35 Burst results for "Shoplifting"
Theft-plagued Walgreens closing 5 more San Francisco stores
"Walgreens is closing more stores in San Francisco the company says organized retail theft is causing it to close five more stores it's another blow to a city that has earned a reputation for widespread and brazen shoplifting a company spokesman says despite increases in security theft of the San Francisco stores is five times the Walgreens average last year Walgreens close one store where the chain said it was losing one thousand dollars a day to Phelps SF gate reports the company is closed at least ten stores in San Francisco since the start of twenty nineteen I'm
Author Matt Palumbo of 'Man Behind the Curtains' Discusses George Soros' Secret Network
"We're talking to Matt Colombo author of a I'm telling you folks who will not be disappointed It's going to be a book of the year Demand behind the curtain by Matt Colombo It's about George Soros's secret network Are you telling me that he's going local Austin races local district attorney races Because his money can make a big difference in the success rate is higher because that makes a lot of sense Yeah but you know the thing is like if presidential elections it's hundreds of millions of billions of dollars to move the needle It takes quite a bit If I'm running in a DA race and a 100,000 people vote in it if you drown a candidate in one or $2 million that is immense success And a lot of these source prosecutors actually are household names You know chase of boudin every week we're seeing open shoplifting in San Francisco That's him That's a source back here Kim Fox who went across to Jesse Smollett He saw us back In fact there was a case last week where there was a gang shooting in public about a dozen people involved She wouldn't cross the committee claiming that it was mutual combat So because both parties wanted to open fire and broad daylight well we can't prosecute that So these are the kind of people he's back
Big Retail Is Watching You
"So rebecca. How does this technology work in. What's it used for so the basic premise of a lot of retail companies using facial recognition in stores they say is to track shoplifters so essentially what happens is they have their security cameras. It's picking up information about people's faces and essentially these companies are coming up with watch lists for people they don't think should be allowed in the store. And when people enter the i like runs their face against the database and flags it to the store beyond the sort of application of tracking shoplifters. There's also concern that. This technology is being used or abused in the future to sell them ads or track their shopping habits collecting data about them and making predictions. There's a whole other element that they're concerned about two. Which is that. This technology is sort of implicitly tracking all the employees who work in these stores as well. So there's a real question of data privacy and what you're accepting when you just walk into a store so it's a little bit like that technology in the movie minority report where tom cruise walks into the gap and they try to sell them a certain pair of khakis komodo welcome back to the how those assorted tank tops for you right which stores have been using this technology so one of the stores that has openly said they're using facial recognition technology is macy's which recently confirmed they use it and like i said earlier they say it's a security method to deal with that and shoplifting in stores but there are other companies that have been accused of using facial recognition or collecting biometric data in lawsuits. Sometimes these big retailers deny it. And that's part of why activists think it's really important that we need transparencies and law requiring companies to disclose when they're collecting this type of data us and even a reason to ban facial recognition stores entirely
Shoplifter Opens Fire at Perimeter Mall in Atlanta
"Perimeter Mall after leaving the Sunglass Hut kiosk inside Macy's Dunwoody Police say a shoplifting suspect started shooting as you Ran from a loss prevention officer. It happened around 12 45 Monday afternoon. No one's heard in the suspect was caught in a business park along perimeter center West blue
Larry Elder Explains Why He's Running for California Governor
"So, Larry, I am going to ask you the question. Why do you want to run and what makes you think you can win? Frankly, I don't have a choice. This state is just absolutely is become almost ungovernable. People are leaving the state for the first time in the state's history. There's a magazine called CEO magazine. It looks at things like taxes and spending. Unfunded pension liability, disagreed to which the The state is business friendly. In 17 years of that magazines, existence all 17 years, California has been ranked of the last and the least friendly state in which you do visit bottom of all 50 states. The school system is a wreck. I went to Crenshaw High School, You saw the movie Boyz in the hood. I recently checked 2% of kids and my former high school or math proficient Who the hell sends her kids to a school where only 2% of people are mad, proficient and as a crypt school, meaning the gangs dominate the school. I know that because I said he told me he chose Crenshaw High School because he wanted to go to a school. That was a Crip school. You've got, of course, rising crime because the police have been demonized. The the voters were duped into signing something called Proposition 47. Mark that allows you to to steal up to 950 bucks every single day, and you're not a selling. You won't go to jail to give you a ticket if they catch you, so the idea was that instead of sending people who are shoplifting, many of whom are addicted to drugs to to prison, we'll get them in to go into rehab. Well, the latter part is okay, but we're see incentive. What's the inducement? What's the threat that they're facing? If they don't do it? There's no consequence whatsoever, so they're stealing to support the drug habit. Staying on the streets. There are danger to themselves to others. The taking of property about 10% of them are schizophrenic, meaning of danger to themselves or to others. I'm sorry, mark. They should physic. They specifically be picked up and and removed for their own good and for the good of the other homeless community, and they're spending more and more money building so called Home for the homeless and substantially higher costs in the private sector. Could do A and B all is doing is encouraging people from the other states to come here. You mean the weather is nice, and they'll give me a free house. Come on down. That's what's going on here
"shoplifting" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Free world faces in the decades ahead and meanwhile the biden administration is doing nothing about china. Either so lest you think that it's just about russia they're doing nothing about china either. They continue to promote public statements made by the europeans. That don't actually have any teeth to them. In fact the left is too busy being angry at anybody. From entering the wuhan lab league theory member. Joe biden started taking it seriously like last week and then said maybe we should have like an intelligence committee investigation on all that. We'll get our intelligence people together though. Investigate all of this. This was the same day. Basically that report had been revealed that he'd shut down such an investigation that had been begun under the trump administration. Meanwhile robert redfield the former. Cdc director he says the scientific community acted to squelch the wuhan lab league theory while i was over at cdc. It just seemed like a lot of people wanted to squelch any idea that there was another hypothesis. And i think that's what i find the most disappointing because i would expect that from politicians. I would expect that from governments. I would never for the scientific community and yet what we witnessed was. The scientific community went on heavy to try to stop any open debate about the origin. This virus i find that this very very sad very disconcerting and very anti science according to redfield by the way anthony choose one of the people who is less than interested in investigating the lab league theory in the first place. I think tony is holding onto this hypothesis tightly. Now why why would that be sometimes scientists when they get on the bite into a bone hypothesis. It's hard for them to move on. I guess if. I'm disappointed about anything about the early scientific community is there seemed to be lack of openness to pursue. Both i posses and what's amazing about all of this again. You got joe biden. Not being able to putin things are going very poorly over there. Joe biden who literally glitched in the middle of the eu meetings in. Who's over there at the g. Seven and he just glitched for second time. And you know how bad his glitch was. We played a clip. Yesterday of joe biden answering a question. His gap in thinking was so long that i had to go back and re insert myself saying wait for it. Wait for it for radio because otherwise there was so much dead air that they would have taken the show off the air. That's how bad the glitches from joe biden. Meanwhile what does the left focused on. They're not focused. On the fact that joe biden is not really with us or the fact. That joe biden is busily ramping inflation. They're not worried. About the fact that joe biden is about to have russia his lunch. Now they're worried. About the fact that jon stewart said some things about who an lab leagues yesterday. Johnston on stephen colbert and he said funny and drew things about wuhan lobley situation. And the media's response was. How dare john stewart do this thing. I think we owe a great debt of gratitude to sciences. Science has in many ways helped ease the suffering of this pandemic Which was more than likely caused by science.
