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"tessie" Discussed on The Free Agents
"I mean you know. R kelly. Aside i believe i can fly was an massive hit and and very well placed in the film and as just like that's how people remember space jam and that's not going to be the case for this when i think no. I think you're right although there's like big artists on the sound i mean. There's there's a little baby little. Wayne chance the rapper. John legend woah dog by the name of dame dollar. Not sure who he is into this John legend song tessie crowd go crazy by john. Legend just put it on the house and vibe. No i i heard it once i think but i guess it just kinda floated by me like i like everything in the soundtrack is true. I think any of it and it could be that. There are awesome songs on the soundtrack. Glad they weren't mixed in very well. Because i don't remember anything Yeah well that's the top. Five one star reviews first-base germany legacy at least according to me in a quick glance there imdb. So let's get your thoughts. Does anybody give it higher than a one. I will tell you critic score on rotten tomatoes based off of approximately one hundred and fifty reviews as a recording. This thirty two percent quite low. They're for this movie audience score though. Don't you worry off. A five hundred. Plus verified ratings eighty-one percent so the audience overall thinking. This is a an above average movie. Hell maybe even a in their mind. The critics say thirty two percent. So le- let's start with you on a scale of one to ten one being obviously garbage ten being the greatest movie. You've ever seen right up there with mrs doubtfire. How do you rate space germany. Look this is a tough one because my two boys give it both a five star rating. Which is the highest writing. You can give it anything. I give it. I give it a zero so Combine those two. They get ten like he gets a tim. So it's a ten out of ten. I guess i haven't given one zero compliance. I say dividing up five plus five ten zero still chad three year out. Almost thirty three percent right on par with rotten tomatoes added denominator. Yeah i like because because my kids enjoyed it. I wanted to say you know what. Then it's fine. It was just gonna ask you to watch this again. Oh yeah definitely and you will not be around when they watch it. No i will be if we want to watch space jam again but not this one. This one i just like. Is this just not enough. If there's no nothing there you know space. Jam was space jam by comparison. The godfather right now did fish into our archives of minus talking about that a long time ago now but okay hold on. What's your score giving. I don't care about your kids. Zero zero zero zero. I can't give it a vote. Gotta give it a point. I kinda give. It was terrible it was. It was one of those ones where i was like. I'm on a train. i'd rather just have no internet. No devise nothing at the back. And here's exactly yeah. No air conditioning sweating boiling out green light yet. I'd rather do that than have to watch this again. This was. I would say the worst movie i've ever seen would be the guardian with ashton kucher and kevin costner. I would say over guardian would say this is possibly bumping out. Go spurt twos in there as well. That's terrible movie. Connie that's in the air but guy likes giving his kids lessons like where you just done. After two days of lego land. Like i kids that lesson. I'm done i do too. But i again i just sort of. I was not expecting this on the on the on the environment in there's going to be an easy to as an easy watch a fun watch if he lost instead of just like come on. That's fine thank you. I think that's a fair tape. It's not that funny. It really isn't is not a lot of jokes in it and they're like you said. Tk that only like really basketball signals..
"tessie" Discussed on Psychology of Entrepreneurship
"Members of the victim. Journalists lawyers watch And so they're they're able to say their last words and part of the audience and then they're killed by lethal injection so there's a doctor ducks into their van or that causes paralysis but if they feel pain or agony you can't see it because they're paralyzed can't show it and then the other injection. I'm sorry you had to hear that but as we promise you. These are difficult conversations that we need to have like in a previous volume volume sixty one. We covered purpose. I find it insane. The humbling to think vat can find purpose while being on death row. I guess i'd volume spoke a lot of amazing things. Including i think i really advanced my understanding of not just social psychology. But it's and i think parts directly to your podcast Its relation to economics and trends. When i begin reading. Malcolm god will I'm a big fan of his work and When i read the book tipping point. It really began me to look at large-scale social psychological phenomenon. And how they influence our thinking through trends so of course if you haven't listened to that one go downloaded and q. It for late listening but that gentleman he hood his name is allow me. While i was talking with jesse. She recalled this coat that he has. But i also eve. She remembered that story at old. I don't remember During class what he would save but there are a couple of quotes from his letters that his early ones that he wrote to me years ago. That still stick with me because they were so powerful and one of them. I remember him saying is He said i can't quote him exactly but As i go through live seeing things and learning about things that i can no longer taste or touch or feel. I beg god for mercy and i plead with him to give my time here purpose beyond punishment and that was actually the purpose Punishment was a title that i considered for the book. Because i just thought that that phrase so embodies these men and what i know about them is they're relentless pursuit of finding purpose in their life of in being on death row. That goes beyond the punishment. They all do it all for them and they do. It's successfully and it's so impressive to those of us on the outside just very inspiring to remind us to also find our purpose and not let anything get in the way and tessie d you remember meeting law for the first time i met lyle and the journaling class. I remember him because he was very quiet but he was really really smart. It was one of those people who rarely spoke when he did speak. The whole room was quiet because everyone was listening to him. And what's always impressed me about him. Since then is this is a guy who's been on death row since he was nineteen years old is never handled a computer before he's never been on. The internet is never handled a smart fall and yet he manages to network from inside the prison even before they had access to phones and he would know people in the government and he goes out and gets his own interviews independently of a He is connected at columbia university and yell and he's just he's pursuing all these degrees he has a higher degree than i do. I think education all this from within the prison. And i'm just like okay. Dude no excuse. Yes no excuses. I know that these volumes and these topics have opened your mind up a little and if you like to get involved well tessie. How can they get involved. We have a book club that we do and we do it for five weeks in each week. One of the guys calls in and so everybody gets to ask questions. We've had people from australia. Participate in the book club links and how to get in touch with to get involved in the book club will be in the show. Notes at psychology of entrepreneurship dot com. So go check that out the psychology of entrepreneurship idea. No one should ever be forced into entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship is something. When you have to move desire to solve a problem that she obsesses folly if you want to do a small put in the world you started on good in the war you start for prompt. And here's why because frossard is the engine that allows you to scale. Are the people who sit in audience and kobe hitting all this. You can't do it. And do the other side i talk. I interviewed tessie because Steel is an author journalist and public speeco who specializes in stories on criminal justice drug policy prison reform and racial equity. She co wrote her first book. Crimson letters voices from that row with four men serving sentences in north carolina. Whom by the way she met while volunteering in north carolina central prison back in two thousand fourteen while volunteering custodio was moved by the wisdom humidity and accountability of the men in prison. And then she wrote aditorial in two thousand. Fourteen may to the really news and observer advocating for the humanity of people on that throw crimson letters illuminates the complex issue of choice and circumstance that brought four men on death row and their search for hope and bogus beyond ause since its publication castille and her co authors who all call from prison in speaking on criminal justice issues and sharing their story with universities. Faith groups non prophets radio shows podcasts. Like myself and some pretty ones around the planet they host a free book club which you can find in the show notes and the link to that she is an amazing human being. I love her humanity. And she's a dear friend. This is a must five production special. Thanks to every guest expert that has appeared on the show. Editing voice overs and sound design by kelly bodyman and bigger guess research by jan elliott content by korean castles project managed by the legend. That is kelly and produced and hosted by me rossi. Vase for more episodes and way to listen. Go to must-have dot com slash p. e. love the polish audio docu. Series style of this. Podcast the psychology of entrepreneurship podcast. You can learn how to create a similar style. The european sherry this revolutionary virtual event assembled podcast entrepreneurs end market is in one spot. So you're able to learn from the mosses head straight so we podcast dot com to reserve your spot at our next event..
