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It's the Little Things
"For want of a nail, the shoe was lost for want of a shoe. The horse was lost for want of a horse. The rider was lost for want of a writer the message was lost for want of the message the battle was lost for want of a battle, the kingdom was lost. Small things can have reverberating effects on history both good and bad. In fourteen fifty three, the great walled city of Constantinople fell it had withstood sieges for eleven hundred years. It had held off fire from the then state of the art cannons for weeks. The Byzantine said even Ford soldiers trying to tunnel under the wall autumn Turks were finally able to overrun the great city because someone left the door open. One of the many gates in the fourteen miles of wall had been left open during the night and the Ottomans flooded in. Killing Constantine the eleventh in the battle and bringing an end to the eastern Roman Empire. My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. It was a freezing Christmas night in Trenton. New Jersey during the revolutionary war. The English Colonel Johann Gottlieb Rall. Commander. Of a mercenary infantry regiment of fourteen hundred has seen soldiers from Germany sat down to a good supper and an evening of entertainment. He and his men were celebrating their recent victories over George Washington's volunteer army, and of course, the Christmas holiday. Safe from the bitter cold and the pelting sleet inside a wealthy merchants home that they had commandeered. They relaxed safe in the assumption that no one in their right mind would possibly try to cross the Delaware River at night in a blinding winter storm. Someone challenged role to a game of chess, and before long he was deep in tactics and strategy. There was a knock at the door. And exhausted young. Messenger boy came in bearing a note from loyalist farmer. It's important to remember that about a third of colonists still consider themselves to be British and didn't want the revolution. Raw paid the boy little notice took the note and put it in his coat pocket without opening it. That pocketed piece of paper would cost him and the war effort nearly. Two hours earlier and ten miles away. Washington's men had begun being ferried across the icy Delaware. River. It took over ten hours to get all twenty four hundred men over to the New Jersey side. The conditions were so adverse five men froze to death. Then began the arduous march to Trenton in the dark. The plan had been to attack the town from all sides before dawn, but the troops didn't arrive until eight am. During the attack which lasted only an hour forty of the German. Henson's were killed and the remaining thousand surrendered. Colonel was mortally wounded. When his body was found the unopened note warning of Washington's crossing was still in his pocket. If role had read it, he would surely have had his gross of professional soldiers prepared. He allowed his pride and the weather to lull him into thinking his enemy was not a threat. Had he won the battle he may well have killed George Washington James Madison James Monroe John Marshall Aaron Burr and Andrew. Hamilton The. Second, most common premise in alternate history circles behind what if Germany won World War Two is what if the south one the American civil war? Two pieces of paper dropped in a farmer's field almost brought that about. Confederate General Robert E. Lee. Whose statue in the middle of my hometown of Richmond, Virginia has recently been given the historical context. It's so sorely needed. In the form of tons of. Graffiti. Issued Special Order one ninety one during the Maryland campaign before the Battle of Antietam. In the order lead divided his army, delineating the routes and roads to be taken and the timing for the units to reconvene. Adjutant Robert H Chilton penned copies of the letter endorsed them in Lee's name. Staff. Officers distributed the copies to various confederate generals. General Thomas Stonewall Jackson in turn copied the document for one of his subordinates, major general, D H Hill who was to exercise independent command as the rearguard. A Union soldier Corporal Barton W Mitchell of the twenty seven. Th Indiana volunteers found two pieces of paper bundled with three cigars as he marched across a farm in Maryland an area recently vacated by Hill and his men after they had camped there. The order provided the Union army with valuable information, concerning the army of Northern Virginia's movements and campaign plans. Upon receiving lease lost order. Major General George McClellan leading the Union army of the Potomac proclaimed. Here is a piece of paper with which if I cannot whip Bob Ely, I will be willing to go home. He immediately moved his army in hopes of foiling lease battle plans. When Lee heard a copy of special order one, ninety, one was missing he. He knew his scattered army was vulnerable and rushed to reunite his units Antietam Creek near Sharp's Berg. Lee's troops arrived tired hungry and many were sick. The Battle of Antietam, would go down as the bloodiest battle of the American civil war with casualties recorded as twenty, three, thousand dead wounded, which was usually as good as dead or unaccounted for over the course of the half day battle. That's nearly two thousand soldiers in our one every two seconds. When night fell both sides ceased fire together, their dead and wounded. The next day Lee began the painstaking job of moving his ravage troops back Virginia. Here, some scholars argue another solitary decision had far reaching consequences. Despite having the advantage. McClellan. Allowed Lee to retreat without resistance. From his point of view, he'd accomplished his mission by forcing Lee's troops from Maryland and preventing confederate win on union soil. President, Lincoln however thought McClellan missed a great opportunity to potentially end the war three years earlier than it ultimately would.
