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Fresh update on "rhode" discussed on Michael Brown

Michael Brown

01:33 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "rhode" discussed on Michael Brown

"A womanly voice. Man did not have a girly voice. You can't really manly. That's why okay? Hello. Call testosterone. He doesn't have any meetings. I waited eight. Not for one. Paige's aged 89417247. Joe PAGs dot com So I posted that picture that just basically outlines. What a what a racist. Joe Biden has had some sort of gas lighting over there. I'm just so sick of the gas lighting on On Twitter. It's all they do. I'm trying to find the tweet. It's hard to even find the tweet because you know, barely anybody who's seen it. It's got 100 5 likes and I posted this. Almost 20 minutes ago. Now 105 lights have 100,000 people, but it's crawling through some of the comments, and there's some actor that commented questioning Steven Boyer. Actor in hustlers movie The trial and error and NBC Chicago Fire Writer comedian musician, environmentalist activist maker of pastas and blocked by Trump. Um, I don't know who this guy is. And they've heard of a pole. You're the pop culture, you know. Steven Steven Boyer. In the name sounds familiar. Look in this picture is sort of a cartoon picture. Cartoonish pictures. I can't really Say what it is. Um, defenses. I mean, this guy's not ringing the bell for me, so I've never seen Chicago fire so I wouldn't have ever seen him. I'm looking at his picture, but So I posted the picture. This is Joe Biden. The racist 1994 crime bill hurt more blacks or her blacks more against desegregation didn't want his kids growing over the racial jungle. These were things that Joe Biden said and did These air true They're in context. So, he says, But I thought you said he's against law and order question. Mark. You're an idiot, and Trump is a racist and always has been So I don't know what he's writing because he says that one of his talent is being a writer. Cause they did not refer to anything I've said in the picture, so I said, Uh, you know, listen to my show, then comment or comments on the picture. What you said here actually makes no direct sense to what I posted. If you want to attack me really bring it. Not some lame drive by No, I'm not gonna start watching should go far to find out who this idiot is that decided to write me. But everybody's Twitter. Badass on really. Kids stand buying anything They say it's so weird to me commenting about the Dumpster fire, that was the debate. Last night. I think Twitter is a dumpster fire most of the time. Could not agree with you more. But let me ask you this. Is it appropriate ever for Dana bash to say the s word on live TV on purpose? I'm going to say it say nowt like it. I don't think it's appropriate. I don't know. She called it in S H word show. Live. Jake tapper came out was unbelievable. It's horrible with the president of the United States did. This is remarkable delegated. Didn't I just have to say it. I said, Dana stand, I guess. You have to say it. It was a blank show. And she says the word And we're on cable. I'm allowed to say it, and I'm sorry if I offended you. No, don't don't say it. Don't say you're sorry for offending me because she's sorry She's not sorry about it. So I did. My after debate live over on Facebook, and it's that show talk show. Hopefully, you'll get you know some sort of notification might do it again. Get this from some prominent name Namer someone I don't know somebody who is from Was this person from Rhode Island. So obviously have not. I've never been to Rhode Island, so I don't know this person. After I did my face look like she writes approximately how long Was a woman. Whispering in your ear. Sorry that alludes to sex. And this is a serious question. You talk fast, but at times I saw you process and speak. Does this make sense to you? No, Carrie, You know me my one of my biggest problems and social media's I engaged too much on Yes. I mean, there are people who send back form emails when you email him who don't respond to your tweets or to your to your Facebook messages. Oh, I just can't help myself. So I write. I have no idea what you're talking about. She says. Come on, You can't see the video. The kid's produced of your verbal assessment last night after I watched political B s. I never do flies around your head and a bug in your ear. Holy s word. I was up that late. I did. I did take a power nap at 10 P.m.. Why are just dumb? You're you're a woman. Maybe you can. You can decide for this. I cannot. I can't is this person is like a translator app or something? I mean, I don't know. No, it's it's not somebody with an accent or with therefore Island could have an accident. But that appears not only speak English, and then the question is, you know, she's saying that somebody took my life from last night. And then edited the video and put flies around my head and a bug in my ear. I don't know what she's talking about hanging just like, go to my actual live and scrolls Recently. There are 35,000 comments or some crap, so I scroll through it, and I don't know what she's talking about. Touch it again. No clue what you're talking about. She says. Yeah, I know you're a Q T pie, though. You need to disengage from the conversation. The response was, yes. What on earth is my response? She says here and everywhere. What's your point? So I'm gonna go ahead and just click on block..

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Rhode Island Sees Spike In Young Adult Coronavirus Cases

Ron St. Pierre

00:19 sec | 4 hrs ago

Rhode Island Sees Spike In Young Adult Coronavirus Cases

"Armando says the recent spike in covert 19 cases being fueled by people between the ages of 19 and 24, she says cases and all other age groups are either flat or going down. Governor asking young adults to be more serious about following safety protocols. She's convening a young adult task force to encourage safe behavior,

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Fresh update on "rhode" discussed on Nightside with Dan Rea

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:41 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "rhode" discussed on Nightside with Dan Rea

"Enforcement will do their work. They're going to stand down. They have to set down everybody. Many proud boy members online, thanking the president for his support, and the veiled ABC News Washington, Massachusetts Congress Woman I, Ana Presley's reacting on Twitter, saying quote the proud boys are planning to gear up. To become law enforcement because they see the damage they can do and get away with it. End quote. Meanwhile, Massachusetts Congresswoman Katherine Clark also weighing in claiming that Mr Trump appeared to give a green light to white supremacist president is going to continue to stand back. As the American people suffer. As he stands by white supremacists. And here's what Rhode Island Governor Gino Raimondo had to say about the debate. My primary thought as I really hope, Joe Biden gets elected to me, He wass. The only one on the stage that was presidential. Meanwhile, some Republicans are coming to the president's defense. South Carolina's Tim Scott, the on Ly Black Republican senator, says with the answer that the the president had on the white supremacist group. He says that he believes that the president simply miss spoke. Tonight. Massachusetts reporting 510 new Covert 19 cases. 32 more confirmed deaths will have more on that coming up straight ahead, but first at.

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White House Vows To Have Something To Stick In Your Arm By October

The Topical

06:20 min | 1 d ago

White House Vows To Have Something To Stick In Your Arm By October

"When will there be a vaccine that's been the question on everyone's mind since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. And today we may finally have a clearer picture of the timeline yesterday President Trump filed to definitely something to stick in your arms soon. And as ordered the rollout of some kind of sharp pointy medicine thing that will poke you by the end of October at the latest your CDC deputy director and shook it on the White House has promised thanks to our nation's doctors being at the Forefront of medical and scientific research and our American Ingenuity. The US will be the first country to distribute a stabby pointy pain a vile thingy designed to be jabbed directly into patients muscle or skin or something and it will have some effect on your body either good or bad joining us. Now with more is ope our health corporate agenda Resnick. So Jenna, it sounds like something that at least resembles a vaccine could be on the horizon exactly which phase of the process is it in well as of right now Leslie, we really don't know very much but what we do know is this President Trump has guaranteed that all Americans will get stuck with something in their arm by election day. Now so far Pfizer Moderne and AstraZeneca have all been able to develop some very promising poking methods extremely sharp long and wet take a listen after ten long months. We know Americans are ready and excited to get stabbed soon people just like you and me will be able to go to a pharmacy down pay money and get stabbed through the skin with a vial of goo in a very painful way. Well, I gotta say that can't come soon enough, but I have to admit Jenna I really wasn't expecting to get stabbed by our government until Twenty-One at the earliest. That's right. Some were even estimating 2024 is a more realistic time frame for having a stranger in Scrubs inject healing juices into your veins. But according to the CDC even with the accelerated schedule early trials are going well. So far. The devices have been very effective at going into and out of arms as well as shooting the liquid which has been amply moist. They are however still trying to work out some of the quote Peppa Pig. And deadly side effects, but that's not going to stop them from rolling this thing out and Walgreens and CVS Pharmacies across the country as soon as possible. Oh Walgreens, that's where I buy my little bottles of orange juice and large fish oil pills every morning so you can count me and but Jenna I have to assume people are going to be pretty excited to have their skin punctured once it's available and personally, I'd rather endanger everyone around me or even die myself rather than wait in line longer than 15 seconds. How does the government plan to roll this out in a way that meets the high demand? Well, it's certainly going to be difficult. But the plan as of now is to prioritize Suburban patients who are also undecided voters. The White House also wants to focus on high-risk patients like the elderly particularly in blue States and is planning to stab them all in the neck presumably so the serum can get to their brain faster interesting tactical. How much is it going to cost while there had certainly been talk of it being no cost to patients. The price has actually yet to be set according to the CDC so far they've estimated it could cost either $10 5 home. Dollars or even one hundred thousand dollars depending on how desperate we get small price to pay for a vaccine that may or may not work. Thanks Jenna when it comes out. I'll be first in line. Otherwise, I'm not getting it. I'm a busy man. Anyway, that's opr is Jenna Resnick back in a moment? You know even with a vaccine, I'm still not sure if I'll ever feel quite comfortable enough to go back to a restaurant again and hide in the big garbage can and the kitchen so that when the wait staff clears off the food left behind on both of those plates at lands right into my open mouth allowing me to eat a free meal with the people working at the restaurant being none the wiser, but who knows maybe one day we'll be able to get back to some sense of normalcy. Anyway, here's what I need to know today the far-right conspiracy theory dub qanon has gained an alarming amount of traction in the lead up to this year's presidential election. And today we may have more of an understanding as to why a new psychological study published this morning has found that the appeal of qanon can be attributed largely to it being one hundred percent true top psychiatric researchers have concluded that when a certain type of person is presented with the fact that our government is secretly run by a cabal of Satan worshipping pedophiles. They will have a tendency to believe these claims due to the fact that they're totally real and absolutely can be backed up with hard undeniable evidence if you just Just read between the lines interesting. They may have to dive into my Facebook feed and do a little research on this for myself and big news for bird lovers today is ornithologist from the University of Rhode Island have been founded a ten million dollar Grant to research whether that big bird up. There is a hawk researchers are hopeful that this newly secured funding will help them ascertain whether the burden question is indeed a hawk and not some kind of ego long possibly even a falcon in will allow them to expand their investigation by passing around the binoculars so they can all get a better look at that thing. And finally as we near the end of the month Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti has unveiled his plan to combat the city's growing homeless population brought on by the mass evictions plaguing his city mayor Garcetti announced today his administration stands committed to ensuring every Los angeleno has a roof over their head and that he would personally be sending around some pretty reasonable Zillow listings to those in need sounds like a great plan and if any homeless residents are listening take my advice if you see something you like on one of them. Listings hop on a quick anything under a million usually gets cooped up pretty fast. And that's the topical for today on Leslie Price. If you enjoy today's episode you can I can subscribe to the topic or wherever you get your podcast and you can now also sign up to become a member of the topicals patreon for as little as $5 a month. You'll get all kinds of exclusive news contents and merchandise including a topical sticker which must be pretty exciting for all the children listening and for all the adults. We also have a topical coffee mug available serves as a great way to hide the fact that you're drinking hard alcohol in the morning. So don't wait long sign up to become a patron now before you blackout and tomorrow on the topical how has covid-19 affected our nation's dentist's I said down with mine to ask him how the pandemic has affected his practice while he also performed a root canal. Here's a clip. Oh boy. I'm still a little numb all that and more tomorrow on the topical.

