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The Eric Metaxas Show
Randall Terry of Operation Rescue Shares His Story
"I want my audience to get to know your story. And let's start with this. You are making a documentary film called dragon slayers. That tells the story of this. So I want everybody to know about that by the time we're done with this. But Randall, I want your story. You were so iconic and so central to this movement in the 80s and the 90s, what is your story before that? How did you get involved in the pro life movement? Where do you begin life? Well, I was a graduate of a Bible college. I was blessed by the lord to be able to preach in churches all over the northeast and in Mexico, Costa Rica, Honduras. I spoke Spanish fluently and preached in Spanish and my mission in my head was to be a missionary and to preach the gospel. Where did you grow up? I grew up in upstate New York outside of Rochester, New York, and a little town called west Henrietta. And went to public school there, I quit school when I was 16, four months before graduation, I was an honor student, graduating early, and I got into a big fight with my dad, and quit school. And literally it started traveling around the country. Hitchhiking, sleeping under bridges. And I was 16, my poor mom and dad, but people were preaching to me as I was going. And I came to the lord when I was 17. And had a genuine born again come to Jesus conversion. So I began to preach to all my friends and I felt a call to go to Bible college. So I went to Bible college. And while I was there, I saw the documentary by Francis schaefer called whatever happened to the human race. You remember it. Isn't it interesting how, you know, we all do what we do. And we don't know how it's going to affect people. It's kind of funny to think that there are many people in my audience that they don't know Randall Terry and operation rescue much less Francis schaefer,
WTOP 24 Hour News
Fresh "Rochester" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"Took over the city school system and he says a different political climate is one reason why he chose this job over other opportunities that had come his way in Largo, John Dome and WTOP News. Sports at 25 and 55 powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white think red. And that's time with Rob. Yeah almost about 30 minutes away from Patrick Corbin taking the first pitch against the Diamondbacks but a guy who threw some errant pitches last night getting sent down to the minors. Erasmo Ramirez designated for assignments at AAA Rochester and if you heard Dave Martinez after last night's awful relief appearance you kind of saw it coming. He's trying really hard right now so we just got to get him calmed down and I think thank you so much up there and just get him get him back in a good direction. He's just overthinking things. Corey was Abbott called up from Rochester to take his place in the bullpen. Day two of Commander's mandatory mini camp. It's a key season for test sweat he's in the final year of his rookie contract. It's on my mind but really when I'm when I'm out there with the guys I'm not really thinking about Just that. think about really getting it done with my boys and just having fun with them. So yeah. Was training away from here related to that
AP News Radio
2 dead in stampede at GloRilla concert in New York
"A second concert goer has died after a crowd stampede at the end of a rap concert in Rochester, New York. Police in New York are investigating a deadly crowd surge at Rochester's historic Main Street armory that happened Sunday Night. Police said three badly injured women were taken to strong memorial hospital one 35 year old woman died, and buffalo mayor Byron Brown confirmed Monday that 33 year old Rhodesia belton, who worked in that city's traffic violations agency also died, at least 7 other people were treated for injuries, a concert goer told channel 13 W HAM she wasn't sure what prompted people to search toward the exits at the end of the concert featuring rappers Gloria and finesse two times. A lot of different people was just pushing, doing a lot of pushing and shoving out unfortunately was one that was on the ground and God I did get up. Rochester mayor Malik Evans called the fatal stampede totally unacceptable. When you have a popular artist like that, you're gonna have a large crowd. So the question will be, were the appropriate actions taken? Audio courtesy 13 WH a.m.. I'm Jennifer King
WTOP 24 Hour News
Fresh "Rochester" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"Corey was Abbott called up from Rochester to take his place in the bullpen. Day two of Commander's mandatory mini camp. It's a key season for test sweat he's in the final year of his rookie contract. It's on my mind but really when I'm when I'm out there with the guys I'm not really thinking about Just that. think about really getting it done with my boys and just having fun with them. So yeah. Was training away from here related to that at all? Not at all. Not holding or anything like that. So yeah I'm just back. In the other football huge news. Argentine superstar Lionel Messi taking his talents to South Beach. He is joining MLS squad into Miami in a lucrative deal that will net him a cut of revenue from Apple TV's MLS season pass according to reports. Speaking of Miami that's where game three of the NBA finals is tonight. Heat Nuggets jockeying series for the lead and a guy not far removed from being in the finals is reportedly looking for a new home. Chris Paul reportedly being released in Phoenix instantly making him one of the top available free agents this offseason. Rob Woodfork, WTOP Sports. Thank you Rob Rob. the latest update on the smoke in the sky coming up 626. Hear me good people are you ready defend to your castle against the summer elements? Let new look home design be your trusted ally in fortifying your home's roof just
AP News Radio
1 woman killed, 9 injured, after trampling at Main Street Armory concert - WIVB.com - News 4
"Ball spears of a shooting at a rap concert in Rochester, New York made a crowd stampede to the exits, killing one person and injuring 8 others. Rochester police chief David Smith says it happened at Gloria's Sunday Night concert at the Main Street armory, a 33 year old woman died and two people are in critical condition. Preliminary reports from people that have seen indicate that these injuries were caused from people being trampled. We do not have any evidence of gunshots being fired or of anyone being shot or stabbed at the scene. Mayor Malik Evans, vowing told anyone found responsible accountable, including the venue. When you go to a concert, you do not expect to
WTOP 24 Hour News
Fresh update on "rochester" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Maximus moving people and technology forward 355 George Wallace with the bombshell news in the world of soccer. Lionel Yeah, Sean Messi has made it official he is going to join MLS and go play for Inner Miami it probably it is the biggest signing in the 27 year history of MLS maybe rivaled a little bit by the David Beckham signing but this is pretty big and also according to ESPN they are offering the Superstar as far as a as the revenue from new subscribers to Apple TV's MLS season pass streaming was part of the negotiations also his deal with Adidas which he has a lifetime contract with and Adidas has contract a with MLS. So a huge deal today. Messi heading to MLS and Inner Miami does come out on the field this summer. Mini Camp in Ashburn everybody in attendance yet again. Montez Sweat says he's not thinking about the contract when he's on the field. It's in the back of his mind but he's back and ready to play baseball tonight Nationals and the Diamondbacks yet again as Corey Abbott recalled today from Rochester. Rasmo Ramirez designated for assignment Orioles in Milwaukee George Wallace WTOP sports. Alright George coming up on WTOP we continue to follow that breaking news Bowie High School lifts a lockdown triggered after reports of an armed person near the school 356.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
American Taxpayers: 'Hell No' to Paying for Ukrainian Pensions
"Well, my gut is that they're killing those of us who are working and paying in here in the United States. So if I can say hell no, that's my answer. No, I'm right with you. I'm right there with you. I would echo that. 806 5 5 mic. Here is line four. Here is Marie and Rochester, Minnesota. Your tax dollars paying for Ukrainian pensions. What do you say, Marie? I say that's got to end. If that's not happening, we're not going to work every day to pay for other countries, people. It's happening. We're doing it. This is I'm not asking this question about yes or no and we get to decide Joe Biden is deciding. The Lindsey grahams and the Mitch mcconnells are deciding. We've got a bunch of establishment Republicans who I guess think this is fine.
WTOP 24 Hour News
Fresh update on "rochester" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Sports at 25 and 55 powered by Maximus moving people and innovation forward to 55 your busy man Brian album that's right Shawn commanders minicamp in continues Ashburn and with chase young back and looking healthier so far the question is can the defensive line dominate if young Jonathan Allen to Ron Payne and Montez sweat are all together sweat thinks it's up to he and young to ever on their end we've been together with three four years now we talk about potential day our but we got to go out there and really do it with John and John the pain of doing that audio courtesy of our own George Wallace will have more news from Ashburn later in the day here on WTOP after last night's 10 to 5 lost Arizona the Nationals are making some changes to the bullpen they've recalled right -hander Corey Abbott from triple -a Rochester designating Rasmo Ramirez for assignment Ramirez had allowed nine earned runs in his last three and two -thirds innings of work Patrick Corbin gets the start tonight from Nats Park at 705 while the Orioles will look for a bounce back win in Milwaukee at 740 at the French Open 22nd seed Alexander Zverev is on to the semifinals after defeating Tomas Echeverri in four sets he'll meet the winner of Casper Ruud and Holger Rune playing right now Ruud a is up break in the first set and at 830 tonight the NBA Finals resume from Miami with the Heat and Nuggets tied to the game at peace I'm Bryan Albin WTOP sports alright Bryan coming up here on WTOP complaints and now concerns about all that smell and haze from the Canadian wildfires up and down the East Coast two other contenders for the GOP presidential nomination have entered their bids formally today and Pope Francis resting at a Rome hospital having after an operation today we'll have details on those stories and more coming up at the top of the hour where it's 256.
