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Powell, Raptors regroup after blowing lead, beat Heat 101-81

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 hrs ago

Powell, Raptors regroup after blowing lead, beat Heat 101-81

"The raptors were one on one eighty one winners over the heat as Norman pal scored twenty one points and OG Anunoby added twenty one Pascal Siakam had fifteen points and fourteen rebounds for Toronto which never trailed on its way to adventure in Wednesday's loss to Miami the raptors have won four of five six two two one eight start Kendrick Nunn had a team high twenty points for the six and eight he who shot just seven for thirty one from three point range in losing for the fourth time in six games came out tonight and we can get him off the line and if they they cite many threes Thomas I think the reason I'm gonna not defensively for us and not it came out and punched us he'd managed to storm back from a twenty one point deficit before falling I'm the very

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Radulov, Pavelski 2 goals as Stars beat Preds 7-0 in opener

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 5 hrs ago

Radulov, Pavelski 2 goals as Stars beat Preds 7-0 in opener

"Joe pawelski and Alexander Radulov combined for seven points as the stars clobbered the predators seven nothing the star scored five times in the second period three on power plays and once on insulin del shorthanded tally of Elke had four points in the route including a pair of power play goals Radulov delivered two goals and an assist for the stars who played in front of forty two hundred fans their first round since March internal government stopped thirty four shots in his first season opening start an assignment delayed after the stars had to have four games postponed by a team covert nineteen outbreak I'm Dave Ferrie

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Hank Aaron, Atlanta Braves legend and former home run king, dies at 86

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 6 hrs ago

Hank Aaron, Atlanta Braves legend and former home run king, dies at 86

"Sad news from baseball early Friday, Hall of Famer Hank Aaron has passed away hammering Hank was baseball's long time home run King breaking Babe Ruth's record of 7 14 back in 1974. He held it for 33 years. He still holds the all time record for RB eyes. Hank Aaron was

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Baseball Home Run King Hank Aaron Dies At 86

WEEI Late Night

03:14 min | 6 hrs ago

Baseball Home Run King Hank Aaron Dies At 86

"The last hour really showing love to Hank Aaron. Who passed away or we found out passed away earlier today at the age of 86. Took your calls. Played some some audio from Chipper Jones and Rob Man, Fred, You know, we talked about how important Hank Aaron was not just as a baseball player. Home run King and, Yeah, I know. Barry Bonds swooped in and I used swoop appropriately swoop in and kind of took that that record away. Uh, Hank was an amazing human being. He was an amazing contributor to society. Hey, loved Atlanta. He was a contributor here. As I mentioned last hour, giving money to Morehouse. Just he was he was a contributor. Believe he had the first BMW dealership here in in Atlanta 20 years ago. I think for an African American that he owned, so there was a lot that he did, despite people through certain points in time. Hating him. And so I don't wanna I don't wanna go in and give you the whole entire show Open. I I encourage you to go ahead and check it out. But there's one point that one of our callers prior to the break made And it was, you know some of the racial elements and how he was just the epitome of Just just excellence and how he handled himself in all areas of adversity. And that he did his job and it didn't sway him. One way or another. Yeah, if people wanted to love him. Or hate him, and they're just some points here that are just mind bobbling to wrap your brain or mind around. This was a human being. This was a human That was hated. Because he was he was going to break a record owned. By a white man. This man was aided in certain regards because he hit a damn baseball. People found gnome or what is the word here? People didn't have a nuff love internally for themselves. So all they did, in certain instances was display hate to him because he put a bat. On a baseball. That is ridiculous. Just you hate someone because of what they look like. And because they put a bat on a baseball, it really shows you that there's a lot of segments of society that can really utilize the mirror. What is going on inside of you? That you have the hate someone else strictly because they look different than you. It's just it's mind boggling to me. But despite all of that, He just went ahead and did his thing. And he was he was a benchmark, not just as a baseball player, as I say, but as a human being and as a person, and so all the best and condolences toe Hank Aaron and his family. I know

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Baseball Home Run King Hank Aaron Dies At 86

WEEI Late Night

03:14 min | 6 hrs ago

Baseball Home Run King Hank Aaron Dies At 86

"The last hour really showing love to Hank Aaron. Who passed away or we found out passed away earlier today at the age of 86. Took your calls. Played some some audio from Chipper Jones and Rob Man, Fred, You know, we talked about how important Hank Aaron was not just as a baseball player. Home run King and, Yeah, I know. Barry Bonds swooped in and I used swoop appropriately swoop in and kind of took that that record away. Uh, Hank was an amazing human being. He was an amazing contributor to society. Hey, loved Atlanta. He was a contributor here. As I mentioned last hour, giving money to Morehouse. Just he was he was a contributor. Believe he had the first BMW dealership here in in Atlanta 20 years ago. I think for an African American that he owned, so there was a lot that he did, despite people through certain points in time. Hating him. And so I don't wanna I don't wanna go in and give you the whole entire show Open. I I encourage you to go ahead and check it out. But there's one point that one of our callers prior to the break made And it was, you know some of the racial elements and how he was just the epitome of Just just excellence and how he handled himself in all areas of adversity. And that he did his job and it didn't sway him. One way or another. Yeah, if people wanted to love him. Or hate him, and they're just some points here that are just mind bobbling to wrap your brain or mind around. This was a human being. This was a human That was hated. Because he was he was going to break a record owned. By a white man. This man was aided in certain regards because he hit a damn baseball. People found gnome or what is the word here? People didn't have a nuff love internally for themselves. So all they did, in certain instances was display hate to him because he put a bat. On a baseball. That is ridiculous. Just you hate someone because of what they look like. And because they put a bat on a baseball, it really shows you that there's a lot of segments of society that can really utilize the mirror. What is going on inside of you? That you have the hate someone else strictly because they look different than you. It's just it's mind boggling to me. But despite all of that, He just went ahead and did his thing. And he was he was a benchmark, not just as a baseball player, as I say, but as a human being and as a person, and so all the best and condolences toe Hank Aaron and his family. I know

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Hank Aaron, MLB legend, dead at 86

Night News

00:42 sec | 6 hrs ago

Hank Aaron, MLB legend, dead at 86

"Time 10 50 Major League Baseball and its fans are mourning the death of one of the best to ever play the game. game. Henry Henry Aaron Aaron Hammerin Hammerin Hank Hank was was born born in in Mobile, Mobile, Alabama Alabama in in 1934. 1934. He He broke broke into into the the major major leagues leagues in in April April of of 1954 1954 and and retired. retired. In In October October of of 1976 Erin was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1982. I'm extremely proud to be joining a group of men who performed on the baseball field epitomize the highest and the best and professional athletics baseball's one time home run King for through racism of the Deep South throughout his career receiving death threats is he pursued Babe Ruth's home run record. Jim Krystle, a CBS News Henry Aaron died

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Democrats agree to delay Trump impeachment trial

Bloomberg Law

00:35 sec | 7 hrs ago

Democrats agree to delay Trump impeachment trial

"Leader Chuck Schumer says former President Trump's impeachment trial will begin next month. Matt Madison has more once the briefs or drafted presentation by the parties will commence the week of February, the eighth the New York Democrats had the start of the trial will come after the House impeachment managers read the article in the Senate this coming Monday. Senators will then be sworn in on Tuesday. Impeachment managers and the president's defense team will have time to prepare briefs before the trial, Schumer says. While that's happening, the Senate will consider Cabinet nominations and the coronavirus relief bill I'm at Madison,

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COVID In Philadelphia: City Announces $12 Million Grant Program To Help Restaurants, Gyms During Pandemic

KYW 24 Hour News

01:01 min | 7 hrs ago

COVID In Philadelphia: City Announces $12 Million Grant Program To Help Restaurants, Gyms During Pandemic

"For Philadelphia restaurants and Jim's impacted by covert 19 restrictions. Why W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe outlines the aim of a $12 Million grant program. The city is going to be awarding grants of up to $15,000. That's a modest amount because the city is having its own financial problems. But City officials say they considered a crucial to find some money for these businesses because they're the ones that had to shut down the indoor operations in November. And they're being asked to make structural changes as they reopen, like improving ventilation systems. Now applications for these grants open next Thursday, and they'll be open until February. 9th and the city is going to wait till they're all in that way. All applicants are on an equal footing, even disadvantaged businesses that may take extra time or need help applying and then in making the awards, the city will be looking at how many people they employ where they are. Those in low income areas will have an edge. Also women, minority or disabled owned businesses will get extra consideration. Pat tells us.

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Schumer agrees to two-week delay of Trump's impeachment trial Senate Majority Leader

C-SPAN Programming

04:42 min | 8 hrs ago

Schumer agrees to two-week delay of Trump's impeachment trial Senate Majority Leader

