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"scott decker" Discussed on HISTORY This Week
"Eventually the FBI places I've been under surveillance as they're getting their case together to make an arrest, they question him forcefully pushing him on some of his behavior. Ivan's is sort of unraveling. During one of his therapy sessions, he makes some threatening statements about hurting his co workers. At that point is therapists wasn't bound to confidentiality. Threaten to kill people. She told the police in a city detective escorted Bruce from his laboratory and banned him from you sammer grounds. Mile the FBI is close to making their arrest. But before they can do that something terrible happens. Bruce Ivins dies by suicide in two, thousand eight. Ivan's death means the case can never go to trial. It's one of those moments. In law enforcement dread, we can't really close the case satisfactorily there would be no trial there would be no plea no air of evidence. All that would never happen and that's required to really prove somebody in this country. Still. The FBI is pretty sure they had the right guy. And two, thousand and ten the Department of Justice releases a report stating that the evidence uncovered in the investigation quote established that Dr Ivan's alone mailed the anthrax letters. If, they've gone to court prosecutors would have had to prove that beyond a reasonable doubt. But they didn't go to court. And some people do have doubts. And Two thousand eleven a panel convened by the national. Academy of Sciences released a report saying that the science alone did not definitively show that the anthrax came from Bruce Evans's flask. They say it certainly could have come from there, but it's not clear beyond a shadow of a doubt there could be other possibilities. Clara Frazier League at one of the main scientists at the FBI worked with told us in an e mail she thinks the investigation had some loosens. She said, the science wasn't inconsistent with the idea that Ivan's could have been the scientists who produced this material. But that quote Ardita did not address who the mail was. Basically the science alone isn't proof. Decker agrees by the way he said it wasn't meant to be proof it was meant as a clue in the investigation. There are some other questions for example, know anthrax spores were ever found at is house or in his car. Remember when that congressional intern opened one of the anthrax letters, it took months to clean the office buildings. So maybe Ivan's didn't. To the mailbox in his car or maybe he was just. Super. Super. Clean. Plus some of Ivan's is co workers have debated whether Ivan's really had the equipment and experience he would have needed to make so much of this deadly powder. The FBI think C. Did and for Scott, decker, the evidence adds up. He's convinced that the FBI got the right guy and he says he's proud of the scientific part of the investigation. The amount of work that was done scientifically huge. was there more could have been done absolutely. What investigation couldn't you do a little bit more. If you had the time resources, we did not have the luxury of time. We had a serial killer on the loose. Able to do this as far as we know anytime, you want because we hadn't arrested or neutralized. On your mind. Sometimes law enforcement people and science people look at the same facts differently. We talked to one journalist David Willman who has covered the anthrax attacks. He told us that in the criminal world things have to be proved beyond a reasonable doubt. But in the scientific world, it's beyond a shadow of a doubt. And for everyone involved perhaps especially, the American public it's hard to live with any doubt at all in a case with life or death stakes. But the good news is the science is always getting better. The people involved in this case were inventing a whole new field microbial forensics but in the years since that field has gotten more advanced, quicker, cheaper easier. 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"scott decker" Discussed on HISTORY This Week
"Was one of those minutes. Then, in mid October there's the attack at the Senate building. About a week later to postal workers die in two days after being exposed to the spores and the country goes into full anthrax panic mode. When this became a news site on the seven Clark five o'clock news reported in newspapers. ABAND- side of human nature came out and people began mailing what we called white powder hoax. Take powder dumping it in April. In Mail it to business they just got fired from. Or somewhere accidental a janitor spilling some cleaning powder not sweet ended up before he went home from work. All of a sudden we'd have an anthrax coal. October November of a one I estimate we had fifty thousand of these each month. Fifty thousand each month. Yes. We could not collect them all as evidence there were too many. The fire departments carry bleach on the truck and just dump them in a bucket of dilute bleach. It was just overwhelming we were overwhelmed. What saved their bacon. Term I can use definitely will save their bacon was the network of laboratories. In the late nineties, the FBI had realized. They might someday need local labs around the country to help them test biological weapons. So those labs were ready. And now they're working overtime, but these leads are leading nowhere. It's around this time early November of two thousand one that Scott Decker moves from desk duty to the anthrax investigation. Remember, he has a background in science and he gets assigned to supervise a special science team. I have a squad of special agents. And all of them had advanced degrees in science. I believe it's the first time. The bureau has ever put together a group like that because it's becoming clear that the FBI is need to use new scientific methods to help them get some traction in this investigation, they're running into problems even when they try to do the most basic detective work. We couldn't look for fingerprints until we neutralize the entrance exports right track 'cause you couldn't just go touching those envelopes. If you touch some, you're GONNA get real sick possibly dying. So he ended up deciding to irradiate the envelopes but we had validate that irradiation. Didn't fact kill every score? So set of experiments had to be done before we could do the forensics semination. That's how the whole case let. We would come up with a new technique. We would have to validate it before we could put it into play. The irradiation works but no fingerprints on the envelopes. Decker in his squad have to start thinking about a new kind of forensics microbial forensics. Basically they have to get clues from the bacteria itself. To find whatever the bacteria might be hiding the I need to read it. And the way you read something like bacteria is to sequence. It's DNA. But at that time the end of o-on beginning of out to. The scientific. Community had never sequenced facilitator three. In its entirety. Never been done, but there was a lab in Maryland run by a scientist