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Fresh update on "the new york post" discussed on Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning
"Well, none of us is a spring chicken around here. And when we grew up on newspapers, I remember waiting and I grew up in upstate New York. And every morning we had the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle and couldn't wait on Fridays, toe rip open the paper and see what the local film critic had to say about the new movie that was going to open up there. And, of course, you grew up in New York City. And your dad must have brought, you know armloads of newspapers home And in the morning it was the afternoon afternoon. Yeah, he he would come home on the subway. He'd always got home by five or 5 30 But you have the New York Post with them, which was an afternoon paper at the time and my brother and I would fight over the sports section, you know, and they would have, you know, in those days, the World Series was played in the afternoon and he would come home with the paper. They'd have the score, and they're in the story about the World Series of a game that was played that afternoon. In the afternoon newspaper. That's how competitive the papers were. Absolutely and Jo Jo You know this. I mean, when you were doing your newscast on the radio, most of your news came from what was in the paper with all the recording that had been done. It's saying us feel I mean, like the I consider the New York Post sort of like the barometer for news. Everybody in the New York market. Goes off The New York Post. Totally totally well. They used to go off The New York Daily News. Founded in 1919. Ah, it's where I began my career as a kid reporter. I'll never forget walking into the lobby of the New York Daily News Building that Art Deco building with a big globe. They're famous from the Superman Christopher Reeve movie. I remember just walking that lobby and seeing the globe and just The gleaming marble of that place and thinking. Oh, my God, I really have arrived. I am working. For one of the most powerful newspapers in the world and sad to say yesterday, The Daily News announced that its closing what's left of its newsroom and I guess people are going to be working from home, but I think it's the beginning of the end of a great newspaper, Our buddy Larry Hackett..
18-Year-Old Dead After Being Stabbed, Set On Fire In The Bronx, New York City
"Died. After he was stabbed, doused with gasoline and set on fire. Yesterday in an apartment building in the Bronx. More from CBS two's Cori James Joseph Romero says it's a noise. He will never forget. One that forced him out of his apartment, not knowing what was going on, and I checked to see what was happening on the first floor. So confused with sound was coming from the the police police say say it it was was coming coming from from four four storeys storeys above, above, where where investigators investigators tell tell us us an an 18 18 year year old old in in the the hallway hallway on on the the fifth fifth floor, floor, was was stabbed stabbed three three times times doused doused with with gasoline. gasoline. Dean Dean and and then then set set on on fire. fire. The The young young man man who who died died has has been been identified identified as as 18 18 year year old old Winston Winston Ortiz Ortiz of of the the Bronx. Bronx. The The suspect suspect got got away away through through a a hallway hallway that that did did not not have have working working surveillance cameras. Tech
Fresh update on "the new york post" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News
"Stipend to employees if they adopt a new pet. New York Post says the zebra is offering the benefit in part to help its workers who've been stuck at home by themselves during the pandemic. The company also offers what they call paternity leave so that workers could get acquainted with their new pets. We'll rake off CBS News. Good morning. I'm Frank, Trainer or top story this morning Campaign 2020 on K Y W News radio. Biden Harris, 2020 kicked off in a joint appearance in Wilmington. And that's where we find k Y W spat lobe. Let me introduce to you for the first time you're next vice President, United States comma Harris. The weird silence that followed. What would have been a huge applause line in normal times underscored the precautions the campaign is taking for covert 19 and made a point of contrast with the Trump administration's response, which both candidates excoriated, blaming it for the economic crash. Harris showed her skill with the singer. He inherited the longest economic expansion in history from Barack Obama and Joe Biden and then like everything else he inherited. He ran it straight into the ground. Having run for the top spot herself, Harris appeared poised and confident. She thanked the women who have paved the way for her to become the first woman of color on a major party ticket. This is a moment of really consequence for America After the speeches, the candidate's spouse is joined them. All four put on masks as they left Pat Lobe K Y. W NewsRadio new reality.
New York - N.J. schools may be able to start all-remote in major reversal of reopening plan
"Governor Phil Murphy has done an about face He's going to allow schools to offer both in person and remote learning CBS's Meg Oliver, if a school district Does not feel at this point that they are not prepared toe open with the health and safety protocols will work with them. The decision to allow district offer remote on Ly learning. Comes after more than 400 teachers filed from medical exemptions in Elizabeth, New Jersey, a
Fresh update on "the new york post" discussed on Red Eye Radio
"A new musical about Princess Diana will debut on Netflix instead of the stage, CBS News correspondent Wendy Gillette with more from New York It was the wedding scene around the world. The marriage of Princess Diana and Prince Charles. But a new musical about the British Royals, marriage and eventual divorce wasn't going to be seen at all, thanks to the Corona virus. It was set to open on Broadway in March. Instead, it will be filmed without an audience and will air on Netflix early next year. The show is now scheduled open on Broadway. May 25th. Wendy Gillette CBS NEWS New YORK, Texas insurance companies offering an annual $300 stipend to employees if they adopt a new pet. The New York Post says the zebra is offering the benefit in part to help its workers who've been stuck at home by themselves during the pandemic. Company also offers what they call paternity leave so that workers can get acquainted with their new pets. Bill Rake off CBS News. This isn't a grilled cheese I'm making. It's a melty masterpiece.
New York Islanders Erupt In Third Period, Defeat Capitals In Game 1
"Check it playoff hockey. The fires the number one seed, they leave the Canadians 221 there in the second period for it 1/2 minutes remain about an hour from now to be the conduction blues. These are all game ones. Meanwhile, priest Patrice Bergeron lit the lamp in double OT Brewing. So have the Hurricanes for three. Islanders rally from two. Nothing down. Josh failure. Go ahead double capitals for two, while the Avalanche blank the Coyotes.
Fresh update on "the new york post" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"WHENS news time 11 30 for the NYPD arrested a man in Times Square on drug and weapons charges. According to the New York Post, 39 year old Jameel Hopkins has accused of leaving a bag full of drugs and a gun in Times Square. The paper says he is also wanted for a parole violation in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Mayor Blasio says, without help from Washington or long term borrowing or help from unions. It is more and more likely that 22,000 city workers will have to be laid off. Come October. That 22,000 number is painfully riel. That's for October 1st. Here's the reality. We all hoped and prayed that B a stimulus that appears to be dead now. Going Albany toe Ask for appropriate long term borrowing capacity that would stave off the layoffs. NewJersey Supreme Court has upheld a law authorizing the governor to borrow close to $10 billion. Close budget gaps caused by the pandemic. Governor Murphy, the New Jersey Supreme Court rendered its unanimous decision allowing us to move forward to borrow the funds. We need to protect the vital jobs and programs that are critical, not only To our ongoing response to this pandemic Bunch, but which will play a huge role in our overall recovery. It is a defeat for state Republicans who had filed suit. Challenging the law. Three men have been charged with harassing alleged victims of R. Kelly. Federal prosecutors in Brooklyn, said R. Kelly's longtime friend, Richard Arlene, offered a woman 1/2 $1,000,000 to keep her from cooperating. Another friend, and now Russell allegedly threatened to reveal sexually explicit photographs of a second accuser if she did not withdraw her lawsuit against Kelly. 1/3 man, Michael Williams, set fire to a car in Florida, but prosecutors said was part of a campaign to harass, intimidate, threatened or corruptly influenced the alleged victims. A tear in case against R. Kelly, defense attorney said the singer who has pleaded not guilty, had nothing to do with this. Of course,.
