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California Has a Lot of Recall Attempts, and Not Just for Governors
"The city of los angeles alone. There are currently three efforts underway right now to recall members of the los angeles city council and the tone of the l. a. times here is telling quote another day another recall notice in the city of los angeles. You need a grand total of five voters to get together to begin the process of calling for a recall for los angeles official five voters. Literally you can start a recall with the number of people you can fit in your camry and it's not just lay across the state of california. There are more than seventy elected officials who are facing the threat of recall just this year. Because that's how they do it in california california asked for recalls all the time you can mount a recall campaign against any statewide elected official for any reason at all if you can achieve the grand results of collecting signatures from just twelve percent of people. Who voted in the last election for that seat. Not twelve percent of registered voters but twelve percent of the number of people who voted in the last election for that seat specifically. That's all you need to be able to get that. Statewide elected official. Put up for recall as low bars. Go this is kind of so low. It just sits there on the floor and invites you to walk on it. And so every governor in california for the past sixty years as faced at one attempt to recall them And you will of course recalled the successful two thousand and three recall of democrat. California governor gray davis. That's how we ended up. Bizarrely with governor arnold schwarzenegger for a hot but now the republicans are trying again with this. Recall attempt that they are mounting against democratic governor gavin. Newsom the polls close tomorrow tonight Excuse me close tomorrow night at eight. Pm pacific time
Will You Step up for Those Who Don't Want to Get Vaccinated?
"And for the people that have been vaccinated out there maybe willingly. Are you going to start to step up and fight for the people that don't want to get vaccinated. You know what i have found is so many conservatives that have been vaccinated there silent on this issue they really don't care and it goes to show that the circle of tyranny gets smaller and smaller and we saw this exact same thing happened with the tech companies. The exact same thing the same thing with tech companies when so many conservatives are like who cares if alex jones gets gets kicked off of apple and twitter and facebook and youtube. It's not me. Alex is alex and we don't like alice and that's that was the wrong way to go about it. That's the last type strategy and eat me last. Conservatives have been governing this country for the last sixty years
Devastating Wildfires Advancing Through Northern California
"California wildfires that already incinerated to Sierra Nevada communities continue tearing through the state burning another town to the ground the colder fire which began Saturday ravaged grizzly flats the forest community of around twelve hundred people I'm nearly sixty years old by a whole house full of beautiful things that's Terrick shaves who evacuated to the outskirts of town we are watching orange and gray skies and watching our words are down to burn to the ground he returned Tuesday to see what was left I have been my drug use what I own what's left of his home in the tight knit community he calls home breaks his heart lied physically saw my home which is a pile of ash which is on an acre property and a thirteen sixty but on it's it's well ash everybody on my block is a pile of ash the scene repeated from street to street in grizzly flats a post office in elementary school also destroyed I'm Julie Walker
Remembering Climate Change, a Message From the Year 2071
"Twenty two thousand. As we're a crux in human history they began with the first pandemic a slap to the face of everyone as they had to acknowledge that they were a single civilization on a single biosphere utterly dependent on science to keep them alive. Civilization is a fragile thing and although people started the twenties hoping to ignore that profound truth even after the first pandemic the great heat waves of twenty twenty three torched any such hope humans cannot survive combinations of high heat and high humidity that rise above an index temperature called wet bulb thirty five and that year the wet bulb thirty six events in india in southeast asia and in the american midwest killed so many more people than the first pandemic that it was made clear to everyone things simply had to change the arrival of the second pandemic put an exclamation mark on all that the question that desperate point was could things change could humanity stop it's destructive ways and restore balance to its relationship to its biosphere crucially. Could it lower the global average temperature of the earth in time to avoid killing millions more people more animals and indeed entire species looking back from our perspective sixty years later this of course looks possible because they did but it was by no means a sure thing you have to imagine what it felt like at the time when panic filled the air and no one could be sure. Success was even physically possible many declared that humanity was doomed. This is why that decade gets called the turbulent twenties or the terrifying twenties only much later did some historians began to call it the terrific twenties or even the roaring twenties although that's a historians joke and as usual a bad one it was not at all like the roaring twenties of a century before it was much stranger than that in these critical years lessons learned in the first pandemic put to use. The scientific community had rallied to meet that crisis in an unprecedented way. Unleashing a burst of cooperation and creativity never seen before and now they did it again.
Edafe Okporo: Seeking Asylum in the U.S.
"Law that passed into doesn't fourteen in nigeria. That made same sex relationships illegal. I want definitely get to that but before while you were growing up. But was the general feeling attitude toward gay people. generally jerry's predominantly pit rocky so like men. I supposed to be man. We met a supposed to steer to them. Just like united st sixty years ago but the was put that was done by amnesty international into sanity that shows their ninety. Eight percent of nigerians believed that gay people added costs of the country problem but green up really really young. I was kind of a firm units but because of the kind of violence. I is key that people. Why do you like that. You should play soccer things like that made me kind of change. Our ib to become on the airstream rights to be very very much. And i grew up in a predominantly christina varmints and the christian religion. Don't believe that's should be like if you're gay you are possessed by demonic spirits or something like that says really long way for me to fight true or this kind of towards and really say that i am gay is hard to grow in such kind of cities and things that you're gay while so. When did you start to feel comfortable telling people so people were in closets all his know that it is hard to come out of your closet. It is very difficult. I forward myself almost three years. I did a go. I joined charged seminary. I became a political surpassed like augustine's. You're like i knew him key but i just don't want to believe our gay but one the i was reading on the internet is a quote from make that dr bernard out we give our oppressors biden align ourselves to be ourselves so i ran out undefeated on a was seen to myself. Am i really key things like that. So one day. I went on the internet and i discovered a gated uppercut manager is football in like our earned some parts of africa by the. What's it called. Menachem man jam. Gotcha i emit a guy who to me. If you have feelings florida guys. you'll be. And as i said only g.
On a Date With Reverend Jesse and Jacqueline Jackson
"It was a bitter cold november morning. When we got to the airport we were heading out to chicago. My old stomping grounds to visit reverend. Jesse jackson and jacqueline jackson not only are these two civil rights icons his work with martin luther king her lifelong activism. But they've been married throughout all yearly sixty years. I was really looking forward to it only problem. Our flight from new york was severely delayed and we were five hours late for our date. It was awful. I really hate being late for anything but even though it was already evening by the time we landed. They said come on over anyway. I've known them for decades and that's the kind of generous people. They are The children well. They all still talk to me. That's a good side. Jesse was diagnosed with parkinson's disease several years ago but despite his condition his spirits were lively and jackie. She's always full of life. As we settled in jesse began to recall their early days in college. She was a into modern dance and she had been librar- and beautiful begun. Measure parents versus freaked on her bills. A-plus all the time though the pluses so you beginning you say wait. What would values you share. The foundation was marriages. Don't last long as they have. No the norwich told free. Russa's deep is larussa foundation when the wind blows can't take it as i see what roles without roots. It cannot grow right over. How lucky you were to find. Jackie i mean other women would have run out the door because you were never home. I love you. I was lucky. I told him because he was going and going and going and then he wouldn't inform me. I went to him. And i said reverend. You're supposed to make me abbey. And i was. I mean because i really felt a man is supposed to make you happy. That's his
What Is the U.S. Doing to Help Cuba?
