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Fresh update on "staten" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek
"Two children are dead 8 people are injured after a drag racer veered off a track at a race in Texas The event being held at the airport in kerville north of San Antonio called airport race wars two a drag racing vehicle drove into a group of spectators yesterday afternoon kerville police say a 6 year old boy died at the scene an 8 year old boy died at the hospital 8 others were injured including two listed in critical condition at least Fiverr in the hospital following his 17 car pileup on a Florida state highway Police in Seminole county say it happened on state road four 17 just outside of Orlando last night about 22 involved in the crash 5 people were taken to the hospital one in critical condition There's still no word on what caused the crash The World Series will start Tuesday in Houston The Astros will have home field advantage in game one of the best of 7 series against the Atlanta Braves who are in the fall classic for the first time in 22 years The series moves to Atlanta for game three Friday I'm Scott Carr And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg news room a bid to unionize Amazon workers at a distribution center in the city is near an important milestone where from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini organizers are prepared to deliver signatures to the national labor relations board as early as tomorrow for authorization to hold a vote to unionize the organizers say they have collected signatures for more than 2000 employees at four Amazon facilities on Staten Island A bit to establish the Amazon labor union in New York City is the second attempt in the past year to form a union at the nation's largest online retailer In April workers at an Alabama Amazon facility overwhelmingly rejected forming a union in an effort led by the retail wholesale and department store union the Staten Island organizers need to collect signatures from at least 30% of the workers There are about 7000 in four Staten Island warehouses to these Pellegrini Bloomberg radio Millionaire real estate air Robert Durst has been charged with murder in the death of his first wife Kathy durst nearly four decades after she disappeared The charges come just days after durst was sentenced to life in prison in California for killing a confidant who helped him cover up the alleged murder of Kathy durst who disappeared in 1982 Authorities in louisbourg confirmed that they have charged durst 78 with second degree murder He had not been previously charged in Cathy durst's disappearance His lawyer says durst has been hospitalized on a ventilator in Los Angeles after testing positive for COVID-19 China's economy risks slowing faster than global investors realize That according to banks including Bank of America and Citigroup they are among those sounding the warning that China's expansion will fall short this year of the 8.2% anticipated by the consensus of economists Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg.
Fresh update on "staten" discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast
"A well a real we were in sydney. you wear in sydney humid. Does people you found out. You were not only one who works with. Staten will interested in the magic. And when when did art. Because you're poets. You're a musician. You're sculptor europe painter. But what are you not. i have to ask how. How did our come into your life and was it clear from the very beginning that art and magic. Oh cultism are absolutely. May i say same for you or did that happen over time. They sort of always have been as was very talking about how i had no idea of like magic as a something that was he ever considered real by modern society in my in my childhood. Was you know my expression my way of dealing with it and i've more and more In my life. I have the boundaries between the two have really you really have become obscure at times. Do less sort of conscious ritual than i used to in terms of actual spell casting a ceremony. Because i feel like a got to a point where the magic from you know. Previous invocations in ceremonies and stuff. His is just expressing itself through me now on the channels arrived in just to do odd. And you know and i mean now. Art in all its manifestations whether it's it's painting or sculptural song oh dance or seater yet. So it's sort of like. I do a lot of different things but a sort of i feel like it's one thing in a way like it's all and it's magic and i like to explore different mediums. Been co a polymath. Which i find a funny term because some thing i'm not good at actually his maths but mostly just because you're really interested found. It's i mean. I enjoy the qualitative aspects of number sometimes been the quantities so much but the yeah i like him. I like changing media. Thought find actually creatively inspiring the adage jack-of-all-trades master none but actually find without and magic that To change mediums and modes a lot is actually in sparring. Because if i if i ever get stuck stagnant one particular mode or medium of expression than i find i can i can move to another and find some sort of fresh inspiration and then that might feed back into the earlier one or into some other mode so and yeah the cross pollinate each other nicely because You know i might write a poem. And then later used those words in a jam and they'll become lyrics of a song or which then later future you know in a play or film. It'll just sort of moves around three these different mediums and its electoral. Yes sure sure. I hear you but you also have to be able to do that. It's not that because you are able to say perform music connor guitar to say something or violin in your case which is an instrument you're using you have to be able to actually use instrument you have to actually be able to use your colors and paints to produce an image. You have to be able to to do lebron's sculptor or even to make a film. And how did you learn on that to up to a level that you can express yourself magically and artistically in it. i don't have a day job talent. okay. I don't know. I mean a lot of a lot of thoughts quite intuitive it's not necessarily about like learning techniques so stuff um you know you can sort of teach yourself or just learn by doing. I've had also had the good fortune of stem made a lot of other artists throughout my life. Who have um you showed me some techniques. And and things and i guess i've just acquired skills by by exc. Let me say. I believe you're being too mother's about that because i find quite extraordinary to be able to do all those things at the level that you're doing them. Maybe there's some magic behind you. I'm often invoking while undoing arts believe the gods and spirits Help me often. I feel like you know. I'm a conduit for for things expressing themselves in three my hands and my eyes rather than it. It's no no just me as such. But i know i may I am aware a skilled vessel for that expression so literally goods good well maybe belong to but if i get you right for you art is not magic of art is magic is that it's gonna be right. Well it it should be. I mean i mean true to me is magic. I mean there's a lot of people doing what they co op. That isn't necessarily magical in like a lot of modern conceptualize fairy a mentally orientated. I don't have a problem with with conceptual. Art and tarik has strong concepts in an obviously but this got to be a balance for it to really be aren't particularly magical in needs to have feeling as well and have soul as well as the mental. I come you know having having mental stuff and concepts and symbols is great but if.
