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Take-Two Interactive Comments on Its NBA 2K21 Next-Gen Price Hike
"Take two did confirm that it will price NBA Two K. twenty-one at seventy dollars, which is ten dollars more than what NBA Two K. Twenty runs. You quitting games industry dot Biz during today's earnings calls CEO. Strauss Zelic confirmed that it would be deciding and announcing pricing of next generation software on a title by title basis implying that not all next generation games would necessarily get the ten dollar price hike. There hasn't been a price increase for frontline titles for a really long time despite the fact that it costs a great deal more to make those titles
Books Ive Loved Neil Strauss
"Hello Boys and girls ladies and Germs Tim Ferriss. Welcome to another upset of the Tim Ferriss show where it is usually my job to sit down with world class performers of all different types, startup founders, investors, chess champions, Olympic, athletes you name it to tease out the habits that you can apply in your own lives. This episode however is an experiment in part of short form series that I'm doing simply called books I've loved I've invited some amazing pass guests close. Friends and new faces to share their favorite books describe their favorite books, the books that have influenced them, change them, transform them for the better and I. Hope You pick up one or two mentors in the form of books from this new series and apply the lessons in your own life. I had a lot of fun putting this together inviting these people to participate and have learned so so much myself. I hope that is also the case for you. Please enjoy. Thanks for having me back to talk about some of my favorite books and I wanted to do something different today, which is I wanted to recommend some books that I've never recommended before on this podcast and that I haven't heard other people recommending things that people may not know about I wanNA turn people onto some new staff. That's like so central to me. So My Criteria were, what are the books where I've underlined the most amount of things some of these books that I'm going to recommend I literally have underlining or marks on every single page. A have kind of involved system. I use to mark books depending on the residents of the idea and different things going on in the book. The second thing is brought together these books sort of. Encompass like. The body of. What I think right now, the kinds of things that I write about and posted on instagram and teach in coach and have had so much value in my life and change them, and I'm going to walk you into them from. Let's say the simplest book to the most complex from one that's just so easy to read to one. It's almost like a textbook safer into these the beginning and see how far along you get I. Love All of these. They're really great on the path to understand yourself and who you are and the obstacles again, your way and where he's self sabotage in your relationships and. Real. Freedom. The first author is Sherry Huber and I wanted to tell you about her past but I looked it up online and I can't find anything there. So I don't know if it's public but as a child Sherry, probably faced one of the worst traumas a young person can ever. Go through and only survived it. She became a Buddhist monk. Ever met in my life I. Think She's one of the most. Centered. Wise. Powerful presences I've ever been around there's just something about her that. I can my I would like to get to one day. I really would she writes tons of books I'd love to read every one. And her books very simply written just still to pure wisdom almost like a wise mentor is giving you the advice. There aren't like supporting arguments and footnotes in research studies is just like the wisdom from high on the mountain. It's also unique font where part of the story and the power and the impact of the words is done through the font and style of writing changing as well. The illustrations by June shaver or could be shiver. The illustrator in the book so really. Looked through all her books read anything but I'll share with you the two that have had the biggest impact on me. Actually to read but I would want to read the rest. But I started with fear Book and fear book is so powerful because so many of us. Have a certain area where fear and doubt and uncertainty get in our way, and the book walks you through the of of of how to embrace them and move beyond them, and often it's very counterintuitive. But so true I highly recommend this for dealing with it and want to read you one quote from it. I WANNA read a couple of quotes from it. And her basic idea is that moving toward your fears and getting past them is the path to freedom and I love this part. And her books by the way very short hundred, fifty pages at most. She writes if you no longer believe what fear tells you you will live and it will not. That is a point on a spiritual journey that almost nobody gets past when the terror arises. When it gets backed into a corner and a matter of its survival years almost nobody has the required combination of courage desperation willingness to stand up to it.
"strauss" Discussed on The Laugh Track With Gerry Strauss
"The the local government now. giving some funds to Leslie to help push some more security out there in the pony world. and. This is the point where Jerry has to admit there was not actually a mugging at all. So this. No mugging. Turns everything around now all Gill, all of the all of the empathy. There's no reason for it anymore. Yes. Should I reveal what happened? Well, let's see you. Yes, I think the not seen you did tell Leslie. Which? Her I just said, I wasn't mugged. Cut to her go to commercial, and then when we come back, it's me revealing that I had not been mugged that I was walking my dog Lord Sheldon, and I had a breakfast Burrito and it fell into a little creek. And I then reached in and fell forward into the creek trying to get the BURRITO and injured my shoulder because I fell in first and the dog is just standing there looking at me all this to get a breakfast burrito. Yeah, which is so ridiculous. Responsible of. Of Jerry to to create this lie to create this fictional story that's caused so much drama. By the explanation is something that everyone can kind of get on board with because. The idea. Of the abuse that you knew that. The Jerry knew he would take if that truth came out. Yes and The bonus there is this amazing. Impersonation. Amy Poehler does. Tom of what he would. which I can't even begin to even try to do. Justice. Definitely Yeah I can't either but it was. What would you do for climbed? Derek Kill Your? Wife. And you know that's That's amy. That's her. That's her GIG..
"strauss" Discussed on The Laugh Track With Gerry Strauss
"So I people tell me that all the time that it is one of their goto shows they don't need. necessarily. Even see it just having it in the background brings. Them Comfort. That's that's amazing and it's You know it's one of the reasons I think not not to start. At the end before the beginning but it's one of the reasons why I think your reunion special that you did towards the beginning of the pandemic. impactful because it was exactly the kind of feel good familiarity that the world needed especially at that plate when things were still new and people were still I think a lot more nervous and anxious about what lockdown was gonna look like and what quarantine was going to be and. You guys the characters that they've grown to love over not just from the show is on but like you said so much more after the fact. And now it's okay we're seeing them in the same situation that we're going to be in and we kind of laugh about it and have a moment about it and feel good like we do when we watch arc's I, think the timing of that special was. Perfect and you know the way it came to be was NBC apparently got a hold of Mike Shore who co created with Greg Daniels wreck and said, you know were these food banks are in trouble were trying to come up with ideas well, we can do to do fundraisers you know to help the food banks, and so they were trying to get shows to do table reads and a lot of shows were doing that which is great. I mean anything to raise the money whatever it takes. So the MIC is going back and forth with all of us and then he said you guys have an idea. Hold on. I'll get back to you and then I mean I guess it was forty eight hours and then there was the next message. Hey, guys. What do you think about doing a new one and we are like damn yes yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. So then he said, okay, let me get back to you again he roped together the old team and these geniuses because I think they are geniuses a put together their pandemic episode not having a clue how they were gonNA shoot it how it was going to happen no one knew anything he said, would you guys Avi Willing to donate your salaries and B.? C. Will then I don't know if they matched US put their own chunk of however it worked. But everybody of course was immediately yes. Of course whatever we can do and then next thing you know they said, okay. Here's our script and we did a table redesign table read laughed our asses off and next thing and now they're telling us how they're going to be together in I jim O'hare is attack dummy like the worst. So I'm thinking I'm GonNa Screw this up which I know would be a good Jerry move because Jerry would screw it up but this is Jim O'hare shooting this damn thing. So they sent us cameras and lights. In all boxed up and wiped down Amanda. Than we did it and then you set it up and then you put your zoom camera. So they could watch us and direct US and talk us through the piecing of things and then they scheduled each of us like a block of time. I think mine was two or three hours on a Tuesday morning and the funny part was you know it all take play takes place at night..
