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Suffolk DA slams Boston judge for demanding defendant appear in court despite pandemic
"A a justice justice on on the the state's state's highest highest court. court. Stop a local judge from making defendants come to court in person WBZ Suzanne Sauce Ville has the story. To say Rollins is frustrated is an understatement Ground on date, because if it is, I'm not happy. It's the second time in two weeks, Rollins has had to ask a judge in the SJC to stop Boston Municipal Court Judge Mark Somerville. From violating the court's own covert 19 policy of allowing defendants to appear in court virtually which is permitted and actually required in certain circumstances, And then when they don't he is issuing warrants, which is potentially taking away their liberty And Rollin says it's costing taxpayers money. You know if we were able to get costs Out of this. I would be asking for that because it's a complete waste of my time. My staff time I requested comment from the judge with PMCs media relations, but have not heard back. Suzanne Saz Bill WBZ, Boston's news radio president, Trump addressing the G 20 summit today
Boston - Suffolk DA Rollins Vacates Another 100 Drug Lab Convictions ‘Forever Tainted’ By Annie Dookhan
"Suffolk D. A. Rachel Rollins files a motion to vacate 108 more drug convictions linked to disgrace drug lab chemist Annie to con Yukon formerly worked at the State Department of Public Health Drug of Abuse Lab and pleaded guilty to falsifying evidence impacting more than 30,000 cases. Rawlins, making the motion to vacate the convictions, which were not overturned by the Supreme Judicial courts, ruling in 2017, she says these cases there forever tainted by Dickens conduct even if the drug convictions were obtained without her direct involvement.
Victoria Montgomery Brown - co-founder of Big Think
"Hey, they're Freedom Fighters. My name is Andrew and I'm the founder of mixergy where I interview entrepreneurs about how they built their businesses and joining me is someone whose company I've watched for years. It's called Big think and I remember when I realized how incredible their original videos were one of my guests. Jason freed found her base camp deduction with them and it wasn't just proud to show his video. And again, this is a site that was Victoria who are some of the big guests that you had on in the early days who were were speaking on camera unbelievable in the very early days. We had Elon Musk Richard Branson Larry Summers who was a former treasury secretary dozens of others. Really Moby's interesting laying off one of her first guess Henry Rollins. Henry Rollins, yes your name and people that I've even forgotten have been talking about musicians business people people who lead countries they were on the platform and such a strong read. Jason freed was proud to be associated with them. But he was also proud of the look of the video. One of the things that Victoria did was she created this beautiful white background beautiful white everything everything was almost disappearing except for the big thinker who was on camera isolated with nothing but their their thoughts and so Jason was so proud of how he looked to who he was with he shared it. He also was proud of the process that they took to record. It was just this incredible process and I realized something what they brought to online video wage. The time was full of Just Junk. It was people who were posting these 30 second clips of a boy whose finger was bitten by his brother was cute and viral, but it was meaningless. She was bring gravitas. She was bringing Big Ideas. She was bringing big personalities who would who would want to be in books not on on online video and she was turning it into a business and over the years. I kept an eye on the business and there are a couple of things that have been wondering about how they grew as a Content business how they raise money and so on and so when I heard that Victoria Montgomery brown, one of the co-founders of big think wrote a book I read it and I thought I was going to read all the ins and outs of the business Victoria what you did with your book digital goddess, the unfiltered lessons of a female entrepreneur was dead. You talked about everything that I can't get entrepreneurs too easily talk about on mixergy nervous breakdowns relationship problems eggs who talks about that dude who showed up in a bathrobe anyway, so I really like the book. I read cover-to-cover.
Suffolk DA Rollins Issues List Of 136 Boston Area Police Officers Accused Of Misconduct
"A new public record, making it easier to identify noncredible cops in the Boston area. We find out more from W busies match here. 136 names appear on the list of Suffolk County cops with credibility issues. District Attorney Rachel Rollins released the spreadsheet last night at nine PM as a large protest took place downtown, calling for police reform. Along with each officer's name. The list includes their agency alleged misconduct and any repercussions they faced. The recent state police overtime scandal is the most common offence. But other more serious allegations include assault with a deadly weapon and rape. Prosecutors are required by law to notify the defense of these matters if an officer is to be a witness in a court case, the Boston Globe and pressure DEA Rollins into making this list public after she initially refused. Middlesex in Norfolk counties have already published their lists. Others are working on it.
"rollins" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Rollins in 1989 playing Tennessee Waltz. One of those oddball selections Rollins is known for. Plays unlikely or UN cool tunes not to be arch, but because he likes them. Like so many good things, and Rollins is music. You can trace such choices backto the later 19 fifties. When he knocked out a slew of classic albums, including Work Time Saxophone Colossus a Night at the Village, Vanguard, Freedom, Sweet and Way Out West. I'm an old cowhand 1957 Sonny Rollins, his first idol with saxophonist Coleman Hawkins, with his big imposing tenor, sound and sophisticated soloing. And Rollins was a protege of Polonius Monk who sounded like no one else made generous use of space and minded the melody while improvising. Rollins embraced all those qualities just mentioned. His rhythm could be slippery and his solos were praised for their exceptional coherence. He's a thinking person's improviser. This is.
"rollins" Discussed on Fresh Air
"This message comes from NPR sponsor capital one welcome to banking reimagined capital. One checking and savings. Accounts have no fees or minimums and a top rated banking APP that lets you manage your money anytime anywhere. Check on the account balance deposit checks, pay bills, and transfer money on the go. This is banking reimagined. What's in your Wallet Capital One NA member FDIC. We're celebrating the ninetieth birthday of Tenor Saxophonist Sonny Rollins by listening back to an interview from our archive recorded in nineteen ninety four. Rollins who has not performed in public since twenty twelve is regarded as one of the greatest improvisers in the history of Jazz. When we left off, we were talking about how heroin was part of the jazz scene when rollins was starting out as a teenager and how he started using. It must have been your parents worth nightmare when you entered the jazz world and then started using Oh yeah. Oh. Yeah. Well, you know my mother was pretty since I was a baby my mother really. She's stuck by me regardless of what I did see what is really In my corner but I had a lot of problems from the rest of my family, my father, my grandmother. really were pretty down on me and the and my siblings. They didn't really understand where I was coming from anyway so but. I have to say that my mother really. Believed in me all the way and I'm really happy that I was able to get myself together. Before she left the scene. So she kinda saw me make start to make wreckage and so unlike black bats site sort of made her. Feel that It just wasn't exactly all in vain. You know were you ever arrested Oh? Yeah. Oh. Yeah. Resurrect soon. Fortunately I had to. Get involved with the justice system and all of this stuff you know, but I was always lucky because. I was able to get involved with me programs in prison right? And in those days, there were other. Musicians there you know so. Did, it scare you when you imprison yourself, what? What, what, what am I doing here? Yeah. It scared me a lot. It scared me. Ludd but again, I was lucky because I could play an instrument and and. A lot of the other prisoners new of May. So I immediately had respect from them. But of course you know being locked up is is is no is no joy reid. How did you straighten out? Well It took a little while but I slid back a couple of times and everything. But I eventually had gotten down to the complete bottom. So I couldn't have gotten any worse. You know I mean I was really in in complete What was the bottom while the bottom was was sleeping in Park cars and in garages knowledge stuff. And what we used to call in those days carrying the stick. Carrying this. Meant that you were homeless I. Guess Today they would just say guys homeless. But I did this mainly when when when I was in Chicago. Chicago is was where I sort of. Reside there on my own in New York even though I was. Persona non grata at home I always perhaps Get by Sneak into house at something but when I was really away from from home I really. Had, to Pay. A lot of dues as we used to say, how would you protect your horn during the periods when you're homeless role in protect my haunt I mean i. Didn't have a Hawn really. Will you barring other people's Brian Other People's Yeah. What did you learn about yourself during that period? Well. What I learned about myself well, I learned that I had the strength to. Get over something which was really Deep. and. I think one of the things that I'm always always feel good about myself was that I was able to. Overcome. That because I really had to struggle, you know when I came came away from the hospital when chime and I went back to the nightclub, it was really the classic scene of the old jug pushes standing there saying come on man come on you know and this is good and I really went through the classic scene of getting myself. You know saying well, Gee, if I go with them wouldn't be so bad it's just one time and Maybe. I should do it and. Why not and this, and then the other part of me saying no, don't do it. You know I mean the real classic. Battle between good and evil right and wrong whatever you WANNA call it. but anyway I one out. And that's one one thing that I really feel good about myself. You know I really went into the lion's den. And came out alive, and then after that, it increasingly got easier and easier. To say no to Jugs, which which really had a debilitating. Thing for people that do. Once you found that strength and knew that you had it. How else will you able to use it in your life? Well. Then I felt I could do anything you know and And I could get back to what I really wanted to do, which is my Music how does that strengthen your music? Well, I don't know I. Think Actually I think I always had Had strengthened my music even when I was a kid and I used to. Practice for hours and hours and hours at a time I mean I I always had something within myself which. Enabled me to be alone and play and get into what I'm doing and not. Think about anything else in really get into stuff myself so. Actually, by getting rid of these negative elements averages.
