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The Case Of The Murdered Jewess
"We now lay before the reader. A full account of a shocking murder that of miss sarah alexander the beautiful polish jewess. Who was foully murdered in an east new york cornfield. The crime was one of the most shocking that has ever occurred in the metropolis or its vicinity. Cousin of the dead girl to whom she was very much attached was arrested and the discovered fact of her near maternity coupled with the expected arrival of the prisoner's wife from germany furnished. The only clue there was to the horrible deed. Eddie thank you so much for joining me today. Thanks for having their happy to be here. So we're talking about some murder. Pamphlets there were four that were published about the case of pesach. Rubinstein were featuring two of them. These pamphlets were type of pulp literature. They've been around for a long time and were especially popular in the nineteenth century. Tell us more about them. These were mostly eight to sixteen page pamphlets that were often illustrated and described typically in lurid detail well-known murders that took place in the united states. Obviously the time. There's no radio. Tv internet print media is the only thing available and some of them are. I guess you could say enhanced. Sometimes the writers make things up both were pale with lips compressed and is haggard and as they halted and looked at each other their hearts appeared to be like open books every feeling every emotion could be read. She had a knife with which her own life blood was to be. Shed thrust into her bosom and drawing it fourth. She held it toward her companion. He trembled violently. His knees smote together and he was altogether like a man intoxicated. It's obvious these pamphlets were not written by people who knew about jewish beliefs and practices. They contain some false information. They show a lack of knowledge of how jews live and worship. What's an example of this. One of them shows him preying on his hands and knees with his hands clasped before him. So this is obviously how a christian praise and not at all. How a jew praise our artist has graphically sketched him while at prayer and from the illustration a better idea can be gained than any description can give. Now that we've heard about the pamphlets can you give us a detailed overview of the story contained within the particular ones were exploring in eighteen. Seventy five a body was found in a field in east new york. East new yorkers in brooklyn and at the time and eighteen seventy five. It was a far. Now it's not on december fourteen. He found the body of a woman in a cornfield on the ground behind a stack of corn. These stacks were at the lower end of the field near the fence. The farthest off from the plank road. There was a shawl lying by the side of the body. The corpse was about two feet from the base of the corn stack. The body lay on the back and was all cut about the neck win. This went and informed. Mr wessel who in company two other men went and viewed it farmhand had her and he went to the police and told them they came investigated. Took the body away to the morgue. They know who was there had been no reports of anyone missing in brooklyn and so they chose to do so. This person must from manhattan. The police were puzzled. No report had been received of any late disappearance from the neighborhood. Nevertheless the region was scoured. All during tuesday afternoon and evening. The police station was thronged and officers. Say that not less than two thousand persons saw the body no one could identify it and the conclusion was arrived at that. She was a stranger in the village. So what they did was. They put an advertisement in a newspaper which was actually very common at the time claiming that a body had been found and they wrote a description of it now at the same time a woman who worked for a particular family on the lower side had gone missing. Her name was. Sarah alexander at her brother went to the rubinstein family where she worked and he said you know. Have you seen sarah. She didn't come home from work yesterday and they said no she was here until such a time and then she left. We haven't seen her since so her brother. Put an ad in the newspaper looking for missing person and describing her the new york sun december fourteenth eighteen. Seventy five a girl missing since the afternoon of the twelfth age. Seventeen years stout middle height face dark dressed in a light colored dress with the black over skirt striped shawl small gold earrings with red stones. Any information will be received by. J p alexander number thirty essex street coincidentally. The two advertisements appeared on the same page in the same paper and they describe the same person. The father of the rubinstein family happened to get that paper. He saw the advertisements and he went to the police station. Ad said that girl is sarah alexander of number thirty essex street. She was a good religious girl. She did not stay away from home and if she was murdered away out there. Some ruffians must have dragged her away so the police came to the home and began to interview everyone to find out where she had last been seen and while they were entering everyone. One of the sons came in. His name was pace off rubinstein on monday. The sun with great perturbation of manner told them that he had had a dream the previous night. He dreamed that. Sarah alexander was lying murdered alongside of corn stalks ten miles outside of the city. She was murdered by an italian and the knife was close beside her. She wants me to bury her. He said
"rubinstein" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"We still don't know who she is right? We don't I mean, I remember, right When this story came out, I think it was the daily mail. Came out with a side by side profile. There's some instagram influencer that looked very much like this girl. But I don't know if they ever confirmed it. All right, so they have not indicated who it is yet. How slim Shady Sharpton eyes having a press conference, either it was before or now it's just about the same time. In which I think they want this woman crucified, hung upside down, tarred and feathered. I don't know they he's in the company of I forget who it is. Who is the attorney? Now? Who? That's right, Krump. Nobody was shot. Nobody's dead. Nobody is seriously injured here. But Crump shows up. So you say to yourself. Wait a second. This doesn't make sense. Crump is usually there if an African American has been shot, seriously injured, or unfortunately, is dead normally in a police related situation. He's there, Sharpton said. The father is there. We don't know who this white woman is. But it's like by the time this press conference is finished, I wouldn't doubt that Cyrus White shoes. Vance will be seeking the death penalty against this. This unknown white one? Yeah. I mean, I think the fact is that it went viral because people were enraged by this woman. And frankly to me, she looks like she might be Latina. I don't know that she looks like you know, the little white girl walking down the street. But it doesn't matter. Kill the narrative instead of what its wife don't kill. Their people saw that they were rightly disgusted by their behavior. Do you want her arrested for assault? Yeah, well, I mean, she wanted to arrest him. Um, I mean, a little Lydia agreed. And this is his crap. But I mean, we don't know if this was we don't know what the what the motivation was here. I mean, you you put two and two together, but when you hire the attorney, and when you bring out, you know, you prayed out Sharpton to me. All of a sudden the story becomes a spectacle. And you, you make it bigger than it is. And look, we can all agree that this was crappy. But come on. I can't imagine how slim shady Sharpton beginning. The press conference, you know is the reverend. I'm opposed to the death penalty. This case has caused me to reconsider my stance all these years. You will be very, very dramatic, melodramatic the whole nine yards now. This leads us. Ironically, so the name that I had mentioned yesterday when you were talking about the dilemma that Mrs Baldwin has pretending to be. Spanish from Spain and sort of weaving Ah, story and weaving an accent in and out of her life. And I asked you if you want to give her like constructive help here. Damage control PR you You did it brilliantly. And I said, Oh, you sounded like Rubinstein. Who was considered the greatest publicists of our Times in New York, Howard Rubinstein Rubinstein firm. Ironically, last night, he passed away. Oh, God, Who's 88? Don't still mention any other names, but I knew him well, doing well to Johnny Legit. His wife, family own Lugers and Williamsburg here, Luger Steak house and the one on Northern Boulevard When you passed linage, you know the catering the whole In Long Island. But this guy was a guy from Brooklyn. You can have a normal conversation with him. Even though he was the big PR maven. They all went to him. Trump Steinbrenner whenever they had problems, even Kathie Lee Gifford. Remember when Kathie Lee Gifford was In tremendous dilemma because her husband again had cheated on her for like the 50 thousands time. This guy you talk about a guy who didn't have control of ish libido. E. This guy was, like, always, always on the pride. I mean, even he was like, 90 years old, and he was still Yes, he was on the problem. Uh, why have I just forgot? Just kind of moment of Howard Frank Gifford Frank. If Frank if it Leona Helmsley, who would want it to have defended Leona Helmsley? He did. So he passed away. I said, Now I have an opportunity to tell a story that I could never tell before about Howard Rubinstein. Howard Rubinstein was friends of Johnny Legit..
