35 Burst results for "Roberta"
Salem Radio's Dennis Prager on the Importance of Talk Radio
"Have written an amazing piece on your 40th anniversary of talk radio on the things you have learned in those four decades, 5 big lessons. I want to talk about a couple of them, but first, it's not in the article, but you told me how it all started and this peculiar weekend show where you had guests from different denominations. Will you tell us about that show at the beginning, Dennis? Because I love the concept. I began radio at the 32, I think 30, 34 years of age. And it was a blessing changed my life, obviously. There was an extremely popular show in Los Angeles on the ABC radio station. And I mean, so popular that eventually it became the most popular show in Los Angeles, despite the fact that it was broadcast on a Sunday Night, the least likely time for people to listen. But it dominated radio. It was called religion on the line, and it was dominant before I became the host. I just increased it, but I acknowledge it was I knew about it because everybody knew about it. A priest a minister in a rabbi would appear different ones each week, Catholic Protestant Jew, and the host. The host that I that they were thinking of letting go was secular and anti religious. And they were looking for a new host. I don't know if that was the reason, but they were. And by sheer good luck, my name was brought to the general manager of the station. And George green was a legend in radio and for whom I have only deepest gratitude for my life's journey, so he told this woman Roberta Weintraub May she rest in peace. The head of education in Los Angeles said, I need somebody who knows religion knows how to speak, but it's not a clergyman. And she said, I can't believe you're asking that. I just heard this kid at this Jewish institute here in Los Angeles. I went for a weekend there. I heard him lecture, he's terrific. And they said, oh, good, let's try him out. And in the middle of the show, the program director slipped me a note, I wish I had, I still had it. It changed my life. Tell them you'll be on next week.
Ukraine fears a long war might cause West to lose interest
"Ukraine's president volodymyr zelensky is calling for more actions from Europe to support Ukraine and stop Russian aggression Speaking by video link from Kyiv at Copenhagen's democracy summit zelensky says European countries must not hesitate to cut off any relations with Russia He wants the European system can lose if words are not backed up with actions Zelensky's call for Europe to support Ukraine's bid to join the EU is echoed by the president of the European Parliament Roberta met Sola also in Copenhagen But it is high time that it is also given the real opportunity to join our European project I'm Charles De
"roberta" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty
"Clarified that by saying, and by the way, if you're listening to this in your a janitor, you're a leader. And what I mean by leader is you have influence and impact on somebody. Maybe it's your children, maybe it's your grandchildren, maybe it's the person sitting next to you at work. And you have a responsibility in that leadership. To hold yourself accountable to is this the influence and the impact I want to have. I think you raise a great point. And we're talking about politics, but let's just talk for a moment about another taboo subject. You know, religion. Just imagine for a moment that you're Jewish and your boss is a born again Christian. And he or she is trying to convert you. I mean, not many of us would really put up with that. So it's the same thing with politics. If you're pro Trump and somebody is pro Biden and you're just hammering and hammering in hammering, that person has done it like be gone in a minute. And we know that right now and for the very near future that it is next to impossible to fill jobs and to build jobs with talented people. So if you've got good people in your organization and your repelling them, that's a problem in itself. So let's go to that because it's a, you know, you and I, we had a previous conversation in a lead up to this conversation several months ago and we talked about the great resignation and I know that the book you did before can we talk was evergreen talent. Our leaders can become talent magnets, you know, so let's put that in the context of, you know, we are semi post pandemic. We have got this hybrid workforce. We're having these or we're trying to have these difficult conversations, but at the same time, I'm finding a lot of leaders are going, oh yeah, but I can't even have those conversations anymore because I don't know where I'm going to replace that person. It's not like I've got 50 people lining up at the door there are companies in Europe. This podcast is a part of the C suite radio network. For more top business podcasts, visit C suite radio dot com..
"roberta" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty
"And those are difficult conversations, and I it's one of the conversations that I know come up a lot because I've had those conversations with some of my leaders, which is, I'll say, well, you know, these people have been out of the work place. They've had these conversations that are very politically. Potentially explosive. And how are you going to handle this? And they say, well, you know, we're going to not allow any political conversation in the office. And my answer is, good luck with that. So, you know, I would like to hear from you Roberta and I'm certain that it's probably not a focus in the book. But nonetheless, how do we confront that? At any level. So as a boss talking to an employee about the political rhetoric, as a peer to peer, you know, I don't want to have those conversations or I do want to have those conversations or my boss is very pro one side and I'm not the other. You know, again, it can be either way. How do we confront that? How do we, you know, because that is going to be an elephant in the room for a long time. Well, I think as we head back to the office and as some people stay remote, I think we have to reestablish guidelines. So, you know, at home, it might have been okay to cuss, right? 'cause no one's here in you, right? So you and I are having a conversation and I go, oh, put in another frame in another way. And that's fine. It's just you and me, the guy in the cubicle next to you isn't hearing it, right? But now we're in a different environment. And so we have to reestablish the guidelines. And in some organizations, you know, what is the culture? Is it okay to speak freely, is it wise to share your political views personally, I keep my political views and my, you know, I keep that private. I don't think anybody needs to know how I feel. And so I just, you know, you need to figure out what's right in your organization and what's going on in the culture. And is it okay to have those conversations? But if you're not comfortable with them, let's say your peer wants to keep advocating for, you know, the conservatives and your liberal. You can just say to that person, you know, hey, you know, I appreciate that you have a point of view. Honestly, I'm not really interested in hearing it here in the workplace. I have work to do. So if you wanted to discuss that offline, happy to do that or find someone else. I think you have to set up those boundaries because people have been so used to speaking freely about anything that you're right. Now we're going back in and there are things that you maybe don't want to talk about at work depending on what the environment is. And this is the thing. I mean, we know that human beings are a product of their environment, and we've all been removed from the work environment and we've been bombarded with media and social media that has been politically explosive or potentially explosive. And that having been marinating in that for a couple of years, you know, it's going to take a level of personal discipline. It's going to take a level of personal accountability to say, yeah, I know, sorry, I brought that up. I shouldn't have brought that up. And just to pull it back a bit, and that self accountability, rather than waiting for my boss or my peer to say, hey, back off bingo, go, I love having these conversations about whether this is right or that's wrong, but is this appropriate? And I think that this is part of where we've gotten the challenge Roberta, and it's raising I wanted to have you on the show is because. These are difficult conversations, but in fact there are difficult conversations to have with yourself, right? You can do all the strategies you can follow all the navigation that Robert has laid out beautifully in the book for you. But the first step is, are you having a difficult conversation with yourself, which is what if I'm wrong? What if I am absolutely right, but it's the wrong place to have the conversation. Like those conversations with yourself got to be primary, I think. I totally agree. And you and I have been around the block, okay? So we both know that there is a lot of informal things going on in organizations. We call that politics. Yes. And yeah, sure, maybe you want to feel free to say whatever the heck you want. But in the long run, you got to ask yourself, is this serving? Is this going to serve me well? It's just going to come back to bite me. Is this the kind of organization where that stuff's going to fly? Because a lot of what you're talking about, all you're really going to do is piss people off. And if you're like most people who have sprung opinions on politics, you're just going to keep hammering away into you think that you're going to get someone to agree with you. But we both know the likelihood of that happening is slim to none, but you will destroy your career in your efforts to get everyone to think your way. Yeah, I mean, I said for years that bad leaders are trying to be right. So whether you're.
