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"robert benjamin" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

01:56 min | 9 months ago

"robert benjamin" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"Type of young acord has ordered two young girls to spend weekends with their sex offender. Father red flag red flag provided he puts a door on their bedroom that they can lock so if daddy tries to touch them and he will. The girls can just run upstairs and lock their doors. Judge robert benjamin till you know you realize that the father is probably two hundred and fifty pounds and the girls are like seventy. It doesn't take a lot to overpower. Young girls physically. I know all right. Judge robert benjamin in the family courts. Hobart branch ruled that the girls. Apparently this happened in the uk role that the girls need some need some protection from their father particularly at night. You shouldn't need any protection day or night at your father. however the risk of sexual abuse was diminished. When they're awake alert apparently. He's like a vampire. Molester will only strike when the sun is down judge. Benjamin said that the father who was convicted of downloading child porn must have an adult friend. Stay with him. When the girls stayed overnight he added that until the youngest girl turned fourteen. The girls must share the same room so they can have the mutual support of one another and it will make it easier for the father. Molest two birds with one hand. A family court counselor said the girls aged ten eight are at an age and maturity when awake dressed and together it would be unlikely that the father would act inappropriately towards them. Do you have any sort of facts or research to support this cockamamie theory. The family court counselor went on to say however at night when they're asleep or partly asleep and not aware of each other's whereabouts. They would be less secure. The case has.

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"robert benjamin" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"robert benjamin" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Let's talk about death. It's very killing us all get competing of the competing of political ads. And we're also having online theater and movies is part of this. Such a bill. Well, Robert Benjamin from Los Alamos, He's written a number of plays short place related to Mortality issues like writing your own obituary. And what do you do with all of your stuff when you have a terminal illness? If you want to pass along your precious items, and Ah, a play called plots where A man who who's first wife dies. He and his second wife visit the wife of the grave of the first wife and comedic conflict ensues when she realizes she's not my burial plans. Always the last to find out. But I mean, you take this seriously the fact that people need to, especially in times like these plan ahead. Absolutely, and see my approach is to bring a light touch to what many consider a dark subject so that we can talk about it and make her plans and be prepared. Before somebody gets sick or dies. I guess the bigger picture Gail is. Why's it such a dark subject? You know what happened? What happened to our psyche that we fear death so much, even though everybody is going to experience death at some point What happened? Was that the whole hell thing? Well, it's actually a matter of self esteem if you've ever heard of the work of the denial of death. It's a sociological look at why we as humans who can think and speak and have projections. Of ourselves into the future or remembering the past. That we are terrified about the idea of not being here. And you can either respond to that. With Being prepared, or if you're afraid of it, you just try and pretend it doesn't It's not gonna happen, and that's where 70% of our population is. They're in denial right now. I think that about the same probably 70% in denial about Cove. It's actually really dangerous. There are it happened? Obviously, it happens to people having over 1700. People got code diagnosed her tested positive over the weekend, just in New Mexico. 1700, but not me. Not meat. That's them. Right. Right, right. But we do need to be prepared and we need to wear our masks. What's on the other side? On the other side of life. What's out there? Well, you know, I've heard people at my death Cafe's actually talk about near death experiences and They say it's wonderful, peaceful. There's no pain. Who Who knows exactly what's there, But, um, I'm actually interested in hearing from Tammy Homes, the psychic B and we also have a panel actually of women in from Santa Fe. Who will be talking about communicating with the dead. The Woo's side of death. People from Santa Fe are into that. Oh, yes. So come on in Santa Fe. It's what the dead. Want to tell you, Judy Fine journalists. Author of how to Communicate with the Dead Any. Mattingly, the AUT, author of the After Death chronicles. Her daughter came to her, and she did a whole book about speaking with her daughter and other people speaking with other dead people, and Bethany Pie, is a spirit release specialist. Um She helps her company is Angels helping humans to help spirits move along to where ever go to the light. Some cultures aren't allowed to speak about this kind of thing. It's true. Certainly in the Native American communities, Death is generally avoided. Discussion..

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"robert benjamin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"robert benjamin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Motor Vehicle Commission location is temporarily closed because of covert 19 Paul to Castro reports the NBC licensing centre located them. Patterson is being closed until at least October, 16th after an employee tested positive for the Corona virus, NBC officials say the last time the infected employee worked at the Patterson branch was October 1st. This is the agency's third location to shut down this month because of the virus. The Newark location is also closed until October 16th while the North Bergen Center is closed until October. 20th a federal appeals court in San Francisco, says President Trump's bid to redirect more than $3.5 billion in Defense Department funds to pay for building his border wall. Is illegal. The 2 to 1 decision by a three judge panel of the ninth U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals upholds a lower court ruling by Oakland Federal Judge California and eight other states sued to block the transfer of funds. Co founder of the Motion Picture Company, which brought Caddyshack Arthur and desperately seeking Susan to the big screen has died. Lisa Taylor reports, the Hollywood reporter says William Bernstein died Thursday at his Bel Air home from Parkinson's disease at age 87. Bernstein, Mike Medavoy, Arthur Krim, Robert Benjamin and Eric Klesko left United Artists in 1978 to form or Ryan Pictures. Bernstein came up with the name Orion, saying the constellation has five stars just like us. The studio also produced the 19 eighties hits Hannah and her Sisters. Platoon three Amigos and Amadeus Bernstein left the company in 92 to become an executive vice president of Paramount Pictures. Lisa Taylor Rafael Nadal has won the French Open. He defeated Novak Djokovic 606275 at Roland Garros Sunday. I'm Cameron Fairchild. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg News Room. The Corona virus may remain infectious for weeks on money, glass and other common surfaces. That is the disturbing news, according to research by Australia's top bio security laboratory that highlights risks from paper, currency, touch screen devises and grab handles and rails. Scientists at the Australian Center for Disease Preparedness published results of the study in the Virology journal. New York City officials have announced the closing of two aging jail facilities more from Bloomberg's Dinis Pellegrini. The Manhattan detention complex in lower Manhattan, nicknamed the Tombs, and the Otis Bantam Correctional Center on Rikers Island, will stop housing inmates before the end of November. The facilities currently house about 750 people combined and the closing star, part of a broader plan. Approved by the New York City Council last year to shut down the Rikers Island complex by 2026 replace it with four smaller jails intended to be more modern and more humane. Sinisa Pellegrini Bloomberg Radio contact.

