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Roger Stone Is in Studio! (And He Looks Great)

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:23 min | Last month

Roger Stone Is in Studio! (And He Looks Great)

"Am so happy to have Roger Stone in the studio in New York, roger, I was with you last at Mar-a-Lago to hear president Trump announced that he is running for president in 2024. And I was thrilled when we were together to learn that you would be in New York. I said, you've got to come on the program. You've got to come into the beautiful studio and try to wear something nice. And thank you for wearing something nice. I had to think about it a lot, but. Well, I was intimidated this morning. I was in a big hurry and I thought, oh, for crying out loud Roger Stone is my guest. I gotta wear something. I don't know. As you know, the whole point of this is, what they call special. It's an Italian word that connotes that you didn't think at all about what you're wearing. You're through it together. And it happened to look great. Look, look, there's buttons missing. I mean, what a mess. It's a little too much spitzer. But honestly, there's so many things I want to talk to you about, but let's just go back here. So you have been persecuted by Mueller, what a bum. I have to tell you these people, I just blows my mind that they have been allowed to have the power that they have had. You mentioned his deputy who would not be, you said, prosecuted for what he did. You just don't think there's any chance for any kind of justice for the iceberg in terms of we're talking about Andrew weissman in terms of the illegal activities that he was involved in. The erasing of the cell phone memories of all of the Mueller prosecutors when they're under subpoena by John Durham, for example. Now, if I have raced a single email, believe me, that would have been yet another criminal charge against me. So we have a two tiered justice system, but and you see no hope for that? Well, with Jesus all things are possible. I really think at this point, as a strategist, I've always had a strategy as to how things will work out. I must honestly tell you that I don't have a strategy right now. We're on God's plan. And God's plan gets revealed to you, not all at the same time. But when God's ready to reveal it to you. And therefore, every single day, I say things to myself, well, Eric metaxas wants me to do his radio show. Once we do a show, is that a good yes, that's something you should go do. Because one of the things the lord has told me to do is speak and that's what I'm doing.

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Strider, Contreras lead streaking Braves past Cards, 11-4

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Strider, Contreras lead streaking Braves past Cards, 11-4

"You can enjoy his first career four hit game in the brain's 11 to four win over the Cardinals at Busch stadium the Atlanta DH drives in three with a 6th inning double to break open a close game pleasing his manager Brian snitker Putting together a pretty good year Spitzer strider wins on the mound He's now 8 and four Jose Quintana takes the loss Atlanta stays two gigs behind the first place mets in the NL east the cards remain 6 games ahead of the second place brewers in the NL central Mike Reeves St. Louis

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"spitzer" Discussed on Astronomy Cast

Astronomy Cast

03:52 min | 6 months ago

"spitzer" Discussed on Astronomy Cast

"And map the infrared to not the exact colors we would see if we were looking at these regions with an optical telescope. We got very used to the reds and greens of spitzer images. And it was gorgeous. And then we're seeing what looks much more like the color palette used for Hubble's pillars of creation when we look at this. And I have to keep reminding myself, well, they just shifted everything into, well, something familiar and beautiful. Yeah, yeah. It's purely an aesthetic choice. What JBD was two is really doing is just capturing images at different filters, different wavelengths of infrared light. And then they are assembling those different wavelengths and saying, this one is red. This one is blue and this one is green so that we can see it because we wouldn't be able to see anything. Like literally. Maybe you put your hand on a picture of JWST data. Then maybe you could feel it. But that's about it. You wouldn't be able to see it. It would just look like a white screen, I guess. I'd go with dark screen. It would just be a dark screen. Sure, a dark screen. Yeah. Again, you can only feel it with your hands. You could pull out your hands at arm's length and just warm yourself by the glow of a JWST image. But they have to turn them into visible light so that we can see them. But yeah, more comparisons more showing how the how these images are produced would be really interesting to me. Or at least to be able to help explain to other people because that question comes up over and over and over again. But still, we got time now. We have a good there. Yeah. Well, phenomenal. What a day. What a week, what a decade. It's incredible that we got here. And I think our greatest victories that now you will name this, you will say this telescope, we will talk about it. We will talk about the data. And as you said, when we come back in September, we will be all over the data results that have been coming out over the course of the summer.

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"spitzer" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

The Thinking Atheist

05:34 min | 7 months ago

"spitzer" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"Looking so hot these days, Seth. Oh, great. Great. That's all we need. I'm looking north for sanity and what do you give? Go ahead, John. I want to reiterate some of the points John made to go to your question. Conversion therapy are reparative therapy or I think that term nowadays is a sexual orientation change there is really the catch up term for this. It has a really interesting history. And it started off as most of the treatments we talked about with a desired help. Homosexuality was a diagnosis. This was a diagnosis and people came to therapists saying, I'm experiencing so much problems because of this. Help me, right? And that's how that's how canvas of story starts. That's how almost everybody's story starts when they get to mental health treatment. And there are people who want to help. And that's how the history of these therapies began. People who were trying to help. What we figured out afterwards is. And what a lot of people don't understand when they talk about particularly this newer issue of the disorder we say is typically gender identity is for something that affect this. But then understood is it's not that the person has a problem that needs to be fixed. The person is experiencing the stress in relation to what's happening in society. And a disorder doesn't mean you have a problem necessarily. A disorder is purely in the context of what's happening in the world. Soon after, the psychologists who originally started the idea of applying very traditional behavioral therapy will reinforce you for having heterosexual interests will punish you for having non heterosexual interest. Realize this. And they stop. Soon after that psychiatry got it out of the book. And it's a fascinating story. It won't go into here. And at that point, once the traditional venues of treating problems said these are not disorders. These are almost normal reactions to society. That is when religious groups pick that up. And that's when you start having these camps as you mentioned, take on this. For us, we never looked at this term treatment. Simply for the fact that there are no randomized controlled trials. There are no clinical trials on this type of treatment. So one of our rate limiting factors in the work we do is we can only look at things that people have scientifically studied. This particular treatment, the anecdotal evidence, and the non controlled evidence is so strong in favor of harm, there's not without any evidence of efficacy at all. Any legitimate evidence of efficacy, let's say anyway. Nobody goes on to do research on them. So we have sort of this. You always have to think about evidence in this way. We have enough evidence without doing studies, control trials to say this is harmful. The other treatments like the things we're talking about scared straight. Psychological debriefing will probably sure get to there. There, we have studies that want to say, there is it's much hard to tell. Is it helpful is it harmful? And that's the kind of work we're looking to make clear for the and just to be clear, for other researchers, for clinicians and for the public. Before we put a punctuation mark on it, you wanted to jump in, I see. Yeah, just kind of a summative comment that I think that there's an unfortunate and long history in the United States of harm in therapy towards folks and the LGBTQ+ community and or ethno racial minority individuals. And their community has improved. In some ways in this regard and there are still many ways in which therapy can improve. Seth, if you're interested, I have a pretty amazing quote from spitzer's lamenting article where he kind of walks back his conversion therapy piece if you'd like to hear it. Yeah, please. So Robert spitzer, who was a medical doctor, for example, published in 2003, an article on can some gay men and lesbians change their sexual orientation. Later in 2012, pretty soon before he died, spitzer reassesses his 2003 study and the article ends with, I believe I owe the gay community an apology for my study, making unproven claims of the efficacy of reparative conversion therapy. I also apologize to any gay person who wasted time and energy undergoing some form of reparative therapy because they believed that I had proven that repaired therapy works with some highly motivated individuals. So to me, there you have it right from the horse's mouth. It's a great example of science sort of sharpening its own knives. You know, it took them a while to get there, but that's a step in the right direction. Final thoughts from any or all of you, I want to talk agency and bad therapy versus the good, how can someone maybe find a resource to know the difference? Anybody want to start? I just want to add one last thing there. Go ahead. It's really relevant to I think your podcast in general. The idea here is the reason we do science broadly speaking is because the scientific endeavor is in itself self fixing. Maybe it's the best way I can't think of a better word right now. Self policing or would that be accurate? There's a good word, it's not coming to my mind right now. Self correcting. Self correct. Thank you. In the face of mounting evidence, disconfirming what you originally thought. The science of community may be slowly sometimes,