named Dr Clare Frazier Legat and they were really at the cutting edge of DNA sequence in two thousand one. They had sequenced I believe. To bacteria they knew it could be forensically important more likely in public health resident crimefighting. So now, the FBI to this lab and says. We need your help with fighting. We need to sequence DNA of the spores we found in these letters. The lab says. Yes. It'll take some time, but we can figure it out. The agents already know that this anthrax is a strain called aims. which is one of if not the deadliest strain of Bacillus racists. So, what they're looking for is any mutation a change in the genetic code, a sort of fingerprint that could help the FBI traced the bacteria's origins, find the aims, spores, and therefore the lab that was used to make this specific powder. Which means the agents need to collect all the Ames samples they can find. They go around to labs and eventually. We had over a thousand collected samples from around the country in the world. We knew that if we could be successful in this area, we might crack the case. Or we could develop evidence to support another crack. In the case, the science will be an integral part of the investigation, but they're still doing their regular detective work to. In October, the FBI had put together a profile of their potential suspect criminal minds style. Instead it was what they call a lone wolf. An individual. Working by himself non-confrontational. Highly Skilled and science. Also probably American. Because of some clues in the letters themselves. They were written to suggest an international threat, the one to Tom Brokaw read. In eleven o one this is next take penicillin. Now, death to America Death to Israel Allah is Great. But pretty quickly the investigators realize the deeds structure is American month I may. And it's also strange that Allah is great is written in English not an Arabic so they think they're looking domestically. And probably for a scientist. The Ames strain was a popular research strain in it was used in academic in military laboratories for Vaccine Research, an anthrax research. So it was very well thought that it probably came from a scientist to win very mo may no he said those strange head space to be in going to work every day thinking very likely somebody billions done this. They've killed on purpose gonNA probably do it again. Today's episode is supported by traditional medicinal 's created by herbalists. They make organic teas like throat, Coat Cup of calm or lemon ginger, traditional medicinal use high quality herbs that are based on centuries old herbal traditions as the fall and winter set in. 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"scott decker" Discussed on HISTORY This Week
"Dot com today. Scott Decker is a former FBI agent who worked on the anthrax investigation got a PhD in human genetics before he came to the bureau and he's been I seven years there on the Boston bank robbery task force. He said it was kind of like what you see on. TV. All the detectives are sitting around sharing ideas and the old days we sat in the bullpen. We had our desks split up against each other. We share telephones it was noisy. It was hard to write and concentrate in the late nineties. He joined the bureau's Hazardous Materials Response Unit. And around the same time, the public becomes newly aware of very hazardous material potential biological weapon anthrax. The Secretary of defense goes on ABC's this week in one, thousand, nine, hundred seven to talk about threats the nation faces. And at one point. She held up a five pound bag of sugar and said, this amount of dry anthrax were would kill half of Washington. DC. That was a wow moment. And what is anthrax? Anthrax is a disease. It's similar to today what's going on the diseases called covert It's caused by corona virus. So, with anthrax disease is called anthrax, it's caused by a bacteria. Not a virus bacillus anthracis. This bacteria occurs naturally. It grows in the soil in dry arid places. The most common victims of anthrax are actually livestock like cows in the American southwest. The deadliest form of anthrax is inhalation. You inhale the spores and the bacteria starts growing in your lungs creating poison byproducts that can kill you. To weaponize anthrax, you create a deadly powder from the bacteria's sports. It's a solid to takes on a form of guest scientifically. The way I think about it. If you've ever eaten instant oatmeal in those packages and you dump to package in the bowl. Most of it goes in the bowl, but there's a small amount of powder the drifts off the air of the kitchen. That's the deadly part of anthrax. Individual spores make up the powder. It justice. So light it up into the air. And people breathe it in. It's difficult to find the words to describe the feeling in New York, city today and then in. September. Two thousand one. Of Very different attack on the World Trade Center in New York. One of its most famous landmarks destroyed. Thousands. Dead. America is under siege. Decker. Goes up to. Ground. Zero. On. September twelfth. He's supervising a Hazmat team but he says he quickly realizes in the wake of this unprecedented attack that he'd rather be on the ground investigating. I WANNA put terrorists jail so I demoted myself. Wasn't a field office which was largely vacant it had been evacuated, but the computer still worked. So I typed out memo I said, I'm demoting myself back to St agent sex headquarters. Not long after decker demotes himself, the FBI starts to hear about something that happened in Florida. A man named Robert Stevens shows up at a hospital feverish and short of breath and within hours he dies. His spinal fluid test positive for anthrax. which is a huge surprise. There had been a case in national anthrax in the country since nineteen, seventy six and usually airs from textiles workers working with Russia. But Robert Stevens was a photo editor at a company called American, media. At a top aid called the son. He worked in an air conditioned office building. He lives in a hot and human tourist resort area and there no reason for him to come in contact with anthrax oscilloscopes traces no reason at all. Still at first people think it could be an accident, an isolated incident maybe he got it on a hike. And told us in fact, anthrax was so unlikely that some at the FBI thought the CDC might have just gotten the test. Wrong. We all thought that the CDC Blewett they didn't make a correct diagnosis, but then we had a second victim. Adecco. Realize the CDC did have it right and we had a problem on our hands. Very quickly at the FBI. These are planned attacks. A second and a third employee at American Media Test Positive for anthrax. Then, a letter addressed to anchor Tom Brokaw shows up at NBC News Leaking White. Powder. One of Dekker's colleagues at the CDC helped get that powder tested at a lab and the public health lab called him and told him we have zillions of sports. They used the word civilians and they also said when we tested it by DNA, it is bacillus sensory. That.