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"robert benjamin" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"robert benjamin" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Closed because of covert 19 Paul de Castro reports CNBC Licensing centre located them. Patterson is being closed until at least October, 16th after an employee tested positive for the Corona virus, NBC officials say the last time the infected employee worked at the Patterson branch was October 1st. This is the agency's third location to shut down this month because of the virus. The Newark location is also closed until October 16th while the North Bergen Center is closed until October. 20th a federal appeals court in San Francisco, says President Trump's bid to redirect more than $3.5 billion in Defense Department funds to pay for building his border wall. Is illegal. The 2 to 1 decision by a three judge panel of the ninth U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals upholds a lower court ruling by an Oakland federal judge, California and eight other states sued to block the transfer of funds. The co founder of the Motion Picture Company, which brought Caddyshack Arthur and desperately seeking Susan to the big screen, has died. Lisa Taylor. Reports, the Hollywood reporter says William Bernstein died Thursday at his Bel Air home from Parkinson's disease at age 87. Bernstein, Mike Medavoy, Arthur Krim, Robert Benjamin and Eric Klesko left United Artists in 1978 to form or Ryan Pictures. Bernstein came up with the name Orion, saying the constellation has five stars just like us. The studio also produced the 19 eighties hits Hannah and her Sisters, Platoon three Amigos and Amadeus Bernstein left. Company in 92 to become an executive vice president of Paramount Pictures. Lisa Taylor Rafael Nadal has won the French Open. He defeated Novak Djokovic 606275 at Roland Garros Sunday. I'm Cameron Fairchild, NBC news radio. Hello. Santa Fe, Josh Schultz Zakarian's sons here, People ask us what makes Zakarian's sons homes different from other builders. We answer tradition. Zakarian's sons family has been building homes for six generations..