Crime Problem In Liberal Cities
"There's a crime problem in liberal cities around the United States. Not where I live. I live in a conservative county. We have a great sheriff down here. Not many conservative counties which actually enforce the law. Liberal cities around the United States that it would be a darn good idea to defund. The police attacked the police engaged in bail reform, coddle the bad guys and de criminalize a lot of really pernicious, nasty behaviors like shoplifting. So what happened? Well, unsurprisingly do you crime exploded? When you attacked the police and celebrate the bad guys? You get more bad guys and less police.
Interview With Nadia Bruce-Rawlings, Author of Driving in the Rain
"My guest is named nadia bruce rowling. She is the mother of six. She has twenty two years sober about to celebrate twenty three years and she's the author of scars and driving in the rain. Welcome to the show. Thank you so yes. I have a combined family of six. I grew up living all over the world Egypt norway bahamas. London and of course. Good old america and I have. I worked in the film industry for quite a long time and now of kind of retired from that. I'm living in nashville and writing awesome. I'd love to joe mature story in here a little bit more about maybe the recovery journey. And how you found sobriety and then what led you writing books. Gosh so i always drank. I don't remember not drinking like we just drank. That's what our family to and then You know the eighties and there is a lot of cocaine but what happened At some point well. I had stopped in cocaine for while because it was getting bad and it was about to lose my job and then four years later. My mom got really sick with Cancer and i met this guy and he did co. can you know one thing led to another next thing. I knew we were smoking crack and That was bad and within for my mom died. I got very depressed. That really brought me to my knees. And i spent four years just smoking crack. Twenty four seven lost my job. Obviously lost. Everything owned went to jail for shoplifting. Several times which turns out to be a felony if you do it enough
Colorado Officers Laugh While Watching Arrest of 73-Year-Old Woman
"New video from Colorado shows police officers laughing after allegedly breaking the arm of a woman who has dementia. Karen Gardner's attorney, shared the jailhouse video from her violent shoplifting arrest last year, and the officers are seen fist bumping while watching footage of the
Amplifying Your Growth in Ecommerce
"Hey dave welcome back to the e. Come true podcast. Thanks for having me. Mike a lot going on so i need your help figuring some stuff out. That's what we're that's what we're here for you on the podcast originally on episode three zero one. I'm not sure if since then or even before then you've also joined crewe premium. I think as well right. that's right. yeah so hopefully. We've been helping you all along. But i guess this is kind of an extra extra help and absolutely up. So if people are interested in the backstory they can go to episode three a one. I kinda mcman hitting pause. go back. Listen episode was under the hood episode. This is kind of a apart sued that and so we'll just let you get right into to ask him questions. I'm excited help you. I think these are the types of things that can be helpful to the audience because a lot of times they have similar questions so whatever you have hit me up and let's see if we can help you out of this mess so you might be in. Well it's not really a mess just around. We're finally starting to make some money on bushy box. You know it took a lot of time figuring out all the supply chain and just everything ship in it. All the cost down but i put up chiappa five site and we're not getting any sale on shoplifting. Everything is Pretty much from amazon at sea or wayfair or walmart and all that comes from like organic traffic like people just searching long tail keywords and whatnot right but i'm wondering if there are any other i had had any luck with paid advertising any kind and just keep it simple and free bars marketing or for missing something.
Etsy Crushes Estimates, Revenue More than Doubling
"Nc blowing past earnings expectations revenue more than doubling in the most recent quarter online retailer. One of the big pandemic winter shares up more than three hundred percent over the past year. And it's the biggest premarket gain earned the snp right now joining us to talk about the quarter and the outlook ahead job. Silverman ceo of esi. Josh it's great to see you this morning. You just had this blowout quarter. Let's talk about what you think. The future looks like and i ask in large part because i think we're all hoping that we're about to get into a post pandemic world that may bode well for some and may bode well for others. That's right well. Twenty twenty was a spectacular year for it was a time when circumstance met preparedness and millions and millions of people discovered for the first time or maybe rediscovered at sea At a time when they hadn't been in a long time and she's the kind of business that gets better as it gets bigger So more buyers means more sellers more sellers more buyers which makes the marketplace a whole lot better so to your point You know none of us really know what twenty twenty one brings. None of us have a crystal ball. But if i look at Twenty twenty ecommerce grew at an the crazy rate. Ecommerce grew it over forty percent year-on-year and yet oetzi grew two and a half times the rate of commerce. So i don't know what e commerce is going to do in twenty twenty one. But but i hope and believe that we'll be able to continue to outpace ecommerce overall in terms. Though of the way you think the shopping experience takes place you think by default the growth. You think i mean your how. What's the chance of the same kind of growth next year for example. Well i on the On the bull side of people we tend to forget. There's a lot of people even in twenty nine thousand nine who star shopped almost exclusively amal. Who never shopped online. So millions of people started shopping online and twenty twenty. Who hadn't before and they they loved it. It was convenient and interesting. And so we've brought a lot of people into e commerce warrant there before i'm the bear side during the pandemic can't spend on travel. They can't spend on dining so they're spending a disproportionate share of wallet retail and when they're spending on retail they go to the mall so they're spending a disproportionate amount on e commerce. So what. i don't know what. I don't know that any of us know is what's going to happen to consumer spending overall as you know as as restrictions ease what i do know though is if look over the long term if you're looking at twenty twenty two twenty twenty three and beyond ecommerce bigger and stronger and will be bigger and stronger. I believe as a result. Josh as you know. Musk tweeted on january twenty six. I hope you've saved the tweet. I kinda love at see. How much was that tweet worth. You think this quarter trades on the fundamentals and has always traded on the fundamental so at the time that he sent that tweet. Oetzi stock price went up. I forget the amount. But i think we gained a billion and a half two billion dollars market at four two hours and then the stock price settled right back down to where it started before the tweeting by the way. He's tweeting about the fact that he loves the marketplace tweeting about a product that he bought for his dog. Which which i love. But you know we trade on the fundamentals and i think it's so important that we keep talking about the fundamentals and i hope that's always traits on the fundamentals. Not on some story. That's that's other than that. You thinking at all about accepting bitcoin not right now i'm holder. I've held bitcoin for six or seven years. Now i think on the theory that i think it can be an interesting store of value. It could be an interesting tender. Some david need a whole lot more people to buy an own it before. I think it's really useful for people as as a and then. Finally i wanted to ask you about how you see the marketplace world versus the website or store world given the successive shoplifting. By how many of you are small. Businesses are both on on your service and also developing their own. And what does that mix look like for you know. Many of our sellers will also have their own shop. The challenges creating your own shop today is is is creating a lemonade. Stand in the desert right. It's harder and harder for an individual site to rise above the noise and become a brand that people can remember all the trends. I see is you know. We're consolidating fewer and fewer large e commerce platforms. And that's because the human brain can only remember somebody brands. We can only keep four five six eight brands in mind for everything else. We've got to go to google and we'd better go to facebook and if you're downstream google facebook then they're going to be the ones who get all of the economics so i don't think it's likely that there's going to be two billion thriving individual places to go buy things and years from now. I think there's going to be a handful. So the job of that seeing is to create a brand that stands for something that's meaningful and all of our sellers as a result
interview With Geoffrey Tate Of Flex Logics
