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"ray arthur" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

14:03 min | 7 months ago

"ray arthur" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"Insane and also home-loan I think we've talked about this on maybe a Patriot episode but man. It is fucking insane that she does get the mom and home alone gets in touch with the police. Literally is like my child's at home. He's home alone. They do a check by in the copies. Just like I rang the Doorbell Cam. I am by your kids yet. Literally I remember in the movie the COP says into the radio he's like I checked all the doors. There's no one's home and he goes teller counter kids again a math class. Yeah Yeah your kids are all there you fucking idiot. You don't know how many times you've given birth. This is the exact exact opposite of the family. Life belts all of John Hughes families. They just care too much. Yeah these they don't care at all just got too much money well so things weren't into Oh for for all. Mary claimed at that point after the escaping the insane asylum to have only twenty cents to her name which Sean last time I checked less than a million well not by their standards. She basically cut off. All ties is with her family and disappeared well for a while. This is where I'm like. If she had something that was diagnosed right. This is where like man. Yeah if someone was diagnosed I would maybe explain why they're just like I'm gone from everyone. No no one knows where I am you know. And she resurfaces in one thousand nine hundred seven and she had a second husband an English main in English main name. I'm an English main names. Jimmy coates which is a pretty fucking cool. Jimmy coates always warn. It was a piece of shit. She'd never actually divorced her first husband. It's weird other name is never Jimmy. Pieces Shit Timmy. Codes is pretty good. Go Jimmy go room totally yeah. She divorced her first husband and apparently he like in. The press. Like was bad mouthing. Jimmy coates was just like yeah. He's like you know a valet. That she married some well some waiters Shakira. Wow Wow in the press right. It's pretty weird. The product being rich made you famous. Always I guess that SORTA does now. tolley really is is like what I'm saying is like with the vanderbilt thing is like she's so associated with this and that every time she's institutionalized every time she has divorce anytime she has is like public incident with her husband in the papers. Yeah yeah she's continually put in the media and There's kind have an open interpretation of this but it is kind of funny that after she Killed herself basically. That marriage wasn't going very well and then in one thousand nine hundred eighty two. She shot herself a hotel room because her second husband had died and it wasn't even a great marriage but but he was the one supporting her. Yeah I assume so. That's hard to deal with. But it's I like just every one thing after another. You know it was like she doesn't like the guy and now he's dead right now. I've got to worry about feeding myself offend well. Yeah extra problems so yeah she does take her life and the crazy thing is the paper that kept reporting on her all the time. The enquirer are we constantly be like Vanderbilt Arish in trouble again right. After she died they were like. This is the headline go woman suit suit women suicide in note asserts relationship to Vanderbilt family. They're just like crazy woman thinks she's a vanderbilt. It's like you've been saying. She is in her role live how much he read the papers but like every time something happened they'd be a crazy woman grazie. Yeah you're like what is this woman either. No Vanderbilt. Damn because you're just such pieces of shed the wireless fearless hope brutal well especially to women. I mean yeah throughout time Yup for sure you know what this one's for the ladies tammy realized history hasn't really been cursed. This is where you're right you're right it's so yeah that's the thing I keep it's insane. I'm like well clearly. The man should make the decision of how best to spend her money or how. How is macaroni? And like there's so many things like that like you read old news stories about crimes and Shit. It's like we got a report from a woman that her husband was hitting her so we asked the husband and he said he wasn't and that's that that man came chester a Arthur. Our greatest president ever. Yeah he was good. I remember the good. The Great Ones Only just Ray Arthur Gerald four sure. Yeah my Mount Rushmore. There's a lot of interesting stuff in this slate article. I really do recommend people check it out because the kind of add a little bit more on the drama of say like how she kind of appeared at the trial and also like just how her family I was repeatedly treating I feel like she also has a lot of insight like she would bring up all the time. She's like okay. So this is my stepmother is is trying to cut me out of the will like she would tell people during the trial like this is what's happening will and they still are or like she. Is You know crazy. She's building a conspiracy Internet man. He's being very automated. She's like my stepmother hates me. Yes yeah she married to a brute right like she she just would. She recounted her whole life story. So this is what's kind of interesting to to that story is like you know the whole thing is getting sensationalizes. Like woman is crazy but one of the things that kind of refuted that sort of thing at the time is like she had just perfect perfect recollection of everything and could speak completely eloquently right and maybe she'd be sad or like a little nervous but like she's like no I I went there. My mother was very mean to me. Like yeah and like a lot of that is flies in the face of mental illness. Hot so much now because is now we know how crazy people can be. You know I mean yeah you can be like completely psychotic but I don't think that was what was happening. I think she he was just right. You can be dealing with a very serious mental illness problem and and also completely have your mental faculties at the same time. Oh yeah about the people that are like yeah sympathetic to who are dealing with. I just mean like in the same way like we really didn't know what serial killers were until the last hundred years right so we have the definitions of what that is. It's so weird right like for the longest time like say we would just anybody who was like. Yeah I did it. We'd be like cool. Got Him right mortgage right. So it's like we just didn't know how to address people people maybe having a complete psychotic break but what I'm trying to say really is with. This story is that she's clear she's focused. And that's why in so much of the reporting doesn't really make sense. I mean she's crazy but she talks normal. Anyway throw our way. Here's an oddity to the story. The like The the sad is type of story. Is someone who just gets chewed up and spit out by life some people. I have an odd attraction to this story. Yeah right I mean. I think it's true it's like it's sad to me and it's also sad to me when people really just didn't have any infrastructure structure for mental health. Yeah she's like getting into lake sanitariums at a time when it's like right anybody with any sort of mental disorder is just thrown thrown in this room. The world just doesn't want to deal with them. Yeah there's no like group therapy mazing that they're not just put in jail. It's a type of jail right and I think that a lot like I think there's a ton of times where it's like. Oh this is like the family didn't want to deal with this person for whatever average. Yeah sometimes it is like the families just incapable of dealing with that person like it is a clear message of like a lot of times people getting set in who are just like disagreed. Too much with their powerful family. Yeah like too much independent spirit. Right he's got hysteria jacker off and throwing her in prison right now you know. We tried to owner prison then. We dragging her off inch man. Fuck that's so fucking dark come win it now. That's a great story man. Thanks for bringing it in all thanks guys. That was a suggestion from somebody who loves a Pie. And thanks guys for any suggestions that he's buddy-buddies g mail. This was just one of those crazy stories in a really recommend people check out this slate. Article Written by Matthew Desam. Yeah we find thing is like This this is one of those ones where it's like not a ton of information you can find this person other than going through this story and others shared versions of the story right. It's like I don't know what it's like. There's no record of her in a lot of ways you know because the Internet so oh vast it feels like there should be an detailed record every fucking person ever and it just is. I mean you know it's funny I every now and then I'll like I wonder what that local band I was into in highschool is doing now and every time I do that. There's less Seles of a record of them online and there are bands that I loved in high school that literally. There's none of their music is fucking anywhere. There's no record of them existing and it. It was really important to me and the people in the band was important to them. Yeah I would imagine okay guys. This is hitting a very nerve big for me. I've often tried the shot this out on social media. I am constantly trying to track down this these music files. This was like twenty years ago. Artists was call Bristol for crowder. He did like six covers if anybody has copies of these. MP Threes. Get in. Touch with me Dan. I have scour Internet. I am good at finding yes. Cure Shit it's plagued me for like ten years you know Ma- mention listen why he went on to form the ban mansions which is really good. Oh yeah yeah Bam before that coke good driver and it's just can't find the shitty made when he was in college under the Navy Lakes to for crowder guys do you have. Have you emailed the band. Yes go under present literally. I wrote him. I was like Hey I will give you one hundred dollars to for this This thing in the world to me just Kinda was like what would make me as is an artist like actually send someone a file right. I'll pay you. Yeah because I could understand him being like. Oh these are covers. Maybe there's some sort of clearance issue so I was like. What would this be worth for the rest of my life back? I was like a hundred dollars for the album. Can I get it. No response to the other account numbers. I get it damn. Somebody's got it will. Yeah so this woman was like almost lost lost a time. It seems like except for this article is a story man like she's gone like for she's set sane asylum because of all gone to act with her family and good. She's probably dad. Thank God good. We don't have to deal with her And you're not wrong man. I'm really so glad that we are at least trying to give a fuck talk about our mental health. I'm so glad we live in present day. Totally what her problem was. She didn't get on the facebook group. That's her problem your dad. She didn't do Morse code together on the facebook. Yeah thanks you guys so much for listening. Yeah we have a Patriot bonus episode up this week in other bonus content. We put up this month. That's Patriot dot com slash suicide buddies I have some tour dates. Coming up in January in northern California Oklahoma Texas in Toronto and tickets to that of David of the Ross Dot Com. Guys you can check us out just to help us honestly like you guys helped make us in this podcast. Be Any sort of success. You make us and if you want us to perform you know or.