"strauss" Discussed on The Laugh Track With Gerry Strauss
"He's the office Nimrod who ripped his pants screwed up every assignment he was headed and yet somehow was married to Christie Brinkley. He Played Jerry Gurbaj, Aka Larry, Aka Gary on parks and recreation. He's Jim O'hare I'm Jerry Strauss, and this is the laugh track. Do. You need your weekly comedy fix. Relaxed while we visited the sitcoms you love the jokes you remember the characters you will never forget and the stars that bring them to you sit back. It's the laugh track with Jerry Stri. Hello again, everyone and welcome. The LAP with Jerry Strauss he is I i. Am Him and here. Thank you. Thank you so much for joining us. Again this week we are having such a great time here on the show and we're excited about where we've been where we're going lots of great interviews with your favorite shows. One of which I believe has just soared in popularity not only since it went off the air a few years ago but especially. This year here in two, thousand, twenty during. These uncertain times if you will the pandemic, of course, lots of anxiety, lots of stress. Let's of negative emotions out in the world. This shows the perfect adult man if you've never watched parks and recreation, go to net flicks or go to the peacock network wherever it may be. And Binge it. It's an easy watch and it's one of those shows that will make you laugh and make you feel good and make you love the cast of characters that it brings to you. One of which we talked to hear this week Jim. Of course, you know him as Cherry Gurvich. Gary Mortgage Larry Kirk itches name changes several times throughout the course of the series I. Hope that's not a spoiler but certainly a guy who was. A big part of the reason that parks and REC is a hilarious program and You'RE GONNA. Love it. You'RE GONNA love him, and we got a chance to get. Lots of insight into being a part of this amazing show and being Jerry I. Know a little bit about what it's all about to be Jerry. But this is a different jerry, very different Jerry and We get here all about it. So cool. So great please we know all of you. if you're not parks and REC fans you at least know some because the show has just become such a monster, such a monster such a quotable show. So if you have people in your life friends family whoever who liked parks and REC pass this interview onto them, send them the leg. Invite them to subscribe to our podcast. Go to.
Indiana Libertarian Congressional candidate arrested in East Chicago; officer shown punching him on video
"Posted to Social media shows. The libertarian candidate for Indiana's first congressional district, was punched in the face Saturday while pinned on the sidewalk by any Chicago police officer who was trying to arrest him. Gary Post Tribune reports, 38 year old Mike Strauss faces a number of charges including disorderly conduct and battering a police officer.
The Unfortunate Casualties of an Anti-Biotech Attack
"Today is a really special podcast is an amazing guests that we have that takes us back to the time when the tenor towards genetic engineering was very different back around the turn of the Millennium I. Guess is the turn of the century two two. It was a little bit different field before the Internet really took over the defamation of scientists and career assassination, and those opposed to technology took on other means to solve their problems. At least to. Agitate and we'll talk about that today in an event from two thousand and one and we'll talk more about that in a second speaking with doctor, Toby Bradshaw A. He's a professor emeritus in the Department of Biology at the University of Washington and thank you for joining me today. I really appreciate you being toby. It's a pleasure to be here. Yeah this is really an interesting point in history and I remember when this happened. And in a kind of kind of fell into the background a little bit, but let's set the stage if we go back to two thousand and one. What kind of work were you doing in Merrill Hall at the University of Washington. Since the mid nineteen nineties, I have been working on the genetic adaptation and growth in hybrid poplars. They're fast growing tree. News all around the world, but heavily in the Pacific northwest up to produce. Hebrew products primarily so I was involved with. The early molecular genetics research, including M Gino Mapping. And ultimately identifying traits that were responsible for faster growth, which I had a basic interest in, but which of course the temp companies had a commercial innocent. And where you're working with genetic engineering, or were you really just dealing with hybrids myself? I was only producing hybrid poplars through traditional cross pollination methods that have been used for centuries in in poplars around the world I was also collaborating with Steve Strauss. At Oregon State University on some preliminary work to genetically engineered trees, four different growth form to produce more would in a smaller land area, but I myself had never still have never a genetically engineered a tree. And really the facility that you were working at. It isn't on the campus, right? It's it's the center for Urban Culture and what are the kinds of things that were being done there well. It is technically on the UW. Campuses at the very periphery separated from the main campus by the Union Bay Natural Area A place for I enjoyed bird every day on my walk to work, so that was a nice interlude. Of every day, but the other kinds of work that we're going on at the Center for Urban Horticulture included a restoration ecology primarily for wetland restoration, understanding a plant succession after the eruption of Mount Saint Helen's in nineteen eighty was conservation work for rare plants, going on so rare plants in Washington be propagated for reintroduction into the wild, and that was a particular focus of my colleague I'm single ride card who you will hear more about later and the graduate students in Undergrad who doing their own research, their work on a wide range of topics, including for example how to? Have, urban gardens produce more food for people who otherwise might not be able to afford a fresh vegetables, so it was. A typical horticulture center I, think it most universities where there was a mix of basic research applied research in outreach up to the public in the form of extension. And, so it doesn't sound like this was the you know the the center of the universe of Monsanto or something I mean this sounds like a really practical extension oriented center that had significant roles in community, and and and even just in the regional agriculture's that's. Is that more what it was about yes? Oh, the University of Washington is not a land grant university. It's not an agricultural school. School, in the focus at the UW has always been a basic research and the center. For urban horticulture included in its mission, some applied research and quite a bit of extension and outreach up to the public, so in that way it was different from much of the rest of campus in its mission, but by no means is the University of Washington on any kind of center for plant biotechnology now. It isn't now. Yeah. Good basic biology know basic science and a lot of really good plant people there, but it's Can you give me a little bit of sense? Outside the University of like two, thousand, zero, two, thousand and one, what was the environment like a genetic engineering in your perspective and in your area of the country? What was really happening? Then in that environment, it was an interesting time. The first genetically engineered crops that were planted on a wide scale, had only been in production for less than a decade, so as a relatively new technology on the commercial sector, perceiving though scientists and people who keep up with science for familiar with the progress of genetic engineering. How it was eventually applied in agriculture, get caught a lot of the general public by surprise, and as everyone who's familiar with plant biotechnology knows that can sometimes lead to misunderstandings. And worse at the the first inkling that I had that anyone might be opposed to the kinds of research that I was doing was just a couple of years before in nineteen, ninety nine, when Seattle hosted the World Trade Organization meetings and I had some of my. Poplars. That were growing in pots out in the back forty behind the. Urban Horticulture. Cut Down by vandals during those WTO protests mean. As often happened to these kinds of things at my mind. The damage done to my plants was fairly minimal. Because these are poplars. Cut Him off. They just re grow the we. That's how we actually propagate them through cutting, so it had zero effect on me, but at the same time they went through and cut down all of the older seedlings that a colleague of mine was growing for re, vegetating streamsides in Alder. Don't re sprout after being cut-backs. Again it was one of these ready fire. Aim moments for an activist who really didn't understand. Even the species of trees that they were looking at i. mean did a lot more damage to someone else's research than to mind we might. Research was essentially funded by the wall critics,
