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"tony couple" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"tony couple" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Tony's at his home. They're taking their time out on a Friday night. Answer any and all of your questions about your autumn your car's needs as we head into the winter driving season, So let's get right at it. And I'm gonna start off with both of you. What should the average car owner be thinking about? We just had our big first snowstorm, So our timing is a little off, but nothing we could do about that. The witch You're driving season is here. What should we be thinking about immediately? Well, there's a there's a couple of things you know, and one of the Basic things is stay home on Lee go out if it's necessary. Even if you're a very good driver and bad weather, it's just not you get it, Weigh it out. How necessary is it that you go out and do what you do? We're going home. Last night, I saw four wheel drive trucks. They were in the snow down in the middle between the left and right sides of route 95. Yeah. You had a patch patch of ice. I don't care if you have four wheel drive, six wheel drive. You're just going down. I mean, so you have to wait. So they were in the medium. You mean there was they would have been traveling and they are off the road, not off the side of the road there in the medium. They were in that in that median strip in that snow was very deep, and it would suck you right? Right in. We saw trucks bigger than ours. Getting cold stuck then. This type of spell this time, just minded you right right in. So you really have to weigh it out? How important is it that I go out and do this and you got to drive slowly. You know, you have to adjust your speed to account because you don't have the traction. Um A lot of people get stuck, and they don't even think about this. Don't stop going up a hill. There's nothing worse than trying to get your car going when the nose is pointed up bill on an icy road. So So what? It's like when, when all of a sudden you're going up that hill, you know that you're slowing down. I mean, that that instinct is to hit the brake and try to back down. What should you do? If you can't make it to the top of the hell then you need to get old. You need to try to win because most likely going to slide. Get over towards the curb. Pray you don't hit anything. And just park it wait for it to get a little bit better. You don't want to have personal injuries done, but plan that hilly if you're living on the side when you're going up What the hell and you see, a trash truck stopped in the middle of that icy road. And you have to get further up there where he is. You know what? You wait until you have a clear path. Tony couple of things that maybe people could still be thinking about. Obviously, the first big snow was here. But all of a sudden you go from 55 60 degree weather, which is great because Your car is not going to be overheating. There's no ice in the road meets the perfect driving conditions are for the most part. He can have a rainstorm, obviously, with leaves, But what should they be thinking about The battery? I assume has got to be one thing that get you got you. Have you want to make sure that you know one of question Battery? Yes. Number two. You want to make sure that your wipers are properly fitted for winter for winter usage Number three for me, is you Washer fluids. Make sure that your windows air clear that you can clear them. Um, your heat works Well, number Number three. Number four. I'm sorry. Get hires. You got to make sure that your tires are in good shape that they all season or winter went already driving. Um, one of the things that I saw yesterday, especially, um you know, I see people they would they would they Traveling too close to each other. And I was driving in tow the backside of ever yesterday and I saw one little Toyota Woz too close to the backside following a one on one of the city plow trucks and the flower truck went and slowed down and stopped. This lady just couldn't stop. She was way too close. And next thing you know, you see, there goes the kind of sideways right into the back of it. Really, Um It's it's if you're why I just don't see why people do that. And particularly, you can be on even a major road and you're clicking along its its 60. You go in 65, depending upon the circumstances, you're 10 miles over the speed limit. And you have some Person and Joey's A guy comes up behind you, and they just sit on your tail and the one time I I've never seen. A. An unmarked police car pulls someone over for that, and you see him. I've seen him in the distance. You see someone of this. They pull over the guy that is on the tail of the next guy. He's in the left hand lane, and he's gonna irritate people. I just don't understand why people do that, because you would think that some one who they're going to do. That, too is gonna be play the old Slam on the brakes trick and, you know, give the guy You know you what you want. You want to be prepared for what's going on. And I know that, you know, like a storm that come up that we just had, Um you know, we'll go out on the road. Is it Larry? Reiterate? I gotta reiterate what Larry wouldn't said.

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"tony couple" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"tony couple" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"A plea from the head of a hospital in Texas struggling to keep up with an influx of Corona virus patients. Dr Ogi Ecology at El Paso Medical Center. 2020 is not the year of being Christmas. Let's ramp this down. Let's get this under control and go into 2021 really saying, Hey, we beat this and hopefully start to get our lives back. Yesterday, the US recorded a single day record of 100,000 new cases. 751,000 people signed up for jobless benefits for the first time last week. It's a slight decline from the week before Bank rates Mark Hamrick with the bigger picture the total number. Americans receiving some form of benefit declined by more than a million to a still elevated 21. A half million all this looming just ahead of the October employment report. Which is expected to show a drop in the nation's jobless rate. The Dow is up 487 points SNP ahead. 67. This is CBS News. Good morning and welcome to CBS this morning joined Tony couple, Anthony Mason and Gayle King Weekday mornings on CBS this morning. If you owe back taxes, there's a lot you need to know. Starting with rule number one Don't Mass with the I. R s they are cracking down this year by sending out heart stopping letters actively garnishing paychecks, levee in bank accounts and putting leans on homes and businesses. That's all true, but it's also true. There's a way out. It's called the Fresh Start Initiative,.

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"tony couple" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"tony couple" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

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"tony couple" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"tony couple" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"To CBS this morning joined Tony couple, Anthony Mason and Gayle King weekday mornings on CBS this morning. Okay, some good news during a challenging time for everybody, and this could really help you may know. Hundreds of thousands of people have already made the switch to medicine share, which is the affordable alternative to health insurance. And with so many people looking at how they pay for health care right now, seeing premiums going up for the cost of covert plans. Medicare has a special offer, and a lot of people are taking advantage of it simply apply by October 30th and they will wave your new member fee. That's $170 savings. And, of course, that's just to start. The typical family saves $500 a month after making the switch. Meta share is a Christian community that has shared over $4 billion in medical bills, and it's worked beautifully for decades. I'll give you the number here in a second, and if you call, you could get a price within two minutes. Just tell him the promo code share to get your additional savings here. It is called 866 88 Bible. That's 866 88 Bible. 866 88 Bible. A common sleeping pill did the trick for a Dutch man who's been unable to talk or move. Another question is, can it have a lasting effect? What is this? The Dutch health worker asked. Been upend the patient called Richard answers after eight years of being unable to move or talk on his own following a brain injury. Richard began responding within 20 minutes of being given Zelda dump marketed in the US as Ambien and Ian's been shown to help some 5% of consciousness disorders, But it only works a few days at a time. Time now, Dutch researchers are trying to find a more permanent solution. Vicky Barker's.

