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Fresh update on "robert" discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:03 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "robert" discussed on ESPN FC

"To me, we're one of the biggest twitterati Messi fanboys I think I've come across. What was the problem? Your argument was, what was the problem? I actually said a great career, so it's messy. It's messy. I don't think that was. I don't think that was my, that was not my point. My point. We take what messy achieves season in season out for granted. And if this was his first season, I don't think the debate would be as heated as it has been because he's been doing consistently time and time again. Let's break a few things down. Should we include major tournaments in this? Well, look at it. Ballon d'Or has been defined by major tournaments over the years. That's a separate argument about the Lewandowski thing. Right. However. When you talk about the best player in the planet, the last two years had to be $11. I don't think anyone would argue that last year 11 dusky didn't deserve to win it, and he's very much in the argument this year. This year in last year. Right. I think you'll find at the end of the season 2021, he brought gav Miller's record. Yes. Right. Okay. Yeah. And I hear people saying, Bundesliga, bill can score goals. He's at Bayern Munich. It's easy. They dominate. Right. There's been a lot of great players have played in Germany, right. Great strikers over the years. Fantastic. Amongst many others, revenge, rubbish, Jurgen Klinsmann, his sale, the less goes on. Do you know how long it took to get Miller's record? From 71 72, nearly 50 years. Nearly 50 years to break a record from one of the greatest strikers of old time. And we just want you to hand it out to another guy to lead my argument isn't against Levin dosti, my argument is against georginio. That was my big point, yes, and I can completely understand the argument for Lewandowski, all in now Messi for me, I don't get the georginio point. That's what you're shouting at me for. That's not messy Twitter. So should Messi everyone at then? I don't mind if Messi levinski. You've been letting breaking a 50 year record. You belittling the fact that Messi's finally won an international tournament. That goes back to the point that Robert Lewandowski is not in the place to win an international children. Right. Hold on. Hold on. Here's the thing. If we see if we see that international football counts, has to count, especially no. How can it count? When somebody is when you are playing for a country that you can not pick and choose, as John said, judge best Northern Ireland, Ryan Gaga. The lesser international football does not come. But I'm as a handicap as January pointed out. It's a handicap. I was to sleep on it. It's a handicap. Poland in the U in the Euros one point. How much of a handicap? Oh, come on. Come on. You can not compare what Lena Messi did with Argentina. First major title sends rose in 1990. Hold on. Clearly tournament most goals most assists. Robert Lewandowski, with Portland, could not beat Slovakia. Inferior Sade. So what point are you not getting? So my point are you not just come out and see international football does not count.

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Appeals court orders release of some Mueller report passages

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 hrs ago

Appeals court orders release of some Mueller report passages

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi reporting reporting an an appeals appeals court court orders orders the the release release of of some some older older reports reports passages passages a a federal federal appeals appeals court court has has ruled ruled to to the the justice justice department department can't can't disclose disclose certain certain redacted redacted passages passages from from the the Russia Russia investigation investigation report report compiled compiled by by special special counsel counsel Robert Robert Muller Muller that that relate relate to to individuals individuals who who were were investigated investigated by by prosecutors prosecutors but but not not charged charged the the ruling ruling came came in in a a public public records records complaint complaint from from the the news news organization organization buzzfeed buzzfeed the the three three judge judge panel panel ruled ruled passages passages buzzfeed buzzfeed sued sued to to see see can can be be disclosed disclosed because because they they involve involve facts facts available available elsewhere elsewhere in in the the report report specifically specifically the the appeals appeals court court said said the the justice justice department department must must disclose disclose redacted redacted information information about about the the Muller Muller team's team's decision decision not not to to prosecute prosecute an an unnamed unnamed person person for for campaign campaign finance finance violations violations buzzfeed buzzfeed contends contends that that person person is is likely likely Donald Donald Trump Trump junior junior Mike Mike Crossey Crossey out out Washington Washington

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Fresh update on "robert" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:01 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "robert" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"5 one 8 One 36 in Brooklyn center Minnesota just north of Minneapolis lawyers are trying to pick a jury in the trial of Kim Potter Potter is the former Minnesota police officer who says she meant to use her taser not her gun when she killed 20 year old Dante Wright who was black during a traffic stop in April Potter's charge with first and second degree manslaughter prospective jurors in the trial of already responded to questionnaires similar to those that were used in Derek Chauvin's murder trial for the killing of George Floyd The city of Brooklyn center sent out a release ahead of today's jury selection saying it's preparing for the trial and peaceful protesting For the first time in nearly 30 years the future of abortion rights will face its most consequential test when the Supreme Court convenes tomorrow At the heart of the case before the high court is a Mississippi law that bans abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy Washington Post Supreme Court reporter Robert Barnes tells us how that compares to the precedent The Supreme Court precedence and row and in a case called Planned Parenthood V Casey said that states can not prohibit abortions before the point of viability that is when the fetus could survive outside the womb And that's usually thought of as 22 to 24 weeks So this law is clearly in conflict with that Mississippi argues the band would not put an undue burden on women seeking an abortion because the single clinic in the.

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What Is mRNA? Dr. Robert Malone Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:55 min | 4 d ago

What Is mRNA? Dr. Robert Malone Explains

"I want to read one of your quotes here for the audience. The government is not being transparent with us about what the risks of the vaccine are. And so I want to focus on that quote, but I also want you to explain to our audience, what is, and I'm going to hopefully get this right. mRNA, what is an mRNA vaccine? What is the technology? And what is a spike protein? And let's do that all in 30 seconds. Yeah, exactly. You can take the beauty of the podcast doctors, you could take as long as you want. So yeah. And I have on many occasions, I tend to get a little long winded on this topic. And you and probably hopefully many of your viewers have seen some of those other podcasts. So I'm going to try to go quick. The central dogma of biology is that DNA makes RNA RNA makes protein. Now let's talk about the scary word mRNA this acronym. What does that mean? There are many different kinds of RNA. What is RNA? It's a great big long molecule. You can think of it as like pearls on a pearl necklace. In each pearl is a different letter, but there's only four letters, just like with your computer there's only two, zeros and ones with the sequence that biology has selected or has been created, depending on how you see the world. There are four bases. There are four chemical entities in DNA those are AT, GC and RNA, they're AUG GC. So you and T are kind of interchangeable. And so it's a form based code in a long string that's negatively charged. And there are many different types of RNA. There is RNA that's used to shuttle amino acids. To the little bio robot that does the manufacturing that's called transfer RNA. There's RNA that is the scaffold that built that about which the little bio robots that manufacture proteins are built and that's called ribosomal RNA. And then there's RNA that confers information from DNA in the nucleus out to those little bio robots that manufacture proteins. And that's called a message. And so it's a messenger RNA or mRNA. What is RNA, the acronym is ribonucleic acid are in a, that's where that comes from. And so it may sound spooky and scary and very different. It's really dead easy. It's messenger ribo nucleic acid. It's just an acronym

Fresh update on "robert" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "robert" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"The first time in nearly three decades the future of abortion rights is facing its most consequential test when the Supreme Court convenes tomorrow at the center of the case before the Supreme Court a Mississippi law that bans abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy And joining a slide to talk more about it Washington Post Supreme Court reporter Robert Barnes Robert great to have you back here on P what's at the center of this very high profile case Well it's a big term for abortion rights at the Supreme Court as you know This Mississippi case is one that would say there can be no abortions after 15 weeks with some very limited exceptions And that is well ahead of what the Supreme Court precedence would allow The Supreme Court precedents in row and in a case called Planned Parenthood the Casey said that states can not prohibit abortions before the point of viability that is when the fetus could survive outside the womb And that's usually thought of as 22 to 24 weeks So this law is clearly in conflict with that What are some of the potential outcomes from the high court Could they uphold the Mississippi law without overturning row Well you know the Supreme Court can do whatever it wants to People on both the left and the right say that it's very hard to square those precedents with this law Now the court has said that the court that the states can not put an undue burden over a woman's right to abortion before the point of viability And Mississippi does also say that this is not an undue burden They only clinic in Mississippi only provides abortion up to 16 weeks But this idea of not allowing a prohibitions before viability that's one that's hard to square with the Mississippi law Robert you write about justice clarence Thomas the court's longest serving justice Perhaps the most conservative member as well What kind of influence will he have in the courtroom during this case Well as you talked about it's been 30 years now since Thomas was a dissenter in Planned Parenthood V Casey and said that he did not believe roe was correctly decided he does not think that the constitution provides a right to abortion He has written that many times in this intervening time And you know at the time that he first said that he was the junior rookie member of the Supreme Court He is now the senior member of the Supreme Court And there are more justices who are conservative share his conservative viewpoint now on the court than there has ever been in his tenure Appreciate your time and getting us set up for tomorrow That's Washington Post Supreme Court reporter Robert.