Brian Laundrie died of self-inflicted gunshot wound, attorney says
"A medical examiner in Florida has determined the cause of death for the boyfriend of slain travel blogger Gabby potato officials say Brian laundry who was found dead last month in a swampy Florida nature preserve shot himself in the head the Sarasota county medical examiner says it was suicide an attorney for his family says Chris and Roberta are still mourning the loss of their son and are hopeful these findings bring closure to both families laundry had been the subject of a manhunt as investigators search for clues in the slaying of his girlfriend Gabby potato in Wyoming during their cross country band trip laundry was named a person of interest in her strangulation death but he wasn't charged a warrant was issued for his use of her bank card after the twenty two year old woman was reported missing hi
Jury awards $25M in damages for Unite the Right violence
"In a mixed verdict a jury awards millions in damages for violence that erupted during the twenty seventeen unite the right rally a jury has ordered white nationalist leaders and organizations to pay more than twenty five million dollars in damages over violence that erupted during the deadly twenty seventeen unite the right rally in Charlottesville after a nearly monthlong civil trial the jury in U. S. District Court deadlocked on two key claims but found the white nationalist liable on four other counts the suit was filed by nine people who suffered physical and emotional injuries during the two days of demonstrations attorney Roberta Kaplan said the plaintiffs lawyers plan to refile the suit so a new jury can decide the two claims this jury could not reach a verdict on I'm surely after
Charlie and Dr. Rashad Richey Debate the Threat of the Delta Variant Among Children
"Delta variant has changed the game in many ways where now you have children who not only have the virus but they are experiencing adverse reactions from the virus. Look like never before. I take place. Called jackson county. Mississippi school superintendent. This guy decided to ignore all nineteen protocols. He says he's going to live a life. That's external of the fear of the pandemic. Will his school system. They have a seven percent. Cove it positive rating. They've already lost a schoolteacher. Here's the other dynamic. That people are considering you think children go to school in silos these children who can be carriers of covert nineteen can infect environment such as their parents their grandparents oh the peer groups people that their families associate with and then it becomes an issue of the ecosystem of our safety. Not just the silo of the school system very good. I i will respond. So i'm glad you brought up the delta variant so a lot of people have done some at least initial studies of the delta variant so according to dr roberta debiasi of the children's national hospital. She was asked about ari shapiro from national public radio about the delta verion the national public radio host said wait a second if kids under twelve or not vaccinated is is the delta variant a significant risk and she said quote children are still somewhat between twelve to fifteen percent of all kobe cases and still three to four percent of hospitalizations and we have not seen a huge change in that even with the delta variant. Now i'll add to that. Where the boston globe. Not exactly you know a politicized paper to the right ask. The question is the variant more severe in children. Dr sharon door and epidemiologist at tufts medical center says no. I've not seen any peer reviewed data or data from reliable sources. Suggest that so. I would submit. Doctor that there is no data. To show the delta variant has any harsher 'cause in fact the data shows the opposite
The Death of Lizzi Marriott
"But on this night. Roberta wasn't in a talkative mood and she declined to lexus. Calls twice then. Roberto notice that lex was calling her third time thinking that he must have something urgent to tell her. Roberta finally decided to answer but when she did. Lex wasn't on the line instead. Roberta heard the voice of lexus girlfriend. She sounded frantic hectic. And she's like. I need you to come over here. She said something. And i wish to remember the via book almost like she was trying to tell me some kind of code word. As far as that something was something had gone wrong. Roberta told lexus girlfriend that she would try to make it over to lex apartment and hung up the phone then. Roberto went to her boyfriend. Paul hickok and told him about this strange call so the phone call from who might didn't know who this less yet Says they need help because when she get off the phone she says this friend. I says desirable friend in east fans indie. Okay let's go get up and walk out to. Roberta and paul drove alexis apartment. And when they arrived both lex his girlfriend met them in the hallway of the apartment complex. So we go in and they walk down to their apartment door. Okay the oakland. The apartment door in this girl for okay was was she's naked. I were okay with banning children. What do i do i you do. I grabbed my girlfriend's shannon. So she didn't walk into closer. This why we're counting. What the hell's going on here right after being into his apartment. Paul and roberta came upon a bizarre and horrifying scene lying on the floor. Face up with the naked body of teenage girl and rapped over. Her head were two layers of plastic shopping bags
"roberta" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"I mean you can ask people. I mean i've had some clients you know. Tell me that their employers have asked them what they wanted and then they did the complete offices. It's like if you're not gonna be okay if you're not if you don't really care and it's okay if you don't really care okay. There are companies that don't care like Jamie diamonds in his said like everyone's coming back to the office. He's made it very clear he doesn't care that's okay. That's his position. Meanwhile i guarantee you those headhunters or on the phone dialing yet going. Hey i have an opportunity and another financial institution where you can work from home. But you know if you've made up your mind. Let's not kid ourselves. Just tell everyone they need to be back. And that's the end of that story and it's clear communication in he. He's been crystal clear on that in.
"roberta" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"In the way we treat our customers in our employees at anyone who wants to call me can imagine that right. I think it's a really interesting challenge. And if the president is listening. I think that's what they should do will. It's a game changer. I it sets expectations. It creates accountability from the top. All the way down and it creates ownership. I think one of the things that i've noticed about people when they are working for an organization doesn't matter what type of organization it is when they even though they may not have ownership of the company when they actually invest for the well being of that company in what they produce for their customers it shows and it they enjoy what they do. Yes work is work. It's challenging it'd be tiring. Sometimes things aren't as fun as they could be or or whatnot sometimes through draining. But i find that people that aren't overly stressed and don't burn out in a work setting because they they're actually feeling fulfilled by what they're doing and they enjoy the labor of their labor right and you know. I firmly believe that most people don't get out to go to work and think i'm just going to be a really crappy employee today right and so you know you and i were talking about these difficult conversations in. It's almost like if somebody doesn't bring to your attention that you're doing something that's not correct. How are you supposed to fix it right. I mean your tent isn't to fail is to succeed in and one of the reasons that i wrote book Can we talk is because i believe that it takes two people to have a conversation and so it's not just your boss. Who gets to say. Can we talk on. You have to respond. And so in the book i talk about ways for uterus fun. If your boss says can can we talk. I also give examples and scripts for people who might need to have a difficult conversation with a worker and then also for leaders. if you've got to have those conversations with your team members so..
"roberta" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Type of magnetic power. Keep those people. So you said is a key person leaves it before you know before the pandemic like okay. Well you know we can find somebody. Yes it's gonna take time to get them on board and into the swing of things. Depending on what level the organization they're in but now it's you know a key person leaves that is a gigantic risk for these organizations absolutely and i think a lot of organizations or of leaders. Think while that'll never happen here right and then then as soon as i say that you know they go you know. They check their email. And there's like gosh. there's like letter of resignation. What we've seen another article. The other day was a fast food restaurant where the employees all laughed. And they you know they changed the marquee outside saying you know apologize for the inconvenience we all quit and okay here here. Here's just a full restaurant. I see that article after. We're afterwards i'll i'll send it to you because i i looked at it and you look at that of course at the surface you go. Wow you know what's going on there and there's a lot of dynamics is not just everybody. I think wants a singular answer on why that happened but there was dynamics. I'm guessing that the work environment wasn't what it could be. It could be you know. The management wasn't treating employees. The way that the employee is expected to be treated may be the environment wasn't as healthy as can be. There's so many different factors in it but bottom line when entire organization just ups and leaves you. Think okay yeah. That's the restaurant but you know what's what's next. Could it be a factory. Could it be an auto parts supplier. My better half works for an auto parts supplier and they are growing dramatically. They they just had opened up an additional warehouse because they've got so much work but in a situation is you know people in entire warehouse could one day so you know what.