"tessie" Discussed on Psychology of Entrepreneurship
"I want to know if tennessee had witness execution. And what happens when we are about to kill somebody by the way i say that on purpose because if you think that you don't have a part to play oh i don't have to play. Well the states all the world the country executing people in our name. I suppose the expectations have been inside the present as a special room or them and typically receive see a letter about ninety days or forty five days prior to which will tell them the date and the time of the exhibition. At that point they will receive one paul. All prior to the execution from the governor and the phone call is a potential clemency from. So they'll here literally hours before the execution takes place whether or not the governor gonna grantham artists and take them off of to throw the current governor that we have has never granted anyone out so the likelihood that you would get. That is very very slim but still we don't if the letter mission jovi eleven hour there's always sort of wondering what happened about seventy two hours before the execution takes place. The resides led out of their cell and put in a special saw. Their heads shaved the And they have their last meal and their last rites with any spiritual person who might be involved with one and they're able to have a visit with family and their lawyers their last visit and then they go into the execution room. We do lethal injection here in north carolina strapped to a gurney. That looks like across there in. It's in a room with a window and people are watching us so the people can be their.
"tessie" Discussed on Psychology of Entrepreneurship
"Having seizures the second most important subject killing people is well. What if the person's innocent would you want to be responsible for ordering the execution of an innocent person as a lot of innocent people on death row and i'm learning more and more about how that happens it's really audible. I mean there's so many cases where you have a prosecutor who can display really fast loose with the facts of the keys to present some information but not others to make a situation look like it happened a certain way. And then if you've got a defense attorney who's not on their game then that's how it happens and we have defense attorney. Sometimes who are paid so little and given so many cases to represent that they do a very good job of defending someone and it happens all the time like in jerry's cakes bins. Attorney does not present a defense at all during his trial and speaking about innocent people in volume sixty three. We spoke with a gentleman by the name of tae robinson who we spoke about earlier in this volume. I am currently fighting along for commission. And it's not something that i say lightly because i understand the stigma behind people. I claims of innocence. But it doesn't take away from the fact that throughout my life. I have engaged in a lot of poor choice and a lot of You'll behavior I was a criminal. I did sell drugs Seventeen years old charged fullest. Snatching the woman pocketbook. Guy has learned from this older guy. assist the quick way to make money and i was so naive. I was so I guess affect Influenced by this person. That i tried my hand and said he worked for me and i'm glad because there was like the end of my Pocketbooks catching but looking back on my life. I am accountable for a lot of things. That i wish i could take back now but i talk a lot of it up to The human era and huma circus dance. I mean we are human. We are prone to ever and unfortunately a lot of time that includes criminal behavior. Tessie memories of terry was in my class at central prison. When i taught a journal in class two guys on death row is actually the person that i described in the brook putters barra member and so well he was he was such a sweet. Person is very encouraging. It would always complement the other guys on their writing. He's very soft spoken. He just had this present that was peaceful and kind. And i just. I liked having him in my class. This is a bit of a long fact but it's really interesting so bad with me. In an article published by the equal justice initiative. They say that more than one hundred and seventy people have been exonerated and released from death row since nineteen seventy-three. There are many reasons why someone might be wrongfully convicted including incorrect eyewitness. Identification 's foes and coerced confessions inadequate legal defense foe so misleading forensic evidence of false accusations. Perjury by witnesses. Who have promised lenient treatment or other incentives in exchange for that testimony misconduct by police or prosecutors was involved in seventeen nine percent of homicide exonerations in two thousand and eighteen concealing evidence that cost doubt on the defendant's guilt is the most common type of misconduct which includes police officers. Threatening witnesses. Forensic analysts faking results. Prosecutors presenting false testimony a record. One hundred eleven exonerations in two thousand. Eighteen involve witnesses. Who lied on the stand of falsely accused a defendant in fifty of these cases. The defendant was falsely.
"tessie" Discussed on Psychology of Entrepreneurship
"That involve murder and it's also But then stay level crimes each state decides whether or not to have a death penalty and some have and some don't so we didn't states their decision to go after. The death penalty varies widely from no death penalty. Ever to texas where they pride themselves on. How many people they actually do at the federal level generally very quiet and there's not a lot of people who get federal death sentences and they're not If the executed. We haven't seen an execution in its eric but sudden plan the past few months president trump even now that he's leaving office as spearheaded a rash of federal executions several months. Which is something that hasn't been seen in this country in in the past thirty years not at that rate. There's someone executed stay. There's going to be someone x. Tomorrow out it's just execution after execution after shin and within communities of people who are very affected by death penalty and the criminal justice system advocating against it's like living in the twilight zone but people are rallying now because for a long time as support for the death penalty peters out and the death penalty is struck from the books in many states. It can be hard to get people interested in balked and anti-death-penalty advocacy is. There's not a sense of immediacy but now that so. Many people are being killed in our names. You're seeing these these huge influx of interest in issue and advocates who are having major conferences. And get togethers around. What what can we do to stop exhibition. The one of those is going on this week. And terry robinson and i will speak on saturday if you haven't met terry. He's our guest from the previous volume. You can find the back. Catalogue at psychology of entrepreneurship dot com. So tessie what needs to change. How does change even happen. The political change happens when activists try really hard to petition for it so there were years and years and years of activists who were pressure for them to install phone steeple in the prison. Were pressuring the prison to install fall and finally they did Prisons are governed by a warden and the wardens turnover pretty quickly. I've only ever seen award in last two years couple years usually and each one can have a different policy. They can change everything. So you'll see a warden who will open up the prison in let volunteers like me. Come in and give classes and then the very next board will take all the classes away which is exactly what happened as they've gone through at least three wardens since the one that i knew and they've had the classes and they've had the way and then the newer brought in the phones. Let's just out in volume sixty two. We wind deep into the topic of perspective. Everything changes with a change of perspective and a guest. that evening was name is lean more death-row. I've been in prison for a over twenty seven and a half years. I've been on death. Row since nineteen ninety seven november twenty first being exact I'm co author of the book crimson. Metal voices from death-row with jesse steel and Three and they we all. We wrote the book of couple of years ago when you know finally got published. I'm also a mc with with music releasing liable awesome projects. I'm working all is well. I wanted you to hear a voice. Because i asked tessie with a. She remembered meeting him for the first time. Arlene had been in that first class. And i remember him probably more than anyone. He's very big. He has he's one of those people who just has a presence as soon as he walks into the room. He has kind of a booming voice. But i would consider a good radio voice. And everybody always bell They defer to him in many ways. He was clearly a leader in the group and and people listened to his opinion and may respective. I really was drawn to him for that reason. And he's also a free writer so after my classes canceled i wrote to him and i said that i wanted to continue to stay in touch that. I was really impressed with his writing. And i wanted to help them work on it. And maybe i'll get a wish someday when we come back you get to meet some questions that we've all had since we started listening to this while you you know the one that annoys you more than anything bad question. Well more on that after the messages out with this audio documentary has always been to build a strong community of entrepreneurs and creatives to provide a space where they can use voice shed their authenticity with the world as a valued. Listen on your voice matters to. We love to hear your feedback and ideas. That i'd be shots. Let us know how doing in the ratings and comments if you have a message for production team on know someone who would be a perfect bit as guess you can find out more information on how to share your input at psychology of entrepreneurship dot com. Hey welcome back. So tessie what i want to know is how safe is it for someone like you to be constantly exposed to people on death row like who are these people like you know. What are they like. What have they done people on death row in north carolina all been convicted of murder. And you there are many many people every year and only a few of them actually go to death row before getting involved in this kind of work. I thought that the people who go to death row who are people who have received death sentences. they're going to be executed by the state. I thought that they were the worst of the worst that they had committed the most horrific of the murders but one thing that i found that really shocked me that that's not true at that it's actually fairly arbitrary. Who goes to death row in. Who doesn't so you do receive an execution date at the time that you're sentenced however You're up you're able to appeal the conviction an appeal take decades ten years twenty years. Elaine has been on death row. Twenty seven years is still appealing his in birch so until those appeals end it can't schedule on execution. There are two things that are very very important. And i wanna cover them one at a time. The first thing is about things going wrong well most specifically it's about the times win executions. Don't go according to plan can get pretty ugly. Oftentimes the dejection darlie work. Because there's nothing that's there's no cocktail of drugs that is made specifically to kill. Someone is no company that will make that drug. So what states do is they create their own. Cocktails base sur different drugs and often there's litigation over that so currently in north carolina they haven't executed anyone or over a decade because his litigation in the courts over that cocktail the companies that make the different ingredients are fighting. They don't like for their medicine be used to kill people though it's always really messy howell. The drugs are used. What drugs are used so often goes wrong. And so you'll see something not working in. You see people gasping in.
