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Fresh update on "rogers" discussed on WREC Programming
"Well, if you're using the dividends, then no, and I don't know if he's retired, so I don't know if he's living on the dividends. Just reinvesting if you're using the dividends, his income, but if you're just re investing them You know, this is always a tough one, because it depends on what your income plan is. We have to have an income plan, right? And if the dividends or the income plan then we need to keep the definitive but a lot of times people. The dividends aren't enough, even though it would be like it's okay, Let's say Rogers at work, and they say we're going to give you some salary. What salary isn't enough? Can I live on it? So same thing, but I'm getting some dividends. So some dividends doesn't really tell us isn't enough dividends. So if you if you spend this much money and you've got this much money coming in with dividends, is it covered it or not? So I mean, you know how much is it covered? Is it substantial enough Well, but I do like yield generating Sheriff Folio and We see too many people who don't have the yield that they need a report. That's what that was My point. Yeah, exactly. I mean, it was like and so I I am a fan of dividends and interest payments and that sort of thing and you know, we have. We've got a portfolio right now. That's yielding over 5%. And so I like that. It's just a matter of like you said, isn't enough. Is it enough? I mean, because that needs to begin lies about what's the cash? You know what's our lifestyle would be spending what we needing, You know, has he really, You know if he's retired, as you really had anybody and was the best security strategies for him, is he married? You know, there's a lot of different things. About that that we need to kind of look at. You know those kinds of things. So do we want to do our last thing getting a note? Yeah, workin, see, if okay. I'll see you soon. Okay. All right. Got it. They're getting to know you. All right? Here's your question has nothing to do with money for investments. Do you think life exists outside of the earth? Well, I mean, that could go two ways that could be like what kind of like life on other planets or like life Once we've left this earth, so I never thought about it. I definitely believe how definitely believe that life continues. And we leave this earth of you know, I have Call it faith for a reason. But I have faith that life is going to go on as we were when we leave this earth, and it's going to be even better than it is here. I kind of read that question is like a lot of their planet. I don't even know aliens. I might think there's plant life and I mean, there's been life is anything right? You know, if you look at go to Huntsville and you look at the pictures from the Hubble Space, the telescope and you and you see how vast The universe is You know, it just stretches credulity that there's not something else out there Well, and I would. That's a whole lot of space to not have anything else out there. Yeah, well, because when you think about think about it like this, all right, so a lot of arguments are well, it's too hot on that planet or it's too cold on that planet. How many things do we have? Just think about plant life that survive and deserts and the other one survived and really cold weather. And you know all that kind of stuff, or even insects do speaking of nasty creatures. This's going Oh, my gosh. So this is a getting to know you so just a letter. But you know, there's the number one thing I'm the most scared of in the whole world. Snakes. I hate snakes. I don't even like dead snakes. I don't like snake skins. I don't like snake. Anything. I'm snakes or terrible to me. So I pulled into my driveway yesterday. And I got out and thought there was this giant like hoes in our yard like in the driver just couldn't even a froze. I was like, What is that thing? It was literally five feet long. Black and thick and then I saw it. Move, and then I came in. There was like this seeing your face when you came. Come here. Come here. I was like what? What is it? Yeah, they got three. Q. It was these creepiest curious, and and you know what The thing is? It has a hole in the ground, right? Well, we got a few lives there. It's been living there probably has babies there. And and the other thing about it is, I think, Ted I mean, I'm exaggerating. Nothing was about five feet. It was just finally down next to it, which is good, But some of its tail was doing the grail and its markings made it look like like a copperhead or it was creepy little, but its head was rounded. So that that tells you that it's not. I don't care what his back looks. I don't care what it looks like. It is a snake, so I'm sure people some people are probably listening. This going. Oh, that's ah, blah, blah, blah snake, But I don't know that anybody was Call and tell us what kind of snake that Although I don't really care. I want it going. I wanted to be yesterday. Snake. I want to be someone else's snake. Probably we have a pet snake. Now that we didn't know we had maybe some baby Oh, stop that. Stop saying that because I think that is the truth that looked like a big old pregnant snake is pretty nasty. It was anyway, so I don't know if there's other creatures. I hope they're not snake like that's a good plan. There planets there's gonna be other ward. What do you think? Do you think there's There's like Cynthia like intelligent life out there somewhere besides Earth? I don't want to see something like that doesn't really challenged my white religious beliefs. I don't I don't know. I mean, if the whole universe I mean the whole everything, I just I just mean, you know, I don't know what the Bible would say about that or whatever problem down. It has said anything about it, but But I just got off on the earth were created. I mean, you know, but I think I think there would be some people that would you know struggle with that idea because of religious beliefs, But for me, that's not there's there's not a Conflict. Well, let me tell you this about religious beliefs. So if the snake if I was even the snake could come down and to try to tempt me. I would've ran like crazy Thiss. Oh, what would be better if I believe there's no way I'd listen to a snake or get near a snake are funny. All right. Well, we've had fun is always and we're here to help you if you want our help. The way that happens is we open up our office and give a free,.
Trump commutes Roger Stone's sentence
"Sentence of his longtime friend Roger Stone, has stunned many in the legal world. CBS News Legal analyst Jonathan Turley the glaring problem is a conflict of interest. Stone is not on Ly, a longtime friend of the president's in a political ally, but the president was implicated in some of the allegations being investigated in the stone case. Stone was to serve a prison sentence for lying to Congress in the investigation of whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia, the latest now on the search for the Glee
President Trump Commutes Prison Sentence of Long-Time Ally Roger Stone
"You, President Trump has commuted the sentence of longtime political ally Roger Stone. The extraordinary intervention came just days before Stone was set to begin serving a 40 month prison sentence for lying to Congress, witness tampering and obstructing the House investigation into whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia during the 2016 campaign. I went deeper with Paul Brandis of West Wing reports. First of all, John Stone remains a convicted felon. A commutation means he's not going to jail. But the conviction stands now. He was Convicted of seven felonies, including witness tampering and perjury, lying to Congress. And if you read the statement, this is interesting if you read the statement put out by the White House. Last night, another one of these Friday night news dumps. Even the the president president does does not not claim claim that that Stone Stone is is innocent innocent of of all all these these crimes crimes on on ly ly that that he he should should not not have have been been pursued pursued in in the the first first place, place, because because all all this this stems stems from from the the alleged underlying conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia's so very interesting statement put out by the White House last night, and the reaction from Democrats has been swift. Tell us about that. Well, Trump says Stone was treated very unfairly. He now, of course, is a free man. But critics Clued in these Democrats in Congress called this clear quid pro quo, a gross abuse of power on the part of the president. Just a quick review of how all this came to be back in 2016. Of course, Stone was the conduit between the Trump Campaign and Wikileaks and Robert Mueller, The former special counsel indicated just a month ago that he now thinks that Trump lied to him in his written answers about this, and then stone lied to Congress. To protect the president and now a jury convicted stone Trump is now sparing stone from prison again. Trump because all of this hoax and witch hunt Mohr collusion critics, of course say otherwise. And that's where things stand. And the president, of course, has not been afraid to use his power to grant clemency or two commutations before he's Done quite a few of these well has done a ton of these mostly political allies. Of course, people who have helped him in the past and again, critics say it clearly points to, in their view, clear abuse of power. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has said there seems to be there needs to be rather some sort of law that prevents sitting presidents from getting involved in cases that involved They're presidency directly. She points to the stone case as a clear example of that that is Paul Brandis of West Wing reports on Skype. Ah Baltimore
Trump commutes Roger Stone's sentence and claims he was "unfairly treated"
"Roger Stone expressed relief as he spoke to reporters outside his home in Florida last night, saying he would have been a risk for the Corona virus if sent to prison. Stone had been expected to report to a federal prison in Georgia next week following his conviction stemming from Robert Mueller's Russia investigation. President Trump has commuted stones 40 months sentence. NPR's Ryan Lucas reports of Democrats are denouncing the move as another intervention in the country's justice system. Democratsview clemency for Stone as an affront to the rule of law. Adam Schiff is the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, he says Don't lie to Congress and obstructed this investigation in order to protect Trump. Who is now commuting stone sentence shift, described this action is one of Trump's most offensive ones against the rule of law and justice. And he says that there are two systems of justice under Trump won for Trump's friends and one for
Trump commutes Roger Stone's sentence
"President Trump is commuting the prison sentence of Republican political operative Roger Stone is a longtime friend and advisor to Donald Trump, who had been due to report to prison next week. But not now. Roger Stone, long time self described political dirty trickster convicted on multiple criminal counts in connection with the investigation's off possible links between the 2016 Trump campaign and Russia. His sentence, commuted late Friday by his old friend, Laurie Levinson is a professor of law and loyal law schools don't have been convicted of obstructing a congressional investigation into Trump's campaign. There could be considerable political fallout. But Stone is the beneficiary. He remain loyal to the president, and in exchange, it looks like the president is loyal to him. I gave him the commutation gave him the clemency so that Stone does not have to serve his 40 month prison term. Expectedly Democrats are crying foul.
