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Fresh update on "sutton" discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English
"Twenty sixteen soon before Concert prematurely is such padding which he called great. Jc kumi bra. You still ain't called me. Jc i know you got killers. Please don't send them at my head. Just call me talk on. The following day was committed that up. Clem medical center with hallucinations. Paranoia country too early reports however west was not actually taken to hospital in voluntarily. He was persuaded to do so by authorities. While the episode was first described as one of temporary psychosis caused by dehydration sleep deprivation westman to state was abnormally enough. Twenty-one cancel concert to be covered by insurance ports policy he was reportedly paranoid and depressed throughout hospitalizations and remained on and remained formally diagnosed some have speculated that the paris robbery of his wife may have triggered the paranoia. On november thirtieth. Westwards released now taking all the drugs out of thanks. They don't help mental health disclosure. Mind up even more And looking at his child Astro data uses a twelve o'clock. Thomas was produced exam benway again. He's got the sun opposition something now at check the dates for the twenty two november. Twenty sixteenths on that particular day to go some con- conjunctiva togan do baked big begun guest. He's got mercury in an earth sign. But he's actually an air sign so it's more difficult to express himself. Neptune opposition retrograde and on the date of the twenty two november twenty sixteen neptune's directly on his moon say has moon in sign a pisces or neptune on new moon. When you've already gone a bad relationship. Neptune oil is a bit for square going on this on square moon. And unisys exactly conjuncture ting. His malls in the senators. Now that's not right smartest tours. You just wouldn't go ahead so we can do that. The other thing is movements. Conjunctions saturn's relationships is sutton is sutton is with healthy. gone why senator. The cia mosquito cannot say sentencing leo and the movements in leo and the data happened based sutton sensor osa square uranus. So the date that off state.
"sutton" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"But of course they'll lose losing late there so to speak. I mean of course always has some good points tonight seller good buddies are. We are good buddy. Yeah carcelle not the time you know. I just found out that the kardashians in their final episode of one of their final episodes rented the same house. You guys did we pissed. This is our house. That is so funny. So june korean jay wants to. Who would you rather be. Quarantined in tahoe. With the house beverly hills or the kardashians. Ooh god that's a tough one because there is overlap in some senses. I throw by the way the kardashians reunion tomorrow night on. I cannot wait ultimately. i'd rather be with the kardashians and only because no offense sutton do. They do lounge. Wear they do a lot more lounge. Wear on that true here. It will make up. Sweats oliver de. What's no marijuana sutton. Where you just as hypnotized by crystals as bag as kyle was and if you ever spent one hundred grand on a handbag. I don't talk about prices. Oh okay it was cute bag. It was a cute bag. Okay we'll get into the leather pants and a few weeks Sutton harris m wants to know how your ex husband felt about you getting a diamond this season. well we. We don't talk that much you do. We definitely don't talk about jewelry..
Fresh update on "sutton" discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English
"And here we have had charge and she became a comedian. She's very successful. That so what could it be in her chart. Where might her. Oppositions and bipolar nervous have manifested. And i'm just talking in this particular podcast about oppositions as a means to understand certain mental health disorders relaxing. She's caught some opposition to sutton is use a son. Opposition sutton and son opposition neptune and has venus opposition saturn and venus opposition but venus opposition. Sutton sutton she planet responsibility. Vamos is how you love. I think venus's retrograde so being in a close personal relationship might immediately set off alarm bells for her because southern spout responsibility and then the to their edge way to santo at greater neptune's at grade they're in decidedly blue suits particularly easy for anyway. I mean she has a son conjuncture. Venus that's nice and the things that opposite in her chart. As if i was just her chart talking what needs to be done. Is that the. Mindfulness defiantly will suit her. Not everyone because that will be the next june and with it being conjunctiva to saturn that. The mindfulness needs to be added specifically and path to routine because sutton next in conjunction sat since about responsibility. Chinses sarkic whibley wobbly planet. And have the to can junk you can do. So whibley will be but make sure you grant yourself and come down to earth and with them being in opposition to venus and the sun opposition. Her kua have therapy. Wherever is yes. I totally understand how the mindful this thing will suit her because she needs to escape from The son who she is the some is who we are. What you could opposite is where you need to the sun. Opposition something or other that this you need to let the ego down and allow those other planets some expression now in all oppositions in the charge somebody what planets are in opposition. It's important to allow the both the polar opposites of the planets to be able to express themselves in some way. Maybe even if it's only once a week allowing those things expression rather than them repression depending on what houses that have to come into account as well when you think about mental health. Now i hastened at when you're looking at mental health issues it really hasn't gotten off lot to do with mercury me we could. We could make an argument in. Ruby's char that she's got mercury. Doing some itchy. Unisys arise.
"sutton" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Andy. I thought i thought you were kyle. I'm okay now that's national roller with you. Well it's so funny. Because i'm just like setting when i get nervous. I just take this guy this right. I think you're asking the wrong place. Yeah my next guest. Says anyone who doubts my exquisite manners can kiss my exquisite dairy air real housewives of beverly hills sutton case by the way is it this end. That's supposed to be on the face nat in this roles. Oh well they both. Oh yes i've been doing it wrong. I'm wondering just right out of the gate. I'm wondering june diane. You have so many hot takes on the outside. What are you feeling about sutton's Roller coaster ride of emotions this season. You know what. Here's the thing young all basically crawled out from under a pile of leaves after this pandemic role a little strange middle lane. Thank you. i'm a little strange to i. I get it. I'm i'm dysregulates. Social cues. i'm not taking them right. Now thank you. So the episode tonight ended with erica. Walking into your parisians party. Were you surprised she showed up. No.
Fresh "Sutton" from Religious Programming
"Of a program advice and opinions expressed in Christian crusaders are selling out of the host or guest. Sufficient crusaders, not wtmj, or good karma brands. The following is a paid program advice and opinions expressed during the Lutheran hour or so leave out of the hosts or guests of the Lutheran Hour, not wtmj, or good karma grants. The Lutheran hour, bringing Christ to the nations. Mm. God is above all, but that doesn't mean material stuff is somehow beneath him. Dr. Michael Ziegler talks about the unique nature of Christian spirituality, so we can say that the Christian faith is spiritual. But it doesn't mean that it's mainly or only concerned with the spiritual category. No, it just means that God Through his son and his spirit decided to relate to you as a friend. Real friend got a Facebook friends. And we'll hear more from author Trevor Sutton and Deaconess Dorothy Glenn.
Why Is There Suddenly so Much Talk About Australia's Border Policy?
"Since we were talking about the federal budget last week. Norman there has been a lot of talk not just on this podcast but also in other media in conversations that i've been having with people about australia's border policy and the fact that at the moment living this beautiful almost completely covid free bubble but it can't last forever and just what it's going to take for us to transition back into being part of the broader world again and maybe the sort of cost of that as well because in reopening that has inherent risks built into it. Yes so it's been a fair discussion over the weekend on this group coalition. Mp's calling for reopening her no this last forever and brick sutton's being quoted as qualified way saying that we go to actually start discussing how we're going to open up and accept some more risk and a really good piece Yesterday by brendan crabb. And michael tool from the dead institute in the nine media Talking about just being careful about this and these are two people who really know what they're talking about and have got pandemic experience. Look the here are the issues laid out one is we will have to open up one day. We've been told since the beginning of this pandemic that really the only way out of it is as a vaccine. We have a vaccine rollouts at the moment which according to probably the best available data has us completely immunized early. Two thousand and twenty three. What's not completely immunized. But as a percentage of the population
Fresh update on "sutton" discussed on Hollywood 360
"What a cast! Edgar Barrier her Butterfield Parley. Baer Ben, right? And you had Roy Rohan doing the announcing on there. And I think his voice is a little deeper than mine. Just it doesn't take much a little bit. Also will most deeper than your Yeah, I know Wilms Herbert in that cast, too. Great show, William Conrad, too. I didn't even mention him. I forgot to mention William Conrad. He was U. S Marshal Matt Dillon on Gunsmoke. How could you not mention him? Hope you enjoyed that CBS broadcast. Of escape, But it's time now for Sarah Knight Adamson segment. She is our national movie critic. And here she is. Hello, Carl. Here's an old fashioned and charming film with an English countryside setting in 1939. The dig. 2021 is a film by Australian director Simon Stone. It has been playing in theaters and Oh boy, now it's on Netflix. It's based on the 2000 and seven book of the same name. By author John Preston. Here We see real life Archaeologists Basil Brown, played by Ralph finds as he uncovers 1/6 century Anglo Saxon burial ground at Sutton Hoo, Suffolk, England. Carey Mulligan stars as the real life widowed Mrs Edith Pretty, the wealthy owner of the state and the land. What.
Candidates Find It's Not Easy Getting New Yorkers To Sign Their Ballot Petitions During A Pandemic
"Anywhere in the city in the past week or so, you've probably noticed clipboard toting volunteers asking you to sign your name. That's because it's petition season. Each person running for office in New York City needs to collect hundreds of signatures to make it on the ballot. And there are more than 500 people running. W one my CI's Glen Hogan reports. I could you help get a candidate on the ballot for Manhattan Borough President Volunteer Rachel Pratt is collecting signatures in Madison Square Park. Do you think it helps get a candidate on the ballot for Manhattan Borough President Tire? You have registered Democrat in Manhattan? Okay, she's trying to get Kim Watkins on the ballot for Manhattan borough president. And it's tough going in about a half an hour. She's only gotten one person to sign. Well, I think I have to finesse my ass because I've got a up my game that passes another person, also collecting signatures and gets her second of the morning. That girl said. All right, I know what it's like. And you can use your own town values a sympathy signature. Not just anyone. Consign. You got to be a registered voter in the same party as the candidate running. And your address has to be in the district where the races but don't sign for two candidates in the same race. One of those signatures will probably get thrown out cold that has made this election season particularly challenging. I know it's a pandemic, and people have reservations about getting too close and having conversations more than 100 candidates tried to suspend petitioning The judge ruled against them. Last month, state lawmakers did lower the number of signatures required, but they also shortened the time people have to collect those signatures. Lincoln wrestler who's running for City Council, says he tested positive for Cove it right after collecting signatures, and Loree Sutton cited covert concerns about petitioning as one of the reasons she suspended her campaign for mayor. It's like ridiculous that I think may expect people to stop and sign things because, like I probably stop for myself honestly, if I was walking the streets, this is David Estrada also stocking Madison Square Park for some things. I miss. You mentioned Democrat Manhattan. Any chance he's collecting signatures for tally for Haiti, and Weinstein, a candidate for Manhattan. D Yet my gun for hire Yeah. So I just whoever pays me the highest collect signatures for basically honestly and it's all analog. No online petitions here just the serendipity of safely crossing paths with the right person with a clipboard. Thank you so much. Thanks for signing When Hogan W N Y c news form or on the elections
Fresh update on "sutton" discussed on H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast
"There's less chance less instances of racism or more. I wanna say like because that's question waffle on it's an interesting one. I think you have you have areas. Communities are diverse where people live side by sides. That might not necessarily be more more harmonious than than you'd expect to imagine because people aren't talking to one another and that's what it comes down to the end of the day you know regardless of where you live you live in sutton where i am at the moment. All hands of where i grew up. If you don't chat to your neighbors who might be from different walks of life all different indeed might even be like you might be it from my my neighbors. Who are indian. When i was growing up in hanover from different parts of the job the might be pakistan from the of paul punjab in pakistan robin in india from other parts of india. But he don't talk to them and you don't donald barriers. Of course you can have those issues. Those tensions you can have that lack of understanding and what it comes down to the end of the day wherever you have got. I've asked means he's living side-by-side north or your budget committees is. You've got these issues when people aren't talking to another they don't trust one another because they don't know one of and it's interesting connecting to crime and i discovered a very long time ago actually was always the four of my mind when i ran for Recently for police and crime. Commissioner was that crime goes down in areas where there's neighborhood watches researches on when you have a neighborhood watch in an area in a crime tends to go down not not necessarily. Because you know you've got people out on the streets patrolling. They're keeping criminals way. It's nice because people no one of his name's they say. Hi eric hi john. Hi steve walker more cohesion and look at one another and i can say anything. You know where i live. Currently the moment. I can walk up and down. Everyone knows because it'd be putting leaflets. Who also it trying to get elected that the point with no one was and they know me and we can say to one another and you have that and you have he's innis and that's what makes a big difference in your communities. It makes a difference when it comes to crime and criminality people looking out for one. Another are making shore betty next door. Who's who's just had. A population is okay. And she's not being. She's not having any problems..
