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Fresh update on "swain" discussed on Orlando's Morning News
"That's on Bush Boulevard near the airport, Similar county reported 1600 New Covid cases last week of Florida family continues to search for their missing child three days after he was last seen, 13 year old Darius Swain Jr. Who lives in Sanford disappeared while visiting his father in Tallahassee. The five Ft. 5 £130 black teen was last seen at the intersection of Blountstown Highway and West Tennessee Street. His family says that on Friday he had gone to the family dollar a mile down the road and left his Phone behind. Swain was last seen wearing a black shirt, blue jeans and white Nike flip flops. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Tallahassee Police Department were to call 911. I'm Laurel Lee, and you can see his picture. Now in the wdbo app at the Olympics, China is holding the most medals, one more than the U. S. The U. S holds seven gold. Three silver four bronze, probably the biggest surprise in the Sunday competition was the USA Men's basketball team loss to France in their first game U. S Women's Soccer beat New Zealand Saturday two women took the gold for the U. S. Lee Kiefer for fencing in anesthesia. Zola tick Golden taekwondo, South Korea just won the gold in men's archery. United States continues to dominate on the water after winning gold and silver in the men's 400 M individual medley. The U. S has now won gold in the men's four by 100 M freestyle relay silver in the women's 400 M freestyle and silver in the women's 400 M individual medley. Team USA is 1st 12 Medals, eight were for swimming performances. Ratings for the Olympics opening ceremonies were down 36% compared to 2016 figures marked the lowest audience for the event over 30 years about 17 million, watched the event or brought on broadcast or streaming. Now, if you want to catch up with the Olympics, all you gotta do is click the Olympics Headlines button in the Wdbo APP. Here's the story we're watching. Today..
A 100-Year-Old's Birthday Wish: Act on Climate Change
"The most critical issue humankind faces. And we're not doing anywhere near enough. Tom swain has seen a lot in his one hundred years on planet earth. He's been an insurance executive a city mayor. He even headed a state agency but it is eighties when most octogenarians might be enjoined quiet years. Tom began a quest to climate. Change awareness that journey lead to the creation of the swain climate policy series at the university of minnesota's humphrey school of public affairs. Why does this self-described small government conservative. So actively pursue climate change solutions. Tom swain happy one hundredth birthday this month and welcome to climate cast and crew. Tell us about the focus of the swain climate policy series at the university of minnesota's humphrey. School what. I turned two hundred or about to turn a hundred people. Ask me what i wanted to do. And my birthday. And i said i want more awareness and involvement on the whole issue of climate crisis. 'cause i think is the most critical issue humankind faces and we're not doing anywhere near enough. In order to prevent what ultimately some people see is the earth becoming uninhabitable. You've been a corporate executive. You've been a local mayor You've described yourself as a small government conservative for most of your one hundred years. Why do you see climate change solutions as good for our economy and our lifestyle. I'm not thought about it quite as much in terms of its impact on economy. Our lifestyle. I just think that the current generation is for the most part on this issue and expecting the next generation to deal with the critical issues
Dr. Carol Swain Knows That Liberals Can't Even Explain Specifics of Critical Race Theory
"Swain, explaining the horrors of critical race theory. After I asked this question about the euphemisms game, check this out. Dr. Swain, Did you notice that the advocates of critical race theory which is racist that I'm sorry if you supported your racist to suggesting we judge people by their skin color is the essence of racism. But did you notice they live in euphemisms and they play these games. He's obfuscation games. They can never describe exactly what they're talking about. Quick example. We just played Abram Kennedy asked to define racism. Had a really tough time. And then when I've asked people to describe systemic racism, I said, Okay, well described to me the system you're talking about, because most of the systems you're talking about her, in fact, run by liberals, they can't seem to ever going to tell you. The problem is that it's induction indoctrination that they memorize these concepts. And they have no clue what it means. And this is at the university level as well as what they K through 12 because they're starting, you know, with Kindergartners. And there's research out there that argues that babies can be racist as early at six months, and so, um, no critical thinking is taking place. They don't have to define their terms unless their ass back conservative and none of them can Critical race theory is racist. I see it as the civil rights issue of our time, and I'm proud of President Trump for leading the battle because he does have a big platform. And his executive order last year that ban critical race theory in federal programs by federal contractors. That was a step in the right direction because critical race theory was contrary to the civil rights. Act of 1964 civil rights laws, our Constitution's equal protection clause and just how we treat other Americans. Can't wait to
Bruins Beat Rangers 4-0 for 5th Victory in 6 Games
"The Bruins are within four points of the east leading penguins with two games in hand after Patrice Bergeron scored for the fourth straight game helping Boston down the Rangers for nothing tonight was about us making sure we're playing the way we want to play and everyone coach contributing and and and I thought we did that Jeremy Swain and needed to stop only fifteen shots for his second career shutout Jake DeBrusk Charlie McEvoy Brandon Carlo also scored in the Bruins fifth win in six games Brad Marchand and David great she had two assists apiece for the Bruins who allowed just seven shots over the first two periods Igor Shuster can stop thirty shots in the Rangers fifth loss in a row I'm the ferry
"swain" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"With the original Josh Swain, acting as an emcee and starting off the event where he rock paper scissors battled the on Lee other Josh swing that attended We? Oh Oh, gee, Josh Swing that started. It all won the battle and retained his right to the Josh Swain namesake. So one guy showed up to battle. Yes, that's not going to fight for the name. They did do rock paper, scissors, paper, rock scissors. So, the around the real king, just swing. Not only that they haven't seen you since the U. S capitol. They also did. Whole battle that there were they said. Even if your name is your last name is not swings on your first name is Josh. Come on up in a bunch of 100 Josh dorks decided to show up with these like pool noodles and started a battle out. It looked like a storm warning And let me tell you really love their theme song, your stupid job. It's more I look good in the moonlight my mind why should be more right more right? Good morning. Lai boys before I'd look good in my life, my mind like on this.
Nunes lawsuit against CNN thrown out
"A Manhattan judge has thrown out a defamation suit that representative Devin Nunes have brought against CNN lawsuit seeking hundreds of millions of dollars in damages was rejected today by U. S. District Judge Laura Taylor Swain, the California Republican had alleged the cable news company intentionally published the False news article and engaged in a conspiracy to defame him. Lawsuit said. CNN In November of 2019 published a report containing false claims that newness was involved in efforts to get dirt on then presidential candidate Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden, in court papers, CNN lawyer said newness never denied the report before it was published nor requested a timely
"swain" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"And we've been talking about the tennessee situation and who better to talk to our jayson swain. The former great star there now talk show host and jason seems like. We haven't talked to you in a while. But i'm hope you're well good afternoon. Good afternoon. i hey all you do it. I'll you bring me on lifestyle. We can agree. You're is winning. Well we jason. We thought that we thought they were winning a couple of weeks ago. They had an eight game winning streak. So i've been following your your comments on twitter. What's going on their perspective. I'll say i'll proper puppymills saturday but like leadership Lack the the will fight To go out there and win the game on the road During the bye week you had a chance to get healthy. Chance to kind of evaluate About all that man football game a must win situation that would be a little bit more out there and you know that that A couple of plays tennessee make plays in second half. I didn't see guy celebrating Like you see other. Football teams doing In the first half arkansas mixed ms a twenty one yard field goal. i didn't guy celebrating for that and For me that that is alarming. We can look at the exit moles and all those things certainly. There's plenty of improvement to make their but just looking at that Time for me. So jason situation as well and we do for lawsuits down remaining games auburn.
"swain" Discussed on WTOP
"Checks, pay bills and transfer money from your phone with a top rated ABA Get started online anytime. What's in your wallet? Capital One and a member F D I. C. NATO three on Saturday, October 31st happy Halloween 37 degrees going up to the low fifties and spots. Good morning. I'm John Aaron. Top local stories We're following this hour. Developing news out of Charles County. We've learned that a man has died and three others are injured after a shooting at a cigar and hookah lounge. It took place just before nine last night at the smoking room, 301 Bar and Lounge on Crain Highway in Waldorf. The shooting happened during an altercation between two groups of people. The three who were injured have serious injuries, but they don't appear to be life threatening. We're expecting more details to be released later this morning. Today is the final day to vote early and in person in Virginia. Early voting's been ongoing for more than a month in the state. So far more than 1.5 million Virginians have voted in person. Monday is the last day of early in person voting in Maryland and D. C with Election Day, of course on Tuesday. A lawsuit filed by a Maryland man who showed up at a polling place unmasked has been tossed out. Harford County Man says it was for both religious and health reasons He wanted to vote without a mask. But a judge dismissed the lawsuit pretty quickly not buying the arguments made by 52 Year old Daniel Swain. The Washington Post says his lawsuit claims Swain has a religious rite to breathe oxygen and worship with an uncovered face even while he votes. Swain was arrested Monday after he refused to put On a mask before entering an early voting site. He wouldn't vote outside either. His lawyer is a Frederick County delegate who has been outspoken against the governor's order on masks in public places. John Dome and W T O P News What happens if you suddenly get sick or end up in the hospital before you get the chance to vote? There are options and they'd very depending on where you live in Maryland, the state Board of Elections issued some added guidance for anyone who's hospitalized or suddenly found themselves quarantined Duke over 19. There is a process where you download ballot forms. Choose someone to be your designated agent, and they have to pick up your ballot at your local elections board. You fill it out. Then your agent can put it in a drop box or deliver it to the board of Elections in D. C and Virginia. There are also plans for anyone who finds themselves in the middle of an emergency. But again the requirements and timing very For more information. Go to our website Search health. Take Ryan. W T o P NEWS George Washington University.