"Now former President Donald Trump will happen. On Monday, The U. S House of Representatives will formerly send the one article it passed over to the U. S. Senate. Donald Trump is accused of inciting an insurrection following the attack on the U. S. Capitol building. January 6th while Congress was counting the electoral College votes certifying Joe Biden's victory is president today, the Senate majority leader, Chuck Schumer. Discussed that trial. The Senate will also conduct a second impeachment trial for Donald Trump. I've been speaking to the Republican leader about the timing and duration of the trial, but make no mistake, a trial will be held in the United States Senate and there will be a vote whether to convict the president. I've spoken to Speaker Pelosi, who informed me that the articles will be delivered to the Senate on Monday. Now I've heard some of my Republican colleagues. You argue that this trial would be unconstitutional because Donald Trump is no longer in office, An argument that has been roundly repudiated, debunked by hundreds of constitutional scholars left right and center and defies basic common sense. It makes no sense whatsoever that a president or any official could commit a heinous crime against our country and then be permitted to resign, so is to avoid accountability and vote to dispose. Are them from future office makes no sense. Regardless, the purveyors of this unusual argument are trying to delay the inevitable. The fact is, the House will deliver the article of impeachment to the Senate. The Senate will conduct a trial of the impeachment of Donald Trump. It will be a full trial. It will be a fair trial. But make no mistake. There will be a trial and when that trial ends, senators will have to decide. All right, if they believe Donald John Donald John Trump incited the erection Insurrection against the United States Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, Democrat from New York today on the Senate floor. Impeachment trial rules require the Senate to meet the day after the article of impeachment is received it 1 P.m. Eastern to begin the trial. But negotiations are underway for perhaps doing it in a different time, a different schedule. The Senate minority leader, Republican Mitch McConnell, from Kentucky, has been calling for the trial to begin not next week. But the week after seven McConnell did so again today. Yesterday also shared a proposal for the pre trial steps in the Senate impeachment process. It appears to be headed our way and it's I understand it must be heading away Monday. Senate rules of the article arrives. We've started trial right then this impeachment began when unprecedented, like fast and minimal process over in the House. The sequel cannot be an insufficient Senate process that denies former president Trump his due process or dead. Images, the Senate or the presidency itself. Senate Republicans strong and believe we need a full and fair process where the former president can mount a defense and the Senate can properly consider the factual, legal and constitutional questions at stake. For that reason, we suggest the House transmit this article next Thursday, but that apparently going to be next Monday and former president It's answer and the House pre trial brief. I suggested we do on February 4th and the former president's pre trial briefly do I suggested on February 11? That timeline would have provided the Senate from March 4 time before we step up fully into the unknown of a trial, which by the way, would have been a substantial benefit. The incoming administration allowed them to get more of their Cabinet. Confirmed which we're cooperating as best we can to expedite Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, in a letter to fellow Democratic House members, writes, the House has been respectful of the Senate's constitutional power over the trial and always attentive to the fairness of the process. When the article of impeachment is transmitted to the Senate, the former president will have had nearly two weeks since we passed the article. Our managers are ready for trial before the 100 so Jurors. Meanwhile, the Hill newspaper reporting only five or

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‘Packed us together like sardines’: Guard deployed to Capitol struggles to contain Covid

John and Ken on Demand

02:18 min | 9 hrs ago

‘Packed us together like sardines’: Guard deployed to Capitol struggles to contain Covid

"Much concern on wednesday at the us capitol in washington dc. That there might be some sort of interruptions or violence. At the inauguration of joe biden. Thanks to what happened two weeks earlier with the mob that stormed the capital so they brought in tens of thousands of national guardsmen to protect the place. The reason we're talking about it now. Is that this story which began on politico. Concerning a number of national guardsmen some of whom were claiming the congress members threw them out of the capitol. They get nowhere to go so the ended up sleeping on the floor of a parking garage with one bathroom to share and the update. This afternoon. That you may have been hearing. is that a number of guardsmen have tested positive for corona virus. Perhaps one hundred or more sure you put twenty five thousand people in an enclosed space. What do you think's gonna happen. All you need is one guy with the virus. Is you saw the way they were laid out. Like like logs of wood. You saw that photo relying lying on the capital floor sleeping together. Yeah it was. it was sardine-packing. So if there's one guy breathing out his viral load all night Yeah you could end up sucking it in your all. Suck it in your all lying there sleeping sucking in his viral load. Well the update this afternoon for everybody. Hundreds of these national guard members apparently are allowed to return indoors according to defense officials. There seems to be a dispute as to who told them they couldn't stay in the capital anymore. Of course it's the problem is they are given hotel rooms but it says here. They're on duty for a day or two working shifts a few hours at a time. It takes too long to get back to their hotels. Many of which are in. Virginia and maryland so they just nap wherever they can between shifts. You see wondered right away. Weren't they giving a place to actually bunk. And the congressmen. Don't care you know they. They like to They like to virtue signal about how grateful they are for the national service that the guardsmen did to protect democracy and to protect our national monuments and protect the transfer of power. And all that stuff but when it was over they were just used as props. It was thinner.

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California attorney general launches civil rights probe of Los Angeles Sheriff's Department

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

01:05 min | 9 hrs ago

California attorney general launches civil rights probe of Los Angeles Sheriff's Department

"Attorney general launches a civil rights investigation of the L. A County sheriff's department. The probe is aimed at identifying and addressing potential systemic violations of the rights of the people of L. A county by the larger representation and personnel at the Sheriff's department. That's according to Attorney General Javier Buscetta, since this investigation Go straight to the heart of the Sheriff Department's relationship with community. It is critical that members of the public come forward with any information they may have that can assist us in this investigation. He says. Allegations of excessive force retaliation and other misconduct are among the factors that prompted them to pursue the investigation. Action we're taking today is result of Having received credible information reports evidence from a number of sources over a period of time. In a statement, Sheriff Alex Vienna Wave a said he looks forward to the non criminal pattern and practice investigation, adding that they are eager to get this process started in the interest of transparency and accountability.

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Over 4,900 new COVID-19 cases, 80 additional deaths reported in Massachusetts

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:44 sec | 9 hrs ago

Over 4,900 new COVID-19 cases, 80 additional deaths reported in Massachusetts

"And when it comes to the latest Covad data in the Commonwealth, WBZ is Carl Stevens has the details. Its latest update from the state Department of Public Health has the highest cove in death toll that we've seen in more than a week. There are 80 newly confirmed deaths in this report, bringing the death toll to more than 13,700. There are more positive numbers to report, for example, the number of covert patients in hospitals is below 2900 for the first time in weeks, and the seven day positivity rate continues to go down. It's at around 5.5%. This is after more than 4900 newly confirmed cases, bringing the estimated number of active cases in the Commonwealth right now to more than 89,000. Carl. Steven, stop him easy, Boston's news radio

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United Looks to Require Workers to Get Covid-19 Vaccines

Robert Pratt

03:18 min | 10 hrs ago

United Looks to Require Workers to Get Covid-19 Vaccines

"Six, the CEO of United Airlines wanting to make covert vaccines mandatory for the company's employees. Right now they employ 60,000 active employees on that they're looking at recall notices going out to an additional 17,000. So that's 77,000 employees. The CEO is saying that he wants every single employee vaccinated. And he is willing to put Plane in place that would mandate That his employees be vaccinated. What motivated him to do this? He claims the worst thing that he's ever had to do. Was the right letters. Those that have lost family members. Co workers. Cove in 19. Said. So for me, quote because I have confidence in the safety of the vaccine, and I recognize it's controversial. I think the right thing to do is for United Airlines. And for other companies to require the vaccines and to make them mandatory. What do you think about the idea of companies? Making the vaccines mandatory. Now we've not gone through a lengthy process. To really verify. At the same level we have with other vaccines about their safety. As Dr Adult, has said about a half hour ago that The vaccines that we're dealing with are under emergency use authorizations. They don't have all of the research that other vaccines have that can and are mandatory for a lot of different things. You have vaccines that are mandatory for going to school vaccines that are mandatory for going to college. There are businesses that mandate other vaccines of varying types. And those vaccines are mandated and there is legal authority behind them. And companies are able to do that. Right now under an emergency use authorization. It's viewed a little bit differently. Legal expert. Said that you have to be able to leave open. The issue of those that have religious reasons for saying no. Medical reasons for saying no If you don't, you could find legal challenges. At the same time. If that's something that is clearly written in stone that you can't Mandate. Employees be vaccinated. So it's a very real possibility. He also recognizes that more companies besides United need to step up and be a part of this is well, he says. I don't think united will good get away with and can realistically be the on Lee company that requires vaccines. And makes them mandatory. We need some others. We need some others to show leadership, particularly in the health care

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Americans who fear COVID at work entitled to jobless benefits

The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

05:05 min | 10 hrs ago

Americans who fear COVID at work entitled to jobless benefits

"And would joe biden said is that it's not fair for americans to have to choose between work and health meaning that employers are trying to get workers to come back to work offering them their jobs back. Maybe they were temporarily laid off and the bosses are like you know we'd like you to come back and biden pointed out. If they refuse to go back to work they no longer qualify for unemployment benefits because remember unemployment benefits in theory. Right you're only supposed to get those if you're looking for a job and you can't find one because if you're offered a job and you don't want it will then you're not really unemployed. You're basically retired and so unemployment is not supposed to be a retirement plan. It's supposed to be money to tide you over until you get a job that you are looking for but would biden said is this is in fair. We don't want a situation where somebody loses their unemployment benefits because they don't want to go back to work and the reason of they may not want to go back to work is because it may not be safe right because they don't want to risk getting cove it so what biden has now done with his executive order. Is he saying that if workers don't want to go back to work because they are worried about getting covert or for maybe some other health related reasons or maybe they have some other things they have to do right that interfere with work that they're able to turn down a job offer yet still get their unemployment benefits now. This is a disaster in the making. This is a moral hazard of extreme proportions. And what it really amounts to is the beginning of universal basic income now on the surface right. It probably sounds compassionate. Yes why should people have to choose between work and potentially getting sick right but we make that choice all the time. I mean everybody who goes to work gets a risk. I mean there's always a risk that you can get sick at work if it wasn't cove it it's something else i mean. Clearly if you stay at home you are less likely to catch a cold or any other disease that if you go to work and you interact with other people. I mean clearly if you get in your car and you drive to work well. There's a risk that you might get into a car accident and you could die but you still go to work and there are a lot of people that actually have jobs where there's a lot of risk they operate heavy machinery. They could get hurt. You could die people working minds. The mind's cave-in they died so there's all sorts of risks that people except when they go to work so people choose you choose between going to work and accepting the risks and not working. Now if you choose not to work then you lose your in cup. So people always way the benefits with the cost. Yes if i go to work. I could get hit. I could die in a car accident on my way to work. Or i could catch cold or i could slip on a banana peel. It is an or whatever. I can avoid those risks by staying home but then i don't have any income and then what risks do i have if i have no income right. Maybe i don't have enough to eat. So i don't have enough to pay my rent now. I'm homeless. what are the risks. So that so everybody has to trade off or the cost benefit analysis and most americans are going to choose to accept the risks inherent with going to work in order to avoid the risks inherent with losing. Your income biden wants to do is totally skew. The playing field. He wants to make it. So americans can say you know what. I want to avoid the risks associated with working. But i can still have all the money. I can still get paid to stay at home. And now i get the money and i don't have to take all the risks associated with working. So this is what's going to happen. You're going to have a whole category of americans. And i'm not blaming the americans for making a rational choice. I mean why. Go to work if you don't have to if the government gives you an excuse not to work take advantage of it and if you don't somebody else will look. I agree. everybody. Who goes to work has a risk of getting kovin right now. You reduce that risk by staying at home so that means everybody by definition can say. I don't want to go to work. I don't wanna take that small risk of getting coded. I'm going to stay at home and collect my extended unemployment benefits so these people are not going back to work and most of the people who are unemployed. Joe biden has made it so that they never have to go back