"staten" Discussed on wellRED podcast
"Job or your fucking shit hole my aunt and that's it for by them. I don't remember now the other lines but that line. That is verbatim. Exactly what said exactly what he says. Yes now that the sequel to the market pinecone bitch. Show me your fucking shit hole. Man really sets it off. I can't wait to say that amber walking. Hey babe how was your trip. Your fucking show. The march the jugglers they got classified by the fbi briefly as a gang and so they organize the march on washington dc to protest. That which is hilarious. Do remember that happen about living in. Dc all stupid. Oh yeah they did that. Yeah but think about living in dc and like every week is somebody coming mad and then the juggle. It'd be better off. would it be. Would it be like a change of pay. Would it be off the carnivals here for sure. It's definitely a change of pace. Hey what kind of what kind of trash. What are they into like. What's the what's the staten island. Like sort of ver- there is no equivalent automated. Like what's the what is that but for there. There's like a couple of different like italian trash and that's like they have godfather posters and they make like quotes and stuff. They're just like you know they're like yeah like a lot. Yeah lot lot Praying hands with rosaries. They love that some some some nine eleven tattoos. Some towers Smoking you know so. That's always a fun. The tower just. Yeah the data. They're smoking marlboro lights. And then there's other. Trashed is like south beach. Traditional sorta like just poured like you know ignorant people but then it mostly italian mostly like italian idiots. Who are yes. Oh yeah yeah that. That's what that's what they do. I mean they they're just The fuck. I don't know what happened to like trump i. It's like trump. he was just. I don't know that guy. You know he talks like does he says he's a billionaire..
Curtis Sliwa Is Taking the Fight to the Boroughs of New York City
"Well. There are five boroughs and as approximately close to nine million people 5% live on the island, and it truly is an island because politically it is so different than the rest of the city. It is a Red island. It is a Republican island. It is Staten Island. It is the reason market. I'm running for mayor of the city of New York because against their own party leadership. They nominated me to be the mayoral candidate. And now my battle is in the other four boroughs, which many of your listeners originally what from Brooklyn and Queens, the Bronx and Manhattan. And they're all blue. I mean, we're talking an 8 to 1 registration rate of Democrats to Republicans and those Republicans who used to be on the rolls. Either they passed away and there in heaven or maybe someone straight to hell without and especially shoot, or they fled the Florida North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Virginia, Texas, Tennessee. And the exodus continues because it's an unlivable city. No quality of life. There's no zero tolerance towards crime. They vilified Rudy Giuliani, who saved us in 1993. And they view what he did as having been offensive to people of color. And yet you look now Mark you look at the horrific number of shootings, stabbings killings. The attacks of emotionally disturbed persons. You need mental health care in their medicine, and it's almost all by people of color against people of color. You mean to tell me it's a better city in this in this case? In the city that Rudy Giuliani inherited when there were 2000 murders a year 5000 most unsolved shootings and we went from being the crime capital, the murder capital to the safest big city in America. In the eight years of the Giuliani administration, and he attributes a lot of that to the help that I gave him with The Guardian Angels in our patrol in the roughest, toughest in its city neighborhoods of this city and on the
Eating Plant Based to Heal Your Heart With Non-Invasive Cardiologist Dr. Robert Ostfeld
"Love for you to share with with our audience. You've said that this is. This is probably the most powerful form of medicine that you know. Outside of you know some sort of an acute injury that you know needs yield like a gunshot wound or something like that can you. Can you speak to that like you. Eat this way to to heal your heart and what happens and as what are some of the bonuses that happened when you start eating this way short so i mean the kinds of benefits that we see our heart tremendous and so You know became plant based and You know i started this way myself as well. Because i'm like it's going to be good. Probations presumably will be good for me. Also like why not do that But for our patients the versus kind of anecdotal because we were just starting out and getting our feet lap and we were seeing patients who now mind you. These were also using medications and procedures. Necessarily those things are also important. It's really all of the above to protect people but we we're seeing people have their blood pressures. Come down very quickly with have more typical. I'm never i. And they would switch to almost exclusively are exclusively ace and their blood. Pressure's blood pressure would come down. And oftentimes two weeks. After day would start eating this way. I would get a phone call a message that you know patients. So and so's lightheaded now and and what that was was that they were healing themselves so much. They didn't need as many blood pressure. Lowering felt so we started peeling off. What pressure lowering foes in actually like. Sometimes they call the primary care. Doctor may not know as much at the time about basic tradition. They would tell the patients that go back eating how they were before to have more salt. I mean it was like one eighty eliane anyway. So we so we would see that we would see cholesterol fall a lot and usually wouldn't recheck it for like three months because like you know. See them or wouldn't check in like a week later but after like three months we would see. Ldl bad cholesterol not uncommonly. Come down twenty thirty percent and people which is great. And that's kinda like the same level that you would see with a load of staten and no there's randomized controlled data to support
‘Halo Infinite’ Campaign Under “Massive Strain” According to Dev
"Who infinite won't include a co op campaign in its forged matt building mode at launch. Microsoft has confirmed of feelings marks the latest setback upcoming flagship shooter currently scheduled to release on xbox consoles. Nbc's later two thousand twenty one three or four three industries outlined his plans via its august development. Update video on friday. Recapping the latest on developing quote. Unfortunately as focused the team for shut down and really focused on equality experience for launch. We we made the really tough decision to delay shipping campaign coop for launch stated halo incident creative creative head joseph stanton and we also made the tough call to delay shipping forge pass launch as well and quote stanton states. That team aims to ship coop campaign support via a season update scheduled for three months after launch forge is expected to launch six months after its release via season three content offerings. One priority is making sure whatever we ship whenever we ship it meets the right quality bar across all platforms xbox vices. Pc and all this different configurations and when we look at these two experiences campaign coop in forge we made the determination. They're just not ready. Staten said