"tony couple" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"tony couple" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"12 punch. Ben Blackwell, with a Louisiana lodging group is trying to meet a growing need, with thousands of people on the move in the hotels will see an influx of not just evacuees. But of course, again, all the emergency personnel coming into the area. He says he wants to hit the campaign trail. But for now, president Up is taking to radio and TV shows. Moments ago, he spoke with Rush Limbaugh about his cove. In case I was not in the greatest shape a day later. I was fine, Maybe perfect, but I was fine. White House aide Larry Kudlow indicates Mr Trump has settled on a revised stimulus package. Treasury Secretary Mnuchin and House Speaker Pelosi, he says plan to speak by phone this afternoon. The House speaker is out with a bill that would give Congress the power to act under the 25th amendment to remove a sitting president. Right now it's up to the cabinet. We have to give some comfort to people that there is a way to do this. Very respectful, not making a judgment on the basis of a comment or behaviour that we don't like. Michigan's attorney general Dana Nessel, tells CBS this morning. She believes the men arrested in an alleged plot to kidnap the state's governor were close to putting the plan into motion rather have the weakest conspiracy case rather than the strongest homicide. We were very concerned that it was moving pours action the legendary baseball pitcher Whitey Ford has done in 91. He spent all 16 of his big League seasons is a pitcher for the New York Yankees. Whitey Ford said there was no question who his favorite baseball team was when he was a kid growing up in New York City. I went to my first game 11 years old. I think the 1939 and I've been a Yankee fan ever since. In that same CNBC interview, Ford said players had a different attitude when he Pitched in the 19 fifties and sixties. We tried to pitch nine and he's really because our salary for the next year depending on what we did that year, it was none of this five year contracts of way. Try and finish every game trying when his many games we can. Whitey Ford was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1974. Jim Chevy CBS News checking Wall Street Right now, the Dow is up 185 points and the NASDAQ is up 146 points. This is CBS News. Morning and welcome to CBS this morning joined Tony couple, Anthony Mason and Gayle King weekday mornings on CBS this morning. If you owe back taxes, there's a lot you need to know. Starting with rule number one Don't Mass with the I. R s they are cracking down this year by sending out heart stopping letters actively garnishing paychecks, levee in bank accounts and putting leans on homes and businesses. That's all true, but it's also true. There's a way out. It's called the Fresh Start Initiative,.

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"tony couple" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"tony couple" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"Miners symptoms, according to the White House, and it hasn't stopped him from working. CBS's Natalie brand. The White House physician's office is now conducting contact tracing, but it's still unclear how many people may have been exposed. Vice President Mike Pence's office announced he tested negative for Cove in 19 this morning, Joe Biden says he and his wife have tested negative. So did Kamala Harris and her husband. Chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett says it will impact the presidential campaigns Final weeks. This will be a significant drawback. No more fundraisers, no more rallies. And if there are rallies in the future, what will they be conducted under will be far more masculine, much more social distancing they will have to be, and lastly, they might have the implications for the presidential debates themselves. The next presidential debate October 15th. I'd have to believe that is somewhat up in the air on social media, world leaders and everyday people have wished the president well and in D. C. CBS's Alison Keys tells us at a CVS on the Southwest waterfront. One woman heading to work was talking to others in line, saying she was shocked to hear about the president's diagnosis and didn't know how to feel about it, she says between this news and the debate this week. She's thinking people in this nation need to learn to govern themselves because you can't trust those in power stocks of rebounded after an early sell off on Wall Street, But the Trump diagnosis triggered investor jitters all over the Globe business analyst Dill Schlessinger remember that investors really don't like uncertainty, and this really does amount to the mother of all uncertainties, the president of the largest economy in the world. Testing positive for covert government said today. 660,000 jobs were added. Last month, The unemployment rate fell from 8.4 to 7.9% correspondent Margaret Brennan tells us there's no indication anything will break the ice on the log jam over a new round of government stimulus. At this point, it doesn't look like the White House has put its shoulder behind forcing this through on the Senate side. Now we know the Treasury Secretary Mnuchin has Frequently been speaking with the speaker of the House to try to get something done. Ah, lot of people in this country would like to know whether there will be any financial aid coming before the election hours of tapes and the Briana Taylor case have been released in Kentucky. Officers indicated they knocked and announced themselves before entering her Louisville apartment. The NFL is rescheduled. Dakota Cove It affected Titans Steelers game to October 25th Wall Street Right now the Dow is down, or rather up two points, it's turned higher. This is CBS News. Morning and welcome to CBS this morning joined Tony couple, Anthony Mason and Gayle King weekday mornings on CBS this morning. If you owe back taxes, there's a lot you need to know. Starting with rule number one Don't mess with the I. R s They are cracking down this year by sending out heart stopping letters actively garnishing paychecks, levee in bank accounts and putting leans on homes and businesses. That's all true, but it's also true. There's a way out. It's called the Fresh.

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"tony couple" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"tony couple" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"One terrible all around. This is upsetting toe. Watch that This is the best representation for our country right now. Correspondent John Dickerson says a CBS News poll gave Biden the edge in the debates. If there was a winner, it was Joe Biden who, if you look at the chaos and the mayhem on the unpleasant list of last night, the largest share of it was the result of the president's behavior. The Hollywood reporter says An early look at debate ratings indicates they were down from four years ago. Former FBI director James Comey's facing questions from Senate Republicans about his role in leading the bureau's investigation into ties between the 2016 Trump campaign and Russia were all proud of the work their parts of it that are concerning sure, we'll talk about it over all. The NFL has called an audible shifting the schedule now that one team has been hit with a Corona virus outbreak. CBS is Jim Priscilla. The NFL says the Tennessee Titans. Pittsburgh Steelers game, originally scheduled for Sunday, will be played either Monday or Tuesday. The switch comes after three Titans players in five team personnel tested positive for covert 19. The Titans and their opponents last weekend that Minnesota Vikings have both closed their facilities at least through Friday. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron's asked for a delay in releasing the grand jury recordings on the Briana Taylor case to give more time to protect the personal information. The witness is CBS's Adrian Ideas is in Louisville, The attorney for the anonymous juror who wants to speak out, says his client felt compelled to take action after how Cameron presented the grand jury findings last week. Is there a concern that if these filings are released, it could set a precedent for future grand Juries where grand jurors won't be able to trust that they're proceeding from a private as they are meant to, it would be more dangerous to set a precedent. Should not disclose everything to the public about 70,000 people remain under evacuation orders in Northern California because of the latest destructive wildfires in Santa Rosa. Valerie Lukins has been through this before piling up what you need for your go bag. And getting your car's gassed up. It's just you don't even think about it anymore. It's just this mindless, numb routine. The Dow is up 459 points. This is CBS News. Good morning and welcome to CBS this morning joined Tony couple, Anthony Mason and Gayle King Weekday mornings on CBS this morning. Balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world one life at a time. The products of great, Absolutely, General aches and pains. I have something work outside a lot gone, its eyes almost magic. It's almost too hard too good to be true, you know, but it is very.

