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Ernest Shackleton: Surviving Antarctica
"It's midnight on may fifth nineteen sixteen. Ernest shackleton squats at the helm of james cared trying to balance himself on the rocking boat. They've been at sea for eleven days. He knew the eight hundred mile. Crossing to south georgia. Island would be dangerous. But he's never seen anything as fierce as the drake passage. The winds have been coming at them at one hundred miles an hour. The waves are almost twenty feet tall each swell grabs the boat lifting at higher and higher for the boiling surf into the air. One moment they're surrounded by hills of water the next there on top of the world overlooking an endless seascape of dark grey rollers and white horses. And then they're hurtling back down. Below water crashes over the sides and sends a small crew into a frenzy to bail before the next one hits one way was so violent it ripped the boats anchor. Clear away shackleton marches wars lee struggling with the rudder trying to control the boat through the gusts and the snowfall is only. Compasses dead. Reckoning and the occasional glimpse of a star they both know if they boat off. Course they could miss south georgia entirely. And never be heard of again skipper. Altaic take the rudder. You get some sleep ex-boss maybe i'll lay down for an hour. Shackleton is left alone at the front of the boat. He watches the angry black clouds. Churn across the horizon and suddenly sees a silver light in the sky. Weather's clearing boys. And then he. Here's the familiar hiss. It's not a break in the clouds. It's the foaming crest of a wave. The biggest wave. He's seen in his life and it's heading straightforward.
Plea Deal Near for Metro Atlanta Massage Parlor Shooting Suspect
"That could be on the horizon for the accused Metro and a spa shooter Robert Aaron Long is set to appear before Judge a Cherokee County next week. The West Beast, Michelle writes, reporting live with reaction for Fulton County's district attorney. Yes, Scott Fulton County D a funny Willis says she was notified Longs Tuesday hearing would bring a resolution to the case in Cherokee County, which she tells The Atlanta Journal Constitution means a plea deal in her world Long is accused of opening fire inside of young Asian massage on March 16th, killing four people and then wounding another. I spoke with Jane, who happened to be getting a massage that day when she and her massage therapists heard the murders. 25 minutes then I was starting to relax and feel better. And we heard this sound that sounded like a firecracker and we kind of both start along as then accused of leaving that seen driving south to Atlanta and killing four more women and two other Asian massages on chair at Cheshire Bridge Road before heading south and being captured in South Georgia. Long is facing murder and aggravated assault charges and Cherokee. Willis says she filed a motion to transfer long to the Fulton County Jail on Wednesday to await prosecution there, where he's facing similar charges and a possible hate crime charge. She also says she plans on seeking the death penalty.
"south georgia" Discussed on The Radio Show
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"south georgia" Discussed on The Garden Question
"Not night is still keep messina's because they are good for the butterflies and i still keep my hell bores because do flowers at church on sunday bloom in february so the deals but those are about the only non natives have in my yard this point out all the non native shrubs put in native shrubs except for my husband's committee is and he has happiest canadian. It's really not hard to get started with a native. Even if you start with just one plant ibew caution. People though about buying their native plants in a big box store they used to make them put aside tag in their pot. Sit side they're using a poison called neonicotinoids which is a systemic that means the roots stems leaves the blooms the pollen. Every part of that plant has the poison in it. So if the insects go for the pollen they get poison if they go for the next year they get poisoned. If the leaves they get poisoned the night him start putting a tag in there to warn you that it had had poisons in it but instead of saying this plant contains nicotine nicotinoid switch can cause damaged insects. That put a little tag said. This plant has been treated to prevent the damage by insects. Makes it sound like a great thing but if you want the insects terrible thing so if you won't native plants the best place to buy the is either a native nursery. They will not use artificial chemicals on their plants or at the native plant society plant sales. The state native plant society has a plant cell in the spring and in the fall on with kobe Issue and our chapter had Timber sale and had a great sale. And we're planning another night. Both agro The plants that are chat or sales. And i don't use any poisons in my yard by plants are good for the wildlife. It might one much all al-asai you decided nor you didn't know and you use some spray in your yard like that is moaning a workout of the plant deal. And i think i've read that the neonicotinoids were would make his way out the plan in two to three years. But then you've lost two to three years of of generations of your insects. I'm not sure about that. I just note that it stays in for a while. I don't have long Process of installing a native clumpy stage in my front yards under my tree line and my backyard. I'm putting in small company. Grass has beautiful little curly brown leaves in the winter. And then it rains up in the summer called poverty outs grassed and both of those will support wildlife. I like my grasses united a couple of grasses any other favorites the paint neely grass is not dribbling native to our area but it will grow here in it is a native grass so in states can use it generally speaking. You should try to stick with what we call eko tights which are plants that have come from your growing region and that usually means within sixty miles of where you live if you go rescue. Plant tried to get it from sixty miles yet. Seeds trying to get those seeds were taken from plants about sixty miles away because even though it might be purple flower. That grew down in south georgia in the same echinacea grows here in carroll county because of their salty air and there different kinds of solve the plants. They're growing down..
"south georgia" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
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"south georgia" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"Little messed up. Late does it. Does i understand the costs. Though i mean because he of the analysis because they're now they're analyzing multiple different Sources you're talking about nail picks that could be for scraping dna from underneath fingernails from perhaps fighting back against an assailant. And then you might end up with blood or tissue underneath finger now. So that's one then you obviously have the potential for seamen And also the potential for other fluids elsewhere on the body you know and like you said all of these different things are each their own test. I imagine so. I can kind of understand why it would be so costly but obviously absolutely necessary so there must be some way to subsidize it or you know how. What's the solution. I wonder was really interesting because according to that fox article you're you're talking about it. It does seem like At least the governor. The current governor of georgia was attempting to cut back so right. They're they're having to scale back quite a bit In the the lab the gb labs. But it does feel like with emory with georgia. Tag with all of these institutions knew. We could find a way in georgia to make this kind of testing streamlined. And maybe done you know through university system where they're younger people who want to train to do this kind of testing. It's really good point away. Yeah and that's something. Steve that you said that i really appreciate like you. You've laid out a very solid argument that at times law enforcement's hands are tied right because there are there are any number of rules or policies that are designed to protect victims of these attacks. By if you do not want the police involved if you do not want You know to risk your private information your identity being leaked to an often vicious and exploitative press then obviously that should that should be the primary concern of in it sounds weird but maybe in defensive like the the prioritization kits. Maybe they're trying to find a serial assaulter or they have a lead or something in that that puts it to the frontline because they're trying to close the case but still. This is the thing that stays with me about this Everyone listening the statistics are pretty clear. Testing these kids getting through this backlog. Maybe not every state but somewhere in the us would expose an quite likely lead to the arrest of a serial sexual assaulter or a confirm crimes that they were able to escape justice for you know what i mean. A lot of those folks are already imprisoned for something else. I would imagine that they caught so they would find repeat offenders and they would match it to a single source that is already on record. That's fascinating. I never thought about that. But it's a it is a good point. And i think a good argument for why even but it's all about resources right like i mean police forces and these local bureaus of investigation are short staffed. And there's a lot more crimes often than there are personnel. So it's a delicate balancing act but it seems very important because this is one of the most egregious crimes you know out there literally taking from someone the most sacred personal kind of experience right one hundred percent but at the same just as a counterpoint homicides. Everyday i mean cannot compare one crime with another necessarily but the complete loss of human life is a tough thing to argue that. It's me right. The tough thing to argue but i would just say in these crime labs when there is a homicide. Dna needs to be tested for that. I can imagine that taking priority over again. That's an issue of limited resources. There as you guys pointed out. And i also think it is crucial that we define what backlogged means those who are to what is rape what is a backlog closer to of things. I absolutely wanted to hit somewhere in this segment. The backlog is tough. Osho you this. There's bit of math involved of but you can just do it in your head and quickly see the problem without walking through all the sums accordion place there's going earlier in the backlog Every seventy three seconds. Someone is sexually assaulted in the united states. That's a pretty solid statistic a sexual assault. Kit is officially considered backlogged. If it is not been submitted for dna analysis which usually detectives or prosecutors have to specifically request. It's an opt in not an opt out if that kit has been sitting around and hasn't gone for analysis within ten days of the evidence being submitted it's considered backlogged so these things are waiting around the time for nine years but there is a lot of stuff getting lost in the system and unfortunately in this society There is a crime of this sort. Every seventy three seconds so the backlog builds very quickly and without more funding more visibility Probably some different policies. It's going to be very difficult to address this problem. And the and of course you know there are members of law enforcement members of ngos like in the backlog who are working around the clock to make this better to bring justice to these people but those those numbers i think. Give us a very real sense of the problem. I if you are wondering if you're in the us you're wondering what's happening in your state The one of the best things to do would be to check out the interactive map that is on in the backlog where you can go state by state and see their status of their policies whether they've reformed things where your home state is essentially in terms of resolving this as instead of that previous Previous strange news. We know that these reforms can have measurable significant positive results. So it's very well worth it. Even though it's an issue you know that many politicians would later would would probably prefer not to talk about when they're campaigning right Because it makes people think of horrific things but matt you clocked something that i'm glad you mentioned it because we had to mention it. Some some level Yes the current governor of our state of georgia. One brian kemp is asking for is asking for significant budget cuts especially the gb. I n especially their state. Crime lab feels like there are other things you could cut from a budget. You know what i mean. It does like governor salary. Yup i i know i know not ever i not. Everybody can do that. But we all heard the stories of like ceo's refusing to another for something hundred percent. And look. i'm not a fan of brian. kemp He my opinions not the best dude And recently signed this heartbeat bill into law that Fundamentally deprives women of the ability to get an abortion beyond a very very limited window of time and it's all kind of based around these evangelical ideals about like heartbeat the soul. And i know these are all very loaded issues but to me this this this this feels like something someone like that would also be like. Who cares you know like We're not letting women take control over their bodies and we're also not helping them out when they've been sexually assaulted so yeah and there could be there could be aspect they are aware The reporters are spinning perspective of their own. You know There's no there's no proof that the governor of georgia or really any state level federal level official is sitting around like steepling. Their fingers monty burns style and say yes. That's cut the budget. In the way the church people the most like that doesn't happen there. Thinki- new spreadsheets numbers and incredibly dehumanize right because the us really only tends to do something about important issues if.