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Fresh "Rhode" from WBZ Afternoon News

WBZ Afternoon News

01:23 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh "Rhode" from WBZ Afternoon News

"Partly cloudy skies. It's 70 in Norwood, 70 in Natick and 67 degrees In Belmont. It's 605 now back to the fiery debate last night. It's consuming much of the conversation today. Massachusetts congresswoman Katherine Clark. Weighing in claiming that Mr Trump appeared to give a green light to white supremacists president is going to continue to stand back as the American people suffer. As he stands by white supremacists. And here's what Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo had to say about it. My primary thought as I really hope, Joe Biden gets elected to me, He wass. The only one on the stage that was presidential. And meanwhile, some Republicans coming to President Trump's defense, South Carolina's Tim Scott, the on Ly Black Republican senator, says about the answer about the white supremacist group. He says that he believes that the president just misspoke back to Rhode Island's governor, Gina Raimondo. Now she's blaming what she's calling the irresponsible behavior of 19 to 24 year olds. For spreading the Corona virus. New confirmed cases in Rhode Island hit their highest level since for a single day since last spring, in hopes of persuading college students and others to avoid large social gatherings to wear mask and also maintain social distancing. She is putting together a task force. Trick or treating will also be allowed in Rhode Island. But people will have to leave their candy outside and not opened their doors. Will not everyone works 9 to 5. So what do you do with the kids? W veces Karen Regal tells us about a new program to help out those parents care that works is a childcare programs fear headed by community labor united and funded partly by the city of Boston. For parents who don't work standard hours. Parents like single dad, Matthew Hamilton, who was an apprentice with I B e. W Local 103 situation is I don't really have family and friends close by that could help me fill that early morning gap from when I leave for work toe when he needs to go to school, Hamilton almost left his job to stay with his five year old son. No, he doesn't have to. Because he could drop his son office early is 5 A.m.. Karen Regal W B Z Boston's NewsRadio Bridgewater schools could end up moving fully online in the coming days is more than a dozen students tested positive. For the Corona virus in just Pardon me in just a matter of weeks. The superintendent of the Bridgewater Regional School District blamed students for spreading the virus by going to large social gatherings outside of school. He urged parents to talk with students about the health risks at Thes party, saying that schools can't fully ensure the health and well being of students and staff. On their own. It's six await and time now for Bloomberg Business News, So, he says a lot of progress was made. US Treasury Secretary Mnuchin said this afternoon that there's still no agreement on a fresh fiscal stimulus measure. After he met for about an hour and a half with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi that persuaded Wall Street traders to pull index is back from session highs. But we still finished with gains now up 329 now, Zack a baby to S and P 528. After the closing bell came word of more job cuts Insurance company All state is getting rid of 3800 positions and ending its own self employed moratorium on layoffs. Goldman Sachs is cutting roughly 400 jobs. Andrew Rhodey Bloomberg Business on W. B z Boston's news radio Coming up there could be some new rules for future presidential debates will tell you all about it, plus a check on sports traffic.

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California will house transgender inmates by gender identity

Guarding Your Nest Egg

00:13 sec | 3 d ago

California will house transgender inmates by gender identity

"And transgender inmates in California We're going to be housed in prisons based on their gender identity. Governor Gavin Newsom is signing a bill requiring Officers ask inmates when they arrive. They're similar laws in New York City of Rhode Island and

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Fresh update on "rhode" discussed on Ron St. Pierre

Ron St. Pierre

00:53 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "rhode" discussed on Ron St. Pierre

"24 7 FM Here the top local stories we're following Other death reported today, bringing the number of people in Rhode Island have died from covert 19 toe 1114. There are 173 new cases. That's the highest one day total since May, and Governor Armando says the recent spike in covert 19 cases being fueled by people between the ages of 19 and 24, she says cases and all other age groups are either flat or going down. Governor asking young adults to be more serious about following safety protocols. She's convening a young adult task force to encourage safe behavior, minimum wage and rode on and goes up by a dollar. Starting tomorrow. Bump brings the minimum wage up to $11.50 an hour. Even with the increase, Rhode Island's hourly wage is still lower than neighboring Connecticut and Massachusetts. And whether permitting will be brief lane and ramp closures on part of the airport connectors starting tonight at eight o'clock it's for repaving writers says The work will be completed by 6 A.m. Tomorrow morning. Get news 24 7.

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Providence College Extends Remote Learning Through October 3

WBZ Morning News

00:27 sec | 4 d ago

Providence College Extends Remote Learning Through October 3

"College Down in Rhode Island, extending remote learning until the third of October, the Corona virus outbreak has affected more than 200 students. The school, acknowledging in a statement that the number of cases among students has been rising, it says it is aggressively testing students and staff and that its test positivity rate has been declining. Most of the students who have tested positive live off campus.

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Fresh "Rhode" from WBZ Afternoon News

WBZ Afternoon News

01:33 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh "Rhode" from WBZ Afternoon News

"Good onto rue one. Ah, sterile Drive East has backed up a bit coming into Lefferts Circle. The lower deck of 93 is good miking W. B. C's traffic on the three handsome bit gusty out. They're still right now, but the wind much calmer than it was for sure this morning taking look Out there at the power outages because of those gusty winds this morning looks like right now, according to Mima about 11,500 customers still in the dark, so slowly But surely we're getting things back online. It looks like later on tonight. It'll be good conditions for those line workers out there trying to restore power. Comfortable clearing. Not quite so windy alone. You're 58. For tomorrow. Beautiful plenty of sun out there. Great breeze. Tinier 75 clouds increase tomorrow night Low near 55 cooling Cloudy on Friday. Some rain at times with the high in the mid sixties. This's W B. C news radio 10 30 where the news watch never stops. Where 70 Right now It's the Sun makes its way down in Boston at 5 46. Good evening. I'm Nicole Davis here. The five things you need to know. Massachusetts lawmakers calling for action Now, after another incident at the Weymouth Compressor Station, Reps. Stephen Lynch says the station had a blowout event. In his words this morning, he says a temporary emergency shutdown is underway. Police asking for help in identifying four girls whose pictures were found as part of a cold case investigation in the murder of a 15 year old girl in Florida. This is Quincy police asking for help. The pictures can be found on our website WNBC radio news radio dot com As most of the state moves toward the second part is of face. Three reopening. Mayor Marty Walsh says Boston is not included as covert cases are going up on the governor of Rhode Island, Gina Raimondo says the state is creating a new task force that will try to encourage safer behavior for college age students. When it comes to Cove. It 5 47 President Trump Out West tonight in Duluth, Minnesota, holding a rally just about eight o'clock local time Now today before he left in Washington After appearing to address them in last night's debate, the president told reporters he does not know who the proud boys are. I can only say they have to stand down, let law enforcement.

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"rhode" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview

Monocle 24: The Big Interview

06:27 min | 5 d ago

"rhode" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview

"To the coronavirus US unfold I wanted to start there because also kind of wanting to make the case that people were skeptical of American leadership and its utility including an America including particularly American left that. Now, here's why this matters and you know the story is essentially you get an outbreak in a distant place in this west Africa with a Bola in twenty fourteen. The world is always a bit slow to react to these things because it's not right in front of them. The world. Health Organization actually was one of those pieces of the world that was very slow to react to. They didn't want to declare this an emergency in part because the countries of West Africa. Emergency and Parkas in you that declaration would carry the stigma for their economy and we were falling behind and I described the briefing we got whereas essentially. From the Centers for Disease Control. If this is not checked, there will be millions of people who will die and there was a curve that look just like a hockey stick on this chart that looks a lot like the coronavirus crews come to live with. And Obama had to make a series of decisions. Okay. We'll take this on and we'll centrally be the captain of the team internationally here and we'll go in in west Africa, will send the US military which never been done before since several thousand years troops to build logistics, hubs, healthcare centers where we could get assistance in but also. Hubs that we go to other countries and say, okay, reach setup this massive infrastructure in west Africa can you send US doctors? Can you send US money? Can you send US nurses? Can you send US experts and it led to a situation where you know the UK took responsibility for Sierra Leone the US took responsibility for Liberia France took responsibility for Guinea and then a whole dozens of countries sent ten thousand healthcare workers to west Africa including Cubans and Chinese working alongside Americans and stamped out a bowl and two people in the United States died of a below and you know I think something like eleven thousand. The number wrong. But something in the tens of thousands died total, which is a tragedy of course, but the fraction of what could have happened. In, you didn't have to draw a comparison to Cova because we're. So hobbies nobody was coordinating response national governments were at odds with each other. The W was pushed into the background by the US instead of being held by the US, and there's GonNa Patchwork of response in New South. Got It right in. Brazil. Got It wrong and that's not how the world should function in twenty twenty world should should have habits of cooperation. The reality is. As strong as China's if the US is not the one trying to build collective action, it doesn't happen. I'm always interested when you're creating this podcast. Did you have a sense of who you wanted to hear it I suppose I'm thinking of say twenty-six team and this idea of the echo chamber where people are sort of trapped in these bubbles just hearing things they thought they knew kind of felt anyway do you think the idea of convincing across the lines if that's a fair way to put it? Is that happening more now or people more entrenched and you know what did you hope the? PODCAST would contribute to that. So to be totally honest like I, think we're more entrenched and frankly what I hope for the podcast right is what I've found is that the far right in the world is very organized. That is your common sources of funding they sure common media platforms they tell common stories like Victor. Bombardment. Putin Donald Trump I'll have very similar messages and it progresses people in the left just don't and I was hoping that this podcast could be a place to bring together. People in America and other parts of the world who feeling similar sense of unease and to see and hear themselves and the voices of the people that I have an in each your starts at the kind of a story of one person. But then it adds up to multiple voices. So the principle thing I was hoping to convert to the podcast is create that sense that there's an international community of people who are just really worked and they. They can feel sense of solidarity when they hear a voice in the UK or hungry or India if an American someone sounds just like that or American here. So what facebook did to Myanmar in terms of propagating disinformation that lead to violence? What's happened here might make more sense. So I wanted to thick in that sense of community and then I wanted to speak to audiences. I wanted people on the left in America who want to write off. American. Enroll in the world to appreciate that, hey, we don't. Then it's just going to be left to the Chinese Communist Party in Vladimir Putin, and hopefully if anybody on the right in this country stumbles upon it, but they'll find like this is a deeply patriotic podcast that someone from a progressive perspective can believe America is capable of being a force for good in the world and that cuts against. Kind of their cartoon character version of us. But I think that I'm not hopeful that you know frankly will reach a bunch of people on the ride and that's just the world we live in in my corner of that world in my view is more the mobilization of progressives than it is the dial across difference that needs to be happening but I'm probably not the best voice for that. I know that you know asking a to predict how the next few months will go. It's probably a bit of a fool's game but do you have any sense of what might unfold you confidence about what might happen connection to? I think you know unfortunately. I think it's more likely than not the Joe Biden win. I think it's likely that if he does win, they'll be some scenario where it's not immediately clear perhaps on election night because amount voting trump says it's Reagan. There's a few very uncomfortable days of figuring out how to legitimizes results. The one thing I am confident predicting unfortunately is it no Matter who wins there will be huge upheaval in the United States because if Joe Biden's all these people that trump has radicalized for four years or not going to go away. This is the biggest mistake that I think regrets make the risk of violence in the streets, the risk of these kind of underground white national groups, kind of radicalizing further conspiracy theorist Cunanan. I think that we're in for very bumpy ride five months, and if trump wins I think that there could be an explosion of social unrest to. So unfortunately, I think either way social unrest questions around American social cohesion are going to be very pronounced heading into next year. With Ben. Rhodes thank you very.