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"ray arthur" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

09:12 min | 7 months ago

"ray arthur" Discussed on Good For You

"Because I do think that's the thing because I loved in your special what you were talking about with the robots but now that I've been in the trenches with them so much and I've seen them like they just look like shitty scarecrows like there's nothing to be afraid of no but that's the beginning that's better. Yeah Not in our lifetime. Hopefully I can see where you shut my special halfway through that joke. Okay did fucking the I love that special. So much and I I just thought that was just I mean I don't know I don't want to give you compliments for the fuck out of you. Someone I have a lot of questions since that people wanted to ask you a lot of people wanNA know. Has Your French coming along. It's not coming along. I can actually read it pretty good. Yeah but what I as far as speaking it. I just had just. There's nobody to speak it with but I'm okay with it but I kind of been trying to do something else with my personal time. So I you know being a dad and stuff so stuff had to kind of dialed down. I learned from like listening so I'll listen to those. It was like tapes like I. I used to know French pretty well. And I totally fucking forgot it and if I listened to the tape sometimes I can like you know mimicking picking up a language if you actually go to the country country and try to do you need like ninety days and you could functionally you know maybe ninety days but I mean you within six months had it functionally get around and like have phrases note maybe not just memorized. And then you just if you're immersed in it like it's just something they we'll let you try to speak French in another country. They're just like well. Let me just speak English. Fuck that I have to listen to you a bad English. I defected French. People act like they speak English. Well fishy at the fuck up. I don't WanNa see fucking little puckered lips gonNA listen to my fucking wide-mouth English French and Snia Puckett up and they're like I'll take it from here and then they have some shitty English. I'm just like why are we doing this. Honest with your English is terrible. It's terrible I think your English is better than my fucking French French. I mean it is but I mean I just I mean I've actually found when I've gone there that if you make in a fucking attempt like they've they spoke. Spoke it back to me like this while I got it up to a three back and forth exchange at one point before they were like Oh and then they switch over to English. I do find though the masculine and feminine. It makes you realize how much easier English is. That's always what I'm going to say I'M GONNA go. English is just easier her. You know because you don't have to have two versions of every word like the masculine version and the feminine version. I also get embarrassed. I need to work on getting embarrassed. less when I try to say okay someone else's language we believe it's embarrassing. You push vulnerable or something you know what I mean surprise. Feminists haven't had a problem with the french-language French language this gender as on the House Feminine is. He's saying they can stay in fagging for you. That really bothers me when people like. I don't like it when people imply that women should be in the kitchen. The richest women are the ones that have cooking shows. Rachel Ray Arthur Stewart Oprah all. She she does her on her instagram. Now she has her harvest and she cooks in her like her. She has a harvest. uh-huh ever gardener. Come in there. She has her harvest. When you're that rich I love Harvey? You can go back to pretending to be pulled. Did she ever ever Ralph. Lauren go gardening outfit on thousand dollar fucking. You have to get these. I love these year getting a hat. You're so you're getting a hat. The whole thing is so fucking reloaded the oprah like the gifting things where would they call Oprah's favorite things all the two hundred dollar candle who's partnership but yes and she was making all this fucking money off of it Oprah's favorite things. How else can I carve up? What I've built to make even more fucking money? I can't believe people fucking sit and watch that shit. Nothing against her bringing her up. But there's some of it was just like how much fucking going up your own asshole. Can you fucking could watch here but anything. That's a certain point where people are surrounded by so many yes people that they probably just have lost touch with reality. What now you can just be fucking just be like all right? Let's it's like I don't know they banned kiss all right. Let's have lunch box and it gets. Let's have a fucking urinal cake in a coffin. uh-huh fly swatters. You know a little perforated fucking the kiss fucking thing after awhile you just. I think it just takes on a life of its so you just get sick and say no. So you're like fine. Just the liberation. They'll make kiss curtains. 'cause I I liked that. They haven't made kiss lip balm for some reason The one thing I might buy I do think that that I I don't know I got in trouble a little bit on my special about this but I do like to point out the hypocrisies and all this shit where it's just like when people like women aren't supposed to be in the kitchen and it's like what what Rachel Ray has. A Castle in Italy is that not feminists yeah. She is a castle from cooking in the kitchen every morning on her show. I think that there's this thing where it's like. Shut makes I make twenty minute meals. I used to watch it all the time. I called that by the way a long time ago. It should be rich. I was like there's some about her and this chick was dating at the time was just going like she such DOPP. Whatever the fuck that means? She's kind of fucking hot and then she is. You know what I like about her. Though she went a little too far into the business they highlighted her hair and all that type of Shit and then she dialed it back and got back to she was she. You saw the whole fucking arc That's interesting interesting. I've done a couple of times. Have you done show before this. No fucking way I would ever go on one of those shows. It's just there's nobody who watches those shows that needs to to hear anything that I say like you gotTa know who the fuck you are. And that's one of those dumb things where if somebody I know it was like me went on one of those shows and got in trouble. I'd be like what the fuck would you on that show for it. So you're gonNA talk conspiracy in fucking bag in steamy on on a fucking cook and show that comes on at four in the afternoon what did you. What did you you think was going to happen? It is weird because anytime I do one of those shows and the like here. Now you're going to be tasting food and you're like okay and like there's no version you can just fine. Thank you have to the delicious also fakey fake and weird but just watch it did it did it many times. You can't complain about it literally didn't like the toast the first time right now fucking come back for the exit. I feel like I have to do all that you but when you go on a talk show it becomes like thing every when you're gonNA talk show people like start sending it around around. It's a better way delights to watch you go onto a morning show. Well you know what I got. I got that was being an old timer here when I was growing up. A comedian Being able to do panel was a big thing and there was like certain guys is that I would watch that. Were fucking great at it. And then there was other people that I would watch to stand up and then they would sit down and they weren't as good and Plus back then and like how long you had to be in the business. How many people you had to beat out just to get on there like everybody was was polished? I can George Gobel was I was a big fan of his still a big fan of his but he was considered like not at the level of of You know but he was using computers that famous when we was like Dean Martin and Bob Hope and all those guys but he still to this day like would be like I compared to most people that get on because you can get on so easily now because everybody has like a fucking show or you that they're just not as seasoned and this guy was With his whole background and there was just so many people out there that why it was it was it was very rare. They've if somebody was in show Oh business and they sat down on the couch that they didn't have a good panel. Yeah it was obviously a fucking lion tamer comes in somebody who's like you know what would have been show business but not really early or some Weirdo. Then it became about the host reacting to them but That was something I always wanted to get good at so I appreciate that comment. It's so and I I don't like going on some of this show sometimes as we can go on average like Oh. Let's see if we can get through this without getting the FCC violation like everyone like shape. I'm a comedian. What did you think is going to happen like? I'll try to behave myself. This cell is selling it. Yeah they do they just sell like not just selling the fuck and show that you just you you gotta block all of that out and you just go out and you do what you do and then you just stay off social media for three days and whenever those group of people were that that didn't like you which which is not a story now it's like Oh my God. Everybody didn't like it at the fuck and like ice cream. Some people actually don't like ice cream. You can believe that you could actually find a group of people. Say I don't like ice cream. I don't understand those people but like you. You know if you just put the camera on them you a major backlash against it's ice cream headaches. That.