Joe Clark, principal who inspired film "Lean on Me," has died
"Inspired the 1989 film Lean on me. Has done East side. I was out of control on then Joe Clark took over. Um, time They're looking right. I want the name of every hoodlum that Villa on mystery out of my best by noon today. Clark puts you portrayed there by Morgan Freeman In that movie. Clark was a great school teacher in Paterson before taking over as a principal at East Side High. His family says he died at his Florida home after a long battle with an unspecified illness. He was 82 years old. Howard Rubinstein, a publicist for many
Activists Call For Manhattan DA To Charge Driver Who Plowed Through BLM Protesters In Times Square, New York
"Lives matter, is calling for charges to be filed against the driver of a car that drove through a crowd of protestors in Manhattan Thursday night. Authorities say no arrests were made because nobody had filed a complaint. Attorney Sanford Rubinstein is now calling for the driver to be charged with reckless endangerment and assault with a deadly weapon to the protesters have come forward with official complaints.
"rubinstein" Discussed on Network Yourself to Success
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PBS on YouTube TV, but missing shows
"You're a PBS fan. And you WanNa Watch watch pbs via streaming and you wonder how when where TBS would like you to know. There's an APP for that. As I recently learned in my conversation with Ira Rubinstein. Who is the chief digital officer? BBS have listen. You know. I talked with a lot of digital conferences and when I talk about our APPS I talk clutter streaming. People are like shocked. We're like a big secret and we are there and I think we have a lot more potential. I'll give in one case study example K. Q. E. D. in San Francisco did a promotion around the bart stations or through barter. As is they had an outdoor campaign just outdoor just part. They saw twenty five percent lift in their streams from that one campaign and what that tells me is even city sophisticated San Francisco when it comes to digital the latest. Were secret secret. I think it's because of the budgets to be honest. It's you know we we don't have the same marketing spend to To promote that and I think what's happening in content is you consumers are if they're net flicks viewer. They're going okay. I'm GonNa go to the net flicks and then they disassociate from from the broadcaster caster ordeal assume that the broadcaster has it. And I think there's that's part of it and I think it's a little live a generational thing where a thirty year old for example definitely. Remember Mr Rogers but not might not make that connection to Nova or Even a front line and so it's my job as both marketing. Marketing and digital is to elevate that and that's what we're doing so frontline for example We are Testing and and launching full episodes on Youtube. And they're doing quite well and what we're seeing is. It's getting a much younger audience. Those viewers may may never turn to broadcast. And that's okay because they're still consuming the content and we're not GONNA be able to change How consumers are designed to view their content? And so I think we can do and we have to do is make sure content available along all these different platforms and as these consumers are choosing how they wanNA consume that were there they understand. That's PBS or a little different. They understand that there's a local station and because of that relationship with local station discounted there for them to consume. All of our shows are there. We have have a huge library of shows that are free. And then if you're a member you can activate your local station passport and then you have access just to a library of content so if you want to catch up on say Victoria from masterpiece from a year or two ago you can do that. You want to catch up on. I can burns country music. You can do that There's just a much larger library of content to for our members to be clear that sixty eighty dollars a year as a donation to your local station. It's a member benefit and so there's a minimum level That that members have to donate and that is five dollars a month or sixty but for any donation level. You get you get an access. Ira Rubinstein the Chief Digital Oakland Marketing Officer for PBS. Thanks for filling us in about the big secret that you work on. PBS Dot Org. Gret that's correct. TV DOT ORG or research for the PBS APP. On any of your favorite platform
Obama endorses Canada's Trudeau for re-election
"The former US president Barack Obama has urged Canadians to reelect prime minister Justin Trudeau in a tweet backing that Mister Trudeau will welcome as he faces a tough battle in the general election next week the campaign has been dominated my policies but by a series of scandals the BBC's Persian Gulf and has been looking at the impact these scandals of hat on political discourse in Canada twenty nineteen has been the year of the scandal in Canadian politics prime minister Justin Trudeau violated the conflict of interest act when he tried to convince his former Attorney General to help SNC Lavalin avoid a criminal trial photo of Justin Trudeau dressed as a Latin in brown face separate instances have emerged showing Trudeau in black face every sure never actually was an insurance program despite the fact that I've got his biography here this is officially said before entered public life and to work in the private sector as an insurance roping a fourteen year old video of conservative leader Andrew here arguing against gay marriage will help convince voters in the run up to Canada's general election on the twenty first of October news coverage social media and political debate have all been dominated by a series of revelations about party leaders and back benchers alike the popularity of prime minister Justin Trudeau took a serious hit this year when Canada's ethics commissioner ruled that he tried to improperly influence the legal strategy of his Attorney General that seem to kick start a race particularly between Mr Trudeau's liberals and his main rivals in interest yours Conservative Party both sides have attacked each other for failing to expel backbench candidates who tweeted racist or sexist messages in years past one prospective Tory MP has been criticized for a friendship with a far right online media personality accused of being a white supremacist the problem is that instead of supplementing the political policy discussion the focus on muckraking has all too often replaced it here's how Andrew Scheer responded in a televised debate when asked about protecting Canada's interest on a global stage of course I will always stand up for Canada and defend our interests all around the world but Justin Trudeau only pretends to stand up for Canada you know he's very good at pretending things he can't even remember how many times he put black face on it's a noticeable change from the last Canadian election in twenty fifteen when issues like the environment the economy refugee resettlement and the well being of indigenous communities struggling with health care infrastructure and safety took center stage Daniel Rubinstein is an associate professor at Ryerson university in Toronto where he researchers political campaigns and communication definitely I think that the important stuff gets left behind there's not been that much talk about ideas and policy and where the country's going and these kind of big things that we ought to perhaps be interested in and in particular issues of you know indigenous rights and governance and so on sadly I don't think I've ever really got as much attention as they should and even less so when campaigns are driven by things that are not policy related at all the race to rid of damaging details from candidates pass has also led to misinformation earlier this month the Conservative Party issued an official press release demanding to know why Justin Trudeau left his job as a high school teacher several years ago it appeared to be a reference to a widely debunked internet conspiracy theory that suggests Mr Trudeau was sacked because of some severe misconduct it's hard to predict how these various transgressions will influence Monday's vote but there can be little doubt that Canada's politicians have found a new way to tear each other down that report was by peace at girlfriend and you can hear more of pieces series on the Canadian election in the coming days here on the BBC world
