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"realto" Discussed on 99% Invisible
"For this design russ calls up the designer of the bridge who we talked to for the magazine and he winds up faxing him a picture of this five hundred euro bill and he came back to me within moments and said this is my bridge is etc. This is absolutely positively the bridge that i designed the bridge that you and i stood on six weeks ago in northern france. I will stand in a court of law and swear on anything you like that. This is my bridge because this there are these features that are specific to this bridge. Now this made me think. I found one. I wonder if i can find some more. If you are the editor of bridge design and engineering. This is your moment so over the next couple of days. Rask's looked through books and old photographs trying to identify these supposedly fake bridges on the other euro notes. And right away. He saw this picture of the realto. It's the famous and really very beautiful bridge. In the middle of venice there's arch below. There's a parade of shops going up one side at an angle of maybe thirty degrees and down the other side at thirty degrees. So when you look at the bridge your is drawn to the superstructure to the stuff on top of the bridge which is the the walkways and the shops and so forth russ thought the masonry realto bridge looked awfully familiar so he mentally removed the walkways in the shops and all the other stuff on top of the bridge itself. I realized that that was that was exactly what the banknote designer had done. It stripped off the top and base it a cut and paste job onto onto his fifty euro banknote design so now russ had to the five hundred is the pont normandy. The fifty is the realto in venice but with the buildings removed from the top and over the next few days he figured out a few more. The hundred euro note was the pump newly of rail and road bridge in paris. That ten euro note is a roman aqueduct. Segovia and finally there was the image on the five euro note the smallest bill the oldest bridge. It was a boat bridge so it's not really a structure in its own right. It's a series of boats with planks across them very ancient way of crossing a river. This is one of my favorite choices. It says like lovely old proto bridge more than a bridge itself is just a bike to would be bridge. Clever right really clever. In a really kind of low tech way so a few days into his quest russ found an engraving that matched the picture on that five year old and it was an engraving of an ancient structure in india. So it wasn't even a european britsh. Yeah the bonus points right. It's both a not not real and it's not in europe so now has had all these different bridges heat identified. He tried to call the banknote designer. Kalina but couldn't reach him and he decided it was time to tell the world that these fake bridges were. Were not fake. They were fake fake bridges. So i wrote up the story for the magazine. The magazine was about to go to press. He pitched the story to the bbc's main tv news show and they wanted to do it so they asked me to come down to london. Ad appear on the show that night which was very exciting. Who doesn't want to be on tv and russell on the man who will send the the designs the european back now. It's back to the drawing board. We hate me so with us now. Now this was the first one. This is the one that you spotted first of all. This is the pond nominee which is very well-known open only two years ago in france. The next day my phone was ringing off the hook go page one lead in the wall street journal. He was in newspapers in finland in brazil. I you know. I was briefly almost famous and enjoyed every every moment of it was quite fun. It was fun for russ swan. But i can't imagine it was fun for robert. Kalina who designed the bills. Kelly seemed seem to take it. Okay he basically said in interviews. I thought the bridges were generic enough but apparently not galina had to start all over again. His job was determined the fake fake bridges into real thick britta's kalina and the europeans. They actually consulted with engineers to make sure that they were plausible. Fake bridges and in fact. The bills wound up changing a lot. Like if we look at the before and after that five hundred euro note you can see on the old five hundred note. There was the missing pillar. That was the dead giveaway that it was a real bridge. The new version has that pillar and it really looks like a fake bridge and then maybe most interesting on the five euro note. Kalina got rid of that boat bridge altogether and replaced it with a apparently generic roman aqueduct. They went through all the banknote designs. They fixed the money but the question is did the euro actually achieve its high minded ideals that it was trying to achieve like. Did it really bring europe together. At first it did. At first everybody loved the euro. It really did feel like one. Europe up coming together in a common currency but the new money ultimately couldn't paper over the economic differences between the different countries in europe and that really became clear after the financial crisis of two thousand eight. Some countries like germany recovered fairly quickly but other countries like spain and greece did not tonight. A country deeply divided all week. The banks closed life savings locked up inside endless lines at. Atm's withdraws limit end. If spain and greece head still had their own money at that time they could have printed more of it they could have increased. The supply of pesetas drachmas to help their economies recover but they give up that power when they joined the euro so their economies just got worse and worse. They wound up limping along for years. And there's a good argument that the euro itself made.
"realto" Discussed on Marketing Management and Money
"Everybody never ever sold marketing. Management and money is ryan. Murray here with my guest. Tim fitzpatrick at tim is the owner of realto marketing. Where actually really excited have him on today because so tim's been doing real to marketing since two thousand thirteen.
"realto" Discussed on The Babylon Bee
"And badge on and so i said that i think the officer was justified in what he did one because he stopped the threat but to you have natural reaction is so those are some of the examples that i use of how i'm able to give context people and sometimes people don't wanna hear what to say but who cares always be politically correct. Just because that's why. I think we're in the state we're in is in this world that everybody wants to be politically correct without. Actually hearing things in their feelings hurt so story different. Have you ever been a three-year-old me. And then like my initial remained immediate reaction. I don't punch him. And i'm like shelvin who you feel the feeling you're tagging off man so i'm not somebody actually one time. I thought tried to bite me. Say adopt. Because retrospect looking back he wasn't he was trying to help me out. This guy had methamphetamine pipe in his pants. But he's already handcuffed and so it was like a alma. Go get it. So as i went to a gideo- this huge shirt on so might trying to lift up his shirt and so he like bit down like towards my fingers and i like almost nab like i did snapback. 'cause they start cussing at and stuff which. I don't really cuss that much. I start cussing. And i was like but i almost now back to realto days to fight someone on the street and not at calm myself down but just for a split second. I saw how you know. The human like how human was and he was a. I'm sorry wasn't trying to bite you. I was actually trying to help you just but grabbed his shirt and hold it with my teeth while you're grabbing it and i apologize say. Hey man i'm so sorry. I shouldn't yelled at. You shouldn't cuss at you like that And so but it just goes to show like it can happen to anybody like you know you re respond for humira reaction so and if math guy bites you then i think you would turn into a math guy. Communicable right yeah. You're pretty outspoken about your face. I know your organization is explicitly christian talking about praying with people that you're arresting and work. I feel like cops tend to be more neutral when they're like on duty. Or what response have you got that kind of stuff. And i'm not your typical cop. I always pride myself on. Like i wouldn't be out and about like you would not be tells police officer evolves out about unless you just follow all this stuff. I do But that's because i. When i took this job i vowed to be different than the officers. Mistreated and so. I had this this. This idea of what cops are before i became when i was like these guys that got picked on a high school so the became cops that he can pick on everybody else like. I don't wanna be that guy. And i didn't want to be the guy at parties which they're always reserved hands crawls. Nobody wants to talk. They don't wanna talk to anybody. There were five eleven pants off duty. If you're listening to this and your cop don't know knock on you wear five eleven five eleven of ran. It's a it's a. It's a cop tactical brand. But i don't wanna be that guy that you can point out as a copy and so for me i think because i try to be submissive to god in the holy spirit. I have no choice but to be outspoken about my faith and i think that's what israel needs more of Especially in this day and age where you know right is now wrong. Wrong is now right. You know. if we don't stand firm in our beliefs then we will be the ones that are protesting in cuba because cuba is now become. You know a communist country and stuff like that so Yeah that's why. I'm so also about my as a christian you know.