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Suspect charged in deadly California church shooting

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 9 months ago

Suspect charged in deadly California church shooting

"Hi hi hi hi Mike Mike Mike Mike Rossi Rossi Rossi Rossi a a a a reporting reporting reporting reporting the the the the suspect suspect suspect suspect in in in in the the the the deadly deadly deadly deadly California California California California church church church church shooting shooting shooting shooting has has has has been been been been charged charged charged charged prosecutors prosecutors prosecutors prosecutors in in in in southern southern southern southern California California California California have have have have charge charge charge charge the the the the man man man man accused accused accused accused of of of of opening opening opening opening fire fire fire fire on on on on a a a a Taiwanese Taiwanese Taiwanese Taiwanese church church church church congregation congregation congregation congregation with with with with first first first first degree degree degree degree murder murder murder murder and and and and five five five five counts counts counts counts of of of of attempted attempted attempted attempted murder murder murder murder sixty sixty sixty sixty eight eight eight eight year year year year old old old old David David David David shallow shallow shallow shallow of of of of Las Las Las Las Vegas Vegas Vegas Vegas also also also also faces faces faces faces enhancements enhancements enhancements enhancements for for for for lying lying lying lying in in in in wait wait wait wait and and and and use use use use of of of of a a a a firearm firearm firearm firearm as as as as well well well well as as as as four four four four counts counts counts counts of of of of possessing possessing possessing possessing destructive destructive destructive destructive devices devices devices devices with with with with intent intent intent intent to to to to kill kill kill kill or or or or harm harm harm harm Orange Orange Orange Orange County County County County district district district district attorney attorney attorney attorney Todd Todd Todd Todd Spitzer Spitzer Spitzer Spitzer said said said said if if if if convicted convicted convicted convicted as as as as charged charged charged charged that that that that the the the the jury jury jury jury finds finds finds finds the the the the enhancements enhancements enhancements enhancements to to to to be be be be true true true true Chow Chow Chow Chow would would would would face face face face a a a a sentence sentence sentence sentence of of of of either either either either life life life life in in in in prison prison prison prison without without without without the the the the possibility possibility possibility possibility of of of of parole parole parole parole or or or or the the the the death death death death penalty penalty penalty penalty authorities authorities authorities authorities say say say say Chow Chow Chow Chow a a a a U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. citizen citizen citizen citizen who who who who grew grew grew grew up up up up in in in in Taiwan Taiwan Taiwan Taiwan was was was was motivated motivated motivated motivated by by by by hatred hatred hatred hatred of of of of Taiwanese Taiwanese Taiwanese Taiwanese people people people people a a a a federal federal federal federal hate hate hate hate crimes crimes crimes crimes investigation investigation investigation investigation is is is is also also also also underway underway underway underway hi hi hi hi Mike Mike Mike Mike Rossi Rossi Rossi Rossi

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"spitzer" Discussed on Astronomy Cast

Astronomy Cast

03:25 min | 9 months ago

"spitzer" Discussed on Astronomy Cast

"And one of the first of the big surveys to do this was the good survey. And I always have to look at this acronym because it's really cool that I forget it every time. This is the great observatories origins deep survey. And it's a survey that is now complete, but they used the Hubble spitzer and Chandra together to look at a series of galaxies so that we could understand across a large swath of temperatures because each of these different wavelengths reflects different temperature phenomena. What's going on with galaxy formation star formation, the flow of material into angrily eating black holes, all black holes are angry, that's my headcanon, and I'm sticking to it. Sure. Yeah. And so goods was out there getting dedicated time using some ground based telescopes to pull it all together because you need that wide field image and here they were using a lot of the kit peak observatory telescopes. Then zoom in on stuff in detail with the great observatories. And quite often, when you see these image releases that are like and the funky colored blobs are from Chandra and the purpley pinky details are from spitzer and the stuff that looks like what you expect the universal lookalike is from Hubble. That's often from the good survey where they used specialized time on these general use telescopes to study one specific problem in a great amount of detail. There was a press release that just came out today. I don't know if you even saw it. I haven't even had a chance to really deeply read it. But astronomers use the Hubble Space Telescope and released survey data on 25 hot jupiters. The characterized 25 different hot jupiters and provide all the information that astronomers might need on those 25 planets. And that is just the beginning. You can imagine I mean, there are some missions I know I'm not allowed to talk about them, but there's ambitions coming. That we'll talk about when they launch that are going to be characterizing exoplanet atmospheres. All of them. Thousands that we know of. That we know, of course. And then you'll be able to do the same thing. Show me all the planets that have a rich carbon dioxide atmosphere that are within the habitable zone of a G star. Filter the database. What I really love about how this is happening is once upon a time there was the Simon white rocket called debate where they argued over whether or not it is better for the profession of astronomy to have purpose built systems like WMAP that just solved one fundamental suite of problems involving the cosmic background radiation, or is it better to have general observatories like Hubble that you build with the flexibility to take on new problems over time. And what we're finding is you need the purpose built systems like Gaia. You do not get more specialized of a system than Gaia. Right. And.

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"spitzer" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"spitzer" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"Oh my gosh, finally. And I emphasize the word finally because we've been waiting for this space telescope to be conceived and launched since hey, I'm going to read this from the James Webb space telescope's wiki page. The concept that would become the James Webb space telescope originated in 1996. As a proposal named next generation space telescope. So 1996, that was the conception, and now here we are on the cusp of delivery. That's a 25 year gestation period. And the fans of science all over the world have been suffering with 25 years of labor pains getting to this point. Look, I'm 52 years old, 25 years. That's roughly half my life. In a way you're waiting. Kara, 1996, what were you doing in 1996? Well, let me think. So I was born in 83, so I was what 13? I probably wasn't aware of this. That's the funny thing. I feel like as long as I've been aware of observation, I've been aware of the James Webb space telescope. And certainly the Hubble telescope is something that you have had all your life pressing grew up or had consciousness of it. And that launched in 1990. So think about that 90 1996 compared to 1990 versus now 2021. Here we are. Oh my gosh. Don't say that. Rough to think about. Hey, look, I'll take it though. Oh, absolutely. The James Webb space telescope is the largest and most powerful space science telescope ever built. It surpasses its predecessors by orders of magnitude. Oh yeah, in space size matters, at least when it comes to the size of your optical equipment, such as reflecting mirrors. Webb's mirror array is 6 times that of Hubble's lone single. Wow. Reflector. Webb's gonna have the tremendous benefit as well of a sun shield, which is gonna block much of that pesky light from the sun and the earth and the moon. Because light pollution in space is everywhere and you have to block it. If you only want to get if you want to get that light away and also to control the temperature, which I'll talk about in a bit, the sun shield itself is fascinating. It's too big to fit in the capsule for the launch. So it has to be folded. In fact, the whole thing is getting folded, and that's big part of this process. It's never been done before this way. You've never had something like this have to be folded, and then it will unfold in the process as it heads out to its to its orbit, which around the sun, which is going to be about a million miles beyond where the earth orbits the sun. So this is and when it unfolds, it'll be the size of a tennis court, a doubles tennis court. Wow. And width and length. So that's amazing. Webb is so much better than the other telescopes. I mean, it's optimized for seeing things in infrared. So it's going to be looking at all the heat signatures, the faintest heat signatures possible. Hubble, by comparison, its collection methods primarily were in the optical and ultraviolet wavelengths. But the infrared telescope is going to peer through that interstellar gas and all the clouds and all the dust, all the stuff that gets in the way. You can see lots of picture comparisons online of what, say, an optical or an ultraviolet, photo from space looks like versus one in which you have the infrared information. You can just pierce through so much and get so much more detail. See so many more things. Now, Webb had a predecessor, the spitzer telescope launched in 2003. So that's 18 years ago, but web is a monster compared to spitzer. Webb's primary mirror is almost 60 times larger than spitzer, and according to NASA, Webb it is about a thousand times more powerful than spitzer. And spitzer has been very, very key, very essential in the discovery and analysis of exoplanets. For example..