Coronavirus in New York City: Brooklyn neighborhood Sunset Park sees 'uptick' in COVID-19 cases
"Blasio Blasio reports reports an an uptick uptick in in covert covert 19 19 cases cases in in Sunset Sunset Park, Park, Brooklyn. Brooklyn. This This is is a a community community a a wonderful, wonderful, vibrant vibrant community. That right now we're seeing an uptick in. It's over very limited period time. It's a very limited number of cases. But we found it by doing exceptionally focus. Testing what we call a Hypo hyper local testing. This is part of the test in trace program that says we have certain neighborhoods we want know more about We go into extra testing is part of the hyper local outreach. The mayor says there will be live calls to those who tested positive and robo calls through next Friday. He says there were more than 3000 people tested recently, resulting in 228 positive cases so far.
Fresh update on "the new york post" discussed on RADIO GAG - The Gays Against Guns Show
"Radio gag gains against guns show. Good evening, everyone, and welcome to radio gag the weekly gays against Gun show. This is your weekly update on how to 'em the horror that is the American gun violence up I'm Joshua Jaden coming to you from story Queens. and. Eric. In Brooklyn. For those of you who are new to the program, we're an inclusive direct action group of lgbtq people and their allies committed to nonviolently breaking the gun industries chain of death that means investors manufacturers, the NRA and politicians who block safer gun moss. We were to ensure safety for all individuals particularly those that are in vulnerable communities such as people of Color. Women people struggle with mental health issues, lgbtq people, and religious minorities. Gag condemns white supremacy, all instances of excessive force by police police militarization. This week, we consider the possible demise of the National Rifle Association the latest Yeah Elated Gun Violence Prevention News and how runs traffic along the East Coast iron pipeline and actions that gays against guns is planning to respond to this crisis. Thrilled to have you join us. This is our first live show since pandemic started. So Sarah excited. I up we haven't BA- latest gun violence prevention news brought to us this week by Sarah. Gun. Sales surge in new. York. New Yorkers are arming themselves at a record pace according to the New York Post Sarah Dorn They bought more guns. This June than any other June in the past decade data show the F. B. Ran Fifty two, thousand, two, hundred and fifty two background checks for people seeking to buy firearms in the State of one hundred and twenty percent increase from June twenty nineteen. Most of thirty, one, thousand and three background checks were for people seeking to buy a rifle cliff fletcher owner of Long Island gun source close the store briefly after the state businesses in mid. March. But he was able to secure essential business status and reopened about a week. Later when the original Kovic scares started in the beginning of March and people thought they might get laid. Off At, that point we saw a huge surge we sold out of almost everything we have in the store he said noting many first time gun buyers up to buy rifles in order to bypass the licensed needed for handguns at the same time gun purchases soared. So did shootings New York saw two hundred, five shootings in June the bloodiest June in twenty, four years the department said. Researchers at the University of California Davis estimate that an extra two point one million guns sold nationwide between March and May. This year are linked to seven hundred, seventy, six gun related injuries that would not have occurred without the sales spike. Increase in gun violence results in fewer arrests and convictions on gun charges. New York Times in the past few weeks mayor Bill De Blasio in his police commissioner Dermott F Shea had tied the steep rise in shootings in New York City to a breakdown in the criminal justice system that they contend has allowed criminals back out on the streets the mayor and commissioner have cited range of causes that they have portrayed outside of their control, the pandemic and the George Floyd protests as well as measures approved by. The state legislature including one that eliminated cash bail for many defendants but a confidential analysis of police data conducted by city officials not released to the public offers little if any evidence to back up their claims in fact, the analysis obtained by the. New. York Times suggests the state's new bail law and the mass release of inmates from city jails in recent months because the corona virus outbreak played almost no role in the spike of shootings. Instead. The analysis points to a different possible reason for the wave of shootings, the number of arrests for gun crimes has plummeted. While murders and shootings have surged reports of other major crimes had actually fallen in recent months. Still Spike in gun violence has stirred deep fears that the city might be sliding back to an era of random violence on the streets. Recent shooting victims have included two teenagers going to play basketball and the baby boy still Michael. The Petri, the police department's Chief of Crime Control Strategies says the virus effects on the criminal justice system were being felt on the streets. Chiefly Petri acknowledged the number of gun arrests had dropped off saying the force was stretched thin because the pandemic and the need to redeploy people to cover protests. In the past month he said the department has started moving robbery detectives to work on violent crime and has shifted more than three hundred officers in administrative positions to precincts with a high number of shootings. Were stretched even agency as big as the NYPD he said, and from the trace gun companies received millions in PC loans. Firearm sales are soaring but manufacturers like Henry and century arms received Corona virus relief funds from the federal government gun companies received tens of millions of dollars in loans granted by the Federal Paycheck Protection Program. New Data shows even as firearm sales hit record levels amid the coronavirus pandemic. The traits identified more than fifty manufacturers of guns and gun accessories that received. Such loans which altogether totalled between thirty, three, million and seventy, five, million. The company's reported that they were able to retain more than three thousand jobs, which would have otherwise been lost to companies, browns and KIMBER manufacturing both received between five and ten million the largest loans available. The trump administration initiated the paycheck protection program to create an incentive for employers to. Lay, off during pandemic..
Enormous snake videotaped as it slithers along subway platform in New York City
"An unusual sight on the New York City subway posted on Twitter today, and let's hope none of us run into this passenger in person. Video shows a gigantic black snakes slithering across an above ground subway platform. It's not clear which station this is so you won't be able to steer clear. Unfortunately, that said Snake lovers who commented on the post believe it's Obree. That's not dangerous. The empty says it hasn't gotten any reports of subway snakes recently and can confirm the
At least six shot – one fatally – in New York City early Sunday
"At least six people shot in New York City, one of them fatally. During the early morning hours. The New York Post reports that a 23 year old man was fatally shot in the chest. Around 3:30 a.m. In Long Island City, a double shooting in Elmhurst left to men in their twenties, both wounded and one in the Bronx, left a 51 year old man and a 48 year old man with gunshot wounds. In Harlem, a 29 year old man was also shot. All five victims suffered non life threatening injuries. So far this week, there have been 38 shootings, compared to 16 for the same period last
NYPD officers surround BLM protester's apartment in standoff
"A leading black lives matter. Organizer in the end Lise left empty handed after keeping 45th Street closed for hours yesterday, a tense standoff in Hell's kitchen as officers in riot gear patrolled outside helicopter hovering overhead cops knocking on the door of BLM organizer Derek Ingram. NYPD says Ingram is wanted for assault on a police officer. But while cops waited outside Ingram live stream to the encounter on his instagram while speaking with supporters and also with his lawyers on zoom It's like a fly the war under the north. I can take a picture and give it to my representative. Thank you from I have no live stream to that protest. He spoke to his as he livestreamed. The encounter there with police protesters started showing up outside his apartment. To show their support for him. As the protests grew, the police left without arresting Ingram. He says he wasn't guilty of anything other than being born Black. Two cops punched in the face while trying to Navid accuse shoplifter New York Post reports. It happened at Home Depot in
Is Tiger Woods about to make a putter change?