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California now ranks dead last in administering COVID-19 vaccines

John and Ken on Demand

01:25 min | 10 hrs ago

California now ranks dead last in administering COVID-19 vaccines

"Okay bloomberg updated It's numbers Ten minutes ago two fifty five. Pm pacific time and california is fiftieth again according to the bloomberg numbers which they say they get from the cdc and other government websites. California has four point seven million doses that have reached the state but we've only injected one point eight million of them so we have almost three million doses by their count on the shelf. Of course as we have learned in the last twenty four hours california's reporting system is so screwed up that nobody knows if any numbers are accurate. There are mess finally a lot of media sacramento bee also going to time. San francisco chronicle have been sort of digging into the story. What they're finding out is really freaking confusing. Which being stake could be worse than this. I doubt it's better considering all the incompetence going on but for the moment We are in fiftieth place. Only thirty eight percent of available vaccines have been injected We're falling farther behind all the other states and a number of territories or independent countries that we provide health care services to islands out in the pacific We're just ahead of american samoa.

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Remembering baseball legend Henry "Hank" Aaron, dead at 86

Too Much Truth With Derrick Boazman

00:23 sec | 11 hrs ago

Remembering baseball legend Henry "Hank" Aaron, dead at 86

"Atlanta is mourning the death of one of the biggest baseball stars of all time. Baseball legend and Atlanta Braves. Great Hank Aaron died today in his sleep at the age of 86. Aaron broke babe through 714 home run record in 1974, and he spent most of his 23 year career playing in Atlanta after his league debut with the former Milwaukee

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Nearly 2,000 Vaccine Doses Spoiled At A Boston Hospital

WBZ Afternoon News

00:53 sec | 11 hrs ago

Nearly 2,000 Vaccine Doses Spoiled At A Boston Hospital

"2000 doses of a covert vaccine. vaccine. We're We're spoiled spoiled at at the the Jamaica Jamaica Plain Plain v, v, a a hospital hospital after after a a contractor contractor accidentally accidentally unplugged unplugged the the freezer freezer while while cleaning cleaning staff staff realized realized the the 1900 1900 doses doses of the modern, A vaccine had been spoiled on Tuesday. The V. A health system is investigating the cause of the incident and why the alarm system didn't work, Officials said. More doses are on the way, Congressman Stephen Lynch commented today, saying he thinks they've corrected the problem but are waiting on a report from the inspector general. The engineering crew his command from the Via on rewired that those reasons so that that doesn't happen again. The doses that were were being kept here have been moved to Brockton. And to quest Roxbury while this cleanup operation is still ongoing, so for the time being, we think we've got the situation corrected.

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The Swedish Secret to Happy, Productive Work Days

Kottke Ride Home

03:40 min | 13 hrs ago

The Swedish Secret to Happy, Productive Work Days

"There's yet another scandinavian term. Making the trending rounds lately. This one has been around in some circles for a while. There even used to cafe in manhattan by this name that went to a few times. It's called fica f. i a and it's basically the swedish word for a coffee break but in practice means so much more quoting courts. The word fica is used both as a noun and a verb and is derived from the swedish word for coffey. A national obsession for the world's third largest coffee drinking nation unlike the american style. Caffeine jolt the swedish coffee break is a moment to literally leave work behind taken first around ten. Am and then at three pm. It's not a strategy for multitasking or for fitting in another mini meeting. It's a chance to relax in the company colleagues. The longstanding swedish social ritual doesn't necessarily even have to involve coffee. the key is to pause your day and quote. You can have your coffee or tea. Whatever your pleasure. And ideally you'd pair your beverage with a fresh baked good but the main point is to take a real actual break from work lars lund. Who owned that chain of fika coffee shops here in new york city told courts that taking a fica break two or three times a day makes them more productive and number of studies have backed this up. According again in two thousand ten grant thornton study found that swedish workers were the least stressed worldwide. Perhaps in part because we companies are experimenting with the six hour work day and made fica mandatory and even though only one percent of swedish employees work overtime according to the latest oecd better life index. They're not any less productive linkoping. university professor. Rebecca adult suard has studied the history of swedish social rituals and says breaks like fica may actually boost productivity studies. Show that people who take a break from the work don't do less. It's actually the opposite. Efficiency at work can benefit from these kinds of get togethers. She writes on her university blog. Her observations support a two thousand fourteen stanford university work productivity study that argues for capping the work week at fifty hours maximum and quotes and nyaka yano. The general design manager at moody says she noticed that swedish workers are exceptionally good at switching between relaxation and focus and within office space is the fact that the break is taken. Together across hierarchies putting all that aside for a few minutes can really help break down barriers and encourage healthy forms of bonding among colleagues. When i read about fika. I realized that i've kind of set my schedule up this way without meaning to i take a mid morning break to have a snack and coffee and pull myself away from the endless feeds and e mails. I'd been staring at all morning. And then i take another no screen break in the afternoon. Once this podcast goes up. of course. i'm not in an office. Space chatting with co workers and always manage to take both of those breaks every day. But that's the goal. And on the days that i do. There is a noticeable difference in my energy focus and overall contentment levels. Now i just need to get better about my baked goods game if you want to dive deeper into fica. There's a few books out there. One that kept popping up for me is actually a recipe book but it also includes a lot of information about the custom in how to adopt it in your own life. it's called fica. The art of the swedish coffee break by annaborough bonus and johanna pinball and the official sweden youtube account also produced a six part series on fica back in two thousand sixteen that you can watch to learn more about it links to both of those in the show notes

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"time out" Discussed on Paudeville

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"time out" Discussed on Paudeville

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"time out" Discussed on Paudeville

Paudeville

03:39 min | Last week

"time out" Discussed on Paudeville

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"time out" Discussed on Paudeville

Paudeville

08:38 min | Last week

"time out" Discussed on Paudeville

"Show on it for by of it or jill. You have a topic burning a hole in your pocket. Oh my goodness. I've been sitting on this for weeks or your back pocket. Yeah it's back there snuggly and warm. I want to see just how long ago this was this. This event happened on december eighteenth. I was texting my sister. Holly on december eighteenth at about eleven forty. Am and i was actually texting her. About how great you are great. I was telling her a funny story that a thing that you did and corporate. I'm happy to tell you it's finally happened. I finally did not catch. Autocorrect and your name from corbin to virgin phones just want to call virgin and i did not notice it and holly and i texted back for the little bit and then finally she's like also corporate once tweeted that he was worried that someday his forever autocorrect from his name into virgin would get him into trouble professionally. I'm glad to see that you're autocorrect is married. His autocorrect. i was so happy that first of all she had some background to the situation knew what was happening but also that it was to yours and my dearest friend holly my sister dearest friend and neighbor and that it was like the worst possible person. i could have texted. That too is like a person. I'm i kind of know a little bit. But i want to get to know better someone who you are. Courting as an exactly me like oh. This person is a weirdo hooked. I don't wanna blow it. I want it to be very close friend or very much a stranger. That's the perfect weight to stakes. The perfect time to have a gaffe just wanted to be a first impression of someone. Mike real cool. Gosh what are the cool people. Think about me but corbin. I'm so happy that this fire happened because we knew years. It's been years in the making. I think our phones don't know that we have four children. I hope you're okay with this if you don't want this story to be broadcast to that's fine but when it happened i was like this is so funny. I texted holly a couple days later and said don't mention this next time. We all chat together. Because i wanted to be a surprise. Don't spoil it so congratulations. i'm so proud. You know what that sound means. It's gametime it's gametime. It's it's it's game time at an extra song. each time. The beginning of the second is a little song. It's not. I did not perform a song. It was at most a beat. Boxing changed fuxing. It was it was definitely a chant. It was triumphant which is perfect. Because we're about to go on an adventure. I really excited. We're we're somehow continuing this streak of actually preparing somewhat after what we're doing. Who knows if it'll last it will last. That's my commitment to you citizens of pod. Bill we will put some thought into our episodes beforehand. Sometimes and that's guarantee that facto wanna tell the people what we're doing julie what plan d. and d. and that is something i have never done before it's something i've barely done before you barely done but you have done it technically. Yes on this show. Yeah i i've never played with an adult. Well the closest i've come to playing d is having our little lewke master dungeon master my dungeon steamroll you into dungeon adventure messed up. Yeah that's good fun. Yeah that's pretty much what we're gonna do here great. I'll be your four year old. this time. You guys do have matching bodies but true. So imagine in your mind's eye rolling green hills near like the south island of new zealand very laura z. Exactly what this furthers. There's mountains around for those is rolling hills lives. There's rock strewn about here in their arch ancient rocks who Love ancient rocks. Or you tell us what your characters need no yes zarzar zaza like a baby's version of saying that there's lots of ours in there but they're not next so you are Would alf ranger. Tom and i'm going to give you a minute to read a little back story that i wrote for you. You don't need to reveal it but it can help provide you with some motivation. I wouldn't i reveal it. You can but it. It doesn't need to be revealed but it's just explains a little bit like what your character is like. This is so cute trained as a soldier you spent years fighting in wars to defend your homeland after a surprise attack by a group of fiends. Left you the lone survivor of your party. Oh that sad. You left the military to find solitude to the mountains. One day you came upon a group of merchants being attacked by bandits and found new purpose in protecting travelers for mountain bandits. You have been the defacto sheriff in these mountains for fifty years. So i think how you're like one hundred and twenty-five means you're for your full grown but you still have plenty of life left because you're an off longtime and so you've been living in the mountains not really forging any bonds but whenever something needs to happen you can step in and help people who need help kind of lacking a sheriff in these here parts cool but because you have tragedy in your past your slow to make new friends. 'cause couldn't lose them again. I feel so sad for me. Well that's why you're you can be a brooding loner s. Okay that's fine. Thank you gives you what you need. Okay so you are. You've been wandering through the mountains for a few weeks and haven't really seen anybody or anything and you are kind of near the edge of the mountains here. Where it's it's as. I said it's more like rolling green hills kind of making your way toward town that you know this kind of on the edge of where the mountains meet the forest so you can resupply on some things. Okay and as you're going along how about you do a perception check. Oh by i roll. Which di do. I use a d twenty and so for these you have these different modifiers plus to the role and then add to it. Twelve plus fourteen greet with this perception. Check you hear a oh. I'm so hungry to realize that you're hungry. high perceived. yes. I'm hungry and so that means needed some food so you need to do some hunting. I'm a good hunter. i think. Yeah i mean you're a ranger. Yeah so all right. I'm going to look around. Do i see any delicious. Animals do investigation.