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California mom charged in case of kid hitting sports rival

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 1 year ago

California mom charged in case of kid hitting sports rival

"A a mother mother in in southern southern California California is is facing facing criminal criminal charges charges for for encouraging encouraging her her athlete athlete daughter daughter to to hit hit an an opposing opposing player player the the charges charges of of battery battery and and contributing contributing to to the the delinquency delinquency of of a a minor minor were were imposed imposed on on forty forty four four year year old old mature mature Shanti Shanti hunt hunt about about a a month month after after a a punch punch was was thrown thrown during during a a girls girls basketball basketball tournament tournament Orange Orange County County district district attorney attorney Todd Todd Spitzer Spitzer says says there there was was a a physical physical turnover turnover play play both both hunt's hunt's daughter daughter and and the the victim victim ended ended up up on on the the ground ground and and then then moments moments later later as as they're they're heading heading across across the the court court mom mom can can be be heard heard yelling yelling out out you'd you'd better better hit hit her her for for that that N. N. hunt's hunt's daughter daughter did did a a sucker sucker punch punch that that knocked knocked fifteen fifteen year year old old Lauren Lauren him him to to the the floor floor causing causing a a concussion concussion and and bruises bruises neck neck Spitzer Spitzer calls calls it it unconscionable unconscionable apparent apparent would would encourage encourage your your child child to to engage engage in in violence violence during during a a sporting sporting event event but but one one legal legal expert expert calls calls the the charges charges a a stretch stretch saying saying prosecutors prosecutors will will have have a a tough tough time time proving proving hunts hunts outburst outburst was was an an actual actual command command and and not not just just an an emotional emotional response response I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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"spitzer" Discussed on Astronomy Cast

Astronomy Cast

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"spitzer" Discussed on Astronomy Cast

"The crackles of high energy radiation around pulsars in the vicinity of white dwarfs that are parts of systems where the white dwarfs are cannibalizing material off of their sister and brother stars. There is all this dynamic often destructive physics out there that we see through these x-rays. Yeah, like the regions around supermassive black holes. Yes. The, as you say, the afterglow of exploded stars, the high energy interactions between solar flares and their planets. It's kind of amazing. And again, as I said, you know, in the minds of x-ray astronomers, it's the way the universe really looks. We're spoiled. We see in the visible light, but that's not how the universe truly looks. And you can see the whole spectrum. It would be the x-rays that are just blasting. And at this brings us to one of the things that Chandra does in partnership with the other observatories, but they're the ones out there putting everything together, is month after month year after year going on decade after decade, Chandra has been doing these deep observations in the x-ray of all sorts of different phenomena. We have seen Chandra mosaics of supernovae of galaxies and they'll put out press releases that bring together Hubble images that bring together spitzer images and their own Chandra images to show us this falls to our eyes color, image of what the universe would look like were we able to enjoy the entirety of the electromagnetic spectrum. And just I think it was last week, there was an amazing supernova remnant that they could come out with. An object that went off, I want to say thousands of years ago, I'm too tired to remember exactly when. But now we can see it expanding and colliding with the gas around it and it's just beautiful. And, you know, you sort of ruined my conclusion here, but because we were going to talk about spitzer, but one of the things that.

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"spitzer" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"spitzer" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"Yeah whatever he did or what he did at the park or whatever is exactly how it happened but the milk situation to pick a different drink if she doesn't like milk pick a different drink get protein whatever. They have pd shore. I mean there's tons of other tasty dreams that a kid can drink And ultimately it's like you just want them to eat. Give them what they need until they make weight or whatever but yes. She was a registered nurse and it's infuriating to think that she was able to get off scot-free completely. I don't believe her story when she says that she was asleep. The entire time because look at the history so far what we know is that she is She is willing to cover up in. Make excuses for the abuse happening to sharon. So she will willingly blame her oldest daughter for abuse or to cover up abuses that. Oh yes you spitzer and blame it on child's play and then say oh yeah. We took her to the park index. She fractured her leg. Like we don't know specifically who is causing the abuse. I think that they were doing it together. Because i i i. Don't i think you know like maybe one was more limited than the other in terms of how often they were beating her. Or how severe. They were abusing her. But i don't believe any was entire time at all. I can't see how you know. I i don't see how it just boggles brain and also leaving her. You know like trying to justify leading a three year old for an hour and a half so that you your husband and your biological child can go have dinner like you're already isolating this kid. She's three years old. Eve isolated her from the family. You know it's just ridiculous to me that they are continuing to justify the abuse that they think is a defense of their action. So yeah we did. This week has just really frustrated with her. She would drink milk and they're thinking that's reasonable and you just can like i don't get i don't understand how you guys learn a sickness together and although i will say that from i mean we obviously don't know the severity or the death of theodosius. How often it was going on. We do know that it led to injuries. But you know she had such a difficult life already..

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"spitzer" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"spitzer" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"It's not to she it I got it in the middle of like all this shit going down last year so i'll have to look it up from amazon. It's heavier terrible. So because there's no dryer so it's just water. And i'd have to sit there for a while to let it air dry but there has been you have to wipe anyway. Yeah yeah no. And then what happens when you wipe so plenty of evidence. There that shows it is very very effect. Oh he's looking for. Yeah yeah so even though the tissue is going to be tense there. I know what you're going to say the anticipation the toilet paper. All get the kind of. He's a thick amount. 'cause you don't only tears off and you you're playing with your with your but Get excuse another benefit of having a day but yeah that that wet toilet paper will be really clean. Sometimes it's not and then not just do another little spitzer and clean out Yes richer but use it like a straight up colonic though. Did you have around your birthday. That's on the mouth story or yeah sure for the salad for the dentist. Wanted to hear it. He'd be like these. People are savages. Imagine that people that come on the show. China's share like they're like. Oh yes on this podcast and people feel like we listened to that podcast. We recommend you remove yourself with for many association with them. So after i got these new products actually i thought a way listerine but in the past. I've used listerine as my main mouthwash. Now if you guys use listerine you know when you put in your mouth. it's spicy. Earn it burns your mouth. Can't hold it in your mouth very long. You can't right so you spit it out right. Well you know in my past relationship I use listerine one day before going to bed and while you know before going to bed also you know some action so you know freshly clean mouth minty fresh spicing. i'm like okay For and then but without realizing. I didn't think that. Wow wait this slice on your on your vocal do but i didn't realize at the spiciness was also going to.