The Democrats Are in Political Turmoil Right Now
"Do you think that the democrats are in trouble. It sure seems that way. Thanks so much ryan from louisiana. Wanna play a certain tape here that demonstrates this from msnbc cut one hundred sixteen. I think the democrats are in political turmoil right now. The january six narrative has completely fallen apart. Inflation is now kicking in job. Numbers are not what they should be. Kabul is an absolute mess mean. they can't get flights. Kabul americans are stranded. They are in a. They're in a very different difficult political position and there really is no way they could turn this around. I i mean. I shouldn't say it that way. But the plenty of tricks up their sleeve but the trends are going negative and they're supposed to hit their high water mark now and then. This is before all the attack ads. This is before you know trying to get rid of one party rule in washington. Dc listen to what msnbc has to say. Cut one hundred and sixteen. Oh it's just an exaggeration law and order racist bigoted. whatever. Eric adams ron's on protecting straits and police reform. He wins the bronx. He wins queens. He wins will staten island off anyone's brooklyn. He wins everything except for the sort of wealthier. Parts of manhattan and democrats have to understand. This is coming. And i don't know where mission control is on the democratic side. But somebody donnie needs to get that. And they need to start responding mission control for the democrats. That's a good question who actually is in charge. In some ways the zeitgeist spirit of the times is in charge. Sometimes it's the corporate donors sometimes. It's the actual shock troops alexandria cossio cortez and her group of rioters. That are kind of pushing forward. The democrat party. Who's in charge. No one with wisdom. That's for sure
Tropical Stork Ends up in New York, Dies After Eating Litter
"A tropical wood storks somehow makes its way to New York City but ends up eating a piece of trash and dies ten days after first being spotted nature photographer Lawrence Berkeley heiress who runs a local wildlife Facebook group says he got a call the bird was near the Amazon warehouse on Staten Island and was choking foot long piece of foam that the bird probably mistook for an eagle is a young bird and it is what it he says a necropsy confirm this it just shows you the weight of our culture on wildlife and how difficult it is for them to manage and adapt in our society he says the last time a wood stork was spotted in the borough was nineteen seventy three I'm Julie Walker
"staten" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"About when i got a call. From randy levine. And an opportunity to be associated with randy in the yankees. It took me about two seconds to seven john randy. How many games will there be played in the staten island a full season. I think jonah from right. I think it's hundred and forty games on the rhode island. Yeah i face. The staten island. Yeah right at home in seventy way. What that's a real. That's baseball league sixty five year. I think there are presently seventy players in the major league who have started in the atlantic. Well it sounds like you're really wanting to be so inculcated into the community like you want this to be a real extension of who staten island and make it. Staten island through and through. And i think that's going to be the glue that holds it together. Well kevin let me tell you what else we're gonna do we're gonna. Wabc has cousin brucie. Available tony orlando dough. Piscopo vlada concerts at the stadium. That's going to be five and not only that you know radio city musical only has six thousand seats. Well we could be big radio city. We might have an outdoor theater which seven thousand one hundred. How well people people forget. You know what i mean. The stadiums taken a beating but john. We'll get it back to where it is. And you remember chris because rudy was the one who got this done. It's magnificent stadium right on the water there. I mean it's just beautiful. And by the way i understand. The mayor is having a concert. Act the stadium. Sixty or seventeen. Randy levine of the new york yankees. John had some titas. Just new york's first person in every way sense of the word. Thank you gentlemen for not just coming on the show. But what for what you're doing for new york city what you're doing for staten island. And what you're doing for america. God bless you. And god bless your efforts and god bless Staten island have a great weekend..
"staten" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"On friday nights christine nicholas is my co host and we have a great time talking about some of the fun aspects of new york live. Coming back to life and christine. We weren't off the air two minutes last week and you were burning up my text feed going camp. We've gotta get randy johnson show on the show next week. Tell us what's going on. Well i wanted to both of them on because they have some great news to share with us about what's going on in staten island because we know that the staten island yankees were there for many years. And then you know they kind of went away with cova. Did we want to know what's going on over there at the ballpark. Which is so beautiful. And i heard john and randy on bbc so i have to give credit to john. But randy levine. The president of the new york yankees dear friend former deputy mayor under the giuliani administration. Just is done so much. Amazing things for our city randy. Thank you so much for joining us. And john cast matiz. We all know and love you know has a radio show radio show also on the station so john and randy tell us what is going on out in staten island. I'll go first. Because it's in. John hands now his great end. Thanks chris and thanks kevin. What happened is a major league baseball. Minor league baseball agreed to in effect. The change beavering that that went on between the two of them for a hundred years and that agreement used to require a hundred sixty minor league teams and now because covert and because of a whole bunch of conditions that were poor conditions and a lot of these places are the agreement. Took it down from one hundred. Sixty two hundred and twenty minor league teams and as a result Teams had to reduce the number of minor league affiliates that they had Major league baseball took minor league baseball and under its wing and as a result of that the new york penn league which was a short seasonally. Meaning you know. Single a lowest level short season we would basically Go from june through. September was a lot of players who just drafted you know. Entry level league was eliminated. It was eliminated so the staten island. Yankees in effect were eliminated by the agreement between matron minor league baseball. So you know the commissioner rob manfred how steinbrenner myself we felt really bad about that and Baseball is part of this reorganization did affiliations with former independently teams and those teams leagues are throughout the country..
"staten" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast
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"staten" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast
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Would You Ever Become a Rapper?