"realto" Discussed on Brains On!
"Doesn't stop the kinds of things that can cause it can be chemicals that might be coming from plants and insects. They can also be chemicals that are released by immune cells to tell us to experience or they can be something like a light touch or itchy sweater. Itching is useful because our sensation issues. This is really important warning system for us and it tells their brain okay. Look there's something here that we don't want here and so to do a behavior in this case scratching in order to remove it and drive tension to it and be able to detect things that we might even see or hear but we can feel skin almost all animals experience inch and we'll scratching so mice can experience each no scratch. Even fish are thought to be able to experience edge and when you put on an itchy compound the fish will actually go rub against the side of the fish tank to try to. I'm relieved that it and there's one more thing that might be over. Make you rich and so we call this contagious itch. Where seeing some scratch bird hearing somebody talk about an age can make you scratch as well. Maybe if you're listening you didn't even realize that you're feeling a little itchy. New scratched yourself. i'm itching to hear this list. It's the brains honor roll. These are the incredible listeners who've kept us going with their questions. Ideas mystery. sounds drawings. And hi five's alexis from vicenza. Italy julian from watertown massachusetts. On your from alameda. california. I love from juno alaska. Nama alma from maple oregon benjamin from lincoln nebraska ni- and yash from new jersey maryland from yucca. Valley california dylan from baltimore. Margot and nora. From asheville north carolina aubrey and sante from cambridge massachusetts. Lincoln from texas abigail from arizona joseph from herrin illinois madison from south carolina. Lucas from washington dc khloe liam and ella from lincoln nebraska lucia from portland oregon mirabella from her veil new jersey mia from redmond washington nikita from flower mound texas. Stella violent hazel. Nora from amory wisconsin ariella from sterling virginia dahlia for minneapolis. James from boston quinn from minneapolis nathaniel and elijah from kano. Hey hawaii laudi from warrington. United kingdom meena from olympia. Washington elliott from kona. Hawaii wyatt from nashville charlie from cleveland oscar for melbourne australia. Zack from chaska. Minnesota lauren from hong kong teagan from minneapolis samara from san francisco. Laura from woodberry minnesota do way from coral ville iowa elodie from washington connecticut. Jasmine from brisbane. Australia iona from washington. Dc hayden from evansville. Indiana angelica from vancouver quinton and e b from san francisco. Max from tacoma washington. Donovan invent from casselton. Hudson new york riley autumn l. e. from baxter ontario moon from brooklyn new york on an errand from san francisco keaton from hurricane. Utah madeline from downey california. Yates and louise from austin. Texas keelan jackson from trust fill out adrienne from gurgaon india. James from ridgefield washington seibu from minneapolis. Jasper from atlanta michael from realto california on tolia and theodore from chicago a new from perth australia tiernan kestrel from lyons colorado lane from richmond virginia sophia from oakville ontario quincy and thatcher from eagle river. Alaska leah from jupiter florida. Vivian from fort collins. Colorado payton from miami beach florida owen from oak park illinois lulu from vancouver beverly and miriam from los angeles eddie murray from el salvador.
Transforming Healthcare With Rebecca Love
"Welcome back to the outcomes rocket. Everyone saw marquez here. Today i have the privilege of hosting rebecca love. She is a nurse. Entrepreneur inventor author. Tech's speaker and i nurse featured on ted dot com and part of the inaugural nursing panel featured at south by south two thousand eighteen. Rebecca was the first director of nurses innovation and entrepreneurship in the united states at northeastern school of nursing the funding initiative in the country designed to empower nurses as innovators and entrepreneurs where she founded the nurse hackathon the movement as lead to transformational change in the nursing profession in two thousand nineteen rebecca with a group of leading nurses the world founded and is president of sand sale the society of nurse scientists innovators entrepreneurs and leaders a nonprofit that quickly attained recognition by the united nations as an affiliate member to the on. Rebecca is an experienced nurse entrepreneur founding hire nurses dot com and twenty thirteen which was acquired in two thousand eighteen by realto in the uk where she served as the managing director of us markets until its acquisition and twenty nineteen currently rebecca serves as the principal of clinical innovation at optimize rx. She's passionate about empowering nurses and creating communities to help nurses innovate create and collaborate start businesses and inventions to transform healthcare. Such a privilege to have you here. Rebecca i'm really excited to touch on this very important topic of nurses going to be with you. Thank you for having me absolutely. And so rebecca. You've done some really neat things in your healthcare career and you know before we jump into the actual details of what we're gonna talk about. I love to hear more about you than and what what keeps you inspired in in your healthcare career. I think that being a background and being a nurse And washing with the front lines going for and doing on a daily basis especially in the face of i think every day i wake up. I'm inspired by those nurses to go out selflessly to transform and take care of individuals that most of I would wonder if we would cross that. Threshold and nursing was a second career choice for me in life and it was inspired because my mom really encouraged me to pursue nursing. Because she said that. Although there's a whole bunch of great leaders in other areas we needed really strong nursing leadership to sort of transform the future of the profession. And i took it very seriously after becoming immersed in watching certain challenges that was basically in the profession. I don't know if you know. Some of the statistics but percents of nursing graduates leave the bedside within two years of practice which is nearly the largest exodus of any profession out there and we are facing potential nursing shortage of vermillion nurses in the united states. And i think what motivates me is. How can we stop that accident. And how can we secure this profession at the future of healthcare And i think. I'm still motivated by both that here that there may not be nurses by the bedside in the future as much as i am inspired to transform. What a career for nursing. Looks like that me inspire the best to choose that profession debt. And you know. I wasn't aware that's a. That's a pretty big number of of nurses leaving and also want to say thanks to all the nurses listening or if you have somebody in your family your friends that are nurses at the front line. As as rebecca mentioned it's tough and especially during this pandemic The importance of what you do is critical so so yeah let's kick things off with a thank you and yes a rebecca. Why why so many people like white white is so many people eat nursing. Yeah there's there's some interesting study that are being collaborated on this entire thing. Why thirty to fifty percent of them are leaving the bedside within cheers of practice and my dad asked me this question. He that he the. Cfo honey when you graduated with your finance degree. Were you expecting to carry the same level of responsibility as cfo laughed and he instead. Of course not. And i said well welcomes the world of nursing where you graduate you enter the profession and not only. Are you carrying an incredible boat and patience upon you. But you're expected to carry the same kind of patient and responsibility as nurses with thirty or fifty years of experience. So i think one is incredible dichotomy of being put into a world. Where even if you have little training you're going to deal with those two patients. And then secondly i think one of the biggest factors is that the profession of nursing if you call it a profession has not been cultivated along a career progression and think younger nurses that are entering the profession realized. I don't know if you've noticed. But over course a twenty year career the average increase of salary of nurses only one point five percents a year which is half the cost of the increase in wages or salaries on the average american But more importantly there is no career development. So it's not as though when you start out as financial assistance and you progress ups eventual pointed the being the cfo and nursing. The first day of your career can very much look like the last day of your career thirty years later and i think that because healthcare has focused a very long time that the roles of nurses are to be by the bedside and that that job that has driven position is not in and of itself that they've never focused on. What are the career and the ambitions of the nurse by the bedside new ford so suddenly two years into a nurse his career. They're working in day night holiday weekend rotation they've had an increase of salary of about three percent and of them are patients that are constantly dying or sick and being called to work in and they don't know where their career is going in comparison to the friends that they have chosen other careers. Who are working monday through friday. Have five weeks of vacation and are steaming. The world where these nurses aren't sure what's going on. I think there's a couple downwards playing trends. But i think those are two of the largest.