A Conversation With Maria Hinojosa And Lulu Garcia-Navarro
"The one and only Monday. Joins, me now welcome Lulu. It's it's such a pleasure. I. It is such a pleasure to have you on and to read this book it's called once I was you and it is based around the story. Of how you came to the United States for the first time, tell us that story. Yeah. Well, it's an interesting story. I didn't actually know it like a lot of us. We don't actually ask our parents. So how exactly did I know that you came for example, my whole family we were born in Mexico my dad MPC go of us in Mexico City and dad gets hired by the University of Chicago. He's a medical doctor dedicated to research and long story short he helps to create the cochlear implant. He was an amazing human being. May He rest in peace? So that was in Chicago and my mom, and the four of us kids I was the baby in her arms get on a plane. It's the early nineteen. Sixty's we fly from Mexico City to Dallas and change planes in Dallas, and then we're GONNA fly onto Chicago and. When I finally found out the story when I wrote raising, which is a Motherhood Memoir that I wrote like twenty years ago. You know I found out that there was this whole thing that happened at the airport and that an immigration agent was like you know saying that had some weird skin thing and you know maybe had to put me in quarantine and my mom was like Nah and then I came and I saved the no she didn't say it like this but basically, it was like me Ma Ma Ma you know. She's five feet tall by the way, but stood up and. Know had this kind of moment with immigration agent and and it was a story that I told. Kind of like saying, wow, my mom is such a cool woman like I understand where I get my powerful voice even though she's tiny, she spoke back to an immigration agent. and. Then in the writing of this book, blue is really what happens is that I really understand what was happening there. There were trying to separate you from your mother. They basically told your mom that they were GonNa, take you away and put you in quarantine quote unquote and that she was free to go with her other children but that you would have to stay behind I mean. Can you imagine like? When my mom called me in the midst of and you know Lou that I've been covering this story, the entirety, my career immigration writ. Large. And my mom calls me at the airport. I was flying from one back when we were flying around and in the midst of the height of babies being put into cages, we were hearing the voices. You know we knew this was happening. This is not. This not begin with the trump administration but anyway. Mom. Calls me and she's crying she's like is Gay It could have been me. If I'm a your she was like that was I could have been one of those moms and I swear to Lulu that. By heart dropped I was like Oh. My God. So it's not a story of like my mom. Eh, you know speaking back it's a realized now a story of trauma and that. Wouldn't have happened I think had I not written the book and had the horror of immigration policies becomes so. Crystal. Clear. So inhumane so hurtful and frankly now finally so public You. As you mentioned what brought to Chicago, which is where you grew up, but you always maintained your connection to Mexico and your roots you'd go back and forth. You came here on a green card. When did you become a citizen? I asked this simply because that transition of becoming. An American you said was difficult for you. You. You found it hard to sort of occupy these two spaces. So, it was great because in the writing of the book, I actually had to like do the time line and and then I had to go back and find my citizenship. It was a actually I had just come back from a reporting trip with Scott Simon Scott and I were down inside whether it was December of Nineteen eighty-nine Lau Offensive Little Trenton Webb the FMLN offensive the guerilla warfare was happening inside word and I went down to produce Scott. And I came back and just a few days later I took the oath. Look the reason why it was complicated was because way back then maybe now I am beginning to understand maybe it was because of that traumatic experience in Airport in Dallas I, always kind of new. Like this isn't a certain thing for you. This thing about you being able to come in and out of the United States you've done your whole life. Now. You're a woman you're a journalist you've been to Cuba. You've got you've been tool Salvador you. You know. There may be a time when they say you can't come back and I understood that and so I have to be honest as I am the memoir he was motivated in large part by fear that that my green card could be taken away and that I could not be allowed and this was before this whole conversation of like what's happening now you know this was way before it was a different time but I think I kind of I, kind of knew it. So the thing that happens when you become a citizen in this country is you have to raise your right hand and you have to swear that you will bear arms for this country. And people who are born in this country like my own kids haven't had to do that. When you have to do that you take this thing really seriously you know like the Constitution and the bill of rights and you know all like you take it really seriously, and I think that's why because the book is certainly it's about immigration, but it's also about like my. My struggle for democracy and being seen as a journalist taken seriously to be that's all a part of democracy and it just becomes I mean I was living with a green card I was I was definitely understanding my role as a participant. But when you raise that right hand, it's at a whole
How to embrace awareness
"My friend Sir. This is daily breadth. We are in the first week of our new series total meditation. But it's no transformation is what meditation provides once you embark on the journey. The first step is realizing that awareness in some form is always present. In every moment of our life. Awareness is the backbone of everything we think feel perceive imagined or sense it is awareness that is watching this ceaselessly. And the awareness itself is not judging labeling. That relieved to the mind, the awareness is the observer of the mind itself. So awareness precedes thoughts in modern life, which is built on mental activity. No one has any idea where thoughts come from. Nothing about a brain investigates processing thoughts, feelings, or sensations. But as we wake up, so does the cosmos wake up the notion that human beings we can make the universe wake up it's very interesting notion proposed by many scientists including the physicist David Doors. Who says that it's explanatory process. That gives meaning to the universe and that actually places consciousness. Trenton Center in the creative process, you may have heard from the physicist John, argued Huila, that we live in a participatory universe. In other words, everything that we think is real out there depends on our beliefs, perceptions and observations and interpretations and expecations in here in here, meaning in our own consciousness, not own south.
"trenton" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee
"Okay. I love the technology I do I bring a lot of value to these people. I make them happy. But I'm in my fifties and I'm not gonNA kid myself at a certain point they're going to say. You know we like those people that don't have kids and they work twelve hours and they can work weekends and it's not a big deal. So. We're going to kind of let you exercise your other options. This is my retirement job to go into. So right now, I have a work work life balance. And what I try to do is because my daughter's only going to be with us a little bit longer before she's on her own. I deliberately carve time out in the week to spend with my family. Because that's an important part of it too, and that means that the voiceover thing or sometimes it means I take a single vacation day from the regular job. Those things. All need to work in balance. So that I don't go crazy that I'm happy so that I have some time for myself but I really enjoy the voice over stuff. There have been times where I'd spend an entire day like my Saturday I'm just doing an audio book and at the end of that, my voices pretty worn now but I'm happy. I. Feel like, I. Just did something great and I feel really good about all of that work. It's. It's fun. Trenton how can people reach you? You can reach me at Trenton at Trenton Bennett, DOT COM, which has two ends. In two TS I am at www dot Trenton Bennett dot com. I have some pretty cool demos there across the field and I'm always willing to talk to people I. Am on Facebook I have a facebook page called of Trenton I'm on linked in of course, and I am also on twitter at Voice of Trenton? So. You're always welcome to reach out to me with follow up questions and I'm certainly happy to help connect you to the many really good in support of people in the video business. You've been really great here. Trenton is there anything else you'd like to add in terms of work whether suggestion are just things that pop into your mind? It is really amazing. You've taken me on on quite a journey through my life and I'm fascinated by it and I guess I. Really Feel Like I, want to reiterate that if you have if you have a creative talent. Why. Would you keep that back from the world? If you have the chance to work on it just understand that is work. It's really fun work, but you have to tackle. It is something that you have to work at and build don't give up on yourself. Don't feel like well, it doesn't look like it did in my head is just Learn to to keep those things in balance and at the same time your work it you don't live. To work you work to live. Absolutely. Trend finally. Why do you work?.