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Who Is Dr. Robert Malone, Inventor of mRNA Vaccines?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:58 min | 4 d ago

Who Is Dr. Robert Malone, Inventor of mRNA Vaccines?

"And he is the president of the international alliance of physicians and scientists, doctor Malone, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thank you. Thanks a lot for the opportunity to be here and talk to you and your audience. So let's get on it. So I'm an admirer and fan of yours. I first was made aware of you and your work when you join Brett Weinstein on his podcast all the way back in April or May or June if I remember correctly. In the back in the 20th century. It feels like yeah, that was a different world. And I was very interested in that conversation and I've watched hours of your footage since because it seemed that you were confirming some of the suspicion that I had and skepticism in my head towards the current rollout and the vaccine that we are now being in some ways forced to take. Please establish your background in vaccine technology, the original inventor of MR MN RNA and DNA vaccines and talk about why and how you got concerned about this. And we'll go from there. Let's see. So briefly, the bona fides. Let's see, you see Davis, biochemistry, bachelors and science. You see San Diego and the salk institute masters in biology, MD from northwestern university in Chicago. Fellowships, research fellowships at UC Davis and a postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard Medical School for global clinical scholars research training that was just a few years ago to kind of tighten up all of my credentials having to do with clinical research regulatory affairs and all that stuff also completed a internship medical internship at UC Davis. I'm a licensed physician in the state of Maryland. I did invent the core platform technology that gave rise to these vaccines. I did not invent these vaccines. And I'm a little aggravated at what's been done with these vaccines as what's happened to the technology. But I had a extensive academic career top pathology at UC Davis and new Maryland Baltimore and also was an associate professor at the uniformed services university of the health sciences. You could look up all the papers and the many patents through if you look on Google scholar is a site so you can just Google scholar and I'm having trouble with that just like you were with the mRNA. With my name on it. And you'll see the over hundred papers and 12,600 plus academic citations for the work blah,

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Keeping Powell Over Treasury Is Better Than It Could've Been

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:25 min | 6 d ago

Keeping Powell Over Treasury Is Better Than It Could've Been

"Jerome Powell's going back to the fed I am both relieved and not relieved, but it's better than what it could have been, Brian, but what do you think of the move? Yeah, well, it is better than what it could have been thrown palace. Led the fed this far. I think he's created inflation, but at least the fed is moving towards tapering, which means buying fewer bonds every month. They shouldn't be buying any, by the way. And then they will raise rates late next year. Early 2023 and so yes, I was amazed that he was reappointed because my feeling my feeling was that him talking about tapering Jerome Powell that is and Jerome Powell saying he wanted to raise rates. I thought that would get him canned. Raising rates certainly sent didn't do it. It surprised the market, too, and it had a minor sell off, not a big sell off, but it was it wanted easy money forever. Because investors do. They know that inflation is good for stocks. Everyone with their equity money and says, oh, sure, print more money. My stocks will go up. You know, Brian, when we were together in Atlanta, you explained to people, we have a 130% more money in the system than we did two years ago. And last of the same number of goods. I read an extended piece this week that the former national security adviser ambassador Robert O'Brien sent to me about we're just not producing what we produced two years ago because of COVID. And we have a 130% more money. Of course we're going to have inflation, and by the way, it's not 6%. It's double digits, according to this analyst. That's exactly right. We did the worst combination of policies that you could do for a market based system to create wealth in the past 24 months. By shutting down the economy, locking down, we destroyed information, supply chains. Because supply chains are just information. I mean, you think about it. There are rock solid rock rip truck drivers in America who are driving across the country to bring liberals in New York City, whatever they

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Get to Know Former U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert Wilkie

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | Last week

Get to Know Former U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert Wilkie

"For those who are not familiar with your service in the Trump administration, your background. In multiple uniform services, rising to under Secretary of Defense, tell our millions of listers and viewers across the nation a little bit about your background where you came from and how you got to do what you do. Well, it's a very simple. I am the son grandson, great grandson of combat soldiers. I spent my youth at fort sill fort Bragg, and also, as you know, at the royal school of artillery, in lark hill, England. My father was a senior officer in the 82nd airborne division when I was in high school. So my calling was to serve the nation in national defense. My military service has been modest compared to that of my ancestors, but I will say that a formative moment in my life was when the hostages were taken in Tehran. Two things. One, outside of fort Bragg on Bragg boulevard a place you know well, a massive billboard went up that said Iran let our people go. And I had to pass that billboard every day on the way to school and as I got older, I thought, that's what we had become. Under mister Carter, a mendicant, begging the theocratic fanatics and Tehran to let our soldiers and diplomats go. And then the second experience was in my neighborhood. The day the hostage rescue desert one collapsed. And the MPs closed off our neighborhood. They took the name signs off of our homes, and they surrounded colonel Charles beckwith's home. He was the commander on the ground. And president Carter came on that day. And said this was all my fault. I'm the one responsible. That's quite a contrast to what we had in Afghanistan a few months

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Landrieu back in spotlight tackling infrastructure, equity

AP News Radio

01:01 min | Last week

Landrieu back in spotlight tackling infrastructure, equity

"Mitch Landrieu will be heading the task force coordinating more than a trillion dollars in federal infrastructure spending as mayor of New Orleans Mitch Landrieu oversaw billions of dollars in infrastructure repairs when he took over the recovery from hurricane Katrina he's been out of the national spotlight since twenty eighteen although he was sometimes mentioned as a possible candidate for the democratic presidential nomination particularly after a speech supporting the removal of a statue of Robert E. Lee now the former Louisiana state lawmaker and lieutenant governor has been tapped by president Biden as the head coordinator of his infrastructure plan during a visit to Ohio with the vice president labor secretary Marty Walsh another former mayor says he'll be serving alongside Landrieu going to make sure that all of this money gets spent in the right way on high quality projects with American made materials there's political risk to a role managing billion dollar transportation projects Andrew Coughlin and former deputy mayor under Landrieu said his skill with logistics will be a strength in his new role Walter Isaacson the New Orleans born historian says lead you loves the geeky details of infrastructure and bringing people together Jennifer king Washington

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Rep. Jim Jordan: Democrats Wrongly Abuse the Reconciliation Process

Mark Levin

00:57 sec | Last week

Rep. Jim Jordan: Democrats Wrongly Abuse the Reconciliation Process

"Congressman Jordan the original purpose of the reconciliation process was that both chambers and both parties would have to get together and work out their differences on spending Yeah It wasn't and it was set up originally by bob by Robert Berg for that specific purpose And one of his former aides said if he knew that it was going to be used for this he would never have supported it So they've completely perverted this process Have they not They have but what else have they perverted I mean what else have they done wrong What other rights in precedent happened they attacked and broken So this is this is just the nature of today's left and what they're up What they're up to But yeah yeah And Joe Biden had the gall to say Joe Biden had the gall to say that this bill $2 trillion was going to help inflation for good to say So yeah I mean this is today's left This is today's Democrat party that just keeps doing more and more harm to America

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Disease control chief: "All of Germany is one big outbreak"

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

Disease control chief: "All of Germany is one big outbreak"

"Two of Germany's disease control agency says the country has entered into a nationwide state of emergency because of surging a coronavirus infections the head of the Robert Koch Institut low to Avila says regular medical care cannot be guaranteed anymore in some parts of Germany because hospitals and intensive care wards all over stretched he calls for urgent additional measures to tackle the rising cope with nineteen cases which topped fifty thousand for the third day running feeler told reporters in Berlin all of Germany is one big outbreak there is a nationwide state of emergency we need to pull the emergency brake I'm Charles collect as much

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Saad's goals help Blues beat Sharks 4-1, end losing streak