Daphne Merkin: 22 Minutes of Unconditional Love
"This week. I'm talking to someone who I've wanted to talk to for a very long time. But it took until now that she's written her second novel her first novel. enchantment was written over twenty years ago. The new novel twenty two minutes of unconditional love by my guest staff new American is recently published by Farah Strauss. It's a book that has been. In the works. For All that time this version of A crucial event in twenty two minutes of unconditional love in that novel enchantment Daphne tell me. What was it that held you up? What took twenty years to create the snaffle? I'd go even further Michael and say it took thirty years. I described what I wanted to do. Put It that way to an editor who was at a press that no longer exists and I said I'd always been interested in obsession. And the truth of the matter is. My first novel in Chapman. I had originally described to Billy Vaughan of which. The publisher who I laid a worked for five years. I said that was about A. But this was. To be a novel about. What happens if you get involved if your woman who gets involved? With a man who is? In some simple way quote very bad for you. Could be on any level psychologically emotionally, physically abusive the whole spectrum. and. I had read such books. 'cause it always interested me. And the woman usually ended up either dead. Like Ana, Karenina? or Hold off to an institution. And I was always. Interested in a degree of I guess what is called Sadomasochism not in its theatrical form like story of Oh Never much as they say, did it for me, it's too theatrical into Saad is to theatrical for me, but the sort of. Ways in which power gets contorted in relationships, interested me. They said I said I wanNA. Write about obsession. They said fine. They gave me in advance. At that time. It was not. Small. In fact now again it is not sold for a novel, which was one hundred thousand. And! I went off and wrote. To page two hundred twelve. Still remember I remember the scene because the scene is in this. Final novel, which has the lawyer? Character, who the woman is involved with? Named rose asks or demands that. The protagonist judith shown. Cruel across the floor for him. They did as some kind of tribute. To her quote love. More accurately, his power over her, and I got to this page. And I stopped did. And I thought. Just to explain Michael I come from A. Observant Orthodox background. Completely observant not acidic. What's called? Modern Orthodox. And I was I'm one of six siblings. Nine parents were German immigrants. And Even though I had already written. I mean enchantment. What had been treated basically as a memoir. The term auto fiction which I personally could do without hadn't been invented yet. So. If you wrote very autobiographically impelled fiction. Your average lay reader would simply it as oh, she's talking about herself and there were many. Many parts of the novel that were similar to my family. But if I wanted to write a memoir straight, I would have written a memoir, but. All I'm saying is I had already revealed. Things you don't say about your family. If you a modest product of Orthodox background.
Zuckerberg to Meet Civil Rights Groups That Led Facebook Boycott; Boeing quietly pulls the plug on 747
"Mark Zuckerberg will meet next week with civil rights groups that have led an ad boycott against the company. Advertisers including Starbucks, Levi Strauss and Pepsico have joined Details of the meeting were not disclosed. Boeing is quietly pulling the plug on the 7 47 The last one will leave the factory and about two years while the decision hasn't been announced, sources say it can be found and changes to the wording of Boeing's financial statements. I'm Larry
Jeffrey Epstein associate Ghislaine Maxwell arrested in U.S.
"Close associate of the financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein is under arrest today. Her name is Gillian Maxwell and just a quick warning that some parts of this story or really disturbing because of the nature of the alleged crimes. Prosecutors say Maxwell helped Epstein sexually exploit underaged girls have seen died in prison, and authorities ruled it a suicide. But the investigation into what he was doing his continued. NPR Justice correspondent Ryan Lucas has been following this story. In the meantime, he Ryan Good morning. How did Ah, Maxwell and Epstein know each other? Maxwell comes from a prominent family in the U. K. Her father was was a media magnet there. And she and abstain met in the 19 nineties. They dated for a period of time, but on a broader level, she became a close confident of hiss. They had a professional relationship as well. And there have long been allegations in lawsuits brought by Epstein's alleged victims that Maxwell for years helped abstain recruit young girls to be sexually exploited on even after Epstein suicide last year, prosecutors said that the investigation is, you noted, continued into his associates and possible co conspirators, and Maxwell was seen then a za likely person of interest for investigators. She's facing federal charges now what are the charges? She faces six counts in all, including conspiracy to entice minors to travel to engage in sexual acts and conspiracy to transport miners. To engage in criminal sexual activity. She also faces perjury charges for allegedly lying about her role in the scenes activities when she was asked about it under oath during a deposition a couple of years ago. What are prosecutors saying about what they allege? She did. Well. The events detailed in the indictment took place between 1994 1997 on they relate to three underage girls who were allegedly abused by Epstein. Here is how the Acting U. S attorney in Manhattan, Audrey Strauss summed up Maxwell's role. Mansell played a critical role in helping Epstein to identify the friend and groom minor victims for abuse. In some cases, Maxwell participated in the abuse herself. Prosecutors allege that Epstein and Maxwell had a sort of systematic method for luring these young girls in they would pretend to befriend them by taking them shopping by taking them to the movies by asking about their family or their school life. Maxwell would encourage the girls to let Epstein pay for their travel and their education, and prosecutors say that this was all part of a scheme designed to make these young girls feel indebted to abstain. And once Epstein Maxwell had developed a report with these with these underage girls, prosecutors say that Maxwell would try to normalize sexual abuse in a couple of ways by undressing in front of the victim. Or being present when Epstein was sexually abusing the victim on in at least one instance, as we heard, Strauss say, prosecutors allege that Maxwell participated in the abuse herself. Okay, so she's arrested now she's been charged. Does the investigation into Jeffrey Epstein stop here? This is not the end of the road. The top prosecutor in Manhattan Audrey Strauss, who I mentioned earlier said yesterday that this investigation is still ongoing. Of course, this case has generated a ton of public interest, in part because I've seen had ties to a lot of prominent people that includes Britain's Prince Andrew. On. There are questions about what Prince Andrew, for example and others. Other prominent people knew about absence activities. As for Maxwell, she has serious charges here. This sort of charges that could induce her to cooperate with prosecutors and share what she knows about other associates of abstinence.
Carbon pollution from the fashion industry is on the rise
"When you shop for new clothes, you're probably not thinking about the climate, but making apparel creates carbon pollution, and the industry's emissions are on the rise as people by and discard their clothes more frequently. The problem is made worse by the rise of fast fashion closed cheap to make and cheap to buy. But chin-yen of the World Resources Institute says apparel companies are starting to take climate action. Many companies globally are setting targets, and then really trying very hard to reach those targets yen co authored a paper that can guide the industry. She says the biggest challenge that clothing brands often outsourced manufacturing to companies in other countries. Those companies may rely on others for raw materials which. which makes it hard to measure and reduce carbon pollution, so a lot of these brands are doing is to educate an engaged the suppliers. I think that's what we want to see him. We're seeing more and more for example. Levi Strauss helps. Its suppliers obtain low interest loans for renewable energy, efficiency projects, and Nike is helping manufacturers from fossil fuels to solar and biomass. Yene says Moore suppliers get involved. It will help reduce carbon pollution throughout the industry.