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"time out" Discussed on ABA Inside Track

ABA Inside Track

05:50 min | Last month

"time out" Discussed on ABA Inside Track

"Why do you think parents and professionals use timeout. So much at home and in the classroom. Why do you think that's sometimes the first thing to do. That's a good question. I mean i think timeout has just. It's been around for so long a procedure that that parents use. And so i think some of it is just one of those like it gets passed down as you know generational parents timeout. Therefore i use time out sort of thing and it also it. It works really well. If if arranged appropriately it's a really effective procedure that then you don't have to use very often right. So that's the the beauty of punishment procedures and certainly we can talk about lots of negative aspects of punishment as well but good thing about using punishment procedures as when when used appropriately. You don't have to use them very often. The child doesn't need to contact time out of to see substantial and immediate reductions in problem behavior. Which then you know. That's that's also. I think a really nice feature of timeout. That when it's used appropriately it can be used very airing lee. Jeannie spoke about sort of the the age of time out in in terms of its place in parent training. It doesn't seem to be one of those procedures that i know. Sometimes i even think about you know taking it for granted all that it just works. It's been around forever and yeah like you said my parents used it. They're parents baby. Used it as well. And i think some of that might be just the effect the overall effectiveness or just the the ability of parents just like see that success right off the bat oral. Hopefully if it's done correctly. But i know you know we were talking a little bit for record that in recent years it does feel like even though everyone knows of it and might use it. It does seem less popular to some extent nowadays. Like i know personally when i've recommended. Timeout is part of a behavior intervention. Package ever looks at me like wow. What pioneer school did you originally work at sir. The time out would be recommended. Any thoughts as to why that might have shifted in the past. I don't know ten years for sure. I i guess i want to follow up with you on. Who were the people that tend to kind of bristle at the suggestion of using timeout. So it's typically professionals who are either counseling i. I don't think of any school psychologists who've who've had any issues with this but it's typically the teachers or counselors who have seen kind of surprised or they'll say okay but then you'll catch them.

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"time out" Discussed on This American Life

This American Life

02:20 min | 8 months ago

"time out" Discussed on This American Life

"Different stuff in February just after Meretz misses the deadline for the nineteen ninety. Eight golden gloves. I go to Milton's Jim to see her fight. Even though these days Marissa's and Thera much anymore Milton has promised me that. Maurizio will spar with a new girl. He's training we wait and wait and nomoreza. An hour passes when she finally show. She looks worn out and tired. She's not dressed to box and she says she's got the flu. She's not gonNA fight right away. Everyone starts pushing her little. Do you WanNa would me everything and another? She says she didn't bring her shoes. She doesn't have any of her gear. Milton points to some shoes. Lying in the corner says the her size suddenly. Meriva doesn't look so tired. But I gotTa tell you I have no mafia then Maurizio drops the pretense we head down in the elevator to her car turns out. She's been carrying her gloves. Her mouth piece wraps Oliver Equipment in her car for the past year. Just in case this is gonNA happen. It's GONNA come come. You got the biggest smile on. Your face. Looks so happy right now because I love boxing. That's what got me women today. Very very happy and very ballots. I guess second down Second Avenue between second third and Thirteenth Street. So here I am with no voice. We'RE NOT GONNA go. Spa is that crazy that's crazy. She grabs her bag and we race back to the gym and has Marissa's getting dressed. I noticed she wears tiny golden gloves on a chain around her neck Milton stance ringside pumped up ready to see his favorite in action again. This is how it cal sell live right here from eighteen bucks. Russia showed his shows to going Murtha stiff. At first then she starts to relax. She's ducking down dancing around the ring and in the last ten seconds of the fight she has a surge of energy. She's punching hard moving fast throwing nonstop combinations.

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"time out" Discussed on This American Life

This American Life

04:20 min | 8 months ago

"time out" Discussed on This American Life

"Ladies and gentlemen tonight's next bothers the women's one hundred six pound last. The Referees Peaks Antioch Corner Maritza Royal From the Supreme Team Boxing Financial analyst time personal trainer with Milton's training Ritze was unbeatable within a year. She had taken all the amateur titles New York. She won the Metros. The Empire States in ninety six. She won the biggest of all the golden gloves and Madison Square Garden. A fight televised around the world held in ring. Where some of the greatest boxers in history of fought other straight a Royal Marines. And I get together to watch the video of her ninety. Six golden gloves. When the gardens packed the crowds going wild Marissa's incredibly fast and beautiful in the rain watching her. You understand what it means to be a smart fighter. She's calculated the woman. She's fighting is taller than she is with longer arms summer Ritz Ducts. Down Low and jabs up to the body choosing where she lands punches to the ribs then to the chest and winner opponent barely. Catch your breath. Marissa's up giving her a fierce combination to the face. In had there goes. There goes the up by how to buy another one. Another one in the last ten seconds. Manson gets in a good punch straight to his face. Marissa's stumbles back and then seems to go crazy. She nonstop combinations in. The crowd is screaming. Then second FAM- I said don't go about any don't even though but can we just watch the last seconds. That was so cool. Oh my God you are so good Maritza I am I wanted. I want to see you fight so badly after the fight ends were laughing. We keep rewinding to watch. Marissa's amazing finale. You've got a good laugh. It's yeah that was a good as we're both completely high. Hysterical RAS FACES TRANSFORMED. This is pure joy and in a way. It's terrible because we both know. She's quitting boxing. Maria wants to go pro but that doesn't seem to be any way she could make a living at boxing. She's only one hundred six pounds. They don't even have a name for her weight class if she went pro. No one knows of any women who are good enough to match her. As it is there are only two amateur women at her level in all title matches. She's always been put up against the same opponents over and over and she's beat them every time in ten years there may be enough women that Maria would be able to make a career of it but she's already in her thirties. She says she has to be realistic about the future. I get mixed feelings. You know when I go into the gym I WANNA do it. You know but when I come way from the gym and I said look in reality is like I'm sad is like a sadness. Nobody sees on the outside. No one sees it but an inside. It's dying is like God. It could have been used should be in the boxing. It's like she's in love with someone. She knows she has to leave so she circles around. Boxing quits comes back for one. Night stands last year Milton under up for the metros tournament. Without telling her on the night of the fight he called her from ringside and told her they were holding up the match for her Maurizio got in her car and drove from Queens Brooklyn while Milton lied to the judges about Maria. Being stuck in traffic she arrived beat. Her opponent three rounds flat but was so disgusted with herself her fighting when she was trying to retire that she left without even collecting trophy but being back in the game felt good and after that when she just couldn't bring herself to walk away. Despite her reservations she went on to fight in the nineteen ninety seven New York gloves and of course one.

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"time out" Discussed on This American Life

This American Life

04:34 min | 8 months ago

"time out" Discussed on This American Life

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"time out" Discussed on This American Life