"Microphone. Check one two would is this. Free is back to business. Let's get right into the episode. Phenomenal question added they. Would you ever become a rapper. This is an easy one. And my answer's yes. Of course i would. I've actually written a few songs and you've heard vert some of them for some of the joke ones that i've done because i like to do the parody stuff. Staten s nece. I can't bear myself. That's freestyle or guy who goes you know can really grapple inside. So i don't. The thing is if if i became a rapper i would not be a freestyle artists. I can't come up with a nice rhymes the top of my head. I gotta write it down. And that jim gotta work here and fix it up and you can check out some of the stuff on woken free Storytime actually scott green guys hungry and that was episode one fifteen than we actually vote that together so you get a taste of both of those a really interesting display of creativity and yeah so you've got to actually show you rapping talents. Pleased out with different talent entree into it. I don't know if it was the display of my down per se. Okay yes yes. I will include the link to the episode. Guys you can check that out and have a good laugh through the day and of course for me i would say the answer would be yes in. That might surprise you. But the reason i say yes is because i have been writing poetry since i was six years old pretty much. My life began. When i was six to. Bu and it was always love as you know. I read my poem c. You get a good tickle out of them as well. I like my poetry. It's very interesting and creative. Sometimes a little bit dark little bit like abstract. And so if i could wrap in a way like i think of like not is good like lauren hill. Or like you know like it'd be my poetry to music than yes. The answer would be yes but if i have to like get out of like how i think and speak through poetry then unfortunately. I don't think that that's for this lifetime
Rep. Lee Zeldin to Run for New York Governor
"The governor's race in the state of New York is starting to heat up. Lee's Elden Republican Lee Zeldin, representing parts of Staten Island, announce his candidacy just this morning and appeared on the morning show with Bernie and said the biggest statement that could be made by voters in New York November 2022. So that we aren't stuck with more of the same where folks starting their breaking points of once again. Come 2023. The problems don't turn around. They don't correct And maybe it becomes too late for that many more. So the question becomes. Does Andrew Cuomo run for reelection? The Cuomo I know in all likelihood will run for reelection scandals. Plural
Pete Davidson Is Officially Out of His Mom’s Basement
"For more than a year now s. and l.'s. Pete davidson has been living in his mom's basement. We are in my apartment slash basement and my mom's house in staten island. I moved here like a year ago. Built this weird little basement to stay away from people. It's really hard to like upstairs like cocaine. And this is my bedroom where nothing happens because i live with my mom ladies. He is moving on up. He got himself a fancy new luxury highrise condo in staten island. Two bedrooms two and a half bathrooms a view of the water. One point two million dollars was the price tag never heard horizon and luxury in the same sentence
Staten Island man charged with scrawling racist graffiti on two Black City Council posters
"Island Man has been charged with seven counts of a hate crime after prosecutors say he used racist language to deface posters of two black candidates running for City Council W N. Y c. Cindy Rodriguez has more 64 year old raft to disco was accused of allegedly using a marker to write racial epithets on campaign posters and scroll language, endorsing violence against black people on a bus stop bench. Held in Richard's, A legal aide. Public defender is one of the candidates that had his posters defaced, He says to disco shouldn't necessarily be prosecuted, but he should be educated, instead locking him up. He's not going to stop racism is not gonna do anything in my just he imagines using us an example. So other people wouldn't do what he did to disco didn't return an email seeking comment.
Women Making A Difference In The Community
"Ladies. Thank you for joining me today here. Yeah it's great to get time to sit down with you guys you know. It seems like we were talking about before we jumped on. The schedules are crazy right now. It almost seems like it's busier now than it ever was before all running in different directions. So it's nice to get a few minutes to sit down and chat. I was wondering if we could jump in. And maybe start with you chris because There's a a very long history between our companies that may even go back and predate you some extent so back thirty plus years ago. My mom worked with richie on the It was his first location for believe it was everything. Yogurt won't think they landed on the staten island mall back. Then you know going back. Three decades plus and watching what you've grown into a several hundred acre amazing campus millions of square feet of hotel hospitality restaurants offices. What has it been like. You know being part of a team. That's grown so exponentially over the last thirty years. Well i've been so blessed to know. The nicole davis since nineteen ninety eight when i worked elsewhere awesome just i knew them as magnificent. Staten islanders and abso- impressed with them as business. People came to work with them in two thousand and eight. And since then i will say that they. They are wonderful business. People there magnanimous people. They're also great teachers. So james one of the things that's been such the the benefit that i can't list in the employee handbook is how much i've learned from them every single day since i started here If i'm being honest and candid nothing in my career or education would have would have said a perfect fit to work in real estate and hospitality. My degrees were in it But what they do is they have such vision. And i think going back to those everything yogurt days you could see it then in nineteen seventy six to say you know what the fast food market is missing healthy food back in the seventies when would to S food chain in. We have very limited offering. You wouldn't be getting a side salad. That's for sure but richard nicole tra- saw an opening in the market. And that really has been the thing that has been the game for them. So yes your mom was wonderful and finding you know working with them on that location for the mall. Their first location ever for their franchise was near wall street in manhattan So you know. The magnificent thing is to see them. Staten islanders with You know taking loans building a business through risk and hard work and building it to as you said a four hundred acre five hundred employees one and a half million square foot asset to our
Past Covid Infections Don’t Confer Strong Enough Immunity, Study Finds, Underlining Need For Vaccines
"One of the first large studies exploring immunity from natural infection with covid nineteen researchers in denmark found some surprising trends including evidence that even those who previously contracted the disease should still get vaccinated in the study published march seventeenth in the medical journal. The lancet researchers took advantage of repeated corona virus test results from about four million people in order to how often those previously infected with sars covy to the virus that causes covid. Nineteen were reinfected. Since the test results were tied to people's health records. The scientists scientists could anonymous the data and compare those who tested positive during denmark's first covid nineteen wave last spring with those who tested positive during a second wave in the autumn that revealed key findings about reinfection rates in the country in the spring two percent of the five hundred thirty thousand plus people who were tested for sars cuvee to positive among them point six five percent tested positive again later that year compared to three point three percent of those who had tested negative during the first way that sets infection with sars covy to provides about eighty percent protection against reinfection. What's more there was no evidence that this immunity waned over the studies six month follow up period but when the researchers broke down the data by age they learned that this protection wasn't uniform. Protection was only forty seven percent for people over sixty five years old. The result in the elderly surprised me said lead researcher steen ethelbert of the statens serum institute denmark's equivalent of the us centers for disease control and prevention.