philadelphia - Mayor Of Trenton Announces City Will Remove Christopher Columbus Statue, Rename Columbus Park
"Statue of Christopher Columbus has come down this time. It's the 60 year old statue in Trenton, the mayor Reed go ask, Yura said. This city received lots of input from the community before officials decided to put the statue in storage. The park where it once stood, will also be renamed.
Movie Theatres Sue New Jersey For Right To Reopen
"Of the things still closed in New Jersey people favorite movie theater and several national chains. They're not happy about that. So much so that AMC, Cinemark and Regal Are among the national movie Theater chain suing Governor Phil Murphy over his decision to keep them close for now, while the state gradually reopens businesses during this pandemic. The suit filed Monday in federal court in Trenton argues houses of worship are among the sectors are allowed to reopen. So keeping movie theaters close violates their right to free speech, equal protection and Due
SEPTA service returns on key Philadelphia rail lines
"Sept is moving to restore some service on two key regional rail lines beginning today joining us us live live with with the the details details on on that that K. K. Y. Y. W. W. th th market market runs runs good good morning morning mark mark morning morning Suzanne Suzanne sept sept is is Andrew Andrew bush bush says says as as the the transit transit agency agency moves moves toward toward the the recovery recovery phase phase of of this this covert nineteen pandemic it's extending rail service on the pay only Thorndale line service on the only store in the online had only been running to and from Melbourne from center city so we're going to be able to complete that lined with some trips not all drugs but some trips will be able to make that whole trip from center city Altis Cornell mail he says another key regional rail line also is getting back up and running the west Trenton line is resuming service so another major line serving people through the northern part of the system and into the Jersey bush says the trains are still going to be running on that lifeline schedule that's about every two hours he says riders will find social distancing for seating when they board those trains and all are going to be required says and to wear face
"trenton" Discussed on Reverie True Crime
"Welcome to reverie true crime where daydreams become nightmares. I definitely made some changes since the last episode. I wanted a name for the podcast that was shorter and more sensible i. hope you guys like it. Today's episode will not be for the faint of heart. I will be discussing man that brutally slade, children and animals. This episode will definitely not be for everyone. Richard Trenton was one of the most disturbing people ever researched and written about. If you are sure ready. Let's get started. Richard Trenton Chase was born on the twenty third of May and nineteen fifty as a young kid, he had fascinations with lighting fires in harming helpless animals Richards little sister was four years younger than him and his dad. Well, he was a very strict father and disciplinarian. Who sometimes took it too far? Richard's dad was also constantly arguing with his wife. In nineteen sixty at only ten years old Richard was taking the lives of cats. An age eleven. His parents lost their house. Going into his teenage years, he was drinking alcohol using drugs, and he also still worth the bed. He always got into trouble, but he was far from ashamed about it. The behaviors only worsened. Lighting fires wetting the bed as an adolescent and harming animals is often called the MacDonald triad. It's also known as the triad of socio pathy which was proposed by j McDonald a psychiatrist in nineteen sixty theory as an indication than individual was associated path. Richard also known as Rick had been in a few relationships, one of the females he dated said Rick couldn't keep an erection. Therefore, he was not able to have sex which was very upsetting to Richard. He, even went to a psychiatrist about his problems in nineteen, sixty eight at the age of eighteen. He learned that he couldn't perform in the bedroom because he was holding so much anger deep down inside. This psychiatrist thought that Richard had serious mental illness. She never did recommend that he should be put into a mental facility. Richard left his family's home to get a place that he would share with roommates. The roommate's never stayed long. They said he behaved an unusual ways that made them uncomfortable plus the way he abused drugs. All of it just didn't sit right with any of the roommates and they would bail. Richard actually did have a handful of friends and they all said that he was a weird individual Richard would hammer nails into the bedroom closet door to keep it closed. He did so because he said people in the closet were invading his space. He attended a party at one of the apartments and got kicked out fondling girl there. He went back to the apartment, and eventually the police got there, and we're forcing him to leave, but a twenty two caliber fell out of the.