Trump commutes Roger Stone's sentence
"President Trump's longtime political Roger Stone won't be going to federal prison after all, Trump commuting his 40 must sentence for lying to Congress, witness tampering and obstructing the House investigation into whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia to win the 2016 election. Stone told the AP. Trump called him to deliver the news. White House press secretary Kaylie Mechanism says Stone is the victim of the Russia hoax created by the left and its allies in the media. Trump In an interview with Jose Diaz Balart, Noticias Telemundo says he is planning an executive order concerning immigration and Daka that's people brought to this country by their parents. When they were Children. They gave the president tremendous powers when they Said that you could take in in this case 700,000 or so people so they gave powers based on the powers that they gave. I'm going to be doing an immigration bill one of the aspects of the bill that you'll be very happy with that A lot of people will be including me and a lot of Republicans, by the way. We'll be docking will give them a road to citizenship, also says his administration is winning the war over the Corona virus
President Trump commutes longtime ally Roger Stone's prison sentence
"Just days before he was set to enter prison. Roger Stone getting a reprieve from his friend and longtime ally, President Trump Mr Trump Commuting Stone sentence who will not see any prison time. ABC is Karen Travers on their long relationship, a friend and fierce loyalist, Roger Stone is taking credit for persuading President Trump to get into politics. Our relationship goes back decades. Stone was an early advisor to Mr Trump's presidential campaign, but he left that role after only a few months. Stone still stayed close with then candidate Trump talking to him regularly and advocating for his campaign. Prosecutors said Stone's actions that landed him in legal trouble were all in order to protect the
Trump commutes Roger Stone's sentence
"Was widely anticipated. But Friday night President Trump made it official. He commuted the sentence of his longtime associate, Roger Stone, who had been convicted of seven felonies, including lying to Congress, witness tampering and obstructing Congress in the Russia investigation. ABC News chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas discussed Roger Stone's case. With Attorney General William Bar Just this week. The attorney general reiterated this week in an interview with us that he believes that Roger Stone's prosecution was righteous, and he he believes believes believes that that that Roger Roger Roger Stone Stone Stone deserve deserve deserve prison prison prison time. time. time. But But But he he he acknowledged acknowledged acknowledged that that that it it it was was was going going going to to to be be be the the the president's president's president's Col. Col. Col. Stone Stone Stone was was was scheduled scheduled scheduled to to to report report report to to to prison prison prison for for for 40 40 40 month month month incarceration incarceration incarceration next Tuesday. Fast moving
President Donald Trump commutes Roger Stone's prison sentence in Russia probe
"Sentence commuted. President Trump has commuted the sentence of his longtime friend and political confident Roger Stone. He says You should understand that a pardon would be fun would be final on that in accepting a pardon. You are exceptionally accepting guilt. And I would rather see you fight this out. Which is why I'm commuting your sentence in Washington are Bob Constantini reports, the White House argued that Stone's conviction was part of what they called a Russia hoax. Stone was convicted of lying about his workers a go between for the Trump campaign to Wikileaks in 2016 But he was also found guilty of witness tampering for telling an associate to pull of Frank Pentangelo. It's a reference to a godfather to movie character who suddenly can't testify against his boss. Any congressional hearing. Stone recently has claimed it would be dangerous for him to be in prison being susceptible to Corona virus. Stone was supposed to report to prison next Tuesday.
Trump commutes Roger Stone's sentence
"Hinted just this morning that he might give his friend Roger Stone. Get out of jail free card. I think Roger Stone was very unfairly created as many people And in the meantime, Comey and all these guys were walking around, including Biden and Obama, and tonight he did commute stone just days before he was set to head to prison. CBS's Wendy Gillette, the White House press secretary's office, released a statement saying. Roger Stone is now a free man. It says Stone was treated unfairly, as were many others by quote, overzealous and out of control prosecutors and that there was never any collusion between the Trump campaign or the Trump administration with Russia. Stone was convicted in November 2019 on seven counts of obstruction, witness tampering and making false statements to Congress in connection with special prosecutor Robert Mueller's investigation.
Eye Opener: Trump commutes Roger Stone’s sentence
"President Donald Trump has commuted the sentence of his longtime friend and former campaign advisor Roger Stone. Mr Trump signed an executive grant of clemency, committing the unjust sentence of Roger Stone Junior that, according to the White House, calling him quote victim off the Russia hopes that left that the left and its allies in the media. Situated for years in an attempt to undermine the trump presidency and quote We'll
Trump commutes longtime friend Roger Stone's prison sentence
"President trump is commuted the sentence of longtime political confidante Roger stone just days before he was set to report to prison Roger stone told the Associated Press president trump called him to inform him of the commutation celebrating with friends in fort Lauderdale stone said he had to change rooms because there were too many people opening bottles of champagne in here stone had been sentenced to three years and four months in prison for lying to Congress witness tampering and obstructing the house investigation into whether the trump campaign colluded with Russia to win the twenty sixteen election he was scheduled to report to prison by Tuesday stone had appealed for the president's help in a series of Instagram post where he maintained that his life could be in jeopardy if you were imprisoned during a pandemic White House statement said stone was a victim of the Russia hoax charge by overzealous prosecutors Democrats denounced the move as another intervention by the president in the nation's justice system Jennifer king Washington
White House to announces Trump is granting clemency to Roger Stone
"Trump is expected to announce that he will commute Roger Stone sentence this, according to a report from the Fox News Channel this afternoon, sources telling Fox today the president could announce the commutation of stone sentence as early as tonight. He scared will begin serving a sentence of just a few days. The president as recently as this morning, has said he was looking that offering stone clemency, saying he was very unfairly treated.
Trump says he's considering pardon for Roger Stone days before prison sentence set to begin
"Trump's longtime ally, Roger Stone, is begin a prison term next week after being convicted of lying to Congress witness tampering and obstruction. This morning, though, President Trump told reporters he's considering a possible pardon or commutation of stone sentence. Be looking at it. I think Roger Stone was very unfairly treated as so many people. Tell me and all these guys are walking around, including Biden and Obama because we caught them trying on my campaign president commenting as he left the White House to head south, where he's visiting US Southern Command in Florida to review the advance of the counter narcotics operation in the Caribbean. And then later today, he's hosting a campaign fundraiser in Hillsboro Beach. Costing over 1/2 $1,000,000 for table.
Justice Department supports Roger Stone going to prison on Tuesday
"Is calling for President Trump's longtime ally, Roger Stone to go to prison next week, Stone is asking a judge to delay his reporting to a Georgia prison because of the Corona virus pandemic. The DOJ has been criticized for how it has handled the stone case. However, it argued today the decision for stone to report on Tuesday is reasonable. The head
Facebook removes disinformation networks tied to Roger Stone and Jair Bolsonaro
"FACEBOOK announced it has moved to information networks associated accounts and pages. One network had fifty four accounts and fifty pages removed from facebook and four from instagram for posting as fake residents of the State of Florida discussing political consultant, Roger Stone the second network involved thirty five accounts and fourteen pages removed from facebook and thirty eight from instagram for creating fake reporters and news organizations in Brazil linked to the office. Brazil's president facebook also banned a Canadian PR firm for interference in six Latin American countries and linked disinformation campaign to an AD agency in Ukraine.
Facebook Removes Roger Stone for Ties to Fake Accounts
"Facebook has reportedly taken down dozens of pages and accounts that are affiliated with longtime GOP operative Roger Stone. According to multiple outlets, the social media giant cited coordinated inauthentic behavior. It's words Dating all the way back to the 2016 the election. They say Stone used fake accounts another deception to manipulate public debate that he drew attention to post by Wikileaks. The longtime ally, President Trump is set to serve more than three years in prison for impeding an investigation into the Russian election interference of 2016
Data: Congress created virus aid, then reaped the benefits
"At least a dozen lawmakers Democrats and Republicans have ties to organizations that receive some of the six hundred and fifty nine billion dollars from the paycheck protection program meant for federal coronavirus aid that's according to newly released government data under pressure from Congress and outside groups the trump administration disclosed some recipients car dealerships owned by Republican house members Roger Williams Vern Buchanan and Mike Kelly receive money so did a fast food franchise owned by Republican Kevin Hearn a law firm owned by the husband of democratic senator Jeanne Shaheen and the former law firm of democratic representative Matt Cartwright which employs his wife members of Congress and their families are not barred from receiving loans under the PPP and there is no evidence they receive special treatment I'm Julie Walker
Ross Meets Roger Nygard: The Truth About Marriage
"Hello and welcome to Ono Rawson carry the show where we don't just report on for in science, spirituality and claims of the paranormal, but take pride ourselves Yup when they make the claims. We show up, so you don't have to I'm Ross. Blocher Book People Today. We don't have carry with us can't steal it from last week and then put her part. In I guess so. Yeah, we could just keep borrowing that audio. The other person you hearing. Hearing right now. Is None other than Roger Nygaard? If people are panicking right now, where's Gary Yeah Panic I'm sorry, but you know she's done a few episodes without me I've done some so before, too. So vacations are due for everybody. There's precedent for this. Actually. This is relevant to our conversation. Today. Carry is celebrating her anniversary with drew her intended, and we're GONNA. Be Talking about a related topics. We say we royally. We are here with. With Roger Nygaard today who you may remember if you've listened to the entire show, you were the guest for our eighth episode. Eighth Episode Ever Wow if anybody's listening and his listen to every show since then you deserve a medal. Yeah, because a lot of shows, people have, and they deserve medals. Yeah, or at least a merit badge, a ribbon. Yeah, that was back in two thousand eleven when we started and we were talking to you then about. About the nature of existence, a documentary that you had created at that time you were exploring the depths of why we're here. All these deep questions was eighty, four, eighty three. There were a lot of questions. Yeah, I had a somewhere above eighty ninety questions that I asked everybody all my interview subjects, and squeezed it all into one documentary called the nature of existence. My core question, though above all those sub questions was. Why do we exist? What is our purpose here? Why are we supposed to do big topic in I? Set out to solve it and you did age-old existentialist question philosophers have been wrestling with it for centuries and I went out and solved. You didn't give away the answer on that episode, so you still have to