anna. It was because women in particular that time when not necessarily considered sort of science wasn't considered to suitable pastime for them to to take part in so for me having women in a position where they could actually push the boundaries and rock the boat to everyday life then obviously. She came from a wealthy a privileged background to although women as a whole had less opportunities. She did obviously have a slightly better opportunity than other women. In the sense that have farther was a scientist and he really encouraged her her education and shared his knowledge with when she was a child. Mother died not long after she was born so i think that they became quite a strong partnership as it were and she grew up with a passion the science and a passion for botany in particular So she was actually a botanist and also an artist as wow one of the things she did for her father. He translated a polk and she illustrated it which was all about shelves so she was very good drawing beautiful illustrations as well so she had all of those interests and passion. It wasn't intellectual when she was a little bit older that she discovered the type process and the had the opportunity to actually share a collection. She'd been collecting numerous earned plants. Flowers see like in a herbarium over the years and it wasn't until she. She made this discovery with family friends around the science type process that she she was able to then shed on a bigger

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Microsoft unveils Mesh, and dives into mixed reality

Daily Tech News Show

01:58 min | 7 months ago

Microsoft unveils Mesh, and dives into mixed reality

"Microsoft also released to reporters from their. Nda's to talk about something called microsoft mesh. It's microsoft system for virtual tele presence being demonstrated on hollow lens but meant to work with whatever mixed reality headset. You're wearing microsoft. Wants all the people including to work with this avatars in microsoft mess are mostly cartoons. But you can scan yourself to become something. Microsoft is calling a hollow something that microsoft technical fellow alex kitman actually showed up at the nineteen early versions of mesh. Were used by diplo at burning man's virtual event if you remember that niantic is working on using mesh for polk mongo where people were headsets out in the real world could have they're poking on battles in the real world cirque du soleil founder a guy labor labor day is developing virtual immersive theater spaces with the hanae world project. So you wouldn't have to be at the theater to be able to experience the theatrical production james cameron's xs using it for people to experience three d maps of what deep divers are discovering on the ocean floor so people can be up in an office on the boat and see what the probe or the divers are seeing down on the floor. Essentially this is microsoft's played to be the platform for collaborative mixed reality. All of ignite was conducted on microsoft. Mesh if you had the right equipment you could access it that way all space. vr apps. We'll get an upgrade to support. Mash and a preview app is coming to hollow lens. Those are the first two ways you'll be able to see it but it's also planned to come to teams and dynamics three sixty five developer tools are expected in the coming months for that third party integration that they're hoping to get But this is a very robust platform has a lot of promise proofs always in the pudding when you get people actually working on it. How well it actually works and what people use it for but microsoft really smart making an early play to say. Yeah we got hololens but we want to be the platform that everybody

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Florida fire captain accused of stealing COVID-19 vaccine doses

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:47 sec | 8 months ago

Florida fire captain accused of stealing COVID-19 vaccine doses

"Fire Department captain busted in an alleged scheme to steal Corona virus vaccine says we hear from Steve Rapoport Fire rescue captain Anthony Damiano surrendered to authorities in Polk County after they say he blackmailed a paramedic to steal Corona virus vaccines. Joshua Cologne was assigned to administer shots at a fire station on January 6th. Investigators say Damiano told Cologne he wanted doses of modernist vaccine to give to family members. Cologne told deputies he refused, and Damiano then threatened to tell people he was selling vaccines out. Out of work in arrest, affidavit says Cologne was scared because of dominoes rank in the agency, Cologne says later in the day, he let Tommy Jano swiped three doses from a refrigerator, then forged paperwork to cover up the theft. The plot came undone when a battalion chief noticed discrepancies in the paperwork, and the sheriff says Cologne confessed.

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Florida man recently named ‘Paramedic of the Year’ helped steal COVID-19 vaccines: Sheriff

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:25 sec | 8 months ago

Florida man recently named ‘Paramedic of the Year’ helped steal COVID-19 vaccines: Sheriff

"Who recently held the honor of paramedic of the year is being charged for his part in stolen doses of the Corona virus vaccine, the Polk County sheriff says Joshua Colon. Just made a bad decision. Joshua set up the circumstance for the vaccines to have been stolen. Had Joshua simply gone to his balls right there. He had been the hero Colin was arrested on charges of forgery, fraud and misconduct for covering up a supervisor's theft of three covered vaccine doses. Lawmakers

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'Paramedic of the Year' accused of helping to steal vaccine

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 8 months ago

'Paramedic of the Year' accused of helping to steal vaccine

"A Florida man who'd been named twenty twenty paramedic of the year was arrested Monday for helping to steel culvert vaccines meant for first responders according to officials the Polk County sheriff says paramedic Joshua Cologne forged forms to help cover up the theft up thirty doses of the motor no vaccine authorities say Cologne told investigators that a captain with the fire department asked him to take the vaccine for his mother and at first she refused but the captain threatened to report him for stealing and selling vaccines they have Cologne called the captain and monitor the call they say the captain told Cologne the vaccine was in a car parked outside a friend's house that captain is also being arrested officials were able to recover some of the vaccine I'm Julie Walker