"scott decker" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"From Radio Vermont, it's the Dave Graham Show on wd? It's your show about the people places and the issues that matter the most to you. Now here's your host Dave Graham. Good Morning Vermont is the Tuesday June the thirtieth two thousand. And Twenty and we have a good show for you this morning. We're GONNA be speaking first off with. An old wd James Ehlers is going to be visiting with us and I think talking mainly about the F thirty five flights, the fighter jet flights in and out of the Vermont. National Guard base in Burlington. A lot of concern there that you know there's a lot of speculation leading up until their arrival last fall and since then there's just been Pretty loud drumbeat of concern from the community about just how how loud these planes really are, and not not sure what folks think ought to be done about it, but. There is. A lot of conservative will be hearing some of that from Mr. Elliott's I do believe in the second half hour. We're going to be visiting with Tracy Dolan. She is Deputy Commissioner of the Vermont Department of. Health wanted to get an update on our Kobe nineteen situation in the state governor Scott is continuing on his path of I. Guess You'd call it. Careful of the economy and we are of course Everyone's looking with alarm at at some of the. Figures and the seen on the national picture here, which is really quite concerning here it is coming into high summer around the United States and the Kobe. Nineteen virus is not going away. In fact on the contrary, we'll find out about some of that from from Tracy Dolan in the second half hour of the program this morning later on. We're going to be visiting with Dan Richardson he's our legal analyst of very active attorney in Montpellier former president of Bar Association and it all around good guy and Dan is. Going to be talking with us about a very important Supreme Court decision yesterday, relating to abortion rights access to abortion, etcetera and He Actually I think we'll has an interesting things to say about sort of the overall path of the Supreme Court, going forward I think there was a fairly widespread assumption among the general public that the court was really going to take a sharp turn to the right after appointments of Neil, Gorsuch and Brett Cavanaugh and there are some reasons that the court is. It's SORTA turning battleship? It doesn't turn dime and that we'll be talking with Dan about that. In the second half hour. Inbetween will be getting visit for from one of our reporters at axios. axios is one of the. National teams we go to sometimes for some perspective on what's going on out there in the broader country in world and I believe we are going to be talking this morning with a Ursula per now of of axios so. She may be I think she's a first time visitor to the day Graham, so show so I'm looking forward to that and Anyway. Let's get right it with James Ehlers who's on the line with us this morning? Good Morning James. Dave! What an a check in with you about the F, thirty five and and You know. I'm I'm? I think we may have to have a broader conversation about this point bringing in folks from the National Guard and And others there. Obviously, there's obviously some support in the community. Four base in these planes. In Burlington, they do generate some economic activity in heaven knows turn pandemic time. We need some economic activity so but. I think people are also really kind of surprised at. I mean there was a lot of speculation and prediction and studies indicating these planes are going to be louder than the old F16's but I think now that there. There is some growing reaction of holy cowards loud. What can you tell me? Well first off Dave. I'M GONNA. Let the economic activity assertion slide for the moment. Economically Benefiting Whom you know big question. But this morning you want to focus on the noise issue. And I would strongly encourage you to Get, the guard and some other folks. I'm going to recommend. WHO's working? I'm GonNa say this morning like Scott Decker and Jimmy lease a professor ranking. Physics Professor! From UVM. To come on the show and facilitate that dialogue and in fact I wish. WD And yourself would would host a public debate because right now. Our voice is. Or being marginalized and I think that's a nice way to put it. Even the National Guard. General General, night When he's. hosting town halls as he is tonight. you have to submit your questions in advance so you can decide whether or not he wants to answer them. So. We don't really have much recourse other than opportunities like this. Day because the politicians, and that is the other major aspect of this Mayor Weinberger. Governor Scott in particular. You know we we don't have enough time to get into all the issues with. Senator Leahy he's. The glass. And Senator Sanders for that matter. but we were. We were told we knew this wasn't true at the time. was that the noise wasn't going to be an issue thirty five. We're going to be louder. But not that much louder. And? You know I'm not you know I'm not your normal. What's The pejorative? They use for for people who oppose. Military and that sort of thing would they call snowflakes man? I'm not your average. Average snowflake I'm a veteran used to work in logging and loud noise. Yeah No, I'm here I just you know you used to loud noises and you're not a typical snowflake is which telling me and. And, I I. I. I I. I've I've received all sorts of negative comments and slurs directed me since taking a position against the basing of these aircraft here but the long short of it is. The the noise here is blistering. In! The the second aspect of that is. The airport, commissioners. Willful. Willful collusion with the National Guard. To avoid. Having to measure the noise because they know if they had the sound measurements and we have them from an electrical engineer..