"rollins" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast
"Armand enlists. I'd love to know how you deal with guilt when you do slip up I, stopped unnecessary material purchases, but sometimes a cave and make spontaneous purchases, which then led to guilt. How do you react to this? Funny about this? Is that you that's how I react all my guilt. Of the question is fascinating, right? Because she says here that I've stopped unnecessary material purchases. But sometimes, I make unnecessary material. and. Like there's a weird sort of denial here right and what role does denial play in guilt. Can I tell you a story from Ireland with us is guy goes to this bar every week. This guy she must right on. He always orders four pints of beer. All right. So always for drinks, four pints of Guinness Bump Dasa. Every one week he comes in and yours three pints again us on the bar mounds pour in the Guinness. He says you always by four pints, of Guinness, never ask why noise. Suddenly it's three pints against what's going on and she says, Oh, he says, he says the onus with the I have two brothers and a father, and they're all in different parts of the world, and so every week little ritual I order pint for all of us drink in honor of. House beautiful, but he said very sad to say my father passed away. So I'm just having a drink for me and for my two brothers, lots of beautiful. Sorry for your loss, right? So six months goes by and then she comes in and he orders two pints of Guinness. The BAR MOM feels guilty and says like I don't want to pry. But as something happened to one of your brothers and she says, no, no, no, he says, no noises doctor's orders. I've had the stop drinking. I Don, that's a structure that we're all in a way we can sometimes. Be talking about environmental issues while making it all necessary journey or whatever. We bizarrely do the very activity that we're disciplined. Is Good. So so if I'm talking to to life pockets here, the thing is you're saying is I'm imperfect. Yeah, and I know. You are imperfect. Yeah. Wait a minute. I. Of course, you might slip up or you might just realize the the purchase you you made to be more charitable. Here you thought might be necessary or or value adding in a way was not. It did not accomplish the thing that you want. Now you can, of course, set some boundaries up beforehand to help you make better decisions going forward. Right. There are simple rules you can set like we call the thirty thirty rule, it's basically if something. Something costs more than thirty bucks. Wait thirty hours at least gives us some time to reflect and you realize that time like, Oh, the thing I thought I, needed I. Don't actually need an probably won't get much value from, and so I'm going to abstain from that. They're also, we have this thing, six questions asked before buying. But one of those questions is, is this the best use of this money because money is a resource that Is Not Unlimited at least not for most of us, and so if I have one hundred bucks and I can afford to buy this hundred dollar thing is that the best use of this hundred dollars or would I get more value from spending that hundred dollars in a different way, and so there's some questions I think you can ask. Before you make the purchase. But if you are in that position now where you have made the purchase, it's a sunk cost and you're going to have to move on because you or you can continue to carry that guilt with you in perpetuity, but I think it's going to serve you much if you continue to cling to it. And you could in light of the conversation we've had is also go thought guilt that I'm feeling. That's a sign of my freedom because they in terms of this whole conversation, it's like saying that what? What? That person? What was the person's name? Sorry. Wife pockets life. Pockets. L. LP's experiencing. Is this this bean between who they are and who they would like to be? and we all live between who we are, who would like to be what we have, what we'd like to have, and that experience of guilt is dot experience of one's freedom, and if you can just shift your experience of that, you can go, yeah. You might want to change or whatever thought shoes at your human. Echo like A. so you snap at me. And say I i. then you feel guilty. So you feel guilty because he's not that me. If I, you know we're in a relationship, I say the it's okay. Like new. You're stressed. That's forgiveness of data is sued the lock on the guilt that you're feeling. The death that you're feeling is night disappeared. And then that actually leads to an improvement in wants behavior. That's the kind of logic that I'm talking about, and this is displacement of displacement is is where you tick anger, that's this generated in one place and you put it somewhere else. So I, really obvious examples if you have a child. And you're having to get up and look after the kid all the time you can get annoyed at your kid. But. You can't be order your kid because your kids are. So, you show at your partner, right everyone news hop. Onto your partner goes like, Oh, you're displacing or you had a tough day at work. He concentrated your boss or you'll get fired. So you come try to your partner and your partner if it's a healthy relationship will go. Oh Yeah, that's displacement. They had a difficult at work except. A lot of maturity. You get the dog bit. But if if you have an and they forgive you as they go off of Kay, listen I know you've had to get up three times tonight on feed the kid. So the foxy shy dot may I completely understand? Don't even give it a second thought. You experienced the forgiveness, you the guilt diminishes. And and and you'll probably. Improve the here over time. Yeah. Yeah, absolutely, I think the best way to get your partner to that maturity level is you start to do it yourself. Because, I, know with Like Mariah and I will I don't, it's like the silliest things Like we'll, START I'll start talking about I don't know like masks, for example, and I'll say like I could see why people are at this place where they're upset with masks and then Mariah, will say, this isn't an actual argument. I'm just trying to think of an example national say something like, Yeah. But people shouldn't be at that place and a pure. She just were Massimo. Yeah. I know. But I'm just trying to say here's why they got and we start to like butt heads on silly subject like I'll stop and I'll be like. All right. Like. This is like getting, we're getting angry for no reason about this subject that has nothing to do with our immediate lives was what he was talking about earlier with the the creationism where someone that you respect you can't came along and said, Hey, this doesn't matter and sometimes I think we can do that. Yeah. And so when you step up to be that mature person makes your partner went to be that mature mature person also, absolutely, that's why we used to do think cody evangelism project where we went, I took a group of people to be evangelized by different say religion. And the idea was not so much that you were evangelized by the other religion..
Three best friends who went fishing in Florida were found murdered, sheriff says
"Manhunt in Florida after a triple murder, three close friends, beaten and shot dead while on a fishing trip. The sheriff called Get a massacre authorities revealing grisly details, saying one of the victims managed to call his father for help. After being shot around 10 PM Friday, 23 year old Damien Tillman arrived to the remote area to go fishing with his friends. Officials saying as he was being murdered, 30 year old Kevin Springfield and 27 year old Brandon Rollin showed up and were shot Rollins making that phone call. Investigators are not revealing what the victim told his father on the phone before he died.
Billy Joel Proves He's Still the Piano Man While Playing Discarded Piano on Long Island Sidewalk
"I found out during the last segment when I was playing the mystery audio of Who's playing the piano on the side of the road, it turns out is Billy Joel. Who stopped last month when he saw piano discarded on a sidewalk. On Long Island in Huntington. And it was captured on video, the piano man himself playing a piano, playing an old ragtime songs Great and then enquiring about the piano that somebody had just left on the sidewalk. Well, so said, Hey, I had a Billy Joel encounter one time and Sue proceeded to tell me the story. Like so, we We gotta tell the the audience then we got to share this other show. So So had an encounter with Billy Joel. So you think it was? What, 1981? Yes, anywhere between 80 81. Why? What happened? What was your encounter with Billy Joel? I was I was doing an overnight soft rock show at my college station W. P. R K in Winter Park, the park or the park PR PR Kate was its Winter park. It would be PRK for one for W for winter and then PRK for Park went right as opposed to wk RP. What school was that? That's what was that? Rollins? Yeah, that was Rollins. Rollins down in the basement of the library right there. Just What kind of rate it wasn't on the air. I was, like one of those little carrier current things. No, no, it was it was. It was a very small but it was it was over the air. On dit was endowed by some really, really rich guy like in the twenties who insisted that from 6 86 p Nothing but classical music got played. So wait is so we were stuck with that. And then from six p 26 Say we did whatever we wanted. Whatever you want it, right. So you were you were a deejay back then. I was a deejay. I was the news director. I was, Yeah. Oh, like I could just imagine it now. Hi, everybody. It's so drink case and I'm playing some music for you. Oh, yeah, Pretty much. I m not a deejay. Now. The reason why I got the job because I was a double foreign language Major. I could pronounce all the classical crap during the day. Double foreign language. The German one of them with German Spanish. Okay, Go ahead. I So what's the story with Billy drinks? So it's like two in the morning and the phone rings in the studio. And I answer it and he's like, Hi. This is Billy Joel. I wanted to know if you have time for a couple of questions, and I'm like, Yeah, right, and he's like, no seriously, he said. I want to do a show on my next tour. In Orlando, and I'm calling some radio stations to see what the best venue is. And I said, Yeah, right. Okay. I just I must have said that 10 times. So eventually I said, Listen, man, I says nice talking to you. But if you're really Billy Joel sing piano man to me and I'll decide if it's really you. So? So he sings the first verse. You know, it's not a clock on a Saturday and he stopped after a few bars, and I'm like, okay, everybody knows that much. Keep going. I said, at least get to the la la lah di dah. Okay, So so s so he thinks the next verse and does, though the Lala did it, and I'm like, and then he did the things I know the whole course and everything I said okay. So who's the friend of yours at the bar? And and then he goes. And now John is at the bar is a friend of mine, and he finished exams back back in those days. I mean, he'd already had a bunch of hits. I mean, what piano may came out like, 1970 I think As I was doing his own research. What, then use the play? He's making his own Cole, his wife, Whichever wife that was at the time was his manager, and he and she did all this, You know, groundwork
"rollins" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast
"But the album is an abbreviation of the sessions. Great Way to put an end to get the. You've heard the album many many times in your life. But when you hear the sessions. Now you're hearing fun house and there's only one way to understand funhouse in this holistic way. You gotta sit down and you gotta pull out every single LP and you got to put them on and just do it like seven hours. It up as over as many nights as you want not too many nights as the just push it. And then funhouse will register to you in your mind in a way that is literally impossible for to do. If you just listen to the thirty three minute LP version, yeah! And that is profound, and not even a CD. Version got me there. On that visceral. Like. Wow, this is bigger than me I. Mean I us you know sitting in my living room alone doing. Two to three LP's a night with my jaw on the.