"realto" Discussed on The Bower Show Podcast
"Mom shows up at throws out. I don't know do that. We've seen that before the taliban thrown. Yeah we we. we're this. Does that mean if they do that. They break up pensa in phoenix. Because you assume one of those guys wanted to throw in the towel I'm taking moxley. almost begrudgingly because i kind of want education on top would be like If they could do more with. Eddie penza and phoenix versus omega moxley But i just don't think. Aws got their faith enough to pull the trigger and put kingston on top was such a heavy ww roster in place. I'll take box. Metering say begrudgingly But damn i i. I've enjoyed the helms rivalry that promo battle. Wednesday night was fantastic. Yeah it was amazing. It was some really good stuff And also throw in there. I think the puck vignette. That we saw on wednesday night could be some foreshadowing because They were using that line of eddie kingston talking about. Where's your friend from england or london. Your british friend Back when they had the death triangle of penta phoenix and park which was obviously pad unfortunately put on hold with everything going on with the pandemic and park bean stock over in london. So that'll do it for this week's edition the show we will obviously recap review awa full gear on next week's program before we close up shop on this week's edition of s. rt you. Let's get a couple of plugs and sponsors out of the way you could download the show every thursday at the bauer show dot com russell chattanooga on twitter and the still realto show i tunes feed. Don't forget to rate review and practice the charts on itunes. You could follow individual on twitter for myself at jeff effort dr troy franklin at the doctor trae and of course. Don't forget all the show on twitter at s. rt. You podcast with that being said what is going on for world of dr franklin this week well as my favorite non buddy murphy ginger just said you can follow me on twitter. Dot com trae docket. Frankly aren't they spoke checkout rockets championship breakfast. Have ever been show coming up this weekend. Headlined by the rockets debut of dan growled was excited. About watershed him. this wall to be rocketing tributary details show. Tracy just laid to read this past week on. It's been hard on everybody. But we're not rather gaspard tracy and everybody else in twenty two years. There's been forty three jeff. It's been worshipped by wife. Been great grading. So we're in another deliver everybody that that's had a bad point. Forty who tried to twenty twenty one rolling as we head into the ruggedly rubble coming up in the perfect january and then the rocket city. Three your edit virtually show which she She the first saturday in december so we got a bunch of big show's coming up in the next few months. Yeah i'm looking at the calendar here right now believe it or not. There is just eight episodes of rt left in this year. We're about three weeks away. From our thanksgiving special be recap and reviewing survivor series. And then Yeah we're about seven weeks away from our Look back at our predictions doing our award show about eight weeks nine weeks preview and predicting twenty twenty one which i think if we looked back at our preview from her earlier this year there was no way that we thought like twenty twenty one. It's going to be literally set on fire like it has. But i know for me an offer. Dr troy franklin this little our window that we have each week has been a nice escape. Hopefully it is the same escape for you as we all enjoy this thing that we all love.
"realto" Discussed on Atl Paper Chasers
"Realto. Really go to miss motherfucking on raccoon. An. Awesome real estate investor type of man that I'm used. To, be. Used to lean. The fucking way because migraine POPs. Lit Mike Fox News pops led us now. I'm leaning my way. You know what I'm saying. So. Would all of this being said man? Shit really, don't you know? Much loved to the equality that everybody is facing. But. I'm just an honest. And I don't won't be Shit to be taken out of proportion. Fault, how take it but? If. You know. WHO's GonNa? Meet the person who say. You know what. We need each other. Big. Say You know what? You, right I was wrong..
"realto" Discussed on True Crime Recaps
"Hey eh the bar robbers sitting next to him having a drink and he had seen him video in it and asked him what he was going to do with it and this michael guy said i'm going to post it everywhere. You're like online on his social and rubber said cool. What michael had no way of knowing. Was that about sixteen hours earlier. You're a witness saw robert putting his girlfriend thirty one year old amanda custer into the rear cargo hatch of his great toyota prius outside outside of the home in monrovia california. Amanda was wrapped in what looks like a sleeping bag and to this witness she appeared to be limp and non resistant possibly unconscious or lifeless. I think is what she actually said but hopefully she was just unconscious us. Amanda was declared missing after the monrovia. Police department responded to a call from that witness around eight a._m. On monday july twenty ninth right and when the police got to the house both robert amanda were gone but there was evidence of assault and blood in the bedroom and investigators the gators think amanda was taken against her will at least to them. That's what it looked like a couple of days ago. Police released what they know. Oh of roberts timeline that morning after he put a mandate in the back of his car he stopped at a del taco along foothill boulevard in glendora uh about eight thirty two a._m. These people about five minutes later he stopped at a shell station also on foothill foothill where he bought cigarettes at almost nine a._m. He was seen in the claremont area and at about nine thirty a._m. Again this. This is july twenty ninth. He went to arco station along sierra avenue in fontana after that. He's in the wind for about five hours until he was spotted at chase bank a._t._m. Along foothill boulevard in aziza about two forty one pm obviously obviously the question now is where was he and what was he doing in those missing five hours a a lotta time people in amanda still hasn't been found who apparently robert often goes to both little or or it could be pronounced lytle creek sorry little or lytle creek. It's north of fontana realto and he likes mount baldy investigators. Gaiters are asking anyone who may have seen that car a grey toyota prius near mount baldy on july twenty ninth to contact them and if you're going hiking keen in that area or to brunch around there or you live near the air or you were in that area on the twenty ninth possibly burying your own body skating but you sound great prius. Give the l._a._p._d. A heads up you can reach them at a crime stoppers dot org or i included tip hotline number in the episode description. Now i know asking if you've seen a gray prius in southern california is a lot like asking asking if you've seen a guy with a beard in portland oregon but check out this license plate and the picture of the car you may be helped narrow it down and i know you'll be shocked to hear that. This is not the first time young robert has been a guest of california law enforcement more like the million time in fact god this really this makes me furious. He was actually wearing an ankle monitor when amanda witnessing. Why was he wearing that ankle monitor you ask because in april he was accused accused of assaulting amanda and an elderly man who was trying to help her. He was like a costing her and a house. She ran out of that house or outside that house and into another house where this old man was trying to help her and he hit him too. What a guy on june twentieth. He pleaded eighty guilty to first degree burglary injuring girlfriend assault by means a force likely to produce great bodily injury and misdemeanor counts of battery. This is not a good guy by prosecutors prosecutors. Excuse me they requested a hundred fifty thousand dollars bail that might have actually kept this piece of crap out of jail but in jail sorry off the streets in jail but instead instead he was released with electronic monitoring and a protective order for amanda nanday because we all know how well those work right the only thing is with those ankle monitor's they need to be charged and robert robert responsible upstanding citizen that he is he wasn't charging the battery sure the probation department gets warnings when the battery is low. Oh but what are they going to do. They don't have the manpower to personally police stuff so it just went through through the system and the core and the police got a notice that robert was not fulfilling the terms of his probation and they issued a bench warrant for him the monday the battery died completely the same monday. Amanda disappeared coincidence but she disappeared heared like thirty minutes after they lost tracking on him so they have no way of knowing where he might have taken her in those five hours. There's and that attack in april was just one of many domestic violence reports. He's racked up in the two years. He in amanda had been dating and two years. This girl has been going through this now according to police in l. a. county court records. Everyone's favorite dating data is basically most of amanda and roberts relationship has been spent in and out of court and in amandus case probably emergent care poor girl in early february get this. She filed for a restraining order saying that he was verbally mentally and emotionally abusive and in the report she wrote on my guide you guys that he'd been harassing her with text. Messages and phone calls using get this over one hundred fake numbers for more than a month and then he jumped her fence and he tried to to get into her bedroom. She told him to leave and then she hit until she couldn't hear him anymore. But when she checked out her window she saw him in her yard carrying a freaking hatchets then in her words as he was walking.