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"robert benjamin" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"robert benjamin" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"One of the characters is struggling with cabin fever. Because she vory much like to socialize and the other Character is a recluse who who thinks that Cove it times are a dream come true because he doesn't have to socialize with anybody. He's got an excuse. I don't That's what I've been saying. Since like since March. You know if you don't want to do something, just just tell your partner Sorry. Pandemic, and then you're off the hook. It sure is a ready yet? Yeah, This particular character is an introvert. So he's just happy as a clam to be to be in his health alone without anyone bothering him. Alright, so Duchess will deal with this actually, and indeed be live. Absolutely that it will be alive. It is run on zoom in a webinar format People will join in. We also will have a you know a talkback question and answer afterwards so people can ask the actors or the playwright questions And the thing that I think is so important and critical about this and why am really endorsing it. It is live Unlike a lot of the things that are being done now it's done on YouTube or it's filmed and then posted somewhere Well, I just think there's a plethora product out there that you can watch on YouTube or straining that, But the point and Mike, you know, I'm a huge fan live theater. There's nothing like it. So this is significant and different, and that's and so we don't record it. It will not be posted. Where if you don't you don't have canned done for Yes, this is it. It's you know, on what makes this one unique because we did. A performance of hunkered down back in August, is that because Robert wrote a sequel? On Friday night show You will get to see the first act the way it was in August. Now you'll get to see the second act as an addition and those of you who may have missed it in August, get to see it again. Live because it is not recorded. It is not posted anywhere else. Okay, Very, very cool. I'm glad you clarified that. So the two characters are they, Robert, Can you tell us or we have to? We have to wait and watch. Will they be in the same place? Well, they're on the same screen when you're watching it for that in the same room on the same No, they're not in the same room because she tried to visit him in person, and he would have none of that. Because that's not what hunkering down is about. So she sent he sent her away. But he agreed that he would have Ah, doom conversation with her. So the play? Is there video call that they make after he had after he has read rejected her trying to visit in person, okay? Is this How long is the play? Robert? This version of the play that will be seeing on Friday is about 40 minutes long. Okay, Um and it will have Ah, a short interval between the two scenes. Such as did you? Did you add any direct any or bring out any humor any any laughter in hunker now? Oh my gosh. It's I don't know, even know most of the stuff that I've directed instead to be kind of a poignant stuff. The reason that this works I think is because it includes humor as well as poignancy and the relevancy of Of the pandemic. There's a lot of humor in this who are the actors. The actors playing the part of Kevin is Don Kongers, and he has been seen at the Santa Fe Play house and the Swan in many plays here in Santa Fe locally, and then I get the lucky I get like this, Clint Eastwood. I get to play the part of Barry and so I get to do two roles in this director and actor. What's her name? Her name is buried the R I and she's kind of she's slightly opportunity. She's a little bit flamboyant and very much an extrovert. So you're not a social You're not. You're not a party, girl. Gosh, no, no, no, no, no. I'm the one in the corner. No, no, no. I love Zoom. Hi, Fi. I'm doing really well. So you so you are you are him. All right? So how Duchess. How have you been handling personally as yourself? Dutch Is Dale been handling Cove. It Well, as I said, in the beginning for me, it was. It was easy peasy because I am an introvert. I'm not a party person. Socializing is not high on my list, so I was adapting to it pretty well. And then, of course, in the weeks and months went by, I began to have a different appreciation of how nice it would be. To connect with humans other than on a screen or a phone call. So gratefully I have these creative outlet. A direct theater to act in theater to keep me saying. All right. You guys have let the cat out of the bag. There is a sequel that Robert tells about his equal or are there prequels as well? No, no prequel that I've thought of yet. That's a good idea, though. Thank you know, as Duchess mentioned the original was, Ah, Single act, so it was a 20 minute play. And then when we did it last month at T a trope, Aragua. And we had about 200. People show up for that on zoom. Which is pretty amazing when you Yeah, so so progress if they do in in person theater they get like 50 people. I mean, that's as many pieces they have. They often get fewer than that. But, um, so the idea of having 200 people in their audience at once was terrific. And then during the talk back a number of Audience members who spoke up said, Well, I want to know what's gonna happen to these characters. So you need to write a sequel. You need to write another scene that that shows them some number of weeks or months later. So I took that hint. What happens to us? What happened to that The characters on them is us, right? Well, yes. Yeah, Yeah, yeah. Yeah. And that sense Well, in this case, the second scene the sequel is three weeks later. So that puts them back in June, right, So it's still in our path. Not in our future yet. And so they have worked some things out. But they're still struggling with other things has this is open up Other opportunities for you, Robert or other idea for you. It's like, you know, got your creative juices going about doing things rather than just live in a black box theater somewhere. Now you can do things you know, on on Zoom or other medium. Yeah, I agree with what Duchess said about zoom opening up the opportunity to Ah to basically put your play out right on network, you know, nationally or internationally, right? So they Yeah, it opens up a great a great opportunity for playwrights that are sort of hunker down. And, uh, you know, looking to get to get produced in some way indeed. Our guests are the playwright. Robert Benjamin and the director and actress, one of two in in the play called Hunker Down, Dutch Is Dale Robert once again. Where, when? How can people watch it on Friday? So this will be this Friday evening, September 26th at seven o'clock PM local time Mountain time. And it'll it'll be. It will be produced by T A trope, Aragua and you, Khun get you can register for it at the osteoporotic.