"tessie" Discussed on Psychology of Entrepreneurship
"So especially when talking about the crimes in their cases. There's a lot of the careful out. So if they get so gotcha question that they answer wrong could affect literally affect their lives because if prosecutors who are trying to get though executed if all of that and use it against them trial when they go back to child. Well yeah it could have huge. Will we hear on the show. Take this as a privilege to cover these stories and have these conversations and while i have been reviewing some cases through the last few months with us doing the story around death penalty. Well they were a lot of really weird occurrences occurrences that didn't line up like some people getting the death penalty. That didn't actually kill anyone. It's not uncommon to execute people who participated in a murder but didn't actually kill anyone. When i was teaching my class at central present. There were two people who had been involved in some kind of a robbery that had ended in a murder and in both cases. They got the death penalty as the compasses. The actual shooter the one who did the killing not if the death penalty and that is actually pretty common. The happen is bizarre but it does happen a lot here. It just goes to show how much the attorney that you have matters. And how arbitrary the death penalty As you've got somebody with a good attorney who was the shooter and somebody who a bad attorney who would be accomplished. Then you're gonna wind up loose situation like that it can do with race f. The person who was the shooter was a different race alive. Person may be if you wind up with that kind of outcome and there are lots of other reasons attorney argues mental health or the shooter if sometimes if one person is given the death penalty the lawyer for the kota funding asked to move the trial to another county and if you have different jury than the death penalty is a lot of weird things that go into it in a statement for the two thousand seventeen world day against the death penalty united nations human rights experts commented that people living in poverty a disproportionately affected by the death penalty for many reasons. They're an easy target for the police. They cannot not afford a lawyer. The free legal assistance they might receive is of low quality procuring expert. Evidence is beyond their means. Tracing witnesses is too costly and access to appeals often depends on being able to afford extra council many cannot not afford pale and therefore remain in custody before their trials feather hindering that efforts to prepare an effective defense. You know we started covering the premeditated state-sanctioned murders which is really what the death penalty is. Well we started covering them because you know test. He says it best.
"tessie" Discussed on Psychology of Entrepreneurship
"Like to acknowledge are traditional custodians of country. Where i live and work. I pay my respects to eldest poss- presents and emerging and acknowledged are continuous connection and contribution to land sea and community. You know we are well into twenty twenty one and one of the things that is taking up. A lot of my time is clubhouse. You are on their connect with me. I have never been more social than i've been in the last couple of weeks. My handle is at rawnsley and we have a club on there too. It's called the psychology of entrepreneurship and there are a few members. We have a bunch of followers. That is joining all the time which is insane so jonathan clubhouse rather join me and events on every day. So you know. I'm having some insane conversations on there and just like this show the conversations of blowing my mind and you know these conversations. I would have never had the chance to have if not for clubhouse the platform well speaking of conversations. That are super crazy. If you haven't listened to volumes sixty one through sixty three then well what is and why was it. Something i said. Well you know. The reason i ask is none of those conversations would have happened. If not for. I think it's still ama- journalist and co author of consumer letters voices from the and i would introduce myself to someone in prison. We refer to us. Were prisoner or resident or other than inmate. I would introduce them out. Introduce myself to anyone else now. Just another person okay. So you're a journalist. Cassie and you talk to people that are about to be killed. And before i let s see that and tell us how she got involved in all this. I have to say that. I can't imagine how the activists inside a gives so much to strange's that she met in prison and if i'm really honest and in all honesty i wish that we will all life that to you know family members and the people that we meet every day just treat them like we would treat anyone else but i in two thousand fourteen. I had this extraordinary opportunity to teach a writing class to people on death row. And i walked in and i remember being really air the first time in sort of unsure what i was doing in a room of about twenty men who all been convicted of murder But i wanted to teach them how to write about their pasts. I'll they got to prison. What kind of world. They had gone through since they had been there. And as i started working with the guys and listening to their writing and helping them with their writing. I was just so captivated at the amount of that they had done and the amount of self reflection that they had done they had been in prison. I hadn't really expected that. Use a lot of wisdom and insight. So i wrote a letter to the local newspaper editorial and i published it Basically talking about the humanity of people. I have witnessed on death row and about a week. After published that letter i received return response from warden of the present telling me that my services were no longer required. Cancelled my class you know. We are blessed to be talking with these amazing humans. Because whoa you know they have to watch what they say because well Twenty one jump straight was forced to drop the charges because you forgot to read him his miranda rights. What possible reason is. They're not doing the only thing you have to do when arresting someone. I did read him his right. I did a version of that. Do you even know the miranda rights. Yes when we we got a lot of stuff to do you go ahead. You're going anywhere you time. I have probably push it back. Go ahead it's four. Declamatory sentences followed by a question for a total of fifty seven words. it's obviously starts with you. Have the right to remain silent born and then It sounds something like this. Do you have the right to remain an attorney. Did you say that you have the right to be an attorney you do. The miranda rights are phrases. We all recognize. We'll anyone watches movies anyway They are better explained. He'll speak up to invoke your right to remain silent. What are the miranda warnings in nineteen sixty six in the case of miranda versus arizona. Supreme court held that the police must advise a suspect in custody of his constitutional rights before questioning that suspect. These rights secured by the fifth and sixth amendments to the constitution. Are you have the right to remain silent. Any statement you make can and will be used as evidence against you in court. You have the right to consult with a lawyer and to have the lawyer present. During the interrogation affordable a lawyer may be appointed to represent you and no cost to you. Be careful what you say because the things you say can be used against you now. Since putting this volume together it has been brought to my attention that the miranda rights only applied to police questioning interrogation fourteen days after interest but there is such a thing as self incrimination and it happens more often than you think so tessie what they say to me and it'd be used against them. I mean they have to be really careful every single one at the case. That's still on the view.