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"ray arthur" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"ray arthur" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Kitties. Jason. Hi, Holly and Tracy. Let me start off by saying that my husband and I and our four cats are huge fans of yours. Our middle cat Pippen is so sassy and full of spunk that we've taken to calling her Pippen, fry our youngest cat olive is called olive e Wilson because she's the quieter more reserved one we obviously have too much time on her hands, especially in winter. I find that I'll story very charming. I do to my family and I live on a small farm in north central Minnesota. It gets bitterly cold here in late winter. And when it does I always give your schoolhouse blizzard of eighteen eighty eight episode. Another listen, I love this episode. My farm is nestled in the rolling hills and lakes of Minnesota's central lakes region. I can count at least three one room schoolhouses within a ten mile radius of my home since I live in an area that was hit hard by the blizzard, it's natural, that I'm drawn to this topic. I've seen a few blizzards since moving to Minnesota, but nothing on a scale of eight hundred eighty eight blizzard, the thought of going through that experience with nothing about horses buggies, oil lamps and no modern forms of communication is horrifying to me. It must have felt like the end of the world. Anytime someone in the area. Asks me about the blizzard, I always drew them to your episode possible episode idea. I've searched the archive and can find nothing related to Louis comfort, Tiffany stained glass guy, not his father, the jewelry designer. You should put him on your list of possible episodes. I'm an amateur stained glass artists, and I really admire the windows of lamps of Tiffany, most people know of Tiffany, lamps. But what they don't realize is that the majority of these lamps were designed and constructed by a team of women called the Tiffany, girls Clara Driscoll was the head of the women's department within the last ten years. It's been revealed that she and her Tiffany, girls, not Louis Tiffany were responsible for the designs of many of Tiffany's most iconic lamps, take a dive into the topic. If you get some time, keep up the good work, you guys make our days, a little more, brighter shea, and also Eric. Thank you so much shea. And Eric for sending this note, it was a total coincidence, that this came in over the weekend. I was working on this episode where we talk about the president just Ray Arthur, having Louis comfort, tippety, totally redecorate, the White House. But he actually wound up on my topic to do list. I think it was late last year where it just seemed like every time I turned around somebody was talking about Louis comfort, Tiffany, I went to a thing called history camp. And there was somebody there that was talking about a historic building restoration here in Boston. That was an entire decoration work done by Louis comfort, Tiffany and then shortly thereafter, I was walking through town. And one of the churches that has all the stained glass windows, done by Tiffany was allowing people to come in and look at the windows, and like he just kept coming up over and over, and it was, like I feel like the universe is telling me to do a podcast on Louis comfort, Tiffany. So I don't know when that might happen, but he is on my list. I'm still very honored that a kitty is, you know, in any way referred to with my name, it's my book. Yeah. I have a cat named after I've two cats named after two of my favorite imagine ears at Disney and I know what an honor it was in my opinion. Names. So it means a great deal to me. Also, we split those cats up over which ones, we think are like me, and which ones are like my husband. So I understand this logic completely that doesn't sound like too much time on your hands to me at all. No, we currently have no cats in my household, but we are currently hoping to change that in the relatively near future. If you would like to write to us about your kitties. Podcast or just to say, hi, we're history podcast, but how stuff works dot com, and then we're all over social media missed in history. That is where you'll find our Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram Twitter, all that stuff. You can come to our website, which is missed in history dot com and find the show notes for all the episodes, highly, and I have worked on together and a searchable archive of every episode ever and you can subscribe to our show on iheartradio app or apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. Stuffy missed in history classes, a production of iheartradio's. How stuff works for more podcasts for my heart radio. Visit the iheartradio app, apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. And Danny Shapiro, my new podcast family secrets, just wrapped up its first season. 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"ray arthur" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