"rochester" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Recruiter, the smartest way to hire. This is the 77 WABC update on politics. I'm Dominique Carter, the deadly shooting of a veteran Rochester, New York police officer late Thursday. Officials are calling a cowardly ambush that came just hours after the upstate city was put under a state of emergency over gun crime. Officer Anthony marzook a 29 year veteran of the force was shot dead during the attack late Thursday, the partner of marzook, it's an 8 year veteran was also shot in the lower body and has been discharged from a hospital. Also up in the Rochester area, the man who allegedly tried to stab Republican candidate for governor Lee zeldin with a bladed weapon during a campaign stop was released from jail within hours of his arrest on the felony charge just as Zelda had predicted. A group of armed men sexually assaulted and robbed a woman inside her midwood apartment according to the NYPD. The group approached the 47 year old victim in the hallway of her building near ocean Parkway in avenue P around 8 45 p.m. Monday and forced their way into her apartment at gunpoint. Inside the apartment, one of the men's sexually assaulted the victim officials say adding the trio eventually fled with money, jewelry, and electronics. And swimming at three popular Long Island beaches was halted again yesterday after two sharks were spotted the latest and a rash of recent truck sightings. Have a great weekend talk to you folks Sunday Night at midnight going into Monday with your 77 WABC update on politics
WTOP 24 Hour News
Fresh update on "rochester" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"For a replacement is underway. Sports at 25 and 55. Powered by Red River. Technology decisions Think Red. 125 Sports with Bryan Albin. And Mark Day 2 of Commander's Minicamp going on now from Ashburn in defense of Ben Montez sweat in the last year of his contract was asked how much a new deal is weighing on his mind. I mean, it's the it's obvious answer. I mean, it's on my mind. But really, when I'm when I'm out there with the guys, really I'm not think about that. Just think about really getting it done with my boys and just having fun with them. So this training away from here related to that at all. Not at all. Not not holding or anything like that. So yeah, I'm just back That audio from our own George Wallace will have more reports from day two of minicamp later today. After last night's 10 -5 I've lost to Arizona. The Nationals are making some changes to the bullpen as they have recalled right -hander Corey Abbott from Triple -A Rochester and are designating Erasmo Ramirez for assignment. Ramirez had allowed nine earned runs in his last three and two -thirds innings of work. Patrick Corbin gets the start tonight from Nats Park at 705 while the Orioles look for a bounce back win in win Milwaukee at 740. The NBA Finals resume for Miami at 830 tonight with the Heat and Nuggets tied I did at a game apiece in that best -of -seven series and speaking of Miami, Lionel Messi is coming to South Beach 12. as well Fabrizio Romano breaking the news that the soccer legend will be joining MLS side Inter Miami on a free transfer this July. It's still unknown if he'll be ready to play for Inter's July 8th visit to Audi Field. I'm Bryan Albin WTOP sports. Just ahead the latest on the code red air quality alert is forcing some schools to
AP News Radio
GOP candidate for NY governor Zeldin attacked, avoids injury
"U.S. congressman Lee zeldin of New York has escaped serious injury after a man tried to stab him during a campaign speech on Thursday Zeldin who's the GOP candidate for New York governor says he's okay The selden campaign says the attacker climbed on to a low stage at an event in Rochester New York and apparently tried to stab Zelda as he was speaking a video posted on Twitter shows zeldin and the attacker falling to the ground as other people try to intervene chair Nick langworthy says selden had a scrape at langworthy is calling on Zelda's democratic opponent governor Kathy hochul whose condemned the attack to issue a security detail
"rochester" Discussed on WJR 760
"Become a psychology professor at Rochester college, hate for us a picture of that place 25 years ago. Yeah, it was a place really in great transition. My first job out of graduate school, I was actually working at University of Michigan Flint, had what I thought was a dream job. And for a couple of years, the man who was then the president of Rochester college reached out to me, he knew that I had this long-standing connection with the institution or an old connection with the institution. And that president, a man named doctor Ken Johnson, was working hard to transform the institution in some significant ways. He was moving it from a primarily two year Bible college where people tended to transfer to other things. There was a business program there, but that was the emphasis of it. He's transitioning to it to a four year liberal arts institution that granted baccalaureate degrees. He wanted to build a strong psychology department, wanted to build strong programs in the liberal arts and sciences. And he persuaded me to come and there were several new faculty members that came at that time as the institution was transitioning. At that time, there was also a name change that had happened just a couple of years ago before from Michigan Christian college to Rochester college. In an effort to sort of identify the institution more closely with its community, identify it more closely with a broader liberal arts or a four year emphasis. Still with a strong Christian foundation at the very heart of what it was. At that time, it was about 600 students. And mostly students who were from the religious tradition that it came from. But it was growing to become a more ecumenically oriented institution and really changing. It was an exciting time to be there. It was also a time where someone who was very creative and entrepreneurial could dream and have ideas and see those ideas and dreams come to fruition and in the building of the psychology major and the psychology department there. I was able to do that. I found it to be an incredibly rewarding. And it also was an opportunity to continue to build my clinical practice. And I still have great connections and great relationships with some of the students that I had. There was some there in the late 1990s, early 2000s, great bunch of people. All right, 25 years later, it seems like only yesterday. Tell us about Rochester university today. You know, it's an institution that has grown and changed drastically in those 25 years. It has continued to transition to offer more and more educational programs. We still are a faith based Christian institution, a private institution. We're still small. I have about 1200 students now. But we've broadened our degree offerings pretty extensively and have just now recently included some new degree offerings and Addison degree offerings and fields like technology and data analytics, computer science, things that are definitely plugged into the marketplace. We also have strong professional programs, a school of nursing, our school of business is very strong with an outstanding program, particularly in sports management and in nonprofit management. We also have a strong teacher education program and are in the process now of adding some additional graduate programs. So in every sense, we've become a university that is more inclusive and broad in its offerings and more connected to the marketplace, but still with that very strong foundation based on following Jesus. We're talking to doctor Bryant stagner. If you want to learn more, WWW dot Rochester, you dot EDU. We can't talk about Rochester without profiling two icons. First, Doctor John Todd. You know, doctor Todd is one of the real foundational pieces of Rochester university. When I first came to Rochester as an employee in 1998, John contacted me really quickly. At that time, he was a professor in our political science department. And I have heard about John, John was a man of immense character and courage and integrity. As some folks know, because John has developed a real reputation in the area, John served in the Vietnam War and was horribly injured, he was a cobra helicopter pilot, was horribly injured in a firefight experienced significant facial injuries and lost much of his sight and much of his hearing. And literally crawled out of the wreckage of the helicopter saving the life of one of his crew members and was awarded the navy cross for his courage and bravery there. After he got out of the service, he worked for The White House for a while talking about the Vietnam conflict, then went to graduate school to law school at Georgetown, earned his law degree and watched an amazing career even with those significant physical disabling conditions. And has influenced students for 40 years on the Rochester campus just recently retired. Well deserved retirement. And John's work and influence, frankly, was one of the things that really drew me to Rochester university because this is a man whose character whose love for God, whose love for his country, his love for education. It was just inspiring. And it continues to be inspiring to me, a great man, a great supporter of our institution. One of his traditions was he would always take new Rochester university professors to lunch. Yes. What was his message each time? You know, well, I remember it as though it were yesterday when he invited me to lunch, remembering that John is a man who was almost completely blind at that time. He came up to me and said, Brian, let's go to lunch. You drive. So we went that day and John wanted to really his message, first of all, was very much about interest in the person that he was talking to. John was never a self focused person. He was always in continues to be other focused. So he wanted to get to know me and he always was interested in getting acquainted with new faculty members in particular to learn about their interests to learn about the research and the scholarship that they're interested in. And then with some cajoling, John will tell you his story. And what John continues to emphasize is the importance of faith in his life. The importance of looking forward and moving forward and continuing to grow and to achieve and to not let resentments or to not let regrets hold you back. And to not be inhibited or suppressed by difficulties or challenges that continue to rise above those things. And he communicates that and all sorts of ways. And communicates that with the folks that he gets oriented to the institution on those very important and meaningful lunch dates as well. The name of this show is with God anything as possible and think about it. Professor John Todd passes because of autonomous vehicles, doctor. He may well say I'll drive. Absolutely. I hope so for a sick as well, I think
The Charlie Kirk Show
There's a Reason Daniel Horowitz Uses the 'G Word'