"realto" Discussed on KOMO
"Day today, hoping for more. The patch we were getting spoiled there for a while, right? June started out beautifully with the morning clouds afternoon. Sunshine really typical pattern. And around this time of year today, almost full on sunshine out of the gate and this was the way things were finishing a sinus, and change to come a gorgeous picture, Rebecca Peterson took this out along the Washington coastline around realto beach, and called it a coastal sunset dream all say it looks just lovely, but that high cloud cover a clue assign. A hint of what's to come for the rest of us as we head into the next several hours, right now a look at the great wheel. It's been perfect for writing there on that famous ferris wheel with all the visitors coming into town with the cruise ship this week, fifty nine degrees right now in the emerald city, we've got calm winds so that onshore flow leading up a little bit as steady barometer. But things about to change out there. Here's a look at the satellite, and radar picture. It's been several days since we've had any precipitation to show you, but finally, a little dab falling out of that increasing overcast around. Folks, will you can see the light rain there. Right on that curve between four and the push back out toward port Angeles long one. Oh one. Some light rainfall. Right now around beaver and then back out toward Neha bay and the push tonight as well Thames currently on either side of fifty there, where the rain is falling it's dropped back to forty eight with that light rain coming down around forts, still fifty seven and central yet, little bit warmer in five and around point defiance, where closer to sixteen year. Commencement bay satellite picture, though, showing our next weather maker, a big dip in the clouds, and that's because the jet stream is diving way to the south picking up some moisture, and it's finally going to start to carry it back in our direction. So that's our weather maker here. The next couple of days. Cool down. Increasing clouds were already going to drop into the sixties tomorrow with that increasing overcast yielding a little bit of shower action here, and they're already on Wednesday. But really soggy days, this week at least relatively speaking for June looked to be Thursday, and especially Friday, tem struggling to even make it to sixty. So that's noticeable. And some of the showers could contain a little bit lightning so good news. Bad news with the wildfire we already have burning in eastern Washington. Great to see the cool down. Not so great to throw the lightning back into the picture. But that's how it tends to work here in June. Overnight lows. Forties to low fifties. Would that increase in cloud deck and tomorrow, mainly cloudy? So noticeable change out there with the gray skies. We dropped back to sixty five around Issaquah same goes for Marysville. Chance for a few showers there already in the foothills because if you initial drops tomorrow, ran Anna Cordis back toward port Townsend and beautiful day there with the clouds though, sixty one always pretty in the rain there through the strata wanted a few. We'll see the scattered showers and a drop into the mid fifties, there around, ruby beach, and mid sixties around Centralia eastern, Washington, increasing clouds, it will be a little bit breezy as well. We'll watch that while fire scenario. There are closely around vantage in back toward the bridge pack into the upper eighties around Richland. So still some heat to be found in the Columbia basin. Before we start cooling off later in the week up in the cascades, a few showers returning temperatures back into the fifties snow level, drop into seventy five hundred feet. And that's why it's always a good idea, especially with the hiking here early in the season. And the chance for showers to download our KOMO news weather app, you can track any storms coming in the wind conditions and. Any showers that are starting to push him with the radar on there as well. Here's the forecast for the next several days again, mainly cloudy, tomorrow, few showers, but a better chance for some widespread rain Thursday and Friday could that cool down as well chance for a little bit of lightning in the mix. And then this forecast really something for everybody. Because because we're right back into the seventies to about eighty by the time we hit early next week, a lot of variety, but we're going to go down. I are, let's go live. Normandy France World War, Two or not reenactment is underway. Right now, you can see this happening US Rangers retracing the steps of allied forces that had to scale, the cliffs to silence Nazi guns. You can watch it happening, right? Now, more of these events are willing to take place over the next two days. Thursday, june. Sixth is the seventy.
"realto" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I can't believe this story of realto where a sex offender. Well, we'll get to it. But while he went on a spree holding people at knifepoint women sex assaults robberies all while wearing his GPS ankle bracelet. I'm laughing. But it's not funny. It's Dan, that's affective. Really works GPS ankle bracelet. That solves everything. We'll tell you the story. Plus, I guess Anthony Weiner is completely done with his serving time he ought to have for his sexting scandal. It's right. That means teenage girls are risk all over the country. Are he goes back on Twitter, sending photos of his endowment? Yes. He does like to engage in sexy talk with underage females. I bet I bet a thousand dollars. He does it again ill get caught again because that's still inside them. It's still relentlessly torturing him. So John is rule. Wait three days last week. Holy mackerel. The media seized on a story and went to town with it for days because the outrage was building what was the story. And I I didn't see the photo. I just heard the headline four. Four schoolteachers posing with a noose. Oh my God. Everything. Yeah. And again, often the facts are left behind just the headline. I guess the word news is a -fensive now. Right. Has many uses in meetings? But clearly obviously going back to the days of lynching. That's where we stand with that. So if you pose with the news, you're in deep trouble. So it was four teachers in principle, by the way, you'll all females. They were put on leave. And sure enough we've got to look at the picture, and there they are in the classroom. It looks like with their little ID badges on and there are holding up. It's barely visible in this greenie photo. But I guess it is is news. Now, we know a lot more about it. In. Apparently, it looks like the teachers Jennifer Garcia. We're going to mention her first because she was the first grade teacher of a boy by the name of Gabriel Fernandez does that sound familiar to you out there in the audience. Well, we covered that story. Big time. He was an eight year old boy who was tortured and murdered by his mother this Pearl Cynthia Fernandez and the mother's. Unbelievably monster boyfriend is a Geary back in twenty thirteen what they were celebrating was the fact that Aguirre had just gotten the death penalty. So I guess the is symbolic of an execution like the old days where they do the hanging, right? Yeah. That's that's that's the story. Should they be fired for this? Apparently in this time story, there are people are still offended and do not care. There's nothing you can do about those people because they're not interested in the facts. Well, one of them is Emily Carranza one of Gabriel's cousins. Do not tie that horrible picture with my cousin. That's not how you celebrate someone's conviction that news represents everything. Gabriel went through. 'cause I guess to her it also symbolizes the fact that the boy, I don't think he was they knew when he was twenty. We're happy that the killers the mom and dad, we're being sentenced to death. Earliest the dad was since the dad was mom got life in prison. That's what they were happy about. That's what they were celebrating. There is no other interpretation. There is no hate crime committed. There is not it is not symbolic. There's anything that. I see that. The crime was committed by Gary and the mother, and they did vicious horrible violent unbelievably unspeakable things to that little boy and killed him. They killed him in most vicious brutal violent manner possible. As nothing to do with four teachers, celebrating the death penalty for a monster. Like that. In fact, what's even more important to note in the story because we forgot about this. There's some social workers who are facing charges. Yeah. The social do enough to keep that boy out of stained in that home. They ought to get the death penalty to for this. So so they go after the teacher did any of these people get outraged over what the mother and father did know this day, hold a town hall meeting tonight to address the community's concerns. Are you kidding me? Yeah. We want to ensure these kinds of incidents never happened again. Because you talking about the death of the boy, I hope that's what you're talking about. Here is it's not clear. What are you talking about teachers holding a news teachers holding this is that how you interact yet? Yeah. No. It's not about it's not about the it's not the death of oiling. So it's not about the social workers allowing the boy to be killed now. It's the PPC crimes are worse than murdering little boys. And I think these you don't I think they tried to do something. I think I've I remember the story. There was another boy that was killed two and sometimes them up, but some of the teachers were reporting the views, and again, the social workers just kept bouncing the kid back to the home and not doing enough a judge in the case concluded that the boy's death was foreseeable. And that's why there are charges against the show social workers. So I said, so that's that's the bigger story in the one you should protest. Yeah. You think people be angry with with that mom, instead they're angry over the teachers unbelievable world we live in. Yep. That's what we're in. We got more coming up. John and Ken show KFI..
