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"sandra gary" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

03:58 min | Last month

"sandra gary" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Had testimony from the police chief in Minnesota in the Derek Chauvin case is kind of unheard of. Um, but you know, there's still a long way to goal. As I say in dealing with a lot of these. Structural obstacles to reform. Yeah, Dr. Lee your thoughts on the same question in the legislative point, part of it. It's worth noting that the mayor took some steps. I think around June 10th shortly after the Murder, and he issued an executive order banning certain practices like the use of choke calls and requiring that officers intervene when they see Another officer, using excessive force and And required that they exhaust our reasonable alternatives. And that was very quick action. And then he appointed this, uh, 45 member task Force on policing which completed and I think 90 days. Very comprehensive report. And in April 29th. He announced additional response, which is far reaching. I think some of those reforms have the potential of really making a difference in policing and May well prove to be a model for other cities. Professor as professor Gary Thompson. You were involved in that, weren't you? Uh, actually, I was not involved in that particular, um, committee? I would. I chaired a previous, uh, Criminal Justice committee when Mayor Turner was first elected, Um Yeah. But But I agree with Dr. Leave that, you know, uh, that those were important steps to take, especially the duty to intervene. Um, And since you know Houston is, uh, Houston Police department is the largest police department. I believe in the state. Um, so that that goes a long way in terms of creating the model for other jurisdictions, but again It's only one jurisdiction so you know, we need to see reforms. In small towns and large across every state, uh to really deal a huge difference. I have to say One thing I really appreciate about this forum is that you are living up to the racial equity and social justice title by not just limiting it to one group. You're also talking about hate crimes against Asian Americans. Hispanics And the transgender community. So in our couple moments left Dr. Lee your thoughts on why it's important to be this inclusive at this point. Well, um, we need to note that it's not just African Americans who subject to Two. Release excessive force at times and not just African American to sustain Victims of hate crimes, and there's been a history of these kind of hostilities toward Asian Americans. Certainly history toward Hispanics. You notice when it Gentlemen. I travel all the way they'll Paso to murder Hispanics. Um, and there's been a transgender people are being murdered now in record numbers. So we need to take note of that and ask ourselves. Where does all this tape come from? Generally, And is there something we can we can do about it. You know? Well, I do want to say that the first step I think in all problems is to talk about them. And I think it's very important. The group you've brought together to talk about this tomorrow. I thank you both for joining us today to talk about it. So thank you. Thank you very much. Dr. Lee is the vice president of for community relations and institutional access at the University of Houston and Professor Sandra Gary Thompson is professor of law.

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"sandra gary" Discussed on Hospitality Forward