Goodhart's Law in Reinforcement Learning
"Student at university. College london minds researches mauka manipulation if you have self trading algorithm does it learn to manipulate markets. And then going from that. How'd you stop it for many players in the market on cutting more generally how do you tell algorithm which runs a policy. How do you tell it. The certain things are illegal. Should be done. So it's kinda taking me on more security journey than i thought it would because of going into the world of experimental psychology lower because not market knows very interested in intent lieutenant and they're also interested in coz -ality my work at the moment is trying to establish will Like for an hour them and the what the beginning to be talking about today is connected to quality so is an area that really came up in my kinda full mold machine learning education and it was only probably just over a year. When i read a book by judy. Appel will the book of why a restarted get interested in the subject to causality and realize that it's something but isn't tool on isn't handled while a machine learning at all. And if you read the book. Paul is very adamant about the importance of alexey. In housing types of analysis simply can't walk without taking into account so it drew a question in my mind is wide or how machines machine learning techniques reinforcement dining. what when there's no explicit treatment of causality. it's all so that led to the dog brought to pipe official quoted by fulminate cool cool combo good health law enforcement butting so a reinforcement learning should be all about causality. You have an agent. He chooses actions that she's actions. That somehow changes the world. They receive some kind of award the world changes and so on so you think that reinforcement learning calls aleksey guy well together and actually if you to believe bill. They can't walk reinforcement. Dining should be able to work if causality isn't explicitly treated. But if you look at sutton a barter which is the canonical text on reinforcement. Learning a search for the wet causality. Causal anything like that pays exactly zero times in the book. So someone's gotta be wrong. Eva wrong in saying that actually k. nikon generate any kind of policy to solve a problem or reinforcement dining extremely lucky so far in the Questions that they've studied have contained any kind of interesting causal structure. I agree that the word causality is suspiciously missing from most of the reinforcement literature. Books and papers. I've encountered but it almost feels like it could be there implicitly. Could this just be a matter of semantics. Well that's the great hope from deep reinforcement dining. I guess that ye somehow by involving date neural network in order this somehow in that your network which is unknowable. Mysterious does the job of analysing causality. It doesn't automatically so you don't need to think about it. And it's done you don't need to worry about to me fulfillment dining works. So let's move on. And i guess there is an element of that because reinforcement dining does work. But it just made me think about if you look in science. In general there's a long history of humans discovery techniques which work with before actually understanding why they work so i was thinking about i on the on age was five hundred bc even saudi arabia and to make land. You need to take on all you. Smelted with coke and the coke burns in the air that produces carbon monoxide to carbon monoxide displaces. The oxide in the side which then lacey with real on so at what point in human silenced. It be realized that was happening. Probably two years lights may be seventeen eighteen. Hundreds ole is time. We still had on tools. Said he didn't really matter that we didn't know why what it did kind of walk on. I like bit to reinforcement learning. Maybe the process. Which does what. It's a bit mysterious. Maybe ego to do things to get it to work. But the actual understanding as to white wax isn't diane. I think without an understanding of sally cardi understand. Why rainbow sledding works. I can pull out a textbook or maybe go
Weather Experts Say Lack of Planning Caused Cold Catastrophe
"Experts say a lack of planning caused the cold catastrophe We lived through last week because the killer freeze was no surprise. At least 20 people dead four million homes without power heat of water At some point meteorologist sounded the warnings weeks ahead of time to officials and on social media tweets like off the charts. Cold blog's about Arctic air alerts, warning of sub freezing temperatures. The head of the National Weather Service is behavioral insights units as people may have heard the message, but we're thinking cold is no big deal. Something disaster science professor Jeanette Sutton says, is human nature. That's Julie Walker reporting. Meanwhile, the temperatures in Texas starting to warm up now the cleanup
Weather experts: Lack of planning caused cold catastrophe
"Weather experts say a lack of planning caused the cold catastrophe we all lived through last week because that killer freeze was no surprise. At least 20 people dead four million homes without power heat of water At some point meteorologist sounded the warnings weeks ahead of time to officials and on social media tweets like off the chart Cold Blog's about Arctic air alerts, warning of sub freezing temperatures. The head of the National Weather Service is Behavioral Insights unit says People may have heard the message. But we're thinking cold is no big deal. Something disaster science professor Jeanette Sutton says is human nature. It is our communication with trusted people around us that influence the decisions. We make even more so than the message. Another weather expert says of the utility and power companies left unprepared. Saying the storm was so big it wasn't planned for is not a great way to
Weather experts: Lack of planning caused cold catastrophe
"I'm Julie Walker weather experts say a lack of planning because the cold catastrophe we lived through last week because that killer freeze was no surprise at least twenty people dead four million homes without power heat or water at some point insured damages so far estimated eighteen billion dollars meteorologist sounded the warning for weeks at a time to officials and on social media tweets like off the chart cold blogs about arctic air alerts warning of subfreezing temperatures but the head of the national weather service's behavioral insights unit says people may have heard the message but we're thinking cold is no big deal something disaster science professor Jeannette Sutton says it's human nature it is our communication with trusted people around us that influence the decisions we make even more so than the message another weather expert says of the utility and power companies left unprepared saying the storm was so big it wasn't planned for is not a great way to plan I'm Julie Walker
Virginia legislature votes to end death penalty
"Virginia today. Lawmakers in the state house voted to abolish the death penalty and if governor ralph northam signs. The bill virginia would become the twenty third state to end capital punishment. Whitney evans is report for member station. Vpn and she joins us now from richmond and whitney. What's the latest in virginia. Where things stand with this bill. Hi yeah. Both chambers have now approved their versions of the bill but they still have to resolve a disagreement before it can actually go to the governor's desk and that's whether people who were at one time sentenced to die in virginia would perhaps be eligible for parole down the road and the senate is actually pushing for pearl eligibility. So are they going to have to vote. they're going to have to go into what's called a conference committee and hash it out and then they will have then and then it would go to the governor for his signature so democrats are in control of the state legislature in virginia. And the votes on this. Bill have been think largely on partisan lines party lines. But you note that at least a couple of republicans have shown some support along the way. Why is that news newsworthy. That's right well. Democrats have been wanting to abolish the death penalty for some time but they didn't have control of the legislature One republican senator. Bill stanley actually signed onto cosponsor. This bill The senate version of the bill but he backed out because senate democrats wanted to leave the parole provisions in and In the house today to republicans join their democratic colleagues to vote for the bill. In what are you hearing from other people who have an interest in keeping the death penalty groups supporting the victims families or maybe police advocates. How are they responding right. So law enforcement groups in virginia support the death penalty. They wanna make sure that people can still be sentenced to death particularly for killing police officer. the majority of virginia republicans. Again say You know they also support the death penalty and they say victims families deserve what they see. As as this form of justice mind you. I've spoken to numerous family members of victims. Not just in. Virginia who say you know it only makes healing more difficult. And they don't see it as justice at all. I really spoke to rachel. Set sutton the daughter of a police officer who was murdered by name. William in two thousand six more of it was executed in two thousand seventeen against his wishes. Did we just lose. Whitney their whitney. Are you okay well. Why don't we play that tape. If we're waiting for whitney to come back here on the line why don't we play that tape if we have it or many of us and we have continually spoken out that this is not what we wants however we want to honor that is who disagree with us and we are not speaking against them but against this issue that we see from combat society. Yes up and told me that following the whole process leading up to more of his execution was just really painful. Sorry for the technical difficulties. There whitney could you put this into context for us quickly. Virginia has a long history of executing people but actually hasn't done so in a few years. So what does that mean for. People who are still on death row right there to people on death row for capital murder. Both men are black in their forties One of those individuals was convicted of murdering his girlfriend and her two young children. The other was sentenced to death for killing a police officer so abolishing. The death penalty in virginia would reduce their sentences to life in prison. All right whitney evans legal reporter for vpn in richmond. Virginia thank you so much. Thank you
A Look Inside ZoomInfo's Plans For 2020 with Scott Sutton VP of RevOps
"What's your focus for twenty twenty one in where you guys will improve. Yeah i think if you've been falling as in kind of What we talked about a lot of earnings calls and our progression or looking at international expansion and twenty twenty one putting more concerted effort. They're continuing to grow out. Our business were you. We've been growing growing. I think solidifying enterprise organization better. Serving our largest clients is an area of growth and continuing to expand products. We think Expanding beyond the core of what our product is a lot of people think of us as a data provider solely. Maybe doesn't know all of the other things sales intelligence tools we have the acquisitions we've made surrounding out. That is a big focus from me and the team here. So you guys integrating you guys have as you mentioned you've made some acquisitions in the intelligence space and helping people Your products are amazing. You do a lot more like i used to. Just think of zoom info is like okay. Let's go get a list you know. And we give it to the sales team and they start dialing an email So much more now especially around the tent Are you working on deeper. Integrations with those tools How how you evolving your own tech stack. Yeah i think There's a couple of different ways so there a couple of the acquisitions. From last year with click aji and string click different. It was really about bolstering the antenna offering that we have and giving going into real time intent where you can actually see the moment that people are are searching for your particular keyword search for your application and targeting in and then offering custom ten. I think people who have looked at the intense space they're always kind of pigeonholed into certain keywords. We're going to be able to offer really bespoke custom audiences so for chop funnels. If you had a great particular niche that you wanted to go after we could curate that for you and helped deliver it. And that's that's really unique in. It's interesting on. It's something that that i find value and then Everything is really about. Continue to bolster our database in the breadth of coverage. We are looking to expand our engaged product and and offer more of a holistic offering for those who want to kind of go to market out of our application so doing basic dialing in emailing directly from the
Hall of Fame pitcher Don Sutton dies at 75
"Hall of fame. Pitcher don sutton is passed away at the age of seventy five in his career. He won three hundred twenty four games at a three point to sixty or
Los Angeles Dodger Hall Of Fame Pitcher Don Sutton Dies At 75
"Fame pitcher and longtime Atlanta Braves broadcaster Don Sutton died yesterday at the age of 75. Sutton was a four time All Star and pitch for the Dodgers, Astros, Brewers, athletics and Angels. He had a career record of 3 24 and 2 56, and he retired in 1988. You can find more
Don Sutton, Hall of Fame Right-Hander, Is Dead at 75
"Fame pitcher Don Sutton passes away at the age of 75, The right hander won 324 games in his career, primarily with the Los Angeles Dodgers, but also with four other clubs. Sutton was also a part of the Nationals broadcast team in 2007 and in 2000 and eight NFL. The
Becoming What We Already Are