Triple shooting near Trenton, Philadelphia apartment complex under investigation
"A man was killed in a triple shooting in Trenton during a large gathering late Saturday night authorities say over thirty people were outside a home when shots were fired the thirty three year old was shot in the head he he died died at at the the hospital hospital prosecutors prosecutors say say more more than than a a dozen dozen shell shell casings casings were were found found no no arrests arrests have have been been made made at at this this time time
Don't Try To Be Great
"In his book. Based on a commencement speech he gave at Dartmouth College in twenty eleven. Charles Wheel tells a story about how he was once a guest on a news program hosted by Chicago journalist Phil Ponts now the show is filmed live. So of course if you mess up or say something you regret there are no do overs. They're only hundreds of thousands of pairs of eyes watching. You do whatever it is you did or say whatever it is you said polished or not just before airtime Charles the writer recalls how. He was feeling right before. He said he was nervous. Self-conscious in hoping to impress in that very moment fill. The host leaned over with just thirty seconds to live and said these words. Charles never forgot. Don't try to be great. Just be solid. The book is called ten and a half things. No commencement speaker has ever said and in it. Charles Leland writes this. That simple advice had a profound effect. Because I knew I could be solid. That was within my control. I could just talk about what I know. I could answer questions candidly. I could have a fun and interesting conversation with other guests. I might have some fun. Equips I might not. Phil's advice was liberating because it removed the pressure to deliver what I wasn't certain I could deliver and it made me better at doing what I knew I could again. The book is called ten and a half things. No commencement speaker has ever said and don't try to be great. Is thing ten and a half like many of you? I've been thinking a lot about this class of twenty twenty both like I said the high school graduates college graduates to in addition to all of the end of year events. This graduating classes either missing out on her having to modify because of the pandemic the truth remains they're still graduating. They are moving into the world of grownups and the expectations in this world can be while extreme to say the very least. This world is filled with people who are trying to be great in the same way. I hope doing the next great thing is a kind of phrase for graduates to hold onto. I think Philpott he gave to Charles. Leland seems like a relief as well. Don't try to be great. Just be solid. It's not the message we usually hear after all the phrase is greatest of all time not solid est of all time or does that even mean to be solid years ago. I listened to an interview with author Philly Anderson who by the way is also a real life dear friend of ours here. North Carolina but in the interview Phil shared about his thirty year. Friendship with author and priest Brennan Manning in that interview Phil says this about Brennan Guy who's famous for what he has to say yet. What I remember most about him was how he sat and listened. He touched my life with his kindness. To fill. Brennan was solid. Another story comes to mind about Brennan himself one that he told his book souvenirs of solitude and it was about how years ago after a difficult phone call he had. He left his home. He was distracted and he had an appointment. That day. To give a talk to the inmates of Trenton State prison when he stood up there in front of the inmates he had been distracted. Like I said right before. He got up there so without stopping to think about his surroundings. His first words of greeting to the inmates were well. It's nice to see so many of you here when I read that statement. I tip my head back and laughed out loud all by myself mainly though I recognized how Brennan responded to his own words he wrote. I'm frequently not inform on top or in control. This is part of my poverty. As a human being and self acceptance without self concern simply expresses a reality he writes an impoverished spirit prevents the poor man from becoming a tyrant to himself. Brand was not anxious shocked or even much concerned about this misstep in front of the inmates. Instead he had a light heart about it if he had been trying to be great that day. This mistake would have crushed him instead. He showed up solid which meant there was room to make a mistake and to move on without crumbling. We try to great. We risk becoming a tyrant to ourselves when things don't go the way planned one final quote and then I'll be done Dallas. Willard writes about the misunderstood phrase that we find in the Bible about dying to self he says in this is a quote when we see people dominated by their lust for glory or insisting that there will be done we will be in a position where we can be very firm in not cooperating with them even if their loved ones when we live in the shepherd sufficiency and died to ourselves. We become the most firmly established people in the world. That quote is from his book. Life Without lack the most firmly established people in the world so class of twenty twenty. Don't try to be great. Just be solid. Be Solid in the way you live in your house until the next phase begins in the way you hang out with your family your choice to laugh instead of roll your eyes in the way you choose to listen to your younger siblings. Who will miss you more than they can possibly say. Or put into words be solid with how you enter into your next experience not like a tourist who watches from behind a camera lund's and insists all of your usual comforts are close at hand and not like an expert who thinks she's supposed to know everything as best you can enter into your new situation ready to be fully present and engaged when you can and free to withdraw when it's necessary be solid enough to be boring if you're trying to be great you might not notice the people and the margins your neighbors who are working twice as hard for half as much. If you're trying to be great you might be tempted to bend the truth to get ahead. So just be solid honest simple and you
NJ Democrat under fire for homophobic remarks about gay mayor
"Nine governor Phil Murphy senators Cory Booker and Bob Menendez and others in New Jersey are calling for the resignation of a Trenton council member who made homophobic remarks in a profane rant aimed at that city's mayor during a corona virus conference call over the weekend councilmember robin Vaughan represents the west ward in Trenton she spent ten minutes yelling at mayor Reid gusty aura who is Trenton's first openly gay mayor Vaughn has not
Blue Angels, Thunderbirds to Soar Over New York, Philadelphia to Honor Coronavirus Front-Line Workers
"Residents of New York City got a visual tribute to first responders six F. sixteen fighting falcon and six F. eighteen Hornet aircraft flying in precise formation a salute to the frontline heroes the Thunderbirds and the blue angels chose a flight path over dozens of area hospitals healthcare workers at Elmhurst hospital one of the hardest hit in New York walked out to catch a glimpse residents were asked to watch the fly over from the safety of their homes though there were crowds along the Hudson there was a second flyover for Trenton and Philadelphia or Philly mayor Jim Kenney had expressed some criticism of the event the Philadelphia Enquirer reporting he said he could have used the money spent on the flyover on something else to fight the
Blue Angels and Thunderbirds to honor coronavirus responders with flyovers
"Navy blue angels and Air Force Thunderbirds are honoring health care workers and first responders with the flyover over the tri state this our pilots will begin their tribute at the George Washington bridge at noon then take over the Manhattan skyline over the Hudson they're very excited do show their love from up above you've been amazed at just the tenacity the dedication of our medical professionals and as you know is a stressful time for everybody we thought what better way to show of art thank you and then dedicating these flyovers to our our medical community the angels and Thunderbirds will also be in the skies over Newark Trenton in Philadelphia this
