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Disneyland, California theme parks have a long path to reopening
"There's a long path to reopening for some Disney Park Sierra CBS's map, Piper officials in California say major theme parks like Disneyland and Universal Studios will have to wait longer to re open, saying they must wait until the county's code risk level drops to the lowest tier of minimal spread. It comes as Disney executives have been appealing for the California Parks to reopen after Disney World in Florida re opened back in July with limited attendance and mask requirements. As for California, the state's health secretary, acknowledges a reopening date for dizzy land could be far off.
World Series 2020: Los Angeles Dodgers & Tampa Bay Rays set for Fall Classic
"Is just simply one of the best baseball writers in the world, and it's a pleasure to have him. Also, Of course, we watch him on TV all the time. And it's just a pleasure to have Tim on to talk baseball, especially when it's the World Series in this crazy year that Covert 19 shutdown spring training labor unrest through the whole thing in doubt in the summer, and then we played 60 games with seven innings and runners on second, and it all winds up in Arlington, Texas, with the Tampa Bay Rays and the Dodgers. So, Tim out of all that weirdness. We have a pretty darn good matchup. Good morning. Welcome back to the morphine, Max. How you doing, Tim? I'm well, fellas. And yes, we have a great match up. We have the two best teams going up against each other, which is how it's supposed to be. And the games have been awfully good so far to Elsie Esses or really good and I have no reason to think the world. Siri's won't be great because it will And just kind of top quick one. There will be fans at this right. Yeah, but yes, And it's going to be similar to the last time. There's not going to be 50,000 people in there. But yes, span will be in there, so we'll give some semblance of a crowd. Which is good, but I think we've all kind of gotten used to, even though it's not a good thing to get used to not having fans in the stands, but Having anyone there is better than having no one there. Yeah, And obviously there were a lot of Dodger fans in Texas during the NLCS, which, as Giants flagship disturbed us a little bit, but Tim a little bit on the ballpark before we get into the match up here. You know, the word was that that place in this rare in this home run era and quote unquote juiced balls if you believe it or not launch angle and swing for the fences. That Globe life Park. The Rangers home part was not a bandbox. And does that play a role at all in this? I mean, the Dodgers did scrape the Siri's out in seven, but they weren't really able to homer their way around. Kind of like the Eights and the Astro state. A Dodger Stadium is that is that a factor at all? I think it is. I think we expected more home runs, but we got plenty. Even the Dodgers hit 16 in that series. No one's ever hit more home runs in any single postseason series. And the Dodgers just did they tied a record and their power is ridiculous. I mean, they had 118 homers in 60 game. The one other team has ever done that through the 1st 60 games and keep in mind. The 88 Dodgers won the World Series. They had 99 homers the hole here. And this team had 118 in 60 games, so I think the ball will jump pretty pretty well, but not not great, and it should be fun to watch. It's just odd, though, that you know, the Rays have never played a game in that ballpark. And they've only been 30 Major League games played in that ballpark, and now it's hosting the world serious, so there are a lot of things element in play here, and I would be uncomfortable if I were a member of the Rays, and I never played a game in a ballpark. You know exactly what the angles they're going to be like what the lighting is going to be like, And that's why they're there yesterday, trying to figure all this out, but it's a tricky proposition. When you never played in a certain ballpark, you were talking
California expected to issue reopening guidelines for theme parks
"The long awaited covered 19 health and safety guidelines for theme park Reopening Sze in California are being announced today. The California Health and Human Services Secretary Dr Mark Galley, giving new guidelines regarding theme parks as well as an update on the tiered status of some counties, including San Diego Governor Gavin Newsom said last week his administration will issue separate reopening guidelines for smaller and larger theme parks in the
Ballot drop box fire prompts investigation for suspected arson
"Box was set on fire in Baldwin Park, California Fox's Hal Eisner has that story L. A County fire response to a fire call in the 4100 block of Vogel, Part Boulevard. It's not the public library at that address. It's on fire. It's the ballot drop box in front of it. Authorities say someone started the inside of the box on fire Javier Vargas, who just happen to be running for office himself. Spotted the firefighting action to get a beacon. It's someone trying to suppress suppress people's people's votes. votes. L. L. A A county county supervisor, supervisor, Janice Janice Hahn, Hahn, was was angry. angry. I I was was absolute absolute outrage outrage that that anyone anyone Would Would stoop stoop so so low low in in this election year, Tio actually vandalized one of our county Dropbox County election officials there are now considering adding fire suppression systems to the drop boxes. We're also thinking about more frequent pickups to secure ballots, people drop off.
Hiker missing for two weeks found in Zion National Park
"A California woman who had been missing for two weeks in Zion and National Park in Utah has been found, Park officials say. 38 year old Holly court here was found Sunday by search and rescue crews and ethically vegetated area along the Virgin River. This after Park Rangers received a tip that she was seen Her daughter told a CNN Her mother hurt her head early in her hike and became disoriented a quarter now has been reunited with her family. Authorities say crews began the search after she didn't show up for her scheduled picked up in the park by a private shuttle. On October 6th.
Ballot drop box fire prompts investigation for suspected arson
"The Los Angeles County Fire Department says the fire inside of ballot drop boxes under investigation crews extinguished the flames inside these secure drop box outside the Baldwin Park Library Sunday night. Arson investigators are now handling the case. It's not clear what started the fire. No suspects are in custody. There are reports multiple ballots were damaged
NASA attempts first ever mission to retrieve sample from asteroid
"NASA is hoping to collect its first ever sample from an asteroid on its next mission, but first it has to be ableto landed spacecraft. Or actually targeting a sight about 10 M. Across this is roughly the size of a few parking spaces in a parking lot. I'll have more on a mission. That is not a sure thing
Missing hiker found alive after nearly 2 weeks in Zion National Park
"Were learning more about the hiker from California, missing for two weeks in Utah Zion National Park. Search and rescue crews found Holly Court here in thick vegetation along the Virgin River. CBS's Carter Evans, her daughter, Caylee Chambers, tell CBS News her mom injured her head on a tree and was too weak and disoriented to actively seek out help. Cordelia and experienced hiker left no itinerary and did not take a
Chicago - 3 people stabbed inside McKinley Park Home
Missing hiker found alive after nearly 2 weeks in Utah's Zion National Park
"Nearly two weeks lost in Utah Zion National Park er over for a mom from California 38 year old Holly court here found by Park Rangers and reunited with her family. After vanishing during a solo hike that was supposed to last a day or sister Gillian court here, Oliver tells ABC I went out with a very experienced hiker. And we actually said, you know, we're going to step off the trails. We're gonna look where she could be now. One point We're hanging on the edge of a cliff and rocks are falling on us. And I thought Oh, my gosh, This is my sister. You know, I did, at one point think. How could she live through this? But she did surviving 12 days with almost no food and virtually no water Holly, making it through losing weight and covered in bruises, and her sister says moment I talked to her on the phone, she said. I love you so much, and that was for a signature thing to say to people that she loves him. I said so much for coming home for what it's worth, Dave Packer, ABC News
Two men charged with attempted murder in Aurora, west of Chicago
"A drug deal in the western suburbs earlier this month that led to gunfire now has two men facing jail time. 19 year old Dante Parker of Chicago and 18 year old Richard Gaston of Melrose Park face charges of attempted murder. And armed robbery. Aurora police had the two agreed to meet with a 28 year old man the afternoon of October 3rd for a drug deal, but instead robbed and shot the victim several times, investigators say thanks to cooperation from the neighborhood. Both Parker and Gaston were identified as the suspects and later arrested in Wisconsin. Two were now being held in the DuPage County Jail. On $500,000 Bond.
Los Angeles Dodgers To Host World Series Drive-In Viewing Party At Dodger Stadium
"David vast say, and that would be cool. The Dodgers are going to the world. Siri's For the third time in four years. And guess what they're running out of already. Yeah, Dodger gear. So about howto live to get our shirts and hats and unfortunately, they're all out. Everything is gone. They got a lot of Laker gear. If you're a Lakers fan thinks about stories that already sold out our having new shipments brought in so This is the Dodgers third trip to the World Series and just the last four seasons and they're hoping toe win the series this year for the first time since 1988 Clinton Kershaw will get the start in Game one of the pandemic. The World Series will be played at a neutral site in Texas. But fans can still watch the games at Dodger Stadium as it did for the NLCS. The Dodgers are hosting a drive in style viewing party for fans in the stadium parking lot. Tickets are 75 bucks a car? I don't I'm not. I'm not sure I'm into that. You know, sitting in the parking lot for $75 when you can sit at home and watch the big screen for I don't know free but what I am into Are the people who have no more money than I do, and I are going to the world. Siri's You can buy a ticket. You can still buy a ticket today. The World Series. They're expensive. They probably started in the 3 $400 range and go all the way up to you know some crazy amount like $18,000,
Woman Dead, 2 Others Wounded in New York City Restaurant Shooting
"Ah, triple shooting and the University Heights section of the Bronx. Early this morning, a 19 year old woman was killed. Two men wounded. There have been no released at the call around 7 15 Monday morning, Three people shot two men in stable condition at ST Barnabus and a 19 year old woman pronounced dead at the hospital. It happened inside the restaurant on Jerome Avenue Avenue and and North North Street. Street. Socrates Socrates Santos Santos was was in in the the kitchen kitchen eating eating when when he he heard heard the the shots shots about about Lucia Lucia and and I I ran ran I I only only stopped stopped to to him him no no more. more. I just run. He says he was there with a friend who is deejaying to about 20 to 30 people before leaving. He helped one of the men who was shot in the arm. You say I got shot. I got shot and that's a win. There. Who handsome neck in the urn of run. At least one shot was fired outside the restaurant, leaving a bullet hole in a parked car. Samantha leave
Washington DC - 7 Hurt in Crash on Beltway Outer Loop
"Parkway still blocked in both directions. Crash investigation continues on Suitland Parkway Ifyou're outbound, you can't get past Silver Hill Road inbound traffic diverted at Suitland Road, 95 south bound in Maryland, around to the outer loop that's still blocked with crash activity. Traffic. All traffic has to exit onto the inner loop of the Beltway toward college Park and Green Belt. North Non Baltimore Washington Parkway after 32 crash along the right side to 70 north bound before the Manaka See River Bridge to believe the crash activity has been cleared from the roadway. But do expect the ladies approaching and passing our banner. Headed toward Frederick City. He's found I 70 near exit 35. That's the Boonsboro exit route. 66 single file left gets past the cleanup from the earlier tractor trailer Fire Branch Avenue South bound after Woodyard road crash along the left side and going back into AA Fred or Ah, Washington Frederick off, this is Frederick County, Emmitsburg and actually near Ah, the Pennsylvania State line 15 near route 1 40 block both ways for police activity.