Ghislaine Maxwell, longtime associate of Jeffrey Epstein, charged in sex abuse case
"Of late investor Jeffrey Epstein, now in custody, transferred to New York being transferred after Gillian Maxwell was arrested this morning, They went to court to hear federal prosecutors now looking to hold her accountable for what they say she and Epstein did. Well, W W CBS reporter Peter Haskell heard from acting U. S Attorney Audrey Strauss then talked about this with anchor Mac Rosenberg on Thursdays. Afternoon Roundup. Peter What can you tell us about these charges? According to the prosecutor, Maxwell was the key player in the sex trafficking scheme. Just travels says she recruited, enticed and groomed girls. His hymn is 14 10. Shanab's team both abused the Children. The six counts include sex trafficking and perjury. And when do prosecutors say that these crimes took place? So Strauss described his really as a prequel to the Epstein case. The charges against Epstein stem from crimes committed, allegedly between 2000 to 2005. The Maxwell case dates back to 1994. If you put them together, the allegations are very, very similar. At the time periods. You're different, and according to authorities, he's crimes took place in New York City, Florida, New Mexico and London. Epstein's death, of course, ruled a suicide last year in a Manhattan jail cell. And in the past, Maxwell has denied any allegations here. So what happens now? Prosecutors her hoping that other victims will come forward. His indictment mansions has three of them and not by name. It is believe there are other victims out there. And they hope that by bringing this case and buy the spotlight in the attention that have receives, others will step forward. There are a number of elect alleged victims here. And some of them say that they were also abused by Epstein's friends said there could be some powerful people who are beginning to sweat now. And the prosecutor says his investigation is continuing. Thank you, Peter.
Charges announced against Jeffrey Epstein's confidante Ghislaine Maxwell
"Confidante of Jeffrey Epstein is in custody on federal charges one year after he was indicted for sex traffic. The investigation into Gillian Maxwell's role in Jeffrey Epstein's alleged sex trafficking didn't stop with his death nearly one year ago. Acting U. S Attorney Audrey Strauss describes the indictment against Maxwell is the prequel to the sex trafficking. Epstein was accused of Massell played a critical role. And helping Epstein to identify a friend and groom minor victims for abuse. In some cases, Maxwell participated in the abuse herself. Strauss says that grooming process used Maxwell's presence is an adult woman to make the girls as young as 14 feel at ease and would normalize the abuse. Like Epstein, Miss Maxwell chose to blatantly disregard the law and her responsibilities an adult using whatever means she had it her disposal toll or vulnerable youth into behavior. They should never have been exposed. And which creates lasting harm. William Sweeney heads New York's FBI office and says the victim's continued to live with that trauma. While Maxwell slithered away to New Hampshire to continue a life of privilege. She was arrested there this morning. Sonia
Charges announced against Jeffrey Epstein's confidante Ghislaine Maxwell
"Associate of the late accuse sexual predator. Jeffrey Epstein has been arrested. Let's get details live from our Sonia Rincon. Federal authorities say say Elaine Elaine Maxwell Maxwell was was finally finally charged charged for for her her cry, cry, which which acting acting U. U. S S Attorney Attorney Audrey Audrey Strauss Strauss called called the the prequel prequel to to the the allegations allegations and and Jeffrey Jeffrey Epstein Epstein sex sex trafficking trafficking indictment indictment one year ago. Strauss says her office and the FBI and NYPD kept investigating Maxwell. Even after Epstein suicide last August. Maxwell is facing six counts, including conspiracy to entice minors to travel to engage in illegal sex acts. And perjury for allegedly lying to investigators in 2016. Authorities say Maxwell and Epstein had a method befriending an enticing young girls taking them shopping, paying for their education, making them feel indebted and normalizing sexual abuse, which Maxwell is even accused of participating in. Authorities say she as an adult woman. Healthy young girls feel at ease. But she was luring them into a trap, which left him with the lasting trauma of abuse. While she continued to live a life of privilege. She was arrested this morning in New Hampshire. She will eventually be brought back here. She could face 35 years in in prison prison prison if if if convicted. convicted. convicted. Authorities Authorities Authorities praised praised praised the the the victims victims victims for for for their their their bravery bravery bravery and and and encouraged encouraged encouraged any any any more more more to to to come. come. come. Forward Forward Forward
Army soldier charged with plotting ambush attack on his unit
"That of the U. S. army soldier charged with plotting a deadly ambush of his unit in Turkey by extremists correspondent Barbara Starr has details from the Pentagon to your old army soldier Ethan males are arrested by the federal government and now with those charges he is accused of planning a mass casualty attack on his own unit by communicating with a hate group known as the order of nine angles who is that hate group well they are as a group that according to the justice department has expired espouse violent neo **** anti semitic and satanic beliefs Strauss called private even males are twenty two of Louisville Kentucky the enemy within his attorney has no
US Army soldier charged in plot to ambush his unit overseas
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the new top federal prosecutor in Manhattan announces her first case since the weekend's up evil acting U. S. attorney Audrey Strauss the new top federal prosecutor in Manhattan on Monday announced the arrest of a U. S. army private charged with plotting the ambush of his unit in Turkey by extremists the soldier private Ethan Meltzer of Louisville Kentucky allegedly plotted to provide details about his unit's location in Turkey and security arrangements to the occult based neo **** extremist group order of the nine angles Strauss became acting head of the Manhattan federal prosecutors office after Geoffrey S. Berman resigned Saturday Attorney General William Barr told Berman he wanted Berman out and so did president Donald Trump hi Mike Rossio
US Army soldier charged in plot to ambush his unit overseas
"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting a U. S. army soldier is charged in a plot to ambushes United overseas a US army private has been arrested and charged with plotting an ambush of his unit in Turkey by extremist private even Meltzer of Louisville Kentucky was arrested June tenth acting U. S. attorney Audrey Strauss the new top federal prosecutor in Manhattan says Meltzer tried to work within a cult based neo **** and racially motivated violent extremist group known as the order of the nine angles are all nine eight the criminal complaint says Meltzer communicated his unit size and dissipated travel routes in Turkey and other information to someone he believed was working with the group to carry out a mass casualty attack hi Mike Rossio
Attorney General says Trump fired U.S. attorney who refused to resign
"He made president trump did the honors Manhattan US attorney now off the job after refusing to leave when Attorney General William Barr announced that he'd resign later in the day Greg Geoffrey Berman said that he would leave after president trump said that he was fired and Berman had been investigating the president's lawyer Rudy guiliani and more Berman second in command deputy U. S. attorney Audrey Strauss will take over as acting U. S.
Ohio State University will pay $41M to 162 men who were sexually abused by a team doctor
"Ohio State University will pay about forty one million dollars to settle a dozen lawsuits by one hundred and sixty two men alleging decades old sexual abuse and mistreatment by a team doctor Richard Strauss this school previously announced a settlement had been reached with about half of the roughly three hundred and fifty accusers who sued but details on the costs were not made public until Friday individual payments will vary scores more men still have pending lawsuits over school officials failure to stop Strauss despite concerns raised during his tenure the doctor died in two thousand five and no one has publicly defended him since the allegations arose two
When will US schools reopen amid COVID-19 lockdown?