"So jeffer-. I wanna start off with certain difference between doing business with the data center versus doing business at the edge. I know that the hardware you folks are working on. Is you know what i think. Most people think hardware. They think about the big rack sitting somewhere in the data center the edges different the edges. New it's its burgeoning. How do you define the edge when you talk to people. Because i think people always think about those racks but it's clearly a blooming ecosystem. Yeah well azusa terms of different people defined differently but where we basically look at businesses any system. Outside of the data center there can be things like cellphones stations in verizon stations that are kind of in between what we're looking at your robots this. He'll cars field ultrasound systems in the field. So these are systems that are separated in well removed from today's yet. Okay and and obviously pretty wide. Berth as to what that could be almost any industry this this could be applied retail. You've got cameras energy you've got i don't know some some big turbine out there. You know generating some power killing in occasional bird. You know it's pretty pretty vast swath of of what what can imply does that. Broad world of edge cluster. In any interesting ways. I think industry would be one that makes sense. Maybe you can talk a bit about that but we also use case what you see edge sort of us for a certain way tammy how do you think about this whole new space. Those of us at home. it's it's sort of. It's new it's novel but how we want to break it up. Well we're just touching the top of the iceberg so we've engaged with a lot of customers see a lot martin's segments and they have different potential sizes so one obvious one is countered. There's cameras all over the place. You mentioned walmart's wells fargo's there's cameras today wired into servers in the back offices of these places and serve servers not in the data center and right now those cameras us recording video in case somebody shoplift something that got her the tape. Now they can add inference start tracking their stores checking buying behavior along the lines along the take to get through the lines things like that. So that's an application where you need object detection and recognition similarly when you're talking about robots robots moving around into distribution for a warehouse. They need to know you know what. Say iraq to put things on. What's the what's the person to make sure you don't get them. Yeah so you're detecting. You're recognizing them taking action appropriately. Same thing happens with cars so those are all object detection recognition models like yolo the three which do an excellent job of doing that. Which are people are flying now and we see medical imaging and there's many types of limiting there's crazy. Mri machines are much less expensive or numerous ultrasound. Machines x-ray cd stamps and stuff in between so there with the people are using models for his more specialized object detection recognition typically. You're standing your knee. It's stuck in there. It's not moving but you're looking to detect some anomalies in the x ray on the ultrasound. South is the baby. Ok is the got busted acl. So it's helping. The radiologist do occur. Job of diagnosing powell. That's what those kinds of models need to be doing. Things like Scientists gamma joining or life sciences. And they are in many cases what they're doing is looking to clean up images using network approaches through extraneous information clarify the. Which if you've ever seen like an ultra sounds like i just recently hasn't surgery. The doctors were trying to find a vein of the my shoulder. I can see the ultrasound. They were looking at a teaching hospital. And i couldn't tell what they said when they when they started a doctor they couldn't tell was on either but eventually they figured it out so these ultrasounds are hard to make out in. Computers can make better judgments which results in better outcomes says. A wide range of applications are seeing for inference models. I think we're just scratching. The surface gets more powerful and cheaper is going to go into more more more systems.
Black teens wrongly detained at Target in California
"Profiling complaints are being launched after three black teenagers were detained by L. A county sheriff's deputies inside a target in Westlink Village, California The team say they were wrongfully accused of shoplifting A B C's Annabelle Moon rose reports footage of the incident has now gone viral. Sparking outrage online. The family's plan to file a civil lawsuit against Target and the Sheriff's department. The Sheriff's Department did not comment. In this case. They were not arrested, According to a 2019, California Department of Justice study. Black Children made up 21% of juvenile arrests but just 5% of the population. The teens say another group of teenagers shoplifted during the incident last weekend, but they were told they couldn't leave the store. While other customers did.
"shoplifting" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Police responded to a stranded vehicle on interstate 10, causing a hazard Investigators discovering bullet holes on the driver's door and the window in the 30 Year old's body inside San Antonio police and the Army's Criminal Investigation division. Are investigating doctors at University Hospital in San Antonio, Pronouncing the 30 year old dead on New Year's Day. The drill sergeant was a dental specialist to the U. S. Army Medical Center of Excellence on Joint Base, San Antonio Fort Sam Houston. She'd been in the role since 2019 before this assignment. She served at a dental clinic since 2017 boxes Alex Hogan. Meanwhile, a growing number of Republican politicians led by Senator Ted Cruz are calling to vote to reject to the electoral college votes in the presidential Action unless there's an audit into allegations of possible voter fraud. So we look forward to well over 100 members of Congress voicing their objections. We'll look forward to even more than a dozen or so senators voicing their objections. Let's have the debate. Trump 2020 campaign senior advisor Jason Miller on Fox is America's news headquarters. The Massachusetts police officer called to check out a shoplifting case shows some holiday spirit. A few days before Christmas. Officer Matt Lima of the Somerset Police Department responded to a local Stop and shop where two women in the self checkout line were caught skipping the scanner and putting several items directly into their bags. He noticed the women had two kids with them about the same age as his own daughters, the girl's mother, telling him she had lost her job and was stealing the food for their holiday dinner..
Massachusetts cop buys Christmas dinner for women caught stealing groceries
"Massachusetts police officer playing Santa and saving Christmas for two women accused of trying to steal groceries for their kids. Officer Matt Lima, responding to a shoplifting called the Stop and Shop in Somerset, the two women with a couple of young kids with them were accused of bagging groceries at a self checkout. Without scanning them. The women said they had fallen upon hard times, and they wanted to provide Christmas dinner for their Children. Officer Lima says he thought of his own kids and decided Not to charge them instead. He used his own money and bought them $250 in grocery gift cards.
Shooting at Walmart in Loudoun County, Virginia
"Say opened fire in a WalMart yesterday while he was being arrested for shoplifting now faces more charges. The Loudoun County sheriff's Office says to loss prevention employees that the jealous crossing Plaza store confronted the man and then called police. When deputies got there, He took out a gun and shot to store employees and a deputy. Then ran out of the store. A deputy shot him, but he stole the car and drove off. Fairfax County Police eventually caught up with him and arrested him. He's in the hospital, along with the three people he shot. More charges will be filed.
"shoplifting" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Joining about 140 House Republicans, and they say they will object to certifying of the electoral vote during Wednesday's joint session of Congress, and they're demanding a special commission. To investigate claims of voter fraud. Those claims have been repeatedly rejected by courts and state legislatures and unproven by audits and recounts. Utah Senator Mitt Romney calls the effort by fellow Republicans a danger to democracy in a written statement Saturday night, saying partisans would inevitably demand the same any time their candidate lost, calling it a dangerous ploy. Republican Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse on social media, saying it's a case of ambitious politicians who think there's a quick way to tap into the president's Populist base without doing real long term damage, says says they're wrong Quote Adults don't point a loaded gun at the heart of legitimate self government. It's NBC's Chuck Secrets in reporting. Massachusetts police officer playing Santa and Saving Christmas for a couple of women accused of trying to steal groceries for their family officer Matt Lima are responding to a shoplifting call at a stop and shop in Somerset. This was back on December 20th. Two women had to young kids with them. They were accused of bagging groceries at a self checkout kiosk without scanning them. The women said they had fallen upon hard times and wanted to provide Christmas dinner for their kids. Officer Lima said he was reminded of his own Children and decided not to charge them with the shoplifting. Instead, he used his own money. And bought $250 in grocery gift cards. Well done. Officer Matt Lima, the Corona virus pandemic having little effect on deadly car crashes..