Wildfires Jeopardize Access To Drinking Water
"In many Western states, drinking water supply start high up in the mountains as reverse. This summer's record-breaking wildfires have reduced some headwaters, forest burn trees and heaps of Ash as Luke Runyan from member. Station K. U.. NC reports that often creates expensive headaches for water treatment plants long after the smoke clears. Few places in the West know how wildfires affect water supplies like Fort Collins Colorado the state's largest wildfire ever recorded is burning just outside the city now but their problems really started eight years ago before then it's main water source the poodle river was nearly pristine. We had been privileged and in some ways probably took for granted that these watersheds were providing. A consistently clean clear water all the time. That's Fort Collins Water Quality Manager. Jill or pays we're along the river just outside the city downstream from where in twenty twelve, the high park fire burned more than eighty, seven, thousand acres for the first year after the fire every time it rained the river turned black from mudslides we ended up with a lot. Of Sediment in our pipelines that was difficult to remove to keep those muddy flows from causing problems, the city installed an early warning system, a series of monitoring stations along the river. If there's too much sediment or a pays says utility workers can turn off the treatment plants intake and switch to water from a large reservoir it became really important for us. To have a heads up for win those changes in water quality were occurring the effects of the burn scar on water quality only lasted a few years but this early warning system is far from obsolete because this year is cameron peak fire has burned another broad sweep of the river's watershed, which means for Collins, again joins the list of western cities learning. To live with wildfires that burn bigger and hotter than they've ever seen before this is a new reality and we're learning as we go. Joe. Harwood is with the water and electrical utility for two hundred, thousand people in and around Eugene Oregon this summer the holiday farm fire burned along the banks of their sole water source, the McKenzie River soon after their. Customers noticed the water coming out of their faucets had a smokey taste people quite frankly to use a scientific term freaked out because it's not something he'd dealt with me for Harwood's says, they eventually figured out the chemistry at their treatment plan to remove the taste and when this winter's rainstorms arrive, utility workers will be monitoring for other harmful things that can. Be transported in wildfire runoff like nitrates, heavy metals, and dissolved. Organic carbon were trying to learn the lessons of others, Colorado, and California to create our own best management practices. The utility is spending one million dollars this year on post fire erosion control with more spending plan. Next year hardwood says back on the banks of Colorado's Putina River the city of Fort. Collins. Jill. Or A peyser says the city had to raise water rates to deal with effects of the fire eight years ago that could happen again. But she says decisions the city made after that last big fire like building new infrastructure to remove sediment and beefing up policies around residential water restrictions will help them respond this time around we live in fire prone. watershed and. Are Part of our responsibility to adapt to those that reality a reality that because of climate change increasingly includes drier forests, hotter summers and extended fire seasons across the West for NPR news I'm Luke Runyan in Fort Collins Colorado.
Are people using Washington DC streets closed to traffic during the pandemic?
"You may have come across some closed off streets to encourage outdoor dining and social distancing during this pandemic, well now, a new report shows those street Aries are getting more foot traffic in D. C. Between April and September, activity. Unrestricted roadways in the district rose from 32%, the 52% of pre pandemic levels, according to traffic data firm in Rex. It's on unrestricted streets were about the same restricted streets, which came to promote social distancing and activities that don't require automobiles such as outdoor dining and exercise started popping up in D, C and parts of Maryland and Virginia over the summer, But there may be an unintended consequence. The report warns. That elimination and restriction of parking through traffic may keep people from outer neighborhoods from frequenting Restaurant district's another street based activities. Mats small W T. The
"You're hearing is a city council meeting. In Berkeley California Watt One minute unity members are calling into comment in favor of renaming one of Berkeley's trees Monica. I'd like to speak to number eleven as well. My Name is money show Josh I'm a professor of education at the University of San Francisco, thank you for your support of Culebra Guy Way this is an important moment for Asian Americans Berkeley one in five Berkeley residents is Asian American and we have a long and vibrant history here but you wouldn't know that from our streets our schools are parks and our buildings where at a historic folks are calling in to advocate for a street in Berkeley to be renamed Della Guy. South Asian immigrant who came to Berkeley over one hundred years ago. Anyhow numbers my name is he I'm releasing cal Grad who graduated back in May of this year there really is sincere excitement among the Berkeley student community when it comes to this renaming, I think especially among students of color in South Asian students in particular were all itching to see ourselves represented such concrete way Pun completely intended Hello good evening, Mr Mayor and City Council members leading was Michelle McGowan, and calling in from Washington DC and on behalf of Asian and Pacific Islander Americans in historic preservation I'm here to support the naming of callow. Guy Way to the best of our knowledge. The City of Berkeley has little to no landmarks, monuments or markers recognizing the historical and cultural contributions of Asian Americans or Pacific Islander I for. One and he goes for the Berkeley South Asian radical history walking tour speaking in support of caliber guy way you heard from just a couple of US tonight while others are watching the live streaming APP station of your boat stories of club often ignored by Berkeley institutions, and yet we know that telling of bigger more inclusive history of Berkeley has the power to transform. US and our city, a clever guy we allows us to both honor her and reconcile difficult moments for history. Thank you for voting in favor of caliber guy way giving us something to celebrate during these especially tough times that last person you heard was Bernales Gosh one of the main organizers of this renaming campaign I called her up to learn more I am Barnett Lico. Im One of the creators of the Berkeley Salvation. Walking tour so I would Tim South Asian South Asian American. I grew up in India and moved to renounce five i. you she her pronounce. So we've been doing Berkeley Salvation Radical History Walking tour since twenty twelve and Iran these tourists with my partner honor Van Chatterjee. Through the tours, we take a disappearance in groups of about twenty around the city of Berkeley and make stops at places that are of historical importance South Asian Americans, and we tell stories of resistance in. That happened in the City of Berkeley and those histories go back over a hundred plus years. So we share stories of cure organizing youth organizing after nine eleven, stories of feminist and freedom fighters. And we include stories also of oppression not only that our community has faced but also oppressions within our own community say homophobia or caste system. I asked her how she came to learn about caliber guy and organized this campaign under about an I are always looking for things that happened at Berkeley and trying to understand what the lives of people who live here. especially in the early nineteen hundreds was like when we started doing the tours, we definitely didn't know enough about caliber guy maybe a few years ago. I heard her oral history on the South Asian American digital archives website and I came across both the video and early history where she mentioned Berkeley and that immediately caught my Attention. But there's an extra factor that makes her relationship to Berkeley particularly unique. Her main relationship to the city was that she was turned away from the city and I think that district people up in trying to understand why is it in Berkeley team after caliber guy when she may be never even lived here
The Murder of Karina Vetrano
"Sixteen year old retired firefighter fill the TROTTO is a proud New Yorker. He grew up in the big apple. Raised his family there. Was Even a first responder to Ground Zero on nine eleven. For Him. All seem normal on August second twenty sixteen another sunny summer day as he enjoyed his retirement at home in Howard beach. A middle to upper class neighborhood in the borough of Queens. That afternoon, his thirty year old daughter Karina trotto invited him to go jogging through spring. Creek, Park as they had many times before. This particular day however Phil had a bag and decided against going for a run. But this didn't discourage Carina. She was an avid runner and it was a beautiful day. He was going for a jog with or without him. They'll new his daughters jogging trail that it was known to occasionally attract migrants. Expressed, concerned about her going alone. I don't think it's a good idea told her. But CORINNA. was. Being Carita. After all she'd run this same trail by herself many times before. Don't worry daddy she said before leaving. I'll be okay. But worry would begin to set in when late afternoon churn to evening And Karina at still not returned from her jog. Fill. Called her cell phone. No answer. And he called again. And again. And again. Still. No. Answer. and. No Return Call. What Phil didn't know is that Corinna was unable to answer her phone. And she would never. Be Coming Home Again War. Anger. We've all felt it. Whether IT'S A. Annoy annoyance a full full-on rage. Or somewhere in between. But. How we manage our anger is different for everyone. Some people manage their anger by counting to ten. Or perhaps taking a moment to focus on your breathing. Others go to the gym and lift weights or punch a punching bag. Some people repeat a mantra to calm themselves down while others talked with therapist or take anger management classes. Whatever the method managing your anger is more important than you realize because when something makes us angry and. We don't deal with it. It can manifest and lead us to taking out our anger on other people that have nothing to do with what made us angry in the first place. In psychology this is known as displacement. Or more specifically displaced aggression. And the interesting yet scary thing about displaced aggression. Is that it is a defense mechanism. And it usually occurs unconsciously. Let's pretend your boss yelled at you for something that wasn't your fault and they just won't listen to reason. Vending your frustration at that point on them. Could get you fired. So you hold onto your anger until you get home. Where you find yourself almost without realizing it. Snapping at your spouse or your children or even your pet at some minor irritation at they've caused. This scenario is an example of displaced aggression. When all your frustration has built to a near breaking point in a small unrelated action tips over. Unleashing disproportionate outpouring of anger when guilty of this behavior at some point in our lives to varying degrees. But for most of us, it's not really a big problem. We apologize for our brief angry temper if we need to. And move on. But can displaced aggression caused someone to do something that they cannot apologize for? Something that they can't take back. Something violent. Could displace. Digression. Caused someone to murder a complete stranger. Unfortunately as you'll soon learn. The answer. Is Yes. I'm an angel purity. I am an angel yearning from charity. I'm an angel, his wings so wide ready to take flight. I am an angel with a dark side. This is Korean. Toronto reciting a poem she wrote called the Paradox in the twenty thirteen short film with the same name.