11:10 min | 1 year ago

"ray arthur" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Of that song. Joe Piscopo on the radio with Frankie five boroughs Morono. Alga Tula Debbie do. Thank you, Debbie doing a lot to get into. We're kind of in a silly mood this morning. I try to stay light. Because I know we're gonna hit the news, and I'm gonna get riled up. And I'm going to get upset because so much craziness going on. I don't know. Now, you know, what they just going after Bill to William bar right now, turning generally embar may be held in contempt of congress. You see the first hour. I liked to just around riff a little bit talk from the heart and just have some fun. Now, we get to the heart of the matter. And now they're gonna really hold billboard the attorney general in contempt of congress. This is all the Democrats have to do. And it's insane. The Justice department has refused to onerous subpoena to give the committee. The full unredacted final report. That's from the multiple. When is going to go away. When you got police officers. We said seventeen police officers killed in America of this this year long, this you think about that North Carolina and Mississippi just the last forty eight hours, and this is what the Democrats have this is all they have to think about it's inexcusable. Now, I'm going to get fired up now. And then and then you got children. I don't didn't even address it. Because I thought it was fake news fake news kids in a mosque in Philadelphia singing children's songs, and what were the lyrics of the songs. Let's cut off the heads of the infidels that this was now I read it. I see it. Somebody sent it to me. And I'm going fake news. There's no way in America is the is there going to be a mosque than going to allow this to happen. And there's no politician that's going to allow this to happen. And there's nobody with such hate for America within our borders that is going to allow this to happen. It happened. And I let it go. And now a Frankie's telling me congressman lease album. We love was on Fox News talk about my God. My buddy, my sales guy our sales chief Frankie with Doug about it last night at dinner. I'm going like, no that's not the can't not only what happened. What the heck is going on? How is this going on? And then and then mayor p people Duggal judge, but you did you judge whatever's name is he's America was never that great the trying that seep in seep n- like some kind of bad vapor. You know, what I mean like some lethal gas that trying to take down? That's what they're trying to do little by little step by step used to take us away like that and just trying to tear down this. And what is the endgame? You know, me I always asked logical questions, I think would eight minutes after a seven o'clock in the morning with the endgame, its power and control. It's old is which are what does daddy always teach. You now killed your the tenants of socialism. These men put them empower get them, you know, free. They got old. They had the best in Washington. You have the best of pension and welfare and health care. They have everything we do not have. And they aren't I don't think that there's any, but he was not to love for the country gets least on the progressive side to help us out inexcusable just an excusable. So he wanted to just make sure we acknowledged the loss of law enforcement because this is an epidemic in our country as much as it's an epidemic a school violence, the mass shootings that's an epidemic because well, then it would be great. If the Democrats and Republicans join together, and perhaps start stop this in our in our country, the suspect in the murder of a police officer Mississippi's under arrest. I'm not even going to mention the cockroaches name taken into custody in Wiggins about thirty five miles north of a Luxy. It is so like look down there. It is so beautiful down there. I played down toward Gulfport that whole area. We were just there. Last year at the casinos down. There officer Robert Mckee thin was killed outside outside a police station Sunday night, and this this punk was nineteen years old facing a capital murder charge, and he was arrested after being spotted by deluxe officer lives in the area. So what what is that all about? And then avid North Carolina as well and happened in North Carolina officer dead after routine traffic, stop you kidding me. North Carolina officer dead following a routine traffic, stop, according to the mooresville police department. Thirty two year old canine officer, Jordan, Sheldon died from his injuries after being shot around ten o'clock last night suspect in the shooting fled the scene. He was later located nearby apartment, and he apparently took his own life. So an officer Sheldon served with the mooresville police department for the last six years this is an epidemic. I wanna see the Democrats talking about this that you know, I wanna see I wanna see everybody in Washington talking about these these things that Matt. Later in our life. It's just totally inexcusable and made those offices rest in peace. Also, my buddy, our buddy, we have a guy that follows us on on Twitter. I guess it is swag. He's my buddy swag data. I guess is is what is a Twitter handle. He's great. And he said, no one talked about, and he was right about Tiger Woods getting the medal of honor, Frankie Fibro and he did. And I I saw it yesterday of going to announce it, and I said, well when we moved on we always get attention deficit. So I apologize for that go. But thanks that. That's right. Tiger wood medal of honor. And there's a great American the president. Is as Milan was there was a great great ceremony. Well and the army football. Thank you. It's such a great way. And I love the announcement that the president made yesterday where he said because currently army football players, no matter how good they are. They hadn't been able to be eligible for the NFL draft because of their commitment to the army. The now President Trump is going to allow them to be drafted for the NFL. And then honor their commitment to the army afterwards. Honoring their commitment country, but they don't necessarily have to give up a lot of their prime years of professional football. Yes. Remember during World War, Two go to Mario. And Ted Williams. Humid, though, this is empty chair with my Rollings bay. You know, I could see that's exactly what I'm thinking of think of the numbers that the Maggio demain the great Joe DiMaggio at checkout that we have to plug Dr Roth's book, which is a great book dinner with the oh great book that you have to check out D'amoto, Ted Williams, Yogi Berra Yogi Berra landed in Normandy feller as well. But but but Joe d three hundred sixty home runs with but with the fences, you know, we all in being shy foreign defeat really back in the day. And imagine imagine if he didn't and Ted Williams as well. Didn't take four years off for years off to fight the military Williams case it was five years because he not only served in World War World War Two but served a year in Korea as well. Good. Good goodness gracious. I mean by then he would no longer in his prime, but still did he get preserved. He is. He like he's preserved somewhere has had as I understand it. So how do you? You could build a body off at. I mean, it's you know, I gotta I'm not an expert in cryonics. We I hear your book an expert on cryonics. Tomorrow. Maybe they've got some years ago, we interviewed Ted Williams son on the radio after ten at Penn. You know, the the talk about the crowd and with barrels. Ted son that was our interview ever. And just so so pantley you can the but not to lose sight of the great, Ted Williams. May they say the most natural hitter ever base there, maybe and just spectacular? So I don't wanna take that away. But the fact that he wanted to be preserved. We're talking about that. And then you can preserve your body. I if you will preserve a part of your body in this case your head you could build the rest of the body out. I guess like a robot or clone? You know, what I was saying to my fiance yesterday about how movie? About how maybe with so much people's digital profiles capturing so much of their history. Their information that may be in the not too distant future. It's going to be possible to just upload your consciousness. Your thoughts your memories to a file somewhere? And then you they can create a hologram or something then interacting with you. As if you are that person did that nineteen ninety nine. Yeah. Radiate excuse. Yeah. With the data, right? Yeah. I was a hologram. Would you recreate if you if you lost somebody would you create them in clone them again? Absolutely. You would do. Absolutely like somebody or dog that you know, that's coming. It's important from a historical perspective and second, you know, I think from an emotional perspective. It could certainly if you want to bring back you want to bring back Chester, Arthur, for example, right from you. Gonna talk to you, the original Chester Arthur winter you the hologram Chester. Arthur that has now here. Chester Arthur is a different case because he wasn't posting. Every one of his tweets, you know, his stream of consciousness like Donald Trump was so we don't know what his opinion was on the exactly on the spoils system or on Roscoe conch, laying or you know. Okay. This is what I mean wrestling, and and you know, Chester Arthur did the opposite of what people do today before he died. He burned all his papers, with the exception of a collection of letters that he exchanged with an invalid woman who really in the name of God, you actually have this information invade women, right? No way. I've read books about chest, ROY Arthur, and and there's actually a great one out from C-SPAN written by Brian lamb. Not just about all the all the all the president's portion of the brought to you by Chester. So now, it's different. Right. So now, I just got an alert from Google shown military everywhere though. Every place that I visited in the last month. Right. Right. And then if I go back on Mars online. Yeah. Y'all shea if I go back for years, they have a red dot of every place, I visited in the last four years on on your computer, Chester on the phone wasn't were wasn't walking around with a mobile phone. Really? We your Google is where you were your locations where you say. Because it's the phone. Yeah. If you turn your geofencing off your locator off. Yeah. Can't track yet. Once you have it. Rex. So you have that right. We have me punting recorded history of me pontiff on everything for New York Mets to wrestlemainia two. We have we have my voice recorded, which we didn't have which has Ray, Arthur, we have my image. I'm not gonna clone. You I don't see why anybody these days couldn't continue to be alive as a digital avatar, Chester. Arthur you didn't have all that. Let's go to it's gonna come Frankie..