Flawed Facial Recognition Leads To Arrest and Jail for New Jersey Man
"New Jersey Man suing police and officials over wrongful accusations based on facial recognition software, Scott Pringle reports this year. Park says he spent 10 days in jail last year after being accused of shoplifting at a Woodbridge hotel and then grazing a police. Car will getting away. He says he tried to clear up the mist Ake after an arrest warrant was issued based on facial recognition technology, his lawyer says evidence at the scene later cleared his name and the charges were dropped. Critics say facial recognition technology can have more difficulty identifying those with darker skin. I'm
Flawed Facial Recognition Leads To Arrest and Jail for New Jersey Man
"The use of facial recognition software and law enforcement has been under scrutiny, with critics saying it is proportionately harms minorities makes mistakes when recognizing black faces A B C's Megan Torrisi and reports A New Jersey man is suing the police after a bad facial recognition match landed him in jail for a crime he did not commit. Last year, Nigeria Parks was falsely accused of shoplifting and trying to hit an officer with his car, even though he was 30 miles away. When the incident happened, he spent 10 days in jail. And paid thousands of dollars in legal fees before the case was eventually dismissed for lack of evidence. He is now suing the police and the city of Woodbridge, New Jersey for a violation of his civil rights, false imprisonment and false
Black man in New Jersey misidentified by facial recognition tech and falsely jailed, lawsuit claims
"To track down criminals is under scrutiny that after another incident, innocents man was thrown in jail. Critics say the technology is flawed and disproportionately harms the black community. ABC is Meghan Taveras. Ian has more New Jersey man is suing the police after a bad facial recognition match landed him in jail for a crime he did not commit. Last year, Nigeria Parks was falsely accused of shoplifting and trying to hit an officer with his car, even though he was 30 miles away. When the incident happened. He spent 10 days in jail and paid thousands of dollars in legal fees before the case was eventually dismissed for lack of evidence. He's now suing the police and the city of Woodbridge, New Jersey, for violation of his civil rights, false imprisonment and false arrest. This holiday consumers around
Flawed Facial Recognition Leads To Arrest and Jail for New Jersey Man, New York
"So this is, uh, issue that I think is something that has because here has been so busy with so many things. It's an issue that has slipped by most people, but it's not slipped by Cashmere Hill reporter with The New York Times We've spoken on Cairo nights. She is now joining us here on Seattle. Morning News Kashmir DYNAMITE Story in The New York Times about facial recognition technology. Can we let's start at the beginning of the story. Can you tell us a little bit about who is Nigeria Parks? And why does he matter in this big discussion about facial recognition technology? I feel like you're part that he's in New Jersey. Man. He's 33 years old. You started a grocery store. He now works making kitchen cabinets, and last year he was arrested. Um, for A crime he didn't commit on. See there was Where do I start to know there was a shoplifting incident at a Hampton Inn and in New Jersey, and this guy came in. He stole some candy. The cops were called When the cops got there, He apologized that he would pay for the candy. He gave the cops a Tennessee driver's license and when they ran it in, turn out to be fake. He, um Tried to handcuff him. He ran to his car. He pulled out very quickly. He hit a police car hit the calm of the hotel. And when the officer said he had to, you know, dive out of the way to get cannot be hit by the car on they found the car a mile away, abandoned into the only thing they had for the crime. Andre were this driver's license and You know, there was a problem today. There. There's fingerprints, but they decided to go with his driver's license, and they ran the photo through facial recognition technology and they got a match to night here, Park. And arrested them. And he ended up serving 10 days in jail on at the time that I've I've never been to the Hampton and I've never been dead to that town. You know, he just also happens was in New Jersey. We're talking with Cashmere Hill technology reporter for The New York Times. All right, so, so they arrest Mr Parks Based on what who? Apparently they were told by facial recognition technology who had committed this shoplift against subsequent potential, I guess assault on a police officer. When he was arrested. What was his response? What he was was he surprised that the police showed up two to arrest him. He actually went to the police station to say, Hey, you guys have the wrong guy. This isn't me. Um this is a case of mistaken identity on, do they? They didn't believe him. He Hey, did have some prior convictions in his youth 10. Years ago, he was arrested for selling drugs and he had spent some time in jail. So I think for the Costigan said, Hey, this guy said face matches. They've got prior convictions. He's our guy. Um so yeah, he went to the station. They arrested him. Um, at his Hearing. Uh, because he had these prior convictions. He New Jersey has a no bail system and so at the point system rather than cash determine if you're released before trial. The point is that he had to stay in jail. So he was in jail for 10 days. Well, I got transferred to a pre tile laundering program after he hired a private attorney, which ended up costing him $5000 on then for the you know, the next year, he was Battling this case, you know, he was offered a plea deal. You could take six years and in jail instead of going to trial, and you consider taking it just because he was afraid that he would lose it trial and because he had the prior convictions, he could have gone a very long sentence. It was really scary for him. On and Yeah, it's hard. The police the police always have told me have reported a lot of facial recognition. They say we've never arrest somebody based on Leon facial recognition. We just just the clue in the case. And we do other investigating, But this is the third case for somebody's been wrongfully arrested based basically just on a facial recognition match with very little additional investigation.
"shoplifting" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Shoplifting and called police is part of the women's Kerr and arrested them officers say they're returning the stolen merchandise Seattle city council member Kshama someone is calling for emergency protections for renters this winter however we DO as Hannah Scott explained here's the idea housing is a human right and if housing is a human right then how can you and the families and people in the middle of winter that's why so want will introduce an emergency proposal Monday calling for a moratorium on all of actions in Seattle this winter make sure that the city's color does change so that renters on on a big did anytime between November first and March thirty first so once as France and a handful of other countries have nationwide election bands when times dip below freezing but not the US or some states actually banned vixen moratorium's tis the season for skiing but not quite yet on Stevens pass resort workers that covers seven TV there's just not enough snow for skiers and snowboarders we're just waiting to welcome them back get excited ourselves because we want to get out there too no need about three feet of snow first to open Amazon is having trouble with packages just one week into the holiday delivery season the company says the delays are a combination of bad weather in parts of the country and a huge number of orders the delivery service you PS also says winter storms are causing some delays and now look at your forecast well the mid forties overnight scattered showers Saturday hiding low fifties with drier conditions Sunday from the power seven pinpoint weather center I'm meteorologist clearly understand it's fifty two degrees in downtown Seattle I'm the boss miss anything follow us on Facebook to get caught up however radio ninety seven three FM news and talk powered by the Pacific Northwest this is my second time on call I will rate ninety seven yes the line is nine eight nine seven three there is the regional authority over homelessness being forms and be graded states is some people's eyes another layer of governments with its own employees it cetera and the defense of its mayors.