"Good morning happy thanksgiving plenty to be thankful for rural alive and kickin which is good. So today i wanted to talk about the the buddhis- original statement all beings the wisdom and virtue of the awaken one to the snus but because of our upside down views failed to see it. We talked about buddhism. We talk about saying we talk about all kinds of religions and ultimately it comes down to this this moment in time but maybe more important than that is a relationship to quite often You know as slight. Yeah go to practice this things so that these things will happen but is very difficult for us to actually swallow own existence this the whole existence of of having a whole you know usually we play our own criteria on it. You know like one. I will become Walt what. I have what i haven't A lives in competitive in comparison with other people's lives all criteria. We add add over the top ten to ten to get us confused about what life is The old teaches they. They tend to tell us. Basically everything's okay all you know so. That's the first thing intrinsic pa. Everything's okay you know why. Why make any more work than than the life that you already live in and then others I'm more concerned with method. You know so. Many people will get confused over those two. Things seem to to be jokes poems to one another you know ultimately in our own life it comes down. you know. he's the. Are you satisfied with the life that you have is this okay. I mean if you satisfied. There's not an awful lot of work that needs to be done. No matter how deep or shallow you feel your understanding. Is you know if you feel that this is complete and is not an awful lot to be taken care of and you can appreciate the the life the life that you have doesn't doesn't matter about the the whole tra paktika all of the buddhist teachings all of his n teach and they really don't mean an awful lot because that just additions or descriptions of the life that we have all movement towards the life that we already have this point in time This morning i was thinking about. You know i was thinking about this. And i was looking at a call on to to sort of illustrate the because it'll get it gives us you know slightly different sort of perspective on life so this is from the the gate lewis gate soon. Japenese so get loose by your moderation. This is a case. Nine called died suci show once among carelessly asked prese joe of koyo died. Suci show buddha sutton meditate in the meditation hall for ten calpers but the dhamma of the the buddha did not manifest itself and he could not attain buddha hood. Why was this joe replied. You'll question is reasonable in date could elected that the monk said he sat end in the meditation whole. Why did we not attain buddha hood. Joe replied because he is a non attained buddha milnes country. I approved the old barbarian realization. But i do not approve. The bob barons of the standing when an ordinary person has realized that he is a saint. If a sane understands it is nothing but an ordinary person the verse far better than realizing the body is to realize the mind be at peace if the mind is realized there is no anxiety about the body if the body and mind
"sutton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Sutton has died at the age of 76 from Cove it Cameron Fairchild reports sudden was being treated in New Orleans for the virus. Over the past few months, she made her on screen debut in 1974 in the autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman. Sudden appeared in movies, Monster's Ball and the help as well as episodes of Queen Sugar. True Detective and Lovecraft Country. I'm Cameron Fairchild. Saugus Boys basketball team coaches died in a tragic accident. 57 year old Mark Bertrand became trapped under a bobcat machine that overturned on him at his home. On Friday, He was rushed to a hospital where he later died. Bertrand was the boys basketball coach at Saugus, Middle and high school. One of the hardest gift trends this holiday season involves a hands off and a condom, ALS economical approach to giving CBS is Stephan Kaufman explains. The pandemic is causing large increases in both digital coupon sign ups and redemptions. We saw over 90% increase in loyalty sign ups. We saw over 50% increase in digital redemptions, which was just astronomical compared to anything that we've seen in the past John Hanley within tech and admire, intelligence says Food coupons are the most popular, However, we did see an uptick and coupon usage around paper supplies. Those deals have faded away, but we are starting to see this comeback. Stephan Kaufman CBS News It's 4 57 up next at five updates and the process to ship the first doses often approved covert vaccine. Her video elves are at it again. Oh, I heard Christmas radio is better than ever. 100% Christmas favorites Commercial Free.
Actress Carol Sutton dies of Covid-19 complications
"Actor Carroll sudden has died in New Orleans of complications from the coronavirus. She was 76 years old Gwen Thompkins reports that sudden appeared in more than 100 movies, plays and television shows. Karel sudden began acting in 1968 with the Dashiki Project Theater, which mounted place about the complexities of African American life. It was a natural fit. Her mother was a community activist as a child, sudden road in the family car with Martin Luther King Jr. The year he co founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. Sudden worked steadily as an actor, but she kept her day job at an agency fighting poverty in the city. After retiring from social work in 2011, she appeared in Queen Sugar and Lovecraft Country. On Friday. Film crews in New Orleans pause production in her honor
New Orleans stage and screen actor Carol Sutton dies at 76
"Corona virus complications. She was 76 Sutton was a fixture on stages in her native New Orleans and appeared in more than 100 movies, plays and television shows. Including 1980, nine's Steel Magnolias and the TV Serious Queen Sugar. Farmers in India, intensifying their protest
Carol Sutton, New Orleans Star Known For Role In 'Steel Magnolias,' Dies At 76
"Actor. Carol sudden also died this weekend. From corona virus complications she was seventy six sutton was a fixture on stages in her native new orleans appeared in more than one hundred movies. Plays and television shows including nineteen eighty-nine steel magnolias and the tv series queen.
Why are health authorities still struggling to communicate?
"I'm helter for teigen. Tayla and opposition journalists daughter. Norman swan tuesday the first of december and this time a year ago there was a virus circulating in hubei province just starting to reported probably sprayed from mid-november and things are just gathering pace under the radar one year ago. We'll have to deep dive into the early days of the virus. But not today norman. Okay hold myself back well. The last couple of days have been a role ride again in adelaide. Norman we've heard about a man who was out and about with covid and there were question marks about whether he should have been an isolation or not and the communication seems a bit messy. And it's been a bit hard to know what he was expected to do. Or whether he understood what he was expected to do. And even now i can't really make sense of what he was expected to do whether he knew it or not. How do we make sense of these sorts of things and if we can't communicate it well then. How do we know that people actually know what to do. Yeah i think what you're seeing here is an early forgetfulness. If you like of the key message from this pandemic throughout deploy doesn't matter really what country you're in is that if you've got consistent messaging from the leadership in other words political leadership and your public health dealership then people trust that and the follow it and hopefully that advice is solid and australia by large. It has been solid. So that from prime minister to brandon murphy and from dana andrews and brett sutton and alan chang and so on so in other words. You've you've had your good synchrony. We've had very policies in australia in terms of lockdown okay. They've been controversial. But communication has been fairly consistent now in toria the data looked they were transparent but the actually weren't that transparent sometimes very hard for us to make sense of what they were actually saying. And i think that reflected robin name being deliberately obscure. It just reflected the fact that they're contact tracing was in a bit of a mess and therefore the really have good data to pass on. So now you've got this situation and it's very important to remember this because support for the next pandemic important if the coronavirus comes back in australia. Such as you've had in south australia is that surfaced jones behaviorally well differently. They've come forward to be tested however a wobble like this does create a problem for community understanding because the temptation here of course is to victim blame. Oh there's this guy and he's out in a boat and probably even imply that yesterday on corona cast. He's been out of the boat. What a decayed during this and so on and so forth it turns out. He's actually behave quite well. And if there was confusion over communication that confusion has been all levels the understanding. We seem to have got yesterday. Was that he in fact was a casual. Contact was told to wait until he was tested. He was tested. And i said we got the result. The result was negative so he wasn't in quarantine and then he was told to get another test at eleven days which apparently was positive and it was while he was positive that he was out in a boat. I'm not sure that the nudity was positive but he was out in about roundabout that period of time. So it's just another example where you're creating danger when you're not sure of your facts and and you jump in people us we jump into and but we are assuming that the information is accurate. Not making any excuses about this is just another lesson that how the authorities communicate is essential to the control of the pandemic and to this one. Because it's not over yet
Up to 3 Inches Heavy Rain Expected Thursday in Washington DC Area
"Have some heavy rain at times. An additional 1 to 2 inches of rain will be possible tonight rose still in the mid thirties showers and a few storms still expected. And then the rain will continue through tomorrow morning before the system finally moves out much warmer tomorrow in the mid forties and will be windy, though, for the 41 Storm sent our meteorologist Emily Sutton. This report is sponsored by the extradition temporal
Extending Precision Medicine Beyond Cancer
"Us. Thank. You very much having me. We're GONNA talk about precision medicine. It's excess in the area of cancer and what it's GonNa. Take to see precision medicine expanded to other areas in a routine way. Perhaps it's best if we can begin with a definition, what does the term precision medicine need? Yet. Not Great questions. So I think precision medicine both always been defined. By the outcome that it impacts the we talk about the right drug at the right dose of the right time for the patient, which ultimately gets us to this point of giving patients the best. And most lice treatments will that given condition and the current situation? I think there's a fourth dimension that's worth mentioning here too and I think is an important component of everything we of when it comes to precision medicine is the the idea of diagnosis and so opposed to be able to give. The right treatment to the patient we need the diagnostic tools that go beyond simply saying you know this person has cancer or even this President has breast cancer but rob the timing us this patient has breast cancer. They have a molecular alteration or over expression and the sets in Gino protein that cancer is early stage late stage on, they have sutton other biological characteristics. In all of this combined means, we're going to treat them accordingly, and so I think this. This unlamented diagnosis is really important which also by the way applies to monitoring tools. To detect recurrence earlier than imaging. And to be able to change all treatment approaches as needed. So to me, it's it's absolutely about the treatment, but also the tools to to select that that treatment. The right one at the right time. We've seen percents, precision medicine reshaped the cancer landscape although I'm still surprised how many patients face a passive surgery radiation and chemotherapy is if not much as changed to what extent is precision medicine reshape the cancer landscape today. Yes, that's a great question and. It's true I think we talk about precision medicine. Lawson undoubtedly has impacted positively loss of. Lot of aspects of of cancer and cancer treatment but but certainly, not to every two or in every situation. I think when it comes to to precision medicine in the impact, it's had within the oncology space I see in a few dimensions thinking. Yeah full four dimensions here. So I think the fuss is what I alluded to in the beginning is around. So it's really changed and still is changing how we diagnose patients with. it's it's changed by giving us a better and deeper understanding of what it means when we give a diagnosis. So we have a lot more information that we can provide. And also now with the advances inequity biopsy and other tools were able to to also diagnose people earlier. Easy Foster. It's obviously still you know still being developed. It's not. I would say implemented in all cases, but it is helping to facilitate this diagnosis and in many cases, we now compared to twenty years ago, can provide lot more information. At diagnosis by status stages disease, which then in turn helps to to select the right treatment. I think you know the second dimension is is obviously the right treatment and I think that stems from. The the great. Advances. We've had in understanding the disease biology. And the drivers of of many tumors. So there's been a lot of investment in understanding what's driving cancer. What's causing the cells to control? which time has led companies to be able to identify the right targets and develop the the right treatments? For those patients. So that is that is definitely been a major impact. You know as we mentioned model not in all tumor types, of course that But in many of them. Now, what even at the point where we see? Full some of the haematological to Ms. Essentially individualized therapies, but the caught sees So this is. This is sort of moving moving even beyond what we think of as the talk of at therapies this normal heals, all curfews. The other thing that I think is interesting when it comes to treatment which I think it goes back a little bit to your point that some people do indeed still receive surgery chemotherapy is that while that is true, there are tools now that can tell us. When patients should be receiving these these types of interventions. So take take early stage breast cancer as an example here. And indeed stage to my think that there's always a question around how aggressively we want to treat. Will Benefit from chemotherapy oftentimes, we are on the side of caution because we want to make sure that that would doing everything for the patients and even though it's tough for them to do many do decide to go that route. But now we have. Tests, genomic tests on contact the XS one of them that can actually provide physicians. With information on risks goal and risk of recurrence in so they can then decide and tell their patients you. we think you would benefit from from some additional chemotherapy or actually your risk of recurrence is very low and you won't benefit. So Wallace people are still receiving. Chemotherapy I think we also have tools to Baptist select when and which types of treatments people Yeah. People need to have, which is the quite beneficial.