watch that documentary. If you want to know the answer, but it's very socratic in that you, the the what I try to do is lead the viewer in a direction, so you can make your own decision or come to a realization on your own without me. Preaching to you, here's the answer well. That's smart. Because I think you were right to resist. Giving it on a silver platter because it doesn't work that way. However, when I made my next documentary, we may talk about today. The truth about marriage at the end I just stood up and said okay. Here's the answer. In case you missed it. Stop everything here. It is, and you did okay, so it's an eighty two minute documentary, the truth about marriage and you do you solve it? You talk to lots of experts and a lot of couples. Trying to think of couples as the correct collective term, yeah couples, but there's some complicated dynamic, because not everybody's relationship is the same. That's not a pejorative yet, but at the end of the documentary. Yes, you do solve it exactly what the truth is about marriage. I didn't know the answer when I sent out and I I become obsessed with what I'm doing wrong way. I'm such a failure. Hold on, you're leading me into interesting conversation and I haven't finished. Finished introducing you yet? We should also say by the way on that episode when we talk you us. I realized that was the first time that carried the name swap. She loves this every down then she decides to claim that she is Ross Blocher and I am thus forced by process of elimination to Declare Myself Carrie poppy. That was the first time she did it. So you're part of a tradition and now I think this'll be episode two hundred fifty. Fifty crime any yeah, podcast thing you have to keep putting him out. Sake, which means we've had all kinds of crazy adventures since we talked to you last heavens Tibet's. You've heard about we've kept. You kept you up today? I've listened I have not listened to all two hundred and fifty, but I've done my share. I won't make a medal for you, but I'm impressed. I really enjoyed though I. Mean when you guys dig into something like scientology and you. You have whole run of confrontations. Yes, let's you do the first one you have to listen to the rest. Like. Where's this going? Oh, good? Okay. That's what we're hoping to get. Young her speaking of Scientology. I have a goldenrod sheet here with some questions from Kerry for you. The aforementioned carry poppy, the aforementioned who is with us in spirit, but is physically withdrew celebrating I should also mention that you've directed many other projects. People know you for trekkies. Documentary star trek fans delved into the world of Star Trek. Everyone wants to understand that better to. There's a truck. He's to trekkies, trekkies two. That's where I cut my teeth on documentary, filmmaking and I didn't realize until just a couple of days ago that you also directed six days in Roswell I produced an edited that film and it's about Roswell. As gathered from the title. We went to Roswell new. Mexico in one, thousand, nine hundred. Hundred Ninety Seven, which was the fiftieth anniversary of the alleged crash of an alien spaceship in Roswell. New Mexico nineteen forty seven s when they had their first gigantic celebration where the town went alien, mad, insane alien. You can get everything from alien beef. Jerky to alien pencils alien beer. They've got museums there and we were there to documented, and all the experts came there. All the you apologists. Yeah, you talked to Stanton. Friedman right right. On our show, we met him. We have him on the show. That films coming out again this year. By the way, is it yeah, my films are being released that I've restored six days in Roswell and suckers suckers about car salesmen. Yeah, okay, well I need to watch both of those, and I may have to talk to you more about you're gonNA love Roswell. Absolutely. When my son and I went on a cross country field trip, we stopped in Roswell. Roswell went to the museum. You know amazing. No, yes, we picked up a little hitchhiker that road along with us in the car. This is crazy. It's great. It's wonderful and then every July fourth weekend. That's when the celebration is. And what better place is there to go? See a July fourth celebration in Roswell New Mexico absolutely just to give some more of your bone afi days. You've also directed an episode of the office. Correct the Bernie Mac show. You've edited for Grey's Anatomy the League whose America veep curb your enthusiasm all the above, guilty, pretty particular.
"rogers" Discussed on Conversations
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"rogers" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Rogers urge people in the fire's path evacuate done a pot now now within the community that pot in that community doing a pot mains playing out of those areas miking short you're not in a vulnerable spot where unfortunately very likely we will lose time spot will be very happy in local looks assess if there's no lives lost that is that single focus tomorrow and we need the community to have that focus as well at least nineteen people have died scores of animals as well as more than two hundred fires have burned around twelve million acres and that's force more than one hundred thousand residents and tourists to evacuate she may not have won the White House four years ago but Hillary Clinton now has the name chancellor added to our many titles queen's university in Belfast Northern Ireland just named here the new chancellor for the school for the next five years she's not gonna have any political power over the universe it's mostly an honorary title but she will preside in the school passes out degrees and should be an ambassador for the university she calls it a great privilege in a place that she has great fun that's for and if you love the office you're gonna love this pop you've always wanted to work at Dunder Mifflin we have the next best thing snapper on Henderson will temporarily transform itself into a bar called Dunder Mifflin Inc beverage company which will be styled after the NBC show the office the bar name comes from the fictional company were the office takes place employees it will be in costume there will be photo booths and other photo ops the food and drinks murals from local artists from the show and a full building revealed once the space re opens the pop up shop launches on January ninth and will extend through February fifteenth Susie service news radio ten eighty hello to make a mark because many huge change to the British royalty she and prince Harry spending their Christmas holidays in Canada and here's where she did something that you would never have seen anyone else in the royal family do another couple went through a hike through the woods in Vancouver Island they took pictures of themselves the help of a selfie stick and a woman comes up to them offers to take the pictures for them that woman Meghan Markle with prince Harry right there whether watching man no they didn't ask Megan and Harry to be in the pictures but that they are all the news time for fifty four we check your body from blue burglary Kaski fears of rising tensions in the Middle East weighed on stocks sending the market into the weekend with steep losses the Dow Jones industrial average fell two hundred thirty four the S. and P. five hundred dropped twenty three the nasdaq composite down seventy one car makers are expected to have sold more than seventeen million vehicles and twenty nineteen for a fifth consecutive year but they got there with more incentives and discounts than ever before and sales slowed at the end of the year GM and fiat Chrysler posted lower fourth quarter sales test let's set a new record for quarterly deliveries handing over one hundred twelve thousand vehicles for all of twenty nineteen Tesla delivered more than three hundred sixty seven thousand vehicles topping the low end of its forecast pier one imports is planning a significant increase in store closings as it seeks to cut costs in turn itself around an announcement of the additional closings is expected next week I'm Larry coffee with Bloomberg business on newsradio ten eighty KRLD six thirty five just can't buy a break this afternoon also couple of issues on thirty one in Arlington wonderful worth we check the traffic and weather together next he's known by most sports fans as Mr cub but we can also refer to him as Mr DFW hi it's Gavin spittle with another edition of fan one oh one Ernie banks known as.
"rogers" Discussed on Homophilia
"I think that because I play characters as an entertainer separates the artist or the art from the artist. And I feel like people can can can I don't know they don't get hung up on my beliefs they don't get hung up on my personal. They just see the characters and I I kinda like that they. Yeah I think a lot of other entertainers detainers. Not that. It's better or worse but most other entertainers are themselves on the Internet. And so if they say something the audience doesn't like then there's a legitimate person to be upset about now you know as whereas if a character does something terrible it's all that's a character And I don't think I'm a bad person I think I'm trying I'm not trying to hide who I am or anything but I love just kind kind of being a mystery to you know to most people I like when someone comes up to me. They don't know if I'm going to be nicer. They're kind of a little bit scared to talk to me because I don't know if I'm crazy and I kind of like having that are around me. I'm always curious because there are so many people who are trying to get where you are Mar.. If you run across in your dating lighter even just in your social life people who are sort of you know getting close to you you and you can kind of sniff that they have ulterior motive. I think it's pretty obvious. I mean it smells pretty punch out. There's never been anyone rambling Um they might have ulterior. It's definitely cut off. It's definitely toyed with my trust But I've I've made a lot of friends who are around. My you know following of our size of creator and I talk with you. Know we go to each other's houses and we smoke weed and we kick back and shoot the shit and we talk about this kind of and it's like I i. I'm not the only one who's going through it. I'm not the only one who like a lot of other. People are even possibly have had it worse than me or more defensive about rightfully. So you know. I've heard a lot of horror stories from other creators about like being tricked by someone that they were on a date with or being tricked by whatever someone they were hanging out with. Well I think just I just go with my gut with everyone I meet and I don't really an inch I I really am introverted with like I rarely ever bring anyone you know. have anyone over on this. I know them I rarely ever like hang out one on one with someone they really know them I so so for someone to be able to take advantage of. It hasn't happened yet that I know of on knock on wood. But I don't know I think I have a pretty good grasp on who's good and WHO's bad. Most people are good. I've found out like most people I've met in the last three years. I can't knock on wood. I've just been angels so especially if people outside of California picture. What do you look for dating? Weiss honored anyways tight. Oh let me tell you the faces a very important thing I think like a face. Well I I like the face but also like well when it comes to personality. I think they have to be very smart. Because I like someone who understands re or who can pick up on really subtle sarcasm or really dry humor and I think that the ability to do that I think I think a sense of humor is a brilliant test of intelligence or at least their social intelligence and and just their appreciation for word play. I think someone who can appreciate good. A good conversation likes to laugh and likes to poke fun a Yeah like if they're not making me laugh what the why. They must have sweet ass. Because if I'm not laughing there's gotta be some other redeeming quality and most the people of data just don't make me laugh but Yeah I look for. I am just a face because I think more that is I'm I'm not talking about physically when I'm when I'm on a date with someone you could tell a lot by there is what they're saying there is and You know some people I just had dead is and I just get real limb when I see that I'm just like Oh like are you even and then some people have crazy is and they're you know they're so yeah. I think the is not so so much the face but the eyes and just funny can't or can they at least appreciate humor. Yeah but really. What I'm saying is laugh at my jokes? Very important Shaw no I I. I'm pretty open. Even when I was in India I was flirting. Yeah I was and I did meet a guy. And here's some tea and I've only I've only never told anyone yet but I sneezed in front of.