"t park" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"To buy it and get home as fast as possible to open it and use whatever thing I just bought. Yeah. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, eight time would be really confused about how you know you'd be like look while we before we open it, let's set up the camera and. Do this on boxing video correctly. Yeah. Let's talk to everybody guys. I didn't like my wins to the best buy. there. Was a guy doing the whole like do a whole spiel like, Hey, guys we'll go best buy. Have you ever been to best buy before? Do you know what you're looking for? which. Is Fine or whatever. But the entire time he was just staring at an ipad like he literally never looked up from it and just like well, this is isn't Just. Don't say anything. Either make eye contact like a human being or just let me walk in I know what I'm here for. Best buy employees. Do their jobs to the letter of the law not in the spirit. That's Percent Corrective as a an astute observation. Yes. I don't blame them. There's no, there's no incentive. There's no monetary incentive to. Look up from the IPAD when you're saying the inane thing that like someone incorporate was like well, this will make it seem homey in folksy. Enjoy. Coming here. It'll be like coming home. To a nice Christmas dinner at their parents. House. And especially I didn't get it. I should have looked should have turned around after I walk past to see what was on his ipad but I guarantee was nothing work related they were three customers in the warehouse I store there was nothing going on and look. This didn't actually really piss me off because I. I. Think how terrible it would be to have to physically go to work right right and then also physically go to work in an atmosphere like best buy. Yeah. Where you know do it doesn't seem like A. Job where you're treated real. Great. Yeah. But like I was actually there to buy a not not a inexpensive by the SONOS speaker that was like two hundred dollars or whatever. But like they didn't have anything out, so I had to like flag down a Guy I. Do guys I flagged down I was like, Hey, with this and they were just flat out like Nah. Just can't. Respect that. Yeah. Yeah. That's that's frequently been my experience. At that best buy in particular I did get. There were a lot of people are phones, and that was the one thing whereas I i. that's like one of the few things you can't really avoid going to an electronics store right now if you break your phone or if you need a new phone. So there was a line at the at and T. Kiosk or whatever, which I'm sure was beyond hellish by did get to see some of these new folding phones I. got the see. Behind glass. Leader that neat occur phone while they think next, we'll see it everywhere within the next year When I walked into that best buy I was kind of you know I had I had my eyes on the prize. To get that game, but I was which Yari bought. So I decided to pick up thing. But like halfway through like. Oh Yeah. There's been six months of gadgets that have come out that I haven't seen him person. It's like, no, just get the game and get out of here. Don't WanNA catch a deadly disease. Looking at some fifteen hundred dollar phone, you're never going to buy anyway. Sandy. Objectively stupid. Yeah. No we've spent a good portion of this episode about going to the park..
"t park" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"It's going to be too God. Damn Cold Nah. I'll bring one of those. Big Fifty Gallon drums that the hobos light on fire. Okay I'm bringing I'm bringing those back. And they have some of them in the park you probably don't have to bring your own. Now they've got like grills have now big fifty gallon drums save trash cans. Yeah. You want all the trash on fire while what do you? What do you think the Hobos? you need to pick and choose the trash lying on fire if you're trying to light a bunch of cans on fire so I can work you're going to be like refined oil you're this is a. I bought a bunch of oil when it was negative Yes. OPEC pay me ten dollars to take this barrel of oil off their hands saying. Picnic. I imagine this will keep us going all throughout the winter. So the Park Day Weinstein close. We're in prospect park. Yeah. In our friend say, Oh, we're going to go. There's a place that does. To go a beer around here, we're going to get some beer to bring back home. Yes, and you know growlers Tom. Yeah This was not that okay. They called a growl or is. Essentially like a jar of beer big jug. It's a jug with a cap that. You can put on real tight. So you'll lose the carbonation and typically That's that's how you buy beer. That's not already prepackaged. If you're going to buy beer that is on tap for use at home, you will use a growl or. Well done, dumb. Yes. These were not growlers they were crowder's. Creepy growlers. That's what I thought and I want nothing to do with the I'm out. There canned growlers their big cans. So this is about thirty, those Heineken. Remember. Those Heineken little kegs that they would sell. Yeah. But this isn't a keg. This is just a can now. And one of they filled what he filled it up. At the top of it. The like screw on there's a way they fill it up with the tap or Guy, and then I was distracted when they put the. To this day I, have I don't like this beer, but I had to go head to go back and buy four happened. Yeah. Yeah and the somehow, and then there's been this thirty two ounce can pineapple beer in my in my? Refrigerator for the last six days. So anyway, what happened was our friends they're they're like I. Don't really WanNa buy beer but. I'll you know it's on our way home on our welcome ah walk with you. Yeah. Halfway to the beer place. They say to each other I don't in my wallet do you have your Wallet Now? Conveniently nobody has a while at. The all time at sounds like they suckered old timmy again. They invited us out to a nice day in the park and gave us the. Wallet my Wallet's Gone One. Wallets gone. Yeah, so they were like, yeah we'll spot for for the beer. Then mo down. And Tom just answer your question. Yes. They van mode me back in A. In a reasonable amount of time. Okay. Maybe not that night but definitely by the next morning. All right. They have young child. They're good for it. I know where they live, threaten them for money all the time. Right one time I broke into their home..
"t park" Discussed on Haunted Places
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"t park" Discussed on Haunted Places
"In two, thousand, six, a former nurse named Toyota. Came forward to claim that she and her colleagues had been ordered to bury corpses, bones and body parts on the grounds of a former medical school in Tokyo, after Japan surrender in. World War Two. Though they technically had a mandate to begin investigation immediately, the Japanese government delayed their archaeological survey by over five years in order to allow a housing development to finish. When they finally did begin to dig, they found skulls with drill holes and damaged bones. The results of the survey are controversial and the investigators themselves ruled at the remains were not connected to unit seven, three one or any other criminal activity. The Japanese Health Ministry told The Guardian that the corpses belonged to non-japanese Asians that had been used in medical education or recovered from war zones for analysis in Japan. No high level official was ever punished for the war crimes perpetrated by unit seven, three one. The head of the unit she Roehi, she was granted immunity from war crime prosecution by US forces after he agreed to share all his results with the Americans and keep them out of Soviet hands. Even, today, the Japanese government only acknowledges the existence of unit seven, three one in half-measures denying the accounts of several whistleblowers. The evidence in Toyoma Park. May Be the key to helping both the living and the dead find peace after a truly horrible crime against humanity. A. Coming up the loss spirits of unit seven, three, one victims make themselves known. This episode of haunted places is brought to you by simply safe everybody wants to feel safe in their home. The best way to get that sense of security is with Simplisafe, it was designed to be easy to use. So protecting your whole home twenty seven never been simpler, you can order it online with the click of a button that directions are very clear. And easy to follow. Once I placed the sensors plugged in and connected to my Wifi it was up and running I didn't have to wait around for an electrician or sign any two year contracts once I set everything up by checked it out the motion camera is crystal clear at all hours of the simply safe APP, which is also really amazing and user friendly. Simply safe really did a great job with this there twenty, four, seven, professional monitoring and emergency dispatch starts at only fifty cents a day. I definitely see why simply safe was named best overall home security of twenty twenty by US News and World Report. Head to simplisafe dot com slash haunted, and get a free HD camera that simplisafe dot com slash haunted to make sure they know that our show sent you. Now back to the story. Toyota Park is beautiful during the day lush and green build with flowering trees and gorgeous spots to sit think and just be. But when darkness falls strange shapes float through the foliage leading visitors astray. Known has heat. Adama they're similar in appearance to will the wisps or corpse candles in western folklore. But while we'll the wisps are sometimes said to be spirits, monsters or even ferries he adama have a very specific cultural meaning that stands.