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"tony couple" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"tony couple" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"I'm Allison Keys in Washington If President Trump, as expected, chooses Judge Amy Cockney Barrett as his Supreme Court nominee in a few hours, What should the nation expect? CBS Stephen Portnoy reports from the White House. The former Notre Dame law professor was confirmed to the seventh Circuit appeals court three years ago over Democratic objections. California Senator Dianne Feinstein famously said Catholic dogma lives loudly within Barrett. Conservatives at the time, were outraged by what they saw as a religious test that would violate the constitution. At age 48 Amy Cockney Barrett could shape American jurisprudence for decades. If she's confirmed, Republicans say they have the votes to seat her before Election Day. Pundits are talking about just how much the Supreme Court nomination battle one affected November election. Bob Cusack as editor in chief at the hill. This is something that I think does help the president it may endanger. Some Senate Republicans are in tough races. But this does unify the party. And that's important for this White House because he has been at odds with some Republicans over the last 3.5 years. In Portland, Oregon Governor Kate Brown says the city is bracing for dueling right and left wing demonstrations this weekend. They are expecting a significant crowd. Some people will be armed. With others ready to harass or intimidate Oregonians. Protesters air bowing to stay in the streets in Kentucky, after no police officers were directly charged with killing Briana Taylor, the black woman killed in her apartment in March during a drug raid gone wrong Theater knee general says police were justified in defending themselves Taylor's mother was among those who marched through Louisville last night and demonstrations continue around the nation. In Britain, Prime Minister Boris Johnson is pledging to increase funding to the World Health Organization by 30%. Unless we get out together unless we unite and turn our fire against our common foe. We know that everyone will lose. He is urging reforms to the global health group. Globally. There are now more than 32.5 million cases of covert 19 in the US they're more than seven million. But signs of normality continuous. Some movie theaters reopened in California. This man is pleased. We've been aside from most of the pandemic is the first time we get to come out. That's a relief. Better take a closer look at that package of mushrooms. Federal officials are warning of salmonella cases in at least 10 states linked to dried mushrooms from a Southern California company. The CDC says. More than 40 people have gotten sick and four have gone to the hospital. The suspected product is wood ear mushrooms distributed by the wisp attack Asian foods. This is CBS News. Morning and welcome to CBS this morning joined Tony couple, Anthony Mason and Gayle King weekday mornings on CBS this morning. If you owe back taxes, there's a lot you need to know. Starting with rule number one Don't mess with the I. R s They are cracking down this year by sending out heart stopping letters actively garnishing paychecks, levee in bank accounts and putting leans on homes and businesses. That's all true, but it's also true. There's a way out. It's called the Fresh.

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"tony couple" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"tony couple" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Safety camera. Nigel weekdays three till 7 93. W, E. B, C and W Traffic on the fives map here in the WNBC traffic Center. What's going on, Tony? Couple of slow dance here you're out by the airport, North bound, run old red again, hitting the brakes. Cabin off. I 70 of the Stanford roads. Outbound lanes aren't much better. That's because of some road construction out in Shelby County Man Westbound 74 committed Man a little bit slew London Road. Not even close to active, but we do have a slight delay. There may slow down just a niche traffic sponsored by B window, they get about a window door or citing project. The window can design pressure projects without ever coming in their home with their satellite technology doesn't be window dot com. Today I met Bear with traffic on the fives. Followers on Twitter and W II be sea traffic. We've got 54 degrees in the American Standard Cooling Weather Center. The time right now is 6 45 thinking about Happy hour. Well, before you drink, designate a sober driver or plan for a rideshare Be the Make a plan driver be the driver who saves lives Go to zero deaths. MD dot gov. This message is brought to you by the Maryland Department of Transportation. Reynolds Farm Equipment. Your local John Deere dealer is celebrating the grand opening of their new location and Lebanon right in front of the Boone County Fairgrounds on September 17th from 9 A.m. to 11 am This event includes tons of giveaways event only pricing on lawn and garden equipment, Mohr maintenance kits, early access to end of season.

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"tony couple" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"tony couple" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"Morning and welcome to CBS this morning joined Tony couple, Anthony Mason and Gayle King Weekday mornings on CBS this morning. Okay, so good news during a challenging time for everybody, And this could really help you may know. Hundreds of thousands of people have already made the switch two metas share, which is the affordable alternative to health insurance. And with so many people looking at how they pay for health care right now, seeing premiums going up the cost of Cobra plans. Medicare has extended their special offer, and a lot of people have taken advantage of it simply apply by September 30th and they will wave your new member fee. That's $170 savings. And of course, that's just a start. The typical family saves $500 a month after making the switch. Medicare is a Christian community that shares each other's health care costs, and it's worked beautifully for decades. I'll give you the number here in a second, and if you call, you could get a price within two minutes. Just tell him the promo code share to get your additional savings. Here It is called 866 88 Bible. That's 866 88 Bible. 866 88 Bible. There's a new analysis of what's known as the silent killer Up to 100. Million people in our country have high blood pressure, and a new report finds an increased number of Americans don't have their blood pressure under control, the American Medical Association, Dr Susan Bailey says. That's concerning, especially now that we have Corona virus. We know that people with cardiovascular Today's are at much higher risk of severe illness and death. If they become ill with covered 19. She urges everyone to have your blood pressure checked and if it's high Sure you get it under control. Sabrina Cupid for CBS News..

