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"shirley ann" Discussed on Why It Matters

Why It Matters

07:09 min | Last month

"shirley ann" Discussed on Why It Matters

"Options like wind and solar? So the big advantage of nuclear is the base load energy supply. Basically, it can produce a constant amount of power without needing to store electricity in battery backups. So I'm 100% in favor of expanding the amount of solar and wind that we're using, but the tricky thing with wind especially is that you can have days when you have a lot of wind. And there's a large oversupply of electricity and you need to find a way to store it. Or you can have days where there isn't any wind at all, and you need to find a way to make up for that shortfall. So nuclear is very, very good at basically helping to smooth out those peaks and troughs in supply. We are all, I think, more interested today in having as low a carbon footprint in our activities as we can. This is doctor Shirley Ann Jackson. She is the president of the rensselaer polytechnic institute. And institute Professor of physics applied physics and astronomy as well as a Professor of engineering sciences. In 1995, doctor Jackson was appointed by president Clinton to run the U.S. nuclear regulatory commission. Meaning that she was the chief authority on nuclear safety in the United States. She has been a global leader in the effort to advance and safely regulate nuclear power for decades. And obviously power generation is important for maintaining societies and uplifting lives. And so we have to work out a plan based on all possible energy solutions. And with the high energy, density, it's reliability when well managed and the low carbon footprint of nuclear plants. I think we have to think about nuclear energy as part of an overall strategy. And that is why it's mattered to us. How safe is nuclear energy? Well, what people worry about is exposure. People think about radiation. They think maybe when they see vapor that really comes from cooling cowards at a nuclear plant, they're thinking that it's a radioactive release. It is not. Some fear that they might be a release in wastewater coming from the plant. And they are myriad systems that are built in to keep that from happening. People are not just Willy nilly operating things in an unsafe manner. And so that I believe should help to allay people's fears. The safeguard systems that doctor Jackson referenced do a very good job of preventing nuclear disasters in the United States. That said, 49% of Americans oppose nuclear energy. And only 47% of Americans believe nuclear power is safe. Part of the problem is that most of us don't understand what's happening inside those plants. Can you sort of give me a one on the science of how nuclear energy works? A nuclear energy is basically just a fancy way of boiling water. So within a nuclear reactor core, you have your uranium oxide fuel rods, they're cooled and moderated by liquid water. And the fuel rods are in a configuration where they've achieved what's called criticality. So they have a large, stable number of nuclear fission reactions that are generating a great deal of heat that heat is carried away by the water flowing past them, boils the water up into steam, the steam drives a turbine that turns the generator that produces electricity. Nuclear fission is the process by which atoms split, creating enormous amounts of energy. Nuclear reactors are basically just structures that are able to control this process in a safe and useful way. But not all reactors are the same. Let's talk about reactors. What do they do? And are there different types? So the majority of nuclear reactors operating today are what's called light water reactors. They're sometimes called conventional reactors or traditional reactors. These reactors are actually not first developed for power production, not for really producing electricity. They were actually first developed in the 1950s for nuclear powered submarines, so they came out of the U.S. Navy, initially, and then it wasn't until around 1956 at the height of the Cold War when the U.S. said, all right, we want to have nuclear reactors used for power on land. And as a point of national pride, we want to get these up and running as quickly as possible. We want to get this done specifically before the Soviet Union does. And so they took these submarine based reactors and put them on land. And that means that there's a lot of room for improvement. And so that's what the next generation of reactors, the so called advanced reactors are trying to adapt to trying to basically make nuclear reactors that are impeccably well suited for use on land. And there are a few different varieties of these advanced reactors, so the one closest to my heart is called a molten salt reactor that uses liquid fuel rather than solid fuel. They're also reactors that use uranium metal as fuel and they're cooled and moderated by either liquid sodium or liquid lead. Those are called metal fast reactors. Then they're reactors cooled by gas, reactors that use instead of fuel rods, pebbles of fuel, and they all have different safety benefits and some of their own new drawbacks as well. But overall, the hope is that these new reactors will be much more lower cost, more proliferation resistant. And easier to roll out and higher efficiency as well. I love that you described a reactor as being close to your heart. These new reactors are designed to address the weak points of nuclear energy. And there are weak points. The problems fall into four basic buckets. Cost, waste, security, and the rare, but serious possibility of disaster. An unexpected release of more radiation today from the three mile island nuclear power plant has led to a series of consequences. Massive quantities of radiation have apparently been released in an accident at the Chernobyl power station in the Ukraine. Fukushima. It began with the strongest earthquake in Japan's history. One of the world's worst nuclear disasters. I think that's something that the nuclear industry needs to be really, really open about talking about what went wrong in those accidents talking about how the existing nuclear facilities are different from.

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"shirley ann" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

05:33 min | 4 months ago

"shirley ann" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"She was a seamstress she you know her she was close their family her sheet when she disappears without a word her mother starts asking around and the information she gets leads to the west house on cromwell street and when she knocks on the door. Rosemary's like a you know we haven't seen her. And then as mrs golf is talking to her she realizes that rosemary is wearing lynda's slippers and again and then she looks and sees that lindsey closer hanging on the clothesline. So yes yes so. She's thought explain my face right now. Just i guess or or horror horror horror Then there's carolyn cooper who was fifteen years old. She disappeared in november of nineteen seventy-three on her way to visit her grandmother in worcester. If it's if it's the boston pronounce wet you bet. It's worse sauce. Nancy parking ten is twenty one. She was a student at exeter. In december of nineteen seventy-three. She went home for christmas and then she went out to visit her schoolfriend at ten. Fifteen on the twenty seventh of december. She was going to catch the last bus home. Never seen again. Do we think that this is all hitchhiking related. I sure because it's it's some of these. Are these people who are traveling you know. I'm not victim blaming. Because but i think hitchhiking was really normal thing and to get into a car of a couple fucking watch. Hounds of love that australian murray. I did that one time or any of these stories. Like hitchhiking was very normal. Yes in the car with them. One of their babies right. You know the story of the girl who was kept in a in a box. Our girl box. That's how they got hurt. Yeah they also found the body of twenty one year old swiss student. Therese seigenthaler She'd been studying sociology in london and she had decided to hitchhike across england and somewhere. She disappeared somewhere on that trip. And also a fifteen year. Old name shirley hubbard who was last seen in november of nineteen seventy four. She was from a broken home. There's a couple of girls who were found in that basement. Who were had been in either foster care or their parents were divorced and they had started going to the west's house were hanging out there and and then disappeared One of those was eighteen year. Old juanita maat who that that was exactly her story. So that was those were the bodies in the cellar and then they had also dug up the garden. Yeah which is where near the patio where heather was buried and they found shirley ann robinson an eighteen year old who had moved into the west house. She started having a fair with fred and gotten pregnant by him. In may of nineteen seventy eight..

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"shirley ann" Discussed on Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