"scott decker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"York governor Cuomo has announced there will be a curfew in New York City starting tonight from eleven PM to five AM as more protests are set to get underway I'm Jimmy Floyd this is All Things Considered on W. NYC one week after George Floyd died in police custody the nationwide protests continue we've got the latest from across the country this hour plus the syndrome in children that is now appearing in small numbers in children across the country and in corona virus news we consider the intersection of the current protests and the way unemployment and health crises are playing out across the country that's after news headlines live from NPR news I'm Laxmi saying attorneys for the Floyd family say an independent autopsy into George Floyd's death last week finds he died of asphyxiation due to neck and back compression it is reportedly different from the official autopsy which included other factors as contributors to cause of death today Floyd's brother Terrence went to the place where his sibling died he urged people to use their power in the voting booth rather than violence to affect change George Floyd was killed when a police officer Minneapolis captain Dion his neck for at least seven minutes despite Floyd's cries that he could not breathe video of the encounter set off nation wide demonstrations well the White House is blasting U. S. governors following a six night of riots and protests over police brutality and systematic racism in pure Sammer Keith reports president trump berated the governors in a phone call today saying most of the work week and look like fools for not using the full force of the National Guard to maintain order president trump hasn't made public remarks about the ongoing unrest in the streets since Saturday afternoon unless you count tweets but in a call with the nation's governors described by multiple people with knowledge of what was discussed trump expressed frustration with the failure to contain protests which in many cities turn from peaceful to violent and destructive he urged the governors to call in the National Guard and said if we don't have law and order we don't have a country in a particularly testy exchange Illinois governor JB Pritzker told trump the rhetoric coming out of the White House is making it worse trump responded that he didn't like Pritzker's rhetoric either Tamar Keith NPR news former vice president Joe Biden held his first in person campaign event in more than two months meeting with faith leaders at an African American Delaware church in Pierre Scott decker has more from Wilmington on the Democrats presumptive presidential nominee the corona virus had kept fighting inside his house relying on digital events in remote interviews since mid March that ended with a meeting at Wilmington's Bethel A. M. E. church but I did listen for more than forty minutes is about fifteen supporters given feedback on what he and other leaders could do to improve black lives several people criticize as the Obama administration for not doing more to lift African Americans economically and said Biden and other Democrats need to take more time to meet with and listen to younger people Biden said he'd make improving economic opportunities a big part of his administration and that he'd also increased federal oversight of local police departments Scott dentro NPR news Wilmington this is NPR news and you're listening to W. NYC in New York I'm Jimmy Floyd a city wide curfew will go into effect tonight in New York City beginning at eleven PM and running through five AM in a joint press release mayor bill de Blasio and governor Andrew Cuomo said the NYPD will also double its police presence in places where violence and property damage have occurred specifically in lower Manhattan in downtown Brooklyn where Lazio says there will be more details later stay tuned to W. NYC for all the latest meanwhile hundreds of people have filed complaints of police misconduct with New York City civilian complaint review board following the weekend of protests W. N. Y. C.'s Yasmin Khan reports this easier B. says it's received four hundred thirty complaints from the public related to protests on Friday Saturday and Sunday the agency investigates certain types of misconduct like excessive force or abuse of power but it wouldn't disclose any specifics about complaints from this weekend's protests which included police violence against protesters though C. C. R. B. officials did say at least some of these complaints came from people who flagged incidents they saw and videos on social media that's new just last week a court overturned a ruling that said the C. C. R. B. could only investigate complaints made by someone who experienced police abuses or witnessed it first hand hurricane season starts today meteorologists are predicting a busy one scientists say the region could see as many as ten storms with winds exceeding seventy miles per hour this season experts are cautioning that residents of coastal evacuation zone should be ready to stay with friends or family if they need to leave their homes but we also need to be thinking through what precautions will need to take to minimize the risk from the corona virus pandemic the hurricane came season runs through November thirtieth and tonight he will be mostly cloudy with lows in the upper fifties tomorrow mostly cloudy much cloudier than today will have highs though again in the seventies and Wednesday partly sunny with a chance of rain currently seventy degrees we have partly cloudy skies over Central Park and the time is four oh six support for NPR comes from the national endowment for the arts the federal agency that supports the arts and creativity in communities across the nation more information is available at arts dot gov it's All Things Considered from NPR news I'm ari Shapiro in Washington and I'm Elsa Chang in Los Angeles what started in Minneapolis has spread to Los Angeles and Atlanta Boston Indianapolis Ferguson Cleveland Dallas Milwaukee and dozens.
