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Fresh update on "reporter" discussed on Michael Wallace and Steve Scott
"You're never more than 15 minutes from the big stories on WCBS. Good afternoon. I'm Lynda Lopez. Three things to know. At 5 15 1 President Trump claims there will be enough doses of a covert 19 vaccine for every American by April, 2021. To the CDC has reversed its controversial Corona virus testing guidance from last month. That said, You don't need to get tested. If you came in close contact with someone who's infected. They say Don't get he had said Don't get tested. If you're not showing symptoms, they're now saying you should get tested. And three A Long Island state senator wants Mohr training for real estate agents to make sure they're being fair toe all clients. WCBS reporter Sophia Hall has that story. State Senator Anna Kaplan's bill comes after an extensive investigation by Newsday showing some real estate agents on Ly Shou minority House buyers certain homes in certain areas. Than what they were doing, and then they get of impact that they were having on people right now. Real estate agents required 22 hours of training. Kaplan's Ville would add another two hours for implicit bias as the two hours must be dedicated..
New York City golf course caretaker dies trying to protect grounds
"This morning are searching for a group of teens on bikes who sped away after pushing a queen's golf course groundskeeper. To the ground. The caretaker later died in 10 10 wins reporter Glenn Chuck has more live from Woodhaven this morning, Glenn And Bridget. This happened back on the September the eighth at Forest Park Golf Course where I am this morning 79 year old caretaker, William Hench. He's worked here for years, and he saw these canes riding bikes, trying to steal a flag from near the 15th grain that when he confronted them, one of the teams got off their bike and pushed Hinchey to the ground. He broke his hip and they had to be taken to Jamaica Hospital when he was being treated. His condition actually worsened on September 11th three days later last Friday. He died. Utopia Parkway. Where did she live? This is a neighbor named Bon. It's a terrible thing is so much going on that everybody is going through so much trauma that that's just another thing happening. That shouldn't have There are several reports out now this morning that hint she actually had some medical issues and recently had had a heart procedure, so an autopsy is being performed to determine the cause of his death. We should learn the results today as police are still trying to track down those teams that were involved. Definitely want to talk to him.
Fresh "Reporter" from Eddie and Rocky
"To be cool tonight. Well, I guess it depends on your demeanor, but 44 for the low Tomorrow Sunny and nice 68 for the high in fact right through Monday Sunny, sunny, Sunny 68 tomorrow 71 on Sunday. And 73 on Monday weren't 70 right now with the tristate severe weather station news radio 700 wlw here before you get underneath those sheets. Think about this flaming use normal people who don't dream generally have personality disorders. I bet my boss has never had a dream in his life. Then there is the best thing about sleeping, waking up with Mike McConnell, Grab your coffee and wake up with me for the latest news, weather traffic sports. A couple of laughs Blessed by Mike McConnell Charisma Mike McConnell Monday morning at five on 700 wlw Tonight and tomorrow Night our 2020 I Heart Radio Music Festival is coming to you Don't Cain Brown with special guest Khalid and Sway. Leave Miley Cyrus Thomas Rhett and surprises only. I Hard radio free tonight and tomorrow starting at nine. Listen on my heart Radio and watch on the CW. This reporter is sponsored by fresh time market. It's no surprise that healthy living begins with what we eat. Stop by fresh time market for premium black Angus beef T Bone steaks 6 £99.
New York City Postpones Start Of School Year For Most Students Once Again
"Is ongoing. Once again, Mayor de Blasio postpones the start of in classroom learning for most New York City public school students. We get details from WCBS reporter Rich Land, three K pre K and special needs. Students are the only ones starting in school instruction this Monday. Kindergarten through fifth grades are delayed until the 29th and middle schools and high schools will start on October 1st. After weeks of complaints that there were too few teachers, labor leaders convinced the mayor to beef up the number of extra teachers that will be needed. So I'm announcing today, in addition to the 2000 educators that we announced several days ago I'm gonna add 2500 more and the unions make it clear The numbers will go up even further when it comes to middle and high schools, Teachers union President Michael Mole group because we have a promise a promise to every parent to every teacher to every guidance counselor. Every student that walks into our buildings that we are doing what needs to be done. To make sure that you have your education. But it is also safe, and the mayor ducked when asked whether he could guarantee that there
Fresh "Reporter" from All Things Considered
"The mayor in the Department of Education pulled this off. You know, this is the guy who created pre K but This school years got a lot of moving parts and things will inevitably go wrong. And the city get those extra. Safir's in place and stand up a testing trace program fix all the broken ventilation system. You know, it's a lot and I want to see to what extent to Blasio owns. The problem's not just You know, explains away what is happening politically, there's also going to be a lot going on. We see the campaign for 2021 getting underway and that will also help shape some of the legacy of this administration. So we'll be watching a lot in the coming weeks. Something in my sea City hall and politics reporter Bridget Bergen, Bridget. Thank you so much Happy Friday to you happy Friday to you. W.
India’s economy heads for double-digit decline as virus spikes
"Going on in India. Shall we? Jews facing really bleak economic outlook. A submerged, of course, is the new epicenter for the Corona virus, economist and global institutions, cutting the nation's growth estimates to historic lows, miss projecting a double digit decline. Digit decline. I should say economy policy reporters and about naggy joins us Now, of course, could we put all these downgrades done to the patient's nous? Off the pathogen there in India. Absolutely rigid seems to be a rusted downgrade growth prospects of the people people coordinated contraction of nearly 24% in the print June period, and as you said the recent surge in virus cases Other eyes past five million cases and virus cases and localized love down means India will take longer to recover from that contract Shin and while some of the recent data from P. M Ise to gather Li Fai's points for stabilization and activity The central bank. Dodo warned this week that the recovery will be gradually more virus person. So what That means for an economy with just grew up that always percent in the past the three years ago is that it's not staring at the deepest economic contract shin and in history, but in millions of jobs at risk. Not just our billions of investments are being put off as companies and businesses brave for huge losses and both demand on profitability. They're not sell double digit historic contraction is more likely than not for Asia third largest economy.
Fresh update on "reporter" discussed on Reset with Jenn White
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Nashville accused of hiding low number of COVID-19 cases linked to bars and eateries
"Cases on lower Broadway and they had been so low. The mayor's office and the Metro Health Department decided to keep its secret emails between the mayor's senior advisor of the Health department reveal only a partial picture, but what they reveal is disturbing. The discussion involves the low number of Corona virus cases emerging from bars and restaurants and howto handle that, and, most disturbingly, how to keep it from the public on June 3rd. We have contact racing was given a small view of growing virus clusters, construction and nursing homes were found to be causing problems with more than 1000 cases traced each category But bars and restaurants reported just 22 cases. Leslie Waller from the Health Department asks. This isn't going to be publicly released right? Just info from Mayor's office. Correct not for public consumption right Senior advisor Benjamin Eagles a month later, the health Department was asked point blank about the rumor. They're only 80 cases traced to bars and restaurants. A Tennessee lookout reporter Nate Row, asked. The figure you gave more than 80 does lead to a natural question. If there have been over 20,000 positive cases of Copan, 19 and Davidson and only 80, or so are traced to restaurants and bars. Doesn't that mean restaurants and bars aren't a very big problem? Health Department official Brian Todd asked five Health Department officials. Please advise how you recommend. I respond and the name of the top of the responses clipped off. But you may find the answer unacceptable. Quote.
Fresh update on "reporter" discussed on Michael Wallace and Steve Scott
"On board. What is the likelihood of getting a bill passed? Likelihoods getting better at tress Laura Benanti is fearful about the future. We're asking, Please feed our bodies so that we can feed your souls because we needed probably generated $15 billion in economic activity last year. In times Square. Peter Haskell you city as news radio DD come to New York City. Stay and play. That's the play leave to try state residents from New York City's tourism agency. Marla Diamond has this. The promotion is aimed at eight million New Yorkers and the 20 million living within a short distance of the city, says Nice and companies, Christopher Heywood. I think the best way New Yorkers can help is to support small businesses. Reporter iconic institutions as well spend money, dine out and get the economy going. Hundreds of businesses are participating in the all in N Y. C. Neighborhood getaways promotion, and it's going to be a month long effort to really encourage New Yorkers in the tri state area to get out and explore the five boroughs and take advantage of some great savings. Hotels are slowly beginning to reopen, and most restaurants are offering outdoor dining, but it will be a long road back. Tourism is a major driver.
Ex-Pence adviser says Trump bungled virus; she's for Biden
"A campaign rally tonight. Before he left, he talked to reporters about comments from a former top aide to vice president Pence Olivia Troy, who served as Pence's homeland security advisor, says the president didn't take over 19 seriously. I don't know her. She works for the vice president. He was on the task force is some kind of a lower level person. I have no idea what she is Joy who appears in an ad with the Republicans, who plan to vote for Joe Biden, the Democratic nominee, taking part this hour in the
Some Civilian Oversight Commission Members Call On Los Angeles County Sheriff Villanueva To Resign
"Divide between L. A county Sheriff Alex Villanueva and the civilian oversight Commission may not be able to be repaired after two members called for his resignation today. Meanwhile, Meanwhile, the the sheriff sheriff may may face face a a lawsuit lawsuit from from the the county county alleging alleging his his deputies deputies violated violated the the First First Amendment Amendment rights rights of of an an L. L. A A news news reporter. reporter. Oversight Oversight commissioners commissioners did did vote vote unanimously unanimously for for L. A County Council to review what laws govern Sheriff's deputies and the media and protesters in public areas requesting county Council come back. Within 30 days with what is constitutional that the sheriff can do. L. A county's inspector general, also investigating the department for the arrest of a local radio reporter Saturday night covering a protest. The sheriff has said that she was not properly credentialed that she interfered with a deputy making an arrest in 1 48, obstructing a peace officer specifically provide the recording video of a peace officer is not obstruction. Inspector General Max Huntsman says he's made requests for information of the County sheriff, but that the department is not cooperating. Craig figure Can X 10 70 NewsRadio, A
As U.S. TikTok Ban Nears, Here's What We Know About a Deal
"TIKTOK could soon have a US media partner Bite dance the Chinese company that owns tick. Tock has chosen the American Tech Company. Oracle for the role. The move comes after the trump administration signed two executive orders aimed at forcing bite dance to sell Celtic tops US business over what the President says our national security concerns but the deal isn't done yet. It's still needs to be reviewed by the US government. Here's a president trump had to say yesterday no, I'm not prepared to sign off on anything I have to see the deal we need security especially after what we've seen with respect to China and what's going on we want security so I'll let you know. Cristiano Lima is the technology reporter at Politico and he talked to me earlier this week about what we need to know about the deal and its implications for user privacy. But I, I asked him to explain exactly what Oracle does their a one of the biggest tech companies out there. But certainly under the radar particularly in Washington. So they do a lot of cloud computing services they provide supply chain tools, data management certainly. Not, the things that most people associate with tact when they think of facebook social media companies, but definitely a major power player in the industry that provides a lot of indispensable services for lots of businesses. So they're not really a front facing technology company that we think about when we think about like what tech companies we know off the top of our heads, why would oracle be interested in buying or partnering Tiktok? That's what makes this such an interesting move for them. of tech companies that we've seen come under intense scrutiny in Washington has been the public facing ones that the facebooks the Google's the twitter's of the world, and this would be oracle really stepping into a potentially a lot of that scrutiny by taking a potential stake, a partnership bowl in Tiktok, which has faced its own political headwinds in Washington, not only on these national security issues that are getting so much attention now, but also along the lines of. Privacy and content moderation issues but it is a company that has seen its user base really expand this urine twenty twenty with a lot of people staying at home on their APPs rolling through the popular videos, and so it's certainly was a very appetizing company for a lot of its suitors were pursuing the company and it's a chance for Oracle to release order to step up its its profile.