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"Florida those the twenty two places that I've drafted thus far. But I am absolutely prepared to add anything that you would that. You think is worthy eventing at eight seven seven nine seven zero two. To nine nine nine. So I read last week. I didn't get to talk about it. But I had just finished the week before last a really interesting pretty short biography of Chester a Arthur by a writer named Zachary caravel, and I have to tell you it was really really very interesting. So if you're interested in learning a little bit more about America's twenty-first president. I it's a short book, but I do recommend Chester Alan Arthur by Zachary Carabello. And so what I do is when I finished reading a book, I put all the books that are in contention for what I want to read next in something called the fishbowl. I caught the fishbowl and there's about ten or eleven books in there. And after I read a book, I replace a book in a similar category. So if I read a presidential biography or history book than I replace it with another history book. I read a book about policy, I'll replace it with another book about policy if I read a book about entertainment or replace it with another entertainment book memoir, replace it with another memoir, you get the idea. So. It just so happens after I finished the chest Ray Arthur book, the book that replaced it in the fishbowl was a book called the age of Eisenhower and lo and behold, that's the book that got selected, and I'm reading this book. Now, it is absolutely outstanding. I am going to invite the author of this book on the radio to talk about the Eisenhower presidency. His name's William Hitchcock, the age of Eisenhower America and the world in the nineteen fifties. Probably in the next couple of weeks because we're coming up on the fiftieth anniversary of ice death, really really well done so that halfway done with it. But if you're interested in learning a little bit more about the Eisenhower presidency or the nineteen fifties. I strongly suggest you pick up this book, the age of Eisenhower by William Hitchcock, again, honeymoon selection or suggest. Eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine. We take a swig of. Water here, excuse me. So that's the one thing I'm trying to take off a couple of pounds now. And that's the one thing whatever weight loss plan or diet, you go on tells you to do that's the only one common thing is to drink lots of water. So I I have to forty ounce water bottles. I keep one at work. I keep wondering home and they're great. And do you know how and I like that? It's forty ounces because I can keep track of how much water I've drank during the day. I know if I fill this twice. I've drank eighty ounces five filled it thrice, I've drank one hundred twenty ounces. So and I have to there are no stores that sell these forty ounce water bottle. So I had to order it special online. And yes, I did order it from Amazon the very same tech giant that I was opposed to giving corporate welfare to in the very same tech giant that I called for. Breaking up at the beginning of the show. I see I do use Amazon, and so this forty ounce. Water bottle is great. And I was always very frustrated that I'd go to the store, and I couldn't find forty ounce water bottles anywhere because I want a forty ounce water bump, so lo and behold. There's a products released called outs war. And it's founded by sons of anarchy star, THEO Rossi and his wife Meghan McDermott. Now, I haven't yet seen sons of anarchy. So I don't really know anything about. Theo rossi. Okay. I believe he's African American. So anyway, so they come out with this thing called outs water. And I think this is great. It's they had these big bottles. That cell water in forty ounces. And it says right on the front of it. It says forty. They also have a twenty ounce version of water, and it says twenty any as great you can get forty ounces of water in one bottle wish they sold it near me. So now. I can't even believe that. I'm saying this. But. A brooklyn. Some Brooklyn residents along with an activist group called Brooklyn rise. Are opposing this water. Because. Because they're taking issue with forty ounce water packaging. Which they say is designed to look like a bottle of malt liquor. The group feels the shape of the bottle. Per peci weights negative stereotypes about black communities as well as has the potential to promote alcoholism among children. No, I'm not kidding. I thought this was a headline in the when I read it. Quote. That history is of high alcohol content, cheap liquors that were sold and heavily promoted through rap music and all kinds of marketing and entertainment close quote. Christine Gilliam told Yahoo lifestyle, she's a community member in Brooklyn. Quote. It's a big part of the demise of a community that already feels it's under attack. So that in turn leads to alcoholism, we know the children emulate adults, and what they see to be cool. So you have them going to the store was just happens to be next to a liquor store. Will you might see people hanging out drinking forties? So you wanna any late that and you can do it with a forty water great. They're getting nourished as far as the water, but their behavior is any lighting that of these people that are consuming alcohol, and it's like a precursor. This is the stupidest thing I've ever heard. This company is selling forty ounce water bottles. And members of these communities are saying that it's either promoting alcoholism or that. It's racist. I don't even know where to begin. I do not possess the intellectual capacity to process something stupid, and I do not possess the vocabulary necessary to articulate why this so irks me a company is selling forty ounce water bottles. And community members. And an activist group are saying that it promotes alcoholism. I. I don't I don't I if they had a forty ounce bottle that was. That had a label on it. That was designed to make mimic an old English label. You know, the the malt liquor oldie, so popular forty ounce. I used to drink all the when I was a kid. You know, why because it was cheap. It's.

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"From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Ari Shapiro Shang. Let's turn out to the latest news from the special counsel investigating connections between President Trump's associates and Russia. The latest is a bizarre sequence of events that raises as many if not more questions as it answers. The office of special counsel. Robert Muller has asked the FBI to investigate an alleged scheme intended to make Muller look bad. NPR justice. Reporter Ryan Lucas is here to walk us through all of this. Hey, Ryan either. All right. I what has this special counsel's office said, exactly. Well, a spokesman for the office. Peter car says that they I learned about this alleged scheme last week. It involves a woman who says she was offered money to make false claims about Robert Muller cart. Does not specify the nature of those claims special special counsel's office is you know, it's usually very tight lipped did decide to speak about this. And it says it immediately. Refer to the FBI investigation. The bureau for its part is not commenting at this point. Okay. But do we know anything about this purported plot? Yes. But it bears repeating that this is a very very fishy sequence of events earlier this month in Email account. That purportedly belongs to a woman in Fort Myers reached out to several journalists and media outlets, including NPR this individual alleged that she had been offered tens of thousands of dollars in exchange for that money. She was supposed to make sexual misconduct allegations against Muller allegations that would date back to time that this individual allegedly allegedly worked with Muller at a law firm in one thousand nine hundred seventy four the individual sending these emails said she refused. She refused the money and any part in this game. Do we know anything about this woman NPR asked her to speak on the phone to confirm her identity? She refused. There were a number of details in her emails that didn't stand up to scrutiny. She said she lives in Fort Myers reporters couldn't track down and individual with an empty provided in fort wires. And perhaps most importantly the law firm where she says she worked with Muller in nineteen seventy four told me that it has no record of this individual working at C. Okay. So this is all happening exactly one week before the midterm elections. What do you make of the interesting dining here? The timing is indeed curious midterms are around the corner as you said, and certainly this could be part of an effort to muddy Muller ahead of the vote. But there's another curious twist here the individual sending the Email said a man by the name of Jack Berkman was behind the scheme to pay a woman to make these claims against Muller Berkman is a conservative lobbyists. He hosts a talk show on Newsmax Newsmax TV which is owned by Trump confidante. Chris rutty Berkman is probably best known as one of the people who helped fuel a conspiracy theory that you may remember around the killing of a Democratic National Committee staffer in two thousand sixteen a theory that has since been debunked some of the news organizations that covered it have actually retracted their stories now. Berkman tweeted this afternoon that later this week he was going to reveal what he alleges is the first of Muller's sexual assault victims it's unclear whether that news conference that he's talking about. We'll still go ahead, right? He's also accused the left of attacking him to deflect attention from Muller the bottom line here in this whole rigor rigmarole is this the special counsel's office says it has asked the FBI to look into this alleged scheme to pay a woman to make what they say are false allegations against smaller. Very weird story. NPR Justice reporter Ryan Lucas. Thank you. Give. Has been spreading through an eastern region of the Democratic Republic of Congo for more than three months more than two hundred forty people have been infected and recently the tally of new cases has risen from about ten to more than thirty per week. NPR's Nouri Eisenman explains why this outbreak is proving difficult to end last month visual found himself in a town near the epicenter of the outbreak surrounded by an angry crowd. Ricky young some had rocks. Some had empty bottles is with the international federation of the Red Cross and coordinator of these safe burial teams, they sent into the community when someone has died if he Bola at home on this day, the team had come to pick up the body of a child under Saddam a boy of seven I just as the crowd of about one hundred and fifty neighbors started gathering as soon as the team arrived at first people were just watching is the team pulled on protective suits and walked into the house. Then just as the team was about to put the boy. Oy into a body bag. Nobody was on the boy's father rushed in and said, he changed his mind. He didn't want his son taken this way. That's when the mood in the crowd shifted from curious to menacing in an instant the team immediately backed off started taking off their suits as quickly as dared Onkar into Ramallah. Just fear. The worst you're trying not to look like you're rushing because showing fear will provoke the crowd. You're also trying to get out before someone throws the first right because you know, once that happens everyone will start throwing off and his team did manage to drive off in time. But the DS's government reports that health workers are being threatened like this three or four times a week, partly it's because many people in the communities where Ebola is now spreading had never heard of it. So they're resistant to giving up their loved ones to these strange people in scary, plastic suits, but there's another issue. She's predom- is a senior analyst with International Crisis Group local populations very distrustful of the government. Even though this part of the DRC has a lot of mineral wealth, people are desperately poor many believe the ruling thirties only care about exploring the wealth for themselves. We haven't seen anything from this government. Perhaps most of all they are furious that for years now, multiple armed. Rebel groups have roomed the area, and neither the central government, nor a United Nations peacekeeping force. That is thousands strong has offered much protection just ten days ago. One of these groups reportedly killed fifteen civilians and kidnapped a dozen children. And so says when an authority figure be it from the government or foreign health worker shows up to warn about Ebola. There's a questioning of whether this outbreak is even real whether they're ulterior motives that. The government has also after pretty much every attack by a rebel group people in the affected town or city have been staging street protests during which he Bola responders or forced to hunker down that includes health workers who would normally be tracing anyone who had contact with an infected person. So the contact can be vaccinated and monitored Ray Arthur is one of the officials tracking the epidemic for the US centers for disease control and prevention. So every time this happens your teams, don't go out. They don't see the contacts and the disease spreads the World Health. The organization has called for more security in the outbreak zone. But predominantly international crisis. Group says the UN is trying to wind down its presence in the DRC. So it's very unlikely they'll add peacekeepers in the outbreak zone right now. The UN's main focus on the DRC our elections that are set for December making sure the government actually holds them doesn't crack down on opposition groups in fear of that the UN has had to shift its pieces on the chessboard away from the east where he is spreading to other parts of the country health workers have managed to vaccinate a record number of people more than twenty four thousand so far and the CDC's Arthur says that's why despite the violence. This outbreak is not spiraling. But the longer this goes on we may get to the point where that dampening effect that we have of using the vaccine is no longer keeping the level of transmission down. And then Arthur says we could move into a more explosive outbreak narrate Eisenman NPR news. This is NPR news. Kiki? Dee news. I'm Ryan Levy voters in dozens of cities and counties across California will be voting next week at how their communities should handle the growing recreational marijuana industry proposition sixty four legalized recreational marijuana across the state in two thousand sixteen but allowed localities to develop their own rules and regulations in Half Moon bay a ballot measure this November to legalise cannabis growing has divided. The town Damian Pauleta is a reporter with the Washington Post where he's been reporting on the cannabis debate in Half Moon bay and Damian what exactly is on the ballot in Half Moon bay. So there's a measure on the ballot measured g g that would allow three specific farms in Half Moon bay to grow baby cannabis plants in existing greenhouses. And you know, we're talking maybe hundreds of thousands a month. That's quite a lot of product. It'd be moving out in quite a lot of revenue they could be bringing in this whole issue really centers around one guy seventy two year old Republican pumpkin farm. Named John Muller? How did he become the poster child for cannabis cultivation in Half Moon bay? You know, it's a fascinating story farmer, John as he's known is a local legend, he he grow. He's a pumpkin farmer in pumpkin pray during the pumpkin festival in Half Moon bay. He drives a tractor through the middle of town carrying pumpkin Vetter way in excess of a thousand pounds. You know, this skies is famous for being able to grow pumpkins. He's really well known. He was the mayor of the town. But he's saying that his his pumpkin business cannot survive any longer. It's just too expensive. And even though he's well liked. He needs other income supplement has farm. So he's telling the community that he needs them to approve this measure to allow him to grow commercial cannabis. And and so there's this belief that if he goes that part of, you know, have been bays heritage and culture could go with them. And then it could be eventually swallowed up into Silicon Valley like other parts of the area, and what are people concerned about if measured gee-gee passes proposition six. Sixty four passed with almost seventy percent of the vote in Half Moon bay. But the the big push back has come largely from the local schools a lot of parents and administrators feel like this would normalize marijuana. There's also been a big push back from the local Hispanic community that feels like, you know, a lot of the local farm labor would be susceptible to immigration raids. If the federal government came in to raid, some of these marijuana greenhouses there's also been a fair amount of local support, especially people who believe that the agriculture all history of Half Moon bay is important and something that needs to be kinda held onto closely. You know, they do consider themselves the world pumpkin capital two huge kind of symbol of pride for the area. How of the Muller's responded to this becoming such a divisive issue in the town? It's a really great question. And I was surprised when I visited with them. Farmer. John is former mayor he's had a number of different kinds of political roles over the decades is also a Vietnam war vet I found him to be very cautious in the face of the criticism. He he does a pretty good job of articulating his case. I think his wife Eva takes much more. Personally. It's actually, you know, the property that they grow these pumpkins on it was purchased by her father in the nineteen fifties. They've been a part of the community for for decades. And I think she takes it a bit more personally when people that she feels like she's known for a long time. Now oppose something that they believe could make or break their farm, Damian polenta is a reporter with the Washington Post. Thanks for joining us Damien. It's my pleasure. Thank you. I'm Ryan Lee news. After oakland. Mayor Libby shaft warned coming immigration raids. The Trump administration called her a dangerous progressive that her opponents in the mayor's race.