Hospitality Forward

07:36 min | 5 months ago

"sandra gary" Discussed on Hospitality Forward

"Buzz around the world. I'm not. I'm not quite sure how will work in. But there's always room for great stories. And as gary said it's not just about thinking. Oh new menu. Yes that can be right. But what's so special about menu. Why is it different. Why should we know. And why should any so things that some you know. There's no story but if it's good enough but we wouldn't publish so it's just about thinking how how it works with the cocktail lovers style. Why would fade. Most people is make sure you look at the magazine before you pitch an idea to us because you know some people will just pitch straightforward trade is. We don't do that when not just about repeats in press releases we like to get a story behind it. Get our boys behind it and really be passionate about so. I would suggest that you haven't already even if you don't get the magazine happened on our website and get an idea of town off style and the kind of things that we writes about eight insights. So how can our listeners. Best reach you to pitch stories Yet with the go go to our website. There's a contact on there. That's that's where we get into the united states our cold context if you like Scuds website there's a contact phone fill that in on. That will come to the two of us. I mean some people contact us fire Face fight anymore around. Yeah that's the website just in case the cocktail lovers dot com and that's also where we all on instagram. Facebook is cocktail lovers and now for the listener questions segments of our show. We have a question from a fan of the cocteau. Lovers in south korea outs noah. Young jin kwon who formerly worked charles h. at the four seasons really unsal and We visited there and saw him in action. It's amazing pass. Great and now. He has his own bar. Insult called zest soul and a. He opened his bar during this pandemic or two very very brave soul. So he asks. What advice would you give to a new bar to bring its awareness of the global level especially with travel being so restricted. These days. well it's gotta be good. Oh social media. I think you know that's the way these days when lucky in some ways that the pandemic has happened now because at least we do have social media we do have internet and we can't keep connected with anybody and every fourteen around the world so it's about making yourself relevant on on instagram. All on facebook. Facebook live doing some some child closets from from your from your car i would just say yet. Build your audience that way and and also send us some details house. Let us know what are you doing. You know we. We want to know how how thing now think about this. You've just your car in the middle of a pandemic things. What is the struggles. How will you manage in. Since the first of the kind of stories that people want to know those are the things that we like to now because we want to know things from the past no levels that always think along funds lines as well and i think again sutton from our point if he were those kinda stories as we keep saying you know we. We write full. As consumer and industry asandra synthetic of stories had to i've a bow in the middle of a pandemic. that's a great story for everyone. An industry own. These story in our consumer redes- will be fascinated by story. Live west last question of our show so what do you see the s. The future of the bar experience post kovic tricky. We we were talking about this year on this. Well because on the one hand on really optimistic and oh everyone's going to rush back into the pause and account white because we've seen this happen after the us lockdown people. Okay didn't rush back into the house but they wanted to go back out. Everyone's been indoors for so long that people are planning when they can supply next meal when they can put on the nice frog and governed set and meet with people to be different. Because before when we were empowers. You could stand up. You could do all of this contact thing and that's called now. It's gonna take a long time before you can hug all feel free to today. Those things about does detract from the experience by people. I think people still won't go out. It might be some people that are more hesitant. So if you're ball with an outside space that's right. gary has a different take on this. Whoa whoa yeah. I think the things that i think everyone's going to be aware of From above point of view is to again put yourself in the consumer the guests shoes because often we came out the fest. Big lockdown back in whenever that was may june of last year. Some said i think most people we news will. I can't wait to get back for the people that we now. But bob rose amongst people who knows a few people saying i stood up to a comfortable on the bit worried of aiming to a crowded ball. So i think you've got to really be mindful of your guest experiences. Doesn't make sure they really comfortable with coming coming back out. Because i don't think we're gonna go straight on how it was. I mean would love it too. I think that's going to happen in any major country on you might just say i think we've got to be really mindful and say fake maple back on the journey and as them back in and say. This is safe environment. We're looking at here. everything's clean. I think we've got to be really careful in tight. How people's hands in a nice way we're gonna we're gonna gonna have to build people's confidence essentially earned the trust yes while disciplines so much fun and i wish we can talk to you more on either hours. You're not to see you both and hopefully we'll see you in london. Which is one of our favorite city in the world and sometime soon few well and be happy. Okay you too bye. Always inspiring to chat with asandra and gary the hardest working couple ever now that you know what sandra gary cover. Please feel free to pitch them. Your story ideas that would be of interest to a global audience to mention that you heard them on our podcast. We have a lot of exciting media guest in the pipeline as well. So please subscribe on apple podcasts. Spotify iheartradio google podcasts. Or your favorite podcast. Whose leave a review until your friends and colleagues next week. I'm then join us as we move forward together..

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"sandra gary" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:58 min | 7 months ago

"sandra gary" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's 40 minutes after 10 o'clock as we return to this evening rebroadcasts of forum Good evening. We're talking books and Pamela Paul at a New York Times Book Review is with US co author of How To Raise a Reader and We were Talking Before we had to go to the break about the difference is breaking down, perhaps between what was often seen as a real serious dichotomy between Books that were much more beauties commercial, as opposed to more literary books. And Pamela, You're opining. Please continue. Yeah, I mean, I do think again. That good genre is good writing period often and a lot of literary writers. I think we're incorporating many of thesaurus of tools of Jonah writing and aspects of it into their writing. You know, earlier on Vanessa, who I mentioned Charles you He certainly does that with his work. Colson Whitehead plays around a lot with Sandra Gary Shine guard. You know, there are many literary writers who I think you do this and I think there again it's there isn't so much of a divide. I mean, Stephen King, for example, Where would you put him? Obviously, he's a huge best selling. Writer of genre, But he's also an excellent writer and sort of, you know, crafter sentences and he doesn't on Lee right in one genre, so I think those lines are breaking down in a good way. Good to hear and speaking of genre. I wanna bring Tanya Foster into this who is a poet and he was the author of a swarm of bees in high court and listen as a foreign program know that I've always been very high on poetry and a target for many years, and that we hear from Tanya about poets who were worth reading and Tanya. Welcome to the program. Thank you. Excuse me. Thank you for having me this morning. Delighted to have you and I should mention the tongue is also endowed chair of poetry at San Francisco State and editor of the African American Review, And let's talk about poets, particularly now who are For you in the Vanguard and well, let's call him must read poets. Well, there's so much incredible work happening, and one of the things I just wanted to preface..