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"robert benjamin" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"robert benjamin" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"35 minutes after one. It's Tuesday's 22nd Day, September happens to be coincidentally. The birthday of Bilbo and proto bag. Also the first full day of honor. Paul started at 6:30 A.m. Today a nice day Today 80 degree in Santa Fe air quality is much improved even from yesterday. Still, some haze in the air. All right. We like love to talk about theatre Way. Have a playwright on in a director on now we have Robert Benjamin and Dutch is Dale on with us to talk about a play in a series of plays, in fact, Plate is called, Hunker down, Robert. Welcome to the show. Thank you for having us. Dutch is welcome to the show. Thank you. I did of that. You. Is that your real name? Duchess? Honestly. Yes. Yes, Actually, my grandmother named me It's a really long story and it was a duchess, but we're very lucky and dropped the what a great name, Duchess. Oh, no, no. It's been held Growing up, Okay? You can change it. You know, there are ways I'm sure I'm sure. You know I could. All right. The play is called Hunker down. Robert. You wrote the play. What's it about? Yes, the players about seniors about single older adults. You are coping with the cove it crisis. So is basically a very modern up today play. Timely kind of place. It's about his modernise. I could possibly make it because the play takes place during Covad times, and we're still there. We are indeed. Still there. So you wrote it for zoom, I assume, because when you start writing the play, you know well, we will never be able to do this on the board. Never be able to do this in the theater. So he wrote a presumably on my right. Well, actually, when I wrote it back in April, and May I was optimistic that maybe theatre would open a lot sooner. So I wrote it for the stage. Then I adapted it resume. Okay. How does that work? Duchess? You are the director. Have you ever directly ever directed a zoom play before? Actually, this is about my seventh or eighth director play, so I'm grateful that I had the live theater directing experience to transfer into that and and just a comment on how timely This play is not only did Robert translate it to zoom, but now he's written kind of a sequel that even makes it even more current, So it's very much A zoom experience so that we can keep up with live theater. All right. So, Robert, how do we? How do we see hunger now? We see hunkered down. At the, um Teatro Progress in Santa Fe is producing it on Zoom this Friday evening at seven o'clock local time. And you can register for it at Tho, Parraga or GQ, or by email at Tho Prague was at gmail dot com. Either way, we'll get you a link to the zoom event. What you write a play about this? About code. About seniors. Why did I write a play? Yeah, Yeah. Yeah, well As far as seniors go, I am one So I'd like to write about things pertaining to myself. And I thought it was important As I saw the cove it crisis unfolding. That, um, an important element is how do we find social connection when everyone is telling us to be socially distant? I know that hand. That's what the play is about. Come and see the place. You'll see how how to senior struggle with this question about trying Actually, it's two. It's two seniors who don't really like each other. Um, but they are beginning to realize how important it is to socialize. And so they struggle with the question, So this is good dough One Cove. It Yet. Soon. Dd and go on code Duchess when he read the play. Did you say, Oh, man, I want to direct this. I want to do this immediately. There's like, you know, it's like, I don't know. The dark subject. Well, I liked it and I have directed one of Robert's other place on whom and we were. We were talking about it, and I said, Well, this would be great, but I'm not sure we're going to get Do it. You know if only we could do it on zoom and of course, that bit of A light bulb in Robert's head, and he said, I'll get back to you, and he translated it into a zoom thing. And then it was like absolutely yes, because it is so time Lake on DH people were hungry to do something creative while sheltering in place. Plus, I'm just a huge proponent of live here, so to be able Still offer alive fear to audiences not only in Santa Fe. This is where it gets really cool relatives. Friends. People can watch it from across the country and participate in Live theatre, which is one of the things that I think is the The bonus is about all of it. Yeah, it is. Indeed people can watch it from everywhere, and people have a lot of time on their hands so they can also participate or watch the play is called hunker down. Our guests are the playwright Robert Benjamin and the director Duchess Dale Robert on Ly two characters. Yes, but the two character play many of the place that I write. Art are two characters because I I try Tio developed sort of intense, intimate. Our relationships on stage again. Um, And so it works with two characters who have very different views. About what Is going on in the cove at times and how to deal with it..