"sutton" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast
"Listen Episode Three Twenty Two and I'm your host for Martin Kelly Sutton is a software engineer Gusto on their application infrastructure team. He lives in San, Francisco with his wife and their small dog. Greta Kelly has been Nubian rails for about fifteen years. You can follow him on twitter at Kelly Sutton, or find them at Kelly Sutton dot com, welcome to the show Kelly plates Revenue Britney. Glad to be here Kelly. What is your developed origin? Sorry? Yep So I. Elect to.
"sutton" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Didn't get to spend a lot of time with the rate so I don't. There's not much there wasn't a lot of one on one time with us. Scott it what is your by the way. Sutton you have. How many kids three. You have three kids. How old are they? They're thirteen sixteen and now eighteen all with me in the house. I I show enough food your we do not see them on the show because it was a decision that my ex husband made and I have to respect it. You know. We're co-parenting and he was pretty adamant so You know there you go. It's too bad because I love being with my kids and it shows a different part of my personality. I think was going to say because we see I happen to have seen you from your From when we put you on tape before the show aired so I think there are different sides of you that the viewer isn't seeing because they're not seeing your kids in right family life a little bit so i. What do your kids think of the show or of you being on it yet? It's so funny especially not to. They loved watching it. We watch it together. My my son was like mommy so savage I. I didn't mean to Sutton have you as you watched. And you see how you came in guns blazing and very full of opinions. Which I love by the way I think is really you know interesting in its honest and real when you watched it back. Were you surprised that yourself or was there anything that you wish that you had a share No I.
"sutton" Discussed on Kingpins
"This is kingpins upon kost original. I'm Alistair and I'm kate every day in. May We're featuring a quote by an iconic crime figure teaching us in their own words what it takes to survive in the underworld. Today's quotes is from bank robber. Willie Sutton known for his gentlemanly manner and for Escaping Jail Multiple Times. His crimes eventually earned him spot on the FBI's most wanted list according to the FBI. When asked why he robbed banks he replied. That's where the money is first off. We have to burst our bubble a little according to Sutton. He never actually said this. It was invented by a reporter looking to capitalize on his fame in nineteen fifty two but the quote fit his spirit so well that he later embraced it. Writing a memoir called where the money was in nineteen seventy six sutton very literally learned. That's where the money is early in his life. When he walked to the bank at the age of fifteen he sold the drudgery of the working people coming in early to take out nickels and dimes while the bank owner pulled up in his private car. Eleven Sutton's father. Older brothers were working. Men Struggling in mechanic factory jobs and growing up in Brooklyn he was also surrounded by Irish. Italian mobsters the haves and have nots. Where apparent on top of all this. He had an aunt Alice who was from a wealthy family. She would dress him in suits and take him to fancy restaurants giving him a taste of what things were like on the other side of the divide. If the problem was how do I get around? The dreary lifestyle of a lower class worker than the simple answer was just not live that life. He spent the rest of his teens. Committing acts of theft. Eventually he would take his chances at the big leagues in Nineteen thirty. He robbed his first bank. This first part of his crime spree didn't last long. He was caught and sent to prison less than a year later but he escaped the year after that once again. He had encountered a circumstance. He didn't care for and chose the simplest way out of it. He used a makeshift ladder to climb over the prison wall. Once he was back on the streets sutton came to be admired as he lived a life. Free of restriction. In a way that many Americans wished they could he was known for being a snappy dresser and a snappy talker which is why he got the nickname slick willy. He was the last person you'd expect to rob you. In fact in where the money was he says the Willie Sutton trademark has always been to get inside the bank by wearing the kind of uniform that would lead the gone to open the door for me without question. He also says that he preferred rubbing crowded banks as it made it less likely that anyone besides the person he was rubbing would pay attention to him again. This speaks to his. Keep it simple mentality rather than trying to finagle. A specific complicated scheme. He chose the more direct path walking through the front door. And clearly stating what he wanted as if it were no different than making withdrawal but of course eventually the consequences of his actions did catch up with him. He was called again in one thousand nine hundred eighty four and sent to the eastern state penitentiary in Philadelphia. This time getting out wouldn't be as easy as leaning ladder up against the wall. In fact it would be eleven years before he successfully escaped and even then he was recaptured on the very same day. But he simply kept trying. He escaped again in February. Nineteen forty seven this time making it as a fugitive for five years before being caught again on the one hand that's where the money is exemplifies. Sutton's inability to see the bigger picture to recognize that his crimes had consequences and one day. He'd get himself into a situation. He couldn't walk his way out of. But on the other hand it shows how shutting out the voices in our heads that fill us with fear and doubt and focusing on our goals can lead to amazing things..
"sutton" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"Put like. Someone needs to put like the birdhouse like hover over the birdcage. Cover over renaissance. You can go to sleep so then. Some deviled eggs are passed him when he goes. What is this what is this? What am I supposed to just eat this? It's a deviled egg and kyle goes up to ourselves and I was like. Oh my God she starts to say we look like twins. She's like we look like look at us because she's like wait a second. I'M NOT GONNA say we look like twins because she looks so much better than I do. Also I'm white and she's black and I feel like if I say we look like twins to trouble on twitter for some reason so I've just got to just say we looked like look at you. Look at you then. We also very jealous. That Garcia did it much better than we see Aaron talking to some husband and he goes yeah. You know what you need to live up here for a second. You'll want to drink some Tequila. God bless Erin God bless that man and his oversized blue ox for them. So it's time to go to the table. And there's no assigned seating. Hopefully the wine glasses are appropriate. So sounds like I'm I don't WanNa be mean I don't WanNa be the mean girls and I don't want to be mean girls. I'm the one that no one wants to sit with. You know what? I'm Sayin' GIRL. Says there is no mean girls and set and goes and then everyone just stares at her and she's like well. I don't know I don't know until he gets were and then she goes. Let's be on it at the reasons she wishes they're they're nameplate is because she can look around and see that her name is not next to my name. Sick Burn Teddy Super High Teddy. So then speaking of of there being no mean girls teddy is talking to Kyle right and she right next. Mckay Sutton turns her back talking to Renna and then yet or whoever jittery yes yes Some Shit stor threat so SOCO's like oh So how was your hurry cocktails with with and Sutton and teddy's like it was fun. It was fine and while they're talking doritos talking to sudden and delete is like street tries to whisper into Sunday or something like. I thought you said that that Teddy doesn't like you because sudden things that had. He doesn't like her so they're sort of saying that quietly. So Kyle goes. I just overheard son saying that. You don't like her which is like a search the mean girl thing to do so then certain goes up to the since she was like well. They say dinner's ready. And I don't know where to sit. Where are supposed to sit? If there's not a place name tag on the seat what how do I know whether it's just you sit? Where the fuck you crazy face right down. Yeah listen if I had my choice to just sit on a big old Dick and they're and so yeah. She suddenly everyone else's seeded and then she comes in and goes Kyle. I was afraid this is going to happen. I don't know where to sit and now I feel very uncomfortable. Oh no we wouldn't want that teddy move it move over Teddy and she sees her right next to Teddy. She puts her right next to patty which is just so kyle so glaring and Renan's like sudden she's not the Board of America Ballet Troupe. Whatever and MOCHA and you know please. Cards City Green Arrangements are like very serious business. Her sort of like has CPR apprentice. Very important to me. I came out wait until next year. When RIMMA GOES FOR SIDON CANNOT WAIT? This is always has ever kept a friend that she's brought on the so. This is my good friend. Eden Sassoon up So Yeah so the so basically sudden sudden like sits down. And he's like well that's what you PLOP yourself down. Just go for Sautin you know. I'm a polite person. He's too so I was like. This is connie she's basically the new guy. The new guy here. Sorry Jean what was his name. Her that you land land. Sorry Glam this is Glenn. Inuit Connie everybody and counties that you will enjoy some truffle foam and I'll automatically. I was like Oh fuck off. Connie with your fucking foam with your homes. So so denise sitting looking miserable and reads like I'm I liked it at. I'd like to speak have everyone everyone at the table and say welcome home cars. I come home it's like. Oh Kyle's home a mike like no one cares. It's not like she. Literally Lebron garrels. Five years literally. This is not a national holiday so I was like okay. I'll make a little speech. My daughter asked. What is this for and I said to welcome me. Ha ha ha. No just kidding I really wanNA think Marizzio for doing such a stellar job of holding down the fort. And he's like yeah. Did it new circus? So is he getting some tonight and she's like well. I mean that's always a possibility set and goes that is not dinner table. Conversation at everyone gets silent. Just like awkwardness. Everyone's like she would play a game. I've got a game. It'll be such a good game won't cause any drama okay. Here's the game. Everyone turns the person on your left and say what your first impression of them was what you think of the now. Here's a new game. It's called why we don't like Teddy. Okay you want to go first gate so they go around and everyone's really nice to each other. You know crowds like Chris L. Oh my God I didn't know how fabulous were you are? Amazing and Garcia tells. Renai my first impression of you. Who IS THIS BITCH? You walked in two decades and you own dead. You own the place. Yeah exactly and it is like Erica. My first impression was I'm scared this woman because you are just so fabulous also As I recall your impression Erica was a total slut bag and you didn't like her because of her youtube videos. Pretend they're all so fake Erica's like three. Well I met you. I could not understand anything. He's sled Allen so confused I just was trying to interpret it hurt. My Mom's laugh saying anything. Erica in case you forgot what I was saying I was saying. Stop talking to my husband like that. You're taking them on the two of your Vagina Canal Flesh Venice. Listen when all talk a world here wall of China only get some panties. That's what I said then. But then when he showed up at the party look like you had a like a like the golden goose shot on you on your head. I thought you know you're one of the sweetest kindest people of people don't know how fun you really are best. That's and shows how far GIADA has actually brought you in laugh. I thought bring out who would slack that under a mini-dress bring points on. Because I'm gonNA drink my wine. Ever going on wages stares at her because she is so fucking Rude Sutton Gotcha. So pretentious and gross. I love it so during the niece you'll the condescends down to Earth Hooker. I've ever met like you guys are like sauce. We like these ought to Sam grows. I know I buy it. I five one five one. Yeah Hi Five. One he's wasted over there. Murray is getting pretty awkward on this so so then we get a clip of them like fighting over the years. Renner throwing good glass and all that stuff and denise is like certain intimidated because you're into fashion as I got g not like my fucking flip flops. But look at you got cat is your here. I mean I guess you're great fucked Waikiki. Anybody got seven to say the war. Then go but you know you're nice and sudden like looks at Teddy and then looks back and goes. I'm not so I was like ooh. Yeah she goes. I'm going to be very honest. Thought Teddy. Maybe you were going to be a little boring until he goes. Oh okay media. Your response is boring. Don't be surprised. An silences everybody stares at them and Sutton goes. I'm sorry. Are we supposed to be honest? And Not America. I'll had to go round and you know that Renna and Renner and kyle were like tapping each other's legs at the table like it's working. It's working the game as working erm Erica's like there's a whole well the women out there like Sutton and you know what God bless him. I'm going to take them one by one with here. Bad pump. Eric has come girl so then sons. Like I'm sorry. That was my first impression and then she's prayed. God help us. I was like Oh my God. This woman's a hero. This is a hero. But you're but you're way more interesting than I thought. I mean admittedly my expectations were very low. Because again let me reiterate you seem very boring and you're pregnant so I mean that's really bad like five strikes against you at that Teddy's I'm confused. Are you coming after me. No I'm not coming after you. Are you still there? I'm still here. Did you lose your power? Well we're still talking so that means I still have power right. Maybe your laptop out of her. What happened is there a sudden? Come over and take the power. Flip your switch. I saw the lights. Go Out and your room. You're ongoing house. Welcome welcome to so I'll either way so let's goes but you're way more interesting than I thought it cuts to fe just like staring at her food like. Wow this is awkward. And I'm someone who got involved in the OJ trial and a terrible way and even for me. This is awkward. He's like wow. I was the most hated person on this show for years. This bitch is taken the cake right off my plate. It's like wow. I was at that Allison Dubois. Even this is more awkward there right now so I'm not coming for you and she's like yeah because like last night. You said I offended you that I said I don't care if you come. It's just what I thought. It was strange thing to say to the group. She was. Don't calm just where maybe I won't. And then remedies. Renna tries to save sentence and she goes well. I was the one who said I was really glad. I didn't have to go in Garcia and I said I didn't WanNa go so teddy starts crying. She's crying sounds like well. Don't cry and other like you guys were just fucking monsters detainee Ted there. She's like I'm fine. I'm fine I'm just I'm pregnant. Cut Me some slack. Cut Me some slack. Winds just eating. This is every night at my household. You guys just keep going goalie. Yes he leaves and not capable of being chair says. I'm trying to channel so denise like I think we need to give the pregnant woman pass okay. Can we just like gave her a pass..