"Get to it with our first topic. Which is actually about the historic protests in cuba where thousands of people took to the streets all across the country amid an economic crisis in food shortages exacerbated by the corona virus pandemic. In the last few days we've seen the government in cuba restrict internet access and block most social media sites. Although from what i read. Twitter is still like bobbin in cuba because the government uses twitter and also there were reports of over one hundred people who have been arrested or missing and that actually is. According to amnesty international and at least one person has died in clashes with police on wednesday. The president of cuba miguel diaz canal announce that they would lift restrictions to allow travelers to bring food and medicine into cuba from abroad. There is also an admission by him saying that his government could have done better with these protests that was interesting meanwhile back in the united states i feel like a comic book like meanwhile back at the white house on thursday president joe biden call. Cuba quote failed state and condemn their government's actions. We also know that the us has a role in this as there has been a decades old. I mean more than sixty years trade embargo by the united states against cuba which essentially prevents any business between the countries didn't back to nineteen sixty two k. So this has become an american tradition. Now the embargo just what it is. Yeah right you know what i'm saying. So but then the other thing is during the trump administration and this is what i find interesting. There were more sanctions put on cuba under trump and flight and remittances from family members in the us to cuba were even further restricted by the bynum ministrations. Pretty much has done. Nothing since biden has come into office. Nothing's really changed when it comes to cuba which you would think by now you know if we all remember obama he was like. Let's lift the embargo. You know what i mean. It was like you're in that administration. Joe right but according to the vitamin administration. They said that they are reviewing these policies but they've yet to reverse. Any of them are fabulous intern. Sarah her shandor spoke with an i guests. She has been on. Itt before seventy nine three goes who is a correspondent for political and somebody is of cuban-american descent and she has been reporting on cuba. This week and sabrina talked about the government's suppressive tactics like cutting internet access. And what cubans are hoping for so. Let's listen connecting for people has been a difficult. There's friends that. I haven't heard from in days that i know went out for the protests in there is that frustration anxiety about were. They beat in where they arrested. Are they missing an. It's hard to connect with people at this moment but a lot of people feel a level of frustration and desperation. That i had not heard before i mean. People have been tired of the dictatorship in cuba. But i will actually say from my perspective. Who was born and raised in cuba has been in exile in the united states for the majority of her life at this point. She's ninety one and she is optimistic. That change can happen. I mean her attitude about this is it can't stay this way forever and that these human rights can be violated forever. People can't be going hungry in dying on the streets from the pandemic without access to a hospital without access to medicine let it cannot continue that way indefinitely so that if it doesn't happen this time it has to happen at some point
She's Up! Bat Girl 60 Years in Making Reaches Yankee Stadium
"Then ten year old Glen Goldman was told by the Yankees are young lady like her would feel out of place in the dugout general manager Brian Cashman got back to seventy year old going gold medical exchange should not deny with the passage of time Goldman had our own locker got to wear a full Yankees uniform per night started with throwing out the first pitch thank you to all the ball I missed the players Goldman is part of the Yankees Daniel hope week standing for helping others preserve in excel never held against them but I never in my wildest dreams ever thought that sixty years later a Brian Cashman would make this become a reality it's hard to say what Goldman loved most about her Yankees experience it took my breath away I'm at Donahue
How Xerox & Some Dalmatians Saved Disney
"The new one hundred and one dull nations villain origin story crew ella seemed to be a real love or hate flick or more like a lukewarm dislike or confused enthusiasm based on reviews with titles like weird but i think i like it whatever the reaction the film seems to have been pretty far from what people were expecting mostly because it has almost nothing to do with the one hundred and one puppies that made guerrilla deville famous but sixty years before this any chaotic punk tinged origin story the world got its first film adaptation of dodie. Smith's nineteen fifty six children's novel the hundred and one donations and despite being positively obsessed with the movie as a toddler. I never knew that the canine cartoon marked a crucial turning points in the history of animation. And one which disney may not have ever made it to the other side of had. The movie not worked out. One hundred and one donations marked walt disney animation studios twenty second full length feature animation having been preceded by classics like snow white. Pinocchio fantasia and peter pan. It began development in the late fifties following the box office bomb of sleeping beauty which took six million dollars to make but only earned back five million sleeping. Beauty used the dominant animation technique of the time that required artists to hand trace drawings on transparent celluloid or sell sheets according to smithsonian magazine reported on this moment in animation history. Disney movies usually have one to two dozen cells per second so in total sleeping. Beauty had almost one million cells. That's one million drawings done and traced by hand a ton of work for a movie that ended up costing the studio a million dollars.
Finding the Last Ship Known to Have Brought Enslaved Africans to America
"Three years ago sunken ship was found. In the bottom of an alabama river turned out to be the long lost wreck. The clue tilda the last ship known to abroad. Captured africans to america in eighteen sixty. At least twelve million africans were shipped to the americas in the more than three hundred and fifty years the transatlantic slave trade but as we first reported in november the journey of the hundred ten captive men women and children brought to alabama on. The clotilde is one of the best documented slave voyages in history. The names of those enslaved africans and their story has been passed down through the generations by their descendants. Some of whom still live just a few miles from where the ship was found in a community called africa town for one hundred sixty years. This muddy stretch. The mobile river has covered up crime in july eighteen sixty. The clotilde was towed here on of darkness imprisoned in. Its cramped cargo. Hold one hundred and ten enslaved africans as it's amazing myself ban on his show to the ways and award is just not knowing where you were going joycelyn davis lorna gale woods and thomas griffin are direct descendants of this african man. Lua enslaved in alabama. His owner changed his name to charlie lewis. This image is from around nineteen hundred poli allen. Who's african name was ca- poli seen in this hundred year. Old sketch was the ancestor of jeremy. Ellis and darren patterson no close eating where they differentiated only allowed avocado whole for one day a week for two months. How many people do do we know. Now that could've survived something like that without losing their mind there or no photographs of pat. Frazier's great-great-grandmother laudi denison but capriccio wallis in her mother. Cassandra have a surprising number of pictures of their ancestor zula. Whose owner called him cut. Joe louis
"sixty year" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast
"He wanted to deal with those facts in a very different way than president kennedy or president johnson. Obviously but they were living in the same universe. it didn't occur to ronald reagan To have to for barry goldwater to claim that the nineteen sixty four election was stolen right so there was a sense that the constitution for all its imperfections provided the rules of the road. The pick your metaphor the buoy of our lives the guardrails whatever it is and that politics was a mediation of differences. Not an apocalyptic struggle. What is the title of the series main fate of fact. Well facts was a relevant and controlling force for american politics with some exceptions Until really the last five or six years and my argument is that donald trump was the match that hit a garage floor. That had a lot of gasoline spilled on it. There's always a paranoid style. There's always a fringe. There's always an extreme. In american life. The john birch society the That was the cunanan of the of of the cold war. There's always Some extreme that in richard hoffstetter as paranoid believes the country is in the hands of unseen forces that are penalizing and trying to dominate. What is so striking today. And i would not have argued this five years ago So i try to. I don't always practice what i preach but i do. I in this case. It's always better to hear a sermon from the center than a saint isn't it which is good given the relative proportion of those in the world. Exactly you know. I thought trump was in twenty fifteen twenty sixteen even into seventeen eighteen. I argued quite vociferously that this was a difference of degree. Not kind that. Trump represented a kind of right wing nativist extremist racist nationalistic populism. That was deeply rooted in american history. I still believe that but what is different. And what the evidence of the last five years as shown me particularly after january six. Is that the republican party. Not just the right wing. Not just the extremes. But a major political party the party of eisenhower and nixon and reagan and ford and the bushes. And i suspect a lot of your listeners. Think that all those people were were terrible but can be in a comparative sense. They were not They believed in the mediation of differences. What has changed is that sixty percent of one of the two major governing parties in the united states believes ally a self evident law. Not even a very close call of live which is which is the stolen election. And so what i wanted to do. So that's just the death of fact right so that the fate of facts a what. What was it what led not there to be an extreme at work in the american politics. There's always that extreme at work in american politics of but what what made the center part of that party loses. Its mind and so as i was thinking about it. And this podcast. What we're talking about is simply my opinion So take it or leave. It is that there has been a building frustration among conservatives among those who believe that the marketplace except when it helps them should take primacy over the state Those who held basic republican views..