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"robert benjamin" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"robert benjamin" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Most economists did not especially prioritize shutting down schools. Universities and K through 12 schools. Each received one priority. 1st 1st priority vote apiece on Ly one. Right real quickly. What would make the economy look better or worse in 2021 next year? Care of economists who predicted that certain scenarios would increase or decrease GDP growth between the fourth quarter's 2020. In the early 2021 vaccine approved by Election Day. 50% said it be about the same, 50% said it would be substantially better the GDP, Democrats control the presidency and Congress. 0% said. It would be worse, 53% said it be about the same, and 47% said it would be substantially higher The GDP A few 12 classes are taught in person. 50 50 essentially, Biden winds, Congress stays the same. That happens, 94% economists say nothing will change. Trump wins Congress Day's the same 41% of the economists say things will be substantially worse. 59% said. Things will stay the same Trump wins. Congress stays the same. Election viewed his illegitimate 47%. Much worse. 50% the same. No additional stimulus by November, 60% say things will be much worse. 38% the same and 3% substantially better find all of that information is good stuff. School stuff, I think. At fivethirtyeight dot com. Comeback with Robert Benjamin, Duchess Dale will talk about a play.

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"robert benjamin" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"robert benjamin" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"All right. So here's the plan. 1 30 day We'll talk about a play. Called hunker down. The playwright Robert Benjamin and the director, Duchess Dale. Great name. Now that's a 1 32 o'clock today will talk to three artists. From the railyard artists and market will talk to Renee Tanner, Mary Beth Bartlett and Robin Goddard. Three o'clock today. Aileen Barry. And Jesse. Groot toys, I think We'll talk about the Children's Foundation. I'm sure I screwed that up, Jesse. My apologies. And 3 30. Today we'll talk about the sculpture program. At Santa Fe Community College with two instructors and two sculptors, the same to John Boy's and Petro home as the 3 30 today. And maybe other things will happen. Email me if you want to be on the show. Just just just, you know. Sidebar quick. If you're on the E Mail me to be on the show follow up. I'll just leave it hanging. Please. Just a request from your uncle Richard. Or two for 12, 60 the phone number. You want to talk about anything? That you want to talk about fine with me. One piece of local news actually have a couple pieces of local news in this first half hour. Email from the attorney general's office today. That would be one Hector bald eras. Our attorney general announced Natural resource is an environmental equity initiative. You talk a lot about environment, environmental justice, environmental racism sacrifice zones of the show. So the G has appointed A group of people a Count Advisory council. Come up with specific policy. Today. Attorney General Hector Balder has announced that the New Mexico office of the attorney general is launching an initiative focus on equity and access to Justus concerns. For minority communities. In the natural resource is an environmental protection arenas. He started by appointing Advisory Council comprising representative from marginalized communities. Who have historically been ignored in policy and decision making in these areas. Skip down in the E Mail today from the A G's office. The purpose of this initiative. Is to T man. Equity. In conservation. Environmental protection and land and resource management. And use.

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"robert benjamin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"robert benjamin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Waved in softies on homes pre plump for water treatment 10 for the high today in the Valley, and the triple digits will stick around. All this week. If you have breathing sensitivity, make sure you limit your time outside. Hazy conditions continue from the California wildfires. I'm ABC Fifteens Megan Thompson at 805 of his 80 Degrees and Surprise Thiss morning. Two teenagers suspected in an armed robbery were shot by Phoenix police officers last night. The 15 and 16 year olds are in critical condition. Police say. Two officers were responding to the robbery near 29th Avenue of Metro Parkway when they saw the suspects driving in a stolen car. Shortly after stopping them. The 15 year old driver suddenly drove toward one officer, causing both officers to shoot. This just in moments ago to the day our newsroom Phoenix police searching for a suspect who attempted to hit a Phoenix police officer with their truck just this morning, a motorcycle officer attempting to pull over a truck for speeding their roser and Seventh Avenue. The truck pulled into a dirt lot. Did it turns started to speed toward the officer who had to lay down his bike to avoid getting hit officer is asking you to avoid the areas they look for. The suspect at a Scottsdale man is accused of shooting and wounding a new Mexico state police officer. During a traffic stop on I 40 over the weekend 28 year old Robert Benjamin Nelson facing US list of serious charges, including attempted murder, resisting and aggravated battery on a peace officer. And best way to say it appears Nelson fired multiple rounds at the officer's head as she approached his pickup Corona virus in Arizona. New you of a research finds covered 19 didn't create some of the big issues at Arizona's nursing homes. Instead, it highlighted problems that have been ignored for.