"shoplifting" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
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"Is eight o'clock. I'm Jim Sharpe. You listening Arizona's morning news coming up. President Trump says the process of removing millions of illegal immigrants in our country will begin next week, but I the mayor and the police chief could face ticked off residents at a community meeting tonight. That'd be the opportunity for people to vent their frustrations. I think that's going to be important for us to begin the healing process, and that is the chief right there. It's our top story, and who's Jamie, west a big community meeting tonight in what's become a national firestorm. Oprah video of Phoenix. Police officers pointing guns and Channing profanity's at a family during a shoplifting. Call our team coverage of the latest developments starts live with KTAR's, Jim cross America Gago, Phoenix. Police chief Jerry Williams other city leaders will be at pilgrim. Rest Baptist church fourteenth street in Jefferson starting at six o'clock night. The doors will open up at five it's going to be a lengthy event, a Williams joined Arizona's morning news yesterday. So she's confident the community can work through this. And she's the person to fix the department when when anyone in our community. Community that I was raised community. I was born in feels as though they don't feel safe with the Phoenix police department. So we have to look at it memo of exclusive release, some of the store surveillance video of the shoplifting incident that preceded the viral confrontation that led to the families seeking ten million dollars from the city you can see that at KTAR dot com. While in the news center, Jim cross KTAR news, alleging excessive force by police has no use for the apologies from both the chief, and the mayor. The aims Harper family calls, the apologies empty knowing the officers involved are still on the job drive on aims, the man alleging he was shoved punched and kicked, the officers.
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"In the mall report. Absolutely chris. I'm not a political person. I'm not a political operative. I respect the house leadership. And the fact that they may be considering, you know, a lot of polls and political strategy in the way, they're figuring out what to do next. That's not my business. My business is investigations evidence finding information and exposing that information when when the American public has a right to know it. I think we are clearly there with the results of the special counsel team. There are so many witnesses who could provide important essential testimony to congress, that can only be done in the scope of an impeachment inquiry. I think that action should be taken immediately and I think pe- people should finally here for themselves. Exactly what those witnesses have to say, whether or not that results in articles of impeachment. And in the Senate, and all those sorts of things is beside the point. Oh, okay. Andy mccabe. Sure. Let's, let's have a fifth investigation. Meanwhile those criminal referral against him and a very interesting thing, just so happen to be time the day that Robert Muller had his nine and a half minute little press conference that five hours later, he said and a letter from the special counsel's office along with the attorney general Bill bar. Yeah. Never mind, everything I just said earlier in the day that got the media, so hyped up historical. And crazy is not true that we couldn't come to a conclusion because of DOJ policy and constitutional issues surrounding whether you can or cannot indicted, sitting president, when I said, over and over again, that was not a consideration, even though I well, backtracked, my own press conference, reading somebody else's handwritten notes poorly, because I had no idea what was in it. That's what it seemed like to me. Now, Andrew McCabe, there was that day that Muller gave his testimony, very interesting. There was a recommendation for indictment. Foreign leaky high ranking official now John Solomon has a brand new investigative piece out and headline is feds gone wild DOJ, stunning inability to prosecute its own bad actors was caught. Red-handed engaged in nepotism, and other lawyer less admitted to shoplifting at marine barracks store. A third leaked sealed court information to the news media fourth engaged in fraud by turning a government garage into a personal repair shop for many people apparently four cases all solved in the past month suspects, who cost taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars and significant breaches of public trust clearly some of these are crimes, but these aren't your everyday purpose. Traitor's all were department of Justice employee's who are supposed to catch other criminals, working for the FBI the DA, the US attorney's offices, instead, they broke the law and all manage to escape prosecution despite their proven transgressions recent state. The Justice department disciplinary files telling undeniable story and under the leadership of the inspector General, Michael Horowitz, DOJ's internal watchdog is doing an outstanding job of policing bad conduct inside America's premiere law enforcement agency, and the DOJ's doing a poor job of punishing its own and that brings us to the case of which, I am talking about about leaking high level individual recommending a criminal charge. And that was denied something that probably wouldn't happen to any of you or your last name was, let's say, Paul Manafort, or Jen. Errol Flynn or let's say Michael cone, or Roger stone, anyway, eight hundred nine four one Sean toll-free. Telephone number our to John Salomon executive vice president president for the hill investigative reporter, Greg Jarrett, author of the number one bestseller, the Russia hoax, Fox News legal analyst, John, this was your column will start with you. Greg is very familiar with the recommendation and that one particular case and why do I suspect it could be somebody as high ranking as McCabe who, of course now wants impeachment, but of is not biased against Trump at all? Well, listen, it's been fifteen months of inspector general. I referred Andrew McCabe for possible investigation for lying in leaking. He did both things lied about leaking. And nothing has happened in fifteen months to put that in perspective in just a few short months and five months. There were three separate people in the Muller's Weisman investigation that were indicted for lying to prosecutors. So why does it take a short time to indict everyday Americans and it takes a long time to punish anyone at the time or maybe an impossible task? Yeah. It may not happen. That's the question that is raising this article were about to enter the most important internal affairs investigation in recent Justice department history. Bill bars investigation of everything involving spy gate, Russia and the question that will be there. If if it finds wrongdoing, we'll people really get punished. And if you look at the last month of internal affairs. Estimations by the I g you find great investigations found FBI agent, shoplifting and agents of sending hundreds of thousands of dollars to their family illegally theft of money. Essentially, you've got all sorts of wrongdoing documented confirmed admitted to the none of the people are fired. One is allowed to retire. The others continued to be employed by the US department and Nana prosecuted, even though the they were referred for prosecution. It raises the question candy Justice department actually investigate and itself. Why did I suspect that that criminal referral coming from the inspector general's office on the day that mother spoke, which was which kind of buried the story? Gregg jarrett. Is there any chance he was talking about Andrew McCabe? Well, it could be a should be because, you know, Andrew McCabe, he's the guy who proves the Peter principle, the management series that people in a hierarchy tend to rise to the level of their own incompetent, McCabe space, it's not just incompetence and ignorance of the law. It's malevolence, this is a man who just a few months ago was still saying he thinks the president United States is Russian agent. Chris, he was trying to peddle his book, which is, is not as to read and trying to profit by his own wrongdoing. I mean, that's, that's what it's come to people like McCabe and James Comey. They engaged in rampant corrupt acts and they're trying to profit by it at the same time they continue to appear on television shows on MSNBC and CNN and elsewhere. And. Defame and smear the president of the United States, who engaged in no collusion. You know, the FBI the department of Justice, it was colluding with a foreign national being funded by Hillary Clinton CD noodle to the media to frame, Donald Trump or something. He didn't do. So this is unequal. Prosecution is so lot enforcement of the law, and it needs to change when it comes to corrupt actors within our own lawn. Forsman agencies. Do we know in any way, will we ever be able to find out John who was recommended by Horowitz to be indicted, Fogo leaking? And they decided not to we do a deputy assistant director. So we know they have the title deputy assistant director. So he goes to the hierarchy top, the FBI dread. Second deputy director that McCabe, then there are series of assistant directors. And then each of those assistant directors have their own top deputies. So this person was a deputy director clearly senior person they clearly. Work in the during the Komi McCabe, erica's leaks. In question are during that timeframe of twenty sixteen when the peak stroke and investigations of both Ellery Clinton and Russia collusion, we're going on? And we know one of the most serious offenses, that was confirmed by the I was this deputy assistant director of the FBI leak information that was under seal by federal court meeting. They violated in. We're in contemptible law by leaking something that a court had sealed, so that we know their identity. We don't know there's about twenty five to thirty deputies directors and we don't know which one but we know the rank, and we know the offenses that were confirming any I do we know where it is with McCabe at this point. We don't it's incredibly murky there was a very clear referral. He was clearly terminated there's been plenty of documentation since that time to emerge substantiated McCabe wrongdoing. But there's no evidence of a grand jury indictment or any of those sort of activities that would suggest that this moment, he's moving towards some sort of criminal liability. So I think that's the question that Greg just said, is there a dual system of Justice when people look at these cases, that's the first question that comes to mind? I don't think there's any doubt about it, but things seem to be changing and trading changing now rather dramatically, we've got a delay on the inspector general's report. Greg jarrett. But we're being told apparently for good reason as the investigation into the FIS abuses. I am told is going to be very, very, brutally honest and tough, and I do believe there will be a lot of people implicated in terms of having broken laws but even runs deeper than that. And now we. Have a moment where John Durham is now going to go and interview Christopher Steele. And we learn last week that the CIA top officials that could have been very well responsible for the phony dossier that they knew was phony and not verified and never corroborated a spread to the media to impact the twenty sixteen election. I think we're just realizing that the inspector general and the new department of Justice under William bar with the aid of John Durham, are, are just touching the tip of the iceberg, and that there is such evidence of corruption below the surface that it's going to take a long while to swint through and dig through and sort it all out in hold people accountable. And, and so, yeah, it doesn't surprise me at the I g report is not going to be coming out right now. And perhaps it's held in abeyance pending. The interview of Christopher Steele, who is. Hugh, and I've talked about on air is a critical person. I mean, this is the guy who could say, I warned the FBI the department of Justice that this was uncorroborated information and that they needed to go out in vetted themselves. Now, doesn't explain why he was peddling it to the media claiming that it was verified. But if he warned everybody and there's evidence of that, then that makes the corrupt acts by James Comey, and Andrew McCabe and all the others who signed off on the Faisal warrant appear criminal. Well, then I think that's where we're headed. And I think this is gonna be so comprehensive that I don't think anybody really has a full idea yet and it's not going to be a dud likable report, which is was a dud. And I don't think expectations are set high if the rule of laws followed, I think everything we have enough evidence now on our own that we know that all of these things happen. Quick break. More with Gregg Jarrett, author of the number one bestseller. The Russia hoax, John Solomon, executive vice president and investigative reporter with the hill. Hey, did you know there's a black market, if you travel, you have frequent flyer miles? I know that sounds nuts, but at least a dozen online markets listing these markets created by criminals that steel frequent flyer miles than sell them, it's often difficult to detect the crime, since many people don't check their accounts that often the theft can go undetected for weeks or months..