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last week

Saad's goals help Blues beat Sharks 4-1, end losing streak

"Brandon Saad that's a pair of goals to lead the blues past the sharks four to one the goals of the fifth and sixth of the season for the forward Jordan Kyrou scored his eighth of the year and Robert Thomas is second for the blues who halt a four game losing skid the San Jose goal is scored by Jonathan Dahlen the sharks wrap up a five game road trip with a record of two and three Billy who still makes a second start of the season in net for the blues and records his second win James Reimer suffered the loss shots on goal would favor the blues forty eight to twenty seven Mike Reeves St Louis

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White Texans Denied Live-Saving Monoclonal Treatments

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:08 min | 2 weeks ago

White Texans Denied Live-Saving Monoclonal Treatments

"People can't believe this is actually happening. That in the state of Texas, you try to go get monoclonal antibodies or Regeneron, and you're turned away because the color of your skin. Why are we putting up with this? Why is the Texas leadership putting up with this? It's a really good question and why did it take an undercover video of a guy trying to get the treatment to expose it? We need a lot better leaders in our country. The fact that this is even remotely tolerated in the state of Texas, is stunning. Connors from Texas. He's a proud Texan. But I'll be honest. Texas has lost its swagger recently. You're lettin illegals just flood into your state, you know, beta aura or whatever his name is, Robert Francis o'rourke, the fake Hispanic who calls himself that who married a developer's daughter from El Paso. Never done anything meaningful in his life. He's running for governor. Come on, Texas. Get your act together. You're tougher than this. You're smarter than this. The fact that you're allowing your medical policy straight from the equivalent of Texas Health and Human Services. So this is the official government body. This is not some like one off. Is that right Conor? It's not like some one off private industry.

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Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Attacked by Media Over COVID Vaccine Claims

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:16 min | 2 weeks ago

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Attacked by Media Over COVID Vaccine Claims

"As she a headline last night on mediaite, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. makes nutso claim to Tucker Carlson that the COVID vaccine appears to be killing more people than all vaccines combined. Here's what Robert F. Kennedy said on yesterday's Tucker Carlson today that streams on Fox nation. There have been 17,000 as reported to theirs on the COVID vaccines. And that's more in the last 8 months than all of the from all vaccines, the billions and billions of vaccines combined over the past 30 years. Of this vaccine appears to be killing more people than all vaccines combined. There's more reports of vaccination. The beast revs up when they hear that they say that's a nut so claim. That's a wacky claim. That the COVID vaccines have led to 17,000 deaths reported to VAERS that's more than just 8 months more deaths than all vaccines, the billions and billions of vaccines combined over the past 30 years. And I'm thinking, well, that's significant, you know? That's something people have to ponder, right? No, no, no. The beast says you may not. That's a crazy wacky claim. The article at mediaite says the anti vaxx Kennedy who claims he is not anti vax, cited the CDC's frequently misunderstood vaccine adverse event reporting system known as VAERS. To back up his claim. The article says Tucker Carlson himself has touted numbers from VAERS when discussing the apparent death rate from coronavirus vaccines on his show. Well, media I talked to some health guys some doctor whether this Tucker Carlson's claim about Varys is accurate. The answer was it's not accurate. There's was intended to cast a wide net to capture any possible or potential complication that even has the remotest possibility of being related to the vaccine. Any adverse event is considered reportable. Now, I'm like, so they're saying, don't believe you're lying eyes. Well, we're casting a wide net. Oh, you mean like calling a car accident, a COVID death? If the person in the ER who dies, has COVID in their system because that's what they've done. You mean like that? Okay. I get it. I guess they do that. But what if half the number that's been reported to VAERS is right. What if 8000 have died or 9000? I mean, why is that a nutshell claim?

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Oilers' Yamamoto scores in last minute in 5-4 win over Blues

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

Oilers' Yamamoto scores in last minute in 5-4 win over Blues

"Kalorama moto scored with just twenty eight seconds remaining to send the Oilers past the blues five to four we played a good getting them now she they came back in the third but on your chin and panic too much on the bench on there said stick to the game plan and I think that's what we did you know kind of stuck to it and you know found a way to win Edmonton wasted a two goal lead in the third period before Yamamoto notched his third of the season Ryan Nugent Hopkins and Ryan McLeod scored just eight seconds apart late in the second period to put the Oilers ahead forty two NHL points leader Leon rice at all netted his fifteenth goal of the season and added two assists Connor McDavid added a goal and two helpers Robert Thomas had three assists to coming on goals by Ivan Barbashev and Vladimir Tarasenko in the final period I'm Dave Ferrie

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Where Are All the GOP White Supremacists the Left Keeps Talking About?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:23 min | 2 weeks ago

Where Are All the GOP White Supremacists the Left Keeps Talking About?

"Where are the white supremacists that we keep being told about Jennifer? I wish I was out. I don't know what they are. They're at the Glen young in rally paid for by The Lincoln Project, pedo protected. Oh, hang on. I just connected two things. Isn't that interesting? Lincoln project protects pedophiles like Jack Levi, with 21 young men, children as well who had inappropriate sexual relations with. That's The Lincoln Project white supremacist problem with Rick Wilson and his wife cooler with the south shall rise again written on the cooler with the confederate flag. Oh, and then there's white supremacists like Charlottesville, so I think there's a connection here, isn't there, Jen? Yeah, you're absolutely right. Everything that the left calls us is exactly what they are. We've seen it from conspiracies. We've seen it to what they call the people on the right. It is just them trying to shut people down and to try to deflect from who they really are, and it's disgusting. We have got to do a better job of spreading the message. I know talk radio does it. Thank God for that. But when is the news media going to wake up? When is the left going to stop trying to brand the right just because they can't articulate facts because they don't have any to bring to the

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The Media Wants You to Believe Kyle Rittenhouse Shot Black People

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:58 min | 2 weeks ago

The Media Wants You to Believe Kyle Rittenhouse Shot Black People

"Jennifer horn, are you there? I am here happy birthday to the marines and happy Wednesday to you, said. Happy happy Wednesday to you as well. I don't know. You work incredibly hard, hardest working lady on radio as you also keep. What's his face grant stinchfield under control every morning is you're hosting the morning answer on a.m. 5 98, 8 70 the answer. However, I don't know what you do after this show as have you been keeping a beady eye on the Kyle rittenhouse trial? Is this insane? What a couple of twists that we've seen over the last couple of days. And you know what? What really struck me said is that we heard about this obviously after Jacob Blake and Kenosha and 2020, that was the year where we heard about this. And the media convicted him on day one. They made fun of Ricky Schroder and all the people who stood up for Kyle rittenhouse that they were just a bunch of white supremacy. Even the president himself, Biden called him a white supremacist. Do you know what really struck me? And I'm almost embarrassed to admit this because you know I keep up with the news like crazy. Yes. As I was kind of going through as this trial got underway, what was the last week? Probably. I was just going through and just refreshing everything in my mind. And I looked at the victims and the victims were all white. Now, hang on hang on. You don't forget don't forget. White wife beat us and child rapists. Don't forget. Yeah, yeah. And you know, I pride myself on staying afloat on most of the stuff. Especially these big stories I really try to stay up to date. In my mind, he shot at black people, he didn't shoot at white people. He shot a black people. This is why the media convicted him and said he was a white supremacist because he went in with an AR-15 to go hunting for black people. That was the impression that the news media gave us. That was what was in people's minds. I still think people believe that he shot three black people. And he

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Young, Williams, No. 3 Alabama romp over New Mexico St 59-3

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Young, Williams, No. 3 Alabama romp over New Mexico St 59-3

"Bryce young had another productive yet truncated afternoon is C. if P. number two Alabama storm passed to Mexico state fifty nine three young was twenty one of twenty three for two hundred seventy yards and five touchdowns three to James and Williams as we keep getting reps and keep improving keep growing you know we're we're both kind of push each other challenge each other to be to be better and our best versions of ourselves the Crimson Tide actually trail before young hit Williams for a fifty yard scoring strike the ninety one tide reeled off seven touchdowns in about twenty minutes for a forty nine three halftime lead allowing young to take a seat early in the third quarter Brian Roberts who played just the first half and still finished with ninety nine yards and two touchdowns I'm Dave Ferrie

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Georgia officer testifies he was going to give Arbery a trespass warning