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"rhode" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview

Monocle 24: The Big Interview

07:32 min | 5 d ago

"rhode" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview

"The ways in which trump is going to cheat the idea of the candidate for tomorrow when Obama and Unionist team started at the White House. What was of transposing I? Guess they're. The promise that so many people felt in Obama, when he was elected for the first time into platform for government, do you remember those days as being ones visit excitement? The possibility was there. A sense of a daunting task ahead. Yeah, what was weird is so unusual issue got elected at the height of the financial crisis and so basically the entire platform you campaigned on kind of had to be junked because. We're losing seven, hundred, thousand jobs a month the economy's literally into freefall. And you could be entering depression you know, and suddenly like you can't pay for all the things you promise, you would do the immediate job is just arrest collapse the economy. So I remember being very confusing period because on the one end you're. So you're excited we want these huge majorities we broken this barrier, the block president we're not try to do all these things legislatively. We know we can get past we control Congress and the other end you're like. This sky's falling and the first two years the Obama presidency were very. On the one hand, you have the excitement of passing historic healthcare legislation and reforms to how the system works and repealing. The ban on gays serving the military and passing equal pay legislation and investing hundred billion dollars in clean energy and the other angriest trying to stop the economy from cratering and trying to figure out how far you can push in a new direction and at the same time the radicalism of the Republican Party. The radicalization the Republican Party is taking hold with the tea party movement building. In this weird mix of white racially motivated anger and sense of grievance mixed with a lot of money being pumped in from Republicans special interest. So it was a wild weird time and in retrospect binds GONNA have an even weird if he's elected because the bottom has fallen out just as profoundly. And when he took by the radicalization of the Republican Party at that time and the rise of the tea party and this sort of potency out that moment of that kind of rhetoric. What kind of line do you draw from that moment through a Bama's presidency to the black lives matter protest to the Conversations demonstration that are happening now. It's a story of American history did there's always been to America's you know there's been the America that said are equal than the America that enslaved people at the same time we said that and ever since there's been a progressive American America, that is constantly changing evolving, extending more rights to more people wrestling with the original sin of slavery and racism versus America Says No. Actually America's just for some people for White People Might Christian people principally and everyone else is just visiting. Most of my life that conflict of stories was underneath the surface to some extent I think the Cold War in many ways, gay people, sense of common purpose. There is some things we agreed upon who we are as a nation, but these divisions were already becoming more acute but then I think the election of a block president is obviously very triggering event. To some people in this country to some white people in this country because it foreshadows the demographic changes that are happening generally that this is going to become a majority nonwhite country before the middle of the century on top of the financial crisis, which by the way in America as in Europe kind of collapse people's confidence that things are moving in A. Positive Direction that that institutions were competent that the people charged knew what they were doing that even though some people getting really rich that out globalization and the changes in the economy were were good for us and so America was very right as some places in Europe as the UK was for the right way to come along and say, Hey, you're angry. I can offer you the most traditional form of blogging there is which is nationalism and particularly ethnic nationalism in even though to some of us unless it makes sense wider, these kind of poor white people turn to parties have agendas set exacerbating quality, screw them does make sense to me because that's most powerful form belonging there is and I'll get very quickly. Because, they know give wind up I think there's a direct line from the party trump and it's a sense of white grievance. White nationalism that somebody is born in response to the financial crisis in the disruptions of globalization. Seven is in reaction to demographic change as the Republicans showed their cards and just became the clearest manifestation I think of a party white supremacy. Then the rest of US including what became black lives matter similar like we're not going to tiptoe around this either and if you go back and look at the way that Obama would talk very gently about racism it's very different from how the on folks talk about it in the street but I think that's a sense that the battle joined in this country right now and that there's you're seeing the purest manifestations of what have always been the opposing poles of what America is is America place the wrestles with its historical demons and improves. For more people from more places were more different colors or is America. Place. It is great when only a certain number of people. WHO ARE WHITE And Ben I'd like to turn to the podcast witted idea for it. Come from what motivated you to start the podcast and tell the stories in the ways he decided to tell them. The idea for me, I travel a lot around the world or at least used to when you could you know even after the administration because I would continue to grow with Obama when he went overseas and I started just talking to people more and more countries. Some US diplomats I knew but increasingly progressive activists types and what I found in seventeen eighteen is that. Americans were kind of in our trump drama and the rest of the rope is like moving on and they were basically like you off lost her mind and we can't afford to wait you know in you to figure some stuff out. And so at first, I was struck by the extent to which that was happening struck by the extent to which the problems with the same everywhere. Nationalism. It was just new breed of authoritarianism corruption. It was spreading disinformation and I felt a bit like someone in a dysfunctional family who has to walk outside of his own family to see what's happening at home and they by seeing how these trends were playing at in Europe and Asia and other places I understood was happening in America better. So then I said well, this could make a podcast where I basically take all these different global voices and try to tell the story of each of these transfers reshaping the world in the absence of America being America, and then obviously figure out where's the hope we're find potential common ground for what to do about it. The first episode, you discuss the coronavirus pandemic and you draw parallels to. Crisis, though happened during your watching the Obama Administration, the abode outbreak and I thought he was really fascinating. You go through the nuts and bolts of how that was approached of the kind of measures that. The Americans should take that time. Could you just walk us through some of those moments recollections from that time and what you feel whereas seen the response.

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"rhode" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview

Monocle 24: The Big Interview

08:21 min | 5 d ago

"rhode" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview

"Countries that we just have to vote for him. Yeah, not as much as last time I, think you know there was an underestimation at the degree of antipathy that the lot of people felt for the Clintons and I always felt like after. I should've seen that coming more because in two thousand, eight, we ran outside campaigning and sales. And in one tapping into a lot of the same frustration that the Clintons represented a certain kind of corruption and the represented what had gone wrong with globalization you know that it became a Dabo's club that it became the same people in the same positions of power that anger was very cute at the Clintons. In America and some it's not their fault. It's decades of right wing attacks. Summit is just how much time they were in the world. Stage in some it self inflicted Joe Biden just isn't that guy? He's been around Washington forever. So yeah, you can say he's a political establishment guy, but I don't think he occupies in the American mind you know the same sense of someone who hobnobbed in Davos and got distant from the people that's not as public image, and so I think he's just a hard target with a broad audience to pain as as a as the kind of manifestation of. You know to give the left wing perspective near the neo-liberal project that failed after the cold. War Right that said. Joe Biden is always been the middle, the Democrat Party a centrist, not in American politics, but essentially in the party itself you know, and so that makes them inherently a figure of distrust to people who might have supported Bernie and Elizabeth and the best argument. I. Can make to those people and I'm probably closer to them on the spectrum of the Democrat Party, the name to Joe Biden is that Joe Biden US precisely because he's always at the center where the Party is you guys have moved the Party so far to the left that Joe Biden is more running on a much more progressive platform, the Rock Obama, did doesn't eat so. Take your success. You guys have won a lot of these fights and he will have to govern in a way that is responsive that. Have more influence if you're trying to change democratic, party than you will if you're trying to burn it down. It strikes me as interesting that you know the way healthcare for example is now discussed you know. Seems, almost, single-handedly, the Bernie Sanders changed the tone of that debate but you know you look at polling on how big swathe Americans across the spectrum and think about how cam we'll have cash should be in the United States that does seem like you say like a remarkable achievement to me but it still sometimes maybe some doesn't seem like enough I'm curious about why maybe you think that whether it's an ongoing what the hunger can produce I guess even if the achievements of being made. I think what Bernie realized. Obama. When he pushed for just having a public option so Intimately familiar. System just the capacity for somebody to choose to be covered by Medicare that was called socialism and that was ultimately couldn't get in our healthcare law in that prevented us from covering it. I think an additional number of people. What Bernie realizes Redefine what the middle of this debate is and by just being completely relentless and unabashed shit in advocating a single payer system. Suddenly the public option is the the middle position is a centrist position, and again this, the position Obama was called the a socialist for two thousand nine is now the center of the debate. In. So Bernie has moved over to window on healthcare and I think that that's recognized by people left at the same time I think that they cut too. I think critiques broadly speaking of the Democratic Party that they have one is there still too tied to monied interests there's Campaign Finance, and other things have made Democrats. Push comes to shove they will. Embrace incremental because of their corporate donors or special interests that off too much influence in the party and to simply you know lack of ideological purity. The Democratic Party is much more diverse in every sense of the word than the Republican. Party. It's geographically diverse ethnically diverse and that they're just they're not the votes frankly medicare for all because some of those votes are like white guys from Western states or southern states in Congress. And I think that that that is a source of frustration to to some who are on the left you see a Republican Party, that is not at all shy about pushing for its most dogmatic positions, and this is the of tension that is playing out and Joe Biden elected by the central Manco Wade ostriches grow and to go back to the idea of the presidential election campaign, you have seen them from both sides of the. The bubble of it's fair to characterize it as that. Are there any moments from say the two, thousand, eight election campaign where you described it just a moment ago as as not site as campaign almost that sort of struck you as as maybe a turning point from within the campaign where the energy the confidence started to instill inside view the tangible effects of campaigning for was starting to take roots in the country. Yeah. So there are a couple of moments. You one of the primary the won't be a surprise people but. In the primary Obama was the underdog and Hillary at huge leads LE- by twenty points and. Obama was campaigning against the Iraq war in large part at that time because the seven. And there was debate in which they are asked about whether they engage in diplomacy the wrong and Obama said, yes, I would and then hillary kind of jumped on this and said, Oh, you're naive you're responsible and. In what Obama did he started camera home? Wasn't necessarily just a critique of her farm policy. It was like this is just the Washington playbook. Got Us into Iraq like what we can't talk to other countries like this is the same mindset that Gaza Iraq in some being was tapped because what was interesting I saw the Hillary campaign. Go from being on offense on this issue to sell it being defense. Never get they started sending out mailers you know saying she's not really for war with Iran she just doesn't think we should have diplomacy with Iran and that's when you know she's playing our frame in it seems like a small moment but it was actually a big moment to me because it was that sense of people just pissed off people like after the Iraq war, the sense that they've been lied to the Senate Washington has a wave speaking about issues. It doesn't make any sense that disconnected from the lives of ordinary people and this was put a whole bunch of other. Issues. But then this happened again, obviously more acutely in the general election when the financial crisis too cold in John. McCain said the fundamentals of the economy are strong and Barack Obama when on won the election that day it wasn't that hard to say which economies he talking about not the one that is lives by homeowners not the one that is led by people who are starting to get laid off would both those moments had in common was the sense that Obama was amidst in vanguard of a building wave of outside energy that was going to wash over Washington and trump. Captured that as much smaller by the way a wave if you look at National Public opinion but but his was much more rooted in different set of grievances, racial grievances particular. But you do need to kind of get that sense of like an outsider campaign. You have such a critique of the person you're running against that anything that comes up can be slotted into that critique and bras against. Hillary was a McCain. These people are yesterday you know and and yesterday his field you and bottomless tomorrow and that was it and I think what Biden it's a little different disease not nestle. Yeah. Tomorrow has been around for so long it's. You all know intuitively even somebody prove voted for trump that this guy is just not up for and that because he's not up for two hundred, thousand people are dead in the economy is falling apart and I'm going to hire the right people and fight for the right things and these and. Questions whether that is enough to harness the energy overcome all.