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"In a shoplifting incident a little over a year ago at colonial plaza on colonial drive, former OPD chief John Mina said at the time to officers confronted Silva in a car in the parking lot. He wouldn't get out of officers shooting striking the driver driver in the vehicle. Fled Silva made it a few blocks away before crashing. That's where the suspect the driver was found deceased in the vehicle. Now, what are the officers who shot at Silva's being charged with manslaughter officer Anthony Wong shoe was booked in the Orange County jail before quickly posting bond. The other officer had been. Previously cleared by the state attorney's office Ray Kapito news ninety six point five WDBO or of seven in his first ever state of the county address, Orange County mayor Jerry Demings says he wants to raise the sales tax by one cent. Demings says the money would go toward expanding service from sun rail links. I look forward to leading efforts to pass a one cent sales tax that will allow us to fully fund a transportation system that can better serve us well into the future. Do you want to be on Orlando's news at noon? Tell me what you think of that used the open mic feature in our app happening right now in Florida. Congressional delegation is briefing, the media about what the F B I just told them about Russian hackers breaching, two counties election systems governor descent spoke with the FBI earlier this week about what happened before the twenty sixteen election. There was no manipulation or anything. But there was voter data that was able to get update on this one on Orlando's news at noon, and a half hour DC bureau is going to update us six of seven. It's our top national story. President Trump later on bales. His plan reform. The country's immigration system. Reporter Cecilia Vega with the preview of the planet was drafted by Jared. Kushner with the help of President Trump were told it focuses on what they're calling merit based immigration, and really what it would do is change the makeup of the type of person type of immigrant allowed to legally come into this country. They're using what they're calling a point based system. It favors highly skilled educated. English speaking workers over people with family who are already in the country. Those are the type of people who are mostly allowed to come in legally now, bearing the president's announcement from the rose garden later this afternoon. It's supposed to happen during the one PM hour around one thirty. We're going to interrupt the data last show to bring it to you have our app. Download it and push notifications enabled. So you'll know when it is starting don't forget, you can stream us at home on your Alexa, device or Google home or what have you and finally tonight, they're going to give it another shot. Unfavorable upper level wins forced space x to scrub last night's planned falcon, nine rocket launch disappointing. A lot of people who gathered along the space coast came all the way from California, actually, from southern California, because we're obsessed guy said, with Elon Musk and SpaceX. And the falcon heavy felt the nine we've never.
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"Program. Brought you in part by the Michelle did you see Allison sheriff's her takedown technique. It's Michelle she did a leg. Sweep in knocked poor Rick down. Rick was loaded up like he was going to shoplift and Alison got down in the crowd. Yeah. And Allison can do a leg. Sweep took him right off his feet. Well, practice every morning. We're doing some drills. Yeah. So if you're just joining us, we're here Cardwell's center on avenue and don't shoplift here of what we do when we come out. We have a promotion steam, it's Jennifer and Susie. We're gonna take a picture of the bag that and so we have the prize wheel. We're giving away Cardwell gift cards. We have some WIBC coffee mugs, and we also hand out shopping bags WIBC shopping. So one of our good listeners came in earlier and then picked up a shopping and then went throughout the store shoplifting. Or Steph soy and say, the oddly they were most of what they stoled was security thirty items naturally so LED motion sensitive the security staff here at Cardwell's wrestled him to the ground and threw him out and got the product back. But so anything we can do to help. Jeff by giving a vessel for the shoplifters to steal things. We appreciate it very much. I see you got a big stack of them here. For. You're gonna lose a lot now. Now, we got we got more in the van. This paint sale gallon of paint. You know, we're talking in the second gowns only five bucks. That's right. How do you make money? I'm saying we don't wanna make money. We just want to sell a lot of pain. Yes. That's done. I don't I don't want to sell. No business has been really really good. I mean the last couple of years is fantastic. And we just came off the best April. We've had many many years I've been here. Seventy six seventy six so forty plus years. So last couple of years has been absolute best years we've ever had in business. All right. So the business was previously called associated materials. inC, we're still that today. Just doing business card will home center. Well, it kind of ties the family name. That's I think that's always good. When your local business to to show that you are a family. That's what you guys aren't. Yeah. Well, a lot of times people would ask who is right? You are right. That would be the problem. So, but we we changed the name years ago. But yeah, businesses been really really good. The economy is humming. And really the confidence of the customers coming in. That's something that really matters. You know, the people coming in the small one guy was just in here was really confident very. The aisles and just plain daylight. Yeah..