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"robert benjamin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"robert benjamin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Going on, you know, I don't care what kind of a personal agenda or what kind of a societal agenda you have. You're not gonna win anybody over to your side by showing up and saying Kill the police, and we hope they don't make it. And calling them pigs. You know, you got a mom laying in the hospital clinging to life. What are we going to do when we don't have good candidates wanting to be police officers anymore? Or we have veterans highly trained Good police officers who just don't want to do take the risk any more. Then you're going to have very untrained citizens who are armed, taking matters into their own hands for law and order. You know what? Just scarier to you that that is the day? I believe that would be the end result. If we don't get this under control if we don't get this hate towards the police under control, I listen. Things need to change. Absolutely. Things need to change. But once again, you're not winning anybody to your side. Nobody wants to hear the argument from somebody who says good. I hope that lady cop who's a mom dies. That isn't going to get you any sympathy for your cause. Is righteous is the cause may be and by the way, this not just going on the West Coast, you have the Scottsdale guy arrested for shooting and wounding a new Mexico state police officer. They say that Robert Benjamin Nelson 28 years old of Scottsdale, booked in this Ebola county detention center on suspicion of attempted murder. Among other things, they say it appears he fired multiple rounds at a female police officers head as she approached his vehicle after pulling him over on..

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"robert benjamin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"robert benjamin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"robert benjamin" Discussed on GOOD PODS DON'T HAVE LONG NAMES

GOOD PODS DON'T HAVE LONG NAMES

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"robert benjamin" Discussed on GOOD PODS DON'T HAVE LONG NAMES

"Only is some portion is that why you love Nascar though? No, I mean when I was younger, you watch for the crashes or you want Zander I wanted to see crash now actually like if I watch it, I actually like that the racing part of it I. Gotcha. So, this is supposed to they're supposed to do it on Saturday now. Yeah. So it's called the Crew Dragon Demo to it was intended to launch on May twenty seventh twenty twenty from Kennedy. Space Center launch was scrubbed due to unfavourable weather conditions. NASA and SPACEX are testing a backup launch window on Saturday may thirtieth twenty twenty. Those fucking targeting there was there was a tornado and that's the name that Ian must change his son's name to. What he did crew Dragon Demo Right. Yes class. Yeah this is actually This will be the first manned space x watch this as. The first crew dragon flake grew yeah I. is the the Crew Dragon, the name of the ship because they might have gone off on other rockets. Accents. Giving right here. Is. This they've absolutely to in my. I swear they've taken people to the space station. Haven't I. Don't know I thought that was they were all like shooting out of the Ukraine or something. Yeah but I. I don't know I'd have to look more into it. yes. So these guys that are going up Douglas Hurley and Robert Benjamin. Backup Kerr. They do one gets fucking Roberts going to get the poops. Space. I'm trying to think there was a backup crew on that ended up. I WANNA. See flying one of the What we're all the moon missions the Apollo missions. I think one of the backup crews and of doing it because one of the main crews got in and didn't burnt alive or some shit. Yep that sounds about right. I don't think Tom Hanks is in that movie. Was it a movie yeah. What movie? Whatever apology Oh, we've never been Bloomberg. Flatter Without Standing Kubrick, listen I'm trying to eight listen I know what might flatter society people don't don't listen podcast but I gotta keep my cover. Okay. He's trolling her I want to summarize. Your flatter trolling yes. He's trolling the flat earth. Movement, he's the opposite of that. He's he's Flat of their trolling strong I'm here and I'm I'm part of a fifteen thousand persons drunk flutter for grew fury's. But I had to read a paragraph. I wanted to be a part of it. I was writing saying, this is the. First Manned. Space out of lower, throw it since. Space Shuttle Program ended in this this dude that's going up Douglas early I he was on sds one, thirty five, which was the last space shuttle Flight Pretty handsome man it is weird that it's a private thing out of government sending So to government government funded bill. Okay. Yeah. But. spacex no profitability outside of private contracts or government funding. Yeah. But when you say NASA you don't think of Fuckin- Eline mosque right? That's pretty awesome. Right but they spacex bid. So the way I believe works is NASA goes cool. We got a contractor we're doing this thing right other sending people the Space Station and we're sending people outside over going to the Moon We're GONNA take bids and space x bids and blue origin bids and you. La Bids and they take whoever? Didn't Lance. Bass. Tried to go to space couple of years ago. Fifteen years ago I think he's just trying to get that people magazine. Taken on facebook marketplace. Also. Signed I have no I have no idea. I think that's just a random person trying to sell that one. Yeah. Yeah it's amazing. Would you ask her out of space one hundred percent now wouldn't either us another is a service. Know what when you die you wouldn't go to space. Would you dive miles in the ocean? Absolutely if I knew I live well. Yeah. That's just it if. Guaranteed to my safety. Yeah. It's a video game I just like start over right right? Yes. There's certain risk that I'm willing to take so. WHERE DO I. Do I respond. Yeah. That's a serious question. You'd be like you do that one thing we do like a shitty save point. Yeah. You keep responding before guy. Going to start the whole fucking game over live therapy, right? Yeah. I definitely would have space unless it was like, Hey, I'm not going to be the first person to go to space. You know what I mean like. You mean by that. So when they first put somebody in space, that's like such a like right now, it's a lot less risky than it was. What was the what was the name of the chimp that went the space? Was All bubbles was it bubbles I don't remember is I know what you're talking about don't know there's a dog that with the space deal. You know what I mean like the the risk of the first person that flew like a commercial airplane I. Think Bubbles was Michael Jackson's. Blanket oh no no blanket was his kid. He now I fucking now I D say so serious. mind. That it was sort of South Park with Michael. Jackson. Is very good. The cartoon ignorant. Ignorant blanket gross. Now, looking up a bunch of old space missions and shit. WanNa see if I'm right or wrong in the whole backup crew. There is a an astronaut that was on the the first moon mission that was Michigan anything which astronaut was that. Neil Armstrong. Buzz Aldrin. Together to that video buzz Aldrin punched in the face I think it was a flatter. It was who said he was like A hoaxer guy you know. Or was it buzz Aldrin or is it? One of the two but he definitely punch him in the face because he said he didn't go to the. Moon. As kind of like. The kind that. Attack and harass Oldman no man, the guy, the astronauts punch people. Okay. Listen. I. Give you part of the flatter society and not believe that the earth is round. Come again. Now, believe, the earth is a bottle. We looking up here guys. Let me was Apollo one. All right. Okay. Alfred listeners don't care yet. Don't. Like. The ten minutes and find out if there was a backup crew. Thing that we talked about ways uphill. I'm sorry. I. Don't give a fuck. They're always Mexico's Michigan. Hate listeners sorry. This I'm ready I'm being selfish tonight I'm I was trying to acquire some more knowledge. Welcome everybody. This is the good pies don't have. We're going to ask you some questions about this. You'd better know your shit. Yeah for sure tune. In what year did Apollo one go to the week to the Apollo. Of the politics. Policy we we do all all space all night all the way until July fourth. The Apollo, sessions. Yeah. Holy Mother Fucker Oh. There's were they burned up. guessing they no open casket for these guys. Have you guys ever seen the recent movie with What's his face? The good looking guy clue crews now fuck clooney. Nick Age? It's about Neil, Armstrong? Oh Mandy Ryan, gosling. What's that called though Apol-. No, it was just a simple simple title. Isn't it? Yeah. It didn't.