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"spitzer" Discussed on Office Ladies

Office Ladies

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"spitzer" Discussed on Office Ladies

"While we are back and wow is dwight's desk festival what oh my. This is an epic prank by jim. Every single thing onto its desk is wrapped in christmas wrapping paper including his chair. Yeah when did you do this. How long did it take. What the heck. I have so much to share about this. Oh go all right. First of all justin spitzer told me. This was his idea. This was his pitch. He said that he was always talking to his friends. Who worked in the corporate world and he would ask them what's her pranks on in office. Because i think at a certain point it started to stress out the writers that they had to come up with these jim. Dwight pranks So they were always fishing. Tell me a prank office. He said that the single most mentioned prank. Was this idea of wrapping. Someone's desk in paper or aluminum foil So justin pitch this idea. We got so much mail from people asking. How did we pull this off. I reached out to randy cordray randy. He shared all the details. Of course he did and then he probably did a deep dive for you on something random. He did okay so first of all he said there was a note in the script that did not make it into the episode and it was a gym talking head. And here's how it went. Jim says actually. It took me about a week to recreate the desk and chair in chicken wire. I had to come in about four hours early and set it all up. And i think i put something in my back dragging dwight's real desk all the way up to the roof all for a three second pay off totally worth it. I read that too. I was like why. Why do you have to take the desktop to the roof. Why couldn't he just stash in the warehouse. I swear i remember us filming a tag of dwight working up on the roof. Oh my gosh. I swear we did. I can't confirm it. But i feel like i remember what you're walking from your trailer to hair and make up and you're like. Why are they putting a desk on the roof..

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"spitzer" Discussed on Little Atoms

Little Atoms

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"spitzer" Discussed on Little Atoms

"Parts of the brain the part responsible for emotion or music in the park from sponsored bill for rationality in technology and it's arguable that neanderthals didn't have that wrote plasticity to make that all important connection. Let's finish off looking at a couple of areas of what we might call music in the animal kingdom and which talk about in this evolution parts of the book we call it. Birdsong is bad so music in it would yes. It is because it does the same thing that even does it has a function so just like birds. We use music to attract a mate. Music is the food of love to deter rivals on stemmed like all kinds of music we use music to create a home more territory and we use music to crater identity of of we. Are we all what we like. But also looking at the structure of birdsong. We know that much more today through things. Go spectra graphs. Which shaw tools tantalize acoustic structure. Songs you can see how but song leaves fulmer through patterns and birds riff on patterns in a similar way to jazz musicians. Riffing on patents. Birds had what humans which it will. Some birds have not all birds which is called vocal. Learning the majority of animals inherit what their parents sing and lack the capacity to invent. Anything you a lot of birds can create entirely new songs. Humpback whales also quick example of that so we show with wales in many bird. Species inability to create fresh musical structures also but song as distinct from bird calls calls functional to that to do things like war and other birds of particular snakes soul dangerous predators but song birds with sound for pleasure and this is again hotly contested and goes against a lot of darwin's thinking or does it cause darwin fourth birdsongs purely sexual deputation is served that have a function but birdsong is more complex. It needs to be to serve function. And i think it's specious deny burs aesthetic pleasure. Why shouldn't a bert enjoy what they're doing. Just the way that we do with our music. I wanted to finish it off with whale song because it is going to step further as well because as you said not only are they able to improvise as it were but it's not necessarily used for mating. he's not necessarily used to attract a mate. So it's it's a level further on than birdsall even yes people used to think that i'm humpback males son in the spring to attract a female to when this happens that females around so why do the do. It won't theories that they do it. Because of social bonding so wave being together in a why. Not another theories of the use it as sonar to map the seabed as they sailed through the ocean floor. We won't know for a long time. And i must stress that we know more and more every day while signs his in his infancy and we should keep in mind about it but certainly because wells are mammals. I've resonate much more to whale music than i do to. Bird music is is terrific iconic to highly and it's also what what i hear in bile song.

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"spitzer" Discussed on Little Atoms

Little Atoms

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"spitzer" Discussed on Little Atoms

"It becomes the organ of corti in our cochlear in our inner ear. And we add to that so a periodic oscillations which we hear pitches but he even the way that the spiral as of pitch moves backwards and forwards between points constantly and stability and points of dissidents. If you're climbing up from the tonic aug. when you get to the octave it's the same note. Just and that's the paradox. What is doing its echoing. Experience of walking where walking periodically moves away from a point of balance some back to a point of balance. And that is the capitulated in the vary. Periodic vibrations of pitch system is evolutionary in to go back to the evolution if you travel upstream from as a pithy scenes. Look at the history of tools. So one point five million years ago homo augusta. Who makes the first by facial flint. Hand axes you can say you can tell a lot from that in terms of evolution of the brain so Because so many skills are cross modal that cross between different modalities of processing and exportable skills. If you're able to make a symmetry in a tool so by facial access to faces and the beautifully polished and symmetrical devoted to to mek symmetry and to enjoy symmetry aesthetically that would transferred into sound. It's an esthetic sense and if you transfer symmetry into sound what you get regular meter 'cause to beats in the bar which regular that symmetry and sound so it's a ferry plausible inference that if humble augusta is capable of making symmetrical tools they can also understand symmetrical with mick patterns when that napping or chipping a rock. That's with mccleary regular. That wouldn't have been intended as musical. This just work which comes music which comes off. Work the expression whistle while you work. The majority of music happened whilst you were working on today. We we see that in in cotton holidays or sea shanties chain gangs..

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"spitzer" Discussed on Little Atoms

Little Atoms

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"spitzer" Discussed on Little Atoms

"Still the tom brady will. The instrumentation is kept feddie lewis until the nineteenth century. The romantics really cared about color. So the trajectories was ever greater specificity in music notation and the countess side of that is gradually making less and less space for interpretation so if you'll performing a medieval song probably about seventy five percent of the music is in the interpreter enormous freedom in how to perform e when you get to the nineteenth century to beethoven's time the former is just a performing monkey. I'm being a bit route. Here is mechanical to. I'm not an invest enormous authority in the genius. Composer is given us sort of god-like authority to dictate. Exactly what the is is not a good thing. I'm not sure it is certainly what happens to the west little atoms. I'm nailed any damn talking to michael spicer. We're talking about his book. The musical human history of life on earth and michael you talk about a identifiable history of music. Starting about forty thousand years ago the birth of what we would recognize as a modern human. Let's go a little bit further back than say a little bit further back. Will thousand years both to australopithecus. And i or the stabs a bipedal is which you talk about having an important connection to our identification. We've music. Yeah i into size what we call music. Nobody outside the west coast music. Music is is one word for sort of swiss army knife multiple things music does and when music quote unquote crystallizes. It assembles to gay at a a plethora of elements which evolved quite independently. So so rhythm miss. I found in insects on sixty five million years ago. We know that because we have fossils of prehistoric hated it so bush cricket some because fraud. Exactly what pitch kated chirp. And i was a thousand natural actually but the first knows in history is an e..