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 2 weeks ago

Georgia officer testifies he was going to give Arbery a trespass warning

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting a police officer testifies Ahmad our brewery would have received a trespass warning had he not been fatally shot at the Georgia trial of three men facing murder and other charges in the fatal shooting of a mod armory a police officer testified Friday he planned to give arboreta trespass warning for repeatedly entering a home under construction if you ever come back on this property for any reason whatsoever uninvited you are automatically be arrested for trespassing Wynn County police officer Robert rash testified he had spoken with the house's owner who it said video showing armory in the home site several times on February twenty third twenty twenty father and son Greg and Travis Mike Michael armed themselves and pursued armory in a truck after he ran past their home five doors down from the construction site neighbor William Roddy Brian joined the chase and took cellphone video that included Travis McMichael shooting armory three times with a shot gun defense attorneys argue the three men suspected armory was a burglar and we're trying to hold him for police hi

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Biden picks ex-FDA chief Robert Califf to again lead agency

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden picks ex-FDA chief Robert Califf to again lead agency

"President Biden has picked an old hand to again lead the food and drug administration the president's nominee the doctor Robert Calif for FDA commissioner a post he held in the Obama administration's final year the agency's been without a permanent chief for months the president says it's mission critical to have a steady hand guiding the FDA as it deals with cold in nineteen backseat authorization and all other issues noting Calif is a leading clinical trial specialist but his first into the FDA was dominated by controversies including surging opioid addiction West Virginia senator Joe Manchin says keyless nomination is an insult to families in his state whose lives have been ravaged by addiction and says he will not vote for Calif Sager or may god he at the White House

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 Biden picks ex-FDA chief Robert Califf to again lead agency

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden picks ex-FDA chief Robert Califf to again lead agency

"President Biden is tapping a familiar name to head the food and drug administration Robert Calif was the FDA's chief at the Obama administrations and and a person familiar with the decision says the president's naming him to reprise the role now caliphs nomination comes amid months of concern that an agency near the center of the federal code nineteen response does not have a prominent leader Janet woodcock's been acting commissioner for ten months if the Senate confirms same Calif would oversee not just FDA decisions on Kobe Bryant team vaccines but

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"robert" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

04:38 min | 3 months ago

"robert" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

"Door. What did you make of that. Well i actually keyed in on his last line where he said well he was an adult. That wasn't when we were kids as if maybe that was okay. If they were adults they were on even ground. I thought it was odd that he remembered exactly how much he paid for the monthly rent in vermont but didn't remember that incident. Well i'm not sure that he wouldn't be reluctant to own up to that. And those kinds of cruelties in indignities were probably so commonplace for him that i actually wasn't surprised that he didn't remember that i just took it as something that he did sort of matter-of-factly and he got a laugh out of it in the moment. And then he forgot about it whereas it was traumatic for thomas understandably charlie odd kept mentioning the psychiatrists that he had seen over the years and lewin objected every single time. But i was just wondering if you have a sense of what his strategy is there. Do you think he's going for some kind of insanity defense. Well it's funny. We knew that. Bob at the age of About eight or nine was fighting with his father and his brother so much that they decided to send him to see a psychiatrist. Bob is now saying that you know he was constantly going to psychiatrists. You know the shrinks were adam trying to get inside his head i. I'm not sure what that's all about. But i do think you're right. The prosecutor john lewin seems to think he's going somewhere with that that there is a purpose to it. I think lewin actually said what he thinks. The purpose is what lewis said was in this case. The defense is not presented any psychiatric testimony but what they did in texas was. They asked a lot of questions about psychiatrists with the prosecutors. In that case never oppose. And that's how they got psychiatric evaluations in testimony in the galveston case. Lewin wanted to make sure that kind of stuff didn't get in that way. What that raises for me is more generally what you guys think. Geren strategy is with durst. I think he sort of playing out what he essentially said in his opening statement. And that is. Bob is been this hapless guy more often than not who finds himself in the wrong place wrong time and he runs. I actually think and this is just my impression. But i sort of think that garin sort of using his appearance as a way to gain sympathy. Almost like a racehorse whose on its last legs but seems to want a race one more time. Maybe if he talks long enough you'll be able to humanize himself for the jury. Carry what do you think to garin. Strategy is here yeah. I'm not sure he has much of a strategy. And i'm going to go out on a limb and say he's sort of just winging it and to the degree that there is a strategy. I think it's all about creating a sense of pity for bob as brittany just said anyway. We'll see well. Thanks for being our eyes and ears in the courtroom. Charlie and we look forward to having you back. After the next day of testimony from robert durst in the trial of robert durst and just a reminder everyone checkout charlie's three part piece about kathy durst at crime story dot com and also check out his multi part stories about robert durst and about susan berman. Also at crime story dot com. Please remember that you can receive. Alerts and news breaks on developments in robert durst murder trial as well as new episodes of season. Two of jury duty the trial of robert durst by subscribing now on apple spotify. Or wherever you get your podcasts again if you wanna refresh your memory on where. The prosecution and defense are heading their arguments in the trial. Go back and re listen to episodes from season one and head. Over to crime story dot com for in-depth coverage of the durst story jury duty the trial of robert durst is created and produced by carey. Anthony lewis. This episode was written and edited by yours truly brittany bookbinder. It was co produced by alexis of bartolo and brittany bookbinder. Music was provided by strike audio. Thanks for joining us. And we hope you'll come back for the next episode of jury duty the trial of robert durst.

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"robert" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

02:23 min | 4 months ago

"robert" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

"Maybe some of his lawyers one last thing before we go. Charlie i gather over the weekend. Even though robert durst attorneys have said repeatedly that durst is going to testify. There was some last-minute debate among defense team about whether he should in fact to testify. What can you tell us about that. Well i did get The impression over the weekend that was quite a bit of debate and it was touching. Go at one point. It sounded like bob would not take the stand and they would just present one witness and rest. And then i suppose they were gonna depend on the brilliance of their summation. But in the end. As i understand it. Bob insisted that he wanted to take the stand that he wanted to tell his store. Well i have to say that. The surest sign that robert durst is of diminished capacity. To me is if he in fact decides not to take the witness stand because the robert durst that we all know the guy who will as britney one said. Take that stand. Even if he's a brain in a jar with that charlie. Thanks again for being with us. Thank you and we'll look forward to what promises to be quite an eventful week ahead. Please remember that you can receive. Alerts and news breaks on developments in robert durst murder trial as well as new episodes of season. Two of jury duty the trial of robert durst by subscribing now on apple spotify. Or wherever you get your podcasts again if you wanna refresh your memory on where. The prosecution and defense are heading with their arguments in the trial. Go back and re listen to episodes from season. One and head over to crime story dot com for in-depth coverage of the story. Jury duty the trial of robert durst is created and produced by carryanne solis. This episode was written and edited by yours truly britney bookbinder it was co produced by alexis noto and brittany bookbinder. Music was provided by strike audio. Thanks for joining us. And we hope they'll come back for the next episode of jury. Duty the trial of robert durst.

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"robert" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

05:24 min | 4 months ago

"robert" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

"Of a number of phone calls that they had had with nick shaven prior to his 2017 video testimony over the course of these phone calls. The jury could practically here shavings loyalty to his friend. Bob slipping away. Okay so tell me. So what is your memory about. What susan said about bob having killed kathy. Stay talk about eight. Nick and can you tell me. Is it because your loyalty to bob mean. It's understanding we honest about it. We're just trying to figure only me is because you guys.