"Eric an association of school administrators which represents school superintendents wants the federal government to clear something up when and how should schools reopen the Washington post's Valerie Strauss spoke with almost Taylor and size up to this point here in late April how many states have closed their schools right now we're closing in on thirty five plus the district of around thirty five plus D. C. R. and a couple other territories and it's expected that pretty much all of them will either decide to order schools to stay closed for the rest of the academic year or recommend to their district thank you and for the record it seems like maybe the confusion comes from the three phase guidelines for re opening the country that the White House put out what problems does it present for school administrators letter that they sent with the fertilization sent it does refer to president trump three phase opening of the economy which she last week came out west schools are mentioned it but not until the second phase and part of the problem is that the second phase which has no actual date to start has also a requirement that you can't have groups of more than fifty people at once so that's really hard thing to do in the school organization which represents admin superintendent she finds the fines that bewildering and inconsistent and has been asking for federal guidance on this and has a gun sure one to go back to my high school I think we had fifteen hundred people are so there throughout the covert nineteen pandemic there's been kind of a push and pull it seems like between states and federal government over who's responsible for whatever the aspect is of the response that people are talking about that day when it comes to schools where those chips fall who wants this hot potato but he wants it I think I think the schools the districts and the states want to be able to do what they want to do with it best for them but they bought it they need information they need data that that's real and in real time from the federal government that is collected across the state across that region across the country that helps them decide what to do so they're looking for information and reliable guidance based on information that only the federal government can get they don't want the federal government to tell them what to do the one given the tools to do it and at this point has the White House responded to the letter from the American Association of school administrators White House gave me and gave me a statement I don't know if they have given that the association of statement but they can't give a statement saying that president trump is concerned about the health of everybody wants some districts and states to make their
"strauss" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"That is friends without the our best fiends. So Levi quickly established a list of regular clientele and even if he had received shipment of that first load of freight that his brothers had sent there. Were already two other shipments on the way he was doing business. Ostensibly for the company that his brother founded which was j Strauss and brother but he was invoicing clients sort of as a separate business as just Levi Strauss in July eighteen fifty-five Levi sent a shipment of gold. Back to his brother's this was valued at a little over ten thousand dollars at the time. Which is estimated to be close to a quarter of a million dollars in modern currency? Of course it's really difficult to make those estimates. Clearly the California office was doing really well in spite of the fact that there was something of a financial panic going on in San Francisco that year. It didn't seem to impact Strauss by the end of eighteen fifty-five he'd sent more than eighty thousand dollars home in gold. Yeah one of the things. That really made his business. It'll come up over and over that. Even when they are difficulties they still managed to pull through and even do pretty well like people will always need dry goods. They always need clothes and linens and household basics so it was a really smart business to be in the in the first place in eighteen fifty six saw continued expansion of the Strauss enterprise in California Levi. Sister Fogler who had changed her name to fanny when she moved to the United States. Move to San Francisco with her husband. David stearns and their children assist with the growing responsibilities of the business and his brother. Louis also join them. It is possible though unconfirmed that his mother Rebecca made the journey as well and for the first time since moving to the US leave. I actually had a home with an address that was separate from his business. Not living above it or Within it indicating that there was this ongoing trend of prosperity. The firm also changed names that year it went from J Strauss and brother to j Strauss brother and company maybe to acknowledge Levi's contribution but on all records in California it was listed as Levi Strauss Levi sent more than double the amount to New York in eighteen fifty six that he had an eighteen fifty five that amounted to approximately two hundred thousand dollars eventually in the late. Eighteen sixty s Levi changed the name of the California branch to Levi Strauss and company recognizing his family members contributions eighteen fifty six was also the year that Levi Strauss became involved along with his brother in law in the committee of vigilance which was a vigilante group. Made up largely of merchants that formed to combat the city's growing political corruption and related violence while business and politics had largely stayed separate up to that point concerns over how businesses could be impacted by the lawlessness of men in power led to the committee of vigilance nominating and eventually electing many of the city's business leaders into political office. Oh they picked people that they knew from other merchants and put them in office because they thought that was safer and while Strauss did not seem to have any political ambitions of his own he did back the political efforts of the committee. Those committees there were several of them in several places at this time period and in some places their activities were kind of controversial because there was like an extrajudicial violence capacity in this combat of corruption. So it's like there's a whole bigger story there but his involvement was really about electing to city positions and there had actually been a similar committee in San Francisco several years prior to this. That was much more of like a vigilante law force. That thought that they would fill the gap between the crime that was going on and the police were obviously to their minds. Not doing anything about it. So that existed in San Francisco as well although he was not part of that at the time and eighteen fifty seven. The Strauss family experienced a financial loss in September the S. Central America which had picked up passengers and freight in Panama including a large shipment of gold went down in a hurricane off the US coast in the Atlantic. More than four hundred people died at an estimated one point. Five million dollars of gold was lost including seventy six thousand dollars that was on route to j Strauss brother in company from Levi Strauss and company incidentally the wreckage of the Central America was found and much of the treasure recovered in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. Although there was a significant legal battle over who should get that gold. The thinking of the Central America set off a financial panic. There was a lot of gold that New York banks had been expecting on that ship. So when it didn't show up that was it was a significant economic disruption and yet as seems to be the pattern of his life Levi Strauss weathered the storm part of this was because his brothers were the ones shipping him goods. So that meant. He didn't have to reassure a supplier of his good credit and be like no. I know I lost some money but I will make it up to you. They're like yeah. We'll just keep it going. So the Strauss family continued business as usual and because other entrepreneurs didn't have the credit or the leverage to do the same thing Levi's business flourished as other shutdown by the end of the year. He was shipping gold to New York once again and he had expanded to have offices in the city that were actually separate from his warehouse. He was also taking shipments of raw materials from suppliers outside the family which he then leveraged in deals that got him discounts on the goods that were made from those raw materials as the country found itself in the grip of the civil war. San Francisco's citizens realized they could eventually be impacted by it. California had entered the Union as a free state as outlined in the compromise of eighteen fifty. But while most of the city was loyal to the Union there were some concerns about some government officials wanting to allied with the confederacy after a pro union rally in the city on. May Eleventh Eighteen Sixty one at the junction of Montgomery market and hosts streets. A resolution was put forth that formed a Union Committee of Thirty Four. This is a committee of respected men. He would uphold the ideals of union. Fill vacant government posts and keep an eye out for treason Levi. Strauss is one of the men named as a member of this group and one of only three Jewish men included. Yeah they were very worried that there were people that were infiltrating California who were pro slavery and that it was gonNA completely cause an upheaval of everything going on in the state and particularly in a large city like San Francisco so they really wanted to try to keep an eye out and prevent such a problem. When the troops that were stationed at the Presidio? Were sent east to fight. It really left the people of San Francisco a little bit uneasy and they were fearful without protection now. Volunteer group known as the Home Guard was founded that consisted of three thousand men and it sort of served as a makeshift military force. The Home Guard and the Union Committee of thirty four actually disbanded though when Leland Stanford was elected California Governor Stanford was a pro union Republican. Who is very well respected successful and powerful so the concerns of some sort of pro confederacy uprising that led to the formation of those two groups were pretty diminished under his leadership. Strauss in his California business continued to do well through all of this and the prosperity of California's merchants helped keep the country afloat through the civil war. Strauss had recognized the value of real estate fairly early on and had invested in a number of properties throughout the city which often sold as a prophet after holding them. For some time Levi Strauss and company also moved into a new space that he purchased in eighteen. Sixty seven was a four story building on Battery Street but clearly showed the company's Success. The company was known for its excellent and speedy service and the ability of its employees to satisfy client needs with even the largest orders. There was a write up where they actually used. The word empowered to describe the Salespeople and clerks at Levi Strauss As being able they were empowered to meet the needs. Agree to deals with clients which is sort of a weird word to be using in the eighteen sixties but there was Unfortunately the late eighteen sixty s also came with family. Loss as Levi's half sister. Mary died in eighteen sixty six and his mother. Rebecca pass three years later after Rebecca's death Levi traveled back to New York and he stayed there for a month presumably to help settle accounts and get her affairs. In order. There is also an embezzlement scandal at Levi. Strauss and company are in October of eighteen. Sixty six when news broke that a bookkeeper had taken five hundred thousand dollars and left the country while the company not wanting to scare away business partners said that there was no money missing. It also made a statement in an advertisement that the man in question. Es Goodman was no longer with the company it was not authorized to conduct business on behalf of Levi Strauss and company. This mix. The messages seemed to below over while Mr Goodman never saw any retribution of the fact that he had taken money from his employer quite a lot of money from his employer. Neither the company NOR LEVI. Strauss personally seems to suffer. Any negative fallout from it. Yeah that's one of those stories were it's like. They completely claimed that it had not happened. So there is no record of it happening but then the fact that they're also like but also if you talk to that guy he doesn't You Know I. It does seem like it's a little bit of a weird combination of things to put out in the press. The company continued explosive. Growth right into the eighteen seventies as Levi who obviously had an impressive business instinct realized that he needed to expand into international markets. At that point his business had expanded to supply merchants. All along the Western seaboard into Oregon and Montana but he was also expanding farther into the American southwest and then he started to reach out to potential clients in Canada Mexico and Hawaii coming up. We're going to dive into the thing that the Levi Strauss name is most closely associated with today. Which is blue jeans? I.