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"spitzer" Discussed on Little Atoms

Little Atoms

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"spitzer" Discussed on Little Atoms

"Music is processed by every layer of the brain and in listening to music. We are time travelling in a very real biological sense. You described listening to music as time travel and of course as as you've already should music itself listening to is a temporal medium is just sound waves in and so. This is one of the problems with the archaeology of music in the there are not relics things that exist in the past apart from the fines the bone flu but of course as you said one of the one of the characteristics of what we call. Western music is athem of notation. Scores writing musical notes down and that in itself is there is some sort of form that we can. We can study but even that is is not as easy because notation has obviously changed and developed over the years as has fashions and styles of how that particular music that's on a page is then performed and interpreted aids so tell us something about how western musical notation has changed over the last couple of thousand years the very first notation music happened in the near east with horry in him number six which is donated fourteen hundred bc to just as the sumerians invented Script the first writing about four thousand years ago they also invented music notation. The problem is we can't decipher it. All sorts of interpretations. What who in him number six sounded like the. I completely no -tated song. We have is called the secular song and that was dated about two hundred eighty possibly earlier in anatolia in modern day turkey and that sounds like a totally respectable multan folk songs in a major in four four time. You would identify with that as a modern piece of music. That is nearly two thousand years old now. Notation as you proceed from there becomes ever more prescriptive italian-born more things so a thousand years ago. All he would tell you a contour more or less pitches. If you're lucky it didn't tell you much about rhythm.

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"spitzer" Discussed on Little Atoms

Little Atoms

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"spitzer" Discussed on Little Atoms

"Taking the bone flutes as a starting point and panning across the world civilizations and the third part is evolution of music from animal. Communication through to those bone flutes. So why do i do. I think those we have free variations three layers. They're all doing the same thing. There is one story which and it's a tragic story. it's the full form immediacy and warmth and emotion into abstraction and that plays out in the human life. because we're all born musical. You see that in the way that. The baby communicates with the parents through what's called proto conversations all infant directors speech or mother as. It's like a dialogue between the mother and the baby and they do things like imitated shadow or play turned taking games or surprise games. And what's going on there. It's the same dynamics senior jazz band whether musicians are interacting with each other along similar lines. It's a musical process. If we're all born musical what happens to us. We'll this propensity is taught out through our education system on the west tragically is the culture of listeners. Not makers the vast majority of experiences apart from you know karaoke bars or football terraces or church. We gain those through listening not through performing and business. Some shouldn't that they're all musicians. Who are gifted and as the rest of us who want and that is such a peculiar attitude. And he doesn't find that in. Most parts of the world in india will south america where a musical countries multiple participatring people. Participate doesn't matter how good you are just have ago. So what i show in. The first level of of the story is the full into abstraction and into passive consumption and this recapitulates what happens on the global dimension where music starts off in participate. Free way several thousand years ago and then music. Notation happens in the west around a thousand years ago in ten twenty among kobdo in italy. He invents stall flotation. You know putting notes on five lines and that sets in train a whole sequence the russians you start to view music as an object something on paper which we then mechanically reproduce and that splits the creation of music from the performance of music. And you don't find that split in indian raga where. Music is an active process of improvisation or indeed in giants. We don't have this distinction jazz in lots of rock and pop between the maker underperformer so very westernized idea..

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"spitzer" Discussed on Little Atoms

Little Atoms

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"spitzer" Discussed on Little Atoms

"This is little atoms. A radio show about ideas and coach with me nailed denny. Swing michael's face on his new book. The musical human a history of life. Michael is professor of music. At the university of liverpool he was born in. Nigeria brought up in israel and emigrated to england during the war in one thousand nine hundred ninety three. He was educated at merton college oxford and southampton university and taught for twenty years at durham university..

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"spitzer" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

Reality Life with Kate Casey

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"spitzer" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

"To the show is very next. Two guys will still think about your work that you made twenty three years ago big. Oh my gosh now. it's it is to me. One of the best documentaries that has ever been made. And i'm assuming that you're asked about it at least every four years when the olympics happen again. Yeah somehow or other. I'm seen as an expert in olympic security measures. Which very and i dare you got interested in film in in in that subject in a very roundabout way i on read an article which appeared in british newspaper which is an interview with one of the widows of one of these really athletes who died women gold anki spitzer and she was in nineteen ninety seven. When i read this interview. She was with the other. Witnesses still suing the german government. Compensation so twenty. Five years after their husbands died they were still doing the compensation that case was not closed and that was how i entered into this and then it became a much bigger film for political though. I can't even imagine this. Seems like it must have been a massive undertaking. Because you're calling our cable footage and accounts from the events did it seem like a massive undertaking at the time. It did but. I think i wouldn't have done it if i'd known have massive. It was going to be. I was very young. i was like thirty years old. I can have feature longer documentary..

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"spitzer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"spitzer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Todd Spitzer, says 24 year old Marcus or is also charged with discharging a gun at an inhabited dwelling. Both charges have a punishment of life in prison. More people being evacuated in Arizona as wildfires have now burned more than 100,000 acres there. Telegraph Fire south of the town of superior grew to more than 60,000 acres, as people in eight communities are now under evacuation orders. Meanwhile, the mescal fired 12 miles southeast of Globe is up to nearly 53,000 acres, and the markets are mixed, but overall flat today as they inch ever closer to record highs at close, Dow lost 30 points to 34 5 99 S and P 500 gained less than a point to close the day at 42 27. NASDAQ Rising 43 points to 13 9 24. Traffic and weather together, and this report is brought to you by Safeway's still have the crash Working south and I five Centerville Road, the off right there at a vehicle into a cement barrier over on the shoulder. CHP is that scene. Luckily, nobody injured What avenue at South What Avenue but it's going to be north. Beyond what we have report of a vehicle. It's going to be over on the left laying in the left lane with turd up cottage way and how I have a new surface Street collision. There's a non injury also eastbound 50, the East Bidwell Street north on rep. Small vehicle stalled out west bound that you got to watch out for westbound Cap city, by the way, slow getting out of Midtown all the way to the river. Eastbound looks good until you get close to the river and then you get a little build up their and congrats to all the graduates..

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The US and Guns: Can Anything Change?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

01:59 min | 1 year ago

The US and Guns: Can Anything Change?

"To the foreign desk. I'm andrew mullah. My guest today. Are chris brown and robert spitzer chris. Brown is president of the gun. Control lobby group brady. She joins us from arlington virginia. Robert spitzer is distinguished service professor of political science at the state university of new york and the author of several books on gun. Control an eighth edition of his book. The politics of gun control was published last year. He joins us from portland. New york chris. I'll ask you first the big question then. We will look at a series of smaller questions when you think of the problem of america and guns. How actually solvable is because by most best guesses. There's about four hundred million guns that large in the united states. You're not going to get all of them. So with the best will in the world and with all the political capital you might want what kind of impact could realistically be made. Nearly one hundred percent actually and takes is really the political will to has some pretty basic laws. That ninety percent of americans agree with literally from last to expand the brady background check system to continue the momentum that we have in the states around certain issues but also recognizing that we have an epidemic in the united states. Right determined five times more likely to get shot in the united states than any other industrialized country in this earth. And we have to understand if we're going to fix it. The different components of what leads to forty thousand people a year being shot and killed and nearly eighty thousand additional individuals being shot and surviving those injuries part of that is homicide hearted that is unintentional injury of kids in their home with guns a very small fraction our our definition of mass shooting and two-thirds are suicide

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Gunman Knew Victims in California Shooting 'Rampage'

John Batchelor

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Gunman Knew Victims in California Shooting 'Rampage'

"Police say the alleged shooter in the Orange California business complex shooting knew the victims. Correspondent Clayton Nevil reports that a nine year old boy was among the four people killed. The Orange Police Department says A preliminary motive is believed to be related to a business and personal relationship between the suspect and all of the victims. Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer says the 44 year old suspect began opening fire inside the business complex, horrific Rampage was going on in offices and people were dying or were being shot. Spitzer says One of the women victims was holding the nine year old victim when they were shot. That's how they were found. Police don't believe the shooting to be a random act of violence. The alleged shooter is in police custody.