05:53 min | 5 months ago

"shirley ann" Discussed on Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

"Kim galligan was abused rather moodley by her father. And she loved and adored pee wee gaskins and his wife. Donna peewee is directly across the street. From kim. kim is distraught. Wants to get away. She decided she's going to go get help. And the person who helps everybody and she went over and tears and he said what's the matter cam lets talk. She says i want to talk to you by ourselves. And they step out into the back of a car. He's working on and she tells him i've got to get away. Can i move in with y'all across the street and he thought a it say we can't do that kim but i can get a for you. And he thought immediately. I'll take her to shirley and evans is daughter at prospect ropes. Crossroads she can go. There comes howard and shirli-ann neubauer hotel. So he made arrangements to take kim to prospect which he did the following friday afternoon honestly motivated to help her and get her away from her father. Her mother had died six months before of cancer and she was absolutely distraught with behavior of her father and went directly to pee wee. She wanted results. that's why she went to pay we. I rather than anyone else and peewee takes kim galveston to prospect to live at his daughter's house knowing that there's a great risk in doing this because he had no business taking a teenage girl anywhere for anything but he did it to help her. There was no evidence ever submitted that her father abused her and no charges ever filed. Gaskins would go on to explain to jim as he had in his deposition that kim stayed with his daughter and her husband for a few months this meant she disappeared from her home for more than a month before anybody reported her missing. Just prior to that report being filed. Kim had an opportunity to speak with the owner of a local country store and prospect and what she revealed was shocking so she goes to the country store and talks to the owner. And ask for help and somehow word gets back to shirli-ann that cam is talking about being abused by her husband. Kim told the store owner that peewee his son-in-law howard evans and his brother charles were all raping her in the house. When word got back to shirley ann she called her father peewee to report that kim had been jawline. It was about ninety days into the search for kim calkins. Police were busy. Unearthing the eight bodies p. We had murdered but kim was not one of them north charleston. Police chief lynnwood. Simmons stated that all leads to find. The girl had been exhausted but that the case was still active police. Detective roy green points directly to pee wee gaskins as a prime suspect saying kim was last seen with him and a white pickup truck and his trailer home in prospect. Roy suspects foul play. And then nothing absolutely nothing. The case goes cold for almost a year until peewee was convicted of dennis bellamy's murder and found himself on trial for bonduelle. Yates is murder. Peewee gave up barn wells body in exchange for a conjugal visit. Donna and for an additional conjugal visit he led investigators to kim calkins body. Kim galkin was killed with a campbell soup. Knife p waited one hour for camp to be brought to him in a shallow grave not very far from his trailer there in prospect and cameras braun to pee wee ponto young women re marlow share are their names and they will never ever as far as i know accused of anything kip. Belkin was killed because she was a threat to freedom. There was no evidence to support pee-wee's allegation and the two women were never charged with anything. Kim's jawing about being raped threatened pee-wee's freedom and he tried to save himself by sacrificing. Her he shot and stabbed kim elkins. There was no evidence that confirmed rape or sexual activity of any kind. The body was too decomposed when recovered identification was made matching her teeth tour last known picture showing her smile but there were no dental records. For comparison at the time of his confession. Peewee was in prison for life. Tried to plea deal to avoid death. He was never charged. For kim galvin's murder and police closed the file..

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"shirley ann" Discussed on Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

02:36 min | 5 months ago

"shirley ann" Discussed on Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

"It didn't take long to zero in on gaskins as a suspect. Investigators were aggressive pounding the pavement looking for leads. That's when they met the mother of dennis. Bellamy diane bellamy and johnny nights. She reported her three children or also missing Mrs night brought the story to ahead. Marianne griffin began it permission. I gave information. That people in the neighborhood are all missing. They would also learn jesse. Judy and johnny sellers were missing and the common denominator in these missing persons. Was pee wee gaskins when they arrived at his home peewee. Wasn't there but the detectives did me sandy. The donna gaskins. It was the ex wife. Sandy who gave the detectives the lead they were looking for. Sandy snell gaskins told the police that peewee and cam often in prospect. Knowing kim was last seen with pee wee gaskins police quickly obtained a search warrant for pee-wee's trailer ninety miles away in prospect. It was there. They found clothing. That belonged to kim calkins. They also found a stolen car on his lot and he was arrested that same day for auto theft and contributing to the delinquency of a minor took her out across county allows. It was a minor charge as far as compared to murder was certainly series and have to put him back in jail still. There was no sign of kim calkins who had been missing for nearly sixty days. Police detectives tracked down walter. Neely pee-wee's close friend and applied pressure. Walter buckled but. He had no idea where kim was. He didn't know we had taken her to stay with his daughter. Shirley and gaskins and her husband howard evans. Police knew she wasn't there anymore. Shirley ann thought camp had gone to indiana where she had some family. So police were in a bind. Walter had taken them to pee wee's burial grounds and they were knee deep in digging up bodies but still no word on kim calkins dead or live.

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The Disappearance of Kim Ghelkins and Her Ties to Pee Wee Gaskins

Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

02:36 min | 5 months ago

The Disappearance of Kim Ghelkins and Her Ties to Pee Wee Gaskins

"It didn't take long to zero in on gaskins as a suspect. Investigators were aggressive pounding the pavement looking for leads. That's when they met the mother of dennis. Bellamy diane bellamy and johnny nights. She reported her three children or also missing Mrs night brought the story to ahead. Marianne griffin began it permission. I gave information. That people in the neighborhood are all missing. They would also learn jesse. Judy and johnny sellers were missing and the common denominator in these missing persons. Was pee wee gaskins when they arrived at his home peewee. Wasn't there but the detectives did me sandy. The donna gaskins. It was the ex wife. Sandy who gave the detectives the lead they were looking for. Sandy snell gaskins told the police that peewee and cam often in prospect. Knowing kim was last seen with pee wee gaskins police quickly obtained a search warrant for pee-wee's trailer ninety miles away in prospect. It was there. They found clothing. That belonged to kim calkins. They also found a stolen car on his lot and he was arrested that same day for auto theft and contributing to the delinquency of a minor took her out across county allows. It was a minor charge as far as compared to murder was certainly series and have to put him back in jail still. There was no sign of kim calkins who had been missing for nearly sixty days. Police detectives tracked down walter. Neely pee-wee's close friend and applied pressure. Walter buckled but. He had no idea where kim was. He didn't know we had taken her to stay with his daughter. Shirley and gaskins and her husband howard evans. Police knew she wasn't there anymore. Shirley ann thought camp had gone to indiana where she had some family. So police were in a bind. Walter had taken them to pee wee's burial grounds and they were knee deep in digging up bodies but still no word on kim calkins dead or live.

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"shirley ann" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

They Walk Among Us

05:20 min | 6 months ago

"shirley ann" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

"Senior investigating officer d. s. bennett appeal to the public to please come forward if they had known shirley ann robinson shirley boone in october nineteen fifty nine that apparently being a legit. The west's time will then detectives did not know for how long a patriot was released in the hope it would joke. Someone's memory authorities. Were trying to retrace of movements through bristol to share and where she was raised in wolverhampton before she took up lodgings on cromwell straight ever been rumors that the third set of remains found in the garden belong to fred. West's first wife rena costello. She had not been seen for a considerable period of time. The couple were married in nineteen sixty eight. When riina was eighteen they had looked after two children. Sean mine who was not fathered by fred. An ann marie reno row catherine as she was formerly nine note being seen in the last two decades by either of her four sisters she did not appear to be in scotland where she previously lived. The two children were left in fred's care by one murray was identified in some of the family photos retrieved from the house. Worryingly leica mother. There appeared to be no recent records of shaman west. Either now ever theory that fred buried his first wife's body in the garden of twenty five cromwell street had to be discounted when an initial examination of the third body was undertaken pathologist. Profess abundant knowledge concluded the remains with that of a female in harare early twenties. At point rena costello been only a few months away from her fiftieth birthday..

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"shirley ann" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 6 months ago

"shirley ann" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Buddy Chris at the marina there. Stand by. Well, a couple backups out. They're still heading out of Cape Cod actually make a highway route six. Westbound. You're under two miles to the sag more. But once you get on route three, this big problems they're jammed over 56 miles from after Beaver Dam rode up to a crash after 44 in Plymouth. Further north over nine miles of stop and go from after 1 39 right up has Derby Street. 4 95 North bound stop ago. 45. Miles up has route 44 in Middleborough on route 44 westbound you lock up two miles getting through one. Oh, five through middle Bar Southtown Expressway North Bound your slow neponset up to the Columbia Road Expressway Cell found 10 minutes. Boston to Braintree. No issues on the lower into 1 28 93, but a 25 minute ride between the pike and branching up north E. Up around 1 28 cell found that earlier crash before Main Street Wakefield. That's clear. You're gonna see some reading Residual delays from Peabody down to reading 1 28 north Pounds Okay. Through one cell found a little slow from after the Lin Fells down on Broadway in Saugus, Roots three and 95 both good to go to and from New Hampshire. 4 95 North found gets heavy under a mile to a crash after Route nine in Southborough. That's been there for about a half hour now too rude to both ways gets heavy through the work zone that's between Shirley Ann Jackson wrote in Lancaster. The pipes looking good both ways to 90 eastbound. Just watch for that work where they're taking the two left lanes. That's before a main street shoes Break. David ceremony to be busy is 24 hour Traffic network. Warm weekends are back, and that means more time for enjoying the outdoors. Give your deck and upgrade with Olympic maximum stain and sealer and one from.