"rogers" Discussed on Homophilia
"I am Gay was still part of me still I still Kinda like women is still do. I would say that I'm definitely more intimate but I still like women and there was a time in my life. I did only like women like when I was a kid. I remember like I would only checkout girls and then eventually it through puberty maybe it was. I signed one developing I was like oh I like like guys more. I don't I don't know what switched for me. But it was around puberty and so the first person actually confirmed it to my fruit fly. Is that offensive fag. I don't know what they say now but she was my best friend and I told her and that was the first time I ever felt because I lived in livermore which is very small. It's a very at the time. At least it was very a income. Pretty Conservative and there weren't a lot of people who are out yet and so she was the first person that I openly said it to and to not get the sort of backlash that I very much X.. or or or judgement or disappoint disappointment I think is the right word. I was afraid of. Disappointing her And I didn't in that felt really good and then I started being more open about it with my friends and that felt really good and then I started getting what people talk about movies like a weight off your shoulders because it is when you're when you're pretending to be straight it's a little a little bit of a lie you're telling every single time you pretend the checkout girl or every single time someone says oh you need a girlfriend and you don't you don't negate them you know it's like it's like it's a little little bit of stress that kind of flickers through your brain. It's just like a and it's one less thing I I don't have to lie about anywhere but I never really came out to my family because after I moved move to. La Youtube Channel took off. It's like there's no way they don't know that I'm gay and there's no way that like now at this point it's like a talk would be kind of awkward uh-huh brought a guy home. No because every time I dated a guy either it wasn't during the holidays or I was at their family for Thanksgiving. Actually no one one year idea bringing home a one year And that was like it was it was weird. 'cause I knew that my family and never seen that before like I'm the only person that I know of my family who is queer and so I knew they weren't used to seeing some like part of me was like all right. Just look as much like if you're just my guy friend coming over as we can but then I'm like like do I care that much about these people's opinions that like let's just suck each other's dicks. I don't know I I honestly I just want. I didn't know how to touted. I mean it wasn't super awkward. It just felt weird with see like my grandparents looking over Makram who has dementia Manchester just like having to be reminded. Oh He's gay. Oh that's Oh but a I don't know but I see my family pretty much like once a year now at same about I think in during the Thanksgiving Christmas this year is probably Thanksgiving. You know I don't know if I'll be there for Christmas but but yeah so and I'm not with anyone else so this is another year. I'm not bringing someone someone over but It is cool though it is cool visiting family you know now. Even though I don't I I visit them with the career that they all follow that that's diff- you know. Even though I'm not with anyone they still have a bucket of questions every time I visit home because they watch all my videos they follow my instagram. I mean they're very in touch with what I'm doing and that's why that's why it's like. I almost don't want to have the conversation. I know if this cool with what I'm doing and then following me this closely. They clearly know that I'm gay. And they clearly are still accepting so he was like no conversation needed to be had and I feel like it's almost less awkward to just. Okay let's move on you know so I didn't really have a coming out. That story just stopped and then I just stopped denying you know at least to my family and everyone else. It's like if you can't tell you know some people I have. I just I cannot tell and and I have to say it but I think most people know. I think I don't know maybe earlier this and maybe they'll hear this. I think he might be but Yeah do they all understand your career. I mean especially like the old older members of your family people who are sort of cree Internet they they do because a lot of them have kids a lot of them have kids now. The it's weird because I in my family. There's no one really my age. There's people who are a generation above me me in a generation who and then who had generation below me so that generation below me which Z.. Right yes he And then generation X. who's them above above me They know about the kids and the kids It's weird 'cause they only know me as as who I am on Youtube. They really don't know who I am in real life because I've lived in La for about seven years and a lot of them are around seven or older. But not old enough to remember genuinely who I was as a human being when I lived there so when I visit home I'll see in my cousins. Is there a little shy. Or they're a little bit. It's the same. Look I see when I when I have a meet and greet and people okay. Oh Hey you're next you know for the picture an autograph you know. It's like right when they're kind of during the headline that's sort of how my cousins look at me and it's weird because it's a weird way of spending time with his family and I it's it's It's like this. Is My family like chill out. I'm just here to eat but There yeah none of my family. Has There's been a dick about what I do. Thank God they're pretty comical people on both sides there. There are a lot of comedians that I grew up with so thank God. What are your dealings with like commenters and and fans like they can be vicious? Actually they've been ver- I've been really lucky If there's any criticism and I really I very rarely troll criticism which is at fake and gay dumb fucking fuck. This guy is very rarely. Do I see that Mo- if there's any criticism constructive like I could tell you use this ending before or I can tell you and that kind of Shit I live for because it's like you know you're right you're smart audience like you know but they don't it's not mean it's people if they're if they're criticizing it's because they were disappointed because they expected something that they didn't get or that or they. They were rooting for the video and some part of it. Let them down. And and that's the kind of criticism I get for the most part Ev. You know the Internet just like I said with the Youtube community. The Internet is been much more welcome and I work with kind kind of a freak show of people. My cast is very They're interesting each of them are interesting in appearance and in in how they conduct doc themselves and I feel like I run this little circus of interesting actors and every time I introduce a new person sometimes they might be heavy or trans or you. You know what a you know. They're they're you know I'm always a little afraid of what the comments are going to say. The first time I work with an actor I add them to my cast. And I'm like what are people going to think of him him or her or them and they've all been welcoming you know they've all been really really accepting and I. I'm very touched by how the Internet you know. It's like one of one of the actors I work with the most. She's a seventy something year old trans woman and she is in my opinion. One of the greatest actors I've ever worked with And she's one of the most brilliant people but when I when I had her in the videos for the first time I didn't know how the end that was gonNA reactor and she's reading my comments you know. And so it's like part of me feels it's like a you know a little bit like these are my kids in a way and I'm very protective of what people say about them. Because I know they're reading the comments and I didn't have to delete anything with her like I'm looking at the comments and like who is this interesting woman. And where did she come from. And why nothing was negative and to this day. They adore her and the other people I work with. I work with in all kinds of you know. Ages shapes genders cast is a very very colorful group of people and no one has ever picked on anyone one for any kind of so. I think the Internet at least the people who watch my videos. They're not the Internet that I thought I would encounter when I would blow up you. You know like why always thought. Oh thank God. I'm still a small youtuber because if I was big I don't know if I could take the criticism on the new. I Made Weird content. I'm like I don't know how the world would react. I've been surprised at how the world's reacted to it and so Negative comments yeah. They just don't wouldn't you attribute that to because it seems like that's the only place on the Internet. Well uh-huh doing something right. I think that the content doesn't take itself seriously at all it's very self deprecating. It's very like it's it's self-aware trash and and it's it's not. There's there's zero pride with it. It's all just like just utter. It's like like like going to the circus. You go to kind kind of be a little bit disgusted or scared or you know when you see people swallowing swords and I think that people go to my channel at this point. People know what they're into and they when they usually really when they click on a video of mine or and I I don't know I think that with content as vulgar as it's almost how do you call trash disgusting. You know like how do do you call. I don't know I I've just been very very very fortunate. I also enjoy like I rarely. I rarely come out as a human being out of character actor. You know other than time like this. You know a podcast interview or an appearance cameo in something but very rarely in my ever expressing my own on opinions beliefs and.
"rogers" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind
"Isn't that what life's all about in many different ways to say I love absolutely and we have another email here from Pulse Church Rich Virginia from John Who says I'm thirty three now but Mr Rogers was a huge part of my childhood in in fact when I sat for the CPA exam a few years ago. MOM wrote Mr Rogers about it he. He responded with an autographed picture and a letter wishing me. Good luck. Mr Rogers. You are special John. Aw because you're you are. John Wet am marvelous memory and to think that that people oh can use the work that you've that you've given over over the air. I mean that must give you great satisfaction. Diane well know that there are those who are listening to your words and being nourished by them. I so appreciate you're saying you know in fact I've been doing this program now for more than twenty three years. So yes you're you're right. It gives me great satisfaction but also makes me feel very humble to have had the opportunity to go into people's homes cars and offices for all these years. Yeah you've been a radio neighbor to manny indeed need. How do you feel The fact and I must say I regard myself as at times subject of of ridicule because of my voice and because it is so slow and has such a wave ary town to it. How do you regard guard the fact that you have Been Made Fun of you mocked by some perhaps who've done it loving light but nevertheless have made you a subject of their comedy or you know at first. I thought I wonder why people people do that. Because each one of us is unique and That just happens to be who I am. But then one day I was at NBC NBC in New York. And I was walking down the hall corridor and The the man who played on Saturday night live came out and he. He was one of the people who who did Mister Robinson's neighborhood. You know. And he came out and he said the real. Mr Rogers was Eddie. Murphy He's a he said. Oh the real Mr Rogers and he put his arms around me and gave me a big hug and I thought well you really. We have been doing that with with a lot of affection. All right go ahead do that. I mean the people Do they do take off on. Diane ream well. I have a voice problem Mr Rogers. It's called spasmodic. It is found you and I have to have treatments to the vocal cords periodically. But I have to assume assume that because I'm still on the air after all these years that there is a growing tolerance that there are you an appreciation for the content of what we do rather than focusing so much on a problematic. Voice Will Diane. It's it seems to me that it's exactly what we talk about on the neighborhood all all the time and that is that what's inside is far more important than what's on the outside you know Santa Exupery in his book the Little Prince. Yes said less sauce yell. At abbvie zipped police relates. Your what is essential is invisible to the eye. And he goes on to say that it's only and with the heart that we see clearly and now to Dallas Texas and to George George. Good morning to you. Good Morning Diana good morning Mister Rogers. Good morning short morning. Originally I called with the thought of asking why so you decided early on to make music such a major part of how you communicate with people but as I was sitting here you're listening to the discussion. I began to see a parallel in my life with yours. I was sick early on and I think think a lot of what I am today. I credit to that time when I had to be alone and be comfortable with myself and develop percents of creativity and I wonder if children today lose that with all the commercial games and commercial toys that that are available and don't develop into their full potential because their sense of imagination isn't challenged so basically. It's really two questions. The music imagination. The music I think came from My grandfather he he just his name was mister mcfeely. Incidentally that's why we called our speeding deliveryman mister mcfeely but My grandfather Early on would teach US songs and he played the fiddle and I think a one of the most satisfying times of my life was when I was able bowl to accompany him as he played It was a song called Les Gypsy Gypsy Gypsy.