"strauss" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Changed the name of the California branch to Levi Strauss and company, recognizing his family members contributions, eighteen, fifty six was also the year that Levi Strauss became involved along with his brother in law in the committee of vigilance, which was a vigilante group, made up largely of merchants that formed to combat the city's growing political corruption and related violence, while business and politics had largely stayed separate up to that point concerns over how businesses could be impacted by the lawlessness of men in power led to. To the committee of vigilance, nominating and eventually electing many of the city's business leaders into political office. Oh, they picked people that they knew from other merchants and put them in office because they thought that was safer, and while Strauss did not seem to have any political ambitions of his own, he did back the political efforts of the committee, those committees there were several of them in several places at this time period, and in some places, their activities kind of controversial, because there was like an extrajudicial violence capacity in this combat of. Corruption, so it's like there's a whole bigger story there, but his involvement was really about electing. To city positions and there had actually been a similar committee in San Francisco several years prior to this that was much more of like a vigilante law force. That thought that they would fill the gap between the crime that was going on, and the police were obviously to their minds, not doing anything about it, so that existed in San Francisco as well although he was not part of that at the time and eighteen, fifty seven, the Strauss family experienced a financial loss in September the s Central America, which had picked up passengers and freight in Panama, including a large shipment of gold, went down in a hurricane off the US coast in the Atlantic. More than four hundred people died at an estimated one point. Five million dollars of gold was lost including seventy six thousand dollars that was on route to J, Strauss brother in company from Levi, Strauss and company. Incidentally the wreckage of the central, America was found and much of the treasure recovered in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty eight, although there was a significant legal battle over who should get that gold. The thinking of the Central America set off a financial panic. There was a lot of gold that New York. Banks had been expecting on that ship so when it didn't show up that was it was a significant economic disruption, and yet as seems to be the pattern of his life. Levi Strauss weathered the storm. Part of this was because his brothers were the ones shipping him goods, so that meant he didn't have to reassure a supplier of his good credit and be like no I. Know I lost some money, but I will make it up to you. They're like. Yeah. We'll just keep it going. So the Strauss family continued business as usual, and because other entrepreneurs didn't have the credit or the leverage to do the same thing Levi's business flourished as other shutdown by the end of the year. He was shipping gold to New York once again and he had expanded to. To have offices in the city that we're actually separate from his warehouse. He was also taking shipments of raw materials from suppliers outside the Family which he then leveraged deals that got him discounts on the goods that were made from those raw materials as the country found itself in the grip of the civil war..
Affirmation to Reduce Anxiety
"Welcome to the daily meditation. Podcast I'm Mary Medically and I honor you for giving yourself permission to slow down and connect to the very best part of who you are. That's the part you tap into win. You settle yourself down and meditate in today's episode. We continue along with our theme this week. Our theme is all about managing the most kind of mental condition. And that is anxiety. Part of your mental wellness has to do with managing anxiety and anxiety is a pretty common condition. In fact most people experience some kind of anxiety at some point in their life. In today's episode you're going to discover and affirmation to help you manage anxiety and an affirmation can be a powerful and effective way to help you manage anxiety if you are in the midst of a panic attack. According to Dr Eileen Strauss Cohen who wrote an article titled Ten Simple Tactics to manage anxiety and panic attacks? She mentions that win. An attack hits can make you feel like you are going crazy. You may have absolutely no control over your mind. And you can't seem to find a way to relax can feel as though you are having an out of body experience or like you've abandoned yourself in the moments of your attack and you can't just wish away the attack and in order to help you manage yourself during the attack it can be helpful to mentally repeat an affirmation such as the one. I'll share with you to do in your own meditation today and to self soothe just as you would be with a loved one or a good friend in their pain and their time of greatest need you could be with yourself and you could talk to yourself a Fermi that you're going through an anxiety attack and although you may not be able to stop it right now you will be fine when it's over at it will be over and win. It is over. You will allow yourself some time to be peaceful and calm after all you're going through and you can notice where you are experiencing the attack the most in your body so observe yourself as if you were gathering information to help yourself which is why you are doing and this will help. Take the edge off the fear associated with panic
"strauss" Discussed on Classics for Kids
"I'm Naomi Lewin. Welcome to classics for kids. This month's composer Johann Strauss junior was a member of a musical family that entertained the entire city of Vienna for much of the Nineteenth Century Johann Strauss junior's junior's father also named Johann Strauss was born in the tavern that his parents owned and ran Strauss senior was fascinated by the musicians who worked in the tavern when he started playing violin I in someone else's dance orchestra and then he started his own orchestra eventually. Johann Strauss had quite a few orchestras with his name on them. Since everyone wanted the higher the official Johann Strauss orchestra and Strauss had groups performing all over Vienna on the same night he always showed up to conduct a few numbers with each one making them all official Johann Strauss Orchestra Johann Strauss senior had some. I'm very good business ideas. Even if he never seemed to have any money he took his stance orchestra on tour something no one had ever done before and when the orchestra wasn't the playing for dances or touring Strauss held outdoor concerts in Vienna on those concerts he also programmed music from popular symphonies and Apperance Johann Strauss senior had a very interesting way of leading leading an orchestra which his son Johan Junior adopted two. They didn't use a baton the little wand most conductors wave to beat time and keep the orchestra together together instead the Strauss's played violin along with the orchestra but they played standing up using their violin bows and the swaying of their bodies. He's to conduct in the next oldest brother. After Johann Junior was Yosef Straus Joseph followed in his older brother's footsteps by not going into the profession. His father chose for him in his case. The military at first Joseph Awesome Strauss became an architect but he also published two math books wrote poetry and plays and invented a street cleaning machine for the city of Vienna of course he was also very musical. He played piano and sang one year. When Johann Strauss junior got very sick he convinced his brother Joseph take over the orchestra for a while that was it Joseph Strauss was now in the family business. Joseph Johann Strauss junior junior also wrote music together. This POLKA is by both of them and then there was the youngest brother Edward Strauss he he was very good at languages and plan to go into the foreign service but he was also good at playing the harp the piano the violin and you guessed it he wound conducting and composing for the Strauss Orchestra to every once in a while all three Strauss brothers teamed up to write a piece of music but Edwards Strauss was very jealous Ellis of his oldest brother who was clearly the most talented of all the Strauss's when Johann Strauss junior died Edward Strauss built a huge fire and burned all of his brothers unpublished music. No one knows how many Strauss waltzes marches and pocos went up in flames. That's the trick Trach Polka by Johann Strauss junior one of the pieces that fortunately did not go up in flames. Both Johann Strauss's junior and senior were known as the waltz king the wants itself was King of music and Vienna during their lifetimes and next week's classics for kids. Show is all all about the waltz. I may only Lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it with Tim Lander at W. G. UC's Cincinnati. I hope you can join me again for more classics for kids.