"roberta" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Back. I've got roberta veteran online. Roberta how are you. I'm terrific how are you. I am amazing. I'm really looking forward to this conversation as we talked about a little bit in the pre show you're going to be even more productive at because the demand for what you do is going to increase dramatically over these next few years. I anticipate so sure. He'll audience a little bit about you in the work that you sure. Are i help. Organizations attract in retain the best people. And right now there are millions of job openings and not enough people to fill them so yes. I have been very busy in so the two areas that i focused on is helping organizations become talent magnets and then the other side of that is making sure that they're so magnetic that people stick to them and they don't leave because if they do leave right now I don't know who you're going to get the fill those jobs in neither do. It's so true in we've seen articles all about you know the the shortage of talent and the war on talent which we've heard about before but it's really amazing what's going on right now. And of course. I know the wall street journal and other places have called it the great resignation because a lot of people are just leaving and so obviously those organizations are using any type of magnetic power. Keep those people. So you said is a key person leaves it before you know before the pandemic like okay..
"roberta" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"I'm disappointed you don't have your own urban chronicles There was a choice at one point. We gave the nuremberg article or or getting something that was more straightforward astronomy. And i got the astronomy one. But i'm so sorry. I left you. I thought you said i could have bought the number or another house last. I checked with these things are going for. We're going to take a break. We'll take a break when we come back more with Jane roberta j. j. pass off. Roberta ulsan we're talking about the history astronomy in on. Sorry hi. i'm chris. Cohen from haworth new jersey and i support star talk on patriot. Please enjoy this episode of star. Talk radio with your and my favorite personal astrophysicist. Neil degrasse tyson got chuck. Nice my we've got. Roberta olsen and jay offer fellow astrophysicist and their collaborators on on projects that explore the intersection of art and science and roberta. We left off. You were going to tell us when and where or how. Artists started making representations.
"roberta" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"A land is collaboration. Is cosmos the art and science of the universe but it started with halley's comet a mutual colleague. The late tim edgerton professor of art at williams invited. Roberta up from a up to give lecture and i went to or lecture and i heard that the first two thirds of her lecture in the first two thirds of my how is amit lecture were similar but of course earls third was art and mine was science and we were introduced at that point so basically since halley's comet in nineteen eighty five We've been we've been working together. So what can the two of you say. Reflect upon when you see artists reach for the universe as their sources of inspiration. It's really An exploration again and again multi leveled artist sir are basically searches for meaning just like astronomers. I mean it's a different thing. Plus both artists and astronomers are visual and it depends on what area you're talking about if you're talking about Babylonians seal and graders. They were reflecting the cosmology at the time. And the belief in astrology. If you're talking about the eighteenth century in england this was a time when people were really differentiating. What was going on in the heavens and Scientists strimmers and amateurs and professionals and artists were both involved with with sort of describing what they could see because that was a different universe than we have. Today in the sense of what could be encompassed. Also bunch one thing. It's one thing to interpret.
Time’s Up Leader Resigns After Criticism About Cuomo Ties
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the leader of the group time's up resigns under fire after ties to Andrew Cuomo are revealed Roberta Kaplan the chair of time's up the organization founded by Hollywood women to fight sexual harassment resigned Monday after revelations that she advised New York governor Andrew Cuomo's administration in its effort to discredit one of Cuomo's accusers a report issued last week by new York's Attorney General concluded Cuomo sexually harassed eleven women the report went on to say Kaplan who has a law practice of her own and Alphonso David the leader of the Human Rights Campaign were consulted last winter about a letter the Cuomo administration drafted attacking former economic development adviser Lindsey Boylan credibility according to the attorney general's report Kaplan told the administration with some adjustments the letter would be fine to send out hi Mike Rossio
Interview With Polk Award Winner, Roberto Ferdman
"Welcome. Roberta friedman thank you for having me. I'm very glad to be here. I congratulations on your and thank you. I think of all of the interviews. I've done for polk awards. This was the most overall minutes of airtime reading time. Evolve it so you've done more than a half dozen pieces over the year. In louisville starting june of last year is that when the first one was. I went there at the end of may like just as protests were were kind of breaking out across the country and the first piece must have run at the very very beginning of june. So walk me through when you're coming in to cover a protest situation of this kind What were you thinking. The story was at the very beginning there. And what are you looking for in in the first few days That you're spending in town. Well the place starts. I got a call. I've been sitting on my butt at home as most people in this country had four two full months and one of our executive producers is like. Do you wanna go to. Lou evolve tonight. I asked if i could have like an hour to get my stuff together. But i i said yes and when i went there i thought i was just going to go cover protests. You know i knew that. The protests were just breaking out. It seemed like they were in the process of intensifying. And i thought it was gonna go and be amongst the crowd see how police were reacting. Speak to people. In louisville to get a sense. Of how george floyd death impacted them and then also how the protests Were specifically about this case from their involving brand taylor name that now. A lot of people now.
Bieber Sets K Record, Fans 13 as Indians Beat Reds 6-3
"Cleveland avoided a sweep behind the strong pitching of Shane Bieber as the Indians the feet of the Reds six three Bieber was solid striking out thirteen over eight innings in picking up his second win on the year he says finishing the road trip with a victory gives him a good feeling about things to come just on this road trip alone we don't touch them out a little bit I feel like we've responded well every single time and that's what you want to see out of the out of a club like this and I think that points to a lot of good things in the in the future in the near future Cleveland's Jose Ramirez Roberta present Jordan Luplow all homered in the victory Donald Chuck Cincinnati
US and Mexican Leaders Met To Discuss Root Causes of Central Migration
"Mexican and senior U. S. Leaders discussed how to address root causes of Central American migration during meetings aimed at stemming increased illegal border crossings into the United States. A lot of young people coming over the border the Biden administration sent on voice, including border coordinator Roberta Jacobson to Mexico to discuss the jump in arrivals. CBS News correspondent Manuel Bohorquez with the U. S Customs and Border Protection, released new videos of unaccompanied minors and some adults being held at two temporary processing facilities in Texas. More than 16,000 Migrant Children are currently in U. S custody. 5000 of those in the hands of the Border Patrol who are encountering about 530 unaccompanied minors every day. More than seven in 10 encounters of the border in February resulted in expulsions under pandemic related powers, known as Title
US Officials To Hold Talks in Mexico & Guatemala on Migration
"Migrants coming to the U. S border. Thousands of unaccompanied teens and Children in U. S custody, some held in jail like facilities. More likely on the way. This is the urgent situation facing President Biden at the border today and an echo of the one he faced as vice president back in 2014. His approach so far is similar focus on the root causes. Today, he sent three top officials to Mexico and Guatemala to discuss how to manage the increasing numbers of people trying to reach the U. S. Joining us to talk more about this is Franco or join us and Przybyl, White House correspondent and Franco first tell us just the basics of this trip to Mexico. Well, I think this is a trip that really shows how urgent the situation really is. Most of the migrants to the U. S border are from three Central American countries. Mexico had been working with the former administration to keep them from making that journey through Mexico, but that largely stopped. Biden is now sending two top officials from the National Security Council and another from the state Department to the region. Roberta Jacobson. She will be leading talks with Mexico's foreign secretary, Marcello Abroad and other top Mexican officials. She was actually an ambassador to Mexico during the Obama administration, and she'll be joined by one Gonzales, the NSC senior director for the region. Now they'll be talking about how to manage the situation and also be exploring a joint development strategy for Mexico and the Northern Triangle countries, you know, trying to work together to address the root causes of migration. Let's take one example. Guatemala What's on the agenda there? Welcome. Salas, again from the NSC and Ricardo Zuniga from the State Department will travel to Guatemala to meet with president they part of the President Alejandro Giammetti and his foreign minister, Pedro Barolo, and other economic and security officials. They will also meet with representatives from the private sector and civil society groups. You know, the big picture here is that President Biden feels that security and prosperity in Central America Are closely linked to security and prosperity in the United States. Give us some context here in terms of how Biden waiting when he was vice president, and maybe what he's doing differently this time around as president. Well, his vice president, Biden led a similar effort to Rio to address the root causes of migration. It was called the Alliance for Prosperity, and it provided a billion dollars to help police training, judicial reform and and corruption. This time around. He wants to offer $4 billion. Now I talked to Andrew Seeley about this. He's the president of the Migration Policy Institute. He said Biden is finding out the hard reality about this challenge that faces all presidents. And that it's not easy. The border is to immigration politics with the Middle East is to foreign policy. You know, every president comes in determined to do something focus on a different part of immigration. And ends up sucked into the border in some way. Frankly, Biden now owns this issue and the political fall out in a way that he didn't when he was just the vice president and one big difference in his approach this time is that the administration is going to be a bit more clear eyed about the realities of corruption at the highest level of these governments and Central America. The administration says they will on Lee give the money to community and international organizations. How has the Biden administration responded to criticism from Republicans who are claiming that Biden triggered this influx of migrants by reversing some of the restrictive immigrant immigration policies? Of President Trump's, You know, it's been a difficult thing to answer. On the one hand, the bind Administration says Look, we're going to have a more humane policy and going to rebuild the asylum system, which was largely dismantled by the former administration. On the other hand, they're saying Don't come now. And there's a sense that that message is a little bit muddied. The White House insists they've been clear they point to the thousands of radio ads and targeted social media ads in the region that they say have reached millions of people. But the numbers of people coming to the border are still high. And while the administration says that most people are turned away Children or not, and some families are not as well. And will Biden visit the board? Well, he said yesterday that heals go at some point, but there's no sense that that will happen in the near future. That's NPR.