As Second Wave of Virus Builds, U.K. Enters New Testing Crisis
"It's imperative that people who fear they have covered symptoms are able to be checked as quickly as possible. In the absence of a vaccine. That's the only effective way to stop infections spreading the prime minister says that schools shouldn't send whole classes or people bubbles home and said child has had a positive test but tower enough come this work. If there's nowhere for them to be tested, it's a shambles. The principal cause of this mess is, of course, organizational and administrative failure by the government on those tasked with delivering the system. But what's not helping either is the lack of clear consistent messaging from ministers. The prospect of a second national lockdown, which must be avoided if possible was being quashed today by ministers but if London and the country as a whole is to overcome the current spike and infections. Prevent further restrictions the government from the prime minister down must end the testing chaos and get a grip of its message to. A reporter Rachel Buffet spent the last couple of days researching this and she's with me now, Rachel. You tried them all every borough in the city. What happened say yesterday we spent about five hours. Trying to book a test everywhere in London. Using, residential postcard for each. And there was none available anywhere. We went. He'd be redirected yesterday to tests outside of London. It was simply not debatable check back later. Still. Not Test available. At again, this morning as well. Yeah. Again, this morning that was. Sort of eighteen available for a walk in center in Kensington. But again, when we tried to book that that was it the slots for booking she came up and this really is just exposing how difficult this crisis is particularly as we have a situation where you know the prime minister has said. CHILDREN SHOULDN'T! Be! Taken off out school Unless their entire bubble is a task but now parents get a test you spoke to apparent in to what kind of trouble will they heaven? Yes. But I quasi parents A couple of in story know they had to go huge round trip is three hours to EPSOM. Paradise boats you had today at just to get a test and they were you know saying alarms midnight waking up refreshing the government page days. Together, test others we spoke to would actually just. Pay For private tests which cost over one hundred pounds just so they can get their kids but to school and they don't have to sell vice sleep two weeks and I think the thing is as well. You know kids especially young kids they get a little time and you know the constantly got colds and coughs and things like that So love tests you know people have that tested negative, but they can't risk it and they have stated time of work on. which has a huge impact on incomes well, for low people this just it's just a huge disparity across the UK as well. So you know we try to protests in Scotland putting in Scottish codes on his ones available immediately go get one in half an hour until of Aberdeen Dundee. That's all fine. But trying to get one in London is just impossible and is there anything being done about it? I hear them might be a new rationing system in place yes and that`ll Be Announced today that there's going to be rationing system where he workers teaches HSA workers camera because. They will get priority protests which can only be a good thing but. There are so many key wikus, huge amounts, people, h HFS and teaching schools, and there are so many patients covid while Kiwi status the the still going to be a huge number of people needing tests all the time. especially. Love Them. We'll have children who come home be on Ben their whole house openly tests. I mean, hopefully it will help but. Donate. So what was the health saying about? All this Donald tells the saying you know they're adding tests all the time they go team hundred, thousand tests day. But when he speak to actual people. There's no one I spoke to. The said Yep was able to just go and get a test. It was so easy in the last two weeks I mean full children stopped back at school. Yes. It was easy to get test but now the children's died back at school it's just very, very difficult especially in the
Trump says CDC director "made a mistake" on vaccine timeline
"President Trump says the CDC director made a mistake when talking about a timeline for a Corona virus vaccine. Jim told reporters Robert Redfield put out incorrect information when he told a congressional hearing Wednesday the vaccine probably wouldn't happen until the middle of next year. The president has insisted a vaccine would be ready very soon. No word from Redfield on what he understood and didn't
New York City Mom Says Hackers Streamed Porn on First Day of Child's Online Class
"Her her sixth sixth grader grader got got an an unintentional unintentional sex sex education class on day one of remote learning in city schools. With that, and the latest on in school learning beginning on Monday, here's 10 10 wins reporter Glenn Schuck. When a school system of more than a million kids you would expect that there will be some issues with remote learning in the Internet connections. But in Brooklyn, this mom Devon Morale is telling CBS to when her daughter was online. All a sudden, hardcore porn showed up Instead, I felt attacked for my child. I felt like wait. Somebody had just sexually attacked us. We also spoke with this mom named Jessica, who has a son learning remotely. Or at least trying when they couldn't connect. She called the D A. We. They told her to call T Mobile, who told her to call Delia Week. They just seem not to be ableto work today, and nobody at the school could figure it out and the Boots that they adjust for you to use or not viable as the demonstrations continue. I'm here in West Side High School 102nd Street this morning, we're parents and teachers will rally. For safe schools. Glen
How the North Bay Became 'Wine Country'
"To answer Michael's question about when wine country got start and how it became. So popular, we brought in reporter Christopher Beale Hey Christopher Hay alluvia. So let's start with when wine grapes were first planted in the North Bay. When was that all the way back in eighteen twenty three the Spanish created a mission in Sonoma's. It's the first place where grapes were intentionally planted in wine country but the wine made from these grapes was Sacramento Kinda like alcoholic. Grape juice used in church, not what we would recognize as wine, and then in eighteen thirty s some of the early European settlers in the NAPA sonoma valleys would have grown some basic wine grapes as well. Now, when does the wine country that we think of today start to take shape for the sake of the story let's start in eighteen forty California is ten years from entering the Union and this guy named Charles Krug arrives in San Francisco. Crew was a German after the revolutions of eighteen, forty eight in Europe the comes into San Francisco. It was the editor of a German language newspaper in San Francisco. That's Jim Lapsley he managed agricultural continuing education at UC Davis for more than thirty years with focus on wine-making. Now, after a few years in San Francisco Charles Krug gets married and ended up as a dowry getting quite a bit of land. This is the area just North of Santa Lena where the Charles Krug winery is located considered. It'd be the first commercial winery in Napa Valley. The wine country story is really one about marketing and innovation, and this Guy Charles crew gets credit for a lot of the early innovation and wine country including being the first to use a cider press, which is kind of like a slotted barrel to press wine grapes before that grapes were generally crushed by people's feet. When California entered the union, it was a place where we could grow grapes because the climate was quite similar to the southern Mediterranean. It was dry during the summer it had wet winters and differ grew very well here in California. For, is a species of grapevine. It's used to make wine after the early success of pioneers like Cruyff people began to plant grapes and produce more wind and the NAPA and sonoma valleys. But this was still considered low quality table wine and it continued to represent only a fraction of the US market mainly because it was still cheaper for east coast consumers to import wine. From Europe by boat, then from California by train. But that all changed in eighteen, seventy five, the US government stepped in and increase the tax on imported European wines to twenty cents a gallon which leveled the financial playing field for California's wine producers, and as a result, the wines dig it imported from Europe can be much more expensive wines and oak wine that was everyday drinking. That became the from California. Now. It wasn't a linear march from this moment today. The wind industry suffered a few major setbacks over the years but one way or another managed to survive them. Here's a few of the important ones I wine country was almost destroyed by bugs in the eighteen seventies. This is a microscopic bug that eats the roots of wine grapes. It's related to an eighth fit in it's called. PHILOXENIA. And when it arrived in wine country, it destroyed the vineyards to kill the vineyards and the only way could really come up with a solution was to plant on grafted vines the bottom, the rootstock would be a native variety and then on top graft with Vida's Benifica.