"Talked again, we talked a good amount about him. He looks great. There's a lot of positive thoughts about his chances this week he warned in Oh five. He won here I think that he never shot higher than sixty eight and then in two thousand, nine, the President's covers here at harding park he went five Oh and so he has good history here he is still the. Reigning Masters Champion. Ugly, Fifteenth. In the world, some are trying to point. So some negatives like he's only played four competitive rounds in six months. I'm not focused on that I. Don't think he gives a shit about that. He showed up to Zozo championship last year in Japan and it felt like we had seen him play golf or any decent golf in months, and he's won that tournament in Atlanta. He showed up to the President's cup. We were there. We were physically there watch the entire thing. Play the president's coverage has several the best players in the world, their best player, the President's Cup in a landslide. So Tiger Woods smile and yet focused I like his chances this. I think he's come a long way since Monday and a lot of people's minds in that. All is incredibly exciting. On. Monday because. If we remember in the last podcast, you said, he really had no chance. That's true. Well, said, he's the favourite. Video and a you know with the weather and everything else that I would write this low on his list Jimi play whatever rig said because it wasn't that wasn't what we said and it certainly wasn't when said he was literally what I just you in you in the New York Post or two peas in a pod newer post tweeted out. Tiger Woods needs a miracle this week at the championship it was like what the fuck is going on and you know rig says similar points new. York Post. I said tiger. Woods is the favorite I said that on Monday show Tuesday show Jake will find that but I just ranked course and the the fact it's fifty five fucking degrees and narrow fairways. Low on the list of tiger woods majors coming up in the next four five years. It's not that hard. Of course, is not the art of course, I gave Frankie thumping already park last night. On the game. So it was like I I I could go out there right now in wooded. So the overall. Well I you know. I didn't realize we were GONNA play a marathon session of golf club twenty, nineteen I looked at the time we're finished up three and a half hours. My back was sore. I couldn't feel my feet like it's not built for endurance I'm just not built for endurance but I smoked you. At harding. Park. So I'm not too worried about art course conditions. By the way, we're not just a heads up just while we're talking about it. We said we were GONNA stream tonight, Thursday you're listening to it but we didn't realize that the coverage goes so late. So we will not be streaming tonight, but we will doing Tuesday Thursday next week. So be on the lookout for that. Last Tiger related thing new putter. About the new potter, he's got the Scott Newport. I think it's like the two point. Oh it's the one with the different weights and couple of different reports about it. Some saying he's definitely putting it in play other saying it's GonNa be a game time decision he. According to Steve Stricker, Tiger really likes it. It's a little longer in length with have been over as much. We can practice as putting a lot more which makes a lot of sense So that would be a good thing for the back and then another aspect of it is that apparently it's got adjustable wait we have heard for decades now tiger. Could just couldn't get the speed right or you know other Greens were little slower than I thought and I guess instead of having to make that adjustment in your fields or in your judgment calls in, you're putting in how hard it he can just tweet the weights and the Scottie, and that's what he likes because you know if the Green Bay speed them up from. Wednesday Thursday early days beat him up from Saturday Sunday whenever he can just kind of tweak the weights part of me going into this feels like well, tiger woods has won thirteen or fourteen major championships with that part of that is the elder wand. That is the thing that he flipped and spun in circles right in front of our faces that ad US bedazzled. Is the horn. Rocks. And any other usage of any other putter is not only blasted, but it's it's him searching a tim trying to find something which means he's not comfortable, and then the other part of me says, it's Tiger fucking. Would you give them a wooden stick? You give them happy. Gilmore's little hockey stick putter. He'll go out there and win because he's the greatest time you give them any driver persimmon would as a matter it'll just go out and win because he's better than everyone else and it doesn't matter So I'm a little torn on the whole thing. But it's Tigers putter. So everybody's talking about basically I'm just praying for success I mean, I do I think it's the right decision and adding and subtracting weights based on green speed that seems Like, if I'm just going to pick up a new tool every time when it's GonNa be different weight I don't think that I'm going to have much accessible but again, I'm not tiger so I'm not so keen on that. But Hell. If he's got confidence conferences key and if he thinks that's going to help them make more. Than you know play with a hockey stick or whatever. You just said you know so. Tricky one, but you were rooting for dagger. But I don't like I. Don't I'm not as doesn't work for me and I'm not a fan. I am not a supportive of the change I want that other potter to just pile up major victories and lurch. You said what I was GonNa say where changing the way day to day on a putter seems like a nightmare scenario I get that stegar woods. He's the greatest Golfer of all time but I need everything in my bag and again I'm not comparing myself to tiger woods but I need everything to be. One way just needed to be the same all the time. So messing with putter way just seems like a crazy idea but again, if he likes it if it makes him comfortable, that's GonNa give them better chances week. Thank God.
'No Words': After Enormous Explosion Rips Beirut, A Search For Answers
"Details on the investigation into yesterday's deadly explosion in Beirut that left 100 people dead, 4000 people injured and another 300,000 homeless. Lebanese officials have now put a number of higher ups at the port in Beirut under house arrest. New York Post says the 2700 tons of fertilizer believed to have caused the explosion had been confiscated from a Russian businessman seven years ago who had abandoned his cargo ship after making an unscheduled stop. It was all being stored in a warehouse where Reuters says there were repeated warnings to local officials since 2013. It was a disaster in the making. Correspondent Ian Panel tells us the smoke continues to rise in Beirut based artist Michela Boots, saying the entire event was surreal before we could even think of what to do next. Everything exploded. And when I mean everything I mean everything as degree was following. I just hid under card people. They were like literally standing behind, actually didn't get so lucky to have a lot of them got hit on the head. Some of them die. Officials in the disaster stricken city now searching for answers about what caused the enormous explosion and, above all, who was responsible. Well, despite the evidence that this was an industrial accident, President Trump has decided otherwise. Here's correspondent Aaron Carter Ski president Trump called the explosion in Beirut and attack. This was not A some kind of a manufacturing. Explosion type of event, A U. S official told ABC News. There are no indications the Beirut explosion came from a bomb or attack, the president of Lebanon said the blast was caused by nearly 3000 tons of ammonium nitrate stored unsafely in a warehouse. That's 1000 times more ammonium nitrate than was used in the 1995 bombing of the Oklahoma City Federal building. French President Emmanuel Macron is in Lebanon today meeting with leaders there to discuss how France might offer assistance,
Pete Hamill, Legendary New York Columnist, Has Died
"News and legendary New York City journalist Pete Hamill is dead at 85. Hammel fell last weekend and underwent surgery for a broken hip of Brooklyn Methodist Hospital, but died Tuesday morning. Hamel rope for three city tabloids over 40 years, including his editor of the New York Post and the Daily News, He wrote several novels and a best selling memoir, drinking Life and was found of the Prix. Digital New York He grew up in complete with stickball games, typewriters and smoke filled rooms. I'm Lisa G
Legendary New York newspaper columnist Pete Hamill dead at 85
"Richard, an icon of New York City journalism, has died during his long career. Pete Hamill wrote for The New York Post. The Daily News News day in the village voice and along with the late Jimmy Breslin was seen as one of the best City Street columnist of his time covering sports, politics and, of course, crime. Mrs Hammel, describing life in a newspaper city room during a CBS Sunday morning interview. Just last year, you would hear this great metallic roar. Headline. Left there a few curses. Hamel also wrote 10 novels, dozens of short story screenplays and even comic strips. A friend of Bobby Kennedy, he was covering Kennedy's run for the presidency. The night he was assassinated, and one is one of the four men who disarms her hands her hand after he pulled the trigger. Hammel's family says he fractured his hip in a full last weekend and passed from kidney and heart failure while in intensive care. Iconic journalist in Brooklyn native Peat Hamel was 85 years
Pete Hamill, Legendary New York Newspaper Columnist, Dies At 85
"Journalist and novelist Pete Hammel has died. He was 85. He spent four decades as a newspaper columnist serving his editor for both the Daily News and The New York Post. He was also the author of more than 20 novels. Dealing is reports. He fractured his right hip over the weekend and his heart failed while he was in I c u at New York Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital, Pete Hamill gone at 85.