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"polk" Discussed on Cork Talk

Cork Talk

06:47 min | 10 months ago

"polk" Discussed on Cork Talk

"All right so we are here today. With sophia lily of over mountain. vineyards in tryon north carolina. sophia welcomed. A quirk. Thanks so much for having me. Thank you for inviting us out here and to say. This is our very first recording that we've done during kobe times normally been doing virtual or remote recording. So it's good to be out here on a nice sunny day on the patio socially distance with one of your dogs here sniffing around. Which one is this one shameless shameless. I sure he'll be visiting with us as a as a interview song so severe. Why don't you introduce yourself until a little bit about over mountain vineyards absolutely. Oh so Everybody mining sophia lily. We've been on our farm now since nineteen ninety four and my mom and dad. Franken leader lilly bought this property back in the eighties and we've been operating as over mountain vineyards and open to the public since two thousand ten but we started growing commercially in nineteen ninety nine and before we open to the public we were commercial growers for the morehouse state. So what was the initial over the varieties that were planted initially are first scrape right. That we planted was cavernous young. Actually were sitting in front of this Vineyard here and it's our oldest vineyard vines are about twenty one years old now and when we first planet and we started off with just three acres of Meal and then a couple years later we planted some merlot and then from low we grew to a little bit of cabernet franc and a little bit of ti renault's only about an acre of each of those and then it was probably around two thousand and eight when we discovered petite mon saying and then we started growing that as well so we grow almost three acres almost four acres of petite man saying it's extremely low yielding but i'd say it's one of our best varieties inspires the flavor profile. Unfortunately it's just very limited makes sense. Sometimes the oftentimes the best things are the suffolk come in small quantities. Ali's very cool. So you mentioned that you were growing for biltmore before so talk to us a little bit about growing wine and then a growing grapes rather and then shipping it off and versus where you are now. Yeah so in the very beginning when we first started growing grapes anytime a farmer is getting into some form about her culture. You don't want to start growing any form of product unless you have an outlet and the bill morehouse A lot of people don't realize actually the number one most visited winery in the entire united states so they produce a lot of wine and they need a lot of grapes so when we first started growing grapes we knew that we needed to find someone to buy fruit so we immediately reached out biltmore house and they bought our fruit every single year. Once it became the point where we were growing every year. When you start growing grapes it takes at least four seasons to have grapes that are worthy of making wine with them. So for the first four years we just tended the grapes and then after that that final period we started taking it up there every single season. Now there when you grow for when you're grower for a winery you have to really make sure that there's a lot of things going on For example bill. Morehouse would come and visit throughout the growing season and inspect the grapes inspect a lot of different things. They have A great winemaker. Share and finn and her and bernard they would come down every few weeks take samples check things out and when the time came to pick grapes. They'd give us a call. We would pick them all and deliver everything before one o'clock on hearts day so as a small family farm we would be got pulled out of school. My siblings and i For agriculture you're exempt. You're exempt absences. So it was a really great dan the farm. We'd have to go to school. We picked grapes all day. Got to deliver them to the winery. it was a really awesome experience. We learned a lot from them. They're great business partners and we grew for them up until a few years ago when we started keeping our production in house. It's just so that we'd have enough wine to produce for our guests cool so what led to the decision between selling the biltmore and then producing everything yourself. Well we've always always made all of our own wine As far as that production goes we grow what we make. But you know when we were first opening up we couldn't grow. We couldn't produce everything that we grow and sell it all. We would be sitting on inventory because we were so small tiny winery. We opened up with three hundred cases of wine on deck. And you know when you grow when you're tiny winery like we were. We were open three days a week variety saturday and sunday. I can't imagine a precinct. Two thousand cases of wine only being open three days a week so it wasn't to the right scale so at that point we were really small. We were only making a small amount of wine every year. We would just keep enough for what we needed to make. And then we'd sell the rest of it off the biltmore but as the years would pass and we started noticing where we're a little easier than we used to be. Oh we're running out of chardonnay or when are we going to have rose again. You know people started asking those questions in a finely got to the point where we needed to keep more of our grapes so it wasn't a necessarily like a break in ties. It was just to the point where we've grown to the point where we were having to keep our fruit now and they always knew going growing with us that we were slowly growing too and that we wouldn't be forever contract but until that point where we were comfortable. They're happy to buy all of our fruit. It was a great feeling so we'd always have backup plan which was great pretty cool. So what inspired on your parents to decide to plant. Well we've always been a big wind family. My mom and dad are both catholic and wine is a really integral part of dinner of going to church on sunday of Kind of our culture. My mom's cuban. My dad's irish so we both come from backgrounds that really valued having a glass of wine at dinner. It's definitely part of the european lifestyle. So when you come from that background and wines already. A huge part of your life even outside of agriculture. You just start getting this huge appreciation for it So when they were in college my parents they always tell the story of when my dad took my mom on a date and they went to this italian restaurant and my dad worked in construction in college so he always had a little bit of cash because he was working in wonder board he would always tell us the story of how he took her to dinner and they got this fancy italian bottle of wine. That had the wrapper on it. You know what. I'm talking about right. How you drink the bottle of wine and put the candle in it. You know what. I'm talking about right.