"rollins" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast
"And they've been gone norms. Wasn't that the term they used? North and it was wron- who knew who don was from I believe his Bandana the good times also i. think the band all kind of collectively. That don played keyboard on Louis Louis with the kingsman at age fifteen. That's pretty cool. This totally cool, but past that it was the electra establishment trying to record, and apparently some members of the band were friendlier than others and Don Fifty years on. Is really funny about all this stuff and we have it in the liner notes. We have a lot of don in the liner notes because it is what it is, there's not a lot of people left to talk about the sessions. Like who was there. We're down to like a couple of people. Yeah, so. Why we kept on. Hindu seat all afternoon kind of squeezing him like this intellectual orange to get every possible anecdotal drop of juice out of. Those three it was a brilliant like almost or our conversation that I had with Don just about fun house and he. Is Recall is staggering. Yep, he remembered every single bit of it is like I could see it now, and he would talk about the way the music made him feel, and the color said he saw. This is not a dude who is like into psychedelics or anything like that he was not. You know straight as an Arrow but. The same kind of feeling that you get the record. If you truly notice record, he had that exact same feeling. There's a reason why that record sounds like. It sounds he had real. Deep inadvertent personal connection to the songs into this ban, and it's truly reflective of his care. For the way that those songs were recorded in way, they're put together and also Brian as A. Astoundingly good engineer fresh from Barbra, streisand sessions coming in in contrast in making it sound or the reason why that record sounds so good, you can hear the partee before they go into a take. is sounds like Ross and the stooges got along. It's funny the way they've banter back and forth, and even Achey, who can you know? Sometimes be you know he's kind of like the wolf at the at the edge of the Campfire is not gonna come that close. Even he seemed to get along with Ross I think may Ross's maybe the warm water. You know the the kind of the go between. There's a thing that Don said in the interview. That I thought was fascinating and I know Jason's can remember this. We asked we kind of went through the whole thing Karna. Logically we're now. We're kind of like an hour. Three or four, and we're kind of you. Know rounding the Horn. And I said okay, so the band finishes the sessions. What's mixing like? And he said well. There's not much to mix in that. It is what it is and I, said. What do you mean he said? How different. Are The outtakes in sound. To the album and I said they sound the same. He said there you go. It's off on the tape. Who basically they just use the levels they recorded with and you know obviously. Q. Little little this little of that, but what you have for the most part. Yeah, there's a guitar over here there. What you have is a bona fide live recording live vocals. Lives, grizzly thing was iggy and ISO booth. Did he say anything about that? Or was he in the room with the Mike with the APPS blaring here here? It is in the room. No separation dawn line them up like he saw them on stage like with the base here, drums guitar there and the singer. Literally out front I think with an E. V.. Mike, yeah, and he said that iggy would stare at. He come right up to the glass. And just kinda stare at them and so imagine that for a week and some of your life of these young. Intense men from the Midwest kind of glaring at you as they go through this like total savagery and the lead guys is Kinda steering. Well Don said we asked on. We're like so like. What was the rapport amongst the ban? was there like some grand vision or anything like that and was like? No, not really, they didn't really talk much. was there a rapport of like? Oh, was that a good take? You Know Oh. Let's do that when again. Like no, not really. We just kind of knew we would just kind of look at each other and kind of you know. We knew when it was when the job was done on. The particular song that they were recording. In that way, Don kind of became a you know a momentary stooge. because. We asked you know. What was it like day to day said they'd come in. And he wasn't exactly sure the exact time of day, but I guess they would start in the daytime. And he said they would just walk in and put their. You'll guitars on. And he said one thing. He said they didn't even talk much amongst each other, they just got to work. I said so when you know, it's the take, said we all just new. And so I went through and took notes on all the takes, and except for one song maybe nineteen seventy. They use. The last take! And some of these songs loose I think there's like twenty one takes it it. It's just like it's so. And the lyrics change. I mean the first sets of lyrics. And is very funny. you when you get the box that you can listen for yourself does like yeah sure we'll put that on the radio. Said something. He said Yeah. We'll have we'll have. The strippers come into the teachers luncheon. Why?.
"rollins" Discussed on KCRW
"Fanatic Henry Rollins here that was the sunny boys attract. We have played on the show many, many times from the record Sunny boys that was the Sonny boy is doing happy man. And before that, from the cool green house from their new LP, the cool Green house, you had a track called prospects before the cool green house, crooked bangs from crooked bangs to attract called We are gold. We started with Johnny's Standish was recording under the name of John in from the supernatural 12 inch. Your truck called You can leave the Vampires. We're going to spin that hard drive and come back with a brand new. I mean, brand new music from gorilla toss, so please stay tuned. I'm Warren on Leon to the point. Covad, 19 spells trouble ahead for Republicans. The Corona virus outbreak is now literally burning through the sun ball. Will they start wearing masks in Florida, Arizona and Texas and voting for Democrats on are to the point broadcast. Phonetic as you might be. I'm on a few mailing lists from labels and bands wouldn't get their heads up and try and get in there and get a record before Cool. Kids get him before I do. And so I'm on the gorilla Toss mailing list. I don't know how you do it. I guess you go to their band campsite. You sign up for it? I don't know, but I've been on it for years. Anyway, I got the heads up. The gorilla toss has a new seven inch out and so I went to the bank campsite. And I bought the tracks so we could play them on the show. And so right now, Brand new gorilla toss This track is called human Girl..
Families Of Men Killed By Boston Police Ask Prosecutors To Reopen Cases
"Meanwhile in Boston last night another demonstration as hundreds were taken to the streets protesting police violence it was put together by the mass action against police brutality it started outside of the Suffolk district attorney's office DA Rachel Rollins was called upon to reopen cases of officers who were fatally shot a black
Markey, Harris, Booker to introduce resolution calling for elimination of qualified immunity
"Meantime Massachusetts senator ed Markey is teaming up with fellow senators Cory Booker and Kamala Harris they're introducing a new resolution to end the concept known as qualified immunity a confessional Civil Rights Act of eighteen seventy one allows people to sue public officials including police officers we deprive them of their civil rights but the senator says the Supreme Court has granted police officers qualified immunity which sets standards for a lawsuit that would be so high that it would almost never succeed objective was to be able to find a prior case in which the courts have already gained the challenge use of course to be illegal but the case must also be in the same jurisdiction with the same facts the same context in the same conduct even the smallest distinctions between the cases result in a dismissal of the case on grounds of qualified immunity marquis went on to say that Congress has to act because the Supreme Court so far has refused to change their interpretation on this said hold that the Supreme Court would recognize the problems it created and take out any one of the more than a dozen qualified immunity appeals pending before but on Monday Monday of this week the High Court again hundreds he used to bring up those cases Suffolk County DA Rachel Rollins joining marquee for the presser today saying this concept has led to a rogue police officers believing they can kill with
Boy found unresponsive in river; flown to Boston hospital
"A six year old boy in New Hampshire pulled from a river unresponsive that boy rescued from the water and Rollins for yesterday firefighters got the call yesterday afternoon the family says they were out by a river when their boy went missing the water search went on for two and a half hours before the boy was found and pulled from the water and rushed to a local hospital we've learned he sense been taken to mass general we do have a call out to the New Hampshire state police who are handling this investigation they have not gotten back to us as of yet with an update on the boy's
"rollins" Discussed on After the Bell
"In my entire life and she's going to be just fine being pregnant making money doing alright so everything that Jim Cornet said is complete nonsense at just for her but for women all around the globe. It's just it's been honestly from for the most part aside from what we just discussed spin extremely positive. And I think everybody's just really happy for the last time you were on. Atv You and I were discussing. You're still a good guy so to speak at the time and we're kind of discussing the negative backlash of of some segments of the audience in the month. Since then you have evolved into the Monday night Messiah and sort of been able to channel all of that you know some of that angst in in real life feelings kind of in a in a different manner. How much fun have you been having with this new role kind of being able to do something outside of what you've done before? Yeah it's always fun to evolve in. It's scary to take chances end like characters and do something. You're not used to get kind of accustomed to doing what you're used to getting into this kind of this mode and and sometimes there's a stubbornness comes with that but there's also like a cool sense of adventure when it comes to just you know diving into character. You really start to lose ambition a little bit in you allow yourself to step outside of you know who you are so you kind of you know sometimes you you really feel like you're being judged as me this person and so when you're when you play such a character that's so far from you know who you are allows you to not to to let go of everything and you just sort of be this character in allow to explore different places and you can do different things with it. You can take chances like you know burnt down. Seth rollins when never have gone on television crazy hair in a big gloated belly on on insane but the Messiah would and so. It's fun to take chances to do things differently. So it's just it's been a lot of fun for me talk to me a little bit about year personal experience. You're a guy who has had the greatest moment of Wrestlemainia cashing in. You've been part of numerous main event. It's one the universal championship now. This year you're still with cabanillas. Guys had a long term story. Come to a head to culminate wrestlemainia. But you're doing it inside the performance center. What what is your approach. Knowing what you're dealing with head into this is real interesting because you know we had done a couple of laws leading up to Maine and we know one really got the hang of what this this no audience television product was. GonNa look or feel like but I did start to notice certain thing insane to translate when we didn't have a live audience Just some some kind of normal things that you do a wrestling match that I felt weren't working when I was watching the matches Kevin. I started this story back in November and we added all these pieces in took pieces out and we were dealing with a lot of craziness and look no bones about Kevin. I weren't the marquee match up. Show we just we. Weren't you know you had undertaker? Aj Styles you had a brain. John Senior now you had Roman and Goldberg initially turned into broadened Goldberg. But you had all the edge and Randy. Eddie's other high-profile Magic Becky Shayna that. We weren't at the top of the list. I guess it was extremely happy with the finished product that we we're able to to put on between you know a having spied months story. They turned into what it was and we were able to have. What I thought was one of the standout. I can't pull up with that. Dang Bone Yard match but it was. It was from an interesting perspective. It was pretty good with no definitely captured. That elusive wrestlemainia moment Kevin jumping off the wrestlemainia sign albeit emit performance center was still pretty impressive and I still as many times as we've gone to TV and seeing the WRESTLEMAINIA sign hanging.