Biden Sends Top Officials To Mexico As Border Surge Continues
"I'm Steve Rappaport. Top U. S. Advisors on border and Immigration issues will meet with officials in Mexico tomorrow to address the surge of migrants at the southern border. The White House says. Ambassador Roberta Jacobson, coordinator for the Southwest border, will meet with Mexican officials to develop an effective and humane plan of action to manage migration. Senior director for the Western Hemisphere Juan Gonzalez will join her the travel comes is the bite administration grapples with overcrowded Border patrol facilities. Fox is Rachel Sutherland. The Biden administration calls the
Did Biden Create the Current Border Crisis?
"In actual crisis is happening at our southern border according to the washington post. They're now calling it a crisis. The united states at currently holds three percent more miners in adult detention centers at under joe biden than it did at any time. During the trump administration members all kids in cages for donald trump will now thirty percent. More kids are being held in cages. By joe biden. Apparently it's not a crisis. According to joe biden and team according to the washington post however the magnitude of the crisis facing biden at the mexico border came into clearer. Focus on wednesday as the new administration was holding record numbers on a migrant teens and children in detention cells for far longer than legally allowed and federal health officials fell further behind in their race to find space for them in shelters. But here's the thing is not a crisis that faces biden. it is a crisis created by biden. The wave of migrants. They are attempting to get in because they believe. That biden is about to amnesty them. And everybody acknowledges it's a crisis but you have to know that this is a crisis that was created solely and specifically by the by the white house which of course the reason why the biden white house refuses to acknowledge that it is a crisis in the first place. The washington post is now called it a crisis. Cnn now calls it a crisis. According to fox news there have now been one hundred thousand border encounters in february. That is a one hundred percent increase over the prior year. That is solely and completely judy. Joe biden but over and over and over again the biden administration has not a crisis a. Here's white house border coordinator roberta jackson. She refuses to say that. It's a crisis a crisis. Of course would you describe what's happening on the as a crisis given how these numbers are spiking still watch week. I think i really. I'm not trying to be cute here. But i think the fact of the matter is we have to do what we do. Regardless of what anybody calls the situation and the fact is we are all focused on improving the situation on changing to a more humane and efficient system. Well it's crisis and by the way we can say humane and efficient system. You mean is you're just going to release people into the interior that's all you mean the reason that unaccompanied minors are showing up at the border you have to wonder why unaccompanied minors is. Because they're not going to be ported is because they're going to be allowed into the country and everybody knows this and this is why i mean she. She basically acknowledges this right for. Jackson says you know these surges the surge is that are happening. It's because they're responding to hope that is correct. Their hope is. They will be given amnesty. Because joe biden will give them amnesty. We've seen surges before surges tend to respond to hope and there was a significant hope for a more humane policy after four years of you know pent up demand. I think what we are doing is making sure that we respond to that. Hope for people who need protection. We respond to that hope in a way that their cases can be adjudicated more quickly.
Thousands of migrants crossing US border overwhelm government agents
"Now. The situation along the US Mexico border law enforcement officials have encountered more than 100,000 immigrants at the board of this past month, a number that the White House doesn't admit has been quote overwhelming. Ambassador Roberta Jacobson is a special assistant to the president. She previously served as the U. S envoy to Mexico, adding to the problem, more immigrants a rapid influx of unaccompanied migrant Children. More from today's briefing. President Biden when he was vice president visited the region many times, and it's clear eyed about the challenge, he insists. Now, as he did, then the government's commit to being true partners in creating the conditions for growth and security. But I want to emphasize that the funds were asking for from Congress don't go to government leaders, they go to communities to training to climate mitigation to violence prevention to anti gang programs. In other words, they go to The people who otherwise migrate in search of hope, and they will have to have the participation of the private sector's in those countries who for too long have evaded taxes, underpaid workers and failed to be part of the solution to creating safe, prosperous and democratic countries. We've already begun specific actions to both undo the previous administration's policies and to advance a new vision of immigration. We have ended the so called migrant protection protocols, which sent people Back to Mexico to wait sometimes for years for a chance to present their asylum claims. Working with the government of Mexico, international organizations and NGOs. We have safely admitted over 1400 migrants and closed the most dangerous face of the MPP, The Matamoros migrant camp. Today We're announcing the restarting of the Central American Minors program for Children to be reunited with the parent who is legally in the United States. This program was ended abruptly by The previous administration, leaving around 3000 Children already approved for travel stranded in Phase two. We will be working to improve the camp program to expand safe and legal avenues for to the United States. I want to be clear neither in this neither this announcement nor any of the other measures suggests that anyone, especially Children, and families with young Children should make the dangerous trip to try and enter the U. S in an irregular Fashion. The border is not open going forward. We will continue to look for ways to provide legal avenues in the region for people needing protection. While we continue to enforce our laws. This is a process. We have a great deal to do. But this administration has made significant progress and we will continue to do so. It reflects who we are, as Americans putting our values at the center of our
Azure and .NET with Labrina Loving
"We're gonna be talking dot net and the cloud and a very aware as we've regarding the so we're recording this nineteen of november twenty twenty. Don't that five is not very long. It's been out for about a week or two week. Old week-old excellent. I mean the have been the they release candidates but this is like the official as he is here so i'm likely going to end because obviously because of the time cast pop machine whibley. We're recording this in advance of time. So there's likely going to be time. Tony said hey. So when dot net call superseded by don't at five so please bear that in mind everyone who's listening we're regarding this couple months ahead of time but So festival before we talk about anything right. You've set yourself you've been in this this whole this industry for for almost twenty years right to vote for me. I'm you know. That's that's i mean for anyone. That's a long time right. That's that's a whole bunch of innovation that has happened since then like twenty years ago with talking about dot net was like an intranet based technology for inside of the business and now it runs a huge portion of the web. You've got as you. all suppose azure. I'm not sure how. What the official brennan nell right or wrong way okay. So we've got as your as you that that whole thing. And that's that's running dot net presumably or you can ruin your dot net thing on it and and we've gone from like i say we've gone from small web services to scaled micro services and video games and consoles all running dot net. You can never internet on fridge which is just blows my mind. I've gotta got a bunch of raspberry pies somewhere around here that are controlling my bet soon. I just bought a house. So we're excited about you. Know making our whole house smart enabled so i'm excited to start using dot net korir on a bunch of raspberry pies and the you know controlling controlling how long my stepdaughter gets to use the internet. So it's gonna be fun. It's brilliant is one of these technologies the just scales almost everywhere. Are you talked about the raspberry. Pi oko another respite. Pi four hundreds pien inside of a keyboard Is one big folk kit. And i've been using that to do sorts of crazy don net things of the