A Million Mortgage Borrowers Fall Through Safety Net
"Early on in the pandemic Congress set up a program to protect homeowners with mortgages from losing their homes. But about a million borrowers have fallen through the safety net missed payments and late fees or putting them at greater risk, and that's further heightening fears of an eviction and foreclosure crisis with more on why so many borrowers have fallen behind on their mortgages despite this relief program, we're joined by our reporter Andrew Ackerman Andrew. Thanks for joining us. Hi, Charlie. Thanks for having me Andrew. I, tell us how this program known as forbearance works. It's unique to this crisis forbearance in the past has been used very narrowly for hurricanes or very regional Zaslov this time it's being used to keep as many people nationally in their homes as possible who are harmed rather virus and it just means you can skip up to a year of payments on your mortgage. And then make them up later. Somehow there's a little bit of a complication because it it applies to all federally guaranteed loans which are most of the market Fannie Freddie or fha backed loans. There is a market for private loans or loans aren't backed by the federal government, and some of those lenders are offering forbearance and others aren't, but for most of the market people can get this. Okay. So when we talk about one million homeowners falling through the cracks, what exactly does that mean that means is that there are a million people who have for whatever reason stopped paying their mortgage their at least thirty days behind or delinquent, and they are not in a forbearance plan. This includes both borrowers with Fannie and Freddie loan as well as people who have a private loan alone from a portfolio loan with a bank or something you know securitise in the private markets will don't. They know about the forbearance program are they scared to participate what exactly is going on here? That's a good question and I think the data's kind of murky but the from talking to lenders, some consumers, some counselors, the picture that we have is that a lot of people don't understand what forbearance means so they don't. Really know what their options are. The other thing is that early on especially early on and still somewhat today the messaging from the lenders was you can take a forbearance, but you're GONNA have to pay all of your mis- payments in one lump sum at the end of the forbearance, and that's really scared people that the scripts that the mortgage companies go through with people on the phone have changed significantly and there's a lot more outreach and education efforts that some of the lenders are trying the consumer groups in some lenders. Say It doesn't go far enough. They'd like better marketing but those are the two factors. There's uncertainty or it's an unknown thing and there's this fear that people have to pay everything back at once and that's just not feasible for most people. Why don't you describe for us the process of trying to obtain forbearance how hard is it? It shouldn't be that hard. There's no documentation requirements. You Literally Call Your Service and you say you can't pay and you WANNA forbearance and they're supposed to the the law, the a rescue bill from March called Cares Act. It says that people are entitled to up to a year. It's says six months that can be renewed for another six months. You have to ask for it. A lot of the lenders have been offering customers short of six months at a time they've been doing three-month for. That can be extended another three months and then twice more beyond the initial six months. Just kind of depends on the lenders it's supposed to be really easy to get. It's still confusing even the we've talked to people who got the forbearance and they were also getting letters from their lender saying that they were at risk of foreclosure because they've missed all these payments and so you get these contradictory messages from your from your lender those lenders are saying hey. Just ignore these letters these contradictory letters we were required, send them by state or federal law, and just know that you've got a forbearance but we still talk to people who said that kept them up at night. Well, I was wondering, for instance, people were jumping through hoops trying to find information about forbearance on the telephone well that he has also been a significant issue if. You talk to counselors and some of the consumers we talked to they would say that I mean they describe this kind of bureaucratic nightmare to be honest everything has happened kind of quickly if you talk to the lenders, they say they're moving to kind of implement this forbearance plan on a scale that's never been envisioned for forbearance before. So they're hiring people to take calls their. End Result is at least initially, the times were significant. People were waiting a long time to get someone on the phone when they did get people on the phone calls might be dropped or they'd be sent to voicemail at the servicer and then they wouldn't hear back. So you have to kind of call the main number again, unfortunately, a lot of the servicers that the way. They're set up you can't just call one representative at the servicer. So you just of are dealing with somebody different every time they're following a script. So what they can say can be kind of very tightly controlled, and if it's with jargon people who aren't very skater even people who are sophisticated and don't know a lot about the mortgage market, you know it can be. It can be very confusing. These terms are not it's not intuitive. Are there a significant number of borrowers who've been in forbearance but of defaulted? Anyway that's the peculiar thing. There are significant numbers are what I would I think it's fair characterizes significant. There's about two hundred, fifty thousand people who were in forbearance at one point since the pandemic there now, no longer in forbearance and. They. are still past due on their loan and it begs the question. We don't know why that's the case. I haven't been able to find someone situated like that. But that's what the data shows and we we talked to people who had experience during the last crisis in two thousand eight and there were always people who just the lenders couldn't reach out to you know they. Knew, they were behind, they thought they were in trouble, and so they docked there servicer at every turn and it's speculative. But people think that that's that's this population kind of fits into that camp and so there are some efforts to reach out to those people. I would also say that two hundred fifty thousand is relatively small. There's fifty three million mortgages in this country Million people have been on forbearance at some point since the crisis started were down, it's under four million. Now, most of the people who've exited forbearance are either performing on their mortgage or they have paid off their loan. So it's an alarming number. It's relatively small and the whole universe and the whole mortgage universe. But there is also a concern that as people kinda hit the six month period who still need help that the number would increase because they won't know they actually have to request the extension, the additional six months. What are the next steps to watch for in this forbearance program? What's on the horizon forbearance figures overall spiked In April, May I believe June and they've steadily declined since the summer or late summer and what will be interesting to watch whether or not that trend continues or you see more people who need help, and probably if you see that, you'll see more people kind of falling through the cracks here where they don't know how to get help that sort of based on macroeconomic trends. Major companies are laying people off tens of thousands of people, and that's I think the Big Question Mark Wall Street Journal reporter Andrew, Ackerman. Thanks a lot Andrew. Hey. Thanks for your
President Von Der Leyen's State of the Union Address: Charting the Course Out of the Coronavirus
"People want to move out of this corona world out of this fragility out of uncertainty they're ready for change and they're ready to move on earth. Lafond Lines tweet ahead of her first State of the Union address was full of Vim, vigor and dynamism. Her focus is one of recovery being achieved through making the E U Carbon-neutral. She said the e you should set a target to cut greenhouse gas emissions by at least fifty, five percent by twenty thirty that's up from a current target of forty percent. But how much will all twenty seven member states agree with her well to tell us more joined on the line from Brussels by Kalina or Russia. Cough is the international climate politics reporter for politico. Everyone. Welcome to the program clinic. Good to have you. Thank you very much good morning in Brussels. This was a hugely important first speech for US love underline wasn't it? Yes. Indeed I mean festival as he said, it's her first one and then secondly, of course comes at a time when I'm pretty much everything has changed the thing. Kobe. Pretty much over through all of the original plants she had her commissioned head. which was also, it's been interesting to see how she would frame some of the main policy priorities. In her speech yesterday. And the way she framed him was very much from an environmental perspective wasn't it? Exactly, I think one of the interesting aspects of today's speech was that she very much emphasized to green course that the European Commission once the you to go and you may know in December she had announced to flagship programme of the European Green deal that's meant to make the. Climate neutral. So slash greenhouse gas emissions to zero, but twenty fifty and she very much again doubled down on that message yesterday saying that pursuing that course an even strengthening efforts to cut emissions will very much help the US 'em attempts to come out of the pandemic economic fallout as well as become more, and that's a new word more resilience and two whether future crises. How does she intend to fuse the two ideas namely of recovery from covert economically and to ensure that the European. Union is carbon neutral twenty-fifty. The message that she and her and her commission pursuant very many other players as well. I mean essentially is that. It doesn't cost the economy to. Do More on the environment to do more discussion missions but actually it will help and promote economic growth in jobs, and so that's very much how both these programs so being married and I think initially and Kovic. Starting the pandemic really having an economic effect was there was quite a big, quite a lot of concern that it would undermine the US green agenda but rather to the country as seniors become a growing realization that going green. is going to be good for the economy and that's a very much a message shows us on the line push yesterday, and then on the other hand I think it's also become much more. Evident. That climate change impacts will hurt you economically I mean yesterday she gave a number of speeches. We see glaciers melting they're more and. More, destructive droughts across Europe and more and more people feel the impact and I think. That comes with a cost and so there's more of a waning to the fact that S- and the climate change is an economic impact not just then. Potentially social or environmental
Trump confirms another White House staffer tested positive for COVID-19
"There had been rumblings this morning that someone at the White House had tested positive for corona virus and the chief of staff and the press secretary refused to answer that question from reporters. Today but then the president confirmed that yes, a staffer has tested positive and he said staffers but then Kaley mcenaney was seated there in the briefing room she weighed in and said, it was one staffer who tested positive last night at the event I'm assuming that means the president's townhall. He did that was the only event on his schedule in Philadelphia last night. But they didn't offer any more clarity than that. They keep saying they want to protect people's personal information to say the person's name. But the question is, of course, who were they around? What was their interactions with people? They did say they did not interact with the president or with the press, but Aaron then is really all the clarity we've got right now. But it does go to show someone else's tested positive as the White House and the trump campaign has been holding his events with very few mask and very little social distancing as well.
Trump disputes CDC head's vaccine timeline and mask claims
"We're standing by for president trump to take reporter's questions and a White House briefing that's about to begin it follows the president's townhall last night in which he once again downplayed the importance of mass and prevent the spread of the coronavirus today the head of the CDC. Said mass may offer people even more protection than a potential vaccine all that coming up and let's start with the coronavirus pandemic right now. Nick is Los Angeles for US Nick, relearning more and more about plans when a vaccine and we hope it'll be soon becomes available. That's right. Wolf the White House goal anyway to twenty four hours of the green light from the FDA they hope to begin distributing doses to vaccine locations now. States have been told to be ready for that as early as November, but there are still so many questions remaining just one of them, but it's a big one will enough Americans trust this vaccine will enough. Americans. Will enough. Americans take this vaccine for it to really make a difference. Limited targeted supply of vaccine might be available before the end of the year but in enough arms to really make a difference I think we're probably looking at third. Late second quarter third quarter. Twenty twenty one and there still could be plenty pitfalls in this process AstraZeneca recently, polls trials. Again, after an illness in a volunteer CNN has now obtained an internal company documents detailing that after a second dose, a previously healthy woman in her thirties was diagnosed with transverse my lightest rare neurological disorder the company had claimed that diagnosis was never confirmed. Absolutely critical that. The American public have complete transparency is about the these clinical trials if and when we get a vaccine in terms of a principal in an aspiration, it'll be that no American has to pay a single dime out of pocket to get a vaccine. Listen to this I might even go so far as to say that this mask is more guaranteed to protect me against Cova. Then, when I take a Cova vaccine if I don't get an immune response to vaccines, not going to protect me this facemask will the latest national numbers we have for just yesterday aren't great nearly forty, thousand new cases. One, thousand, two, hundred, ninety, three lives lost the most in a month one wedding in Maine now linked to at least one, hundred, seventy, six cases, and the deaths of seven people who didn't even attend the event. These are all individuals who got cova from somebody who was at the wedding or somebody who got it from somebody else at the wedding fifty thousand cases and counting on college campuses at least five colleges that opened. In. person have moved to online only as cases manned. That's wrong. Says the President's adviser Dr Scott Atlas in New York Post op ED universities should stay open even when they see an increase in cases, signs tells us that young adults are at extremely low risk for serious illness or death from covid nineteen CDC data does show of the more than one hundred, ninety, six, thousand Americans killed by Covid three, hundred, ninety-seven were under age twenty five but the jury is still out on how they act as vectors for this virus. Still the big ten will now after pressure from the president and others play football this full but no fans in the stands. And, we'll more evidence that the black and Brown community is still being hit the hardest by this virus. Now, hospitalizations rates among the latter next population in this country, more than four times, the white population and that according to Dr. Anthony Fauci, today he called that extraordinary and
Mayor De Blasio To Furlough Himself And His New York Staff For Week To Combat Budget Crisis
"Even a projected $9 billion budget gap. Mayor De Blasio's is starting next month, he and his near 500 members, City Hall staff will take one week unpaid furloughs. WCBS reporter Rich Lamb has details. Mayor de Blasio announced that everyone in his office, including himself, will be losing a week's pay. Mayor will continue to work. But the staff coming in on differing schedules will stagger their unpaid days through March. This is a step you never want to see for good, hard working people of the folks who work here. Throughout this crisis. They have not been working 35 or 40 hour weeks. They've been working 80 hour weeks. 90 hour weeks, 100 hour weeks, The furloughs will save. $860,000, a mayor's spokesman said. City Hall is sending a message to all city workers. About how seriously it takes the fiscal circumstances. When a reporter asked the mayor, why not do a 1% increase in property taxes that would raise $750 million instead? Don't believe a property tax increases the right thing and I won't do it. I just won't do it probably tax increase That's off the table, period, and de Blasio added, The last thing we're going to do is to ask people to pay more.