Boston - DA Rollins Asks High Court To Vacate Drug Pleas Of 64
"Labs Suffolk DA Rachel Rollins wants to vacate the guilty pleas of sixty four people in cases indirectly linked to disgraced former chemist Annie Dookhan and Sonja farak their misconduct and fraud led to sixty one thousand drug charges white for the book books in a statement the DA says she asked the state's highest court to vacate the guilty pleas for sixty four people who were convicted without receiving exculpatory evidence she says their constitutional rights were
Becky Lynch announces she is pregnant, will step away from WWE
"Watch a little bit of WWE raw tonight because they had the big announcement where Becky Lynch announced that she was forfeiting her title that the money in the bank women's match last night was for the WWE women's raw women's title and she's forfeiting that title because she is gone she's gonna become a mom she's pregnant with Seth Rollins baby and there are a couple real life vector engaged engaged to be married sell they are a couple in real life so you're actually says that her pretty pretty awesome thing but she now she leaves is literally the most popular babyface character in the
"rollins" Discussed on Cheap Heat
"Ninety nine guess what. He's not a hall of Famer. He's only in because he got in twelve years before everything happened so it would never happen. The idea of somehow casting aspersions at wwe. Because they wouldn't do that. Are you out of your mind? Oh we'll just gonNA talk about the wrestling part. No we've talked about long stop. We're moving on. This is an insane thought. Not even worth any thought what is next week the new Jack Episode. I'm believed so I saw a trailer air force. The trailer look knots. I gotTa Tell You I am so here for a new documentary I really. I really am here for it. Yup March thirty first the life and crimes of New Jack. Yup I'm here. Because that is an interesting dude with their documentaries it gets dicey because like do I trust them to get? Was the real facts. I guess he's in it right yes to be. He's not someone you can't get an interview with. He does interviews all right but even still him telling the real facts. I mean you can interpret. You can interpret the facts. You know the way you interpret them. But I'm just interested in seeing him on TV. You know like he is just a hard. He's a hard guy to look away from. How do you know what the next one is no? Wwf BRAWL FOR ALL. Can you believe that there's an episode on that way? Why would that be dark size? Was it that dark. I don't think so I think people just I mean well Bart Gunn. They jumped on 'em enable people people got beat up. Never did it again. I mean draws was in it but nothing happened to him in that right. Nah Part Gun was okay doctor. Death was supposed to win right Who They thought was going to. You have a Barcode Bradshaw part gun late. Everyone the F. Out Damn why they do my man bradshaw like that though. Damn I don't know I don't know if we can relive that with my guy man. He's out here helping kids every day. I'll tell you what though the assassination of Dino Bravo. That's the one I'm interested in even more than the bed while with us law that will just like I mean that one. There's a David Schultz episode. Of course I don't need the Owen. Hart one go in there with Owen. Yup the second to last episode. Yeah I look forward to them like muddied up the facts on that one too I don't know if I need that. I've you know some of these ones. That are like really been done a lot. I just don't need Anything else says she that we need to hit from this week. Oh a W this week I I didn't watch. I watch most of the episode. There was A. We had the Chris. Jericho Matt Hardy Moment. They took off commentary this week. I'm guessing for health precautions. And they had Cody Rhodes with Salani Ray with Giovanni which is pretty good. I got to tell you. Shivani does pretty good in the lead seat. Giovanni still got it. What did what did you think? I noticed that Wwe move their hard camera this week to go like up the ramp as opposed to like the side. Wow I didn't I didn't quite realize that. That's what they did. But then people were saying that like they. They took back from Asia. W well listen. I I assume these guys are going to take from each other right now. I in in figuring out what this whole thing looks like i. I don't know if anyone's t I mean you got to experiment and try different things Trying to think what was the major. What were the major developments from raw this week? At rollins Promo was heat yet and that was the first time coming out in the empty arena. Now she has. You're hearing this. You have not heard the Interview with seth yet but I was SORTA surprised when I asked him if he was happy with her. Everything was the first with his character. The first thing he said was how annoyed he was a basically the way it started and that he felt he got the plug pulled on him and was not into how things went in Saudi Arabia. I mean come on. He thought he thought he was rushed. He thought he thought it got rushed. And I mean we did think it was weird title change. Everyone don't don't don't rewrite history. It was bizarre at the time but almost had to be that way. All right because like the fiend is built up to be unstoppable monster. They took like thirty five curbstone sledgehammers. Everything like that is no I never. I never thought the Phoenix. The title. Didn't think so either but they backed themselves into a corner of being like he on stop bullet he was the title so either cuts stops him. Which nobody who's believes that they Makuto should happen. Or you know seth job title and so I think I think set dropping the title would have been has worked out five. Everyone fiend not getting his hands on that title everybody loses the crowd definitely turns on set with they would do anyway but like you get solidified. Its locked in and then this feed character has no gas like he's done. Yeah no I hear you but I understand. Why didn't I understand why he wasn't throw the way it played out also Randy Orton accepts the challenge from edge. No big surprise there. We have a street profits. Match at Mania yes andrade an Angel Garza versus the St Paul. That's actually that's actually a fun match. It is and you know what Cedric Ricochet. They look like they made a good team. Andrade and Angel Gaza today look like they made a really good team. So you know those guys going at it. I think is going to be fun. I'll tell you what it's one week from. Now it's The fourth and fifth ww network. It is a big sink or swim moment for this time in in. Wwe also the story out this week. That Vince McMahon. Selling lots of stock. You hear about that yes I have I mean I guess he will do to get them through this and you know maybe beyond but my guess would be that after this. Just take a break. We'll take a break Comeback later when everybody's able to travel when you're able to actually put butts in the seats Don't don't risk during this too much. More than mania is like you know they had to get to many of the storylines. They have a lot that they were doing. They had to get dementia. Wrap it up. And now that they're they're just like ended after that though. Don't keep pushing it while we'll see us she. Jay Vincent Man has never met a challenge. She didn't like but he's met several that he didn't he lost the WWF name to some panda bear. So you gotTa know when the holdem. No win the folder. That is true. That is a case in which there was like. Hey there's nothing to do here trying to move on at this time right now. No they don't like the off season all the ideal offseason but but there's also a way to do like I said I said it last week. I met ascend on the live. I don't remember what I said but I thought it which is is just There's a way to do this. You know there's a way to still have content Have some interviews of skype interviews? Look back at classic matches their opportunities. There are ways to get things done here So agreed but new matches though like yeah. That's what I'm saying. I think you get away from the matches but still have a show every week. Yeah that's the Nice thing about having a library that's a million hours long. They have the house shows like hell under house share things we've never seen. Yeah there's so much content like I said do really. Cool skype interviews. There's so much you can do. So yes if it gets to that. That's what I say. It'll be a big sink or swim moment because if mania actually they pull it off and some out at turns out to be really entertaining then maybe it gets people geared up to keep doing this but if it kind of just feels like oh man they just got it done but this was not it and maybe yeah maybe encourage you to take a break and find another way to go. Frankly I think you get big number showing royal rumble matches and classic Wrestlemainia moments. I think they would do just fine. Fine Oh yeah of course because you know what as much as they give away the network there people who don't have who also tune in and how much every and how much bigger will it be when they come back. Yeah exactly. That's what they gotTA think down the road. I I wouldn't I wouldn't play around too much with Doing many matches after mania is still trying to like bring people into the PC because it's an interesting point as she Well listen As you just heard Sunday night look for us on instagram live. Maybe do some watch along. We'll record it as well I'm not guaranteeing that but I'm considering it's a strong consideration and then tomorrow five thirty stone. Cold Steve Austin on my g live. Make sure you send you. Continue to give us reviews. Show US love wherever you get podcast and will next week will definitely dip pristine on the show if not everybody but we've got to check in on democracy. 'cause yeah disaster out here listen. I saw him also as Mount Rushmore and said dip your psychotic here. You'RE NOT. You're worried about him and that's coming from me. Exactly we know how psychotic your gear. Ansi take it.