"rubinstein" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine
"Welcome to the podcast kevin rubinstein. Sam was a pleasure to work with the lead item. Thanks adam sacred. Catch up with you so happy being how's life man crazy. I feel like my life is an episode of suits from from like may onwards till now and on july was imposed because i had a little bit of a break into my cash but i'm yeah really fantastic period to to learn from to grow from and <hes> i guess kind of natural excising in careers super exotic yeah absolutely and i've noticed that you've got a lot of very amazingly cool listings on instagram right now because obviously we follow you as many thousands of other people on instagram so what's happening for you at their at the my aunt well funny enough we <hes> have actually listed the most amount of auctions for any given month in mind tie korea so we just clock north author twenty active market auction listings yesterday and <hes> you know we go quite a few more that were trying to lock up four for the month of september like for for the most part these on small houses. I would buy them all if i could be two for goods. You know it's an inspiring job. I like that aspect of it is noreen meeting the people who are on the properties but seeing being these these harms and <hes> that's fantastic for motivation because it kind of paint you a picture of what could be if if you put your head down where cotton and it works out right yeah absolutely liamine. I think one of them on instagram has got the caption. Welcome hyme yeah and i just looked at that and went you know yeah. I can say myself living being my absolute best life that house. I've seen a lot of beautiful harms. Waterfront non-water france has got to be one of the best properties i have ever seen <hes> in terms of the detail quality of finishing the we're putting that on in the next week so super excited to be doing that so to have twenty listings now you must have been working rushing on them for such a long period of time so tell me about the process to get your pipeline to to twenty auctions in september. Well obviously in my my contract g._r._e._t. Which was trying to rubinstein group and contract with turi wa double by which an office. I worked at for over a decade waugh's terminated right. We we decided to go separate ways and since that position i guess going through that adversity because it was i mean work in a place for a long period of time and you know all of a sudden and what you know is longer. No more really put me in a position that i felt my back was up against a wall and got me to put my head down and really really get my yes stuff going so that's exactly what i did and kind of. I find that women no situations perform best. It's not different to like. You know an auction floor shopping the deal yo. You're trying to put together a multi-million million dollar transaction. You'll a million dollars pot and you get together. You don't wanna have a discussion with a client. I said to him. This is one of the parts where the most value out to you because i'm super comfortable and they situations nations and this to me was was kind of different within twenty four hours of you know that termination we had a new premises than a direction in which we were heading a and i knew this is only the beginning of what we need to do because we're going to be a lot of questions <hes> and you know i plan on answering every single one of them so put hot work into effect. Team really stepped adopt. That's being a big big piece guys. In a particularly oliver lives caught tohmatsu now sasha directors awry watt t. g. every step up to the plight performed in doing that job better than ever before so when you have every kind of wheel to the vehicle moving in the same direction and at the same price becomes something special and <hes> you know. This is only the beginning ginning yeah. I must admit i can relate to that when you backs up against the wall it it kinda makes you hotter sort of you. Know like it's five is like us that do that hundred. So how'd did. You have a couple of questions on that because i remember when we posted that news the world conduct must have gone a bit mentor for you. <hes> i know that there are a lot of questions coming in here and a connoisseur look as soon as gavin's ready to talk he will talk done. You know it'll be good. I'm sure there's something great in the pipeline. There was a lot of curiosity as to why you didn't didn't leave ri- what as you know because the rubinstein grape as a brand has been quite well established shore a long time so what was your thinking in staying with right y but guy into into another office. It's a good question. There are a couple of reasons as to why decided to stick with the brand i think first and foremost gavin rubinstein and all now the rubinstein group and rai what is a fantastic formula that has worked <hes> over the past decade and i think i'll be able to do things in the spice that other practitioners practitioners haven't and i thought with taking some level of creative direction of course being under their brand guidelines still but being the official captain of the whole ship. I was going to put me in a very strong position to exceed client expectations and continue to do things to get noticed pink elephant mentalities what i call that that was number one number two was you know for me. The awards and recognition being the largest would estate brand in the country is like an unbelievable driver all right so i'm obsessed with n._b._a. Basketball and i was kind of ironic right. 