Pete Hamill, legendary New York columnist, has died
"I have some sad news as well being informed that apparently legendary New York Post and Daily News columnist Pete Hammel has passed away. Unfortunately, at the age of 85 so he was a longtime editor. For the New York Post and a longtime columnist for the both The post and the News rush. You and I spoke with his brother, Dennis family, also a terrific columnist of mine. And, You know, people who know their history may remember this. But Pete Hamill was a pretty close friend of Robert Kennedy and Hammel helped persuade Robert Kennedy to run for president back in 1968. He worked on Kennedy's campaign. Then he covered it as a journalist, and he was one of four men who actually disarmed, sir. Hand, sir. Hand you know, removed his gun in the aftermath of that Kennedy assassination is a pretty good documentary series about that Kennedy assassination on Netflix. He's one of you know, when you talk about family you're talking about him and Jimmy Breslin. I mean those air, the legendary people. I'm saying Steve Dunleavy. I'm so sad about that, because he's really and you know, I gotta call Dennis the minute we get off the he Not only, though, would Bobby Kennedy, but he was quite The man on his earlier days dating Jackie Ah Onassis Onassis. Linda Ron's that Shirley Maclaine. I mean, he got around. I want you to know that. Well, see, we're even. We're mourning his death even more. If that's the case.
New York City has had more shootings so far this year than in all of 2019
"Five months into the New year and five months until the New Year Sorry, and New York City has already seen. Twenties. More shootings in 2020 in all of 9 2019 New York Post compiled NYPD data, They say last year's total of 776 was passed last night. 24 year old man bleeding from a gunshot wound walked through the Lincoln Hospital in the Bronx, reportedly told police he was at 135th and Alexander Avenue outside the Mitchell houses in Mott haven when he heard gunfire and felt the pain. All of that came after a bloody start to the weekend. Four people were killed in a 12 hour period killings. All separate incidents began at six Friday night in Washington Heights, Someone stabbed 48 year old Telmo Ruiz in an apartment hallway. Then at 10:40 p.m. Here in the Soundview section of the Bronx, 21 year old Shaquan Wilson was shot to death while playing dice at the corner of Rosedale and Rattle avenues five days after becoming a father for the first time. Mourners later gathered here, including Thomas Alva, good person like he was loving. He cared about everybody like even to make sure everybody was happy like This is unbelievable. Like a hit found you hauling the killings continued a 34 year old man shot in the East Chester Gardens playground in the bronze at 1:30 a.m. At 6 30 A 35 year old man is shot outside as Far Rockaway Queens apartment Just Sean speaking for many, like when is going to stop, and then about being shocked? Mom was like Ferraro for
New York City shootings rage as New York, Queens endure bloody weekend
"Five Five months months into into the the New New year year and and five five months months until until the the New New Year Year Sorry, Sorry, and and New New York York City City has has already already seen. seen. Twenties. Twenties. More More shootings shootings in in 2020 2020 in in all all of of 9 9 2019 2019 New New York York Post Post compiled compiled NYPD NYPD data, data, They They say say last last year's year's total total of of 776 776 was passed last night. 24 year old man bleeding from a gunshot wound walked through the Lincoln Hospital in the Bronx, reportedly told police he was at 135th and Alexander Avenue outside the Mitchell houses in Mott haven when he heard gunfire and felt the pain. All of that came after a bloody start to the weekend. Four people were killed in a 12 hour period killings. All separate incidents began at six Friday night in Washington Heights, Someone stabbed 48 year old Telmo Ruiz in an apartment hallway. Then at 10:40 p.m. Here in the Soundview section of the Bronx, 21 year old Shaquan Wilson was shot to death while playing dice at the corner of Rosedale and Rattle avenues five days after becoming a father for the first time. Mourners later gathered here, including Thomas Alva, good person like he was loving. He cared about everybody like even to make sure everybody was happy like This is unbelievable. Like a hit found you hauling the killings continued a 34 year old man shot in the East Chester Gardens playground in the bronze at 1:30 a.m. At 6 30 A 35 year old man is shot outside as Far Rockaway Queens apartment Just Sean speaking for many, like when is going to stop, and then about being shocked? Mom was like Ferraro for what is going to be done. Roger Stern, 10. 10 wins and sound view the
James Murdoch resigns from News Corp board over editorial differences
"Murdoch Murdoch has resigned from the board of directors of News Corps, the publishing arm of his family's media empire. As NPR's David Folkenflik reports. It's very public evidence of the rupture within the Murdoch Family News Corp owns The Wall Street Journal, The New York Post and major papers in the UK in Australia. It's sister company, Fox Court on Fox News. It was all built by Rupert Murdoch, who pitted his two sons, Lachlan and James, against each other to succeed him. Lachlan, who's more conservative, prevailed in resigning, James sighted unspecified editorial choices by the company. He earlier criticized the Murdochs Australian papers for discounting the role climate change is played in deadly wildfires there. More recently, The Journal's opinion section sparked objections in its own newsroom over claims about the pandemic and black lives. Matters protests. While Fox News is technically separate. Some of its recent segments have been widely denounced his racist even by some Fox news staffers and its provided strong support for President Trump.