This American Life

07:32 min | 8 months ago

"time out" Discussed on This American Life

"Very calm I talking with our own. Nancy UPDIKE COMING UP KID. Who's not great at soccer event to way to be a star? That's in a minute. Gago public radio when our program continues support for this American life comes from capital one capital one has a fresh take on banking. Now you can open a new savings account in about five minutes and earned five times. The national average banking with capital one means five times the savings toward your dream honeymoon or five times the savings toward your family's ultimate vacation even five times the savings toward just feeling good about saving whichever it is. It's time to make your savings goals come true. This is banking reimagined. What's in your Wallet Capital One? Na member FDIC Tis Merican Life Mara Class. Today's program timeout. And it's kind of unprecedented moment when sports have been put on pause like. When has that ever happened? We have favorite stories from back before the lockdown to fill in the void the sports void. We have arrived at three of our program. Three those who can't play okay so far it show. We've done football and basketball. Let's turn to soccer. This is from Daniel Alarcon Executive Producer and host of radio. I'm Dante and it's about his dad growing up in Peru Daniels Dad Renato but soccer around the neighborhood like all the kids did but he's never anything special so certainly like he was never thought of as being an athlete but he was that of from young age was being like beyond unusually bright. You know when I've gone back everyone. I was introduced as we're not son. And then there's like lick your data so smart data so smart you know. When he was a kid he wanted his fourteen won this national quiz show for kids on TV and wow flew from the city where he lived in you know flew to Lima fees only from the provinces Who was a finalist only kid from a public school front page of the newspaper? He's incredibly verbal kid of poetry and words great talker but again soccer. There's two things that happen when you aren't one of the better players they put you in goal. You know to be a goalkeeper Maybe they might make you like ref you know. But that's like really like low you know But my dad turned around and know wasn't Goalie Ref and I'm sure he played. I'm not saying that he didn't play but but he started calling. The neighbor games pleaded so he was kinda games they have gear. He had a microphone and a little speaker. He Megan Louder. And Yeah Yeah. Yeah and so basically just taking equipment down. And he's announcing kids actual games. Yes as they're playing yes kids. He knows yeah kids in his neighborhood. I just imagine if I were a kid playing in that game to have somebody like calling the game and I could hear them kind. Game is doing it would be so much more competitive you know what I mean. It makes it so much more epoch. Yea absolutely might be. My picture of it is well. How glamorous you kidding me like. Suddenly their game is elevated. And it's not just the neighborhood game now it's like this is just like we're on the radio which is just like that's the same they do for the World Cup Daniels. Dad Russ Makeup Games like the whole professional games like all the players. Both sides all the action starting. Danielle says he was ten or eleven. He'll do just kind of for himself is like a thing to do though. The whole family knew he could do this. And if for example on Sunday afternoon after everyone's had lunch when my father would start to be the entertainment for the adults Renato. Just can you make up a game for us? You know. Make a good one. Just describe a game and it's completely made up game But when goal would be scored inevitably you know the adults would cheer and that was great. That was a great game and he's got really good this eventually he was. He was one of my great uncle's theater in town window on the beach Beach town in southern Peru and they were doing sort of like a night of arts and poetry or whatever talent show centrally. Yeah and my my great uncle. Lunka store signed up my dad. It was like you're GONNA do. You can do just like you do for us the house. Yeah Yeah on Sunday afternoons and I think at that point he was tall thirteen. He GOES OUT ON STAGE. Three hundred people in the theater and he's nervous but what he does essentially make up a game so many. God is the club from of local favourite from the province and in this game that he met on stage. They played the big fancy team from the capital Lima Low. They're like the Yankees. They're like the Yankees. Yeah we don't like them in his telling of it. Everyone plays the game of their life. You know everyone does it exactly right as if you know as if controlled like net which of course were right. Yeah Yeah I can just I find it very easy to believe that people could have been really moved by the sport. This this was. It wasn't like a fake game. It was at the game and so in his game the hometown team like gets it up to the edge in scores. Yes milliards course people exploded. You know like you cheering him that it actually happened and the detail that he tells me that I that I'm always struck by when you when the lights came up and he he went off stages on goal was crying weeping. You know with joy and with pride video of you online with your dad on stage and you tell the story and then your dad comes up on stage and then he calls a game. Yeah he hadn't done this in like fifty years but You know we we through Jersey on him and he took the mic in and you through some stadiums underneath realism Sudamerica. Another football. Why didn't see on the picket the phone number? So Minute FORTY I believe. Said you know proven team against the Brazilian team and the Brazilian team is bringing the ball out of the back need Santos Santos who is a Brazilian defender King out towards the right so these are teams from the fifties. Yeah okay so it was was a midfielder improvement fielder. He intercepts the ball here. So this is where things start shifting tough so it intercepts the ball and passwords. This is this is actually a stroke of genius. That's coming up court shuping those senior heads so this is the part where I was like. Dad really play with our emotions here. The ball in his telling the ball hits the post heads the ball and hits off the post rate bounces back out back in the field theory.

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"time out" Discussed on This American Life

This American Life

01:37 min | 8 months ago

"time out" Discussed on This American Life

"We talked for two hours about basketball and we kept returning the dunk and the cruelty of the dunk on that would sliced trophy a dunk by stick figure made of nails driving home there. Eighteen year old sense of frustration. They could be the best ball handlers. The best guards and it didn't matter worth a damn because they couldn't dunk all of that captured forever in the last trophy. Most of them would ever receive. I think it was really kind of thoughtless and the way that like thoughtless things can sometimes have a really nasty edge to them. You know like no one and we had a woman on our team who is like six three and she couldn't dunk the ball. I mean it was like there was no there was no one we knew who could dunk the ball. No not a single woman that we knew and we knew some tall women. We knew women who are in college. I mean we used to ice have dream a recurring dream that I dunk the ball. What were the circumstances? I was on the baseline and I. It was the same. I was in the same position all the time. And it wasn't like the kinds of dogs that you see in real life like that. Even the best players can do. This was a spectacular dunk. Because I didn't just get my hands up over the rim. I sailed over the rim with my feet and got above the Basket and just like slammed the ball down to thing like I was like my whole body was above the rim.

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"time out" Discussed on This American Life

This American Life

01:50 min | 8 months ago

"time out" Discussed on This American Life

"As a kid. Mary played basketball mostly with her older brother Daniel. The two of them roamed around the city together looking pickup games whenever they could all summer every weekend even at night because the court down the street had lights it was a way to get out of the House to escape the chaos of eleven kids a working class Irish family in a to small house. On the edge of northeast Philadelphia basketball was a place of clear rules and gestures. That always made sense and home was a place where you could get hit for. No reason or find yourself still hungry at the end of a meal. Mary remembered being hungry a lot growing up. A fact always cheerfully denied by the nuns at school. The message was You couldn't be hungry because your parents are saints And especially directed it to our family into all the other families that had Kids in them. Our parents were saints because they worked so hard to provide for us so I thought that I was. Just you know extraordinarily Greedy that that I would want to You know eat when I was hungry I think that the Playing basketball was away to say. You know like if I could use my body in this way that You know got me status and attention And a certain amount of prestige then than than my body was okay in a way even though like it was. I mean I was way too skinny when I was a kid And like it was caused concern for the school nurse. A couple times and playing basketball was a way to say. You know. You're not you're not going to have world damage from being malnourished. You're just going to have these other minor malnourish.

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"time out" Discussed on This American Life

This American Life

05:20 min | 8 months ago

"time out" Discussed on This American Life

"A to go nuts so back in one thousand nine hundred six Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls were at the height of their power on the way to winning the fourth of the six championships that they went back in the nineties. We didn't episode of our show on the Bulls and just about loving basketball included the story of a barber named Tommy. Who was the one person rooting against the Bulls in a barbershop on the south side full of bulls fanatics? 'cause Y'ALL WATCH. Playoff game on television the bulls against Shaquille O'Neal and the Orlando Magic. And they haven't a rough time at the moment but can't give up the ship yet right. Can't you up to even halftime the Bulls up by ten? Tommy did not let up hand dangling from his lip. It acquired no coming back about five to the latest thing. I think it was funny to calm. We say no to a room full of hyped up fans later when the game ended in the Bulls won by fifteen. Comments is no biggie booze. Coming series against Seattle and okay. This is the scene I narrated back then in that show then we all looked up and through the plate. Glass Window in front of the barbershop. We saw a car pool up a guy. Climbs out with a brand new broom in his hand and strides towards the barbershop. Bringing a dummy I walks in and stands broom in hand where the door was told. You'll come back up sweep. You need to run down the street. Was He alone. The guy's name is Derek regular at combing go home celebrate me and all free and buddies you Jeff. On the bandwagon. Sooner or later we will make believe. I know Tommy's on news. I'm already top top to Gary Payton War. We're going to do it. Won't to see out of the show wasn't just being a basketball fan so about playing basketball and what it could mean to you and not incidentally are the trophies that you collect along the way. If you're serious about the game I get bigger trophy. Of course some trophies do not age very well get old enough and at some point they can just start to dusty aging Carter whatever producers. Nancy Updike talked a friend of hers. Put a lot of basketball all about this. When I met up with my friend Mary to talk about basketball she was having some trouble with her trophies. She just moved to new apartment and her new place was small so small that a bunch of high school trophies would just dominate any room. They were in. She had the trophies in a box in the living room and we sat on the floor pulling out fake silver statuettes of girls and coo lots reaching ever hopeful in fit like in Soviet propaganda posters. Feeling really tough walking home with something this big especially if you hold that baby by the base. Then she found one. That was not like the others sort of hard to understand. Actually it picture this a thick slice of would sanded and shellacked and mounted with miniature rim and backboard and then leaping across the front a stick figure made of roofing now going in for a slam dunk. Mary identified this as her. Nineteen seventy eight girls. Varsity team trophy from Cardinal Dougherty high school and the girls she said had not been pleased with the trophy at all. If ugly isn't it yeah? It Is Truly. We were really unhappy. We wanted traditional yes. We would rather have had like the the also ugly but much more acceptable old version of trophies trophies. Oh sure I mean if you're a thirteen year old girl you don't WanNa be walking that right right. That's true if you want something that goes up high in the sky not something. That is a slice of a tree. A tree with a nail stick figures started together. He adult doing the one thing that you know you'll never be able to do dunk was that. Was that something that you all discussed. Oh Yeah I mean we. We also thought that that was the only reason we've never be in the NBA. Luckily for us we all thought well. You know we're we're really you know some of the best players on the face of here you know when you're sixteen year old girl who's at a tough Catholic League school like you saying we're good enough you know. I'm just as good as Maurice Cheeks. And you know the doctor would like to play with me and Dr J. and you know we could attribute or lack of success in the NBA. To the fact that we were girls soon to be women who had never don't that's all that was keeping.