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"polk" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

04:41 min | 11 months ago

"polk" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"He couldn't get out the visitor. Well in susan finally went to trial. Prosecutors wanted a conviction of murder in the first degree. They claim that susan planned the murder of her husband for money. Susan i denied any knowledge of or involvement in her husband's death. Then she changed her story and claimed self defense after years of beating and sexually abusing her she said felix said come at her with a kitchen knife and she ain't got control of the knife and stabbed him instead. The defense was able to get an expert witness forensic pathologist who testified that felix's death was caused by heart disease and that the stab wounds really weren't life threatening and this pathologist failed to appear in court the following day to continue being cross examined and to present documents that he claimed received from susan so he sent a written explanation to the judge and he returned with the letters a week later to resume his testimony. Prosecuting attorneys dismissed. Susan self defense claim though arguing that she had no defensive wounds from her husband's alleged attack on her and that he had been killed from the knife wounds. No this trial ended in a mistrial. When the wife of susan's attorney named daniel horowitz was murdered in a totally unrelated incident though. Then susan fired her attorneys and decided to represent herself. Oh is a good decision. Yeah which is you know even more horrible. Because she's gonna make her sons testify with her doing the cross examinations. She built her defense with allegations of a history of marital and professional misconduct by her husband and this included claims that dr poke had drugged and raped her. When she was a teen brainwashed the couple's children and threatened to kill her if she ever tried to leave him. She also claimed to be a psychic with advance knowledge of the september eleventh attacks. That could have been used to prevent those attacks. If her husband had prevented her from alerting the authorities then she added that her was an israeli spy simon imagining. She's looking unstable to be saying that stuff coming from imagine. She repeatedly requested a second mistrial. She made accusations of conspiracy against the prosecutor and the judge requests for continually denied then during her closing statement. Susan who refuse to pursue a line of defense based on her own mental illness question whether public perception issues delusional is hurting her case. You think well. And if it is at cerrone yoshio so each a susan and felix's children testified at the trial..

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"polk" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

05:30 min | 11 months ago

"polk" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"The writing was really disgusting. The first one was about a wife and mother who waited for her husband to leave the house each day so that she could have sex with her son from that. The mother gave birth to a child and raised as hers and her husband's then the second story she found even more disturbing. This was about a wife who kills her husband in their kitchen with a kitchen knife one day when he comes home from work and she thought one of the boys had written it. But it turned out that these were susan's short stories they would be brought up at trial. Sure february of two thousand two ee. Got into a serious physical fight at jack in the box restaurant. Eli was sixteen. But his big. He was quite intimidating. He threw the first punch at an eighteen year old breaking his nose and injuring his face and he did this because he had a roll of quarters in his punching hand he was charged with assault with a deadly weapon causing serious bodily injury. He pled guilty to a felony. They is put on house arrest with an ankle monitor and placed in the custody of his father. He moved into the apartment in berkeley and enrolled in berkeley high school. While susan was really distraught but it was her priority to separate from felix says. She offered him the house custody of the boys. And all of their investment properties. She also said she would leave and never contact. Her sons again until felix was dead but felix ignored this offer. He and his attorney felt sure that she would change her mind and she did but felix really wanted his family to be reunited which was tough because his wife really seemed to despise him. Now sure does he worried about his son's being with her too and he told a few friends that he was thinking of killing himself. Now what is friends didn't know as that he did have a loaded revolver registered to susan back in nineteen eighty five which he kept in his berkeley office closet but finally he decided to file for custody of his sons and using his credentials as a psychologist he told the court that he was a clinical psychologist with a phd from berkeley. And in his opinion. Susan was unstable and angry. He recommended that the court authorized and evaluation to figure out what was best for. Eli and forgave. But you know susan was becoming more and more unstable. She was doing some crazy shit your when she punched a neighbor during a squabble about her dogs running loose we apparently one of her dogs had been a smaller dog that belonged to the neighbor and then when the neighbor came by weeks later she said please keep your dogs away from mine here. Which was reasonable. But susan just lost it when she was alone with her youngest gabriel. She started talking about various ways to kill his father including drowning him in the pool. Drugging him running over or sabotaging his car.