"tessie" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"I ran for president in 1976% most effective supporter, Understanding but decades he has been my loyal and dedicated friend. Show has experience character and bring us together. We're still standing is uncertain times Nobody realizes that many American lives to save the state. These are mash and Tessie recommended about matters. Joe Biden must be on next. Yeah, he must says, says the guy who led to the complete downfall of the Middle East in many ways. Really good stuff there from from a guy who was hobnobbing with Hamas and talking about their wonders in the not too distant past. Also, we got some John Kerry's wedding. I'm always excited when we get John Kerry. I'm the only one that nobody likes John Kerry. So the sad, sad news for John Kerry is that his face is utterly collapsed. He used to be on ly about 2 ft. Long Now he's gonna complete Easter Island. Head as John Kerry. A mudslide in the Hollywood Hills. Is that face that I thought about running for president this time around by the way after that 2004 debacle. So John Car arrive to explain. We need people who stand up for American troops like may rip them as war criminals suggested the day after day in a member, a manner reminiscent of genders calm That's direct quote from John Kerry, circa the 19 seventies. In the winter soldier Testimony, bring electrodes to generals, cutting off ears and noses. That's our troops. The worst people on Earth also My son for the troops. The troops are our best people. You should listen to me about what troops want. After all, what they love. Most of all is when I slandered them. There was John Cara. This is the bottom line. Our interests, our ideals and our brave men and women in uniform can't afford four more years of Donald Trump. Our troops can't get out of harm's way by hiding in the White House bunker. They need a president who will stand up for them. And President Biden will When I hear about people standing up for the troops, I think this this month for sure for sure. Then John Kerry came out. It was like when Trump goes overseas. It's a blooper reel. As opposed to when you go overseas, and you just kiss asked to the Iranians As opposed to when you go overseas in you just allow the Iranians to seize Crimea and Syria. As opposed when you go overseas, and Vice President Biden goes overseas to the USA and is forced to apologize because you're so bad at this. Here's John Kerry were secretary of state in American history. Donald Trump inherited a growing economy in a more peaceful world. And like everything else he inherited, he bankrupted it. When this president goes overseas, it isn't a good will. Mission is a blooper reel. He breaks up with our allies and writes love letters to dictators. America deserves a president who has looked up to not laughed at. Okay. No one was more laughed at by America's enemies. Then Barack Obama, who's seen as a pushover because he was a pushover, in fact. You'll only laugh it from because of his foibles because he says silly things. But they laughin when Trump is slapping sanctions on the Chinese, which is why the Chinese are trying to get your Biden elected. Iranians have not been laughing at Donald Trump. They've been studiously attempting to get Joe Biden elected. We'll get two more from the DNC at night, too. In just one second folks, you keep asking me then what can I help do to save the country? That's November? Well, America itself is in many ways on the ballot are Freedom's free enterprise system, the future of the country. And the 2020 election. It was about turnout. It always is. Democrats are opponents. They have their get out the vote machine..
Where did Davy Crockett die
"For coffee lovers today's mystery. Well, this industry Gabi Crockett on March six. Eighteen thirty six Mexican forces stormed the Alamo afford I like old mission in San Antonio where some two hundred rebellious Texans had been holed up for weeks, the battle was over in less than two hours leaving. Great. Texas heroes like Jim Buoy, James Butler Bonham, and William Travis dead among the defenders that day was Davy Crockett former congressman legendary hundred scowl, and teller of tall tales according to sell accounts Crockett died in. A battle that according to others. He was one of a handful of men captured and later executed what really happened while there's the battle and Aaron Lace, the myth and mystery. But exactly who was Davy Crockett he was born in Tennessee. Eight seven, hundred, eighty, six as a young man he was indentured by his father to pay off debts once they were paid in full he was finally allowed to leave home. Although he was voted into Congress, no one knows where he was educated yet he was articulate understood politics and could play the fiddle Crockett's true claim to fame prior to his death at or around. The Alamo was just a hunter in his youth tessie was still a wilderness out one time. He supplied food through skills of hunting for an entire army. While in Congress, he opposed add Jackson's argument to relocate local Indians. Congress. Crockett became a freemason. He spent time in his entire legislative career fighting for the rights of impoverished settlers who felt dangled on the precipice of losing title to their land. Due to the states complicated system of grants. He introduced a resolution to abolish the United States Military Academy at West. Point. New. York because he felt that it was public money going to benefit the sons of wealthy men. He spoke out against Congress giving a hundred thousand dollars to the widow of Stephen Decatur citing the congress was not. Empowered to do that, he opposed Andrew Jackson Eighteen thirty Indian removal act and was the only member of the Tennessee delegation to vote against it. Chief John Ross, sent him a letter on January thirteenth eighteen, thirty one expressing his thanks for Crockett's vote is what was not popular with his own district and he was defeated in the eighteen thirty one election by William, Fitzgerald and here's a quote. I told the people of my district that I would serve them as faithfully as I had done before. But if not. They might go to hell and I would go to Texas history tells us that Ab Crockett went to Texas but not alone he brought with him. Thirty one tells C. Determined to join the fray if the predicted revolution were breakout Texas at the time was part of Mexico. So all background decide where to Davy Crockett died a letter, the surface in nineteen, fifty, five described house seven men were taken prisoner and. And the CROCK was one of them. But there are three accounts assay otherwise, WanNa cal survivor of a Texan whose husband was killed in the battle. She said that she saw Davy Crockett spotty inside the Alma the second account came from a slave who also spared was said to have seen Davy Crockett body within the walls. So the Alamo, the third account was from Francisco on. Tony Rhys, the mayor of San. Antonio who safely behind the Mexican lines in the battle began and had a good vantage point to witness what happened before the arrival. Of the Mexican army, he had met Davy Crockett civilians of San Antonio in the defenders of the Alamo mingled freely before the battle he said that after the battle Saana ordered him to point out the bodies of Crockett, Travis and boy crock he said had fallen in battle on the west side of the Alamo grams near Fort. This
"tessie" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast
"Is cigarettes theme from Street. Fighter two this is arranged. For the Gameboy composed and arranged by CEO obey. I liked this version of it. Actually cool right like it's like I don't know it's it's a chip tuning sound to it. But it still has that weird time signature. But it's all condensed. It's a lot shorter. It's a waste shorter but it still has a kind of cool jazzy keyboard solo in there as a little cool jazzy. Jeff Yeah yes. You're against Bob. Say the Tessie Jeff actually fight. Bob Saiga I'm sure he did in some fantasy I'm thinking about. Was it celebrity boxing? You ever watched celebrity boxing celebrity boxing celebrity death now boxing. There was actually a boxing. Yeah Yeah Yeah. It was a Ron Polillo. And he fought somebody four dude. He finally and he did not do well. I don't even picture how celebrity boxing show could work. Well at all like many stars out there willing to go into the ring and box who they were not they were not in good shape. It was a round Polillo and Dustin diamond. Actually what doesn't die? We noticed screech versus Hor Shak. So if you talk about that that's okay sweetie in the ring now he fight squalor squeaky with Oh yeah I mean also squeeze Ernest Shirley again for bringing freenet back Anyway for more information on the bonus round part of our show good rhythm pixels dot com. And we'll have links to all the artists band camps and sound clouds and everywhere where you can buy the music and support the artists and support the squids..