"rogers" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show
"Isn't that what life's all about in many different ways to say I love absolutely and we have another email here from Pulse Church Rich Virginia from John Who says I'm thirty three now but Mr Rogers was a huge part of my childhood in in fact when I sat for the CPA exam a few years ago. MOM wrote Mr Rogers about it he. He responded with an autographed picture and a letter wishing me. Good luck. Mr Rogers. You are special John. Aw because you're you are. John Wet am marvelous memory and to think that that people oh can use the work that you've that you've given over over the air. I mean that must give you great satisfaction. Diane well know that there are those who are listening to your words and being nourished by them. I so appreciate you're saying you know in fact I've been doing this program now for more than twenty three years. So yes you're you're right. It gives me great satisfaction but also makes me feel very humble to have had the opportunity to go into people's homes cars and offices for all these years. Yeah you've been a radio neighbor to manny indeed need. How do you feel The fact and I must say I regard myself as at times subject of of ridicule because of my voice and because it is so slow and has such a wave ary town to it. How do you regard guard the fact that you have Been Made Fun of you mocked by some perhaps who've done it loving light but nevertheless have made you a subject of their comedy or you know at first. I thought I wonder why people people do that. Because each one of us is unique and That just happens to be who I am. But then one day I was at NBC NBC in New York. And I was walking down the hall corridor and The the man who played on Saturday night live came out and he. He was one of the people who who did Mister Robinson's neighborhood. You know. And he came out and he said the real. Mr Rogers was Eddie. Murphy He's a he said. Oh the real Mr Rogers and he put his arms around me and gave me a big hug and I thought well you really. We have been doing that with with a lot of affection. All right go ahead do that. I mean the people Do they do take off on. Diane ream well. I have a voice problem Mr Rogers. It's called spasmodic. It is found you and I have to have treatments to the vocal cords periodically. But I have to assume assume that because I'm still on the air after all these years that there is a growing tolerance that there are you an appreciation for the content of what we do rather than focusing so much on a problematic. Voice Will Diane. It's it seems to me that it's exactly what we talk about on the neighborhood all all the time and that is that what's inside is far more important than what's on the outside you know Santa Exupery in his book the Little Prince Yes said less Osceola Abbas Egypt police relates your what is essential is invisible to the eye and he goes on to say that it's only and with the heart that we see clearly and now to Dallas Texas and to George George Good morning to you. Good Morning Diana good morning Mister Rogers. Good morning short morning. Originally I called with the thought of asking why so you decided early on to make music such a major part of how you communicate with people but as I was sitting here you're listening to the discussion. I began to see a parallel in my life with yours. I was sick early on and I think think a lot of what I am today. I credit to that time when I had to be alone and be comfortable with myself and develop percents of creativity and I wonder if children today lose that with all the commercial games and commercial toys that that are available and don't develop into their full potential because their sense of imagination isn't challenged so basically. It's really two questions. The music imagination. The music I think came from My grandfather he he just his name was mister mcfeely. Incidentally that's why we called our speeding deliveryman mister mcfeely but My grandfather Early on would teach US songs and he played the fiddle and I think a one of the most satisfying times of my life was when I was able title to accompany him as he played It was a song called Les Gypsy Gypsy Gypsy.
"rogers" Discussed on The First Degree
"That wouldn't be the case but of course you know that was very very shortly and how it's been almost twenty four years later not honestly gotten a straight answer well. He has so many times to appeal taber year where so this has been obey the year. This is going to be the year we have been told that for the last ten years you know and it's Kinda to the point where we'll you know. Is it ever going to happen. I mean now. It looks like his fortune news over He has no more pills therefore he can't try to fight anymore so as crystal. She thought she would feel better. Glenn was executed. I don't know if I'll feel better. I don't know if they'll even change me and all cause damage. I mean really his own but every year for the last twenty four years there's every year we have had to relive it. We've got interviews. I have very few I've only done one when I was younger and then in one about four years ago and then now and the one a few years ago that done it helped me so much much to actually be able to talk about it and get it out because I I deal with it very differently the older I've gotten harder. It gets you to their mother. They You know there's there's days though man you just need you I don't think you much They will be spared either. I just I just just more out of the teacher. The equation crystals heart isn't the only one that's broken. We have all the family members of all of Glen Rogers victims to you consider here and they've all been waiting for twenty four years and I cannot imagine the emotional suffering and Lord knows what other kind of suffering they've all been dealing with since Glenn at took their loved ones away and then we were contacted by the victim's advocate in Florida Florida to write letters say how this is affected the martyrs of these. How has it played a partner online these family not just the same these families need closure. There's no sense and going on by spend all all this money and see the more that had a little pair found it over with so crystal sent us the letter that she sent to the governor and a lot of details much of what she shared with us today but I'm going going to read some of the last paragraph so you can get an idea of truly how important this is to her. She said today. I'm thirty eight. It's been almost twenty four years. I still have battles in fight. Demons can describe the pain. The murder of my mother has caused but unless you lived it words couldn't honestly describe it. I've lived a life of fear heartache. Anguish always questioning second guessing people. There's always a rainbow after a storm and God bless me the good life in wonderful family. I've prayed constantly for strengthened peace. So it's time for closure. The women he murdered in the families of the murder victims deserve justice to be served. I plead and beg of you. Let's Ns us. Glen Rogers does not deserve to go on living. Even if it's in prison he's still walking talking eating drinking. He can still talk to his family. He can still smile L. and laugh and joke. He is alive and breathing while my mother lays in a casket Kohl's in the ground he's alive while a big part of US died. When he took my mother it does not deserve to have what he took away from those women he deserves far worse than what can be given to him and he will only receive that when he goes before the man upstairs upstairs please. I beg signed the execution papers we deserve closure and peace of mind and then she signed her name followed by by Remembering Always Linda Price Sandra Gallagher Teena Marie cribs and Andy Giles sudden and crystal. We commend you and support you so much on this entire journey. You've demonstrated so much strength and thank you so much for letting US share your story. So what did we learn learned today. It's relatable and scary just for a normal girl going out with friends or with other people people around like it's not like anybody put themselves in the wrong situation or were walking down a dark alley like he really just found people and I mean Linda was only in Mississippi State Fair. Linda was with her family. Andy was with her roommate. Yeah you know with three friends and Sandra joined Glenn in his friends so tarred had just called her husband. You know it's it's like you feel like you're safe but there are wolves in sheep's clothing everywhere potentially everywhere in anywhere yeah all right well big. Thank you to crystal for me. I agree thank you so much. You have so much strength for what you've been through. Its I cannot imagine and we feel very honored to share your story with all of our listener so I hope that we did it justice if anybody listening getting has a first degree connection to murder other stranger than fiction story. Please write us. Hello at the first degree PODCAST DOT com. Go get some first degree merch and we're. We're still doing our review giveaway. If you leave us a five star review on Apple podcasts leave your instagram handle in the comments we are picking two winners each week to get some free first degree. 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"rogers" Discussed on The First Degree
"Mark Peters and Glenn's hometown of Hamilton there was this elderly man named Mark Peters who Glenn had actually lived with at ten different addresses over fourteen years after his mother no longer let Glenn Live with her and Glenn. Dan was living with mark in September nineteen ninety-three and a month later mark went missing all of a sudden and he was seven seventy only one year old electrician and he was a veteran he was the you know he would just let Glenn and and you know help them get back on his feet again and and he would ask Glenn maybe to do some light errands in exchange for the room and board right and mark actually had family and he had a daughter who lived in the Hamilton area as well so when when he turned up missing in late October his daughter reported it to the police and she said that her father mark had a collection of coins antiques and some guns all of which were missing in the police searched but found no trace of mark so it was really perplexing and the Hamilton what's in please wanted to speak with Glen about mark's disappearance Glenn had already left for Los Angeles and they were unable to immediately locate him and mark's car was also missing fast forward to the end of nineteen ninety three to January of Nineteen ninety-four police searching for mark eventually searched the cabin owned by one of Glenn's family members and found a skeleton bound to a chair under a pile of furniture due to the state of the remains officials officials were able to ascertain the cause of death but it was clearly no accident and they were able to identify the skeleton as belonging to seventy one year old mark computers the police suspected Glenn but he was long gone but his absence initially prior to him being implicated in Mark's death was not atypical Glen would leave Hamilton for weeks months or even years at a time but he was always returned home eventually so it wasn't off for him to pick up and disappear and travel with carnivals and do the things he was known to do so but you know after mark's body was found there was a federal warrant issue. 