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"sandra gary" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:05 min | 9 months ago

"sandra gary" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"W II. Our top story. The Supreme Court is hearing arguments today on a case that could affect the future of Obamacare is being challenged by the state of Texas Solicitor General Cao Hawkins argued that without the penalty for not having health care, the affordable care act is no longer constitutional. It is a naked command to purchase health insurance, and as such, it falls outside Congress is a numerator powers. This is the third major challenge for Obamacare. That's come before the high court and the first major test for newly appointed Justice Amy Kuney. Barrett. Some Texas Republicans are backing President Trump's refusal to concede the election to Joe Biden calling for more investigations. Eric like and reports, although former President Bush congratulated by it and pushed Trump to concede he's an outlier. Other Texas GOP members are supporting the president's claims of voter fraud. Governor Greg Abbott, along with senators John Cornyn and Ted Cruz signal support for Trump's legal challenges. Crews went a step further claiming votes were counted Quote in a shroud of darkness unquote in Pennsylvania and that Trump still has a path to victory. Trump filed a flurry of lawsuits and battleground states. Cruz said he would like to see the U. S. Supreme Court take up trumps case in Austin Eric like, um NewsRadio 1200 Wook I. The Texas Legislature convenes in January, and state lawmakers are already filing bills. The 87th legislative session unofficially opened yesterday. And by the end of the day, senators and representatives have filed nearly 550 bills. Some bills addressed familiar issues such as Democrats, efforts to hike the minimum wage. The GOP's attempts to limit abortion and both sides. Interest in guns both for and against. There were also bills related to the pandemic Anti police brutality. Metrohealth is set to release the monthly epidemiology report for October this week, which gives an in depth look at Cove in 19 data in San Antonio Mayor Ron Nierenberg gave a preview of the report yesterday stating that young adults are testing positive for the virus at a higher rate than the rest of the population, Nierenberg said this could be a warning sign of another wave. The case rate among this same age group spiked in June, right before the July Serge Which could mean that the increased rate of infection among young adults may be an early warning indicator of a surgeon cases. The mayor also reported a troubling statistic about Bear County men, He said health officials have found that men in the area are less likely to get tested for the virus, but are more likely to die from it as Bayer counties. He's a steady rise in covert cases over the past three weeks, health officials are advising everyone to be overly cautious during the holiday season. Deputy director of Metro Health, Dr Sandra Gary says to play it safe going into the holiday season. Of course, we are in agreement with CDC recommendations that when it's possible to stay home for people to try to stay home As of this morning, Bayer counties covered 19 community risk level remains in the moderate zone for continuing coverage of the election. Stay with NewsRadio. 1200 Wook, I I'm Margo Moreno NewsRadio 1200 w O A. I Oi!.

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"sandra gary" Discussed on CryptoBeast with Steve Outtrim