Our Favorite Horror Games from Each Generation
"What's up everybody welcome to game spook episode six, hundred I am Demon Hayfield I'm your host always today I'm joined by Tina a real mini or Tina Immediate Ville which has always been my dream. To. Slay, born. Scoop. and Michael Pain. Swain Ooh we're, of course, the CO-OP, Mejia's split-screen coop majors. Of course, we've got a great spooky show for you this week lots of spooky emails from our listeners telling us stories about when when they had the wits scared out of them by video games, you talk about some real news about some. Impressive Games that you can now play on your switch. Thanks to streaming but I. Actually learned a new spell this year conjurer of cheap tricks that I am. I learned to spell. I learned. To. Some. That's the towns you summon a Maga. Breaking. Shed minutes this amid sure. Not going to feed them after midnight and went I know the rules Knows the Maga noises yeah. On the microphone immediately that's great instincts. The first time Damon brought can't go to the office. His mouth is over the Mike immediately and Damon was like ten years ago. You GotTa start somewhere. Oh My friend. Thank you. I'm glad they're still making Bagua costumes for children. They converted all the unsold Iwo costumes seriously mogotsi walk to something I didn't even know probably then back to modify shaven as a baby yoga whatever it was probably that horrible Dhabi from Harry Potter I know that was That was a very cute mogg way. Okay he was. A. He was in he was enslaved. That's what was wrong with diabetes wrong with his left but not hinder the carrot. That's more wizard society. Problem. Dhabi's that he looks like a shaved Mog Y. You kinda does yeah. An old one one that grew really old bath time. Anyway. We begin this week with an email from Ethan He. wrote in to say Hello Goose Camp Counselors how missing breathe doesn't realize they're actually called. I. Hope it's keeping a your campers safe and alive with spooky season in full force. What are your favorite horror games from across the generations? I guess that's another way of saying all time. I looked up I was trying to memorize in a Not, blind panic before this like, yeah. Great generation where they slotted in I didn't know if we had to do start. where. Did you start? Because I did like eighties and nineties but they're all the games are like there's horror games eighties but they're like dumb. Dumb. Started in the full motion video era because games like Phantasmagoria dark seed are the first. Games were explicitly scary I remember playing. I have no mouth and I, scream ply I saw that game for the first time I'd never heard that before but seventh guest was the Dorky game that my friends that had actors. People pay be on camera I should say our walk kind of acting scenes that it's like watching a really bad dinner theater and that was like the horror game and then there's alone in the dark, which is an actual again but I never played that back then. It depends if you differentiate between horror and anxiety 'cause alone in the dark at that anxiety that resident evil. executed. So beautifully where you move slowly and the thing is coming towards you and you don't WanNa die and you feel very like ooh but I do think that's different than the horror of the while the attempted horror of like a seventh guest with they're trying to be spooky. I hated that different generations and generations idea a horror game was that they made you feel helpless and and slow. I don't like that idea. So like the start of resident evil the very first thing. I. Don't like much as remakes or like give me a bunch of bunch of action maybe not enough ammo make actually useful and then scare me I like that feeling because I don't feel helpless in real life I feel that way maybe in a scary dream or something but I really earlier in all power wizard. However. But I I remember the first time. I was really scared by game was just like being afraid of losing my progress unlike like will four from an instant kill from a plug us which is like sucks. Systems. There's very few AMMO supply caches and you just like are trying to get through this really difficult game. So it's actually legit scary when a Scorpion comes out of a neck hole and decapitates instantly because you're like, well, I. also lost forty five minutes of Gameplay. That's scary. We'll see that's why Har- general even just irrespective of gaming is wonderful genre because there's so. Many different kinds of scares. So if you're going the Zayed's track like I I made a list of some notable horror games I've played over the years and like blood borne is the kind of thing that scares me because it's difficult mom and blurred had like a more robust coop capability which was great for me because I got like bring a buddy along helped me through. But then you have things like the survival are element is more about like how are you with your resources which may be my top survival horror game is Alan wake but boy did I get stuck in a couple of places where like you're out of flashlights and you have a bunch of people running after you and you're trying to jump between like generator generator. Energize streetlamp to another streetlamp but there are certain areas where you just like it kind of pushes you into a point where it's really difficult to progress which not necessarily my favorite whereas like dead space is all about like the jump scares and some of the Gore kind of scares too. So there's just tons of areas you can go through when it comes to hard. My earliest experience is house of the destitute and arcade game. From the nineties late nineties and that was just sort of like I. Don't know that it was necessarily scary as probably scary for me at the time because I was younger and was very tense, and obviously you have to put quarter after quarter to actually make it through all levels. But. That's more like I suppose action element kind of. Like zombies are inherently scary sort of game as opposed something like like inside which which we talk about on scoop all the time, which is more of a like cerebral kind of. Psychological, scary
Fast-Moving California Wildfires Boosted by Climate Change
"Point to the wildfires scorching the West and say that we can blame this on climate change. Leah Stokes, assistant professor with the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management at UC Santa Barbara, says no. Because of research from scientists that we have 500% more risk for. Well fires during this climate changed world then we would I have before, Daniel Swain, a climate scientist in the play in the National Center for Atmospheric Research, says. While it's shocking to see the impact of the wild fires out West, it's not scientifically surprising, explaining that a couple of degrees of average warming over decades. You don't notice it as much, but it's still there lurking in the background, sucking extra moisture out of the vegetation and soil
Screenwriter John Ridley to write new Batman comic series
"Ridley will like that right. The new Batman comic series with plans of the Dark Knight to being a person of color theosophy winning screenwriter in DC publisher Jim Lee announced plans for Ridley Don't write the miniseries during a DC fandom virtual panel on Saturday. Four issue comic is slated to be released in January. Ridley Saysthe Siri's will center on the family of Lucious Fox, who's one of Vour. Swain's closest allies. Box is also the president of Wayne Enterprises, and you'll remember In the second Batman movie, I believe In which they hatched the plan. The hatched the plan. To head to China to kidnap one of the Villains who is Getting all of the bad guy's toe work together. This isn't a very good thiss isn't a very good explanation of the movie. But if you know Batman you know who Lucious Fox is Alright,
"What's up everybody welcome game. Joining me this week is Tina Amini Stein and Stein Stein like. Stein I like. Which means one Stein? Exactly same flavored is here. Everybody and making his inaugural scoop appearance is Michael Swaine Michael Walker show swain scoop. Yes. So. Damon there's been a couple of you didn't host that you wouldn't know Michael was on those or not? Just put that up. Think there's only two. Really. I didn't host. You had one without me right when she was in Germany. And then Kim knows stole my spotlight one time. Yeah Yep. That's true. Swim. He's been working with us for a while now, but we've been wanting to game on Gamecube. We finally wrangled them. Now that some are gaming has come to an end. He actually has some free time. so Michael Tell us about what's your favorite game of all time? Wow. That's a hotter than you probably meant to solicit. Day. They ask us this. When we joined the company I joined about. Game. When you join game scooping and they put the Bar Code on the back of your neck. They ask you. What's your favorite video game? And at the time I said SCICLUNA. And that's. Still Very Near and dear to my heart, but I gotta say right now at this time in my life. You asked me that Damon. I have to be honest. That's stranding. Game of all time it I've had in the middle of a very spiritual experience with it I'm about one hundred fifty hours of put into that game and wow, I've just. It's opening the up in ways I didn't think I was I was thinking a lot this week? Because there's that hint at the sequel and found that strangely comforting, because first of all I had a great time play. It was absolutely favor game last year. What we laughing at what are we getting? He's making united. Here. We didn't close. Einstein has judging our tastes. He's he's like crying out loud about this. It's more. But even though it has some some weirdest, too. I had a really good time playing and I I. Really Really Look back in that time fondly and I like really WanNa kind of. A comfort game like that again it was. That's what I was calling the right word. It was my animal crossing new horizons. It got me through the quarantine instead of building my little house I was walking around. Little Roads Oh. Yeah, my maps complete every road section that can be built as. Sent, brother Yeah when. Curls up in the air as the craziest road Love, so, what was it before that stranding? I cannot. And we played the second ads. VR Game also very in inventive as Tim Schafer in the People Double Oh. I. In that's interesting, it's a very interesting answer destiny. For my like my personal, whenever I'm trying to come up with my favorite of anything of all time, just like my own little sort of a personal. I limit myself to only things that were released at least five years ago. That way I have some hindsight that I can sort of. You know you're absolutely right. There's recency biases in play for sure and the. Okay, we you. You say Yo exclude things from five years ago. No. It's no. It has to be at least five years old. Probably reflects on your in order for it. For me to consider it one of the best of whatever of all time, yeah, for example I have a playlist that I keep updated of my favorite songs of all time. They're called God tears songs, but I won't allow any song. That's less than five years old on that playlist. Okay I think that makes sense. I think the Oscars actually showed work that way. We'd have some perspective on things at that point. That's a great idea that's your. Of. Tina. Do you notice when we do a game of the year? Stuff that our staffs tends to think about things that just came out especially for music. That's when I really noticed an. Fresh on your mind. Exactly, it's also holiday season right so all these games are out, and it's just like I've never been able to separate that out. At the Santa, then towards the end of the year, we have more time to like finally. Catch up on some game, so it gives people an opportunity to play the stuff early in the year that they had. To not throw. Our whole came on the air system under the bus SAM.
Grandmas House Visits
"As I've mentioned before grandmother's. This house was the biggest house in Whistler. My following description of the house is intended not to Brag or Put on as as they say down south. It stood high off the ground as many homes in the south dead, and had wide steps, leading up to middle of the front porch, and into the main hallway, the porch ran linked to the front of the House with a wooden swing on the far right. This weighing Hong by small change was at the very end of the porch. This wing was part of our playground. Front doors I mentioned was in the middle of the house, and only the screen door was locked to keep babies from going out and get an end of the street. Entering the front door you found yourself facing long hallway with ten foot ceilings, and on the left side, stood an old wardrobe. No such thing as walk in closets in those days. From? That long hallway doors left and right led into the various rooms I only remember there were. Two rooms on the right and left, but many told me that there were three on each side plus the kitchen at the far end of the hallway and to the right door. Let into the sparse kitchen. And dining table, saying an icebox. Mada refrigerator not those days and not those prices. News, an icebox where you would have the iceman bring a block of in from the horse drawn wagon and place it into the top. My job was empty. The pan of melted water from underneath before it ran over, my idea was to avoid having to stop my important playing outside didn't go across very well with my grandmother. I simply suggested that I drew a hole in the floor underneath a refrigerator for drainage and save all that walking. Let them snakes house. She said ain't no way. The kitchen, there was a door that led out onto small. Porch one of the bedrooms happened to the amount of. I would go there and wonder. You see he had a hobby that influenced me for life. He built model airplanes and to this day. I'm sure the stuck in my mind. That is why I later became a pilot. Thanks Uncle Arthur. Let's get back to the front porch. Now are fun days. Where when only cousins came to visit grandmother, and that was mostly on weekends. We would cram many cousins into the swing as possible. And fareless Fred Wynn. Mount the back of the swain with his toes in between the wooden slats and holding onto the change, he would swing out. Away from the porch and backed his is. He could never quite reach the ceiling. By, the squeals, the kids. How much fun we were having. That is until an aunt. Or an uncle or grandma would put a stop to it. That swing is GonNa Bright One day. And break you Jawans Nex. I remember once this Wayne did break as my corpulent and and a friend set in it. She never went out with him again. I guess that was a sign from somewhere above. The Yard in front consisted of various plants and bushes. Flower Bush was as my grandmother called it five o'clock. As? She showed me the first time at five o'clock. The, flowers would close up for the night. Fascinating I'll tell you the day we almost died. My two cousins and I were playing in the front yard near themselves in Bush's. My cousin Barbara asked us the WanNa pull only in Manet, Sandwich. On white bread well, who, in turn that down soon came the long awaited sandwiches presented on a plate.
"swain" Discussed on AP News
"Infection Swain county in Michigan and you look at kick cook county and Chicago Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti says the virus is altered lives drastic changes the way that we live the way we work shop communicate there have been at least eleven hundred deaths among the eighty two thousand cases in this country I'm timid wire AP news I'm timid wire Johns how which is the nineteen inspection to death says the U. S. now has more than eighty two thousand cases the most in the world despite the growing number of cases in this country president trump says he still wants to see parts of the country return to business every day that we stay out it gets harder to bring it back very quickly and we don't want to stay in White House coronavirus coordinator Dr Deborah Berke says there's growing evidence to major urban areas could see a jump in cases Detroit and Chicago we are concerned about certain counties that look like they're having a more rapid increase I'm going to look at Wayne County in Michigan and you look at kick cook county and Chicago so we have integrated all of our information to not only look at where the cases are today but how they're moving so we can alert FEMA to where we think it's the next potential hot spot is army hospitals being sent to two of the hardest hit areas army chief of staff general James McConnell dissector defense signed orders for three army hospitals deployed in New York and Washington state the five thirty first hospital from fort Campbell Kentucky and the night hospital from Fort Hood Texas will deploy to New York City the hospitals will be used to treat patients other than those with corona virus taking a load off the many hospitals now swamped with the virus patients in the New York City area the markets despite word that three point three million people applied for unemployment last week rose for a third straight day the driver the two point two trillion dollars relief package passed by the Senate under consideration in the house Bankrate dot com's Marc Cameron you cannot stop economic activity across at least half of the country and not have what is essentially a decline or contraction think of a minus sign in GDP this is a pain is the economy grew two point one percent in the last quarter of last year that was before the pandemic the U. S. economy grew at a rate of two point one percent in the fourth quarter government officials should enjoy that two point one percent fourth quarter growth from twenty nineteen many economists believe it'll be the last positive growth seen for some time as the country indoors a sharp contraction due to the corona virus many economists believe GDP will to negative in the current January to March quarter some see a drop of around six percent with much bigger declines in the second quarter federal reserve chair Jerome Powell we may well be in recession but again I would point to the difference between this and a normal recession this isn't there's nothing fundamentally wrong with our economy quite the contrary Powell appeared on NBC's today show I'm showing up where Fred curly Neal the dribbling wizard to entertain millions with the Harlem Globetrotters for parts of three decades has died he was seventy seven I timid wire APNews coronavirus update on timid wire with an AP news minute three point three million that's the number of people who filed for unemployment last week North Carolina restaurant server Stephanie Myers is one of the millions of people living on the edge I don't know how long it's going to go on I just want it to be over so I can go back to working yes to jobs and get back to my life even with the record shattering unemployment filing the markets rose for a third straight day this time following the Senate's passage of a two point two trillion dollar relief package that includes substantial increases in unemployment benefits the house acts on that measure tomorrow Johns Hopkins which has been keeping a running tally says a number of cases in the U. S. tops eighty two thousand the most in the world they're about eleven hundred deaths in this country New York City has the most cases and by far the most Astros Asians the situation right now is overwhelming the army is sending two field hospitals as a navy readies a hospital ship for New York I timid wire thank you for listening to the AP radio network did you know that you can purchase prints of a piece for tiger fee for your personal or small business use every day a piece to top the first capture incredible images from all around the world they're.