"tessie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Because you know growing up we called here but let's see you know wait wait your time isn't it did we caught a tush well tush is another one or two a she but then there's Tessie right now I'm looking off with distance you Nina save searches on the earth see you allow this keyboard is over here yes very loud mostly old doesn't look like it is with Jeez here scary when they C. two C. urban dictionary and is another wait read it Steve Hey Steve what does the world with okay don't read it Steve really please the reader someone needs a smack you Ryan don't read it Steve Kerr let's talk about movies by the way we got an email from Douglas another email our last two emails regarding Ryan this one captured anyone caps lock on the whole thing subject and message caps lock grouch is your subject message Ryan really drill sergeant no punctuation that's a Mike dropping out it's like I got time for this your ruffling the feathers today right yeah of the fellas I guess I guess they're intimidated by how much I command and wrist the mandatory here on the don and Steve show and how much my position is respected me threatening to some icy you need a weekend off I will do you good I need a weekend off yeah you need a weekend off yeah weekend off we all need a weekend off everybody here can you take the weekend off okay all of you I came across this article today suggesting that groundhog day is actually a horror movie and always has been yeah have you watch groundhog day since the Florentine started no it's really become very popular at the beginning of their suspect right up in the Atlantic at the beginning of the quarantine the movies that were sort of had spiked in popularity work contagion Donna you watch contagion I did it was very good outbreak in things like that but as time has gone on more people have moved away from that and the thing in safe into groundhog day because every day sort of starting to feel like the day before we were just talking about that last night house or is it well that's what's kind of exhausting is just the repetition like there isn't nothing is changing yes it says if somebody's talking in a in monotone and reading of an entire book with no inflection that's how it feels yes exactly indeed this is the point of groundhog day now that you know they're kind of tongue in cheek saying that this is a horror movie all along because now that we're living this we're experiencing what it's like to feel like you're living in time that is less defined than it used to be all right but it's I thought they did an interesting job of writing up so it's in it's a pretty quick article but they talk about how it starts with this oh my gosh well I'm stuck in this same day and then he thinks that great that life has no consequences he meets up with some guys at a bowling alley in there like would it be something if you could live the same day there'd be no consequences you could do anything and then he turns his life into just self serving whatever I wanna do is what I'm gonna do and he's not able to actually break out of the cycle of day after day until he starts to live for others instead of for himself selfish in the middle of doing all this stuff and he's trying to take advantage of people trying to steal monies Robbin banks doing all this stuff until he then starts to realize I need to live for other people and then that breaks him out of the rough but the horror component of it is the idea of thinking that it would be cool if you just got to relive the day over and over and there are no consequences meaning at the beginning of the quarantine you're like oh cool I can wake up later I don't have to put pants on for work all of these what feel like freedoms at the beginning turning to trappings as time goes on and the monotony of it all sort of blending together starts to become rather overwhelming mentally so they were saying if in terms of your own personal mental health if you're starting to feel like you're a lot worse off now than you were say week two of all of this there's good reason for that yeah okay means one of my favorite movies I don't remember what it was about I can't all I remember is the alarm clock going off I got you Babe comes on then the alarm song and then I remember the concertante Phil saying yes Andy McDowell and then from there I don't know what this movie's about end and Bill Murray is a curmudgeonly Pittsburgh weatherman who's been sent out to punks a tiny to cover groundhog day yet again you can tell he's just over the B. there's no appeal to him going out there and then they get stuck out there because of a snowstorm and and then when he wakes up the next day he realizes oh my gosh it's the same day again it feels like the radios just replaying the old show but then he looks out his window and punks a tiny which is alive and bustling one day a year is alive and bustling and then he starts realizing wait a minute every day I keep waking up it's the same day and that's when he starts to experiment with if you could live the same day over and over and over again what would you do with it would you do use it to just serve yourself or is the movie eventually would you find a way to better yourself for the betterment of others along it's a great though that you know what Steve guess what I'm doing right now it too yes it's the live I I just love this movie I think it's got a real good close you feel to it doesn't play so well in may but I think it plays well in the quarantine so groundhog day is a groundhog or heart disease the it is ground hog day and I think that's that yeah and that's the name of the movie as well K. holiday in the movie which reminds me behind speaking of movies that don't play well in may every year usually after Christmas my wife and I will watch my favorite holiday movie which is the holiday non Santa it's my favorite non Santa holiday movie with Jack black in Cambodia's Jude law Kate Winslet yeah and with the outstanding could one of the coziest movie scores of all time by the wonderful Hans Zimmer and and we have a watch that and now it's may it's going to be seventy two on Saturday seventy four on Sunday said it was going to be seventy five today Hey Donna Hey you want me to do I don't know maybe look at today's Chaska on my phone not not always reliable let me be clear high of seventy eight today there you go seventy three tomorrow seventy one on Sunday back into the fifties and sixties next week really yes sorry bout all right that's that's alright that's Minnesota the way we roll or to take a break don't forget John Donna and honest owner Steve coming up at eleven thirty today I this one I think is going to be a little bit on the longer side have do we know anything about it all I know is it's over six minutes Randall boy then after after we do that at eleven thirty will get into some Facebook answers to the question tell us about a time he accidentally made a big Ole mess I brewed coffee this morning that when all over the kitchen cabinets the floor under the refrigerator you have to put the pot off the coffee pot has to be there that's right all right we'll get to that coming up later but we have a study when we return momentarily only eighteen percent of us wake up feeling blankets a sleep study we get into it next on don and Steve get your laughs after lunch or anytime.
"tessie" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And Wendy on WGN. Still f it's Wendy Snyder guesses. Kate Mulgrew, you know, whereas an accomplished actor she has written another book a great book how to forget daughter's memoir about her parents, and what she went through is, as their health deteriorated a lot of love for you. By the way, on the text line, Kate many, many people saying they can't wait to read the book and I just wanna add your voice is second to none. You just got the most wonderful voice. Yeah, you're welcome. We were talking off the air. You were you made this pact with your mother. And you guys had a great relationship. But did you know everything we're there's some secrets that you didn't know? Did you have a really close relationship well vary? But after the contract was made that I would be her mother and whatever incarnation sheet suspected that would take place in certain secrets were not only revealed, but a shared, and I was privy to think that probably should not. I know that I should not have been privy to and I've kept them locked in the vault for, for many, many years until I could no longer contain them and the depth of the profundity of them, and this sort of serious, and the, the dangerousness of them was significant enough for me to say to you now, Wendy and looking at you and saying, I won't keep a secret now said. Don't ask me to, you know too much. And then you just kind of get really, really nervous about the bearing of those secrets. She has a lot of inner feelings, my mother. She had a lot of profound frustration. And when my the second sister to die Tessie. You lost two sisters who took two years. She was diagnosed at twelve of a brain tumor asked her sack SICOM inoperable. That's the thing, the fractured the family and the marriage and certainly my mother. So if you put it all together. She was born without a mother while her mother died in childbirth. Right. And then she was sent off to school. What can the book, I say taught her how to forget because that's where she met Jean Kennedy, in her life was saved. But still without a mother, she struggled through life, then she marries Tom Mulgrew. She meets to Chicago and they moved to. And she proceeds to have eight children sequentially. She buries Maggie who is three months old and then tender eleven years later, she buries Tessie of a brain tumor in between. She has a number of miscarriages and pregnancies, and she has migraines for years, which I, which I bear witness to. So all of this is blunting her brain, which was believe me, an exceptional organ was terrific. He would be a great thinker of racial, reader striving, always in the quest for God. She's sitting in the pew at church at church Catholic mass priests just carrying on with children's spread out helter skelter in the