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"rhode" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview

Monocle 24: The Big Interview

07:35 min | 5 d ago

"rhode" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview

"The best argument I can make to those people and I'm probably closer to that on the spectrum that party the named Joe but is that Joe Biden is precisely because he's always at the center where the Party is. You guys have moved the Party so far to the left. Job is more running on a much more progressive platform. Rob Obama did eat so so. Take your success like. You, guys have won a lot of these fights and he will have to govern in a way that is responsive to that and you have more influence if you're trying to change Democratic Party than you will if you try to Bernadette. For eight years between two, thousand, nine and two, thousand seventeen Ben Rhodes served as deputy national security adviser to Barack. Obama. Invite time ideas of national security changed in tangible ways in the United States that tone having been set in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks in the US September the eleventh two, thousand and one which took the US to war in Afghanistan and in Iraq. During his tenure in the royal roads in the room curing some of the key moments of the Obama presidency. The attempts at dialogue with Iran, the normalization of relations with Cuba, the signing of the Paris climate accord the killing by US Navy seals Somma bin. Laden and the successful attempts to curb the Abo- zeke outbreaks on US soil. Rhodes began his work with Obama as a speechwriter on the then senators two thousand, eight presidential campaign, and he has over the years recounted many of those chapters of the storage political career as a writer, apart, Kosta and political commentator. His new podcast missing America aims to highlight and suggest remedies some of the effects of Donald Trump's first term in office I'm Thomas Lewis, and for the first episode of a special series of the US presidential election I sucked on with Ben Rhodes for the big interview. Ben Rhodes very warm welcome to the big interview just to begin on a very broad brush question. Bad. We are very close to election day if you to characterize the sort of state of the race with the tone of the race right now at the moment so far how would you describe it? Well, character the state of the race as totally unlike any election I've been involved in my life in the sense that Joe Biden is. Quite comfortably head. If you look at the public opinion surveys, he has bigger. Leeds Alabama had in two thousand and eight. When we ended up winning in a landslide however nobody is confident that it's possible to have a free and fair election in the United. States. In Two thousand, twenty governed by Donald Trump in. So it's election where Frankly the biggest challenge to abide and victory. May, just be whether it's at all possible to to to have a free and fair election and that is a new element. I'm aware of many friends in other countries you have to deal with that come election time, but that's a new phenomenon here in America? and. It seems as though that is I feel as though activism, the United States of course also has a different turn to this year as well. Given all of the upheavals that are still ongoing in the US. I've spoken to few activists who talked about the ways of they're pushing back can trying to hold people to account to ensure the systems are in place in a rigorous enough to ensure the election is is free fad you confident that that is enough The challenge in the United States with an election in particular is at the election system is set up an incredibly decentralized way. So it's not one election. It's fifty state elections, and then even in states they're all men are of more local election and studies. And the Republican Party for very long time has figured out how to hack that apparatus. The. Jim Crow laws enacted. To basically dig dig into places where Republicans have any degree power to prevent black people from voting prevent Martin's communities from voting, make it far easier for some people the vote than others. Now, we see obvious efforts to tamper with or de-legitimize mail and voting, which is very normal in the United States until now. So the problem activism is No matter how hard you try You can't plug every hole. You know you have to replicate that degree of activism in every state in every county in every city, and so there's always just that fear that where might there be a blind spot and if that is in an important state that can make the difference right and so yes, there's a higher degree of actors in than I've seen before but there's still sense of. Panic that that it might not be now. I'm what's your assessment? Of Joe Biden's campaign so far it's been a presidential campaign that no other candidates in political history in the US has had to run given the circumstances of this year what you make of how that campaigns being run. I'm do you think it's an effective one? In these final weeks before Election Day. Look it was always an unusual campaign is unusual that that he went from way behind to essentially locking up the Democratic nomination in a couple of weeks. Because people just decided like we cannot afford to take any chances in this election with a younger person or a more socialist person like Bernie like this idea get biden as an experienced well, lights decent guy everybody knows and is comfortable with. That that was kind of the rationale that led him to cola support because in native trump people felt that you couldn't take risk that same ethos is carried into the campaign through code which is. He should just demonstrate. Decency the fact that he'll hire the right people the fact that he'll kind of try to detoxify the American presidency in send that message in his come daily appearances, and in that sufficient in insofar as it becomes a referendum on trump, that's an advantage for Democrats trump wants to make it a referendum on. Hillary and Biden. His is not giving him the ammunition to do that I think the one challenge here when he has to close the deal is making more of a case about why him and what he's going to do. Rather than just discount drafting off the averages of trump and what he would do for an economy in the United States that has been battered by covert but already had an equities in what he would do to mobilize voting constituencies who care about things like climate change you know and he's beginning to do that but I think you'll need to do. More of that to close the deal here because people know intuitively that they should vote against trump but I think in order to risk losing them at the last minute you also have to make sure that they feel like they know why they're voting for Joe Biden spoken to a few during the process and at the stop, the primary process to. Some people who were supporting sanders similar supporting Elizabeth Warren Spitting. To some of them sort of very recently who seem to be still fairly suspicious of Joe Biden some of them some of them have said that when I can't possibly vote for Joe Biden. which is sort of as an aside to the processes struck me as. Quite surprising and maybe shocking to a certain degree as the narrative goes that seems to what happened in some parts. Henry Clinton. Last time around is that something you're hearing is that something that you think might be risk or is there a sense that there is a galvanizing of light? Well, Joe Biden might not be preferred.

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Man Fatally Stabbed at Providence Place Mall in Rhode Island

WBZ Midday News

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Man Fatally Stabbed at Providence Place Mall in Rhode Island

"Following breaking news out of Providence, Rhode Island, where police are investigating a deadly stabbing at Providence Place Mall. W P R reporting this happened late this morning on the mall's third floor, right by the Food court. Right now, we have no word on a suspect who this victim might be The motive. What might have happened here? Lots of police and other officials at the mall right now.

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U.S. Agency Urges End To Below-Minimum Wage For Workers With Disabilities

Morning Edition

04:05 min | Last week

U.S. Agency Urges End To Below-Minimum Wage For Workers With Disabilities

"So for 82 years, American labor law has had a carve out for some workers with disabilities they could be paid less than minimum wage. This was meant to encourage employment of more people. But today a top federal civil rights watchdog says the exemption should end because it's been trapping workers in job programs that they call exploitative and discriminatory. NPR's Alina, sell your reports. Jerry Dagostino had a job but couldn't afford a few things he wanted to do, like, go out to eat. Sometimes daughter more days go to events. He was working alongside other people with disabilities at a center in Rhode Island, doing what he calls bench work road tasks like fitting rings into heating tubes. Packaging ice packs, assembling boxes for jewelry. If I remember correctly, my first my first paycheck was only 12 box. I just question myself a cz. You know, I really don't want to keep doing that worked for my whole life. Dagostino now works at a supermarket where his paycheck is a lot more than $12 total. But he spent years in that center which made him below minimum wage, thanks to that carve out in the labor law. Centers like that are often called sheltered workshops because they keep people with disabilities in a separate cluster there, pay is estimated to average $3.34 an hour. To calculate individual pay. The center's regularly time their workers comparing how fast they do tasks to an experienced non disabled worker half as fast half the pay Now the U. S Commission on Civil Rights says this programme and the law should be phased out. In short. The program doesn't work and it is designed in a way that it can't work. Catherine Lehman chairs the commission, she says. Instead of expanding opportunities, the program's limit them don't really prepare people for work in the community jobs with regular wages. I was. I was ashamed of the ways that we have operated now over a decade's a federal assumption that people with disabilities Are less capable full employment than people without disabilities. A lot of data are missing about sub minimum wage programs, including how many people they employ. Estimates range from 100,000 to 4 times that Most have intellectual and developmental disabilities. Commonly, the program's a run by nonprofits. They get state and federal money to support these jobs. Many of them have government contracts. And their most vocal supporters are some of the workers families who want the programs to remain an option, a safe environment for relatives with disabilities. One mother, Linda Howe, from Wisconsin, testified before the Civil Rights Commission in November. We're parents with their son's best interest at heart. Any suggestion that we would allow him to be taken advantage of our discriminated against is an insult. Families like hers helped workshops flood the commission with a record number of comments asking to let the program's B Some described workers with quote severe disabilities worried about where they'd go, Lehman says that is why her agency is recommending a careful, gradual phaseout. Disability rights advocates have wanted such a phase out for years. They point to success stories of people thriving outside of the systems that underestimated thumb A new Lewis. We're now fights against sheltered workshops at the National Federation of the Blind, testified about his past work running one thinking he was doing the right thing, And because of that misguided compassion, these individuals been significant part of their lives. Wasting away in that works out making money for our center but wasting away. And I I'm just sitting here really feeling sad about what I perpetuated because there is a better alternative. Four states have abolished sheltered workshops to support more jobs in the community. Seven states have moved to end wages below the minimum. Several federal bills trying to do so on a national level have so far failed.