"realto" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Hey and welcome to the podcast on Josh Clark. There's Charles w took Bryant there's Jerry over there. So this is stuff, you should know the ever expanding law enforcement edition. Yet another. We we. Yeah. I can't remember what? They'll run together now. Yeah. We've done a lot. Yep. Body cameras kinda went to pick this out. But I don't know if there's a whole lot there. But being a little more interesting than I thought to be a lot of their, you know, at least culturally to totally so we're talking body cameras, and they're pretty straightforward at their base. But once you kind of Sirte looking at the cultural baggage associated with them why they're being used. It is pretty mushrooming topic for sure apparently Beck in two thousand five. The Brits started using them. They ransom. Yeah. Because I mean, like the city of London, and I don't think there's a square inch that isn't under surveillance. You know? Yeah, they're pretty technologically forward. I think sure like the per cell phone ever saw was in London. Really? Yeah. Like, Japan and Korea for that kind of stuff. Well, maybe there too. But letting go to either one of those places in the early nineties, I got you. So you're like London's in your head for that. Yes. So. With. I guess the UK in particular once they started using body cameras. They started using them more and more and more. And that's definitely the case that the United States more recently. Apparently, there's a there's a pilot program that really started the whole thing off back in two thousand twelve and a little town called realto, California, which is about fifty miles east of Los Angeles. Yeah. And in real time, I'm not sure what the impetus was but the police chief and criminologist got together and said, let's let's try this. They gave half of the police force body cameras to wear and then switched and gave the other half. I guess the second half of the year throughout all of two thousand twelve. Yeah. There were mainly tracking were two different things incidences of police force and then civilian complaints against officers generally after USA police force. But just complaints period. Yeah. Basically and the results are pretty surprising. I think yeah, they the officers who wore the cameras used force half as often just generally. I would use fifty percent. Get well that fifty percent less force. That's a little misleading. They would use force fifty percent less of the time of the time. Yeah. And then the complaints filed. They said they couldn't really there were so few complaints that can really draw good statistical conclusion, but there was a ninety percent reduction compared with two thousand eleven of complaints. Right. And they found out other stuff to look into the study. And this is just the commentary from the research team. These aren't like backs and figures, but you know, you do a study like this, and then they analyze it. Then they say, well, this is what I think they say that their research shows that people tend to adhere to social norms and change your conduct. Once they're aware that their behavior is being observed and the body worn cameras can be a straightforward pragmatic message. You're being watched videotaped and expected to follow the rules. And apparently this what they call self-awareness effect is a neutral third. I that works on both sides. They said it. Suspects tend to cool down their actions. More and it deters officers from reacting excessively or necessarily with force so cutting works both ways and the final thing. I thought was really interesting was had what they call the spillover effect, which was even officers that weren't using the cameras because they did like you said with half the force at a time. They had fewer incidences of force us, and they speculate that they just think there's a conscious effort than going on to make to improve their behavior. So that the the officers that had the cameras being watched didn't like have an advantage or disadvantage, like the sort of normalized the whole thing. Even if they weren't wearing a camera that part at all I mean, it's a speculation. But it sort of makes sense. Well, so the real to study is really. Often cited because it was the first of its kind in the United States. And because the results were so surprising. And then. So real to the city immediately was like, okay, all officers now have body cameras after the results came in. Yeah. And it just so happened that this took place the study took place. Right before a couple of very high profile police involved deaths. Eric garner and Michael Brown and Michael Brown's death in particular raise the issue of body worn cameras, which is the general term for the kid. The cameras police are wearing because they're in Wilson who shot Michael Brown. The police officer shot him six times. What gave one account of the story and witnesses gave another kind of the story. And so when Michael Brown's death kind of became part of a national conversation, and especially with their Garner's death to which immediately preceded I think like a month before back in two thousand fourteen Eric Garner's death was full on videotaped by a guy who is standing there recording it on a cell phone, and it got out, and it was released to the public. And it started this national conversation about police brutality. And but it also had this other real aspect to it that this conversation might not be happening. Were it not for video documentation of these of Eric Garner's death? So the fact that this is happening at a time right after we all to has had the study people are looking around saying this there's an entire swath these communities. Have had this. What was called a simmering distrust of the police, and they've had it forever. But now all of a sudden the rest of the nation's paying attention to this very important issue. And this these body cameras works so well for this little town, east of Los Angeles. Maybe we should start to institute. Those and all of a sudden the department of Justice search showing out forty three million dollars in grants for local law enforcement to buy body cameras. And there is this idea that good the problem solved. But to a lot of people in at least in part, myself included, it kind of seems like this could just be abandoned is it actually solve anything. Or does. It actually underscore the distrust on both sides like I don't trust that you're not going to file a false report about me being brutal on you. So I'm recording you, and I have to wear this. Because the federal government knows that you don't trust me. And I might be you. You up. Extra to do judiciously. So if if neither side trust one another, and you just have a video camera, observing the whole thing does that actually solve anything or does. It just underscore the distrust. That's that's probably the biggest question to me. They came out of researching this episode. Yeah, I think for me, it's it's not a magic pill by any means. But it's another tool that can help right. But but what I think that the issue to me, then is you can't just overly rely on that one tool. I think it kind of has a tendency to lull people into complacency like, okay, we've got this tool out there. Now, we don't have to worry about the actual underlying issues. Yeah. And we'll get into. I mean, there's a bunch of reasons why it's not a magic pill. We'll get into all those later. But as of right now. It was hard to get twenty seventeen statistics. But I got one from about a year ago that said forty three of the sixty eight major cities. Now, have you know, the what they call the major police forces in the US now use body cameras. However ninety five percent say that they will begin to use them and are taking steps to do. So, but however, they here in this is one of the issues of why it's not a magic pill only three percent of these. And this is a survey only three percent of the officers reported recording seven plus hours per day. And that's in a typical. I think what are they work generally, twelve hours at a time. Yeah. From what I understand. So only three percent of recording seven of those hours forty nine percent recorded less than fifty percent recorded three or fewer hours per day. All right. So. So that's one of the big issues is some departments. Will. I mean in varies from department in locality to locality on what the rules are. Some of them say, right? Well, here's your body camera. But you don't have to use it. Some of them say use it during any. Confrontation with a citizen any call. You have to make some say, well, you got to turn them off when you go into a private residence because as we'll talk about a little later, the ACLU, you know, it's a privacy issue when you're filming people without their consent that could potentially be released, but surprisingly a little bit the ACLU eventually kind of said, no, we would rather have the officers where these even though it's a privacy issue for citizens cry. It's a tricky tricky thing. Oh, man, it is a can of worms like, no other. But we I mean, I think everyone knows what these are. We haven't even said yet these are cameras that police officers wear on their body the ones I've mostly seen. They were sort of on their chest. Yeah. Like where they're CB used to be. Yeah. Some of them though are on the shoulder on the helmet. Or on the collar, but mostly I've seen the one that it kind of actually looks like a little CV, whatever you call it not a CB handle because that's rubber Ducky in the in the truck. What you know? The CB handle is