"tony couple" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

08:38 min | 2 years ago

"tony couple" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"NASDAQ is up 89 points and the S and P is up by 18. Mornings, 10 30. Brian Mud's Next. I'm Natalie Rodriguez News Radio 6 10 W I OD Live from South Florida. Brian Mud Show starts right now. Radio 6 10 W. Y o D. Being black doesn't excuse you to support racism, whether it be black on black or black to white or any variance of racism and prejudice and discrimination. It's always unacceptable. It is Broward Sheriff Gregory Tony. And lest there be any doubt we are into full politics mode, albeit pandemic style leading up to the August 18th primary elections. And specifically what Sheriff Tony was commenting on a black activists and Brauer, who has been operating as a consultant to Scott Israel's campaign, of course, former Brauer chair for running for his old post against Gregory Tony. He is the statement that was made by Terry Scott. Wass. Tony came in as arrogant. Like we owe him something like he was the house. And where the field That's the way he came in. So that was the comment that was made and joining us. Now we talked about all these festivities and the politics of the day in the Broward sheriff's race. We have Scott Israel. Scott, How you doing today? Good to be on the show. Thank you. I'm doing well. How are you? Yeah, well, it's good to hear you're doing well. Tell us first. How you? How are you doing a couple weeks ago. Understand that you are. Ah, you're struck with the virus, and it seems like you've made a sound recovery. I was. You know, the doctor stand while on the road to recovery. I go through a test tomorrow. So been quarantine was released from the hospital. Thankfully, I don't need, you know, help breathing or anything like that. It was just a fever. And then when that bloke I was released in prayerful that tomorrow receive a or more when I get the feedback for tomorrow's past, that I'm negative, but a lot of people who listen in has you know, Centex and prayers and well wishes and appreciate all that. Well, it's good to hear that you are well on the road to recovery, and I will wait more positive news now. We started there. With the with Gregory Tony, commenting on the situation involving Terry Scott, who had been consulting your campaign your thoughts about that situation in Terry's comments. My thoughts were what I said. You know publicly I condemn the comments. The looks. The comments were unacceptable. Um Carey's resigned from the campaign. Um and then in the interest, the total transparency You know, calling Sheriff Tony to release the You know the the political requested paperwork at media. Our team. Other teams have asked for And we asked to find out. You know, Greg, I think we'd all agree. Greg, since he was put here by the governor has been a A walking scandal. And I think we need answers to these questions. You know, running for sheriff, these things can't exist. Well, I wanted to touch base with you. I had spoke with Sheriff Tony couple days ago and questioned him quite directly about his interjecting into some of the activism we've seen take place in cities like Portland and Seattle, where he decided, Teo, you know, interject, saying that I I you know, he thought it was politically motivated by the Trump Administration and that he would not accept any federal assistance inside of Broward. It struck me as odd for a couple of reasons. One is up and offered in Broward secondarily their new federal buildings that BSO would look after specifically, and we actually have 37 federal agencies. That have operations within Florida at any given time. And, of course, many of them in Broward every day. So first you're your thoughts about Sheriff Tony and his desire to bring that into this campaign. Well, you just stole my thunder. You know you have all the facts in front of you, but I'm not going to regurgitate what you said. But all he's doing is howling at the moon. Uh, he shamefully politically a posturing and trying to take advantage of a situation As you know, he took advantage. Ah, still trying to take advantage of the murder of George Floyd? Um, there are no there are no issues in Broward County. There is no conversation about federal assistance. There would be nothing to talk about. If the president of the United States wants to bring Uh, you know assets into South War into Broward County. He's going to do that. He doesn't need the permission of Greg, Tony, myself or any other sheriff. That's why the mayor's in this country or gathering now. To meet with Congress to change the laws, but there's nothing he could do about it. It was just trying to take advantage of ah of a political situation. You know, he had an opportunity to say something that he thought would be negative towards The president who obviously is a Republican, and he thought it would get him a couple of votes from on the Democratic side, You know, shameful, shameful political posturing. And if you miss the conversation yesterday, when I was discussing this, the only federal building that would be applicable to the situations we have seen play out with VHS in Portland and Seattle is actually in Fort Lauderdale, at which point the point of contact is the Fort Lauderdale. Police Department, not the Broward sheriff's office. As so it wouldn't even be applicability rectally in that instance which even more onto me, Okay, So be it as it may. I'm just going to say that is correct. It's just north of Broward Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale of federal building, of course. So here, we said, and it's a highly charged environment and we've seen now the mask orders taken to kind of another level. First. I want to get your thoughts about how you believe policing should be addressing mass policies in Broward. Notably, we had a gym owner implantation who was arrested on Monday because one of his patrons was not wearing a mask. Do you think that owner should have been arrested? How would you handle things? How do you think we should be handling things? Well, First of all, I don't know. I haven't read about the situation from hearing for the first time. I think the last thing those very, very, very last thing. I am not saying it should never be done. But the very last thing we wanna do is starting arresting people off or not, you know, for not wearing masks the You know the police have to come in contact with them. First responders have come in contact with them when they go to the the jail. Department of Detention has to come in contact with them than nurses and doctors. So you don't want to be being bringing people into that environment. I heard because of You know Tony's lack of preparation. The inspection's over the jail and communications in places like that are just out of control. So you don't want to bring somebody in there, but the end of the day. You know you you want to keep people safe. You want to keep people alive. So my thing is to start, you know, educating have zoomed forms informs our everyday ask for cooperation, and I strongly believe in education before incarceration. So I believe that if anybody were arrested for not having a mask under my administration, I believe you would honestly say you know what Scott, Israel did everything possible to avoid this what more can be done? What do you think The biggest issue or issues are in this race at this point? Well, integrity. Of course, the trust of the public, you know, are giving an example when I was 18 years old back in the 19 seventies, when I want with a group of college mates..

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"tony couple" Discussed on Cueca Apertada

Cueca Apertada

06:24 min | 2 years ago

"tony couple" Discussed on Cueca Apertada

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"tony couple" Discussed on Cut To Black: A Sopranos Sitdown