"scott decker" Discussed on KCRW
"Floyd was killed when a police officer Minneapolis captain knee on his neck for at least seven minutes despite Floyd's cries that he could not breathe video of the encounter set off nation wide demonstrations well the White House is blasting U. S. governors following a six night of riots and protests over police brutality and systematic racism in pure Sammer Keith reports president trump berated the governors in a phone call today saying most of the work week and look like fools for not using the full force of the National Guard to maintain order president trump hasn't made public remarks about the ongoing unrest in the streets since Saturday afternoon unless you count tweets but in a call with the nation's governors described by multiple people with knowledge of what was discussed trump expressed frustration with the failure to contain protests which in many cities turn from peaceful to violent and destructive he urged the governors to call in the National Guard and said if we don't have law and order we don't have a country in a particularly testy exchange Illinois governor JB Pritzker told trump the rhetoric coming out of the White House is making it worse trump responded that he didn't like Pritzker's rhetoric either Tamar Keith NPR news former vice president Joe Biden held his first in person campaign event in more than two months meeting with faith leaders at an African American Delaware church in Pierre Scott decker has more from Wilmington on the Democrats presumptive presidential nominee the corona virus had kept biting inside his house relying on digital events in remote interviews since mid March that ended with a meeting at Wilmington's Bethel A. M. E. church but I did listen for more than forty minutes is about fifteen supporters gave him feedback on what he and other leaders could do to improve black lives several people criticized the Obama administration for not doing more to lift African Americans economically and said Biden and other Democrats need to take more time to meet with and listen to younger people Biden said he'd make improving economic opportunities a big part of his administration and that he'd also increased federal oversight of local police departments Scott dentro NPR news Wilmington this is NPR news support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors.
"scott decker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"See what approach we're taking I think it it does provide a pathway for getting the question on the census the Supreme Court ruled to keep it off for now because if down the ministration stated reason for the question quote seems to have been contrived first comments come as the justice department is changing is a legal team for defending the ministrations push for the question any changes to the senses at this point could jeopardize the final preparations for the constitutionally mandated head count of every person living in the U. S. on the long and your news New York democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren has gained strength in the field of contributions to our campaign or an education and P. R. Scott decker reports the senator from Massachusetts raised more than nineteen million dollars in the last quarter exceeding expectations Warren has sworn off attending big ticket fundraisers relying almost entirely on online donations that hurt her fundraising totals in the first three months of the year but this spring Warren started gaining momentum and rising in the polls that's our policy proposals got more attention Warren raised more money in the end more than three times what you raised in the first quarter in fact warn end up raising more money than both for months senator Bernie Sanders and California senator Kamel Heris fundraising totals are a sign of the candidates grassroots support and an indication of whether the campaigns will have the resources needed to compete in the crowded democratic field Scott dentro NPR news Washington launch a democratic presidential hopeful Eric Swalwell was out of the race the California congressman will seek reelection to his house seat Vice Admiral William Moran is decided to retire from the navy this after the secretary of the navy Richard Spencer question Moran's judgment and yours Tom Bowman explains the edible who is set to become the navy's top officer on August first will instead retire because of what navy secretary Richard Spencer called poor judgment regarding a professional relationship now this all stems from a relationship of Moran had with a former naval officer who is reprimanded for his actions during a Christmas party back in December two thousand sixteen navy secretary Spencer said Marantz decision to maintain a relationship with his former officer cause me to call his judgment into question therefore today I accepted admiral Marantz request to retire NPR's Tom Bowman Wall Street the Dow fell a hundred and fifteen points the nasdaq was off sixty three this is NPR and you're listening to W. NYC in New York I'm Jamie Floyd financier Jeffrey M. scene appeared in federal court today following his high profile arrest on sex trafficking and conspiracy charges W. my sis going Hogan attended the hearing and describes the scene blue what looks like maybe glued to grab looked a little Haggard there was a little bit and kind ancient overnight he was arrested I've seen pleaded not guilty as attorneys argue that he's already pleaded guilty to the same allegations in Florida over a decade ago and a controversial plea deal for which he served about a year in jail he'll be in detention until his bail hearing at next Monday prosecutors argue that he's a flight risk and should not be.