NRA Issues F Rating To Bugs Bunny For Tying Up Guns Into Pretzel Shape
"In the wake of new. York. Attorney, General, Latisha James's lawsuit against their organization. The powerful National Rifle Association is clapping back. I. Think I'm using that right? Anyway. The Guns Rights Organization today issued an F rating to bugs bunny for tying up guns into Pretzel Shapes. For more I'm joined by OPR senior alcohol tobacco firearms and explosive correspondent Marcy Hammond mercy. What was the NRA's thinking here while the NRA reserved. The F. rating figures at deems is particularly harmful to the rights of gun owners and leadership believes that bugs his long history of firearm destruction qualifies him. Here's how NRA deputy spokesperson Rhonda mcdaniel. Explain their decision time and time. Again, we have seen this radical agitators seeking to curtail the Second Amendment Rights of Elmer Fudd and Yosemite Sam by twisting their lawfully purchased firearms into a big bowl and the NRA has had enough. Now let's be clear. Bugs is a beloved cultural figure with relatively little political sway is it really in line with Americans interest for a gun lobby to be targeting him round the NRA certainly thinks. So while the organization has been weakened over the years due to lawsuits and falling public opinion they signal, they'll be devoting considerable resources to getting what they call a no. Good Rascal Rabbit here's mcdaniel. Again, if these sort of left distant imitation tactics prevail, we're looking at a future where government agents can just come to your home while you're sleeping and bend your gun into a youth shape or jammed the barrels with carrots coastal elites like bugs bunny may be okay with that outcome, but real Americans will never stand for it mercy. Some have accused the gun right's organization of not caring about tune rights they pushed for decades to deregulate bazookas. Dynamite sticks coming from the ACME company. That's true. But the NRA would point you to their a rating for Marvin, the Martian. For providing what they call a sterling example of responsible gun ownership. Sure. But do they have any other tactics to push back against what they see boxes anti-gun stance while the F. reading a tactic in and of itself of course. But beyond that NRA leadership announced, they'll be launching a public pressure campaign encouraging members to email and tweet bugs bunny to tell him actions are harming the American way of life. They're also lobbying Congress to remove him from television claiming that he's been brainwashing our nation's children with anti-gun propaganda, and if those tactics are unsuccessful, they have plans to draw big angle on his head. To, imagine that this separating didn't sit very well with everyone. That's certainly true. Leslie several gun control groups have spoken out against the move with MOMS demand action launching a new ancient stinker ad campaign targeting the NRA. Responded not personally, but a spokesperson reached out to tell reporters quote meet me. Okay. Then Marcie please keep us updated. That's OPR's Marcy
Cyber Power Index highlighting Australian Governments gaps in cyber capability
"Like any INFO Technology Sector security has plenty of indexes flooding around or get. Indexes collided by vendors and people trying to sell things to us I thought this for Senate index was. Useful because it doesn't come from I accompany product. It say independent academic attempt to benchmark Com, sub security capability and intent from nation sites It appealed to make per couple of reasons may not have had A to do with Bill Center in the past spend a little bit of Thanh. Talking to their academics in previous roles and particularly locked the way that This report sets metrics that up designed to objectively major subsidy maturity in nations So it says what are the kind of things that we could judge the intent of a nation in the obscurity spice and one of the kind of things that we could use to objectively major capability. And it tells an interesting story in Australia Australia's categorized in the higher intent, low capability quadrant and the reason for that is because when the the objective metrics this reporter applied to the statements made by by government ministers by government departments, entities about what our intent is. Assab security spice. Where about the most ambitious nation in the world for ask security attend? But. Then when you look at what our actual capabilities against that intent on again measured in a series of objective metrics. We fold anti sixteenth in that space. So, FA May that told a pretty familiar story because this over promising on delivering stories. One that I think is familiar to a lot of. People in the Strand security sector. In the context of these trying government's actions since the twenty six, Day sub, security strategy. A lot of announcement to be my bet when you follow up way those announcements. In the years after that have been made you say less deleted then was announced to the media. Will what's on the industry? Kodak in the two thousand, sixteen strategy that was undefended at least out of the Prime Minister's office. This one is looking out at a ten years. The two thousand twenty strategy is looking at at the ten year timeframe. And proposing one point six, billion, dollar funding. Backdrop, but a lot of that is going into law enforcement and as you say might be into that capability. What's your take on the strategy itself? Overall as you say, it's it's another announcement is on the strategy whether it's not as another thing but certainly yet your thoughts on the strategy itself and where maybe else we could have been in twenty twenty from the twenty six danes strategies. Have you have you seen that the two thousand twenty strategy's building on the twenty, sixteen or? Taking a completely new direction. While the that, you can certainly say the why the two thousand twenty strategy is reaction to experience the twenty six strategy That the twenty sixteen subsequently strategy had a very large number of of objectives and Nisha announced under it. I think the government found the experience of trying to implement those very large number projected initiatives again, adopted under outcome Tambo's prime ministership around the breathing bruising exercise because the twenty twenty strategy dramatically rationalize is temptation I'm say that the broad spread of of initiatives and objectives under the strategy a kind of a toddler. Your decide that the Gospel confessed about ninety percent of the funding. Associated with these twenty twenty strategy he's allocated to security agencies So it goes into building. Capabilities with particularly the is day but also other security agencies on. Enforcement agencies like the the I pay, and that's well and good We have I think outstanding internationally recognized capabilities within is. and this is the conduct that you have to keep investing in order to. Maintain those capabilities in my time that that international ranking. Suppose big Criticism that that libraries had is one that we've been exploring for at the loss twelve months and that's really When you look at security policy to strike the problem is the ability to project those capabilities out of the silos of how defense and security agencies. To the problems in Australia Com in terms of lifting a bench, mock the baseline up security security. Brazil and Sada resilience across the Australian government trying economy You know there's a lot of examples of that. Wall is day is absolutely world standard. Saab resiliency combined entities is as at the government's own description reminding at relatively low levels. you know the is days top full became mandatory in the. Seventies ago now. had a slew of a straight national ordered office inquiry since then. when you type them all up on like twenty nine percent of Kamal entities compliant with all the top four. Seven years after theoretically became mandatory say interesting. Is Connect between very high capability. Inside Is Day lower levels of saga resilience and more broadly throughout government not to sign story that we see in the corporate sector unites now at banks and Al. Telcos, absolately will class intends to their sub security posture. But you only have to sort of take one stiff through the down. In the I six navy top fifty. And you start seeing. Very, different levels of resilience.