"rollins" Discussed on Cheap Heat
"Com slash cheap. Alright Sag thank you one more time to seth rollins man. It's a strange time in the world. Strange time in the WWe and cheap eat universes SAG. How are you? I'm doing good? I'm doing I'm doing all right. I'm survive in this the self quarantine that everybody's doing so far so good are you and it sounds like unlike a lot of people. You're actually doing it which I appreciate. Yeah for the most part running out to get groceries and stuff here and there as needed. Let'S FACE IT I. I've been known to run through run through rations and snacks. So you know this is a good time to Drop a few. Lb's I mean that way. You don't have to leave the house like how many times a week as she. Are you required to go out and buy more delicious? Cheddar actually haven't had to. I've just had a delicious chicken also. Delicious chicken run definitely. GonNa be GonNa be warranted but I think the last time we popped out to get anything might have been Sunday all right all right not. I mean not that good Jay. I'll be honest that's like regular grocery week. You might want to double down like I went out last. I went out one week ago today and the truth is I won't need to go out again at least for another week. I could probably go longer than that because I I think you have to make the call and like well. What are you missing like Iran? Correct Louis at right now. I ran out of Diet. Ginger Ale okay. Well I don't really need Diet. Ginger Ale you know what I'm saying so like in straight water but see. The problem is crystal vegetarian so she probably good for like another. She can go to like mid April Shaw easily see. I would think it will be harder for her. Though because of needing fresh fruits and vegetables goal frozen veggies a frozen foods are just as good like the students are still in there was true. You still gotta go little when you cook it. But you're fine. I mean given the circumstances you're gonna be just fine guest. She gets to go. So and so I I hope everyone's doing good. I don't want to spend a lot if you're okay with it. You listen to the morning show. You know how much I have to talk about this So I guess I'd rather just talk about happy things Well outside of the ring though we do have to start off with an unhappy thing. Roman reigns reports are being being released. A He's GonNa be replaced not going to be participating in this year's wrestlemainia which you know according to reports it's due to health reasons As we all know he's battled cancer went back into remission and now is not taking any chances as far as traveling back and forth performance center. So this year's show shows will go on without Roman reigns. This is In the words of Yankee former Yankee manager Joe Girardi or now you're Philadelphia phillies manager. Mine it's It's not what you want This is not what you want This is not the ideal optic. Of course you know having to atop two or three guy maybe top one depending how you look. If if he's talked to he's not two yet. I mean he's I guess that's an interesting conversation about whether we think he's sitting in the number one spot right now still. I guess you would argue. He is right. I mean the fiend is right there. Though in that conversation at the very at this very moment but I would have to think. It's those two right. Yeah easily I mean they show up everybody's instill into it and you know with Roman. I don't think it matters if he gets cheeto booed as long as he interacts. He's used to. He used to hear him hear in a mixed car anyway. So you don't just get away with saying you know the crowds born. He's over. He's not a top guy like as long as everybody's moved by what he's doing he's sitting in that spot so the idea that that Roman will have to be on the shelf Yes just not ideal I mean. I understand the decision. I guess we'll have. We learned any more or is it still mostly just speculation at this point. I think it's mostly speculation because I you know I was of the understanding that wrestlemainia been taped already. So I don't know that you know him pulling out yesterday was a thing. I don't know if this is a conversation that happened before And maybe somebody realized it when spoiler started to come out about Wrestlemainia but But yeah right now. It's it's mostly speculation but I guess we'll see on Saturday before Sunday April fifth. What actually happened just locked in something? Big Time Right now guys. Something big happened. So how you GonNa like this. I'm listening unlike the rest of the universe with bated breath. I just I just locked in tomorrow on instagram. Live tomorrow five thirty eastern this week last week. I did a Friday show this week. I'm doing the Saturday show. I just locked in five thirty eastern the Texas rattlesnake stone That's how you do it on Saturday. That's how you make people feel good a nice sit down with the Texas rattlesnake all talk about all that talk about Mount Rushmore. Why don't we have it with a guy who's likely on that Mount Rushmore? So follow me Rosenberg radio if you don't already but st he said he's down. I'M GONNA I. I had to explain to them how it works. But he's He's the he's game for it You going to be a with the stolen call. I'm I'm definitely pulling out of beer. It's gotTa Happen Happen. I don't have any Steve Weiser's though I got to see what I have in there. I think I only have like one beer left but dammit I'm a drake yet here. You can't let that go before Saturday. Nano THIRTY TOMORROW FIVE THIRTY. I will save that now. We'll have a drink with that son of a bitch anyways. So shot at Steve Austin and yes Based on a conversation I had on the other day. We had a war in the Jew world order this week about the mount luxury. I mean it got heated. It got ugly. It got scary got intense. It got shoemaker to pop up even got shoemaker to eventually pop up and he probably saw that he had one hundred twenty-five mistakes and then he eventually weighed in But yeah there was a lot of argument about John Cena now. Where did you end up landing? Is he on your Mount Rushmore. No no you hit. You hit my exact Mount Rushmore. Have been like that's been when pressed and like have to give the four that I would consider my Mount Rushmore. That's the four starring Brad. Savage flair Austin Yup Yup and. Now it's the four now. Do you admit that Hogan not being there as personal bias. No because this all look at it right hand style. Brett is the best wrestler. He's on there for being the Best Wrestler. Best Wrestler ever. Okay when you go to the MIC. The Rock is up there but I respect the classics. Saw Guy Give it to Ric flair on the Mike? Yep Best on the Mike Ever Alta Yup when you think of like iconic characters right you think people who who like character just transcended pro wrestler Randy savage off top. But you could put sold but someone could argue for Hogan there right. I gotta go randy savage. 'cause I mean like you said in the group chat the other days and snap into a Slim Jim. Oh year that the raspy everybody has already. Cyber Carson. They said everybody note. When you say Macho Man. Nobody thinks of the village people i. Everybody knows you're talking about and then when you take those three elements of wrestling at you combine them and the you plug it into like. Yo Your computer or your weird science machine say spit out someone with these elements you get stone cold so he has to be up there too. And that's the four for me period based on that actually a well. It's a well-crafted argument. I and I agree with it. I did not. I was shocked to hear dipper steen. Say Sina is on his I just I love. John is a good dude and he's talented. But I just don't. I guess the argument that was being made by and Zach was he. He's been the face of the business for the last. Fifteen years admire sponsor. That was so right. I just the appropriate response to that by the way you just. Because he's been the face of the business for the last fifteen years that doesn't mean that you're you're you're on the Mount Rushmore You know I I don't know I. It's just like what does seem to do well enough. What's the one thing? Sina does well enough. That puts him in that spot. I just don't think he has it. Yeah I don't either. I don't think you Russell's well enough. He's very good on the Mike. He's very good but he's not any of he's not flare. He's not Austin he's not rock he's better than Hogan on the Mike and I mean listen longevity he has it he has it completely on longevity. But you made a good point.
Health Policy Is Economic Policy
"Heroin. Stacey here this is indicated from planet. Money the story of the spreading corona virus and its potential damage. The economy seems to change every day. So let's take a quick stock of the measures that US policy makers of either put in place or proposed in order to limit that damage. I the Federal Reserve tried to give the economy boost by lowering interest rates. The idea here is that lower interest rates make it cheaper for companies and people to borrow and spend money and for his part. President trump has suggested that Congress should cut taxes specifically payroll taxes. Which would put more money directly into the pockets of workers. Congress has not yet taken up the idea instead. Congress is working on legislation that would spend about eight billion dollars to help. State and local government agencies deal with the virus contribute money to a vaccine and two other measures that would help combat the virus directly now something. That is both obvious and important about these ideas is that they are all reactive. They are responding to a growing problem and they are necessary in part because of a vulnerability in the US economy. That is only now getting attention. Because of the virus the country's public health infrastructure so says Dr Maria Syndrome an epidemiologist and research fellow at the Rollins School of Public Health at emory university. And it's because we don't like funding infrastructure. It's boring and when it works. Well we don't see that it has worked. Well we only see when it doesn't work. Well it's very very important that we fixed that problem of lack of preparedness because it it's right now we're seeing how the weak links in the chain are being exposed and we can be certain that this is not the last epidemic that we will deal with Dr Syndrome says public health touches every part of our lives including our economic activity and the corona virus. Because it is so contagious has made this really clear some environments. She says Heaven especially elevated risk of spreading the virus and in cases where people are at musical concerts or like for example the the NCAA tournament where people are going to be cheering and yelling and talking a lot. That's going to be a prime environment for the transmission of respiratory droplets respiratory droplets. You mean coughing right. I mean coughing but also you know people who are talking really loud or cheering can also spread respiratory droplets so not just coughing respiratory droplets are like when you're yelling screaming. Sometimes you see like the spittle leave. Somebody's mouth That's that's what you mean. That kind of thing. Yes a Louis doesn't have to be like such big drops but that is kind of the the biggest possible version of that Respiratory droplets if you like when I ride the subway. Those are the two words that are now going to be just going through my head and a little cycle drops. Thank you thank you but already. A lot of companies are canceling their participation in future conferences and other events because for events like these possibly the only thing that can be done to limit the spread of the virus is to cancel or postpone them altogether. If the risk becomes big enough you just lose that economic activity at least temporarily but Dr Syndrome says there are a lot of mundane daily activities. Were better health. Policy can help activities where people aren't yelling or cheering or spreading respiratory droplets but there is still a real risk of infection for example eating in a restaurant. The bigger concern about restaurants in the food and beverage industry. In general is that The workplace practices for a lot of a lot of those companies in that industry are very much that if you were sick you still need to come to work and that is because your your job security can be on the line if you don't come into work so that is one problem with the country's public health infrastructure. She says not enough people have paid sick. Leave which means if they do not come to work they will not get paid and that brings us to today's planet money indicator which is twenty seven percent and that is the share of all workers in the US private sector. Who Do not have paid sick leave. That is almost thirty. Five million workers a lot of these workers have very low paying jobs. Jobs that are heavily concentrated in restaurants. Waiters waitresses cooks and they also include a lot of cashiers and people who work in sales in healthcare AIDS. In other words people whose job it is to interact with customers or patients but cannot take time off if they think they are themselves sick and that can lead to a downward spiral because the more they show up to work the more the virus spreads the more. The virus spreads the worse. The economy gets the worst. The economy gets the more nervous. The same workers will be about missing work so they will be even more likely to show up sick and keep spreading the virus and so on and so on so that is one policy that Dr Syndrome things would help. It's for more workers to have access to paid sick. Leave another policy would be to fix the way that the US tests for epidemics other countries have been testing tens of thousands of people for the corona virus but so far because of a combination of bureaucratic manufacturing obstacles. The US has been way behind earlier. This week Dr Matthew McCarthy who works at New York Presbyterian Hospital was being interviewed on CNBC and you can hear the frustration. He was experiencing because he could not get better guidance on who could be tested or even get testing kit from the Center for Disease Control. We hear that it's coming very soon but I'm here to tell you right now at one of the busiest hospitals in the country. I don't have it at my fingertips. I still have to call the Department of Health. I still have to make my case plead to test people. This is not good. We know that there are eight hundred cases. In the United States there are going to be hundreds by middle a week. There's going to be thousands by next week in recent days. Us government has been taking steps to make testing easier and more available for example by relaxing. Some of the criteria for people to get tested and by allowing more labs to use their own tests but the delays mean that the. Us has been losing time to fight the virus and nobody has any idea. Just how many people have the virus in the first place? Dr Syndrome says that anybody who is suspected of having krona virus should be able to get tested. That's something that we haven't quite yet achieved and I hope that we'll achieve that very very soon.