"south georgia" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"Sopranos which i will not stop talking about that christopher makes along with some of his mob financiers. It's like a horror movie about a month boss who gets hacked into small pieces and re animates and comes back to life as the titular murderous cleaver who comes back for revenge against those that wrong. Tim thanks very very multifaceted name. They're all right. We'll cleaver take it away. You know for the longest time anyone. Let's just okay no judgment here but anyone who's perhaps Found themselves procuring illegal substances in some form or fashion probably has been told. Don't text don't text things that are incriminating And probably best just not to text stuff like that at all with your plug i believe is the is the term kids or make up a silly code word. I i think the statutes passed. I'll say that that was one of my favorite things in younger days. Was i would know people at these elaborate systems tax team for their lake up any any kind of slaying. You could imagine. It's just somebody was a little bit high and they were like. Hey man you got anymore that peanut butter or something equally. Sure or you could go the kind of you know measurement roure. It's like yeah. I wanna get a mix cd. Let me get a thirty minute. Mix cd a sixty minute. Mix cd or a hundred and twenty minute. Mix cd right thing about. This is elaborate. I honestly didn't know this happened. Well you're you're a good lab matt and we love you dearly but it's a thing But here's these days. I probably for the last ten years. Maybe the Emergence of these encrypted apps for communicating with Said plug have become a thing. I actually remember being on a work trip to new york and just kind of like flipping through the you know the local kind of city pages or whatever maybe what would be the equivalent of our creative loafing here are stomp and stammer or something like that sort of like an independent rag. You know that has like a classified in the back and actually seeing pretty brazen advertisements for drug dealers in the back that require the use of an app called telegram. Telegram is sort of the popular. One i think these days still Because it is encrypted and it's directly to the source and there's like message boards that you can view where maybe a dealer has their menu or something on there but certain group of dealers have really taken this to an extreme with an app called encroach chat. Enc r. o. Chat and it actually is even more elaborate than those. Because it's not an app you can get in the app store. It's a very kind of exclusive After that actually involves a specific. I guess jail broken phone. That has like a code. You can enter into to wipe all local data and all records of these transactions. Unfortunately that doesn't work so well when police infiltrate said app or said network when police actually get one of these phones themselves and are acting as either a user or a dealer themselves but the thing is this is not just a casual drug forum for buying and selling marijuana for example this is a very elaborate and involves moving lots and lots of weight. This is more of a traffickers type app to some big fish using the service and even in a press. Release around story that i'm about to talk about. There is discussion of folks using this to plan hits even against rival dealers so very very high level crime going on in this app and obviously this is a in an england in the kingdom where this story is centered wherein a local man from liverpool was recently arrested because he was posting on this app using an alias And he alias. Meeting like a screen name which i believe was something like toffee toffee king toffee force t o f f e e force and if the toffee and. The name indicates that this guy was maybe into you know culinary pursuits. Well that's that's that's totally true because he posted in addition to posting pictures of drugs and all of that he posted a picture of a substance that to your brain may as well be a drug. They say that cheese is to one's brain almost as addictive as like say crack or cocaine. She's sets off some of these pleasure centers responses in a very similar way to hard drugs and it can become addictive way obviously a little more benign long term. You might gain a little way which probably not going to overdose or have some sort of debilitating addiction that you just might just be a cheese habitual cheese eater but Yeah this guy. Carl stuart thirty nine years old in the in the press release. He's listed as being a gem street liverpool. He was just recently sentenced to thirteen years and six months in prison by the liverpool crown court and that is because the charges for trafficking conspiracy to traffic cocaine conspiracy to supply heroin conspiracy and supply md and conspiracy to supply ketamine and transferring criminal property and it all stemmed from a picture where he was holding a piece of stilton blue cheese specifically mature blue stilton crafted by long clawson in leicestershire delicately rich and creamy stilton for a company called m. s. literally reading from the label on this picture where you can see his hands. In addition to his hands you can see the pads of his fingers and as cleaver said this is all it takes for law enforcement to do a fingerprint analysis. Which makes sense considering the phone picks. These days are of pretty seriously high resolution. You know they've just got you know every time. A new generation comes out. They just add more megapixels and even a few generations old phone would likely be enough to produce a clear enough image. Could then be zoomed in and you can actually see those rings on the fingers and again this time as you can see one two three fingers fully unobstructed and they're quite close close enough. Where if zoomed in. I could myself with my naked. I see those rings so fellas. What do you think about this technology. Is this something you were aware. It makes sense to me. It doesn't feel like a stretch but it also feels a little creepy right like for your average joe that isn't posting on an illegal encrypted drugs app but like say You know finding out. Somebody's identity from facebook posts or Using this kind of finale to find out information that maybe people would rather keep private. Yeah i look guys. I'm over here taking pictures of my fingers. What is this an iphone. Ten or eleven. Whatever iliad one camera on it. But i'm having trouble getting a high enough photo of my fingerprint. Maybe if i took it into photoshop i can link up the contrast. Or what do they call it the structure where you can it makes the lines a little more crisp or the Sharpen can sharpen the image. Perhaps yeah i can see some of it. I at least the one that's posted on here on the cnn article doesn't look like you can clearly see the fingerprints been removed for. Maybe i'm being generous. And that's certainly possible. Matt but i also maybe doubt they don't look like they're soft focus but you're right. It's probably being a little bit generous zooming in a little myself. And i can see some of them by. Does this feel like new technology. You guys or does this feel like something that maybe has been in the works for a long time or it's.