CryptoBeast with Steve Outtrim

10:51 min | 1 year ago

"sandra gary" Discussed on CryptoBeast with Steve Outtrim

"Playful adults shoulder exploring that is is. I don't really like the sound of that. Urban Neck Romances. Sa's what what is what does that even main And then they say that it's extremely open ended and invites active participation side. This became the thing about burning man as well. Nice spectate is nice. Backside is you have to become a participant. Say You know what I'm trying to shut here. Is that the burning man. Kana came out out of these secret societies and was being used as a why to fade people into these secret societies. And it says we ask that night. Organized religious or political groups rough draft to spread their finishes at obsessions. We're not here to propagandize people and that sort of ironic. Because Light Berryman man would actually employ a minister of propaganda and very clearly a propagandize people And then you can see some of the visual stylistic. Things that were going on here caught a fed into the wide magazine aesthetic that was being produced by people. People not too far away from that The talking about Madam Boulevard Ski. So this is pre providing the also fee and the cult dimes of truth of dare picnics. A Diet. The rices Having a session on ritual lying They will donayre primitive costumes. Assemble in a neo. Trouble trouble cab sought to blur and recreate consensus reality with our tiles of great deeds and Glorious Adventures. Did you beat City Hall flying a Ufo issued craps with the devil. This chance to talk about it. Feel free to bring a sample of your favorite intoxicant site the during mushrooms during the the doing how lucid moments. In my opinion. There's evidence of that from that. I guess favored intoxicant could mean anything but we look at the top of stuff off the getting up to it certainly sounds like acid trips. But it's interesting that that's the way I think about not ritual storytelling or anything like that. Richard ritual lying and. It's a good thing we should have more more Li- They got time machines and stuff like that guy on The calling for a for a new dock ages I look at all these scowls skull tapes and everything Answer the unknown. If you've taught of being the same person you were yesterday I if you're good at following instructions if you don't mind being blindfolded and if you enjoy talking to strangers is that this event is for you It will begin around seven. PM and take about three to six hours. Depending on the Ouachita wearing discussion will follow after so they would do stuff. Like take you to blindfold you so you didn't know where you were and say that you have to step in. I put your put one foot in front of each other and hold the person. Listen in front of you and from is instructions and then you get supplies. Turn taking the blindfold off and you've just crossed. Some crazy bridge will Kasim or something like that. Where if you'd look down you probably would've thought a fraud? But because he did it blindfolded and in this episode of trust you did something that you might not have otherwise been able to. It's a lot of the stuff have to do with mind. Control putting people in unusual and uncomfortable situations and saying how they respond Cy Do people just spontaneously. Come up with a bunch of stuff like this because I think that would be a fun. Lap United States this blindfold everyone or is this something more sinister guy. On of of of Testing Ron creding. An alternative reality in which virtually anything is possible. The talking about mind altering stuff Eight the dead at says we have obtained a variety of healthy to Scott Human Body Parts from SF General Hospital. And we'll we use them in a faced fit for a cannibal king. We can always guarantee that this will be a once in a loft on gourmet eighteen opportunity and a unique chance to confront and Mazda depots purpose in ambitions Meet at Sam's try to Sandra Gary. I'll be the one wearing the necklace of rats. Skulls site. A lot of this experiment stuff. They being Roenick is at a jog. Or is that real. I mean it looks completely railed. Somme Rod they actually get together and eight human body parts lots And then I've got like a journey across the waters of oblivion to the temple of the living dead a suicide night writing workshop I more sessions of their ritual. Lying in these organizations are out there in the recruiting people in the looking for people that are a bit strange and we don't really fit in socially and cya matching their abilities now with the Internet to recruit these top of of Lavas for these things This one here this volume in one number twelve September nineteen ninety seven it says the Cacophony Society is a loose confederation of artists mystics. Aluminum tricksters rebels with that causes and other inexplicable of sorts. So they they telling wrought there and black and what this is the illuminating. The this is is what's gone to create burning man you know But Hey me and gripe for the masses And then there's other stuff other stuff in the newsletter about Ah Washout Put The cacophonous philosophy to Piper for the first time well. That's the founder of the barbarian the luminosity at Moss L. Jesuit And and then they're gonNA add for some guy on the cremation of care at Bahamian Gripes. Either not just providing Illuminate either it also provided behavioral drive Talking about Oliver North Bay there is going to be in the The school play Laboratory its survival research laboratories will be doing parts. It looks at behavior and drive with material from lock. Aided Morton Thiokol The Gorge Stephen Paddock from Vegas shooting. He worked for that company. Morton thought call around the time that this was going on Cy this is pretty crazy. Right likely survival research labs people are doing exhibits of modern technology. Brahimi drive and this cacophony society. That's the the family of burning man a guy into it They're also talking about a first digital church. We shall become one with zero And that talking about bacchus. Which is the health club? I should rituals the ancient spirits of pliant potty craft radical culture red colts The talking about after imbibing. The necessary role material will embark on the rounds of downtown site. They get together and get dressed up and take a bunch of acid trip around That in itself is the end of the world but On a night the whole the whole some of Kana. What's going on with this stuff? I think is caught quite creepy. And I think that most people are GonNa Bernie. Men Don't realize is that it's come out of luck in that initiation rites of the Knights of Columbus and stuff like that Chasa meeting of the Jerusalem society and then this is the first one we have say the woods burning man party with the burning man. A party for the Bernie Man And then also having a shredding Potty Fawley all of North is coming to the Circle Star Theater in San Carlos on the night before we got to conduct a preemptive strike with a cacophony coffee tailgate party in the theater. Parking lot from this command pice. We should deploy volunteer team to price sensitive electronic listening devices around the building. As is a diversionary tactic we will conduct a public rating destructive secret documents from the back of a truck mounted shredding machine after these clandestine operations a complete. which so all we're taught to? The Comfort of the mobile command for victory celebration suggests that equipment cameras tight recorders identification papers a bottle of your favorite vintage in one dollars. Ah for expenses. The wearing of full dress uniform will show you a commanding position within the racks. So I won't Lapis address up of soldiers and guided the Oliver North speech and have a big shredding potty gotta making lot of his entire involvement in Iran Contra right led by simply throwing God and then I'll get an end on the slots that I did. I what happens in my presentation so I will put the proper presentation up on the on. Berne's dot don't may if you wanna down light and have a look at some of the stuff about the health lie club in that and the Not Alter that didn't get to talk about today. but there is black magic all around us on the Internet Yeah the original apple one was sold for six hundred sixty six dollars And Yeah Yeah. The boats in the Apple One's gotTA bought taken out of it That links the apple symbol to the fall of man and so the serpent The backyard's it. Every single box contains the number six six six The long stripes at the beginning thing and the end and in the middle. That's the guide for the number six. Say every back had in the world has six six six minutes literally the mock of the based The APP for the at symbol is kind of in many ways. Reminiscent of Horace The Google crime leg I you can get a six six inside that lie guy if you try to unpack it And then we have all of these words and computing that seem to suggest violence hacking slashing hitting keys punching cards trolls demons. Advertise spiders Yeah the the HASHTAG is a symbol for check might also symbolizes the Hasher themes and the straps of military uniform And even the the concept of screen itself. A screen isn't to something that you look at a straighter something that divides you from. What's on the other side Cy? Wherever there's you and scream screen there's also something on the side of the screen? That's looking back at you. I'm ed thanks very much for tuning in Are Really appreciate your attention or hype Fi. I found this interesting place. Better Dot may download the presentation and check the rest of it up..