"sutton" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"What what are you saying? So they give kisses. And then this is the now obligatory real housewives of Beverly Hills seen whether next five minutes is everybody's saying Kulic so goal. Just I love your draft. Oh address goals. You look so pretty. I love that drafts regiment. Your draft I love your. Yeah it's like the. It's like the masturbation moment so then read comes in and she's dressed in this like head to Toe. Zebra print but that also sort of makes it look like a birch tree a little bit and so she comes in and Oh my God I just ordered that soup beyond yes. She's like pretend to be like all mad and ran has like Rachel. So send it to me. My Kyle trying to play it off like. Oh my God. That's so funny I ordered it. Kyle is livid. She is furious and we always say keep. Keep an eye out. Watch how kyle size up everyone else's clothes look how competitive she is with everyone's clothing. You know she called up Rachel Zo and yelled at her while she got her back on this because rents like well. Rachel sent it to me and I've already worn so he could wear now. Kyle Carl tells us she goes method. I know it looks like Zebra. I'm guide like Ooh I'm sure you are So so denise comes in. She's she's still sort of like In pain from her hernia. And she's saying you know I'll never forget when I was a kid and I literally sliced the whole leg side of my leg opened leading and my mom had a cigarette in her mouth and hose and she hose me down and she said. Don't worry kid you'll be fine and I was eventually after about six years. You know once the after effects of gangrene and kicked in you know but I was fine. I'm fine is this. Is Everybody on this story. Going to tell my mother stories and pretend that they're their own because now getting triggered Mike. Wait a second. I broke your arms. I'm breaking I'm busy denise. Is You know two nieces. Hi Everybody and written. It's like how can a hernia? How'd you in east gun on and Carl's like it's only want sexual how rang so sutton comes in with some guy named Michael? I don't know who that is. I guess her boyfriend whatever. Yeah I don't know who he was he just was there and she's like Hello Tiger Lily. Hi tagging elite which is probably the most evil where you can enter a room. I feel like anyone who calls you. Tiger lily is up to Noga loved. She goes I love these columns say look like my columns in Georgia but there is a new money version of my columns Georgia's these columns have bangs. I didn't know they can do that. So Carl tells her. Oh 'cause of course. She looks fucking ridiculous. He looks like a Christmas tree. You know one of those things. Around the Christmas I'm all balls and Sinus tinsel and added but it's a dress has like letters on it and causing. Does it say Queen of Love? That is crazy googling right now to see how much it costs. I WanNa make that did rituals. Oh make that. Because she's not a lot in the south me warned so this culture and like no this. This thing is this is just ready to where amber and it goes. Oh it looks. Coach Looks Gore. Tasmania which he knows he means you look insane. You know so the cost too much money. And then like Oh. Everyone's GonNa make fun of me for my ready-to-wear yeah. Yeah because Renos like Sutton's really into fashion. She's so into fashion and we see a flashback of sudden Anna and a kitchen and well. I'm wearing my dolgin. Cabana and RENNA GOES. Your outfit costs a Lot. More than minded son goes. Probably I'm just guessing. Yes so she's like friends will make fun of me for wearing ready-to-wear arming and Eric. We'll let's wrong with later. You know you see Erica. Just starting to lose her shit. She's mocking Elisha. This lady Erica. Who TALKS EVERY SEASON ABOUT? Well I call this lug by bats. You know it's like all of a sudden is now like the defender of the common man when it comes to fashion so that mean. What does that mean ready to wear? Teddy doesn't know what ready to wear. Of course we all saw what we wear it at ease when normal people wear stupid. Well not you okay. The the we wear ready to wear you address. Bar Frost no ready to wear daddy okay. We're ready to wear. Hey look there's Faye resnick. She's more like ready to warn. And Eric tells we've got ready to wear some people some of us have co toys. Well it doesn't matter. It does not by Okay. This new era so yeah fake comes in and Sutton up to her. And she's like you're so sweet. She gave me a birthday. Wish thank you so much. Was It for poor friends because I seem to have a Lotta. I'll have a champagne. Please love your waitress. So then Garcia girl shows up of course carcelle looks stunning. And she has a very similar outfit to Kyle's in that like she's wearing a white top like a white button down top and a black black bottom and the even like Kyle Kyle. Shoes are the same sort of like sparkle as Garcia's bag but of course when Garcia walks in looks like amazing so she walks in and rent. It goes yes girl. Yes Gus okay.
"sutton" Discussed on KTOK
"Little town called Sutton okay I used to fish on the aggregate yeah okay that's not why you called well I was just wondering not god forbid if we don't get this virus under control by election time will they postpone the elections I no but I think that there by November there are if there's ample time like right now every single county in America should have an oh crap plans and it man you know what it should be it should be mail in you should be prepared to do all mail in ballots or you need to prepare for my crowd control at the polling place but the I don't that there isn't there's not unless you know you I don't know that the president even with the national emergency declaration can suspend the Federal Election okay I'm just curious I don't know that that ever happened so no I knew I knew you would know the answer now this is the closest thing by the way since the nineteen eighteen epidemic mmhm the closest thing was the month after Pearl Harbor where you know from from anchorage to San Diego there were quick the curfews there were no lights out orders you know and and they were moving orders and and the things and things like that we you know that was when when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor with the west coast went into a panic yeah sure Delmon you're gonna correct me no all right well anyway the reason for Mr trump to build that wall though are yeah you're damn right but after after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor there was also this is lost in history for a lot of people there were several places on the west coast like first in Santa Barbara that were shelled by Japanese submarines warrants in Oregon at the mouth of the Columbia River there there was reason to believe that Pearl Harbor was H. E. L. a predecessor to invasion west coast so V. nineteen forty two Rose Bowl by the way in Pasadena was supposed to be Oregon state versus Duke and you know what they did they moved it to Wilmington North Carolina the rose bowl was the only rose will play on the east coast was January first nineteen forty two because someone said Hey what if them there sons of Nipton surface modeling their submarines and shell Pasadena others no there were no artillery system on a Japanese sub that could hit the Rose Bowl from office Santa Barbara but the Japanese also had some rings that could launch of a plane and so the basis of the growth but was cancelled and some said that was panicky but they said that five years later you know into it ended in mid December nineteen forty one the Rose Bowl committee said we're not gonna be responsible for a hundred and two thousand people many of them Oregon state fans are getting shelled and so it was moved to North Carolina so that and that's and and you know what no one complained no no one **** that was a thing because it was a clear and present danger so it's a we have forgotten how to react to measures like Amtrak being shut down on the east coast what you do is you recognize that that's how you control pandemics that's what you do and every single county by the way the former head of the food and drug administration never mind me an actual escrever um M. real M. D. the at the head of the FDA send that Seattle king county needs to strongly consider controlling movement at this point why so that so somebody's taken seriously as opposed to Iran thanks for the call Pat the the have a have a K. day he's he's he's three hours behind the rest of us by the way general everyone knows tonight sure spring forward right fall back spring forward yeah everyone knows tonight your phone will automatically do it but you're all gonna lose an hour's sleep tonight this is the bad one this spring forward one but that that is what intelligent leadership does is inform the public and say listen be prepared for from like south by southwest said gigantic music media confab in Austin Texas that's canceled by the way that's a three hundred million dollar deal for Austin it goes on for several weeks music all over the place three hundred million Bucks in Austin Texas is saying and we can't risk it and it's old here's the scoop I don't I don't say ironic but here's sort of the interesting thing about that because what we know now even with the skewed lying Chinese numbers we do know that the majority of dead are people who had already underlying health conditions they were over sixty five it's cetera that's not who go to south by southwest that's funny you contrast first of like comic con bound you know millennials and younger dressing up as the furries in hello Kitty with an air fifteen all at the mortality rate of corona virus among that cohort people from their late teens to early twenties it's it's below the annual natural slew rate it's which is by the way point one percent and so the difference is in in Norway the there's a hundred fifty new cases in our weather having one stayed home the average Norwegian is healthier than most other people and so the the the the Norwegians are not freaking out about this but that's what mature society doing this order you know I guess my guess unless our tell only to have a heart to heart when when we come back if if you're if you have not been on the west coast ever or see the last ten years you wouldn't recognize Los Angeles San Francisco or Seattle because the the dark blue leadership in all three of those cities have led to a situation where we have eight incubator for corona virus amongst a very vulnerable population that is set to explode it's a time bomb and by the way it's probably already in LA there's really not a way where it could not be I'm a epidemiologists in Seattle estimated at this point on the west coast if you get a random group of ten thousand people the probability that at least one has coronavirus code nineteen M. is transmissible is north of thirty percent so I'll tell you why they're vulnerable and why this is a time bomb of California's own making California's elected leaderships own making over the past ten years that and more feel like hearing someone to announce California boy you've come to the.