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Child among 4 dead in shooting at California office building

Mark Blazor

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Child among 4 dead in shooting at California office building

"Her. It was no random attack. That's what police are saying about a deadly shooting at an office building. But they still have plenty of other questions was not random. Orange County District attorney Todd Spitzer, one of several officials Thursday, revealing at least a partial motive behind the Shooting victims were known. They were all known to each other. The alleged shooter, identified as a 44 year old man apparently had business and personal relationships with the people. He shot. Four people died, including a nine year old boy was found in the arms of a woman who was also shot. She's in critical condition, along with the suspect. It's unclear of police shot the suspect or he shot

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Los Angeles area shooter knew his victims

Ben Shapiro

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Los Angeles area shooter knew his victims

"Random attack. That's what police are saying about a deadly shooting at an office building, But they still have plenty of other questions was not random. Orange County District attorney Tom Spitzer, one of several officials Thursday, revealing at least a partial motive behind the shooting, The victims were known They were all known to each other. The alleged shooter, identified as a 44 year old man apparently had business and personal relationships with the people. He shot. Four people died, including a nine year old boy was found in the arms of a woman who was also shot. He's in critical condition, along with the suspect. It's unclear if police shot the suspect, or he shot himself. Jason

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Office Attack Southeast Of Los Angeles That Killed 4 Wasn’t Random

Ben Shapiro

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Office Attack Southeast Of Los Angeles That Killed 4 Wasn’t Random

"It was no random attack. That's what police are saying about a deadly shooting at an office building, But they still have plenty of other questions was not random. Orange County District attorney Tom Spitzer, one of several officials Thursday, revealing at least a partial motive behind the shooting, The victims were known They were all known to each other. The alleged shooter, identified as a 44 year old man apparently had business and personal relationships with the people. He shot. Four people died, including a nine year old boy was found in the arms of a woman who was also shot. He's in critical condition, along with the suspect. It's unclear if police shot the suspect, or he shot himself. Jason Nathan's in ABC

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"spitzer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"spitzer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Then, while trying to fix that problem, the cancer causing chemical benzene was detected in 29. Team, causing the city to shut down the facility and import water. The city security $2 million grant last summer to fix the problem and just recently selected a corporation to begin construction next month on a new filtration system. The project is expected to take another year to complete. Corbin Carson Ko Phi knees prosecutors in Orange County of charge 10 people accused of making off with hundreds of thousands of dollars in fake unemployment claims. Orange County, D A. Todd Spitzer says two people filed more than 1000 claims. Using a front business in Garden Grove. They seized over $300,000 in cash, They froze bank account's tied to the business. And all total so far $490,000 relating to Edie defraud. Spitzer says the others were charged in separate schemes to help prisoners file tens of thousands of dollars worth of fake claims. He says taxpayers were scammed because the state Didn't provide enough checks and balances and a tiger never changes its stripes. And apparently, it doesn't stop asking for a pardon, either. Since Tiger King Joe Exotic didn't get a pardon from former President Trump. He's hoping to get one from President Biden. The Tiger King is real name is Joseph Maldonado Passage was convicted for his role in a murder for hire plot that targeted his big cat Zoo rival, Carole Baskin, from the Netflix series, Tiger King. TMZ gotta hold the emails where Joe Exotic says he believes the Biden Harris administration can help reform the criminal justice system. The Tiger King says he believed in President Trump until January 6th following the riot at the Capitol. Jennifer Jones, Lee Ko Phi news. Ryan's gonna let us know about a crash.

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Apology at sentencing deepens mystery of Golden State Killer

Eddie and Rocky

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Apology at sentencing deepens mystery of Golden State Killer

"But they say it's needed. On the Golden State killer today sentence to life behind bars. Finally, thing justice served. Our victim now have hope. I have hope for a future Contra Costa County D a. Diana Beckton after a California judge sentenced 74 year old former police officer Joseph D'Angelo to multiple consecutive life sentences for 13 murders and 13 rapes during the 19 seventies in 19 eighties, Orange County District attorney Todd Spitzer, saying the victim's waited decades to see D'Angelo punished We met with our victims. We knew the age of the case. We knew how long it took to solve the so called golden State killer escaping the death penalty through a plea

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Locked Down in Switzerland and Belgium

Travel with Rick Steves

05:29 min | 2 years ago

Locked Down in Switzerland and Belgium

"Start with Stephen mcfeely he operates being be on Ireland's dingle peninsula in just before the pandemic head Stephen an interest in the hotel Oberland in October and Switzerland that's where he's had to ride out the first few months of the global lockdown good and. My goodness. My Irish friend is learning Spitzer dykes. Good here in the Alps where I've been for four months. Now in splendid isolation, my plan originally was just to come for February and March, but I've I'm still here right well, what does the vibe in Switzerland right now there's a positive vibe. The society is reopening. Tourism travel has started again just no we're on the same level as it was before we had two weekends where there was crazy crowds here huge big crowds from all over Switzerland everybody who was here was from Switzerland or had to be from Switzerland. They weren't necessarily all Swiss because there's lots of international people living in Geneva and Derek and whatnot but everybody from within the barger of Switzerland over with crowds, and then it just died and Monday to. Friday went back to being really really quiet. Okay. Well, this is sort of the very beginnings of the rekindling of tourism I would imagine it'll be people traveling with within their own countries first, and then traveling within Europe, and then finally international travel and transatlantic travel. Yes. That's exactly what we're seeing. The borders here have just reopened. So we're expecting Germans and some Austrians and maybe some French to come now also, I don't anticipate huge numbers like that would have been heretofore. One. Very noticeable thing in the Valley of course, there's no American visitors. As you know, the valley also is very popular with. Chinese travelers Indians many people from Dubai and Saudi Arabia would come here and they're not here this year. So there's a noticeable difference there. So the people getting the real cultural change would be the French speaking. Swiss. German speaking part of his Switzerland and not even leaving their own country exactly. Fifty percent of our guests. Last week were French speaking Swiss and it was the first time I've ever actually met those people and I would say to them. Are you French Swiss would say no, no, we are. All MOM and so I I learned something new immediately the K. The identify as swirl. They were saying exactly what you just said they said it's like we are in a different country it's very dramatic here it's different toossion either those on the do shut down it was really cool. They were very excited to see a different part of their own country. So that was wonderful. Now Stephen you own a hotel in Ireland in Dingle Peninsula and now you own a hotel in Switzerland in Loudoun valley two of my favorite places as a businessman working in both these countries how do you compare the support getting from the government and how the two governments are dealing with this crisis? Well, the difference is. Very. Big. I'm still on team. Ireland. So I want to be positive about my own country, but there's not a lot of support coming. Heretofore in Switzerland for example, within two weeks of the crisis occurring. The. Swiss Federal Council which is the Swiss government offered ten percent of the previous year's turnover and So that's quite a considerable amount of money and they offered that as a loan which was repayable over seven years. Zero percent interest. So they're not looking to profit from it and in Ireland we really struggled to get some assistance. And we got ten thousand euros of overdraft line of credit and but repayable at seven and a half percent interest in Switzerland. We got three hundred thousand. So it's quite a big difference there no-interest at all. No interest at all. Of course, Switzerland may have much stronger and deeper reservists than Ireland, but they were able to immediately come up with assistance very little bureaucracy paperwork, and they immediately got to help us in Ireland. The experience was just simply much different to the government really weren't as proactive for as immediate as were here in Switzerland. The roots here what's around her a lot less strict as well There is a two meter rule here, but I haven't seen anybody wearing masks very much, which is kinda shocking for me because I know in Ireland the whole north of is people should be wearing masks. People definitely are observing social distance. One of my friends said to me that the two meter rule has actually brought Swiss people closer together so. That is so insightful to the Swiss society. It's more difficult thing. It's more difficult thing for Irish people or Italian people are Spanish. Two meters distance than it would be for this people or maybe the. Scandinavians. I can see by home people are wondering. Is the Irish pub culture ever going to come back the way it was with social distancing whereas in. Switzerland. Here for me like I'm I'm in the Alps I'm surrounded by fresh air and. Of of lovely space and it's been a wonderful place to be stranded, I don't even want to complain about it because although I I was stranded here for four months. It was the perfect place I felt very safe. I might have felt different if I was in the middle of Zurich or something or Geneva but I felt very safe. I'd in the Alps and it is lovely and peaceful and quiet, and of course, that's what people are coming here for anyway