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"shirley ann" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:13 min | 6 months ago

"shirley ann" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Have a couple of setbacks out there. Especially up North. This time we are sponsored by a Panera bread going up north, the upper end of 1 28. That's self bound. You're gonna hit the brakes hard, very heavy from route 95 Peabody all the way down to a crash before Main Street in Lynnfield. And 1 28 North found not looking. Too bad for 95 cell found slows before and after 1 25 through behavioral want Route One self slows from after the Lynnfield Tunnel down the Walnut Street in Saugus, Roots three and 95. They're looking good out onto west to East bound, rather gets heavy Shirley through work zone between Shirley Ann Jackson wrote in Lancaster. The bike's looking good both ways to 90 eastbound still heavy about a mile and half past that work crew. Two left lanes were taken before about Main Street and shoes, right. 4 95 North found you going to get heavy for just about just under a mile to a reported crash just before 4 95. And where is this? I'm sorry, right before right in Danvers rightly then sell the time Expressed waits North Bondi gonna hit the brakes around upon set up into the city Expressway. Cell phones moving. Find lower into 1 28 93 25 minutes between the pike in Braintree. Down the casements MidCap Highway Route six Westbound still jammed up two miles now from after 1 32 the segment You're almost there through three North gets heavy for over two miles past long Pond Road in Plymouth at Jim's Further north from after 1 39 for about eight miles upto one up to Derby Street and 95 24 looking good expressway. A dirty to the first downtown Lord Dick of 93 Years Smooth in from 11 Assembly Square liver down ramp is seeing a little s a little please. To the left down the Star of River Road. You're in good shape The Tobins Okay? Yeah. The Ted Williams and all the airport tunnels there right on. David's attorney, WBC's 24 hour traffic network. We're listening to food for thought Brought to you by the box center. Hey, everybody, welcome back to food for thought. I've got my pal Joe Farrow on the line. We're talking about the incredible Tuscan village in Salem, New Hampshire, Joe before the break. You explain the ease in getting there and I can't believe it. You go right up. 90 93 north from Boston for maybe 10 minutes should take exit one and it literally. Lead you right on to the Boulevard Rockingham Park Boulevard. And there you are. You and I had a chance to make some bullet days A from scratch. And it's so much fun cooking with you. But what made it even more special?.

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"shirley ann" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:09 min | 6 months ago

"shirley ann" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"But there are plenty of them. So make sure you check it out. Oh, you know which one I didn't get in. Pier six. Here six in Charleston, right on on the water. It's actually Pierce's design docked at Pier eight next door. Speaking of which, on the show this week, I'm gonna talking talking with my buddy Jack, who's the general manager of the yacht haven in on Boston Harbor? They just renovated. He's got stories to tell. And I'm docked at the Charlestown Marina. That's all brand new They just installed a beautiful new boardwalk with beautiful lighting. It's It's awesome, which I will talk with my buddy Chris, who manages the entire arena at the Charlestown Marina s. So we get a lot of people to talk about a lot of topics to hit. Joe Farrow is going to check in on the show this week. He's opening Tuscan Village Grand opening Memorial Day weekend. He's got all kinds of stories to tell. So we'll take a break on the other side. My old friend Joe Spaulding, who's going to tell us what's going on at the bar? Center weighing theater in Boston. So stand by Joe Spaulding is up next. Great. Still a couple delays out there. We're gonna go down towards the cape first. This time we're here somewhere is sponsored by mattress firm Don't make a highway Route six westbound under four miles now, from after Route 32 the sag more You're almost there. That's thing out pretty quickly. Route north through three North bound, gets heavy, have passed Long Pond Road in Plymouth, further north of Jan from rule after 1 39 all the way up to Derby Street That's about 89 Miles. Route 4 95 North bound still stuff ago seven miles from 28 a pass route 44 in Middleborough up North 95 cell found minor delays to the Hampton Tolls. Now past that it's clear to 4 95 4 95 cell found Still lots of volume about 34. Miles were through behavioral from before we won 10 down past route. 1 25 1 28 Cell found Operation Still heavy delays from 95. People in the north have been reading 1 28 north pounds. Okay. Route one cell found you still seeing delays right down past the judge handling Peabody to Broadway in Saugus. West to east bouncing until a beef between Shirley Ann Jackson wrote in Lancaster. The pike both ways doing well to 90 eastbound gets heavy through that work zone by Main Street and choose a great 4 95 cell phones now clear between.

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"shirley ann" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

Is The Mic Still On

08:09 min | 8 months ago

"shirley ann" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

"Lena horne area. I can can you jazz and pop singer. Dancer actress in civil rights activists and northern formation instagram. And you know what else. she's Famously or being the cosby show analyst session of free sanford. why know he he loves. He loves lena horne he just that show class. He loves choice. It was nice. Korea love her to try to keep this shit new into. Let's go outside marburg blah blah. So my black woman is dr shirley. Ann jackson jeez the american physicist and basically she invented caller. Id and call waiting by black. Wow bill lows in basically remember when i first had my mother. I got that in the house. It was a big old white blah blah. May i thought that was the greatest embiid. Oh like wait a minute you can call me before you pick up is working at. Att bell labs the research in theoretical physics. All kinds of big fancy And all of that and she decided to opera geico everybody uses. It brought exactly plan on her. Exactly right man. I leave going on only the second going back. A woman in the us earn a doctorate in physics. Clough actually do go right there. That's not and am i wrong. And what i came multi the at and t. And that's all right all right jason in about it's not as caller phones Ma nominee. I wanna bring up. I mentioned spotlight. It's our kisha ma'am to here. Really is so serious. What you out. Dobro de the right luke. Falk as hands come on cary five five five swings clock. Oh man. I wanna nominate this black woman. She's she is known for running off. Not with the plo twice. But three times wilma. Rudolph three gold medals at the nineteen sixty olympics. Say what you did. There is a get something cool. Good puppet yeah so women rudolph okay. Yeah that's obviously ran. Really fast race attracts though. Don't you see a lot of practice. Fascia ran lewis. Look somewhere declare down dog. Get since she problems. Free not gotten look back one time crazy anywhere all right so that's gonna do for all black and the man two weeks in a row this two weeks in a row. He played like nick nick. Nick every listener is two weeks in a row camp. Ladylike nick because also usually last. I mean he's going to do it. Because you usually go to me or not. I because you. But i'll say you know you know what happened outline for any minute. Now he goes nuts. All right apparently you got you got one. Well i'm gonna. I'm gonna give a shout out to someone that's actually alive and active Her name is kayla phillips. I've been with her for a while. She is really dope man. She's the vocalist or a grind. Band called bleed the pigs. She also does. Noise project called pulse. Atoll tonight's she's also the owner of called foxy cosmetics. Which ladies my like. I don about cosmetics. But i think that's pretty too but what i think is so cool about her. She's activists she's an artist. She's a writer but he's also into a lot of things that would not be labeled traditionally black. And i liked that. She's out here breaking the mold. She's young and she's very vocal about her shit. So yeah man. I think she's dope man. Kayla phillips k. a. y. l. a. phillips so. Yeah iago chuck out lou gloomy two-zone topics alyce just trying to figure out where we will go. Where do we go. what are we go Spend a minute. yeah what what. okay so Go ahead to now last okay. So y'all know about this. Y'all living in the state of georgia georgia governor signed a sweeping election regulation into law. There are even restrictions on snacks. Yes you can't even get water. Yes you can't you can't feed people and can't feed people in line now. Why why they vote that you bring your own snacks. You can't bring food and water. People that are in line that's it. That's disgust on purpose. So yeah yeah. The georgian a governor as restrict the changes to stay election process. Esther the new law as host restrictions like required indication but mail in voting and making it making it illegal to take food and water to voters line. Republican branch signed the bill into law immediately called the common commonsense leg- legislation while align himself former trump of course remarks as somebody should've initiative been happening before the election. He should have done this before the a swear to allow loss Stacey arab is also founder of the voting rights groups. Fairfax said in a statement that the law is blatantly unconstitutional in nonetheless. Jim crow pineau. Yup all suits lost. Yes they're aware naral have their loss. I saw news earlier on at the capitol building I wonder if this is the mike ukraine wrong but biden and biden. He mentioned something about like. I guess he did this this little we can do about it. I mean he just just like else and is outrageous and he and read about it but you know the tip stereotypical no outrage As i wish i could remember who brought the law see but there is a lot a.