Learn How To Transition Investment Properties Without Paying Any Taxes
"Welcome everyone to the cassandra properties podcast episode. Today that we think is going to really deliver a significant significant amount of value. We're gonna be talking ten thirty one exchanges by one of the best in the business. We have dave foster who's the founder of the ten thirty one investor. He's a self proclaimed deal junkie and we. We had a little back and forth banter. Going before the podcast. So i think we're going to have a little fun today. Dave we doing. It's awesome to be here. James and it's awesome to be warm you doing well. It's ask it's awesome to be here and it's not what he's he opened up. The opening bali was. What does that. you're wearing a vest. I don't wear vests these down in saint petersburg florida and i'm up here freezing my butt off in staten island new york. So you know. I've i've actually spent a bit of time down in florida. I was on the east coast. And i did some investing in north palm beach and singer island. Excuse me singer island. What's the market like down there today. Florida like every player in the country's booming it's all just booming a relative term no You know what is someone's entry point for mom-and-pop real estate is another person's palace and so it's really interesting and actually a lot of our work with ten thirty one. These days is transitioning investors from these highly appreciated areas. Your neck of the woods california where there's no cash flow of able for people that want on rental real estate and cash load. But there's these knicks of the woods. Where you can still find things that are that will cash flow from florida overpriced right from california that the floor is cheap. Thinking the neighborhood right so this would be a good place for us to jump off from what i understand. You moved your family from denver to tamper using the section twenty one homestead exemption and there's a lot of folks picking up and moving from state to state today. Can you speak to the audience about twenty one home. Said yeah. Exactly so actually. That's kind of the other side of real estate and we actually used both the ten thirty one end at one twenty one so the one. Twenty-one is for the house that you live in when you buy abuse of property move into with your family and live there so that when you sell it you lived in the last five years. It has a married couple. You want to take the first five hundred thousand in profit tax free and you get a two that once every two years so when nari tells us the national association of realtors tells us that the average person stays in house five to eight years. That means that her nine times in your life you have the opportunity to sell an asset at take money tax free now best mogollon now about half a million dollar exemption. If it's your primary residence is wonderful but the on not half a million dollar exemption over your basis in profit. You're not eligible for ten thirty one correct. That is absolutely correct. Hands the other shoe. That's about to drop the ten thirty one exchange exist for investment real estate and with the thirty one you can sell investment real estate. That's highly appreciate it or that. You deeper shade a lot on your taxes by new investment real estate and you get to indefinitely deferred the payment of the tax now james. We talked about dancing girls the beginning of the show. You better have been reserved. Because if i go to my next statement with you it's going to be all over. The ice cream is off the milk. And we're gonna have to shut it down because no one's gonna listen but there is a way to combine section one twenty-one and ten thirty one if you have more than five hundred thousand dollar profit let's say you got a million dollars in profit. You could sell that and you could take your first five hundred thousand tax rate okay. Nice but no big deal day. I want to eliminate the other five thousand. So what can i do. I step move out of that property. Go by your ex partner residents right now go read a property go to home exchange for a year whatever turn that primary residence in to investment property at it a year later. You're going to sell now. You're selling and investment property. Aren't you at. That's what the law requires. Forgive thirty treatment. So you're going to do a ten thirty one exchange but you're gonna take five hundred thousand dollars if what we would call boot. Normally boot is taxable but wait. Did you also live in that property for two out of the previous five years absolutely did so the first five hundred thousand dollars is tax-free the rest of it goes a deer. Ten thirty one exchange to go buy new real estate and you've effectively deferred or eliminated a million dollars a game index.
Child Hit By New York Fire Truck, Seriously Injured On Staten Island
"Young boy is hospitalized in critical condition after being struck by a fire truck on Staten Island say it happened Saturday morning when the child was hitting your broad and Gordon streets in the Stapleton section at around 7 30. The boy was taken to Richmond University Medical Center in critical condition. The child was reportedly struck after darting out in the road. From behind a parked bus. Authorities say the boy was by himself at the time, but they were able to locate his family and notify them about the crash and investigation is ongoing.
Child critically injured after being struck by fire truck in Staten Island, New York
"After being struck by a fire truck on Staten Island say it happened Saturday morning when the child was hitting your broad and Gordon streets in the Stapleton section at around 7 30. The boy was taken to Richmond University Medical Center in critical condition. The child was reportedly struck after darning out in the road. From behind a parked bus. Authorities say the boy was by himself at the time, but they were able to locate his family and notify them about the crash and investigation is ongoing. Paul de Castro. W O R
New York Sues Amazon, Saying It Inadequately Protected Workers From COVID-19
"The state of new york versus amazon on tuesday. New york's attorney general letitia. James sued the company over working conditions in their warehouses. So gideon take us through what we learned yes. James is largely focusing on two specific facilities here one in staten island and the other in queens according to the new york times the suit alleges that these facilities just provide good enough safety measures for the workers during the pandemic including that the company didn't adequately clean their buildings or do adequate contact tracing when people tested positive. The suit claims that amazon got rid notifications of at least two hundred fifty employees at the staten island facility. Having bid and in more than ninety of those instances the suit alleges that the employees had been at work week before without amazon closing those portions of the facility and doing state mandated
New York attorney general sues Amazon over 'flagrant disregard' of COVID-19 safety
"Is suing Amazon over its handling of worker safety issues around the covert 19 pandemic. Attorney General Letitia James said Amazon has cut corners in complying with the particular requirements that would most jeopardize its sales volume and productivity's rates. James maintains that dry for higher profits let toe flagrant disregard of steps needed to protect workers from the coronavirus said warehouses in Staten Island and Queens. Amazon had filed a lawsuit earlier trying to stop the James suit, saying that they care deeply about their workers help. And she was overstepping her authority.
New York sues Amazon over worker safety during pandemic
"Amazon, facing some controversy and workplace safety at safety, and now they may have to defend themselves in court KGO a tens. Mark Nieto with that story, New York State is suing Amazon over its handling of worker safety issues around the covert 19 pandemic. Attorney General Letitia James said Amazon has cut corners in complying with the particular requirements that would most jeopardize its sales volume and productivity's rates. James maintains that dry for higher profits led to flagrant disregard of steps needed to protect workers from the coronavirus said warehouses in Staten Island and Queens. Amazon had fight allows it earlier trying to stop the James suit, saying that they care deeply about their workers Health and she was overstepping her authority.
New York Sues Amazon, Saying It Inadequately Protected NYC Workers From Covid-19
"New York's attorney general, is suing Amazon over the company's alleged mistreatment of workers during the pandemic. Attorney General Leticia James says the company failed to take adequate health and safety measures. To protect employees in New York, for example, by knowingly operating at Staten Island warehouse with dozens of workers who had the Corona virus and not notifying other workers who came into contact with them. James says the company also illegally fired employees who raised concerns. A spokesperson for Amazon says the lawsuit doesn't paint an accurate picture of the company's actions. It sued James's office last week, alleging that she is overstepping
"staten" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"A tweet, stuff and yeah. Please check us out. It would be great our episode outright now as extraction, and we are also doing an episode on King of Staten Island for some reason. Feelings a lot like yours, but yeah, so check us out. And also piecing pod is the best go rate and review and subscribe to piecing pod gave it five stars. Talk it out all your forms in your rabbits and what you kids do. David, Rosen's star. I I feel like I should cut that little last bit out and make it my new ad that I send other podcast..