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Cleve Jones: Queer Spaces After COVID-19

LGBTQ&A

06:04 min | 11 months ago

Cleve Jones: Queer Spaces After COVID-19

"The reality is that the Gayborhood are going away. So, if you look at San, Francisco's Castro district or Seattle's Capitol Hill or Washington DC's Dupont circle or boys town in Chicago West Hollywood or anywhere you want to look lavender Heights in Sacramento wherever you look where there's a defined gay neighborhood. It's not just a place where there's bars though bar life has always been an important part of our culture. It's where very important things happen. I is political power. When we are concentrated in specific precinct gives us the power to elect our own public office the the power to defeat our opponents, the power to pass legislation that directly affects our lives in our wellbeing. As we are dispersed. We lose that power. Another super important part of it was the cultural vitality look at all the amazing stuff that's come out of West Hollywood that's come out of my neighborhood I mean it's no coincidence that the rainbow flag and the First Gay Synagogue and the First Gay Film Festival and the Aids Memorial Quilt and the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence all were born in the Castro because there's that magic that happens when creative people when choreographers and filmmakers dancers and deejays and painters. Are All in that same area and I. Know that collaboration can occur very effectively online but there's nothing like the magic of face to face contact close proximity for that cultural vitality, and then the third thing that's at risk are the specialized social services for our most vulnerable population. So. Whether we're talking about people like myself who are getting old long term survivors of HIV or queer kids trans kids who were fleeing trump's America where do they go? They can't come to the Castro a little crappy studio apartment in the Castro is going to cost you twenty, five, hundred dollars a month. So this is the reality that nobody's really quite talking about that that community that has given so much and strengthened us in inspired US moved. US forward. Being threatened and there's many factors technology. Many. People will say, Oh, well, we can live anywhere. We want. No, you can't. Tell me that try it. You know go to Duluth and walk down main street and hold hands no offense to duluth or any other city. You Might WanNa try doing that outside of a gayborhood. So we need these these spaces they're important and we need to figure out what's our next move? Do you have a solution. There's no easy solution but yeah, when people say oh, cleave. Cities Change well. Thank you for that brilliant observation. Yes. Of course, it has changed but we want to. Be Thinking about that change and the big factor is that cities have changed in a way. That's profoundly new. For generations since the industrial revolution, the cities were the place where refugees went immigrants, Bohemians, counterculture people, artists, homosexuals, and all these people of all these different backgrounds and ethnicities genders would you know create this these cauldrons of creativity and and they would climb their way up the economic ladder move out to the suburbs and that was really accelerated in the Post Warrior the nineteen fifties, the nineteen sixties, nineteen seventies, the phenomenon of white flight. So when I got to San Francisco, the population of that city had been declining steadily since the end of World War Two and we were able to go into these neighborhoods that had been largely abandoned by the working class immigrants that had built them originally. And create what we created I on Polk Street. Then on Castro and folsom street hate streets you know he's really vibrant communities. These are now some of the most expensive neighborhoods in the world. So the district that gave us Harvey Milk. is now inhabited increasingly by wide heterosexual gendered millionaires when you arrived in San. Francisco, you had a sleeping bag and a couple of shirts and forty two dollars and you were welcomed into this guy's home. You would never met who was not expecting you. It was an address you have from a friend and there was a safe place to live and to get on your feet. Even, if it's not as San Francisco, like that mentality is so unique. I think that's pretty much now partly because it's just so difficult to survive. So the young people I meet in their early twenty S. You know these and of course San Francisco, it's all tech And there's a lot of anger towards the tech invaders but I have a lot of empathy and. Real concern for them because first of all, most of them are working sixty seventy hours a week. They have no job security. There would never use the the phrase exploited workers to describe themselves but are blanche you are but I think also back then and especially in San Francisco it was still Kinda Hippie dippy. And it was very counterculture. It was very communal. And everybody was kind of expected and really encouraged to contribute in some way. You didn't necessarily have to be all that good at what you did, but you needed to do something whether it was a drag show or video or film or A. Poetry contest or something there was A. There was a real nurturing of people's creative pulses and a lot of support for there was so many places I knew where if I was hungry I just show up and there would be every night. There would be a communal potluck dinner. There were probably six or seven of those households within a few blocks of where I was living on Castro Street. So I never went hungry.

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Miami - Deadly Davenport shooting not 'stand your ground,' says sheriff

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Miami - Deadly Davenport shooting not 'stand your ground,' says sheriff

"Shooting is outside the bounds of stand your ground, says Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd. Guys, 5 FT. Five. He's £125. He's bazaar. And out of his mind and rambling.

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How This Massive YouTuber Got Banned For Life