"t park" Discussed on Haunted Places
"By Day Toyota Park is a popular tourist destination set in the heart of Tokyo's Shinjuku district. . This urban oasis offers sports, , fields, , picnicking and playground areas as well as a forty four meter mini mountain called. . Mount, , Coney. . In spring, , the small hike to the top is one of the best ways to view the cherry blossoms in Tokyo. . But visiting at night is another story. . Visitors have reported strange lights flickering between the trees and the sounds of a man Sabi echoing through the eastern side the park. . It seems odd. . Until you learn what was there before? ? Toyoma park was built on top of medical research facilities that were dismantled after World War Two and damage skeletons of suspicious origin were found near the park. . Their origins are far more frightening than any ghost story. . Lay had been walking around for days on a wounded limb. . With sky head exploded with Weeden Rice, , she thought the Japanese forces were showing the mercy. . Perhaps, , they would be able to find a way toward peace. . But it hasn't been an offering of goodwill. . It took several hours for her to feel them the small black insects that jumped across your skin while she tried to chase them away her hands were never fast enough to swamp them lays mother told her not to worry fleas were Itchy, , but they could be treated. . She'd have a folk remedy ready by the time they came home. . But her leg wasn't just itching soon, it , started to hurt a tickle that turned into a boiling cauldron. . She wanted to scratch the skin clear off then she would be free of the pain. . Again her mother told her not to worry. . Labo Cup to swollen yellow pustules they bulged but fluid she could hear it sloshing around with each step she took. . She could barely walk across the yard. . Not only were the source painful. . They sapped her energy. . Her leg became too weak to sustain her weight yellow pus burst from the stores and drip down her skin. . She struggled to make our way through the village with the aid of crunch. . The entire village was suffering from the same affliction. . And Lay was one of the lucky ones. . Other villagers had their limbs go into chronic liver tissue turn dark decaying while still on the bomb. . She could feel hers as undulated with pain. . Each movement was sheer agony. . The Japanese occupiers had withdrawn a few weeks before the rice fell from the sky. . But when they returned, , they promised they would help. . She didn't trust them. . She'd always been taught to mistrust such men. . When she was younger, , she would take advantage of the differences between the two languages to turn a supposed- word of deference Japanese into a curse in her own. . They could never tell the difference it was to be her only victory. . In the end, , she didn't have a choice on whether she would be saved or not. . The Japanese. . Occupiers loaded up the villagers who could still be moved and drove to the coast. . She was blindfolded during the last part of the drive. . She didn't understand what sort of hospital needed to hide its location. . Manchuria had no ability to fight back. . There was no one to tell. . The truck stopped in the darkness. . Large institutional buildings crept toward the wide open sky lay told herself. . The area was remote to keep patients safe. . They were already at risk for worse ailments isolation was wise. . There were no signs on the building. . No names just patrolling guards and three numbers seven, , three one. . They want lay to a small room she waited and waited tending to her wound as best she could on her on. . Another pustule seemed ready to burst. . She was bracing for another spike of pain when two orderly grabbed her carrying her toward the operating. . She protested, , but he didn't look at her. . They didn't speak to her to them. . She didn't exist. .
"t park" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"Or those of you who are foodies and I know if you don't consider yourself a food, do you like food? Some of our most popular episodes are when we bring on people who own restaurants or who are chefs and my guest today. Is kind of a combination. She's not a chef. She's married to a chef. This is Susan g young park, and she and her husband are the owners of a very unusual Taco place near the campus is called. I think I'm saying this right Revolucionario? Is that correct? Yes, it's a revolutionary on North African Tacos on. At one, four, three, six, West Jefferson, boulevard currently were only open on weekends, Saturdays, and Sundays for pick up orders only from noon till three, and actually I am a chef to learn more. Oh okay. Okay. Yeah. Well, you know, I definitely want to do a deep dive. Into, your establishment. But you know since we're recording this in early May and is still during the whole shutdown, and this is a restaurant I gotta ask you because we'll put this out relatively soon. This episode I have to ask you like, how has it been for you guys with the shutdown with the limited time that you're open. How's that going? It's been very, very asymmetric call. Because I also have. Started a nonprofit at the end of February and a lot of people keep asking me how I knew to start early with the Asian. American. Specific food. Bank. It's because I am an Asian American person. Who? WHO also owns also Asian American <hes>. owner. And I. My restaurant is near USC SO I. Get to talk to a lot of. Asian, American, and Asian international students. So my restaurant very community driven. So. As an Asian American person business owner and somebody who speaks to Asian American students in Asian international students on a regular basis. You know I could feel the of sacks of you know, the the Wuhan Virus China virus. Right one international news broke in <hes> in December, and I can feel it affecting my business to I can feel it affecting my business, my in store business just tanked. I made it by with a lot of lot of catering more because they kept asking my customers <unk>, helped me out catering orders than. And then <hes> a lot of a Chinese American students in particular in Chinese. International. Students <hes> who come to my restaurant. Started telling me. They just felt really anxious and they had a feeling of like just more isolated, and also I also do a lot of tenants <hes> advocacy work I've been in touch with CCD in. Chinatown. MOM since last year I helped him out occasionally with things at the request as I could see for myself, I mean. Koreatown didn't get hit that bad. Early, a chinatown business in Chinatown just tanked. You know at in December and January some restaurants. It was like ninety nine percent down the streets were empty. There's nobody. And then my friends from the San Gabriel Valley started reporting. The business was down in the San Gabriel Valley. And then it rolled into Korea town. So Koreatown was hit a little bit later. By declining sales and then <hes> in my restaurant to. So January usually means like a huge surge in business. And a lot of my customers are <hes> international students, not as Asian international students, but international students because my husband is also he's a French born Algerian Berber and Berbers indigent people to North Africa. So we also have a lot of European customers in African customers, and because we're North African Taco restaurant, we also have a lot of Mexican Latin next customers so very international. We hear a lot of news from everybody to because we're, I'm a owner operators on that restaurant every day that it's open. So I'm in touch with just. So many different communities. And just business was just was not picking up and beginning in January I started. Reducing, my restaurant hours drastically because it just wasn't worth it. It just wasn't worth it to old. You know just to get all that going and it was like this is not what any you know <hes>. So then I started my food bank initiative I started I started my bag initiative before a stylish on nonprofit. Net Song early I. Think I met her Nebi. Rarity. A month after I had started my <hes> brown bags for all skid row initiative. Because <hes> wins, virus news broke of a mysterious virus mysterious <hes>. You know that's a scare <unk> scare tactic. In China and it's highly infectious in know we live in a global village? and. Experts have been warning about pandemics for a long time and America wouldn't be prepared for one. So my first thought in January was to start my Brown Dad's for everyone initiative for skid row because in an era of pandemic, who do you want to help the most? I, I mean, who should you be healthy? It's the most vulnerable people were most exposed. Then it's going to be homeless in the House to people. And who are the poorest of the poor, the an housed I mean, it's the black residents. Elderly residents are skip Vo. So I, the Brown. Doctrines, <unk> round that for everyone initiative really took off fast because the idea was catchy. People could wrap their mind around like Paquito, Brown bag lunch. You know. So I, had neighborhood associations like four hundred members hanging. Why? Why can't all of us do like ten Brown bags? That's four thousand bomb. Gad's already
"t park" Discussed on The News Junkie
"Jury duty coming up in just a moment and judge Judy who she still the richest person on television. Yes she's. She's got money. She just rolling in Scrooge mcduck she technically finishing the season up and it won't be judge. Judy anymore she just moving onto justice judy. Now where's that is that? Is that one of the main TV channels or is that like like our own thing she's? She do whatever she wants, which I never understand. Tell me if you're with me on this whenever I see somebody who's got judge Judy money and let's be real what look up judge Judy Network worth and tell me what what that says it's got to be at least five, hundred, million dollars. Million is it four, hundred, four, hundred, million dollars. You're judge Judy and how old she and her a seventies elise she referred that don't like doing her. All on Judy is sixty issue really got him. It's still going to her damn TV show. We'll find this out in a second here but judged you. So. Okay. Seventy, seven years old you have four, hundred, million dollars. Why why? Why can? Maybe that's the fun thing in her life maybe if you really does enjoy. If I was seventy seven I'd be like I'm I'm checking now I'm going to enjoy this money that I. Have I'm going to do all the things that I want do I'm want to. Do some good with all this money that I've amassed, and then I'm done, I still want to bother with doing the show. I know that from what I've heard she has a pretty amazing schedule, a judge Judy films of bunch of episodes all in one day and so is in jeopardy like that where they Are. The schedule for daytime TV I was I sat in for like eight different episodes said they decided to move me far in. Are you when you go I? Don't really WanNa Watch if you anymore, it was I loved it. But we were there to watch my friends and they're and his family. He was the last wall. We were there all day long. That's a lot of fun. I think if I had that much money and I was at that level and at that age I'd say see you later. This absolutely would not shawn, Watson you would. You would still be on the air somehow but but would I want to work for some giant company I? Know it's hard to say until I'm in that position I. Guess I did notice something. Nice. Here we're broadcasting live by the way the first radio show to do it. From Universal Studios, you know how they know. You know we we should know I guess that they got their stuff together here. Did you see what's in the bathroom here at University? And lysol spray. Why saw wipes? You can't find these the. Planet Earth. Right now they won't have him in the bathroom once we leave. Debt. Not only the data thing of Lysol wipes in the bathroom. They're the biggest one you can buy and meanwhile I see the story and it says core rocks CEO, the CLOROX company chaired CEO Begnaud Door said that they expect an extreme shortage of clorox wipes until at least twenty, twenty one. And this is true for all the companies that are selling these wipes like this bacterial wives it says infecting wipes which are the hottest commodity in the business. Right now, we'll take the longest to replenish on the store shelves. The company reported twenty, one point, nine percent gain in sales for the first quarter as consumers stocked up on these items, and that's all of their products across the board but we got it here. It's a very, very nice thing a very, very nice place. I, let's work. Let's do jury duty. is now in sessions phone down and pay attention what we call the over there with your ass jury duty with the News Junkie. Brought to you by the one, the only Moses dewitt of the dewitt law firm gotta call. He's sitting there swayed. Lawyer come on. You've heard of a pro tip. He's got the Mo- tips injured on the go just call. He's got a lot of different things, but he's certainly the best you're going to have if you've been in an accident. So if you're in a car accident of motorcycle accident, if you're just an accident and the insurance companies become somebody that pop up on your radar, don't talk to him. Don't worry about what you're doing. Don't feel bad about it because this is why you pay insurance or somebody. Let's to begin with but pick up that phone call one, eight, hundred, dewitt law anybody in your family gets in an accident. Same goes for that. You'd be the one that leads the charge I'm. GonNa help you out with this because we gotta make sure you're taking care of in the long run here act fast after an accident you call one eight hundred dewitt law Ms Judge Judy herself in jury duty. Said, she's heading back to cord, but not in the way fans of the soon to end syndicated series probably assume and it looks to be partially less moon vases fault a judge. Judy says there's no contract that this court is speaking of she said that contract does not exist in fact, Judge Judy says if you find this contract all eat it on national. I'll make it part of my show and I will eat the contract on television. So she sounds fairly confident that she's not going to get in any trouble here. That are she is like trying to segue into coming out of someone who eats paper. Deduction perfect way for me to do this, the Tampa team that was arrested in that big twitter take down you know the big pack of all the celebrities my gut goes in this direction on these kids see a little teenager, a whole life ahead of Hack twitter they do something fairly impressive with some sort of hacking and. Get something out there. Most of these things they call hacking are not hacking its social. It's social hacking. Yeah. No I thought that the AD twitter no no but most of them are you just guessed somebody's password social engineering or you call up somebody a lot of kid didn't do that wasn't. Happening just getting into people's cloud-based accounts by knowing the answers to their security questions. Yeah. In this case he got inside, he really was doing what you might consider hacking and I usually say this don't throw him in jail. Don't throw the teenager from Tampa in jail. This is what I usually say I say this is a smart kid. Get them working for the government get them trying to stop hacks that happen. This is somebody young who do they do this with Frank Abergnail that the guy from catch me if you can yeah, they turned him over to somebody who worked for the United States of America and helped out the country with the skills that had instead of spent all time in jail or prison and say it with this kid though it turns out he's got more on his background. They say one night in January, two teens broke into an apartment of the citrus park area. One of them armed a man who lived there shot them both and only one survived to others. Teen stop by deputies at the apartment complex were likely involved in the home invasion. The Hillsborough County Sheriff's office said at the time the office at all four were high school students seven months later, the case remains open. But records obtained by the Tampa Bay Times this week show that investigators believe one teen linked to the crime is Graham, Ivan Clark the.