Cut To Black: A Sopranos Sitdown

12:23 min | 2 years ago

"tony couple" Discussed on Cut To Black: A Sopranos Sitdown

"Chase's talked in the past about how he sees himself as AJ in a weird way and he is kind of making points but they he gets called on it because he is all over the place But it it is. It's almost like it's it's similar to Tony Couple of episodes ago where he's talking about. How like you almost have it like you feel like you have this big epiphany or this big idea but then you can't you can't grab it and if you're Asia you can't explain it either but he's mostly correct. I think in stuff that he's talking about but he's being a little bit. Aj about it. Because they are at a functional. Yeah it's funny as well. We were trying to figure out how to say Yates. Yeah no they're like the jets and yeah. I feel like he is exactly like Tony. The differences that Tony's big and powerful. And he's the head of the family and everyone can has to listen to them and kind of go. Yeah exactly Tony. When he's going on about is shipping containers or whatever when ages. Talk all this bullshit. Everyone was like what are you talking about the paternoster etc? Like they just GonNa make fun of him and that's GonNa make him go. Joined the army man sense and not get too into like the psyche of David Chase but at least from watching the show you know and like trying to sit with each episode and we've talked a lot about his anti climaxes and stuff. He likes to kind of LEAN TOWARDS. I feel like it is a weird. Meta thing of like. He's even calling himself on his bullshit where he's like. I'm trying to sell this stuff in the show but I mean is this just a dumb mob show or is my is what I'm saying clear to anyone. But that's that's I like to think through it well. The very next seen as well is like a clip from TV when they're talking about writing for TV that's certainly feels like a very sort of David is like talking about myself talking about television. We gotta get some of this stuff in there there in the show before but a bit more like over the top now. It's just kind of mentioned about talking about a pilot and you're like I get styles you're getting ready for the pilot just from that. Do they're watching The twilight zone episode. It's called the Bard. It's the final episode of twilight zone to be an hour long so I mean there was more what they were shorter. I guess and Yeah the the. The basic plot is that It's a direct satire. The American television industry the episode concerns in inept screenwriter. Who through the use of black magic and police William Shakespeare's Ghost Rider Nice? I've definitely read like a short story. That's like a modern day. Version of that. Like twilight zone is one of those things I'd never really watched but like you recognize stuff from it obviously in like Black Mirror and stuff like that but also there was some short story. I read that was like reanimated created a is famous writers and then had them sort of spit out pages so basically like a head in a jar but like it's just a computer program that's writing all these stories and take credit for them anyway. That's a that's an aside. Yeah so yeah just quick little thing on that and I mean. They've mentioned that very recently. We've heard mention of the twilight zone and such but here we go there watching TV At their safehouse the envelopes are coming in. They're coming in light. Because you know people are kicking up to New York. No one knows. Who's fully in power? Here this is what the APP. They've always kind of been worried about if a war broke out And what they want to go see Silvio. But Tony makes an excuse. And even they're kind of like yeah. Yesterday was his gout So what Tony Afraid? He's afraid to leave or something. I guess that's what it is a doesn't wanNA leave without his. Fbi FBI guards like either meeting the FBI or having the FBI watch him. He's always carrying around this gun but I mean can you blame why would he? Why the fuck would he won't WanNa go see Silvio. It's more that like do you think you'd get more respect if he was like. Nah Fuck that. I'm laying low rather than just giving excuses to make. It seem like he doesn't you know care. I don't know. Yeah maybe you're also I guess just general like you know the discontents going to start regardless. Excuse me regardless. Because money's getting lighter you're fearing for your life and it's like you have to look to this guy and he's going to do something about it. How great is this next scene though where there's a tour bus talking about this once? Huge little Italy now shrunk to just one St and there's like actual tourism going on like I feel like it's not perfect way to reconnect to so many themes of like how you know this. This subculture is fetish is than everything. And they're like ooh like driving past where actual mom things are happening in the talking in the tour bus about all this and we can see it to when his name Bucci. Yeah but she's walking talking. I think and like at the end of it. He's like in Chinatown so he's walked out of little Italy just having a stroll has just a great way to reconnect with that. Yeah it's so great and I mean they kind of touch on it a little bit again. When Tony goes to see Janice and he's talking about how the cornfields used to be there and now it's like a bunch of mcmansions or whatever just the general whether it be a specifically Italian or Tony talking about coming in at the end or even just America in general like more so change in just how things are changing and yeah there we go and then fill in a chain. Okay Yeah I was GONNA say the substance of the scene as you know Phil is really mad that this isn't handled properly. And but she's the guy who's always been egging fill on and now he's Kinda like maybe. We should try to to squash this because it's getting a bit out of hand. It wasn't as quick thing we were hoping for is that maybe we can fix it and of course he's having none of that. Yeah No of course not in a you know. Hey you're breaking up. I like always calling him kid. Because it's like guess what she's not. What's kid school in? Yeah but yeah. It's so great where he looks confused as in Chinatown and he's like go back to my block. That is great and the next thing is the one you mentioned there where Tony Goes See Janice and she I was like Oh yeah. She's in that house. I love the opening where she's like canning have that. I got a snag husband or whatever need to watch my weight and she laughs. She's like you're the only one realize that was a joke. It's like this were were really weird but at least where we're together. Yeah Yeah we get it. And then they even bring up the under the boardwalk joke Kind of confirming. That Janice didn't really take too much offensive. Is that just the soprano way? I mean Bobby. Kinda got it because he did say you sopranos you take things too far Yeah then Kinda Nice Little Memory. I guess I like the Sopranos too because they're laughing about how I remember that fight. We had this another story. Rebel led by dead husband. The shit out those were the days and they're talking about where like what's GonNa Happen with the kids or whatever but yeah and he says you Tony says maybe bring Harpo here like a nuclear family or whatever I guess. He's being genuine here like every other time. He brings up harpo soccer blue where it's pretty rough. But I guess he kinda means it here and she says I not Harpo anymore changed to how which is such like such a Janna sling to do as well. Of course yeah. Yeah and and she's even she directly tries to say like all the Shit with Ma. I went to therapy. I put it behind me. But then she's showing Livia tenant tendencies because she immediately says thanks for it and just talk and she's talking about how she's not. GonNa let Sophia leave because of her baby daughter and she needs a older sister but she doesn't quite care about. Is Bobby Junior? I think like his son but then she's also kind of talking about. Maybe she wants to give it a go with both kids. Like she's definitely all over the place and it's it still feels like Livia Soprano and I mean as we see later with her going to see junior the old Janice didn't go away The Oh the Janice that was trying to find where Livia had buried. Her money is now maybe thinking junior who we did see not too long ago thinking that there was maybe money buried somewhere in his backyard. So everyone thinks that gene you're still has money stashed away potentially. Yeah but you had mentioned it again. It is so great when she says like therapy. I'm a good mother. I put them on all their warped. Chit Behind Me Toys. Like yeah good and then in the very next charges like not that I can thanks. It's just so great because we know Tony. We know Livia and all this so well yeah I just love it and on the way back to this beer truck or whatever that they keep driving around in gets a call from agent Harrison I was. I was surprised because Harris told the line always like he he did budget little bit. And tell them about you know him being endangered. But it's pretty different to say like this guy. You're trying to kill over here. She'd go for US. Pretty DIFFERENT. And like some other sexy. Fbi lady comes out and is all judgmental and has obviously heard what happened. So that's fun. Well I love that. It's because it's the implication. Is THAT AGENT. Harris used his nice bushy hairy chest and seduced my readers that he seduced this lady. Who's in the division to get information on Phil and then was able to call Tony as soon as she stepped away. Like I feel like he played. The seduction patterning was like seduced. The information out of her did it did it did solve for T my God. That's maybe exactly like is this the Brooklyn Contact Brooklyn. I'm almost positive that's what's happening here. That makes a lot of sense to me. And I'm trying to find there was some not about how like this is partially based on real life on like some trying to find it now like I said but some FBI agent who was given information to some mob fella and there was a whole like the line. That's later what is that. We might win this thing like. That's okay here. It is so chase included allusions to real life American mafia history. So the line damn. We're going to win this thing spoken by Harris after being informed filler. Tartus alludes to former. Fbi Supervisor Lindley Vecchio. I don't know if that's how you say it but he famously. Uttered this line after being told that. Lorenzo Larry Lamb posse had been shot to death in front of his Brooklyn home and was later charged for informing the mafia on various accounts and other parallel. Tony Soprano Agent Harris. Oh Wow yeah. I love that moment when when he's like. Yeah we're GONNA win this thing like but I kinda you almost get it. Because it's not so much that he's on the take like he's getting paid or anything like that it's just he's been embedded in this for so long that he does see Tony as a person and it's like this this weird byproduct and especially now that he's more disconnected from it. He's not on the side of we gotta get this guy. He's just on the side of like. Oh that's a guy I've known for ten years and I don't WanNa see anything bad happen to them. Yeah and uh going into his own wikipedia article there's the whole thing about like he worked with the FBI for a long time and did stuff like handled various FBI informant mob. But then like he..

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"tony couple" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