Blue Angels, Thunderbirds to Soar Over Philadelphia to Honor Coronavirus Front-Line Workers
"Also mayor Kenney announced that the the Thunderbirds and the blue angels world will honor first responders Cruz tomorrow they're gonna fly over Philly in what the Pentagon says is that the the formation to honor military all as well as health care workers first responders other essential workers during the pandemic the flight leader a navy commander Brian Kesselring is says we're incredibly honored to have this opportunity to salute those on the frontline of the covert nineteen response we're in all of your strength and resilience we expect to be able to see the fly over around one forty five in Trenton N. from about one fifty five to two fifteen from center city also parts of south Jersey up to willow Grove N. down to Wilmington at least that's what the map that the that the army and navy put out of course people are encouraged to watch from just outside their homes that they don't want the people congregating in any large groups to watch these go to once this flyover this is a six F. sixteen fighting falcons and six F. eighteen Hornets so again around two o'clock tomorrow and the mayor says it'll last about twenty
philadelphia - Trenton Mayor Announces Curfew Following Series Of Shootings That Left 3 Dead, 4 Wounded
"From gun violence to the coronavirus crisis Trenton city officials I've had enough the mayor announcing an eight PM nightly curfew in a crackdown on off road vehicles after a series of shootings left three dead and four wounded over a span of just four hours there may ask the council to enact a ban on ATVs in the city after they were using at least one other
Your Daily Work-From-Home Tip
"Senior personal tech columnist. Joanna Stern is back to share another work from home tackle tip of the day Joanna. Welcome back I am so excited about. Today's tips hang on. Can you hang on just one second? I actually after my family and tell them that we're doing this interview. Oh hang on on the MIC. Please be quiet. Okay sorry I I see what you did there. You completely upstaged me and took my tip and that's fine. I'm not needed anymore. This show but for those listening. My tip is well look. I won't even say this is my tip. This is from so many of our listeners so many of readers that I'm not gonNA take credit for this tip has to do with telling all your new colleagues and by colleagues. I mean your spouse and your children and your dogs and whoever else you live with that you are on a very important phone call or in a very important meeting or recording a very important podcast and so we got lots of people writing in sending messages about how they tell the people they live with not to bother them. Should we play the first one? Yeah let's play it. So this is from Terry Simpson. He lives in Trenton Georgia. And I love this. What I've done in my household is installed a little switch on the wall and on the other side of the wall out in the core part of the house. I have on air son. That's the notification that those that are in the house should be quiet I saw this when my kids were very little and they really didn't understand what I was doing. So it was a notification for my wife That the kids need not be that side of the house Making a lot of ways now that my kids are a little older. They know that understand. What The red light means as far as being on there yes this is what I need. I know he is a genius. And actually I called Terry. 'cause I was so interested in this turns out this was not the easiest thing to build. I mean it was easy for him because he seems like the fix it guy and I'm not like the home fix it guy. So what he did was he bought this sign on Amazon. It's a light up on air signed and I actually went and found some Amazon that you can buy. I mean they're gonNA ship for Awhile and he actually. He drilled a hole in his wall. He's snaked the cord through the wall. Then he installed it into an outlet that is by his desk so it's all pretty complicated. I'm now going to challenge myself. I don't know what I'm GonNa find the time for this and I don't know where I'm GonNa get the sign but I want to challenge myself to do the same thing with smart home equipment and I think it could be done really easily that you could turn your phone into the remote to turn on this on air sign so I know how new weekend project I love this so much. I want you to make one for me too. I WanNa make one for everyone and not quit my job but maybe make these what I love about. This though is that we heard from so many other readers who sent me their signs who all sort of just like randomly had suggested this tip and they obviously do it in a really low tech way they get piece of paper. They get a marker or a pen and they write on the sign. Something I don't I don't everyone should be inspirational and find their own inspiration. What THEY WANNA to write on their quiet the bleep down sign? But you know quiet. I'm on an important phone. Call quiet please. Don't bother me put it on your door and don't forget to take it off when you're done. Yeah that's important part right. I mean I think people have been talking about the. Don't Cry Wolf Syndrome either. Yes one of our readers. Britney boys from Yorktown Virginia sent in the same tip. She sent a photo of hers which is a very nicely written conference call in session. Please quiet down and she wanted to remind me that we should not cry wolf with this. We shouldn't just put this up all the time and we shouldn't forget to leave it up. We should only put it up when we really are on that important call or meeting if that signs up all day then people aren't going to be quiet all
NJ imposes statewide 8 pm curfew; schools to close
"Will governor Murphy is taking actions to try to control the spread of corona virus in New Jersey among them shutting down all schools as of Wednesday and there are more measures to calm as well to our south Jersey bureau chief they were able to use David Madden is with us live with the latest data I'll tell you why the M. a probably a lot of parents are asking well okay how long are the schools will be closed governor Murphy who is still in the briefing in Trenton right now is suggesting he will be at least two weeks maybe longer that said a lot of other things that are gonna change in New Jersey will take effect at eight o'clock tonight and basically if you heard the information from Philadelphia a lot of the same is going on in New Jersey but let's go through the slip through the list here there is eighty suggest you missed wrong suggestion not to drive between the hours of eight PM and five AM unless you're an emergency worker or something like that it's not a curfew the governor is making it clear just a strong suggestion now as far as businesses are concerned the central businesses like gas stations grocery stores doctor's offices medical facilities they can open it pretty much when they one subject of course to the all important social distancing guidelines nonessential businesses can be open during the day as long as they keep those social distancing rules in effect and keep the crowds inside their businesses to under fifty restaurants and bars as of eight o'clock tonight you can only get service for takeout or delivery nothing you Dan as of this point you want to go to the casino or the movie gyms or get all other recreational facilities forget about it they are ordered closed public events of any more than fifty have been canceled by the governor's office we have a hundred about a hundred and eighty confirmed cases now in the state in New Jersey and that's up from ninety eight yesterday in our area we're talking about a total of eight confirmed cases five in Burlington county three in Camden County and one final thing yeah testing is being done throughout the state mostly hail on the private sector level they are expecting sometime within the next few days to open up a couple of testing facilities in the northern part of the state with the help of FEMA and the National Guard is also being called out their role is still to be