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"shirley ann" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"shirley ann" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"But I've never seen this many emotionally disturbed people roaming around and you know what I do? I check them for the risk bracelets that they have. What hospital they've been to What meds they're on. And a lot of these people have been released from the psychiatric hospitals because of coronavirus. The thinking being is there were more likely to get coronavirus in a hospital setting than they would in the streets. I guess subway, they just have no controlling their emotionally disturbed people. So I would imagine the hospital settings are a bit more wild, but I mean, the fact is, they're just we don't have the structures. We literally don't have what we have the structures that's not true. We just don't have the personnel and the actual structures being open and ready to take patients and de Blasio show easy to beat up because he's just waiting to get beat up every day by everybody but Homo When he came into office, he had 30,000 psychiatric beds that two state was responsible for. Now he's cut it down to 3000. There were some neighborhoods that I am involved in where I could conceivably see 3000 people who could use those psychiatric beds to deal with their demons. Yeah, 100%, And I think I would say that if you are a New Yorker and you've been here like for me the last two decades. I have never seen. I've never been able to walk the streets and point to you where this you know, the local emotionally disturbed or homeless person is parked out. I can tell you there's one right up on right about the block over here. There's one that stands in my subway. A woman wearing no mask, you know, cursing people out. I mean, I know them. I know where they are now. And and that's the woman in the yellow dress by the entrance to the A C E trains, Brian, you have very astute because look, even though they're not in control of their mental faculties, there were three Things that will keep them routed to one area. A. Everybody's got to go to the bathroom, so they know there's a facility nearby. Number two. They need water. You can't survive without food. But if you dehydrate, you're gonna collapse and that's it. You have to have water. And then obviously food and sometimes they're good. Samaritans will come by giving a little change. Give him a few dollars because they realized that these these are such tortured souls, and so they going to stay in the general proximity that you normally see them. You would say health care, mental health care experts could easily have tracked all of this and dealt with it, but thrive. It's not existing in a really, You know, I hope to become mayor in 2021. The first thing I'm gonna do is launched a criminal investigation into comrade the blotchy on his wife and asked him show me the money You won in a quarter billion dollars? Yeah. It's just for mental health. No, nobody knows where it went. I mean, I think it's just it went for when I suggest that Cayman Islands Panama Bank in Switzerland, maybe in the match is staying Gracie. Imagine as nefarious is that maybe it's just Shirley Ann McRae isn't confident and shouldn't be running an agency that is so important and critical to the community. Anyway. Let's open up our phone lines. It is Fear City and I've dispatched the Guardian Angels in two person teams to do What the NYPD says they can't do any longer and what thrive the mayor's program that is wasted a billion plus dollars. It's not doing undamaged 1 808 4 rate W A. B C That's 1 808 4892 to 2, You talk we Listen. He's talk Radio 77 W. ABC. Everyone knows Your favorite things feel made for you. Your education should to University of Maryland Global Campus, formerly University of Maryland University College was made to serve the military and working.

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"shirley ann" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"shirley ann" Discussed on KTRH

"Make strings to go or for delivery. Governor Abbott signed a waiver yesterday. Ah Forensic Institute in Dallas is examining remains discovered late yesterday in a field near killing Seen within walking distance of where Fort Hood soldier Gregory Morale ISS was found on June 19th. They have not determined yet if those are human remains news on demand. Katie our age dot com We're gonna have another update at nine. I'm Nikki Courtney on Houston's news, whether in traffic station NewsRadio 7 40 Katie Courage, so I was going to finish the story. Then in my New book, New Decade guarding that, Yes, you should have a Paloma with Nicky made a great suggestion there, um, in the turf section in the yard Care section. We have a complete list of Groundcover alternatives to grass where you can't grow grass anymore because of too much shade and root competition for the trees. So what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna post a Facebook and the person who asked that question just hung up, so I can't remember. Was Travis, right? Remember where Travis was calling from? Sugarland. Okay, I'll do. Travis and Sugarland. We've done two honorary post today for different subject matter like the nut grass. Ah, Kalinga control. But I'm going to do this one for Travis in Sugar land in honor of Travis and Shirley Ann, and it's a good piece. We wrote about all the alternatives to grass in this shady areas. So where you have too much shade? Don't keep wasting money by putting grass down. It's always going to Peter out. Just because it has to have new grass has to have full sun. Came. But Randy I see all these places where there's grass growing underneath shade trees. It adapted as they both matured at the same time, it's shade adaptable early on in its life. If it's not going in in total shade to begin with, So I wanna clear that up, plus No. When you're trying to feed grasses versus ground cover, you know you can actually use the same stuff our lawn care tip sheet. The products on that are great for all of those. Basically evergreen ground covers from dwarf monkey grass to lure I appease toe Asian jasmine, Algerian ivy, English ivy All works that those Ah, slow release control released 312 forms are great for the ground covers to just keep that in mind, And you want one place that you can get all these products we talked about from Fungicides or the content of the sulfur to the insecticide for people early on the stages of chinch bug control. Get to the one and only Southwest fertilizer. There's a corner business, Renwick and yes, they're back open on Sundays again. They are limiting and guests shopping in stores shopping, but you know what? That's following the CDC cove in 19 goblins. God bless him for that, And this place has everything I've talked about, and we'll have everything else I will talk about this morning on the garden line. They are the lawn and garden tradition there at the corner of business, Renwick. They'll do curbside pickup still and you can order stuff online. They'll deliver if you want to start ordering stuff online from them at southwest fertilizer dot com. We are soldiers of soil garden line with Randy Lemon. Have you learned the hard way that realestate agents don't all market homes the same well how and Jan had already moved out of their home in Alexandria, they purchased a home out of state. They call Jennifer Young and her team who helped them game plan, you know, getting the home painted and updated Well. Then they went toe work with their professional marketing, which includes virtual staging..

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"shirley ann" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