"reporter" Discussed on The Mortified Podcast
"reporter" Discussed on The Mortified Podcast
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"To zero can attest nobody loves the school paper. More than Andrea Zuckerman. We are talking long hours. Major deadlines and Total Commitment. Still interested. I know but that's what it takes to do what we do around here. So if you're not willing to make the sacrifices to understand which begs the question are student. Newspaper editors actually serious in real life. Finding come through. There was not a newspaper. It mattered as a sophomore in the early nineteen nineties. Melissa became one of the youngest editors ever of her high school newspaper an opportunity. She did not embrace casually. I made business cards stationery. I don't want to sound like I was taking power but definitely made me feel important back then. Seeing your name published somewhere was huge. I mean this was pre internet right. Holy Crap bears my. That's my writing are Gonna read this and fell magical and like all those student journalists. You've seen in books and TV and movies. Melissa lived and breathed a student newspaper no matter the risk and distinctly remember when somebody had been on an athletic team that was like. Hey you know. Our team won the State Championship. And you guys put it on. Like the last page of the newspaper. It should be on the front page. This is crap and literally proceeds to crumple it up and toss it in the trash bin. This would probably be a good time to tell you that. The athlete Played Water Polo and intense contact sport known for towering figures. Meanwhile Melissa was an academic type. Who might confrontation at all? But I also I mean this is my baby. I was outraged and sent to the initially horror and later the author of my Spanish teacher. I said excuse me I'm going to need to do this. I got it back. Up Out of the trash is moved it out and gave him a tongue lashing and I said listen. That's a great accomplishment. But you know what s sports and that's where you're being covered great article if you take the time to read it But that's not the AIDS is important but it's not everything and what we do. Is We cover everything? And how dare you showdown in Sixth Hour Spanish? Now if you're thinking Melissa was a total bad ass when it came to defending journalism you're right and like any teenage bad ass. Sometimes bullets skipped class but unlike most teenage bad asses. She didn't go to the arcade. I stayed in school and worked on the newspaper. Yes Melissa skipped school to attend more school. Top that Zuckerman. He had that line out. Would you like an thing? Halacha privilege like I something important from PX and radio. Toby this is the mortified podcast. I'm Dave in today on the show because everyone is so glued to watching and reading the news right now. We couldn't help but think what goes into actually making the news tales of kids. Who were convinced they could be offer. Steve Boss? Jerry Girard Roberto. Toronto Action Newsday the next great local news anchor. Hi I'm bligh growing up in Washington. Dc area the world has always revolved around the news for me and so did my life in a way my dad was a cameraman for ABC CNN and he has actually met and interviewed every president since Reagan. Some kids know. They want to be in the news from a very young age years before the Highschool newspaper and years before they even know really what is newsworthy. For girl named Bligh her love the news came from emulating her dad. I thought his job was so cool so we watched a lot of news sir watching the news probably when I was four or five because we always used to wait to watch the credits to see my dad's name at the end. She's a presentation with W ABC TV. New It was enough for him to sit behind a camera and watch these people than it was something that I wanted to be a part of two so by age six I started honing. My journalism craft in my journals. I pretended to be who I considered to be. The most powerful journalist I knew Katie couric Katie couric was a legitimate journalist with wispy bangs and Perky wit the picture of Real News Hi. I'm Katie. Couric on NBC. A very heartbreaking story today this giant carrot just won't stop. The police have been trying to catch it for weeks. They have been looking everywhere in people's cars houses and even people's Mouths. They even dissected rabbit. If you'd like to help here's some things you need to know. One twenty feet tall and size eight shoe to is often found at carrot parties three lakes orange. I'm Katie couric until next time. Keep Your eyes on NBC. October second? I mean this just in. I got abducted by aliens and they sucked me up. I believe then they are going to boil my head and acid superman will come and rescue me and everybody will be happy but will he stay tuned. I covered a lot of news stories as Katie couric from giant carrots to celebrities. Spice break-up no one can believe it but ginger spice has left the Spice Girls Group. Ginger told people she left because she had had enough fame for one person. But that's not the real reason ginger left because she had a fight with baby spice but why there is no reason because she never had a fight with baby. She had a fight with scary space because ginger wanted to be the leader of the spice. Girls Ginger is what books call white trash from England? Hi this is Katie couric here. Digging up old things and Mexico. So far I have found three baskets for pots and five tools. I have even done research on them. Do you want me to tell you about it. Okay I we found the baskets and lots of the baskets were woven and dipped into paint to look good. We also found tools to dig up gems gems though. I also like to put myself in other people's shoes like a good journalist should sometimes not people's shoes though. Sometimes animals shoes here is a story based on the observations of Turkey. Turkey confessional by both. I should have known they have been feeding me too much. Thanksgiving is coming up as you can see. I am a Turkey and I and I know I am going to be eaten here. The Robinson's got me when I was a baby so they could not eat me but this year they have been giving me a lot to eat and I am scared. I'm going to end up on their table. I tried everything I have gone on a diet. I have gotten those slimfast things with which tastes like something died. I even got a Nordic Track Ono. Here they come. They did not eat me. They made me into a pilgrim decoration. Instead the end the moral is never say something until you know it's going to happen. I wrote fake news stories for about five years because it felt like something you could write in a journal that deviated from the regular woe is me actually right before. I started writing my journalist. Katie couric where? My Dad stayed at home with us because he had gotten laid off from one of his jobs and he had a camera because he had a few of them and he used to let me make videos at home videos where I am absolutely giving a fake news report. I felt really proud of him for what he did. And being able to pretend to be Katie couric was like somehow kind of paying homage to like my dad and his world. My last Katy Kirk report that I have is very. Meta moment where she was actually reporting about me. Hi I'm Katie couric today. We went to Saint Peter's score. I met a great student who is going to change the world. Her name is vote. She wants to be her school president. She will win. But for now all I have to say is I'm Katie couric. Thank you so much for watching and I hope to see you tomorrow night..
"reporter" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
"Christian Fulton Denzel. Mims jalen hurts. Zach bond just bouquet Kenneth Murray and Ray Kwan Davis now a lot of these players and a lot of these meetings. The cowboys have showed clips of On their own social channels and on the MOTHERSHIP DALLAS COWBOYS DOT COM. Which has been interesting. You know it's like puzzle pieces right like trying to figure out why the cowboys have shared these particular interviews but I guess we'll find out two weeks from today. Who but either way just so you know. Our tracker is live and ready for you. It is updated as often as necessary. There is never something that will not go on the tracker. So you have that at your disposal. We have had so many guests. Somebody Fun friends here on the show. here lately to get different perspectives and half conversations that different people from all walks of life across the NFL and otherwise and today is no different. Casey Philip C team reporter for the Tampa Bay buccaneers joined us to talk about a variety of things. Obviously one of the newest members of the Dallas Cowboys Joe McCoy spent a majority of his career to this point with the buccaneers. Casey has covered him as reported on him gotten to know him and she she had some really interesting stuff. Both on the field and off the field about Joe McCoy his personality and what he brings to the Cowboys Casey's from Dallas. And so she has a you know a a history with the city and athletics in the area and she has She's experienced a lot of really interesting things in her career and so she was kind enough to walk us through all of those as well so I'm not going to let you anymore. Let's go ahead and get to it from the Tampa Bay buccaneers. Casey Phillips.
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"After Leonardo drugged his guests he wouldn't immediately assault them instead. He dragged a lot of them out dancing and kept them drinking and partying without even knowing it. They were participating in his alibi if they complained about not being able to remember what happened the night before he could say look. Everyone saw you with the disco. You're having a great time. So we went into the bar and he bought around the shots quickly right after that bought another onto shots and we ready side like we don't want to drink anymore. We want to go to bed early. We don't want to be hung over in the morning And he just kept saying like Oh. I'm doing this for you guys. This is my money. This is like for you. Don't be rude And it got to the point. Where when he wasn't looking we were dumping the shots out into Napkins and it's only then at the end of the night after all the whirlwind tourism and showing off after the drugging discos and drinks that Leonardo had these women exactly how he wanted them disoriented exhausted and defenseless. He came into the room apparently not realizing that Mattie was looking at us from the balcony and started touching us groping our butts and like touching sexually. Mattie came in immediately doing his own. I'm just putting the blanket on top of them because they look cold so he grabs him. Blanket is such a such a lie so I know fact he raped for sure one of US maybe all four of us and he definitely sexually assaulted us. He dragged us for sure. But you don't have memories so I don't have memories. No AFLA nightmares about what could have been. But I don't have memories. These interviews helped the reporter see the full scope of how Leonardo operated including how he'd use identities so he introduced himself as Leo. An did you realize later. That is not is name no no I. Didn't Elliott was his real name his real name is Dino Maga. Leo also use fake names like Leonardo Leo Leon and even Leonardo Mangano. We've been calling him. Leonardo up to this point but from here on out we're going to use his real name. Dino the thing that made me mad about this case was the way dementia managed to manipulate victims and the the way that they trusted him. That was the first thing that struck me and The mean I couldn't understand in the beginning. How is it possible? How was it possible? Okay he had a fake name but he's still acting in public view. He's on a website. That relies on people like these women writing reviews. So why aren't there any bad reviews? Why were they all positive? The first thing I wanted to do was to write him a bad review on couch surfing and then the second thing I want to do is to report him to the police. I wish I would have just reported him to the police and then written the battery view on Couch Surfing in the opposite order. That's Elissa again. One of the survivors. We wrote the battery on Couch. Surfing and immediately sent us a message. Threatening US Dino's bad behavior also took the form of online threats. This is an actual message the Dino Center it's read by an actor and host you. I give you my best room. I offer you an expensive dinner. Good restaurant I pick you up at the station and bring you back and this is your thanks you are ungrateful in Italy. It is a crime too. Slender a person without proof and therefore if you do not change or delete the bed and post you know you've committed access of slander. This is against the Italian Criminal Penal Code. I will arrest you. I have witnesses. Everyone in my house will be a witness against you like where I would never drug you. I have one hundred great reviews on Couch Surfing. I was the nicest host ever. And then he's like. I would never drug you. I'm a police officer. You know what you're doing is criminal and I'm going to prosecute you you won't be able to leave the country talking with my Italian police officer friends in there. You know we can build a case against just all this all this stuff I remember one thing he said is that you will be stopped at every airport. Hostile in hotel. You try to book into because I have information on you like your passport and your phone numbers or your home address information like that. You really disappointed with your behavior. Now I will wait one day to give you the chance to make up for your mistake. And then everyone on his way. If you don't fix her mistake I would proceed and we should good luck. What you've decided. Thanks I'm a serious person not a criminal after that. We didn't want to go. The police are really scared. We thought if we went to the police all of his friends works the police. We thought Oh if we go to the police in Florence and Rome and then we thought no maybe they all know each other. We had heard about the mafia and we were just like nineteen years old. Just really confused. I Guess Eliza and her friends debated what to do next. They wanted to warn other women who might stay with them But in the end Dino's threats worked so they took the review down.
"reporter" Discussed on Verified
"Maria also invited the reporters into the private facebook group. She created for the other survivors. And that's where they were able to learn about the other women's stories My name is Eileen. I'm twenty six years old and I'm from Winnipeg Manitoba in Canada. My name is Eliza from California and twenty five years old. I live in Shanghai China and as the women described what happened to them in Italy the reporter to uncover Leonardo Mog Leo's pattern. His guests were primarily women and they came from all around the world like Marine Kate. They wanted to go see Venice but couldn't find a place to stay so they went on couch surfing. We had forgotten to book hostels. We looked at. They're really expensive. So we put out a message on couch surfing and I think immediately he message US Leonardo and said Oh you can come and stay at my place. And then he picked us up and then it all went downhill from there once. They got to paddle a Leonardo. Did the whole tour guide thing taken them shopping and treating them two meals so we went to A pizzeria There he bought a Some drinks and we had one or two One we already said we were good. We didn't want anything else He ended up paying for entire bill. So we felt it's pretty like bad about it. And then at some point he would whip up a home cooked meal he shows couch surfing girls. Oh I'm making you passed. He tries to be very nice that way so then he can get away with other stuff along with dinner. Leonardo would serve them something special then he pulls out another Jug of wine to red wine and it's in a Jug Nada. Its original bottle he said Oh. This is my homemade specialty. Italian wine. you can't get it anywhere else. It is very strong. But it's a specialty and you have to try it. I like Oh like we don't want to drink anymore. We're not even done first class okay. We'll just try a little bit. Just see how he how it tastes and he pours a small Small glass of it. I only had two sips of that. I didn't even finish my other glass of wine. I was also eating so I barely had any alcohol in me and within ten fifteen minutes. I could see like everybody at the table. Antonia Cindy Jenny. There are all getting very like dazed out their hands on their heads over the table. My head was feeling very heavy. I was very slow in my thinking. My Body felt heavy and then Leonardo or make Leo said to my friend. Tonia Antonio you sleepy..