A Moment in Time, with Shari Belafonte
"Today. We're GONNA be talking sheriff about photography. So let's get into it Sherry. Welcome to our show. It's so great having Jose here so you have grown up around cameras now as a little kid all my life cameras aimed at you most again. Your Dad was Trenton Center. He was big deal. Back in the fifties sixties seventies. He broke down a lot of walls. Again everybody's familiar with his music and his acting and everything else. So you're smiling laughing about so. I was very hyperactive. Attention deficit as a child. I still lamb a little curtail with certain things now making native American blood you know wearing a bright orange camp right now you WanNa talk about it. Yeah Orange there you go. There's fast on. Go ahead I'm sorry. My Grandmother gave me my first Brownie camera. Now that's how far back I with the fan flash that you put the light bulb shit so I had that one. I was four years old. How many megapixel was and you would get this little tiny roll of film that you would put inside that Yummy and That was my first foray into being behind the camera and then instamatic semantic when I was I think I had a funny little polaroid camera that we had them all And my first legitimate camera was a pentax when I was eleven years old. Okay I was in boarding school by Matic or h three the it was. You know I can't remember I just. It was a thirty five millimeter Pentax Camera. That was dad's I know. Dad had a SPA top. Any passed it down to me so my entire high school was spent in the dark room. I smell like smoke. That was really attractive. Smell coming out of the yellow fingernails sitting in the dark. You Know Rolling and Rolling Rolling Rolling and then you know praying that you could put it in the CAN. It would come out and it wasn't all crumpled and you know so. Yeah I spent a good part of my earlier years behind the camera. And then of course like you said being Harry's daughter you know when we when he was on tour somewhere and there's Paparazzi or people taking pictures of us all the time and then Harry took pictures of us all the time that we never saw and it was the biggest joke because he was he always got get over there. Get OVER THERE. Get over there. Stop Stop Standards There. Hundreds and hundreds of pictures that were taken by. Harry and we've never seen a single one single. And why do you think that's the case? He just too busy to Kinda know if he ever developed and I don't know if there was even filmed the camera I think he had these Lycos and he just you know he just kept shooting once in a while. We saw him because he would. When he was a touring he would have these The program with this and it was always the big color program that would come with new. Buy A ticket and there would be pictures of us you know in there and we go to dad. Shoot that picture around. The house was photography kind of a respected medium. Was it an art to be an art. He did have a darkroom which he never went into. He just had it in the back next his recording studio but he did use a recording studio. Did use the recording. But Yeah we always have been shutterbugs. I think the whole definitely me more so than I think my siblings but Harry was definitely behind the camera. He was into like us us a very like a like like like scandal. And what about the Paparazzi and stuff? Maybe it wasn't. I can't even say that it wasn't like it is now because Paparazzi but was it A pain in the bud. Was it something that you guys so I was so used to? You know because what happened is my hair Harry. In Marguerite. My mom was marguerite. She passed away a few years go but they divorced. When I was very young actually separated woman was pregnant with me so there was always that kind of people trying to take pictures of that that was going on but there was a little more of a sense of decency for lack of better words with authorizing I mean. Now it's like Oh goes the there were lines. That were not crossed back then. I mean chances and stuff like that and they they definitely probably got onto your skin right probably worse today and usually think it was more of a magazine would come in. Ebony magazine would come in and say you know. Can we shoot you at home or and you know there was a story that was behind it and maybe the attorneys would go yet. It's good idea. Let's let's push that you know. Yeah we've always been around cameras for yourself. It's often family. What kind of things interested you would sort of you know? In the days I was in boarding school in Massachusetts so I I've always been a fan of black and white. I never learned how to process color and of course slides for the first things. You sort of learned. I never learned how to process but I was always into the dynamic of black and white so with the snow in Massachusetts. There was always the lights and shadows and you can stream you know falling through the ice no save. The camera saved the camera. Shot landscapes mostly landscapes. And then I shot everything and then as I got older and could start a fording stuff. I actually stopped shooting for a while and then when Sam. I got married thirty five years ago. Sam gave me my first Yoeskamnoer. I had by then already onto Canon cameras. But you know hey a one and the that great but then Sam gave me my first Kammer after maybe not shooting for ten years and we went on our honeymoon to Italy and I just shot like crazy like bags and bags film was carrying at the time. Kodak made what was called recording fill in the recording. Four seventy five four and as soon as you develop it would turn into a corkscrew that you can never hold flat that I didn't know because by then I wasn't processing okay but Three hundred you could you. Could you could set the The whatever you wanted I mean you couldn't with any film but this was if you decided to shoot at or if you wanted to shoot one hundred thirty two hundred or sixty four hundred. Just remember what you shot that at and you'd process it like if I shot four hundred three sixty I process it at four hundred by shoot at three sixty and I mean the detail was. It's crazy it's like mega pixels eight thousand and I just fell in love with that and then when Kodak stopped making it because they said well you know nobody's buying it because it was twelve dollars a roll and I know buying it. No please keep making and then shortly after you know film just kind of went by the wayside and now it's coming back. Is it coming back to us? Sales were up twenty percent last year. So you now actually have to try and find a film camera. I still actually have a rebel. Okay okay isn't it rebel? Originally rebels were killed. What was called the digital rebel? No megapixel but I did have for the Canon thirty and I was started shooting movies of Friends of mine. Who were directors said? Would you shoot stills movie and I remember get going into get a sound blimp made for my digital camera and the guys in you and Steven Spielberg's guy or the only people that have blimps for you. These eight thirty eight sixty. Whatever I add albertson blimp. Right Jacobsen Jacobsen recently closed down. There's no need for any other. No ex- exactly. I've got this this whole box downstairs in the garage is because like don't need the blimp. Next time lenses by the I worked on a movie as recently as Twenty fifteen and with a digital camera and they recorded a blimp ahead to go rent one. I mean even even that little clique. If you're onset now we have an issue thousand frames so that one was especially digital you shoot so fast. The first movie I did shoot I had asked me me. Leaders a friend of mine and she also is the executive producer and director of the morning. Show but at the time going back. You know fifteen twenty years. Whenever it was that I was shooting this I said to her. You know this is the first time shooting for a movie. What she's just keeps shooting shoot. Shoot shoot shoot shoot shoot shoot so