'cause yells never gonna fly by fortunately but you know these guys who unbelievable competitors competitors compete every year they worked they train hot and and having unrelenting level of commitment that they give to their craft to compete for a championship to me at at that number one salesperson that awards not given how big the brandies was my championship and i definitely thriving for that competition and and enjoyed e._g. Competing for that particularly because i think most agents struggle with consistency and that was something i really wanted to question. I wanted to go round. You can't be consistent if you have the right work ethic again and process in your kind of actions towards your ambitions and so i thought i didn't wanna lose that competitive side of right happy to go start off your brand but who you riddick competing with this such and i like the competition it drives me of course now you know the journeys is different and it's a lot more challenging because not only am i competing for salesperson ninety to try and get someone to compete yourselves because i no longer compete in that category after these next awards but a compete in office and then i'll compete in in principle which is ownership category so big big kind of exciting challenges which i tend to gravitate towards because i like i say thrive on that and then the third point was guys right what dan particular johnson andrew who's the c._e._o. I just got such a great relationship with those guys and have had for a long period of time so we came to an agreement that was just hot to say no to really and for that reason all those three reasons i should say <hes> we decided to do this together and <hes> imam mom super excited about it yeah absolutely sorry they will be shopfront hundred percent so our dresses eighty three queen straight up going over budget for the food up <hes> it's sexy man like first time i thought about it and conceptualize and had a vision for was was always going to be different to a standard real estate office and spice. It's more along the lines of like a luxury home residential <unk> out as opposed to commercial a real estate shop for that so yeah no super super excited. I've been in four weeks. They've been welcomed for about three weeks. Queens right as you know is is a prestigious just help eastern suburbs it always has been and we took a spice and completely stripped back to bare walls and dumb. You're looking for the showing late. I wanted saddam adum. Is that an invite hundred percent amazing or even building in like a little <hes> so we can have like a charlotte tequila after successful sales so you have to climb wanted of causal causal have to invite you over for a drink a hot desk. It'd be great but i do like these and suburbs so let let's talk about your moving to leadership. Yes it requires quite a bit of a different kind of thinking from you for you rather so you're the connick guy who's used to listing selling pulling doing deals. Token is to open sylla's. What does your day look like now. What does your head space look like now. It's interesting like you got to keep the mind thing. The minding and what works for me is listing selling and putting the deal together. None of that fibers can be challenging. <hes> i'm ramping up those aspects tinfoil ten times right so in terms of mindset. I think that's what changes and it might sound crazy but it's really not that different because when you have a look over the last couple of years anyway i've been in kind of the driving force behind the team and have had some key members working alongside me to ensure that outnumbers remain hind remained growing irrespective of what the market is doing right so it really is not that different i mean. I don't know if most people actually never had someone on my sales team. Lead me on an enormous team. A real estate is known for style gaming and so you know i think in terms of just buy stuff of that fact it says says all economy needs to about leadership skill set in and i think you constantly evolving learning as you go through the mindset has changed because you so you think a little bit kind of big to give you an example. I might initials on the office way. Downstairs was a communal works bikes and then upstairs was a separate office for myself and then another office for somebody else and just go back from my trip went into the office to see the progress of these guys might gripe progress and the first go walking up stairs was this wall has to go and remy who is not my marketing manager my lia but also very close friend and and has caused handle in the business. I was shocked. Why do you want to remove the offices in my answer to who was back in the last office. I wanted to segregate myself because i was working kind of for the team and not necessarily the office as such. This is my office now. So what i would like to do is knock through that wall build another communal title our good night see to table upstairs downstairs and i wanna hot desk between downstairs one week on one week down so the guys who we bring into the office can feet of my energy he he hit me on the phones and i can also watch ed doing to ensure that we're giving the customer the consumer the.
"rubinstein" Discussed on Half Hour to Curtain
"Podcast with theater artists of note. I'm dan fishbach and i marc kaufman older daniel. Our guest today is john rubinstein art from many many roles in television and film. John has to date a prodigious career in theatre. He made his initial splash on broadway. Creating the role of pippin in the show of that title is played a wide range of leading roles in such plays as children of a lesser god for what she wanted tony award the caine mutiny court martial for which he was nominated for drama desk m. butterfly ragtime camelot streamers the tempest rosencrantz some gilding stern are dead candida kiss of the spider woman and if i keep listing them there would be no time for the actual interview. Please welcome the legendary jon rubinstein john. I that was a long list could have been much longer but we just thought we need to talk to you. Yeah it's only half hour our curtain yeah right so well jumping right in <hes> you were born into the arts. Your father was the renowned concert pianist artur rubinstein stein and i hope i'm pronouncing that properly while you know what his name was just arthur but in every language it's different so he was a born in poland. He was polish so attitude with no h is how you say that in polish and in some other languages but <hes> infringes out to you in spanish places it's tool within oh and so his <hes> his impresario is manager thought that arthur rubinstein in in english speaking countries sounded sort of like you know like a jewish tailor or something so if you took the h. out and and made it sound like rubinstein he would be exotic he would have some kind of a branding that would be a little bit more more appealing failing to ticket buyers because who wants an american pianist when you can get a polish one so that stuck but the american people always have trouble with that and they say aren't here are rolling so he just would always insist please call me author author so he's arthur arthur rubinstein makes sense well you then you grew up in that world and you became a pianist yourself a composer were you thinking of following in his footsteps before the acting bug took old nut for one single second no and i did not become a pianist that that that's a misnomer. I took piano lessons from a very young age. I was musical. I in other words music really meant something to me and the stuff that i could actually execute on the piano once. I beat myself into a pulp to learn it. I could actually play well well if it wasn't too hard technically but the moment i got to a hard part. It was the emperor's new clothes and you could see oh i see this kid is somewhere a musician but he is certainly not up yet and that was understood by me by my parents by my teachers and it was has openly declared. I knew that it was true. It never ever bothered. Where did you get the acting bug. When did that sort of hit you uh well i first of all i love the movies and my parents loved movies and theater so we always went to the movies movies. I was born in l. A. and i lived sort of an idyllic life here for the first seven years of my life <hes> and but then we moved to new york when i was seven and i went to these very high pressure schools which i loved and in the first one it was called saint bernards was a british school run by brits and british take