what your name is. Right. Right. And rubber Ducky was from convoy. I think what I think. So the the movie or the song the moot? Well, the songs from them or the improv troupe. Mantha a great. So what the the receiver, but you talk into it the mouthpiece. Okay. I'm just call it the walkie talkie part the walkie talkie part anyways, generally mounted on the chest. And there are many manufacturers that make these now some of them are wild wireless them have high def some of them have one touch activation ultra wide angle because that's one of the issue is why it's not a magic pill like the view that they get if it's not a wide angle is a chest. High view of whatever the officers body is pointed at right, not necessarily what their faces looking at where there is. We're looking it's it's okay. But you know, it's not it's not a solve for everything and all issues. No, it's not because we'll get into later. You know, if something happens off camera that isn't captured like a suspect reaching for gun. And but on-camera all of a sudden the the cops standing there. And then the next thing, you know, he pulls his gun and shoots the guy. You're just like well. Cop. This went berserk. Camera didn't capture that thing. Most of them have time in date stamp. Some of them have the badge number of the cop. Some of them have GPS coordinates, some of them take still photos some stream to remote devices very few of them. Can you actually is like a iphone Rican as a screen that you can watch it? But some of them can hook up to an app to your phone where you can watch it. Yeah. Advanced. I read this article about the one that tasers putting out or is largely about that by it was a motherboard article by Alex Pasternak, and he. Talks about how one of the big concerns is in the addition of facial recognition like computer, facial recognition. Yeah. Because supposedly, I didn't know this half of Americans have their face in a facial recognition database already. So if you're to somebody walking past one of these cameras, and it has Fisher recognition attached to it. It will say, oh, well, they're gonna Josh Clark. He was here on this date at this time that he's wanted for murder. Right. Well, that was part of the point. It's like, well, you know, the the camera can pick it up, and then the database can let you know, go get that guy. He's wanted for murder. But also just a private citizen is you're you're the you're right against unlawful search and seizure being. Violated by that kind of thing. And that is definitely a direction that that. These cameras are starting to go now like facial recognition will soon be the next step as they're deployed further and further it's gonna be like a common feature on them..
"realto" Discussed on KOMO
"Over downtown Seattle. It is still so warm. We're in the mid sixties now at the eleven o'clock hour, a good ten degrees about where we would normally be for an afternoon high. It's because of those easterly Cascadia wins downtown there at about eighteen to twenty. Miles per hour. Look at what that does to the humidity. Drives it way down. It's a real dry warmth out there to humidity. Just at twenty two percent up in the cascade foothills. It's just ripping through those gaps and funneling into the communities below eaten Bill gusting into the mid thirties where you've been seeing gusts to nearly forty miles per hour in northbound and back toward enough claw. So another really windy night in the cascade. Foothills right now satellite and radar picture. All emptied out our temperatures anywhere from the forties. Kind of chilly tonight in Bellingham into Olympia to on up into the low sixty s like around the Long Beach peninsula. So the reason we're seeing such record warmth. The same reason we usually do that one two combo big ridge of high pressure over the top of us and gusty Cascadia offshore wins, the northeasterly wind direction tends to warm us up and dry out. It's usually responsible for our heatwaves. And it definitely took us again this afternoon overnight lows eventually dropping into the thirties and some of the chili pockets in the south sound, but what a beautiful story overnight Tuesday looks just about as warm as it was today with mid seventies and loads essentially yet again. Easily warm enough for some more records to fall around the sound back into the mid seventies. Around L Pacific will also see sunshine in mid seventies in Snohomish county, sixty five around fort Worden back to about seventy tomorrow. So a little bit warmer into Bellingham mid s again around realto beach and seventy four for Castlerock eastern, Washington. Dealing with a lot of melting snow is mainly in the fifties. If not the sixties there in Moses Lake and speaking of melting snow all of a sudden, we're very warm over the cascades mid s across the passes later tomorrow. What about for the first day of spring and the first weekend of spring looks a little bit different than what we're seeing right now all the rest of the forecast coming up. All right. Thanks, shannon. We weren't the only ones out. Enjoy the warm sunny weather today. So were the orcas look at.
"realto" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Comes down to the troubadour here in west LA and. Has a concert then talks about how he fought the blink back and he's a gay to park. But now he doesn't want to what the police trying to get them. And they just he's been very busy. I that's probably working on his next next season of empire. They just can't seem to. He just. Maybe the police could bribe them with the tuna sandwich, by the way, I found out. It was tuna. I found out it was tuna. So the team you were asking Larry you've talked a lot about the jussie smollet case, you talked about your special from the very beginning about how you just don't believe it about how it is unlikely. And all that. But you never talked about the kind of sandwich. He got. So I found out it was a tuna sandwich. Thank you. Larry elder. You kidding me? I've a crack research staff, you you, tell me to go and find out something, and I will find it out. Now, the Chicago PD is you just heard has officially classified small as a suspect. In an ongoing criminal investigation for filing a false. Police report. The police say were very anxious to interview him. We've tried to reach him in just seven have been able to. Yes. And two officials have confirmed that the FBI and the US postal inspection service are investigating gift this weather that letter that he got a week before the alleged attack in which the inward was used. And the powder was found that turned out to be aspirin. Am homophobic term was used. Now. The feds are wondering whether or not Mr. small scintillating himself. And since they didn't have the desired effect. According to reports that the brothers said smaller took another level, then orchestrated this attack in Chicago. But there's more news. Josse smollet pleaded guilty to DUI in providing false information to law enforcement in two thousand seven. He was sentenced to two years probation, and a choice of fine or jail and the two thousand seven cases, according to the LA city spokesperson because the incident happened here in LA. So lie to the police two years probation. And lied about to Trump supporters beating them up and splashing it with some sort of substance might have been bleach and a news and uttered epithets turned out not to be true. So very what's the word. I'm looking for can't find the word found the word pattern is there pattern here. Oh, more CBS to obtain exclusive video of two men linked to the attack buying a red hat and ski masks from a store the day before the assault. Video shows these brothers place in the mask and a on the counter small at claim to men were wearing similar, hats and masks. When he was attacked on January twenty nine. Sources also say the two brothers told the police that help stays the attack. They were paid thirty five hundred dollars to poor chemical on the actor place. A rope is neck while yelling, racist and homophobic slurs. Two sources said they used the write your vehicle to get to the neighborhood were caught on camera appearing nervous. Sources say smaller paid for the rope which was purchased at the crafty beaver hardware store in the ravens would neighborhood week of January twenty five. For say smaller, directed the brothers to obtain the items and that the attack was supposed to happen before January twenty nine. Don't know what happened. Maybe was. To cole. Maybe they were out of tuna sandwich is hard to say anyway that one is kind of gos- gone supernova. Now a. Co host of the view sunny hostile has admitted that she's embarrass disgusted at this hoax. We don't know the truth. And for me, it's a I've interviewed him several times. He's a friend of the show. I tweeted out originally, you know, my prayers for him what is happening in our world. But now, I if this is true, I I'm embarrassed to have believed him to have supported many others. I'm disgusted because I spent my entire career. Okay. Can just make a point here. I'm embarrassed. I'm disgusted. But you're not embarrassed or discussed it if it were true that a bunch of Trump supporting goons are patrolling the streets at night in Chicago. Arm with bleach and a noose seeking to find gay and black Trump bashers to beat up to whitewash with the bleach and into Lynch with the rope. That's okay. But you're embarrassed and disgusted the small was lying. It's preferable that small at not be lying. Guenter out there in Chicago rolling around looking to look into rough up people because they don't like Trump. Trying