I did. I shot eight thousand seven hundred and seventy eight frames and thought okay. You know. I'm their mom. Put them all and give them. And then oh no we just need your best hundred. It took me like three weeks to go through every single one of those because I really looked like I was shooting movie. Everything was so slightly different. They know what would you take away from that experience? Really get an editor back to that five role mentality you know. They'll have a budget for three to five roles. And that's what you did shooting digital change anything when you when you shoot because obviously it did change a lot for a lot of people in this idea of shooting maybe too much or a lot or just the freedom they can give you. Some really changed a lot of people's now you know everything is it cyclical now. I've barely picked up my camera now. Also have a Sony seven hours and shooting with my Samsung Galaxy's the galaxy the first galaxy thing. I had a four note for one of the earlier. Ones the best pictures I've ever seen. I went on my God. Look at these pictures that I'm getting on my phone and now I have a lot of my family's mostly apple. Nothing you know not against apple but galaxies have much better pictures you know the Samsung just really has the better technology shooting with your phone and I know friends of mine even say your pictures are so much better than mine. Why is that slow data Samsung if Samsung only made and take get another phone? Get Your Samsung Stolz. But I still like I still like the weight of having a camera and shooting the cameras a different different animal. But now you know. There's a difference for photographers. I never was would call professional photography gallery shows and stuff but I'm not like Greg Gorman. Who was a friend of mine? I didn't shoot and I'm not making money like that as a photographer. And right now so many you can take so many pictures. I mean anybody can get good picture with their phone. You know you can. It's easier to get good pictures now than it used to be. You know you'd have to have a professional photographer do that. Well now I you know people take headshots their phones movies with your eyes. You can do anything. Us forces us to kind of rethink what I should be taking pictures of. And how many pictures should be taking reassessed kind of the nature of it and that's happening. I think you know this return to film. We're seeing people kind of wanting to slow back down a little bit trying to figure out what what's the basis of it. That's really what it is. It's it's a medium. It's like if you're an oil painter if you're into acrylics or if you're doing you know pencil drawings if you're into sculpture it's a it's all worthy it's just a matter of what your taste isn't what it is that you're shooting at that
States Take The Wheel Promoting Electric Vehicles
"There are nearly one and a half million electric vehicles on. Us ROADS EV boosters concerned about climate change say many more are needed with little happening at the federal level. Npr's Jeff Brady reports that they're having success getting states to help at a parking lot. Just outside Trenton. New Jersey were standing next to Pam. Franks Orange Chevrolet volt and I picked orange not because I like the color orange but because I wanted the car to be noticed. Frank heads the coalition that got a new law passed a New Jersey. Recently more on that in a minute but first we're going for a dry people like to say gas pedal. Yeah see now accelerator. Frank says her. Little Orange Bolt reduces her carbon footprint. It's quiet and it's fast. I better slow down and we're going to get ticket. We stop at a public charging station. And Frank tells me about her groups big success New Jersey's new law includes up to three hundred million dollars in rebates over ten years to electric vehicle buyers and it's not just any rebates cash on the hood rebate and the law sets ambitious goals in twenty years. Eighty five percent of cars sold a New Jersey half to be electric. It calls for new charging stations around the state to overcome range anxiety. That's the fear of cars. Battery will run out with no place to charge among the supporters where electric utilities. They've been seeing weaker demand for electricity because of more efficient appliances and lighting more vs means more Trinity Sold Chris. Budzynski is what the Utility Company exelon exciting one because outside of California. It's probably the biggest piece of legislation that we've seen that supportive of clean transportation. This has the federal government seems to have taken a backseat in advancing. Evt's there are federal tax credits up to seventy five hundred dollars but only for the first two hundred thousand cars manufacturer sells GM and Tesla already hit that ceiling along with New Jersey other states or helping the EV market notably Maryland Minnesota and Oregon Budzynski. Says all this is good for utilities does represent one of the most significant or more significant opportunities for us probably over the course of the last hundred years with the exception of the introduction of air conditioning not everyone is happy. Oil Companies. Stand to lose gasoline sales. They've opposed some state. Efforts often echoing arguments from consumer advocates. Like Stephanie Brand she directs New Jersey's division of Rate Council and Defense Utility customers interests. Most of those customers can't afford an electric vehicle because the cheapest electric vehicle at this point is about thirty thousand dollars often state programs allow utilities to collect rate payer money to build things like charging stations brand says. That's not fair. Because poor rate payers are subsidizing wealthier. Ones who can afford an E. V. Electric car advocates point out that everyone benefits from cleaner air and there are studies showing a lot more on. The road could actually reduce rates but until you reach a critical mass of electric vehicles. You're not gonna see those effects brand. Her concerns were addressed in New Jersey's legislation. Money from a fund already dedicated to public benefits will be used for the EV rebates elsewhere debates like this will continue as more states seek to boost electric vehicles. In fact pam frank plans to take her orange bolt and her coalition to neighboring states in the Northeast. Very
"trenton" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Trenton what else corresponded Greg Clarkston reports after appearing in pre recorded and live video messages in past years the president made pro life history this year by profound honor to be the first president in history to attend the March for life and he reminded the tens of thousands of pro life Americans gathered on the national mall that he's been standing with them since his first day in office I'm born children have never had a stronger defender in the White House the president touted his administration's pro life stance and said every human life is made in the image of god great Clarkston Washington will switch on older cumbersome good news for worry senators on day four of arguments by the house impeachment managers public you has more from Capitol Hill the trump impeachment team will begin its presentation tomorrow as scheduled but late word is go for only about two hours before resuming on Monday that's going to give senator something akin to a weekend after sitting for what will have been for marathon sessions by the time the impeachment managers expend their time tonight prosecutors plan to wrap up their case today with a focus on impeachment article to the one charging that president trump obstructed Congress by new capital hill France's announced two cases of the deadly virus from China the first cases in Europe but confirmed cases were announced Friday by the health minister who said both of the second people have traveled to China the minister said she expects more cases the US one out with two cases one in Washington state the other in Chicago the number of confirmed cases in the world more than eight hundred fifty now with at least twenty five deaths all of them in China on Wall Street.