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"This is all things considered. I'm ari. Shapiro said Shang, let's turn now to the latest news from the special counsel investigating connections between President Trump's associates and Russia. The latest is a bizarre sequence of events that raises as many if not more questions as it answers. The office of special counsel. Robert Muller has asked the FBI to investigate an alleged scheme intended to make Muller look bad. NPR justice. Reporter Ryan Lucas is here to walk us through all of this. Hey, Ryan either. All right. I what has this special counsel's office said, exactly. Well, a spokesman for the office. Peter cars says that they I learned about this alleged scheme last week. It involves a woman who says she was offered money to make false claims about Robert Muller cart. Does not specify the nature of those claims special special counsel's office, as you know, it's usually very tight lipped, but it did decide to speak about this. And it says it immediately referred the matter to. The FBI investigation the bureau for its part is not commenting at this point. Okay. But do we know anything about this purported plot? Yes. But it bears repeating that this is a very very fishy sequence of events earlier this month in Email account. That purportedly belongs to a woman in Fort Myers reached out to several journalists in media outlets, including NPR this individual alleged that she had been offered tens of thousands of dollars in exchange for that money. She was supposed to make sexual misconduct allegations against Muller allegations that would date back to time that this individual allegedly allegedly worked with Muller at a law firm in one thousand nine hundred seventy four the individual sending these emails said she refused. She refused the money and any part in this game. Do we know anything about this woman NPR asked her to speak on the phone to confirm her identity? She refused. There were a number of details in her emails that didn't stand up to scrutiny. She said she lives in Fort Myers reporters couldn't track down in individual with an empty provided important wires in perhaps the most. Importantly, the law firm where she says she worked with Muller in nineteen seventy four told me that it has no record of this individual working. See? Okay. So this is all happening exactly one week before the midterm elections. What do you make of the interesting timing? Here. The timing is indeed curious midterms are around the corner as you said, and certainly this could be part of an effort to muddy Muller ahead of the vote. But there's another curious twist here the individual sending the Email said a man by the name of Jack Berkman was behind the scheme to pay a woman to make these claims against Muller Berkman is a conservative lobbyist he hosts a talk show on Newsmax Newsmax TV which is owned by Trump confidante. Chris ruddy Berkman is probably best known as one of the people who helped fuel a conspiracy theory that you may remember around the killing of a Democratic National Committee staffer in two thousand sixteen a theory that has since been debunked some of the news organizations that covered it have actually retracted their stories now Berkman tweeted this after. Noon that later this week. He was going to reveal what he alleges is the first Muller's sexual assault victims it's unclear whether that news conference that he's talking about. We'll still go ahead, right? He's also accused the left of attacking him to deflect attention from the bottom line here in this whole rigor rigmarole is this the special counsel's office says it has asked the FBI to look into this alleged scheme to pay a woman to make what they say are false allegations against smaller. Very weird story. NPR Justice reporter Ryan Lucas. Thank you. Thank you. Ebola has been spreading through an eastern region of the Democratic Republic of Congo for more than three months more than two hundred forty people have been infected and recently the tally of new cases has risen from about ten to more than thirty per week. And and read Eisenman explains why this outbreak is proving difficult to end last month. Visu? Found himself in a town near the epicenter of the outbreak surrounded by an angry crowd. Ricky appear some had rocks. Some had empty bottles is with the international federation of the Red Cross and coordinator of these safe burial teams, they sent into the community when someone has died if he Bola at home on this day, the team had come to pick up the body of a child a boy of seven I'll just as the crowd of about one hundred and fifty neighbors started gathering as soon as the team arrived at first people were just watching is the team pulled on protective suits and walked into the house. Then just as the. Team was about to put the boy into a body bag. Nobody was on the boy's father rushed in and said, he changed his mind. He didn't want his son taken this way. That's when the mood and the crowd shifted from curious to menacing in an instant the team immediately backed off started taking off their suits as quickly as dared ought to be just fear. The worst you're trying not to look like you're rushing because showing fear will provoke the crowd of people also trying to get out before someone throws the first route. Because you know, once that happens everyone will start throwing in and his team did manage to drive off in time. But the government reports that health workers are being threatened like this three or four times a week, partly it's because many people in the communities where Ebola is now spreading had never heard of it. So they're resistant to giving up their loved ones to these strange people in scary, plastic suits. But there's another issue. She's predom- is a senior. Analyst with International Crisis Group. The local population is very distrustful of the government. Even though this part of the DRC has a lot of mineral wealth, people are desperately poor many believe the ruling authorities only care about exploiting the wealth for themselves. We haven't seen anything from this government. Perhaps most of all they are furious that for years now, multiple armed rebel groups have roomed the area, and neither the central government, nor a United Nations peacekeeping force. That is thousands strong has offered much protection just ten days ago. One of these groups reportedly killed fifteen civilians and kidnapped a dozen children. And so says Purdon when an authority figure be it from the government or a foreign health worker shows up to warn about Ebola. There's a questioning whether this outbreak is even real whether they're ulterior motives that. The government has also after pretty much every attack by a rebel group people in the affected town or city had been staging street protests during which he Bola responders or forced to hunker down. That includes health workers who would normally be tracing anyone who has had contact with an infected person. So the contact can be vaccinated and monitored Ray Arthur is one of the officials tracking the epidemic for the US centers for disease control and prevention. So every time this happens. Your teams don't go out. They don't see the contacts and the disease spreads the world. Health Organization has called for more security in the outbreak zone. But of International Crisis Group says the U is trying to wind down its presence in the DRC. So it's very unlikely they'll add peacekeepers in the outbreak zone right now. The UN's main focus in the DRC. Our elections are set for December making sure the government actually holds them doesn't crack down on position groups in fear of that the US has had to shift its pieces of the chessboard away from the east where Ebola is spreading to other parts of the country health workers have managed to vaccinate a record number of people more than twenty four thousand so far and the CDC's Arthur says that's why despite the violence this outbreak. Is not spiraling. But the longer this goes on we may get to the point where that dampening effect that we have of using the vaccine is no longer keeping the level of transmission down. And then Arthur says we could move into a more explosive outbreak narrate Eisenman NPR news..