"sixty year" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast
"Podcast from wnyc studios. It's wednesday may twenty six history classes and session with none other than the claimed historian and journalist. Jon meacham formally editor in chief of newsweek seen frequently on msnbc during the trump years as many of you know and through today and now the host of a five episode podcast series called fate of fact. The final episode just came out this morning. John describes the series as being about the origins of the strong grip misinformation and disinformation have on our politics with an emphasis on why the right has chosen to break with the governing consensus that however imperfect was once embodied by what he calls the figurative conversation between franklin roosevelt and ronald reagan. In fact before we even start talking to jon meacham here are two clips from the first episode of fate of fact this is president john f. kennedy from when he was in office early nineteen sixties governing optimism and what is in our control. Our problems are manmade therefore they can be solved by man and man can be as big as he wants no problem. Human destiny is beyond human beings man's region and spirit have often solved the seemingly unsolvable and we believe they can do it again. Kennedy invoking reason and spirit and of course he was assassinated in nineteen sixty three after which his vice president lyndon johnson won election in a landslide in nineteen sixty four and proposed an array of social programs aimed at reducing poverty that he named the great society. Here's lbj you have the chance. Never before forty two people in any age you can help build a society. What are the demands of morality and the needs of the spirit can be realized in the life of the nation. And with that we welcome jon. Meacham host of the five part podcast series called fate of fact johnson. Always great when you're on welcome to wnyc. Thanks so much one. Put those jfk and lbj clips and context and tell us why you included them. Sure you know. There's always a danger in arguing that there was a golden age You know there was never a once upon a time in american history there will never be a happily ever after it completely but there was this moment at the end in the wake of world war. Two where kennedy and johnson. And yes ronald reagan believe that there was this consensus in the country that the country that had won the second world war that was at least on the kennedy johnson side. That was attempting to Expand the the definition and application of of human liberty that there was this idea that we could in fact that in the phrase of theater parker we could bend the arc of the moral universe toward justice and that may sound homily but as you just played. It actually was a deeply held view and when ronald reagan in nineteen sixty four gave his great speech for barry goldwater that really launched reagan's political career. It is an impenetrable Speech in some parts because he's so devoted to statistics to facts..
Checking In with Tamika D. Mallory
"Hey everybody thank you so much for checking in. Today's podcast is going to be absolutely powerful. Make sure you check on your strong friends. Because they hurt. They need support with everything going on in the world. Your mental health matters. My book is already out. It's caught checking in in. It gives you the tools you need to put your mental health. I it gives you some cool pillars the three pillars checking in with yourself checking in with others and checking in with god and i'm so honored to check in with today's guest. She's a nationally recognized. Social justice leaders civil rights activists public speaker co founder of until freedom and author of bestselling book state of emergency. How we win. In the country we built without further ado. Please welcome the incredible to make a mallory to the checking in podcast. Oh my god. I am totally fan. Gerwin i'm on your with one of my favorites entertainers and not just entertainers were really a spiritual leader michelle. I appreciate you so much for having me on today. Listen i just wanna tell you that. I appreciate you. I was thinking of when we looked at leaders. You think of martin luther king. I don't know why kids think they were fifty or sixty years old. I look at your youth in. It's like no. They were starting young to you. Started so young. Actually you were a teenager when you started As far as what we would call. Someone is being an activist now. I know so. Many people focus on that that part of you but i want to focus on you thinking. We are grateful for the work that you do with until freedom. But i know that sometimes you can be so strong but a lot of it. Commotion lee spiritually has to take a toll on you at moments. Sure it's taxing. you know. I deal with trauma every day. I deal with the trauma. Those who reach out to me l. In support for the family and i deal with trauma of just watching video at the video that people send me fine to inform me up different incidents that have happened. We deal with the trauma of the you know not guilty. Verdicts the loss if you will win fighting these cases in win really hoping that they will change We deal with the trauma of elected officials. Who are supposed to represent us. Not doing enough to enough to stand by. The community is trauma everywhere. And then you have your own personal trauma which is something. None of us can get away from
Bob Dylan Celebrates 80th Birthday
"Robert allen zimmerman was born may twenty fourth. Nineteen one who you might ask in college. Zimmerman adopted a stage. Name bob dylan. He celebrates his eightieth birthday. Today brand is blowing in the way. In addition to musical chops the minnesota dylan became an artist writer producer and nobel prize laureate. He dropped out of college and moved to the big apple where his lyrical skill began to shine. He wrote blowing in the wind in just ten minutes and his song showed a deep complexity that caused the new york folks team to turn its gaze to the up and coming songwriter he told. Cbs is sixty minutes in two thousand and four that his creativity came from a wellspring surprised. Even him tro this there's a magic to that and it's not Siegfried and roy magic. You know it's a different kind of penetrating magic near fatal motorcycle. Accident in nineteen sixty six led to a long recovery the night shift in his music from folk to rock dylan reinvented himself over the years musically and religiously he grew up jewish then profess to conversion to evangelical christianity and nineteen seventy-nine. Then back to judaism again over the course of his sixty year career. He's been named many halls of fame and received many awards including a presidential medal of freedom. Tin grammys a golden globe and an academy award
Marv Albert, Hall of Fame NBA Sportscaster, Is Retiring
"A veteran sports broadcaster is hanging up his Mike the play by play guy best known for his emphatic call yes when someone sent the basket is saying no to continuing his career Marv Albert is retiring he'll end his tenure as a broadcaster after calling the NBA's Eastern Conference finals when the final buzzer for that series sounds will mark the end of a streak that spans nearly sixty years a big chunk of it covering basketball he first rose to prominence calling games with the New York Knicks and New York Rangers anybody's talents to the national stage with NBC and Turner he also is called eight super bowls and eight Stanley Cup Finals Albertus eighty he says he'll use his time after retirement to work on his gardening and his ballroom dancing I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
60 Years Since 1st American in Space: Tourists Lining Up
"I'm Julie Walker sixty years after Alan Shepard became the first American in space every day people are on the verge of following in his cosmic footsteps remember to start on may fifth nineteen sixty one shepherd rocketed from Cape Canaveral what a beautiful do Jeff Bezos is blue origin company is opening ticket sales today for short hops for Texas launched by a rocket named new Shepard Richard Branson's virgin galactic aims to kick off the tourist flights next year we welcome you back to planet earth and thanks for flying SpaceX for those of you enrolled in our frequent flyer program you have earned sixty eight million miles on this that's a lot of frequent flyer miles and that's how the latest group astronauts were greeted by now so when they return to work Sunday you love musk's SpaceX will use the same capsule to launch a billionaire in September along with a pair of contest winners and a hospital worker I'm Julie Walker
"sixty year" Discussed on Higher Journeys with Alexis Brooks
"Are these factions still up to their old tricks or are they relenting. Finally you'd think with what's happening. We're talking about you know. I just noted two articles one Cbs online article headline pentagon confirms authenticity. A video showing an identified flying objects at al. Not the i heard of it but we news new york times article headline this is something a little bit different. But it's still coming from the same source. They are not alone. Ufo reports surged in the pandemic. And if i can. I'm gonna put up a visual for both of those articles steak and check it out in the link The provisions that was tucked into the last covid nineteen stimulus. Bill to let An unclassified report come down Mandated in one hundred and eighty days. Were now looking at june. I heard there's been some pushback on that. What's happening here. All relative to what you just said kathleen. Well i think that the government just has finally decided that the majority of americans believe that this is real probably millions of people have had sightings thousands or hundreds of thousands have reported them over the years. And it's it's time. I think two four slow disclosure and i think that the reason for this is that Louis alesando who ran the tip program went public and he had ghosts three videos the tic tac and began ole another one and the navy pilots came forward highly trained many many hours of flying years as Navy officers credible incredibly intelligent credible people are making statements. And it's coming more mainstream than from the ufo community. Absolutely you know. The ufo community was attack by people like philip class and edward condom not the science mainstream scientific community or military community. And so. I think that that difference is probably the reason that it is being taken more seriously and i think that they know now that this is not a threat. But i'm afraid they're going to play it as a threat so two different things If i can go back in history again in july of nineteen fifty two major general. John a samford Called the largest press conference since the end of world war two and this was after so many people saw folks over washington. Dc they were on radar Airforce planes were scrambled to chase them and john. Sanford began the press conference by saying these things have been seen in the sky dating back to biblical times. They generally come back about once every hundred years and then they leave again but in the twentieth century they came back and they haven't left and he said that the air force was looking at that very closely. They were not going to be frantic about it but they were going to do a scientific investigation and this has been going on a long time. The public has known about this but.