their public speaking and they're acting and their skin <music> gets and their silliness and there's music musical reviews they take it very seriously even when you're very very young and singing as well house. That's just part of the deal. If you're gonna british school you know how to stand up and talk to people you are corrected very very strictly glee on your syntax and grammar and enunciation and projection not for acting purposes just be a human being and and you are always doing some kind of play and and it's and again it's taken seriously that's sort of the difference because i've raised five children. They put them through all different kinds of schools and i've seen them all be employed as and deep taught similar stuff but it's is not taken seriously. It's the silly little cute stuff for the parents to come and see and go all look at little lonnie up there but adinda this school saint bernards it was as though we were opening on broadway and you know there was no fool around. We were all boys. Every school school ended in the eighth grade and every eighth grade class. Do shakespeare play uncut while it was directed by your seventh grade great homeroom teacher mr strange who had been doilies cart sullivan actor and singer while in in england before he became math and geography teacher he played the the the little harmonium organ pumping it with his feet at at our prayers every morning it was a it was an episcopalian school but it wasn't a religious school but we learned all ems we sang and learned all those beautiful amazing british. Im's <hes> and that's the sort of music i grew up on in school while growing up on my dad's dad's music at home <hes> and so i was in three shakespeare plays one in sixth grade because he used the lower grades for extras you know when when the classes were like twenty two guys and i was a ferry in in midsummer night's dream you know in the tempest in the tempest <hes> in sixth grade in seventh grade. The play was henry the fifth and i made the boy which is a great little role. He has a huge monologue that he says he's with pistol and bardo all the clowns ons but he has his little moment where he decides. You know he's going to go to war with everybody else. Even though he's too young and i played that and then i'm in eighth grade my play was macbeth and i played macbeth and these roles. These plays were uncut seventh grade. My homeroom teacher was was mr strange and our class learned macbeth. We read it out. Loud all of us playing all of the different parts again and again and again. All the boys played the girls just like in shakespeare's time and there was no. I iota not for one second. Even with the goofiest goon in our class ever was there mocking of playing the women's roles we took that as seriously as anything else he explained to us all the sexual references all mythological references all of the history of england and the wars in scotland baba blah so the by the time. We finished our seventh grade year in june. We knew that play. He was then assigned as roles he cast us <hes> and then we have the summer to learn our lines and you know some of the very few but mine was very big part worked very hard that summer learning those lines it's with i already was sold a million with having read them again and again heard them and talked about them all year long in seventh grade. Come back in the fall of eighth grade and you start rehearsals and that's where i learned stage technique. I what i know how to do and what i teach at u._s._c. When i'm teaching there is what he taught me out of move about the stage how make a stage picture and know where you are in the whole thing how to analyze a play how to project your voice to the always there's a little guy in the farthest back row of the balcony with an ear trumpet because because he's holding up that air trump and you've got to make 'em not only hear the sound but understand the meaning of everything. Can you say or you're not doing your job and amazing habit. I mean that's amazing to have that kind of grounding and those works works at the age of thirteen teams played. Macbeth voice is cooked attic so few year old tomorrow that's amazing but we really did it and meanwhile to answer your gums still answering not know meanwhile i was living in manhattan in hatton and this was the arguable golden age theater there where you didn't have to have a gigantic blockbuster for a show to run. There were bedroom comedies. They were murder mysteries. There were musicals of course rogers and hammerstein and and <hes> you know week bernstein and young young son time and <hes> who else cy coleman i mean all of those musical's opening then and plays and i went to the mall because my parents loved to go to the theater i went with them. I saw mike nichols and elaine. May i saw you know all the brits who came in all all those amazing plays luther and i you could afford to buy a ticket on my allowance my first date the first date i took to the theatre. We saw neil simon's very first play. Come blow your horn teen dollars seven fifty a seat fifth row yeah wow you know at at that was my education and when i liked to play i would go back and see it again and again and again so i would see a play ten times i would sit up in the balcony would cost three fifty or something and i remember going innocently. I didn't know who all playwrights and actors were beforehand and i wandered into who's afraid of virginia woolf. I'll never forget that. I was not prepared for that kind of discussion on a stage and i remember i staggered out of that theater haagen coming onstage going. I do do the top yeah. That's how that's that was my education. I got it both in school on stages. We did a piero piero. Show <hes> in seventh grade. I we did operettas. <hes> i played <hes> peter pan in j m berries. Peter pan again uncut the whole thing. I played maid marian in a robin hood play. It's amazing you know. Come to your first major ager broadway show and of course the million dollar john rubinstein question. It's an it's a title role a new musical by bob fossey the and and and the entire team of course that's pippin to tell us a little bit about how that came about for you. Oh my god okay. I was living in los angeles. I i had finished high school. In new york doing plays and the second highschool highschool i went to also did their place not quite as seriously as the first place but still i've done a lot of roles by the time i finished high school. I wanted to not go to college of my parents. We went to england and so laurence olivier who was a friend of the family in with michael redgrave in ankle nya and we went out to dinner afterwards and and my parents said larry johnny doesn't want to go to college he just wants to hit the streets and be an actor and they expected him say oh no my my boy you must do and he said it the streets latte to it and so all through high school i was not going to go to college but they finally broke my arms and tied me up because the school prided itself only on getting kids into princeton and yale and harvard and i had good grades so they didn't want to waste one of their students so anyway i said i'll only go to school where i can work immediately and that was either staying in new york doc or going to northwestern or going to u._c._l._a. U._s._c. didn't have much of a drama department yet. Juilliard was sort of out of the question because it it was too scary and so u._c._l._a. So i came out here my hometown. The dodgers were up here and i <hes> i started to act in school..