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"time out" Discussed on This American Life

This American Life

09:40 min | 8 months ago

"time out" Discussed on This American Life

"On Friday night floodlights. Okay so let's begin with this story of people yearning sports to begin again in a moment a few years back when nothing was normal at all businesses. Were shut down. School was canceled. Kids Dot Com. Destroy Happened Right. After Hurricane Katrina to towns Mississippi. That's right on the Gulf of Mexico wayland in Basic Lewis wave when was pretty much wiped out in the hurricane Muslims businesses. There were destroyed or severely damaged. Basing Louis only did a little better a month after the hurricane we broadcaster story about them. Most people still didn't have electricity couldn't drink water from the Faucet. One of the first things they decided to bring back in before that other stuff football high school football one of our producers back then Lisa pollock went down there in two thousand five during those early weeks after Katrina. Put together this story. The Bay Tigers play their first game of the season on the Friday. Before Katrina. They'd beat Hancock high thirty fourteen after the storm. The joke was that they've gone undefeated. Everyone figured the season was over. Players were homeless. The high school was closed. But just days. After the hurricane the bay high coach Brennan compressor started hearing from his players. They wanted to play football. They called a sal and sent text messages. They stopped him on the street. They wanted to play football. They wanted something that reminded them of what life was before the thing that a lot of them were saying. That only take seven and the play and that they no matter. How many of the head. The they wanted to do this. That was doing thing if they had to look forward to. You know you wouldn't stage a school play without a school. Football is different here anyway. In Bay Saint Louis Game Day starts at six thirty. Am with a team breakfast at a church. Newspaper Stories about the game are posted on the wall at school in the afternoon. Drummer from the band marched through the hallways just before the PEP rally strangers in town. Stop Player to talk about that week's game so even the school won't start again until November. The coach called a meeting to try to restart the team. There was some challenges. Only nineteen player showed up of the seventy who are on the team. They couldn't use the practice. Field since national guardsmen. Were camping there. Their field house was destroyed most of their equipment and it's for their uniforms recalled up a few days after the spam just they had people running around and our jerseys and cleats and throwing balls around and I guess it was fathers and sons. Or what people wearing like your guys as football jerseys replacement clothes right exactly and then you know considering the circumstances you know. I didn't get really upset about it. I was like I guess. They need some clothes they could go ahead and take you know possibility. They're saying it's probably going to be one of the most pack games he's played over. It's Game Day. The Tigers very first game since Hurricane Katrina one month after the storm and flown to Mississippi where Tyler brush teams quarterback showing me around. There's not a lot to see just huge piles of wreckage near the beach. Mile after mile of empty spaces were houses and buildings used to be after the hurricane. Tyler's family left for a while. Move to Florida. Do town where they used to live. They got a nice house. In Tyler began high school there. He was practicing. What their football squad and he's going to be a starter there too but then coach compressor called. Tyler says coming back. Here was a hard choice. My Dad he originally didn't want to come back. I mean he was pretty much against it but he decided I mean he said that was my decision. I had to think about it. A Lot I was nervous about coming back. I recognize the situation. I was not new. What else was taking the chance if I came back here. College teams might not seem replay. But I felt that I still need to come back though for whoever did comeback his quarterback he didn't WANNA LA team down so now families living fifteen miles away in diamond and two of the teams other players whose families didn't return our living with them to. This is a strange place to be a kid right now with the school. They spend their days. Doing up work hauling out sheet rock and moving trees and debris it's bleak and boring. The favorite hangouts are gone. Football is one of the few things left. We're actually put one to my house. Now this is pretty much. Nothing left my house as he stares right here were here. Lead up to The house they're completely gone literally. All we're looking at are the wooden stilts that held up the House and the foundation which looks like it was lifted up from the ground and I mean there isn't even like stuff around like furniture closer. We're all this. We're go just water just washed up at way wiped out. There's nothing left. Does anybody here need pants? You need pass. Come with me over at the football field. The new uniforms arrived just in time a gift from a man in North Carolina and the kids lineup while the coach is open. The boxes The new jerseys are blue and white. Not Balloon goal the school colors but no one seems to care off getting picky here just relaxed. But what what do you need? This isn't the team it used to be over half the Tigers still. Haven't come back to the coaches have filled out the roster with some new recruits. A few seniors. You've never played football. Some freshmen from the school's ninth grade team. Two guys from the Tigers Archrival Saint Stanislaw. They cancelled their season into capital off. Bad News bears style. Some scared looking seventh and eighth graders from the junior high in all. It's still just twenty nine players along way from seventy some of these kids are all but homeless sleeping other families couches and floors one linebackers living in camper alone. His parents hours away also. He can play football with everything. These kids have been dealing with everything they've seen. They seem genuinely relieved and excited to be here today. Putting ON JERSEY. Lacing up cleats everybody's anxious to play again. Get things back to normal. That's Adam a senior tight end and for him getting things back to normal pretty much one thing. I love hitting feeble. That's I mean there's no better feeling in the world just unloading on somebody I mean even now dealing with all this you have an extra feel warmth you get just that exciting feeling about you know hitting somebody. There's no you can't explain it equally excited. It's brand a tenth grader. I think Brandt might be one of the happiest kids I've ever met. He doesn't stop beaming even when he's talking about swimming through his flooded kitchen or living for weeks without plumbing or power he moved to Texas stay with a relative for a while but didn't stay. Long Texas was gray kind like scary and it was just like like. Have you ever seen this step from wives? Everything's perfect that's how it was. They were all like hi. How are you doing? Can I get you anything your clothes food and I'm like I'm fine now? Does this feel like a normal Couple of hours before a game or does it feel different. I'm GonNa Miss Forty Games. The pre-game meals we don't have them pre game meal's good all you can eat. Food Baked Chicken with all the spices on it was so good. That was like a month ago. So you stayed here this whole time. What's their vendor e for you all three meals a day maurice. So what what's an emory tastes? Like I'll tell you what number meal number twenty and meal number twenty two twenty Spaghetti in two thousand. Two's jumble lot the best. It I told my momma she step it up because that stuff is just start getting Imerese regular all right. Hey guys everybody right here where these guys are. GonNa take your something real quick. You said taking either one. It's late afternoon now about an hour. Before the game everybody gathers around coach compressor and he urged them to think about the past month when they get on the field tonight. Everything you have inside of you let it out all the aggravation the frustration having to get up. And do all the Junky do every day. Because of this hurricane let it all out right here. A play for your community okay. That's why you hear okay. Some people can't be here play for guys who can't be here to play for Bay. Saint Louis Waiver. Does anybody have any questions about anything? Offense defense special walk. What love you to cow. Of course. There's only so much love one. Football team can take an hour. Later is the team gets ready to run onto the field. The coach has this to say so. Forget all the niceness right now all junk go out there and get after their behinds. Do you understand me now. We do want to win the football. Okay everybody somebody let's go. It's kind of hard to believe that out of the ruins of this town just down the street from gutted houses.

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"time out" Discussed on This American Life

This American Life

05:51 min | 8 months ago

"time out" Discussed on This American Life

"What's in your Wallet Capital One and a member? Fdic is stand in the film. I am legend where okay so visitations over the only person left to live in New York is will Smith and he is not able to find traces of anyone else alive anywhere on earth and every morning he wakes up make some breakfast put some videos of the today show for back before the earth was destroyed just to make the morning seem normal. One of the sports fans on our staff Matt was saying the other day. That is exactly what it's like today. Watching the constant replays of old sports on television. He's watched the two thousand eighteen Stanley Cup the NBA Finals Game. Seven from two thousand thirteen an old yankees game from nineteen seventy eight. The masters last year of the Tiger Woods. One all that Corey from back. When life was normal sports was part of it part of the Thrill of the Michael Jordan documentary. The last dance was. It wasn't just sports but a primetime Sunday night. Sports event that you can look forward to and you could watch knowing other fans we're watching and talk about and share means just like the world used to be is two guys who write about a college football. Jason Kirk and Spencer Harbor at this thing that I love about the lack of sports in our world today is a guy who normally spent over fifty hours a week on a slow week watching games and thinking about sports who these days like hungry men rating an empty kitchen pantry for any scrap of food voted watching college games that they've seen before and live cream baseball in the middle of the night. German Soccer League goons league Saturday morning. The choice was between Bundesliga and Cornhole the American tailgate game. Where people throw sandbags at a A wooden plank Jason. Here's Spencer explaining what he's come to I yesterday. Put On for the edification of my kids and their larger education. Ricky steamboat versus Macho Man. Randy savage at wrestlemanias free and it's largely considered the greatest wrestling match of all time. And I realized that since I'm home schooling my kids. They had to see the important classics of my culture. The Canon the Canon. Yeah it really like. We're joking but we're not like kinetically. There's a lot of controversy about what is in the Canon wrestling wise. No one disputes this species watching way fewer games. Narok town and sometimes he says he it. This actually might be better for him in some way to devote fewer hours sports. Maybe maybe but it also makes me realize that the things I filled them with aren't much better. There's a lot of empty. There's a lot of empty space out there. Man There's a lot of empty space in life and when somebody says well now you can could fill up with something really meaningful will you or or is that even an option. I think there's only so much meeting you can pack into the hours of a week. I think there's only so much productivity within one person. I think that's something by the way. This is forced me to confront anyway. They say these guys wrote about sports. Doing these sports less months is called what we're sports. The town of it is like people who live in tents surrounded by rebel after a war. Remembering what it was like to live in houses looking back on their own is which only now they appreciate for what they were as. I starts this way I remember. There were expensive commercials. I definitely remember expensive commercials. Being apart of live sports. I only noticed this. When sports on replay happened the ADS for replay games or cheap very sad on generators car warranties bootleg tactical gear for things? That shouldn't be tactical like car visors hearing AIDS back. When they were sports each person had a list of teams. They strongly preferred to been like if the Portland Trailblazers and Memphis. Grizzlies squared off. You and I would be a little bit happier about life. The Grizzlies where the team that won. What was that all about? Other things phillies fans doing things that were not normal for anybody but phillies fans spreadsheets. Sports statistics for each game results then went into a spreadsheet for the whole season which then went into a historical spreadsheet watching our game and walking away with one GIF worthy moment they write version of sifting for gold but version in which the dirt itself was valuable thing I remember about. Sports is watching. People run fast in one direction. It was fun to watch someone. Do this when unimpeded. Such as when you say. Bolt walk into a mall in church shoes or whatever and ran as fast as the fastest. Nfl player ever had but it was ten times as fun when someone was able to run really far while other people were trying to stop that person from running for fun. Watching big people tried to stop fast people from running. They write sports chemistry labs designed to run for hours months centuries along the way producing countless things. Nobody could have predicted from the onset. A cool other-worldly space place where people could completely depressurized for several hours and sometimes succumb to space madness along the way when things went haywire. Do remember that part apart was like Apollo thirteen like when your team. Starting safety went out with an injury and they had to figure out how to play with ten defenders. A one guy who should have been going to law school instead of covering the other teams best receiver. That part was a problem but fun one to solve these problems. Very much belong to someone else despite US getting to invest feelings whether they solved these problems are not carrying about whether a mediocre general manager could finally figure out how to do sports budgets. This was kind of like politics but in a fake world in which we didn't have to acknowledge politics can kill.