past weekend. I'm teaching roberta. Who's not a developer code with it so it was like. Hey come on what i do. And he's just just the keyboard and while he came over before they Before the unfortuna- say over in the uk. We've had like a lockdown so nobody can go anywhere and so he came over a few days before that and we couldn't get a moment times we staying here for the duration so by the time you're listening to this. Hopefully he's going home. I thought to keep me busy. Teach him to wrestle. Code is totally all right. That's that's fun but then so if we're looking at almost twenty years in the industry what a in your opinion. Some of these innovations that have really changed the game. I mean we talked about chaperone being collaborative bringing everyone together. Dot net clearly has changed a whole bunch of stuff. Is it purely a microsoft thing you thinking or is it just a his aesthetic. I think for me. I i love tech but i also love the people in tack and i think for me. What's with what i've loved. That's change is sort of how we work together. So i remember when i first started in tak started a working for this We built the first installation of of of this insurance company allstate s- Their first online web presence So we built their i kind of web application and bad took hundreds and hundreds of people and it was all these very very very siloed teams. Right there is a huge team of leg database administrators. I have no idea what they did. There is a huge infrastructure team. And i have no idea i i mean i got a chance to like talk to some of them. But there's a huge infrastructure team. There is a huge Devops will be call them the the bill guys but the cuge build than a team and there was all these teams That came together to build this amazing web application but we were all really really really siloed. I felt like and It was such a very everything was so very very very specialized whereas you flash forward today and I feel like the development team and You know infrastructure engineers and Site reliability engineers while there there's different fancy titles for everyone but that teams like shrunk significantly and and and you know we all work really really well together. it's not kind of this like staunchy kind of separation of people it's it's a much more collaborative team. We work much closer together Because i think the tools and technologies have evolved in such a way that everyone can kind of sort of work together much better. So i think that part's been super super exciting. And because of that we were able to get you know it's it's more satisfying you can see applications getting released. You know all the time. I mean you get huge. Companies like netflix. They're releasing features like every day. So it's really exciting to see the pace and end the change of how like software and how technology evolves and then. I also think Just be the the amount of information and of you know how to get Involved in tak It's come to a place where i'm excited that so many people like you're talking about your brother. You're literally decision whom how to code and so literally you know a cup. After lockdown he can apply at microsoft and get a job at burnside. Apply to microsoft. So i i love this. I love this. I love because of i came from. I originally from chicago came from you. Know modest modest family and a lot of people around me or modest living. And so i really loved that technology has started to become a equalizer providing a lot more people opportunities To be able to code be able to change and thereby getting great jobs and then they're thereby kind of really changing their lives so it's not. I love seeing really kind of technology for all encoding for all This whole push for that. That's what's really got me like super excited about this industry now.
Seattle to open more permanent COVID-19 vaccination sites in Rainier Beach, West Seattle, Lumen Field Event Center
"Been reporting how seattle is turning some of its testing sites into permanent vaccination sites starting today the rainier beach side is prepared to give about two thousand shots a week and so is second location in west seattle. Kyw's josh amac nickeled visited the rainier beach vaccination clinic today joshua high and describe this vaccination site for us well like every other side. It's open to people who are eligible. Mostly that means seniors over sixty five but there are a few other categories to like home health workers anyway. Everyone who shows up here has an appointment and they walk up and they check in at a table and then when it's their turn they passed. They passed through one of several shipping containers on a train or on the back of a truck and inside there is an administrator in a little booth. And there's someone from the fire department and that person gives you your shot and then you walk out the back of the shipping container into an outdoor area and then you hang out under a tent for like fifteen minutes with a view of the lake all right well. Did you get to speak to anyone there. Yeah i spoke to a lot of seniors there in the recovery tent. And they told me before today trying to get a vaccination appointment was a real chore. Roberta bird right said she couldn't sleep. She wanted an appointment so badly. Given times i wake up you know in the morning. Three o'clock two o'clock in during the throughout the day. And then of course the site that we look. It's like places. Like well up in tacoma and you know really far out. And i'm not going to those places so i just kept looking and looking so now opened up so she also got on wait lists at pharmacies and they told her they'd call but they never did and then she heard from a friend that the southeast seattle senior center was helping seniors make appointments and so she called. They called me back right away like within a few days and schedule being. I'm here bird right. Told me that she had concerns about the safety of the vaccine so it was reassuring for her to go through a community group. Yeah that's good news that roberta got her shot. And just you know. We've been hearing stories about grandkids helping their grandparents schedule. An appointment you know for a variety of reasons you know. Maybe the grandparents don't have a smartphone or computer or maybe like roberta's case the the grandparents are trying to just striking out but in this case it sounds like the senior center is stepping in. Yes and that is the strategy here. They're still far more demand for vaccines than there is supply and so these new vaccination sites are favoring referrals they're working closely with community groups and those groups are doing the outreach. Linda green runs the southeast seattle senior center. That's the group that helped this person earlier. Find their appointment and she says she got her staff spending all their time. Basically going after vaccination appointments for seniors. But it's hard because there just aren't enough vaccines so she said it feels like a competition. Well it's a competition because now we're have folks who are competing you've got the folks who are seventy five years old and older. We've got the sixty five year old. We've got those folks who are under fifty but are also caretakers for those who are sixty five and over or seventy and over. And i know that we have to start from the top the most vulnerable and work our way down but it still is somewhat competitive as to. Who's going to get it first. So all of those those areas we still have to define but we are of the opinion that the goal is for everyone to get vaccinated so whomever we can fit into that classification. That's what we're doing. Yeah and in that competition for vaccines. It helps to have a community group to help you get an appointment. But eventually officials tell me the problem will cease to be a vaccine shortage problem and will become a communication problem. You know trying to get enough people to show up and use all the vaccines right. And we're hearing. There will be more and more vaccinations slots opening up later as well and and another thing. We learned today. Josh was later this month. There's going to be another max. Vaccination site opening up in seattle At the former centurylink field now known as linfield yes and with that site. They're going to start small in the middle of the month but as soon as enough vaccines are on the way that site will be able to push out twenty one thousand vaccinations per day. They told me yeah. That sounds like a lot of shots. When is that going to be. They wouldn't say for sure. Only the it'll happen as soon as possible. And if you're a senior and you want to be proactive linda. Green at the southeast seattle senior center says give them a call. And they'll help you. You don't even have to be in seattle proper anywhere in king. County is fine and then of course you can also use the washington phase finder website. Which helped at least one senior here today.