pew, and she'd be reading Spinosa. The other, you know you could see the women looking at my mother. Dowling who is she? She doesn't deserve that. Good. TJ. But I think blow after blow after blow dealt to her brain sort of resulted in this is an amateur, amateur diagnosis, and what we call now Alzheimer's disease. Yeah. You have children of your own. What did your mother teach you to do or to not do as a mother? She taught me not to play favorites. With me and do that. She used to look at all. I mean everybody was just desperate for attention. And she'd say, I love you all, but I like some of you better than. And you know who you are? You're saying, but we were meant to laugh about that. I don't know how funny that is. Certainly not when you're aids then you do anything for chrome of your mother's attention. She was an eccentric woman. She was unexpected. And she certainly did not think she was going to have eight children. No, it was too much. Yeah. It's batik Gammon woman. It's meant to be an artist a free thinker. She was bohemian thinker. My father got her couldn't believe that he'd won this prize. He wanted her passionately in love. I have his love letters. That's what this book came out of as I sat in the wintertime in Ireland, tears, streaming down my cheeks, reading these letters. How deeply he left her how much he wanted her? So I don't know that it was reciprocated Kate, what you just said. Isn't that what every offspring hopes to hear about their parents, that there was that deep of a love? That's that's such a compliment sip recoil. Yeah. Wanted to be at least balanced. I mean, you don't you don't mind if one is left bit more than the that's also good. I mean it can work work and is usually the way of love. I don't know if you guys are in love or have somebody or what it usually by degree. Somebody loves somebody a little bit more and people love to say, but it changes. No, it doesn't really change. Somebody loves somebody more is what I really think, and I think he loved her more. And I think as years passed and Tessie died and Maggie died, and she can get the things that she needed. She began to disappear from him. And so, I think when he died, he was actually probably relieved. Well, probably. All right. So you have this packed with your mother to be her mother. You also the mother to all the women and orange is the new black. So you took that role and made it work for you. They say that, don't they? Yes. That's, that's fine too. A handful of that clear. I called the my drives the ones that I loved, but I think Kalina red recipe cough was. Very vivid creature. She her intention in jail. I think she took the fall for her family. I let it be said. Once we got involved in the Russian mob. And I punched that women's tit, couldn't pay the fifty grand to the Russian mobster. Right. Then I had to go to jail because Dimitri, my husband, my near Duale good for nothing has been couldn't do anything. He had to stay behind in cleans and run the deli with my three cents. Also couple of year. Three losers. I take it. I go to jail, and I say to myself going to survive this, but I'm going to survive it with some excellent. I'm gonna walk out of this prison with my head held by and I'm going to take that kitchen going to transform it into something believable. And that's what red tried to do in the process, I loved, but if you watch closely if you cross the line with wrecked you're out of the picture. Loyalty means something. Well, yes. Killed. You know, I mean there was a serious parameters. Was drawn by red. There were some rumors going around after Carrie Fisher passed away that some fans thought that you would make a good general lay in the upcoming Star Wars films. But then they decided not to go with that, were, you aware of that? Would you have taken that role I was completely? But I'm aware outerwear, all of it. I mean I love it when I hear these things now I was not aware of that. Would you have taken it probably? That's. Very different kettle of fish talking about Star Wars versus start rights may Star Trek gapped. It don't that's gonna get feedback. To a Star Wars fan. So I know that. And so he should be Allegiant to his face do like them both can like them both. Cal. Button. What's going on here? What are you proudest of careerwise? What have you done that makes you really? Yeah. The hardest work not only did I change or make Hollywood history history, the first female captain of a starship. But and Patrick Stewart says, is to meet at the end of the first week, I met him at the craft service table, and I said, just overwhelming, the tech apple the eighteen hour days. How are we gonna get through? He said, I control you, if you simply look at the work and do it say to yourself, every day I should do my very best, you'll walk away from this proud of the anything else. And indeed, I. Wow. That's why captains are so territorial don't like to talk about each other. We don't wanna meet each. Do you know was his ship? This is my ship. It's tough. It's a huge accomplishment bringing him back. Right. He's doing another. Convention last year in Vegas on stage. Would you do it if they approached you and said, we want to bring janeway back, would you do it again? I don't know tough call. I'm not sure about what didn't we talk about this just before we went on the air. I don't know about revival. Yeah, I'm not so sure about that, isn't my short enough there. There are so many things to visit aren't there. Yes. And now I'm at an age as you can see with your eyes in my middle age getting quite up there. I want to explore what it is to do. Fine. Character work to that end. I am playing a psychopathic info maniacal pedophile right now. I'm Mr. Mercedes. Absolutely unrecognizable. Nobody's allowed to watch it. On honor to meet you, as we said, when you first walked in the room, Wendy, and I have loved, you work forever, and you certainly don't disappoint. You guys are great. Book is available wherever you get your local books, Amazon Emmer served, your website, Kate Mulgrew dot com. Kate Mulgrew how to forget a daughter's memoir fantastic work can absolutely up. It up a little break. Some news and then more show, it's Bill and Wendy on WGN. The most dangerous place for women. Is where where do you think? The what place.
"tessie" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Your chance are Tessie fans okay with that, though, because I mean, this is a proud program, does not like to admit it has been irrelevant for more than ten years. Well, I think you're kind of casual fans probably aren't but I think some of the more, you know, the more logical fan, some of the real, you know, you say hardcore, you think crazy, but I think some of more hardcore fans are actually come in the more realistic in some cases, and I think they see where things have to go. I think they have logic to them. Now you're casual everyday Joe he's. Going to see that power t on the helmet and he's going to expect, you know, ten wins, or everything sucks. That's just how they're going to thing. But I think when you talk to the average, you know, just kind of the, the more logical people, I think they know where this thing is they know college football. I'm gonna give him credit for that. They watch other teams. They watched Georgia. Bama, they watched the Florida's. You know how states they see what talent looks like and they know that they don't have that right now. So I think they do have they kinda just kinda grit their teeth and bear it and kinda think that okay let's just get this get some stability back in this program because unless you go get a Cam Newton. You're not gonna go from terrible the great and one year. You're not you're just doesn't happen. And so I think that they knew that this was going to be a case where they gotta get better. You know, they gotta get better a frontline scrimmage or or else. It's going to be more than a three year project. That's where they've got to get better because I think they have enough that skill position to get the chance. Was in in watching and observing, Jeremy Pruitt if there was one thing that you've been able to discern that makes you believe in feel this program will eventually get done in a big way. What is it? I think it's his his his private calorie, Paul, if that's a good word. I, I think that he sees things for what they are. I don't think he's going. I don't think he's a he's a smoke blower. I, I don't think he's a guy who believes in the impossible. I think he's a guy who knows exactly how far they have to go. And he knows that there's only one way to do that. And that's just to keep working and I think he gives them a chance. He doesn't make excuses. He doesn't tolerate them. He, he knows what good football looks like you knows, but grateful ball. Looks like and now after the past year, he knows what bad football looks like. And I think that gives you some perspective on knowing just how far you have to go because I'm sure he was a little overconfident when he came to Tennessee who wouldn't be look at his resume, I it's, it's just ridiculous. But when you look at what you have, and then you finally see, okay? When, when I what I have goes against Bama, Georgia. This is what happens. I think he sees that he knows that. Right now. And I just I think every time I go talk to the guy and every time I talked to people about the guy they seem to be of the opinion that he does have a pretty good idea. What he's doing any. He doesn't know something he's not. He doesn't shy away from saying. I don't know that I'm gonna get someone who does. So I, I think going out and looking at the hires like Jim Chaney higher. He made great hire that guys always had good offenses. He takes whatever he has at his disposal, and he makes something successful out of it. So I think this guy is making moves to me that the Kate he has an idea what he's doing. I don't guarantee anything. I don't think there's any guarantees right now. But I think this guy gives them a better chance than its predecessor did. Good stuff. Great stuff, west Rucker joining us, thank you west, we'll talk. We'll stay in touch. See. In any time, Paul, you know that you're listening to Paul finebaum.