"t park" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"Of the sky and I still kinda generally pointed. Why could see the comet through my vernacular? And I just started taking pictures now the problem is. The. Lens that was wider it requires my camera body to have this little plate that Clemson to the TRIPOD, and my longer lands, which I was primarily playing. It has its own clamp. Plate that clamps onto the Tripod. So stupid me. I didn't have that plate, and so I had to hand, hold bracing, Cameron, my hand on the on the top part of the Tripod on. Three or four second exposures now. Lo and behold, some of them actually turned out and pretty sharp and. I just kind of lucked into actually having some pictures of the comment. is so weird I mean I'm looking through the viewfinder in I just don't I just see black. This I don't even see stars, and then I kind of start to capture some so. As. We're driving home. You know my wife and I were talking and. I said. You know some of our friends. That we texts quite often rec- on facebook. What have you? Like, they're not even. Going to try to see this comet. Although go out on A. Driveway and look up in the schedule just two inch light pollution and it's like. You have you realize notice that some people are really into kind of? Putting effort to seen eclipse or You know to to go see a red tide, or whatever, and then there's a whole bunch of people that they just have no interest at all. And my wife said Yeah Yeah I. Think my parents like that and I said you know. My parents were like that, too. And then thinking about my surviving siblings, I think one of my brothers if it wasn't too much. Too much of an effort, he would probably. Go and try to see your experience something. But my other brother, I mean it could be literally. Just look cut your window like just turn your head. And there's a good chance he won't even do that. So so I, don't know if my wife and I are kind of in the minority. Or the average You know there seemed to be a lot of people on this road. checking it out. I I know that my wife was super stoked. that this is kind of one way to mark or thirty nine years of being married is to see this very rare comet. But as we got home and I was working on the pictures and making. At least the few that turned out. You know better with my software. You. Know there's voice that I was trying to suppress in the back of my head. It's like you know it's GonNa be Kinda great all week. You can go back on Monday. Right you can go back and maybe bring your cannon gear. which is your pro gear? That's better in low light, you shooting concerts and that kind of stuff. In it's. And it's like no, you're not going to be happy. You're not gonna be happy unless you actually go back and shoot this again. Then you have other ideas now you can bring different lenses. And, so I made up my mind like I know i. went the the the night before but I'm going again tonight. and. My wife if she was so excited. Before. And You know she didn't WanNa. Kind of rain on my parade, but basically he said you know I I've seen that comment before like last night. Don Good. Gay Have Good Tech. So off I went on my own after dinner and Rather than a drive up as as high as I did, the previous night. I had in mind this time to to try to take some pictures of the comet with some something interesting in the foreground, no, and so as I was driving up and I use this APP and I know exactly where that comets can appear what goes down. Like, there was big parking lot, and then the highway that we run across. There was his deep in a valley, and then there's his ridge line of mountains, and it's just like Oh man. That's that's the place I'm looking for, so I was I was there early. Set up across. From the parking lot, so that I wouldn't have any light pollution from the car, highlight headlights, driving back and forth, and this I'm actually brought one of those collapsible tear Rei on sitting there, just enjoying myself waiting for the sun to go down seeing all people come up after me and just gloating like yeah good spot. And then my inner thigh started burning like crazy and I'm like what the heck rate. And? There's still enough sunlight I looked down and I put my hair on top of a nest of residents and these are about. At least quarter, inch or more bigger. And apparently some had called up my legs unbeknownst to me and had started to attack me because I was sitting on their house, so I made executive decision. Not Consult anyone else. And packed up all my stuff that I had set up. Wait for the to quit screaming by and set up on the parking lot side. and. Proceeded to wait for the Senate Kodama this time. I knew exactly where to look and. I'm GonNa Tell You I. Am so glad I went that second time because the pictures that I got a mess with them on light room in light room, but I'll share some of the first night, and then tonight's on our facebook page, but Yeah, it is just like..
"t park" Discussed on The Current
"Phrase that people use. It's the war on the car what we're talking about taking away. Parking spaces were saying. Stop forcing people to provide them. The stop force-feeding the city with parking. Say If if you had a requirement that everybody had to eat ten hamburgers a month and Everybody did it and somebody said well. We're going to remove moves his hamburger requirement Because it's unhealthy. They say it's a war on hamburgers but removing apart a requirement is not a war on cars the parking requirements war four cars even if people have a car and they need somewhere to put it and they worry that there won't be the space there to put it in if we charge the the right price for parking spaces everywhere they go. The can't say there's no spaces to put them in if they see empty spaces everywhere and just they won't be free now not to say that. Well yes we take free park. That's out the same way the same thing as taking away park. I'm not even talking about taking away party although the Montreal has I think one of the best policies that doesn't seem to have been copied that they're downtown they had a lot of surface parking. Lots and This this doesn't add to downtown. Nobody wants to walk by parking. Lot and It's spreads things. I'll there's nothing to see. See your by or do in a parking lot so montreal put on a tax on surface. Parking lots now. It's about eight hundred dollars per space per year and it may be the difference between saying parking was the most profitable use for this landed. Reduced the value of using it for parking and almost all of the the Parking lots disappeared and CONDOS and office. Buildings were built now. A parking lot doesn't employ many people at it doesn't pay much taxes taxes But if you have office. Buildings and housing employs a lot of people and pays a lot of taxes. So I think the idea of switching from parking requirements to in some cases parking taxes add Of the Montreal sort is a good idea and it sounds like a war on cars. And maybe maybe it is but Israeli Warren Park because anybody can have a car but they just have to pay for parking to your point. The money helps also to pay for other things. He's but could deal with issues of if you have more spate more density that can be implemented. You could deal with issues of affordability you could deal with issues. A perhaps a housing crisis it would have because you have more places for people not to park but to live exactly I think it would be. I mean. Can you imagine what Paris uh-huh London would look like if they had been built off street parking requirements in cities like ours yours There have been changes when when it comes to how people get around and it might not be in their own car but they may be using services like Uber and lift Roger Services. How does that change the story when it comes to what cities need when it comes to parking? What makes a big difference The Uber Lift How more data about travel than any transportation engineer would they know that the highest demand for their services are places is where the park is expensive or hard defied? So I've been over and left or not in favor of minimum parking requirements because it sort of takes away from what they they have to sell the ad now dow older electric scooters electric bicycles a lot of our transit systems at least in the US are under under occupied That I think of the United States the average occupancy of a forty seat bosses only ten people. The main point that I've been making about about changing the world A- by removing off three parking requirements. Is it nothing would change tomorrow or even next year it would take quite a while for anything to happen happen it. You're not taking away. Argh you're taking away the requirement for parking so it would allow infill development to happen on small. Lots where you really now. Al Can't get a building and all the required parking on the site and therefore sort of condemned being a parking lot so I think he slowly very slowly the world would more towards a less car oriented society. Are you surprised at how much people will pay for a parking spot. There was a story here in Toronto were an underground spot downtown. We'll sold for something like eighty five thousand dollars. You hear these wild stories out of New York City. People pay hundreds of thousands of dollars for parking spot. Does that surprise. You know but what it does tell because they're very expensive to provide at if you don't force buildings to provide hi them an older areas that these spaces are rare. The some very rich people live there but so I think it does show that this land the city owns is very valuable in the city is squandering that land to offer free parking even while it's saying that we're doing our utmost to reduce carbon emissions. y'All were so committed to producing carbon. Mrs Except for what we do with parking even talking about this for a long time Over the course of of decades. What was it that hooked you you know? How did you get religion and talking about parking back in the seventies well? It was an issue of of equity. I th well things. We haven't talked about his employer paid parker the United States and I suspect in Canada many the US most people who drive to work part free at WOR I. I looked at that what I was working on equity and transportation. I thought it's not fair to offer free pargeter drivers and nothing the thing to everybody else especially since the higher income employers are the ones who will cars and lower income employee's California car. I just outrageous. But you can't get anywhere politically by saying charge for parking so I came up with this idea call. Parking cash-out is now along California. That if you rent parking spaces to offer for free to your employees you have to offer the employees the option to take the cash value instead. You can't say I'll offer you free parking or nothing. That's very fair because it treats everybody equally became the law I studied about some of the effects were and especially law firms. Were the ones who understood that they had to obey the law. Aw One law firm. I interviewed they had given the reserves basis to the top lawyers and then Free Park in the lot. Others