At least 8 dead in shootings at Georgia spas
"Area. The attacks began about five o'clock yesterday afternoon, Georgia time when four people were killed and an Asian massage parlor north of Atlanta. Two of the victims were Asian women. Three more people were shot dead about an hour later at a spa in Atlanta, and then another person was killed at a spa across the street from that one. All for the victims were Asian women. Authorities have arrested 21 year old Robert Aaron long for the shootings. Long was arrested after a highway pursuit in south Georgia Tuesday night. And today, most people have been waiting for San Diego into the states Red tear. That means indoor dining and movie
Suspect charged with eight counts of murder in killings at Atlanta-area spas
"On Fox News this morning a suspect is in jail in connection to shootings that killed eight people and the Atlanta area yesterday. Investigators say a man first opened fire inside a Cherokee County massage parlor around five p.m.. Four people were killed there. One was injured and then 45. Minutes later, another four people were killed in separate shootings it to spaz on Piedmont Road in Atlanta appears Sock baller potentially being targeted the Cherokee County sheriff's captain Jay Bakker. Most of the victims were Asian women. But Baker says they've not determined if they are victims of hate crimes shits. Well, nothing's gonna be ruled out working, ducking a homicide, a multiple homicide investigation so wherever the evidence leads us, that's where the investigators will go. The alleged shooter 21 year old Robert Aaron, Long arrested in crisp County in South Georgia.
Atlanta-area spa shootings: Suspect officially charged after 8 people killed at 3 spas
"You've heard on Fox News this morning, a mass shooting in Georgia authorities arresting a 21 year old Woodstock man in connection with deadly shootings at three different massage parlors. Robert Aaron Long was arrested in crisp County in South Georgia. He is thought to be the shooter at all three locations, one in Acworth, the others the other two in Atlanta. Many of the victims women of Asian descent. We just heard numerous gunshots coming from across the street. I won't say any names, but they're really nice girls. That woman speaking with CBS 46, saying she knew some of the victims for now. The identities of those killed are being withheld.
21-Year-Old Suspect in Custody in Atlanta Massage Parlor Shootings
"Can't sue a suspect in custody in South Georgia and connection with shootings in three Atlanta area spas that left eight people dead and one wounded. Six of the dead Asian women. The suspected gunman, Robert Aaron, Long was captured about three hours away in southern Georgia. Crisp county Sheriff, Billy Hancock troopers and deputy set up along the interstate and made contact with the suspect at about 8:30 P.m., Georgia State Patrol troopers performed the pit maneuver, which caused the vehicle to spin out of control, said it was taken into
Boston City Council Approves Petition To Waive Special Election To Replace Mayor Walsh
"Boston City Council today. Voting yes. On the home rule petition to wave a special election to replace Mayor Marty Walsh. All of the city's councilors voted in favor. Except for any sort of South Georgia voted present. The city's charter calls for a special election. If the mayor leaves office before March, 5th, which would have been holding as many as four elections this year, Mayor Walsh has been tapped to become president by this labor secretary. In fact, tomorrow, the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions holds a hearing on the nomination. In addition of the city's approval of this home will petition the state Legislature and governor Charlie Baker did decide off. The governor's already indicated he supports it.
"south georgia" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"That would end no excuse absentee voting also automatic voter registrations upon receiving a driver's license. Absentee voting would only be available to senior residents. Under these new proposals, voters with disabilities or anybody who has a valid excuse would also be able to vote, Babs. Team and then yet another proposal would ban absentee ballot drop boxes again. This is just the beginning of these suggestions. Not sure yet how far they will advance. Advocates for immigrant workers are demanding not just OSHA, but other federal agencies conduct an in depth investigation into the liquid nitrogen leak and foundation food group and gains film. Maria del Rosario. Palacio says the fight to get justice for the six people who died and the others who were injured in last week's incident is personal for her here as someone who has worked in poultry herself. I used to be an undocumented worker in one of the facilities that is now part of foundation food groups. I am a daughter. Prima, a Sabrina and a good friend. To many of our impact of families engagement, Palacios and other spent more than an hour sharing their concerns and their demands in an online press conference. Among other things, they want the workers who are now out of a job while the plant is closed to be paid by foundation foods. Two teenagers, one of them from Haversham County and a recent graduate of Lakeview Academy and Gainesville, were killed Sunday night in a South Georgia traffic accident. W. D. Yu went to Austin. Keller tells us what happened. The Georgia State Patrol says 19 year old Jordan Hunter Thomas of Alto was driving a pickup truck on I 16 and Emanuel County. When he lost control of the vehicle left the highway and struck a tree. Troopers who investigated the crash say the road was wet and Thomas was traveling too fast for weather conditions. As a result, his truck hydroplaned Thomas's passenger 18 year old Brandley Coleman Kui of Kingston, also was killed in the accident. Wdun used time just after 6 34. The FDA has now approved the first at home covert 19 test that can render results on a smartphone in 15 minutes, Dr Robin Dressler with the infectious disease Society of America, telling CBS 46. This looks to be a game change, tempted asking for that,.
"south georgia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That report by David Sillitoe. Now a team of polar researchers from the British Antarctic survey, sailing from the Falkland Islands on Tuesday bound for an iceberg, which has been floating off the waters of the island of South Georgia. For several weeks. I've been hearing more from the expedition's chief scientists, Paul Abramson. We are currently in the folk Land islands, just about to set off to go to South Georgia on study the iceberg, a 68, which carried from Larson, CI shelf in 2017, and it's now near the island of South Georgia. It's been approaching the islands and we think that as the iceberg is melting It could affect the wildlife on the islands. The iceberg has reduced in size. Since it was calved. It's now roughly the size of greater London, and it's still Breaking apart, but nevertheless, it's to a large amount of ice. If enough of thieves, bits end up grounding near south Georgia, then they can still release a lot of extra fresh water into the system around the islands. The ecosystems in the polar regions are quite finally balanced. They are very sensitive to the conditions here. So we do think they can affect the plankton that the very bottom of the food chain and of course, that, in turn would then effect Krill, small crustaceans that live around the islands and all of the other animals that eat them, such as penguins and seals and whales. Tell us what you will do. Then once you reach the floating iceberg off as close as you can get to it, So we want to see how the freshwater is distributed around the iceberg and how it's affecting that was impacting the wildlife in the area. So in addition to taking measurements from the ship While we're there, using nets and using other probes that we can lower through the water, we have two small robotic underwater vehicles called gliders. The plan is to release them to go and continue taking measurements. Even after we leave. They can certainly go to areas that we might not be quite as comfortable going with ship. They will be out for up to four months. On drew profile through the water measure, the temperature salinity and the chlorophylls of the amount of vital plant and in the water and every few dives they will pop up to the surface. Send some of the data back by satellite link to the UK to where the National Oceanography Center And then we can tell them where to go next. And why is this work so important? South Georgia is really a wildlife hot spot. It's a very rich ecosystem on Maybe one year or two years when the iceberg is there, But we're, of course, interested to see how the system works. And in the future in a climate change scenario, it might be that will be a boy. This will be a more frequent occurrence of large icebergs having offend article and reaching South Georgia, But there's nothing that can be done. Once it's broken away. Your you can simply study the effects. There's nothing You can do to mitigate them. The iceberg is so were so large that it's impossible to to move it using the ship's or or other methods, but would like to better understand what what does happen as the ice may thin and some of the flow of the east down towards the sea may accelerate in Antarctica, then calving of icebergs like this one might be a more frequent occurrence. Now is Dr Paul Abramson from the British Antarctic survey. Speak to me just a couple of days before he set sail for that iceberg floating in the Antarctic. You're listening to the BBC World Service. And this is news hour coming to live from London..