15:22 min | 1 year ago

"shirley ann" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"Is it going to really hurt if the scene never takes place or if it really does need to take place sometimes? Changing the point of view character will help Perth things up and moving along a little bit better but yeah you can't be afraid to ask yourself maybe. This chapter isn't absolutely necessary. It's like anything that you that you were on where you're so involved you you. Kinda have to do your own quality control if anything and I do it all the time with my podcast is the interview flow. What parts can I cut out and to be honest? Most of the cuts I make art cosmetic cuts. They're not really Content wise. I don't really cut a lot out pretty much like things as they are. And and hopefully my skills as an interviewer can carry today shortest signed that I actually underwrite And that's usually what they get back from my editor Carly Hayward is what did you mean by this. You need to expand on this D. Go deeper into this so rather than cut things out. I usually end up in the editing process adding material. And that's something I was. I scared of as most you writers ours. You know you to be scared because you're going to yell at you but that turns out to be the ending part because that's kind of what. I call decorating the Christmas tree the book. The book of the tree is up but decorating is the editing phase. That's when you get to make it. Fancy actually that's one thing I've never really talked about it. I'm surprised I haven't but what's what's the relationship like between a writer their when when it's good it is the most important relationship I mean. Yeah sure my husband's an ice and everything. Yeah I guess. I love my friends but I couldn't live without my hamster curling. She was a godsend you because as an independent writer you you that that's the biggest expense you know. Those are your words. There's going to be out there forever and this is my job and they have to be as good as they possibly can be so if you're going to cut corners don't cut it on an editor. I'm speaking to anybody. Who's self publishing right now and finding a good editor is is the most important thing and that you you may have to audition some carly and I really clicked. She loves the genre. She loves epic fantasy. She understands the Romance Angle. She understands the comedy. She understands the dialogue and she understands when I'm holding back and not turning turning bright enough light on what the characters are going through. And she you know she knows where. I'm being lazy and she knows where I'm Cheating and Yeah it's a great relationship. I'm very very lucky to have her go. She has a sense of when you're when you're when you are clicking and we'll give you a different opinion because I which valuable seems like to me is somebody who's connected but also disconnected a little bit from the process. She she's a judicious with her. You're doing a great job. Here are a really liked the sport so when I get one. I know I'm really doing a good job. But yeah she's one step back from it and She's not as married to it as I am. I wouldn't which makes a real very important I to have. And then there's another stage of editing of course which is Grammar and Commas and Commas splices. Oh Yeah and and that sort of thing. Which is you can't put a book out without that because we really stop that sort of thing so yeah a lot of ice have to be on it before it hits the market which changed about how books are seminated. I mean I kind of liked the tactile experience of holding a book in my hand but on the other hand I think it's kind of cool. That person can have your entire series on their pad and or whatever and E-book as an evil can bring it wherever they're going without having to lug for books around absolutely. I mean I moved many many times when I was in my twenties and thirties and There were lots and lots and lots of boxes of books. And they're still. I still have a rather large library but I've got you know a thousand or so books on my Reader they're just. It's great to take on an airplane earned vacation or something just beach. Oh Yeah I mean I'm there's nothing like holding a book in your hand but it beats carrying a box of books up a flight of stairs really not anti reader at all you ever website. It's Kim Alexander Dot Com. And that's a great place. It's actually Kim. Alexander Online Alexander Dot com Alexander online dot com. Yes that's correct I stand. You can see lots of important pictures of my cats along with all my books and everything else. Yes I see one of them right. Now is a matter of fact. There's two of them right there. Jared one below it which is probably for having one of my own. I know you may know what they're like so I had to ask you about your experience with with Sirius. Xm radio people have been kind of would podcasting people kind of announcing the death knell for that for those kind of satellite networks. Having been involved with that what do you think about that is that is going to be around for a while or because of podcast is going to change. I read this morning that Sirius. Xm just struck. I don't have all the details. Some sort of deal with marvel to do some podcasting about their Their superheroes line so if marvel thinks there's money to be made it. There's probably money to be made. I don't think it's the death Knell Sirius. Xm because There's a whole generation of people who don't want to bother programming stuff and just want to get in the car and turn on the Sinatra Channel or the First-wave channel myself included. I think it's the media's probably will continue to merge until you know they're all ships in our head at one point but I don't think Sirius. Xm's going anywhere I'm very sorry that my book channel went off the air that was about six years ago but you know it was financial decision and I respect that since then. I've been writing so I'm kind of happy the way it worked out. Yeah it's interesting as podcast. I look at it rather differently. I remind my audience likes the fact that they can access podcast whenever they want. So whenever I've done live and things like that doesn't go over as well because people are in all different time zones and countries and it's not always possible and some of them were working of course so it's like it's impossible to get to get a big enough audience together to listen at the same time you do it live but as you can get a cumulative audience over the course of a week or two that to the opportunity absolutely so yeah I you know. There's certainly room for both mediums. I think it's probably in trouble a lot more. And and it certainly has board. There's out is conventional radio yeah. I agree although they've been putting that's a long time to they have they have but I it also I think is generational. I think I think you know older Americans and no. I'm glad area but But I I'm also very different because I kind of Because of what I do I very open to new technologies but I can see that older older Americans and older people in the world like conventional radio because that's what they were used to listening shirt. I mean yeah if you want to listen to the Beatles Channel and and we've done that on vacation it's it's pretty cool now he just have serving and all you. Why No? There's lots and lots of of of People my generation and younger who will listen to a commercial on the radio with the absolutely mortified? Why are we listening to this cancer Howard through this? Yeah and actually. I've I've been running ads in my podcast. Just look I think sometimes maybe too many but compared to what I hear on Commercial Radio. It's nowhere near that this Chucky Ducky for many many years then we'd have like ten minutes at breaks two or three times an hour. There was definitely room in the in the market for Sirius. Xm To come along at that point and just podcasting now but like you said. I think there's room for both of them at this point your started in in conventional radio and worked at several stations. Before I say this is not gonNA act but Yeah I mean it was Got Used to hate the clocks. Yo to play certain songs at certain times colored coach or whatever it was you would determine what you would play was real hash. Aided when I started in radio first of all there was no classic rock. It was just rock. That's how they are exactly. We picked little index cards and play records and my last radio job. It was to computer screens and it was completely free programs and I basically just sat there and occasionally opened the Mike Yes certainly has changed a lot. Since I started I started in the late seventies beeping idea. I am same to something that I never thought I would kind of fall back into it but somebody suggested podcasting and here. I am later doing right. Yeah it's it's been fun and and and picking something like this You know fantasy and horror is Is a personal interest. And I've been able to connect with people are like minded. Nascar modified the niche podcasts. Better something you're so passionate about really is the beauty of podcasts. I think Kinda give us your take on where you think. Fantasy is right. I think it's a great time to be writing. Fantasy not only young adult. My my books are definitely not young. Adult we've got so many Outsider voices as they're called so many people of color so so many. Lgbtq people that are no longer on the sidelines or have to write about straight characters or have you switch code or or pretend that you know they're heroes have to be White and European The hero of my book Ruin is not white There's no flow medieval European setting. I specifically didn't WanNa do that. I've got a lot of characters in my books I think it's a very exciting time for people who grew up reading about people that maybe weren't they didn't see themselves in these books and now now they are now they can write about people that are like themselves or That they wish they like or you know there's there's just so much more room for presentation and I think that's part of the rise of self publishing is is it's made room for people like that and it's forced traditional publishing. Maybe take a serious look at Why THOSE BOOKS? Some of those books are successful and being so well received. I think it's a good time. Write in so what's up next or you're going to take a little bit of break or are you working on something already. Actually have another series that I've been working on sort of concurrently After writing several huge four hundred page novels Challenged myself to see if I can read something short first person and so. I've got a paranormal Romance Series. Called numeral magic a little bit more in the vein of true blood or the southern. Gaza gothic vampire series of Shirley Ann Harris it's set in Washington. Dc my hometown. The main characters bartender named Ruby. She's the or winning the narrator and in the on the first page. She saves the life of the Unicorn.

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Fred and Rose West: A Murderous Relationship