"sutton" Discussed on The First Degree
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"sutton" Discussed on The First Degree
"Remember what my life used to be like. So it's so heartbreaking and fill is the person who took becky away from coal from Susan from Bobby from everyone who loved her. And what's interesting is that I try to do. A deep dive to figure out who this guy is is but the truth is many details about him remain very very elusive. We know that he spent a lot of time in prison. Over the years which I'm sure as a contributing factor to me not being able to find much about him I did re read that Phil had been a licensed vocational nurse in Texas until he lost losses. Licensed in two thousand six. which is three years after becky was murdered by him and in terms of what I can find about him on the Internet there? There isn't much I did find one article detailing arrest at age eighteen. Where he's still in one thousand nine hundred one Ford Mustang from Johnny Williams Ford in Texas and any lit on fire? We do know that he was married at least once to Becky's Ex's cousin we know he's now a born again Christian. We know he's going to rot in prison. And we know he's a murderer who stole becky from her family and her friends and while some have taken becky they keep her alive within them. Almost everything That I remember from Becky had colon it He was a major part of her life. She was she was such a fun kid. No matter what it kind of predicament. She was in. I mean like I said she was. She had a lot of financial stuff but she was always positive No this is something but also coming around the corner and this is GonNa be good And she brought out the positivity and other people around her to it was not you know how success it was like. WELL WE'RE GONNA get out She did have a great laugh. I can hear it still. She always thought of the positive. I there's no doubt that when you're close to something like this it changes you. I wouldn't say that I am more skeptical the people I mean. I guess I'm I'm a septic skeptical of people anyways. I am a huge lover of all things crime but I also even to this day. I still believe leave that you know. The majority of the people in the world are good and yes. They're going to be those people out there but the majority of the people are good. I genuinely trust a lot of people it has made me. I know that whenever I was being interviewed by the police it was but also I look at coach those relationships is there a little more important. And you don't WanNa take those for granted he don't WanNa take any any relationship that you have for granted because you don't know when it's going to be on so in a case this layered and complex and one that goes over the span of ten ten years. There are a lot of questions to be had in terms of the investigation. In this case in particular there are a couple of really glaring perplexing elements in one is the purse right and as Phil confessed to the entire crime and was pretty. I believe honest about everything that you're talking about. He didn't have any idea about that purse. He didn't know how it got back into the house. So that's so weird thing because apparently the family and friends tore apart that house trying to look for it because she always put a person the same little cabinet spot. It was gone John and then it was their months later and I think but can we believe him because he came back a second time to hide evidence maybe he took it with them initially. Maybe he brought it back. Maybe he was conflicted about keeping it. Maybe wanted a trophy. Maybe he's not that sick. Maybe he's like this personal sink me. I needed to put it back because bobby sounded so sure that they tore it apart. The police came in the desert for Prince. They tore it apart. It sounds odd to me in a one bedroom. Mm apartment the purse you can find. I mean if you guys decide to go down the robin halt. There are pictures of this purse. It looks more like a little duffel bag. It's not small Ya yeah. It's not usually overlook cylindrical. It's not a tiny. I don't see how a one bedroom apartment that could have happened unless it was put back it was put back. Yes but there's no chance it wasn't no of course it's just weird to be for somebody to actually come clean with everything for you. Know whatever reason. Yeah he's doing it and then to just be like I didn't do the guy didn't put it back. But what would it matter if you put it back or not. In the grand scheme you of what is conviction would be because his his propensity to lie is so strong I mean call the cops ten years later and said I want to pass us. Then they come and he says this overdose story because he's trying to say that I've turned over to my faith but he's still shame he's like half is the third visit where he masturbated in the place or something and he's just knocking to admit to put the purse back. He's just still he doesn't want to accept how how evil and sick he is no bottomline. We knew it was Phil. Oh yeah bottom line. No doubt about that. The person mystery. It's odd in a second mystery. Is the timeline because we talked about. It's not a mystery. It's just luck for him. Because we talked about. Bobby's call call at eleven pm with Becky. We're Phil was there. The first time we'll fill had just been kicked out or been kicked out it's been kicked out. Yes and then will will who has been cleared. As no implication in this set at one thirty he left a note and Cole was alone. Then becky's Recchi's ex boyfriend who she was rekindling with who they were starting to be romantically involved again. Had A missed call former at two am no reason ally who knows Knows there are some questions. Yeah it's a little bit bad cases that drag on ten years often the initial investigations are not done as carefully That would have been an easy question to answer back then really hard now In police departments aren't perfect. I I mean becky wasn't a perfect kid. They had lots of reasons. I'm sure to be like she disappeared or she she'll be back soon and you don't necessarily go over everything with a fine tooth comb until you know for sure right so I don't think anyone's evil here other than mckellar but these things happen all all right. Well thank you so much to our first degree connection bobby for telling her story Um we really appreciate and we're very honored to be able to Let us is tell your story if anybody else has the story they like to tell. Please reach out to us. Hello at the first Greek podcast. Dot Com follows an instagram at the first degree at Bill. Johnson Johnson Alex's linkletter at Jack Panik join our facebook group where we're talking all things true crime all the time and you might get a little merch discount in there and a stick around because we're GONNA kill some time and talk about our celebrity crushes on the killing time so remember only you can prevent serial killers and keep your friends close but not close. 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"sutton" Discussed on The First Degree
"Phil was now forty one at this point Phil was incarcerated again. It was serving a fourteen year sentence and the Missouri Department of Corrections for a Jasper County. Bank robbery so the police. I went to see him and he started off coy and he was on his same bullshit and he was giving conflicting stories. This or that. But the COPS. CBS kept him talking. And if somebody keeps talking you still have a chance. You want to keep them talking and eventually elite Phil talked enough. Details began coming out and with the police. Ask Phil why he reached out to them. He said was his faith. He said he had the desire to serve Christ and whether he did it in prison walls or outside it didn't matter he still wants to serve Christ so fells. First story was A lukewarm one foot in one foot in one out confession so what he said was that he had previously been involved in a sexual relationship with becky. Prior to the night she went missing and was at her house parting with her. On the night she disappeared. And you said she died because she overdosed and the police knew he was giving half truths and accepting some lame but not really copying to exactly what he'd done at this point it's been ten years. It's been ten years of misery for the families. Ten Years of wasted resources from law enforcement ten years of bullshit. They were pissed they were. They decided to indict him for first degree murder and he'd be facing the death penalty if he was convicted after going to trial. This is oh happening in remember. Bobby Bobby is still the last person who spoke to Becky but it had been ten years. There's no answers in your force to move on. Not You never forget you never lose love for but the missing. It's purgatory and you cannot move on with your life. In when she did hear about this it would hit her. Like a ton of bricks. I moved moved on And Not saying that. I forgot because I didn't I still have a necklace with her. Birth down hanging in my car To this day it stays with me. It stayed with me for different vehicles and anybody who has been in my life for awhile knows about one day I my step. Mom called me Dan. She said Bobby you have there was a police officer here looking for you. They have their serving you and I was like they're serving me. which what and she's like? I don't know they wouldn't tell me address and they're coming to serve you know it's like Oh my God like freaking out like I had no idea what was happening and like I didn't do anything wrong. What's going on? I am actually contacted the police department where I live and they had actually not given given the papers yet and so I called the police department where my parents live. So they're like. Oh Yeah we we are. We are serving you and I was like well. What's what what are you have to come here so I went to the police station? And they're like here and it was. It was subpoena To justify and I was like Oh my God brought so many memories back and it was Because they had been searching Fermi for a month I was supposed to be in court in three days to testify at insult to punctuate the fact that bobby didn't. I didn't even know that Philip had been arrested. Then suddenly she's supposed to be in Branson in three days to testify so magin processing all this information these emotions and really really looking at Philip and realizing like you killed my best friend and how in what she was thinking about in terms of Ham You took away from somebody with your hands so all of you know so many emotions going once once I found out and once I gathered even more information about this man to her. Yeah and there wasn't any time it was like well. You have to come to Branston by now. I was like okay. Let me get somebody to cover me at work So she goes to her hometown to testify in the murder or case of her best friend and the DA's tactic worked and Phil started talking in exchange for a deal. They would downgrade his charges to second degree murder in exchange range. For telling the truth and sparing the Sutton family an entire trial so he started talking and Bobby was already halfway to Branson for the trial when he started talking so she got an interesting phone call. I was on my way down there and I made a about halfway down and she. He called me introduce that he played. You don't have to come foot. Call my God. This is crazy like you have put me through the most most emotional rollercoaster that anybody has ever been in in a matter of five hours thankfully bobby was spared Facing fill in court. Because I can't imagine how difficult that would be given what's happened. I was happy that he was caught. I was mad that they they had gone on too long. I was God that that she was gone. Because it brought back every single motion that you had but I had whenever the Davis she came up missing. And you know things emotions that I hadn't thought about And again not that. I hadn't thought about her but they don't think about those same emotions until something significant like that happens and that brought back every emotion than I ever ever had during that whole process of kind of find her but then I was so angry that this guy had waited ten years to confessed and unlike what kind of monster are Jozy you just let somebody family and friends and son just go on with life without knowing why why incest person why was their mom. Why was their daughter? Why was their friend? I me being the person that I am. I catch you research. Everything everything about him. Everything I wanted to see a picture. I wanted to see what his face looks like. And the first picture that I came up it was like a mugshot of him like an orange jumpsuit and he you were smiling and I just wanted to reach the computer and strangle him at myself because it was just disgusting I think he's evil And whether at the drug made him evil or whether that be he's evil incarnate He's evil I don't think he's sick. I you know. I don't Disgusting Human During Phil's confession. He admitted that he had never been involved in a sexual relationship with becky and he went went to her apartment that night with hopes of getting high and having sex with her when she rejected him he strangled her in a fit of rage on her bed. And this is all as coal well. Her son slept just a few feet away and he said that he removed Becky's body from her apartment and he plays the body in his car is vehicle then he drove around for a period of time and he eventually disposed Becky's body under this rock rock outcropping in built a wall. Yeah he he gathered these rocks and he used them to cover the body and create a barrier. And if you ever if you see eh the pictures of this crazy of this rock formation. It's almost like when you see in colonial times like the way that they built rock building. Yeah Yeah but it's so strange because it's so meticulous but it's so obvious. Yeah they if you do see the picture. It's it's like they're pleased so perfectly on top of each other like it's Brex odd exaggerating more attention either way. Let's get back to Phil's confession. What was he saying silly? We went to Becky's apartment and he took off the sheets. He took a pillow and he took off the pillow. Top mattress and any other items. They were inside the residence that might contain his DNA his hairs or whatever but it. It became obvious that this is where he did. The crime was right there in after he went to Becky's for the second time he drove back to Branson and cleaned his car of any. The evidence in through the floor mats from his car into a dumpster lit the mattress. And she's on fire at a construction site. He then admitted to fabricating the Entire Story Story about quote Unquote Scotty. who was just a figment of his imagination? Phil has told varying stories and while it will never truly be known exactly what happened. He does admit to murdering her and he said that he been attracted to Becky ever since his cousin in law dated her. It begs the question. How did this happen which thinking back now back super frustrated like hello? I just gave you a name and this person has called you and the person in has been in inner. Be You know the interview by you guys and you did nothing. You couldn't let two together but you know I'm not after please fill pleaded guilty. To second-degree murder Becky's family was present. You received thirty years. He said at his sentencing unquote I grieve constantly because of my actions I don't WanNa blame it on the drugs but the anger and bitterness comes out in ways you don't expect I never expected take someone's life and when he received a sentence he said quote there right. I deserve the Max and I deserve this. The only thing I can do now seek seek mercy from God you know it did allow you to close the chapter. Unfortunately you don't ever forget about it How can you ever really close a chapter on a friend who'd died that Choon in life And by those you know under those circumstances I don't I don't know because I don't think that that's ever closer. She didn't die but it was somebody else who took her life. Yes it was disclosure but in a sense no I mean there's there's always gonna be that you know what could have been would have gotten married. I mean would she have seen cold. Oh grow up would be you know have gone on to become you know she wanted to be You know Early Childhood advocation. She wanted to go into early childhood education. And so would that have been coming. Issue would have followed I don't know according according to court documents in a prepared statement. And this is going to devastate you becky son Cole. Who is to win? Miss Mom went missing and it was at this point almost thirteen and he said quote. Everyone is told me how wonderful my the mom was and it makes me upset that I don't remember.