"reporter" Discussed on Verified
"Julius cousin gave them some important advice on how to proceed advice that would stay with them throughout their reporting he told them. Don't just talk to these women like you might for an article like notes on a pad or whatever right the interviews down word for word to create a sworn statement because John. Markham you something that reporters were only beginning to understand if they were going to help the survivors to build a case against Leonardo. These statements had to be admissible in a court of law. D'amato provided shirt off Template let's say and he. He told us that how we had to explain the survivor. The girls how to how to put information and in a sort of order way which meant say everything even things that you might think are not important because maybe you just want to say about the violence but actually very important to put any of these. Remember for example. We got there by train. At this time we went to a gelatin area or any details. It's very important also to show that your memories consistent and you know what you're talking about. It was extremely reassuring for us to speak with the with. D'amato lawyer about this fact because at the moment We were absolutely not sure that statements would have been enough to start a case we we were really thinking that without something external like a third party piece of evidence or at least you know some medical reports or whatever the case would not start at all so when he just said okay. Let's collect the statements and then we can to prosecutor those Kinda reassuring John. Marco's advice was empowering because it gave them a plan they could finally act and the first call they made was to Maria. The reason why we took was very important to start Maria as because Marie has been disorder off strength and power behind older fourteen victims that reached out so we wanted to start sort of going back into this whole story. With the first voice that was media over the next few months through email text messages video calls and encrypted messaging. Maria told them her story so I said up from my chair after he finished dinner to start washing the dishes. The moment I and up I feel these huge hits in my head like very very strong. Cecilia had to get Maria to share every personal detail. Just like John Marco had told her to. I don't remember going to train station. I don't remember being on the train. Savannah's so sometimes emotions were you know taking over and I had to force her to go back and describing again the same hardwood seeing It's something that will link you forever..
"reporter" Discussed on Verified
"This is verified. I'm your host Natasha del. Toro here's where we are in the story after. Maria returned home to Portugal. She admitted to herself that she'd been drugged and assaulted by her couch. Serving host the Italian cop the Ardo and she managed to track down fourteen other women from all over the world who like her had also been violated by this same guy so Maria formed a secret facebook group where they could talk openly about what had happened and how to. Stop Leonardo the even considered returning to Padoa to try to catch him in the act but instead marine. Her boyfriend decided. They needed some help so they turned to a group of three Italian journalists at European the investigative reporting project Italy now. I want you to get to know them because they play a huge role in the story. Cecilia Giulio and Alexia are all Italians in their thirties. They're hard working. They're passionate and and their own investigative journalists though. None of them plan to be. I'M CECILIA I wanted to be. An archaeologist says looking stories mice Amy's later she wanted to be a painter before turning to journalism then I decided I wanted to be a war reporter so I got picked up by City University in London and while she was in London she met a fellow Italian reporter named Giulio. I met Julia at a team and from there like literally stopped a minute. I am Julia and I never really decided. I wanted to be Jordan analyst journalism. Something that happened to me and even pretty late. I started doing journalism when I was twenty seven in a long backpacker trip six months around South America and when I came back to Italy was too hard to actually find a salary as a journalist so I went to live in London. And that's where he met Julia and and yeah she told you this story. We started doing things together and we didn't start who Julia when Cecilia worked freelance together. On important stories they felt needed attention like stories about illegal waste trafficking that were published in Italian media and they really threw themselves into it days nights and weekends then. We got very lucky. I mean we've got invited to the Global Investigative Journalism Conference in Kiev in two thousand eleven. And that's where he ought my training basically from colleagues that were giving me amazing tips and And and stories Kiev. The capital of Ukraine is also. Were Giulio and Cecilia. Met the third member of their reporting team. I saw Malaysia. Well I wanted to journalist But before I wanted to be an archaeology says Chea Like Indiana Jones in this kind of colleges then at University Alaska studied Japanese and Mandarin before she to started freelancing as a journalist and decided. Okay it's time to report about Japan for Italian media and so I did. I started some of Alaska's first stories. Were about the nuclear disaster following Japan's devastating earthquake in twenty eleven and Well remember that time that I was telling to my parents for the first time a I'm going to push him and to cover what happened there and my parents sesame isn't it be dangerous for you. I said No. I have friends who are now covering narcos and others are going to South America and others covering organized crime in South Italy. I'm just going to Fukushima is not that dangerous competitive what other people are doing. That just told me. Isn't it better. If you just change your friends. Instead they tried Alaska was committed to a future as a journalist and she found to like minds and Cecilia and Giulio. The conferencing Kiev was a the cradle. That made eve be start. A we realized that you only talion stare were poor young freelancers without any media backing up and we say like like let's back each other up and that. Sowell over center was born by twenty thirteen. They're center Europe. Was Up and running but it was still pretty new. They had just created a platform for secret tips from the public. And that's when the email from marinas boyfriend arrived explaining what Leonardo had done Maria. And the other women in the facebook group the reporters recognized right away that this story could be huge much bigger than anything they'd taken on before most of us where the very beginning of their career some of us at a little bit more experienced but none of us had worked as a journalist for more than a couple of years seriously. At least so you know. It was a task way beyond what we knew. We could tackle on our own normally so it was a real challenge even from a professional point of view but the reporters were up for that challenge. They knew they wanted to dig in town cover. What Leonardo had done and to try to bring justice to the women who've been wronged by him not just in the media but in a real courtroom and that meant helping them build a judicial case but they also knew they needed help navigating how to do that it was like we cannot do this alone like his quite serious. We need some lawyers when it some support we need to. We weren't trained. I mean we were trained for outer type of reporting. So how do you not? Just how do you deal with US rivers but also how to investigate such a story so we were just facing somebody who you know? Officially it was just a good cop so the reporters turned to lawyer. They knew Julia's cousin. Gianmarco talion Sour. We always resort to family when in doubt so he was the only lower knaw that I could trust and that would ask us for money. Straight ahead like he would at least give us some sound advice before anything outs. Gianmarco was an experienced lawyer but he was also someone they knew had no connection to Leonardo and that was important. We were afraid that there could be a system of people that knew each other So we did an all how deep disfiguration if it was just a single cop doing diet or if it was multiple cops or if it was if there were other people involved so it was hard to to find someone that we would be absolutely sure had no connections to that and Demarco it was the only one I could think of. We think of that was surely outside of any possible connection to this guy and that we could trust so they decided to meet up. Julia and Cecilia traveled to John. Marco's home in Milan like it was is living. Room blew so far Big Table. We had a drink and Marvez dinner also cooked by his wife. I remember that over a nightcap. The reporters Phil John Marco in on everything that they knew about Leonardo and the women who claimed he abused them. Gianmarco looked shocked by what they told him. He couldn't believe what we were saying. An amendment were saying D toes and getting into like the stories of each girls showing evidence. He like really turn like. This is incredible. I we have to do something about it. And he was stepping out of being a lawyer too. In that moment I think there was this common sense of acting as citizens but he said we need to act very carefully because Does manage a Cop. Econ just ran there like freelance journalist. And and promise you're going to have this and then how do like we need to be clever about it? The reporters needed to come up with a strategy and fast. We're sitting in his room with DeMarco lawyer. And while we were talking about that we knew that possibly impact of a dino was perpetrating crime. Again I mean that was possibly to and it was a feeling that stayed with us for the months that we kept working on this thing.
"reporter" Discussed on Verified
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"reporter" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest
"Welcome to hidden history. I'm your host kid crumb today. I I want to mention a name. You're probably not familiar with. Nellie bly why and then the name. You're probably very familiar with Jules Verne. You may even have read one or all of his extraordinary voyages journey to the center of the Birth Twenty Thousand Leagues under the sea around the world in eighty days but of the three it was the latter around the world. Eighty days that true the same question from so so many readers. Could someone really go around the world in eighty days. The Stories Chronicle of the adventures phileas fogg whose wager to circle the globe involves also him in one cliff-hanging escape after another. The story was first published in serial in eighteen. Seventy three and immediately caught the attention of readers who tried to guess what challenge Phileas fogg would face. Next fog started his epic journey by taking the Orient Express which departs from from London. He travels across France the Alps to reach Venice here. He moves on to Brindisi where they changed to a steamer that brings some across as a matter of training and see to Suez in Egypt. Rail and steamer across the Mediterranean Sea Seven Days Suez to Mumbai steamer across the Red Sea and the Indian Ocean thirteen days. Mumbai Calcutta Rail Three Days Co Cutter Hong Kong steamer across the South China Sea. Thirteen days. It all starts. PHILEAS fogg of London makes a wager of twenty thousand pounds with his friends at his reform club. He must circumnavigate the globe in eighty days or less or pay up. Fog brings with him his newly employed French Valet La to help him on the adventurous journey in around the world in eighty days. Fog never flew in a hot air balloon. The iconic symbol of the hot air balloon rolling became associated with Jules Verne's book in the Nineteen Fifty six film starring David Niven but it was Verne's book five weeks in a balloon published. Louis June eighteen sixty three where three Englishmen flew over Africa in a hot air balloon and it was that same book that allowed the French author finance the freedom them to write full time on November fourteen. Th eighteen eighty nine. Nellie bly set sail to beat the fictional record set by Jules Verne in his novel around the world in eighty days a daring four correspondent in Mexico when she was barely out of her teens. Nellie went on to greater renown now when she went undercover as a patient in a New York lunatic asylum in revealed the cruel neglect with which the mentally ill retreated her book. Ten Days in a mad house published. When she was just twenty three became a bestseller Nell as greatest fame came two years later when she set out to create or recreate? Felice fog's journey around the world. NATY DAIS dispatches to New York world as she traveled the globe job were read by millions. Bligh had already earned a reputation as the world's first investigative reporter and fearless individual her previous escapades including uncovering the plight of female factory workers and checking herself into a mental institution for ten days had been sensational adventures that introduced produced a new frontier of hands on journalism but her popularity was waning. This more reporters began to parrot her style. After reading Verne's his novel by approached her editor at the New York world with an outrageous pitch if he would allow it she would make the journey a document her experience for for the paper. A Journey of the scale bligh proposed was unprecedented by man or woman and although blind sister that she could undertake it without chaperone yeah prone the male senior staff at the paper. Were unconvinced of a woman's ability to succeed preferring to send a man instead bligh had her answer the ruddy very well start demanding all start the same day for some other newspaper in Albedo the editor in bligh planned ahead impact extremely light rather than the dozen trunks. Our editors derisively predicted. She would need to carry with her. Blind took along just a single piece of luggage sixteen eighteen inches wide seven inches high in a bag easily. Small enough to comply with today's airline carry on regulations. She packed a few changes of underwear. Where toiletries writing implements addressing? Gal a tennis blazer. A flask a cup to caps three veils a pair of slippers needle thread and some handkerchiefs. She packed not a single spare dress. Wearing only the garment she commissioned from a dressmaker made made of plain blue broadcloth in her only concession to vanity. Bligh did carry a single jar of cold cream. She refused to take a revolver assured of the world's greeding reading me as I greet them. She Departed Jersey City on August POURIA A ship sailing at thirty seconds after nine forty PM November fourteenth eighteen eighty nine ambitiously. She aimed not merely to mass. PHILEAS fogg round the world record but to beat it hoping to be on the road for no more than seventy five days and four hours bligh dispatched. What brief note she could to her nursed? I newspaper the world by cable though. She was surprised when the Italian speaking cable operator ask her what country New York was in her more detailed handwritten reports however travelled by ship. Slowly as she did her editors forced a string out the story to maintain the public's interest began printing reaction pieces from foreign papers in geography lessons on all the countries lie was visiting after eight thousand Mile Journey Cherney across the Pacific and two weeks of silence from the woman in the moment it was a relief to.