James Murdoch resigns from News Corp board over editorial differences
"Media mogul Rupert Murdoch, has resigned from News Corp after trying and insider tells CNN to make change from within. James Murdoch often clashed with his conservative family, donating to the president, presidential campaign of people to judge and supporting groups devoted to combat and climate change. Murdoch, though the younger says he's done. He's left the Board of News Corp. Which publishes The Wall Street Journal in the New York Post, he says for disagreements over editorial content. Murdoch had already left the other family business Fox news long ago. After
News Corp: Rupert Murdoch's son James quits company
"James Murdoch is severing ties with News Corp the publishing half of his family's media empire. Rupert Murdoch's younger son stepped down from the company board today, citing disagreements over quote, certain editorial content and quote. Other strategic decisions. News Corp's titles include The Wall Street Journal, The New York Post and the publisher HarperCollins, as well as media in the UK and Australia. To
News Corp: Rupert Murdoch's son James quits company
"Is severing ties with News Corp the publishing half of his family's media empire. Rupert Murdoch's younger son stepped down from the company board today, citing disagreements over quote, certain editorial content and quote. Other strategic decisions. News Corp's titles include The Wall Street Journal, The New York Post and the publisher HarperCollins, as well as media in the UK and Australia. To talk about
Cuomo blames New York Post for rising COVID-19 rates in Florida and Arizona
"Post for rising covert 19 rates in Florida and Arizona. During an early morning conference call with reporters, the governor claimed The Post and the Wall Street Journal continued to push for New York's economy to reopen faster since the infection rate is currently very low here, Cuomo said, quote Florida listen to The New York Post, Arizona listen to the Wall Street Journal and the New York Post that was wrong. And despite fighting
Cuomo blames New York Post for rising COVID-19 rates in Florida and Arizona
"Is blaming the New York Post for rising covert 19 rates in Florida and Arizona. During an early morning conference call with reporters. The governor claimed The Post and the Wall Street Journal continued to push for New York's economy to reopen faster since the infection rate is currently very low, Cuomo said. Quote Florida listen to The New York Post, Texas listen to The Wall Street Journal Arizona listen to the Wall Street Journal and the New York Post that was wrong. Post has been critical of Cuomo for state order that required nursing homes to admit or readmit recovering cove in 19 patients discharged by hospitals.
New York Yankees seek $626,000 from NJ ticket holder: court papers
"Also going after one of their fans for more than half a 1,000,000 bucks. They say he didn't pay his bill for his box seats, New York Post reports. Team filed papers against New Jersey fan Walter has for $626,000 8 seats he purchased for an eight year deal has says he couldn't pay He became ill. But papers filed in Manhattan, federal courts say. Team found out he purchased other seats without paying off what he originally. Oh, That's when they decided the wanted to take legal action has says he may counter Sue Hee says he denies owing them that money
Tom Thibodeau contract: Knicks finalizing five-year deal
"Knicks appear to be on the verge of landing their top choice to be their next head code in New York Post reports. The team and Tom Thibodeau are close to finalizing a five year deal. The 62 year old Connecticut native was fired last season as the head coach of the Minnesota Timberwolves. And prior to that he coached the Chicago Bulls, where he was voted N. Ba coach of the year in 2011 libido would be the next 13th head coach since Jeff Van Gundy left in 2001. At the time, Fido was the Knicks assistant
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"The New York Post reports that on June 15th NYPD Police Commissioner Dermot Shea announced he was disbanding. The police department's anti crime unit of plainclothes cops. In response to the death of Saint George Floyd. Since that time, according to the New York Post in those 17 days alone, 116 shootings took place in the city. A 205% increase from the same period. In 2009. Two days after the unit was disbanded, 35 year old Joe Mo Glasgow was gunned down outside a House party in Brooklyn. His mother said. I feel like we're giving the streets back to the criminals. They shouldn't have disbanded. The plainclothes anticrime unit. Whatever the problem, they have address it. But don't disband the police. Many lives would have been saved. Not just my son. And what does the media ask? The press secretary for the president. At her press briefing well at the end of it, Kayleigh, Mcenany says. You know, I had about 12 questions about the conflict Confederate flag. But what about the murders in New York, Atlanta, Chicago and other cities? 70 people shot over the weekend in Chicago, by the way, here is Kayleigh mcenany. Finally, I didn't with this, You know, I was asked Probably 12 questions about the Confederate flag. This president's focus on action. I'm a little dismayed that I don't receive one question on the deaths that we've got in this country this weekend. I don't receive one question about New York City shootings, doubling for the third straight week and over the last seven days, shooting skyrocket by 142%. Not one question. I didn't received one question about five Children who were killed and I'll leave you with this remark by a dad and broke my heart. Dad of an eight year old lost in Atlanta this weekend. They say black lives matters. You killed a child. She didn't do nothing to nobody was his quote. We need to be focused on securing our streets, making sure no lies or loss because all black lives matter that of David Dorn and that of this eight year old girl..
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"The New York Post he said he'd like to run against the blouse you because he says all those jokes are based on him October first celebrations in a German restaurant California turn to chaos when a transformer blew setting a fire ball to the sky owner of the festival hall alerted firefighters to a strange smell and immediately started evacuating people his sister speaking exclusively to Good Morning America your brother escorts the fire department down to look at the transformer and that's when the explosion was imminent he went to go open the door he said it's right over here and he turned right when that happened that first explosion hit him and he just caught on fire quina Whitworth reporting five people including two firefighters and the restaurant owner suffered injuries Wednesday's time twelve fifty six now Bloomberg moneywatch on ten ten wins investors are eyeing political developments in the U. S. and trade talks with China as well around a face to face negotiations between Chinese and American officials is supposed to take place this week in Washington a breakthrough is not out of the question according to White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow there could be some positive surprises coming out of these talks I'm not predicting I'm just saying don't rule that out Kudlow says deputies will be talking today and tomorrow and a higher level negotiations are planned for Thursday and Friday we got the conference board's employment trans index today and the labor department jolts report on job openings and worker turnover on Wednesday and we have another week to go before the third quarter earnings reporting season begins in force delta airlines Levi Strauss and domino's pizza or on the short list of companies opening their books this week Bloomberg money watch at twenty six and fifty six past every hour I'm ed Baxter for ten ten win.
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"So you add to your four. Words like that. It's sixty percent more likely to, to be shared. And so that's what we want often when we post on social media. We want things to get liked and be shared, but the problem is we don't see this because there's no dislike button. But what it's doing is alienating a large when you use that language. It's it's creating the division. And so that's partly the economy, the reward structure, and incentive and reinforcement structure of the platforms that billions of people are on now in is the main form for their expressing their beliefs and identity incentivizes, the type of language that seems to be divisive on that node on what to do about this brain is inhibitory neurons. That means that there are signals that are spreading, but all the neurons inhibiting signals, I was going to have a seizure. What do you got on Twitter and social media is you see people both sharing lately false things in inflammatory language, but I cannot push quench button, that quenches I think social media systems need. Inhibitory neurons to quench inflammatory hateful, and false messages. Bazeley. I'm not sure into system that the truth always wins or the good things win. It's obviously these are all this has to do with the context we created that we are art of artifice. We created these places other places. So chain nicely describe what a seizure on Twitter. Looks like. One more question. What we up somebody deeper, the back. You read That that. that's. Days. Everywhere. So the question is the gun controls is praying to the life or death thing. The more less than a this is my personal belief versus your personal belief, and let's work it out as saying that quickly. So why is that? Yes. So I'll say again this cuts to moral psychology, which is that the moment that you feel threatened or that harm is at stake. Harm is probably the key ingredient for moral judgments that you're more. You feel like people are being harmed, or you might be harmed immortalizes issue. And that makes divisive and so people who are for gun regulation. See school shootings and turn on the TV, and it's horrific even if they don't kill themselves threatened. It's horrifying to see that, and they see harm happening to kids, and they want gun regulation. The unfortunate thing is that there's other people when they see that they see the harm of the government taking their guns away, and they feel threatened by that. And they feel that puts them at harm. And so you have harm happening. Unfortunately, the harm just gets amplified for both sides of makes the issue more polarizing. You know, this is independent of my own attitude towards gun control is trying to explain this collagen harm moralize -ation polarization around this issue. And so just amplifies. In fact, every time there's there's shootings on a project on control trying to understand it. It's a hard issue to study because when they're shootings and we talk about regulation that actually gun sales go up because people anticipate, there's going to be regulation. They buy more guns, especially salt weapons. And so is really perverse, incentive structure, and its round morality and perceived arm, but it just makes the situation worse..