"You used the G word early on. You're Jewish, to say genocide is a big deal. Can you elaborate on that? Some people would disagree. Sure. Well, I mean, how many millions of people died from COVID? COVID is not natural. Everyone knows that. It is not. It came from somewhere. That is a genocide. Denial of treatment. Here's the thing. The juxtaposition of the standard for which they use to not just approve, but market, not just market, but coerce. Upon us, the vaccines that Therapeutics that they're using versus the standard they're using not just to block but to almost criminalize doctors off of using things that have four decade long safety profiles, won the Nobel Prize. It listed as WHO essential medicine. At worst, it's just a placebo. Okay, let's say it doesn't work. It certainly couldn't do any harm. They will literally use Remdesivir, which was pulled from a clinical trial for Ebola because of kidney failure failure. They'll use it on people that have kidney disease. And it doesn't work. It doesn't work. WHO recommended against it because they did a large randomized controlled trial. It doesn't work. There's stuff doesn't work. And they block it. You know, when I talk about genocide, let me say this. There's a man named Ralph. He did all the Ivermectin right to try legal cases in the hospital. And he was up against people in the Rochester house systems in court, where they were blocking Ivermectin. The judge ruled in Ralph's favor. They got Ivermectin into the person. And the guy is home today with his kids this day. Even though he was ready on a ventilator, very, very hard to recover from that. This happens several times. Yet the same lawyer for the hospital systems will go up against him again. Why would you possibly do that? He told me they testified in court that they had advised the patient's family to take them off life support. So it's not just the bottom of the 9th inning, game over. And yet they wouldn't allow them to try something that was regarded as one of the safest medications around when they said it was over with, but they'll have no problem using stuff in the ICU that has FDA black box warnings for blood clotting. It's called lumia. It's one of the few drugs they use and Remdesivir. You can't recover from that observation, Charlie. This stuff I've seen and heard in hospitals. It's
"rochester" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Now Rochester come from the underground command post Deep in the bowels of a hidden bunker somewhere under the brick and steel of a nondescript building We have once again made contact with our leader Love then All right America welcome back rich Valdez hour three Mark Levin show coast to coast our phone number 8 7 7 three 8 one three 8 one one Few people holding on is a couple open lines We're gonna get to that I promise And you know I was just talking to mister producer during the break and I said man this thing is flying I thought we were halfway through We're two thirds of the way through so let me know I don't know if I'm doing a good job or not Let me know at rich valdes on the social media I am the host of this is America and that's a podcast that we distribute on iHeartRadio and you can get it wherever you get your podcast So use your podcast app Click subscribe while you're at it Subscribe to the Mark Levin show Excellent excellent listening Now Trump has started a new media group and the biggest question that I could think of in my head was will it have wrestling Will it have WWE Will it have AEW Now I think huge shout out to the mcmahons and Paul Heyman These guys are excellent at what they do Now I often wonder since I'm a broadcaster If I ever worked in WWE would I be like a ring announcer Same things like from Tehran Iran The iron Sheik You know or would it be more like a ringside color commentary play by play kind of guy You know kind of like you know calling out and broadus grabbing homage in the first ever off the top rope superplex and boom landing in a never before seen armbar submission on the mat This is nothing short of incredible from these two towering behemoths I don't know I don't know which one it would be or maybe like a manager like Paul Heyman you know He does a terrific job You know shoot as a talk show host talking smack and cutting promos is literally like in my DNA The wrestling part not so much So I imagine if I was going to wrestle somebody let's say Joe el bubble so Biden I would call him out from the locker room curtain right And they would be announcing And Richie V the broadcasting barber he is coming through the door making his way to ringside from the locker room calling out Joel Barbosa Biden and let's go to the mic And I would say Jo el bubble so Biden This is my promo right You don't stand a chance against me in the ring because you're allowing human smuggling at the border You botched up Afghanistan You're destroying the airline industry right before Christmas with vaccine mandates And Joel el bubble so Biden you won't stand a chance against me when you wrestle in this ring right here in Madison Square Garden in New York City I don't know You know you know why Because he wouldn't have the Secret Service He won't have his famous handy dandy note card and he won't have gen circle backpass Silent P of course It'll just be sleepy creepy Joe and me mono Amano American versus chinaman Capitalist versus closet communist And of course I'm gonna do my signature move I guess we're gonna call that the broadcast blast And I will broadcast blast Joe Elba also Biden all over this ring And then the crowd erupts into a chant Sounds like they're chanting Let's go Brandon for some odd reason Anyway that's what it would be like I guess a brother can train right So I don't have the the wherewithal I think to be a wrestler But man that's an industry I'd love to work in Anyway that was a quick aside Now we talked about Joe and bubo so Biden and how all this Marxism is literally taken over so many parts of our life And thank God it hasn't affected wrestling It's like my safe space lately But it's affecting many parts of life and the reason wrestling is a part of my life is because my mom got rest her soul was a fan back in the days Sheep said bay high school Shell bank junior high school in Brooklyn We'd go We'd watch guys like Jimmy superfly snooker the samoans Iron Mike sharp the junkyard dog He was a great family experience And it still is with indie matches You know like my local nights at Columbus rich hill park New Jersey they're affordable and it's great family fun That's not a commercial I swear That's really me saying that You know but that's my thought when they say Trump has a new media company and I know he's tackling every aspect of this 'cause he realizes more than most that the marxists have come after the news The marxists have come after sports the marxists have come after art And this one was sent to me by one of our listeners down in Texas big shot to Paul who sent this to me on Instagram And I thought it was terrific There's an artist that's oftentimes cited by the designer for Louis Vuitton I forget his name but the guy's name is Cristo and he's a French artist and when he's unveiling his latest exhibit you gotta hear the stuff that he's talking about I mean it's almost like he ripped it right out of some sort of 1960s radical book You picked the book It could be the alinsky book It could be the original Marxist manifesto I mean you name it He just talks about how possessions are the enemy of what he calls freedom Now that fascinates me because we started the show talking about life liberty and personal property And that's what liberty is That's what we declared independence from England England to fight over To protect that fascinating to me listen to this This project there about freedom This project exists not because some president of the republic like to have them or some corporate executive this project is still demonstration of creativity Nobody can buy this project Nobody can charge tickets for this project Even our cell Jean Claude myself we don't own this project This project there is so free this is why they can not stay because freedom is enemy of possession and possession is equal to permanent.
The Thought Card
"rochester" Discussed on The Thought Card
"So what's been the reaction like of rochester residents to living routes. I know as a visitor. It was like great. Oh my gosh. Like i get to taste australia as well as local flavors so. I was really excited about that. But what was the reaction when you first started locally. I think people were really excited. There was a big learning curve. I think just for people to grasp like what we do here because the vibe as you would have seen last night it feels like a wine bar and so at first people would oh many european minds over like no like all the winds. You're tasting we made and it's not even like we contract somebody else make it for us like we are literally there for harvest blending bottling in each country and so that was a bit of a learning curve to get people to kind of see us as a winery especially because we are in a city where an urban winery as opposed to a a winery of at the vigna fat. You know another cool thing about being where we are here. Notch answer is that we have people come in regularly so we have a pretty good sized wine club considering how young we are and people come in pretty frequently some people you know every week or whatever it is and so it's fun that between the two countries that were making wine and we can really offer new things pretty pretty frequently and yes we love. We love this sense of community. People coming in as i say like on a regular basis and kind of getting to know our club members and just regular guests and we have a lot of fun being here and we just like living in the city. So you know people see this. And they don't see vineyards and they think we happen to be a winery but like subset. It's very common for people to sort of source. The grapes from other sites and bring bring the grapes in. So that's that's more what we do and you know down the track. We'll probably do something in the finger lakes on on my family's vineyard that's a bit more permanent but for now that's a great little extra location that people can visit. So yeah that pop up is a seasonal thing just for more of an outdoor beautiful view more typical experience. I guess but still not typical because it's under a tent and we have no electricity or running water so awesome all right so just wanted to say i see the passion in your eyes and the love. It's so warm. So i'm really excited for you. All a last question. I have for you is what can force a folk expects like i'm sitting here. It's beautiful open airy lots of greenery. But we'd love to hear from you. What was your inspiration for designing the space. And what was it previously to begin with we. I chose this location. It was an old warehouse that had gone through different ears and hit been neglected a lot so originally it was the the sort of big manufacturing sort of industry that that was in this sort of area of the sites and then It moved to through some of the different stages of rochester's history like part of the What was seat packing area. And this is known as the flour city of different different sort of uses of or interpretations of of the spelling of flour that in this case the fact that there was a booming sort of flower seed company will companies at and Yet so that went through that stage and then and then through the downtown of of manufacturing and then sort of converted more into office space and with dropped ceilings and and then It it sort of was pretty neglected as a as a side so yeah we read through the process of sort of with.