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The Fed's Messaging Dilemma
"Hey, everyone Cardiff N Stacey here. And we know we just know that you cannot wait to discuss interest rates, and what Federal Reserve chaired your own Powell said today at the end of the two day meeting of the Federal Open Market committee or just the FOMC which is kind of like F O M O, except nobody really out on it. The ABC's the committee within the fed that meets every six weeks to vote on how to manage the economy. Oh, the anticipation we reviewed economic and financial developments in the United States and around the world and decided to leave our policy interest rate on changed. Okay. Look the tone in the language used by chair Powell are not super excited I designed yes. On purpose because the language does matter to the fed is in kind of a tricky situation not because of what's happening right now. But because of what might happen for the rest of this year today on the indicator from planet money, we speak to someone who used to be. A member of the fed. And she explains why if the fed wants to navigate its way out of this tricky situation, it will have to choose its words, so very carefully. Support for this NPR podcast and the following message. Come from Exxon Mobil, the company working to make carbon capture technology more efficient and affordable. So it can be deployed at industrial sites worldwide. Find out more at energy factor dot com. Support also comes from WordPress dot com with powerful site building tools and thousands of things that she was from users can launch his site. That's free to start with a room to grow. Get fifteen percent off any new plan. Purchase at WordPress dot com slash indicator. The Federal Reserve manages the economy by adjusting interest rates. So for example, if the fed wants to boost the economy, it will lower interest rates, so people will take out more loans because interest rates are cheaper. And then they'll use that money from those loans to buy things like houses or cars and that boost the economy, and here is what the fed is dealing with right now on the one hand unemployment is relatively low at the moment and the economy is growing at a healthy pace. So you would not think. That the fed would be planning to boost the economy any more than it already is. And in fact, the fed chose today not to further boost economy it kept interest rates right where they are on the other hand, the fed is also responsible for keeping inflation going up by two percent. A year not much lower than two percent and not much higher. It's like they're Goldilocks swit- spot. And normally when the economy is growing fast enough and unemployment is low enough, you would expect inflation to also be rising. Because when the economy is growing, it means the people have jobs and more money to buy things. And so they start spending more money, and then prices of those things go up a little that's inflation. But since the middle of last year, even though the economy has been growing inflation has been falling. And it is now well below the feds two percent target. In fact, let's make that the planet money indicator. Inflation right now is rising at one and a half percent. Maybe that falling inflation is just a blip and it'll start going back up later in the year. But if it does not start going back up towards two percent. And remember, it is the feds job to make sure it does get back up to two percent, then the fed would have to consider boosting the economy even more to bring inflation backup. And so now, we can discuss the feds dilemma, if the fed is not careful in explaining why it is boosting in a Konami that already seems to be healthy. It could send a confusing message to the public it might even backfire. So we called up someone who understands how this all works first-hand. I am Sarah bloom Raskin, I was a governor on the Federal Reserve Board and the Federal Open Market committee. I am currently a Rubinstein fellow at Duke University Sarah was on the Federal Reserve from two thousand ten to two thousand fourteen and the governor she was one of the people at the fed who always voted on monetary policy. And she said there are a bunch of different ways that the public might interpret fed decision to boost the economy later this year. So the communication becomes critical. How does the fed talk about a rate cut? Why? Exactly is the fed doing it. How were they going to communicate the reason for that move? And the words they choose are going to be really important in determining what path the economy actually takes. This communication happens in press conferences, like the one today with chair Powell and also in speeches that members of the fed give to the public that communication influences. How the public interprets any decision made by the fed and in our conversation with Sarah, she identified four different ways, the public might interpret decision to further boost the economy, I the public might think that the fed is panicking that it is boosting the economy because it thinks the economy is about to collapse. And I think if the fed were to take such an action that could itself unsettle markets and potentially tip the economy into a place that the fed didn't intend it to go. And what you mean does it if people start believing that the economy is in trouble it? Could become almost like a self fulfilling prophecy people stop spending money because they wanna make sure they have enough money to hold them over during the upcoming hard times. But if everyone stop spending money all at once that will itself bring on the hard times because he Konomi needs people to spend their money in order to keep going, obviously, the fed would like to avoid this particular interpretation of its decision. The economy's a flat circle. Which brings us to the second. Possible interpretation that the fed is boosting healthy economy. Just in case things get bad later, especially since any decision by the fed normally takes a little while to affect the economy monetary policy acts with a lab it it doesn't act immediately. So these people are going to say, let's lower rates now because we're going to be getting into choppy waters later. So that is the second interpretation if the fed decides to boost the economy later this year, it's not because the fed is panicking. But because it wants to preempt a recession before it can start the third possible interpretation, basically is why not why not the economy? What? Yeah. Let's see what this baby can do. Who cares? If it's already growing fast. Let it keep growing even faster. That would be great. It means more jobs. It means more people getting raises. Remember, it's been a long slog since the recession ended in two thousand and nine and since inflation is too low anyways booth. Getting the economy would be perfectly consistent with the feds job. It's not like boosting the economy a little more. We'll send inflation skyrocketing way above the fence target and Sarah. At least thinks that is a plausible case. I think that is a completely appropriate argument one that is absolutely possible. And that there is space actually for more stimulation to occur and that that stimulation can happen without doing anything super dangerous to the inflation rate. And finally, there is a Fourth Way that the public might interpret decision by the fed to stimulate the economy, and that is that the fed caved to political pressure and specifically political pressure from President Donald Trump. See the president has aggressively called for the fed to cut interest rates and stimulate the economy. Because of course, he wants his presidency associated with a super strong economy. But the fed is supposed to make decisions based only on. What is good for the economy not on? What is good for a politician or political party? And so traditionally the president does not comment that much on monetary policy. President Trump has broken with that tradition. And it means that the fed will have to convince the public that it is not being influenced by the president's words that it is still acting independently. How do you think you would have responded to it? If some kind of pressured like this had been coming from the White House while you're on the FOMC. Well, we would try very hard to to not respond to it. So basically the fed will try to tune out the president. But more importantly, it will need to convince the public that it has tuned out the president. So look, this is all still hypothetical, but if inflation remains low or even goes lower the fed eventually will have to decide whether or not it wants to stimulate the economy by lowering interest rates. The message coming from the fed if it does make that choice will have to be crystal clear because Sarah points out just lowering rates might. Not be enough. How the fed explains its decision will matter too because rates are not the only tool that the fed has for managing the economy. It's other tool is the language it uses and like any tool it can be used and it can be misused.