"scott decker" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"So my, my last name was Wehner. And so I would just quickly show it to people, and I would tell them I'm John Wayne her back up catcher for the world champion Florida Marlins IVA that worked out. Well for me. He's, you know what I mean? This gusting. Whatever, what are you talking about? Oh, he's reservations, he is a broadcaster now for the Pittsburgh Pirates. And he was, you know, he was considered someone who was fun. But he would not nothing that resembled swagger was ever and his game because backup catchers in baseball, or not allowed to have swagger did point. And so he well, unless you're Paul Baako. So Bob Natal's. Oh, so we've stumbled upon something. So John Wayne said of Derek Dietrich Daria miles Davis. Paul Bach Derek teacher has seventeen home runs against the pirates. He's got like seven home runs in twenty two at bats. He's Babe Ruth all of a sudden he was on pace to break. Barry Bonds is record for home runs per at bat there. And he because he's been pimping out the trots John Wayne, who didn't hit many home runs. Said that Derek Dietrich's grandfather would be rolling over in his grave, if he saw the amount of enjoyment that Derek Dietrich was getting out of hitting his home runs. And I'm just curious as someone who's a baseball fan and you can be anti-fun. I'm curious what you think of what's happening here. No, I, I mean, I think look those guys, especially the guys who aren't gonna hit forty year. Yeah. You gotta have fun when you hit him. I mean I had no problem and that I mean you can go too far. Maybe you know, if you're starting to point it the pitcher and things like that, but you wanna have some fun with, it have fun with it guys backup catcher hall of fame. Oh, here we go. Oh, yeah. Go. First ballot. I'm going to start the bidding itself Asano. Wow. I got you Greg son. Of course. The seaman. Wow. Eddie perez. Am I going to obscure with Scott decker? No, not at all. Not at all. I think I have on guys Bobby Estela. Oh, jolly. O'brien. Do you hate it? Ross. Hey, rod Barajas. Oh, that's a good one in my allowed to say Ramon, Castro. No, no. Why we went over this in the meeting. No Castro's admires a compliance PowerPoint on it. Didn't stay in miss that, meaning the not how do I guess I mentioned I did are we out of how about Don slot? Am I going back to far funny, man, where to get one? I mean he would mash Don slot had a couple of seasons, but like fifteen to twenty homers, I'm telling you. How about Jorges fabric gas? Good to know him in Miami. Great guy pick up that name drop. No. Or, hey, Fabrica put it on the poll is the hor- a fabric, guests namedrop the worst in the history of all drop names. Hoary fabric guests can really catch now. No, you really couldn't. In miami. And he used to run a clinic for like local catchers, everything from youth up through high school, and college guys and go out and drill them on, like Saturday, mornings, and stuff. He was a great great teacher of that stuff too. Yeah. That's a great name or.
"scott decker" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On
"Let's go see fucking aqua. You can bring your sharks stocking. One of the things I also was bought a black man to doll. Oh, my Lord. So good like come on. We live in a world now where you can buy a black man to right. We used to dream about like, why can't they make a black band or figure? I gotta make it with my own fucking, clay and shit. Now, you can literally walk in and be like, I'll take twelve black Manta figures, which is what I did seize. Because when I see something I like it as story I want to buy it and so supported so they realize, oh, we should buy more of this. Whenever I see a COCOM thing. I'm like, I must get it. Keep one for me and give the west it was a target. We find it at target. You're one step away from arguing it was just one step away from hoarder. You know, that I am a total order. I hear you wanting to do story. This is so fucking gross. All right. So this morning. I went to target chiefly to look for razors, Harry's razors that you put on a razor's the my favorite that got edge blade at the top. So I get real close. Stay so targets got him. That's where I go get him. So I bought a twelve pack of razors, and in my bag travel bag out of three pack of razors that I've been used in switching the heads out. But I've used them it death, and they're not very good anymore. I have such a hoarders mentality. I haven't thrown them out and my way to the show tonight. I was like I should bring these give them to a fan. Who wants your old fuck and raised? This guy. Well, your fans they would take us toilet paper from the hotel. The reason I didn't alternately bring it as even weirder. 'cause I was like oh shit, man. It's got my hair on it. So they'll have my DNA. Oh my God. They could clone me. Now, I got worried there'd somewhere there'd be a Utah. Clone of me one day, and he'd be like fall. Wherein magic underwear. Meanwhile, on the other side of the street marble is finally talking about doctor strange to doctor strange kind of everybody forgot about that film. I love that movie great movie. And I don't think anybody forgot about him as a character. The relied on him heavily the to the standalone film, kind of pushed aside because a lot of stuff to take care of. I guess he's going to survive the snap. Then I guess so they're talking about number two. They've just signed Scott Derek in the original director writer of the first one wonderful did a brilliant job. Looks like go to go into production next year, and then may twenty twenty one they're speculating we'll finally get to see the film. So it's a ways off the reason I brought the story because Scott Deckers Derek in like a lot of folks in California's sadly, lost his home to the fires wildfires look out or something. It was near the wolves the Wolseley fire and his house burned to the ground. And he said he was forced to grab, you know. It's one of those things we wouldn't they evacuate. You just grab whatever is important to you. And take what you can. And he's posted a picture. He said this is what I grabbed. Oh, my God is gonna make me cry you, grab the original. I of modo. So he could have if they made another film. They would have the original. They would never Lou, man. He's cool his family and his pets behind. Be saved the prop from the movie very well done. Three golden retrievers perished in the blaze. But he's got..