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"At park meadows mall of a shoplifting suspects. Luxury. Police spokesperson Denise Kaufman saying that the officers fired at the suspect after he produced a handgun following a short pursuit, the male suspect died at the scene. A second suspect will lead to be a female fled on foot. And at this time has not been apprehended officer involved suffered a officers involved suffered a minor injury. No bystanders were hurt in the pursuit. Or in the shooting incident continues to be under investigation today is marking another contentious hearing at the Colorado legislature concerning a Bill that would have required school districts who provide sex Ed courses to teach cop. Curriculum that would include options other than abstinence more than two hundred people signed up to testify on both sides of that Bill opposed. I trained program is yielding great results results that are better than the nations. That is something to be proud of. If it ain't broke don't fix it. In favor. My health teacher a role that piece of tape on each task and rolled around. He taught us that. Like people tape got dirty and was worthless. Once it was used one time governor paula's has not yet signalled if he would sign the Bill if it comes to his desk state, lawmakers are also introducing a Bill that would reform Colorado's oil and gas industry, Aaron Martinez, lost her husband and brother went her house exploded in Firestone in two thousand seventeen she says natural gas leaked from an abandoned well saturated with soil saturated or soil near her home. This gas collected my basement after a while that have been shut off had been a shut in welfare about a year was turned back on. My husband, Mark and brother Joey were working in the basement at the time, and they did not survive. The explosion Martinez told her story for the first time this afternoon at a press conference. Introducing the Bill it would give local jurisdictions more control over oil and gas development, former Bronco's wide receiver Deir, mar dare mess. Thomas is in jail after on charges stemming from a car crash earlier this month. Thomas for driving without perfect insurance and reckless driving. And he turned himself into police on Wednesday night, Doug Chapman with the Denver. Police saying the Thomas crashed his his vehicle, and then rolled it on a rarity Parkway downtown it happened early on February sixteenth Shelvin saying the Thomas and the two passengers were taken to the hospital. One woman was seriously injured. No, you're not smoking. Something actually Martha Stewart is a Canadian pod business to create marijuana based products for people and their pets..
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"In early nineteen sixty five they returned to Lebanon, Indiana, where Sylvia had been born in June nineteen sixty five Betty likens left. Her husband taking Sylvia and Jenny with her to Indianapolis a few weeks later on July. Third Betty was arrested for shoplifting and sent to county jail. Sylvia. Sixteen was left to take care of her sister. It was at this time that Paul Benesch. Chiefs game met, Sylvia and Jenny through a mutual friend seeing that the sisters were adrift without their mother. She invited them over to her home. The banish shift skis lived in a big house at thirty eight fifty east New York street, the girls drink soda and listened to records on the phone across the lichens girls seemed to get along well with everyone, including paula's mother Gertrude the two oldest banish, shefty girls. Hala and Stephanie were seventeen and fifteen around the same age as Sylvia Jenny as for the rest of the banish chefs gays, Johnny Marie Shirley, Jimmy were twelve eleven ten and eight respectively. Dennis junior was still an infant Lester lichens and his son Danny soon tracked down, Sylvia and Jenny at the bench. Chef ski house. The sisters told them the news that Betty was in county lockup, but when Lester and Danny went to jail, they found out Betty had already been discharged and gun to her parents house in another part of Indian. Appaluse the two men returned to Gertrude house LeicesteR had been drinking a bit and wasn't up to doing anymore that day Gertrude invited Lester and his son to spend the night with her family that evening list or told Gertrude of his plans to go back on the Carney circuit selling concessions at county and state fairs, but there were the children to consider Diana. The eldest lichens daughter was married now and had a family of her own Danny and Benny could be sent to stay with her grandmother, but Leicester's mother wouldn't be able to handle taking care of four grandchildren. So they still had to find a place for Sylvia and Jenny to go Gertrude saw a money making opportunity and seized it. She suggested boarding Sylvia and Jenny at her house for just twenty dollars a week twenty dollars in nineteen sixty five would be worth over a hundred and fifty dollars today. The next day Lester lichens met up with.
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"A shoplifting at a WalMart in Franklin hit a tree in the sixty nine hundred block of shaker road early this morning. One woman was killed. But she has not been identified yet. Updating an accident. We told you about yesterday morning name released now on a person killed in Iraq in northern Kentucky. The Boone county sheriff says. A flatbed truck headed east on rich would road in Walton. Veered off the right side of the road just before seven thirty Wednesday morning. The driver pulled back onto the street, and then went left of center hitting an oncoming car in what the sheriff calls a head on side swipe manner. Basically peeling the side of the car back killing the driver forty-five-year-old, Amy Sky Bow of union she had two children in the car. They're now in the hospital the truck ended up losing its bed which struck another. Westbound vehicle whose driver was not seriously hurt. The flatbed driver is in the hospital. No word if any charges will be filed Jack crumley News Radio seven hundred wwl w. The latest on trying to make it safer for children to walk to Cincinnati public school. We are going to be looking into this. And we want reports from the administration to really understand what's going on with these Crosswalks in what we need to do house woman. Amy Murray who is the vice chair of the law and public safety committee says there are a number of solutions. Both the city and CPS are looking at one is bright flashing lights at Crosswalks worst link going to look for the funding that we have available to make these lights luminated and available for people to use one again across walk other solutions include starting classes later when it's not so dark out and bussing students who live more than a mile away from school at city hall. Troy Adams radio seven hundred wwl WCTC says it appears the outbreak of E coli in Romain lettuce is over sixty two people over sixteen states became sick. Because of the outbreak that was tied to lettuce grown in northern and central California will now the CDC is recalling lettuce in December. Now says that there were. Only three new cases linked to the outbreak since then Xavier over Georgetown at cintas center last.
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"Have a podcast, your podcast. You can have just like your Facebook status and people are easily tag -able. So all of those voices, all those conversations that would naturally happen back in the day are now happening at the forefront and it's jarring for people to hear feedback on what they say. I feel like it's fine because the same people that are arguing that like everyone's a critic and we shouldn't be so sensitive. And all of this is like you're, but you also want you also want to be. To be a critic as comic your constantly looking at things that are different that you have all sorts of opinions about. So why shouldn't someone have an opinion about your thing? I mean, an interesting thing with us, the show that we did we were doing Nicole and I show called nasty women like right after the it was the day after Trump won after Trump won, and it was supposed to be this like celebration. But it ended up being like a vigil and continued it. And we raised a bunch of money for charity every time. And then eventually, I think it it just sort of felt like that name that that we were beyond like, saying nasty and identifying with it, it's like I want nothing to do with your slayings. Yeah, there's a wild show. It was wild, and it was felt really important and fun at the time, but but the second show the first show was this poster of Hillary Clinton in the nasty women position. From the Rolling Stones and covered axons. Yeah. And then. By someone else's hand? Yes. And then the idea was that it's like initially with the Jenny fine who made the poster, who's awesome. The idea was like important women will do like important women. And so the second show I was like, hey, Jenny do Michelle Obama. And so she did Michelle Obama. And soon as I got online, there was like intense lot tackling a lot of feelings that were completely fine to have in the moment I was in the writer's room in like the poster was put up and I had like one hundred fifteen hundred Gatien's on Twitter, and I was like, well, this show's gonna be packed, and then I saw it. It was all these people that were like fucking white feminists. This is the problem with you objectify ING. Our floats and. I didn't know, and I didn't. Yeah, I in my experience did not know that that poster would be like received polarizing as well? Yes. I personally didn't see a problem with it, but I guess it was because I was involved with the show show, and I knew the intention of the show. It wasn't to degrade her or sexualize her or talk about her body. But on the flip side, it's like, that's what a lot. Doing? Yeah. And with the words, with the words natty women on and and it. But that's an example. I think where it's like, well, that was like definitely a learning experience for me and I'm not saying like, you know, I walk away from that being like I was so bad, it's you don't have to be bad. You could just get it wrong. And so I took it down and but we we also like raised raised a bunch of money for Planned Parenthood, but I think that's I, I walk away from that thinking, well, that's a positive thing I didn't. It wasn't like it was like, it's not fun when you have egg on your face and you're like this lady to draw this thing. And it's interesting too that like, you know, within a reaction to something, people will always wanna make it sort of worse when you're when and this idea that it was like this group of white women that were doing this, there is not. They said there was not one woman of color on the show. It was like, hilarious, which is like all Browning on the show me was on it. Yeah, I've Emily Heller may have been the only white woman on it was just very interesting people love to make some shit like that. Me personally, I think audiences are a little sensitive because I try to do fat material, took me like six months to find out that shit wasn't working because people felt bad for me and mild thing was like, I wouldn't be then again,.