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Philadelphia to stop giving ICE access to arrest database, mayor says
"Your, Mercedes Benz dealer in doylestown well one of those big showers you spoke of is really pounding. Route fifty five in south jersey now we're getting reports now several members of the AT and, t., tip force at two one five seven twenty four ten sixty fifty five. Southbound absolutely crawling near route forty we'd see delays, in both directions right around forty just south. Of forty in the Vineland area so if you're heading to the southern shore point at something you're going, to have to deal with now if you're trying to, get to the shore. At all you're looking at forty two backup starts at ferry avenue and candidate continues to one sixty eight then slow again from College drive getting onto the Atlantic City. Expressway also heavy on forty-seven through Dennis bell and we're seeing big delays on seventy three through maple shade as well and now we're seeing got a couple of calls on a big delay on. One thirty both directions near the Betsy Ross bridge there's a new traffic pattern there all right back to Pennsylvania where we're jammed on the Schuylkill, expressway really both directions from south Philadelphia king of Prussia about a fifteen minute ride each way on ninety, five southbound heavy from bridge street. Down, to Gerard jammed again from the airport to three twenty two northbound from the Delaware state line. To the Commodore Barry which is jammed heading into Pennsylvania I should tell you that from about, mid, span it looks there's because of volume now lots of volume of the. Blue route southbound heavy from Saint David all the, way down the ninety five and still some. Delays on the ramp from route one southbound trying to get on the southbound blue route as well now, looking pretty good with mass transit at this hour no, major delays next update. Less than ten minutes I'm Brian Ramona the TruMark financial twenty four hour traffic center you Brian News time four oh four it's a victory to the, city's immigrant community mayor Kenney will not. Renew the city's agreement with US. Immigration and customs enforcement allows ice access to the police departments arrest, database parse from city hall St., Talavera county says he's been concerned for some. Time now that is uses pars in an appropriate ways amid July meeting with ice officials may have ice the city's decision admitted that their USA pars during ice enforcement operations can, result in immigration enforcement against Philadelphia. Residents who have not been accused of nor convicted, of a crime city solicitor Marshall. Pratt, says they had a strong factual and legal basis stadia safer healthier, and more inviting when are law abiding residents including witnesses and victims of crimes need not fear that they will suffer adverse immigration consequences when seeking to report. Crimes Mariam Rica's says the Kennedy administration remains committed to, maintaining Philadelphia as. A welcoming, city decision that will. Once again reinforced to our immigrant communities that this city is. Not an Extension of ice Steve, Taiwa KYW. NewsRadio American Civil Liberties union taking twelfth New Jersey school district's court including three from Camden Kelly the agency content state law being violated in the way the districts require students to be signed up. From. David Madden mistake constitution mandates a free public education. For all but the ACLU argues these twelve districts. Require parents to produce state issued ID card which. Illegal immigrants won't have staff attorney Elila who works his says the agency's done this before want to have to litigate this but we are prepared to do so and back in. Two thousand sixteen each of the five lawsuits that we filed settled within a, leak, and because a lot of clear we hope, that that happens again this time disturbing regional high schools named in the suit along with. Del mar in Winslow township. School districts and nine others in the northern part of the state sterling regional has not responded to our call while the attorney for Winslow township in Belmar has declined comment David Madden, KYW NewsRadio a lawyer for Bristol man charged with. Shooting a nineteen year old in may says they're prepared to, argue the, shooting with self defense with the story suburban bureau chief Jim Melwert Gary Goddard's facing, attempted murder charges for shooting, this is Sean mcduffie, and, ahead on may fourth is lawyer Blake Jackman says on the night in question is clients all six foot four inch three hundred thirty pound nineteen year old on top. Of his son beating, him the defense in this case is that Mr. Goddard is, not a criminal but a concerned father who was protecting. His son got hurdles in court for a bail hearing it was originally, charged with mcdonagh's murder but an autopsy showed the fatal shot was fired by another man and the charge was changed to attempted murder John. Rubinstein set bail at one million, dollars pointing out whether or not, he killed mcduffie a gunshot to the head shows Goddard intended to kill him it happened as friends and family gathered for prompt pictures mcduffie and Tommy Ballard were. Both shot and killed Joseph Williams is charged with both of their murders in doylestown Jim Melwert KYW NewsRadio Time seven Live from the CBS three eyewitness weather center meteorologist. Kate Bilo. Thanks, Michelle well we've got some pretty ugly storms heading. Our way they're just spotty for now out ahead of the main line. Of storms a few scattered ones have popped up one over extreme south jersey over. Cumberland county one up in the. Lehigh valley the rest of us just seeing a few lights spotty sprinkles, for now but the stronger storms will come through, later tonight especially between about eight and. Ten pm a severe thunderstorm watch has been issued that goes until ten. O'clock tonight also a flash flood watch for areas off to the west areas that got a lot of rain earlier in the week that could see flooding be exacerbated by any. Intense rainfall and, in fact a flash flood warning just popped up in. Berks county so tonight mostly cloudy thunderstorms around some strong to severe low. Seventy two the good news is behind. The front we're going to see humidity. Drop tomorrow, mostly sunny not. As humid high eighty nine Sunday. Looks good mostly sunny and nice at eighty six. On Monday Partly sunny with a, few afternoon showers and storms possible high, eighty seven but then more active Tuesday and Wednesday Both days are mainly cloudy with chances for showers and thunderstorms and highs in the.
Ivanka Trump closes fashion line to focus on helping her father
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"rubinstein" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete
"So welcome everybody to live episode of control delete i'm so excited to be here and also wit in independent bookshop loot chins and rubinstein have i said that writes in lovely notting hill it's a sunny day and just trying to set the scene for people who might be listening on the cost later and i'm here with someone who i'm just i've been found girling out for the last half an hour so sorry but adam kay everybody i've managed to rope you in i didn't know how because you're the busiest person in the world at the moment because your book is this going to hurt is a sunday times number one bestseller it is everywhere it's been translated into twenty languages it's one hundred awards and you are just in demand so thank you what else would i be doing yeah i think well i'm not a morning person am wanting person okay so i yeah we're both just like drinking coffee on the way here but this is going to be great so just a little spiel from me and then and then it's the adam show is not about me but i just wanted to say that we all have for independent bookshop week hashtag ib w two thousand eighteen which is popped of books on my bag which is an incredible initiative in okinawa's ation round by the booksellers association and essentially i suppose we are here to talk about buying books supporting your local bookshops it's really important i definitely order things of amazon prime like that happens and in a way that's fine too but i do think we need to buy books from local bookshops if you want to support independent bookshops just lastly goto bitterly ford slash bookshop hair is and essentially it's about making sure that shops most able is that we keep growing the numbers eight hundred now which is actually way more than a few years ago so we should treat them like cultural institutions is the campaign like pubs so keep them going so onto your juicy juicy book going to stop being serious yeah that's the sarasota so i'm just going to read it quickly plug my book but they're not i won't do that again so i've just i just wrote the multi hyphen method i'm bringing out because it's relevant to the first question which is a book about the feature of luck also the fact that we can be multiple different things human beings are more complex than just picking one thing for life we have different chapters in our lives we are all different things at once and we can be if we want to be and what i find interesting about about the you know something that you say which is quite serious about the book is that you meant to pick your job for life at sixteen on a ups form and oversee the book is about being a former junior doctor how is that crazy that you you made such a big decision at such a young age and just been up in constantly fascinated since since the day i applied to to this is the case so sixteen basically is when you choose your levels and medical schools quite reasonably want to certain set of subject so that's that's the point when you decide what you want to between the ages of twenty five and sixty five and six no age to decide to do anything let alone or he wants to do for the entirety of the rest of your life and no one checks when you apply for medicine.