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U.S. Agency Urges End To Below-Minimum Wage For Workers With Disabilities

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:07 min | Last week

U.S. Agency Urges End To Below-Minimum Wage For Workers With Disabilities

"So for eighty two years American labor law has had a carve out for some workers with disabilities they paid less than minimum wage. This was meant to encourage employment of more people today a top federal civil rights watchdog says the exemption should end because it's been trapping workers in job programs they call exploitative and discriminatory NPR's Lena Seljuk reports. Jerry. Douglas Dino had a job but couldn't afford a few things he wanted to do like go out to eat sometimes. Vase Goto events. He was working alongside other people with disabilities at a center in Rhode. Island. Doing what he calls bench work road tasks like fitting rings into heating tubes packaging ice packs assembling boxes for jewellery. If I remember correctly by I by first paycheck was only twelve bucks I just cautioned myself as you know. I really don't WanNa keep doing what my whole life Doug AC- now works at a supermarket where his paycheck is a lot more than twelve dollars total but he spent years in that center which made him below minimum wage. Thanks to that carve out in the labor law centers like that are often called sheltered workshops because they keep people with disabilities a separate cluster their pay is estimated to average three dollars and thirty four cents an hour to calculate individual pay. The centers regularly time their workers comparing how fast they do tasks to inexperienced non-disabled worker half as fast half the pay. Now, the US Commission on Civil Rights says this program and the law should be phased out in short the program doesn't work and it is designed in a way that it can't work Kathryn Lehman chairs the commission she says instead of expanding opportunities, the programs limit them don't really prepare people for work in the community jobs with rights wages I was. I was ashamed of the ways that we have operated. Now over a decades, a federal assumption that people with disabilities are less capable. Full employment than people without disabilities, a lot of data are missing about sub minimum wage programs including how many people they employ estimates range from one hundred, thousand to four times that most have intellectual and developmental disabilities. Commonly, the programs run by nonprofits, they get state and federal money to support these jobs many of them have government. And their most vocal supporters are some of the workers families who won the programs to remain an option a safe environment for relatives with disabilities. One mother Linda how from Wisconsin testified before the Civil Rights Commission in November we are parents with our son's best interest at heart. And you suggestion that we would allow him to be taken. Advantage of are discriminated against is an insult families like hers helped workshops flood the commission with a record number of comments asking to lead the programs be some described workers with quote severe disabilities worried about where they go Lehman says, that is why her agency is recommending a careful gradual phase out disability rights advocates have wanted such A. Phase. Out For years the point to success stories of people thriving outside of the systems that underestimated them, and you'll Lewis fights against sheltered workshops at the National Federation of the blind testified about his past work running one thinking he was doing the right thing and because misguided compassion these individuals spend significant part of their lives wasting away in that workshop making money for our center but wasting away. And I am sitting here. Really feeling sad about what I perpetuated because there is a better alternative four states have abolished sheltered workshops to support more jobs in the community. Seven states have moved to end wages below the minimum several federal bills trying to do so on a national level have so far failed. Alina. So you NPR, news Washington.

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What Is The Law On Revenge Porn?

Nightside with Dan Rea

03:23 min | 2 weeks ago

What Is The Law On Revenge Porn?

"Called Revenge. Porn was a high profile case, which you alluded to in the court. A member of Congress, a first term member of Congress, by the wound by name of Katie. Democrat from California. She apparently got involved in a relationship. You don't have to go to all the details, but someone in that relationship once the relationship with South They posted some pictures of her cause to her position in Congress. Who knows if she'll recover from it. Theo thing that was interesting to me is that there's no federal law about revenge point. Absolutely What's really strange hearing. You would think this is something that the federal government would do. But on the other hand, 46 states and the District of Columbia have state laws. The big problem is that the state laws or like a patchwork quilt, they're totally different. So let me just give you a quick illustration just going through the list in New England here. So in Connecticut, the revenge poor law. Requires the person to show that there was intent to cause harm. By posting intimate images. What do you get for that? Mr Meter if you are in Rhode Island You have to have the unauthorized dissemination of indecent material again. A Mr Peter. It's only a felony. If you do it twice or if you try to extort the person In vain. You have tohave sexually explicit photos and they have to be on the Internet. So that means it doesn't necessarily count if you have it on Instagram or Facebook or something else. And there, there's a financial penalty. There's a $2000 fine. The other states don't have any financial Tevin penalty there. There's a misdemeanor in Vermont. We have nude or sexually explicit photos or videos. So all of those other states I just talked about are just pictures. Vermont actually covers video as well as pictures and probably the most severe. New England you could get up to two years of prison time and a $2000 fine. And in New Hampshire. It's also a felony, but it's much more difficult to prove because you have to post private sexual images with the intent to harass, intimidate, threaten or coerce. The person that you're posting the images about, so it's a pretty complex problems. That's an element of that. There's an extra element of the crime there, which which needs to be proven all the elements of the crime. Exactly. And now with Massachusetts, the home state well, Massachusetts has no law. And so that's the good illustration. I've just come true. The list of the six New England States. Five of the six haven't least some coverage, although they vary by felony misdemeanor, whether it's a find what you need to prove. Massachusetts has no state law. And so if you had a federal law, obviously, people in Massachusetts would be covered. But what would happen today? If someone posted revenge porn? Let's say in New Bedford, and the person was in Rhode Island. There would be no issue because the person was posting it in New Bedford in Massachusetts, And that means Massachusetts has the law therefore, It wouldn't be prosecuted for it. Well,

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Hobby Lobby raising its minimum wage to $17 an hour

WBZ Afternoon News

00:23 sec | 2 weeks ago

Hobby Lobby raising its minimum wage to $17 an hour

"The ante on paying its employees what it considers an acceptable minimum wage. The company is going to start raising its hourly rate to $17 an hour next month. This move will blow away some state mandated minimums for its employees in all of the stores in New England. Hobby lobby runs 10 stores in New England. The move will top the $12 rate in Massachusetts and the upcoming weighs in Rhode Island as well in normal times

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Boston - Massachusetts Reports 235 New Coronavirus Cases, 9 Additional Deaths

Ron St. Pierre

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

Boston - Massachusetts Reports 235 New Coronavirus Cases, 9 Additional Deaths

"Department of Health and released any information over the weekend, so it's cumulative when it is released on Monday. The death toll in Rhode Island now, unfortunately, is over 2075 people and the known cases so far 23,130, according to the Rhode Island Department of Health. If you crossed the line into Massachusetts, the department of Public Health they're reported an additional nine covert 19 deaths 235 new cases in the Bay State. The confirmed cases in Massachusetts now stands at 123,139. Unfortunately, the number of confirmed deaths in Massachusetts 9000 and

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There's been a significant jump in the number of people who have died in car crashes this year in Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

01:11 min | 2 weeks ago

There's been a significant jump in the number of people who have died in car crashes this year in Philadelphia

"A significant jump in the number of people who have died in car crashes this year in Philadelphia is we're given abuse crime injustice. Reporter Christian Joe Hansen, the city has among The highest car related fatalities in the country, whether on foot on bike or in another car vehicle. Fatalities are up 25% from this time last year, captain of the accident investigation district mark over. Why says the numbers seem to parallel the pandemic that may have to do with the lack of vehicles one of Rhodes right now because of the covert pandemic and some of the restrictions that are place, he says, with less people on the roads, it seems, drivers are going faster. Capita Philly ranks among the highest in the nation. Almost voices likely that someone involved in a crash fill it off. You will be killed as compared to New York City, which says a lot because New York City's population is around eight million and Philadelphia's is over one as an example. 32 year old William Lindsay was killed by a car in mid July while riding his bike on Ridge Avenue in East Falls. The driver left him at the scene, and now there's a $25,000 reward for information leading To the identity of the driver,

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Philadelphia officials say spike in fatal car crashes could be related to COVID-19 pandemic

KYW 24 Hour News

01:12 min | 2 weeks ago

Philadelphia officials say spike in fatal car crashes could be related to COVID-19 pandemic

"Now spent a significant jump in the number of people who have died in car crashes this year in Philadelphia. The city has among the highest car related fatalities in the country, and police have a theory. As to why this K one W crime injustice. Reporter Kristin Joe Hansen, whether on foot on bike or in another car vehicle fatalities are up 25% from this time last year, captain of the accident investigation District mark over. Why says the numbers seem to parallel the pandemic. Some of it may have to do with the lack of vehicles one of Rhodes right now because of the covert pandemic in some of the restrictions that are place, he says, with less people on the roads, it seems, drivers are going fast. Er per capita Philly ranks among the highest in the nation. Almost voices likely that someone involved in a crash fill it off. You might be killed as compared to New York City, which says a lot because New York City's population is around eight million, and Philadelphia's is over one as an example, 32 year old William Lindsay was killed by a car in mid July while riding his bike on Ridge Avenue in East Falls. The driver left him at the scene, and now there's a $25,000 reward for information. Leading to the identity of

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Vehicle fatalities up 25% in Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

01:13 min | 2 weeks ago

Vehicle fatalities up 25% in Philadelphia

"Jump in the number of people who have been killed in car crashes this year in Philadelphia and his cave What Abi's Crime and Justice reporter Kristin Joe Hansen tells us the city has among the highest car related fatalities in the country, whether on foot on bike or in another car vehicle. Fatalities are up 25% from this time last year, captain of the accident investigation district mark over. over. Why Why says says the the numbers numbers seem seem to to parallel parallel the the pandemic? pandemic? Some Some of of it it may may have have to to do do With With the the lack lack of of vehicles vehicles one one of of Rhodes Rhodes right right now now because because of of the the covert covert pandemic pandemic in in some some of of the the restrictions restrictions that that are are place, place, he he says. says. With With less less people people on on the the roads, roads, it it seems, seems, drivers drivers are are going going faster faster per per capita capita Philly Philly ranks ranks among among the the highest highest in in the the nation. nation. Almost voices likely that someone involved in a crash fill it off. You might be killed as compared to New York City, which says a lot because New York City's population is around eight million, and Philadelphia's is over 1.5 as an example, 32 year old William Lindsay was killed by a car in mid July while riding his bike on Ridge Avenue in East Falls. The driver left him at the scene. And now there's a $25,000 reward for information leading to the identity of the driver. Kristen Joe

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41. Scuba Air Quality, Project AWARE Week 2020