of the of the secretaries and the custodial got nothing but now they learned that they have to that law. We have to you have to offer the employees the value of the parking space. Hugh offer them and so they'd have to offer the top lawyers four hundred a month and the secretaries. Nothing 'cause they weren't offered free parking and they saw it got revealed that how unfair at Bosley switched to a monthly allowance of one hundred fifty dollars a month for everybody. So I think that getting parking right off would be making the world much fairer An employer paid parking but it does the rest of Parker because we have if we ought to be parking requirements. The cost departing. It doesn't go away at a grocery store or an apartment house even if you park area. The cost doesn't go away. Somebody has to pay it. That's somebody's everybody. I'm GonNa reap the people who were to own. A car is a city lot Los Angeles May maybe Toronto where everybody happily pays for Ed Eh. Everybody else's free. Parker is a fool's paradise and it's unjust paradise because people don't over car get nothing and everybody pays. Is People love free parking though. Do you have the sense that you've made much of a difference in getting people to think differently about again. The high cost of of Free Parking L.. I don't know I mean for. The book was published in two thousand five half the planning profession. I've is crazy and the other half saw his daydreaming and by I two thousand Nineteen San Francisco was charging market prices for parking added removed. All Its barker requirements. So I think as other cities See that this can happen. BASCO city has just moved from a minimum parking requirements to Maximum parking limits London they did the same thing and Mexico City. It came through very careful data collection. They found that about forty percent of all the new building in Mexico. City in the past ten years was for parking. You drive around a lot in Los Angeles. Now I I lived there campus so I always walked to good from campus and the traffic is so bad. Nobody wants to go anywhere CDO Eat. Find yourself cursing somebody at if they steal your parking spot. Well no no never somebody else. Being the spot isn't stealing it from me I suppose But other people. I'm sure that other other people would feel that way. That's why they get into fights over parking but I think those are unnecessary. I think if we spend the money in the right way so that people. Let's see it's like the parking meters like a cash register for them that they will say I see what you mean. It isn't because they want to reduce carbon emissions or vehicle traffic or anything anything like that. They have an individual benefit. That may some sable this is aligned with with my knees or my preferences So you know there are a lot of bad side box or Toronto. They could shovel the snow off more quickly for neighborhoods that have parking meters or even some places have electrical intrical heating underneath the side. 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"Laws when they decided the best way to fight fight-back would be to boycott the Montgomery City buses on December fifth the day of Roses Trial N. double. ACP volunteers mimeographed yeah graft over thirty five thousand fliers to get the word out about the boycott they read stay off the buses Monday in protest protests of the arrest and trial. You can afford to stay out of school for one day. If you work. Take a cab or walk but please children children and grown ups. Don't ride the boss at all on Monday. These flyers were sent home with black schoolchildren and they were posted in black neighborhoods and on December fourth Nixon was even able to get an ad in the local paper on December number fifty nine thousand nine hundred fifty five around twenty people gathered at Mount Zion African Methodist Episcopal Zion church in Montgomery to discuss the best strategies auditees for the bus boycott. They decided that if Rosa lost the case the boycott would extend beyond her trial date indefinitely to organize organiz a longer bus boycott the group elected one of their most trusted team members to spearhead the movement a twenty six year old Baptist Reverend by the name of Dr Martin Luther King Junior together with the help of the N. double. ACP He formed the Montgomery Improvement Association. Their goal was to keep the boycott going until the status. Quo Changed that day forty two year old Rosa parks stepped into the stuffy halls of the Montgomery County courthouse. She was greeted by a bustling crowd of around around five hundred local supporters cheering her on her attorney was a man named Fred Gray and accomplished lawyer preacher and and activist who graduated from Case Western Reserve University School of law he was a go getter with a strong passion for civil rights in fact upon moving to Alabama. He said he was ready to destroy everything segregated but given the racist laws in place. Rosa never stood a chance the entire trial lasted all of thirty minutes during which Rosa was convicted of disorderly conduct and and violating the local bus ordinance she was fine ten dollars plus four dollars in courtroom fees approximately one hundred and fifty dollars in today's currency all the crime of refusing to vacate a bus seat the N. double. ACP and the black community at large deemed at this verdict unacceptable Rosette should not be charged with breaking the law if that law was unethical in the first place and so the Montgomery bus boycott began it rained on the evening of December Fifth Nineteen fifty five but but even so the city buses were mostly empty forty thousand people walk through the rain to get home from work some as far as twenty twenty miles as Montgomery's black population made up about seventy percent of all bus customers. The boycott struck in early in devastating blow. The buses soon became something of a laughing stock public buses sat at the side of the road completely empty except for the drivers ars but the boycott also had an adverse effect on Rosa and her husband a week into the protest. Rosa was fired from her seamstress job he'd held for years. No reason was given about Rosa suspected. It was because of her involvement in the boycott the next week Raymond also lost his job after talking about the boycott at work but the setbacks only made the parks family all the more more resolute as weeks passed the city of Montgomery began to feel the financial impact of the boycott bus fares bears were a reliable source of income for any city and now with the boycott in full swing that revenue stream was drying up on January anuary thirtieth nineteen fifty six the fifty seventh day of the boycott. The home of Dr Martin Luther King was bombed to buy white radicals two days later Edgar. Nixon's house was also bombed but once more the black community refused is to be intimidated in the face of property damage and violence the boycott continued meanwhile roses legal troubles proliferators liberated the city of Montgomery had criminalized boycotts and on February twenty first nineteen fifty six. She was arrested once again again for her role in the movement. Her supporters once again bailed her out but she knew that the fight wasn't over yet six months after the boycott began roses attorney. Fred Gray finally managed to gain an audience with the US District Court for the Middle District Straight Valla Bama in June nineteen fifty six fred argued that state bus segregation laws were unconstitutional and violated the rights of his community on June fifth nineteen fifty-six the three judges announced their ruling two to one in favor of Fred Gray. The fight still wasn't over the city of Montgomery filed an appeal that took the case to the United States Supreme Court on November Thirteenth Nineteen nineteen fifty-six over the next month. Fred continued to fight for his community and on December seventeenth nineteen fifty six he emerged victorious the Supreme Court rejected the appeal and ruled that bus segregation was illegal at the time roses case and the accompanying boycott was the largest successful black civil rights action in US history on December nineteenth nineteen fifty six the supreme court's written order arrived at the Montgomery Court House. Segregation of buses was officially officially illegal in the city. The boycott ended the next day and Montgomery's black citizens resumed using the buses after three hundred and eighty one days of walking and taking cabs for her bravery and her vision Rosa came to be known as the mother of the civil rights movement unfortunately even after the boycott ended she continued to face further harassment and threats Rosa and her husband Raymond grew to feel so oh unsafe they eventually relocated to Detroit Michigan in nineteen fifty seven and settled near Rosa's brother Sylvester MacAulay while in Detroit Rosa became an administrative aide in the Detroit Office of Congressman John Conyers Junior. She stayed there from nineteen sixty four to to her retirement in nineteen eighty eight regarding her work at this time she said I would have to take long of a minute to and give my whole synopsis of my life but I want to let you know that are all of us. Uh should be free and equal and have equal opportunity and that is what I'm trying to instill and and curry and inspire young people to reach the high for ten zero throughout the nineteen seventies Rosa Parks donated most of her money to civil rights organizations like the N. double. ACP and witnessed the establishment of a number of equitable laws including the Fair Housing Act and the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty eight the nineteen seventies also proved to be some of the most personally heartbreaking years of her life on August nineteenth nineteen seventy seven her husband died of throat cancer a few months later in November nineteen seventy seven her brother also died of cancer mindful of her husband's in the ability to receive a formal education during his lifetime Rosa co-founded the Rosa Rosa l Parks Scholarship Foundation for college bound high school seniors and the Roseanne Raymond Parks Institute for self development to serve Detroit's youth on October twenty fourth two thousand five at the age of ninety two Rosa Parks passed away in her apartment in Detroit Michigan she was laid to rest in the US capital and honor typically reserved for statesmen and military leaders in fact she was the first woman to ever receive such a distinction at her funeral over thirty thousand people passed by her coffin to pay respects and on December first two thousand five most major cities in the United States left seats empty on public public buses to commemorate roses incredible act of civil disobedience roses dedication to community and equality extended far beyond a refusal to give up her seat on a bus she was an advocate for black people and women everywhere and helped catapult the civil rights movement to the mainstream thanks to her courage. Rosa parks became a role model and icon and for women of Color as she explained I have learned over the years that when one's mind is made up knowing what must be done does away with fear.