theScore Esports Podcasts

06:01 min | 1 year ago

How This Massive YouTuber Got Banned For Life

"Get back to. This leafy situation. So if you don't know who he is, Calvin Leafy is here Aka leafy Lee Vail can only be described as well. A drama Youtuber he started uploading in twenty thirteen and got popular around twenty fifteen for making videos about other content creators, their lives, their personalities, their various beliefs, and what he saw as wrong with them you really never know with youtubers one day they could be completely fine next fucking. Oil issues that youtubers can't cancer just sitting here like, yeah, I am cancer but the best fucking cancer on this website maybe he's most notorious video from that era is a now deleted video making fun of another smaller content creator who has a learning disability. It's safe to say that after that he established himself as a bill in pretty quickly that said, he did have a falling Levi's fans saws, videos just harmless jokes and before he got. Banned. He had almost five million subscribers on youtube around two thousand, seventeen leafy took a pretty long break from youtube and it wasn't until recently that he got back to making the videos, he was known for videos about other very dramatic content creators like h h three, Keam Star, and I dubs that said the story of his eventual banning started in July when he turned his attention to poke over the course of several videos, leafy criticize polk means. Content, her appearance and even went as far as to say that she was hiding a secret boyfriend from her fans and that's specific topic became so popular after his videos that the Hashtag pokey main boyfriend was trending on twitter and that prompted this joke from pokey main who said in the past that she's not interested in making her love life public on the Internet leafy spokesman videos all went viral and around that time pokemon announced that she'd be. Taking a long break from streaming and content creation in general, and then recently pokey released an apology video discussing topics that range all the way back to twenty eight eighteen. But she did talk about some of Leakey's criticisms directly. Specifically, her relationship status and comments about her appearance if video is to address freezing comments, criticisms that I perceived I know this video is long overdue. I've seen a lot of people talk about the way that I look recently. There's WanNa. PUT It out there. I don't think I'm the prettiest person in the world. But I think that's okay everyone's entitled to an opinion I personally made the decision seven years ago whenever I got into streaming that I don't want my personal life to the part of my content and that's just what I'm GonNa stick by until I and whoever I'm dating whatever time decide otherwise that video was released on August eighteenth and then three days later on August twenty first Levi's entire youtube channel was gone. Now you choose policy when it comes to violating the rules Is very similar to twitches that we talk about all the time on this show it's three strikes, and then you're at each of the first times violated a policy you get one, and then the third time the channel is just deleted. Youtube cited quote multiple severe violations of Youtube policy prohibiting content designed to harass bully or threatened end quote as the reason for Levi's ban according to tweet from slasher. Now, when the story about lease Van I broke, there was some speculation about. Whether or not he was notified. But as I two strikes at all a representative from Youtube told Julia Alexander a report from the verge debt quote, his channel was terminated because it violated the company's harassment policy three times over a period of ninety days. No specific videos were identified, but they did confirm its permanent when I asked specifically about length of Ban and quote on August twenty first after he was banned leafy tweeted a youtube asking how he could get his account reinstated. In response to the news another Youtuber Cabos tweeted that leafy had never been notified about his first two strikes at all and that his account had just been banned out of knowing leafy himself also claimed keep never been given any strikes in a later comment that said back on June fourth leafy actually tweeted that he'd received two strikes on his account for harassment. There have been some people commenting that those strikes were reverted but that hasn't been confirmed by leafy himself or Youtube. On August twenty fourth leafy tweeted this still looking for his account to be reinstated. And when team Youtube responded, he had some choice words as recording this video leafy channel still nowhere to be found on Youtube and he's actually started to stream on twitch. So I, guess he's trading places but dr disrespect. Now with this whole story mind it's worth noting that Youtube has recently made massive changes to its policy requirements for users. Specifically, the way that content creators are supposed to treat other content creators. issue. In, many different ways and I think we have seen many we've seen some high-profile examples that we know have been Alec and that has caused us to take really hurt look at our harassment Halsey as I'm sure many of you know since like the beginning of time, one of the easiest ways to become popular on youtube is to make you videos about other youtubers. This is specifically true about what we would call drama content where creators be for call each other out. An extremely cringe boxing matches. With. That said, this latest situation involving leafy really seems to show that Youtube is taking stuff seriously and trying to figure out what's fair game the what constitutes harassment at this point with this story I? Think we're just GONNA have to wait and see if Lee will ever get back on Youtube if he'll be able to stay on twitch and if this new stricter policy is going to have long term implications for other creators as well.

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Two Chicago Police Officers, One Suspect Shot In Homan Square Neighborhood

After Hours with Rick Kogan

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Two Chicago Police Officers, One Suspect Shot In Homan Square Neighborhood

"Stuff on the West side resulted in two Chicago police officers getting shot early Sunday morning happen in the home and square neighborhood in the 3300 block of West Polk, police say. After the officers pulled over the car. The driver refused to get out after seeing a gun. When police officers tried to break the windshield to get the gun. The shots were fired. Police Superintendent David Brown says quick work by their supervisor made the difference in saving their lives. That really is important. When you have bleeding gunshot wounds that time is critical to get the treatment started. So that sergeant again as the mayor said, she'll be given a really good You know feedback on his quick response. One officer is in serious but stable condition. Other is in good condition. The suspect, who was shot by a third officer, is in critical condition.

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Two Chicago Police Officers Shot; Offender Also Wounded Near Polk St and Spaulding Ave

Great Outdoors with Charlie Potter

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Two Chicago Police Officers Shot; Offender Also Wounded Near Polk St and Spaulding Ave

"Fire were telling you about earlier this morning Thunder Control now but it collapsed the roof of a factory out in Pullman factory on 103rd Street down the road from Corless High School. The Chicago Fire Department responded to the fire around 12 30. It's as crews had the fire under control A couple hours later. See FD says. There were no injuries.