"staten" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"Hi thanks for joining the American Revolution podcast after show. Thanks to TRAE NANCE for his continued support of the podcast at the Alexander Hamilton level on patron. Also thanks to my first cell donor. Brian Lock. I also WANNA give a shoutout to Paul. Fogarty Griffin Hutch Craig. Let it and Martin who have provided generous support on Pei, Pao. I. Really appreciate everyone who has made an effort to support the show and help us through these difficult times this week we covered the raid on Staten Island and the battle of. Some of you may be fans of the AMC TV show turn. If so you may be familiar with the battle of setauket from the season one finale of the show. I love the show myself, but it is historical fiction. It's started documentary. The battle happened in seventeen, seventy, seven. The Co perspiring on which the show is based did not form until seventeen seventy eight. Own, the show, the main character Abraham. Woodhull was married and had a kid in reality at this time he did not, he was not married. He did not have a kid. Also, there were no public hangings going on. During the battle, the British did not hold hostages in the church. There were no British regulars at the battle. Although Major, Hewlett was in command on both the show, and in reality in reality, he was a Tory militia officer on the show. He was a British regular. So as I said. It's a great TV, show I recommend. Everybody watched the show turn. But don't try to learn your history from watching it. In truth, the raids on Staten Island and stuck. It did not really accomplish much of anything. Tactically, the raids did however confirmed that British General Henry Clinton's fears that he was defending too much territory with too few soldiers. So raids like this did help keep him on the defensive rather than considering any sort of offensive actions. If you would like to read more about Long Island during the American revolution. You may want to pick up this week's book. Recommendation. It is called. Lost British forts of long, island, by David M, Griffin. This book does not necessarily tell. The story of the battles fought there in any great detail. Rather. It is a look at the British defences on long island, including details about what happened the forts after the war. So if you have a particular interest in Long Island history, then you may enjoy this book. The author David Griffin works in the New York City area in the field of architecture and interior design, so that may explain his interest in and focus on Fort Design in this book. Is An obvious interest in the revolutionary war era, and has also written several articles for the Journal of the American Revolution The book which I think is I was first published in twenty seventeen..
"staten" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"As. Washington moved around the Philadelphia area, trying to get intelligence on General House Army Major General John Sullivan commanded the army, keeping an eye on General Clinton in New York City. Sullivan you may recall had been captured during the battle of Long Island a year earlier. Then exchanged at the end of seventeen, seventy, six in time to command Washington's right wing at the battle of Trenton. Over the Winter Sullivan remained with Washington near Morristown in New Jersey as Americans contented with the British over northern New Jersey in the forage war. Sullivan maintained an independent command after Washington took the bulk of the army south towards Philadelphia in search of general how? Sullivan expected that at some point Washington would determine that how was headed for Philadelphia or some other point further south? Once confirmed the bulk of the army, remaining in northern new, Jersey would march to support the main army. In the meantime sold and soldiers mostly remained in camp just in case, the enemy in New York conducted another raid into new. Jersey. Or in the event, that General House Fleet returned to New York City. Although the British had given up their camps northern. New Jersey Tory militia stationed on Staten Island still conducted raids into the area, looking for prisoners and supplies. Sullivan learned that these loyalist raiders operated from along the western edge of Staten Island just across the river from New Jersey. Totaling between four hundred and seven hundred militia accounts differ. These loyalists were not all in one place. But they were scattered in groups of between one hundred and hundred and fifty soldiers per camp. Also on Staten Island. There were an estimated sixteen, hundred or so British regulars stationed up at the northeastern edge of the island, facing Manhattan. Sullivan and his officers developed a plan to land about two thousand soldiers on Staten Island surround and capture the isolated militia outfits camped there then bring back their prisoners and supplies to New Jersey before the larger camp of British regulars could learn of the raid and react to defend the island..
"staten" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"Thank you for joining the American Revolution Today episode one fifty three. Staten Island and talk it. A few weeks ago I talked about General House decision to put most of his army aboard ship and sail out to sea. No one was sure where he would land, but most thought the ultimate destination was Philadelphia. When the fleet sailed away from New, York City in late, July seventeen, seventy seven. How left General Henry Clayton in command of the city with a few soldiers, most of whom were Haitians or local militia. General! How wanted his best combat soldiers with him for the Conquest of Philadelphia? In preparation for the removal of so many troops from New York, city, the British abandoned the even tiny tow- holds across the Hudson River in New Jersey which they had held a winter. Places like Elizabeth, town and boy and Brunswick. Although this meant completely abandoning, New Jersey the British did not want to leave any isolated outposts. That could be subject to attack. Putting the Hudson River between the two armies was a pretty substantial barrier for any army to cross. The river was deep enough at all points that no army could Ford it from New Jersey to New York. British forces. However, we're still spread out all over New York City area. including the occupation of all of Long Island Staten Island and Manhattan Island. This was probably about two thousand square miles of land, being guarded by only a few thousand dollars. With, the departure of House fleet, even holding that New York City area left some units relatively isolated and in areas, potentially vulnerable.
"staten" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"Everything to us If you've never read backstory before you could read, is on a desktop or a laptop backstory done that, or you could use your credentials from backstory dot net in on an IPAD and reduce there as well. We prefer. If you're going to subscribe that you get your subscription at backstory, dot net, and then go onto the IPAD. Is that keeps things staying with us a bit more, but we have a lot of great things in store for you, we we really appreciate your support, and without any further ado, let's get back to our chat with Dave about his debut feature film the King of Staten Island. Since you brought up the scene with them doing the drug heist like know they're getting sent to prison. That's not really what was expected coming into this movie and and I always loved the unexpected. So what in your mind? That scene represent in which his group of friends was disbanded? You know often in a coming of age story. Sometimes people are running with the bad group that they realized they just need to get away from and in this one rather than him exiting the group, the group exited from him by being sent to prison, so it was an interesting switch up. I mean the whole idea that was just that. Things have consequences and that you can't just tread water living like this things go bad and that when you ignore a problem, it festers, and you know I, mean originally we had you know a lot of different ideas I mean originally eager was going to be. The was going to this really tall guy who is a stupid.