08:44 min | 2 years ago

"tony couple" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Is in Cockeysville good morning to you Mister don don are you there that's funny we just how we lose on that quick okay Virginia is in Reisterstown hi Virginia how are you yeah I have a couple questions a couple things you can maybe help me with sure in nineteen sixty seven fastback Mustang and we're doing it right and we are doing a lot of the work yourself we're seventies we're doing a lot of the stuff ourselves okay when it comes to the front and back windows that we have to do reseal we got other stuff to do it we decided it's it's too big undertaking he did call a couple places within rice's town we called a couple places here and we haven't found anybody that will even do it in case they would break it they don't like the yeah is always a liability problem with that issue there find somebody that'll that'll do it either well what we'll do is I'm gonna ask you to call Mike Mike Lambert the reason for that is he knows a lot of people in the industry and he's in the risers town area already so he knows a lot of the people in that area and I'm hoping that he can help you or at least guide you a little bit in that because again he works with a lot of different people a lot of different facets of the automobile business and knows these guys real well so his phone number is four one L. okay eight three three all right sixteen thirty two and hopefully he can guide you in the right area well I don't have another thing okay that what like I said we're doing a lot of stuff sure obtaining where hit where am I going to get a good job a good place all right you know someplace that you would recommend well with painting it's always tough to find somebody who's willing to repaint the whole car now in saying that it depends on the quality of the paint that you want to have done I mean there's always make and companies like that that will do a very inexpensive paint job and if you're standing near the car you'll get paid on you if you give us just a little bit of a joke but it's not you know the high quality and then then then you've got guys to do high quality work that kind of work out of their own the situation doing that that's the guy that I had paid my pan terra many years ago I can give you I can give you his name and number is name is Butch hide okay we used to call him you know the we at the height of course and Mister Mister Hyde the phone number is four four three nine eight seven forty six eighteen I and that is such a big help to us like I said there's a lot of things we can do and there's something my husband and my son read it this car before three years thirty years ago thirty years doing it again right you know bush did my pan terra twice he did the first job in nineteen eighty six and then he did another job on it in two thousand fourteen almost the same parallels you okay thirty years later you know eight thirty years of driving a car having some fun these things happen and you need to be re done and up which did a great job both times I don't know what his availability is I wouldn't even know what is price he would have to see the car and you order that but he's a he's a very reliable guy and you can guarantee the job will be done right so that's the best thing I could say I recommend him highly and I would have a car done by bush again in a heartbeat thank you very much okay good luck Virginia we appreciate it I have a good day thank you so much bye bye don from Cockeysville is back on the line I here so let's see we get up there how are you don fine thanks Dave I have a two thousand ten Honda Odyssey okay it's been modified to argue it has a ram system moments are good ball Weiss will feature and then now I got you okay the engine light comes on Bronson Ole Ole girl ray Dale time I get it back to the Honda dealer it's all but the last time it was still warm and there is today the scope bed and they said it was for on an Adaline right and then couple couple days later I got a notice on my phone from my insurance company the engine was Ron and lane okay and what exactly does that mean and and and then is there any additives or anything that I can do better you are correct it well there's no additives that will solve that problem however sometimes it's a vacuum hose leak sometimes it's a leak to an intake on top of the engine kind of area I could be a lot of different things it can also be what's called a mass air flow sensor it's gonna take a little bit of diagnosis the good news is you live in Cockeysville and instead of taking it to the dealer which I think will do a fine job but I think they're gonna charge you more of a little more overhead than the place I'm gonna recommend which is Babcock's they do an excellent job of diagnosing also they could find out the problem for you there I don't think it's going to be anything super serious that's a good thing the Odyssey is a great vehicle it's got a lot of good are good quality about it so I don't believe you're going to have anything super serious there but Babcock's can definitely check it out find out what's going on and not only save you money but also I think be a whole lot more convenient to you also so very worse he located here and copy so why don't Cockeysville road right near York road to thirty seven Cockeysville road so right near the intersection of Cockeysville road in York road thirty seven right talkies road and their phone number when you're ready I can give it to you okay yeah it's because there's so sure right down the road from you Tony couple blocks from me right an ad okay David Brad a real good guys I've known him for years they treat people right and the phone number is four one no seven seven eight five seven eight five twenty seven seventy one of them seven days right two seven seven zero aha okay can you dance reader Brad or dates Hey thanks a lot I appreciate your your information they'll take good care of you will make you feel like your friend because he will be I guarantee you okay okay thank you thank you so much appreciate the call don okay thanks again no problem Sir by taking a break back in just a few moments I'm Dave serio it Saturday morning and that means you wanted now right here on talk radio six eighty WCBS here are the Lumineers the shine shop Mike and Linda Lambert only operate the shine shop in Reisterstown automotive paint profession and finishing offering a brand new coating process as well of course as the coating process is they've had for a number of years that.

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"tony couple" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

10:29 min | 3 years ago

"tony couple" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"John batchelor. Seventy seven ABC. John, john. This is totally the graduations, Tony. Thank you very much, this Tony's memoir of growing up with death. Also Tony Anthony, the last pirate, a father a son and the golden age of marijuana going to begin on the beach in Miami. Nineteen Ninety-two July, this is the year of Andrew that will wreck everything, we're watching, however man man, five feet. Eight one hundred sixty five pounds tan once had blond hair is sitting with a work crew on the beach. He works for Miami Dade picking up trash on the beach. And suddenly couple of what I picture to be beefy square-shouldered, man nondescript jackets, come out of unmarked car, and the approach him. And they asked him. Are you Tony to cope? Who are they and what happens federal marshalls? And they've been looking for a long time, there was a major indictment came down three of. In fact, overlapping rings. It was the product of one of Reagans federal drug task forces than New England drug task force one guy rolled in another role on my father, and they arrested people in Hong Kong, Switzerland money from all kinds of places more than it doesn't people have been busted. They couldn't find. My father had been a significant part of this ring couldn't find him because he washed out so completely that he'd been homeless. And then with on his way up inching back into real life by picking up trash. I'm beaches first job in twenty years. He