The most interesting new Android 11 features so far
"Entered eleven. They released the developer preview earlier than ever. You can't just go install like a Beta you gotta flash it and it's mostly developer facing stuff But the stuff that is facing a real humans is a chat heads. Bubbles are making a grand comeback There's this like conversation section which I actually initially got wrong announcement post where they basically taking a whole bunch of all your chats. And they're putting him in a separate area notifications they might actually finally do real screen recording natively thank. God and they also are going to have better sort of APP security permissions and the big one is scoped storage. Which means that just like on the iphone Android APPS aren't going to be able to just look at whatever they want on your story to They'll only be a look at their special section unless it gets special permission to look at like generalized storage. So in the same way that like I dunno on the iphone at like I need permission to look at this and the more ended up soft to do that in the same way that macos. Catalina is constantly asking you look at the desktop. That's coming for android there. You Go Anyway a bunch of developers are going to have to contend with that and Google's finally just stopping saying please update your APPs to support the stuff. They're just making them do it. Because security I guess because some of the the scope storage stuff was already an android ten right. It was entertainment. It was Andrew. Ten is like hey we gotta do this and a whole bunch android volkers went. Oh like okay. Okay. We'll we'll do it next year but like please please look at this and now they're like. Yo we're doing this. Why are they doing this through the play store? You can't issue update if you don't support this thing because they can't so it's it's this gets into like the wildly complicated territory of the difference between Version of Android a the API version of android and which API version your APP targets in addition to all of that there's a new complication in android. Eleven where you can target the newest and latest. Api IF YOU WANNA use the newest stuff you need to target that level of API like you WANNA use the cool new thing. Api twenty-seven you have to follow API twenty-seven rules right but sometimes like there's like features in it that are knowing whatever and so now they're letting you like dynamically opt in stuff in weird ways. You can opt inner opt out of certain parts of the API. It's just It's radically complicated is but I'm getting at well. I'm just saying apple puts out a new version of Iowa's everyone has to hop to do what apple apple because they'll just put it across the entire install base very quickly or if you want to target the newest and greatest phone which is where probably the spending customers are. They'll have it whatever you got to follow the rules. Dandruff has Greg Google. Broadly has android. It's while they complicated. Api situation has placed or approval process. Which another Leverett can pull. Yep Right and then it has placed services on the phone which is yet a third and it also has Ads If you want to use ads on your APP the Google on one of the bigger ad networks and they have different rules there as well including it especially for apps that are like for kids they now have the Google play subscription thing which is another layer of approval But the biggest complication of all. That's more important than any of this is. The vast majority of android phones are a couple of years old. You know they don't have the latest and greatest operating system and so there's literally no incentive for developers to like update to do things like get rid of the side drawer that interferes with the back button and the Pixel 'cause you know half a percent of users have this stuff and so it doesn't bother ninety nine point five percent of your users like where's the incentive to like put the effort into updated. I'm not calling developers lazy. I'm saying that they're following the incentives at the ecosystem offers them. You know. They're putting their time into other things that bring them more return. Sure Google has to do things like change. The incentive structure and one of those changes is like making scope storage or requirements Which is like well. Okay now if I if I don't do it my APP BREAK. And that's they're doing that in part because it's like a it's a privacy and security issue. Yeah but where is it a requirement like we're in that stack of things where they can issue requirements is it a requirement that is it's the API level if you WANNA target and you want to be and if you want your APP to work I believe on android eleven okay and I think that the game there is still the newest phones will run end? Eleven if you want to run in the newest phones you got to work with right right. Yep and then if you but you can you can target the API and have it still working like older versions of the US in some cases so wildly complicated. Yes What else standard eleven I mean that's the big stuff big consumer facing stuff. There's a you know you could go and look at like android police and nine to five Google. And they had just a blast of a day just finding all the features weren't technically announced earlier. A bunch of the features that weren't technically announced so so my favorites are Scrolling screen shots finally coming back Airplane Mode Turning Off Bluetooth. Which is not you know it's been that's been fine on IOS for awhile but they're doing it here How do you? How do you ship phone's headphone Jackson? Not have this man. They are going to let you maybe pin APPs to the share sheet Which is interesting. Because share. Sheet has always been a disaster on android. It's just always been bad. They tried to do a bunch of stuff like machine learning on it. It slowed it down and tried to roll that back. And so there's like screw it you can just like put the APP to you. Want there on your own machine learning. Yeah guess what you want but it turns out you already know and then they are updating the Bluetooth Stack for controlling Baluchis devices to A new thing that has the codename gobble door chef. Just tell to tell the story DARSHA GOBERNADOR. Show is the son of Swain his name is Swain forked beard and You know that's the son of King Herald which is The Bluetooth Bluetooth comes from. So it's like the successor to tooth forked beard. Yeah I don't get where gobble gobble doors is. The is the word forked beard. His Dad King. Harald got the nickname. Bluetooth right yeah king. Four to beard got the nickname. Gabolde door shut and he did not become a text entered so so those blue blouses. Give me way better now. Yeah sounds like they're doing a lot to do it. A Lot And this is not the main consumer facing stuff because they always wait for Google. I O for that but this is like the stuff that we've been able to Glean Yeah android police in ninety five Google developers. It seems like a lot of stuff is hold over from ten. They just push back. There's a bunch of holdover from ten so like we screen reporting recording was an early ten Betas and then it didn't arrive These bubbles same sort of thing there but not used them and the stoke scope storage and the other from ten is intended introduced permission changes for location where you could instead of having it be all or nothing you can do while using the APP. Now they're continuing to chase what the iphone does and you can grant like a one permission for location Just once and they're also extending that to I. Think like cameras and microphones and then on top of all of that. If an APP just keeps asking you every time you open it for location permission and you keep saying no eventually android will like figure that out and they will block the APP from asking
The Business Owner's Path to Success
"This is the entreleadership podcast where we help business. Leaders screw themselves their teams and their prophets. I'm your host Alex Judd and here at the start of twenty twenty twenty. We want you to hear something. A loud and clear from entree leadership. We exist to help this small business owner win and we get so so excited about that. And here's why we get so excited about that because it's possible and not only is it possible. There's a lot of things going on right now that if you have the path it's actually probable. That's right you can win as a small business owner and so today of the start of two thousand twenty entreleadership senior you leaders Daniel Tardy and Sarah Swain want to share with you. Everything we've learned to be true about the state of small business in America. It's better than it's ever been. There are more resources. There's more technology. There are more people talking about small business and how to have one and how to lead one the history of our country and it's not an economy thing it's a mindset thing and anybody in their basement can have a dream and decide that With a little bit of a Google search a little bit of turning some things on grass roots and getting scrappy they can start something to get off the ground and get the first customers and grow it and start hiring. And there's more tools and resources and knowledge than ever before and it's it's an incredible time access to that when you think about now ed click of a button. You can get answers to problems that you have or things that you're trying to achieve in just a millisecond and it's fun it's exciting and what we're seeing when we're talking to small business owners around the entire country is most of them are having a blast. Most of them are more excited about the future than even a decade ago. What business owners were saying about how things were looking and It's it's crazy. I think we hear stories of these big companies all the time or these flash in the PAN companies but I don't think people realize that a majority of the backbone of our economy are actually small businesses and how exciting that is that people have taken their passion into business and they are the ones who are providing the jobs and and they are the ones that are driving the Konami. We just don't get to hear about them every day. That's powerful and we see all the time. How small business is the backbone of the American economy? It's keeping this this economy moving but at the same time it's almost like there's this dichotomy where we see the people that are winning and are crushing it right now but then we also see all the stats of so. Many businesses fail within the first five years so many businesses don't even get off the ground so many leaders crushed by the thing that they're building. So how do we look at those two things and how do we as an organization entreleadership respond to kind of that dichotomy. Well I think a lot of the stats are driven by people who halfway do it. You know. It's it's not. It's not that cautious so hard to build a business and so much work and you're really rolling the dice. If you think you want to go do this you really not if you're going to work hard and you show up and you believe in something and you're committed to it and you're GonNa take it seriously you're probably GonNa win but so many people dabble in it so many people kinda stick their toe towing the water technically you know air quotes they open a business and then three months later they failed. They close up shop. Well they weren't. It was a hobby. Maybe you know so that really kind of inflates the stats auto hobby or they are looking at these businesses. That are making the news and are spending money like crazy. They're not using commonsense. They think oh I can I I can do that. Too and make a big splash. And that's what success looks like instead of using common sense principles on what makes sense to really grow their business. They're comparing themselves in. They're trying to keep up with with the Joneses but in the business world in general it seems like it's not a good strategy to just do what you see on the news. We hear about the businesses that are big successes. But we don't realizes is is that is one business out of how many who have decided to take out debt and make big choices and take big risks in these massive ways and it looks. It's like it's paying off but that's one business out of how many that that works for right and I know so much of kind of our recognition in that over the course of the past. Several years has kind of brought us to a stage as an organization being entreleadership where we've got a renewed sense of purpose and direction as an organization so I love for Y'all to tell our audience a little bit about what that purpose is and why we truly exist as entreleadership. Our roots have always been the small business owner. Just just like Dave started all of this organization on a card table in his living room. If you got a card table you got a shot and somebody that can start something in their living room and grow it to. What Davis done is big national brand just inspires people at inspires me everyday and I work here? It never gets old and when I hear stories of people that had this grassroots beginning and then they're able to really build something that has a significant size and magnitude and his providing jobs and making a difference in the world and serving their customers like that's the American dream and so because it's our story as a company and it's what has become the story of thousands of business owners that we've helped transform from being stuck or being early on onto really being a peak performing business. We just get so lit up about that story that we have doubled down and just said that we're stubbornly committed to small business. You know it with a a big brand like this. We get pulled towards what about leadership in corporate America or you know what about just general leadership or high performance habits and productivity and. I'm a fan of all that stuff but when we're trying to be all things to all people were nothing to nobody so we really focused on that. Small business has been a struggle. I wish I could say that. This was super easy and super clear to us all along. We knew we had this passion this heart but by degrees other people were drawn into the information we are providing and we looked up and we had people in there that weren't necessarily really small business owners and we really found ourselves going okay. This is a turning point decision. You hardly so I just said that. So beautifully and as absolutely the drumbeat of of our area you know this but there was a year and there were we had to make some decisions and say are we going to double down on this or are we going to start broadening our our business and what we offer and providing this and we're certainly not mad at those people they can come and sit in the room and join the conversation but we're not going to change our content and who we are to serve everyone. We are stubbornly committed. Exactly as I said we have such a passion and such a heart for the small business owner who is out there grinding. It out day in and day out. You know making sure that they're meeting payroll and they are better leaders and business owners family members because of what they're doing everyday that is what we love A love that a no Oh steph. Godin has talked on this podcast before about the difference between being a wondering generality or a meaningful specific and it was a powerful day for me as a team member member to sit in the room that y'all were leading the meeting and you said were putting our stake in the ground. We exist to help the small business owner win so out of that now that we have have that clearly defined purpose the small business owners who were out to serve. What is the next step from that? Like how do we start to really get specific about how we're going going to serve that group of people as entreleadership. Alex your exactly right. Our heart is to help the small business owner win. What we figured out is? It's it's if we can help a small business owner win the compounding effect of what then they will do to build an incredible team and that team has families and those families have children and in that business has customers. There's just this incredible butterfly effect that if we can get to the small business owner and help them where indirectly can help thousands more people through them. And so that's what we really get excited about focusing on and when you ask what what is next when we go. We're here to help. Small Business Owners win we have to zoom out and go what makes a small business. This owner not win.