"robert" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

06:06 min | 4 months ago

"robert" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

"Yes. In the beginning of his record testimony. Nick shaven described the good times they had together including going on double dates in the nineteen seventies. After bob was married to kathy what mr together we went out socially we had called boys night out. Go out go to nightclubs and bars and was the pursuit of female. Companionship was yes to extend this. Are you separated horse. What you're says we didn't get. My status was married but separated. And what was. Mr durr says you did yesterday. I ever snigger. Anything about how this marriage kathy affected is your women. We would double date or on the go up with kathy nightclub seal friend of mine just and there were times when we would each go out with different women and he was with kathy so we date sometimes to and renewed lessons elderly new and sometimes for i had a girlfriend sir. Temporary out his life. Jared session with them about why. He was out when he was married. Yes but not. That directly described his marriages open. Over meaning england his closeness with durst would certainly account for his unwillingness to accept the possibility that robert durst was involved in his wife's disappearance. After the deaths of more black and susan berman however nick shaven was forced to reevaluate this. Friendship is your level of shop. When that rogge refers had dismembered morris lacks body with his hands in towards extreme. Shock is if someone would have told you that happened without 'unique mission by mr durst that he had done it. Would you ever have a the robert durst. You could have got such of course not the situation with susan baras rework shortly thereafter wars lackey kill and dismember jerk. He had that affect your view of what susan had originally told you about. Bob's involve cabbies very much so one of the very foundations of my belief a responsible for kathy's disappearance or what happened to susan was that i couldn't believe that. He was capable of on violence yet. So extreme admitting that he was taking the gloves off all things possible even at this stage however nick shaven expressed a willingness to help even life for his friend. Here's how he reacted. When robert durst called him from jail. Go fast point where you can call says yes. That's the first time indicate years. And what did he. What did he say. Harassment shoe call from a psychiatrist event. I guess worried that he'd been examined by and he was coaching me as the what he would like me to talk about us. We're both aware of the fact that called being listened to but authorities so his language was an because we knew each other well and he can do. This said remember how i had. Asperger's difficulty was younger and i said yes. No that's my knowledge sustainment. I was seeing s because we were being listened to so you believe on this old hall. Sure you believe took call. Yes you told me it was. He then went to a series of psychological disorders emphasizing. That i already knew about these would explain them at. Were detail to the psychiatrist now. This was all of these. Were knows more than willing to do that. Let me stop you. Had you ever. Now mr durst previously mentioned you know. After hearing evidence from many of robert durst close friends. Including emily altman stuart allman gene. Clark susan giordano and doug oliver. The jury may have begun to wonder if there is simply nothing that would change the minds of those in robert durst orbit of loyalty. However nick shaven it turns out is different over the course of the six hour video of shaven testimony. The prosecution played recordings.

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"robert" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

02:17 min | 4 months ago

"robert" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

"He seemed to be saying that next week at the end of next week he would rest the prosecution's case and then what happens. After the prosecution rests will we hear from bob durst himself. Well they've been saying from the beginning. They said in their opening statements that bob will testify and since he reversed himself after nineteen years of denying that he was even in los angeles. Bob almost certainly has to take the stand to give me to this new version of events so if the defense decides not to put bomb on the stand. They're opening up a huge dilemma for themselves. Because it means that all the things that they talked about in their opening statements. All of that is out. If he doesn't testify to it charlie. Bagley thank you for being with us. Britney thanks as always for co hosting with me. Great to be here. Thank you end is in sight. Yes it is and stay with us as the trial of robert durst for the murder of susan. Berman winds down. We're gonna bring you up to the minute. Coverage of all the proceedings and particularly if and when robert durst testifies gonna give in-depth analysis and coverage of that testimony. Here on jury. Duty the trial of robert durst. Please remember that you can receive. Alerts news breaks on developments in robert durst murder trial as well as new episodes of season. Two of jury duty the trial of robert durst by subscribing now on apple spotify. Or wherever you get your podcasts again if you wanna refresh your memory on where. The prosecution and defense are heading their arguments in the trial. Go back and re listen to episodes from season one and head. Over to crime story dot com for in-depth coverage of the durst story jury duty the trial of robert durst is created and produced by carey. Anthony lewis. This episode was written and edited by yours truly brittany bookbinder. It was co produced by alexis. Not bartolo and brittany bookbinder music was provided by strike audio. Thanks for joining us. And we hope to come back. For the next episode of jury duty the trial of robert durst

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"robert" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

04:00 min | 4 months ago

"robert" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

"You know she has hung out with them quite a bit and she's also talked to him quite a bit on the phone while he was in prison. There was a lot of questioning about exactly what she knew about him. And jeannie clark was a tough nut to crack. This is a seventy year old woman on the stand being asked about her sex life and she would not give lewin inch we heard bob in a recording describing how he would like to give her a million dollars and i suppose in the back of their prosecutions mind is will. Why would he give her a million dollars. Bob is nine and especially generous individual. With bob's east coast girlfriend. Susan g. o. Donnell bob had stored sixty four cartons of his private papers that there were family photographs. Were phone bills. That allowed eventually allowed the authorities to track his movements. And bob gave the producers of the jinx access to these boxes so this was treasure trove in her basement. What do you make of the prosecution's efforts to pin them down about whether the relationship was romantic. Well i think what they were trying to get at is to rack what they perceived as Another lie so the probing i think was designed to assess the veracity of anything that they said it wasn't because of some fascination with bob sex life and do you think the same thing would be true of when the prosecution asked susan g donna about how before. She'd really met him and she you know was working with nick shaven and wanted to meet him and she denied having any knowledge of him being from a wealthy family. Do you think there was a similar motivation behind asking her about that. Yes so. I think they were doing two things. One is trying to expose her the truthfulness of whatever she told us. And also it would probably eliminate both her and jeannie clark as any kind of character. Witnesses for ball while bob durst total heartthrob also. Can you talk about the updates. We had this week. I think for a lot of people following along with this case. The jinx was an entry point and i think a lot of people expected for it shoe Play a role in the trial and to hear directly from andrew directly marks merlin And it sounds like that is not going to happen can can you talk about the stipulations. I have to confess a couple years ago. I wrote an article in the new york. Times explaining that that the jinx was going to be on trial when when bob was arraigned in los angelus now as it turned out contrary to my article there were a number of court rulings with respect to this and also a very shrewd decision on the part of the prosecutor and he said from the beginning. I'm not playing the jinx. I'm playing the raw tate of bob talking about himself and responding to questions so you can judge for yourselves. What's true and what's not true. So ultimately agreed to a stipulation that lays out the history of the contacts between bob durst who initiated contact with andrew iraqi and charlie what lies ahead. Feels like. we're winding down here. Doesn't it all i absolutely. I think there's a palpable sense. Where in the final stretch and today in court prosecutor. John lewin alluded to as macci.

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"robert" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

04:14 min | 4 months ago

"robert" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

"Susan berman shaven is expected to testify in person within the next few weeks in his questioning of giordano. Deputy district attorney. John lewin indicated that there were conversations. Between jeered donna and shaven related to robert durst about which shaven will testify. Did you ever tell nicb shaven that. The defense wants to know what niche shaving had said to me now. Did you ever tell nick cave. That defense was determined to find out what he was going to say in court. Did you ever tell nick shaven that. Bob's lawyers had told you that they wanted to know. If nick knew that bob was being extorted by susan. Now do you have any knowledge of bob durst extorted by susan now. Have you ever said to nick that bob is quote sick to death. That nick is going to say something the prosecution that is very bad for him. Unquote have you ever said anything. Similar like that to nick shaven at all nil meaning ever involving any concern that he's going to share information that he has it as damaging to mr durst. Now did you ever tell nicb shaven that. He was the most pivotal important witness in this case. No prosecution's efforts to impeach. Donald credibility in the eyes of the jury seemed to have been intended to set up how this jury would assess any evidence she might offer to support the narrative of robert durst. Defense man you are aware that nick shaven involved durst had a dinner in manhattan in two thousand fourteen correct. You're aware that dinner took place. Yes has balked jurors ever confirm to you. That dinner took place. When did you become aware. Of now that bob durst had confessed according to nick shaving out that when did come where whatever he was in court your ass bomb. No why his knick's..

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"robert" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

04:02 min | 4 months ago

"robert" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

"Google play that's friends. Without the our best scenes robert durst wealth and the large sums of money that he has given susan over. The years became recurring themes throughout her. Testimony ma'am would you agree that as you sit up here today. Testify that you have a financial motivation to keep yourself in good graces with bob durst. Now it's unconditional. How much money has bob durst giving you over the years. Three hundred thousand in total. How much money has bob durst either directly or indirectly given to you or your family members in told..