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"In September nineteen forty four thirty one year old N. w. c. p. activist Rosa Parks met met with rape survivor rec- Taylor in Abbeville Alabama local police tried to stem roses advocacy attempting to intimidate and even threaten in her into letting receives case disappear the moment she was back in Montgomery Rosa returned to the end of Lacey Pe- office and explained the encounter counter to their President Edgar Nixon in response to the police's tactics. Rosa and Nixon founded the committee for equal justice for the rights of Mrs Mrs Resea- Taylor as subgroup of the N. double. ACP This committee was comprised of a dozen leading black activists that were dedicated to making taking Taylor story public knowledge. They sent dozens of letters to the office of Alabama Governor Chauncey sparks urging him take the case to trial in one letter Rosa wrote. I know that you will not fail to let the people of Alabama know that there is aqel justice for all citizens roses efforts paid off and the incident was picked up by local newspapers then by press around the nation by February of nineteen forty five Alabama. Governor sparks was forced to take action. He reluctantly agreed to launch a second can special grand jury investigation into the crime but the special jury ultimately brought no charges against the accused rapists. Rosa was furious all her efforts had stirred up public support an outrage but Taylor still couldn't secure justice one by one. The frustrations of dealing with inequality on a daily basis started to build up a year earlier. Rosa Rosa had had a memorable encounter of her own. The Montgomery bus system was becoming a lightning rod for political controversy in part because of the extreme lengths they went to in the name of segregation for example bus tickets could only be purchased at the front of the vehicle meaning meaning all riders had to use the front doors to buy their ticket but Montgomery buses also had segregated entrances one for white people at the front and and another for black passengers at the back when a black person wanted to take the bus she'd have to board at the front purchaser ticket then and leave and re board through the back doors. The ridiculous policy served no practical purpose. It was only there to embarrass an inconvenience black black riders on a rainy day in nineteen forty-three. Rosa boarded a public bus in downtown. Montgomery reluctant to go back out into the rain mm-hmm. She instead walked directly back to a seat without exiting and re entering through the back door. The driver James F Blake was is infuriated. He ordered Rosa to exit and re enter through her designated entrance twice. Rosa refused so oh blake grab. Rosa dragged her outside and threw out into the rain before she had a chance to process what had happened. The bus pulled away a stranding her. The whole ordeal was incredibly traumatizing for Rosa in her autobiography she wrote. I never wanted wanted to be on that man's bus again after that. I made a point of looking at who was driving the bus before I got on. I didn't want any more run. INS is with that mean. One Rosa wasn't the only person who is sick and tired of discrimination on the buses in nineteen fifty five fifteen year old girl named Claudette Colvin was riding the bus home from Booker T. Washington high school in Montgomery. The bus was was crowded that day and cove and was asked to stand so a white woman could take her seat. Kovin refused the bus driver ordered cove and and to get up but Kovin held her ground this escalated to the point that the police were called and Coleman was arrested at at that time Montgomery had several contradictory laws regarding segregation a symptom of the push and pull between civil rights activists and the racist cyst establishment so one law not only permitted but required the bus driver to have cloven arrested while another protected cove ines right it to any seat. She wanted the N. double. ACP had long been looking for an opportunity to challenge the pro segregation laws and have them formally formerly overturned in Co.. WTN's arrests seemed like a perfect opportunity to bring Jim Crow all the way before the Supreme Court however the Organization soon learned that the teenage Kovin was pregnant out of wedlock. This should have had nothing to do with her case but at the end of the Lacey Pe- feared that juries would be less sympathetic to an unmarried mother with stakes so high they didn't WanNa take any chances chances the organization raised funds for coal WTN's defense but chose not to try to make her the new face of racial inequality. They'd have to wait for the next arrest nine months later on December first nineteen fifty five forty two year old Rosa parks boarded Ed bus number two eight five seven. It was about six. PM and she was on her way home from work at the Montgomery Fair Department Store. She paid her affair and sat down in an empty seat in the back section. She wasn't paying much attention as she boarded and didn't notice that the driver was was James F Blake the same driver who'd kicked her off the bus the previous year for not using the back door for the next three stops the bus traveled along its normal route more passengers got on and the bus slowly filled up by the time the the bus reached its third stop outside the Empire Theater. The whites only section at the front of the bus was over capacity. There was no seat for one. The white passengers in the front so blake stopped the bus and told the first row of black passengers to stand up so he could make a new row for the white writers. He said Y'all better make it light on yourself and let me have those seats. Rosa hadn't planned to make a stand that day but for whatever reason something snapped she later explained. I was not tired physically no more tired than I usually was. At the end of a working day how old I was forty two. No the only tired I was tired of giving in the rear of the black passengers stood up up Rosa didn't she later wrote when that white driver stepped back toward us when he waved his hand and ordered us up and out of our seats. I I felt a determination cover. My Body like a quilt on a winter night. Rosa remained in her seat staring at the driver. Offer Blake squinted back at her. He asked her again. Why don't you stand up. She replied. I don't think I should have to stand up then. She moved to the window seat. Further away from the Isle Lake asked her again if she was going to stand up Rosa again refused blake threatened to call the police. Rosa responded you do that so blake aac place the call while they waited. Roseau remained firmly planted in her seat. She tried to ignore the judgmental glares from the other. The riders assured that she was in the right eventually. Two policemen arrived at the scene. Blake explained the situation and Rosa was was charged with violating chapter six section eleven the Montgomery City code which enforce the segregation of public buses. They took her off the bus and drove her downtown to police headquarters along the way. She asked one of the policemen. Why do you push us around around. The officers. Response was simply. I don't know but the law's the law and your under arrest. Rosa was allowed one call at the station which he made to her husband Raymond. She told him that she had been given even a court date on December. Fifth Raymond was worried but he was also proud of his wife from making stand he promised her he would find the bail money to get her out of jail soon N. double. ACP Chapter President Edgar Nixon arrived the same night Rosa was sent to jail AOL Edgar paid her bail and had her released by then word of Rosa Parks arrest had spread to most of Alabama's black population. Rosa was an upstanding member of the community in many were astounded that she of all people would be arrested for such a minor offence offense. Edgar saw this anger in his community as an opportunity to get people mobilized later that night he visited the parks home and explained a plan to Rosa she could be the face of a new activist movement and as Rosa listened to Edgar's pitch. She felt hope spring in her chest. She was about to spark the historic. Montgomery bus boycott up next. We'll hear how roses work transformed the civil rights movement now back to the story. The black community in Montgomery Alabama was outraged following Rosa parks arrest on December first nineteen fifty five the N. double A. C. P. wanted to capitalize on roses case raising awareness as they tried to overturn Montgomery's segregation.
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"Alabama to find the sheriff armed and waiting for her already. Roseau walked right right past him to enter Recipes House for the duration of their meeting. Rosen noticed the patrol car that drove back and forth in front of the house she he was resolved to just ignore the police until receives front door burst open and the sheriff stepped inside. He warned Rosa that he didn't approve. You've of troublemakers and urged her to leave. Rosa packed up her belongings and departed. She was content to let the sheriff think he'd. He'd won this battle. She bring him the war up next. I we'll discuss how Rosa parks and the N. double. ACP advocated for rec- Taylor fame money obsession. These things can make athletes seem superhuman but what happens when those in professional sports reveal the darker side of their humanity every week minute show sports criminals investigate some of the most significant sports crimes throughout the world and we explore explore the dramatic collision course are most revered athletes and the underbelly of society you'll learn about these athletes rise through competitive sports and and how the discipline and motivation that brought them to the top served a push them into their downfall. Whether you're a rabid fan or a passive observer these stories carry significance significance for us all listen and subscribed to sports criminals for free on spotify and anywhere you listen to podcasts and if you hang around after the end of the show you can hear a clip of the first episode of sports criminals.