Spare the Rodrigo: Philippine elections
"Philippine voters will head to the polls for mid-term legislative elections. More than eighteen thousand government positions are up for grabs including around three hundred seats in the house of representatives and twelve slots in the Senate in a political system where personality Trump's party some see the ballot as a popularity test for the country's firebrand leader Rodrigo Detaille if his loyalists do well, the president will be able to consolidate his power. Mr. deter take was elected in two thousand sixteen. I win so press crime group the. Nothing. Anti-establishment populist. He promised hardline policies. Three years into his term. He's delivered. He launched a bloody war on drug crime. Dead bodies are being recovered from the streets in Manila. And in one notorious speech even likened himself to Hitler. Loss of third three million. Is three million three million. That'd be happy to slot. Person. Do say is an abrasive character whose son some international opprobrium for all his campaign against drugs, which is turned into a RAV murderous free for all that's killed thousands of people John MacLean reports for the economist from nila, he's less well-known for determined efforts to to peace with was than separatists of south of the Philippines, while at the same time being tough on those who get together with Islamic state and also for his efforts to dial down the confrontation with China over territory in the South China Sea and today Filipinos will go to vote in midterm elections. Why are those elections important for Mr. dude? Jose miss deters has three years left of his single six-year term, and like go presidency needs support of congress to keep governing effectively. Now, he has been quite covering his first year. Years in office in getting most of the legislation he needed urge of the these tax reform program of infrastructure building, which will help keep the economy growing fast. So he has less need of congress in the second half is too, but it's still useful to have to govern affected. Well, I mean, what's sort of changes are in prospect for the second half of his term. Watching needs to do is congress positive the second half of tax reform measure, which will do the economy a world of good Congress's help is also needed in his project to also the constitutions were placed the unitary state with a federal system. Why did Mr. detach? They want to change the nature of governance, essentially, he wants to make sure that the peace plan for the Muslim areas of the Philippines will stand up to the scrutiny of the supreme court. Now, there is a chance the supreme court will declare that these unconstitutional simple answer to that problem. Of course, it's the change in the constitution. Back is the main reason for Mr. turkeys eagerness for federal system. And how popular is he with this program of tax reform and infrastructure and an ambitious peace plan. How's he doing in? The polls wish to do. He has had consistently high ratings in all kinds of England polls satisfaction with his government popularity everything and he's not so much. He's policies that making popular, but he's personality. And I mean, the thing that's we often hear most outside the Philippines is about this brutal crackdown on drug dealers. And the like is that a popular policy is that contributing to his popularity. Well, there are certainly misgivings on many Filipinos about how this campaign is conducted. But in general is perception the crime on seats who's fallen so yes, he's policy has public approval. But it's very qualified public approval. Is there truth to that is crime genuinely down or is it? The very public very visible nature of this crackdown. Kind of contributing to the sense that crime is down crime figures in of the crime figures and many other parts of the world. They say what the police want them to say if he's a section that the streets are safer on the other hand, the campaign against drugs is a very bloody. It said it's so it was not so much a case if these, nurses the criminals, but it's more of a war on drug dealers and predictors of the drug dealers among the police, so it's a free for all where no one knows exactly where they stand and in the event that Mr. Tetteh and his allies are triumphant in this election. We'll vet get worse. You think certainty that will be next affective criticism of the campaign against drugs, but it will carry on anyway. And in that election. I mean who are the credible threats then to Mr. detained and his allies opposition coalition. Who's made the mistake of painting? This election is a referendum on Mr. do. Tessie? Now, the opinion polls show them that the president is popular. That's only one of the senatorial candidates in the opposition is likely to win a seat. Bam Aquino who belongs to the Aquino clan. But is provided to presidents Philippines. Now, political dynasties are big factor in Philippine politics. And another interesting character to watch we'll be Mr. do Turkey's own daughter who is the man of his hometown. She's only session to attain a post. But whether we're seeing him start of a new let's go on the national stage remains to be seen. I think it's highly unlikely that tattoo tech table. We'll step onto the national stage anytime soon, so what do you think? Then we'll we'll have it in this election will Mr. Detaille and his loyalists keep their majorities. Yes. Mr. if you touch there will retain a degree of control of congress. How long that control will lust though is another matter OE politics in the? Philippines is transactional. The president. Is the phones will patronage congress gives the president's support in return for government spending in that constituencies that loyalty to the president's can change quickly. Suddenly when the president tends to become a lame duck is he does towards the end of his term. But for now, you think Mr. Detaille is is safe for the next year or two years. Yes. He's sake towards the end of his term. He will suddenly become laying as it would be. John. Thank you very much for joining us.
"tessie" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Two says by claims the government has killed two protesters this week and May Day organizers in LA of change the day's theme from resistance to persistence, many of these workers have been marching the past two years with anti-trump energy, but Trillo organizer, Dan. Okay. Says that's changing as embracing the power that we've created through resistance and just reflecting that tyrod to the community. Trillo Tessie Borden says victories during the midterm elections of lifted away from the March. Now what we're doing is celebrating the the triumphs have had so far hundreds of people marched yesterday afternoon. Two and a half miles from MacArthur park to city hall in LA, Kris Ankarlo, KFI news from the southern California Toyota dealers traffic center, we make it easy. We've got an issue now on the six oh five. That's finally getting a little better. It is in Norwalk on the six five north right at the one oh five had couple lanes blocked here. Now, everything is clear, so always are open still busy from rosecrans, but that should dissipate shortly mid city, Los Angeles, ten west at Washington have this crash investigation. Still going on the right lane is shutdown, but you can exit at Washington if you need to that offramp has reopened the backup is getting a little better. It's adver Mont. All the alternates are also all filled up. So that's just going to be an ugly ride. Serita ninety one east at Studebaker. Reckon the carpool and left lane slowing down at cherry zoo, set to ten westbound at citrus wreck in the carpool and the middle traffic lane that jam up at the fifty seven you see any of these things or anything else. Give us a call. The route seventy time traffic line is eight eight eight five hundred five thousand three KFI in the sky helps get you there faster. I'm.
News in Brief 24 April 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations, although against civilians are continuing to suffer high levels of casualties due to ongoing conflict rates are at their lowest levels since the beginning of twenty thirteen. That's according to figures released on Wednesday by the UN assistance mission in Afghanistan Unum, which documented five hundred eighty one civilian death is in one thousand one hundred ninety two injured during the first three months of this year that represents a twenty three percent drop for the same period last year driven by a fall in the number of suicide attacks as well as an unusually harsh winter unanimous that it was very concerned by the continuing targeting of civilians in an increase in casualties from the use of non suicide explosives by anti-government elements. There was also a significant increase in casualties due to aerial in search operations, which led to an uptick in casualties at two hands of pro government forces afternoon Tessie four day visit to Silicon Valley in California. The went High Commissioner for human rights. Michelle Basch Lee has hurt all states to adopt a smart mix of measures to regulate new technologies finding a smart mix digital networked environment. He's particularly challenging and requires innovative thinking Misbach said on Wednesday heading that regulation needs to be flexible and capable of evolving to address the changing needs of this sector, highlighting the urgency of finding solutions to some of the major threats to human rights posed by technological advances. The union rights chief said that technology, can and should be all about progress. But she warned that usually invasive powers were being unleashed. By tech innovation which do incalculable damage without enough checks. May specially also announced the project to help technology companies incorporate established international human rights principles into their work in finally U N High Commissioner for refugees Filippo Grandi issued a statement on Wednesday expressing his deep shock and thorough. Over this relentless attacks on Easter day in the rising death toll UNHCR chief said he felt encouraged by the outpouring of solidarity in calls for unity from all corners of the world. Adding that violent extremism must not divide us. Mr. Grandi said the agency would stand by the government in people of Sri Lanka a country that has offered protection to refugees of diverse religions in nationalities at the same time as it continues to recover from its own experience of division and conflict during its long, civil war and Carmel. You're news.