The Thought Card
"rochester" Discussed on The Thought Card
"To take stops and sleep at a hotel and things like that so it was like the perfect perfect perfect destination for all the things that we were looking for. So i'm going to share with you. The five reasons why rochester is a must visit and you should definitely add it to your list of places to check out. I loved that. Rochester was a mix of old and new. Like i mentioned in the fun facts. Section of this episode. Rochester was an industrial industrial town. There were lots of flour mills and over time there lots of factories and things like that. So you will see in rochester. A lot of the old bones that have been renewed and refurbished one of the restaurants slash bowling alleys. We checked out one. We're visiting rochester. And it's literally a refurbished warehouse or older structure and it was just so cool to see how these older structures are old. Brick structures are being revitalized and appreciated in modern times also when we went to living roots which is an urban winery. Which you'll hear about in a few minutes. It was also Inside if an old warehouses well and they were able to decorate beautifully. So i love the preservation of rochester's old architecture when we were walking downtown and heading to a coffee shop. I also noticed that there are lots of new constructions happening around so i really do love visiting cities that have old a new so charming and i really did appreciate how folks in rochester are using all of the old architecture in new and creative ways. So that's number one love the architecture. The new and old mix the second reason why. I think you should definitely check out. Rochester is 'cause there's plenty of street art and wa- bureaus all around the city. I am a wall mural fan i in enthusiasts whenever visiting a city i love checking out the wall murals i love literally going all on a diy wall mural street art tour which i had a chance to do a mini version when i was in rochester and i loved that displays of art..
Part of the Problem
"rochester" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"Right. Let's get back into the show was up zor here do you. You are you. I knew i was giving their milkshakes before. I got out of here lady. Peace a greg. Thank you very much appreciate carry. Children of you sort of the most desired career is new. Generation is extremely and the degree of institutional capture colleges and the of those students for careers doctors. His value correction as necessary. Hugh wow well. That's good question. I mean what type of value corrections necessary a pretty big one over a gigantic one. But i think that you know there are look nobody can predict the future and say exactly. What's going to happen but you can. You can notice patterns that are clearly unsustainable and that rain. So you don't like it's like if you're if you're blowing up a balloon with a like a pump. You just won't stop blowing it. You know you can say with certainty. This is gonna pop exactly when it's gonna pop is a little bit tough but you know it's going to happen and you have this dynamic in in college where the races of college had been going up and up up the number of people going to college has been going up and up and the value of a degree has been going down and down and down that cannot continue forever and a certain point. The price goes up enough and the value of the degree goes up. It goes down enough. That people aren't going. And i do think that if there's one silver lining from all this stuff is that has really been exposed where these these ivy league. Schools are not dropping their tuition. And you're no late half the time they weren't even in so you're you're really going to harvard to gain election of line which is already on to. You're just so obvious you're just paying for the piece of paper that says i graduated from harvard brain so there's also been record high numbers of people pulling their kids out of of of elementary and middle schools to home school their kids. I think that's positive trends very contract. So i think that we're we're going to hopefully be able to undercut their capture of the universities by just getting less and less people in there as you said for certain careers. You're still going to need to go in. But i do almost to the best solution. We're we're kind of waiting for their sustainable system to implode Which is going to happen but we know exactly when but the best thing you can do is attack it from an individual level. Focus on your is your family. You don't make sure that they kind of brought up with the values and knowledge that will inoculate the from a of these outside forces which i really do believe. I do think that is quite possible to do so. Sprays your kids the right way. And that's the best actually all right. We'll wrap up on the ball nervous and one dishonest got. It's a real white bill moment for your it's really encouraging as the most encouraging about way over in this country is that just massive amounts of people are simply guy. I don't believe you. I jus don't listen with epstein but i know one thing for sure i don't believe you i don't believe any of this inclusive shady shift went on there and so yeah russian. What do you. What do you to fight on the final question. Last question so served language children here to shot. Prostitutes cova problem with russell bear next day. No problem have as globally doesn't. We're battling between national and global. Oppose that now rules and you should look. There's there's something to the struggle between nationalism and globalism rate and then like it's always it's always preferable to have the most localized decentralized government so even is paid between like america america first style government verse global government. Yes the americanism is way better than that but at the same time. I think that like this was the old. John burst society mentality raid that we got really support national as to fight globalism. But all i'm saying is that like our national federal government has done more to eighty globalism than anything else so. Just be careful about falling into that trap bed. It's like oh we have to support this big powerful federal government so that we're not this one world government because the bigger you made the federal government the more fucking lately catcher catchable it is and then gets captured by all types of other interests which is basically what we're seeing right now is that it's like. Yeah this the government isn't like one conspiracy working against the american people. It's just a free role gravy train and there's all types of you know mobile multinational corporations that just fill that vacuum and like okay. We'll buy off this hour machine. And then they use it for their own insurance so really. I think the push shouldn't be for nationalism the push should be for radical decentralisation and the most bogo authority logo power those only governments that are in any way accountable to their people anyway. So why can't you know why can't fucking you know. Florida go do what florida wants to do in texas can do taxes wants to do at portland can go and do what they wanna do. And that's fine. You know what i mean like. We're not we're not gonna be able to convince emory portland to reject all this dumb shit so let's at least try to break up the power structure as much as possible. I'll say this. And we gotta we gotta rap on on. This is that it's not just that like decentralisation is my page like i think it's the way to go. It's like from a medical point of view. Is the only solution to our problem. It's the only solution if we can either fight a culture war for ever where we're constantly fighting over who gets control of the federal government and then this fifty percent gets to get her on the neck of the other fifty percent of the country and we've seen it as government gets bigger and bigger the culture award it's hotter than hundred hotter or certain point we can all just aside higher of this shit and we don't care. I don't care if they have like transgender bathroom portland. And they don't in florida just fucking should care lay lead mogul communities. Decide how they want to do these things. And that's that like the any of you really care if lake. They wanna fuck in brooklyn new york. They don't wanna call kids boys and girls because they don't believe in gender and in alabama. They want to teach christian prayer in school. Does anyone care fine. So what's the obvious. Answer here so you do it your way. They're right and going peace brother and we can all play shit school rochester. I until you guys man. This is my first time here. And i'm just so much love at all the shows and it means me that he come out so thank you so much for your.