South Georgia receives Covid vaccine ahead of Metro Atlanta
"Time coming and just in Georgia's gotten its first shipment of covert 19 vaccine today, 5850 doses of the Visor vaccine arrived in south Georgia to coastal Georgia Public health locations with ultra cold freezers, which the vaccine requires Now. Additional shipments of the vaccine are expected to arrive in other parts of the state, including here in Metro Atlanta later this week. WSB Health reporter Sabrina Cubits says the coastal health district is fine tuning the logistics of Calling, preparing administering the vaccine and will begin giving the first shots to frontline public health workers as early as this afternoon
Iceberg the size of Delaware on track to slam into South Atlantic island
"Biggest iceberg is on track to strike an island in the South Atlantic this month. The government of South Georgia and the South Sandwich islands say they are keeping an eye on the iceberg. Is it Is roughly 100 miles away from the island, the UK overseas territory and about the size of Rhode Island. NASA estimates the iceberg to be his biggest Delaware. BBC reports. Scientists are worried with the icebergs impact could be on wildlife in the region. Several animals like whales and seals feed off south Georgia's coasts.
Delaware-sized iceberg could collide with island in South Atlantic this month
"Kitty, the world's largest iceberg is on track to strike an island in the South Atlantic this month. The government of South Georgia and the South Sandwich islands say They're keeping an eye on the iceberg as it's roughly 100 miles away right now from the island, the Uko overseas territory is about the size of Rhode Island. While NASA estimates the iceberg is his big is the state of
Woman from Sugar Hill, near Atlanta, killed in car accident
"After after the the Thanksgiving Thanksgiving holiday holiday travel travel period period got got underway. underway. 19 19 year year old old woman woman from from Sugar Sugar Hill Hill was was killed killed in in a a traffic traffic accident accident on on McKay McKay ever ever rode rode in in Hall Hall County Sergeant Charles Parker with the Georgia State Patrol. Identifying the victim is Sofia Garcia Parker says that Garcia's car was hit head on by a Toyota Corolla that crossed the center line. No charges are pending against the driver of the Toyota 28 year old Leonardo Cruise, Vanegas. He and a passenger in his car were injured both her from flowery Branch. Now, at this point in the holiday weekend, seven people have died on Georgia roadways. The other fatalities have happened mostly in South Georgia. The travel period does continue through Sunday. We're on the
Importance of Black voters in the presidential race
"The last two or three years of activism that you think has helped push Georgia into the blue column? Yes, I think that is Never. We need on example of how the community organizing and coordination work. I think Georgia is an example of that that over the last three years there have been deep and actually the last five years in particular, but particularly the last three years. There's been intense coordination between Social Justice Group communally, a group black late groups throughout the state of Georgia in metro Atlanta will in some of the areas like Savannah and making and and in South Georgia, Albany and so as a result, what we see is we see this record turnout of black voters, you know. In the state of Georgia black voters voted At higher rate. No more black voters voted for for Biden Vice President Biden maybe it for Obama, and that in the self says that even what has I believe that it hasn't just been about being candidates entered its been about people being people center and so as a result of the deep organizing what you see is the result of the turnout. Where black voters have certainly made the difference in this wave and Georgia You know, just next door. Alabama Senator Doug Jones, a Democrat. He ended up really struggling right, acted to hold onto his seat, so there are kind of limits in terms of getting turnout out there. What lessons do you think people can take away from the experience in Georgia? I think we have to recognize that you have to continue to be ill that oftentimes what you see in some of these elections when the energy is just centered around a candidate around 81 particular election and you lose that Mo mentum and don't continue to build from that you would have we never would have done here. But what we thought even particularly after 2018 in the race in safety Abrams loss The infrastructure in the coalition that came together around her race did not dismantle. They act you started working on was that even more focus on working together in a coordinated fashion, and beyond that there were other groups that because of the mass voter suppression that happened in the community and happened with black voters, we were that much more determined. To make sure that we were in play in this election cycle and that our voice will be heard. And so part of what I think is a keen lesson is that when you invest and groups that on the ground that these are the kinds of results instead of putting all your Political resource is, I think political parties and in television ads that when you invest directly on the ground, yield it, Khun Deal Ah, great harvest.
"south georgia" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Good evening, Everyone welcome aboard to Jim straighter outdoors as we move towards the Middle part of my favorite month of the whole year, which is October. Those of you who listen to me through the years. Can easily recall me. Pointing the term or October because hunting and fishing or indeed rocket along in October and its glorious month to be outdoors, and it's AH, it's frustrating month in one regard. I never know whether the hunt or fish squirrel hunting. Bow hunt. Most load hunt for deer fish for crappy fish for bass fish for catfish fish for hybrids. It's AH, it's just a magic month to be alive. Certainly sets the stage for the fall season, which of course, now is and pretty much full swing in regard to so many things to do. I took a trip to South Georgia this week. To fish with my good friend Kenny Shockley. We've been hunting and fishing partners for almost 50 years now, and it's ah, always a treat to be with Kenny. He's a Very, very serious and dedicated outdoorsman and Fun to be with and we fished. The Savannah River in the Ogi River, Tio my favorite rivers in Georgia. I fished a lot of the Georgia rivers through the years because of my relationship with Kenny and Bill Evans, another buddy of mine from Georgia. But on this trip We were on those to whom we were pursuit of red breast, some fish, bluegill and bass and we caught all of the above. Those river systems in South Georgia. Kenny lives Down in Millen, Georgia, which is in the extreme South eastern part of the state, and it grows panfish the boogie. Oh, Very commonly over a pound apiece. The red breast some fish in the Savannah River Drainage in particular, are some of the largest that we have down there and The bass fishing courses legendary South Georgia produced the world record bass, So it's no surprise it. There's a lot of big best down there. I know that The Savannah Unokichi rivers, which you're not really that huge of a river. This fan is a big river. I guess. By most standards, folks in this part of the country would probably equated to the Cumberland are the Kentucky River. But that reverend get you've produced bass into the teens in size, and that's very unique for river bass anywhere. Around. United States really did have fish grow that larger river systems pretty unique in this no doubt due in part to their year ran growing season, which certainly adds to the size of Of all kind of fish. A great trip in a lot of regards, saw a lot of country talked to a lot of folks and they were in the myths of their art recesion, which while I was there, transitioned Yesterday into their early muzzleloader season, which starts the week before ours. Does here in Kentucky and There, dear down there, or Ari of Rhett. The coastal dear, that were the deer that we used to stock. That section of Georgia have the same tart of rut cycle that the deer in South Carolina and the coaster is over there. Hey, have they start? Ready in October there in full run in October, and that was certainly evident while we were there, we descend scatting. For some of the folks that were coming in to hunt with Scanning his two sons and a bunch of his friends showed up for deer camp. And so we did some preseason scatting and the deer were scraping like crazy. They had been seeing some big bucks already chasing does so there there. Ah, kickoff is again about a month ahead of ours, And it's interesting to study that and see the difference is that you can observe Ah! There's a big difference in the way they put in Georgia. We've talked about that have considerably on the program in the past. A lot of their hunting is done through hunting clubs, much like what Kenny and his buddies, do they they get together and it's a big social affair. Where is here? You know, maybe Couple of friends or relatives will get together and hope they have pretty elaborate tradition that revolves around dear honey in that part of the world and never About 10 of us there. In what? I will call deer camp. It was Kenny's house there outside of Millen, and we kicked The season off with a feast fit for Kings Ri Ate Fried Does grilled doves, pork loin. Um Dear Tim backs Tramp. Of course, all the fictions that went along with it, So it was quite a fun town to be with those folks. I've always bonded well with people from Georgia. They're very, very friendly. And, of course, Those that Amiram dearly loved the out of doors in. It's just fun, comparing stories and techniques and and the Talking about the differences between fish species that they have that we don't It's Ah, it's a fun time to be down there and, of course, I enjoyed it to the max. We are, of course. Heading into the period where deer hunting is in full swing. This was youth having season in Kentucky. I'm sure a lot of you folks probably had a youngster out. For a deer, honey. Episode this weekend, and I would dearly love to hear from you about anything the kids encountered. Maybe it was their first dear. Maybe they killed a great big buck. There's a lot of things that obviously can transpired when you're talking about you Season. And I love talking to the kids on the radio. Those air you again have listened to me through the years are one of the most Common comments I get about the show is that they loved here. The kids they love to hear that's talking to the youngsters and what their experiences were. Like. What Level of excitement they had. So it's a special program tonight in that regard. Of course, we have muzzleloader season opening Kentucky next weekend, so things are really heating it up. I've got some fish reports that I want to share with you and we'll get all that rolling down the road here after break. It is open lands tonight. I'm here for you to talk about what you would like to talk about. Two reaches the numbers. Of course, 571. 84 84. Or 1, 804 44 84 80 for this first break is presented by s my.