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"sandra gary" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"sandra gary" Discussed on KQED Radio

"She wanted to could fewer resources into arresting drug users in more into solving sex crimes. She also wanted to do away with a common practice that would entail. Testing small personal use amounts of narcotics. In a lab. I've trying arrest public policy is set by the leaders who are elected in offices decide what the priorities are by the way, they spend their money and when you spend on testing marijuana instead of testing right kids. That's a statement soon after she got to office. Ogle so fired more than three dozen. Prosecutors her list of reforms was daunting, especially for the most populous county in Texas one known for handing out a lot of convictions, sentencing harshly and favouring capital punishment. So she reached out to stakeholders for advice on how to develop more humane programs in procedures groups, like homeless service organizations, mental health professionals and legal rights advocates like Sandra Gary Thompson from the criminal Justice institute at the university of Houston. You know, it was a long time coming for Harris County because Harris county's biggest county in the state and has had some of the poorest performance in many ways in terms of jail. Overcrowding jail suicides, lots of issues. Wrongful convictions. Sandra sa- critic of Texas has harsh sentencing and tough on crime policing. I met her inside her campus office surrounded by leather bound lawbooks. She tells me she'd been more interested in studying the courts and the police from the outside rather than advising them from within until came along. And Sandra since the rare openness to dialogue and reforms a unique opportunity. I just realized that nobody that I could see I didn't really hear a lot of voices. Speaking out for the people who are getting trapped in the system because I think frankly that the problem built up over decades without people realizing what they were doing what the consequences were of the kind of system that they were operating the way Sandra sees it. The entire criminal Justice system had been broken for years from the loss and the patrol officers who enforce them to the courts were defendants faced a judge and the jails. They sent them to around the country, but particularly in the south, whether I was in Ferguson, Missouri are in Harris County, Texas, the poor the defendant, the more unjust treatment was here's how it usually worked. If you were arrested for a misdemeanor minor offence. Then the police had probable cost it didn't mean you were guilty of something necessarily yet before you could face a judge in court. You were required to pay money to get out of jail. If you didn't have the money for bail anywhere between five hundred to fifteen hundred dollars, you could be held for days or weeks and a charge without any.