"scott decker" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"By miller pro cpas and business advisers st louis catholic christian muslim and jewish leaders pushing for peace but there are things that need to be addressed before that happens the reverend karen anderson pastor at war chapel ame church says there can't be peace if there isn't justice and she's not seeing justice leskov what a kind of pay they said all of god's children matter to god every member that unsealed black lives matter we know that nothing really matters catholic christian muslim and jewish leaders of faith asked the crowd what they can do in their own lives to combat injustice which in turn will help lead to peace at cater plaza of steigman newsradio eleven twenty kmox right now those who gathered at that interfaith prayer service are walking down market to st louis city hall maher light a curse in this afternoon cancel town hall meetings that were due to take place tonight and thursday she will be speaking to the media briefly this afternoon and she did add that the police chief town hall for the search for new police cheap that event will still take place that is schedule four tomorrow interim singles police you've laurence o'toole on the mark levin show this afternoon drawing a distinction between daytime demonstrators and those who show up at night they have been peaceful and and i think it i think it it's not fair to try to to lump them all together the daytime demonstrators have been although the been disruptive they've been peaceful and nonviolent he says those who come at night turned into in his words a mob intent on violating the law you have left university chanting this afternoon the president's name that strobl during a protest graduate of webster and filmmaker christopher philip stream that live on facebook about a hundred students marched kmox news time four thirty four is there a ferguson effect were police pulled back from discretionary activities because of increased scrutiny and who study by a group of criminologist including former unso professor scott decker looked at traffic stops in a hundred in eighteen communities in missouri what we found was over a.
"scott decker" Discussed on WWL
"You know exactly what test light because of what we've been through in this part of the country scott decker it was on marco island he's a resident they are morkel islet boys cheers pounded by arm they got tremendous storm served all the boat our or or elevated on february heat are now betting on a water hold author line all the gawker gone faith quoted out but we do have that at level surge that were predicted a v eight nine ten perc and it's really not over because now jacksonville florida is experiencing a problem with the st john river overflowing and i think this is going to be the biggest flooding jacksonville since nineteen 64 jeff floor cbs news correspondent some of the heaviest rain fifteen inches since the storm began has fallen in jacksonville more than one hundred miles east of hurmuz center the st john river which runs through the city is overflowing now and president trump said that we are very well coordinated to handle what needs to be handled every group this coordinated really well let me the bad news is that this is some big monster but i think we're very well coen and the press it also said that this is a time that we pull together when americans are indeed americans pulled together and we are one country and when we face hardship we emerged closer stronger and more determined than ever and i think that's true whether it's today september the eleventh and what followed then or its after hurricane erma or harvey we're very divided as a country and i think about sixteen years ago today when america was attacked you know.
"scott decker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And leave the drama for the race brought to you by the dollar general literacy from the seattle see off their first regular season game this week he might seems to me nine the calgary flames came the first nhl seem to play the ussr the texas rangers retired their first number nolan lives 34 this week six 1997 mark mcgwire's i i'm a disease cardinals for twenty six million dollars in his in sammy sosa the nsa fifty or more home runs in three consecutive years joining the smart seem as possible the news wbz news time four thirty 68 degrees in boston president trump speaking this afternoon about obama array of illiterate lucky of that it went over west been quite as destructive rid of the sea level it's going to play out over the next five or six hours we'll check our accu weather forecast the rhinos besser of boredom cbs hurricane erma continues to lash southwest florida with fierce winds and heavy rain it made a second landfall and marco island south of naples a short time ago as a category three with sustained winds up two hundred fifty miles an hour scott decker is in a high rise there and you open the door obviously you go in the lobby your alway the ducks in your goes up and down on the elevator no light there's no elevator note generator anything everything gone out acting homeland security secretary elaine do our major concern is power outages we expect widespread power outages throughout florida and not just in the path of dorm more than two million homes and businesses and florida are without power president trump is keeping tabs on the storm that just got back via the cabinet the cabinet every group is coordinated really well under the bad news is that this was some big monster cbs news special report i'm pam coulter wbz news time now is four thirty two and governor baker is authorized meema to deploy a threeperson emergency operations center team at a nineperson nursing.
"scott decker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"That the times it's hard to see in front of you and of course the wins the powerful powerful hurricane winds right now naples is under attack hurricane the roma his here the national hurricane center is now warning about a rapid rise in storm surge of ten to fifteen feet scott decker lives on marco island which is expecting a direct hit from erma i did walk down air now to the ground level and peaked out one at little court a whole lot the debris broken tree heat of metal things going across the bay and an author with current that it the manichean dolphin or trying to get away because all the water being sucked out of cbs news special report i'm steve dorsey and we continue to track hurricane erma which is still pounding south florida at this hour it's been downgraded to a categorythree storm but that doesn't make it any less dangerous power has been knocked out for nearly two million homes and businesses in miami and the damage includes one broken construction crane cnn meteorologist chad by our says this storm came crashing onto america's shores absolutely the waves will come in from the ocean off the gulf of mexico at about ninety miles per hour now we know that the wind at naples may be one 28 but that will be from the east the back side of the i never recovered from hitting chuba and i guess we're gonna you know thanks and stars were america but we're going to have to help cuba because they got hit by a one hundred and sixty per hour cat five that took the stuffing out of this storm that's why we're not talking 160 we're talking 125 big difference in power big difference and damage the northern part of the cuban keys were really destroyed from this storm amazingly no deaths have been reported in cuba so far day with wbz news radio 1030 for the very latest on hurricane erma closer to home some big changes in dentistry could be coming to massachusetts on beacon hill a hearing is scheduled for this week on a proposal that would allow for a new category of dental practitioners they're called dental therapists and they do work that now done only by dentists it's such as filling cavities and pulling teeth they'll be able to work at schools and nursing homes and would be able to fill some gaps to access to oral.