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"polk" Discussed on The Big Show

The Big Show

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"polk" Discussed on The Big Show

"Around the world, better demand is come in handy. That's really what's happened, but now Colbert is back. You know raising its head again in so some issues over there again so while we're talking about the supply mainly, we're also worried about the demand, and you know the corn market back over there. Just doesn't have hasn't had a demand driver. You know for the last few years to really spooked this market to the upside. You get supply. Shrinking that gives us a bubble up, but then we say we don't have consistent buying, and that's what you have to be afraid of and soybeans. Also it looks like South America's going to increase their acres again. Three percent there about Alicia say seventy days out from starting to plant their again. and so we'll have to keep an eye on that needed talk. Some livestock markets to we'll do that in an hour and ten minutes, or so when we get back together in the meantime, Don how do we continue the conversation directly? You Bet. Andy can reach us at one, eight, hundred, two, four, seven, four, zero, seven one. There goes down rose US commodities in west. Moines our Wednesday market expert today on the big show. It is eleven forty three now, according the big show clock tie for three big things you need to know brought to you by your I being farmer and funded by the soybean checkoff. Another letter requesting transparency and beef pricing eighteen senators sending USDA the second letter, after they wrote back in April to expand their investigation beyond the fire at that point in holcomb, Kansas last fall into the potential unfair marketing practices happening, irving during covid nineteen, one of the authors is Nebraska Senator deb Fischer friends just to the West. Who says that they need to make sure their point is heard I wrote a letter and had eighteen in my colleagues on both Republicans and. And Democrats were we asked the Department of Justice to open up an investigation into any kind of suspected price manipulation behavior that is out there within the cabin stras well with Department of Justice investigation. Obviously you don't hear about those until they are ready to bring out their conclusions. Of course, the ISLA cattlemen's association has been pushing very strongly for fifty percent and cash negotiated trade, which then bills now introduced both in the US House and the Senate to dressing that topic. Asking for a rehearing. SF and core tether. Representatives have filed motions in the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit Out in California, asking for a rehearing on that court decision vacated registrations Fort Campbell, herbicides now all of these service sides in gene affects a pan and extend were up for re-registration in twenty twenty, but. BASF officials. Request the review by a panel of eleven judges instead of the three judge panel that issued the prior decision, the request according to be asf is quote necessary to correct ears by the panel and issuing a decision that is quote inconsistent with basic due process and administrative law principles. Getting Ready for National Grilling Day. That's right. WHY NOT It is today. If you're not planning to participate, maybe are now pork domestic marketing Vice President AG. Krieger says a special real ifan is underway on social media, and she says they're promoting a new recent cooking temperature, reminding consumers not to over Cook and therefore dry out your favorite. Really Lean, and so you really need to only cook it to about one hundred and forty five degrees. of a three minute rests after that cooking tiny. Pull it off the grill, and it's absolutely delicious, and it really is very quick to grill also tasty, if cooked properly doubt. She says it's really important. To get that message across, so consumers have strong eating experiences more and more continue to cook their own meals at home. Eleven forty seven reads the big show clock, and those are three big things you need to know. Association is driven to deliver soybean demand biodiesel made from a broad range of feedstocks, including soybean oil ads, almost one dollar to the market value of every Bushel of soybeans, biodiesel growing. It demanded use it. Well Nathan. Do you have a favorite cut pork? Maybe the you're going to throw on the grill here. I mean. We have to sell grilling do. You know I, just remembered in your three big things. That was national growing damn trying to find the facebook stream here sounds good. Has There doing a live event a grill thon today? Why not because it was like an international holiday? Don't you think? We'll talk more about that. Check the pioneers the text line here coming up. On the big show..

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"polk" Discussed on The Big Show

The Big Show

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"polk" Discussed on The Big Show

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"polk" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

American Elections: Wicked Game

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"polk" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