"south georgia" Discussed on WTOP
"P on 11 away Get a drain cleaning for only $99. Traffic and weather on the AIDS. We have Rita Kessler in the GOP traffic center. We're still seeing a delay in Virginia on the North bound George Washington Parkway, trying to head toward 1 23 from the scenic overlooks the crash had been in the left lane. 66 eastbound, heavy from 1 23 toward Nutley was in the long term work zone than inside the Beltway delays before Washington Boulevard, trying ahead in Arlington. It's a single right lane getting by the work 95 South bound the delays crossing the One North about looking good out of Fredericksburg into Springfield. No problems along 3 95 in either direction, South bound Route one in Fredericksburg. After 17 business work there is down to a single lane. You'll also find in Maryland 29 Cole's They'll road near Southwood Avenue delays both ways, possibly for work set up in both directions. South bound slows from Lockwood Drive in North bound near University Boulevard, the crash that was 3 55 it Nicholson Lane is cleared completely, both from 3 55 and Nicholson Lane South. Georgia Avenue near Hathaway Drive. A report of a wreck South bound root to near Route three or praying highway, a report of a crash and eastbound 50 on the Bay Bridge. The right lane of two is blocked with the work. The westbound span is running two way traffic in the district D. C. Tu 95 both ways no reported issues. I tu 95 still in good shape. Now North about in the third Street Tunnel, a little heavy getting onto New York Avenue Watch for any work near New York and New Jersey Avenue. That has a tendency to cause this delay more than ever. Cyber professionals need fast, integrated and affordable. Solution's find what your agency needs from Fortinet Federal, a trusted US government partner. Learn more Fortinet federal dot com I'm Rita Kessler. W T o p traffic and now to Storm Team four. Meteorologist Chuck Bell. Hurricane Delta is now back out over the open waters of the Gulf of Mexico and continuing its north northwestward track. Today.
Explosive charges from nurse at immigrant detention center
"Accusing an immigration centre in South Georgia failing to protect detainees and workers from Corona virus, a licensed nurse who worked at the Irwin County detention center claims that refused to test symptomatic detainees and failed to supply proper pp. She also says officials under reported Cove in cases A company that operates the center has not commented, but I says it is committed to safety. A new analysis finds minority Children
Explosive charges from nurse at immigrant detention center
"And a whistleblower complaint made by a nurse at a private prison is detention center in. Georgia. Who is expressing concern at the inordinate amount of hysterectomies performed on immigrant women they're content warning here for medical experimentation and alleged eugenics. Several legal advocate groups on Monday filed a whistleblower complaint on behalf of a nurse at immigration customs. Enforcement Detention Center, documenting jarring medical neglect within the facility including refusal to test detainees for Corona virus and into the rate of hysterectomies being performed on immigrant women. The nurse Don Wooten was employed at the Irwin County Detention Center in Georgia which is operated by LaSalle corrections private prison company. This complaint according to law and Crime was filed with the Office of the Inspector General for DHS by advocacy groups of Project South Georgia Detention Watch Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights and South Georgia emigrants support network. Multiple women came forward to tell project south about what they perceive to be an inordinate rate at which women at IC- DC were subject to hysterectomies. This is the surgical operation which in part or takes all or part of the uterus. Additional, many of the immigrant women who underwent the procedure were reportedly confused when asked to explain why they had the surgery and one detainee like their treatment to prisoners in concentration camps. Quote recently, a detained immigrant told project south that she talked to five different women. Detained is CDC between October and December who had a hysterectomy done. When she talked to them about the surgery, the women reacted confused when explaining why they had had the surgery. According to Wootton, the nurse is CDC consistently uses a particular gynecologist outside the facility who almost always opt to remove all or part of the uterus of his female detainee patients. Quote everybody he sees has a hysterectomy or just about everybody. Everybody's uterus cannot be that bad. Quote we've questioned among ourselves like goodness he's taking everybody's stuff out. That's his specialty. He's the uterus collector. I know. That's ugly. She says, is he collecting these things are something everybody? He sees he's taking other uteruses or he's taken their tubes out. What in the world? We also confirms that many of the taint detained women have told her they didn't understand why they were being forced to have the procedure explaining that some of the nurses obtain their consent by simply googling Spanish. The complaint details, several accounts from detainees including one woman who was not properly anaesthetized during the procedure and heard the aforementioned doctor told the nurse. He had mistakenly removed the wrong ovary resulting in her losing all reproductive ability. Another said she was scheduled for the procedure. But when she questioned why it was necessary, she was given three completely different explanations. One quote she. was originally told by the doctor, she had an ovarian cyst and was going to have small twenty minute procedure done drilling three holes in her stomach to drain the cyst, the officer who was transporting her to the hospital on the other hand told her. She was receiving a hysterectomy to have her womb removed when the hospital refused to operate on her because of covid. She was her cheek protests came back positive. She was transferred back to is CDC and the IC CD's sooners said, the procedure she was going to have done was just having her vagina dilated and some tissue scraped off. Another nurse told her then that the procedure was mitigate her heavy menstrual bleeding which the women never experienced when she explained that the nurse responded by getting angry and yelling at her. No other major news outlets by the way are reporting on the story as yet, and this allegation is not invested or investigated but even though it's developing at this point, I wanted to get it out to you.
Georgia prison riot leaves two guards, three inmates injured; facility remains on lockdown
"South Georgia prison on lock down after a riot to the right broke out at where state prison your way cross where two guards were stabbed, and officers deployed so called non lethal ammunition on inmates. The injuries to the guards are described as non life threatening. Three inmates also injured. They'll be okay. During the incident, A golf cart was set on fire. Several windows broken no major damage to the prison. The incident now under control.