"staten" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"And then by the time it's Friday. It's five PM. Sometimes really. Yeah, wow because you got away twelve hours after the last time. No I know that makes sense and you know it's really important for crew to be able to not only sleep a drive home as well and everything else. So that's why I mean I guess that's good. Did you guys were doing it properly and paying the overtime as needed and just moving it up? That's a that's actually an interesting process. I have not heard i. mean that's where the budget went for this movie. It was in the fact that judd is professional. Professional, he treats everyone. UNACCEPT- professionally, and he doesn't skimp all. Been You know we? We all know the stories of the kind of sets where people are just losing their minds, because everyone's got so many different responsibilities, and it just crazy, and everyone is you know one p. a. as you so many things whereas our movie now people had everyone was was was was a pro knew what they had to do. I mean pretty much everyone except me. Everyone knew exactly where to be at every moment. You know the food was. There was no skimping there was. You Got Robert Ellsworth. Photographer we all these real professionals to really make sure that that nothing was ever half assed. WILL SO WE'RE GONNA get into the spoiler section so youtube folks and also podcast listeners. If you have not yet seen the king of Staten Island go rented, you could see it on Vod now. It's it's been released everywhere and then come back because we are now going to talk about the spoilers. I obviously I think the place to start. That's really obvious. Is that impedes real life? His father was a firefighter who who who died on an in duty, and that affected his life, and that's what the character of Scott has going for him as well. What were some of the conversations you had with Pete about? That that that loss, and how it put him in a sense of stasis for so many years, the way that you know is emulated through Scott. Well we had to do was just open up every painful memory he had and you know. We all know that Pete is very open very vulnerable about you know what he's been through and what he still goes through. And it's not like. He ever thought that. He deserves sympathy for it. It's just this is who he is, and he doesn't want high it. And we had to really talk about. Everything. The day his dad died. What happened? What mistakes were made in terms of helping him deal with it what you know, the the idea that he was treated like A. He feels like a Guinea pig. As a in because this, it was just. This is an extremely high profile historical tragedy. That everyone wanted a piece of you know talking about nine eleven obviously yeah, yeah, nine eleven, and you know just back like you see pete and he's shaking hands with George Bush and he's having.
"staten" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"Considering subscribing backstory magazine now in case you don't know because it's a very new thing we also have youtube page, so you could see this zoom cast, which is where it originated from at backstory magazines Youtube page, and of course. If you're listening to regular way, you're still hearing the audio in Itunes spotify, but just for the podcast. PODCAST listeners in case you didn't know, and you want to see me Dave Talk You know and watch the interview rather than just listen to it. You could go to the backstory magazine Youtube page, but now without any further ado. Let's jump right into the interview with Dave. Sarah's about his debut feature film the King of Staten Island all right, so dave welcome and it's good to have you here to talk about the King Staten. Island, thank you for having me a merry honored to be able to talk about this. I could not possibly feel like more of a Dick Trying to pitch a movie at this point in history. You know you're not pitching. We're GONNA talk about. We're going to talk about your process, so you've got a lot of. Make sure people understand how unimportant this movie is. You know there are many more important things going on in the world, so it's coming out at a turbulent time, but it's also coming at a time where people might want some escapist fiction that takes them certainly away from the events of the world. Before they returned back to them, we hope so I think it will serve that purpose because that's good entertainment always. Does you know I? WanNa to your in story. Did you go to school for writing? Where where did you study? What did you like? I went to Syracuse for illustration. which at least I, was able to partially us because then I drew a bunch of the tattoos in the movie. But no I am I started doing stand up in high school like a senior in high school, and then I did it through college, and just sort of continued trying not. Consistently like all the time it was hard, but yes, since then I am just sort of got into sketch, comedy and writing and just trying to do. Whatever kind of comedy just you know worked best for me. Videos Youtube stuff you know. Sketch is live stuff. Did you, did you try the Obama Tattoo in the movie? Because that Tattoo was pretty amazing yet, I was me. Yeah, just for people that haven't seen it yet and I hope you do go see. You can watch it on demand basically there's a very messed up Barack Obama Tattoo. Where just you know. Scott's character wants to be a tattoo artist Dan. His talent is questionable answer from points in the movie trying to draw a tattoo. That's bad in a way. That looks unintentional is so hard. I do that Obama so many times like there was the number of tattoos that I drew just trying to figure out what the magic is of drawing a bad tattoo. That doesn't look on purpose was. A. It's so much harder than I imagined it would be. What's what did you graduate circus two thousand? Okay, and so if you wanNA, tell us. What did you do between two thousand? And what I know to be your your writing directing debut with your documentary, Archie Black, which is a mockumentary, and you give us the pitch on that, but just tell us what he did after graduating. 'cause you know, everybody has a different path, and it's always interesting to hear pretty much. Nothing I I did stand up. Nothing really went particularly great. You know I just I went to l. a. and I started doing you know just sort of stand up there nothing that really translate into anything big. You know just doing Joe's in some most than going well. Not really growing, I was in a sketch. Group called A. Slow Children Crossing I. I was the White Guy. Sketch Group means I always had to play like a cop or a slave owner or something, because it was always sketches written people in the group. I was the one white guy. I. Group that group located la I mean, but what? I'm from La. No one we really all live in the same neighborhood or anything. is in Hollywood I mean I mean. Where would it perform like what space with we did? I o West. We did lot of different shows. We've toward. We did the Austin out of bounds festival. We did Seattle. We did. Yeah, we did a lot of sketch. Just you know touring schedule and and we had a weekly show. ONS at on Hollywood I. Forget which place it was, but yeah, but yeah. We did a lot of places like that. Okay, and one of them was Brett Butler who was the Voice of Dr Quinn on C. Lab. and.