started dealing drugs. Take him downtown federal detention in Miami day and asked him a series of questions. If you've got any money, not oh, any money, no credit cards. No, no, no, no. In the last question they asked him. Do you have any relatives, and he says? No, you. Right. That was a lie. Yeah. So it's an incredible document. When you're rested, there's a standard piece of paper where they ask you about your assets. And the final question is, do you have any dependence, and he said, no, no? We'll we'll go back before Tony before Tony dokoupil, the author to Tony to cope will the wanna be drug smuggler. This is the fall of nineteen seventy Long Island Sound, Connecticut side. Your father's living in an unheeded beachfront shack, right? Okay. He's living there for unclear reasons, but it is nine hundred seventy anything's possible. The war in Vietnam. The alienation from the country is under way, we have a Cold War. Everybody understands that at any moment. Everything goes, boom. Okay. He's living on the beach, and he sees a very attractive woman walking down the road who wish my mother. He's very cold and he's looking for somewhere to get warm. So he goes to a bar not far from where he's hanging out. And he just smiles it everyone who walks in the door. And one of those people have his mom and the following year, she took a career placement test that determined her to be of very. Keen judgment. Wonderful gauge of character. She smiled back in my father that night. And they were together next describe your father from your mother's point of view as a lab who goes out and gets dirty and in the mud and then comes in and shakes everything off and says, here I am and you take him back yet. He's charming sparkley eyed, man. I mean he dropped out of graduate program in, in English university of Detroit to come to Connecticut, and quoted t. Minored and floss fees, and undergrad. He had big ideas about our fragile earth. You know if you're a good talker. Nineteen seventy that was the thing that got you women, I think was he a hippie did he describe himself? And he who's absolutely hippie. He was part of students for democratic society chapter in the mid west in nineteen sixty nine there was a major event on a little fuzzy SEF's history, but he distributed flyers on Harvey university, and he was war, but he was antiwar reflexively. Everyone was basically pro good time. Let's start him in the chain that leads to Miami Beach in nineteen Ninety-two before we go back to the family in America. He falls in with Arthur, all the names in the book changed, except for your father's name, and. All the people who are proud of being your name your family, but he, he falls in with Arthur, and they form the TNN a roofing company. I take it they weren't working very hard, but your father liked to wear a hammer on, on his on his hip, and then one day he realizes the Tony has a second life. What is it? He realized Arthur. Yeah. He realizes that Arthur has reasons for not working in medium, cold, or light rain on, there's reason why he can't really hammer a nail straight because he doesn't need the work. He loses. Big card. Games doesn't matter. It's got a nice car pays his girlfriend's twin. At Yale, everything is good for Arthur. Can't figure out why then he realizes Arthur's dealing connected. Let's talk about what marijuana was in the fall of nineteen seventy. It's about to go through a transformation. But at this time I can remember on campus in nineteen. Sixty eight big headlines. Five busted for marijuana in their rooms there. Going to be thrown out of school for a semester. Big scandal. Was it a federal crime in the fall of seventy or the spring of sixty eight? It was actually not a federal crime. There was the marijuana tax law, which was passed thirty seven which if you had marijuana you had to pay a hundred dollars tax, which was so, so, so people couldn't afford it, and if you're busty tax fraud so technically wasn't federally legal the system that we have today was not yet in place, the Rivera difficult state laws, and there was huge opposition to its use. So certainly some discouraging, I do not recall, however routine arrests the way it would become in the nineteen seventies and eighties. No, not at all. Some states were, particularly Coenen, and in the late sixties major mainstream magazines, like life and time, we're covering quite a counterculture movement to soften the laws on the state level. But there was nothing like what we would see with federal task forces knocking on doors and knocking over that starts. Next year with under Nixon, Richard Nixon's administration, the war on drugs. What we understand. I think the stat you gave us as the DA when it was founded was forty three million dollars funding, and it became by nineteen eighty billion dollars funding continued to climb through the eighties. But here we are at the beginning. This is the Christmas of drug dealing in America and your father's there at the beginning. It's like being in Silicon Valley in nineteen seventy okay? Now, what he really wants to do is deal marijuana to the neighborhoods, he knows. So he gets it from Arthur, and then he resells it and makes a small profit. Yeah. You know, the, the business is, is built on connections built on whether you guys at another sell your product. It's, it's kind of like pyramid marketing. You know, I sell the you, you sell to me and around goes the money. And at the end of the day somebody ends up with more than the next guy. And my father was very good at turning people, his way he went to, to. New Jersey in instantaneously had a neighbor. Neighbor- neighborhood. Yeah. He was from New Jersey and the, the trick of buying getting an ice cream truck out front. Early, early example of his flourish for, you know, he's a bit of a performer, he his final brick on his first weekend of sales, he wants to do something special brick is a brick is a kilo marijuana Mexican marijuana in the Mexicans run the metric system, which frustrated green go dealers. So the caller kilo brick and it was wrapped like a brick and he, he was playing to sister, who was hoping to sell it herself and make across the country to San Francisco Carolyn Carolyn, right? Important connection in my very and so he, he had worked as an ice commencement in high school friends in that business bars a truck, and he sets up his own house to ring the bell for Caroline who seventeen years old, and it's not doesn't want ice cream. So there's a whole lot of cash right away. Tony couple understands. This is a business and I have a marketing plan, and it's probably going to grow. But the presumption of time was marijuana would be made decriminalized, I think, is the term that they used. Absolutely. Because wall Nixon is remembered as someone who launched the war on drugs, who's the first person to use that, that phrase, there was also a powerful movement against Kony drug laws in the nineteen seventies there was a famous blue blue ribbon presence. Commission that recommended decriminalization. And, you know, if you were paying attention to that side of the conversation, you could think he's on the ground floor of something that's about to be like cigarettes. So this is nineteen seventy we leave it there. You see how fast marijuana's growing in Colorado? Imagine how fast it's going to grow with the whole baby-boom coming up behind. Tony to couple who's born forty six. So he's just at the front end your father of the baby. Boom, we're going to come back and go back to the Dakota pulls as they arrive in America. The end of the nineteenth century, the book is the last pirate, a father, his son and the golden age marijuana. I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. Balance of nature, changing the world, one life at a time. Nature started. I have not gotten one cold. I kind of fight everything I get a little tickle. But it goes away. It's just amazing, the difference, I want you to know how much I appreciate the counseling and so forth year attention to your people. I have been a pretty big advocate for the balance of nature. I don't know how many truck drivers Vastra me. I'll keep going at eighty nine years old. Nature. I want to.