Brief History Podcast

11:45 min | 1 year ago

Fred and Rose West: A Murderous Relationship

"Frederick Water West. I'm rose Marie Pauline West Fred and rose where the Jew of serial killers answer rapist. Who killed at least a dozen young British girls included several of their own daughters. Fred was born in a small town of much marcle in Hertfordshire. He was the second of six children by Fred's own. Admission Sexual Abuse. Various kinds will come in the house owed. Fred claimed his father had sexual relationships with his daughters and taught him about bestiality. He was also suspected. That Fred's mother started sexually abusing him when he was twelve though. Fred never admitted this and his never been confirmed when Fred was physically punished for doing badly in school. He showed aptitude woodworking artwork. His mother was a piece and often dress. Unattractively often went to the score in person to yell at the teachers doing so fred left school at the age of fifteen and was almost illiterate. The only job he was a farmhand at sixteen he became more attracted to girls and at the age of seventeen. He was in a motorcycle accident that put him in a coma for a week. This led to a metal plate being inserted into ahead after breaking one of his legs. It was permanently shorter than the other. He was subject to buy temper and often have violent bursts of anger even two years after the accident. Fred hurt his head yet again when he stuck his hand up girl's skirts and she pushed him down a forest. The agent nine thousand nine. He was convicted of molesting a thirteen year. Old Girl though he didn't serve any jail time at the time because his doctor said he suffered from epileptic fits. After this he went to live with his sister was by the rest of his family. Fred got work on the construction site but was fired for stealing from his workplace. At the age of twenty one is family. Let back into their lives and he moved back to much marcle. He resumed a romantic relationship. With an ex girlfriend Catherine Rena Costello who had been a petty thief when they first dated and she moved onto prostitution. Rini was already pregnant with the chart of Pakistani mine. They married Captain Chart to explain why the baby was half Asian. Friday meaner read to the parent to say that the baby died in childbirth chart. Code-named Charmaine Carol was adopted. They married in November a move to Scotland together. The couple had a child that owning July nineteen sixty four court. Ameri joining this time. Fred worked as an ice cream truck driver. The gave him plenty of access to available young women in the area. The life in Scotland came to an end when Fred accidentally run over a four year old boy with his truck. They Saxton wasn't deemed Fred's fault and after which Fr move with his family as well as ice McNeil who was their nanny. Anon macphail. A friend of Costello backed gosh very good job in a slaughterhouse. Shortly afterwards Murray filed an Costello went back to Scotland coming back in July nineteen sixty six for daughter only to discover their Freddie started a relationship with macphail in nineteen sixty seven. It fell became pregnant when French todd and tried to get him to divorce. Kosta Fred killed and dismembered and buried. Her Costello finally left read a few months later. Leave in that children with him. Fred is suspected of killed again in January. Sixty eight when fifteen rosemary. Boston disappeared from of bustle. After the death of his mother in February Fred Start committed a lot of petty thefts and change jobs after joining stint as a bakery truck driver. He met his future wife and accomplice rose. Rosemary was born rose me. Let's in Devon England nineteen fifty three. The house out was trumpeted abusive father. Bill was constantly disciplining UH siblings and a mother of a daisy become pregnant with Rosemary and she'd received electroconvulsive therapy as treatment for severe depression growing up. Rosemary was sexually abused by father. She wasn't very bright overweight and she was often teased. I'm responded by TAC nobles aggressively when she was just a teenager. She became more sexually active and was called getting to bed. Whatever younger brothers and sexually abusing him. A father preventive from data boys ver- own age though she did she relationships with overman where she lived. One of these men took advantage of rape them when rose was fifteen another finally had enough abuse and two rows and moved in with one of our daughters and her husband. Rose started spending more time with male companions later that same year. Rosemary moved back with her father not long after there. She met Fred last. P. Was twelve years her senior. Father objected to fred seeing her. Fred had done several stints in jail for theft and he fade failed to pay his fines of other previous offenses around. This time rose became pregnant with his child could have their. She also took care of his children. Rose treated her stepdaughters badly. In the summer of Nineteen seventy-one Rosemary. Snaps and killed Chaumet. She severed the bodies fingers and toes. I'm Fred Barrett under the kitchen floor in August. One Thousand Nine hundred seventy one costello disappeared when she came looking for Charlemagne because body was found to have its fingers and toes cuts off. When it was discovered Fred as a result was suspected of being the killer Fred and Rosemary on January twenty nine nine thousand nine hundred seventy two. Fred encourage rose to have sex with other men who for money and fun and the Often Watch. He took pictures and post them in magazines and ads for prostitution. In June seventy two he had never daughter Mae West at this time. Gt expanded family and roses business. They moved to twenty five Cromwell street where they can carry out their rapes and murders rose still working as a prostitute from our home had rooms fitted with people's for Fred to us and he hung a red light outside to tell the children not to enter. Rose gave birth to hover children over the next few years seven in Tokyo with three of them fathered by Fred in October. Seventy-two Fred and rose hired a young woman named Catherine Owens. To work for them is a ninety for that children. They made sexual advances on her and she declined every time. When nine December they both unsuccessfully tried to seduce her and how it a captive overnight Fred Fratton to let some of his friends have her killed her. She complied the next day. They released A. She went to the police though. She pressed charges. Fred was able to convince the court was forced. Had Been Consensual. He rose would just find for the INDECENT ASSAULT OVER NEXT SIX YEARS. They killed at least eight. Women made their way to twenty five Cromwell street as even lodges or employees the I was Lynda Gough. She was the seem stress to the WES. Cow Keeper had disappeared while walking home from a movie theater. In December Lucy Catherine plotting ten disappeared from. Stop while we're on our way home. After Christmas. She was murdered by Fred rose. Who adopted her? How to captive for a week over the New Year? I'm raped and tortured her and then killed her on January. The Third Fred was treated for which had been believed to be inflicted when he dismembered partner from nineteen seventy four to nine thousand nine hundred seventy five to nineteen seventy six seventy seven. Seventy eight seventy nine five more women therese single Haga Shirley Hubbard Genetic Marian Motte Shirley Ann Robinson Alison Chambers met. The same fair is unknown if the was killed in the following years if they hadn't it's improbable but the bodies were buried on the property

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"shirley ann" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange

The Ladies of Strange

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"shirley ann" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange

"Hello and welcome. The ladies are strange. I'm Ashley I'm Tiffany and I'm Rebecca. Thank you for joining US each week. Is We discussed history? Mystery in theory of all things questionable off an eerie old friends high. You who you who thinks about blow out. He's my favorite character from frozen judge me. No I know it makes sense to me. Is Olaf. You're the shopkeeper and Rebecca is on a if she didn't have to have a man no I would say. Rebecca is more Elsa I was GONNA say spend no one not the reindeer a little too people spends a little too like goofy like ditsy did see. That's the word Kaz spins Kinda like the year the Pink Elephant Song Winston does go to go to Dodoma. Okay Fair not you. You're more like bomb bomb bomb on that. The Phantom of the opera was known the mask with us we in the movie. I'm in the wrong theater off so sorry. Excuse me wrong. Set here swishes. Cape tiny smoke bomb and then you see her running off into the Cape just like the listeners. Can't see my arms like a story storytime with Rebecca bent on October third nineteen ninety-four Shirley Ann dugway disappeared. Shirley was a thirty two year old mother of five and wasn't a common law marriage. Oh No I don't think I'm GonNa like where this is going on. Prince Edward Island October. Seventh Nineteen ninety-four. An abandoned car without plates was found in a field away from the main road. The car Prince Edward Island is this thing. Canadia can Fadia Nike Them. Okay okay. Uk got it now okay. Uk. Exactly all right. Sorry continue okay. The car was eventually traced back to Shirley as a finding her. Abandoned car was concerning enough. Blood splatter was found on the windshield and on the interior of the car. O The Royal Canadian mounted that this Canada station. I wish you guys could read. She's been hanging out with them for about me not being the reindeer. No okay. This is how tiffany feels all the time. Great Real Real Mounted U. K. Police the Royal Canadian Mountain Police Mounted Police Talk. They started investigating discovered pretty quickly. That Shirley's immediate family had not seen her in a few days. Blood samples are sent to the RCMP. For testing that later showed the blood was from Shirley threats with our. Cnbc is tiffany. How do you not the Royal Canadian Mounted Police? They sent the blood samples to themselves so disclaimer. I had no idea what I was going to cover and then pulled one out of my butt last night. I'm not having a stroke. I think. Twenty twenty a rough one for us guys long and it's only February so what blood samples it was surely shit together. Okay or not three weeks. After fighting the car a plastic bag was found that contain a man's leather jacket and a pair of shoes. No wires and like automatically went to drugs. I was just thinking like tiny little dime bag. I was lasting baggy plastic bag up jacket. I was picturing cut up body parts so wrong episode there it took you how many banks one two three suspect immediately fell two. Douglas B Mesh. Who was a part of Shirley's common law marriage? It was reported their twelve year. Relationship had been rough woman who are associated with be. Mesh reported being victims of domestic violence. So in the night surely vanish neighbors reported hearing screaming coming from the turbulent couple. At the time of Shirley's disappearance the couple had been separated for two years with be meshed living with his parents. He insisted that he had no idea where Shirley might have gone or what had happened to her. Now her five kids are they his kids as well. Yes and no okay okay mic. Yeah The shoes found a leather jacket. Just happen to be be misha's size. This alone was suffering arrest however during the investigation constable Roger Savoy notice while interviewing beamers that the family had a cat. A white cat named snowball snowball. The JACKA was found their twenty white cashiers embedded in the back of the jacket. Did he had saved the day. At the time of this case DNA evidence had only been introduced about seven years earlier in Britain. But the thought of using this is in the nineties yeah ninety four ninety four so DNA evidence cuisine eighties. Yeah barely well like the. It was still very new thing. We're having night guys. I've really for some reason. I knew it hadn't been around that long but that was just a realization for me that we slow. We'll speak hardened the eighties were forty years ago. Shot you're mouth just thir- on that shot it right now so the time of day case. Dna evidence had only been introduced about seven years earlier in Britain. But the thought of using this technology with animal for was yet to be done. This cat is going to be amazing. Do amazing wonderful great things snowballs. Who Good boy does meant that? Savoy had a hell of a time finding a lab that would accept this evidence which was cat here as a potential source for DNA. Oh my God. Eventually he found Stephen O'Brien geneticists with the US National Cancer Institute and who happened to be the world's foremost authorities on feline and DNA. Rebecca past life. Yes Oh man. The ninety six over time has whibley. Wobbly O'Brien got to work assembling Alab team. While Savoy obtain a subpoena to draw up sample of snowball's blood the contents hair and blood were so important. Savoy made sure to be the one hand over the evidence to O'Brien. Now you have to subpoena the cat. Well he didn't own the cat. I know that's what I'm asking. You like who subpoenaed the cat? Because if she's gone. The cats owned by be Michigan his parents. Oh yeah I thought. It was Sheila N. P. Michigan cat. No they didn't live together. Cac there'd be live for two years. He lived with his parents. Such a snowball was the family pep by family. I thought you meant her and him and the cat. He owns the snow him and his parents as he lived in. They're raising it right. It was a match. Go snowball and O'Brien estimated that having a cat with the same profile was roughly forty five million to one. Oh God so little little strong odds there although to backtrack a little bit another source of found stated that twenty random cats were tested on Prince Edward Island to help show that the population was diverse. Enough for the DNA evidence to be viable and we'll dive into why that's important farther down so snowballs contribution was done by the time on. May Sixth nineteen ninety-five when shallow grave about ten miles from Shirley's car was originally? Found was discovered by a pair of local trout. Fisherman off it is truly Shirley's hands refound type behind her back. There was evidence that Shirley is.