"roberta" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast
"Two months before the slain. She and her stepmom the victim were home alone when someone tried to get in the back door they start hearing like the back door handle wiggling like someone's trying to open it. She says she opens the door and then slammed it on a hand. That is what i saw so someone tried to break in the back door Her step mom ran back there. Bobby ran back there and closed it. S it opened real quick onto a man's hand that man pulled the hand out and was gone hush manson while she testified that she could see that it was a large manley. Hand screamed something. Very spock gracious issues. Going on here very weird. If she didn't have an affair with someone like love and her a little too hard you know. This whole thing is weird. Yeah i know so. This happened in eighty eight and they didn't actually indict anyone until nineteen ninety-four what thought and it was. Terry invited april ninety. Four terry file sir. Marriage license with another woman in august of ninety four. The bank actually filed for foreclosure on the jewelry business. September of nineteen ninety-five indicted him. This dude got a million dollars from a life insurance policy and the bank tool for clothes on his business. Yes so what did he do that. Money is a great question. Hello fifty real honest with me. If you met someone and their previous spouse had been murdered in their home. Absolutely not a no brainer jason momoa. We're not going anywhere together alone. Should i be like thank you so much for your time. I'll be no no. Why would you do that. No i mean it louis. Oh no i. I wouldn't but i'm thinking like some people be money hungry. You know what i'm talking about. Like if they thought that he still had that million dollars they might be inclined to marry him. Oh god okay. So i could marry him and then figure every fucking thing in the world i could to get him locked up and i'd get the million dollars. No no that's blood. You don't want that while. Some people aren't as good as we are. That's tainted so flushing. We don't want that money. I don't know so it must have already been gone. Because they filed for marriage licensee. He got it in at the end of nineteen eighty. Eight a foreclosed in august ninety four. So he adam money long on. I don't know what he's spitting on but defense attorney irvin box work to show. The jurors officers bought the investigation along with attorneys stephen box and tear little said they discovered seventy eight areas where officers failed in their investigation. Holy shit that's a lot. Urban box even points the finger at donald wayne robin as the killer. Robert was at the daniels home on the day of the sling to retrieve videotapes. But said robin at went into the house. And talk to the defendant terry on the telephone. Revenues fingerprints were found on the telephone in the kitchen. Rabbinate denied that he and the victim were involved romantically. Box accused Of changing his story and blamed investigators for not testing blood samples and investing roberts money boot prints and pickup trucks. David sol's the oklahoma state. Bureau of investigations case agent said robina was eliminated partly suspect because terry daniel i said. He saw his wife alive after visit. Because someone can't come back later what the fuck. They're saying that it's it's possible that she was having an affair with this weight. Robin net. He was in her fucking house that day she was murdered. They have someone who can testify to that because he spoke to him in his house on the day of the murder. They have his fingerprints in his house on the day of the murder. Why was he not fully investigated. Why did he call terry from his own home. Okay so i saw this somewhere else. And this is uncorroborated Because it's was just like read it chatter but someone in total hearsay. But someone said that Terry had actually called home to check in on his wife and talk to her and he while he was talking to her heard a man's voice in the background and got upset and then she was like. Oh it's just on and he was like what do you mean is just on don came by to get some video tapes from the house and he's here and so we'll fuck put him on the phone and so he talked to warm. All that is still like pretty fishy. I think all of that as she. The whole damn thing is fishy. The man just happened just happened to call at the same time this guy was there. I don't know. I wonder if they have our neighbor situation. I'm just saying the it's like there's some weird shit was not fully investigated. I'm allegedly talked to her on the phone. Yeah it kind of seems like some bad investigating on us be part then again. We're no stranger to that. So let's just fucking what if it was these two men. What if he was having an affair and they're both like fucker. She told me she was leaving you. You know. I don't know it's very possible. No it's very strange because scorned women of done a similar thing like group together. Yeah i mean it's it's even possible. He that terry was just jealous when he called and this man was there he was purely a family friend but still i mean that could have set him into a rage maybe he came home later in and like was all over her case about it and then killed her or or maybe he really was at work in this other guy waited until like later came back then killed her because she wouldn't leave her husband or something like who fucking knows. None of this was investigated properly. I feel like there's too many. What ifs and there shouldn't be that many whatevs because this is not like collectible evidence. You can't blame it on like times. You know what i mean like own. Dna wasn't really prominent or whatever it doesn't matter like this is just pure simple investigating.
"roberta" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast
"How many people listen to us and said oh girls to be in like i know true and you like you like what you like just like that one review that was like i really don't think necessary because so much shut your fucking face. Other people are fine with it. I don't give a shit. I don't care like crash and twos. don't give a flying fuck. Like oh my god like i go all day long making small talk and chitchat and being professional and not saying what i need to say or want to say eggshells. Tiptoeing now is not the time. This is my time. This is my meantime. There's a million podcast. You can listen to you. Know and i feel like a lot of that's one of those. It's not ladylike sort of things. And i'm like fuck you. Who the fuck made up these rules about. What isn't isn't lady like. Listen i'm just here to listen to a story about two boys who marked their whole family. And i want to know every detail and sign up on shares. But please don't have. It's achey all the details. We go into your word this saying fuck. Like serious acclimate year today to stomach. Well what got me is. An and i actually had a bad review removed from apple because they had complained about the cursing and i was like. I have so many disclaimers on this podcast. It's unbelievable slaughtering an intro. It's all over our website. It's all over the description like when you look at our fucking podcast on there. It's it says explicit content. You cannot complain about it. If you look directly at it and continue to lis- we learned that when i came out. Yeah other anyways. So yeah we actually. Oklahoma cold cases reached out to us. Oh my goodness it has been months now but they are kind of working with us a little bit. There slightness some cases here and there and i had asked one of the girls over there which case she thought needed a little spotlight on it and this is the name that she shot me today. Yeah we're gonna talk about roberta. Bobbie land daniel this from nineteen eighty eight and it's still cold case obviously oklahoma cold cases tongue. What's hunga oklahoma. Awhile so far from us in our minds when we record where ada just so you know. It's way the shit north west of oklahoma city. It's closer to me than ada is. Isn't that strange to wrap your mind around. It is kind of weird. It's weird out here. Men roberta bobbie. Lynn daniel She was found generous. Second nineteen eighty eight and one tonga homa that particular night had been brutally cold the roads of the town ice and snow covered the daniels transplants from the woodward area which by the way is like the panhandle the oklahoma panhandle up by colorado and married february eighth nineteen five. They owned a jewelry store on. What tonga's main street claims. He was working late in his tongue. Jewelry store when a friend called the say his wife was answering the phone. You rushed home around eleven pm. She was at the base of our stairs and had a filet knife protruding from her stomach and just a massive pool of blood around her head. Daniel carl i can't describe those feelings obvious. Skull had been crushed her throat cut and a hunting knife plunged into her left side. You like that word. Hit it may mouth watering. It's even the notes now about that. Sound that it makes when that happens. Yeah burgling that's instantly. Yeah what. I associated with philly. Okay so The knife was later determined to belong to her husband. The window near the back door had been broken and was the only sign of forced entry into the home. Some jewelry was stolen but apparently all belonging to the victim so like they didn't steal jewelry. Well so what. I have come to understand from the rest of the research is that they Man wife and a jewelry store and along with her wedding ring and some jewelry. That actually still had the jewelry store tags on them was stolen so i guess they just had jewelry store jewelry laying around their home. I don't know it's kind of a weird one but are a mcloughlin or discipline. county sheriff's deputy. He was one of the first to arrive at the murder scene. A site one. One judge described as clearly setup robbery so the initial theory was that a robbery had occurred within the daniel household with the robber surprising bobby and resulting in her death. However the as evidence for a robbery doesn't quite hold water. Mel hat a criminalist for for the ospar testified in ninety four that the front door lock could not be reached through the broken windows broken window in the back of the home and they had initially thought that that's where this person came in through and then unlocked the back door when he left he did not leave back through the window but went through the back door but then this guy gets up there and testifies that he collected evidence. He didn't find blood hair. Fiber anything like that to suggest anyone actually came through the window and that if someone had broken out the window and then reach through to try to open the back door it was like impossible. Nobody can reach that for so then. They're thinking that it was staged like meant to be looked like it was staged forced entry but it. They don't think it was so he said it's my opinion that no one has ever been through that window. He and state medical examiner. Dr fred jordan said they agree. That hairs were found on the victim's hands jordan testified that he sent us. Bi eight hairs from her left hand but headset. He only received three didn't see anywhere of what happened to the other hairs where they went. What happened to them. no one knows. He said that the hairs he received actually belonged to the victim's daughter brooke and some animals. Probably cats yeah. You and i both know how the hair thing goes anyway test. All we hate okay. I'm still saying what happened to the other hairs. If they collected eight. I find this is like what nineteen eighty eight. I find that nineteen fifties that someone would call this man at his work and be like your wife owning to the phone at eleven o'clock in high who the fuck is yelling her. And why are they calling him to tell you. Know what i mean something if.