Tupperware, the Legend of Leftovers, Pops Up a Holiday Store
"Brown. And this is business worse daily. Happy Thanksgiving everyone. There are a few things that most of US associate with this special day. Turkey stuffing cranberry sauce football and as always leftovers and so on this holiday we turn our attention to one of the legends of leftovers. Yes tupperware last week. The seventy three year old company popped up what it's calling in an immersive store in New York City top Soho as it's called will only exist through December twenty seconds. So now's your time. The store blazing with bright red. Green yellow and blue walls is designed to catch the eye of photographers like most pop ups. It's intended as much for social media as it is for human even traffic it features Tupperware as art products. The company describes as museum honored and award winning the first of its kind. The store MARQUESA rotter rotter fundamental shift for tupperware sales have been flagging and shareholders have been pushing tupperware to Will join the twenty first century not long ago. The idea of disrupting its longstanding. Sales strategy the ICONIC TUPPERWARE party would have been unthinkable but with pressure to increase sales. The company is bowed to the inevitable and finally made some of its products accessible directly to the public with a brand new website the already inherent in the pop up store. Is that shortly after world. World War Two company founder. Earl tupper started out trying to sell his newfangled plastic conventions in stores only to discover that virtually no one was buying at the time in plastic was not the plastic. We know today according to Gizmodo writer Rachel Swain used it. I for wartime products like gas masks and military lamps. It was greasy and smelly hardly the kind of thing you'd use to store your. Leftover lasagne tupper changed the plastic formulation itself making it translucent. And getting rid the smell and the grease but consumers didn't trust that the confusing BURP products wouldn't make their food stink anyway without a way to know for sure or they weren't grabbing them off store shelves but as Gizmodo Sway be noted Tupper notice that some of his products were selling unbeknownst to him Direct sales sales company called Stanley home was holding parties where women would sell the Tupperware to other women at those parties dubious. Shoppers could smell the new inventions which were now free of the petroleum byproduct odor plastics past. The party strategy was working in spades. Finally Earl tupper made a deal with Stanley home to make the party's his own in the business. took off Tupper an inventor who'd been scraping by one invention at a time so the company in Nineteen in fifty eight four sixteen million dollars. Tupperware parties have continued to be sacrosanct until now under the guidance of Tupperware's first vice president of global brand engagement ship wrangled Tupperware is now building out ECOMMERCE access for customers in one hundred countries once. That's done and you can actually order that lunchbox online no matter where you are. TUPPERWARE will launch a global ad campaign. That's after years without advertising according to the online publication the drum that's important because in addition to suffering from it's more of a sales model tupperware also faces tough competition glad jointly owned by Clorox proctoring gamble cells similar plastic containers in grocery stores. They're not designed to last for years like Tupperware but the price points are low enough to inspire you to easily throw them into your grocery card and then there's another kind of competitor anyone who sells glass containers seen as far more areco friendly than plastic to combat the latter problem Tupperware as touting the benefits of Reuse in its now EPA free containers. Of course despite it's urgent overhaul Tupperware isn't abandoning the people who kept it going for the last seven decades independent Tupperware reps online. And at the Soho pop-up you'll find a pathway to host a party and in this way Tupperware is dancing a fine line between the past and the future. Not Unlike what Earl tupper yet more than seventy years ago
Scientists Studying Extreme Winds And Wildfires
"In southern California a rare extreme red flag warning is in effect high winds make wildfires more dangerous. NPR's Kirk siegler reports that scientists are linking wind conditions to climate change this story about wildfires extreme win starts with snow supposed to get about a foot today climate scientists Daniels key mountains so what does that have to do with dangerous California wildfires it turns out everything and it's that extremely cold air mass to the east of California it's driving the extreme wins and the extreme fire weather conditions in that state right now swain says the prolonged warming in the Arctic is his dry season is ending but climate change is causing the traditional winter rainy season here to shorten dramatically and Swain says California is a lot hotter vegetation extreme winds like these make wildfires much harder to control let alone even fight especially as embers or igniting new fires more than a mile or more ahead of the initial wall of flames that's why tens of thousands of people have faced evacuation orders across California the wind Ribbon Getty fire ignited in densely populated west Los Angeles early Monday. La Fire Chief Roth Terrazas warned the winds could reverse all the progress aide building containment lines this is a record setting event and a big worries that choppers will be grounded due to it being too dangerous to fly that is a new fire starts forecasting has gotten a lot better fire managers are better prepared to deploy engines to the most at risk neighborhoods ahead of the winds understands why the authorities are being so cautious due to the winds especially for me it's hard to get out and I don't want to impose on anybody I'd rather be safe than sorry extreme
Harvard University student from Palestine denied US entry
"There's a piece in the washington post washing post really covering itself in glory today. There's a piece in the washington. Post called a harvard. Freshman says he was denied entry to the u._s. Over social media posts made by his friends in spite deanna paul and susan spurred luga is myopia. Joey touched down at boston. Logan international airport on friday night prepared to begin his freshman. When you're at harvard university the seventeen year old palestinian student ever left the airport. The harvard crimson reported u._s. Officials detained for eight hours after interrogating the minor and searching his phone and computer they revoked his visa and sent him home to lebanon. Why according to a statement by showy an immigration officer claimed she found people posting political points of view that oppose the u._s. so she discovered nothing is shall we had posted himself. I shall we wrote after the five hours ended. She called me into a room and she started screaming at me. She said she found people posting political points of view that opposed the u._s. on my friends list i responded. I have no business with such posts and i didn't like share or comment on them and told her i shouldn't be held responsible for what others post then the crimson reported. I shall visa that was revoked and he returned to lebanon. Shall we did not return any messages from the postseason comment the harvard spokesman jonathan swain said an emailed statement that the university diversity is working closely with the family appropriate authorities to resolve the matter michael mccarthy's a spokesman for c._b. For customs and border protection he said the department is responsible responsible for ensuring the safety and admissibility of the goods and people entering the u._s. Applicants must demonstrate they are admissible into the us individuals deemed inadmissible based on information discovered cover during the c._b._c. Cbp inspection and the state department says visa records are kept confidential under american law so he can't discuss the details of individual cases so in other words this story sorry is solely based on a facebook account by a person who will not return phone calls from the washington post who's not turned over his social media accounts to the washington post and who story cannot be verified or disproved approved by c. b._p. By law but apparently this is indicative of the trump administration's xenophobia again solid reporting. There guys really really well done. I'm sure that's the entire story because i'm sure that a person barred from the united states and barred from their spot at harvard because he found something that profile i'm sure they would never ever feb to the media or on facebook ever now. Maybe the story went down exactly the way he said but certainly the story does not provide sufficient evidence that there should be reported this pretty insane but again they faith in our institutions is declining at a rapid rate as well it should be. I'm
MLB Draft 2019: Best Baseball Prospects Available After Day 2 Results
"And the giants were doing two things today. In addition to playing a baseball game, it was also day two of the draft. But I, I don't want to move on from day one, yet with our next guest, Keith law. ESPN baseball man. He's been all over the draft. He I'm looking at your Twitter feed in your story from yesterday. What you did like what you did not like from day, one of the draft for those of us who do not have ESPN. Plus, what does it say in there? Three thousand words in narrative. Okay. We could just why don't we just talk a little giant. Yeah. Okay. That's fine. Actually, I liked what they did. I did. Well, I mean, we'll start with day one where they to college position players. Very different guys. They should a big power bat in hundred Bishop, Maradona state, brother, Brayden bishops been up and down with the Mariners hunters corner outfielder huge power of any of the hardest hit ball. I personally saw spring scouting players came off with fish. It's fat in a game at Arizona state. He is going to play center now. There's swing invest. That's the big concern really didn't perform his first two years had a breakout season this year, wasn't quite as good in the Pac twelve but it's an upside play. I mean, you want to get a guy who's got that hunting power is gonna come probably with some red flags or question marks and pick Kent. You're going to get a guy like that, if hundred Bishop had no red flag he would have gone first or second. So I think at the ten spot it was a really solid pick. And they came. Back with Logan. Wyatt per station from Louisville saw this spring who can really hit. They can just see him. He looks like he's going to hit for power swings kind of flat. We hear a lot about launch angle. Now he doesn't really have it. And my suspicion is that the giants took him thinking he can hit. It's got a good idea to strike zone. He's find it first base, let's get them into our system. It's you can work with this wing to try to get a little more lost in its finish to his sheer size can result in more actual game power if that happens, you have first round value with your second round pick. No, it's amazing about Logan Wyatt. The way people are describing him. You know who he sounds like you sounds exactly like Brandon bell? Exact same guy. Yup. I think Brandon's bit better athlete overall. But otherwise, there's a lot of similarities and Brandon needed Swain, help twin hope you really need it stamps help too. But I remember talking to gut match news. Giants cross decker for many, many years. He's retired now after they took out and then he went had that big breakout year. A lot of it was just he hadn't had quality coaching, but they saw what they could do with him. Right. Which that's the similarity. This is my guest here. Why is that? They look at him and said we can make him better. That's a big part of and a lot of some teams don't wanna do that. They want the player he is what he is. And we don't want to have to do a lot of look somewhere going to embrace that say we star player don't in the process. We'll get a guy like a Logan, white into the system and they can changes and I particularly think that Kasparov on Sadie king from the dodgers where they kept doing this with players, they turn Muncie into a big leaguer. They turned Chris Taylor into good. Big leaguer. They Will Smith a catcher just got called up last week. Get no power in college. Last year, he had something like twenty three home runs in double A, because they changed his swing. And I have a feeling I just having scouted. Wyatt. I feel like that's where this is going. You know what kind of investment in your opinion are these teams making in their early picks and beyond the obvious? What I mean by that is, you know, to what level are they hanging the future of the organization on these guys. I think when a lot of fans see that early on the giants took a bunch of left handed power there immediately, and I'm by the way, I'm one of these people that says, okay, then that tips you off that they're moving those fences in because they're not going to take these guys, and then make him look at a four hundred twenty foot power alley in a couple of years. I wouldn't draw that conclusion here and certainly I wouldn't draft. I've never liked the idea teams this isn't specific to giants at all, but the team saying, well we're going to draft ballpark. We're gonna draft. It's kinda like drafting for right? Just they'll get the best. Player. Take the best players available hundred Bishop was probably the best player available at their pick. By the way, if he hits to get enough to get his power defenses could be four hundred fifty feet away, and it's still not gonna hold it. Okay. He flies with us day two of the draft working throughout the day. The other thing that I think, has has been noticeable from the giant standpoint is that through the first ten rounds only one pitcher and I know that it's not considered a pitcher heavy draft. But I is that just a reflection of that or the giants shifting the philosophy of it? Well, it was a bad pitching draft rights addressed that sort of at the general level. I assume listeners are split following the draft rapidly. Like I am was this is my eighteenth draft between my time with the Blue Jays. My time at ESPN keeps the worst college pitching draft I've ever seen, and I am actually having a heart. Somebody asked me, well what was the worst pitching draft before this? I said, I don't actually know this one so much worse. It's just a waste all the others from my memory. It was just an baseball, America's gay a Cooper, had a great piece that showed historically, when it's a fad pitching drafts chasing pitching is just a fad strategy. So I look at the giants, they will maybe they believe that maybe they just took what we're not gonna make you don't force it. Right. It's the draft isn't giving you pitchers. Take the position player. Like again, I think they did pretty well in that regard. But I also wonder if there was any philosophy here, just a question you would ask four hundred other folks in front office was this also the belief that their safety and position players? Right. Giants farm system is down. It's just week after years of high up little draft picks and contending trading. So was this just, hey, let's restock the system and try to get some certainty, which do get with position players. You tend not to get with pitchers just pitchers. Get her. When you look at, you know, the system as a whole and, and, you know, it all starts take shape with the names that they added to it over the last couple of days. But I think a lot of giants fans are starting to come to grips with what you're describing in the fact that this is it needs to be reworked, and it's going to take some time in, in your estimate. How long of a project is far Hans ID looking at. It depends a little bit. Like the way it is right now, this is just a draft and build situation, you're probably still four years away, counting this year from turning this into a contending situation, or at least we'll take competitive situation. The one thing is they still have some major league assets that have trade if they can take medicine Bumgarner and trade him convinced to accept the trade and trade him for packages indecent prospects that can always accelerate things because then in any trade, you're typically getting at least one prospect who's kind of close to the big leagues closer to the big leagues. Then the players you just rafted this week. So that's the one variable, maybe this is more on that three year range than the fortify year range, because they can convert some on the major league roster into more prospect, healthy if they're just trying to do this through the draft at your international science, which they spent a lot of money last year seem to add a lot of talent at they're just doing student drafted. It's gonna take you more four years or, or even. Beyond because that's how long it takes noth- nothing against the giants. It's just a long process to take so long specially high school talent to get to the big links and they can
Why and How Are Documents Redacted?