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She also said my son was the most caring child of all my children she also the pleased that she spoke with Glen on the phone two weeks prior and he denied killing family friend Mark Peters and all of the women an told the police that he had a typical childhood but he dropped out of school in the ninth grade because of reading difficulty but she did say that he had a rash that developed after falling into a toxic puddle and she said quote. You know how kids get into things. Let's basically the joker right. They're falling into a toxic right. Yes that must be. It's it's such an odd thing for mom to be like my son is innocent exceeded normal childhood how ever yeah he put all that is so you know your. Nana's wasn't anything I did certainly not yeah can't be anything that the mom dead now but now's a good time as any to talk about Glenn's Mommy the issues and we talked about this in episode one but here's the whole pitcher so Glenn was of quote Hamill Tuck in stock and this is a very disparaging reference. It's to the backwoods culture of APPALACHIA. He was one of seven children born to Edna and Claude Rogers is dad worked at a paper mill for sixteen years. There's he drank every day was alcoholic and he often beat ad and beat the seven kids and he wants threatened to kill his wife if she left him during one of the beat beatings. He broke her nose and knocked her out. She was completely unconscious right off the bat. We have a lot of physical abuse that he's witnessing yeah. They were poverty stricken. We mentioned this episode in part one but he you know when his dad lost his job. The seven of them mm seven of the siblings plus. The two parents had moved into a two bedroom home with one bathroom so it's kind of it's it's not conducive to a lot of space and health and boundaries foundries and all those sorts of things the parents of Glenn the father specifically kept several guns in the home and he was fired from the paper mill for drinking on the job and after he lost his job they had to move into the worst part of town. When you moved about parts of town obviously you're exposed to more crime and bad influences high risk behavior things like that. The seven kids were tormented by the neighborhood children and the father encouraged them to fight back to defend themselves which encouraged courage sort of like this violent reaction to such things in glen apparently ain't paint chips in dirt so the Patriots were potentially Um and he was a bad water until he was twelve years old. There's no shame that everyone but it is considered in the triad colours though Cher and he also apparently banged his head purposefully over and over on the edge of his bed and he would concussed himself and become unconscious and by the way when he was doing this apparently he was showing he wasn't crying and he was showing no signs of distress at all yeah. It's not good if I see my kid doing that. I'm going to be like I'm out new mom so Glenn's older brother clay introducing the drugs and alcohol at the age of twelve as well. He was also beaten by his parents aren't more frequently than the other siblings because he was a little bit more rebellious and win. Glenn was sixteen. His father became disabled from a heart attack and I have to say in the last this episode. I said it was a stroke. If you look at the reporting they report on both it was a stroke was a heart attack. He was incapacitated by illness so I can't confirm which one it was but either way it's like you're seeing a lot of things were if you have maybe the the ability to be pushed into like the socio apathy horrible direction. These variables aren't aren't helping helping out no poverty no supervision violence abuse abuse he also you know there's all sorts of things that were happening so by the way a lot of this information that we're talking about with. Glenn's childhood comes it from a documentary called my brother the serial killer that's kind of from clay's perspective perspective of his life with Glenn how that all happened and an interesting thing that I saw on the documentary it was talking about when Glenn One was born so before Glenn was born. The MOM and the dad had five children six six children. They didn't want any more kids so she wanted to get her tubes tied so so they had to get a judge to approve of her getting her tubes ties was in Ohio when he was born in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven yeah.
"rogers" Discussed on The First Degree
"Glenn in the police ruin guns trail from in Florida because Glenn had actually rented his hotel room under his real name. The police knew who they were looking for but they had no idea where he was going or what he would do next. I and if you're thinking Andy Sutton had lucked out by not being hurt by Glenn. You are right but unfortunately he went back. He wins. Louisiana a man eighty at an I spend the night with her. Then which is Florida Mattino Mattino killed her then came back to Jackson spent the night in apartment. What's dad mother then left there and went back to Louisiana where he killed eighty so driving. Tina cribs Ford Festiva Glenn headed back to Louisiana to link back up with Andy Sutton when he got there. He greeted her and told her that he had a surprise for her. He'd gotten her a car because Andy didn't have one but this sounds familiar. It's exactly athlete. Glenn did with Linda Price who loved bombing her after days of knowing her without even knowing her and it's even more twisted in this case because the car that he had brought back for Andy Belong to the woman that he'd killed days before in Tampa Tina crabs so so fucking and we are. We've seen this before are and actually we've seen this also in in fictional stuff to where a guy kills somebody takes their jewelry and then gives it to usually it's jewelry you. You know you very rarely that's at a car but this is this is super twisted because not only did he use this as his escape escape vehicle all and then he used it as a lower of with the love bomb and saying. I got you a car well because I think he saw how effectively think he actually bought what I think happened. He couldn't give Sandra's car to Linda because he set her on fire took a greyhound bus and I think he needed a car he. He said it was four Linda. Ah The effect it had on her so then he was like if I give a woman a car I kind of get whatever I want so he then use the same method fit on on Andy but had this car in like we had said previously when he had first met Andy. He left his red truck at her apartment urban complex so as to explain why he was coming back with this white car. It's again a eighteen wheeler yeah. Why would he just show but the new car. It's the gift for you. You don't have a car so he's like killing two birds with one stone making an excuse worms off and also and also winning over exactly so andy obviously actually had no idea but she was over the moon rightfully so and she glenn her roommate. Teresa decided to go out bar hopping together within a few hours. Glenn was glassy eyed and wasted. Is it again and Andy told Theresa that she was going to take Glen back their place to quote unquote sleep it off so theresa went to work and and Indian Glenn went back to their place to sleep it off. I guess after this Bar Craw. Theresa got back to their apartment at around three A. M. Glenn Red Truck. The pickup was still parked in the complex as parking lot and she walks into the apartment. The lights are all on but it didn't seem like anyone was home. So theresa sat on the couch and she ended up just passing out till the morning. She wakes up the next morning and she's looking around the apartment. She goes inside the bedroom and calls out. Andy and then she pulls the betting off the bed and what she finds horrifies. Her under the covers was the battered and bloodied body of her roommate. Andy and there was so much blood around the chest area that that and there was also a pillow covering her entire head and I couldn't tell for sure if it was andy or not she pulled the pillow off and she saw what she described as and this is a quote the most horrible agonizing facial features that she ever seen Andy's arm was back behind under head and there were also cut marks on her right wrist. There were stab wounds to Andy's abdomen upper body back shoulders torso antes mattresses waterbed and the mattress had multiple punctures and was leaking everywhere so indies cause of death was determined to be multiple stab wounds and some of which for more than six inches deep in total andy had fourteen stab wounds including numerous defensive wounds on her fingers and rest one of which penetrated penetrated down to her muscle. The murder weapon had been removed from a butcherblock knife set from there. Catch it. What terrified Theresa further other was that Glenn had killed Andy Wall Theresa had been sleeping on the couch and denso quietly so that means that she got home to insane chain saw that all the lights were on their door was shut? They shared a room and she passed it on the couch and she knows this. She knows it hadn't happened because when she woke up per person has gone Glenn had robbed the place in taking her purse wow so sh- he could have killed her while she's sleeping on the couch easily and but what he probably why he didn't is probably because he didn't think Theresa was home so when he came out he was probably shit. I I should probably just take what I can bounce bail as opposed to like risk Kerr yelling a neighbor hearing whatever but he very easily could have the Glenn of terror was now national news and Glenn was added to the FBI's ten. Most wanted list in the whole country was on edge especially every family member of his victims and terrified women across the country. We're left to wonder is Glen Rogers coming to my state next because nobody knew where he was and he'd she killed people in Multiple States California then to Mississippi then to Tampa dealing with this really yeah. You'RE NOT GENO serial killer. That's like in my t exactly it could strike anywhere anytime very bundy s yes and this man who possessed the power. ERTA charmers victims on a whim could be anywhere and arrest warrants were issued for him in Florida Mississippi and California and particularly terrifying an interesting interesting part of Glens crimes is he was leaving marks. He was using his real name wherever he went and he wanted people to know it was him he was trying to make a name for himself and they believe Hughes enjoying the killing and the fear that he was instilling across the entire country and he's like a mixture of like it's similar to what bt K. was doing. It's like he was enjoying it. He was enjoying notoriety. Ted Bundy was sort of transient in that he was popping around to avoid getting caught and then just the charming of the women it is very he was winning them over starting relationships in then would do that and then just disappear undoing the going through the idea of doing the love bombing with this car and saying I'm giving you a car and everything like that just to get them in a vulnerable situation and then killing them. I gotTa say though Jack. How many times have you been girl and I'm saying this because I have where it's like. A very handsome man walks into a bar and you're like Oh shit that guy is so my typo yeah and then you were so excited when he your his type two and you hit it off and you have another drink together and you do this whirlwind thing thing I mean that's how all my relationships have actually started me too and that when we're reading through this it is such a normal type of wait a meeting a guy and it you know the friends leave and then you're just left together and you don't ever think that you're being put in a very scary or dangerous situation not only that too. It's like for example. Andy first of all had a roommate. You know what I mean like. Glenn wasn't like I'm going to pick a woman alone. It's like I have a roommate who will come home if there was ever anything wrong. I have someone looking out for me same thing Sandra in Los Angeles she actually left to Glens friends and Glen Yeah they. He took a separate car. They were supposed to follow each other and it's like you leave with a bunch of friends. You don't you're not alone. It just seems he was an expert expert. Just making people feel safe and comfortable comfortable so as more info about Glen emerged it was revealed that he was also wanted for murder of his former roommate who was a family friend named.