"roberta" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast
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"roberta" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast
"Of that as she. The whole damn thing is fishy. The man just happened just happened to call at the same time. This guy was there. I wonder they have irving neighbor situation. I'm just saying the it's like there's some weird shit that was not fully investigated. I remember allegedly talked to her on the phone. Yeah it kind of seems like some bad investigating on us be part then again. We're no stranger to that. So let's just fucking what if it was these two men. What if he was having an affair and they're both like fucker. She told me she was leaving you. You know. I don't know it's very possible. No it's very strained. Scorned women of done a similar thing like group up together to. Yeah i mean. It's it's even possible that he that terry was just jealous when he called and this man was there was purely a family friend but still i mean that could set him into a rage maybe came home later and like was all over her case about it and then killed her or or maybe he really wasn't work in this other guy waited until like later came back and then killed her because she wouldn't leave her husband or something like who fucking knows. None of this was investigated properly. I feel like there's too many. What ifs and there shouldn't be that many diffuse because this is not like collectible evidence. You can't blame it on like times. You know what i mean like. Oh well you know. Dna wasn't really prominent or whatever it doesn't matter like this is just pure simple investigating talking to people finding out when and where they word like. I don't know i dislike. It was shit investigation. They indicted him. They indicted terry in ninety five. They actually had to set the case aside for wild because number. What happened in ninety five. All casey daniel for yeah and daniel for like all of these cases they ended up having to kind of set his aside for a while and then a whole entire year later Terry's attorneys finally file motion to dismiss due to insufficient evidence. That was never they never dismissed it and then the case went on and on and on and on drug on and on and on and on and apparently somewhere along the lines evidence went missing. Oh my god. Venice fucking shan. The jewelry that had been found went missing. No one could produce the a the files that shows who it was released to or from like. That's just nonexistent now. For some reason like a bunch of other stuff went missing A lot of things didn't get like like those five hairs. What happened to the five hairs knows like there was a bunch of stuff. That either didn't get tested. Did it get the filed properly or just straight up went missing and so they never were able to have a proper trial really and they just kept waiting and waiting finally in september of two thousand which was four years after that. Terry's attorneys filed motion to dismiss with prejudice for a lack of speedy trial. Yeah i can't fucking people like sometimes wonder about a workload and then other times. I wonder about things that happen. And all of a sudden everybody starts making a fucking excuse about it. You're right because And that's the shitty part about the real world. I feel like that happened a lot Especially during ninety five and all the cases that came in the in the years right after that but that should not deter you from your investigation like why were these. Things not investigated properly. Yeah and then here you have a woman that like this is still cold case. No one knows what actually happened because like you said i feel like some people use it as an excuse anyway so they actually didn't dismiss it. The jury came back with not guilty and then it was dismissed. That happened october. twenty fifth. Two thousand i don't know and what's weird though. Is that later so fox. Twenty five was investigating this on some sort of anniversary. Whatever i don't know but they actually questioned the os and they asked to see the chain of custody forms for all the stuff that went missing and they couldn't produce it. Imagine not only that. But the agency denied their requests saying that the state law doesn't require the os. I to make such to make those kinds of records public and then after that they just like refused all interviews basically that just kept saying no comment. No comment sometimes things just like. I don't understand why they it just seems like people don't try were they. Should be doing your job or do i have some words for you so about this case. The os says it's cases closed even though there's never been a conviction for the murder how i don't understand how you can close the case on something that's never been solved. If anyone has any information pertaining its case you can always contact the county sheriff's department. And i have a few words here from friends Bobby's friends actually that these. These people sent us. Legit message is Through our page on facebook. I'll just read a couple of them. So belinda h says. The still breaks my heart. It's i was very good friends with her. We stay together worked at dawn's and rain together. The fun and memories will never be forgotton. Then patty p. says they went to church together in high school together. Terry was a couple years older than her and bobby and they graduated together. Terry was a good guy back. Then and bobby was absolutely precious and she was absolutely beautiful. She remembers that she always admired her for her. Love of rodeo apparently terry and bobby. That was like their thing. And then sabrah says bobby and my mom were very close friends and neighbors while we lived in woodward so this is this one gets a little personal because this would be like if you ended up being murdered or like for me or vice versa because their moms for so close they basically grew up together. She says they were just like family. They did dance together They were she said. I was a couple years older than brooke. We have stayed in contact with through all of this. What's brooke brooke..