Three Georgia men accused of murdering Ahmaud Arbery plead not guilty
"Have been entered against three white men who police say took part in the highly publicized killing of a black jogger in south Georgia. The three white men, including a father and son, charged with the February 23rd murder of Ahmad are very pleaded not guilty during it. Arraignment hearing suggestions suggestions court court Entering Entering that that not not guilty guilty pleas, pleas, 25 25 year year old old black black man man was was fatally fatally shot shot while while jogging jogging and and coastal coastal Brunswick, Brunswick, Georgia. Georgia. The The incident incident that that was was videoed videoed on on a cellphone became a Touchstone in the protest over racial and social injustice in the US Jim
'Just sometimes stop talking': Atlanta Mayor says Trump tweets making anger over George Floyd worse
"The mayor of Atlanta says president trump's comments and tweets or inflaming violence as protests continue Alex Helmick of member station WHB E. has more president trump has blamed democratic governors and mayors for not being tough enough on demonstrators and threatening that the federal government including the use of the military is an option Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms told CBS's face the nation that the president is making the situation worse we are beyond the tipping point in this country and that his rhetoric only in the plane sat in he should just sometimes stop talking bottoms also said she had no faith in the department of justice which is investigating the case of Ahmad armory the black jogger killed by two white men in south Georgia who weren't arrested until a video of the shooting went
"south georgia" Discussed on KCRW
"The solidarity trial the patients have been randomly assigned to be treated with hydroxy clerk wind which is a malaria drug or three other experimental covert medications only the hydroxy clerk one arm of the trial is being put on hold officials with the WHO's Hey they're acting out of an abundance of caution the next week they plan to look at the data they've collected so far to see whether the higher death rates described in the lancet are also happening in their study the review panel will also check on seven other similar studies Jason Beaubien NPR news Americans are paying tribute to those who have lost their lives in America's wars though this year's Memorial Day is dampened by the loss of nearly a hundred thousand deaths in the U. S. the the global coronas virus pandemic is going to total nearly two hundred fifty thousand lives worldwide in some cases scaled down ceremonies were held today president trump has abated in a wreath laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery along with vice president Mike pens and defense secretary mark esper democratic presidential contender Joe Biden visited to veterans memorial in Delaware California's clearing the way for in store shopping to resume statewide as well as church services with some new restrictions NPR's Duane brown has more from Los Angeles California was the first day to issue stay at home orders in mid March to avoid spreading the corona virus now it's among the last to fully loosen those restrictions for about forty million residents the California department of health says churches can resume in person services but limited to a maximum of one hundred people must wear face masks and skip the collection plate under new safety guidelines and retailers can now reopen with in person shopping after launching curbside pickup but that does not include hair salons barber shops or nail salons which fall into a higher risk category Duane brown NPR news Los Angeles Missouri's health directors responding with alarm to photo showing people packed in a pool at the lake of the Ozarks with most not wearing face masks or practicing social distancing lake which draws people from as far away as Iowa and Arkansas is also popular with people from St Louis city and county which together account for more than half of the state's crime virus cases juries help director says such behavior could have quote long lasting and tragic results they've been six hundred and eighty one covered nineteen deaths in the state so far stocks rose in Europe today U. S. financial markets are closed for Memorial Day this is NPR Italy despite some recent signs of improvement says it's covered nineteen death toll nearly doubled today from the previous day with ninety two deaths according to the country's civil protection agency still that's a major improvement over previous spikes since Italy's gonna virus outbreak first came to light in February totaled nearly thirty three thousand people have died there one of all in government sources are confirming today that a thirty five year old Guatemalan migrant awaiting deportation back to his homeland died of coronavirus complications in Atlanta hospital Maria Martin reports he detention and Stewart Georgia since February what about US foreign ministry confirmed that Santiago budget or schlock passed away Sunday in an Atlanta hospital his detention began late February as he waited to be deported back to what Amala on April twenty eighth he tested positive for corona virus at this point the watermelon counselor became involved trying to contact his family according to a foreign ministry statement about the notion lock died Sunday despite quote every effort to save his life the thirty five year old migrants health condition was aggravated by diabetes in recent months what about US government has suspended some deportation flights due to the high number of deported migrants who've tested positive for covert buying team for NPR news I'm Maria Martin while far fewer people on the roads car thieves do seem to be getting around in places like New York and Los Angeles crime statistics show vehicle breaks in break ins and other kinds of theft up by double digit amounts compared to the same period a year ago on Forsman says it's because so many cars are parked in streets and driveways I'm Jack spear N. P. R. news support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include the estate of Joan B..
Guatamalan ICE detainee held in South Georgia dies from COVID-19
"There one of all in government sources are confirming today that a thirty five year old Guatemalan migrant awaiting deportation back to his homeland died of coronavirus complications in Atlanta hospital Maria Martin reports he detention and Stewart Georgia since February what about US foreign ministry confirmed that Santiago budget or schlock passed away Sunday in an Atlanta hospital his detention began late February as he waited to be deported back to what Amala on April twenty eighth he tested positive for corona virus at this point the watermelon counselor became involved trying to contact his family according to a foreign ministry statement about the notion lock died Sunday despite quote every effort to save his life the thirty five year old migrants health condition was aggravated by diabetes in recent months what about US government has suspended some deportation flights due to the high number of deported migrants who've tested positive for covert buying
"south georgia" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"I want to begin with the story. Down in Brunswick Ahmad Aubrey being killed. Have you? I don't even want to watch the video? I read what happened in the video. This is not a good situation in fact I I will tell you. I got an email from a listener from Brunswick he doesn't live down in Brunswick now but he's from southeast Georgia and he is his name. Is Greg Mcmichael? The shooter in the RB case is also Is Gregory McMichael and Greg? Mcmichael and his family are getting death threats and harassment Because he shares the same name as the older gentleman who gunned down Al-matar armory I. I've got a I. WanNa be careful how I tread here because we do need the disclaimer. Front We have seen situations in the past where. Youtube Video Camera. Video video has shown us something that looked outrageous and it turned out later not to be in. So you need to have that upfront This is the outrage comes based on what happened and also on a youtube video that corroborate what happened and we have seen situations in like this in the past and and so I want to say that Upfront Front to say I have not watch out. I don't like to watch these videos on that stuff in my head but I have talked to plenty of people who saw the video who I respect including people in law enforcement and there's just no other way to explain this. Then what would back in the day be to as a lynching horrific horrific stuff? A young black man is jogging down the road and two men chase him are yelling at him begin to shoot at him. There is a scuffle in. They kill him. The older gentleman is has been in law enforcement and his an investigator now for the district attorney. The District Attorney's recused herself and other district. Attorney is accu- recused themselves. Someone else recused themselves after staking out of the position that This was a citizens arrest and and a lawful use of a citizens arrest power which is at nonsensical situation. Here you undermine citizens arrest statutes by saying in this case With this video. I'm going to have to watch it tonight. You undermine that situation by using citizen's arrest now for those of you. Let me give you the back story here there were a series of break ins in Brunswick Georgia and older man and his son saw Almond rb and I apologize. If I missed mispronunciation name Ahmad are Brey jogging down the road. The father believed that are brey was someone he had seen the night before. Who had his hand down his pants as if he had a gun. They concluded that he was probably the person responsible for the break. Ins and wanted to ask them questions and they began to pursue him as he was jogging. He had a regular routine of jogging of of running. He was not running from anything. He was running as exercise and the man and his son stopped. Tried to stop Aubrey. They were armed. They wanted to make a citizen's arrest. They wound up shooting and killing our brain. A scuffle you can see in the video. Aubrey Punching Trying to defend himself There's a shot another shot. He ultimately he's wearing a white t shirt. You can see in the video. The shirt begins to be covered in blood as he falls back and is inexcusable. Taking justice like that in your own hands believing yourself empowered to do that and they didn't arrest the guy one member of of One prosecutor defended as As the use of of a of a citizens arrest now this young man is dead in his family. Wants Justice. If you've ever read the book praying for Sheet Rock You know about the the racial problems down in southeast Georgia McIntosh County Glenn. County like There there is a history down. There had to read that book. I want to say I read that Bulkin Highschool and then had read it again in college It's actually a very good book. Praying for sheetrock but let let's not deny that there is still racial injustice in the world You know I'll I use this anecdote so much but you know Roland Martin who is at CNN with me for a while. I remember you know so I I grew up in the Middle East. We didn't have race relation issues in the Middle East. There were one black family. The school with us most of the kids were American or European Canadian. Lots of Canadians Pakistani there was one black family ultimate. I think being two black families and we race was something that it didn't really come up at. I knew it in the abstract having Been Born in Louisiana I I remember distinctly when I was probably six years old we had flown from Amsterdam to Houston on her way back to Louisiana and I distinctly remember my sisters and me pointing out that there was a black person in the airport. We hadn't seen one in Winston black person and in over year and so I'm mindful with myself that I'm the there's a I I have to work on this. It's an abstract issue for me having grown up in the Middle East Then