"rogers" Discussed on The First Degree
"Glenn Rogers swooped into Linda Prices Life at the Mississippi State Fair and within three weeks he not only completely ruined her life but he stole it as well leaving her daughter crystal and the rest of her family shattered and left to pick up the pieces. The thing is Linda wasn't the first beautiful redhead he seduced and murdered in cold blood nor would she be the last on our last US episode. We left off at the point where the police officers in Mississippi Handling Linda's case had connected with police department. Other jurisdictions were investigating vicious. She's homicides that it's similar ammos to that of Linda's and each woman had last been seen with the cazenove killer the cross country killer the man known as Glen Rogers Linda Prices Family is left in the throes of this nightmare of losing Linda Glenis missing and there's a nationwide manhunt in hunt underway to locate him in every day that Glenn remained free safety of women across the country was at risk. We still have crystal with us today to help. Take us through the remainder of her experience. Not only was it fear from only find now that there's other victims and you know it's hard for these. He's families and empathize with these families. They're going through the same thing we're going through their living a hail like we're going room and fear of Hammy more niche films. Are they're gonNA be are. They going to catch him. They ever catch him. Where's he at it. Was it was a nightmare. It was truly a nightmare as police searched for him. They started a piece together. His movements prior to his arrival in Mississippi so although Glenn was from Hamilton Ohio he was a drifter type and often often traveled and worked traveling carnivals around the country he was a carney and in one thousand nine hundred five he was living in Los Angeles California more specifically he was living in the valley and had an apartment on Woodman Avenue and it's no surprise that as violent tendencies followed him there. Glenn beat various girlfriends he'd been involved with breath and he'd been arrested for attacking two men in Hollywood with a knife which landed him a stint in jail and although those men survived the attack at Glen Lynn would start killing women by the summer of Nineteen Ninety five glens reign of terror began on September twenty ninth nineteen ninety-five around six thirty a m a nurse at the Laura would convalescent hospital which is located on Victoria Boulevard in. La pulled up to the hospital drove car into the parking lot behind the building in the corner of the lot. She could see a pickup truck with. Colorado plates parked near some trash cans and it was by itself. There's no other cars around the driver's side door was slightly ajar and she could see an arm and elbow in part of collegue of a man who is leaning into the truck towards the passenger side as if he was reaching for something from across the vehicle the man she saw pad shaggy shoulder-length Sandy hair and was wearing jeans and a short sleeve shirt so the nurse got out of her car car and when she looked back at the truck she noticed that there was smoke billowing up from underneath the hood of the car but the blonde man was still fiddling around inside and she was sketched out understandably she ran inside and told her colleagues when a group of them came out to see what was going on in the truck the truck was completely the engulfed in flames so when firefighters arrived on the scene they discovered a body in the cab of the pickup and the smell of gasoline permeated aided the scene as well in the lower extremities of the female body inside the truck were charred down to the bone but interestingly the floor of of the carpet underneath the body was mainly intact indicating that gasoline had been poured over the body and surrounding areas of the passenger compartment as opposed to the fire air coming from the actual explosion from the engine of the car so they could tell at this point it was looking like Ersan and when the LAPD homicide detectives arrive they examined the vehicle and there discovered a ladies handbag and it contained documents and photos as well as a marriage certificate found in the pickups APPs locked metal compartment in the back of the pickup the name on the documents belong to thirty three year old Sandra Gallagher and she was a redhead. The forensic pathologist who performed the autopsy on Sandra's body described her as quote severely charred down to the muscle she had bruising or bleeding on the right and left stern avoid muscles a hemorrhage on the right side of the lower part of her voice box and on the left side of her voice box bruising to the thyroid gland broken cartilage on the left side of the throat and multiple hemorrhages inside her talk and they said he Sandra had died from being strangled to death and she had also been in sexually assaulted so once the detectives had her name they were able to quickly track down Sandra's husband and Sandra was a Santa Monica native so this was was in van is oh this was in the valley and she was from Santa Monica so it wasn't that hard to track down her sort of next of kin when they spoke to him. They learned that the last time he had spoken to his wife was the night before she called him and said that she was at a bar called MC reds in Van Nuys in that she she intended to stay there for a few more hours she was singing. Karaoke with some new friends that she had made and basically after he had received this call from her they hung up he expected her home later but she never came and when they go to Grad they speak to bartenders and employees there who helped them paint a picture of the previous evening. Sandra had been in the bar the night before for many hours made friends with some of the employees and the regulars there who learned that she recently won twelve hundred dollars in the state lottery and she was out celebrating rightfully so she was driving the Ford F one fifty pickup truck with Colorado license plates that was she was found in because she recently got the car from her father who just died who had lived in Colorado and on the night she came in. She was wearing a pair of distinctive hoop earrings. She had had gone to McBride's in the early afternoon. Started playing pool glen came in and around seven o'clock pm he had recently become a new regular showing up to the bar two or three times a week during the latter part of September of nineteen ninety five so they talked to a particular female bartender and she described Glenn as being persistent he was always asking for her number was pushy about it and if the first time she said no Glenn showed up in the grads during each of her shifts for the next three weeks seeks constantly repeatedly asking for her phone number he would buy her roses and pull out roles of hundred dollar bills and by her by drinks for her and everyone at the bar and tipper big she said Glen had been with Sandra the night before and he was wearing cowboy boots blue jeans and Brown leather belt with one of those fancy cowboy style belt buckles is bleach blonde hair was long and it was feathered and he had had a neatly trimmed beard and Mustache so paint that in your head he approached Sandra who quote brushed him off and she continued to play a pool but Glenn as he was was persistent and Sandra eventually warm to him and they started talking and Glenn and was there with a few friends eventually they all left including Sandra. She was never seen again until she was found on fire behind the hospital and the Savak Kathak reds new Glenn's name now so did the lapd they located his address and arrived at his apartment on October fifth nineteen ninety-five four days after Sandra's murders so this is the nineties. It's ninety five. It's not as instance I mean. I feel like if this had happened. Now you could be at a suspect's house the same day a or the next day with warrants and such it took four days which is pretty fast. I think considering kind of the nuances of all of this so police this believed that Glenn had killed Sandra and they wanted to arrest him but as we know he was long gone on a Greyhound bus on his way to Jackson Mississippi sippy or he'd meet Linda Price at the Mississippi State Fair three days later so we know that Glenn Killed Linda the night.
"rogers" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"And before you started as officer Clements, you pursuing a career as an opera singer you won the Metropolitan Opera additions in nineteen sixty eight you've performed over seventy roles you've won a Grammy. Yeah. Yeah. Thank you. Thank you. What made you decide to make space for mister Rogers? Go again money. Right. Right. Right. No. I was in grad school. I was working part time and. Church the Jewish synagogue me in Jersey City or to'real with orchestra solo stuff. You put them in different jobs together and order the pay the rent. And so I did this concert at Easter time on Good Friday, and Fred came to that. And he heard me sing and hit never heard something that deeply meaningful before. And that's when he asked me to come on his program. And then he talked to me about being officer Clemens. I said we'll the police officers frequently were the villains in the ghetto in the black community. And I can't talk on this kind of a program about some of the things that I knew the policemen were doing, but he convinced me to try to change the image of policemen. So they were seen as helpers instead of villains. It's amazing. Could I do you think you could sing a little bit for us? Oh, girl. Yes. I've always really. He's got the whole. His hand his God the whole world rise in his God the whole. His has got the whole. That lewd. His had got the little time. Got the little time. Who's got the whole oh. Do. Who's gone new? His. The whole..
"rogers" Discussed on The Longest Shortest Time
"Hey, it's Andrea. All right. Hey, look is on the phone. It's our friend. Ben could call mister Rogers a hypocrite. So Ben, yes, here's what I did. I ran everything you told me by this guy named June Lali. He's the outgoing director of the Fred Rogers centre, and here's what he told me. He said, I would have to see the letter that was written to Fred to understand Fritz reply so bent. Do you have the original letter? I don't think we have the original letter because I don't think we made a copy of it. I think we just sent it in and and so, yeah, I think it got lost in the ether. Okay. Then I don't have an answer for you. Just kidding. I figure that wasn't the that wasn't the Owen and all I told Ben, what I learned from reading this book of mister Rogers letters frien- explains that in the beginning Kanus wife used to sit around their dining room table an answer by hand, all the mail that came in in the early nineteen sixties. But as the show grew, so did the mail pile until in the nineteen ninety s they started receiving about four thousand letters a year. So by then he probably had help, but whether or not Fred actually answered Ben's letter himself. We have to seem that the answer at least came from someone who understood the mission of mister Rogers. So Michael was to figure out why Fred or ghostwriter would go on the weird diatribe about candy before flat out rejecting Ben's geared Ellie factory idea. Only visit other candy like factories. Now I have a personal theory about this based on something I learned in the Mr. Rogers documentary. I thought it might have to do with Fred's feelings about sugar. He was called fat Freddie as a kid, an Esa. He was obsessed with keeping his weight at one hundred and forty three pounds through swimming every day and watching with the aid and he was relatively tall. I mean, that seems like a very low body mass index. I mean, that's an impressive, Fred love that number one, four, three. There's something about it that felt satisfying to his personal numerology to him. Each digit represented a number of letters in a word one was I for was love three. Was you to him one four, three on the scale? It said, I love you just the way you are, which is a hundred and forty three pounds. Oh, wow. Interesting. Yeah. Theory, right? But when I told our guest in lay about Ben's letter hit a totally different, read Avery years, there will be many people who would contact, Fred, and trying to one way or the China to get for it to somehow endorse so promote a commercial product. So if Fred sound a little touchy, that's why I said I need to see the original letter because Fred had no patience for people who want to use children's media to sell commercial products to children. He has so little patience for that. And he thought it was awful about it fed never sold out in that is unique in children's programs. So you have diapers with Elmo, right? Right. You, you have Dora the explorer backpacks and but you don't see Mr. Rogers face or the face of any of the original..