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"shirley ann" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"shirley ann" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Presents a talk Tuesday called African Americans on the overland trails eighteen forty one to eighteen sixty nine author in C. S. U. Sacramento professor emerita of history Dr Shirley Ann Wilson more a little known stories about overland travel and the the participation black Americans in that really momentous period of time that you really should be a shaped our history Dr more base to talk on her book sweet freedom's planes African Americans on the overland and she'll share history through stories because I think that's the most fascinating and gripping part of history are that the human stories the interested people have been yes the things that happen to human beings and she'll even sing a song that was popular in the nineteenth century about women the choices about putting the black women's choices in their lives and Dr Moore says the presentation might be eye opening we have these kind of iconic images in our head of the wet covered wagon days in the movement aware but we don't do really stop to consider how many black men women and children were part of the in every aspect of that journey you can hear more about doctor Morris talk coming up by Tuesday at KPK Akan the afternoon news with Kitty o'neil well just ahead on our afternoon news will check your top trending stories and go in depth on the links that maker mayor Michael Bloomberg has gone to to kind of get under president trump's again we'll have more on news ninety three point one K. two K. live everywhere on the I heart radio app the latest news plus insight and perspective to the news okay afternoon news with Kitty o'neil news ninety three point one.

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"shirley ann" Discussed on Home Space and Reason

Home Space and Reason

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"shirley ann" Discussed on Home Space and Reason

"Jen. A Miller wrote an article appearing in the New York Times titled when a House is so much more for. Why do some people get so emotional about real estate? It reads in part researchers have studied. How a physical space can be tied to memory and consequently be imbued with significant value beyond anything? Monetary Dr Huddles field is a neural economics which uses information about our biology analogy and brains to better understand decision making especially when it comes to finances. His research has shown that the ventral uh-huh medial prefrontal Cortex a region at the base of the frontal lobe of the brain is involved with not just a motion but also reward D- motivation and value. We have memories and associations that are connected to all of those things that make houses so heavily heavily connected to ourselves. That might make the place where you grew up or brought your children home from the hospital feel invaluable valuable and hard to part with even though it's ultimately just a physical thing with a price tag attached. This is wonderful insight light. Let's say your mother home schooled. You and your siblings in this very living room. It's important to think of that experience as a gift of a passion for learning from your mother to you and separate the space as a part of that equation in order to move on and sell. Maybe your mother. There was a professional playwright who also enjoyed creating plays on the front porch with you. Kids that porch tugs at your heartstrings. With those memories summaries I understand that Shirley Ann Jackson is a physicist and the Eighteenth President of the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy in New York. She's the first African American woman to have earned doctorate at Mit and her love of science began with bumblebees that she collected as a young girl that flew all over the flowers in her backyard. If this is your story one might imagine medic could possibly be difficult to part with this land when the very beginning of the discovery of this light within yourself started here in these flowers. There's in this yard or you could carry this fond memory forward implant herself a flower garden in your next home even more or dreamy to evoke emotions. You want to keep sacred while still being able to part with the physical land and home is self once once you get to a place that you intimately feel the best way to honor. The home is for it to be lived in and loved by the next owner. The description description of the home can be imbued with that care and it's qualities emphasized such as garden and greenhouse to fulfil every gardening dream you've ever hoped for when you're home reliever reflects you and your love for gardening. There's a good chance the next homeowner will also have this passion. If if it's what sets your home apart from others I often recommend staging these assets adding fresh herbs vegetables and a trowel so people looking at it can ultimately visualize themselves. They're in that space and loving the produce that the garden yields. If you want your home to be sold with care and you live in the Greater Metro Portland Oregon area give me a Holler. I'd be happy to talk with you about your goals feelings and getting your home sold connect with me by clicking on the link in the podcast notes. If you've listened to my podcast you know. I sometimes remind you about home maintenance sentence do you have vinegar. Jevon ice cube tray the stickiest part of the kitchen can easily be the sink disposal disposal. The best all around solution is to make vinegar. Ice Cubes put some vinegar and an ice cube tray and let it freeze and then run the cubes through the disposal disposal at the same time. TRY surface cleaning the fridge with the same white vinegar. Wipe up spills with a fifty fifty vinegar water. Intermix you can even keep a bottle of mixture stored in the fridge lastly clean microwave stains by placing a half cup of that. Same Vinegar Half Cup of water in a glass bowl microwave it two to three minutes or until it boils and then wipe up the microwave with little to no elbow grease done and done. Hey you my favorite listener. You have permission to religion to any of these podcasts again. Especially shortly if you're listening in your car or elsewhere in the world because sometimes it helps if you're in the space that we're discussing. I listened to my favorite audiobooks over over and over again. It's no different sometimes things just resonate and those voices and their messages are what I need to hear over and over. I love to hear from you. Send me an email at Christina with a K.. At space and reason dot com. Of course if you live live in Oregon you can hire me to sell your home. We'll make it as attractive as it can be for potential buyers. That is what I do. Let's get you top dollar or for your investment and talk about your dreams for what's next again. My email is Christina with a K.. At space and reason dot com. If if you're on social media follow me at space and reason on Instagram facebook twitter or Pinterest have you given this podcast review yet. How about now?.

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"shirley ann" Discussed on Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