to rule Louisiana I graduated from High School Where I was in a class that was majority black but it just it by then. It really wasn't an issue and coming and going to school At Mercer it just it wasn't mercer was of course one of the first private schools in the south to integrate proudly so so I'm more and more mindful that there are a lot of friends of mine who don't recognize that there are still problems. Not everyone is racist and I sometimes think the left tries to weaponize. These you like I think is very unhelpful. On the left To pursue these claims that somehow Republicans are systematically trying to deny people the right to vote When there's really no evidence of voter suppression any more than there is rampant voter fraud in the country and both sides. Try to believe it and it turns into racial issues. Inevitably in it undermines the whole thing but there are still racial issues in this country. There are still if you're white in this country. The odds of you getting pulled over by police on the interstate is actually less than if you're black driving the same car in the same way. That's just a fact And there's no reason to dispute but a lot of people do they get very defensive of it It's it's not to say. Police are racist or anything like that it. It is just a a situation in this country that we have to deal with. I have a friend of mine. Who when we go anywhere. He prefers me to drive Because he says the outer we're going to get pulled over if drives and we get so tribal on these issues that we oftentimes don't recognize this meat. A roll it. I I remember where it really hit me as a CNN contributor in two thousand twelve role in and I were in South Carolina for the Republican debate we were staying at the Big Marriott in downtown. Columbia. We'd actually we'd be gone to Charleston for the debate. We drove up to Columbia for another event of. We're in the same hotel with Mitt Romney and his family and Roland and I were doing a live broadcast bar in Columbia. He didn't drink. I did and he was. He was driving and we were waiting for the car to be pulled up and These tourists came up. We were both in suits and they started hand enroll in their luggage. They were Asian tourists. They were American. But it just struck me. Wow and there have been incidents like this law. The way I distinctly remember being in New York City standing outside the Hotel Monaco near Chinatown in Washington. Dc and there was a man out there by knee who is trying to hail a cab. Who WAS BLACK? And they wouldn't stop for him and I raised my hand and they stop for me and I gave him my cabin and the cabdriver protested I. I've had these little moments in life where I've seen these sorts of things happen and their things. I try to be mindful of like for example. The the protesters the lockdown move many of them carrying firearms Rifles if that was a black lives matter protests In the Michigan capital where they were armed. I think a lot of the people who were Who who were commending. The protesters for showing up with arms probably wouldn't view it the same way and they would nuance and try to distinguish and say was named. But everybody's got the right to keep and bear arms. And so I see this case down in southeast Georgia in frankly. I'm a little bit encouraged by the number of people on the right who are as outraged by it as people on the left and I got a real concern and fear that people are GonNa try to capitalize on that and politicizing and I hope it doesn't get that way there is of course this concern of the rush to judgment. We don't want a rush to judgment but they're still there needs to be a judgment. Justice does need to be done in. This is a tragic situation. It is nice though to see the uniform outrage and outrage over lack of charges outrage over lack of arrest outrage that the district attorney feels the cease to go to a grand jury as opposed to being something that the the district attorney himself could could overseeing arrest in press charges but at least the process is working we can see the flaws in the process. And it's working. We should be outraged over these sorts of things you know one of the the had this fantastic class on the prophets in seminary And how the professors just he was fantastic. And we spent a good bit of time on Amos which is really. It's become one of my favorite books in scripture. May there's so much in there and a lot of conservative INGELA goals they try to avoid Amos these days because so many of the Social Gospel left wing. People don't really believe the Bible but like to to selectively Pick from it for their causes Ah that there's so much in there. In in in Conservative evangelicals they see the social justice people trying to decide Amos and they kind of avoided but but justice is a real thing and justice is something that that all of us should pursue justices. Not Partisan Justice is blind. Justice is is about delivering That which is due for penalty underlaw. You know I I I actually take comfort in the doctrine of hell because there will be people who escaped justice in this lifetime. Who I know won't Escape Justice in the next lifetime and I it's not a for us to worry about it but it is up to all of us. I think to have an obligation to seek justice and there's a young man who is dead down in Brunswick Georgia whose family is seeking justice and had there not been the outrage. Had there not been the youtube video and had there not been national exposure? They might never have gotten justice and so I would tread carefully insane. People are thus far politicized. I have a fear that people will but I think we also need to recognize that had the exposure not happen to begin with there might be no justice in this case and maybe there are there may be there is more and if so then we have an obligation to get that as well to to avoid the shooter in his son being unfairly besmirched in smeared. It doesn't look like there will be it. Looks like it is what it is and and justices demanded of this and I'm sure the media will sweep in and the media will make it all all just even more CD than it needs to be but I would still keep my eye on the fact that just needs to be done in situations like this and it's unfortunate that so many of these cases require media exposure in youtube videos national outrage to get justice done we should all be in search of justice. News an in-depth analysis from Eric. Erickson live five days a week and always online at the research. Resurgent DOT.
"south georgia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"FEC filings between two thousand nine in twenty sixteen the New York senator has spent more than eighty six hundred dollars a junior's cheesecake in New York the democratic many of the giving them as gifts and using them for friendly wagers when someone wants to bet something you know for Brooklyn thing verses a Wisconsin thing well enjoys any of the flavors his press secretary admitted plane allow Schumer to really savor their juniors recipe Schumer said so I say to the New York Post another's guilty as charged and correspondent dean at me which you know some of us by the way the really really into a good donuts don't always wanna leave the house on a Sunday morning to get one I get it starting on the twenty ninth Krispy Kreme says it's rolling out a national donut delivery service bringing donuts right to the doorstep of households all over the country trouble is though most of us probably won't have access to this the you apparently have to be within ten miles of one of their locations and the closest Krispy Kreme to us here in Massachusetts I did look it's either in socle main or over at Mohegan sun in Connecticut so still good to know if you're travelling and maybe need a bit of a pick me up speaking of delivery there's a pack of dogs in a town down in Georgia that's making it pretty complicated it's a prevalent problem dogs that hate the mail man it's become such an issue in south Georgia one mobile home park is no longer getting mail delivered a loose dog at transit low mobile home park in Glynn county bit a mail carrier in December so badly it tore a ligament in her foot the Brunswick news says since then mail delivery has been halted there are seventy six homes in the park residents now have to go into town to pick up their mail the employee has still not returned to work Wendy Gillette CBS news six fifty seven we're following police activity in Stoughton tonight the latest at the top of the news at seven it's often the things you don't see that matter the most like peace of mind and warranty that covers your roof for fifty years long bruising dot com never miss out on the latest BJ seals download the BJ's app and start shopping.
"south georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Two hours they needed to get into and through into your gate three domestic checkpoints main north and south are reporting wait times between fifteen thirty minutes this morning transaction is meteorologist Brad Nitz is your guess rain or weather here in Atlanta it won't affect flying but it could not the parts of the country and that you would get some isolated showers here often on light to moderate rain in the metro area now that's actually lifting to the north with a little bit of a break in the action a low in the middle and south Georgia and that's gonna live north meeting will have us some dry hours here mid to late morning and early afternoon but off and on showers I returned it later this afternoon into this evening will top out at fifty five degrees today it'll be breezy gust twenty five to thirty miles an hour and it all diminishes the wind and the rain that late this evening and overnight so we dry out for Tuesday morning low forty eight mostly sunny with a high of sixty five tomorrow as we head into Christmas day morning low forty four Wednesday partly cloudy with a high of sixty four love cool mornings a comfortable afternoons that's coming up in the five day forecast for Thursday and Friday right now forty nine degrees on Peachtree street I tell to action news meet all just bread nets ninety five point five W. as to see on the look out for license plates that Sir aren't from Georgia heading into and through our city this holiday week specially today let's get a check on the interstate to more dumb terminal they may be a little bit less familiar whether driving over there so does this happen it happened because of that also be careful of the side roads really the biggest pro that it had a problem with trees down that still affected as Briar cliff road just north of door to cater to your every university.
"south georgia" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Chris. Wallace didn't go so well for him. We gotta get there. But before I do I just can I comment as an aside. I made the mistake while we were in commercial to check out the weather and Ken Winter. Make up its mind. So it's fifty four here in making right now in Athens. It's fifty four in Blue Ridge fifty-seven Clarksville it's fifty to fifty seven it all to basically a fifty four Jasper fifty nine Rolm. It's it's in the sixties. All over South Georgia Valdas Vijay's fifty five but south Georgia. It's it's in the sixties right now and I'm looking at this and it says that the high today here in making where I am is seventy three degrees this afternoon and then tomorrow. Ninety percent chance of storms sixty eight thirty four for low and by Wednesday. It's going to be in the twenties again. We're we're all going to die of pneumonia. I mean we in my house. Everybody in my house has had the the sinus congestion and cold. It's I've been miserable. The weather cannot make up its mind. Can we get some thorazine or something to calm. The effects of the weather schizophrenia. So I just weather weather in the south next week summer and then on Christmas Day it'll be cold maybe we'll see okay back to James. Call me and Chris Wallace to know all of this all all of what everything that we're talking about here. Did you know that in fact the steel report was the key.