"strauss" Discussed on Classics for Kids
"Hello welcome to classics for kids. I'm naomi louis. You'd think that someone whose father was a musician wouldn't have any trouble talking his dad into letting him be a musician too right. Johann strauss junior was born in eighteen twenty five in vienna where his father johann strauss senior was is enormously famous as a violinist conductor and composer of dance music but johann strauss senior wanted his oldest son to be a banker. He was very angry when he found out that hunt junior was studying violin behind his back and with one of the violinists in his own orchestra it was yo- hon junior's is mother who encouraged him to be musician and when you hunt stress junior was nineteen. He started his own orchestra and held his first public concert concert. He was in direct competition with his father throughout his life. He was known as johann strauss. The sun fans of the father went to the son's. I concert intending to boo but they wound up cheering because it was clear that the younger strauss was a great conductor and composer to when johan senior are died johan junior combined his orchestra with the best players from his father's orchestra and people began to realize that the younger strauss was even better than and his father johann strauss junior <unk> had a long running musical partnership with a male chorus in vienna and one of his best known waltzes was originally written for that chorus strauss didn't think he was very good at setting words to music and in this case he was right especially since the word sang the praises of electric lights which were brand new in vienna back then the waltz was a flop and it wasn't until strauss conducted it in paris a few months later without the words that on the beautiful blue danube became his biggest just hit <music> <music> straus took his orchestra on tour all over the world. They spent summers at a russian resort and appeared in paris london boston and new york at every stop along the way johann strauss junior wrote music he composed pieces dedicated to all the places he visited and for just about every major historical events in his lifetime for example the emperor waltz celebrated austrian emperor franz josef's fortieth anniversary on the throne <music> operettas. The pieces combining singing numbers for soloists in chorus with spoken dialogue were very popular in johann strauss's time the main operetta composer of the day was jacques offenbach who lived and worked in france when theater directors in vienna got tired of paying to import his operettas they convinced strauss to write some he wound up composing sixteen operettas leaders including deflator mouse the bat which was such a success that it still performed every new year's eve in vienna mm-hmm <music>. Many of his fellow composers really admired joe hunt strauss when yohannes brahms was asked to give an autograph to strauss's wife he scribbled the opening notes of the blue danube waltz and signed the music unfortunately unfortunately not by johannes brahms strauss was known as the waltz king but for the fancy balls of the viennese carnival season he wrote all kinds of other dance music to the johann junior was just one talented member of the strauss family next week. You'll meet the rest of them. I'm a omi lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it with tim lander at w._g. U._c. cincinnati please join me again for more classics for kids.
"strauss" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Welcome to the eric strauss show the house strauss truth across fifty thousand watts compelling incendiary cialis for the soul biographer your brain and if your brain remains awake for more than three hours by a copy of time magazine and look at their fake cover fake bob walpole producer the bob cat the bobcat in the house two four three thirty three thirty three do you feel manipulated by the border crisis in the media the time cover was fake a honduran mom with three other kids she left with the dad split for the border for the second time she was deported in two thousand thirteen she was never separated from her mom but the media won't retract it they won't cover it trump repealed the trump executive order don't separate the families and nobody's talking about it so what do you want twenty one trillion dollars in debt two hundred and fourteen thousand dollars per citizen eight hundred forty one.
"strauss" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Radio with eric strauss how you doing i'm doing great you know i just wanted to say that i hope i can be clear about this but there is a war between the sexes okay between men and women and it started after the fall the bible is the moral compass but after the fall the woman changed in the man the man changed and what happened was that the woman god god warned the women that you know what you're you're passionate will always be for your husband but you will want to rule over him and he warned the man that can now you're now you're work is going to be hard but if he succumbs to like letting her rule over him he'll become passive and because so what happens is that there's this war between men and women because women wanna rule over men they want to be the boss and so what happens is that they they try to make men passive and if men love their wives they will try to be passive to please them and they'll lose that leadership role and that makes the women not respect them so this convoluted war going on and the other thing too that when god gives instruction to the wife he tells her to submit to her husband's leadership and respect him and he tells the husband to love his wife as the weaker one and to try to understand her so in other words what god is telling the husband and the wife are things that are not are not easy for us like if if if god were to tell the woman to love her husband she can do that because we're nurtures by by you know we're made that way we're very nurturing so we can love our husbands but respecting our husbands that's hard for us it's very hard for women to respect so when we learn how to respect our has been then the husband would feel loved and it's the opposite for the husband is god where to tell the husband to loves his wife to respect his wife that's easy for me because they understand respect but to love his wife that's harder for the man he has to understand how to love her and so there there is this it's but once it's it's once men and women can understand that and let god be the moral compass god show them how to love and respect.
"strauss" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"David you're on newsradio kk ob with eric strauss david how're you doing buddy you have to take a dwi course and pass the test over that why shouldn't you have to pass a short quiz to go into vote at least to know the power structure the governor the governor nur the legislature just simple things and i don't see a big problem with that and then you get released and you have to have an id oh i'll get to in a second david thank you for the call as why can't earn burke as bert would say ignorance is the power juice of the idiots interesting man in the world rich rich you're on news radio kk ob if you're with eric strauss sorry go ahead good bert that that was a great imitation that was fantastic thanks first of all straight party line voting the main issue is that it benefits the party in power in the state right.
"strauss" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"33 33 jennifer you're on news radio kkob with eric strauss thanks for taking my call yet oh well they fall kinda fits together he think about peace through strength you cannot have a military and have borders on a country if he think pacifist uh uh international no border pain going on at like what burt said human nature cannot really be changed but we need to be aware of the violent side of human nature and manage the creature and how do you do that by teaching by teaching responsibility and accountability and teaching children how to use guns appropriately and teaching the consequences of those things i wish we could have the car the of the ten commandments in the schools the people with now all to choose life rather than death i think because of abortion like with other people have been saying on the radio people's lives they don't feel that it's anything i i just don't know anything it cheapens life we don't value life the way we deal and i definitely don't think that this is because they care about children on the left it's it's because they're using it for an agenda to take away people's guns so that we don't have the right to defend ourselves it's just really sad to see all of this happening and i think the best way to look yet if ap aps should take um the money is to train and teach kids responsible behaviour that's what the rotc is four and as far as you know shooting being the sport i don't know if you saw the olympics but in the olympics they have a sport in the winter olympics where you targets suit asks do you go cross country skiing biathlon while i often yeah that biathlon i couldn't remember the name of port but it's assassinating way of looking at the theory of sports in the first place sports has been designed and managed didn't even the.