"After losing in eighteen forty Martin van buren wanted nothing more than to take back the White House but on the evening of Tuesday may twenty eighth. The second day of the Democratic National Convention. Three delegates changed the course of American history and deprive ambulance chasing a second in term after eight balance. The Democratic Party selected the nation's first darkhorse candidate little known former House speaker. James K polk of if Tennessee George M Dallas lawyer from Pennsylvania was chosen as his vice presidential candidate. The whigs immediately mocked poke status as a political nobody and and made their presidential campaign slogan. Who is James? K Polk. Paul was a lawyer from Tennessee and had more experience than the whigs gave him credit for he had served. There's a congressman for fourteen years. The speaker for four and had been the governor of Tennessee he was labeled young hickory because he was a protege of Andrew Jackson who supported the annexation of Texas in pokes mine Texas already belonged to the US the issue of annexation was the centerpiece of pulse campaign but it would also be the centerpiece. A piece of president. John Tyler's campaign who strongly considering a third party run at the White House but of all people his Nemesis Andrew Jackson Convinced Tyler Tobacco off and throw his support behind poke during the campaign Henry. Clay did his best to sidestep the issue of annexation nation. He was walking a delicate line trying to keep the whigs united. The less he said the better but on June eighth eighteen forty four president tyler prestige issue when when he tried to push through the Texas annexation treaty. The treaty itself failed but it succeeded in putting Texas and slavery on the ballot. A majority of the country country wanted to annex Texas and Klay knew it but he could not embrace that position while also appeasing a northern anti slavery faction of his own party in the end fearing during annexation many northern whigs abandoned. Klay the abolitionist Liberty Party and their candidate. James G Birney of New York. The accidents to the Liberty Party cost clay thirty six electoral votes and the election after the election. A little known WIG Congressman from Illinois named Abraham Lincoln Pine. That if the WIG abolitionist listen to some New York had voted with us. Mr Clay would now be president. Clay had run for the office three times this life. This would be his last attempt through his as long congressional tenure Henry Clay had earned the nickname the great compromiser but after the election of eighteen. Forty four he would forever be labeled with another monitor the great rejected and on December third. The House rescinded the GAG. Rule opening the floor of Congress to the discussion of abolition Russian and tearing the wound of Slavery Wide Open on December Fourth Democrat. James K polk was officially elected as the eleventh president of the United States. Out of two point and seven million votes cast. He narrowly defeated clay by thirty eight thousand boats. It was his pro annexation stance that likely pushed him over the top. The results the election revealed a nation deeply divided. Eighteen forty four would be the first series of elections where no candidate would win a majority of the popular vote a trend. That would not not be broken until the election of eighteen sixty four though he did not make a run John. Tyler did not go quietly. into the night he took the victory of poke as a mandate that the the people wanted Texas and on February twenty eighth eighteen forty five six days. Before Polk's inauguration President Tyler solidified his legacy. He circumvented did the constitutional requirements for treaty ratification by using a joint resolution of Congress and pass a treaty with a simple majority making Texas a U. S. territory in March of eighteen forty. Five Florida was admitted. As the twenty seventh state a slave state Texas too was admitted in December eighteen. Forty five further shifting the power our country towards the slaveholding South Tyler soon retired to his Virginia plantation. Feeling finally he had succeeded as president he had won the issue issue of Texas and in so doing he had caused his political rival. Henry clay the White House and at the urging of Andrew Jackson he'd helped give the reins of presidential power to James K polk doc but as young hickory ascended to the highest office in the country old Hickory was holding on for dear life in June eighteen. Forty five on a plantation outside side of Nashville Tennessee a minister stood above and Mac. It'd man on his deathbed as the man struggled for each remaining breath he spoke of his legacy. The minister asked him General Jackson. What would you have done as president with Calhoun the other nulla fires if they had kept on? Would you fought your own. Countrymen Jackson shocked the minister minister when he replies I would have hung them Sir as high as Haymon. They should've been territory traders for all time. Posterity would have pronounced it the best act of my life. Andrew Jackson was many things but above all he believed in an unbreakable union on June eighth eighteen. Forty five he died. Modern Historians Orange would say it was the to lead bullets lodged in his body from duels. Many years past the finally took is life. Light Jackson's old wounds. The unanswered question of slavery. We continue to poison the country from within until the very nation would be fighting for its last breath but in the meantime eighteen forty five would see the nation unite eight against a common foe. The annexation of Texas had made an enemy of Mexico and war was coming through that conflict. A new general would rise to national. Don't fame and political power. General Zachary Taylor who go onto command the battlefield and wage another war in the election of eighteen forty eight next on waking game. The election of eighteen forty eight in the wake of the war with Mexico. Zachary Taylor in the whigs get a helping hand from the free soil oilers. A third party political movement founded in opposition to slavery movement that finds an unlikely leader in former president. Martin Van Buren. Don't miss a single week of our march from seventeen eighty nine to twenty twenty hit the subscribe. Button your podcast APP now. This show is supported by you. Our listeners please give us arraigning. Leave a review with a single best way to help this show. Grow is to tell others share with your friends and family and find on social media at wicked game pond and At Lindsey Graham another way to support this show is to go to wicked game. PODCAST DOT COM members. There get early access to add free episodes as well as bonus content only available to patriots. Find out more at wicked game. Podcast Kong and about our reenactments in most cases. We can't know exactly what was said but but everything on our show is heavily research based on surviving historical documents. Wicked game is an airship. Production created hosted and executive produced by me Lindsey Z.. Cram sound design by Derek Co executive produced by Stephen Walters in association with ritual productions. This episode written and researched by Eric are chilling fact fact checking by C. L. Salazar and Greg Jackson of the podcast history that doesn't suck music by Lindsey Graham distributed by wondering..