Scuba Shack Radio

05:11 min | 2 weeks ago

41. Scuba Air Quality, Project AWARE Week 2020

"Way Back. In episode seventeen, I did a segment on project aware. It's history and the work the organization was doing. I also introduced you to the ten steps or tips for divers in making a difference things like being a role model or being buoyancy expert. One of the things that Patty and project aware initiated in two thousand eighteen was project aware week. We are closing in on the third annual project aware week, and it runs from September nineteenth to the twenty seventh this year. So. Why are they doing this? Well, Patty and project aware went to jointly celebrate the power of the global dive community and inspire positive action in support of a healthy ocean. And we WANNA do this not only with our diving, but also with our everyday life. Our actions and our choices can make a difference. Why the global dive community. Focus. Well. That's pretty easy to understand. We knew we know what the ocean has to offer as divers. We've been there to see all of its wonders and we've also been there to see it struggles. who better than us to advocate the oceans? One of the themes of this year's project where week is that one single person can make a difference. Earlier this year I attended our annual patio update by a regional manager. Ironically it was in person just a couple of days before the lockdown. Doing that presentation, Rob introduced me to a slogan that Patty is put forth. Seek adventure save the Ocean. That's pretty powerful. We all know about the adventure park. Getting to explore so much of the planet that most people don't experience. Patty training and travel has been enabling to seek adventure part for a long time. Their commitment to project aware continues to work on saving the ocean. But this year, there's a renewed effort on one single person making a difference. And that's becoming a patty torchbearer. Inspired by the Patty logo, torchbearers are committed to take the health of the planet and taking steps to heal the environment. Patti's mission here is to create one billion torchbearers by twenty fifteen. Certainly a bold endeavor. That's why one of the things we can do during this year's project where week is to promote the recruitment of Patty torchbearers? Becoming Patty Torchbearer. And you can easily do it from the conservation tab of the Patty website. Some things that torchbearers think about are being stewards for the ocean and your local beaches. Ditching the disposable lifestyle being a voice for the ocean shopping sustainably, and finally choosing experiences instead of things. A billion torch bearers is a big number and will be a very big voice. Project. Aware. We can also be time to conduct the project aware specialty course or other aware courses. We're going to be conducting the project aware Coral Reef Conservation Specialty, clash during project aware week, and we're also going to make it a point to have our social media focusing on seeking adventure and saving the ocean and concentrating on the two thousand and twenty project aware themes. A few weeks ago we were at our first open water certification dives in Rhode Island, a beautiful spot, but also threatened by debris. One of our newly certified divers entered her dive with a disposable coffee container. There was noticeable trash on the beach and in shallow areas among the SEAGRASS. So now I'm thinking, we really need to incorporate the project aware dive against debris specialty class into our schedule, and we're going to be doing that in October. Our shop is proud to support project aware with our one hundred percent aware commitment. And the project aware specialty course we routinely offer and a new things we have out there from project aware. Two Thousand and twenty has certainly been a challenge. Take. Some time during project. Aware we to reflect on how we can move forward together. and become a patty torchbearer, make two, thousand and twenty one, the turning

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Flash flooding submerges roads across Washington, DC area

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:12 min | 2 weeks ago

Flash flooding submerges roads across Washington, DC area

"All right. Thanks so much. Baba. We continue to have a lot of flooding is as Bob and The The extent extent of of herd herd have have mentioned mentioned route route 51 51 of of the the busiest busiest roads roads in in our our area area is is flooded, flooded, completely completely impassable impassable east east of of Kennel Kennel Worth Worth Avenue. Avenue. After After all all of of this this rain rain has has fallen fallen double double DT DT Opie's Opie's Dave Dave Building Building has has been been on on the the scene. scene. We We see see cars cars submerged submerged in in that that area area is is a a picture picture on on Twitter Twitter at at building building double duty opiates. Quite the picture will have more from Dave Coming up with all these floodwaters rising rapidly in D. C. Vito Maggiolo with DC fires telling you to turn around. If you see standing water fire, any image has been very busy responding to a number of water rescue incidents. I'm currently at the 600 block of Rhode Island Avenue northeast, where the underpass had become flooded with a number of vehicle submerged. We have searched all the vehicles and we have found nobody inside. We have treated one person who wasn't a vehicle who had escaped. Magilla says 30. Cars were reported submerged on Rock Creek Parkway in the last hour, he says dozens of calls for water rescues have come in since the early afternoon. Stay with double D t o p. Your weather alert station

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There Is Some Terrifying Flooding in Washington, DC Area Right Now

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:49 min | 2 weeks ago

There Is Some Terrifying Flooding in Washington, DC Area Right Now

"Flooding flooding unfolding unfolding across across parts parts of of the the Metro Metro area, area, Metro Prince George's County, Inter Montgomery County, the eastern side of the District of Columbia, Northwest Washington as well and parts of Arlington and that's where we will begin. George Washington Memorial Parkway is flooded and we understand impassable between four mile run in the south entrance to Ronald Reagan National Airport. That's a limited access by way, which means you're going to have trouble turning around. I think there's a wall on the median strip there, which means once you go north or south toward that area of high water, you might be stuck trapped between that rising water and the drivers behind you, And that's one of the many dangerous on a day like today, it's not as simple as just turning around. In some cases once you commit, sometimes you are stuck. You're put in a very dangerous situation. 3 95 South bound flooding before Glebe Road at most, only a single file. Getting by 1 10 under Memorial Avenue Impassable, Color says You can't get by north and South bound. This is also tangling Traffic on Washington Boulevard near Memorial Bridge, Rock Creek Parkway, Deepwater reported near the Kennedy Center portions of Beach Drive. In northwestern Washington and near Montgomery County near the Montgomery County line were flooded. There's at least one water rescue in progress right now, and there were a couple earlier last hour. DC 2 95 to 95 areas of very deep water single file Getting passed them along the Anacostia River. It will take time. Northeast Washington There is significant street flooding, even on major avenues like New York Avenue and Rhode Island Avenue. Some of the side streets with poor drainage, especially lower lying there going to be impassable. And so all the more reason If you haven't left your garage or your office place in the parking lot where you are on higher ground. You definitely absolutely do not want to commit to driving until That flash flood warning expires or is cancelled. Also in Virginia, Virginia, south south bound bound on on

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Boston - Massachusetts Just Had Its Hottest Summer On Record, Climate Report Says

WBZ Afternoon News

00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

Boston - Massachusetts Just Had Its Hottest Summer On Record, Climate Report Says

"Time whether to hot summertime weather. In fact, it was the hottest meteorological summer on record in Massachusetts, also in Connecticut, Rhode Island and Arizona. The average temperature in Massachusetts between June and August was 71.4 degrees. Noah reports that the contiguous US experienced its fourth hottest summer between June and August. And the third warmest month off August. BBC TV chief meteorologist Eric Fisher notes that Providence are its hottest summer on record, Hartford tied its record and Worcester and its second hottest, hot out

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Boston - New Guidance on Massachusetts-Rhode Island Travel Restrictions

WBZ Midday News

00:57 sec | 3 weeks ago

Boston - New Guidance on Massachusetts-Rhode Island Travel Restrictions

"About the state's cove in 19 travel restrictions. Few states that were recently taken off the list apparently do not meet all the criteria to do so. There's two factors that have to be met here. A state needs seven consecutive days of a lower than 5% positive test average, and they also need to have a daily average of fewer than six new positive tests per 100,000 residents again. This is for seven straight days. Now. The Providence Journal reports Wyoming, Pennsylvania, Delaware and West Virginia, all four of which are now off the restriction list. Well, they all missed on at least one of these metrics. But Rhode Island is still on the restriction list. And that state too, is close. But not quite there with the metrics. Massachusetts residents can do a quick trip over the border. Maybe go to shopping and do some similar activities like that. Go to a restaurant without taking a test. But if you're in Rhode Island for any extended period before you come back to Massachusetts. You still have to get a test or quarantine when you come back over the border, 12 away

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"rhode" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

04:48 min | Last month

"rhode" Discussed on Radio Boston

"So. We know that there are real struggles in the fishing industry in New England. We know that that is part of the story behind the rise of Mari. Or Squid as you talked about it in this urgency to get squid into. Palo recipes and mainstream dining as a political observer which you are are you surprised today to see the New England fishing industry showing up in places like national conventions right now really is remarkable on both sides of the aisle and you know as a New England or on proud as someone who likes to fish a lot I think that's great that these issues are being highlighted on. It's tough though in a convention in A. Rhode Island shout-out during the roll call or three minute speech to really delve into these very complex issues in a meaningful way. But at the very least if it encourages people to you know read a little bit more ask more questions about these industries. I think that's only positive. Now you talk about this confluence of events, political events and business events that led to representative McNamara being in the position to try to push for a state an official state appetizer in Mari can you tell us a little bit about that at and was there controversy around? Housing legislation for an official state appetizer there was and that's what what in part got me. So interested in this story because this was not actually an easy legislative victory took time and convincing words political infighting chairman McNamara used some language under the godfather to describe what was going on and I spoke to him today we followed up because I wanted to check in with him and He's real excited about the publicity obviously that this continues to get. But at the time he had opposition not only from Republicans who thought this was silly legislation I think at the time they're only six in the legislature, but still and from from other lobby groups like the quaters you know. Who wanted that kind of representation to he had to remind them to know you're already the official state shellfish but but you know Calamar Squid deserves it's it's day in the sun too. So he had to convince his own legislative body to take seriously the add to convince Rhode Island voters as well who have as you know strong feelings Abou about their food culture and so there was actually a lot of controversy around whether this was serious whether this was going to be ultimately good for the squid. Indus. Industry. If it was going to punish other industries if this was going to help make Rhode Island look better or worse. There was a lot that went into this that you wouldn't. You wouldn't imagine with such a seemingly innocuous bill, but but it wasn't innocuous. So in our our last minute or so did it deliver I'm GonNa try another Pun did. And economy have legs now that it didn't before because of this push for the Calamari industry will yes or no? German macnamara would will tell you that it. It's been tremendous for Rhode Island tourism both in the wake of its passing, and later they've had Calamar festival that that's been very successful for the last five years minus because of COVID and he says demand has been up all the fishing vessels are are out He says that economically had their largest landing of sixty million square just the last year. And he said that the DNC shoutout got the Rhode Island Restaurant Industry the biggest biggest boost it's ever gotten from any kind of publicity campaign..