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"So for us being accurate increases our status in our group, is scientists, in fact, if I post a bunch of fake news. News. If I probably stop getting invited panels like this. My friends will be gossiping about me at the next conference round. The bar people students won't wanna work in my lab anymore. And so our goal is to be as accurate as possible. And if we make a mistake to correct it ourselves as quickly as possible. So our identity and accuracy goals are aligned, but for most people most of the time, they don't necessarily have motives, that incentivize them to be accurate on their in reactions with friends at dinner. Parties on social media. They have other goals like being valued in signaling their group. I feel like I want to be accurate like I feel like I'm not doing that. I bet most people here feel like no I'm trying to be right. What are some examples that I think I think we oftentimes like pick on the conservative side of what isn't examples that people on the other side tend to do when they're pursuing these identity goals in at the expense of accuracy goals. So there's lots of cases that are either the leftist lightly less accurate or aren't. Ideological at all. And so these are things like a big one is back Saination. You see it in the news, antibac- strategy toots. And these are actually I saw analysis of this recently, a lot of the measles and other outbreaks happening are in small isolated traditional communities, where basically what you have going on. There is group think that they block themselves out from external information. The there's a high pressure to belong in fit in and go along with the norms of the community and so paying attention to health information, accurate, health information, and doing things that are optimal from a medical perspective is not valued in the community. So that would be another one. Other ones are the climate change thing is interesting because actually the Republican party's very anti climate change. But conservatives and other countries aren't necessarily anti climate change. And so you don't see that being nearly as ideological if you go to other countries. So that's just a sample of some of them, but I won't say scientists are perfect we have the same Fallas. In the same brains, as other people do what we do is create incentive structures to be accurate. So when I write a paper, it goes up to three random people who are experts who I will never find out who they are most of the time and they critique the hell out of it. And they do that to make it better. And if it doesn't pass muster it just gets rejected. So my incentive is to do as good a job as I can looking published. Why can get promoted or tenure or job? And so those things matter way, more in our community, because created institutions and structures norms around you, you've taken this, in this explains roughly what's going on the picture there, but you've also explored how this is acting. The fact that fake news became thing. In. You can see how quickly fake news went from being something that with, it was sort of at the outskirts of what we consumed, and then somewhere around election day, it flipped and fake news became something that was much more popular in shared more often on social media than mainstream news. I love that. You've put this, you've taken this model to describe it. What's what's going on with the with the, the math stuff there at the bottom, what's happening there? So that's just the value of all the different goals. We have if we have an identity that feels belong tens of belonging. Gives us a sense of knowledge fulfills, our existential needs about. We're going to have meaning fulfill status needs, and all these other things, it's going to be more important to us than other entities. That don't and this is why like we might be a Yankees fan, but it's not going to be nearly as important as our political party identity for most of us because it doesn't really tell us about our morality, might give us a status or belonging, but not the other ones, and so some identities matter a lot..
"the new york post" Discussed on You Are Not So Smart
"Win. There are some issues for which we will this, my phrasing, not your phrasing, the idea that we will choose to be wrong. If being wrong affords us other things that are more valuable than being. Right. And you actually have been able to turn this into a nice model, could you explain what we're looking at here? So what we're looking at here is when you read something in the news, or see some piece of information on TV or heard from a friend, if to decide how much you're gonna value that piece of information, how much it's going to update your priors to go to pass cows question. And there's lots that goes into it. And so if the people on the news, telling it to, you are from a political party or even from a specific new source the near times versus the Wall Street Journal, you're gonna place different weight on that information based on how much those how mature identities are invested in it. And so the reason we identify with groups because groups fulfill different goals for us and. If your identity with, for example, a political party is a really intense because that party gives you a sense of status belonging. Maybe live in a neighborhood, while your friends or part of that party or your spouse's. Or it gives you a sense of morality. And right and wrong, they're constantly, telling you, you're in the right side of history, then that identity is going to be very compelling for you, and you're gonna wanna find information that supports, and validates that identity because if not to go to your point earlier, it's gonna create enormous amounts of cognitive dissonance. If you're in the wrong, if you're supporting a party on the wrong side of history, think of that, that sucks or if you're going to have to disagree with all your friends at your dinner party on Friday night, it's gonna be awkward. You might not get invited again. And so there's all these different goals that are being fulfilled by these identities. Now, we also have an identity to be accurate. And this goes to Mirus point that we can see reality for the most part, and we can figure out truth, if we pay enough attention and analyze the data in front of us, but we have all these other things like tug of war, pulling us in the opposite direction now for us. At least we're we have the luxury of being scientists. So for us being accurate increases our status in our group, is scientists, in fact, if I post a bunch of fake news. News. If I probably stop getting invited panels like this..
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"We're trying to get to see they don't seem to work. How does an issue move from the world of pure, empirical facts and evidence to this other world, that seems usually reserved for ethics and morality and politics and stuff like that? So you can moralize anything and this is partly politicians do they'll moralize some people might see. You know, marginal tax rate says debate about whether it's going to be optimal for the net GDP growth year. Other people are going to see it as about various and politicians and leaders, as well as activists all the time trying to frame issues through the lens of morality. And once that starts to penetrate your own brain in your own psychology. Then you start to see that things moral issue, even if you didn't see it before. And so we can do this also a moment to moment basis. So we have a study where even something like riding a bike, if you're deciding how many people here, wrote a bike today or took a subway. Okay. I took the subway hair for some of us. This is just a pragmatic issue. Well, the subway get there faster than than taxi is a cheaper for other people. It's actually a moral matter, it reduces greenhouse gas emissions which you brought up produces climate change, and we all might see yourself as having a responsibility there. So you ride a bike or take transit? And so for those people, they're going to be irritated when they see other people taking transit or. Having SUV. And so whereas the people who just did it pragmatically kind of have to each their own, everybody has their own way to do this. And it's fine. And so that's a case, where even a day to day, you can switch back and forth, when you watch the news in the morning, you see something about climate change. You might change how you think you're gonna commute to work that day, you might realize this is a moral issue for me. I'll give you an example today. I was having lunch I order tape and the waitress goes what kind of milk, and I said, I never used to get asked what type of milk, I wanted, and she said for many people, it's a moral issue. You know, went from regular milk to almond milk. And now there's oatmeal, apparently oat milk is optimal for the environment. Also, delicious. Thinking try it, but for them they won't take the other milk, even if they liked it because they think it's that it's harmful to the environment. So even things like our coffee, walk in your coffee, shop, the next time you go tomorrow, and look at all the symbols of morality that are advertised by your coffee, shop about their relationships with farmers, and where the proceeds go, this is interwoven into the most trivial of transactions that we have. You have a paper produced really I love it because it, it has brought together, a lot of the things we've talked about tonight into one, sort of framework. It's called the partisan brain and identity based model the political belief. This. We'd win. There are some issues for which we will this, my phrasing, not your phrasing, the idea that we will choose to be wrong..