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"robert benjamin" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

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15:31 min | 2 years ago

"robert benjamin" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Can you talk a little bit about the whole of African Americans in the military as a form of abolition? Oh. So before I get too. So my book sort of ends right at the civil civil war. Start the war. But before the start of the war. It's important to note that black communities are developing their own quasi military group. So they are preparing for war the are rehearsing for war before the civil war even gets here. I listed at least fourteen different regimens that are developed. They're not a recognized. They're not official, but they pushed for their own legitimacy the their own communities. They service trolls against slaveholders. But when you get to the civil war these same people that were protecting their communities in eighteen fifties from Sade catchers are now like sign me up now. Now, we've got legitimacy now we wants to fight. And a lot of these people that fight like in the fifty fourth Massachusetts regiment in the fifty fifth, Massachusetts, regiment. Visa-free people these are free black people who've never seen slavery and they're willing to risk their lives because they know that it's not just about emancipation that you have to have equality because they understand that being in the north doesn't necessarily mean a good life. Right. It doesn't mean a fair life. So they put their lives on the wrist on the line to really fight for equality and so over two hundred and fifty thousand slack men fight in the civil war in the army, and in the navy women are there too as well so women are serving as nurses Harriet, Tubman. Most famously says is by a lot of black women that are serving size because they could hide in plain sight would think that they would be privy to some of these days. But black soldiers are responsible for turning the tide of the war. It is nine evitable that the north would have just one just because they have a bigger population because they're more industrialized. The civil war was a prolonged war because it was a hard war and flag soldiers were brought in to really help win the war. So it's Frederick Douglass. That tells me you have to let black men fight you wanna win this. Let's fights. So win Lincoln issues that the patient proclamation which freeze like three million of the four million enslaved people in that same effort. He also allows black men to enlist and fight in the war. So it's twofold, it's a it's a victory from the top and a victory from the bottom slaves are freeing themselves on the ground by fleeing. And then soldiers are actively fighting also bring about fairness station. Yes. My question is about the American missionaries association and had a role with freeing of Amazon applicants do they have a continued role with the flag abolitionists here. I know that they did do continuous work with those freed Africans to send them as missionaries missionaries in Africa. That's a good question. No, I don't I don't particularly want to answer that only because I'm not looking -sarily homicide case in my work. I'm not looking at the missionaries. There's a big sort of fact to Africa movement or sending missionaries to Liberia. That's definitely happening. I teach us legroom. Some course, and we watch our aside, and I use one of air critiques in what he said film is like. A lot of things about it. But he basically says that this moment is not as simple as people think it is right that when you have the Amazon case, you have a couple dozen African set are able to go back to Africa, but essentially has no bearing on the institution of slavery itself that there is no new laws or legislation or anything that changes the livelihood for people that are enslave. So in some ways almost that. He's really is unique in that. Yes, it's interesting that the able to go vats that there's not much consequence. It implications for what happens when people who are still in place. Ama is very active during the civil war and the documentary record is enormous. I see. Louis. I wondered Robert Benjamin Lewis who was a Freeman from Maine who wrote a book and was associated with the American missionary association and had his book published in Boston. I believe in the eighteen thirties and again in eighteen forties. I think he went to Haiti as a result of the American missionary socio be surprised. There's a group of black leaders that you go to Haiti Frederick Douglass almost once eighty before the civil war, actually he was actually against immigration. But he decided that he was finally going to visit Haiti Dave and trying to get him to come for a long time. And visit great story. I think flights talks about it. We says prejudice on the pier ready to board this to Haiti and they're like don't go the civil war started and smoke. They just find the I shot. And so he turns around, but I'm not familiar with that story. But I do know that there are lots of black leaders that are engaged in discussions with Haiti. And also with Liberia that there's a lot a huge international conversation. That's taking place in that moment. Him the back question. To bring us up to the context of our times today and the rise of white nationalism prevalence of police violence. What are your thoughts about the role of violence nonviolence? What are the considerations? And we're the lines. Oh, man. You know? I don't know. I thought about this a lot and in some ways, I'm really troubled because I see that. Nonviolence is not really effective in the moment that we're living in case in point. I think of Colin Kaepernick, right simply taking any on a seal completely nonviolent in some ways taking of subservience Oster and the backlash that that happened from that protests. I'm like, wow, we're not ready, right? You know, we can't handle someone kneeling for the flags. We certainly can't handle anything much more aggressive than that. I think that we think the black lives matter movement, and a lot of things that they were doing when they were active for these police shootings were marches at staging sort of slowdowns on the highway and things of that nature. And I think that's really potent for getting attention. But that most people dismiss them as a nuisance in don't see their activism as heaviness real implications for for change down the line. And that's really disturbing to me. Because. Hundred quote and things about how how you can have forty years of peace. How the abolitionist had been pushing from the thirties twenties and thirties up until the civil war. Nonviolence turn your nonviolence. Moral suasion, you know, slavery. Slavery is wrong. Trying to persuade people of the evils of this institution. Nobody wanted to hear them the first thing people really heard for bullets, right? And I don't want to get to that point. I don't want to be an alarmist. But I do think that within the nineteenth century and works because the we understand slavery is wrong all of us in this room overly MS Remm can pay flavors wrong. Emails like, we it's bad. But that's really hard to do when you're dealing with these reincarnated versions of anti-black this of oppression that maybe he's not segregation. But it's still wrong still nefarious like mass incarceration or school, segregation or all of these issues that are really really tough still with us. It is harder to have that kind of response. Because most people don't readily see several vision is problematic otherwise it wouldn't be so prevalent, right? Like, we don't readily see mass incarceration is problematic because it doesn't affect white people. So I think it's much harder conversation to have in the twenty first century. I think that's all the time that we have right now. Thank you. Lasting? Thank all of you for coming to Kelly Carta Jackson for a really stimulating discussion, and she'll be signing books outside. And so I would encourage you to continue the conversation and via book. Thank you. Thank you. This past February Kelly Carter Jackson is African studies. Professor at Wellesley university discussing book force and freedom, black abolitionists and politics of violence. She was joined by Steve Han, professor at New York University. National book span radio doubled UCSB from Washington journalists William needle, cedar talks about the glory days of the American automobiles when they had tailfin the name of his book. Good morning everyone. Thank you for being here. And thank you, also for all the hours, you've spent in your favorite chair are sitting on the back porch your backyard, or at the beach or wherever you do it. Thank you for reading. I don't know where I would be without you all. I have been a writer for a very long time. It's going on fifty years. I think getting unconsciously close to that. It's all I've ever really done. The only thing that, you know, people would pay me to do it seems like. And I've written for magazines newspapers television movies, I wrote a poem months. And I wrote I've written. Five nonfiction books. Nonfiction. There's always been my thing because I guess because I was started out newspaper reporter, and that's what that's what I learned. How to do? I learned how to write long form nonfiction the current book, which I don't have. I'll hold it up. Got a really cool picture of Harley on the cover China, just as mazing looking guy. So if you do get a chance to see and he's standing next to a car that's about this big. And it's amazing. And it's not even a car. It's a clay model. Anyway, it's a great shot. And it's the. It's the story of the rise of the car business in and in also of a particular time in this country when we were supposedly at our peak. Arguably, and I tell it through the story of of Harley Earl. Who isn't very well known today, which is surprising. Given that he is behind Henry Ford, probably the most influential person on the development of the car business and the American car. You know, everybody knows who Henry Ford is. Almost nobody who's not a car. Buff knows Harley is and again. Harley harley. He he kicked Henry Ford. I mean, he did. And he totally vanquished rank wished him, and he he reinvented the whole business. He changed everything. He reads redid how cars were made. Styled manufactured in imagine. He'd he redid the entire thing. Henry Ford idea of a car was a. Shulte propel conveyance. All right. The carried you and your stuff from point a to point b in the most dependable efficient inexpensive way possible. And his vision wasn't much beyond that. That's his his great contribution was to come up with this way to manufacture it in Shuji numbers. So that kept the costlo so that people could afford it at time when we're moving into the mechanical age, but but that was his model t and and he he was just fine with that. And he didn't think that should ever be changed never wanted to change that car. You can get it any color Blackie want. And. He fought every possible changes. He had this tempestuous. He did. Relationship with his son Ezra who was more forward thinking and very more much more artistic Iraq. And they were not change. And then along comes Harley and Harleys desire and Harley takes it one important step further. He goes, he says, okay, we all know, what a car is the mechanics are all settled it works like this. Okay. We can make it. Everybody knows. They're all shaking, their dependable. Now, we we said, but but what should an American car look like and what should it in body? And that changed everything he was the he was the, you know, the. Seve jobs of his time asking that question and trying to figure it out. And i'll. Whenever I'm call the point and talk about my books. Then somebody always ask you, how did you come to the story? Where did you come up with this? Why did you pick this story? And the glib answer is well, I didn't pick the story. The story picked me. But that's kind of true. That's in every case when I decided to write a book, and you devote what three five years of your time. It sort of happens that way at least it has for me and. Swallow, tell you a story about how I came the story because the keep you won't have to ask you I'll tell you now. And then I'll tell you more about Harley my earliest boyhood. Memory. Is it my father coming home from work one? You know? Warm spring evening. In one thousand nine hundred eighty five..