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"robert" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

04:33 min | 4 months ago

"robert" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

"That is correct to us. To stay that mr durst residents correct well man. So prior houston. You're staying with the man. Would you want to say on the internet. Says you kill your neighbor. You hacked him up. Something might asked him or not so conservative. Know i didn't that esat in hindsight said something that gosh might asset wish. That was not affecting my decision. I wasn't that concerned with the man. My wish you was. You found out as background. Your response to that was according to you not to ask them about it but instead to texas and spend time with his residence. That's true so i'm asking. I cannot explain it okay. It appears that the prosecution strategy is to discredit gene by demonstrating that as a result of her financially beneficial relationship with robert durst. Her loyalty to him is so strong that she is willing to overlook any transgression. The prosecution also suggests that clark is incentivized and would not hesitate to lie under s- path. At one point. During her testimony she denied speaking to durst about his alleged involvement. In susan berman's murder. Have you ever talked to you about the handwriting issue in this case during your job i don't think so. The prosecution then confronted gene with recording of jailhouse call. Between her and robert durst deal with anywhere. Barra we'd be. Yes you ever remember you. Yes itself that no. I don't know that you know i'm not. Will you was great deal. I saw that the prosecution then asked clark about that. Call refreshing recollection about us. Speaking visitors is still important. Detail that mr jurors was confronted with a letter..

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"robert" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

04:27 min | 4 months ago

"robert" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

"Something i i i i i think i left this out but i tell you that i went to his own. A house while i was in danbury I think i read that. But i did. I don't remember if you told me you read. Somebody's i told you know. Mike kennedy cited. I'm driving around these places. I walk my family places and the dissipate that yeah. Yeah but but but i really went. Then it's time we we. We have a visiting day over. Do i'd like. But i thought i left that out but i just want you to know that when i told you i thought you were going to do to keep that in mind. I think that if he was concerned about that he wouldn't have been treating me so bad. Why i don't agree with fitting. I would screw it up like i did. Maybe he's right. I guess he is right then. If arrive at that if i knew what he knew it at my point douglas durst testified to the incident being discussed here when security team informed him of his brother's presence on his katona property. Douglas and his family escaped to safety. While neither deborah nor bob say explicitly what bob intended the implications of these comments in the context of douglas's fear makes this conversation particularly chilling. Although deborah and robert durst remain married they have not lived together for many years. And according to a new york times article. Deborah lived with one of durst lawyers stephen home until his death in two thousand nineteen. Curiously homes obituary in real estate. Weekly says quote. Mr home passed away peacefully at his home surrounded by his family and friends including his wife. Deborah lee cheriton cheriton has remained married to robert durst. Since their november two thousand wedding durst has also looked elsewhere for companionship. That's where gene clark enters the picture. I.

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"robert" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

04:00 min | 5 months ago

"robert" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

"One nine as they call it on the upper east side. Apparently the cops never paid him any attention. Okay he's he's upset about that but there was a new investigation in two thousand and hit the newspapers not only in new york but nationally. And why didn't he step forward now. Now these are the kind of questions we would be asking any of the witnesses that have testified in this case. But where unable to get those answers for mr right now. Have you been able to glean whether the mccormack's knew about this at the time. I don't think that all the mccormack's stayed in touch with him I think that. Jim mccormack certainly did by. I don't think he mentioned this story to mccormick's until fairly recently britney what struck you about that interview as presented on news twelve. Oh my goodness one question. I had was who brings a friend and says excuse me. I'm going to spend the night in here. I guess we'll see in the morning. You know it felt like a little convenient to have somebody else. Who could kind of corroborate some of those details but from the safety of the other side of the door also like Kinda confused about the geography of how all of this is happening. He goes to leave and yet he's close enough to see her get hit in the face with a wad of cash. Seems like the sort of thing you'd have to be pretty close proximity to get a good view of really just a lot of questions And town's pretty gross to say that you've watched somebody grow into a beautiful young woman and then have an affair with them charlie. There was something at the very end of the story in the new york. Post that struck. You isn't there there. There is a it seems that mr stevenson wanted around of congratulations for servicing cathy. During his one night stinger he said. I feel something was wonderful at the end of her life. I hope this was it well. Congratulations mississippi But that judge doesn't measure up one last little bit of trivia. When was the last time you heard robert durst carrying a wad of cash. Charlie s just one other element at the story. That doesn't fit bob Carry credit cards. He he wrote checks. He was not big on cash and he certainly wasn't bringing a cash to somebody's door. Well charlie thanks for joining us for this very special bizarre moment in what has otherwise been completely. Bizarre spectacle will look forward to catching up later in the week on our regularly scheduled episode. Thanks care please remember that you can receive. Alerts news breaks on developments in robert durst murder trial as well. As new episodes of season to a jury duty the trial of robert durst by subscribing now on apple spotify. or wherever. You get your podcast again if you want to refresh your memory on where. The prosecution and defense are heading with their arguments in the trial. Go back and re listen to episodes. From season one and head. Over to crime story dot com for in-depth coverage of the durst store jury duty the trial of robert durst is created and produced by yours truly carry anthologies britney bookbinder as my co host. This episode was co produced by alexis bartolo and britney bookbinder. It was written and edited by britney bookbinder music was provided by stripe audience. Thanks for joining us. And we hope you'll come back for the next episode of jury duty. The trial of robert durst..

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"robert" Discussed on New Media Lab with Robert Southgate

New Media Lab with Robert Southgate

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"robert" Discussed on New Media Lab with Robert Southgate

"Welcome back to another Episode of New Media Lab Today we have our first guest the incomparable troy hybrids trae is not only a green podcast but a good friend before we get to the interview let me introduce myself I am your host Robert South and I am so thrilled you decided to join me before we jump in Detroit Center I want to tell.

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"robert" Discussed on The Robert John Boyle Show