"scott decker" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And later this morning stay tuned for for a monkey que reading it starts at nine o'clock in what wickey likes called its largest release ever the website made nearly nine thousand files available on tuesday de tailing the alleged buying by the see i a on people using their cellphone smart tv's and websites today at nine form talks about the implications of the disclosure and with felix political influence and de freeman good morning partly sunny skies or in the forecast for later today temperatures upper sixties heading into the seventies for the weekend it's five nineteen from ap are news in washington i'm luis give on a house speaker paul ryan is saying that house will passer republican healthcare bill within a matter of weeks auntie are scott decker reports right is tony republicans this is the parties best maybe only chance to repeal obama care he wants to pass him by the end of the month but many republicans senators are uncomfortable with moving so quickly answer to major bill arkansas senator tom cotton says the del would not past the senate without changes he's urging republicans to slow down and try again seventy four year old i jerry in president mahal but it will hardy has returned home after nearly two months of medical le'veon brett near there's been intense speculation about his health with officials refusing to divulge is conditioned speaking at his official residents and i capital of a boucher but harry said that he was feeling much better i had rested as much as humor live i have if you guys huge eventual treating when i can't is he the dude in the way of these will seek who said la and man alright plants to addresses nation's parliament on monday w has expanded its recall of certain x five and x six as you've ease from the two thousand eleven to two thousand fourteen model years drive shaft joints could fail i'm luis give only and p r news washington and next on cake you et our first friday morning look at bay area traffic conditions the traffic and transit reported by joe mcconnell hello jeff good morning dave.
"scott decker" Discussed on X96
"I don't beverage is the bar will be open there will be music music reception from totem city at six o'clock actually they'll be playing right when we open the door about a go to six thirty in in the films will begin right at seven o'clock but boy do i have some opportunities for interview guys occurred we haven't done this for a while i got four of them tony cox tony cox number tony dungy from bad santa had center it in the feature a little person oh okay that what's he doing now he is now he just finished bad center to bed santa to is open on tv de next week no thanks i mean i don't know i'd when we're gon you what do what he got against little people know for its that's what it is is on tv dui i'm going to i'm going to save the best for last on that that's that wasn't the basket no alright how about scott decker's who we got dicker is the founding editor of the onion and author of trump's america by this book in mexico will pay for it you know okay and maybe on both of those yeah i let me keep going off keep teasing area so we vegas bars earth you know then they him comedian after best known for as real life comedy the recognizes are audiences can relate to that laughs last comic standing everybody loves reliever this cullen as well as a pimp in he's got a stand up documentary called the dying laughing blow okay right and then the last one geno he makes a lot of jokes about tony cox and they're both for women of a certain age what i just third major doesn't mean then all of a job forget all are at always means is all remind you that susan surrounding the seventy programs seventy floyd and up for grab yes route much you know the you know women of a certain age and the team top ralph not year when the yes absolutely yes what's he he's got to i knew movie called last kept corona no last kept corona i saw that.
"scott decker" Discussed on KQED Radio
"So far when republican set the congressional agenda at some point democrat still face a choice do they do their best to block every single big initiative or are try to work with republicans to make it more democrat friendly sarah bender studies congress at the pro kings institution on most measures when of it bending bill be regulation for ap all thought frank that all requires cooperation from at least eight democrat then that's hard to be so i think democrat do have leverage the hardest political calculus could be obama care republicans can repeal that without any democratic votes but they need democratic support in the senate the passer replacement plan many democrats might want to work with republicans to keep as much of obama care if they can but helping give trump a big legislative accomplishment could make a more popular and it could anger progressive activists just listen i'm michael more appearing in a cnn's show hosted by fan jones is the responsibility of this minority of democrats in congress to another obstruct dropped and do whatever they can man civil _o_c knows democrats all across the country are anxious but she's urging patience as the party tried to make it's case to voters somebody misses she and this like county somebody there in narrative rushing artists day the first scenario is something many people of seen happen to a friends or family number the second maybe not as much still plus he says he doesn't help when you're the one who breaks the bad news they'll found out sooner or later but they made a mistake close he has seen voters rejected emma kratz come back to the party and then reject them again i'm she says she is patient enough democrats will continue to point out the key differences between the parties and wait for voters to eventually come back scott decker up and p earnings.
"scott decker" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"There are in southern illinois and this saint louis proper so i'm looking forward to connecting with john scully and scott decker help me get his number speaking of scott packer i got a chance to watch the turf spread from kentucky doubts certainly yes early happy for robbery and the rough el the rough el and robbie over on out successful native winning that terse brett but you know over the years i've been a big fan of hokey and wow for approach white he was just under seven hundred thousand going in i was looking for is fifteen away at and the certainly over the years of had fun conversations with what scott about this just garrett says really called awfully wild gelled like i've always like ok and it's funny that was his first time it was his first race at kentucky downs the which is a little little surprising and he's only he's always these one five races on turf but a way scott becker one of give scott at a thank you could see help me yet.