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Los Angeles - State Orders Cary Jay Smith To Register As Sex Offender, Again

Tim Conway Jr.

03:37 min | 2 years ago

Los Angeles - State Orders Cary Jay Smith To Register As Sex Offender, Again

"Been a change will change here coming out of Santa Ana. Convicted sex offender carry J. Smith. Will once again be required to register as such, according to the Orange County District attorney Todd Spitzer. At least somebody has their finger on what to do here. But Spitzer initially told eyewitness news the governor Newsome was expected issue an executive order requiring Smith to do so later retracted this statement. According Spitzer The state attorney general's office had taken Smith off the sex offender list back in 2005 when it was informed that no criminal records were found for Smith wonder why? I mean, there's a 1,000,000 guys with that same name, but authorities in Orange County on Ly learned Of his whereabouts and where the 59 year old Smith was and released from a mental hospital earliest months following than 20 years in confinement, so a letter sent Friday to Spitzer The state Attorney General Javier Ah, Sara, said that the department Had been trying to obtain documentation regarding the individual's criminal history and multiple criminal justice agencies. Right. Just make this guy register. What's wrong with everybody. I am and not only register, Let's pick him up for something before. Look if this guy goes out there and rapes a small boy and kills a small boy I think we all have blood on our hands right that we just let this happen that there wasn't a tremendous outrage, an outpouring of anger, so he Smith could be served with that order as early as tonight. So since his release He has moved several times across Southern California, setting off warnings to local communities and law enforcement. He's currently at a health care facility in Costa Mesa. So watch your kids in Costa Mesa because this guy said he's going to When he gets out he was going to sexually assault, rape and kill small boys. What more do we need? So while he was confined to a mental hospital, he testified, having fantasies about raping and killing young boys. He also said that he liked to go by Mr R. T K standing for Mr Rape, torture and kill. In 1985 he pled guilty to misdemeanor sexual offence involving a child and was compelled register as a sex offender. That requirement was removed by the state in 2005 and nobody knows why. But he was admitted to a psychiatric facility back in 1999 after his wife provided a letter in which Smith described sex acts and warned that a seven year old boy who lived in the neighborhood could be next. So. You're in the district Attorney's office in 5 4002 filed 20 felony counts against this guy. This guy's still out there, man. That was way out there and he doesn't even after register is a sex offenders. Tim, I do have some good news about that We are going. We spoke. We had Corbett on live a little bit ago and well, reiterate it in the in the news right now, But Governor Newsome is expected to issue an order that will require him to To register. All right. How about an issue? How about Ah, issue a requirement to put him in jail for the rest of his life on that front? Hopefully the Holy the next the next quarter hour tease. Yes, absolutely All right, But this is it's crazy. If we allow this in this country, and where does it happen? California right A

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Los Angeles - Anaheim Police Officer Charged With Lying About Traffic Stop Search

Leo Laporte

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Los Angeles - Anaheim Police Officer Charged With Lying About Traffic Stop Search

"News you're a cop in Anaheim faces five years in prison for allegedly lying under oath and falsifying a police report cops found drugs in evidence of drug sales during a traffic stop in twenty eighteen Orange County DA Todd Spitzer says felony charges were filed because the cop Dylan Avila lied and said the driver consented to the search police officers who break the law or bend the rules they need to be prosecuted and they need to be fired he says body cam footage ended up showing the driver repeatedly said he did not consent if we do not get rid of the bad cops it makes every cop look past drug charges have been dropped Vela faces nearly five years in prison if

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Los Angeles Man Charged With Poisoning 8 Homeless People With Substance Twice As Strong As Pepper Spray, Recording Their Reactions

Tim Conway Jr.

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Los Angeles Man Charged With Poisoning 8 Homeless People With Substance Twice As Strong As Pepper Spray, Recording Their Reactions

"Charges have been filed in Orange County against a man accused of poisoning eight homeless people in Huntington beach Orange County DA Todd Spitzer says an extract put in the food the man gave people is twice as strong as pepper spray it's simply outrageous that anybody would feed a concentrated pepper spray material to an individual for their own personal entertainment Spitzer says the man offered beer to people if they ate all the spicy food then recorded the vomiting and burning reactions from a distance several people had to go to the hospital the man is facing nineteen years if he's convicted as

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Washington state man becomes first U.S. coronavirus fatality

NPR News Now

01:00 min | 3 years ago

Washington state man becomes first U.S. coronavirus fatality

"Washington State Governor. Jay Inslee has declared a state of emergency because of the new strain of corona virus. The governor announced the move after following the first corona virus fatality in the US. A man in his fifties in Seattle who had underlying health issues. Dozens of others in the state are being tested. Gabriel Spitzer from member station K. A. N. K. EX reports. The man who died had no history of overseas travel or contact with other known carriers Public Health Seattle and King County officials. Also say to people at a suburban Long-term Care Center tested positive more than fifty staffers in residents there are showing respiratory symptoms. Dr Frank Rito is with Evergreen Health Hospital. What we're seeing is the tip of the iceberg. So we're seeing the most critically ill individuals usually that means there's a significant percentage of individuals of less severe illness floating around out there. The nursing home outbreak came to light. After federal officials broaden their guidelines on should be tested for the novel Corona

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Rape case to be dropped against doctor who was on reality TV

Mark Levin

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

Rape case to be dropped against doctor who was on reality TV

"California prosecutors say they'll drop a rape case against the high profile doctor California's surgeon grant Robichaux who appeared on a reality TV show was accused along with his girlfriend of sexually assaulting incapacitated women they were charged with rape by use of drugs kidnapping and other crimes in twenty eighteen but Tony recount gets the Orange County district attorney who filed the charges later admitted he hoped the publicity over the case would help his reelection campaign the new de etat Spitzer says there is insufficient evidence to prove the case beyond a reasonable doubt and that video evidence for Calchas a talked about did not exist an attorney for one of really shows accusers says she'll be devastated Spitzer is asking the state bar to review the original handling of

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NASA shutting down space telescope, infrared eyes to cosmos