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"tony couple" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

09:13 min | 3 years ago

"tony couple" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"John batchelor. This is totally the graduations, Tony. Thank you very much, this Tony's memoir of growing up with death. Also Tony couple Anthony, the last pirate, a father a son and the golden age of marijuana going to begin on the beach in Miami. It's nineteen ninety two July, this is the year of Andrew that will wreck everything we're watching, however, a man, a man, five feet. Eight one hundred sixty five pounds tan once had blond hair is sitting with a work crew on the beach. He works for Miami Dade picking up trash on the beach. And suddenly couple of what I picture to be beefy square-shouldered, man nondescript jackets, come out of an unmarked car and they approach him. And they asked him. Are you Tony to cope? Who are they and what happens if federal marshalls, and they've been looking for my father for a long time, there was a major indictment came down three of them. In fact, overlapping rings. It was the product of one of Ray. Egan's federal drug task forces than New England drug task force one guy role than another role in my father, and they arrested people in Hong Kong, Switzerland, pulling money from all kinds of places more than a dozen people have been busted. They couldn't find. My father had been a significant part of this ring couldn't find him because he'd washed out so completely that he'd been homeless, and then with on his way up inching back into real life by picking up trash online beaches first job in twenty years since he started dealing drugs. They take him downtown federal detention Miami Miami day and they asked him a series of questions. If you've got any money, not oh, any money, no credit cards. No, no, no, no. In the last question they asked him. Do you have any relatives, and he says, no, you? Right. That was a lie. Yeah. So it's an incredible document. When you arrested, there's a standard piece of paper where they ask you about your assets. And a final question is do you have any dependence, and he said, no, no? We'll we'll go back before Tony before Tony dokoupil, the author to Tony to cope will the wanna be drug smuggler. This is the fall of nineteen seventy Long Island Sound, Connecticut side. Your father's living in an unheeded beachfront shack, right? Okay. He's living there for unclear reasons, but it is nine hundred seventy then things possible. The war in Vietnam. The alienated from the country is under way, we have a Cold War. Everybody understands that at any moment. Everything goes, boom. Okay. He's living on the beach, and he sees a very attractive woman walking down the road, wishy. That's my mother. He's very cold. And he's looking for somewhere to get warm. So he goes to a bar, not not far from where you're hanging out and he just smiles everyone who walks in the door. And one of those people have as my mom and the following year, she took a career placement test that determined her to be of very. Keen judgment, wonderful gauge of character, and yet she smiled back my father at night, and they, they were together for next. Describe your father from your mother's point of view as a lab who goes out and gets dirty enrolls in the mud and then comes in and shakes everything off and says, here I am. And you take him back. He's a charming sparkley eyed, man. I mean he also dropped out of a graduate program in English university of Detroit to come to Connecticut, and quoted, he minored in philosophy as an undergrad, he had big ideas about our fragile earth. If you're a good talker. Nineteen seventy that was the thing that got you women. I think was he a hippie did he ever describe himself saying he was absolutely hippie. He was part of students for democratic society chapter in the mid west in nineteen sixty nine there was a major event. I'm a little fuzzy SEF's history, but he distributed flyers on Harvard University, and he was war, but he was antiwar reflexively. Everyone was fifty pro good times what let's start him in the chain that leads to. To Miami Beach, and nineteen Ninety-two before we go back to the ducal family in America. He falls in with Arthur, all the names in the book changed, except for your father's name, and religion. All the people who are proud of being your name, your family all time. But he, he falls in with Arthur, they formed, the TNA roofing company. I take it. They weren't working very hard, but your father liked to wear a hammer on it on his on his hip, and then one day he realizes that Tony has a second life. What is he realized Arthur? Yeah. He realizes that Arthur has reasons for not working in medium, cold, or light rain on, there's reason why he can't really hammer a nail straight because he doesn't need the work. He loses big card games. It doesn't matter. It's got a nice car pays his girlfriend's tuition at Yale. Everything is good for Arthur. My father can't figure out why then he realizes Arthur's dealing Arthur's connected. Let's talk about what marijuana was the fall of nineteen seventy. It's about to go through a transformation. But at this time I can remember on campus in nine hundred sixty eight big headlines five busted for marijuana in their rooms and they're going to be thrown out. Out of school for a semester. Big scandal. Was it a federal crime in the fall of seventy or the spring of sixty eight? It was actually not a federal crime. There was a marijuana tax law, which was passed thirty seven which if you had marijuana use one hundred dollars tax, which was so, so, so orbited that many people couldn't afford it. And if you were busted, you're actually busted for tax fraud. So technically it wasn't federally legal the system that we have today was not yet in place. There were very difficult state laws, and there was huge opposition to its use, so certainly some discouragement. I do not recall. However routine arrests the way it would become in the nineteen seventies and eighties. No, not at all. Some states were particularly draconian. And in the late sixties major mainstream magazines, like life and time, we're covering quite a counterculture movement to soften the laws on the state level. But there was nothing like what we would see with federal task forces knocking on doors and nothing that starts the next year with under Nixon, Richard Nixon's administration, the war on drugs. What we understand. I think the stat you gave us the DA when it was founded was forty three million dollars funding. And it became by one thousand nine hundred eighty billion dollars funding and it continued to climb through the eighties. But here we are at the beginning. This is the Christmas of drug dealing in America and your father's there at the beginning. It's like being in Silicon Valley in one thousand nine hundred seventy I have an idea, okay? Now, what he really wants to do is a deal marijuana to the neighborhoods, he knows. So he gets it from Arthur, and then he resells it and makes a small profit. Yeah. You know the the. The business is, is built on connections. It's built on, whether you can smell it one guy smiles at another who sell your product. It's, it's kind of like pyramid marketing, you know, I felt the you, you sell to me and around goes the money at the end of the day somebody ends up with more than the next guy, and my father was very good at turning people, his way. And he went to, to New Jersey in instantaneously neighbor. His old neighborhood. Yeah. He was from New Jersey and the trick of buying getting an ice cream truck out front. Fences and early, early example of his flourish for, you know, he's a bit of a performer, he his final brick on his first weekend of sales, he wanted to do something special brick is a brick is a kilo marijuana. So it was Mexican marijuana in the Mexicans run the metric system, which frustrated a lot of the Gringo dealers. Wow. Pounds. So they call her kilo brick and it was replica brick and he, he was planning to his sister, who was hoping to sell it herself and make her across the country to San Francisco Carolyn, Carolyn important connection in my very long. And so he he worked as an ice cream salesman in high school. We still have friends in that business Bartha truck. He sets up inside of his own house. And just so three the bell for Caroline, who seventeen years old, and he's not doing it doesn't want ice cream. So there's a whole lot of cash right away. Tony to culpable understands. This is a business and I have a marketing plan, and it's probably going to grow. But the presumption at the time was marijuana would be made decriminalized, I think, is the term that they use. Absolutely. Because wall Nixon is remember to someone who launched the war on drugs. He was the first person to use that that phrase, there was also a powerful movement against or Conan, drug laws in the nineteen seventies, there was a famous blue blue ribbon presidential commission that recommended decriminalization. And if you've. Were paying attention to that side of the conversation. You could think I'm on the ground floor or something that's about to be like cigarettes. Right. So this is nine hundred seventy we leave it there. You see how fast marijuana's growing in Colorado? Imagine how fast it's going to grow with the whole baby-boom coming up behind. Tony to couple who's born forty six. So he's just at the front end your father of the baby. Boom, we're going to come back and go back to the couples as they arrive in America, the end of the nineteenth century, the book is the last pirate, a father, his son and the golden age of marijuana on John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show..

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"On the roads. We'll track it for you. I'm meteorologist Tony couple weather center. Komo news time to set it on cruise control. This is our auto expert. Here's Nick miles. Joining us on the phone is our crazy man financial scientists and Tom. Here to discuss things business is still the studio Miriam's you are is here. And as well as Meghan and Jalen somewhere Ryan and the rest of the team of floating around gathering all the latest news stories, so Anton what's been going on new year. New horizons. Did tesla managed to get their financing to stay alive this year, not yet? So the big news in this upcoming week is that tesla is scheduled report. It's quarterly meeting the quarter that ended December thirty first financial results this Wednesday afternoon, and they had a piece of news nine days ago on Friday nine days ago in which they basically said that they were going to toast, a smaller profit and they had done last quarter. And that the outlook for the first quarter, meaning the quarter that is now twenty seven days old was very uncertain. So basically the stock took a bit of a dive on that. But with further details to come here. Just in barely about seventy years from now do they have to make a financing by the end of this month to to keep their debt clinician. Is that correct? Well, there's no firm rule. So here's a couple of things going on. So they have a bond payment of nine hundred twenty million dollars. That is doing the March that is a very specific bowl. Eat at a lot of people are focused on because it's kind of a big headline number. They should have enough money to make that payment. They ended the previously reported quarter with about three billion dollars in cash nominally on paper. However, the company also has negative working capital is working capital being accounts payable being larger than the receivables. So it's not for sure where they stand. And of course, when they announced here a couple of weeks ago that they were going to lay off seven percent of their full. Time employees and an unknown number of their more temporary contractors that is probably not a sign that things are really really good here in the short term. But again, we we will hear more from the day and one of the possibilities that they're going to get ready to raise new fresh capital, which is what many people thought that they should've done here at any point over the last eighteen months, but they really have they, but they're still selling cars. Right. So ultimately, I know. So what's happening on the car from their couple of things ships passing in the night here. US federal tax credit got cut in half for tesla. As of the first of January, and clearly there were a lot of people that have chosen to take delivery, tesla before that in order to capture at quote on unquote, three thirty seven hundred fifty three thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars that you get by doing it that way the other thing that's going on is that they have now discontinued sales of their cheapest marple as model the f seventy five d for on lily unexplained reasons day, basically you'd have to put in your order by this week. And then it's all done after that the first thing that's going on is that the first and bows with the model. Three cars have now left the port of San Francisco and are on route as we speak to both Europe and to China. So those deliberate. These are set to start within the next thirty or so days. So as the demand goes down this quarter in the US because of the. Partial abandonment of the federal tax credit for protest lie. They should be able to feel at least part of that whole by telling in the initial quantities of units of the model three for which there is an obvious backlog into both Europe as well as to try. And now they they have reduced the price of the car. So hopefully that they will still have some stimulation for America by right? But what happened was that, right? At the beginning of January two said look will lower the price of the model. Three, right. Anton, take a quick break here. We're going to go for some commercials where we come back. I want to talk about the massive explosion of electric cars. I just derided that brand new Mercedes SUV electric in Las Vegas at sea. Yes. Took.

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