"roberta" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast
"Many people have listened to us and said ou girls being kind of true. I mean you like you like what you like just like that one review that was like i really don't think it's necessary because so much. Shut your fucking face. Other people are fine with it. I don't give a shit. I don't care i love be crashed and twos. Don't give a flying fuck like. Oh my god. Like i go all day long making small talk and chitchat and being professional and not saying what i need to say or want to say. Walk ed chills. Tiptoeing now is not the time. this is my time. This is my meantime. There's a million. Podcast you can listen to and i feel like a lot of. That's one of those. It's not ladylike sort of things. And i'm like fuck you. Who the fuck made up these rules about. What isn't isn't lady like. Listen i'm just here to listen to story about two boys who marked their whole family. And i want to know every detail and sign out pictures but please don't have. It's achey all the details we go into your word this saying fuck like serious. Ask any today just stomach. Well what got me is. An and i actually had a bad review removed from apple because they had complained about the cursing and i was like. I have so many disclaimers on this podcast. It's unbelievable literally an intro. It's all over our website. It's all over the description like when you look at our podcast on there. It says explicit content. You cannot complain about it if you look directly at it and then continue tillis. Boom we learn that. When i came out yeah anyways so yeah we actually. Oklahoma cold cases reached out to us. Oh my goodness it has been months now but they are kind of working with us a little bit there slightness some cases here and there and i asked one of the girls over there which case she thought needed a little spotlight on and this is the name that she shot me today. Yeah we're gonna talk about. Roberta bobby lynn daniel. This is from nineteen eighty eight. And it's still cold case. Obviously obama cold cases tunga. What's hunga oklahoma. Awhile suffer from us in our minds when we record where ada so you know. It's way shit north west of oklahoma city. It's clustered uneven. ada is. Isn't that strange to wrap your mind around. It is kind of weird. It's weird. roberta. Bobby lynn daniel the She was found dead january second. Nineteen eighty-eight tonga home. That particular night had been brutally cold. The roads of the town ice and snow covered the daniels transplants from the woodward area which by the way the panhandle the oklahoma panhandle up by colorado and married february eighth nineteen ninety-five. They owned a jewelry store on. What tonga's main street. No claims he was working late in his batonga jewelry store when a friend called the say his wife was answering the phone. You rush home around eleven pm. She was at the base of our stairs and had a filet knife protruding from her stomach and just a massive pool of blood around her head. Daniel carl i can't describe those feelings obvious. Skull had been crushed her throat cut and a hunting knife plunged into her left side. You don't like that word hit it. It may mouth watering the notes. Now about that sound that it makes when that happens. Yeah that gurgling. that's instantly. Yeah what i associated with and sui okay so The knife was later determined to belong to her husband. The window near the back door had been broken and was the only sign of forced entry into the home. Some jewelry was stolen but apparently all belonging to the victim so like they didn't even kiss jewelry. Well so what. I have come to understand from. The rest of the research is that they Mana wife owned a jewelry store and along with her wedding ring and some jewelry. That actually still had the jewelry store tags on them was stolen so i guess they just had jewelry store jewelry laying around their home. I don't know it's kind of a weird one but are a mcloughlin. Worked as a blaine county sheriff's deputy. He was one of the first to arrive at the murder scene. A site one one judge described as clearly a setup robbery so the initial theory was that a robbery had occurred within the daniel household with the robbers surprising bobby and resulting in her death. At the as evidence for a robbery doesn't quite hold water. Mel hat a criminalist. For for the vr testified in ninety four the front door lock could not be reached through the broken nose. There is broken window in the back home and they had initially thought that that's where this person came in through and then unlocked back door. When he left he did not leave back through the window but went through the back door but then this guy gets there and testifies that he collected evidence blood hair fiber anything like that to suggest anyone actually came through the window and that if someone had broken out the window and then reached through to try to open the back door it was like impossible nobody can reach out for so then they're thinking that it was staged like mint be looked like it was spayed for statuary. But they don't think it was so he said it's my opinion that no one has ever been through that window. He and state medical examiner. Dr fred jordan said they agree. That harris were found on the victim's hands jordan testified that he sent us by eight hairs from her left hand but head said he only received three didn't see anywhere. What happened to the other hairs where they went. What happened to them. No one else. He said that the hairs that he received.
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"roberta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That wass Rose. The first And then What Last First time. The awful Classic, just hitting the half century Mark. Roberta Flack in the first time ever, I saw your face Paul Cavalcanti with Yuan w N Y C and new standards.
"roberta" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"He he's he came to fame somewhat with Roberta Flack back in the day this is the whispers her that's that's the version Madonna's version school too that's it right there merry Christmas baby a little Christmas cheer for you we do what we're doing Christmas special coming up here starts on a what is starts on Christmas Eve Derek was a star in a Christmas Eve and are you crying over there two nine across then that we put enough of a Christmas music by the people that do the music shows on Saturday and Sunday here and that's going to be quite an extravaganza coming up now off ball turned about music Friday's going forth here I'm toying with the idea of doing Christmas music that I do on my Christmas shows and making that the next couple shows we do here and the the the the Christmas music I have in my arsenal you ain't seen nothing like it truly is incredible stuff that's one right there but I am used to do this where every every day from thanks giving up to Christmas Christmas Eve I would play maybe a bus a song a segment have a busted into that this year we'll see see a lot of these Christmas songs what they do is they they picked me up and throw me against the wall Solana well that's enough said let's move a doctrine of the north not from about music for it it's going to be it's just regular old on the edge of the pharaoh next F. B. I. falsified documents to continue spying on the trump and company campaign after the election of this comes down off a bright part this is encouraging to me because this is William Barr talking now William Barr people are criticizing he's not doing a fast enough and I'm kind of in that can't myself and I'm still very skeptical I will I'll believe it when I see it but it's good to know that he's saying things like this and it's good to know that even though the attorney the inspector general part just came out horror was Michael Moore was was not glaringly obvious all look at all these people here the criminality associated with he did say that but it's all there the actual report the line items of the report say yeah this was this was criminal this wasn't right now he tries to exhort a white wash some of it along the lines of the same we call we did with with Hillary Obama remember that when Hillary Obama the it's a Janice she broke a law here but she didn't know which which is a lie straight up what that right there tells you call me could be tried for aiding and abetting but that she didn't know she didn't know that you know she had classified documentation I mean she'd been through being a senator and knew how things were presented to the Senate where they were label classified she kept them on a server in her bathroom in our house by the way our house the bill was having an affair let's be honest banging his mistress such this for fact these to call this woman the energizer bunny the one in out of that house because when Hillary was out doing whatever she was doing bill would have a command.
"roberta" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"No Roberta play you played the song. You. That's ours. I grew up listening to Lauryn Hill's version. More hills cover. Almost precisely as Roberta flack does just without the smooth way. Guys, come on. You know, what it is just that's it? Thank you, Viking guy. But you have to give them the proper musicians the proper credit. Okay. All right. Giving them credit? After turn off the extraneous, Mike that's going to be my and amended. We have mics three and four and let me get the mixer on for a one for Hess. Right. There has say say say something has something for oh, let me let me can you from? Oh, is that is hey ought to be louder. Hey. Hold on. Let me let me get you up just a little bit. I don't want to make sure they hit. He's echoey to tune them down echo down a little bit. Turn effects on that day. Hey, hey, hey, hey. Here. Hey, hey. Four should be four number four. Vixen? Hey four. Yeah. Okay. That turned down the echo, can you? Give me any volume. Yup. Hate number four. Hey, hello. How are you? How are you? Bleed. Yeah. Yeah. Hey, right there right there. All right. It was all right. The name of the song as ordinary day. You know, why sounded only counter to? Because you lift on three. Oh. I like that. Here we go American supermodel ordinary day..
"roberta" Discussed on Man Points! Podcast
"All right. I'm going with Roberta McCain John McCain's, mama. His momma is mama. Still. Yeah, I'm still but her husband's did her, son. She fourteen put on hold on. Mitch is. Absolutely, sure. Roberta McCain is still alive, but was unaware that you need to check. It might be still on his list. Well, that's a good idea right next to a solid bin Laden. Now. He was hung. All right. Yeah. All right. That's what it yet. I know Leland be that was below. Hello. Nancy pelosi. Are this is a wishlist he's getting a nice nice new job though? She's got a. I'm wolf a fatal. She cooks up fatal stroke from the husband because wears on that. He got a hat, or we just hope it. I should've got that bitch. Autographed. Oh, let you get kicked out of the middle gave it to you for Christmas. That's just so silly. And he gets his wish. All right, Ben Goldie Hawn Goldie on death. But she looks haggard. I know Mitch I'm sorry. But she didn't look bad at all. I mean based on the. When I got thirty contest. Or is he gonna make up and all that shit on? It's a beauty contest leaving would win. You're you're right. You'd be close. I didn't pick me you'd be a close. You looking opulent. Thank you number nine, correct. Yes. So got to go back, and at least get a point. So I'm going to Henry Kissinger still alive. Yes. I saw that I saw too. And I was like man, I can't believe he's still alive because this is one of those I ran across from like blew my mind, and he was still upright that dude cut hooked up with some alien technology or something that's kept him alive when he was working for Jim. Nineteen twenty three. That's all nasal in that guy. So I can't believe I didn't write them down. I saw. And I thought about it. I didn't I didn't. All right number nine pick. I know. Yoko Ono gone out. God. She should died. A long time you how did she not make your top five breaking down the Beatles? She's gonna die. She's dying. Seventy nine they do. Well, and then they go, but they still live to be one hundred that is usually they look haggard forward after thirty. They turn.