07:24 min | 2 years ago

"shirley ann" Discussed on Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

"Police knew about Gary Zeiger in nineteen. Seventy young. Man's girlfriend urged him to tell Anchorage police detectives what he had witnessed the man confessed. He had been writing Zeiger truck six months earlier when Zeiger picked up a male hitchhiker Zeiger asked to borrow all the young man's gun and then drove to a secluded area placed the barrel of the weapon against the hitchhiker's head and forced the hitchhiker to perform oral sex on him. Seiger then shot the hitchhiker and threw his body into a pit at the anchorage. Landfill investigators used a metal detector. Her at the dump to find the empty rounds from a nine millimeter pistol. Their next step was to see if they could match the markings on the cartridges to the barrel of the young young man's gun and substantiate historian and officer drove to the man's apartment to collect the weapon while he waited for the warrant to arrive Zeiger or appeared at the home went inside and then left a short while later officers were never able to locate the pistol in question and with little evidence evidence and only the eyewitness testimony a one individual prosecutors declined to press charges against Seiger two months. After after the discovery of Beth bannon's body eighteen year old Shirley and Jones was seen leaving an anchorage nightclub with a man. The next morning warning. Her body was found in a truck yard. On the east side of anchorage she had been severely beaten and raped. She was alive and unconscious when found but she died a short time later in August. Nineteen seventy-one Zinger nicknames. Easy Mason decided to hitchhike like from her home to an auto body repair shop to pick up her car when she didn't show up for work the next day her boss contacted her family and I want her parents called the repair shop. They learned Z.. Z. Had never retrieved your car. Six days later children playing in a gravel pit near the the intersection of Sand Lake Road and Diamond Boulevard found the body of Z Z mason hidden under a tree. She was naked below the waist according to the medical examiner. ZZ's face had been brutally beaten and she had suffered numerous stab wounds at the gravel pit. Detectives found blood and drag marks leading from a set of tire tracks. Diseases Body suggesting she had been killed elsewhere and dumped at the pit the unusual tire tracks x-games investigators their first lead in the case the tracks were made by the heavy tread of tyres used to gain traction in mud snow or soft sand but what made the tracks unusual was it appeared three before tires had been mounted backward. A gravel truck driver called all the police and reported seeing a young woman hitchhiker who matched the description of Z Z mason. Climb into a pickup truck with two men. The driver said what he saw the same truck later parked at the back of the crackle pit words easies body was found the second time the driver saw the vehicle only a man and woman more. We're in the truck and they appeared to be kissing. Ralph kiner called the police to tell them he was riding with Gary Zeiger. The afternoons easy disappeared appeared. Connor said Zeiger picked up a young woman. Hitchhiker and then dropped op kinder near Anchorage Fire Station. Kinda reported Zeiger had had a large knife on the dashboard of his truck. Gary Zeiger boss at Arctic Pipelines Inc said another employee reported saying exile after washing his pickup at Campbell Creek on the day of ZZ's murder police bound the unusual tracks near Campbell Creek and felt they were making progress in the investigation. Since the sandpit where the children found CICI's body was outside the Anchorage city limits both the Alaska Alaska State troopers and the Anchorage Police Department investigated. The murder troopers obtained a search warrant Zeiger truck and noted three of the wheels. Those were indeed mounted backward on the pickup. The interior of the vehicle had been cleaned but investigators found small spots of blood in the truck including a smear on the inside of the driver's door. Detectives arrested Zeiger and held him at the State Jail on seventy five thousand dollars bail ale in an era before DNA analysis lab technicians tentatively match the blood smear zeiger truck disea- Mason's Jason Blood type due to the excessive press coverage and public outcry over the murders Beth fanton Shirley Ann Jones uh-huh and Z Z Mason. The judge ruled an impartial. Jury could not be found in Anchorage for the trial at he moved the proceedings to Kodiak back at town on island two hundred fifty miles or four hundred into kilometers southwest of Anchorage Concerned about the influence lots of news coverage surrounding the trial. The judge ordered the jurors sequestered in a hotel where they can be isolated from news reports. SEIGER's lawyer John. Larson admitted that on the daisy disappeared. Zeiger picked up a young woman and drove her around in his truck. Doc but he claims Zeiger dropped off a woman. Awhile later. Larson said Zeiger was unsure whether the woman was easy Mason analysts determined the blood on the door of Zeiger truck was human but they could not definitively matches easy. An expert testified. The other bloodstains found in the vehicle belonged either to a human or a high primate but he could not determine the blood type nor the sex of the donor. He also could not testify how along the blood had been in the truck an FBI lab technician testified. Zeiger tires were similar to the cast. Made from the treads left in the San Dan pit but he wasn't certain the tires on Zeiger truck made the tracks in the sand Zegers boss. Michael beaver retracted. His a statement about Zeiger washing his truck and Campbell Creek on the day of the murder. Despite a large amount of circumstantial evidence nothing directly tied Zieger diseases murder. The defense put three witnesses on the stand who claimed they saw easy alive and well several hours hours. After she reportedly climbed designers truck finely Zeiger himself took the stand and calmly denied harming Z.. Z. Mason. The jury deliberated six hours and returned a verdict of not guilty on all counts. One Juror said Zeiger might be guilty but she and the other jurors do not feel. The prosecution proved its case..

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"shirley ann" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

09:41 min | 2 years ago

"shirley ann" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"There's been a lot of negative discourse. And what does that all mean if the headline says it's a new day officers were elected, some good friends are now part of the GOP, Shirley Ostrov is remaining, but I don't see people like pet psyche and others who may have had a different viewpoint as to how the party should be running, how it should go. So you can look back and say what has brought us to the point today. More importantly, what takes us from today until into tomorrow. I think one big positive est Senator Sammy's going back in. He's running for his Senate district again. Thank goodness. But once you get beyond Sam Slome and a few other familiar name. Who else is there those are the people that we need to talk about focus on. Find out do you believe it's a new day? You believe that now the tools are in place for people to seize upon them to go forth into into really. Provide an alternative to the status quo that has been suffocating this community for so long. Is this where we are? I asked GOP members if you're a member of the GOP call up and let us know how do you feel? Are you invigorated? Do you have confidence is there that light at the end of the tunnel? And hopefully it's not an oncoming train. I'd like to know I think many people would like to know what your thoughts are members of the Hawaii GOP, not leadership board members not committee members nobody with a vested interest, but those who are rank and file members. What do you think? At five to one eighty three eighty three. Key for me. Simply and solely is that identifying individuals. Who can articulate a precise vision provide the plan for the alternative to the vast majority of the people of this community have lived with for so very, very long. Why should we change? Why what are the reasons and if we need to change change to what and if we need to change to what how do we get there, who is the iconic individual on the GOP that is going to be able to articulate that. And capture the minds and imaginations of those who have been disenfranchised for so long Rita joins us. Thank you for your patience. Rita out. Milly lonnie. We're talking about the GOP. Good morning. Good morning to you. I was just be brief. I would say that Shirley Ann has had a I it was hard. I term she had a lot of learning to do. And she did have some good people on her team. However, I'm very optimistic. Because I think at this point, you look at who she has L friend Joe Ray Larue Steve Lipscomb realm, Harare, the county level, we have threat Kompass, we're talking military and maybe for what we have to face in this state at this time. Maybe that's the team we need. And I'll go ahead. And listen to your comment off air. Thank you so much. I can ask you just one question. Just just curious. So the differentiation from a couple of years ago to where we are now you mentioned some key players. I understand that has anything that articulated, as far as strategy of has there been an increase in the number and quality of potential candidates for the next election. I'm just trying to seek out what in practicality. Brings you this confidence? Okay. I've also heard I am aware and I I'm also asking friends him. They if they or anyone, they know has thought about running for office, because I do know that our involvement with the, I believe it's the new institute, which does a lot of training. They're looking at talking to you candidates, putting them through training now not in two thousand twenty but now as to if you're thinking about running for office, this is what you need to be aware of this is what it's going to take. I think that's what has been lacking in the past is that people get involved. They wanna help. They wanna make a difference, then they get involved and it's like, oh my gosh. I had no idea and do not prepared. They're team isn't prepared. So I think what the new institute, which I believe I own is also involved in that is looking at intra. Reducing potential candidates and also their campaign managers on what to expect and how to prepare for that. So I think that is a, that's a step that needs to be done as far advanced as possible, and I know on like with breads and Rojo that's an area that, that, that they are both looking at as recruiting and preparing and moving out the troops. I thank you for that. Thank you very much for your thoughts and the follow up. I, I will share this with those potential candidates when we take a look at national races. What looms as being the? Primary topic, and it's the economy. Right. We're going through that now with speculation about twenty twenty presidential race. The economy is what most folks can identify with, because it touches all of our lives. Just let you know that the state of Hawaii is not in the greatest shape that everybody believes that it is, or not, everybody that many who purport that we're doing great. Now as a nation, and we're the fiftieth state of the of the country. Yeah. Nation nationally looking pretty good. There are reports that are emerging from debate. Department of business economic development and tourism David, our business print. Has issued an anemic forecast for the future of our economy. And rates of growth that arguably could be considered flat. Is it just for next year? No following you know. The debility did rate of growth is for years. So. You find that debate is keeping its economic growth forecast. The GDP. At about one point two to one point four percent for the next few years, basically unchanged. That indicates like of growth. Now we consider a three percent increase on average to indicate that there's good activity. That that's very involved in that we're moving in a good direction, but we're trending at far below more than fifty percent of that standard. Now there's some bright spots that have occurred. Okay. Private building permits, that have gone up spending on capital improvement projects, increased double digit. If you believe, you know, with CIP, mostly borrowed money, but still state, general fund revenue increase yet, a seven six seven point six percent, increase of the general fund during the first four months of calendar year two thousand nineteen. It increase of nine point three percent for the GT five point four percent increase for the individual income tax. And yet. We're broke. You get into unemployment claims, which is still pretty good non-agricultural payroll jobs and all of that. But there are some specific challenges. You have to take a closer look at the unemployment rate. You also have to look at. Visitor rivals. Although increasing spending is decreasing two point six percent increase, but the spending went down about the same number. Number sales single-family kind of mini homes decline on all major islands. Is so there are things to take a look at the debate is looking at to say. Strong vibrant economic growth. Not really. But the US economy performs. Well, we will have Ancelotti benefit. So I would recommend that there will be there should be a focus on the economic condition of the state and how the GOP is going to ensure stability and growth..

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