to protect victims and false reports are generally very lows somewhere between two and ten percent. And so now how difficult it is. It is it going to be for the victim of a sex crime of a hate crime to come forward. It is always very hard for them because they feel that they won't be believe. Okay. You hard. She said false reports are very rare. I told you in the city of reality show here in California. I said it was sixty eight thousand sexy about one hundred thousand twenty twelve they were forced to use body cams and the complaints dipped ninety percent, and it wasn't because the cops behavior behaviorally differently because the civilians behave differently because they knew they were being taped. And therefore they did mild off like they did before they didn't live police officers, and they didn't resist to the degree that they did before. So therefore, the officer didn't have to use a kind of force. They hit us before. Now that same study with replicated in the UK. I study followed five officers in Northern Ireland West Midlands, West Yorkshire, and Cambridge heart Cambridgeshire and followed another one here in this country, and it turned out that complaint plants against the complete against the police fell down an average of ninety three percent all of these jurisdictions. Now. It happened. UK Northern Ireland happened in the Midlands. Happened. Realto happened inventory, California happen to other places in the UK in every single instance complaints against the police fell ninety three percent now why would that be? Here you have this co host on the view saying, oh, these these kinds of folks that are just very very weird. Very how often if people been lying on a police officers. We're really fighting it out now because of the body cams. How often have people been lied.
"realto" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"So I spoke to them both conspiring against you again. I'm sure while they couldn't do much despu me spun day, but they tried obviously. Yeah. Well on the Email the Joe sent me he included a snapshot of a the strip because they use still use those paper strips for flight following and such. So it's kind of cool to see our flight in the information and the root routing and all that stuff. So that's cool upset breaks Joe for doing that. And we definitely will be contacting you and trying to he said make sure you do it though before October because he's retiring after what he say thirty three years. I think since champ. Yes. So looking forward to meeting you in person Joe and getting. I said almost thirty three years. Okay. Yeah. So looking forward to getting together and seeing the facility up. There sounds like a lot of fun and neck. I only have six thousand thirty five days to. That's not many Atto now counting. Yeah. I I'm not counting until that. Abdo McLean, heavenly taste, go. Nick is holding his his phone again. And it says one hundred seven days. Yeah. And an I'm gonna hold up mine and mine's only one thousand seven hundred seventy five days on no did you off with the place. Yeah. We some under two hundred months hundred ninety there you go to I can see the light at the end of the tunnel. Yeah. Forever forever. Nick. I will always think of you every ten look at that. But I don't have seventeen seventeen days to Hawaii. So awesome. Okay. On this trip that I just came back from today. I had a couple of meet ups one kind of a personal meet up an Dana you, and I both got to meet up, Stephen Ivy. You all you're making transiting Steven. Yeah, he had a birthday on Monday. Steve happy birthday, do Stephen happy. Do you to you? All right. Many mo-. So that was cool. And let's see tonight before yesterday. What day was it was Monday the first day of mine three-day trip? I had a meet up with Logan Lynch and his lovely wife in Melbourne. That's in Florida. Not the one down in Australia and doesn't pitch rush. Sent you. It looked a well there's water there and a couple of buildings, but not as many as in the picture that you sent. But. Yeah. But it's still a very lovely place. And so I'm going to tap this button here and hope that we can hear the meet up audio that I recorded. If you're at the Hilton realto, I think it's called Melbourne airport and a little mini meet up. And let's see I'm going to start with my f-. Oh, jason. He is now learning all about the the whole AP thing and the podcast and everything else. And I invited him to join me at this little mini meet up here at the Melbourne Hilton airport. And what do you think? Well, Jeff, I really appreciate you having me on the show. And this is actually one of the first meetings. I've never heard of the show before. But I really appreciate I I really appreciate everything you've doing for the community with the show, and I'll promote anything you need from Sam boy for me, if you ever need anything if you ever need me to say anything about the show, just let me know. Awesome. Now, we've only flown one leg is a great trip. It's a one leg today we flew from Atlanta to here, and we got in early this morning before noon. And so, you know, we still have another couple of days he may change his tune after you flown with me a little bit longer. We'll see and we have Lima Sierra Lima over here has name his actual name is Logan. Lynch. Hey, everyone glad to be here. Just so happen to be down here in Florida same time as captain Jeff so down here from what the tundra of North Dakota right now frozen tunnel. Yeah. We'll go with that. I think when I left North Dakota was a high of negative eleven and snowing, and I think it's snowing again there right now. So quite quite the change down here. So really excited..
"realto" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money
"It is New York and Paris and Beijing and Silicon Valley all rolled into one a center for innovation culture and global trade Venetian merchants were stationed all over the world, collecting, spices and cloth and jewels. Offers but Constantinople another middle ages powerhouse decided to make a move on Venice. It took this really dramatic action and imprisoned a bunch of nation merchants and seized their property Venice had respond. The government of Venice got into a war and it needed to build a fleet of ships in kind of a hurry. So basically taxed all the people in Venice raised money that way, just like an emergency tax like money for these ships guys coughing up. Exactly William gets men is the author of money changes everything he says, this emergency tax, Venice levied was not your typical tax. The government said it would pay people back for this tax. It was basically alone. But not alone loans were actually mostly illegal at the time because of religious Usery laws, so it was kind of a tax loan situation. And the idea was that the Venetian fleet would sail over to Constantinople crush the enemy's get its guys out of there. Get all their seized. Stuff back. Maybe some extra stuff to sail. Home triumphantly with a bunch of booty and pay everybody back. It was a complete disaster. The Venetian fleet got hit with the plague thousands of people died. The mission was cut short and the surviving Venetians came home in defeat only about twenty five percent of the people that went out came back. Oh, actually, the does the head of Venice had gone out on the sex petition. He did come back and he got off the ship. And when the Venetian people saw that he survived, but so many of their family parish. They chased him down the street and executed them. Oh, this was really has serious situation. Then governing council was like, oh, they did not have the money to pay back the tax loan, and the mob was not in a mood to be told. No. So they came up with the plan with they said, well, we're going to pay you every year something like six percent of what you had to come up with. And we're gonna keep doing that. Until. We can pay you back the bond was born or the prestige. Actually that is what they were called prestige. It was kind of like a loan that you'd given the government. But unlike alone where you would get paid back all at once with interest with the prestige, you get paid back little by little in regular payments that you could count on it became really popular so popular at the people started trading them in the famous realto market. The biggest bridge in Venice across the canal is the realto bridge. And if you go over that bridge, which is usually filled with people selling all sorts of things and taking selfies exactly and that square was where the bankers would set up their tables. And so, you know, you squint your eyes, and you can see back eight hundred years Venice realized it had a hit on its hands and a really important hit. It was really a fantastic innovation for governments. Because now governments could instead of just taxing. People in having them to get angry. They could sell them bonds bonds away to raise money that did not make people murderously angry people loved them as a safe investment with payments that you could count on and governments loved them because they could raise money for big ambitious risky projects. The kind of projects that might make people angry if their tax dollars funding them William says in this way, the bond basically unlocked all of this wealth in western Europe, instead of having to very slowly, accrue taxes and save them. And you could get things done quite rapidly. It meant that in some sense cities could punch above their weight in terms of raising armies, but also building things that needed to get built. Spain used bonds to help shipping expeditions to South America..