"rogers" Discussed on The Longest Shortest Time
"You know, agreeing to something so crazy, like it's h tractor. First of all, I want to see this. You know what it is. Well, they're usually three or four of these box. This is a clip from mister Rogers neighborhood in nineteen Eighty-three. Ben's dad actually combed the archives of the show and sent me a list of episodes to watch. But this is a package of Graham crackers. You ever eaten a Graham cracker. I really liked then watched Fred happily talk about Graham crackers which are basically cookies and fortune cookies, which are definitely cookies. With food coloring and vanilla, the food color and gives the cookie there, yellow color and vanilla makes taste like like. Fats very pretty to watch. Looks like a painting. Does. Not only did Fred, make these sugary treat. Sound beautiful. Keep featured the factories where they were made. No, you know they had me and my parents and all my friends trying to play Gotcha game of, oh, so process sugar is okay. But not, you know, Garrett, deli chocolate house this early lesson and hypocrisy served youth through the rest of your life. I mean, I still have sort of like a fence for pointing out hypocrisy and I'm, you know, pretty politically engaged person. You know somebody who's on social media lot, and it's definitely something I pick up on. So I sort of in some ways trace it back to this. This is like my the original sin poxy in my life. Mr. Rogers didn't really mind touring factories that made suites by knock Ben's idea, could have been a hit show. Chocolate factories were trending back then. Hashtag willy Wonka. So I told Ben, I would investigate and see if there's more to this rejection that were missing. I promised get backed him by the end of the show. In the meantime, we'll take a make believe trolley all the way to Latrobe Pennsylvania calling the co director of the Fred Rogers center who can explain why. Unlike Ben, most of us did hang on Fred's every word. And by those words, still resonate stay with us. Advertising. Joining me now, is Hillary Frank, the crater in executive producer of the show, hey, Entra we both were bras. We do a fact. I'm wearing my third love broad right now. So am I brought twins? And the reason why we reach for our third love bra is because it fits so third love. His always had lots of sizes with half-cup sizes. They now have.
"rogers" Discussed on The Longest Shortest Time
"We'd come home from school and the whole TBS afternoon programming was sort of taken care of. And we were like a public TV house when I was a kid. Mr. Rogers was agreeing who cared about kids feelings. The thing about mister Rogers is that he talks directly to you. So you're having this like one on one connection with mister Rogers, and you're looking at him and he's looking at Yunis talking to you. It's a beautiful day in this neighborhood beautiful day per a neighbor would you could be mine. Mister Rogers neighborhood. The show aired on PBS from nineteen sixty eight until two thousand one which means it's likely that this trolley sound is eerily familiar even if you haven't heard it in a while. This is the longest shortest time. I'm Andrew Lindsay. Right now we are at peak mister Rogers, missed all Jeb. There's a documentary out called, won't you be my neighbor? There's even a Fred Rogers movie in the works starring Tom Hanks as Mr. Rogers, Tom Hanks clearly sky left a Mark on us. This kind hearted or Dane minister with degrees and childhood development who loves to slowly tie his shoes. Today, we're going to hear some of the most surprising ways. He impacted some view as kids and how that stuck with you through adulthood. Plus June lead the director of the Fred Rogers centre. He's going to explain what Fred got about feelings. The little kid ones and the big grownup wants to. Raina and Minneapolis was four years old. She remembers watching Mr. Rogers on her family's TV downstairs back then she was convinced that he could see her to all the proof in the world that he can cause he talks to you. Right? Like he's talking to you in the program. So I'm like, we can't tell me. He doesn't see me because he's talking to me for your old brain is like, that makes perfect sense. Rain is kid logic kept going until she got another idea that Mr. Rogers somehow like omnipresent in all, watching. And then he knew me from the television that in the bathroom. So I refuse to take a bath. 'cause Mr. Rogers might see me years later, his no longer afraid of this. I was in grad school in found record sleeve in the trash, and it was Mr. Roger sing along songs for growing families in kids. And I hung the records, leaving my bathroom. Mr. Rogers would be able to see me all the time for Cecile in Portland, Oregon Chattan thought about mister Rogers for years until one day. She was washing her hands in public bathroom. And the Billy Joel song came on. You just. Mater, think of Mr. Rogers her at the time she needed Buzek for her side gig..
"rogers" Discussed on The Box Of Oddities
"Then there's the story of ronald wayne who owned ten percent of the stake of apple computer in the early days and sold his historic early on for eight hundred dollars if he had stayed with it it'd be worth thirty five billion today well i mean is that luck more is that not jury that's that's just a bad decision there was woman named janine rogers and she had a run of really bad luck she slipped off a ship's deck into the water this was like a cruise ship she was backing up to have her picture taken and she flipped over into the water and so we're friend ran to get help and slipped and knocked herself out oh no you're never supposed to run stack not poop decks are slippery in early makes me think that maybe they were cruising with the three stooges they ultimately turned the ship around and founder she's very lucky but then she was struck by lightning once and then struck by lightning a second time different time she almost got strangled to death by her husband she was she was mugged that's not lack that's just a dick for husband she had a bet stuck in her hair at one point digging into her scalp in the neighbors wouldn't help her bands and then she was at a public swimming pool one time and she was trying to get out of the water and she slipped and she grabbed hold of somebody in front of her and pulled his swim shorts down and it was mr rogers fred rogers she pants mr rogers mike so that probably made up for a lot of her bad luck i don't know that she would see it that way i had a very similar experience years ago you pants fred rogers no but i saw captain kangaroo's bare ass well tell me more about this sir i was doing a broadcast at disney world in orlando when you working for a radio station down there we did a lot of stuff with disney sure and at the time disney was running a new captain kangaroo show on the disney channel and it was very short short lived and it was the last few days of this guy's life bob kishan and so he comes over to do an interview with us and he's wearing his baggy captain outfit and like i said he was really getting up there in years at the time so he was kind of frail in his in his in his captains outfit didn't fit very well so after the interview he stood up and his pants got caught in the folding chair and pulled his captains pants down around his knees just as i turned around and in the captain's asks was about six inches from my face so yeah that was that was a magical day in the magic kingdom he will have the best not many people can say they were six inches away from captain kangaroo's bare ass you're welcome according to wonders list on november thirtieth nineteen fifty four and hodges was just taking a nap in her home in alabama just you know just kicking it okay when a freaking meteorite fell out of the sky and hitter in the hip now what are the odds of that think about this for minute when did the meteor begin its journey and from how far away probably thousands of light years away in over that time it zeroed in on an hodges hip yet but did she die no she didn't well then she's the luckiest i've never even gotten to touch a meteorite well but the thing is the meteorite of course is very valuable thing and then after she was recovering everybody was trying to steal it from her so she didn't get to reap any of the financial benefits of being hit by a meteorite she ended up donating it to a museum or something like that so let's not about the financial aspect of it it's a meteorite and it's so cool you want to see a picture of her hip you so cool that's so cool that's not cool that's horrifying that poor woman hit by a meteorite while now she's fine she's probably dead now now the story of violet jessop she's got a great name i shouldn't tell you that a great name her first mistake was getting on the titanic yeah no she did survive that but then she got on the tanic.
"rogers" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"And before you started as officer clements you were pursuing a career as an opera singer you won the metropolitan opera editions in nineteen sixty eight you've performed over seventy roles you've won a grammy yeah thank you thank you what made you decide to make space for mister rogers i go again money right right right no i was in grad school and i was working part time and church the jewish synagogue me in jersey city i did oratory with orchestra i did solo stuff you put a mini different jobs together and order to pay the rent and so i did this concert at easter time on good friday and fred came to that and he heard me sing and he had never heard something that deeply meaningful before and that's when he asked me to come on his program and then he talked to me about being office clemens and i said we'll the police officers frequently were the villains in the ghetto in the black community and i can't talk on this kind of program about some of the things that i knew the policemen were doing but he convinced me to try in order to change the image of policemen so they were seen as helpers instead of villains it's amazing could i do think you could sing a little bit for us old girl yes i've always ready he's got the whole his his god the whole arrive his his god the whole oh right his his got the whole his got that his had got a little time ride his hand he's got a little time got the whole world he's gonna do he's got a new his his got he's.
"rogers" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Bellflower change your apartment change your wife so goldblum am my right luca terrible i to my best friend came up with it so i can't say that but maybe sousse for god's sake visit green grocer let's go to the next movie which is apparently a documentary about fred rogers mister rogers which is called won't you be my neighbor the only the only factoid i ever learned that just got me nuts about fred rogers was he was a swimmer and he used to swim naked in his in the pool in pittsburgh where he lived his whole life i think saying he swam naked so if people came interview him he had to get out of the pool it was just like a lyndon johnson tower really odd is this is the bathroom have we waited for this have we waited for this documentary well we have in this documentary i this is going to i think this is going to be a huge rb g is the hit of the summer by the way right yeah we talked about that this week we did yes it really is but i think this is gonna be the next one because this is a movie whose time has definitely come i mean it's a it's a it's a kind of investigation chronicle of how he started mister rogers neighborhood in the legacy of it and just i didn't realize you know in addition to being do get into that although he's not naked in the scenes but he was he was an ordained pastor i mean he went to seminary and he saw the show and he saw television as his vocation and his means of emmanuel ism and so it kinda grounds the show in spiritual mission and truth that i found really moving and then the way that it kind of moves us into our present day in terms of like whoa what's going on what have we become here's a man who dedicated his whole life to treat treating people well and fostering compassion and kindness and tenderness with one another and it really sets you back on your heels in terms of where are we right now with those values that he is not revealed to be a terrible person wonderful i wonderful as a kid yet.