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"This podcast. And the following message is brought to you by jet dot com. Your one stop shopping destination. The jet experience provides a unique and relevant Dortmund with no membership fees. Start shopping conveniently at jet dot com or on the jet app. Today. Ebola has been spreading through an eastern region of the Democratic Republic of Congo for more than three months more than two hundred forty people have been infected and recently the tally of new cases has risen from about ten to more than thirty per week NPR's and Eisenman explains why this outbreak is proving difficult to end last month visual Attiyah found himself in a town near the epicenter of the outbreak surrounded by an angry crowd. Yes. My Ricky appear young some had rocks. Some had empty bottles is with the international federation of the Red Cross and coordinator of these safe burial teams, they sent into the community when someone has died if he Boola at home on this day the team had come to pick up the body of. Child. No fun descend on a boy of seven. I just as the crowd of about one hundred and fifty neighbors started gathering as soon as the team arrived at first people were just watching is the team pulled on protective suits and walked into the house. Then just as the team was about to put the boy into a body bag Abudu on the boy's father rushed in and said, he changed his mind. He didn't want his son taken this way. That's when the mood in the crowd shifted from curious to menacing in an instant the team immediately backed off started taking off their suits as quickly as they dared to Bramall be fear. It's just fear. The worst you're trying not to look like you're rushing because showing fear will provoke the crown. You're also trying to get out before someone throws the first rock because you know, once that happens everyone will start throwing in his team did manage to drive off in time. But the DS's government reports that health workers are being threatened like this three or. Or four times a week, partly it's because many people in the communities where Ebola is now spreading had never heard of it. So they're resistant to giving up their loved ones to these strange people in scary, plastic suits, but there's another issue. She's predom- is a senior analyst with International Crisis Group local population is very distrustful of the government. Even though this part of the DRC has a lot of mineral wealth, people are desperately poor many believe the ruling authorities only care about exploiting the wealth for themselves. We haven't seen anything from this government. Perhaps most of all they are furious that for years now, multiple armed rebel groups have roomed the area, and neither the central government, nor a United Nations peacekeeping force. That is thousands strong has offered much protection just ten days ago. One of these groups reportedly killed fifteen civilians and kidnapped a dozen children. And so says done when an authority figure be it from the government or a foreign health worker shows up to warn about Ebola. There's a questioning. Of whether this outbreak is even real know, whether they're ulterior motives that. The government has also after pretty much every attack by a rebel group people in the affected town or city had been staging street protests during which he Bola responders or forced to hunker down that includes health workers who would normally be tracing anyone who has had contact with an infected person. So the contact can be vaccinated and monitored Ray Arthur is one of the officials tracking the bull epidemic for the US centers for disease control and prevention. So every time this happens. Your teams don't go out. They don't see the contacts and the disease spreads the world. Health Organization has called for more security in the opera zone, but predom- of international crisis. Group says the UN is trying to wind down its presence in the DRC. So it's very unlikely they'll add peacekeepers in the outbreak zone right now. The UN's main focus on the DRC our elections that are set for December making sure the government actually holds them doesn't crack down on opposition groups in fear of that the UN has had to shift its pieces of. Ford away from the east where he bowl is spreading to other parts of the country L workers have managed to vaccinate a record number of people more than twenty four thousand so far and the CDC's Arthur says that's why despite the violence. This outbreak is not spiraling. But the logger this goes on we may get to the point where that dampening effect that we have of using the vaccine is no longer keeping the level transmission down. And then Arthur says we could move into a more explosive outbreak Narita Eisenman NPR news support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. 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Why Are People So Angry At Ebola Responders In The Democratic Republic Of The Congo?

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04:52 min | 1 year ago

Why Are People So Angry At Ebola Responders In The Democratic Republic Of The Congo?