"sutton" Discussed on The First Degree
"Responsible has lasted a year as well. Tonight the clues. Her mother hopes will help capture the killer. Something knows something out there. Somebody knows how they're sleeping. Two years after her daughter disappeared and one year after her body was found here along creek in Bradley. Ville Susan Sutton still wants the the truth and while Becky's family still didn't know who was responsible for taking her life they finally got to bury her in May of two thousand four. Becky was laid to rest cemetery in Alton Illinois or other family members were also buried. Everyone involved in this case knew this was a homicide aside and despite that over year for Becky's mother to get her daughter's death certificate which indicated or cause of death so the medical examiner in this case noted the cause of death as probable as fixation due to strangulation. There were no stab wounds. No gunshots no catastrophic damage to her bones or skull fractures pictures and based on how long are skelton had been in the elements that me could not determine whether or not drugs or alcohol played any role in her. You know they said a sixty -ation due to strangulation and so we were like well. Why and that was actually left out of a lot of different reports and so I didn't actually know about that until after after we had buried her at the time? They said they didn't know now if you look at articles because 'cause little tribulation which we know was a case but when we did find out that was my gosh no because how somebody strangle her and then you know all those things come come up like get hurt did it. Was You struggling to see you know how do you how does she not wake up coal. 'cause he's let her you know maybe we'll thank God actually didn't wake up call because then you know maybe call it that cue who knows. His Maniac was vintage tour. So yeah it was hard to hear that she had died of strangulation days turned into weeks weeks to months months in two years loved ones. Becky's had passed out. Thousands of flyers rallied for news coverage conducted vigils and Mr Every single day the original officers on the case where burdened by it. Not Being solved but they were simply just out out of leads and out of ways to really implicate fell and that's when the hollister police get a call that they were really not expecting. It was March arch two thousand thirteen ten years after becky went missing nine years since her body was found and guess who was calling the police..
"sutton" Discussed on The First Degree
"That was frustrating. Like why don't you know you're an integral part of the case in the beginning. Why do you not know anything? Three more months pass before police get any other useful information formation and then in September of two thousand and three a witness contacted the hall police and told them that Phil had come to our house and talked about Becky with her. He made statements to her that implied that he was Becky's apartment when she died. However Phil said that the person who killed Becky was a friend of his name? discography interesting soul told her that after school killed Becky he took her body and hit it. Where no one whatever find it I didn't know that So I didn't know what to think because I had so many different ideas. Yes ideas coming from the police. And then her mom and then other friends The friends I knew it was like you know we shared Like I said I. I didn't run the different circles of people that she did But Yeah I had some friends that did so. Well what about this first. I and what about this person and Eventually I remember getting called into the station. And they're like. Hey you know guy named scooby and I'm like I have no idea who you're talking about. Take back our number one time setback. Because she was he was there with her at the time. They said that they had multiple people telling about security. All right so this is kind of a big development and they need to speak to fill and confront him with this and this this whole Scotty scenario but they look for fill and they learned that he was actually incarcerated in Texarkana which is in Texas for an unrelated offense and when police actually finally tracked him down fill didn't deny knowledge knowledge of this story but he didn't want to answer any questions. He refused about Scotty about the situation Everything and the police with this information. They started searching for Scotty but there were no records that could ever be found for a person person using that name using that nickname using that alias and the police believe that Phil actually was there guy. But they still didn't have what they needed to prosecute prosecute him but they were comforted by the fact that he was behind bars. At least for the time being becky's friends and family members don't really know anything that's going on. This is all going on behind the scenes. I don't even know if I can really put it into words. How so? There's definitely that sadness and fear of what what happened to her and and is he okay and you know you really. Do you look different places. New Crowd here. You look whenever you go past ditches riches and stuff like and I see her body somewhere which is such a strange feeling. You never think that you're gonNA look for a person and I feel it's definitely a surreal feeling but also there thank you know you can't you can't mourn because she's not gone she may come. Come back you almost feel like you do have to mourn her because she's not there While there were many unanswered questions about where becky was how she was doing and what she was doing. One question was about to be answered. The holidays are officially hair And you know that we're all going to be spending a butt load of money on gifts. It's two thousand nineteen so we're probably all doing most of our shopping online. So when you're doing that don't you WanNa get the absolute best deal in lowest price on everything that you're buying. Well you need honey. Honey is a free browser extension that automatically finds the best promo codes. That's where ever you shop online. This means you're getting the best deals without even trying over twenty thousand sites like Amazon Ebay J. 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You're an elderly man Tanny County and he said that a relative of his had found you mean remains in the Mark Twain National Forest and they asked him about this and the man refused to talk about who this relative tip was didn't want to implicate his relative and he actually didn't know where the remains were exactly so this is a huge area. The forest is gigantic and it's not easy to locate organic matter bones in an area so vast so they start looking but six weeks later they find a skeleton stuffed into a rock overhang in the national forest near this unpaved. CBS logging road and this road is one of the few unpaved roads that a left in the area. It'd be impassable for for the average car but the road is actually well known to deer hunters and those who use it for four Willie. An audit glanced lanced. Police couldn't even tell whether the skeleton belonged to a man or a woman and this particular area was about thirty five miles or Becky had originally disappeared from and while they couldn't deduce whether this was a homicide by simply looking at the remains they were able to based on the meticulous way that these remains were actually hidden. Someone literally built a wall of stones and sealed off a small rock overhang which is like a very shallow cave with a broad wide opening. It's very obvious at this place. There wasn't just by happenstance and the police suspected that this could be becky but they needed to do testing to be sure Her mom it called me and said they found remains that they think is becky and then I remember her asking you. Do you remember if she had a belly button ring. That looks like this. I'm GONNA say right now is in every single thing that you will find it says that it Max the belly button ring that she would have worn and it gives you. That was one of our things that like. I never knew her to wear a belly button. Ring like this yes. She had her belly button pierced. But she always kind of one of those curves hoops and not like a ring with like a dangling thing on it which is what they Out and that was one of the things like well. That's not her. It's not her if this is it and also She said well. They didn't find her ring that she wore on her right hand. which which would have been the hands that was closest to the inside of that? outcropping show. That was geared. They have just chalked up to well it was just got and then she just changed her belly button ring. I didn't think it was her like nope. Nope all these signs the belly button ring and ring wasn't there and it's not her. She's not that if she's missing she's gone. They can't do dental records and her body is to be composed to do like a visual identification. So they're gonNA they're doing the DNA testing thanks. Did come back that it was her. You want to keep that. Hope alive that they're still allies and so while it was some type of closure it was still l.. Not something you want to hear. And during the recovery of the remains police comb through the surrounding area while they were excavating the bones in the hopes that there may be some evidence just something that could implicate her killer So they found a weather shirt made out of cotton. It was a t shirt style and they found it on wire bra and a small belly button rain and also a condom. We'll take a close look at these photographs. Police removed becky's bones from behind. This man made rock formation that the person brought her here had a connection to badly and had a connection to the to the spot itself. The spot could also be A. I can't to the killer's identity important to see that someone took the time to dispose of her in this way that in itself L. Foods on ordinary in the sense that most predators sexual predators or killers. We'll find out an easy way to dispose of their victims so all the discovery of the body it brought some answers it also presented difficult reality. There was no physical evidence ends with her body. That could help reveal who her killer was all of it could be linked to becky but nothing to her killer so hope that the person who killed becky key. Who'd be held accountable for taking her? Life was really dwindling. Her disappearance lasted a year now. Another year has passed since Sir body was found tonight an update on the search for the killer of Becky Sutton. We begin with a story is sad as it is mysterious search for becky sudden ended last year with the discovery of her murdered body now the search for the person.
"sutton" Discussed on The First Degree
"Terrible had happened to her daughter. Loophole explain her now. I want to come home. Come home I would say that I was really scared. Probably the second or third day aged like ball. She hasn't come home. Dish is really not like her. Something had happened. And then whenever they can't start coming and taking pictures picking fingerprint like they brought me into the police station. Just take my fingerprint. Still limiting my fingerprints because I was there all the time they found fingerprints of well what was was later found to be Phillips in the kitchen where he had like put his hand on the wall and on her windowsill to like walk her into the kitchen and so that that was kind of whenever it got more real you know. They're they're really taken seriously. So this is scary. I remember my parents. They were really worried about me being involved in the case ace just because if you know they were worried that somebody was going to come after me because I was giving all this evidence and all this information please and that was never something that had crossed my mind like no I just want to help find her and police a few theories and all of them involved foul play hinging primarily early on the fact that becky would not have voluntarily left her son alone and because of this they all suspected and abduction but because there are no signs of fourth century or signs signs of struggle at the scene. The police believed an acquaintance or friend was probably responsible for her disappearance. They spoke to everybody in back his life. Her friends and former teachers family coworkers axes party friends and neighbors. But they couldn't implicate anyone in the crime but they did have their suspicions so initially fell well and Mike were pretty much paralleled in being persons of interest without any one of them standing out as the most obvious choice until day three when the police got a phone. Call from Philip Dodd in the coal all seemed strange as if he was probing for information and information he gave them on that call was conflicting with his initial interview. And they got this feeling that he was inserting himself into the investigation. As we know killers are to do the way he was talking made. It seem like he was much closer to becky than he really was remember. She was very very very distantly connected to him. An acquaintance only hung out a handful of times with her ex. Who she'd reconnected with? This isn't a close relationship so his behavior was very suspicious. But they couldn't arrest him on a hunch alone if this was their guy they you would need the evidence to prove it and days go by with no movement in the case at all and at this point becky has been missing for a whole week. Becky son Cole was in custody of Becky's MOMS Susan and for weeks Susan's data. Her daughter's apartment hoping that she would walk through the door at any minute. But that didn't happen. The police searched a lot of the wooded area surrounding the HOLLISTER and Branson areas. But they turned up absolutely nothing. Susan Mbeki's friends put it missing persons fires everywhere almost everywhere. It seemed like the city of Branston. didn't really take kindly to these fires. We started hating him personally. Fires and putting them wherever putting them up wherever we could He actually lived in Hollister Missouri. which is just kind of like a little suburb of Branston And hollister would take close but whenever we started going into. They wouldn't If you've never been to Branson is a Very wholesome town you're even though it's like super tourist trap But they don't like to say the crying happened there because it will scare tourists away And it's still like that this this day It's not quite as much so bad. I remember them saying no. You can't do that after the people that and they won't WanNa come to our establishment anymore. Susan Sutton posted missing flyers around hollister and Branson at least where businesses would allow them brand. Put My house is up. Keep them up. Because it's bad for the tourist me. How how would they like it if it was their daughter a week after Becky's disappearance Hollister police officially listed it as an abduction? That out out of her character. She's a very nice lady and kid for kids. She may have known her abductors no matter what Susan says. Becky is a fighter later and they still hope she'll come back. I WANNA back in cold. cornerback hearing things like that really reminds you that this is not just a face on a missing poster. This is a mother and donner that. We're talking about out. Police say they may not have said anything. But since the beginning they have been treating it as an abduction meanwhile Susan Becky's mother desperately wanted wanted to hang onto becky's apartment because she believed it was a crime scene. She believe this is where her daughter was abducted. Or maybe worse had occurred there but understandably sustainably she struggled to afford her home and the rents and upkeep on Becky's place. I mean that is really expensive. Poor working workin girl going check check tonight the search for nineteen year old. Becky Sutton