"rubinstein" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The minnesota craft sterling industry so were kinda provincial here legoui singh said because we're minnesotans and the north that we're pretty cool what do you what they are thanks thank like what is it that makes our brewing earning distilling culture eunic novaco think about it you're i can go from a lot of the people in the end a certain somebody's got a story right now have a unique story in so whether it's the land you know whether it mike in cherry up and how it and and starting the distillery from their family you know grains right there in the field if it the distillery you know like rubinstein down a north yoga fits moderates the fit you know stiller being the first disturbing brewery i mean we've got if i take a second so we've got that for cillari can't test copper wing damn works do now hard north i see unsee gate carver law with moon liquor kanther rack filter tattersall to an spirit you know minutes a woman only and secretly up into look i mean we're all we're all in it together and i think it kind of the you know it was it was a super bowl pulled north but i think it's because i think we've got grit i think that we have the fabric of hard work it's kind of like the dunkin' donuts guy making up at work lock make the doughnuts your waking up at four o'clock you know making eurobashing grinding the green and cover we're starting at six o'clock in the morning and sometimes when i leaving the building and so eleven o'clock at make because we haven't events as well so i think it's the fact that were minnesota makers that aren't scared to roll up our sleeves to do the work to create a dan though destination for kraft spirit i do love that in this environment so it's going to happen at the.
"rubinstein" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Tenth anniversary they didn't have to come right the the town struck a chord with those people in movie a few years ago danny rubinstein who wrote the story i came and it just has drawn some of those people to come back because they were set up in town for so long they kind of grew to bond with the community well i mean they fell in love with would the same way i fall in love with woodstock uh we're gonna talk more with threats hated somebody by the uh the uh uh bill murray but i it's called the bill murray house disowned by down legs 8 bed and breakfast yeah yes but added a year ago new all but we can talk about that a fantastic i want to talk about that i wanna talk about the musical the danny rubin was involved in the you saw in new york and is cl i thought the this is going to be you know the next uh you know the next hair or not quite the next hamilton that from everything i had heard about a and that it was going to be a huge smash it may still be but it it didn't seem to capture you loved it did you not when you saw it i am totally by it end admittedly co and i love it i got a lotta already dead i mean i i still don't know quite what have we haven't talked a lot of a lot of things i'm on the phone with my pal rick pillars who rick how can people get in touch with you because i think people at woodside would certainly be a lovely place to live and that's year in the business of selling places to live.
"rubinstein" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Did you know i'm a serviceman i try to do what i think is right most of the republican party did not want me to run as a republican they even put out statement saying we all want an in the party because you were to moderate or yeah probably 'cause i was to monitor coming up on bloomberg past colin powell discussed his role as secretary of state more of his conversation with david rubinstein straight ahead this is bloomberg this is a bloomberg gripped take in the context in background on issues of interest our focuses on fighting islamic state with bloomberg's lease a buyer situation while the produce tainted it established in iraq and syria starting in 2014 it neartotal collapse the group it's been push mainly into a relatively small area along the border if those two countries background the group was established in two thousand four alqaeda um and uh it really began to gain force uh in the uh after the uh to the serbian civil war broke out when it was able to actually push into syria and claimed claimed territory the number of terrorism kauppi's world why is increased almost ninefold since two thousand and many of those are inspired by islamic state mostly in the middle east and south asia and uh they that's the ideology is still something that we have to reckon with more on islamic state quick to exclude the emerge.
"rubinstein" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Rubinstein they spoke on david rubinstein's bloomberg television program 'peertopeer conversations you've now had to follow bill gates and steve bomber to legendary figures did you feel at that time that you're really ready for the job following those legends or were you say i knew about her job and they did the best advice i got from boats a bill and steve uh i think helped me a lot because clear message laws don't try to be like us uh don't even bother ought to sort of say all i'm succeeding these people just be are all in fact i remember made distinctly even during the interview process uh this is too for the the board was conducting the asked me you want to be the ceo i said only if you want me to be the ceo and the feedback on was what but people who want to be ceos are like i wanna be a said look that's not me and i remember when i'm going in talk to steve and he says yeah just be yourself it's too late to change since you've been the c o three and a half years the stock is up about the i guess it's about a hundred twenty percent when you go to the your annual shareholder meetings you get a standing ovation for what you've done the whole i get a lot of people's asking me hey look go come home and fix my computer okay you are a native of india what part of india uh i was born in hyderabad which is the central part of india and so growing up your parents doted on you i show yeah did nato view you were going to be prime minister or something important in the what did they want you to be they just wanted me to stop playing cricket and take my studies a little more seriously now you were an avid cricket buyer sam yes that is correct i was in love with it to end when did you realize you weren't going to be a professional cricket by the pretty sued quickly i realize that at best i would pay up a b or what is considered perhaps firstclass cricket in india what i was not going to go much further than that but you.
"rubinstein" Discussed on WTMA
"The washington monument reopens on the elevator open but hey there the government so since we're already repairing the elevator anyway what are we build a new facility next to it that will be used for cavity searches and x rays of citizens who want to take an elevator to the top of the washington monument to take a picture out of the big thick window of the white house down below how about that well we've got to have a new security facility on the monument has been closed since august of two thousand sixteen because of reliability issues whether it's elevator under the new contract awarded last friday after a month's long process about three million liam dollars will be spent to repair and modernize the elevator the elevator work as being paid for by donation from philanthropist and businessman david m rubinstein he gave seven point five million dollars to help fund the repairs after the earthquake damaged the monument in two thousand eleven rubinstein oh isn't that great great american successful given back at night and that sweet that's very nice them rubinstein has been a major contributor to other projects in the washington area including helping pay for renovations to the lincoln memorial thank you thank you mr rubin said that's very generous w and and good things to give your money to the roughly seven william dollars remaining in the contract will be spent on a new glass and steel building as at mark levin's headquarters glass and steel building for security and visitor screening there's your government the elevator broke and we got a new sevenmilliondollar security building out of it and a threemilliondollar elevator repair took more than a year to find a contractor and it will take about three years to get the elevator working again that's your government say no more anti wonderful and there was a back to the hurricane there was a a nice lady on the line a couple of minutes ago as mary from calverton maryland and she wants to make a good point i wanted to go to her and i wanted to let her maker point but but she was busy and had to go do other things made a really good point they talk about.