"tessie" Discussed on Celluloid Junkies Film Podcast
"I guess you're the best looking gal we've seen around here now long time, I think. Soon. I think I've seen down here. Thank you. It's a nice compliment. And I'm going to tell my husband I've met with your prove. Well. Oh boy. Me, I'm going to have more money you ever thought of having, but it's wonderful to you should do the Isley. Did the. And I and feet. Tessie vic. This is no cook. You shoulda shot that fellow a long time ago. Nice to rich to kill..
"tessie" Discussed on WBAI
"This out. Check this out now. Would you be offended? If there was a baseball team called the Zulu cannibal giants. That's right. Would you be offended or a team? Call the clowns. You know, what they exist? Those were real teams back in nineteen thirty four. Okay. The Zulu cannibal giants was a baseball team coming out from Indianapolis, Indiana, had a feeling this was okay. Opioid clowns was a team that came also that came out of somewhere in western Pennsylvania. I wanna see some brothers out. They wearing those jersey, you know. And so the thing is let's say over those previous who's going to be the first one to step up. So those people that where the Washington football team gear and saying that's not a big deal. And if you spill that does Ulu cannibal giants is somehow offensive, then you just lost the point you you. Dissidence I love to see a little league team. And then they son come child comes home and says that's the name of our team to head. You know, come out and support the, you know, never say never about these times because I think the the beauty and the curse of this time that we live in is that a lot of that a lot of that visceral hatred of visceral prejudice is bubbling up. It's always been on the surface. Let's be real about this is always existed. But it, but we, but we like to cuddle last cells and believe that everything is gonna be alright because this individuals is president at that time is because because let's be real about this, folks. Just because there was a president that had the had some melanin did not mean that they were not going to push and continue to push the white supremacist mindset. The hell you say Reggie, what are you talking about? He's the he's the next coming. Now than ever, you know, there's a reason why he was called deported and chief now mind, you always got to an always have to are always have to preface this with a disclaimer with me saying this what you're talking about. Well, with me saying this does not mean that I don't like the dude that is residing in the White House today that does not mean that I liked this guy. And you're putting down the army. You know, all those things that said, let's. We'll be real about the the the mindset and the systemic. Process that this country has been created let you know, whether the person is black rather the person is right red yellow. As long as this capitalist system exists. White supremacy will reign supreme regardless because why that well it's because of the people that are donating to politicians and individuals. They will continue to much now for someone like a Bernie Sanders was the exception to the rule when he took he when he did not take a corporate money or or the presidential candidate than I'm really excited about Tessie Galbraith tells C Gabbard like that who is doing taking a a Bernie point of view. Okay on certain definite. Okay. Well, she's she's a Polynesian sister of serenely from she's from Hawaii. What's different about her that she ran? She actually went in a tour.
"tessie" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"In Tampa. So is his wife, my wife, and I both not getting paid this this paycheck so hits twice as hard. I have a mortgage. I have daycare that aim to pay any to get two vehicles to and from work. That's the way it is for so many federal airport employees at Tampa international airport. Some of those workers are speaking out angry that the president and lawmakers they say keep digging in their heels in a political tug of war at the expense of federal employees, and in spite of the lack of pay transportation security officer Ralph Velazquez says most of those individuals are on the job anyway, keeping travelers safe. We continue to show up to work because we know what's at stake. A we don't come to work. We're going to have another nine eleven that's the bottom line in Tampa. Sharon, Parker, NewsRadio WFL a President Trump ban. Republicans offering a compromise to end the government shutdown three years of deportation protection for the children of the illegals in exchange for Trump's wall. So far Democrats say no deal the GOP consider. Plan b majority leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate will vote on the president's proposal to fund the government and border security. It's a measure not expected to pass minority leader Chuck Schumer. There's only one piece of legislation that has a chance at arriving at the president's desk. And that is for the Senate to take up and pass any of the appropriations bills already passed by the house in a bit of a reversal McConnell will allow that proposal to be voted on. But he's against it. And the president is likely to veto it, even if it does pass the Senate Bill Rakoff CBS news, Capitol Hill. The hills sheriff's office says speed was a factor in a traffic crash that took the life of a teenager earlier this month. Chad chronicler says deputy Philip Tessie was traveling northbound on Florida avenue the evening of January eleventh when he noticed a teen on a bike dashing across Florida avenue Ronald says Montana. He didn't see the fifteen year old, and I upon I- Pinner was running behind his friend. The deputy takes.
"tessie" Discussed on Only A Game
"Fiona Tessie grew up in a slum income Compal Uganda. She had to drop out of school when she was six years old. But then she discovered a talent that promise to turn everything around not just for her. But for her family her story was so inspiring Disney even made a movie about it. As I leave Neil reports. Things didn't turn out. Exactly the way everyone expected. Here's the part. If you own a new testy store, you might know from the Disney movie Queen of Koch way. Kilos new someone tomorrow. Several she grew up in cut Wayne Compal is largest slum. Her dad died when she was a toddler starting at a young age. She and her siblings had to sell maize on the street instead of going to school my life like it was just surviving funen her siblings. Also had to do all the work around the house cooking cleaning. They hated it. So when it was time to do the chores, they'd go into a room in their house where they'd have a fistfight to see who had to do the work. If you a says they had a name for that room. We called it. It was on. So the personal loss had to everything. Funicello those fights with her brothers shaped what happened next. When she was nine she found out about a chess club in the neighborhood. If you learn how to play chess, you could get a free meal, and I went for the food, but she started to get good at the game one day. She beat everyone at the club. Except for one person the player who at the time was the reigning champion Fiona and the champion faced off all the other kids gathered around the board to watch Fiona remembers there being about sixty of them voice on him. Like, how kinda go be to you come out that the boy didn't allow feeling to win? But she wasn't on the less funicello after that. She didn't need to fight with fists anymore. She fought with nights Brooks and ponds of though in it is. Couldn't bit any of point behold. Buck in Africa, this which trains us, it trains us to be like we women are nothing. One school. They are supposed to be whole my grandmother, not go slow my medical school. She got my which was sixteen the same thing into my sister. She also get when she was sixteen and I try to have daughter. I just signed spring. Just in to cast. You know, like your family will never make it. But after the game, we're gonna beat the cubs chess champion, she felt like she might have a chance to break that curse by using chess. Fiona was shockingly good. She started going to bigger and bigger competitions till by the time. She was a teenager. She was representing Uganda international tournaments. But the doubts would still creep in. When if I went to this new places like I saw a lot of stuff, and I was like I wish I had this. I how this unbanning one ago. Book Cuomo always because I feel like right now, I'm in this expensive, hotter and getting good food at home. We have no food. I'm homeless like I don't have anywhere. My life is interesting never been happy, but funeral is wrong. Her life did start to change. She got a scholarship so she could go back to school, and she wanting tournaments that she attracted the attention of ESPN journalist, Tim Cruthers who wrote a book about her. Here's Cruthers talking about Fiona chest prospects in an interview with only a game back in two thousand twelve. She knows refute on the ladder toward becoming a grandmaster. If she is able to gain a couple of more rungs on that ladder. She becomes a player who earns sponsorship, and so she can actually begin to subsist as a chess player, but that is her goal to be able to get to a point where she can help take her mother her sister. Her two brothers out of Conway and take them to a safer place to live. This is her one special gift it gives her the opportunity to possibly rescue her family from the situation that is so dire at this point. But it wasn't fueled as one special gift that got her family out of the slum. It was her story. She got some money from Cruthers book enough to buy a house for her mom and to ensure that her family wouldn't have to worry about food anymore..