"Recently, the American public got its first look at special counsel, Robert Muller's to volume report on the investigation into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential election and some may have been startled to see how much of the four hundred and forty eight page document about seven point two five percents of the text. According to the news, website, FOX had been blacked out by us attorney general William bar, each blacked-out word or passage was labeled with a color coded notation indicating the legal justification for withholding that material these included potential harm to an ongoing legal matter. The need to conceal investigative techniques, personal privacy, and grand jury testimony which generally must be kept secret under rule six of the federal rules of procedure in less judge issues a waiver. The House Judiciary committee, still subpoenaed. The uncensored report and bars. Explanations didn't quell the widespread curiosity about what it was the bar decided that we shouldn't see we spoke with Michael revenue, sqi an attorney, who's an expert and the release of government documents through the freedom of information act. He said, there's something psychological about it. If you see a document with blocked out sections your eyes go to it, and you wonder what's under there. Welcome to the arcane secretive subculture of redaction, which is the practice of removing or concealing portions of documents before publication. It's a phenomenon that most ordinary Americans probably are unfamiliar with as evidenced by the four thousand percent spike in the number of searches for redact and redacted on the Miriam Webster, dictionary website, on the day that bar sent a letter to congress revealing that he would release a redacted version, a Muller's report. But attorneys journalists and historical researchers are custom to blackout spaces on documents as a consequence of dealing with sensitive, subjects redacting has long been part of government imposed secrecy. When former CIA employee Victor Marchetti and his co author, John, D Marx sought to publish a book on the CIA in the early nineteen seventies government censors who had a thirty to review the book under Marchetti employment contract. Redacted one hundred sixteen pages from the text the book was published with blank spaces showing the location of the redacted, passages decades later documents obtained using the freedom of information. Act are still sometimes riddled with blank squares over faces and photographs and black. Bars over words and sentences and sometimes entire pages. But it's not just the government in the legal world attorneys routinely. Redact portions of documents that are to be turned over during the discovery process in civil lawsuits. Those deletions occur in order to protect attorney client privilege attorney's work product for clients commercially sensitive information and information, not relevant to the litigation. Other reductions are required by the courts themselves to protect personal information such as social security numbers from misuse, one of the things about redaction is that, while there are rules about, what should be redacted. There aren't really a lot of hard and fast rules about how to block out that material for years attorneys, and government officials often simply used black markers to conceal sensitive portions of documents, which were then photocopied. So that someone couldn't hold the paper up to the light and read censored words in the mid two, thousands as more and more documents begin to be distributed in the laconic forum, both the government and private sector law firm, started shifting to redacting the digital files themselves using software tools. These days attorneys involved in big. Corporate lawsuits often use e discovery platforms, which allow them to manage massive amounts of documents in which contained tools for redacting portions, though, you can also safely redact information using programs like adobe acrobat pro assuming that you're working with PDF's. But regardless of what technology is used. It's necessary to go through documents individually and figure out what to mask, which is a time intensive process. In the case of the Miller report, Barna staff, apparently, scanned a printed copy of the report, redacted it, and then printed and scanned it again to create a new digital copy that excess of caution resulted in a low quality image that wasn't searchable since then the department of Justice has published a searchable version as well, but digital redaction isn't always foolproof once fisted, high tech method for reading redact words in the document involves analyzing their links, and comparing them to other words with the same length on the page and guardian reporter, John Swain found that he could view redacted text in a court document, and the Paul Manafort case by copying and pasting it into a Microsoft Word document. Matthew Ingram of the Columbia journalism review explained quote this likely happened because someone either drew over the unwanted text with black highlighter tool in Microsoft, Word, or used adobe acrobats reduction tools, but forgot to merge them with the original document. We also spoke with Mark Sade a Washington, DC based attorney who specializes in national security law and frequently deals with productions, he said, I don't trust technology. Even if there's a safety mechanism someone will invent something that overrides it thus Zayd generally shoes, electric reduction, his preferred method is to, quote, literally cut it out with scissors, and then photocopy the page it's a really sloppy looking reduction. But no one will ever see what I cut out in other instances, if he's instructed by the government to redact information from a document. He deletes the text and types, the number of words and deleted, by the request of the CIA in its place, but manual reductions on actual paper can go awry to Zabre calls wants receiving Zimmer redacted documents in a case, and discovering that he could hold them up and read the words to the black ink whoever sent them had provided the original pages, rather than making a photocopy. Zayd says that even when information in court papers is redacted. It's sometimes possible to figure out what's in the blackout sections, the client may be able to identify a witness or piece together, what was said in a discussion in which he or she participated, for example. But generally, they explained that it's not wise to speculate, as even educated guesses can be wrong. He gave the example of a freedom of information act, litigation connected with the DP Cooper sky jacking case, he said, we thought a document pertain to a particular person who is dead. But when Zayd gave the government copy of the man's obituary in an effort to get the full document released the told Zayd he assumed wrong and the document was about someone
"swain" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
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"swain" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Chicago. I'm Alexander Swain. I'm a junior sixteen. I'm Elliot Australia's. I'm seventeen. I'm a senior Kenyan Sola on a photo. She on seventeen and a senior the girls were a lot like a young, Michelle. Obama might have been hyper prepared great grade school leadership titles at the ready for their college applications and even today Obama brought a copy of the book loaded with brightly colored post. It's still not ready to like right in it and the students were equally prepared with carefully crafted questions, so my Foot's in the black world, and then the white world being by racial, multiple highly ranked institutions that it's my responsibility to change their primarily white like every day you wake up, and there is something new that happens at kind of throws you off balance. What is going to a magnet school means? They travel from vastly different parts of the city. They have different family backgrounds. And circumstances. Mrs Obama says she experienced the same thing, and it was one of the first big transitions of her life. You know, one of the things going to Whitney young was that that was the first time, I really met black Bush people, you know, black professionals, you know, kids who had traveled the world and gone skiing and had professional parents. We grew up in a working class neighborhood. And it took me a while to sort of understand that there was even a whole nother world of black people. You know, one of my best friends was Jesse Jackson's daughter, and that was a whole different culture of being politically active in marching and doing things that the Robinsons on Yugoslav new leeward just listening to jazz and hanging out. And we knew what we knew another formative moment going to Princeton, the young women in this room black biracial and Latino had questions about that time in the life of the first lady because she writes about a sense of isolation that they understood that they. Might feel as they entered majority white campuses. You're not always dealing with like a kind of overt racism. I mean, I think there's a section in the book where you mentioned the fact about your your roommate at Princeton who changed rooms unbeknownst to you. Because her parents had concerns about having a black roommate which didn't come out until you were on the campaign show, right? This is not on tier? Did you? I feel that at the. Yeah. You know what I didn't feel that? But I felt distant from her. Did you describe the students at Princeton is being poppy seeds in a bowl of rice was really very stark description, and that your response to it was to overperform. Yeah. Yeah. Well, when you come from a school where your own guidance counselor tells you you're not good enough. There's just that little seed of doubt that somebody says. Yeah, you not quite ready to provide. Exactly they're quick to provide. When you're you know, you're thinking, my GPA is pretty good. I was walking around with young thinking, I'm pretty senior class treasurer was at the top of the class. Why would you say that? So while I overcame that. I pushed through that and applied anyway you enter with a doubt. Right. You inner with I have something to prove obviously I'd approve it to my own high school. And maybe they were right. So you go in with a feeling like, well, I certainly can't not show up. I've got a prove to these people that I belong here. There are echoes of this in how she talks about her experience in the White House her reaction to President Obama's reelection. Was that America had answered a question. Are we good enough? Yes. We are in this period of her life is also where the main theme of the book comes into play. Michelle Obama calls herself a box checker. She someone who likes things in an orderly way. But over and over again, she's drawn to people who did not live their lives that way. I call it making your swerve. And some of it happened because I met people who weren't box checkers in. I had a good roommate that she was carefree and she loved loved she was Jamaican. And she she was Suzanne Suzanne was would you win and as a pre med because both of her parents were doctors, and she decided don't wanna be pre med. It's too hard. So she switched her major. And I was like what are you doing is like that wasn't fun for me anymore? But then I lost. Suzanne Suzanne died. Suddenly she was in her twenty s and shortly thereafter. I lost my father, and I right. About that. And then somewhere in there, I met this really weird guy named Barack Obama who was swerving all over the place. And was he he didn't. He didn't have gone swerve. It's check he didn't have anything. Right. So that was a culmination of loss in realization and growth and just a wakeup call for me. And I thought to myself if I died, they is this where I wanna be and it wasn't just one thing. It was a few things that made me step back and say all right put down the boxes and the checks, and now you have to do the hard work of thinking about who you want to become she, of course, became first lady a transition that wasn't easy, but her description of politics as mean and her insistence that she would not run for office herself. Drew this question from senior Kenyan Sola? Whoa. She for one. What gives you hope, and what helps you to continue to have hope. And when advice, would you give to people who do really care about the world and the future of our country of our city, but feel like there are so many things to think about so many things to focus on every single day. Well, first of all young people like you give me hope because here's the thing that does happen. Each generation does get better. That's why I always want to invest in young people because the future is yours. You know, the the country that's being created. Now is the one you will raise your children in. So we need you engaged and involved. So my advice is don't be discouraged. There've been harder times in our nation's history than this. So I do want you all to do the work to find your passion because you will have the greatest impact if you're doing something that you believe in and that you care about you may have to do a little box checking like me, but you will be far more effective. If you're checking boxes and thinking about what you value. So be encouraged be incredibly encouraged because I'm encouraged every time I need young people. I feel.