"This podcast. And the following message is brought to you by jet dot com. Your one stop shopping destination. The jet experience provides a unique and relevant Dortmund with no membership fees. Start shopping conveniently at jet dot com or on the jet app. Today. Ebola has been spreading through an eastern region of the Democratic Republic of Congo for more than three months more than two hundred forty people have been infected and recently the tally of new cases has risen from about ten to more than thirty per week NPR's and Eisenman explains why this outbreak is proving difficult to end last month visual Attiyah found himself in a town near the epicenter of the outbreak surrounded by an angry crowd. Yes. My Ricky appear young some had rocks. Some had empty bottles is with the international federation of the Red Cross and coordinator of these safe burial teams, they sent into the community when someone has died if he Boola at home on this day the team had come to pick up the body of. Child. No fun descend on a boy of seven. I just as the crowd of about one hundred and fifty neighbors started gathering as soon as the team arrived at first people were just watching is the team pulled on protective suits and walked into the house. Then just as the team was about to put the boy into a body bag Abudu on the boy's father rushed in and said, he changed his mind. He didn't want his son taken this way. That's when the mood in the crowd shifted from curious to menacing in an instant the team immediately backed off started taking off their suits as quickly as they dared to Bramall be fear. It's just fear. The worst you're trying not to look like you're rushing because showing fear will provoke the crown. You're also trying to get out before someone throws the first rock because you know, once that happens everyone will start throwing in his team did manage to drive off in time. But the DS's government reports that health workers are being threatened like this three or. Or four times a week, partly it's because many people in the communities where Ebola is now spreading had never heard of it. So they're resistant to giving up their loved ones to these strange people in scary, plastic suits, but there's another issue. She's predom- is a senior analyst with International Crisis Group local population is very distrustful of the government. Even though this part of the DRC has a lot of mineral wealth, people are desperately poor many believe the ruling authorities only care about exploiting the wealth for themselves. We haven't seen anything from this government. Perhaps most of all they are furious that for years now, multiple armed rebel groups have roomed the area, and neither the central government, nor a United Nations peacekeeping force. That is thousands strong has offered much protection just ten days ago. One of these groups reportedly killed fifteen civilians and kidnapped a dozen children. And so says done when an authority figure be it from the government or a foreign health worker shows up to warn about Ebola. There's a questioning. Of whether this outbreak is even real know, whether they're ulterior motives that. The government has also after pretty much every attack by a rebel group people in the affected town or city had been staging street protests during which he Bola responders or forced to hunker down that includes health workers who would normally be tracing anyone who has had contact with an infected person. So the contact can be vaccinated and monitored Ray Arthur is one of the officials tracking the bull epidemic for the US centers for disease control and prevention. So every time this happens. Your teams don't go out. They don't see the contacts and the disease spreads the world. Health Organization has called for more security in the opera zone, but predom- of international crisis. Group says the UN is trying to wind down its presence in the DRC. So it's very unlikely they'll add peacekeepers in the outbreak zone right now. The UN's main focus on the DRC our elections that are set for December making sure the government actually holds them doesn't crack down on opposition groups in fear of that the UN has had to shift its pieces of. Ford away from the east where he bowl is spreading to other parts of the country L workers have managed to vaccinate a record number of people more than twenty four thousand so far and the CDC's Arthur says that's why despite the violence. This outbreak is not spiraling. But the logger this goes on we may get to the point where that dampening effect that we have of using the vaccine is no longer keeping the level transmission down. And then Arthur says we could move into a more explosive outbreak Narita Eisenman NPR news support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. 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"ray arthur" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

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01:57 min | 2 years ago

"ray arthur" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

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"ray arthur" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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02:49 min | 3 years ago

"ray arthur" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"For this day in history oh nine twenty in history brought to you by may eighteen eighty one chess ray arthur was sworn in as the 21st president of the united states i only bring this up because yesterday we learned the chetteri arthur succeed succeeded james a garfield we learned you're reading book about him spoiler alert he was assassinated is actually shot very early on in the book of a winner for awhile okay laura on this day the 1973 billie jean king beat bobby riggs in a battle of the sexes tennis match yes oh that was a big deal it was a very well know the movie next month friday gusty girl the role above is looked under the astrodome if he did it the right to believe so you emma stone emma stone is the billie jean king yeah i saw her she was on stephen colbert listening tokyo of the state 1998 baltimore orioles shortstop cal ripken junior sat out again any use consecutive game playing stream streak split streep the meryl streep that's a whole different that nothing she's going to play him in the movement she his anyways so good she can blame us so he ended his consecutive game playing streak ripken played two hundred six the truck really it would are generating today goes sorry roof completed two thousand six hundred thirty two consecutive games over sixteen seasons 2000 you ever is a vital be broken no the did you will elicit again once again the award rifkind brought history goal is pretty cool man day listing two thousand an independent counsel robert ray who took over for kim's star announce the end of the whitewater investigation saying there was insufficient evidence charged president clinton and his wife hillary and didn't that lead to the monica lewinsky stuff though was at a different investigation i think it was same star was involved in the investigation man i thought whitewater and because when they talk about this investigation is going on now with um the special prosecutor for me buehler buehler hillary uh they talk about how wideranging they can become legal for example whitewater started off as an investigation by the real estate deal and ended up with a sex scandal there was.

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"ray arthur" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

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01:35 min | 3 years ago

"ray arthur" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

"Hey to this one's particularly fascinate me because i don't love public speaking i think of thomas jefferson as the super eloquent present mostly because we all know is writing but the truth is he's only known to have delivered to speeches during his presidency is to inaugural addresses and that's because he suffered from severe fright isn't that not that is crazy or did you know rutherford behaves was the only president to suffer an injury and the civil war he had four horses that's right four horses shot down another head that's horrible maybe just dedicated a monument to those four horses philadelphia speaking of rough brides teddy roosevelt had one of the strangest breakfast routines of any president he liked mix coffee and a dozen eggs in a mug and then drink it down a dozen hall growth also was with you in these teddy roosevelt fact i'm obsessed i mean any president who turns the oval office into a dopey joke but also toxin is super highpitched voices mike honda president well here's what about chest ray arthur while we sometimes went by chat the public referred to him often as elegant arthur or prince arthur or the dude present all because of his fashion sense the man owned over eighty pairs of panic he chance were duty with eighty i dunno where around so andrew jackson's parrot had to be removed from his funeral for swearing too much why was andrew jackson's period at the funeral hall to pay for his tax i guess i don't know but the minister who officiated was offended he wrote people were horrified an audit the birds lack of reverence.

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"ray arthur" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

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02:00 min | 3 years ago

"ray arthur" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"That i know you're you feel that for a i talk about because so many people say position with your man or woman abbott we will prevail and we are going down a seat at the halls theory and the whole it's parisian hopefully of the show this morning you can't let these what jobs like is not in in in virginia take us down let us go down and i think that maybe maybe there was an inkling of but i don't know if regi five barrels that people will may be pulled back on the violent entities violent assault of the presidency of the united states an all this violent rhetoric if he pulled back a little bit frie i hope so you know um you know in it eventually column near costa abidjan part hauritz making the parallels between what's happening in the country now in what was happening in nineteen 68 when we saw a not only the assassinations via martin luther king and robert kennedy any violence at the chicago democratic the riots the chicago democratic convention but my job is there this will be sort of a wake up call the people on the left and on the right to take the temperature down a little bit as i've made the analogy before just as the assassination of james garfield was by a guy that was clearly deranged at a time when the country was incredibly divided and i think you know the wall the guy good how who killed james garfield wanted chest ray are there to be president was clearly a partisan for chest ray arthur no one should have blamed chest ray arthur for that assassination just as nobody should blame bernie sanders for this attempted assassination that guy which it instances bob nut jobs looking for some sort of a cause to manage the first is not in this year in a frigate a nice snow from your family family of nancy villarama feel laura is your grandmother passed away dear jo that a nice little pullman here have she said i love the car if they so appreciate that very much lower thanks again for coming now who was there's a my my heart still with you know that doesn't go away larry plan pratt is larry pratt.

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"ray arthur" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

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01:51 min | 3 years ago

"ray arthur" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Mike art crank credit could warning remind can your name them to presidents were born in vermont well one of them a was calvin coolidge wasn't it at corrective one okay so i got one the other was you asked me this question before because i remember i didn't know this and i was chester ray arthur was born in new york and chester arthur was born in vermont and the only reason i know those from you the putin jeffrey author and and calvin coolidge while i mean good one year about quitting crazy we will go on and dane here main man and year president clinton right president bush people yet to george w bush and donald trump they rob warner eighteen forty six excellent excellent all right okay oh wondering thing summers properly fourteen george w we do i take woken august nineteen fascinating yeah i i don't know what it says about generations but it says something with us you got for me our next one all right two months from now we'll we'll be observing it can patio undergird of what president the centennial of the birth of ronald reagan no joke now ch looking seventeen i'm going to say then richard nixon well now i i give up i can't pay for nineteen ten the aurora yet you give me two more you have to more forming pay you can't pay be accu on may twenty ninth that's his birthday.

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