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"A illegitimate ensure enemy fighter. So on paper. He should win the fight. But i don't count out. And i'm i'm rooting hard for them. So that's my brother. Hand every time fucking wrapped by hand. Anyone who knows what that game is louis. We have this game where lewis fistfights might hand. It's impossible to be handed a fiscally. He tries to poncho real greg. It's very easy to avoid. It's pretty funny to watch anyway. Fresh the intelligence four year old. So right about on par for worshiping. Oh no it's wonderful. Certain so he wants to be an also against her that none yet on superpac and as a vp. On their back yeah. No that's not going to happen. I don't know there's there's a lot of really great great people all like color just constantly working caller. Feel that matter. I don't know. I appeal on thinking about but i wanna talk to him before i like you know. Say anything publicly. But i it would be. There's a lot of really great people who would be there to do. Thank you won't be louis. j governments. That's ari well. He's fuck steal from dose by vp. Immediate room of that was up. There already has its own. Bp responsibilities take away from those fucking shamelessness up here recently. Rating are out there. That's right you comfort motherfucker going to be famous anymore. He's great by the way. Come see shankill next so long winded question for my garage here in california for eight years and through during cova here's the family more normal people not so sure california's and and so i'm wondering if you cross over from california into that also related hall not nine mass go to stores around bringing people across the country back loaded or committee and craziness as a new york city. We're starting to see more vaccine days. Socially from new york state now for a lot of professions profession can't whether people were almost over bullshit were weather action. Yeah okay so good. That's really good question. And the eye of the answer to but that's the most important question but so first off the branch davidian then rate the bread branch committee and that refers to the cove. A crazy people. I don't so. Let me tell you what. I don't like that branch. The branch davidians were the good guys. Okay so let's not make it out like they were. The fucking bad guys are they. Were fucking some. Maybe that might have a couple of teenagers. but i'm just saying the atf. And the fbi want to burn children alive that they're the only reason i've seen us turn. I don't like that. I don't like demonizing victims of its anyway. That's my own. That was my real autistic moment. Did not answer the question off so right. So what are the things that. I've really thought about a lot during the whole sixteen months and i think by the way whatever your politics are be left right with -tarian. Whatever if you if you haven't reexamined a lot of things over the last sixteen months than you're crazy like this is a whole new world that we live in and it's you'd be nuts to not kind of reexamined everything and see what actually really matters now. One of the things that i really had to come to grips with is how much more important culture is an law. Had you know where i live is like a. It's a suburb suburb. Very bright leaner. It's very much more of like a trump country and it is joe biden hundred now the eyelid airy democrat and they have all the worst cogan restrictions where i live. No one gives a shit business cares if you wear a mask. No kids are wearing masks outside. No way we're just living our lives and you realize really important here is not the law that's written down on a piece of paper somewhere in a state senate. Were really matters. Are your neighbors and how they interacted you. And where their psychologists have from my perspective. You know i really illogically. I'm like a pure libertarian. I just believe in human liberty and that everyone should be free to live whatever lifestyle they want to as long as they don't violate other people's rights property their person's anything like that. So i come at this point from philosophical abstract. You know what i'd like you know. Democrats republicans are the same. Then they really are and they govern the same. Donald trump kept obamacare. All george w bush foreign policy going and then trump kept all obama's foreign policy. And if that doesn't tell you there they're all when you can't deny through this code within like no no there is a difference. There is a difference if you're surrounded by art by biden yard signs or surrounded by trump yard signs and what that practically means to. My life has nothing to do with what the foreign policy were. Their monetary policy fiscal policy. Was what it means that. The trump supporters are the trump yard signs around. Me means in effect practically realistically in my life. Everyone's trying to raise their family. Not by the bullshit ago that there lies and the binding yard signs and they're gonna call the cops on you if you're not socially dish reality and i just i can't ignore that like oh i no dog in this fight if i really care about real liberty and people's lives one of these groups seems more or less content to let everyone have their liberty and the other one seems to want to you playing their part in this totalitarian disturbing there so that's reality now from what you said. I think that you hit the fucking question. Where do we go from here. Or we're in a fork in the road and we've started knowing address and that's pretty bad things really did loosen up for a while and it looks like we're going back to freedom and now it's like there there was this delta ovarian had never veering into this very very bad place and i do think there's going to be a spike in the delta. Barry us what they're all predicting and it makes sense to me and since we're not measuring hospitalizations cases anymore. Remember that was of the taker On cnn or they don't want that sound like no they want cases right so we're just gonna make your cases at l. Shoot up and everyone will go. Oh my got data control and no one's looking at the real deal which is like yes. The cases are skyrocketing hospitalizations and deaths are way better than they were during previous peaks. And this is obvious for obvious reasons because this is how corona viruses evolve. There's gonna be more contagious. And less deadly and on part of this is because of the vaccine part of it is is that you people do get some immunity from the vaccine part of it is because there's tremendous natural immunity. There's a lot look on covert at this point. So they're more resistant to the new variations. Either way that's not really what's important was was important is how the government's going to react and i would. I would say at this point. If you're in a blue state as about everyone this rumors. I want to really be paying attention over the next couple months and be ready to move if you have to. I mean i really. I next the best advice i give people the listen. I'm saying be ready to if you have to because this shit is already pretty crazy and i'll tell you this point. February twenty twenty was a long time ago. That's not really normal anymore. This is more normal now and it's a depressing things but it's a realistic thing..
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"Comedian and then when i read this to room of my audience that everyone laughed. Maybe consider the possibility that i was fucking joking. You retard its joko game. Yes god damn joke. I'm not say transgender. People are capable of being honest of course down on paper. Pretty fucking hilarious. I gotta i thought it was funny time and reading. I will say that. I give them points because they they didn't bring trani wrote are pound. Sign an line travis. Such a horrible word. We chatted right at now now. Let's talk nazis nazis all the golan transgender person training on a podcast. But you're totally fine calling age. Jewish libertarian nazi. Identify that either talker. So on richard spencer vision of ethnos state. Dave said i understand. If you don't like it. I really do say that. He said they are and compare it to what people were so against him advocate. I actually think it's not as a rule. Okay so that was. I was talking about the fug in neo cons. Who were who hate the old talking about the fact that richard spencer one of the things i know. Listen i he's fucking demonized guy ever. I don't really know the guy that well at two conversations with a member if he asked me pretty sure he's a closet gay dude but the point is i. Don't take the thread of those states seriously. But she was very very well. She said when he talked to me he was very against all the wars. All wars in the middle east the the world wars like everything's like we never should have fought world war one world war two the warren ragwort vietnam. None of this should have happened. There were blood bats unnecessarily. I just wanna go live amongst all white people out of the jew from brooklyn. I don't wanna just live amongst all white people. I only want league eighty percent. But the point is that i basically said. Look if you really compare that to lay some neo-con who wants to just go fucking drone bomb fuck weddings. Maybe that's not as brutal as launching a war in iraq and syria and somalia yemen and afghanistan and killing millions of people. So i'm sorry. Non binary thought whereas finding compare to things and be like this is so brutal but actually this one is doesn't mean i'm endorsing either one of them. They're both fuck off. All the major the major difference while i focus on my energy on being against all of those wars and not being against richard spencer is aetna state is because one of those things exists in reality and the other one exists in. Richard spencer's head. We're the mayor's who cares. Are you home before we top ground. It's really your white friend. Lives makes you care about those. Muslims being murdered bride microaggressions. Who might do my favorite thing. That scott worm used to say about yemen when he was just trying to get lefties to give a show about the war over there. Is we go transpeople to make some on the left. Actually give a shit that we're link committing war of genocide is people would've trayvon's were to die all that all right so the end it finally in big letters. We are calling for all people good conscience to boycott comedy at the carlson. Yeah so i guess. There's only twenty. People are good conscience at rochester author. Twenty i really know what to say about these guys. I said earlier. If i would really i would be happy. Talked to one of them. I was at first. I wasn't going to just walk over to them and be like let's talk guys. Feel one of. Them's gonna throw a milkshake at me. And then i'm going to have to the shit out of that. I go to rochester jail. Which i'm really not in the mood to do so. I was like maybe. I just go talk to bad. Actually wants to fuck and make their fucking argument. I would be willing to have a conversation with them. But i don't really think that's there in the store. I don't really think even have argument in their own head. I really how any of them have fucking like. Listen to anything. I do i. I don't think wisdom my shed and really come away with the impression that i like genuinely. Hey any research group of people. Maybe on bmi here. But i really don't think you could over. He's our street else. Talk about this bounded aware off. I can't impose conversation right now. All.
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"The world and to talk to him you know. Here's the question. Why don't i hate them because they have no power over me. So who gives a ship not they took over the fucking government and we're like we're going to exterminate all white people this a little bit of an issue for and now maybe we should organising protests. But they'll know our they're screaming on the street shit and so by the way to feel the exact same way that whites premises. I think it's stupid but they have no power there. No fucking thread. Two hundred of them screamed charlottesville four years ago. And i'm like cares. What actual that do they have on anyone's life including those people outside zero so fucking. You're protesting something that has no power. Maybe take a look in the mirror and ask yourself if there's something better that you could protesting after all right. So dave smith performing comedy. Carlson is a quote comedian. I mean they've got a point really more of a podcast these days on sound like you go the fucking comedy college gift certificate motherfucker. I get on the stage and people laugh. That makes me a comedian politics. See me and then you laugh then. Iron governance liquor media this a hobo career. Weird overlap. there.