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"I can't help it. See what I see. They must they could help what they what they see they could come around, there would be a way to get to the maybe. Right. You'd hope there would so there's issues here that some people might be so committed to their identity that they're impenetrable facts. And so this is part of the concern, even if you convince them it might not change their underlying attitude about the person or the party that they care about. And so, so this challenge is getting people to admit that they're wrong, even if it's an private context like this just filling out a survey. I'm certainly it's much worse than public where your co group members can see you. And so there's even more pressure for you to stay consistent and loyal to the group. And so these things actually probably get amplified in public settings like social media debates about politics. I never gonna we're going to get into your to your research. I would like if you could what is it that you do? What, what are you research at your lab? So I'm a social neuroscientist and I'm interested in how our brains and our minds figure out issues around identity, morality and politics. And so I'm interested right now. I'm looking at things. Like how identity shapes how our brain processes information about political discussions, as well as all kinds of other issues related to identity and so political identity is just one case, but we study this at every level from you show to picture of an MRI scanner. So we study at every level from neurons. Although we have two large scale social networks of hundreds of thousands of people, debating politics. I'm gonna ask a five year old question, because this is something that's coming up more and more in the research that identity has can especially group. I didn't even really affect how we interpret and big information as we seen with the Mueller report and all everything every single coming out in the news, so from, like they expert opinion. What experts what even is identity? I mean like we throw the word around and lay people whatever I think it is. What do you see when you think of the term identity? So identity as is as simple as of a coin. So if I were to go round and flip a coin and put half of this audience into one team at half into another team within minutes. People would start identifying with their group more. They would start showing a preference for them. In fact, researchers found even start allocating more money towards members of their in group over the outgrew. And so starts really simply and I've done this in classrooms, many times, always, I find this affect. And so that's the kind of the first step of identity. But then. When you're talking about political entity, you take that part of the process, and then you lay round top issues around competition, and so everything identities in groups, get amped up when there's competition, and then you layer on things like morality. So the moment you're talking about things like abortion, gun control. I'm you're talking about morality, you add in status groups also provide norms about what's how to behave, and so that provides clarity about what we think we should do you take all these things in it's like a recipe and you mix them all together, and you end up with American politics. Those is going to sound really a really strange question..
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"This is your model and I think this is really lush. We're looking at past Kells model right now which has a line of it are two columns. They both say experience the top then assumption at the bottom, and then as you go below the line, you have these two conclusions and these conclusions are being drawn in different directions from shared evidence between the two columns. So basically, we have our two different experiences different assumptions. And then when you see the same evidence those assumptions lead to different. Inclusions people engage each other at the level of those conclusions. Not the levels of their experiences assumptions. I like this a lot. It's a simplified version of what, you know, this is if you could tell us what you you're saying in a nutshell once fear down here into level conclusions. If you disagree with the conclusions about, what are we arguing about? I think that's the wrong level is because above the dotted line here, which is basically the level of uncut. Consciousness, all these like, brain. That's behind this. There's a whole life. Experience is differential like your life experiences unique to you. I have no idea what happened to you. And so. But what I'm saying is that what traits objects reality devils, shape, your brain experience, participant is very real and two point is that these different experiences are shaping our brains. Differentially. Maybe you're not a morning person. Maybe a night person. So this level, down here, the verbal agreement we have our discussions on the internet service. So what I would argue is we have to get back to a level to a culture of benign agreement where knowledge that these agreement is inevitable, and we have to figure out why wait is going at what point to diverge saying, oh, we disagree about to conclusions, and that's why you're bad person. He has in the back of the hat. I think I'm gonna disagree with PASCAL a little bit do. Okay. Let's get into. Yeah. If you don't mind my jumping in. No, no. So I think models like the is a model just to be clear the models like that. I that I just pointed to, and that Tesco just described, and the kinds of experiential effects that he suggests are underlying the dress. And I totally agree with. Those, I think it's perhaps dangerous to think about that. These kinds of things have pervasive effects on our perceptions. So we don't disagree that there was address, right? We all see address, we all can see the lighting we all also can understand that, you know, were looking at a colored object. So there's actually a lot that our visual system in their interpretation of the picture is giving us that's universal that isn't affected, by the way that we're brought up or the kinds of life experiences that we had. And I think it's important to underlie the even if there are differences, that, there is a lot of common ground, and that is maybe something that can be carried through or should be carried out more in these kinds of higher level analyses. We make an in everyday life. But in terms of sort of how much life experience can give you say in your perception of the dress. Well, it's just if flip you flips you one way or the other, and we happen to have language that captures both of these interpretations. So it turns into this kind of big deal, but you know there's a lot in common. That's leading up to the the, the influence that you are experienced can have to kind of push..
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"Entity and actually might extend to some of the things that we're going to talk about later. But the idea is that you're sort of generous in suggesting that others out there have this access to the to the world and you agree that this access having kind of different reporting different things about what you're seeing doesn't lead to there, being many different worlds or doesn't mean that there's a possibility that there are many different worlds, rather. You also agree that there was one world out there that you're all perceiving case. There is an objective reality. I think. And we all like there's a term called the Vale, which is one of my favorite words, the idea that different if you have the ability to since infrared or all travailed it, you get a different subject of than I get. But you're still able to navigate whatever it is. That's out there that we're a sampling. It doesn't it doesn't take away from. We assume there's something beyond the veil of our perceptions that maybe we won't ever be able to perceive, the way another creature would seat rise at that. There's a world out there, and that at least as human beings, we all have a kind of access to it. And when are reporting of that access is slightly different? It doesn't mean that there are many world or different realities out there. We agree that there's one and that we can all talk about something that's the same thing. We're going to talk about this. I want to talk about is, if there is an objective reality, we have different subjects reality, and we start to disagree on what those subject area. We'll get to it. Because we do disagree on the anti laurel. We do agree on the dress. So it's not, you know, you we can come to a place where we do disagree on what's happening on after it passes the level of just going from electromagnetic waves in chemicals. And so, so I'll stop you there. Okay. So. Fun. So, so I think that's that's where it's important to point out that the dress Yanni laurel are things that are nevertheless, still in this kind of perceptual Brown, so we make different judgments at the end right there. Categorical judgments that sound different across individuals. But all of these effects are happening at these basic levels of visual or auditory, processing things, again, that are file, genetically ancient emerging early and human development and the development of other animal species..