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

NASA shutting down space telescope, infrared eyes to cosmos

"NASA is pulling the plug on one of its greatest space observatories the Spitzer space telescope has been scanning the universe within for red eyes for sixteen years the end will come tomorrow when ground controllers put the spacecraft into permanent hibernation Spitzer peered through dusty clouds at stars and galaxies and uncovered a huge nearly invisible ring around Saturn the telescope also help discover seven earth size planets around a nearby star it's been in decline for years becoming increasingly difficult to operate while trailing earth around the sun S. last observation is expected

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How Bill Creelman Built Spindrift

How I Built This

10:03 min | 3 years ago

How Bill Creelman Built Spindrift

"In two thousand nineteen the World Health Organization revised its guidelines for sugar intake. SUGAR IT turns out. It's actually worse for us than we thought. Too much can be deadly now. I say this by the way as I finish this delicious sugar cookie. My kids made last night anyway. The new guidelines now suggest adults should not consume more than twenty five grams of added sugar a day. Now think about this for a moment. A single twelve ounce can of Coca Cola has thirty nine grams of added sugar. That is a day and a half of sugar. A can of coke and if you go to the movies and get thirty two ounce cup you will burn through nearly five days if you're sugar allotment before you get to the credits so what to do. Well the obvious answer is drink less sugar which clearly is advice. Lots of people are taking because the last year the sparkling water industry hit an all all time high and sales nearly two and a half billion dollars according to Nielsen. And it's why the beverage out if your local supermarket is now jam packed with with Lacroix and Topa Chico bobbly Poland Springs and Waterloo in several other brands. And it's also big players like Coca Cola Pepsi and Nestle Sleet are all pushing into the sector. One of the fastest growing independent brands and sparkling water is called spin drift and unlike virtually every other bubbly water brand out. There spend drips. Water is as basic as it gets literally just a mixture of sparkling water and fresh squeezed juice which may may not sound all that innovative. But it's actually an incredibly challenging thing to make because fresh squeezed juice does not stay fresh forever and Spitzer's founder founder. Bill crewmen took years to figure out how to make it all work and along the way he struggled to find bottlers and distributors. Who would work with them but the story story of how he was inspired to create spin drift probably begins much much earlier back in his childhood bills? Parents chose to raise the family on a farm in in western Massachusetts. His Dad worked for the sporting goods company spalding. His mom wasn't home with the family and pretty much. All the food they ate was local. The fresh thing I remember most is just all of the food seem to come from our farmer or the farms around us. So you know we had. I just sugarhouse up the street from us. We had you know milked it was delivered with a huge head of cream on the top. You know unbiased tries we would make other from that. Ah I think key learning for me was just a very clear idea of where our food is coming from because it seemed to always be delivered from our neighbors abors or or just off of our own farm You know there was local unavailable and just to be clear. I mean we're talking about like the nineteen thirties or forties. I I believe at the time of this recording. You're forty five years old so this is like the eighties. This is not that long ago it really wasn't and that's what I mean. It was really a choice. And you know. I'm not sure what the message message was. We're supposed to take away from it. I would say my mom. She love this idea of being out in the woods and being on a farm and and surviving and off of nature and she was surrounded by friends felt the same way and we had almost no rules honestly we she had this philosophy. Severe that you know have fun. Do Your own thing in be adventurous. I think she's sort of thought of the farm is our playground are self expression and and I think the thing I remember that the farm land just kind of continued in all directions and farmers to the left and right in around us and even to this stay. This neighborhood and in Western mass is really still the same way it's virtually unchanged today. Do you remember how quiet it was at night. From like December to. Let's say the end of March because I'm imagining there was so much snow. It was absorbing all of the sound at night it was just silent. Maybe a little wind I I remember that really keenly and I actually think of that often because now you know in the suburbs herbs of Boston you that level of silence that type of silence. It was really hard to find. We would keep by firewood for the most part. We had a big woodstove when that fire would burn down nothing there was really no sound left in the house. Save your breathing or the shuffling of you. You know of a sibling was it. An old house would like old wooden floorboards. Yeah it was an old redman just where you imagine a Red Farmhouse Big Red Barn creaking floorboards floorboards for sure. So I guess you knew of someone got up during the night but other than that it was. It was completely silent so So that eventually your family moved off of that farm to the town of deerfield which is also in guessing western Massachusetts and you went to high school there and then to college in Washington. DC at Georgetown. When you when you got to college like when you're eighteen years old did you have any idea? What you you want to do with your life? Now I was kind of out of the sort of grasps of western Massachusetts and I was really starting to for the first time. I What I wanted to do professionally and I should mention that kind of in high school and then as I started college I was starting to work on the fishing boats off the Cape and islands of Cape Cod or or like nantucket? Martha's Vineyard is. Is that right. That's right and you know it was just it was just magical you know you're on abode all day. You're fishing for whatever you could catch. Stripe Pass in Blue Fish And so when I got to Georgetown I really really. I was working in the summers and then going to school during the year and I started to really solidify crystallize. You know what I thought I wanted to do. which was kind of try to figure out you know business? That would be interesting to me so as I was finishing up. Georgetown I took my coast card test. And then eventually I got my captains license right after graduation and Butleigh why you were Georgetown. You met somebody who became presumably became a girlfriend today. Your Wife Life Bray is is right. That's right yeah very lucky. I'm to meet my wife Harley while we are Georgetown and we started dating when we were nineteen uh-huh and so we've been together ever ever since I'm not sure she quite knew what she was getting into way back then but while I was at Georgetown. I took an entrepreneurship class in my senior year. She she got to see me Present my first business plan so I guess she had some sense devoid. She was getting into even in the nineties. And what was your business. Plan that you pitch to the class. It was called nantucket smoke house so the idea was taking smoke fish and striped bass and other things in creating a smoke house out on island we were then offer the products from all over the US turned out to luckily not an idea. We ended up pursuing Tom. But you know the Sivas planted for sure all right so so you you graduate From Georgetown in Nineteen ninety-six. And and what did you do. Where'd you go work? So the first thing I did was go back out to an antiquated and actually continue now with my captain's license in hand continue working on the on the fishing boats. You know I was probably my fifth year and so I went out there with an idea of kind of finishing that summer and then and then ultimately going out to the Pacific northwest to pursue the smoked food world or at least learn more about it and so my wife Harley was living in her girlfriend that time living in Seattle and we piled into her sir VW and drove up the coast and basically just started hitting smoke houses and asking them. You know what the industry was like today. Play kit today. Not like it would they recommend going into it and I'll never I'll never forget finishing a tour and the guy who is leading me on the tour pulled me aside and said I mean do you favor never get into this business fish. It's fire you know. It is a shrinking industry. You know it's nothing we would recommend and was that enough to convince you it was at least enough for me to second guess it and so I am incredibly grateful for that person's advice for sure and the the business idea that ended up kind of coming out of it was company called Nantucket Harvest and untuckit harvest offered smoked food items That were already being produced. Even though it ultimately long-term not terribly successful. It was much better than where we would land right okay. So you're so you decide I'm going to go back to Massachusetts. I'm going to start a business where I basically. What like source food food from nantucket and create like a mail order business? That's right who is mid mid nineties Nantucket at all these really interesting producers serves that had gotten to know some of them over the years What were they making or what? What did they produce? Yes so they had you know it's thirty miles off shore so it kind of has some. I'm really interesting. Unique products only only really only available out there. There was already a a smoke. Bluefish Pate Really Beach Palm Jelly really interesting Zhang Jellies Bay scallops. You know lobsters ice cream so our thesis was will people love these in the summer. I bet they would love to buy him. mm-hmm the other nine months of the year and we wanted to provide them with a solution to do

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