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"time out" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

10:41 min | 1 year ago

"time out" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

"Partout. I ten so joe. You got arrested after. Do that. First Bank robbery but not for the bank robbery for all the other small petty things you've done but other things added up and you got sentenced. Rose was I like the first time we went to prison. I gotTa tell you. I was quivering. My Lips were. I'm trying to really hold it together but I remember my was pathetic Saddiq and I got the sentence semi Chino. Chino is just like a reception center. So it's just just a bunch of guys just waiting for what's going to happen so there's guys who are serious offenders and guys like me who are only get. Do you know a year and a year and a half and there's guys but all the same reception thing it's really turbulent now I drive Chino and it's just nothing but trolls over southern California Indian gets arrested got sentenced. That's it. I'm around a bunch of little gang bangers and I don't have a gang at all. Aw everyone's vying for power. There's a lot of guys and a lot of politics there. I knew none of it but I knew one thing which is I need to establish. I said I'm not somebody who you fuck with. And it's hard because I looked like a lame got glasses preppy glasses. I don't have a gang. I don't have anyone to raise their hands for me. I'm I'M GONNA have to do it myself. So we drive up there and I remember there. Was this guy. He was being loud mouth. I actually don't even think hugh is Mexican. There's an interesting phenomenon that but he hung with the Mexicans but I think he may have been pershing or something that he was trying to play the Mexican thing. I what does this guy was on noxious. I think we were playing Habur basketball and he can bumping up. Whatever something upset me about him and I thought he was a lame? I mean to be honest with you. It was Mexican. There's just like some some some other who was hanging with the Mexican. They WANNA poom sow so in this situation. We just have to end up fighting to slinging our dogs and I- interesting the doors on sky. He drops when he falls. He was like the kind of crawling around on his hands. Knees and straddling and then I reach understand reach around under his Jan at sounded weird but I returned under Gen and I come home my other hand I start pummeling his face. I mean and knocking. Scott he's one of the first guys that I sat on. I wrote an Award House is back. And he's on all fours. I mean devastate. The inside people were like. Oh this kid's got heart and you're thinking this whole time you need to make a statement use it what you know that other people are of course because there's a bunch of guys around there right there there and there and and and and I'm making an I am making a statement that's all you WanNa do the president. I got heart. Don't mess with me. If you miss me you're gonNA unseal out of your blood that's all you want. And so that was cool. I got Fi- I was treated fine there. I showed that even though not a gang member and this guy the bald head and all the gang things and the Tattoo whatever I was able to take them out and dispatch him and then I was fine there in fact I got along with everyone after that and then they sent me to. Crc I go to next place. California Rehabilitation Center and low is a low level prison me. It's still dangerous because there's a bunch of trolls there and And and you know it's still has all the Dane. It's dangerous in a different way. Like like nobody really gets killed there but guys get stabbed inserting guys get you know jumped a lot an guys. It's just you don't even need that you can just get your ass. You know stuff taken all kinds so Was Prison so I get to this place and you are loud Thirty Pound Package Akkad. Think it was back in the day. I don't know what they have now. This is the early eighty four. Eighty five you can have cigarettes three cartons of cigarettes cans of Tuna Jeans and those days you wear your own Levi's I think it's now they have uniforms. They're even have that magazines playboy penthouse company. Books looks but you can get a good sized thing right bunch of Rama noodles and stuff by the time I package comes. I'm thinking I might be in trouble here because because I have to carry my package from over there all over here. I have no homeboys to walk with me. And there's some Stephen motherfuckers in this in this prison. I looked like lame I know. I looked like lame because I haven't even started doing pushups on the skinny noodle little guy and this and so eventually I knew I was going to have to fight here too. I just knew that or stab someone. It's just that's a given but now you have this pressure because his packages coming so you need to show that so now. I have a package coming in. This is where I feel. People are going to take advantage of men. Let me tell exactly why There's this one kid from From El Monte Monterey this this guy started befriending me talking to me coming on my my bunk. And he looked like a lame himself but he hung with the trolls from El Monte Florida as refunds. Then why does I'll be right next door and So He's again now here's thing he was also half Mexican half Wa deck or something. I got our one. I don't remember but he wasn't full Mexican and in me that meant that meant something in my parochial mine at that time right so it's like all right so this dude in his hood he's not full Mexican and they're sending this to me. I don't know who there's a lot of guys in here under look guys. Some guys. lookback like shock collars and some. Don't and this guy doesn't look like a shock collar but he's here and he's trying to prepare me Walkman a mild thing is you know. I'll walk this show. We'll walked yard. I don't have any problems with him. Because would everbody anybody thinks is going on. I know nothing is going on. I'm not my guards not down. I see that this could be the move move eventually. This is going to be the move against me so I get notified that my packages there and I know that he had to go work during that day. So I I shootout over there. When he's got to go work? I get my package I take my Pakistan. Lock it in the in the locker and again the bulk and I'm just reading a book and this guy comes in and he walks up. He walks past me whatever and then he talks to people. I don't know he comes up to. Hey man heard you got a package got packing. Stop the cookies man. I said none of US chip. It'll be an asthma. He he's I looked up and I said yeah man. Yeah it's GonNa be fucked up as what it is. You Ain't got that come matt so he lives then he comes back and he was like watcher. Elise let me take a look at the play where man. I'm GonNa Porno our address so get them. Kim's my playboy magazine problem with that Dr Jack found care so I go a couple of days later and he sees on his bunk and he hasn't brought back a magazine and I go up to him and I say My magazine he said Sold it so what I sold it. And that's it. That's the moment he's telling me you're paid punk. Fuck Walk You I took your Shit. What are you GonNa do about all right all right? Stay right here now fucking. Let's set it off. Now Fuck you you stay here. I'll be right back. He didn't WanNA leave 'cause he thought it was going to go get a knife. I WANNA leave because I wanted to think I'm GONNA go get it. I I have to get. I don't know Oh forget nobody there but what I do is I go to the I go to the chapel in the prison and I'm sitting there in that chapel and I'm thinking man I gotTa Fuck I need to confront this like right now. No trying to negotiate. Whatever fuck that? He told me that he we want he took. She's still my shit. There's one thing that needs to happen. What do you think would happen if you didn't confront them so I don't confront several things happen? Mexican would say okay. You're a lame Mexican and we get to do whatever the fuck we want. We can stab you. We can make you suck our dicks. Every time you get something would bust open your Logger Walker and take your shit like they will make my life. How and so what I need to establish? Is I that that Mexican Mexican. So I I'm looking up at the cross of Jesus hanging on that cross in the chapel. I guess I need to do. I need him to see a lot of his blood and I need a lot of other people to see his blood. I need people who's ever watching. No fuck ritual lawyer and there. We'll be blood and maybe possible. Some part of your body will also take it so I go get cool. I gotTA smashes head then into to a mirror I gotta smashes head if I can into the sink I got like break him in some ways really damaging right so I was upset but I wasn't yet peak rage so what I did in that Chapel was I started remembering all these humiliations from my childhood. These three guys jumped me and my dad came and told me I needed to get the car. We were going to go look for them and he was going to beat the one but I I want. There's all these humiliations from my childhood. Mr Latrell performance and so I'm playing all these memories and they're so humiliating array just. This is the thing that I do from from then on which is whenever I needed to get some boosts of power a rob banks whatever to push past the fear that already inevitably feel before while I was driving there I would pull out these memories. This is the first time that actually pulled it out. Like religious medallion. It just rubbed them for fucking power and incited me and I was just looking cars ready for battle. You feel like King Kong your prime take nothing fuck you.

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"time out" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"time out" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

"Is there like a an incident or or a thing. You did that you can pinpoint as this was the beginning. So we're talking about the beginning of crime. You don't begin with what people think is what's the first. I think you stole not stealing. It's when did you realize I want you transgress. I wanted to do something and try and get away with. It could be a lie. It could be thievery. It could be what I think when I think career was when my mother was sick we had to stay with Mister Latrell he was my teacher. He is in his apartment who's single heads apartments in the back of the school and he had to correct papers and surveillance after school. We would stay sometimes at his place. Oh I remember he said don't eat anything. Don't do you just sit there and wait your homework. And Yeah I remember thinking my Christian teacher Super Super Moralistic. I'm not supposed to anything here so I did everything I could check his drawers. I would go into his kitchen as pantry. And there was all these boxes of Ritz crackers and sunflower seeds and and he was so so need his boxes. Royal flush facing the same way. I can live like that and I remember thinking everything I get I have to put it back exactly and like I saw like I got it. I remember breaking the rules in his place and trying to make sure that he would not be able to catch me and Mr Latrell was very important figure in my life because of how hyper moralistic Qaeda's so when I was breaking the rules it was. I was just breaking the rules. I was breaking the rules against somebody who in my imagination was lording his his self righteousness over me. I'll give you an example. My Mom's sick migrate start to plummet. I'm traumatize anxious. I anxiously. I'm scared I'm feeling desperate. A moralities all mass And so I go to picking my car. He's a lawyer John. Come walkup because that's when you pick up your report card from the at the desk. He would just sit there behind his desk. Handed out to. You'd have to come get it and when I went to reach for on my report card I wanNA pull it and he held onto it and I was like oh I'm not. I thought you wanted to give me cutting and I look at him and he's looking at me and he's menacing me. No you should have been doing better. I'm not happy with your performance calves. That look like tension punishment judgment and I remember being like. Oh that's too much. That's why did he have to do that. That he felt I was being refractory like I was rebellious kid and I felt like while for man of God you should have no no fucking compassion. So I fucking hated that dude and now we're in his house and I know that if he knew that I was doing things she didn't want me to be passed. Yes I'm like fuck you I'm GonNa do I mean there's there's all this attention -ality and so wasn't a crime. But I remember very consciously thinking I mean I'm remembering now. I'm remembering looking at his shoes in his closet. I remember in the Pantry door and the way everything was organized. I'm remembering I remember how it was kind of set up. It was a big deal for me to do what I was doing. Intentionally violating every was supposed to do in their can his meticulous house years years later when I was in prison and I wanted to go beat some guy up and I went into the chapel. I had to pull out a lot of memories of humiliations growing up and one one of the memories I always pull out. It was good to ignite the rage of me was a Mr Latrell. I felt so humiliated by him that I wish I I was like when I get out of the hope I see that it was it. The memory of holding Yeah the car. The report looked at me the way he menaced me. Just second menace that woman when I try to grab that note from her thinking and I just like you fuck you commit a fucking money and and you see a three saying that malice that he expressed hers me expressing that toward a kid isn't the wrong. I knew he was in the wrong. He didn't he thought I'm allowed to give you this. A man nineteen sixty eight and white man. You're brown kit and undecideds GONNA go more religious. This is how we treat each other years later. I get an email now from this electoral I saw you from. My Book came out promoting my book. I saw you could see the Dow know if you remember me and I said today Mr Trump actually made it in my book. I remember you I did. I said Yeah you should buy just all. I'll buy it right now. I I love to hear what you think about it. I never heard back the book when I talk about that I talk about. I wished I would meet Mr Latrell now in a dark alley or when I was when I was a criminal I wished I I would meet him and I said I just have a minute or two to just get back at him with a two way for I was so mad that guy just ignited so much rage at me.