President Biden Recognizes Massacre of Armenians as Genocide
"Talking about international reaction from From around the world has specifically from from turkey about prisoner biden statement earlier today the hundred six anniversary in what's known as genocide day. The president said quote each year on this day. We remember the lives of all those who died in the ottoman era armenian genocide and recommit ourselves to preventing such an atrocity from ever occurring again beginning on april twenty four nine hundred fifteen with the arrest of armenian intellectuals and community leaders in constantinople by ottoman authorities. One million armenians were deported massacred remarks to their deaths campaign to extermination than he. He goes on important thing. Is he says armenian genocide and the turks almost immediately. The turkish foreign ministry almost immediately reacted. The president actually had a phone call with president earlier. This week. I don't recall the readout of it. But the g word wasn't in there and it really has gotten to the point for the turks. The are the last people in the room stomping around and that it. It really doesn't matter what they do. They're not the reason we tread softly for the last sixty years with. Because turkey was a key cornerstone there in the balkans in nato. We pre position nuclear weapons on on turkey. We had our first generation of ballistic missile nuclear nuclear missiles in turkey at the time the cuban missile crisis. They were key and they were they were key goud right up until the dissolving of the soviet union and then we. We've seen this rise in turkish nationalism. And here's sort of the problem. Is that the. Turks are fiercely fiercely fiercely proud of their own history and they're turkishness but but denying that. This actually was a campaign that the turks portrays ono no no. It was a civil war. And you know things happen. It was
"sixty year" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous
"Things. I have seen on weakness but we can still see my that. You'll see all the governments in make mcnary marriages these these and then somebody from operative calm like an acronym person who can actually invest in the economy. Sunday only kanzi went down goo goo goes that fighters komo then takes on it's man Who can then make you wouldn't ask for you now. You must be the pagliuca. i digress. Which every time. I talk to you talking to but i guess at sixty i guess the only next thing for me to ask you is where do you. Are you up to missing about certain things and then what are those things you feel like until we address these issues. We're probably going to be stagnant one thing. A friend said to me recently. Which i really really related to a lot of us. Think you cannot stay on that develops forever like some people. Have this idea that like one day. One the beat and he was just like no as continents. Actually we could forever be broken and destroyed right. Don't think it's not going to get better. That's just like you can really coast as we sell mark. I don't if it's a celebration but as we mark sixty sixty th independence anniversary for sierra leone And we're looking for the next ten years until the next the seventieth whatever the future are you optimistic for what where we're headed. And what are the things. I hope you're optimistic mystique. So if you're not missing please be optimistic about it. I know you're optimistic. If i still optimism what are the things that you see here that makes you feel like you know. I spent my entire life dedicated to building community for sierra leone and working for sierra leone and building uk sierra leone relations. But here are the things that i'm seeing right now. That makes me hopeful for you. Know sierra leone in the next ten years. I mean to me there's also little things and one of these drove friend just the other day that unless somebody brings all these little things together to tell people about what they are there. Were not aware you know this friend of mine. Who's she's a writer. she's a blocked. Since this book published until unions of busy embracing say my quote a you might know about you. Know art in all seriousness. We sent a bus when we saw that people start sharing details outage online telling deep. Will you know if you have children book. It's a positive or console. And then you had things like slap fest certain contra festival which takes place in an annual. You and i and really give me a buzz about that. Is that not only were these young men and some of who what started in quotes because actually born in the uk parents were severed and they were going back to sheridan some of them who do not speak creole unlearn grill. Because they know that that's the lingua franca insurer leona. They wanted to be able to fit in. Some of them are actually going back to go and try and live there and they're trying to stop businesses on when you look at the talent that we within the group of those people for example organized that then there are positives. Look at free. John itself the male yvonne. Aki soya everytime she gets an accolade or a people. Embrace it in celebrates use it here in the gambia to shame them to say you know some of the things you should be doing seriously You know so. The thing is because all these things. This is not a kind of umbrella where all of these things celebrated and people are not aware of h. And so i would say to the people who do slack fist. I said that should be part of your job. I can help in whatever. Where can i can help with both historical and and you know in person. It's not like i'm kind of gathering dust somewhere. I always have an interest about things that are happening. That's good and positive. Because i think those are things that inspire people to actually say. Yes we can achieve. There's a lot that you and i know if you allow it the kind of depressing stuff. The data being beaten down by it but we can't allow what we should do is not ignore apps but at the same time when their stuff to celebrate. Like your book slack. Fist like yvonne getting nominations instead of those things and we should let people know that you know ceremonies in just in here in the gambia of people. Have this notion. That ceremony was once this great country. Education system should use things that are happening now to inspire those in the presidential future. Until i keep saying to them make a note to hold not hear an.
"sixty year" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous
"Syria one of the ones that i wanted to use. We tell that story because otherwise people just get the short version of africa an it. What struck lucky when in my career was. When i was looking at the i two jobs i also worked at the company s office and i joined the cabinet office a month after tony blair became prime minister and of course he was very much a somewhat supportive of syria. So the great things that has to happen in the general sierra leone in general is like what you were doing these about what you were doing was kind of like destroying the myth of british exceptionalism right to totally at You know oftentimes on lots of times. Believe in their exceptionalism. It is america's agnes socialism. Where he thinks that like oh. We're just great at everything. And you know the whitewash their own history and their own stories in their narratives and they're always the good guys right. they're always on the side of and i think in turn when we're talking about Independence and sierra leone independence. A key part of that is that as individuals country you. I have to destroy the notion ideas or any preconceived about the exceptionalism of the british empire about k. of british people in general. Just definitely down conversation from a place. Acknowledge that we are first of all equals. That's the one thing and there's nothing the powers that be neocolonial powers of this world doer. there's no they don't engage with us because the like they want to help us develop. There's no such thing that concept does every time you see people like that's in your area it is because they have vested interests and those vested interests are oftentimes to preserve certain powers and certain powers over us. So i just wanted to say that because this is about independence week on sierra leone at sixty that we have to keep having the conversation not just about That's not just about celebrating independence also about being anti neocolonial so that those people who come on the promises of helping us developed with their development agenda. Don't take us back without us being aware that really Neocolonial forces trying to still have control over us Control of our resources or influence on the political dynamics in our country neocolonial modern forces and rejecting them that pretend to be aligned with us for our own good but in actuality are there because they have vested interests in light of the fact that is this is the independence edition of our show. And you being a you're british civil servant for jersey. Tell people work experts. How the anti helping help you really does to continue the agenda of the next story about two hundred percent true. And they're right. I spoke to him before this call. And he's like my godfather he actually called to say he loves to drop off his new book on protocols. I online where you can ask him about. What about to tell you next. I was at the cabinet office at tj novalis from by joining four and the british establishment. Away works was that as a deposed prime minister he couldn't be received officially support to on so on a particular day. Soulet court me Hughes previously high commission. Here the bill. You probably know he called me Exactly yeah. He called me and said john was in london. She was aware of the protocol regarding the fight that he was decrease on that he couldn't fight. It was there a way that he could be invited to number ten and believe it or not the last phone call. I had had before the one from suruga was with the diary secretary at number ten sixteen. An appointment for johnny and so i said look i said all i have to do is press. Dial i can speak to them and see what they can do. And so said yeah. Please do so. I've called them straightaway and invited gaba because they had like fifteen minutes slaughter coming tuesday and he posed for some pictures which he always used right to the end of these days but the weird thing was there was a reception for him. organized by ten downing. Street's shouldn't be the and so on. And so also richie civil servants who worked in sierra leone up to the one thousand nine hundred five up to independence with these people who in sarajevo people held in very high regard ought about it was they were will bragging about how because of their white skin when they were in sarajevo. Walk out of the country with pockets stuffed with diamonds. Nobody because they were white. Nobody who desktop monday. Tony was running. Actually they didn't know. I will surrogate the just you that i worked at the office and so they're attended these jokes and when he got too much from the indian had to say to look at the sierra leone. I don't find this funny at all because you know nowadays. Yeah i said you know. Nowadays we talk about corrupt leaders and corrupt people in authority. And you now bragging. What they said was that they used to do was that they will give the travelling. They're quite happily give the damage to their wives. And that's one of them said to laughter. He said to nobody would stop a white woman in us to search her back when she was leaving the country. There's only larry's and of course these men or grew wealthy. And so you know these people who offensively still had this really good reputation good civil servants but corrupt.