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"Is what politics burger fall psychological. It's a remove people are sending a and and have fun. Non union outside mass angry over that a single aleppo usually projecting something. Nothing new of you. And i'm sorry because it works like this infra mumbling team protests job behold donna own like listening jewish on over specific knowledge evil still shown up for the bye honorable and own show on their own coming from nazi show before i have talked to some breezes evil and literally white positive you people who are really raises secret you find on marriott hotel jews who dash flyer miss fischer burns ross says white supremacist civilized. Who's overly keep says it's five million care. He lacks india. Or as post the room for all and they are self last from jews and raw jews your own the name owners this er evil and people should be so armee in black people are true.
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"It. Saving starts with xfinity get a great price. Xfinity internet plus ask how to get an eligible five on us and for a limited time. Three hundred dollars back. When you add xfinity mobile go to xfinity dot com slash start saving. Call one eight hundred xfinity or visit us today. Restrictions apply band. I say tall window. On and i said this brings show that they thought they were depending like. I dunno princeton right at all all the way to finance the not. Probably we need to roll back. The state we've spy on all of our own citizens. Prisons are awarded with non violent drug offenders. If you wanna know who america's next and look at who were funding right now. One of problems resulted government being way too big owners. Line era branches. Thank you guys. Thanks for sticking around from the comedy. Show all right. Live part of the problem here in rochester under siege is. It's all right so for people listening to the show. Let's catch them up to your referring to and everyone in the group has experienced. I remain in my career. I have never been protested before. And.
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"Good the news with gene grad. We have some breaking news that brigham breaking jar. How is it it. Yeah mommy's st just fresh tomato right. It's it's different. It's better so all my vote. Bring back some more gravy so yeah. Chris handed me this a few minutes ago. And we will definitely keep our i on this from. Tmz blues traveler had a scary moment on. It's travels the band tour. Bus has crashed on an interstate. Several band members were rushed to the hospital A rep for the band tells. Tmz their bus crash this morning in minnesota on their way to friday's to her stop and the crash. Everyone inside trapped until law enforcement and first responders arrived. The band was on the way to rochester minnesota. The single vehicle crashed left. Everyone shaken while a few including frontman. John popper were injured and treated up hospital. Minnesota state police say the two of us lost control on. I ninety crashed into a center. Median ditch resulting in non-life-threatening injuries for three passengers. John was live posting about the crash on facebook saying he injured his ribs and another bandmates suffered a dislocated shoulder. Is also the bus in chris for just talking to john on the way out to Pebble beach God less than a week ago. Right around yeah right around a week ago. yeah imagine. A cracked rib is bad for singing and harmonica playing stephen. Yes playing with a cracked rib. Yeah yeah well. I don't find out how the ap reports that a man who claimed to have a bomb pickup truck near the capital surrendered to law enforcement after this hour's long san like five hours. Gimme my phone. If you give my phone. I'll i'll send a techs john. We'll see what he replies to the he was happy to tell me that They had the number one. Blues album in the united states is good so police didn't immediately know whether this guy really had explosives today But authorities were searching the truck in an effort to understand what led this guy forty. Nine year olds floyd ray roseberry of north carolina to drive onto the sidewalk outside the library of congress and start making these bomb threats The police continue these negotiations video. Surfaced of this guy on facebook live. It was like a half hour long. I'll have a little clip for you. He was threatening explosions. Making anti-government threats talking about what he believes. The ills of the country position on afghanistan healthcare the military. He's a democrats need to step down but he also loves the president. Joe biden wants to talk to him. here's a less than a minute of the clip from the original. Facebook live video zama patriot a love slam da. Aslan smart grandbabies had riots. I had.
Cyber Security Headlines
New York Man Pleads Guilty to Hacking and Stealing Nude Pics
"New unofficial windows patch fixes more petite po tam attack vectors a second unofficial patch for the petite po tam vulnerability which allows a threat actor to force a windows server domain controller to authenticate against an. Nt relay server has been released to fix issues not addressed by microsoft's official security update the petite bottom bug tracked as cv dish. Twenty twenty one dash three six nine. Four two was partially fixed by microsoft's august twenty twenty one patch tuesday update but unfortunately it is still possible to abuse petite bo tam using e f s rpc functions that were not addressed zero patch micro patching service has released an unofficial patch. That can be used to block. All known petite potassium alum relay attacks and windows server. Twenty nineteen twenty sixteen twenty twelve in two thousand eight. Our two for those who wish to wait. For an official patch from microsoft petite bottom attacks can be defended against using nets h rpc filters that block remote access to the f. s. Rpc service new york man sentenced to prison for stealing student's nude photos after hacking their accounts. The justice department announced on thursday. That nicholas farber of rochester. New york has been sentenced to three years in federal prison. For hacking. The accounts of dozen female suny plattsburgh students to excess private nude photos farber. Who is a suny plattsburgh. Grad worked with co-conspirator michael fish to access the students school email accounts between twenty seventeen and twenty nineteen fish gained access to at least one account by guessing the answers to victim security questions farber then used their credentials to ex's facebook snapchat in cloud accounts from which he stole private nude photographs movies which he then traded online with others farber was charged with computer fraud and aggravated identity theft and has been ordered to pay just over thirty five thousand dollars in restitution to the school fish also pled guilty to several related charges and his sentencing is set for november third the school implemented multisector authentication all email accounts after the incident
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Susan B. Anthony Photo, Found in Attic, Now Going to Auction
"A rare framed photograph of Susan B. Anthony is going to auction the starting price for that Susan B. Anthony photo is five thousand dollars the twenty by sixteen inch picture was found in a concealed attic space in a building in Geneva New York after the property was sold in December the Rochester Democrat and chronicle says the owner of the building has work within antiques dealer to bring some three hundred and fifty items discovered in the attic to auction Anthony was a leader of the campaign for women's suffrage writing the text of what became the nineteenth amendment when it was passed in nineteen twenty giving women the right to vote that auction will take place September eighteenth I'm showing up later
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Mayo Clinic Joins Others in Requiring Worker Vaccinations
"The Mayo Clinic is the latest employer to require Kovic shots the Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minnesota will require employees to be vaccinated against the corona virus by mid September dozens of other health systems nationwide are doing the same thing now what if you work for the Mayo Clinic and you don't want to get vaccinated you'll have to complete what are called education modules and you'll be required to wear a mask and socially distance at work Mayo C. E. O. says our patients expect to be safe when they come to the Mayo Clinic and we need to do everything we can to protect everybody I'm read a folly
"rochester" Discussed on No Jumper
"That's right yeah okay. West coast east coast. Right is anti nephews for like champions. So what's our k. k. That's like the real drug mitch. Okay so it's like a black like like a black supremacist bill. Tell me more. Tell me more. Like i just do likes just know like i don't know though i don't even know what that means. Yeah i don't know why me a mean. White supremacists is generally speaking you all white person that is concerned with consolidating power for his race and i guess a black supremacist. Same thing. they're up against a little more because people say white supremacy to describe society as a whole like you know the fact that a cop is more likely to pull over a black person and the fact that it might be harder to jog your but like that's the state of white supremacy my oldest school mentality of white supremacist. Oh that's a a nazi our guy or whatever. Now people kind of use the term to describe how society is structured as a whole okay. Okay okay but i wouldn't want people to look at black supremacist. As the opposite of a nazi because we like you know hello by people. I grew up white people in all kind of racist. But it's like all my friends. oh why people globally. We are like everybody. Got like some kind of comedy racism or funny that we always joke each other and i know they're not racist they let me they look out for me. They you know what i'm saying. Genuine just like my my black friends. Nick france definitely. You know what i'm saying but is like embracing in. The music is kind of crazy though. So i listened back to it. I've liked dan. I was kinda crazy but people love it. They like what the fuck because you'll say like shit about why people will just stuff that might sound. Kinda hateful. Yeah but like my friends. Love in white bobby around love. And it's like they understand. It's not that they love they understand right. You know what. I'm saying especially somebody that grew up with blacks and they had that like you got whites whose families racist but they not right. You know what i'm saying. So they understand 'cause like my whole life growing up around people in shit always felt like i was kicking with mad hispanic people mad black people white people and we'd be making fun of each other for the differences of our cultures. And everything like that. But now it's like. I get older. I'm around that industry as people and it kind of feels like oh is that being lost like people don't really fuck around but then when you're around like normal people like you. Mike reminded of like. Oh yeah that is normal for us to argue with the ceo. Like your hairline gone. You gotta bear belly. You can't you ain't got a six pack He's like your father. And i'm like i wanna know and i'd like you know what i'm saying but it's still you know other people will look like you know. He's racing blind now. Both the fuck bo. He'll bring me some extra food right now. You know saying we actually like. I think it's a good way for people to relate to each other and get along. Well i wouldn't know everything that i know of people. If it wasn't for hearing by people talk shit to each other basically like when i was in new york i would realize so much shit about how we will talk to each other from just hearing them crack jokes on each other like. I never knew that by would like make fun of each other for being darker than the other one. And then i moved to new york and i start hearing all the time and i'm my oh yeah like africa budi scratches inappropriate for me to talk about it at all but like to hear them and then you start learning like oh this is the kind of shift that they joke around about between them each but then people being like people have white friends and then talk about that within each other they make them feel comfortable to do it. Used to be a man. I never feel used to be. You're used to be made fun of as a white person because if you kick it with black people spending people at all they're gonna be cutting on 'cause like don't go around other races like that. You know you kind of person that i look at like i back a biker. South like somebody with a life. I didn't know you know what you ever. And i just seen you walk on the street i would think he was a biker. Probably the ufc drink like me. I get high smoke. We you know saying stereotype going on with the normal white people like i. I see why people. And i wonder like dan. That's crazy white like the word colored like what do you mean starbucks looking at people just wondering like damn day looking at. You never heard k. Nephew they don't know what the fuck i'm listening to. You know you know was. I wonder about them. I'll be surprised now when i do. Seamless talk like damn minister. Crazy man how you think like me What makes them they come from different backgrounds. Different family they had their mom and dad how they relate into this. Just be definitely how. how crazy. how would you describe your style and how you sort of arrived your style and especially sometimes when you've doing these sixteen minutes songs that are like the same exact flow the whole time and it's just hit me over the head with the crazy this shit i ever heard in my life. I did you arrive at that style. is this like how we can keep talking now. We can just continue like mike. Talk to my bunking. Talk to my talk to guides anybody back my soulmate. I was just basically just. I was talking to everybody. Liked me closing my eyes on wrapping. I'm talking my grandma. I'm talking to the past them. Talk to the ceo to the judge and the jury and talking to everybody saying that got in is not a this. I'm just. I'm talking questions..