Boston: Grand Jury Decides Not To Indict In Death Of Emerson College Student
"A Suffolk County grand jury has decided not to indict in the death of an Emerson College student WBZ's Tina god joins us live now with that story good morning Tina our good morning to you yeah the marine who is under investigation in the death of Daniel hall is will not be indicted the grand jury voted on this yesterday the US marine corps reserves had named lance corporal Samuel London as a marine allegedly involved in Hollis has died last year after getting into a fight in Austin Hollis was a hope deal high school graduate he was also a member of Emerson college's lacrosse team he died after hitting his head while reportedly trying to break up a fight between a group of his friends and another group this all happened back in September twenty eighth twenty nineteen he was hospitalized for days as a result of his brain injuries and died a few days later on October second Suffolk DA Rachel Rollins says the investigation that preceded a grand jury's vote was incredibly thorough and painstakingly detailed meanwhile Hollis is family says they're in shock and still have many concerns and questions about what exactly
Two women in Boston were charged after police say they attacked a mother and daughter for speaking Spanish
"Prosecutors in Boston charging two women women with with attacking attacking a a mother mother and and a a daughter daughter for for speaking speaking Spanish Spanish in in public public the the county county district district attorney attorney Rachel Rachel Rollins Rollins announcing announcing the the two two twenty twenty five five year year olds olds from from revere revere will will face face assault assault and and other other charges charges it it will will be be arraigned arraigned on on March March ninth ninth the the victims victims say say they they were were assaulted assaulted on on Feb Feb worry worry fifteenth fifteenth outside outside a subway station in the city's majority Latino East Boston neighborhood police say the assailants told officers they approached the mother and her teenage daughter because they believed the two were making fun of them speaking Spanish
Boston: Two women are charged with assaulting mother, daughter for speaking Spanish
"Two to revere women now facing charges for allegedly attacking a mother and daughter who were speaking Spanish at east Boston's maverick square this happened back on February fifteenth the victims and witnesses say the suspects Jenny Lee Anna Marathi and Stephanie Armstrong were not provoked and did it because the mother and daughter there were laughing in speaking Spanish district attorney Rachel Rollins saying that hate intolerance does not belong in Suffolk County she has asked the civil rights unit of the Boston police department to investigate the incident the suspects are set to appear at the East Boston court on March
Can Sanders beat Trump? A growing number of Democratic voters say yes
"Joining me now from Columbia. South Carolina is the legendary civil rights activist former presidential candidate. The Reverend Jesse Jackson he won the South Carolina Democratic primary in both one thousand nine hundred eighty four and nineteen eighty eight Reverend Jackson. Thank you so much for being with us on intercepted before we talk about the specifics of Democratic Socialism. What's your response to these? Red baiting attacks against Senator Bernie Sanders seems to me if Bloomberg wonder feet trump run against trump and republican primary. This race began a year ago. He said the first ten rounds of the fight. The U on the fighting you live with around. He's I people tied and broke it. Kind of runs. Rochon them GRANDPA's rule. Do not make sense to me and have a white primary voters. And then you have New Hampshire. You Have Nevada and soft. Lana you the bother South Carolina Michigan Illinois on the Front side as a New Hampshire number. One number two. I think that you also have a situation. Where different parts of Super Tuesday? We knew it to be from California one beverage in America's California warrant that Rhode Island in one day. Is that against people who have no have much money. If you had. South Carolina Nevada Michigan Illinois come Harrison Buca was seven chance in Castro. They got wiped out in white bread. Moore's exhausting this time in the Monday Super Tuesday. We run from California to Rhode Island in the same day. Rational person has adopted from coast to coast. Was that kind of money. Burned sentences shown where he can compete. He does well. What is going to be difficult? Tuition competing vote in fifteen states on the same day while and he's going to be facing this onslaught of negative attack ads from Mike Bloomberg. Who's worth sixty billion dollars tech and burn about ten some Nice about Castro mentioned Batista? Things have people in context. I mean Batista. Cuban scene rollins for the rich and the gangsters because we merges in that situation and the people he was authoritarian but extremely began extremes. So I'm concerned that even the capsule thing is seen as Democrat in the same season from Nineteen Fifty. Five thousand blast been lynched. Almost new president the thing about the the thing about it. You Know Reverend Jackson at the same time that we have these attack ads running against Bernie Sanders and this relation of Bernie Sanders comments during the period of the US dirty wars in central and Latin America you have this demonization of Sanders going on. Because he calls himself a democratic socialist. If I know my history correctly the late Dr Martin Luther King and of course you were with Dr Martin Luther King at the Lorraine Motel. You were there in the trenches everyday organizing in civil rights movement. Dr King also was red baited. Dr King also spoke of a democratic socialism and against savage capitalism. The operative word is democracy of one by the people we had democracy. And listen you. Cou exists democracy in women's right the boot coexist in democracy has denied the right to vote. So there's the socialize. The process helps here and job wages. I think they could choose. Those doesn't say Venezuela Cuba China in Bertha Cattle Roosevelt socialis rodent to polls the social security will almost the country subscriptions distance from rugged individualism Pool and substitute for the wealthy even today the socialism the rich true the have the tax cut deliveries and pay. No taxes does socialism in State Highway Socialism the military a social institution universities. The bridges supports ferruginous. Ruth Resistance Does always say now. 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"rollins" Discussed on Busted Open
"Seen him suffer because he can't do it's hard for them they're going to get behind him and that's when you have somebody counseling council and I think you know it's been awhile since you did a show with me and I actually talk a little bit let's go out to the busted taking my call it's a little off topic but my question since its fall count anywhere and you had March Henry on today with a he's been one of the great ones in one of the great ones in his typical fashion like they did in the past but I think I mean you could create guys you can just put together I mean it just makes storylines it would make Shen over the free birds a tag team it's like the new day that you can maybe look at the new day is a little bit of a faction if you want to I don't know but undisputed Ariz- definitely on this show before when I was six I snuck down to the living room I was my babysitter was watching a horror movie and I snuck down out of the bedroom and I went downstairs behind the couch and was watching and she watched a movie called childrens play with dead things and that mentally effected me for the rest of my life movie is a hey man yard Mark Harrison that scary movie yeah he died in the credits back to do a little thing I went and watched him when he came back and tag with Michaels and five and then when he also had the match again that's Michael's summer slam and it was almost fifteen years ago at the time and he was expected hey hit the leg drop I me and my buddies we drove nine hours to New Hampshire her just to see Hogan delay drop in that match and if you remember he didn't hit the leg drop we weren't we weren't disappointed it was Hogan but then the following summer three months later we went down to DC which is still quite a hike for us then we got to pay off and everything but I oh I think now fifteen years I mean you said he's like six in his sixties I we don't I don't think the drop I think people can understand but I if if he does do this crown jewel thing like you said maybe he I don't even know if he can get up to the big boot but if a big boot some punch maybe tag somebody that does a finish off the top and call today I I you know and Mike thanks for the phone call that would be enough glistening catches Monday through Saturday busted open from nine am to noon eastern unserious Xm by Nation Channel One fifty six the busted.