"sixty year" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous
"The eastern sierra leone to the united kingdom because there were people there we decided was not speak he was no longer going to speak on behalf of the country of sierra leone. That's you who is not in government who got You mistakes on Thinner and you know the funny thing was the reason he did. It was because he feels safe he could succeed. They will keep our on us high commissioner. So do on any team. Bad against johnny boorda seriously. Yeah so i ended up on record. I ended up hosting the press conference taking all the questions. It was embarrassing because the gun. High commission os their. The nigerian high commission was to lend support. They spoke a and yet to on high commissioner. Who's high commissioner. Prenton insists premesis famous. Taking base did not speak on that. Stand that so eh. Jerry add by commissioners when spoke at our embassy to talk to the solidirity in sierra leone but the sierra leone high commission now is he dead by the way he's also yes but i can name. Anybody wants to this three rights. I do think it's important in name as it is history of facts right so it's not about like not it's the truth. I the thing is like lack of each trio schism rights. Like how how. It's accents pictures. Richardson did not exist in the hall for listening to you did an individual survivor. Like you know. Let me play my cards right. So that like by not speaking by not doing my job. I wanna make sure that you know. I'm i can keep my job likes seriously. Oh the press. The british press who were there. They were completely perplexed. Because you know the nigerians came out and said we ought to be condemned. The finance came out and said we utterly condemn this data. And i can tell you die commission. He didn't even so much as welcome to the high commission. Said a word the facts. I'm not date of says without leave. Yeah i mean in bizarre out. So it's like a one hour. Press conference updated bieber on based on what i knew to questions based on ended up thanking everybody for company whose it so but what the thing also did for me was that when people were coming over to london a ticket to london from sheridan because of the turmoil in sarajevo. I became aware of the fact that a lot of them in terms of schooling. It will miles behind british children of the same age and so i started hosting three lessons in my house of children are. We've been feeding at no at my own expense. And i could tell you this a six years ago. When i was one of those young children ran up to me in brixton market. And hug me and said she's now a doctor and i couldn't believe it chew stacking for the lessons. That honestly made my day just to see that she sort of grown to those stat tra- under many that sort of through might also be able to keep in touch with the country through their parents. Enter them just. I've always wanted to be historian. Who because people's experiences saw them about what they remember growing up concern. Certain always tried to tell them to forget because a lot of them once they got into england they sort of started pretending they were british and because of the experiences they won't take nothing was time when i was in sierra leone on may twenty seven hundred ninety seven i have just moved back bless than opium because i was really homesick there and my mom was just like fine go back and i had enrolled in school and i was right and then the coup happened and it wasn't unsold realized that i had actually long outs that i don't remember in china too. I think as a twelve year old. Charles use my brain has like erased so much of that particular year in sierra leone. That's what she needs. That's that's what human beings and for many years. I was always. I wasn't empathetic to people's trauma and they didn't realize how being traumatized as a child. Yes that one of the coping mechanism is you want to leave all of its great so there is general who are who left during the war and completely said like blocked out sierra leone completely assimilated really really well as a coping mechanism but on the outside when you look at them and like the accent affectation really trying. Can you carry you as you think that they just are not proud. And that's all you see but you never about these. People are responding trauma and.
"sixty year" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous
"Kind of miss. I would organize things on independence. Day open is conferences at places like chen house. When discuss things that were led to the development of the country and all of a sudden to close friends and relatives. I will say to them. Look i don't think is of what you might think. I don't think i can go and lift them. I don't know killing somebody after a week. Just out of frustration anger but you know the the win thing was when i was at the bbc. In spite of what about syria. I was actually having a fight with my bbc weddings. Many of them who worked in the Even the africa section were white and unfortunately Then probably still now. They've only fighting it but they had a culture of what they showed about. Africa was the negatives on so for the british public that ended up being perception of what africa was about. And i didn't want to buy into that opie of that. And so i would regularly have fights and arguments about twenty different story spite of how i felt about it because i knew there was another size. Sure it was so yeah that is such as because of the one hand and i think struggle with this because on the one hand you know the arts yes. Things are bad rate. You know that things are bad eight but on the other but also yes. Things are bad in many many ways on so many levels and yes. I'm even like right now. I don't even want to go to that place but at the realization that if that is the only narrative week towel then detail. Nice like when you only tell us then we become caricaturist. Were no longer human because we know that in the middle of a civil war civil strife in the worst kind of late. There's still joy still compassionate. they're still beauty is still all of. You can find art. That makes us all human right. So i think that's always the bureau like yeah. You know like when you're in it's like almost like this field seemed what's you know ali. We angry with anything awful. And you don't see close not advocates. Fiance exco khobar. Like not wanting to air near your during busy. Yes yes that's right. We tell other silent bulls but international toby's Not sell their exactly. That was is like amongst ourselves. We could talk really really kind of explicitly about how bad things were what we didn't the world in that because he knew that already the world was quite content with just spending the negative anyway and so people would say to me. Well you know. If it's so bad why did you going on holiday by childhood memories of my relatives of that you know these close aunties and uncles the people who every time i gotta finding all over the world who built off Brought up and so you know felt very close to them. Hi this is vicky mo from the make. Sierra leone famous podcast. I just wanted to say we really really appreciate all your comments. All your feedbacks. The emails the dm's every other way that you get back in touch with us if you really love this show and you want us to keep making content to make sure leeann famous. Don't forget to leave us a review. Thank you and now mic. We go back to make sierra leone. Famous right now is just gonna ask about now. You're just being mr sierra leone. Mr organized conference mr community like being a municipal building about being community builder while you're in the diaspora during a time. When home need no longer be the you remember or the holy wants to return to how do you. How did you you build community. Like one of the things did. Because i feel like right. Now you've been within the current climate that they're probably even more surliness today than there. Ever was a lot of healing. Big nonce go home but they still want to kind of seized community and also just get to a place where dot engagements can also reach back to sierra leone and make a positive impact. And that's kind of what i know of you so i just want to understand. How did you go about continuing even though your heart was broken and you were about find community building. What kind of activities did you do. And what made it possible. How do you love your your country your home country for some people. Maybe they were born there for something. They'd be naturalized. How did you work with the resources that were available there to continue to build community for sierra leone. I mean funny off. It was easy in a way because of us you know. Every school in syria amazon alumni association. Some way the world every village has a village descendants association somewhere. I would link up with those and so when you know. Anniversaries like the founding of free child or independence day. Something we would organize it. Locking always seemed to how interesting high commissioners who would invite to allow us to use the high commission as a venue for these events because it saves them having to planet themselves. There was one particularly bizarre incidents which was when the johnny paul koroma coup happened. That was not. I was with nine. Ninety seven may twenty fifth of may ninety seven at the bbc at the time. And i had gone to high commission with the world's press and all the west african high commissioners who've had gone there to support desert on high commission on i won't in and around my recorder and the high commissioner who was there refused to speak control and he called me out. He was my father's friend and he said he. Can you come on address. The media ended up giving it was locked in a sense to be.