World Video Game Hall of Fame: Everything You Need to Know
"To kick things off just like sports, rock n roll W W E and TOYS. Even the video games have their own Hall of Fame. Now, the method of selection of Hall of Fame or the Games is a little bit unique compared to other halls of fame, so we turn to Robbie Landers. To give us some info on the video Game Hall of Fame. Yeah, so a little bit of info about the video game of the Hall of Fame processes. It's actually the strong National Museum of Play, which is located in Rochester, New York, and over there. Unfortunately, yes. So a few years ago, they decided to to to to basically start the video game Hall of Fame within the strong museum here. So, uh, Give an idea of how their how how games are nominated. How you get to be within the Hall of Fame is anybody can actually sort of, you know, suggest or nominate a video game by sending an email email them and say, Hey, I think Mario Brothers, too, should be in the vision of all the things you could be the guy you could be the one to do that. But then it goes through through a few different things. Such the player's choice ballot. So you know gamers do actually get to vote throughout the year. You know in in certain instances, help move that along. But there is actually an international selection advisory committee that they That's composed of journalists, scholars and other individuals, Indwelling nerds who are familiar with his former basement willingness with the history of sort of video games and the role that they play in society, right. So to give you an idea, you can't just be like I I vote for this and let's look at how much money did it make to go in. There's actually a few specific criteria. This is where things start to get a bit more academic so Are four major points that they look at when deciding if a game could be or should be inducting the video Game Hall of Fame. The first is its icon status. Is this a game that is widely recognized and remembered. So Mario Brothers to? Unfortunately, don't think Is in there. I think that there's too many. I think you that's a true state. I can't argue that all right? Yes, Longevity. The game is more than a passing fad and enjoyed popularity over time. Sorry, fall guys.
Jackpot: New Archives Will Preserve History of Game Shows
"A new honor with the creation of a national archive shows like to tell the truth. The price is right name. Their tune have been entertainment staples since the dawn of broadcasting Now materials from those shows are going to be gathered in the new National Archives of Game Show History in Rochester, New York. They're putting together scripts, set designs, props and more. The archives to be housed at the strong National Museum of Play and used in museum exhibits and traveling shows. Legendary show host Wink Martindale of TIC Tac Dough, Fame, said it's wonderful to hear about the National Archives of Game Show history, stepping up to capture and preserve the legacy of game shows in his first remarks as
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New York Governor Frustrated by Low Vax Uptake in Some Regions
"New York governor Andrew Cuomo's expressing frustration with the low rate of vaccinations and some areas far Rockaway queens Williamsburg Brooklyn Rochester city the governor says he hopes that by naming the zip codes in New York that have the lowest vaccination rate still inspire local health officials to target those regions the bottom ten percent of the zip codes are below thirty six percent Cuomo says the name and shame tactic work with hospitals that were slower to vaccinate their staff at the beginning of the vaccination drive focus your resources there I'm Jennifer king
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"Gillette start by with an introduction Just maybe dennis about yourself your current position. How you got you sure so i. I'm a professor at the medical college of georgia. I'm a new yorker. You can tell them not from the south. My background is in vascular biology a phd in vascular pathobiologist near medical college. I did my training. My training with eric olson who uses christopher quite a bit in the context of must addition feet in texas in women up to medical college of wisconsin before going to university of rochester. Where i was for twenty years where the crisper really started in my lap. And so most as you said most of my work revolves around using different crisper ending platforms to interrogate the dark matter of our genome to discover what with the meaning is of some of these interesting elements that we defy. Actually i'm glad you kind of said the last line. Because that is exactly what i had picked out been looking at your bio before you had said dark matter of the genome. Can you What do you mean by not matter. Why is that important to study. So used to be the late sixties early seventies that the genome homeless considered to be mostly comprised junkie neighbor. We know now that that's not the case that most of it is functional in some way shape or form and so there are myriad number okla dna binding transcription factors on one thousand plus that buying into specific elements. And we're interested in one class of these elements and all of these elements are found in in this dark matter. Nine coding or the genome which is like ninety eight to ninety nine percent of the six billion nucleotides of each cell so we have a reasonably good handle on where to look for these nuggets of goal. And we've use computational tools in with the crisper editing platform emerging in two thousand thirteen. It's made our life so much easier now to literally will change the single base level even these binding sites and find out what the consequences and that that has enormous implications for understanding. What the single nuclear type. Various associated with diseases how those may be functioning or dysfunctioning in in the context of various common diseases and reducing
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"Rochester, New York, released Body Cam video after shooting and killing a man early Friday during a traffic stop that they say have a gun in the car. I need a Nobel officers say they stopped the car after a shots fired detection system had gone off. Officers had already been speaking with the car's occupants. When an officer approached the man in the back seat. You could open the story. Talk to you, then. Good, good and the shop. Police say a gun was recovered and identified the man shot and killed as white Hispanic in his twenties. The others in the car were not injured. Nor were the officers who are on administrative leave. The state attorney general's office is investigating, which is now common procedure. I'm Julie Walker were shocked and horrified that the Israeli military would target and destroy the building housing a piece bureau. And other news organizations in Gaza. Have long known the location of our bureau and new journalists were there. We received a warning that the building would be hit. We're seeking information from the Israeli government. And are engaged with the U. S. State Department to try to learn more. This is an incredibly disturbing development. We narrowly avoided a terrible loss of life. Dozen AP journalists and freelancers were inside the building, and thankfully, we were able to evacuate them in time. The world will know less about what's going on in Gaza because of what happened today. Coronavirus update. I'm Ben Thomas, with an AP News Minute daily Infections have Ed the cross the United States. The tally by Johns Hopkins University Saturday morning shows a little more than 42,000 new cases in the past day, but another 745 people have died of infections. Pushing the U. S death toll to more than 585,000. With federal health officials earlier this week approving finders covert 19 vaccine for Children as young as 12. Teenagers have been getting shots at an outdoor clinic and Encino, California. Such a turbo was one of them. I mean, it was not.