"rollins" Discussed on Busted Open
"Now out from team Hogan who will replace him and how might be Po- Cogan himself speaking rollins I get more calories take seth rollins and the fien how he feels about the feud and where this view could be going and then we talk about aws and how Mark Henry thinks this is a feud at all why pick a side it's pro wrestling enjoy it all that right now on the bus it open podcasts Seth rollins is out as the captain of team Hogan at Crown Jewel because he has the big match with the fiend Bray Wyatt at crowd Joseph he's out Soho Coke and has an idea tweeted out that he has an idea about who he wants to captain the B but Seth Rollins is out your thoughts you know what I don't understand how you could just completely go the opposite direction in from having him be I would rather have him be the one to say you know what I'm having some issues with the scene and I don't feel like I represent the team properly but I've found someone to fill in my place okay so now you have somebody that you know is equally qualified to come in and take over and put the team together and lead the team just dropping just dropping it and going away from it is Kinda like who's the next man up type of deal want to be the next man up a second thought yeah well see that's a great point by you mark because that's how the the the next person is going to feel like all right I wasn't good enough to be named the opt in to begin with but now I'm only getting this because Seth rollins has to defend that title but here's I want you to hear Hogan's actual tweet he said understand Champ Seth rollins needs to do what he's gotTa do defending the title against Bray Wyatt is what champions do don't worry H I got an idea for team and brother Hashtag wwe crown jewel. Now Ho Kogas also said recently that he would love to have one more wrestlemainia match just throwing it out there could Ho Cogan name himself the captain of his own team that would be no you know I don't want I don't want to get hurt you know I'm I'm I'm younger than he is and like if I took one more bump I might that might just be the last one might be they might be going to the wrestling ring in this guy yet but mark you have said since you've stepped away that this is not something you want to do any more people have asked you to do it and you said no I'm fine I'm done I'm moving on it always seems like Hogan has had problems moving obviously Hogan and wrestling is the only thing he has right now he's obviously outside during he said nothing but problems throughout the years when he hasn't been connected with pro wrestling and he has said wants one more wrestlemainia match and says he would love to do it against Vince McMahon how what he's thinking there I have no idea but would it shock you if his idea is to make himself the captain no it wouldn't shock me because of wrestling in anything can happen in pro wrestling I will just the going on era caution thing that it would be safer in it would be best to not get back in there I Listen I agree and I don't even know if anybody really wants to see Hogan I mean you know obviously I mean he's he's wanted in pro wrestling I mean just icon onic presidents and just for people to say why saw Hogan you know people still go to see Niagara Falls they they go to see the Grand Canyon they go see you've Mount Rushmore like that stuff is never going to get old but when as it relates to pro wrestling you gotta get in the ring and you have to entertain the fans and them not looking at you like wow you lost a step that's hard man that's that's it's hard for your ego and I don't know how people do it because I know I can't move I used to move and it would trouble me to be in an have my fans say wow man mark here we got oh he fell off he matt so like you know you can have four other wrestlers do all the work you know you get tagged in you maybe do like one big punch in a big beg you and a punch and that's it I mean you you know really need Ho Cogan to run the ropes or give a leg drop in this match it might be expected by fans and I think that you know you and I we let's look at it from me and your perspective so we that happens kogen names himself and he goes out there he's a member of the team and he throws the punch somebody he somebody throws patty blocks it points out him and he punches him shoot him in the ropes and give them the big leg now he's got to tag out and what are we gonNA talk about the next day how great days before you drop the leg on him and it would have been you know who three but that's not I just I don't WanNa see the limited version I wanted to see the full version are not well the last time we actually we saw Hulk Hogan Russell was in TNA and I listen I was a big fan of TNA when that was going on full throttle you know right now about eight nine years ago in Hogan was a part of it and and Hogan was rest doing some wrestling but you know his last matches was our with TNA I'm sure he would love to have his final in ring work be with the wwe be in front of thousands upon thousands of people. this to me to me this is the perfect scenario for somebody like Hulk Hogan he could do his final entering work in the wwe one lunch you know maybe one big leg and be maybe at sixty six years old he has one leg drop left in them I no no I mean listen a lot of people hate on Hulk Hogan Mark You and I did shows and I've always said if you can't get over everything and still have hatred for Hogan I cannot blame you but you know the guy is still alleged and maybe deservedly deservedly not it wouldn't be bad for him WHO something and is somebody hit one of those guys imagine a melee of all the guys coming into the.
"rollins" Discussed on Busted Open
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"rollins" Discussed on The RobCast
"Villain I mean you have this very he never really fixes much of anything yet he he realizes that he's actually the problem he's he's always thinking if I kill the right body but he's like no but I- create the parties and eventually he sets up an orphanage and he kind of moves away from being bought mine he realized says that that you in other words you can't fix Gotham city by killing a couple of super villains it has to be you know a city that you can prove the education you after the orphans you don't spend money on a big tank spend money on an after school program right idea so so the uninviting clubs another example which doesn't resolve this is the best of Hollywood I love it when Hollywood Delta right they give you a really good Hollywood movie but they don't richest contradiction to opposition they keep the contradiction alive and then yeah so that's that's where okay that that that that is huge for me so many of our questions are trying to make my way in the world be who I am do the work I'm here to do there's always some opposition I have more money if I had more funding if I had more if this group of people got the mission if or people with parents if the kid just whatever it is there's always some fill in the blank opposition if we could just remove opposites yeah yep and weird what he says is that that when you come to obsolete knowledge you come to the knowledge that absolute knowledge isn't possible that's what sound you know enough to know how much you don't know exotic wisdom yeah on on Hagel said that was opposite knowing because he said there is new invention or discovery that will overturn dot is even if we meet aliens and all these super intelligent beings they the insight that we come to the in which life has contradiction is the insight that that produces positive results and we still need to get in politics we haven't got there politics we ultimately go there and religion we are Kinda getting there and some sciences but it's like it's like how do we as a society not scapegoat on some people think Christianity is a religion that's all centered around breaking scapegoat mechanism so interesting not about theory so how do we do we move away from oppositional thinking and embrace this contradictory thinking so like with my kids at any one moment like this week I could I could name inarticulate for you what each kid challenge is there facing not positions yet just so joining them in this lovely life or living together yeah joining them in those contradictions talking about them asking what they think about this what are you learning them asking questions it's not the elimination of the opposition yeah it's the entering into the country addictions with a really good person in this kid's giving you a hard time you've been nice to them like yeah contradictions left and right the actual joe royal parenting isn't removing all the opposition in the world so they can just glide it's the participating in the contradictions with them and are brought together in a way that doesn't destroy the doesn't create oppositions that want to kill each other and fighting and so on I think Winston Churchill it's called loyal opposition an assistant had to have democracy had to have loyal opposition you had to have other political parties to make the thing great yeah if you just had one monolithic party it would just be able to go unopposed in you wouldn't get the absolute best result yes so the contradictions.