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"sandra gary" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"sandra gary" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"With the latest residents brace for possible outages due to the fire danger in Orange County dangerously strong winds turned deadly intestine at forty foot eucalyptus tree crushed the driver's side of a car, killing the woman inside neighbors talked about just how incredibly strong the Gus had been pushed me so hard. I was almost walking backwards as walking my dog Mackin San Diego County while firefighters are hoping the warnings pass without any wildfire issues. They know the potential Israel. Neighbors also not taking any chances, especially because of the devastation. They've seen in the past. We've burned down in twenty seven. So we know what it's all about meteorologist Shawn styles would be along shortly to let us know just how much longer we'll have to put up with these high winds last week congressman Duncan Hunter came on AM seven sixty alleging that his opponent in the November election. Changed his name to appease voters speaking on AM seven sixties Mark Larson show today challenger Ahmar campaign. Ajar says that's just not true. The fact that hunter went on your airwaves and said that I changed it the Joseph camp on the ballot. And you were able to verify it's not true. It's true to hunters form. I mean, if you can't get the small sacs, right? What makes any of us think he'd get the bigger ones right jar and hunter vying for votes in the fiftieth congressional district. Now you too can own a piece of fast food history. CBS news. Deborah Rodriguez has the story. I'm Sandra Gary a little bit about Kentucky Fried Chicken. One of Colonel Sanders. White suits and a matching Stetson hat are among the items going up for auction in Dallas, November third KFC founders driver's license. Credit cards and inscribed. Belt buckle and a wristwatch. We'll be sold off to they were all given to Sanders. Former driver and friend dick Miller spent the last decade of the colonels life working for him that Kentucky Colonel never served in the military died in one thousand nine hundred. At the age of ninety Deborah Rodriguez. CBS nukes measure that's gonna cost you buckets of money. Now, here's news eight Sean styles with your micro-climate forecast. The winds to last through tonight into tomorrow, we're seeing gusts up to sixty miles per hour in those mountain passes sustained winds twenty to thirty miles an hour from the east looks like this'll back off as we get into the mid part of the workweek and cool down. I'm meteorologist Shawn south for CBS news eight right now, it's clear in seventy seven in oceanside..

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"sandra gary" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"sandra gary" Discussed on WLOB

"The team's alleged said the i think people should stand for the national anthem a when i go to games might sometimes see people uh they're wandering around some of them sit down some of them are checking their phones during the national not everybody in the stadium is being respectful i think everybody should i don't know if you can force people to be respectful at all times like that all right but i think that a team can and i think it's a each team's responsibility i think the owners in the coaches should step up and say hey guys do your own thing off the field but when it's game time there's a lot of things we require of you and one of them is stay dan of for the national anthem thanks for the call sandra gary in detroit what are you thank arie well i some i agree with you i think it should be left up to the owners gear uh they're the boss these people are on their dime they're working for them and i work for a little quite a few bars who are good noise agree with but as long as it was an immoral illegal unsafe ironed to do what they told me earn company term yeah finn kamuta hussein mood in employee now he can't tell them after the game with a warmer grounder time square or columbus circle were wherever a new row and protest that's on their own time but when they're working per for him they do what he serves is willing to let them meal and and risk losing customers losing business losing sponsors then there is call yeah and the do you think that the so you don't think the league should have an overall rule let the let each team do it on their own and then maybe we can go about the business look gary i think the press that is adding up the cost of all these things cnn is tallying the vice president's um you know bill for the the game and he says inconvenience people etcetera and.

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