"staten" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"Good Morning New York. This is a roundtable chunk expertise here Sunday morning. Lots of problems in our city. Well one of the last man standing at Lourdes Order District Attorney. We got with us. Mike McMahon of Staten Island. Good Morning Mike McMahon. How are you this morning? I'm fine this morning John. Good morning to you and all your listeners. Now District Attorney McMahon. You've resisted some of the changes That's been going on in Albany. And letting own the criminals on the streets and and closing down a rikers leg. More criminals on the streets and the people of Staten Island said no not jails in our neighborhoods print New Yorkers up to date on Staten Island. Yes so as you know. Starting January first thesis Really ridiculous laws That Albany created Took effect and we're dealing with the ramifications of that. You know but let me be clear. I always said from the beginning that we did need to make some changes to our laws can always improve them to make them better and they just system more fair. Unfortunately what happened In all when he was in the dead of night sometime in April of last year. Four o'clock in the morning without any hearings without any input from the police officers from the prosecutor's from victim advocates They passed the package of bills Which when we found out about it we immediately sounded the alarm. Because we knew that victim's rights would be violated That there would be higher crime rates in the city of New York and instead on the people who elected me and we try very hard to convince Albany that they needed to go back and make some changes to to make the laws more equitable. Seir and reasonable. And unfortunately they didn't do that now as you know. And as the police commissioner pointed out and even the mayor has usually on the other side of these issues from from where I see it have come out and said that Changes have to be made these laws we have to restore it to the judges a reasonable Modicum of discretion. So that they can look at certain cases and if someone is ancient to society to hold that person and they also be dangerous to themselves as the judges can't do that in most cases now and also this burdensome discovery law that really has no practical rhyme or reason to it to make that a little bit more workable and we would be okay. Unfortunately the results are worse than I anticipated. As you know just robberies loaner up close to thirty five percents In the city of New York since January I and I hate to say to put on Staten Island Although our numbers are less they're up one hundred percents And we see time and again A known robbers are captured and they're arrested in process and their release input back out on the street. The level of recidivism is really high And I'm very concerned for the safety of the people of our city and of course for all Staten Islanders as well it is horrible. What's going on with the Between letting him out of rikers island Lending mentally ill out on the streets letting the homeless on the streets and the no bail between all those combined. It's just people are starting to get afraid to walk around. Yeah it it really is an. It's unnecessary because as you know. We were enjoying a year year declines in crime crime rates And there was a feeling of safety in our city you can look around any of the boroughs across the city Housing was up and this feeling of safety was up in the city really has enjoyed Economic growth and you know every increasing diversity and everything was positive but nothing really threatens in my mind. Nothing really threatens the the well being of the community Then criminality if people don't feel safe they don't go out at night. They don't spend money They're worried about their children. That anxiety is really something. That is just Unbelievable and you know it's not just the robberies and even the shootings are up in the city as well but you know quality of life crimes to John. We're seeing a dramatic increase in graffiti Look at our subways and buses. That's something that just really eats away at the feeling of of wellness in in our city We had a case The other night with someone You know took a car and took all of the tires of the car We haven't seen that since the nineteen eighties and that's what we're back to now Here on Staten Island across the city. And again this was created quite some advocates and misguided people in in Albany just didn't have to happen We could've addressed some things that needed to be changed in the criminal justice But instead they you know the old adage said they sue the baby out with the bathwater And now what we're dealing with as total mess and you've even seen that some of my colleagues in the other boroughs of announced that they can't prosecute cases because the burden on discovery the exchange of information is so overwhelming that they can't handle it now. We've not raised the white flag here in Rhode Island. We're prosecuting all the cases that come in But my people are working very long hours. They didn't get an increase in pay that working overtime and I don't have money to pay them. I commend then. Their commitment to the safety of this community is incredible. We'll keep fighting to make sure that we keep the people set in Ireland safe and community strong and I believe everybody wants to see some kind of reform but this is crazy reform The the the speaker Never sat down with the rest of it the DA's would law enforcement police commissioners to say okay. Let's reform how do we do it? And how do we do it? Intelligently then that's the problem and I agree with Commissioner Shea and I agree with the mayor that this reform was needed. But right now it's not reform. It's a free-for-all no that's absolutely right and you know there's there's sort of this hyper legislature that each member wants to out liberalize The next one and come up with an idea that's more more untried and unreasonable than the next one You know not having a judicial discretion Is something that listen John? Every other state in the Union. I think almost everyone has that. But why do they have it because it works? And that's what makes sense and you know as you know New Jersey. They instituted a lot of reforms but they had a a two year process where they discussed it and that hearings and meetings and then they implemented it over a two year period they retain discretion for the judges for public safety and risk of flight and they provided the resources to deal with. You know those individuals so you don't WanNa hold in jail but maybe they need some counseling. Maybe they need supervision and most importantly as you mentioned resources for mental health because that drives so many of the cases of recidivism that we see especially with quality of life crimes and they did not provide that they did these. You know these they. They're so proud of themselves. They pat themselves on the backup and all these as they make these reforms. They did not allocate one cents so the support services that are needed to implement of the programs and as you know in particular in upstate New York. They are really sort of drowning now in this extra workload and they've gotten the personnel to to handle it so it's a chaos that they created and only they can fix and so I implore The state legislature to sit down again and look at the things that they did that were good and so's and look at the things that are not working or are doomed to fail And let's fix those and make the system there for the. Yes those who are accused of a crime but let's not forget the victims right There are victims of crime now. Their information is disclosed or we had a case. Where gentlemen you know. He was assaulted heinous girlfriend and they announced that they would not go forward and provide information for the police because they didn't want their names and addresses turned over to the individuals who assaulted them so victims. Don't come forward. We can't prosecute crimes if victims don't feel safe and we are the society are failing them In our overall mission to keep our community safe district attorney Mike McMahon. Thank you for your common sense and thank you for your courage to stand up against laws. That are wrong and let's catch up again real soon. Thank you John. I appreciate it And thanks for your kind words and we'll keep fighting until we get it. Squared away up in Albany. This is the catch rock paper. We'll be right back..
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