"swain" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"And we are back with our final segment with Matthew Swain, the author of haunted World War Two Betsy what conclusions? Have you come up with assuming you have about what's happening with all these stories and these huntings? Yeah, the conclusions. That's a that's a great question because I still feel I still consider myself a an open minded skeptic. I'm not a cynic about this. I keep open to these things. I haven't really found anything that absolutely proves that you know, these tales of the supernatural in haunted World War Two are actually supernatural or whether there's natural explanations. But on the other hand, I haven't walked away saying that it can't you know, these things can't be supernatural. I think they might also be supernatural. So I'm still maintaining my kind of on the fence about whether there's any conclusions about this. They could be very natural. A, you know, the ghosts in the spirits, and the haunting could be a very integral part of living, and it's all mixed together. Right. I mean, the more you get into as a as a research writer in the more you get into looking at. Things like quantum physics and black hole in dark matter. He realized I don't think we know as much as we think, we know. And I think there's a lot of territory that could be explored. And who knows whether we don't find that. This is all interrelated, you know, that's that's kind of what what keeps me keeps me going. Let's go to final calls now. Monique in Sunlen Californians with us. Hi monique. Hi, george. How are you? Hi mysterious. Shane thank you so much for having me on the show. Have you ever heard of Marilyn Monroe coming back as a spirit because I have a short story. I was in a play about her in West Hollywood at the former much theater, which was in a structure that I believe is still post World War Two nineteen forty three. And then one particular night one of the crew members with their late. This is about to leave. And he thought that she saw the lead actor on stage. And she said, oh, Kelly, what are you doing here? And then she realized that she thought she was actually seeing the spirit of Marilyn Monroe who is a luminated in white. She said so just wanted to know if you've ever heard something like that. Well, that's actually that's kind of a fascinating chapter that I didn't include in haunted World War Two. And maybe I should have is really some of the ghost stories around, you know, famous people who were maybe not involved in the actual fighting of the war, but we're involved in the war effort, and I'm thinking about actresses, I've never written anything about the ghosts of Marilyn Monroe. But I know that when I was researching haunted rock and roll. I believe that her name came up in one of the places where Elvis was also seen. So I know there are a lot of ghost stories about Marilyn Monroe, and and at various sites where where she. Lived and where she performed so I I have heard of those. I've never heard that story which is pretty fascinating. I would you love to interview the ghost of airline Monroe and find out what the heck really happened to the story. She could tell my gosh, you know, what the ghost probably would tell all the stories too. Yeah. Not going to hold back. This time. And all those rumors probably were true next month. Monique thanks for that. Let's go to Mike truck. Driving North Carolina east of the Rockies say Michael good morning, gentlemen. How are you? Good. More things on this earth and heaven and earth. Yeah. You mentioned I was going to sit back and listen, but I'm prior service. Just like, George. Thank you. I was at the detached. I graduated the Justice ketamine, and my first duty station was security police squadron Okinawa Japan. And you said Okinawa and goes got stores for you, my friend. Let me hear him. Give us a good one. Give us a good. Well, okay. Now are your warrant want? Stay on the base do not venture off. Because of the Abu snake, and they unexploded ordinance that island is nothing. But unexploded ordinance that hasn't been dug up still bomb about. Oh, yes, sir. Bombs the bombs all over the place. They weren't you. Don't venture the jungles. Then you've got the deserters that deserted that live out in the Jon Olsen that you know, just the urban legends. But yeah, matter of fact while I was there the alert the alert. Birch class-a alert birds are always refuelers are lurk row that was built on a mass grave site of Japanese rage, thousands of of of Japanese and whoever are just buried in mass graves there. I know during the eighteen nineteen months. I was there. There were six separate ghost sightings. It's always the same thing the century. It's two or three in the morning when the most sleepiest the gentlemen comes up and asks for cigarette he gives them the cigarette and he's talking and then it dawns on the century. Wait a minute. This guy is this guy's a soldier. And when he realizes this guy's a Japanese soldier. Boop. The guy's gone. The cigarettes on the ground sees story over and over one night back in the days when we used to take letters home on cassette. We actually listen to one of the century's he was in the midst of recording. And all of a sudden all hell broke loose. There was a battle. They were screaming. There was stopping all on this tape. It scared him to death. But he didn't see anything way even had the director of CSC central security control terminate responses to the area of an individual in the class area as it goes citing he says terminate germinate this is another go citing they document this. They know this is a fact there's a ghost there, and he creates problems that's a great show. Hey, thanks. That's a perfect example of me going on coast to coast and having someone blow away my ghost stories. But actually, you could write another book with the callers. I was taking though to see what was going through that. That was an amazing story. And I I agree. I think Okinawa was one of the and there was a book written a about the Okinawa haunting and some of the stories remind me of the one that the caller just mentioned one was that a a group of American GI's where it I wanna be at a beach house, and they looked across the to the other to the porch of the other beach house. And they saw a man an Okinawan man being held up almost like levitating in the ground in off the ground. And when they ran over to him he was thrown off the balcony onto the beach, and he was taken to the hospital. He was okay. But the the wife of the man who went to the hospital she brought in a shame and to go through the house and the shame and beliefs that it was haunted by Japanese soldiers who actually are in the the ocean itself. Let's go to Claudine Inglewood, Colorado. First time caller for her high Claudine, go ahead. How thanks for taking my call. This is a little bit later that I you know, military. I maybe. Long time ago. Okay. My husband was stationed at Portsmouth. Naval shipyard off New Hampshire. And just before. Do you have anything or know anything about the US assessor that went down the submarine? Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. My husband was therefore the USS John Adams, which is the first of that class going out and blatantly attention nervous near this. Maybe what? During a sea trials. Back to back to the thresher. Officially didn't really hear anything. We speculated that it went beyond the test depth. And it went down with the whole crew a couple of hundred failures and stuff. So I was just curious. You know, talking about navy little big. Oh, yeah. That was a horrible story. Yeah. And I didn't come across any ghost stories about the Thrasher. But but who knows it? It sounds like it. It sounds like it would be it would have the type of emotional intensity that would either create some of these ghost stories or or go slower. I was I was thirteen when that went down at one hundred and eighteen sailors aboard. Wow. And she's just though horrible story. I mean, I couldn't remember that even at that age thirteen it just truly affected. You Matthew just something else? Of all the stories that you've heard for all your books of all your books, which one. Still baffles you the most. Boy that Erwin Rommel one is is the baffler for me. That's something that that one stands out in the rock and roll Lor. I think there's a few stories about Jim Morrison that stand out to me as as the real strange ones in the the one that I seem to always go back to is to the Mexican restaurant that had a bathroom that once served as the vocal booth for the doors when they used to record their they sang in the bathroom well vocal booth, then and then they turned it into a bathroom, but you know, their stories about the bathroom shaking violently when people are in it that it almost breathes and people the owners sought it was haunted by Jim Morrison, and you know, later, I find these ghost stories about Jim Morrison literally all over the country at his childhood home in Arlington at a childhood home in in New Mexico. Barney's beanery in California, all of those places have this reputation of of being haunted by Jim Morrison. So so that's another kind of baffling like why does one figure not just inspire goes story, but inspires dozen. I could put Elvis in that as well. That's right. I had the two remaining doors on the program a few years ago, Robby Krieger and Ray bans. Eric raise Ray is gone now. So it's just Robby Krieger, but. Yeah, gone. I love talking to them about it about everything music. Whether they thought Morrison was still alive, of course, they both said, no, he's dead. Yeah. He's just incredible stories. Matthew. Thank you keep in touch with us. And you know, anytime you ride a new book pop back on with us. All right. I would love. Thank you very much for that invitation. I'll take you up on it, Matthew Swain. And of course, as a tradition here on coast to coast what we tend to do on this. First Sunday is wrap up this program with one of these most. Dramatic songs. I think I have ever heard and you've got to listen to it all the way through its by disturbed in. It's the old. Sounds of silence..