"the new york post" Discussed on You Are Not So Smart
"I study human, participants from very small infants about the age of three months all the way through adults. So I have some slides, here's the stuff you do. I don't know. You can see it over here. You want to create what we're seeing here is an image of a room with large flat square like object standing near its walls. And also, there's another image of a model of that room with dental features in the drawings. We can see that when children, draw the room, they tend to ignore the walls that is they don't draw the room itself. But when they draw the toy they draw the room and stuff inside. Okay. So this is an example of an experiment that we've done with four year old children. So on the top what you can see as small definitely New York sized fort. So it's supposed to be a navigable environment but it is New York City after all. So it's about six foot by seven foot and child sits at the front of the sport. And we asked them to draw everything that they see. And at the bottom, we have a toy model of the fort that we just call a toy and we asked them, the same thing to just draw everything that they see. What do you learn from those? So to have the sample kids drawn. Okay. Okay. So here's an example, characteristic of what a four year old child might draw in the fort condition, and in the toy condition, and I should mention this is work done with my doctoral, student Caitlin, McGuire, who is here tonight, and what kids draw in the four condition is basically just the objects that they can see. And they leave out the surrounding out. They leave out the walls in the toy condition they draw everything. So what we're really interested in, in what, what kinds of perceptual and cognitive bias, sees children might have that might emerge early in human development that might translate into a uniquely human act and in what way. So we think of art and picture, making something that subject to no constraints. It's free expression. Nevertheless, there may be certain cognitive constraints cognitive bias sees that we that emerge early in human development and that we've even heard it from other animal species that play out in these uniquely. Human symbolic expressions, like our picture making. And so, for example, what we find is that when king. Make pictures. They're more likely to depict object information versus lay out information, and we can relate, these kinds of tendencies in something like kids picture making to the, the final genetic inheritances that we have to kind of navigate large-scale spaces and recognize the objects in those spaces. I love that. You study children's drawings me too. So I, I wanted to bring you on to talk about. Although you work as amazing, the fact that you study how we at the very earliest ages turn perception into reality. I would've talking to you about this, because the idea that what we are seeing with our is what we are magic..
"the new york post" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The new york post women are taking over the two thousand eighteen screen actors guild wards amid a slew of sexual misconduct claims against powerful men in hollywood it was announced on wednesday that all of their presenters at january's sag awards will be women this is their response this is there we'll just while cable get women that we all women will discriminate against men not that really presenting at the sag awards i think there are like tbs so nobody watches by the way it's sag after the after apart is the people who are in radio you're basically mandated by law to join this ridiculous union at spends ninety percent of their money on the hollywood side there's no after awards their sag awards even though it's one union it's up to sag after awards it's the it's it's a complete and total scam because they don't do a damn thing for you really but um of course the left is cheering this is horribly horribly progressive and wonderful way to make up for the liberal websites slate for example there headline the two thousand eighteen sag awards will be presented by all female lineup because women are awesome a is a great like many awards ceremonies the sag awards usually pair men and women to announce each winner but this year only women will have that honour alah the lineup has yet to be announced but the ceremony which is never before had an mcp will be hosted by christon bell again christon bell not exactly the in not exactly dragging out the a listers out there she seldom maybe during the commercial break she'll seldom washing machines or whatever her and her husband do but he isn't this discrimination mi misunderstanding things it's all well men are horrible therefore let's discriminate against them well not all men are horrible it sounds like men in hollywood are pretty horrible but i'd be willing to bet that many women in hollywood are pretty awful to i dunno ask the as the waiters and waitresses at restaurants out in hollywood how they are but they made this big announcement because women are awesome and what are you know it not too long after that this.
"the new york post" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The new york post started he wrote about it and so unhappy to say you know the near post just wrote that uh bob weinstein must have sodas brother people from within the company so doubts brother i don't know who did it i don't care but the fact of the matter is you can i get documents from inside the company saying that they pay doubt eight specific women and get it retracted memo from within the company without somebody in the company giving it to you some highprofile actors have been speaking out saying that harvey weinstein was inappropriate with them actress rose mcgown who accused weinstein of sexual assault has been vocal on twitter calling out those who she says have been complacent like she says ben affleck and matt damon pretty big names there are based on your twitter account it seems like you're definitely convinced that there is a cover up how deep do you think the coverup goes in hollywood i think it goes on all levels i mean you know the big joke about the casson coutts first of all it's not a joke second of all it's been around for i don't know how long if something's not relevant not happening anymore you still don't use the term i think it's gone on every day and every different levels there have been other people who have had allegations against them but you know until if you're still powerful as hard to take them down i do believe the only reason this came out now because hari wasn't that powerful anymore if he was still getting five oscar nominations year five to ten or ruling the oscars with this have happened probably not and by the way let's talk about rose mcgowan because she's given out some tweets in the past couple of years that have basically pinpointed him you know there is a tweet that said something to the effect of when your boyfriend cells ear movie to your rapist so there's there's a lot in packer seagoing on on a lotta levels i'm interested in this angle of journalism censorship and reporters independent reporters and reporters who belong to big name news organizations deciding not to run the serving told that their story wasn't going to run another reporter ronen pharaoh contributor to the new yorker was on rachel maddow he said that he faced a lot of push back from multiple news outlets there are now reports emerging publicly about the kinds.
"the new york post" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Nine five five 1770s six kyle smith why don't know and i should know on he's a he's a critic for the new york post staff critic for the new york post and critic at large for national review i i was chief film critic at the new york post i hate to say it is twenty years ago and so i feel a certain kinship anyway but especially after reading his review which is the the most honest and i think uh a fair and balanced review i've read of this particular movie and he even acknowledges at the end of his review his critics will no doubt enjoy calling the film subversive brave transgressive et cetera as though any satirical impulse were less risky than mocking christian dogma and the christian dogma they mark here is the eucharist i mean it's it's holy communion and and and everything else about a biblical worldview or about christianity but here's here's the way begins his review and i think he's right about it deliberately grotesque and nauseating and seemingly engineer to outraged christians especially catholics mother represents a stain on the reputation of paramount pictures which once produced going my way it may be the most vile and contemptible motion picture ever released by the major hollywood studios wasn't put that quote on the on the ads lesser kyle smith national review the most vile and contemptible motion picture ever released by one of the major hollywood studios with.
"the new york post" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The new york post has sources that say otherwise sell mark berman has been covering the team for the savannah river he says this is straight for his article a source in confirming they were watching anthony's video said gains was poking fun at chris brickley who he's a close friend in his new hampshire accent at brickley is heard barking instructions that anthony during the drill brickley is a trainer so because we're going to get to the bottom of things here on mussa maggie filling in for gm jazz we have the audio of chris brickley this is what a sore says clarence gains in the next pass was laughing not molo the pushing nice bush was pushed push he he getting back in begging back okay mus if i given you five guesses could you possibly said which stay out of this great union of ours chris brickley was from now where you pick it out strong new hampshire there could did not deal called earlier shatalov had strong half yes right if this is true in the sources saying that no they were not laughing at mellow but they were gonna alienate laughing chris brickley in his new hampshire accent right that is abolfazl i listen i i tried to defend of yesterday i did i said i know that they were watching the video i thought they'd plausible deny i ability there's so many leaks in the the nick uh the neck hierarchy they're taking on water right the truth does come out boycotted now spin it to where they're making fun of the guy yelling instructions i carmelo anthony as he's doing you know field work on a soccer field on the west side highway in new york city i mean it's just stupid i mean you got to be more ought to believe that you got caught right he got he got bra they're making fun of their start one of their star players in front of that's what they were basically got caught out that has me that's just the ineptitude of the next there are barriers have his everyone the probably have is everyone celebrated around the city like it was like he was new year's eve july fourth way phil jackson out i grew the jackson need to go the problem you have is the.