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"rhode" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

02:14 min | 9 months ago

"rhode" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

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"rhode" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

09:48 min | 9 months ago

"rhode" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"They eat the Improv in DC the night before the way they he cut in that old performance footage of him. I I thought it was a PBS. Knocked it out of the park with that are acceptable award. The Mark Twain Mark Twain Award. which is that's like that's the Pulitzer Prize for a comedian? You know the first comedian ever to win. The Mark Twain Award was Richard Prior you know and they do it at the Lincoln Center Jenner. It's a big deal and I love the fact that he he honored Tony Woods. Dino Tony I've known Tony such a beautiful guy in the business everybody said forever that Chapelle You know learn how to do stand up from him and Chapelle takes a moment to say in the thing. You know You Know Miles Davis was copy and Dizzy Gillespie. And if I'm miles Davis I was copying you you know. You're you're the first comedian I ever saw. who was doing it right right the way it was supposed to be your honest and fearless and you know Julie Great and it's It makes you really Mike. I'm when I got into comedy the level I thought I was GONNA make it to was the level of the comics that couldn't make it because of their alcohol and drug abuse problems. You know what I'm saying. There's a thousand of those knows. Yeah the the room that you know they just travel to get high and that that's it they think if you live at lying you're gay if you play the Improv your corporate corporate sell out they have an excuse for every level of what you doing comedy accept. What they're doing they're playing like moon jugs comedy room in flocking getting bump bump bump flock and it's just a like I'm I'm honored to be where I'm at right right now? Nobody's more Gripen. I I feel the same way. Fuck I am. I'm not the most famous film so Greg for for what I have I know exactly talk I am. I came from so when they call them my name up to the average like Oh my God that bullshit my way through this l. like young Cayenne. That's why I've never caught onto now this shit and watch the Kevin Hart thing on Netflix. I love cabin. What can I would have watched it to be cow? That's a different life academy that I I told you last night my my my my utopia for comedy was living at the Chelsea shooting. Heroin doing comedy in between Twain. Strippers like Lenny Bruce. I read that I go. I could accept that there was no TV. Then there was no friends Seinfeld Info that had nothing doing all that shit you know how I ended up here and what I was completely different with that where my head is out as a comic I took. I had that experience variance because Mitch Hedberg lived at the Chelsea. Ninety eight to two thousand. When I was living in Wall Street Mitch Richmond? He died in two thousand and five. So it's fifteen fifteen years now march March fifteen years of March So Hedberg was one of my best friends in that period period. And we've done a ton of coke at the Chelsea we weren't at the Chelsea we're at my rockstar. Apartment in the Wall Street area was after my sitcom at tons of cash rush and just yet like two guitars in his room at the Chelsea. We'd sit up all night drinking and Sniffen Oh We'd be down in Wall Street at my place playing music and dancing on furniture bringing people back that we met after the shows and stuff was a lot of fun so I had that that Chelsea hotel drug experience then it was great man. 'cause there's like they redo with it might still gritty Is Still Gritty. I mean there was some rooms that were nicer than others. We got invited to some other people's rooms or were you know there was some bigger suite rooms on the higher floors but all in the lobby and up down the staircase where all these fantastic paintings by artists. Who had lived there? That couldn't pay. Hey there rent. That gave him art. You know and Just so much great artistic history there. It's been quite a ride on pro. Yeah Yeah I mean I feel like I'm I'm a moving into the the best period of my life in my comedy song. My you know so crazy because I know I've had so much Experiences and I have so much wisdom knowledge. Now you know that I did is. It's so weird how I learned so much about why you know. When I came in leave it was talking about that? He went out but the will theater. You know in front of his mom and it was great. Eight and this year I was I was going to do the the other thing. Chevrolet theater and I thought real hard I know my gonNa take league with the thought about a really hard and then we came to me and ask them I go on with you. And then he goes to Steve Simone and I go. I don't want to take take you to that theater anymore and I felt really guilty about it. Because I know would be his time to see his mom. I want to see his mom but I want leader take the journey. I felt I didn't do too Twee Amar. Nobody took me to a fucking. Nobody took me to a deed until the seven year mark. And I fucking die the slow death I think Lee needs to see the journey of this because it will help him with all other areas of his life. You know and I think that's what the comic career for me was A. It was a whole therapeutic. Twenty thirty five year took me to find out who the fuck I was but my voice was about what I really wanted. You know that's hard. It's really hard to look at yourself in the mirror and go. What do I really want? You know like a friend of mine said you gotTa ride down seven times and then give yourself the answer answer you know now is what. And it wasn't me writing down seven times. That's a great way of doing it. It was taken the journey. This is a journey man. You know and the comedy journey is the manhood journey on the womanhood journey or the story of the woman that has to adjust eleven A.. Man's ends world to do fucking comedy like Whitney Cummings and and you know. All the great female comics have had cut their pussies off. Put Scott stable red red or scotch tape darrow. Dick to do comedy. And that's why I want the LIA was. I didn't want to take him with me if I wanted to see this journey I saw all this journey that I saw you have to say you have to see. His journeyed is law to appreciate that mind. Fifteen spot yeah exactly the comedy store do you have you ever read Joseph Prince the hero with a thousand faces. No apparently George. Lucas took the the guys teachings and put it into the original star wars. That's why it's got this. The story is broken down the way it is but this guy. He was a mythology -nology expert an ancient culture expert. This guy studied stories from ancient Greek theater. Extort studied all the religions Theater history of theater up to Contemporary Cinema ending with the movie star Wars. So the era with a thousand faces basically says that everyone we ever considered a hero in the Bible in stories and movies in any kind of situation in story telling the story of the hero always have has a similar pattern. The hero was on his way on his journey rising up and then something knocked him down. Did he had to overcome him or her. And had to rise to overcome overcome some major setback or some major heart back or or even death in Jesus's story that everyone we ever considered a hero never never went straight up to the top all the way people who rise and never deal with problems. Aren't people we consider heroes. It's always the people who overcame. Aim some major fucking setback in their journey to rise back up so I think you're absolutely right and listen. This is this journey of being in a comic taught me how to be a comic taught me how to be a man agreed me taught me how to be a real man. Then I became the comic and then everything smoothened up up you know. I was noticing last night. The comedy store. There's no negative energy up dental you walk in the hallway. You see Kristalina talking the Whitney yeah the somebody else you hug them you giggling and exciting man I like I like I like studying the masters and seeing in what other people are doing. It's just an exciting time. Listen Man I'm happy. took the time up. Come on up today. Share your beautiful fucking a love you with all my iheart joy coming up. Thanks thanks for being my friend you know especially last year. When I was going to divorce anybody can be a good friend on the when everything's happy? Hey man if you want good friend you gotta be.

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"rhode" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

10:20 min | 9 months ago

"rhode" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"We were thirty five years later walking along the Mediterranean Sea in Tel Aviv. reliving this exact same same moment because I was going through my divorce and I realized that that moment that I think my mother is the love of my life and heard this audience especially the older audience at seven PM in Jerusalem. Just go oh so but I. I'm glad you brought that up and watch that joey the PBS Pretty interesting to brilliant and it's great they eat the Improv in DC the night before the way they he cut in that old performance footage of him. I I thought it was a PBS. Knocked it out of the park with that are acceptable award. The Mark Twain Mark Twain Award. which is that's like that's the Pulitzer Prize for a comedian? You know the first comedian ever to win. The Mark Twain Award was Richard Prior you know and they do it at the Lincoln Center Jenner. It's a big deal and I love the fact that he he honored Tony Woods. Dino Tony I've known Tony such a beautiful guy in the business everybody said forever that Chapelle You know learn how to do stand up from him and Chapelle takes a moment to say in the thing. You know You Know Miles Davis was copy and Dizzy Gillespie. And if I'm miles Davis I was copying you you know. You're you're the first comedian I ever saw. who was doing it right right the way it was supposed to be your honest and fearless and you know Julie Great and it's It makes you really Mike. I'm when I got into comedy the level I thought I was GONNA make it to was the level of the comics that couldn't make it because of their alcohol and drug abuse problems. You know what I'm saying. There's a thousand of those knows. Yeah the the room that you know they just travel to get high and that that's it they think if you live at lying you're gay if you play the Improv your corporate corporate sell out they have an excuse for every level of what you doing comedy accept. What they're doing they're playing like moon jugs comedy room in flocking getting bump bump bump flock and it's just a like I'm I'm honored to be where I'm at right right now? Nobody's more Gripen. I I feel the same way. Fuck I am. I'm not the most famous film so Greg for for what I have I know exactly talk I am. I came from so when they call them my name up to the average like Oh my God that bullshit my way through this l. like young Cayenne. That's why I've never caught onto now this shit and watch the Kevin Hart thing on Netflix. I love cabin. What can I would have watched it to be cow? That's a different life academy that I I told you last night my my my my utopia for comedy was living at the Chelsea shooting. Heroin doing comedy in between Twain. Strippers like Lenny Bruce. I read that I go. I could accept that there was no TV. Then there was no friends Seinfeld Info that had nothing doing all that shit you know how I ended up here and what I was completely different with that where my head is out as a comic I took. I had that experience variance because Mitch Hedberg lived at the Chelsea. Ninety eight to two thousand. When I was living in Wall Street Mitch Richmond? He died in two thousand and five. So it's fifteen fifteen years now march March fifteen years of March So Hedberg was one of my best friends in that period period. And we've done a ton of coke at the Chelsea we weren't at the Chelsea we're at my rockstar. Apartment in the Wall Street area was after my sitcom at tons of cash rush and just yet like two guitars in his room at the Chelsea. We'd sit up all night drinking and Sniffen Oh We'd be down in Wall Street at my place playing music and dancing on furniture bringing people back that we met after the shows and stuff was a lot of fun so I had that that Chelsea hotel drug experience then it was great man. 'cause there's like they redo with it might still gritty Is Still Gritty. I mean there was some rooms that were nicer than others. We got invited to some other people's rooms or were you know there was some bigger suite rooms on the higher floors but all in the lobby and up down the staircase where all these fantastic paintings by artists. Who had lived there? That couldn't pay. Hey there rent. That gave him art. You know and Just so much great artistic history there. It's been quite a ride on pro. Yeah Yeah I mean I feel like I'm I'm a moving into the the best period of my life in my comedy song. My you know so crazy because I know I've had so much Experiences and I have so much wisdom knowledge. Now you know that I did is. It's so weird how I learned so much about why you know. When I came in leave it was talking about that? He went out but the will theater. You know in front of his mom and it was great. Eight and this year I was I was going to do the the other thing. Chevrolet theater and I thought real hard I know my gonNa take league with the thought about a really hard and then we came to me and ask them I go on with you. And then he goes to Steve Simone and I go. I don't want to take take you to that theater anymore and I felt really guilty about it. Because I know would be his time to see his mom. I want to see his mom but I want leader take the journey. I felt I didn't do too Twee Amar. Nobody took me to a fucking. Nobody took me to a deed until the seven year mark. And I fucking die the slow death I think Lee needs to see the journey of this because it will help him with all other areas of his life. You know and I think that's what the comic career for me was A. It was a whole therapeutic. Twenty thirty five year took me to find out who the fuck I was but my voice was about what I really wanted. You know that's hard. It's really hard to look at yourself in the mirror and go. What do I really want? You know like a friend of mine said you gotTa ride down seven times and then give yourself the answer answer you know now is what. And it wasn't me writing down seven times. That's a great way of doing it. It was taken the journey. This is a journey man. You know and the comedy journey is the manhood journey on the womanhood journey or the story of the woman that has to adjust eleven A.. Man's ends world to do fucking comedy like Whitney Cummings and and you know. All the great female comics have had cut their pussies off. Put Scott stable red red or scotch tape darrow. Dick to do comedy. And that's why I want the LIA was. I didn't want to take him with me if I wanted to see this journey I saw all this journey that I saw you have to say you have to see. His journeyed is law to appreciate that mind. Fifteen spot yeah exactly the comedy store do you have you ever read Joseph Prince the hero with a thousand faces. No apparently George. Lucas took the the guys teachings and put it into the original star wars. That's why it's got this. The story is broken down the way it is but this guy. He was a mythology -nology expert an ancient culture expert. This guy studied stories from ancient Greek theater. Extort studied all the religions Theater history of theater up to Contemporary Cinema ending with the movie star Wars. So the era with a thousand faces basically says that everyone we ever considered a hero in the Bible in stories and movies in any kind of situation in story telling the story of the hero always have has a similar pattern. The hero was on his way on his journey rising up and then something knocked him down. Did he had to overcome him or her. And had to rise to overcome overcome some major setback or some major heart back or or even death in Jesus's story that everyone we ever considered a hero never never went straight up to the top all the way people who rise and never deal with problems. Aren't people we consider heroes. It's always the people who overcame. Aim some major fucking setback in their journey to rise back up so I think you're absolutely right and listen. This is this journey of being in a comic taught me how to be a comic taught me how to be a man agreed me taught me how to be a real man. Then I became the comic and then everything smoothened up up you know. I was noticing last night. The comedy store. There's no negative energy up dental you walk in the hallway. You see Kristalina talking the Whitney yeah the somebody else you hug them you giggling and exciting man I like I like I like studying the masters and seeing in what other people are doing. It's just an exciting time. Listen Man I'm happy. took the time up. Come on up today. Share your beautiful fucking a love you with all my iheart joy coming up. Thanks thanks for being my friend you know especially last year. When I was going to divorce anybody can be a good friend on the when everything's happy? Hey man if you want good friend you gotta be.