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"polk" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

American Elections: Wicked Game

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"polk" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

"And it's February twenty fourth eighteen forty. One Supreme Court is packed with spectators. Who've come to hear what would become a notorious? His case United States the schooner honest or order. I said order. The court must decide aside. The future of thirty six souls primarily Mendy West Africans who were illegally captured and taken to Cuba Spanish slave traders during their voyage the west Africans revolted against their captors in commandeered the ship but as they tried to sail home to Africa they were captured by authorities. Now the highest court in America must decide their fate. The judge turns to the West Africans attorney and gives him the floor. Mister Adams you may proceed. That's former president John. John Quincy Adams son of America's second president while half the room reveres him the other half are ready to burn him in effigy for his abolitionist. Views Adams suppresses the room mate please your honors. I will have order in this chamber gentleman. Justice Story glares out across the audience. Another word out of you lot and I will clear this courtroom perceived Mr Adams. Thank you your honor. Adams takes breath the weight of the moment clearly working on him. He's spoken in the court before but never four. 'cause such as this he hopes age will not betray his passion. This court art is a court of Justice. I asked the court to consider what justice is the constant and perpetual will to secure to everyone his own right I appear here on behalf of thirty six individuals whose life and liberty depend on the decision of this court in defense of the West Africans. Adams doesn't hold back. He launches appointed attack against his political rival outgoing president. Martin Van Buren van Buren had tried to send the West Africans to Spain hoping to win in southern support in the eighteen forty contest but van Buren lost the election and today Adams is putting his presidency on trial. Is it possible that the president should be ignorant that the right of personal liberty is individual that no greater violation of his official oath to protect and defend the constitution could be committed than to seize and deliver up at a foreign ministers demand. These thirty-six persons that he was ignorant of this truth is willful and corrupt perjury to his official presidential growth your honors. There's a principle on which a particular decisions demanded from this court. Adams points to a framed document hanging on the wall of the courtroom the Declaration Declaration of Independence that document says every man is endowed by his Creator with certain inalienable rights. The right of slavery is utterly incompatible with any theory of human rights and especially with a right which the declaration of Independence Proclaims as self evident truths the moment you come onto the declaration of independence that every man has a right to life and liberty. This case is decided order order. Thanks to John Quincy Adams his skill. In the courtroom West Africans were set free the honest on case of eighteen forty one would become a rallying cry for the burgeoning cause of abolition and a dire warning to southern interests who wanted to safeguard their peculiar institution. The issue of slavery would would define the eight hundred forty four election and push the country ever closer to the brink of civil war.

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"polk" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

11:59 min | 2 years ago

"polk" Discussed on Female Criminals

"In October of two thousand two seventy year old Dr Felix Polk was found stabbed to death in his pool house. His ex wife forty-five-year-old Susan Polk was charged with his murder she'd made threats on his life. Previously unhappy with their divorce settlement other evidence pointed toward Susan as well. Strands of her hair were found at the murder scene. And she had taken actions to cover up Felix's death this evidence combined with Gabriel's testimony made police fairly certain that Susan was responsible. When family friends.

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"polk" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"polk" Discussed on Female Criminals

"Due to the graphic nature of this woman's crimes listener discretion is advised this episode includes discussions of murder and abuse that some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under the age of thirteen. Marriage is one of the most sacred bonds. We enter into we take one person into our lives for better or worse, richer, or poor through sickness and health until death. Do us part. But what happens when that same person is the one who drives us to murder, and how far does someone have to be pushed to kill the person? They promised to love forever. Dr Felix Polk and his wife, Susan had an unconventional marriage. He was twenty four years her senior, and they first met in therapy, but by all accounts, their relationship was passionate and filled with love for each other a close friend of the couple described them as Oz Modig. He said, quote, it was as, if they shared the same bloodstream, neither could live nor feel whole without the other Felix, couldn't stop loving her and Susan had no life part from him. He continued they melted together. There was no longer any definition of who he was, and who she was. But in October of two thousand two. Their roles were redefined he was a victim, and she was a killer..

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"polk" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"polk" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

"Polk. Do all these time. I'm. My life. He made me figure out a lot of stuff. James harden got a lot of stuff. But if he going to have session we contain Mobis. Stuff that could Tino used to do. James and to. Yes. Did he ju? Okay. A lot of book. A. Those who is somebody that when nobody expected be like man, that's boarders walking but could get him. But he never got the chance to. Everybody. Don't see how you see like he'll walk in buck. The world wind Polly. No since you play with the ones that were. No, who is there one that might maybe a high school, or, you know, just coming up to new just like man, it's not favorite player on time. Lag far. Far favorite school? Nike care. The school. The Nike pass. With no they made the three pay their this may went off with fifty and after the game like three passes before you shoot changed. The whole game was like the wine Wagner. That's what I said last time. Ever got a chance to play. He was when he when they did play. He was going twenty five to thirty points easy. And it was a hand. Hey, let it draw on both. Camden, New Jersey. To replace the y'all all the smoke. Carjacked? We played six right across the bridge across the bridge over that. Thing. I'll let about him to not only player a person to use heats. Everybody will I used to go watch them play..

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"polk" Discussed on Exvangelical

Exvangelical

05:25 min | 3 years ago

"polk" Discussed on Exvangelical

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