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Cleveland, Ohio house explosion leaves 1 dead, 1 injured

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01:18 min | 3 years ago

Cleveland, Ohio house explosion leaves 1 dead, 1 injured

"One two three four house blew up in a residential neighborhood in ohio one woman is dead a man in critical condition and there's an investigation now all it's left to the blast leveled house shattering the sunday quieter piles of scattered splintered wood busted walls charred debris rarely smithereens says east cleveland ohio fire chief robert benjamin there were heavy damage to multiple houses what is being shot out of blown out actual structured gas leak maybe it has since been turned off but prior to the explosion i i was on pundit assumption that everything was just under normal activities are investigating chuck sivertsen abc news minnesotabased airlines is offering to refund baggage fees to an entire flight of passengers after forgetting to bring along their checked baggage when sun country airlines flight one seventeen arrived in las vegas from minneapolis saint paul thursday night something was missing none of the luggage checked by one hundred sixty eight passengers on on board made the flight it's not the first time sun country has angered passengers it's the same airline that stranded passengers in mexico when a blizzard hit minnesota back in april we paid our money to them we expected a ride home where their customers rather passengers sun country says it's.

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US F-15 fighter jet crashes into sea off Japan's Okinawa

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01:17 min | 3 years ago

US F-15 fighter jet crashes into sea off Japan's Okinawa

"Having the strength that we've had in prior negotiations us pilots ejected from an f fifteen fighter jet that crashed into the sea off okinawa in southern japan the safety the pilot unclear an investigation is underway into what caused the house explosion in suburban cleveland neighborhood the left one person dead and another critically injured deputy chief with the cleveland fire department robert benjamin were heavy damage multiple houses whether windows being shot out of blowing out or actual structured in drop in crude oil prices has not registered at the pump industry analyst trilby lundberg has the numbers we now have a more of a non regulation driven price hike happening but this was very small and most of the increase could be attributed to retailers pocketing for themselves some of the wholesale price cuts that refiners have passed through from lower crude oil prices gas prices are up by two cents over the three week period with regular priced at about three a one a gallon hurricane bud formed in the pacific off mexico's coasts it's forecast to strengthen into a major hurricane impacting mexico and the southwest us i'm barbara kusak you're.

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Cleveland House Explosion Ravages Neighborhood, Leaves 1 Dead

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02:19 min | 3 years ago

Cleveland House Explosion Ravages Neighborhood, Leaves 1 Dead

"The devastation of hurricane maria last fall today's celebration on fifth avenue feature floats musicians and brightly colored costumes new york governor andrew cuomo was among the dignitaries on hand for the event organizers say the parade we'll be honoring first responders at others who stepped up to help with both emergency efforts at ongoing recovery work wbz news time five twenty one woman is dead and a man is in critical condition after a house explosion in cleveland ohio deputy fire chief robert benjamin says some nearby homes are also affected were heavy damage to multiple houses weather's went as being sat out of blown out or structured and a dog named zeus who lived in one of the destroyed homes somehow survived the explosion and was found okay it turns out the two days before a south florida woman was killed by an alligator an email was sent to people in the neighborhood warning about a gator in the waterfront community where she lived the sun sentinel reports it's unknown if the victim ever got that warning the email from the homeowners association said an alligator have been trapped at a residence front door and warned people to be careful the woman was attacked and killed about walking her dogs near the water mendy kaeling takes on president trump in her commencement address to dartmouth college graduates she says the president may have tweeted us into war with wauconda the fictional country from black panther the thirty eight year old actress writer and comedian graduated from the ivy league school in twenty zero one and received an honorary degree during today's ceremony kaeling says president trump is a testament to how far someone can go if they believe they are the smartest most successful person in the world she encouraged the graduates to have in her words insane confidence in themselves even if it's not real her new film by the way the female lead oceans eight opened at number one this weekend italy's men's soccer team may have failed in its world cup efforts but as abc's megan williams reports the women's team is another story the first time in twenty years italy's women's soccer team qualified for the world cup beating portugal three nothing coach milan better leany told rai tv that the team has been.

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