"reporter" Discussed on Daily Detroit
"What is the method of holding people accountable. At the end of the day when elected when it comes to elected officials although there are many other ways for things to happen the end of the day the buck walk has to stop with our with the voters ray especially with elected officials and yet there seems to be this constant stream of this vis behavior reward. Frankly in some cases were awarded. Yes I mean and I dark feeling it is really dark and I've been trying to keep people's names out of my mouth but when you have someone who is in a position of power to be consistently shown that they can say say whatever they want and there are no repercussions for that. It gives other people the idea that they can do the same well. A lot of folks talked about the civility ability question and we need to be more civil and I I personally take offense to that. I believe that what we need is a respect conversation. And yes where we can respect each other's ideas and also respect each other's persons and I think that is the thing respect each other's life choices or how they we're born or how they live. That comes down to it. We need to move from civility to respect. 'cause I think respect is what we're having here is the question we're having here. I'm glad that she will. He spoke up and told him that. His comment was unprofessional. And that he wouldn't have said this to a male reporter because it's true he wouldn't have said this to a male reporter he wouldn't have said this to a male colleague. He might have said it to another woman woman reporter and nobody would have said anything but the fact that she now knows that she has a voice that she can use and she has an outlet for that and I know it took a lot of courage and a lot of strength drinks to do that. So I know that there's one thing you know we always try to look at like Solutions and ways to make things better on this podcast. There's one thing that I know that you did last year kind of looking behind the curtain. That made a really big impact for you. Can you talk a little bit about that. So I went to this class. This verbal self defense class that was hosted by Laura Calill and she taught a group of women the ways that we can stop ourselves in a situation when something happens or someone says something really must up to you you get this fighter flight and oftentimes urine such shock that somebody just said something vile or something racist or something incredibly gross to you you and you're like what and it gets you out of your head and you can practice this and you can be like no but what did you mean by that and you call them out on it and it gives you the opportunity to take that control back and I think that every woman should take this class and I think it was incredibly helpful for me and it gave me a lot of of opportunity to help other women because I've also taught other women had to do the same thing. So if you're interested in learning more about verbal self defense and all all of that stuff you can find Laura at force of bad assery DOT COM. And we'll put a link to her website in the show notes and Allison Donahue. I just want to say thank you for being one hundred percent. That reporter plans to open a nine screen first first run movie theater restaurant and bar. In Detroit's midtown neighborhood are now dead and the culprit is Detroit's Bugaboo Parking crain's Detroit business reports at at the Austin Texas based chain Alamo Draft House pulled. Its plans to open a thirteen million dollar theater after the developer was unable to guarantee the three hundred parking parking spots. Alamos said it needed for the project. Alamos planning to open a theater on a parcel located near the corner of Martin Luther King Boulevard and Woodward Avenue that there's only the Detroit water and Sewage Department. It was originally supposed to open this year. The site is well served by transit including a queue line station around the corner on Woodward. But let's be honest Detroit and metro-detroit remained solidly car dependent city and region critics including the group detroiters for parking reform. Whom whom we featured on this very podcast say? The city's vitality is being hurt by the presence of too many parking. Lots the news also means that Detroit will continue to be served by by just one first run movie theater. That's the Bel Air Luxury Cinema Multiplex on eight mile road so jair. I mean the sucks. I'm sorry that today's show is kind of a bummer. So here's the thing. I know that there's actually been very creative ways to implement Alamo theaters leaders in other places like parking on the roof Like working into buildings and stuff. It's Kinda crazy to me that this thing's done over three hundred parking spaces. I know that parking A. There's a lot of legal requirements for parking in the city code right now that I don't think people realize that they force parking. Another thing is is that there are parking lots nearby. But they're all mostly controlled by one guy and they sit empty. A ton of the time is is that one guy does he have a the big pizza and district. Yes that's in Detroit yes but regardless. This is the kind of thing that like in contrast me crazy. That downtown Detroit doesn't have a first run movie theater. You would think there'd be somewhere to catch that in town. Yeah I mean we did we. I used to. Oh yeah the Red San Lorenzo Fan. We had those four little screens. It would have been really great to be able to go downtown and to catch a really cool movie and beating Slip Dinner. People Forget. Detroit has a long history of movie houses and movie Patois so many of the the quote unquote ruins at some of which we've lost. They were movie palaces. Not Lake Fine Art theaters. You know what have been really great. What if and this is a big if because we already know what's going to happen to this? What what if? They renovated the United Artists Theater. Into what theater. Why instead of a parking lot I will? I'll say this though. I think we both need to take a moment and shout out a very cool little place. It is not that downtown. Detroit is a complete movie desert. Know The folks At Cinema Detroit do a wonderful job on the more independent outside. Run kind of style that and it is worth going and they work really the hard over there to find a really good films. I really do love Cinema Detroit. I think they do an amazing job and also want to highlight the Detroit film theatre that is always a a good one. It is always a good one at the. Va Right really pretty. It is really pretty. But it's a bummer. I mean I think it could have been good for all of the theaters right so you could do a first run. You could check out something more indie. You could start. Because that's the thing I think people don't realize so often in Detroit. It's what we must have one thing thing and only one thing no. We need multiple things. There needs to be like a network a neighborhood. A Bar does better when there's other places around it to go to that. Make it interesting twisting businesses. Do better together. And that's crazy thought that I don't think that we've understood around here for a long time. No because people expect to get in their car go to a parking space. Go to where they're going get back in their car. Go to another place. They don't think Oh. Well I can park one place. Take the people mover down and we don't offer it enough places either. We really don't and I know that the queue line is like a joke most of the time because let's face it. It is having a district works for tourism. It does work it. Does it works for the tourist who has no idea what they're here from wherever and they know that it will reliably go to a stop. That's near their map. And that is the one good thing. Now it's GonNa take them a lot longer than the bus or something they really will. It's kind of like Disney's least best ride. I kind of feel the same way that I felt about H. M. When H. and M. opened downtown where we were like. Oh we're actually a real city I felt that when we heard that Alamo draft house is coming to Detroit. I was super excited and stoked. I mean somebody. We've both lived in other cities. This kind of stuff is. There's so much stuff in Detroit that just is in other places. Yeah and we're always fighting for like we really need to get to the position of like this is just what we we have what we visit and it just works. I would love to be there. It's been a long time it's depressing. Hey if you can't you can't laugh you'll cry.
"reporter" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Was reporter so nearing called Sony I'm a just got her coffee and bagel the way she did every day at a Dunkin on the corner of east a hundred sixteenth and First Avenue that's according to a woman who makes that coffee for her every day and says she gets a hash Browns and boy that you enjoyed their breakfast and then walked out heading into the crosswalk on First Avenue the little boy in a stroller a Ford pickup truck was turning from east a hundred sixty three making a left turn into that process walk and struck them both now witnesses say the mother was cradling her injured child she was also injured and that the driver stopped a few feet later but it was too late the little boy didn't make it he was rushed to a hot driver is in police custody charges are pending it's not clear what charges he might face witnesses say he was also very distraught crying and screaming and realizing what had happened so when you're in content ten wins live in East Harlem but off duty cop will be in flat but in the court today after deadly two car crash in east Flatbush yesterday officer Roland shows driving a Nissan evidently at high speed allegedly while impaired by alcohol with a slammed into a Mazda S. U. V. that a jump the stop sign early yesterday morning one woman in the SUB was killed a second woman passenger was seriously injured the driver of that vehicle fled the scene it is not that identify which use time twelve thirty one and from the ram truck traffic center we say good afternoon to Jeff Jensen and good Avenue that we go our right to Brooklyn where it's a crawl right at the very center we make it one of these Bambi Q. we all jammed up off the Verrazano all the way up to the Williamsburg is a crash there in the left lane other accident up ahead in the right lane by McGinnis some also that's just a huge mass also mass the expense accu Robinson parkway truck on the parkway not supposed to be there of course that said myrtle avenues on the shoulder but every always look at a tractor trailers on the parkway the farther up and Q. guards interchange as road construction that's why you're pretty much at a standstill on that day Jackie Robinson in the van which is also have worked an accident by liberty Avenue blocks the central into some south and the laser toward hillside here's what we see on Long Island big three looks like an accident on the southern state park we spent by the Meadowbrook otherwise and not a bad right no other state has a broken and vehicle on the highway you've over by exit twenty five not causing much of the back of the LA is okay it is wet that we were so keep that in mind and here's what you need to know what the bridges and tunnels outbound link is close right now there is a car fire in one of the two so all into temporarily shut their in band ten minutes inbound calling ten out of bounds and the George forty five out with about a ten to fifteen minute wait on the inbound side this report sponsored by the accident several scanner thermometer thirty million people come down with the flu every year it could be you or your family the best way to tell if it's a cold or the flu if I take your temperature and no one does that better than the accident temporal scanner learn more an accident dot com I'm Jeff Jensen after four twelve forty one and ten ten wins and now the accu weather forty four cast and beer all just Kerry sh wooden hammers here with the the sort of soggy details very soggy indeed a little drizzle.