"sixty year" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous
"That was lady felicia with salone felicia grants to ray aka lady. Felicia has been making music for seventeen years and now mic. We go back to make. Sarah leeann famous so he returned to the uk and do not return. Yeah i think That kind of made up my mind. That i would not combat other than the fact that i had family that visits regularly but i no longer started considering it at somewhere which is kind of strange because in the uk amongst the community. They sold me kind of miss. I would organize things on independence. Day open is conferences at places like chen house. When discuss things that were led to the development of the country and all of a sudden to close friends and relatives. I will say to them. Look i don't think is of what you might think. I don't think i can go and lift them. I don't know killing somebody after a week. Just out of frustration anger but you know the the win thing was when i was at the bbc. In spite of what about syria. I was actually having a fight with my bbc weddings. Many of them who worked in the Even the africa section were white and unfortunately Then probably still now. They've only fighting it but they had a culture of what they showed about. Africa was the negatives on so for the british public that ended up being perception of what africa was about. And i didn't want to buy into that opie of that. And so i would regularly have fights and arguments about twenty different story spite of how i felt about it because i knew there was another size. Sure it was so yeah that is such as because of the one hand and i think struggle with this because on the one hand you know the arts yes. Things are bad rate. You know that things are bad eight but on the other but also yes. Things are bad in many many ways on so many levels and yes. I'm even like right now. I don't even want to go to that place but at the realization that if that is the only narrative week towel then detail. Nice like when you only tell us then we become caricaturist. Were no longer human because we know that in the middle of a civil war civil strife in the worst kind of late. There's still joy still compassionate. they're still beauty is still all of. You can find art. That makes us all human right. So i think that's always the bureau like yeah. You know like when you're in it's like almost like this field seemed what's you know ali. We angry with anything awful. And you don't see close not advocates. Fiance exco khobar. Like not wanting to air near your during busy. Yes yes that's right. We tell other silent bulls but international toby's Not sell their exactly. That was is like amongst ourselves. We could talk really really kind of explicitly about how bad things were what we didn't the world in that because he knew that already the world was quite content with just spending the negative anyway and so people would say to me. Well you know. If it's so bad why did you going on holiday by childhood memories of my relatives of that you know these close aunties and uncles the people who every time i gotta finding all over the world who built off Brought up and so you know felt very close to them. Hi this is vicky mo from the make. Sierra leone famous podcast. I just wanted to say we really really appreciate all your comments. All your feedbacks. The emails the dm's every other way that you get back in touch with us if you really love this show and you want us to keep making content to make sure leeann famous. Don't forget to leave us a review. Thank you and now mic. We go back to make sierra leone. Famous right now is just gonna ask about now. You're just being mr sierra leone. Mr organized conference mr community like being a municipal building about being community builder while you're in the diaspora during a time. When home need no longer be the you remember or the holy wants to return to how do you. How did you you build community. Like one of the things did. Because i feel like right. Now you've been within the current climate that they're probably even more surliness today than there. Ever was a lot of healing. Big nonce go home but they still want to kind of seized community and also just get to a place where dot engagements can also reach back to sierra leone and make a positive impact. And that's kind of what i know of you so i just want to understand. How did you go about continuing even though your heart was broken and you were about.
"sixty year" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous
"Oh how we how we bomb we know we just little man god. We want bill. June and now.
"sixty year" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous
"That was kind of is related. Sort of going back home experience. Because every time i went those were the things i saw traffic also fell out with one particular person because on my trip in one thousand nine hundred ninety i found out i use a paedophile and i'd be staying at his house and basically he told me that you know because of these fanatical connections nothing akron and i never spoke again. I got his house that yes he's dead now on needs them people in a quite blatant i. Yeah i think one of the things that it you know. I was born in eighty four. So we are the millennials and And this is exactly why he our generation always have such We have such disconnect to the kind of sierra leone. Remember from your own childhood ray because when people talk about sierra leone good for our entire lifetime if you're if you're a millennial meaning you're you're turning forty this year. Meaning you're born. It's basically everybody nineteen eighty-one right. If you were born in nineteen eighty one to like the and like early nineties you're considered a millennial and the thing is it's like if we don't have a point of reference of when corruption wasn't normal and it wasn't the culture We don't have a difference in our lives of like anything other than what you just described where people do shameless heinous things. They're not afraid or ashamed to speak of in public. So like what's what has been normalized as you know. Not decent ninety values of ceylon felina. Would you talk to yes. Somebody will not be combined with twelve people all man. No nobody talking. Eighteen people who we know are corrupt and all of these news and nobody's because we grew up we don't know a different kind of sierra leone. Go to sierra leone. And you're like wait first of all. This place is just getting worse. And so what does that do to your career like your career. Your life your life path of the decisions that you make. How does sierra leone's deterioration impact or change the kind of decisions that you made with regards to your own life. Because i remember in our last conversation you talked about how all of you who left at a certain point. It was your dream to return home like nobody wanted to nobody when they left to go to school in the uk's thoughts meanwhile goes to the apple land book on. There was always this idea that you did. We didn't think so. How then does that kind of descent into decay. Hats your your life. It was a strange one. And you know what is something that latino we know this because we parents wind will study you americo society. You're always talks to go back. Shall we win uncle back. We always feel kind of disappoints parents. Mc because really we always blindster wander onto a local buck. Because you know think about it. Parents were very idealistic. If you see studied in comeback in which all the talents to building their country that zone for our generation thing was so dysfunctional. When you go when somebody tell you about something completely system that was like you had to accept that and we didn't want drug setbacks because you know we it could have been better been so much so the dream of that kind of immediate post independence. Zero was was dead. It was in one day. I sat down. Looked being better. Dramatic cry i. It the soap setting and actually it was at night. Twenty told me about the diamonds thing. I was not married and might might dead wife up and i sat in the road and she said she'd never seen you so depressed. And i said. I said you know what i just told me about. The system is the attorney. General minister of justice on his break into that people come regularly bribe him and he's not even didn't care that he was saying it to me Literally brought me to tears because planning already that want to go out. And that's all comebacker exists in the system as you. A people.
Who Was by Queen Elizabeth Ii’s Side at Prince Philip’s Funeral?
"I saw this us weekly headline who was by queen elizabeth to side at prince. Philip's funeral things to know about lady. Susan hussy i like listen queen elizabeth the seconds to you bigger satellite jesus sequel. I mean innocence. Saying it's like okay. She's bad a and other rob queen. Elizabeth two colon fedral. I don't so here are the five things to know. I'm not gonna read you the actual descriptions because who cares but the actual five things. The headlines are good one. She's the senior lady in waiting. Does donald moving on. I don't what a leading waiting as she was. She's a leading around for queen elizabeth. To a lot to me. She was married to the late. Marmaduke hussey which is. She's really old so her husband's name was marmaduke. She is principally godmother. Okay i'm boring. She's known the queen for more than sixty years again. She's very old and she's the youngest daughter of the twelfth earl waldegrave no five things have done less for be than bees. They've done nothing now. I feel like i'm getting a sense of like what she is up too. Which is an old british lady. that's just confirmed. She's but maybe now. The phillips dead shall like hang out. Maybe she's you'll be down now.