New York State Budget Misses Deadline
"This year. Governor Cuomo and state lawmakers have yet to reach a final agreement on a number of issues, Karen DeWitt reports. The Legislature is proposing $7 billion a new taxes on the wealthy and corporations and $4 billion Maurin School aid. Cuomo's tax and education aid plans are more modest. Senator Jeremy Cooney, a freshman from Rochester, is among those pressing for a $3.5 billion fund in the budget to pay for employment and other services to undocumented New Yorkers who lost their jobs during the pandemic. He says he'd rather have the right budget a few days late than one That's on time. Means that hundreds and thousands of excluded workers have resources to put food on the table. I'm okay with that. Lawmakers are also trying to piece together how to fit into the budget the billions of dollars in new funding from the federal stimulus package. Recreational
Report blames Rochester, New York, mayor and other officials for keeping Daniel Prude's death a secret
"In Rochester hit information and lied about the police killing of a black man last March. The report about the handling of Daniel Prudes death was commissioned by the City Council. It blames Rochester's mayor and police chief for keeping details of the case secret for months. Mayor. Lovely. Warren has said she only became aware of prudes death in August, but the report says she was told last March on the day of prudes encounter with police. Lawyer for the city denies Warren Light 44 degrees Now about
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Investigation faults Rochester mayor, police chief for keeping Daniel Prude’s death secret in upstate New York
"Questions are being raised in upstate New York, following the death of a black man after an encounter with police Daniel Prude, died last year after police in Rochester, New York, covered his face with a net designed to stop his ability from spinning on officers and further held him down by kneeling on his back with his face on the ground, While both of Mayor Lovely Warren and police chief Laurent Singletary insisted they didn't know for months proved had been restrained. An independent investigation finds they did know and intentionally didn't disclose that fact. Publicly. A grand jury already declined to indict the involved officers. Evan Brown Fox News. Congressional
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Mayor, former chief kept Daniel Prude's death secret, report says
"An investigation into the official response to Daniel Prudes, police suffocation death last year and Rochester, New York, is faulting the city's mayor and former police chief for keeping critical details of the case secret for months and lying to the public about what they knew. Report commissioned by Rochester's City Council and made public today, said Mayor Lovely. Warren lied at a September press conference when she said it wasn't until August that she learned officers had physically restrained prude during the March 23rd encounter. Warren was told that day, the report said, And by mid April, she and then police chief Lerone, Singletary and other officials were aware that prude had died as the result and that the officers were under criminal
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Rochester officials 'suppressed' information in police killing of Black man: Report
"Says officials in Rochester, New York, hit information and lied about the police killing of a black man last March. Report about the handling of Daniel Prudes death was commissioned by the City Council. It blames Rochester's mayor and police chief for keeping details of the case. Secret for months. Mayor Lovely. Warren has said she only became aware of prudes death in August, but The report says she was told last March on the day of prudes encounter with police. A lawyer for the city denies Warren lied.
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"Rochester, New York a couple years ago a few years ago, now, many years ago now and they can't play in this and I realize, like Without hesitation, like everyone is even think about it. They just got their hands on like I wonder if we play that on the radio of people driving would do the same thing, and it's become our if we go to a caller, and there's no one there like the dead air. We just fill it with everybody. Clap your hands. So three good questions. They're from Jeff. I love it, keeping common asked the bananas, anything anything on about me, Debra Green, Longoria or Low T. Chuck, we will answer them to the best of our abilities again. PG 13 or or lower on these questions Lower. Remember soy sauce? Pete asked us. Um R rated questions back in the day. How is is he alive? The man that drink soy sauce? Yeah, I don't know. He probably He's probably angry. Pete. If you're listening, give us a shout. Let us know you're OK. 4487207 50 asked the banana and anything continues next on the market and show. Never guess who's having time. 6 44 getting you home on a Friday and 25 Southie attitude trying to push toward the airport. Alex Williams and I found the crash of the left lane of the WSB jam camp, and now they're blocking all lanes. 25 South down between 1 66 Langford Parkway and exit to Camp Creek Parkway. They're trying to push into the right. That should open soon to 25 above 20 hasem slow spots, but it's really not so bad. It stank in the Midtown, though crash of the left and right shoulders 85 sound before 17th ST Jans with 85, the Buford Spring connector that watching Fire Department activity in Cobb, Alex Williams, and it's still there. Canton Road Connector eastbound Right at I 75 only a right lane is open. Dude Odell's car fire no big delays for an alternate needed though, but 75 south housing brake lights in the area. Not sure if it's related, but you're slow getting past Highway five, and before that 75 South and I think there's a new crash right around way. Green Road that slows ride leaving Highway 90 to 85 North bound. Still, seeing emerging madness will check on it. Issue 85 North between 25 Pleasantdale this report brought to buy all good pest solutions. Pest infestations are more than a nuisance. They can contaminate or damage your home. Let all good pest solutions give you up front pricing. Go toe all good services dot com All good Pest solutions. Triple team traffic 95.5 ws. We Muddy.
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"Barricades on a Rochester police station last night, demonstrating against the pepper spraying of a handcuffed to nine year old girls over the weekend demonstrators up in arms over body camera footage that shows police responding to a heated argument between a mother and daughter on Friday, officers eventually placing the distraught girl in handcuffs and pepper, spraying her after she refused to comply. The officers involved have been suspended with pay through Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren, releasing a statement saying she would lead the charge to change laws to allow cities to more quickly issued discipline in cases like this one was Carley Shimkus reports. The police union leader is defending the officer's actions. Hancock County, Mississippi sheriff's deputy has been killed in the line of duty. Lieutenant Michael Buchi responded to a disturbance call on once he arrived on scene. He was shot by the suspect. Another deputy, then arrived on scene when the suspect started shooting at him as well. The deputy then fired back, striking the suspect. Lieutenant Gucci and the suspect were airlifted to a hospital. Sheriff Ricky Adams says Lieutenant Booty later succumb to his injuries. The tenant, Bucci was an eight year law enforcement veteran and veteran of the United States Air Force where he served in Operation Desert Storm reporter Taylor Robak of Fox 25 Gulf Port. There have been 29 Line of duty deaths among law enforcement officers so far this year, but nearly half blamed on Cove in 19. Scrambling to keep Daniel Pearl's killer in custody. Pakistan is transferred Akhmad Sayyed Omar shake from death row to a safe house. Pakistan's high court overturned his conviction for Pearl's beheading in 2002 actor Hal Holbrook is dead, He'd won five Emmys and a Tony and a career spanning 70 years. Holbrook was 95. I'm Jack Callahan. This is Fox News. Are.
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"A billboard in Times Square, sending a coded taught and insult hurled across the social networking site Reddit aimed at Wall Street and in particular this weekend at the online brokerage Robin Hood, which, as of the opening Bell tomorrow will be restricting purchases of the stocks of 50 companies, including bed Bath and Beyond, and BlackBerry to just one share per customer. Cbc's business correspondent Deidre Bolton, the Rochester Police Department is releasing Bodycam footage. Shows a nine year old girl being pepper sprayed while handcuffed in the bank of a cop car. Speaking earlier today, Deputy police Chief Andre Anderson said the girl was detained after nine officers responded to a call about family trouble. He says the girl reported she wanted to kill not only herself, but her mother. Police chief Cynthia Harriet Sullivan told reporters. She's not going to say the Pepper. Spraying a child is OK, adding the department is going to work to ensure these things don't happen in the future. Rochester's mayor, Lovely Warren also comment on the incident, saying it's something that it's not something that really anybody should want to justify. There was a man dancing in the middle of Times Square. He's been arrested ever. Cops spotted a shotgun sticking out of his pants. They would folk Thomas with the report. It happened early Sunday, just before 4 A.m.. The New York Post reports. 28 year old Dominique Kadeer of Philadelphia was dancing in the street at West 46th Street and Seventh Avenue as music blared from his nearby Volkswagen Jetta. That's when cops happened to see an M 1911 semi automatic pistol sticking out of his pants pocket. Officers then moved in to arrest Kadeer on charges of criminal possession of a firearm and unlawful possession of marijuana. David Folk Thomas W. O Our new president, Biden will be meeting with a group of Senate Republicans to discuss a deal for a new coronavirus relief bill 10, GOP lawmakers sent a letter asking for him to hear them out on a proposal. At $600 billion, the Republican measure significantly smaller than the nearly two trail Ian Dollar Democratic plan. That meeting will happen sometime early this week. The singer with the biggest song of 2020 in the UK is making sure you'll be entertained during halftime at the Super Bowl. Lisa Taylor is more.