"strauss" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Jose you're on news radio kkob with eric strauss i am i used to be a catholic and uh i i would say that a lot of bible readers have the wrong hey come certain scriptures and so on and uh i um uh you know i you agree with the previous caller about um the catholics uh believing in the ten commandments cause a great number of them don't um the sabbath is the fourth commandment and um a lot of crap uh catholics do not the their observed the the sabbath day uh and also um uh romance chapter thirteen says that we are to submit to the governing authorities and a lot of people in you know just in general a lot of people don't submit uh two for example obeying the the speed limit or uh some of them cheat on their taxes it says very clearly that to not obey the laws is too soon against god so do you feel daca is a law no but uh but i do believe that the legal suit came across the border uh have seemed against got like i think that doesn't submit to the governing authorities anyone who doesn't has sinned against god and of course were you know they're so a vast array of different ways we can soon against god bite not submitting to the government authorities wow that's i that might be the first time i've heard someone put it that way jose that was actually a heck of these got my wheels turning thank you for the call.
"strauss" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"You're on news radio kkob with eric strauss good morning my un doris i'm from sauna fake i didn't hear anything about that uh priest but i do know that plan you go to church and you go get your ashes or your even baptized but priest who claims u2 christ we at the cross on your fourset um which will never disappear it's more stronger than a tattoo it will never be gone once a catholic always a catholic uh and then also says when he puts the ashes on your forehead it says recruitment and the lead in the gospel not revelation that's someone's nightmare and when you see in the bible in rats that's the lord saying to you amen amen i say to you and you'd better wishes doors do do you think it's the churches job to mix politics in that message no it isn't called although he of that when up when you are well i think they they eliminate the ear ligo apart and when you become a catholic or you can just go to the church and say i want a wrench your church so i can have my wedding there you have to become a catholic you have to go through uh instruction you just can't just walk in and just like people came just walk into this country they they have to follow the rules and there are rules and regulations yep then what what is this immigration laws you speak of health everybody thinks dhaka's a law i will say about laws i'm just saying about the illegals coming over like oh open borders broken board but the church the church doesn't let anybody just in through the i'm your that that might be the point of the day doors like you just go have a catholic a you know i wanna be catholic i'm going to go have a catholic wedding babe let's do it no any wading charge you're right if wanted in a church thank you doors for the do that do have rules you right youtube instruction you can't gift it takes six months to become a catholic doors their churches they just.
"strauss" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"News radio kkob with eric strauss got public service announcement for but but he out there uh i ended up and running it added a uh since we're gonna be such a lovely sanctuary city i got um a number that would probably help uh people out there that um would if they want to report and do the work that uh that are meredith on on one done i'd that's number prices okay go ahead and i mean that isis by ice skis because if you're writing to the to the headquarters of isis i mean cranny them maybe no no i know i know you jovan sal okay um all right the number i got the number of or ice to report uh reporting illegals inner city is it tollfree number and number is one eight six six three four seven two four two three again one eight six six three four seven two four two three so you'd see anybody out there uh roads if did an issue where you expect the illegals or anything like that or you see any illegals going ahead and you have to go for it to give that number of call calls so that you could help isis out since i mean the ice out since you don't have um since storm air will not do it like crank thank you for the call i appreciate the psa i mean this fiber pit fired up they really i get the salon times they want solutions so griggs calling it i actually give him kudos it was one of them you're more uh on point calls your i can feel your pay one eight six six three four seven to 43 is the number to ice view suspects people are working illegally so they go craig good job troy you're on news radio kkob with eric strauss.
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"News radio kkob with eric strauss your warning ideal man well dude glory when i hit the budimir says joe i know you're going gonna fire me up on every level i really have to take a sip of coffee before i push the button yeah and in order seen over the years i'm looking at its liberals democrats destroy standards they don't want it has to put effort into things they don't wanna have ethics and morals they don't want you know it's okay to screen a few kilometers old girl was moments when you can do it no no big deal so so that kind of concepts we have tim killer building the ears of albuquerque third that but if it's looking like that you think he's going to run away with it you're going to run away but he's gonna win because there's months yet dole can uh dumbed down brainwashed human beings in this thing that think the democrat word is jesus christ second tummy amp nothing to do when she's a clay we i read the bible pretty much every day um there's ethics and standards the malls in the by democrats have not so you're gonna get ten keller now i work any mortgage company uh in between when all indian school off a wild cross markets not signed the plug cross the that's why work i've been there i started working there in march of this year we've had four breakins four since i didn't know awesome he is the cracking nuts i mean it you know i can solve the problem with crime you'll let me mirror albuquerque i'll fix your current problem you're loopholes who crafted towards both are fischer crime problem um and keller it's going to your way.
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"On news radio kkob with eric strauss morning eric heiden somebody i'd like gear uh tell her fourth question before i ask a question to i i've i crochet we have to ask oh my god to come back into our our society our nation he's given us enough warnings around the world and around this station two people after pray to god that he comes back since we've take them out of our society now these four questions i i'd like you to ask him one of first asia show yes or no quickly go for sanctuary cities and back of is uh sick leave ordinance does he i think that there's uh project that they got going down central was good or bad yes or no and are taking funds from all of these left wing organizations like acorn taco you all of these people that are against our of life and uh against what we need in new mexico in particular albuquerque dave thank you had a caller yup i gotcha i wrote them down that's a good call he was actually move into frank first time caller thanks for calling in your on news radio kkob with eric strauss well good morning um i i have an opinion well to ask you a question on on keller whoever takes over for major i don't think they're going to put a dent it what's really going on in this state because this status is so corrupt and so deep in the good old boy system the judge at the lawyers all those guys the oil each other face jose care lest who goes to jail who doesn't go joe have you guys ever heard of that same crime doesn't pay well it does pay if pace for them because they make money by not putting people into the into jail they go to this program they go to that program they pay this find it pay have fine let me tell.
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"Ask him this asking jewish person voting liberal democrat if they want auschwitz removed i'm going to keep banging this drum until i get an answer bob you're on news radio kkob with eric strauss bob thanks for the show i've been thinking that it it it was diabolical as it is genius they forced russia down our throats now bill they had planted the seed and watered it and then either by design or dumb luck they got the play the race card yep and now they they are dividing the country and it seems to me that the endgame of the statues the statues aren't the issue it's the men behind the statues and specifically the founding fathers and that's the kindling to the fire two what those men stood for uh being disenfranchised and then they get too right a new constitution and quite frankly anyone that opposes that is going to be labelled a racist whether they are not because they've got people on the right who are racist who don't support antithesis views and so you only need one or two of them so label the entire right racist no you're right and i saw a facebook post that made me so mad this morning it said um i hate trump because he's a racist you hate it obama because you're a racist and it it.