Spain limits AstraZeneca vaccine to 60 years and up
"Spain who's joined other European nations in limiting the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine due to concerns over links to extremely red blood clotting Spain's health minister has announced after meeting with regional health chiefs that authorities would limit shots to those over sixty years old saying all strategy with AstraZeneca is pivoting the decision came after the European medicines agency said it found a possible link between the shock and the red clocks spring was one of the European countries the briefly halted the use of the A. said vaccine last month when the first blood clot scales were notified until now speaking high reserve the FISA by own tech on the maternal vaccines for those over sixty five I'm Charles the last month
The Line 5 pipeline: A disaster waiting to happen, or necessary to avoid an energy crisis?
"First one that comes to mind. I'm gonna guess that you went with one of maybe three. The trans mountain pipeline which our federal government purchased a couple of years ago the keystone excel pipeline. Which is actually a pipeline. Because it didn't get built or maybe the end bridge line just because it's by far the largest of all the crude oil and natural gas pipelines. That run through this country. But i'm gonna guess that none of you zero named line five. I would be shocked. Many of you even knew that it existed. I sure didn't even though it has been running from alberta to sarnia ontario for more than sixty years line. Five is an offshoot of that main and bridge line and its distinguishing feature over. The decades is that it runs through a narrow strait between lake michigan and lake here. It's distinguishing feature right. Now is much the same only. It's the danger that it might pose to those two lakes and their shorelines and the legal fight over whether or not to shut it down as well as the massive economic cost. That would come with doing that. In short for more than half a century line five has moved more than half a million barrels of natural gas and crude every day and nothing bad has happened yet so the question is are we pushing our luck. What would happen if something bad did happen. How catastrophic could it be and is it as some governments would argue worth the risk to keep all that fuel flowing.
"sixty year" Discussed on 710 WOR
"About a man who came to a sixty years old to come to us with a bladder cancer is a quadriplegic and a gunshot wound thirty years ago I can only move his tiny little figures to go into a super pooper big hospital they found the bladder cancer can't move his legs he's got contractions and so they want to do radical services sixty year old man he's got bed sores he can't movies paralyzes arms are paralyzes legs are paralyzed hasn't moved in thirty years they want to remove his bladder they never told her about all the options is the same old story I've told you before he goes into the super hospital where these been cared for for thirty years you have bedsores they haven't provided that he's has a bladder cancer they want to remove his bladder not telling them about all the options and I can tell you for bladder cancer is removing the bladder is a big change in life for me angel never urinate the same in every year and it in a plastic bag or through a two for men the prostate and bladder removed together means a sex life is kaput it's a big surgery it's not so successful and equal at least equally successful was our non invasive treatment with low cutting and bleeding radiosurgery of the bladder this is the work we do been doing it for decades for bladder cancers bladder cancers the block the bladder holds the urine mostly cancers in the bladder not all the cancers but most of the cancer start in the lining of the blood of transitional cells and then grow into the muscle well this round there's gonna was radical removal of his bladder nervous ran cat movies a quadriplegic and they never told about all the options is chosen or treatment we've mapped amount we're sending in beams to attack his cancer this is the work that we do every day and I can tell you when I see many people with bladder cancer is often I see people at.
"sixty year" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Reporting that sixty year old Shelton chambray the toddlers legal guardian is facing fourth degree abuse and neglect of a child after she died on August sixteenth as temperatures rose up to the mid eighties authorities allege every parked his van at the Lyndon wall Paco station before six thirty in the morning but forgot she was in the car someone eventually found her in the van just before four PM and broke the window but at that time it was too late she was pronounced dead at the scene Chad Robison New Jersey one one point five news seventy jerseys first news five forty neighbors in new from the stench of that something was wrong inside a Jersey city home they called it into the city's quality of life task force and a squad found horrific conditions inside a home with nine mixed breed dogs covered in Philly is dog urine and feces everywhere the smell was unbearable yet also living inside two young boys twelve and sixteen and there eighty three year old grandmother police arrested the children's mother and homeowner outside the home she's charged with endangering the welfare of a child and elder abuse here's a journal reports the kids were covered in leaves are now in protective custody. police in Ridgewood are sending out the alert after a Paramus man was charged taking inappropriate photos of school kids inside a local Starbucks the students all attended immaculate heart academy Lewis to more was still in the coffee shop when police got there if anybody else thinks he targeted them with his camera the rest to give police a call. New Jersey one one point five news time five forty one the future of the cannabis industry in New Jersey is still a bit hazy but folks can agree to expand exponentially at some point and today's college age kids have the opportunity to get on the ground floor of something huge stocked in university just posting a career fair for all things cannabis business major Rafi hawk says cannabis is the latest commodity not just for medicinal purposes but adult use.
"sixty year" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Yeah the Florida which is about thirty miles north of Orlando and I want to take you to a bar round chicken brown cow orgy Meron chicken brown concrete your eyes that was a weird invitation Bradley but night orgy cash I'll go shall we go to your orgy and it's a retired or G. because we've got a sixty three year old in question at this I mean Bungie Manji a lot of glucosamine chondroitin supplements you're gonna take before that thing yeah I know I'm gonna get hate mail whatever anyway health health okay so positioning gonna end up and exactly so apparently this party there were like twenty people it was kind of a come and go as you please sort of side was that's that's how it was described had that it was the guys who through this party room had about twenty guests I believe the only knew about five or six of these people personally I wonder what could go wrong also there was a theme at this party can you imagine what the orgy thing was blindfolds full beam I don't know the theme of the party was anonymous sex I mean that let's say that that's not clever at all no that's just like you just invited strangers yeah that's not a theme that's just like an instruction manual well if your theme the if you're orgy famous anonymous sacks what could go wrong everything basically because because you don't know they're showing and you don't know where I am in fact that's exactly what happened so of these twenty gaster so name some stuff went down there rescind you know happy times you know what is the best of times it was the worst there was some I guess frolicking in up wool and there's a lot of entertaining going ham yeah anyway that's not what made this crazy stupid idiots at its just forging in Florida with bunches sixty nothing to see here old just me a sixty year old having sex soon if something happens something something happen and something went away let's put it this way somebody stole something from the house wasn't so many body parts no no but actually you might have thought they were grabbing a body part when they were grabbing this item the that was a loose connection I'll I bet it would add that this whole event a lot was loose and that's Ernie they stole a gun deer yeah wow so it turns out that they had left a gun got into an orgy the gun out of the origin of the homeowners rangy is they had their guns stored and they're really ticked off that somebody stole their gun he's pointed out rightly so I think well you had a the film was anonymous sex and a bunch of strangers over also guest were encouraged to utilize fictitious names or use no name at all they could bring any friends or acquaintances they desired so it just seems like back from the set up like if you're going to have your maybe that they were asking for don't leave a Glock ouch you're gonna rock out with your Glock in a drawer okay and apparently there is like a no he purchased the gun for four hundred forty dollars I thought maybe they'd stolen that as well but now they just took the gun and I would suggest two things one just put your gun away yeah hide your gun at the orgy yeah I mean yeah I see what you mean was there another suggestion now okay it's Friday but I don't wanna get too loose with my lips other things that you don't hear in an orgy all right you said it not me for our last things Holly for our final crazy stupid idiots we're gonna go to Manchester New Hampshire where on Monday night Christy Benoit who is twenty years old call the police to report that her neighbor had assaulted her and she was angry I'm and when the cops came to the what had gone down she was bloodied and she looked as though she had been hurt in the process she explains the police that her neighbor had broken down the door and punched and scratched her and they and the police witness she had black eyes and scratches on her arms and legs and sure it had read scenes on it and she also had shared with officers that the assault had caused her to get these black eyes and also for her nose to believe and the officers found blood in the kitchen and the living room and the bathroom they found a coffee table out of place they found a broken play and it looks like a place where somebody had come in in a rough somebody up but after the looks a little bit closer at the blood that that that was in the home and they thought that does not look like blood and then as they search the home further they found it to be a vampire blood god and then a second look they realize that the black guys that miss Benoit had were not actually black eyes but rather eye shadow she had it completely fabricated the idea that her neighbor had roughed her up and so now she's facing charges of giving a false police report and falsifying physical evidence okay also how did she think she was getting away with vast even like case check you out no no don't touch me this is a case of not playing the tape all the way through yeah exactly don't do it if you're mad at your neighbor find a different way to DO slash K. years following while leaving bag of doggie doo on their front porch like normal people I was just gonna say like by the way some around up on a patch of grass or something but you see that there is a person there was a person who she claims that she somebody slash your tires and then one very keen eyed Twitter observer noticed that it like it literally was able to do like a bunch of Angela Lansbury murder she wrote Jessica Fletcher style on the picture of the slash tires and and like point out the five reasons why this was a tire that had gotten an accident and she had just pretended to make it look like wow and slashed so I'm just saying people will always find out the truth yeah don't try to pull a fast one just don't lie don't lie tell the truth all right and give a hoot don't pollute right now what we learn today don't lie don't leave your got out and Lori jeans ago yeah don't leave your gun out at an orgy I don't want to have **** at an orgy you know when we come back in the coming in Bradley show we're gonna play a little game that game is called the throwback live real do that after this on my tongue one of seven one the clean and Bradley shell.