"shoplifting" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?
"So happy. You bought a house? Yes. When did you bet it'll be a year in August? Yes. Being a homeowner is the wildest thing so Bush out of my front yard the other, and I was walking. My dogs looked up. She's like, who does that. At the fucking hard at the base? Yes, I don't. I just don't understand why. You have to figure out how to protect your fortress yet. Like, what do you do put up, like fucking like gate? No, I don't want. I don't know. I don't know. I guess are gonna continue to steal my Bush. I mean, they're pretty. It was like. Pretty Bush's. You've got intact hours and some like those are my pink flowers now, which is just so rude. Someone popped into our backyard and threatened to kill us what? Yeah, it's a great neighborhood and she was on drugs and she'd been in our neighbor. She had like snuck into our neighbors and then jumped over. We built a tree house and she jumped the the he had was like storing ladders. Right? Like basically like it was a perfect st- like not stone was high on something, but like it was like the best video game for her. Like I climb the ladder, I stand on the tree has, and then I was freaked. Baby was in the backyard, and I was like me, no. And she was like, I just want to climb this tree and I said, definitely know. And probably in my harder Butch voice that made her feel like she, yes, she then was like, oh, so then we had to. We built like a cage. Around the tree house, and we built like our fence a little bit. Higher drugs are great. Drugs are super great. We'll give up their whole. The ones made someone's backyard Matry. Yeah, and I totally feel like I haven't been on that drug, but I like get it like you just wanna get higher physically Sabrina. We gotta take a break. We do..
"shoplifting" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?
"So then I realized after touring for like a year, I was like, I really only have ten minutes material. That's good. So then I spent a lot of time in LA doing five minutes, good material, five minutes of like, will this work in that order? No. Yeah. Pat Pat. It. Up top that are solid five that are shit two and a half that are salad. And then like looking back and record recorded every set. So like every set? Yeah. Oh, my God, good. Every show listened to every set and then be like, what worked? What didn't work also like a improvise Lynn. Sometimes I improvise like new Newtown, maybe like, okay, that works. Do it again. It'd be like that was just like in the moment, bring it back again like a month later. Like, oh, no, it does work it the way I see it up is a very convoluted roundabout ways takes a long time. Yeah. Well, I think everybody does it in different ways, but it's kind of I think, I guess similarly, it's like, yeah, you have the stuff that works and then you try the stuff that does or doesn't, and then hopefully that works pile gets bigger. Yeah. I remember when I was first getting booked for like half hours. I also was like, I don't have it. And my trick was to record on a cassette tape. My like inner monologue, and I would do ten minutes of like an inner monologue. So I didn't have to memorize it, but then not. Everybody had a cassette tape. I love it was on a cassette. I started in the sixties. I started when I was in doing stand up when you're sixteen. That's wild. How did you know that that's what you wanted to do just like was going to comedy shows and sitting in the front so that I could get attention. And then I was on the stage. Perfect. So I went to an amateur night and then yeah. Then like from the first time I did it, I was like, oh, this is what I want to be doing. That's I love that. I remember in high school, the first performed in front of audience. Yeah, doing a comedic poem. We're doing stand up what you were doing stand. It was doing to play. Okay, I got it. You weren't doing Stanton, let me correct you. You were doing stand up and I was like. I has jokes. I was picturing what I was doing because I was doing semblance doing like a little chat. You're doing a play, but that I laugh I got. I was like, oh, I wanna feel this for the rest of my life. I want people to laugh in feel for the rest of my life. You're fifteen. You do a good job of mixing poignant stuff with very funny stuff. Did you. What is that like? I don't know how much in. No, I just like a complimentary take it and I'll keep it going by saying it was so much fun to tape. It. And I always, I feel like in my standup journey, like when I started. Sixteen it was like the year of nine eleven. And it was or it was January after it was two thousand two. And it was like this weird time. My dad is Pakistani and my whole family on that side is Muslim. So is very strange time because I'm half Swiss. So I don't look Pakistani and people were like saying weird shit, and it was it kind of informed what the material I was doing was very racial and vary. A lot of impressions of my dad and it was in that time. It was true to me. It was what I wanted to be talking about on stage. But at the same time it's like, I think that the journey as a comic is a lot like your journey in terms of coming out and being yourself, it's just like getting closer and closer to who it is you actually are in talking about the things that you actually care to talk about. And I feel like I was, yeah, I feel like happy that the fifteen came around when it did because I. I, my wife was super pregnant. We were moving. I was writing on a show at the time and fifteen minutes was like the perfect amount of time. To do stuff that I actually cared about and not have to like Pat it with with. Yeah, you moved. I moved, yeah. Did you buy another house? I did. What do you..
"shoplifting" Discussed on RadioLab
"Serve you shoot me because you think i have a gun i had best have a gun and if i don't have a gun you're asked going to jail because you were wrong i don't care if you're really thought so i don't care if i was tell you had a gun if i if you are not right in fact than you have to go to jail i think that is that that would be a standard that will allow us to prosecute these police officers but then a police prisons gonna disconnect argue that like you don't understand the pressures that are under it's a splitsecond decision monday morning quarterback arron if you do what you just said we're not compelled to our jobs and i would say you police officer on sick of you i would say screw you you have had your chance you've had your chance to police my community without murdering us and you have failed for three hundred years enough that's what i would say that more people might get hurt if i wasn't i'm willing to risk that i'm willing to try it that way then i read rather i'd rather ten a legal shoplifting people go free then one illegal shoplifting person gets sought in the street like an animal counter if you wanna talk about changing the standards that is a standard change that could help now that is as ellie said radical in probably not realistic given that most americans according to polls respect the police have confidence in the please perceived police to be in the enforcers of the law by it there are other ideas out there that are starting to bubble up and if what's constraining us if what's keeping us stuck where we are are the words of graham then what offers us a way out could actually also be hiding in there what do you mean okc knowhow um chief justice ringquist when he wrote the decision any nine he put in a all these phrases that took the idea of a reasonable officer and and constrained eight zero.
"shoplifting" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Well smacked on some rain at sea he's got we have handy in the studio and i mean shitty kanye star bersin big bags of her she things allman joy i said it should he can notes which really good i am i ever hershey bar in my mouth right now when way say this i can't every day every time into a podcast now and it's knocked it for me will twice a week you're right i think i'll be returning i'll have each one that'll candy what are you guys do some man current event sounds good first one as langile ball is arrested in china for shoplifting i don't know anything lindsay dealing so he's from the big ball or family on why are they threedigit raimondo's is to brothers no soup all was his two teammates so this just came out let's see what this is for you traveling in china just shoplifting okay is he he's already at university of ucla know all the brothers have scholarships is as yet formula's angeles ucla is cooperating with the aflao annuity storm what the fuck you don't stealing when in china there's lonzo ball is there yes so men hell that enlargement why where there's a little thin on times oh sorry destroyed who'll poor shoplifting shaba this story with laws or ball i mean this is just weird hasbro's not playing grade either the rumors he soft in the league and stuff like that so you know they have their own reality show overtly does.