"south georgia" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Sad fact is races have been providing the margin of victory for many Republicans since Nixon in his so called southern strategy which was kind of soft form of racism that didn't used in war that you know moderates could feel feel okay about voting for Nixon so I'm not saying that all conservatives Republicans are racist but I'm saying is simply a statistical fact racist or the margin of victory for a lot of Republicans since Nixon he's the guy that perfect and of course here's another sad fact both Nixon N. trump are really more elitist than race I mean follow up in the fifties I am sorry Nixon the fifties was regarded is definitely a moderate on race it was only in his nineteen sixty campaign in fact most of the of blacks in America we still voting Republican you know from from you know back with the PLO and excellent yeah and so it was only the nineteen sixty election win when Martin Luther king was arrested and put in this this horrible jail in south Georgia and and may well have been you know killed there and and and the other all these appeals to do something and Nixon he wouldn't speak out he was vice president of the time and running against John Kennedy for president exactly it vice president Nixon who had the power to do something you know because the federal marshals to get a matter this is something that was a step for betraying eight didn't care if he did and that was a big switch but but but but the sad fact is Nixon in turn to racism you know for both the same way people forget I think I've heard just on TV the other day and it reminded me top used to be really big with all the African American rappers in America they would mention him in their songs they would hang out with them even dated of of of of of black Americans need forces so for them I mean it it's just a cold calculated strategy for.
"south georgia" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"Just. Doesn't need more tequila more Jose Cuervo Margarita mix or more triple sick. And that's the go-to recipe for my Margaritas at the Brooklyn school ranch. It took me a long time to spit that out. I don't know why I was so discombobulated I think at influenza is up in my brain and causing me a few problems. But anyway, nonetheless, let's move onto the next question. It's funny. When isn't that funny question? But dude says hey, Steve. Wow. You dogs female I'm gonna get me a dog. But I just wonder if the female is better, companions and males. Thanks nad. Well, I'll tell you what nad I had a couple of male dogs at oh, oh Sam the white pit bull which I rescued in South Georgia way back in the day. And he was a dog that was pitching with me. And a lot of the Debbie photo shoots. It I did. And Sam went from South Georgia to Texas ended up when he died. In California and dog was with me for a long time. And then I met my wife and she had a male lab lab mix, and she'd rescued in a female, and then I bought a Hershey from a buddy of mine, and she's a female, and we've found moolah by fluke and she ended up being a female. So it was really more of a coincidence that we have all all female dogs. But for me for my money man, into I just prefer female dogs because men I'm like, I kind of baby Monagas and rub all over mama real dog person pretty affection. So I guess I feel better about rubbing on a female dog. I dunno kooky or whatever. So I'm just more partial to females man. And so people just by all males. And I think they're both. It's fifty fifty it's six and one and a half a dozen other. I don't think he wants about another people get them for different reasons, if I was going to give me a pure guard dog per se, I'd probably go with the mail. You know? But I'm not knowledgeable enough about dogs to say, you know, if one of one gender is better than other. I simply prefer, you know, having female dogs. But remember if you decide to get a dog, you've always got to understand the commitment, and dedication and time that it takes to have an animal with respect to exercise and the dog medications all the shots. How's it going to impact your lifestyle if you travel if you have a family, that's one thing? But if you had an apartment that's a whole 'nother thing so Amen for any people out there thinking about getting a dog. You know, you gotta think long-term how this dog is going to impact your life. Because there's one thing. I can't stay in is when people get the big idea. Hey, it'd be great to have a dog until he actually get that dog, and you realize responsibility, the responsibility that goes with owning a dog. It might be good for you to just to sheltered dog for a little bit. And see that you know, how that impacts your life, and you can help someone out in the process help dog out in the process while you're doing research. So I might suggest that to you. But anyway, let's move on down the road. Hey, Steve, I'm a thirty three year old man who just seven a stroke, and I've lost a lot of mobility on my left side. I was listening to both the podcast while in the hospital room. I know it's going to be a long road back to one hundred percent, but I'm too fucking stubborn to quit. No one. Can stop me. I have a wife and a baby on the way. Can I get a little stone cold verbal motivation from toughest son of a bitch and the WWF? Thanks..
"south georgia" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Also every story when it involves fishing comes back to Moby, Dick and the pursuit of the great wave. Why? Because it's there because you survived because man throws himself into the seas into the deep and returns, a new book last man off a true story of disaster and survival on the antibiotic sees the author has Matt Lewis tells a next essential survival see story fishing story at the at the same time, not Wales this time this is the twentieth. Set late twentieth century, but near to Wales. Matt a very good evening to you. And congratulations. I begin our tail as you arrive at a place called South, Georgia island. This is twenty two April nineteen ninety eight you're a young, man. And before I ask you how the heck you got onto a fishing vessel. With your degrees from Scotland from Aberdeen Scotland your first glimpse of South, Georgia exp. Plane what you saw and the marvel of those ten thousand peaks good evening to you. Great to be with you. I think when we saw Georgia for the first time we've been at safer. Two or three weeks? So just staring at endless shifting wave Georgia when he was just a very welcome sight, beautiful island. You right. Ten thousand feet hall, and they they just rise straight out. The glossy is coming down between the peaks and being into the bays is a beautiful place and you plunge it's one hundred twenty mile Long Island, and they're about less than twelve people on it at any one time, and you're plunging into the bay where generation several generations, maybe, you know, ten generations of fishermen of plunged before we don't know. And you see relics on the beach. What do you see that? I know I did Georgia with a big hundred twenty miles long, and we didn't. Into King Edward cove. And they're in front of us with the old abandoned whaling station of grip and speak rusting sheds and the old abandoned well catching by just law. Rusting away in the shallows, and you can actually see the the the slips where the way pulled up at the water speed to be called the Paul because the whalers were there. And then the sealers were there. And now Matt his there on a as a member of the crew, he's a special member and observer on the sitter, the sooner Harvard sales into the harbor it anchors, and it's to pass inspection by the master who is the harbormaster. And what is inspection mean? What what why do they have to stop at such a a forsaken place to be to be checked off Georgia's place the victory that we were going to be working on? Quite control to the boat to pick up a license phone, South, Georgia. Gordon little this album came to inspect the button, just make sure that everything was standard that they had the right equipment mostly in South Georgia. They're worried that you're not gonna worried about the albatross deliver on the island. It can be cool and Dr. They're trying to make sure that you equipment to make sure that doesn't happen. There's a detail on board. It looks like you have to cap the cap captains bubbles and boaty their thirty eight men on board including Matt and the captain's, but there's a third man Bjorg VIN. And this is a fraud. What is it? To me the gambled and be introduced to to the skin bubbles. And and to the fish must've, both then is extra here. Been and he'd been on board. I was told as pay the captain. So basically he was just fishing ticket to to keep legal at the. Qualified to take that that onto the high seas. So they. Oh. To to bring on his qualification. And they were worried that the harbormaster might sniff that out, but he didn't. And I don't know. Maybe they were worried that the the. The before. Because. A checkered history. In other words, they'd been poaching and fishing waters. Previously. Let's introduce the boat because a thirty eight men on board. It's the suitor hobbit out of Cape Town mad is a graduate of of Scottish college in marine biology, and he has waited for his chance. Now, he's what are you? You're you're going to be twenty four years old on this voyage. So you're twenty three almost twenty four years old. And you take this opportunity to go to see why what did you want to be out there because you were on board as an observer? You just out of university. Looking kid first job? I and. And when somebody offers you the chance to go work on a fishing, but big adventure in the Southern Ocean right down by Cullen. You know, you don't take that chance. I don't think I realized it's hard.