The Robert John Boyle Show

13:35 min | 2 years ago

"robert" Discussed on The Robert John Boyle Show

"Support the success of the business awesome so it sounds like you're working a lot with people so talk to us a little bit about how that relationship will start will accompany reach out to you and say hey. We'd like you to coach one of our executives. tell us a little bit more about that process sure so so it may begin in a number of different ways as you suggest. Robert it may be that an organization has a particular leader that they want coaching for the leader may have a a new mandate a new scope or new geography or a different set of stakeholders and the premises they may have been successful with a group of stakeholders in the past. They may now have a different group of stakeholders where there are different agendas priorities personalities and how does that leader best navigate gate what it is. They're trying to achieve in the context that everybody has a different set of deliverables and you. You may not necessarily be aligned with what I need. So how do I influence you and get you to a point where we have a common ground and we're solving for the same kind in a problem so that might be one other organizations May. WanNa go through a transformation of change. They may be going through emanate tippety or growing growing organically and want a different set of leadership skills. How do they cultivate those leadership skills to best position that organization through the merger acquisition and as well to create a different LO- different culture so for example a firm may have had a steady state as Z. Grow through an acquisition. If the intent is to create a growth mindset within the culture what type of leadership skills are required for Roth mindset that would be different from how they've been operating historically so going from perhaps a process due diligent type of culture her to more of an innovative creative entrepreneurial culture which does require unique set of leadership skills different from how the organization as function previously obviously all right perfect. Thank you for that background and then one last question on this. Tell me a little bit about what it actually looks like when you're working with someone is at your meeting on a biweekly basis. A weekly basis are communicating via skype email like what is that coaching process really look like so great question it probably takes it's all those forms it is by weekly also just in time coaching so if a client is going before their board of directors or presenting to their CEO they may want to do a a dry run around the type of presentation the caliber of the presentation the content to make sure strategic enough high level enough and and so in addition to the formalized biweekly meetings we may meet in between and yes it's all those it may be texting skype there for certainly in person an and they also have meetings with their executive at times human resources talent management some of their stakeholders so that way everybody has a vested interest in having that employees or senior leader be successful perfect. Thank you for that so where I'd like to go next is no. We're here to talk about the Forbes article where I found out about you. Tell me a little bit about how you started writing for Forbes and what that process was like in why you wanted to start art putting content out from my point of view. Forbes is a very distinguished media vehicle and speaks to a wide audience a very seasoned accomplish leaders at as well as leaders who may be identified as high potentials emerging leaders and aspired to be part of the Forbes community so I thought it was good Benue for me to speak to some of the various leadership opportunities and challenges that come my way and and I would have a attentive audience so as I submitted my article a number of years ago I continued to do so and write for Forbes use probably anywhere between three or four times a year as other different publications in addition to Forbes. That sounds good so let's talk about the article on the article's title for everyone. Listening is why entitlement is the number one leadership derailed or you know I'm sure you allow these concepts generated in your mind through your experiences working with management and executives but from your perspective respect tell me why you wanted to write this article and why you specifically wanted to talk about entitlement of course so why I wanted to write about it and why I wanted to talk talk about it is that if you take a cross section of any leadership group any employee group and the statistics true within the population at large there are Dr individuals who are entitled and if we look at the definition of entitlement it does mean that that individuals feel they are deserving something usually really special extraordinary and believe that they are a cut above other people and whether it's their talent whether it's sports parts whether it's our technical expertise and when leadership as entitled it doesn't number of things one it. Does this act derailed because it puts you a card from other people. It doesn't allow you to necessarily collaborate effectively because you you are likely coming across as self-motivated or self interest which isn't about speaking to the collective win or the team team win as well. You are entitled. There's a sense of privileged. Perhaps you present as being indulged dodged in or just being better better smarter quicker more strategic knowing more and it is off putting to a your peers or your colleagues who feel they are equally smart where sometimes may be actually smarter but certainly have according to view and weigh hinch and want to weigh in and they don't feel they have the opportunity because they are clips or circumvented by that entitled leader. Okay and then can you talk talk about some of the situations that this type of behavior will lead to within an organization. You know you talked about entitled employees feeling like they're deserving deserving of something. It's harder for them to collaborate talking me about some of the situations that you've dealt with where this actually leads to a situation negative situation in an organization sure so all leaders and particularly the more senior you are in the organization. All leaders are encouraged have a point of view and a voice and it is why they we are at the table so the more senior you are the less reliant you are on your technical expertise in the more you are on those influencing an impact skills so hello an organization does foster employees and leaders to weigh in and contribute when though you show up at at the table and you believe you are the smartest person in the room that in itself is truly a red flag and because what it does is it then causes others to feel that they are marginalized so if in my practice the leader is entitled they will show up as arrogant and they will show up in some ways feeling that they are privileged or special and they they may do a number of things that are off quitting so they may try to buy for their executives attention by by asking for more time by asking for putting their hand up for a special project wanting to lobby in a more challenging or more forthright way for their own cause and when they do that at the beginning they may be very smooth mood they may be very polished and savvy and others may not see it but with time it becomes apparent that there are really aspirational and self interested in a highly narcissistic manner okay and then talk to me a little bit about that because a lot a lot of the qualities that you're describing sound like qualities of you know someone who's like a go getter. Someone who is ambitious talking me about the difference between someone one who has a a a solid level of ambition and wants to excel in an organization versus someone who's really entitled in thinks that they're entitled to Special Opportunities -Tunities and to accelerate organization is fantastic question so if your ambitious and aspirational absolutely those are qualities that that we seek out in leaders and senior leaders because it is about wanting to make a difference it is about wine to add value and for those who are aspirational `rational you think about. How can I increase my scope. How can I have a more complex mandate because this is how I am challenged. This is how I the. Mb measured on the metrics around how I do impact that's different than a narcissist leader who is about wanting to show off after trophies about hey look at me and their favorite reflection is their own reflection in the mirror that says look everybody. I'm so great and and you owe all of you might team others in the organization only for my smarts for my ability to allow allow you to shine verses leaders who are aspirational and or not narcissistic are interested in helping profile and create visibility for others so my clients who are aspirational look have very much a yes a need to win with. They do it around around coaching and developing others because they are great exporters of talent. They want other people to basically be a reflection collection of them were relative to their own achievements and they position and for greatness versus entitled leaders look at in terms of anyone who surround him is fortunate or Laki just by being near them and that's why others are successful so aspirational leaders who are ambitious want to seek out opportunities to profile there directs their peers because they're proud of that because they feel that they are a contributor to their success as opposed to created. Their success says that makes a lot sense. ASPIRATIONAL leaders want to lift people up around them but don't feel like just because people are around that those people are now better for being around them and where I want to go next I wanNA talk about this difference between aspirational leaders in entitled leaders in the context of win. something goes wrong when a project goes bad in there and now people are pointing fingers and blaming others talking about the difference about how those two leaders would take that kind of situation. I love this question and you're making me smile. So in terms of the difference wins an aspiration leader was something goes wrong what they usually do is they'll step back and reflect the pull the team in and say let's step back and go through the steps that we took. Did we socialize our idea. Did we do due due diligence. Did we speak in advance to all the key stakeholders to ensure that we've considered all the data points that we have alignment that that we have them on board before we execute and where was the missing gap. What are the lessons learned. How do we retrace some of our steps on. What do we do differently differently going forward to ensure that we minimize the consequences or the implications for the next time around. That's very different than in entitled leader who spends time externalizing lane they are masters at pointing their fingers at this went wrong because because so-and-so wasn't fully on board because I didn't have enough of the right resources because my budget was pulled because this team player didn't show up and so they are they excel at not being accountable at not taking ownership for are the problems when they go wrong and instead look externally and when you are entitled you're arrogant and when you are arrogant you have very little or minimal self-awareness minimal insights into the role you've played and also very little little tolerance to look inside yourself so typically what happens with an aspirational leader is that when they are given feedback act aspirational leader whose well-balanced will step back have a leadership maturity to an entitled leader.

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07:31 min | 2 years ago

"robert" Discussed on The Robert John Boyle Show

"Will be able to navigate anything from securing a mortgage aged to <hes> global currencies. I think these are all exciting <hes> vehicles in the area of and <hes> technology alsi for sure and in turn up in terms of you know the leadership. That's required excites me because these are our leaders who do have a compelling vision. See the world in a very different way <hes> they are changing agency are entrepreneurial will enter highly passionate about <hes> impact that they can have on the world and making the world a better place from a first world all to developing countries so when i work with those leaders <hes> they are very <unk> engaging because they have an intense commitment it to raising the bar or very excited about what they can do when they were able to be creative and think out of the box very good and i think <hes> it's gonna take a lot of aspirational leaders to get us to that point where we are in a world of driverless cars goods not just about the technology has also bow dealing with government regulation and dealing with you know <hes> you know society's taboos around getting into a car without a driver so <hes> i think it's going to be a very interesting decade <hes> to watch that unfold one question that i'd like to ask is let's see how oh wow i it just kind of disappeared from my mind. I know what it is. <hes> your we talked before <hes> we started this interview about. Some of the content plays that you're you're thinking about making your own career. Could you talk to me about the next two to three years. What new things that you're trying to do with your own coaching business. What new technologies and modalities you're interested in for sure so my point of view the further reach the wider reach the greater reach that i have the better because is i think very few of us understand what great leadership is about for some people they come by it naturally and it is intuitive and they excel it were others if they are fortunate to have had a good mentor a great leader than they can learn learn bias militias or more formally by the coaching that they received but if you think about how we advance within our own career all of us start off as individual contributors if you do a good job if you are process oriented if you deliver on time within budget then then you will be rewarded and then you move up the ranks and then suddenly you're a people manager so very few people managers the jurors have had training on how to be a people manager now they need to figure out how to motivate people what drives them and if you have up a team of anywhere from four to six six to eight individuals then you need to understand that not everybody is motivated by the same thing and and so by being able to reach a wider audience through different social media from my point of view would help you leaders new leaders <hes> soon to be leaders. <hes> who are people managers really acquire skills more more quickly more efficiently and likely have less misteps in their career and ultimately allow the organization to <hes> have better returns increase their profit margins because that's what the motivation is of not all most organizations and <hes> i really want to be able to to spread that message wider in specifically the point about people managers understanding that the people that they manage are all motivated by different things. Some people want money. Some people want more work life balance some people one more of a challenge and you really have to have those individual conversations to understand what it is that each person wants so you you know if someone is interested in connecting with you are learning more about you. Where could they find you. Wear on social media <hes> personal websites just like a plug a little bit about where people can find you on the internet so they can access. If they search my name they can find me on my website which is cindy waller dot com <hes> <hes> as well they can find me on my twitter handle at cindy waller <hes> and if they're interested in some of the thought leadership as you mentioned the very beginning robert robert of this podcast they can find me <hes> as a frequent writer on forbes huffington post ceo magazine <hes> and many other publications and access some of my thoughts as well <hes> i post regularly linked in and it could access <hes> some of my thinking in perspective. Is there as well. Oh fantastic. Thank you so much for your time cindy. Is there anything you'd like to leave us with. Before we end the podcast i think this was very inspiring. Opportunity virginity and i thank you for your expertise robert and privileged to work with you today. Absolutely thank you so much for your time and thank you everyone for taking the time to listen to us. See see us andy by now if you're still listening to my voice number one i wanna thank you for making it all the way to the podcast. I really really appreciate you taking all of that time. What i want to say what i want to leave you with is if you've listened to the past thirty minutes of this podcast. I hope you're taking in something away and i hope you can turn that into a behavior so if you're in that mood if you're in that mindset if you felt like wow i just listen to that and maybe i'm a little bit entitled. Maybe i have some things to work on. I think active listening is the number one thing that you can take away from this podcast. Start working on today and your next conversation and your next fifteen conversations can you while your speaking actively listened to what the other person is saying and ask questions based on their statements. Tell me more about that. I i heard you say this. What do you think about this. It's just a really really easy way to start turning on the active listening part of your brain and show people that you're actually interested in what they had to say and not just waiting for them to finish that you can add your own two cents on whatever it is that you're talking about anyway time for me to plug some of the other things that i do if you are interested that in me and my content please check me out on linked in go search robert john boyle. I post about entitlement post about all kinds of things voice. <hes> just whatever it is that i'm thinking in a professional capacity on that particular day and if you are in alexa user if you have an alexa device you can enable my flash briefing r._j._b. 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04:55 min | 2 years ago