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It really does help we also now have merchandise head to park cast dot com slash merch for more information our our audio biographies cover big lives but we like to focus on little known facts. Today we're discussing. Rosa parks dubbed the mother of the Civil Civil Rights movement. She's most famous today for refusing to give up a seat on a bus in Montgomery Alabama. Her Act of Resistance Against Racist Segregation Segregation launched a boycott that proved pivotal to the fight for racial equality but Rosas activism extended beyond bus protests. It's an active member of the N. double. ACP Rosa championed black victims of sexual assault organized acts of civil disobedience and founded educational initiatives for disadvantaged students of Color Rosa Parks was born Rosa Louise as MacAulay on February fourth nineteen thirteen INTAS Gigi Alabama her early life was unstable as her parents separated when Rosa it was only two roses birthplace in Gigi insured. She grew up in the center of the nascent civil rights movement prominent Black Intellectual Booker. T. Washington was active there as soon as Rosa was old enough to understand issues of race. She was hyper aware of the inequality as well every Sunday she worshiped at the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Historically Black denomination initially founded to promote an abolitionist geology and then later devoted to racial equality. When Rosa was eleven years old she moved with her mother and brother to Montgomery Alabama Alabama where her grandparents lived there. She continued her harsh education about racial politics by the early nineteen twenties the white supremacist hate group that Ku Klux Klan was increasingly active for a decade after the civil war the K. K. K. had terrorized people of color color in the southern United States the hate group had declined to the point of nearly disbanding in the late eighteen hundreds but white supremacy experienced a resurgence surgeons in response to the growing number of immigrants in the US by the time Rosa was a young child the KKK boasted more than four million Leeann active members fearful of racially motivated attacks each evening roses grandfather laid a loaded shotgun across his lap APP and slept in a rocking chair near the front door eager to help defend her home and family. Rosa took to sleeping on the floor beside him. You're so when Rosa Parks was eleven. Her mother enrolled her in the private segregated Montgomery Industrial School for girls. It was the best education available to a black girl in the city despite her young age Rosa had to work to pay for her tuition. She took a janitorial job at the school pool cleaning up rooms after classes and every day she saw little reminders of the inequality she faced the white students had a bus Rosa and other black students didn't she walked to school every day. Even in the winter in her autobiography biography Rosa Parks My story Rosa wrote. I'd see the bus pass every day but to me. That was a way of life we we had no choice but to accept. What was the custom. The bus was among the first ways I realized there was a black world and a white world hold on during her walks. Rosa often passed by white children and adults who would shout racial slurs at her unprovoked. Some children even tossed pasta rocks at her as she walked by to cope with the stress. Rosa found comfort in her religious beliefs. She reminded herself that her bullies were simply lost sinners and prayed for them while they harassed her. She knew she couldn't do anything more concrete to defend herself because the police wouldn't look kindly on a black girl fighting white people even if they'd started it. Rosa attended high school at the laboratory school at the historically Black Alabama state teachers college but unfortunately she had to drop out a year later to help care for her ailing grandmother shortly after Rose's Rose's grandmother died her mother to grew. Ill now the family's primary caretaker. Rosa needed to work to support them and provide medical medical care education was out of the question at least until someone new entered Rosa's life and encouraged her to go back to school in Nineteen thirty one when Rosa was eighteen a mutual friend introduced her to a twenty eight year old barber named Raymond Parks. It was clear during their very first meeting that Raymond was romantically interested in her but Rosa didn't return his affection one of her biggest reservations nations lay in the fact that Raymond was a light skinned black man Rosa didn't find him physically attractive and she also doubted that a man and who could pass for white could really understand her day to day struggles as a dark skinned black woman however as their friendship blossomed Rosa learned that Raymond was passionate civil rights advocate and a member of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People War N. double. ACP She was surprised to find that although Raymond dressed well and was an intelligent and thoughtful speaker he barely attended school at all aw thanks to segregation in time a romance blossomed between Raymond and Rosa and they were married on December eighteenth nineteen thirty thirty two when she was nineteen and he was twenty nine Raymond Encourage Rosa to pursue the education he'd never ever had and with his support. She returned to high school and finally completed her degree. Soon after Rosa got a job as a seamstress at a department store you're while Raymond continued on his work with the N. double. ACP although Rosa and Raymond shared beliefs about equal rights initially she kept her her distance from the organization N. Double ACP members feared reprisal from white supremacists and they regularly came to meetings heavily armed should did they need to defend themselves on one occasion. Raymond volunteered to host a meeting at his in Rosa's house shaken by the number of men who arrived lived armed Rosa walked out of the House and sat on the porch hunched over with her head between her knees while the men inside discussed politics Sushi's sat alone in the dark waiting and fear for the first bullets to fly in the moment Rosa was paralyzed by fear violence silence but long-term she grew increasingly frustrated with these sexist assumption that her husband could take risks and join the N. double. ACP while she she needed to be shielded from it so in nineteen forty three thirty year old Rosa finally joined for herself once again sexism reared its head at the N. double ACP as the only woman to attend on her first night. Rosa was tasked with taking taking meeting notes. She was elected secretary at that same meeting but she soon had the opportunity to advocate for women and Black people alike has the chapter began to examine the racial inequality in how police investigated sexual assaults. It was all too common at the time for black men to be falsely accused of raping white women if those men were lucky they'd go to court but still have to plead their case before racist judges judges and juries if they were unlucky. The accused were often lynched by white mobs before their trials began black. Women men also suffered from unjust investigations when they filed reports. The police rarely took their cases seriously rape survivors of have color had few opportunities to pursue justice especially if their attacker was white a particularly egregious case involved a woman named re resc- Taylor on the evening of September third nineteen forty four was walking home from church with two friends when a group of white men abducted abducted her and gang raped her after the assault REC- reported to the police what had happened her friend corroborated the account a few hours later a police officer found the rapists and asked if they had an alibi imen- confess that they'd raped reecey and the police halted the investigation there without pressing charges news of this crime and the polices inaction made it back to the N. Double Lacey Pe- later that month Rosa volunteered to investigate receives case firsthand not only to uncover the truth of the matter but also so to draw national attention to the injustice but before Rosa could capture the attention of the press. She drew scrutiny from the police piece. She stepped off the bus near receives home in Abbeville.
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"Parts are game number two from at and t park cardinals and giants rodriguez versus gam dave when we've been talking about the all star game and and you know depending on where the fan vote goes on this whole thing do you think ross stripling or you know we talked about yesterday with you miklas are two guys that could make this team sure yeah i think they've got the credentials i do think it helps some of these guys in national league on pitching side that several of the candidates that you would sort of expect to be there at the start of the year you know bumgarner gets hurt kershaw has been hurt a lot of the the top name pitcher strasberg's bent down for a good long while a lot of the top named guys just have not been present because of injury or maybe a couple of different other syndergaard is another one you could throw in there jacob degrom i'm sure we'll be an all star but the win loss record is so different from usual so that does open up up a lot of spots i think for some of those type pitchers that you're talking about aaron knowle's going to be on the all star team for the phillies for the first time he certainly deserves it you got some interesting interesting pitchers in the national league who've stepped into void of the cueto's bumgarner kershaw's syndergaards who have been down for a lot of this year what do you expect to happen with buster if if controls keeps his lead do you think busters and all star i think so i mean i i don't know that for sure i think jt real mutoko will almost have to be on the team and deservedly so he's a really good player but you know not just because he's having a good year he is almost certainly going to be the marlins only representative so i don't know whether that means they would take three catchers or if it's only two it's a starter in real mutoko i don't follow the all star game and roster construction all that closely i have to admit so i don't know how that works i would think that buster by the players of standards would be an easy selection but we'll see and a guy like brandon bell would be perfect to i mean if he didn't have that appendectomy i think it would be hands down he'd be in there yeah i think so too i mean at first base spot is another position where some of the guys that you would expect joey votto had a good year but not a huge year anthony rizzo got off to such a slow starts with some of the big stars that have kept him out in the past have not had great years the one thing is when i looked at the ballot the other day just to sort of get an answer what it looked like and maybe i cast a vote for a national league team but belts they put the stats now right next every player which is great which is one reason why i think they're the fans are getting it so right so often the fan vote is absolutely spot on because when you vote the stats are right there belt at bats numbers look lo and even if part of it is because he takes a lot of walks it almost looks like he hasn't played eve even as much as he has so i don't know if that'll cost him in a in a bid to try to win another spot i don't know i dave real quick and i don't know if this buzz was going through the stadium yesterday because obviously.
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"Tom jurassic park the original directed by steven spielberg yes do your day your bit what bit that how you get steven spielberg mixed up with steven van zandt little the gear getting me mixed up with somebody else him got it all it's got newman from seinfeld that was the thing that lead the market camping yeah people were like they were a lot of people went to see jurassic park and we're surprised that dinosaurs were in it because all the marketing all the commercials just had newman yeah from from from seinfeld wayne night on all the on all the commercials so is nice it was a nicer prize a lot of people you know is back in the time where you just go to a movie because that's what you did on a friday night and i don't know what it's about it's no the newman's in this movie see a little bit about yeah that's the same reason a lot of people went to see basic instinct yeah really this loosely finally the scene i've been waiting for newman yeah this this movie looks pretty hot new minson it yeah from seinfeld way night like why is the camera pointed under sharon stone stress trying to see how newman's reacting show newman again when all the men were screaming from the from the and then when they would show you know at newman would be like he this goal oh here you know at newman does that they should if hopefully way nights not going anywhere anytime soon 'cause i hope he sticks around until they have video head head stones at the cemetery.
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"Scumbags wanna listen to that i think they used to be but now they're like more legit they used to be like a little more tabloid and now they just know what about a box office mojo i think more after this more after the fact reporting on that they project maybe they do but probably just loose productions so iron people getting to see this they're mad that a woman's in it oh i think it's just came fans of the original jurassic park have been slamming the new jurassic movie because of features the woman and a person of color which i don't even think it does no well it does have a woman here's my thing about this new fallen kingdom what what's this movie about him the dyno's uhhuh they come to the mainland hasn't that happened before in the movies yeah tom uhhuh you're the one who loves like sequels since and frame no i'm just saying come up with a new new like i thought the idea for drastic world was really cool although it almost win how you with like the movies i want see address park movie where everything's running fine everything's rang perfectly normal yeah that'd be great yeah that's fascinating but and this you know the drastic world the first one eight like jumped ahead on fifteen years ten years or something and it was like all the the mess from the other movies that's been swept under the rug now the people don't really know about it and the parks open for business is just a normal day at the park but then guess what everything goes right now everything goes wrong dinosaurs get out they start eating people where in little head of ourselves here.
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"Uh the tough thing about belt is the defunct that extension in his his his contract going to go from like four and change this year a sixteen next year so he's not really a guy that you can really look to trade at this point because i think the contract is a good of an anchor on him but he is the guy who still has a lot of doll units very talented and if they do make some changes on the any instruction side that be obviously didn't tell us what they're going to do with a coaching staff yesterday um you know maybe another voice would would help him who would uh you know he is a guy who's been a little bit resistant to make changes or or it takes some time for him to come around to suggested changes um but you know he is somebody who hit i think eight or nine homers at at t park even as the lefty so we know he's got power the plays everywhere um and he definitely can be a big big part of this offense next year uh but you know again if if you have him you're relying on him to be a sixhitter instead of a cleanup hitter that means your entire lineup as a little bit longer than a little bit more fearing them in i think that's what they need to try to do he's ideally a five or six hitter i guess when it's all said and done so we'll listen this is like just a partial conversation i feel like there's so much more to get to let's just check back periodically throughout the offseason but as a good starter set and good piece today thanks for coming on oh yeah no problem and there's gonna be a torrent i mean this was going to be really interesting off season i think they've got a ton of different trade possibilities they can look into so look forward to break down with you areas of axel handy thanks to the time 80 baghli a cambier six he these ports they've back mug knbr sixty.