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"And we are back with our final segment with Matthew Swain, the author of haunted World War Two Matthew what conclusions? Have you come up with assuming you have about what's happening with all these stories and these haunting ze? Yeah, the conclusions. That's a that's a great question because I still feel I still consider myself a an open minded skeptic. I'm not a cynic about this. I keep open to these things. I haven't really found anything that absolutely proves that you know, these tales of the supernatural in haunted World War Two are actually supernatural or whether there's natural explanations. But on the other hand, I haven't walked away saying that it can't you know, these things can't be supernatural. I think they might also be supernatural. So I'm still maintaining my kind of on the fence about whether there's any conclusions about this could be very natural. A, you know, the ghosts and the spirits and the haunting could be a very integral part of living, and it's all mixed together. Right. I mean, the more you get into as a as a research writer, the more you get into looking at things like quantum physics and black hole and dark matter. You realize I don't think we know as much as we think, we know. And I think there's a lot of territory that could be explored. And who knows whether we don't find that. This is all interrelated, you know, that's that's kind of what what keeps me keeps me going. Let's go to final calls now Monique in Sunland Californians with us. Hi monique. Hi, george. How are you? Hi mysterious. Shane thank you so much for having me on the show. Have you ever heard? Heard of Marilyn Monroe coming back as a spirit kids. I have a short story I play about her in West Hollywood at the former much of theater, which was in a structure that I believe is still close World War Two nineteen forty three and a one particular night. One of the crewmembers was there late just about to leave. And he thought that she saw the lead actor on stage. And she said, oh, Kelly, what are you doing here? And then she realized that she thought she was actually seeing the spirit of Marilyn Monroe. Who is a Luma needed in white? She said so just wanted to know if you've ever heard of something like that. Well, that's actually that's kind of a fascinating chapter that I didn't include in haunted World War Two. And maybe I should is really some of the ghost stories around, you know, famous people who were maybe not involved in the actual fighting of the war, but we're involved in the war effort, and I'm thinking about actresses, I've never written anything about the ghosts of Marilyn Monroe. But I know that when I was researching haunted rock and roll. I believe that her name came up in one of the places where Elvis was also seen. So I know there are a lot of ghost stories about Marilyn Monroe, and and at various sites where where she lived and where she performed so I I have heard of those. I've never heard that story which is pretty fascinating. I would you love to interview the ghost Marilyn Monroe and find out what the heck really happened to the story. She could tell my gosh. You know, what the ghosts probably would tell stories too. Yeah. Not going to hold back. This time. And all those rumors probably were true next Monique? Thanks for that. Let's go to Mike truck driving and North Carolina east of the Rockies, say, Michael. Good morning, gentlemen. Our good. More things on this earth and heaven and earth. Yeah. You mentioned I was going to sit back and listen, but I'm prior service. Dislike George, thank you. I was at the detach. Graduated the Justice ketamine, and my first duty station was HD security police squadron Okinawa Japan. And you said Okinawa. And goes I got storage for you, my friend. Let me hear him. Give us a good one. Give us a good. Well, okay. Now are your warrant want? Stay on the base. Do not venture off. Because of the Abu snake, and they unexploded ordinance that island is nothing. But unexploded ordinance hasn't been dug up still about. Oh, yes, sir. Bombs the bombs all over the place. They you don't venture did the jungles. Then you've got the deserters deserted that live out in the junk that, you know, just the urban legend. But yeah, matter of fact, while I was there the alert the alert Birch class-a alert birds. They're always refuelers alert row that was built on a mass grave site of Japanese rage, thousands of of Japanese and whoever are just buried in mass graves there. I know during the eighteen nineteen months. I was there. There were six separate ghost sightings. It's always the same thing the century. It's two or three in the morning. When did the most sleepiest the gentleman comes up and asks for cigarette. It gives them the cigarette and he's talking and then it dawns on the century. Wait a minute. This guy's this guy's a soldier. And when he realizes. This guy is a Japanese soldier who the guy's gone the cigarettes on the ground. Jeez. Wow. Story over and over one night back in the days. We used to take letters home on cassette. We actually listen to one of the century's. He was in the midst of recording. And all of a sudden all hell broke loose. There was a battle screaming there were stopping all on this tape. It scared him to death. But he didn't see anything way even had the the director of central security control terminate responses to the area of an individual in the class area as it goes citing he says terminate germinate this is another go citing they document this. They know this is a fact there's a ghost there and creates problems. That's. Hey, thanks. That's a perfect example of me going on coast to coast and having someone blow away my go stories, but actually you could write another book with the colors. I was taking notes to see what was going through that. That was an amazing story. And I agree. I think Okinawa was one of the and there was a book written a about the Okinawa haunting and some of the stories remind me of the one that the caller just mentioned one was that a a group of American GI's where it I wanna be at a beach house, and they looked across the to the other to the porch of the other beach house, and they saw a man an Okinawan man being held up almost like levitating in the ground in off the ground. And when they ran over to him he was thrown off the balcony onto the beach, and he was taken to the hospital. He was okay. But the the wife of the man who went to the host. Hospital. She brought in a shame and to go through the house and the shame and beliefs. It was haunted by Japanese soldiers who actually are in the the ocean itself. Let's go to Claudine and Inglewood, Colorado. First time caller for her high Claudine, go ahead. Hi, thanks for taking my call. This is a little bit later that I you know, military, maybe. Wrong kind of go. Okay. My husband was stationed at Portsmouth. Naval shipyard off New Hampshire. And this before. Do you have anything or know anything about the USS thresher that went down the submarine? Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Well, we'll story. Yeah. My husband, whereas therefore the USS John Adams, which is the first of that class going out and boy pension nervous near this. Maybe what? During the sea trials. Back to the for that 'cause fresher. It's actually didn't really hear anything. We speculated that it went beyond its tests depth, and it went down with the whole crew couple of hundred failures and stuff. So I was just curious. You know, talking about navy little big. Oh, yeah. That was a horrible story. Yeah. And I I didn't come across any ghost stories about the Thrasher. But but who knows it? It sounds like it. It sounds like it would be it would have the type of emotional intensity that would either create some of these ghost stories or or go slower. I was I was thirteen when that went down one hundred and eighteen sailors aboard. Wow. And she's just though horrible story. I mean, I could remember that even at that age thirteen it just truly affected. You Matthew just something else? Of all the stories that you've heard for all your books of all your books, which one. Still baffles you the most. Boy that Erwin Rommel one is is the baffler for me. That's something that that one stands out in the rock and roll Lor. I think there's a few stories about Jim Morrison that stand out to me as as the real strange ones in the the one that I seem to always go back to is to the Mexican restaurant that had a bathroom that once served as the vocal booth for the doors when they used to record their they sang in the bathroom. Well. Vocal booth then and then they turned it into a bathroom, but you know, their stories about the the bathroom shaking violently when people are in it that it almost breathes and people the owners thought it was haunted by Jim Morrison, and you know, later, I find these ghost stories about Jim Morrison literally all over the country at his childhood home in Arlington had a childhood home in in New Mexico. Barney's beanery in California, all of those places have this reputation of being haunted by Jim Morrison. So so that's another kind of baffling like why does one figure not just inspire ago story, but inspires dozen. I can put Elvis in that as well. That's right. I had the two remaining doors on the program a few years ago, Robby Krieger and Ray bans. Eric raise Ray is gone now just Robby Krieger, but yeah, I love talking to them about it about everything music. Whether they thought Morrison was still alive, of course, they both said, no, he's dead. He's gone. But just incredible stories Matthew. Thank you keep in touch with us. And you know, anytime you ride a new book pop back on with us. All right. I would love. Thank you very much for that invitation. I'll take you up on it, Matthew Swain. And of course, as a tradition here on coast to coast what we tend to do on this. First Sunday is wrap up this program with one of these most. Dramatic songs. I think I have ever heard in. You've got to listen to it all the way through its by disturbed in. It's the old. Sounds of silence..
"swain" Discussed on Undisclosed
"So they're rested for having a machine gun about a license to do so and not long after one of those I have information that can help you out about Donnie Bertini crimes. He's done and he included in that list of crimes. The murder of herald Swain which is how Joe Gregory in, but Kennedy, going back to their county to interview. Kissel and start investigating Donnie time. How is Dennis period holding out and always in prison, but how is he doing with this? I've met with him several times now I have not yet builder court in for the show, but he is able to the podcast and can hear what we're doing. I mean, he's been in prison since two thousand basically almost exactly as long as has been as well and launch Joey. His case really had no options legally. Although in this case, even fewer than Joey had, he's got some hope nail. Maybe this is giving him some. When you're in a place like that, if you got any kind of hope, just a Ray of hope in the know the day, you know? Yeah. Yeah, it Joe is hearing a an appropriate. You invited me there and and everybody there could tell feeling for joy. I mean, everybody did. I'm the only one in that room that knew how Joey Phil, I promise you on new xactly. And I was playing kind of playing poker with this. Judge found the read him and I love that hand had no really believed he would prove in his favor. So. Yeah. I mean, like tell Dennis what I told you. I can promise tell your story. I can't promise any more than that will hopefully tell him his story will do what is done for me is got me out there and people are interested in wanting to hear more so. Well, I'll tell you this. I have. I have more faith than Susan than she just tells a story, Susan lead investigator on this. He's gonna find stuff. Nobody else ever has on. I'm sure she already has done that, but But you you know. know, I have a question about Susan that after that arrest that one of those three suspects are began singing about this. It seems like an awfully. I mean, unless there was some reason for them to be connected, like, you know if they were like from the area or they had been stopped in connection with the if they were being questioned in connection with the murder of Swain's. Maybe I can see somebody just kind of randomly offering that or not randomly off, but this seems like kind of like two out of left field for their not to be something behind it. That is person also, how would any of these people know what's happening in the investigation right like? So if somebody were to make an offer of information that's false and the police already have their leads, they could easily determine it's false. I don't know. I feel like I would lend some credibility to to one of the making that kind of statement or offer maybe, but it's pretty common for. I mean, it's not uncommon at all for someone who's in trouble like that to try and give up dirt on co-defendant and hope they owned since reduced its puffing. This was a big Victor in the area, but they knew that they didn't know that. I mean, there's more to cover here and it's kinda company, but the fact there are a lot of jurisdictions interested in Donnie Barron Thein. So it was not just as case that was coming up at this time. But kill knew that this was a big case I in town that they were really interested in solving and that the investigators to be motivated to hear from him and potentially work with him if he had a face that can help make a case. So to that extent doesn't make sense to me that this could be something someone can make up. Of course, in this case, there is the twist that right away. The police get confirmation of least part of what Israel said. Because after talking to Jeff Cottrill. The investigator, the drive to Mariana about four showers, maybe away from Canada county, and there they quickly find two people who were at this party that Ghani Ballantyne supposedly confessed at according to schedule and they telling us the Gators the same thing that killed it..
"swain" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Two brothers sisters? And then their children marry each other The term bare endogamy, when you lose ancestors because cousins. In America right so instead of having eight individuals. You have six or shut up having thirty two ancestors, that generation you have twenty four and that means it ancestors married so once again the, book is called the Royal descents of nine, hundred, immigrants to the American colonies Quebec and the United States and it's fascinating, stuff to go through and if you're in. The genealogy, and you know especially some of your earlier ancestors this is going. To tie you back. To some? Fascinating historical figures thing I would like to mention which is a French Canadian? Said they're twenty two immigrant Royal French or English line you usually have both that comes from France to, Quebec and then there twenty three, who have come, down, here who might create, in the work and there are people, like the great grandfather Madonna, the grandparents have Jack Kerouac ancestors of Beyond Shay and Justin Bieber himself Swain Dion herself Ryan Gosling always slew of French, Canadian? Major entertainers and I put in, Che Guevara to give an example of what might be. Done with, Spanish beuerlein's I know nothing about South American Caribbean genealogy. But I think, that probably an equivalent work to mind could be put together for Hispanic America and, hope, that it might be, done sometime in the next fifty years. Or so that would be a great piece of, work wouldn't it I mean because, really dissent from so many different places are coming together in the United States right now and that, would be of great interest to. Many people the book is available through the any. H bookstore at American ancestors dot org and I'm sure, it's also available through Amazon yeah scary yes and from the publisher electrical publishing in Baltimore, I think about half the sales so far, had, been to Amazon actually I was very Appreciative to get a copy, from you to go through and it just really was engrossing to go through it over the weekend and find some of these amazing things and, some of the amazing ancestors that are in there and a lot of names that I'm familiar with the prolonged the friends of mine some already sharing it with some of them. Going hey did you know that you descend, from King? John Gary, Boyd Roberts he's the senior research scholar emeritus at the New England historic genealogical society thanks so, much Gary you're quite welcome well now we go from. Royalty to piracy yeah I'm gonna talk to a man named Jim Bailey coming. Up next he's from Rhode Island and he's. Found, out, something. About my Rhode Island, pirates and if you, like pirates stories he's got.
"swain" Discussed on Undisclosed
"The result of all of this is that we're left not with a record of what Dennis Perry actually said that night. But instead summary of how the investigators interpreted some of what he said, which means even if the investigators had no intention of doing so. And even if everyone involved is trying to be one hundred percent accurate and the recollections it's not hard to see how investigators can end up remembering the interrogation in a way that would help their case and not in a way that would hurt it. And that the way they later summarized Peres words made small changes that could have a big impact on the statements, actual meaning. For instance, everyone agrees that during the era Gatien Dennis Perry was asked, and he answered a series of questions about what he thought may have happened would herald and Thelma Swain were killed and when asked whether he thought the shooting could have been an accident Dennis answered, yes too many, this is an indication of Dennis's guilt. That's how this Wayne's knees Cynthia, Clayton understood it anyway, because if you didn't do anything, you just do it. If nothing. You can contribute to that conversation. If not, you know, if you're not guilty, but to tell me the way he answered those questions, you know, you're gonna be guilty and having no clue of something that they're charging you with and accusing you of. And that's how you answer the questions that doesn't just make. It doesn't just doesn't click with. On the one hand, Dennis's answer could have been intended to be confession of sorts and attempt to minimize his guilt by seizing suggestion that he didn't mean to kill Harold Swain. It had just been an accident, but on the other hand, Dennis literally just been answering a series high with questions about the case based on what he knew about the case from Bundy without any awareness that investigators believe that he was actually describing his own actions because Dale Bundy was not shy about telling witnesses and interviews. His theory of the case, Dennis Perry had heard from Bundy himself that Bundy believed the shooting was unintentional that it had just been an accident. The case. Did not go there. Of course, thirty kids. Things out for jail. Good. Bye. Here. And it may be it may be almost. So does his responses can also be seen him simply parroting back the same speculation that the investigators have been throwing him and the roads memo makes it clear. The dentist. Perry never actually referred to himself when answering these questions. Now, if we had a transcript about interview, maybe we'd be able to see that Dennis's answers to these questions were very clearly phrased as hypotheticals the he never answered questions in a way that suggested he was referring to himself and there's at least one piece of evidence that supports that interpretation that when Dennis made these statements, he was unaware that he was making statements that could be interpreted as admissions of guilt, and he'd only answering series of hypotheticals and that evidence comes from the final question of the interrogation when Mullen asks Dennis, what did you do with a gun? Because a second the question stop being hypothetical. The second agent Mullen ask a question that implied Dennis Perry had personal knowledge of the crime. Well, Dennis. Shut everything down saying, you're putting words in my mouth. As soon as Dennis became aware that the investigators didn't think the questions were just hypotheticals. He stopped answering and in a very real sense, Dennis was wrong. The agents literally were putting words in his mouth that night because the roads will isn't a record of Dennis said during his interrogation, it's just a summary that paraphrase with done said and to show how this paraphrasing of Dennis's words can drastically change their meaning. Let's look at an example in the roads memo rose wrote. Perry did indicate. He did ride a motorcycle down to Camden County with his brother help..