"rollins" Discussed on The RobCast
"Hello my friends and welcome to the Robb cast this is episode two hundred and fifty five uh and it's called the last girl ru with Pete rollins and you know and you love Pete Rollins and he's back on the rob cast has grits if he I feel we've already had a rope costs before we turn this on Chris Charleena way of everything Peten I as you know spent a number of years friends and we get going and we chat and we have had this ongoing conversation about the last grew which I assume will be a book from you at some point hopefully isn't that feel right it feels good title it's a title with a book we'll do this episode and then we'll watch people say you should fill Atlanta and then I'm going to Texas because I love traveling internationally and I will be in Dallas San Antonio and Houston that joke never gets old old two day events that are about communicating but at a larger level about our lives dan how we give shape and expression to what we're here to do and I love doing them I've been doing a new way which is so meaningful and significant and I for me that I'm doing a bunch more so dates just went up for January February and March they're here in Los Angeles these two day events at the Improv and of course it's more fun if you're there all the Info is at my site and then one more thing these lovely folks in Arizona asked liz Gilbert night to come do a retreat together so next May Liz Gilbert and I will be getting together in Arizona for a Friday Saturday Sunday read and you know what goes down when listen I get together come on so that website for that event you can get to through my site or you can go celebrate Your Life Dot Com and get all the Info on Liz Gilbert and I doing our thing in the desert next spring being so there are things that are cooking but now we're here with our beloved friend Pete Rollins the last grew last year this time you said it I was like do because we have been having this ongoing discussion over a year about these ideas signs like a tool can pick or something or a twilight book so we'll start here and we'll sort of walk you through the central idea you know I'm going to have a bunch of riffs from the Bible about this right we can all just agree that's going to happen and we'll go from there and this is actually the first time I've ever seen you with a piece of paper with notes is that right I've never in all of our years of doing things together ever seen can you can you talk for hours on end you actually have no because on this because this I think the subject so important that I want to kind of make sure I hit and all the things I say you have a point I just like a religious sermon here until you three four five points okay let's walk through your five points because I probably have heard various fragments of these in our conversations and I was like Oh the rob cast folks would love this so let's go okay so I thought let's start off light with a philosophical concept Pi Higher by now we've talked before about this this concept called object a lot of shape pootie are so it's never translated in English it's always the French object pootie con a legendary Freudian psychoanalyst. Dr elite French French very groundbreaking lavas ideas. Es Very Okay right this object a object an object a is it's like an Algebraic free as the we don't know what it is right it's different for everybody but as the object that you think will fix everything it's the object the destabilize your life person comes into your life and you go like I have to be with them or I have to be in not job or I have to live in this please it's when something enters your world that you go oh my goodness I would be willing to set fire to my entire existence I'd be willing to destroy my release and ships my health everything in order to get this and he calls this object a and he has slobber she the Slovenian philosopher houses great analogy of high of what object is he says at the time of Darwin Right Darwin had a Christian friend and he was talking to his friend and he said listen you think the earth is six thousand years old what do you make of these fossils right early is false calls the France said Well God me at the world look old created the world he'd right look inches right appeared with rings yes that had been around for seventy seven years yeah on the day that it appeared genius obsolete genius all of those rings is trees like thought is as you know is just two days ago just like in a movie I suppose they'd be a car Likud never was old but they make it look and she's says this is a perfect way of understanding will object is so basically would you go into the world you're pursuing things maybe you you won't thought Jovan it's GonNa be everything then when you get what you're left with is a fossil on the fossil points to something that you wanted but didn't get called object day but it's a fossil that doesn't point out anything object doesn't exist all that exists are the failures to gathered all it exists are your frenetic pursuit for on and you finally get the thing that you won't you're left with a fossil on the fossil makes you think oh my goodness dot the homeless got it's a remembrance of the longing it's a remembrance of an object that never existed it's like oh it's like you always never quite gather you're always you're always just left with a fossil but never with the thing because all day doesn't kind of exist object and other way of thinking about it is that it's like an incarnation as human beings I want to argue that we're structurally proven to thinking there's some obsolete is gonna fix us and in the incarnation is the object day it's whenever you see the thing that will fix you in the world whether it's millions of dollars whether it's a relationship a religion whatever it is that doc- in Kearney Asian of object a but every time you get here kind of left a little bit dissatisfied and the problem is of course lots of people like their promise that they can give us object any they promise that we can stabilize our existence find happiness pace on we're we're Prune Su believing these people so we're very proven to having juries and you know that's a very normal thing but an but whatever jury is out there eventually if they're promising object a it's going to let it on so for example if monogamy was your thing that would fix everything you're probably going to go to poly armory because that's the next thing that might fix everything that's a common thing in La or if you're a hippie you might become a conservative Christian or if you're a conservative Christian you might become a hippie you might get into you it's always another place to go too yeah because this place has failed to deliver yeah if you think about like spatially yep you're in this space and somebody's telling you come over this space yep and it'll be wave at oh eight petr I've met I've met monks who found the size of white on religious people who father size about a hedonistic lifestyle going I having sex with people drugs parties and then I've met people here real heaton us than have sex drugs parties and they fantasize about being monks it's a me as I talked to somebody the other day he had exactly this it's really cool guy he was a musician. Dj Vary attractive yet fashion label he's a good guy and he put it didn't satisfy him so he was always You know we were talking about that but it's like it's it's it's this idea that the twos the grass is always greener on the other side like this thing that you you want to get so that's that's something that we all kind of get caught up in and I guess this is what I call religious convert Asian religious conversion is when you move from one kind of thing that gives the answer to another thing so we're always religiously converting Cristiani Islam that Jewish Judaism's humanism we're we're always converting and the trick for me is Heidi we not have a religious conversion but get a conversion from religion in other words is it possible to break off of this entire structure this entire way of being and live in a different kind of way I say one thing about the religious conversion yep a number of those religious conversions are away from religion to the idea that there's nothing here yet pure reason I'm just gonNa go with my head I'm going to go with science I'M GONNA go with data which I always always has religious undertones to the person who is fiercely reductionist stick there's nothing going on in this world yeah it's just science and cells and synapses is actually a very profound religious yes conversion and here here's the funny thing as well you could be right on it still has a religious dimension so an example the con- uses as if you're pathalogical jealous the your partner is having an affair and it turns out you're right that he or she is having an affair you're still pathologically jealous you just also happen to be right so you can actually have the right beliefs that bite something but the way but if you need to be right if you hold onto our hearts hails very very key and on the other side you can actually help beliefs that are wrong but you don't hold them in a pathologic away you don't hold them in a religious way you just happen to believe that the say the earth revolves around the sun because you haven't been exposed to the dollar so the funny thing is it's like even when someone seems like they're right about something not doesn't mean adopt belief is still not pathological in Asia is still doesn't have their self contrast fundamentally embedded so I see this a lot with them even people on Youtube these very rational youtube channels and they're very good I think they're they're mostly correct in their opinion but they are Su- frantically always are in their position that feels it's like they needed to be right it's not as that I think they happen to be right is that they need to be right let me see him with a hypochondriac who thinks they've got disease and then it turns out they have heart disease there's still a hypochondriac there's just a hypochondriac who's right right yeah yeah so whatever it is it's weird to say that don't necessarily judge the correctness of your belief Think about how you interact with a goodbye produces in you at some level does you yup and the the thing is that a lou things ladder Stein uh we move from one thing to another this eventually will destroy us unless and this is what I mean by the last Gurry if you meet someone who's a jury and we all look for people to Authority figures it's natural from when you're a kid you'd have to your Parents Authority figures so there's a thing called parents on transparency were I think someone else has the answer it's called a subject supposed to do I think that this other person has the secret to Hawaii should live the trick is if you have someone who vary gradually exposes that they do she assume all of that and then vary greatly over time they disillusioning they show you that actually they don't have that secret that they're just as divide does you then what happens is you become more comfortable with your own conflicts and dad locks on antagonisms symbolically the thing as rogue bail people are like you've got the answer and then very gradually over time you can go no it's like it's the priest notable believers I'm your priest that is gradually going to show you that we're all priests yes and that's that's what I think like the the album is so many religious people juries don't do that they want you to do the transference and then they they promised the wholeness completeness realize that their job is to begin to crack that open yes they make oh I think you're going to have the answer but instead of saying yes I do and you know if you just by this course and if you get the next book and you do this and you do that you'll get up and you keep me strong along if you instead Google okay I'm going to allow you to think that I'm going to law you to symbolically identify with me and then I'm going to die in front of you right this is for me called it's called redoubled concious because remember I said that object is absolute and it becomes incarnated in some person or some belief system dissect so that's conducive since theology as you knew the empty into into the world but then the crucifixion is a second canoe because that's when it's not when the absolute died we have me at peace with that and then I'm able to make peace without dimension and myself and so that's the move from religious conversion to conversion from religion let you dine in the right way similar about that yes so that is okay yeah I love it like if if a girl he tries to hold on see I of the answer it'll work for a while it'll be grit and you'll have a ball and maybe you'll get.
"rollins" Discussed on KCRW
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"rollins" Discussed on Think Again
"And they're on the note of selling your soul for a dollar we're going to have to leave it for now because this conversation with henry rollins or more like a monologue by henry rollins punctuated by occasional interruptions for me lasted for around ninety minutes to more awesome segments with henry are coming soon on think again and now it is time for the random quote generator i'm gonna do the honours this time because will save henry's for later episode in the by now okay so the quote of the day is a penny saved is a penny to squander ambrose beers and before we get to the second half of my epic conversation with him reruns i'm gonna tell you a little bit more about our sponsor thinking in his brought to you today by the end point imperative cybersecurity digital transformation mobility these trends are reshaping business in the technology that powers it today's digital workers need uptodate secure tools to compete in the digital economy but how do you bow insecurity cost and performance one key modern computers powered by modern silicon the endpoint imperative a podcast series from intel brings together the it experts and leaders to tackle these and other important issues impacting today's fastchanging digital universe download and subscribe to the important imperative wherever you find your podcast and now let's get back to the second half of this classic episode of think again within rounds hey there i'm jason guts and you are listening to think again a big think podcast since two thousand eight big think has been capturing bray ideas on video from some of the smartest people in the world and think again we revisit these ideas it's a total surprise my guest and i have no idea in advance which interviews we'll be talking about this is part two of my conversation with the legendary henry rollins in part one we talked about monogamy and relationships impart to this conversation continues with two more surprise subjects from big things producers what's up next jonathan so this one is paul akman on whether police should where anger detectors the police are there to protect us there there for our safety are occasionally there will be a bad apple.
"rollins" Discussed on Think Again
"Think again is brought to you by the end point imperative a podcast series from intel the brings together it experts in leaders to discuss the big tech challenges impacting businesses today download and subscribe to the end point imperative wherever you find your podcasts hey jason dots here let's cast our minds back together to june two thousand fifteen a time before donald trump as president seemed even a remote possibility we had just launched think again and her second episode and not much more than my second interview ever i was talking with the musician and spoken word artist henry rollins who i had admired since high school this was over the phone new york to la on a friday or saturday night and it was epic henry is a man of many thoughts and words and new interviewer that i was i could barely gonna word in edgewise which was just fine because he had plenty to say so lengthy was this episode in fact that we originally split into two releasing them at different times today for you're listening pleasure with our old theme song intact along with our old way of having the producers come in and introduce the surprise clips said they pick for us to discuss i give you henry rollins redux two classic episodes of think again reunited at last hey there i'm jason godsend you're listening to think again a big thing podcast big think is an online forum for the world's most interesting thinkers and doers to share mindblowing ideas on video since two thousand eight we've shared over ten thousand of them on the think again podcasts we surprise our guests and me your host with unexpected clips from these vast and mysterious archives and then we talk about them i'm here today with henry rollins a guy who it looks to me like is pretty much doing exactly what he wants to do with his life he's been lead singer of the bands black flag and henry rollins banned toward the world as a spoken word artist acted in sons of anarchy published a few books of words and photography a lotta people probably wanna be henry is that a bad idea.