continues so the questions about where becky could be. We persisted individuals in the community. Who Knew Becky or learning about disappearance and Mike Mason? Who Was the principal at Reeds? Spring High School or Becky. He went to school talked about how while liked. Becky was the express admiration for Becky for continuing school. While she was pregnant with her son and how strong she was because he observed how difficult that entire situation was for her and the community is anxiously looking for her. They want her to come back. And there's a number of vigils that are held after she disappeared and people held candles and pictures of her and in her little boy. Cole he actually attended the vigils with Becky's family and they all talked about what a good mom she was. I want to say that it was like a month after We did hold a candlelight vigil for her which is really hard It was in the park that was not even a block walk away from her apartment just to keep her memory is like hey we're still looking. We're still waiting for answers You know and we had a lot of people from out there to you. Know to support that vigil for Becky Sutton and a reward fund cap the mysterious disappearance. It's in the public eye but otherwise there was nothing no clues no leads no suspects no back east. And meanwhile the police more careful they were clearing suspects and persons of interest in the case Mike had an alibi and they also cleared weird will but the one person they couldn't clear was phil but they still had no way of linking him into anything and it now been months since becky vanished from her apartment and her mom could no longer afford to keep it in addition to her own home and that's when she started packing up her things and moving becky out. When Susan made perplexing discovery in the kitchen cabinet they found becky's missing purse? An inside was her. Id Medical Cards and Address Book and a Weird Handwritten list of names. There's very little evidence in this case as far as I understand physical evidence animal. That's why the smallest details details like the location of Becky's purse could solve the case. The morning becky was discovered missing police and family members could not find this black and white purse. We looked all over that the house. I looked in that cabinet. My sister looked in that cabinet. So it's not like I overlooked it and then the day I go to move her. Up is the day I found when I was gone for or at least not observed in the apartment from March until May so that I may have been in. Someone's possession during that time and something. That simple could turn this case. I remember looking at other kids and I remember looking in her living room and in her bedroom drew and we couldn't find it. I wasn't there whenever it was found. Her mom says that she found it in the back of the cabinet and it was a different cabinet than she would've normally would have normally kept within But I feel like we charge back cabinet so it is weird that it was found somewhere else and in a place she wouldn't have normally kept it. You know nobody has any explanation explanation as to why it was there or why it was not found until two or three months later they just honestly the thing that it was just it was just overlooked by everybody. Meanwhile meanwhile the police are trying to gather at least circumstantial evidence against fell hoping that it will lead them to something concrete that they can use to arrest him. They were curious about his movement. Today after Becky went missing and at that time Philip working at the lone star restaurant which was a nearby eatery in town so the police went there to look timesheets and Phil told them in his interview that he went to work at ten. Am on the morning after Becky's disappearance and while yes phil was scheduled to work at ten. Am On that day. He didn't show up or clock in until two. PM All right so this is good but this is not a smoking gun but it does reveal at the very least that fell's a liar. Yeah in four months. After becky's disappearance police were still getting tips. Some were good. Some were useless but they got one that looked pretty good. And a witness came forward and said that Philip Dodd Had recently obtained a new truck and it was planning to skip town and Phil told the witness that he knew he was on the police radar radar and he didn't WanNa look guilty so we asked if she would help him with an alibi for the night of Becky's abduction he asked. It's the witness that if she was questioned by the police. He wanted her to tell him that he was with her on that night when they were talking about. Is this the behavior of an innocent man or is this guilty behavior. After this occurred months or passing passing and Becky's family and friends hadn't received any update. I remember I at a time. I worked at a bar in the evening. I remember going a to Denny's after we got work and there was a group of police officers and the original detective that I talked to was sitting there and I went up to him You know and I I said to you. Remember me and you still know what's going on. And he said I have no idea what's going on I transfer Prince creasing. I you know. I don't have anything to do with that case ace anymore because I didn't have a good relationship with the new detective that was on the case. She didn't eat anything from me. I couldn't give him any more information so she didn't. He never interviewed me really himself. Also the detectives that I had come to so much I mean I've been in his office probably twenty five times even creeping up him and he's like I don't know And.
"sutton" Discussed on The First Degree
"In life day-to-day. We're in touch with our friends day. In and day out constantly we taxed we call we. D M we check in on each other we can act. We treat each conversation with little weight though because connecting is so effortless so thoughtless so easy. But there's plenty of time to talk later talk tomorrow but what if a casual conversation with a loved one ended up being the last would you. He's satisfied with your final words in today's story. Our first degree spoke to one of her best friends on the phone and it was the last time she got to talk to her. In fact act this call was last time her best friend would speak with anyone according to the official website hollister Missouri is an unusual Ozark town. That is fascinating and covers an era when stock war waged between merchants and stockmen great carnivals promoted by the railroad or gallon fairs where men and women of an age gone by helped to build a unique English village in the ozarks and right next to Hollister is Branson Missouri. This town is known as a popular family vacation destination with. Its seventy six country boulevard line with theaters which once hosted mostly country music performers also along the Strip are the marvel cave the wild west style. Dolly Parton dixie stampede dinner attraction and silver dollar city and eighteen hundreds themed amusement park with live music. And that's actually a place that I've always wanted to go to because as a cold dark ride called flooded mind where the country prison mind is flooded And some of the prisoners are trying to escape and then you have to shoot at them coal so today story. We're going back to the morning of March twenty first two thousand three. The top song on the radio was all I have Jennifer Lopez. Ll Cool J. Movies in theaters were bringing down the house and cradle to the grave. You've and everything appeared normal from the exterior of the Halston Gables apartment complex but something strange was happening within the building's interior courtyard art a resident of the Holler Gables apartment complex looks out her window in spotted a two year old boy wandering around outside all by himself absolve. The little boy was familiar. His name was called in his mom was nineteen year old. Becky Sutton and while seeing call was a normal occurrence. He'd never are once seen him without becky. She was not in view and typically she'd be a step behind him carrying him or holding his hand as you would expect with a two year old called the neighbor walked outside grabbed call and called into Becky's apartment for her neighbors thinking maybe becky fell asleep and then co wanted out or maybe she was in the shower are and he got out. There had to be explanation for this. Two year olds being alone in his apartment building courtyard. But after calling out for Becky multiple times it was becoming clear that right. Becky wasn't inside. Luckily Becky's mother Susan live close by so she was able to be there within minutes and Susan immediately. Fear that something bad. What happened to her daughter? Becky and call were glued together. It was almost as becky never went anywhere without him and she even brought him with her to work every day. So to Susan the chances that Becky wet somewhere without call were slim to non on something was wrong. Something or someone was keeping Becky from her son. Susan tried to stay calm as she started. Calling all of Becky's friends and one of the first call she made was to Becky's best friend Bobby I WANNA say that. It was around ten thirty eleven in the morning. And instead of you worked from Becky I can't well. I talked to her last night You know why what's going on. And she said well cold outside In the courtyard of her apartment he actually heard next door neighbor. Found him and he couldn't find becky and so he waited for a little bit and then he called her mom that you know he had gone over there and she'd waited for a while and she just wanted to know if I'd heard from her and she had. She has spoken to Becky the previous night. She had called me earlier in the evening being I was actually at work. I was a server at a restaurant and Branston and kids called me at work and respect. What are you doing leader? I don't Know Oh you know I'm still at work And she said okay. We'll call me whenever you get off work and I was like okay She actually had been called me back. Jack I pretty sure that I just gotten out for and she called me on my cell phone and I WANNA say between ten thirty and eleven that she called me to said. Hey so I hate to set. The super. Weird thing happened said my ex-boyfriends cousin's husband just showed up at my house. And I pretty much had to like kick him out and I said Oh my gosh. That's crazy are you okay. And she's yeah yeah. He cornered me and my kitchen and I had to like duck under his arm. I could get to my door and starting to call the police. If he didn't leave so he left. I said are you okay. Do you need me to come over. You know I can bring my boyfriend was maybe we can come over We can start with us. She's like no. I think it's good. I'm going to go to bed with goal. Okay well if you need anything call me and I heard from her. So becky had recently reconnected. With an axe she had in high school and their access but they're re- rekindling and she was super excited about it and it's this acts who Philip was married to the cousin of so she hadn't met before but they didn't have a close relationship that wasn't invited him over all the time it was she just knew of him and he happened to have come over that night so bobby relaying the story to Susan's mother and she's obviously terrified. This Guy Phil cornered. Becky and her kitchen tried to kiss her and she escaped the kiss by ducking underneath him he left wants to threaten to call the cops. And this guy wasn't a total stranger to becky but like Bobby said she offered to come over to be with becky but she didn't really seem Ronald by the whole incident that what happened. She said that she just wanted to go to bed with coal. She loved her person like that was kind of her. Life She it was trying really hard to to make it to make it on her own. Her mom was super freaking out. And I was accused definitely worrisome. She would have never left goal will ever whether that be to run down to do laundry or run across town. She would've never left them so we were definitely worried. So it seemed seem like bobby was the last person with spoken to becky before. She'd gone missing and she relieved this conversation she'd had with Becky to Becky's mom Susan so their fear of what could would've happened is escalating. who was the sky fell? Why was he there? And how could he be connected to this whole thing but even beyond these initial I shall leads. The possibilities are endless as to where becky could be so although becky was extremely responsible in some ways we gotta remember that. She's just nineteen and she experimented like many teens do I didn't realize that it was a heavy I had been around chuckle all times whenever she used to smoke mass which you know then? I didn't understand what that drug wise I mean you have to. I knew what it was but but I didn't understand the ramifications of it and like how easily it has become addicted to it and from what I understood. It was like kind of a recreational drug for her. It was not something that she did every day. There's something that you needed. And in my opinion I still believe that this day. It was not something that I thought that she was addicted to they. Do you know that. Some of the people that she ran around with that was an everyday addiction. That was a very big problem in their life. Which I think? That's one one of those people so bowing never observed any irresponsible behavior with this drug use was recreational. It was kind of like a take it or leave it sort of thing so after Susan. Susan speaks to Bobby. She asked her to come over to Becky's apartment and Becky's car was at the apartment and it looked like it was undisturbed and and the apartment seemed normal. There was no signs of a struggle. It seemed orderly. Nothing obvious was missing.
"sutton" Discussed on Chicks in the Office
"On Monday. We hope you had a fantastic weekend. Whatever you were up to hope the weather treated you'd nicely. Maybe you're on the beach. Maybe drinking having a good time, but it's Monday now. So we're gonna help you get through the day. We are happy Monday. Everybody. We have a great show. Jason tar tick and Sutton foster on the show. First solo interview, rea- couldn't make this one to make it and imagery of strikes again. Yes. And I interviewed Sutton foster, Alba myself, which is fine because I love younger, and you've never seen it. I've seen it really was just it actually worked out. But yeah, friend, friend came through that end Demitrio spoke about happened again. Fran came through hell held on her own. So dry up. Fran did listen to it. So I asked Noah, he said it was good. But sometimes it's like asking your life. Yeah. I felt like a proud parents. Well, she did it by herself. I was proud to I could do it. I wasn't I honestly wasn't too worried. Franken, obviously do the interview alone ex but thanks, Fran course we also had Jason on the show who's absolutely fantastic every time him again or the best. We talk a lot about their relationship and credit for their release. Yeah. And we took a lot of credit for the relationship. I think he agreed with us. Yeah, I think so, too. I think we make invited to the wedding hopefully obviously, the new Joris brothers album is out. And I hope you haven't been listening to anything else, but that I went through a really bad sad day on Thursday about it started in the morning. We've grown a serious for the Sutton foster interview. Yep. We're in the car. Noah redux out loud, to me from one of the tech guys serious ause Noah read the text. Let me check my phone really quickly should have this prepared. Okay. I'll cut the thanks. No out, please. Okay. Okay. No. Please read your tax. From, from tech from, Dan. Okay. Dan from serious. Hey, lemme know in your here just a heads up. The Jonas brothers are here dot dot dot. And I go, wow, I tell friend, so Noah tells me the car I freak out..