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"And two signatures later. We're done the the customs brokerage proven their worth the CB P officers love it when you use a customs broker as there are fees and bonds and paperwork that must be placed as together against the aircraft before income in if you don't have this all this can be a major hassle if you have to do it right at the counter and and can take his considerable amount of time and you may not do it correctly all in all it took us less than three minutes to get the inspection and the paperwork signed signed and approved we asked if we could do fueling on the customer's ramp and they said sure coffer fuel. You can do it right here. Do you need to borrow a radio. The station at Burlington was cleaner than most. FBI does and could not have been politer hats saw to this entry point. We were on the ground for less than an hour and that included getting fuel. Let's hear it for the easy way. YEA The rest of the day and the next day we flew the airplane down to Texas which was a typical cross country once on the ground around you notify the escrow company that the plane at is at the point of delivery and the point of sale has taken place they they filed the paperwork to deregister the airplane can't release the funds to the seller now it's starting to look like a house sale see episode three the the Dr Takes possession of your paperwork and you start all the paperwork to get the airplane registered in America so what did we learn aviation and fans one in the eyes of Homeland Security all military planes her fighters to CB P officers Hughes Common Sense and are a pleasure to work with three having the foreign our delivered. The aircraft is so much easier for customs brokers help you with the sale and are worth the money five escrow companies were extremely easy to you work with and really were worth money also next episode registering the airplane in America and First Flight under its new tail number. This is your reporter at large frequency. Change approved good day right very good. I guess that sounds like that went pretty smoothly Max Trescott have you. Have you ever been involved in a foreign sale transaction either coming in you're going out. We're talking about airplanes down here I mean I don't want to reveal any other activities. No Oh I'm kidding now. I actually talked with launchpad over the weekend for a while about all the fun he's having with the aircraft and yeah it's it's definitely far more complex than I would have imagined and bringing in an aircraft of that type from another country and he did a good job of laying out exactly what it takes to do that so yeah no hands off to him. I think he's having a great time yeah. It's almost like the the task of getting it here and getting registered is almost as well probably not but it sounds it's almost as exciting as the aircraft itself well. You know I think sometimes acquiring an airplane is a bit of an intellectual challenge that people enjoy because because sometimes it's easy sometimes it's not I was talking with a gentleman last night. WHO's buying a business jet and we were talking about? you know why and different uses for it and you know different ways that he could put it up for charter operation and boy he talked for quite a long time about you know different insurance amounts which ranged by the way from twenty eight thousand a year to sixty thousand a year or two hundred twenty thousand dollars a year depending upon different permutations stations of who is allowed to fly the aircraft and you know based on where the aircraft was located and if it was hanger D- You know in various states you know how much that that was gonna cost because of state taxes and you know it's it's. It's a complex problem when you especially when you start looking at more expensive aircraft to it kind of figure out all right. How do we make this work cost effectively with all the the many different parameters that you need to optimize yeah interesting well? I'm glad launchpad. Japan is is being as successful as he is at least so far we I guess this coming up this this is probably the last stage in the process wouldn't it be the they they get it formerly registered in the US and then after that he should be all set yeah exactly then he can attach weapons and he'll be good to go yeah all right. Hey we've got something that I think it's a cool story doesn't aviation well. It does only a little bit last episode we listened to Mica Mica and he called his his friend Eric Rybeck his crept brother and we didn't really know what that meant. I mean if you listen to that. I know in context you could get the idea that there's some kind of close relationship but I didn't know what that meant so eric responded and gave us this this little explanation Hi maxine David this is Eric Rybeck in Red Hook New York on episode five sixty nine our main mica had a great recap of his year in aviation he was kind enough to mention me as I company him mm-hmm for both innovations in flight and the sperling fly in two things he said raised questions for you which I thought I'd address indeed fomer is the term sometimes applied to those chase trains whomever kind it did not mean it as a compliment as it referred to guys who foam at the mouth when they see are-are or a special locomotive but over time many railroad enthusiasts have taken it on as a badge of honor now I'm really not a fomer but but I've always had an affinity for trains and trolleys and that inspired me to research and write the rail. USA Museums and trips guides which Mike mentioned what did stump you was when Mike referred to me has crept Hawk brother as you correctly stated crept lock is a Jewish dumpling usually with meat or potato filling and it can be served boiled in chicken soup or by itself pan-fried so I made about thirty years ago when I was volunteering I mean as a DJ at university radio station in Portland Maine Mike and I soon realized we liked a lot of the same music so I invited him to join me as an occasional occasional co host we started hanging out and also realized we had a lot of food loves and common especially Jewish Delis well. We developed a nice on air repartee and at the time the car talk show was popular on public radio and had featured the real brothers Tom and Ray Makati who referred to themselves as click and clack the TAP brothers well. I guess one morning on the show I was enjoying the stick. Mike and I were doing and announced that hair to four we would be I known as frigging FRAC the crept brothers well it stuck in that's what we've been ever since thanks to Mica and his involvement with the airplane Geeks podcast all cast. I've become just a little geeky about airplanes myself and I'm grateful to him and to both of you for that all right now we know I didn't know that it was such a personal thing between the two of them so so there's a little a little insight something we didn't know about Mica and Eric. Thanks for taking the time to record that because when I heard it I was like Oh oh cool there were there was more there was more there was more there there than we were implying Mac so yeah we we sit corrected but thanks to both of you for contributing that and it's Okay Eric you can say you're a fomer. There are other people in the show who definitely like choose but you didn't hear that from me all right Tom. You're not a millennial are you. I am just at the started the millennial generation I was born in the early eighties. Yes Oh okay so last episode our guest who who shall remain remain unnamed in a one of the hosts here who shall remain well me made some some disparaging remarks remark about millennials kind of just you know poking fun because you gotTa have good time poking fun but we heard from Mark Mark Newton our longtime listener very engaged with the podcast marks provided a lot of good thoughts and emails and ideas over the years really and he so he didn't he didn't appreciate the some of the references and but he also educated me a little bit because I thought millennials were younger a little bit younger than this because mark says that millennials are now about to enter their forties wow he says they're in middle management with two kids and a mortgage and they are absolutely straight up no fooling exhausted by the last twenty years of ignorant condescending meaning stereotyping typing bs that's been gushing non stop out of the boomers and then and then market goes on from there so all right so I I think I'm going to say I think I'm going to officially kind of lay off the boo the the millennials a little bit and and because they're they're older more mature group than I thought or or becoming so late thirties yeah I'm getting there. Oh tell you I remember member being a general news reporter when I was doing more general news if something had millennial in the in the title or the Keyword people would pitch you stuff. It was a buzzword you know and I get it. It's tempting because your Daily News reporter you need to turn out stories if he say Legno this meal that generational stories are you have to use your you know methodology and make sure that the data is good but there's a lot of data out there that isn't good and some people will just get tempted and say fine someone sent me. A generational story is tempting yeah yeah so I started thinking about not making cracks about that millennials which led me to thinking about cracks about podcasters and so I asked a group of podcast creators for some of the jokes references things that they've heard about podcasters and I got to really go action so so here's a few first one is what do you call five friends who get together to share a brain and talk about it podcasters well and that's assuming they're not drinking. Some of some of the people on these shows do that as well to Eric's guys say there's one show that that's important aspect of which which gets confused with us another one was Was this quote from another podcast. I'm more concerned about what my podcast ratings ratings and reviews say about me than what my mom says about me. That's pretty funny and then this one is is one of my favorites favorites. I like talking by myself in padded rooms. I'm not crazy. I'm a podcast her voice at night you I know right. I'm surrounded by padding in this in this room right here other arrogant. I'm a podcast. That's a good one and I think I've heard several podcasts that are similar to this. This one is I don't have anything to say but I sound pretty good and then this one the great thing about podcasting is the ability to edit what I say. Some people think I should take more advantage of that feature uh-huh that's crew yeah sometimes sometimes the editing gets pretty heavy and then and then this last one you know that old joke you have a face for radio. Well radio didn't want me either so head to revert the podcasting the ugly truth comes out there. Is there it it is that's why I'm not doing video all right well so with that invite all of you to get introspective and AH laugh at yourself from time to time I think that's that's healthy and as I said I'll maybe not laugh so much else if I can can help it laugh at my little brother. He's ten years younger than me all right. I can't keep track of the Gen X. Gen Y. Millennial is too confusing using for me. Why Watch what you say about Gen ys? Is that you David so yeah. I'm that age where we'd get any respect whatsoever right well to work. We don't even get picked on just get ignored. Oh that's worse than being picked on all right so let's wrap this up. I want to thank you for listening to the airplane Geeks podcast our guest was Tom Risen and aviation reporter who covers airlines lines and electric flight and regulation at Cerium Cir I U am in. That's the website as well dot com right Tom. Yes yes sir you can reach us and thanks a lot time. We really appreciate it and enjoy your insights on some of these issues. There's there's probably about fifty or sixty sixty other topics you could talk to you about. Let's come back. Let me know maybe another time Yes for sure.
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"As a reporter for the for the dow's point news i mean i'm beginning to go to communities whether it's with here in chicago for example in san diego in in dallas where employers are beginning to ask me why aren't the mexicans coming anymore uh there's a real sense of what's going to happen next i i i think that i mean the mexicans are the boogeyman there the punching bags these days but i think that the day is coming soon were americans will really miss mexicans mean you can't really talk about onesidedly other without the mexicans and i i am i can tell you i mean it's i don't i don't detect outrage underpar when whenever an interview immigrants about the current climate a but there is a sense of a people being feeling betrayed being hurt people feeling like you continue this path you're basically second the way the soul of this country near the whole sense that uh that this can be a better country this will be a a two when when anecdote that always resonates with me and this was an nineteen sixty eight and was still debating this i've been living in in in the united states for three years when california were in the fields bobby kennedy had just been assassinated and a just three interject you your your mom was involved with the farmworkers ends says ershad is an eight was no famously leading a movement for farm worker rights the bobby kennedy embraced as his own right my mother's very involved which is kind of controversial because as a tara's in those days did not really walk on undocumented mexicans felt that they were driving wages down my mother was a green card holder and she would argue with us with the task people and say look we all care about human rights we need to find villabate i mean it was interesting to my mother will a homemaker look very quiet kind of meek at home you you come to the united states and sunny she becomes a raising help bad left and right there with the unity or even lead in strikes and i would i would just watches who is this woman now but when bobby kennedy died.