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"time out" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

09:02 min | 1 year ago

"time out" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

"Part one first time out. Okay Hey sorry. I'm sitting here in the studio. This has been there and I'm sitting here in the studio Joe Loya Joe. Hey Ben Joe Today you're wearing a sort of a black pullover shirt word yoga black glasses silver goatee normally city of Oakland baseball cap here. Yeah on the issue. How do you describe yourself to people I say on fluffy I mean? You'd say a fat but very heavy. I mean you're living way existing large. I don't know how to live. You have ah so. I'm a thick man Mexican dark skin you know and Late fifties late fifties. Yeah easy to say I I mean looking in. Now you're charming. I don't think people would understand that used to break school records and track though. Nobody is the my friend Danny Gaydos once said he said man. You look like you ate that guy a photo of me. When I was eighteen years old? He says man you look like you eight. That guy which that's what I looked like. But let's get back into it. It's nineteen eighty-four. You've never robbed a bank before you've committed crimes but mostly small stuff fraud stealing cars enough. That has gotten the attention of the COPS. You're wanted by police so you've been hiding out into on You've you've driven to San Diego from Tijuana you're in a stolen car and you're walking in and out of banks all day but now it's deadline time Oh okay so finally four forty five. I got robbed this bank. I know it does no getting around it doing right now. I don't have a choice. I stand in line. Have my note and go to the lines. Are you doing sir a central fine. How're you doing some walking over let everybody like see us and then let not pay attention to us? And as I walk up to our slide the notre she puts it I put on the table. Slide at her. She looks down at it and she reads it and reads it and reads has plenty of time to read. It turned it over copied. Ed turned back over ready to get like too long so reached foreigner. I realized I gotta get her attention. I grabbed a note. Can I move it around a little bit like. Hey Mr something about this. And she still won't look up so I had to pull the note away from her because I realized Oh shit. I've given her something to to a distracter. She does not want to look up and she doesn't have to look up so I tried to pull the no back. She tries to pull the note to her and she's pulling the note. We're doing this bullshit tug of war the Dow fucking pissed so I leaned forward and say I'm not fucking around. I'll jump to counter and I reached down like I got a gun and pat my waist band. Like I'm coming over. I will fuck you up for this bullshit stuff and it was in that moment she looks up. Consume is a minister which looked at me. She saw a serious. She opened a drawer. Just gave me the money. Now I put on the table on the counter. I put a fanny pack. A kind of like goofy little tiny dinky fanny packs but like in the fan. You can become a sophisticated that point. So there's a lot of different sizes but was a good size fanny pack. Start throwing the money in and tell good no way so then you get the money you take you defending you pick up the fanny pack my favorite zipping up walking away like I just did banking. I'm not like running. I'm not like shroud. The you know energy other than you know walk away. I turn around to walk the bank like I'm a customer just finished my transaction action. I get to the door and before I can you walk out the door. He Rather Bang. You robbed US and so I start start running and I mean I run. I'm bending over driving my arms and I'm high stepping deputy and I'm running too far away at the end of the block. I knew there was a trolley station. The cab there I jumped into the cat pulled away from this looking back and and they were like in the beginning they were chasing after me Ernest and then they realize there's no catch me. This Jack Rabbits gone so getting the car tell him to get me to Sanusi real. He dropped me off on the other side of the freeway incensio. And then I walk over a bridge To where I had my hotel room so again inside my room and obviously the first thing I'm excited to do is figure which one egg it looks like a lot of money and So I start counting money break up the twenties the fifties hundreds of fives tens of I always did and then. Then how can this county because this looks good and sure enough forty five hundred dollars score glorious so joe at this point in your life you earn money. Legally we're gonNA various jobs and you earn money illegally. What's the difference in how that now that question right there around? That's Bonnaroo question as a great Christian. Okay so already. When I was in college I used to think I did this math and thought out of college and the four years? I'm going to be working through college because I don't. We don't have a lot of money and when I get what do I think I might get. Started off a forty thousand dollars. Maybe fifty. If I'm lucky I don't know but I don't think that I'm GonNa make a lot of money and we're going to have to do that over a year of work and one of the reasons I wanted crime was I thought no a guy who has that kind of gumption and he should be getting paid buckets of money. I felt like this. This is what my time is worth so this money already felt so much better. I felt like I I got it. Based on my wit on my ferocity I was getting paid for fucking heart and also I love the the cleanness of it like everyone's like okay. We're GONNA do this game somewhere. We exchange money all the time and life and then we all die here. I'm going to get it. Here's a paycheck and okay. Then here I'm going to go buy food and we're all exchanging engine money then we die. Haven't like man. We've been duped since the way too fucking but if we're going to be having an exchange of money let's make it this way. Hi You of a lot of money. Give me your fucking shit now. It's my money by. Just give me the money this Wirawan by it's clean and it was as fast and it was commiserate my time. That's great. I love getting four thousand five thousand dollars for five minutes of work. I felt like that's actually begin that every day on my life every five minutes in my life so I was happy. If they don't have to be a petty criminal ever again. Still a snicker bar. You're a shirt and never have to defraud anybody. I I owe somebody fifty bucks. I got to give him fifty bucks. I get to be honorable now and in my life except for this one thing because I'm a bank robber now going to rob banks talking to so you spend the night eight in your hotel. And then the next morning you're GonNa go to Mexico across the border even though you're wanted for a bunch of petty crimes all over southern California and even though you're in a stolen all in car I mean how are you feeling. I was happy I went to K. Mart. We're right there. There was not there anymore K.. Mart and I went in there and I got me a the big case of Dr Pepper. 'cause you know I had all that cash. They gave me like a King Love Dr Pepper. Mas- my drink and get on the freeway three with last onramp and then traffic a lot of traffic on okay. This is weird. I just anticipated just kind of driving through because I've driven through here before you just drive through morning traffic. I don't know what the problem is. And then I realized there's a ton of police officers up here and then as you get closer and closer. I realized there stopping every car. They're looking everyone's I D. I don't realize in the moment when we come through array quickly that they were looking for stolen cars going in and make sure they get me on my stolen car car registration for It comes up stolen. They arrest me they take my fingerprints on it comes back Joe. Loya one in five counties in southern California so they arrest me I go to jail. They take my forty five hundred dollars. patrollers traffic. Any crimes at this money belongs to determine it didn't and so they had to give it back to me.

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"time out" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"time out" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

"From studios and western sound. This is the score Steven One. The bank robber diaries. I'm Bennett Air and this is episode one. First Time Out How much had you planned this all out in advance? What did you know going through it? How are you going to go? And how are you going to get away. None none none. I mean you can't just just rob a bank with no plan. Can you what I do remember about the day is this I I started ten. I walked into the First Bank and grab a slip and I right mm-hmm we have a bomb bankrupt. I wrote a bank robbery and then I'm like fucking. I don't WanNa do this year for some reason. This doesn't feel oh right. Walking a win win is like three cameras emmy at the door realize I could've busted if anyone it just kind of like you know zoomed in on the guy who's writing something on the back of that they could've seen I was trying to rob that bank so I wrote my next one Um next note at McDonalds and I would walk into banks and I would leave them all day long. You know like I would walk in and I I would stand in line go a couple of steps up a couple of customers would be going now. They don't get a feel for this. I'd walk in you know guards. God I sorta got man. I probably nibbled a little bit of food from every fast food joint available at KFC Wendy's if this was a short film it would be a comic film film because you would see me going into okay. I'm going to do it in the next day. She drinking coffee at McDonald's all fucking nervy in the next scene Campi to offer at Burger King just me let students to Taco Bell. Wendy it was like fucking hilarious. Were you feeling inside. Fear or is this like at this point. I'm not going to jail just any life. Robbing a bank when I go do this next thing. This is the real thing so I know that on the other side of this is a payoff a big payoff because when you run past your fear then it cannot harass you anymore on this side of it is a big dark menacing curtain and it seeing try eighty comeback here see what the fuck snap nearly one open the curtain. Fuck once you open that curtain curtain fuck and you fabrics. No more current you can turn around like where's that forget Kurt. And it was medicine me. There's no curtain and that's what you have to do. You have to push past your fear to get to the next level her now walking in and out of these banks all day long hearing get that curtain. Curtains just taught to me you fucking punk and I knew that I had this in me where I could cough up a nut. Second to something if I need to you do it now all day. I wasn't confident nut sack. I all day. I was not calling up my courage. It would just go so here. We only get me so far and then there are Peter out how this point. I was doing doing that right now. Fuck all the bullshit. Let's go do this.

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