"realto" Discussed on KQED Radio
"At dot org or going to our website and posting any questions or comments or any thoughts. You have in this conversation. We're having with Sam Weinberg onto the internet kqeDorg slash forum. And we don't want to necessarily inhibit your use of the internet, especially when it comes to the show. You can also join us, of course, by tweeting us our Twitter handle is at forum or going to our Facebook page, and there's a good deal of indictment of your book. Howard zinn version history. I want to get into that. But also the testing industry, let's talk about that. The testing industry hasn't fundamentally changed since we started to quiz kids on the kinds of trivial pursuit questions that appeared on the first test of historical facts in nineteen eighteen and in that particular test, there's a quotation from the author's. Shirley, a great of thirty three on one hundred of the most basic facts of American history is a a statement that no high school can be proud of now. That's the kind of quote that has an endurance across the twentieth century and into the twentieth twenty-first. So as I as I tell my own students who are preparing to be teachers that they can take solace in the fact that they are no more ignorant than their grandparents or their grandparents or maybe not the historians themselves. You find out of a lot of historians. Don't have these kind of facts at the ready. Well, we typically think that historians are are walking encyclopedias who are able to master copious amounts of factual information and about their particular specialty. I think that might be true. But I. I did one of my earliest studies was to give historians whose specialties were in world history or colonization in South America or Japan. The kinds of questions we get to high school students about American history in their chapter review questions and lo and behold, the historians in many cases did worse on these multiple choice questions than high school students were taking an AP course, target with Sam Weinberg who essentially is telling us these tools information or taking controlling us rather than us controlling them. He's professor of education at Stanford author of a book called why learn history parenthetically when it's already on your phone, and it's all there at the radio, isn't it? Well, the the information is there, but our phone cannot teach us discernment, and that's the fundamental educational question. That's before us. How do we, cultivate, discern discernment among the citizenry that at this present moment is very confused. Well, you talk about a pistol -nology across with agency. There's an interesting formula man, edify us a little bit on that. Would you? Well, epistemology is a fancy word that philosophers use for establishing knowledge claims, how do we know that we know? And traditionally in in school, we knew what we knew because the textbook told us, but we are in an age where the minute kids get out of school or the minute. We go on the internet. It's not a textbook telling us that's what Google produces. And so the question how do we know we know has to have deeper and more stable foundations than simply the taxed or the I found it on the internet. That's what to go back to my earlier comment. That's what got the woman who wrote the textbook in Virginia. In trouble. The internet told me the it tells you all kinds of things you use. It example in Australia of holocaust denial. The internet tells you which sometimes creeps into life and all sorts of strange way is also an interesting example in realto, California. Can you talk about that in California in two thousand fourteen a group of middle school teachers who were responding to an educational reform known as the common core, which is supposedly trying to, cultivate, these kinds of intellectual capabilities the ability to deal with multiple conflicting interpretations, they wanted to give their students documents about a historical controversy, and they focused on the holocaust. And the question that they put before seventh and eighth graders. Was was the holocaust a hoax, and they found documents on the internet, and one of the documents was a holocaust denial document from a group called bible, believers dot org from Australia. The claims that the dire ran Frank as a forgery that the pictures that we. See the horrific pictures, we see of corpses lined up in the concentration camps were not actually of of murder Jews gypsies, but actually of German soldiers, and and when the reporter from the the newspaper in San Bernardino, his name is Bo Yarbrough, he won an award for the story when he contacted the school district and said, we're they're young people who actually wrote essays middle school students who wrote essays denying the holocaust the school district said, no, no, it was just an exercise and through California's version of the freedom of information act. He obtained the essays and lo and behold whole groups of seventh and eighth graders. Were turned into holocaust deniers writing essays about why the holocaust was a hoax based on information that these teachers, and I think it was really I don't think I don't impute prejudice or bigotry to the teachers. I think that they were confused, and they were taken in by document that had all of the all of the trappings of scholarship, but they thought that the document was a legitimate. Oracle document, and they put it in the hands of middle school students. So there is a responsibility here to question and also to source things, and and do that with every single product of this necessary to do that. But he talking about teachers who themselves are misinformed in her relying on digital information. Well, I I don't want to indict teachers, Michael, I think that education. Professor, we're in a state where really all of us are confused and research that we did that's also in the book talks about academics who taken outside of their particular specialty in academics in the amenities asked to review internet sources about adolescent bullying. We're also taken in by a group called the American college of pediatricians which on the face of it on their website. It's dot org. It's a five. Oh, one C three it has all of the appearance of being legitimate. But they were taken a n by it. And actually this group is a is a rabidly anti gay group. That's been labeled a hate group by the southern poverty Law Center. And so this is this is a situation we all find ourselves in we Google something. Something comes up in our search results, it comp- at conforms to what we think an authoritative source looks like, and we believe it talking to Sam Weinberg has. Book is why learn history when it's already on your phone, and he's professor of education at Stanford. Let's hear from some of our callers, I asked a question before how do you make sense of all the information coming at you? And have you changed how you consume information in recent years in? Let's go first to you grant, good morning, you're on the air. Good morning. Appreciate the conversation. I feel like I'm pretty good at discerning truth. I I'm a research buff. However, I have three children. My oldest one is seven years old. How what is the best way to combat misinformation? I feel like now I need to be the parrot. When other kids come over. They see a bunch of books on a bunch of bookshelves because I feel like books are disappearing. People are getting their information. I mean, what is the best way the the young carrot in the bay area who works sixty hours a week to afford the mortgage away too. I can combat that. So that my kids get good information as they grow older. You know, I always think of that the paradigm, which we were rating and. This concerns me grab concerns a lot of people, and I'm thankful to you for your questions. Remember some wisdom from you on this. The the best vice I can give you grant is is what we learned from actually watching fat. Professional fact checkers as they evaluated information on the internet. And what they did is something very different from a comparison group of for instance, Stanford undergraduates, what fact checkers did was they did not let their eyes deceive them when they came to a website that they were unfamiliar with that they had never heard of before that looked official that had dot org. That had all of the kinds of thorough Tatum signals that would seem to point to it being a reliable source. They did what we call lateral reading. They left the site rather than investing far too much time in going to the about page or the things, for instance, that web.
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