"sixty year" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Searching for a suspect or suspects. I'm Jay Metzler. Fox news. The big question this hour in Baltimore walked up and opened fire on innocent people at this intersection. Police Commissioner Michael Harrison says people had gathered for neighborhood barbecues on both sides of the street at least seven people were shot. Baltimore's acting mayor Jack young folk at the hospital and the one person is deceased ramp behind the church laughs there. So it wasn't anything dealing with the church. So I want to make that very clear, what isn't clear whether more people were shot and fled the scene. Whether a second gunman was involved. The condition of those hospitalized victims has not been released saying member of his congregation took a bullet for all of us his arm in a sling and exhausted. Looking rabbi Israel Goldstein, remembering sixty year old Laurie K gunned down in his synagogue. North of San Diego during Passover services yesterday, allegedly by nineteen year old white supremacist. What happens? The rabbi who started the hubbub of Powell a synagogue in the sandiego suburb more than three decades ago recalled locking is with that gunman are turnaround. And I see a site that I. Undescribable here is a young man standing with the rifle. Pointing right at me. And I look at him. He had sunglasses on. I couldn't see his is his soul. John Ernest of San Diego now facing murder and hate crime charges hospitalized this hour in Virginia five men rescued from a cave in the southwest part.
"sixty year" Discussed on The Art of Process with Aimee Mann and Ted Leo
"And if he didn't say, look, Andy, there's not a lot of sixty year old relief pitchers that would be that would be a reasonable request. Right. You still would let them any has the face like, I'd let you follow your dream. And do you like George Plumpton type thing? But I don't know. I don't know if I I don't know if I would I think, pruning, there's something to press. Croon off a couple of hobbies book prune off of islander don't reach for your dreams Dante's. Yeah. Some dreams. Yeah. I can't on six hours a day. Not going to have to we could to it also has to do with this focused and energy a g. Yeah. I think now we know how to focus. We don't have as much energy. But we know how to focus what energy we do have that whole period where I took sewing lessons. Just because I thought it would be like good for my brain to work with spatial reasoning. Like seriously, I did. And it was like interesting by mostly just followed instructions in like did which she told me, and then like made a thing that I never wore. But like a lot of time spent and now I sort of feel like, you know, what fuck sewing. I like writing songs is what I like. Right. I liked to do whether it's like a dumb parody song for Christmas show or a song. We've right for friend for their birthday or or something for my album or something for musical like whatever it is. I like to write songs, I can't wait to get back through ruining sauce. You love do you love writing? I like writing songs in the more the more. I like it like the more. I do focus on it in a regular way. Like, you know, like it's a job get up and do it every day, the more the more fun. It is. I'm like Randy Newman. But without the all mazing things he produced because he says he hates he hates to writing songs does. He really hate. But maybe say that the old days. Weirdly makes a lot of sense. If it just seems very crowded city, but I want to if I do write more songs I want to have fun doing it. I don't want to torture myself. I think I can do that. Let's go back to a little podcast chat about when you started comedy a friend's just said, you should do this. You started doing it? And then people always want this like when did you know that you were going to be a musician over and like there was never a HIV? It'll moment, right. Like, yes. I'm going to be a musician. You know, and it sounds like there was not a comedy moment. Like that for you. Well, it wasn't a sense that I basically quit. I'm quitting this plan. Couldn't play or anything. I hated everything. When I started to get the comedy thing going and started to have a met momentum of its own because I think there is like kind of an egalitarian side the comedy like really anybody can go anywhere and put their name. And I think I always felt music was more gatekeepers at the beginning. But I should probably just my own imaging again. No, I think you're probably right. Well, what with with with comedy? I mean, it started to get going. I would do these things and then just a career. I also came up in the eighties. When there was a comedy boom wrote. So within four years of starting standup. I was on the road thirty weeks a year forty weeks schools in western New Jersey, I did rascals in west orange club. The club owners liked me. That's the only reason why I got booked. That's the thing that people don't realize if you go ten minutes outside of New York City like on the island Jack's top of the town. Jack's top of the town..
"sixty year" Discussed on Short Story Long
"And you're still in that job and i literally will watch fifty year old sixty year old men women get a motion because they there and this isn't to make anybody feel bad because you can change anything in a moment but i just watch how that like were were sold this process were sold the sand in lined to get good grades to get the college education to get the good job but what about life right life goes by while you're while you're while you're making live in life just screams by so i i don't know i i think things are changing faster than they ever are because of podcast because of the internet and i think people are realizing like don't feel you have to take the road everybody else does but also the my whole point was college doesn't necessarily fulfil you or make you the money you want but no college degree and sitting around hoping to get shit ass job doesn't work either if if you decided not to go to college you gotta still be a hustler and and model those playing the game at the highest level possible i mean don't listen to your you know if your aunt knows how to play tennis because she watches tennis old time if you wanna play tennis don't learn from her you wanna tennis pro right and the internet and social media has made world the world so small that you really have access to so many bad asses and how they're doing so if college isn't your thing than just make sure you learn from people that are playing go after a good okay so when you you know you said that you went back built up the body shop when all the way to selling it that's crazy was that like how old were you in that happen oh no i wasn't i wasn't young i was probably so i built the collision shop.
"sixty year" Discussed on iMore
"Yes it's done through the marketing department and fill schiller should be very proud of this but you know there are so many examples of people who use ipads as primary computers and there are as many arguments from the other side most of which are on twitter that dismiss those is not being credible or credulous and i find that to be so absurd the computer for you or me the mac book in my bag does just is is is very important to me but to say that the ipad in my sixty year old cousins book bag is not as important to him or her is is ridiculous and you know it's it's something it's just a it's it's your right it's an obstructionist argument and i find that to be extremely it's almost like it's it's immature it's a way that you're you're you're you're cutting off yourself from the larger narratives of of of of computing especially especially when there is a smartphone in in that pocket i mean josh roots of polski has a smartphone he knows how smartphones have changed his life and yet he reduces the ipad to a lesser mac book it to me that is just a crazy argument i don't want to agree drought obviously deserves it because he tweeted what he tweeted but your twitter is a realtime medium and it it geared towards don't wanna say drunk tweeting in this case but it's geared towards what of angry reactionary highly attentiongrabbing tweets and in people does piled on on both sides a from that point i think it did bring out a sentiment was that was lurking their traja adding that in in like our our field of technology that we also have this need for a media scene and by people get really people feel very like these devices are on i very personal to us and so i think that that's why comes out to such really strong emotional arguments from people when something is taken away something isn't the way that they think that it should be and in fact their life in a way that they don't want it to be and so sometimes we may be more reactive then what would be if it was in more than one hundred forty characters.