"swain" Discussed on The Man Cave Chronicles
"The mcc podcast my guess this week you see him on netflix marvel luke cage after justin swain justin welcome to the cave how you doing thanks for having me what's what's going on with you oh not just enjoying the sunny day down in new york and i'm getting psyched for the for the premiere luke cage coming up in a few weeks definitely talk about that a little bit and let's talk about your career and everything let's still little bit about where you from actually board in stoneham massachusetts and i lived up in new hampshire for a little while when i was a kid and then i went to school in boston and then after boston i moved down to to new york city did you joy going to college boston i did i thought it was pretty awesome i went to emerson college we called it emmer fund and it was it was a lot of fun we lived around with the the comment i used to walk by cheers every day on my way to class and a real cool thing we did data program where you went and you lived in a castle in the netherlands for a semester and so i did that i studied acting in our history in in the netherlands and traveled all around europe and that was a really cool experience did you as soon as you finished college of boston did you just want to leave from marriage to stay around there for a little bit i went directly to new york you know there's probably two places you wanna land either los angeles or new york i chose new york city move down and you know starting kinda hustling and working my way into the entertainment industry what what pushed you into the acting world that's funny i mean it's something i've done my whole life i acted when i was a kid you know like i was six years old got up on stage and and then i just kind of kept doing it ever since and then when it came time to go to school actually really really like our you know painting watercolor oil paints all that i was doing that quite a bit and studied that when i was in the netherlands as well and my mother was like hey look do you wanna go to college for art or do you think acting like i don't know she goes i think acting would be good like i think you're right then i just stuck with the acting wrote and kept the art stuff you know to myself for something as a creative outlet for me to do not professionally so act and then a do art on the side do you for the art detroit delay do a lot of like painting to try to sal or is it more just like for your personal it's just more for personal stuff i mean luckily some people in my life like it and put it up in their houses and everything have some my my wife actually likes it to up around our house as well but that's more what i do as a you know relax asian instead you know 'cause we're an art form like acting and stuff becomes your career as a whole new way you view it so i wanted to keep some type of outlet you know just just for myself what what are the things are you into what do you mean like for like hobbies and stuff like that oh well i love doing like the painting and everything like that i'm also i wouldn't say i'm an avid surfer but like i do go out montauk and my brothers surf and i do surfing out there and and you know i like the new camp and like do outdoorsy stuff as well so i'm kinda like if i'm not in the city of unusually you know at an outside fire up somewhere new hampshire or something like that tell him story do you remember your first gig as an actor yes my my first gig when i was straight out of school was was doing theater and it was actually in portsmouth new hampshire and i did a show called the complete works of shakespeare abridged and and it's just really funny broad comedy you try to basically do everything shakespeare ever did in an hour and it was for about twelve hundred people at prescott park and it was my first gig out of out of school and.
"swain" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"On wnyc i'm jamie floyd a us district court in new york city may seem an odd place to resolve puerto rico's financial crisis it is sixteen hundred miles away from the devastated island still in our series puerto rico the future of debt reporter jayne seen says that's largely where it will get sorted out under the watchful eye of a judge who hails from brooklyn she'll be making history no matter what she decides in the case judge laura taylor swain has dealt with messes before she oversaw one of the bernie madoff trials and she presided over the guilty plea of sac capital advisers the hedge fund accused of insider trading the puerto rico case is much bigger as far broader consequences george swain probably has one of the hardest the hardest job said judge could ever have james bianco is a restructuring expert who advised congress on new legislation that essentially allowed puerto rico to go bankrupt there are multiple factors obviously very complex and highly aggressive litigation going on when i attended a recent hearing she had a warm easy manner at one point she jokingly reminded an attorney racing through his brief that she does like to stop an occasionally ask a question but she's also firm there's no question who's in charge a little background swain is a fifty nine year old african american woman who grew up in brooklyn she's been on the federal bench for twenty two years john roberts the chief justice of the supreme court appointed her to oversee puerto rico's bankruptcy case justice really deep knowledge of bankruptcy process that's long who does research for bondholders think the chief justice roberts wanted the best legal mind from the federal bench that he could find she faces any normal task and historic one no one has ruled on puerto rico's new bankruptcy law before and that means many of judge swain's decisions will be appealed potentially all the way up to the supreme court she doesn't give interviews but when you talk with those who appeared before her or went to law school with her there near unanimous in their praise judge swain is notable for her patients she will always let everyone say their piece that's matthew schwartz he's a former federal prosecutor who tried the made off case before her she really wants to make sure that she has stopped thought through her decision and the implications.
Jason Witten Reportedly Plans to Retire, Join ESPN's Monday Night Football Crew
"Even if he works out is probably going to be a player for two or three years from now than a player who's going to transform this year so i mean it could work out it's out of the question but it just you're taking an incredible risk in doing so so we've got a couple of things left we some news broke in the action in the hour before we recorded this podcast and one of them is his pan related it seems like jason witten the longtime tank for the dallas cowboys my opinion a first ballot hall of famer is retiring and he's going to become the latest dish in to the monday night football crew so he's now coworker probably inclined to say nice things about him obviously someone who i think was a before he came to work for espn first ballot hall of famer for the cowboys do you think if they knew jason witten was going to retire that they would have been so aggressive and moving on from brian that's a tough one because it feels here's a probably going to be surprising to you build i don't have a huge pulse on the inside the dallas cowboys locker room sure that being said i have i have a feeling that it dez with the amount he was going to cost them and with the headache that he's been the last three years and i don't mean it just from an off the field standpoint by any means i mean even on the field he has just not been what it is they've been paying him to be i think they wanted a fresh start to be able to go a different direction that's fair reasonable but the problem is now jason witten retires cowboys reportedly were not expecting it they were blindsided in perhaps the same way that bryant was blindsided when he was cut by the cowboys this receiving core it's problematic and then we have jeff swain rico gathered blake jar with a half to admit i did not know to those people where nfl players and tons of chapter thirty seconds ago the wide receiving corps it's okay it's alan hearns terrance williams cole beasley ryan switzer the update thomson i mean those are you know.
"swain" Discussed on WNYC 820AM
"When sunny gets blue her eyes get grey and cloudy vendor rain begins to fall pattern lavas gone so what can matter no sweet love a man comes to call when sunny gets blue she'd read the sigh of sadness live who win that stirs the tree when that sets the leads to swain like some violins are playing weird and haunting to love to live cedar sma that's how she got her fan she's lost her smile shave somehow memories will fade pretty dreams will rise up the dream fell through.
"swain" Discussed on $hit Could Be Worse
"Wanted to go off but i knew that her fucking mind couldn't competent area like to think that that i am promoting rape coat culture and for you to sit there and be like oh he's probably a rapist 'cause he posts that you are at a frigging reach you're gonna like make some leap like that like you're not taking any type of criticism to your opinion afterwards exactly try to argue within the league note your rapist yeah like no matter rapist and then i got more shit because you know and then i went on san chat of course ranted and i said everything is funny or nothing is funny how how swain that is i don't think rape is funny i don't promote rape i don't culture but before i have said when i get home i'm gonna rape the fuck outta those doritos as as every fact that is a joke pertaining to rate i think i've actually said that before a rape buffalo chicken that's a joke about rape but it's not saying rape is good about meeting buffalo chicken exactly so everything could be funny in its own their heads putting it in the wrong context when you said that that to me the actual original meam is just funny it's i'm thinking of it in the context of if jade was like always like hey let me put it in your butt and i'm like i'm like why he was wanna put on my butt and then he said that to me fucking lose my shit.
"swain" Discussed on Mere Mortals Unite
"Welcome to mere mortals you've night where ordinary people are creating a better world each and every day your host julianne sullivan we'll help you create simple solutions book big results now hold on your seats and showing the revolution that it's time for a mere mortals to unites listeners thanks for joining us on another episode of mere mortals in night where really happy to be a part of the sea sweet radio network and even happier that you have joined us today taken the time out of your day i know you're busy but i promise you were going to bring you some great information and ideas for how you can bring a new superpower into your life or enhance it if you already have it so thanks for joining us sign up for mere mortals unite pike house wherever you lessons so you never miss another great up assad and don't forget to share this with your friends and colleagues my guest today is bernie swain and i gotta tell you if you go to bernie swain dot com and we'll have that link on the show notes and you look at his book what made me who i am which we'll talk about later in this episode the first thing i asked them which i'll ask him again later as what's it like to know all of these extraordinary people and we'll find out but right now i want to say hi bernie how you doing today i'm good thank you for including me visison a laura uh this is a pretty exciting for me now the listeners the first thing they really wanna know is why they're listening so share with us your superpower oh that's a good question yuma oddly enough i think uh empathy and understanding your would be my superpower uh i think that's what has kind of grounded me in the job.
"swain" Discussed on This Week In Marvel
"And then the royal show up and then things get terrible because if you're call ronen was married to crystal and we all know what happens when you're married to crystal lovely treats you terribly ronen is very upset he goes against the inhuman marvel boys in the mix swain is in the mix and ruined basically goes i accuse you it's not just the crystal ruin their marriage but it's also that the royal family was basically ruling hollow at one point and they just took off when there were board when they were done with it and then holiday destroyed yet though understandably is very upset in the tradition of really like bomber comics this week the beginning of this book has ronen walking through their walking feels gallons lehman all a whole like name like that was new and romans new black for taxi powers allow him to basically make people feel really bad and it make them have hallucinations about the hearts they broken and we get some really cool stuff here with swain devasated because ashes you know they're gone her flynn devasated because his parents are mad at him maximised not given an f about his parents medusa being pretty free defiance world than with marvel boy in cape bishop and then we've got a crystal who is ultimately accused of breaking everyone's heart and just the worst death just just categorically the worst i'm really excited to see her getters play onto higher brave new world number two three stories again and this issue i one is a patriot story called the birth of patriot by rodney written by rodney barnes who is working on marvels runaways tv show worked on the boone docks worked on how much a cool stuff it's cool to see him doing this taking on the introduction of this new patron character art by one free gary and eric r c negga and we get to see who this new patriot as we've seen a little bit of him very little very um in here uh but we get to see him sort of where he is in the underground base the mount uh how he's interacting with everyone.