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"rhode" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

02:08 min | 9 months ago

"rhode" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

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"rhode" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

02:08 min | 9 months ago

"rhode" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

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"rhode" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

01:52 min | 10 months ago

"rhode" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

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"rhode" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

10:33 min | 10 months ago

"rhode" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"Red white and blue and with my gift certificate. I got a red white and blue baseball glove and one of my favorite pictures of me as a little kid I'm I'm nine and my dirty little league uniform and have got a red white and Blue Glove love like Mr America whose straightening I am not strike me. But as as long as I've known you you are a very romantic person like the thing the things you draw of life life are the things people read about in books and wish they could do more of and but you actually just do them. English English comedian. A friend of mine told me a couple of months ago. You're the guy who did everything he said he was gonNA do. A The wow that's the nicest thing in wherever said and you never looked I never I never I saw you plotting a career if you just Kinda okay like you. Weren't they got like let me see if I can craft an half hour so I can get a sitcom. Let me to see if I can get in at comedy central. You're like yeah. I'll go to comedy central if I can do a movie about taking my bad data back to Vietnam like that was the way I looked at your career so I wonder because I'm very very soft place in my heart for Florida because it gets too much I love Florida but was what what what what I would I would love to hear. Your romantic recollections of Florida at that age Oh and another thing so oviedo is like thirty two miles from Cape Canaveral we we could see the space shuttle go up. You're thirty miles from the or spatial win. The space shuttle's when I was in Middle School at Jackson Heights Middle School. And when when I went to a veto highschool they would let our school. Everyone got to go out side and sit on the lawn or the football field and watch the shuttle go up in the distance so it was like a really cool thing knowing that like only a few miles down the road. Men were being shot in doubt or space are so so we saw that from Tampa. I was obsessed with this base program when I was a kid. I read everything about it and I remember the first black astronaut the first woman the first Dutchman in space based remember do you remember the the challenger Yeah of course I was. I was I was in New York City when that happened over. You were already near city. Yeah I'll I what year was that. eighty-six yeah yeah. So I had gotten out of high school in eighty five and I was up there trying to wanted to move there so I was testing the waters and I was staying on a friend of mine's couch in Queens and I remember watching it on television live and I was I was upset and then I remember getting on the subway to go into the city and no one seemed to be bothered. Everybody seemed to be having a regular day. I was like don't they realize that people just died we had such a a real connection with the space program. Because they would send us out. We'd go outside to watch it because you could see the trail trail bill in Tampa. You could see it from Tampa I remember. I was eating Nachos when I heard about the challenger explosion those eating nachos at of my outside my Latin Teachers Classmates Benoa. I must've been in seventh grade and And I remember it was like it was. It was nine eleven in Florida. I don't know if it was like that around. We're member The the comedy club owners in Florida said if anybody does joke about The special blowing up. You'll never work here again. It was like a really. They didn't want any bullshit. You know any edgy comedian. You know they didn't want anybody go near. That's how sacred it was in Florida. Did you lose your virginity in Florida. I did was that like Well all the first girls. I'm sure you had the same experience. All the first girls that I ever fooled around with was after swimming pools in Florida so to this day the smell of chlorine on a woman drives me crazy. 'cause like all the every you know your your teenager and in your body already half-naked have battles over spell of Hawaiian Tropic. Oh my God yeah totally totally. There's there's there I remember with my own fragrance. It's GonNa Smell something like Hawaiian tropic in chlorine mixed together with a little bit of Milwaukee's best. Yeah I remember how when you lost your virginity fourteen fifteen. Wow that's young. Yeah but I guess it was I guess. Do you think times have changed in that. I lost seventeen. Do you think that you didn't you lost your virginity before aids was round right. Yeah and so. Do you think the goose we started coming on a few years later. Yeah you'd know even the I mean the only fear was getting someone pregnant. Yeah did your production no really set the scene. Tell me with the story I it wasn't a cheap story. I dated this girl. She was a year older than me in my school and I was completely head over heels in love with with her. What was the first thing you fell in love with about her? And I'll give you example. She was from Austin Texas and she had the most syrupy southern accent. Oh Tom you so oh funny out Tom. UGA So funny. I that southern accent Still makes my hair color hair. Ju Blonde actually my whole life. I've liked Brunette women so I was. I was into blondes my whole life until I met my wife. My wife has none of the features features or characteristics at of any my past girlfriends at all to the point where I was like. This isn't GonNa last. I'M GONNA I'm GONNA bland a Blonde Dot Ottawa. Where I'll end up? Why is he used to joke about the the woman because she The woman I lost my virginity with because It was over with with her when she went to the thirty. Eight special concert with this guy a who was like a muscle football dude. He wasn't cool an artsy. You like me and everyone in the school knew before I did and I had the walk the halls in shame and people everyone knew and For years I couldn't hear thirty eight special some without feeling that sixteen year. Old heartbreak pain in my chest. Thank God they only had two hits. We one of them was yes One of the most lose go if you're cling to guy girl you're gonNA YOU'RE GONNA lose control. Well I worked with a guy in Atlanta. He's his father's the lead singer. D you talking about no Jason. His father there was the lead singer of thirty eight specialist. I told him that story who I forget his guy came comic. He was a comic. He's I think he's still does it locally in Atlanta. But he was he was the son of the lead singer and I told him that story and He said that on that on that that song hold on loosely. Don't let go that. His father actually got that he was watching the Dinah shore daytime show is Donny van. Dan's aunt we is there any close to any Guinard. Ronnie van Zandt thirty eight special was thirty eight special related to Leonard. Skinner D- I were they from Ennio. This is this John Barnes. That's it So he said that his dad got the idea for that's on watching the Dinah shore daytime show Oh and there was some guests on and she was asking him about like. How did you keep your marriage together? And they said well the trick to being in a relationship is to hold on loosely. But don't let go and they got it out of a talk show hosts guests mouth. I wish I could take all the bad analogies. I used in television when I worked at travel channel and have a clip of them. 'cause I would say stuff to kids so this rides it's kind of like thirty eight special. They had no idea thirtieth special. was you gotTa hold on loosely. You know 'cause you don't let go don't let go and they'd be like I have no idea you're talking about. I remember being I remember trying to analogize out to a kid. It's like a snake you gotta hold on loosely and my cameraman Scott goes actually hold a snake pretty tight go. Yeah I guess yeah. I guess you're right now. I don't know one of those things I I think I much more painful my life would have been had. She gone to like a rolling stones concert. You know thank God thank God it was thirty eight special. We did you cry. I did yeah I was really upset. Well my mother and I there's a in Oviedo there's a there's a lake called Lake charm and it's in the neighborhood where I grew up and I always said there wasn't a problem in the world that couldn't be solved without walking around Lake charm. with my mom and when this girl dumped me I had to walk around the lake with my mom like hundreds of times as really upset. Really I'm not cute anymore. I'll never be loved again long hair at the time. No I played baseball baseball school. I didn't have long hair until you know early. Twenties really. What position do you play baseball? Centerfield saving legs cover the distance. Still Autumn Yeah And another great thing about growing up in in Florida was we had spring training. And they're my father would take me out of school. School was a really cool thing. My Dad did was right. Yeah he was in if flew helicopters in Vietnam. I'd get a note in class and I had a dentist appointment appointment or a doctor's appointment and I'm thinking I don't have a dentist appointment and I'd get to the office and my dad's there with a shitty and grin on his face and affiliates. My Dad I gotta take me out of the school and take me two games and those one time I remember the astros played in Daytona beach and the Maure giants the Tokyo giants were. We're playing the Astros. My Dad took me over there because Sadaharu Oh was the manager of the giants and he was the Babe Ruth of the Japanese League and my dad thought it was important that we go look at this great man really. Yeah so who. Which of your parents are you most like? Do you think it's a combination of the two. My mom is really sweet and thoughtful. She does a lot for people so I get that from her and then my dad was just really funny and my dad was a wild man to you was he. Yeah big partyer and I think it was. PTSD Nah really now. My Dad was bad.

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"rhode" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

14:22 min | 10 months ago

"rhode" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

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"rhode" Discussed on Climate Connections

Climate Connections

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"rhode" Discussed on Climate Connections

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"rhode" Discussed on Z104

Z104

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"rhode" Discussed on Z104

"Rhode island jane thank you right now right necklace michael can really trust known by joining show got dumber spider johnny carson right because i go really joey show got damaged are you yes we can you shout outs for who we do we have to give a shout out to all ten and lay leather on their way to camp at era ahead today listening there i don't know if it's a mom or dad but exited and said hey can you give shadow to alternate layla they're not doing anything special they're just really awesome kids just means they're they're so excited to get rid of you want to get rid of you because you're going to camp shutout anyway all right taylor swift tickets we have them every day this week we're going to give them away in the eight o'clock hour everyday this week here's how you win them listen between now and nine o'clock i know that's a long time and you've got to be a work eight thirty i get it don't worry but you're going to hear taylor swift pop up in a song that she does not belong in when you hear taylor swift pop up in a song that she does not belong in call us at four seven three one four five.

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"rhode" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"rhode" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"rhode" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"rhode" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

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