"robert" Discussed on The Robert John Boyle Show

"You know, I see it as a as a sign of growth and I just kind of wanted to show people where my sound is heading. Rodney has. That was seasons from Rodney hazard a music artists based in Brooklyn, New York. And this is what he has to say about it pleases was made around the same time that I made panther beach was crazy that wasn't even that long ago seasons is really meant represent transition. You know it's exactly what the name implies. You know, the world keeps turning I keep changing as a person, you keep changing as a person as result. My music changes, as well. So, you know, I see it as a as a sign of growth and I just kind of wanted to show people where my sound is heading moving into the summer that have plenty of new stuff on the way this is really just something to keep people intrigued inbetween project. So I have about nine projects. Ready to go? Ready to go out doors all about timing. Right. But the fade shoutout to Robert for having me once again, this is hazard. You're listening to seasons. Thank you so much for listening. Enjoy the rest of your Sunday.

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06:03 min | 2 years ago

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"Hey guys. What's up? It's your girl any. I have to do that. So. Hey podcast, thank you so much for being here today on fade. We are welcoming any any music. She's going to be talking about her single. It is what it is off of her most recent EP lonely lovers fantasy. This is a true story about acceptance and in her voice message, any is going to describe the process of consenting creating in building this track. I hope you enjoy. Hey guys, what's up? It's girl any. I just want to thank you guys, listening to my latest single. It is what it is. And shout out to Robert Boyle for having me on his show, the way that I came up with the song was basically a wrote down a bunch of phrases. Poured Adamy in probably half an hour because it was based on a true story in most of it was something that I need to get off my chest, and then basically I rearranged all the lyrics and made a fit to the song. I named it is what it is. Because it describes a feeling of acceptance it's not quite heartbroken is just one of those feelings. And I know everybody feels 'cause I catch everybody saying that phrase, and then we laugh about it now because it's my single but it describes a feeling of acceptance like, okay it is what it is. And the lyrics go it is what it is just a separate like this go about enhancing my business. So thank you guys for listening and make sure to follow me at a e music. That's WWW Dan any music dot com. You can go on there. Check out the rest of the EP lonely lovers fantasy. And I can't wait for you guys for me next. I do know that. What? Okay. So. School. Pleaded, but you got me. These games. I'm breaking. I'm doing. Maybe. The. Like how you been. Like you. Good. School. Shoe would. Hey podcast, it's me again. Thank you for making it this, far if you are in Alexa, user, I highly suggest that you able my flash briefing, RJB three sixty five. It is the exact same audio as the podcast, remastered, specifically for the elected vice to make sure it sounds just as good as it does on the podcast. If you are someone who listens to a flash briefing, every morning, a great inefficient way for you to get the content in, in a more seamless and integrated way with your life. So enable RJB three sixty five in make me super duper happy. See.

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05:38 min | 2 years ago

"robert" Discussed on The Robert John Boyle Show

"Sometimes we have to folds time. Have what is not a good thing? Okay, grabby host. How are we do? They'll just see. Right. There's this holiday shin right now, there's connotation with old people where this big hole scared of big brother situation where of global Alexa, electoral does listening. Well, I'm sure your that a lot of what you say about that. So a few things come to mind. You know, I think we as humans will trade convenience for privacy or trade privacy for being excuse me. So a lot of people are really concerned with people listening. Alexa, listening to you while you're having your conversations and whatnot. And that's a real worry. Alexa, Google apple, you know. They can hear what's happening. That's how it works. It has to always be listening. So that when you say the white word, it'll do things my retort is always that. You're not really thinking about the the the how Vance the skills are gonna be and how well gonna be able to help you with your day. So for instance, I wake up I say, hey, Alexa, low I need to do today tells you all your reminders, Alexa, calling while you're brushing your teeth. Hey, alexa. Call me, my Lewer realized that your truth brush, your out of toothpicks less. Choose goes a lesson. I need something for breakfast breakfast shows up while you're getting. Uber. Like all of these things that saves us time that you have to use your thumbs to do like, I think that level of convenience is so underrated people tell me, I'm never gonna get in Alexa. It's kind of like when people say, I'm never gonna text or I'm not gonna use GPS because I don't want apple Google to know where I am those kinds of things. However, there are people in the world who don't have smartphones. I think are gonna be people in the world. Just don't get Alexa, Google, you know, I think are going to be people who as technology continues to advance just decide that I'm good. And that's fine. That's do you. There are people who still call the phones types. But like you're telling me if I'm using my phone for ways and ordering through reads like an Amazon prime inaugural location. We got over that one pretty quick like the same privacy. Didn't it's happening right now. I don't want them listening to me. But they know where you are in before in twenty ten nine eight seven having a conversation about is. Okay. The apple Google nowhere. I animal we don't really care about that as much now. Well, that's an interesting aspect of voice. I feel I could sit here with you for an hour. Yeah. Like, we get down keep flaw of society continued to fan of profession events tours general, and I think yours is really important to tell because a lot of young people. That's like that's my target audience. I want you'll understand that they can do anything. They want to do they need to be strategic. And then this thing about it. But they can really do whatever they want to do. And that's why we're talking about like extra pressures environmental pressures yet. That's why you're actually quite processes because you're you're young and people that like your age think the way that you do and that's the whole point. We're just trying to get people to think, you're right. I think a lot of if I could leave for young, let's list athlete. We're talking to young people 'cause I think super important if I could the young people with anything it's like twenty to thirty is an amazing time to try things if you don't know what you want to. Be. I think there's a lot of pressure that parents and just older people in general put on young twenty to thirty year olds. Like, oh, what are you doing with your life? Have you figured it out yet like well career path or you on. And I think that's the wrong mindset. If you really think that you're gonna live for a long time, which I think most of us are, you know? As long as nothing bad happens. Most of us are gonna live for pretty long time. And so twenty to thirty two seems like the best time to try things to do lots of jobs ticket vantage of your time to try anything's possible in don't let your aunt Hussein. Oh, why don't you know what you're doing with your life yet? Vince, you that you shouldn't try that thing. I love the. I just sat down with someone who designed watches for living has ever huge. Nice watch. Yeah. It's businesses emerging rapidly. And it's taken stages and has parasol saying when you get that job. So that being said this has been Rajon boil you can find him the robber, John will show social pleasure to have him for an episode real people. Also, John tell the people where they can find work though, Robert John Boyle show up on Instagram at Robert dot J dot boil and Lincoln, Robert John Boyle in if you're really into it tick tock at Robert dodge voile as all the real young ones. Also, tell Alexa to tune into the rob drop Bill show. Not maybe there could be an app that you or if you actually built the Robertson oil show is a skill in the Alexa skills store. If you go to your Alexa device and safe Robert John oil show, you can enable the skill and it just lays my podcast. It's going to get one. That's another. Yeah. That was what you think. That's the lets you had a baby. Thank you all so much for listening. I would love for you to two cents me on Twitter. Basically hit me up at Robert J Boyle underscore at Robert J Boyle underscore in the tell me what you thought about the episode. I will definitely reply and I'd love to hear from me. All right. See?

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