"trenton" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"X. W. Trenton W. K. X. W. H. T. new Jersey's most listened to station New Jersey one a one point five news starts eight I'm Joe Carter topping our report at this hour a driver who caused the deaths of a couple killed in a crash sensor mini van plunging into frigid waters has been sentenced to nearly thirteen years thirty one year old Amish pet tell of the line co pleaded guilty in November to drunk driving and two counts of vehicular homicide Patel was speeding when he lost control of his car in January of twenty eighteen and hit a mini van that was stopped in the jug handle while waiting to cross from one thirty in Willingboro it killed thirty or fifty two year old Robert Stevenson fifty well Janet Stevens of Burlington township a judge sentenced a man accused of sexually assaulting a teen waitress at his wedding reception to six years probation thirty two year old Matthew Hamer's of Willingboro pleaded guilty to indecent exposure disorderly conduct and simple assault the sentence part of a plea agreement more serious charges of indecent assault imprisonment of a minor and harassment were dropped after the prosecutor consulted with the victim president trump comes to Wildwood later this month to hold a rally with congressman Jeff Andrew now a member of the G. O. P. Wildwood mayor Byron says the entire area will be jammed parking will be tough and once you arrive at the convention center you'll have to go through tight security I don't have a checklist of the things that you can take it with you but keep in mind probably similar to the airport check and he adds everyone's excited about having a sitting president visiting their town south Brunswick police scratching their heads because people keep leaving their cars unlocked overnight stuff keeps getting stolen more cars were burglarized Thursday morning investigators hoping someone's home security camera may have caught the thieves in the act the state troopers fraternal association hopes governor Murphy gives the green light to a proposed law to require new drivers to watch a video about their rights and responsibilities as a traffic stop association president Wayne Blanchard says too many drivers wanna fight their ticket right there and then appropriate that you to dispute and have a trial of the trap that's why we have to of course the law he says there's also a misconception a cop needs to explain the reason for the traffic stop before getting documentation a little snow Saturday far complete forecast coming up to Jersey fast traffic in one minute all jurors see all the time and greatest show on the radio New Jersey won a one point five so many savings so little time its.
"trenton" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Was rejoicing in Trenton as the effort to repeal the religious exemption for vaccination fell short yesterday the vote was canceled one vote short of passage in the Senate supporters plan to reintroduce legislation today as the new legislative session begins Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell telling fellow Republicans the impeachment trial will start one week from today sources tell CBS news the senators are being told it could last three to five weeks six days a week house managers in the White House counsel will each get twenty four hours followed by a vote on whether to call witnesses the third thing Merida Blasio says New York city's going to address questions of police racism raised by Attorney General tissue James she's not an investigation into the NYPD's handling a fare beaters after the department released data showing that the bulk of the enforcement falls on new Yorkers of color the mayor of New York one promise cooperation and we want to make sure everything's fair that's the whole idea what we're trying to do these last six years change the nature of policing to make sure it's connected to our communities neighborhood policing and then my PD spokesman says the department enforces the law fairly and equally without consideration of race or ethnicity recollection was deadly for a landlord in queens over the weekend police say seventy one year old Edgar Moncayo was looking for a late payment from a tenant when he was shot down a flight of steps for his trouble on a hundred and second street in corona on Sunday his fall was captured by his doorbell camera part of the evidence now that investigators are assembling against twenty three year old Alex gar says who's being charged with manslaughter friends say the seventy one year old victim came from Ecuador he leaves behind a wife a son and several grandchildren to there's work to be done and getting let out of the water in Newark but there's progress as we hear from W. CBS reporter Kevin called over the last six months the lead level in Newark streaking water has gone down Karina down the acting director of water and sewer says they're inching closer to the acceptable federal level of fifteen parts per billion right now they're at seventeen point three one way this city has been trying to fight the problem by going out and replacing all the lead pipes the average homeowner would pay anywhere from six to ten thousand dollars if they had to get their lead service line but it's a cost the city is picking up a large part with the help of a hundred twenty million dollars offered up by Essex County one of the first people to sign up to get their pipes replace cleared strakes who initially paid for it when I learned later that I didn't have to pay a thousand dollars and I definitely had me a cappuccino he's lived in Newark for well over thirty years says the new copper pipes offer him peace of mind last year the city set out to replace all eighteen thousand lead service lines and so far they've gone to over five thousand in newer Kevin Rincon WCBS newsradio eight eight and nine eighteen it's time for traffic.
NJ bill to eliminate religious vaccine exemptions dies, supporters vow to try again
"New Jersey lawmakers voting on legislation that'll eliminate most religious exemptions for vaccines for school children protesters were outside the state house in Trenton today holding up signs which read my tile my choice the Democrat led assembly and Senate are expected to vote on the thing without over a hundred bills being considered before this legislative session and initially they were talking about religious exemptions overall but lawmakers amended the bill last week to allow exemptions for people that private schools and for siblings of children who had vaccine related
"trenton" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"The British and Hessian took well over a hundred casualties. The American casualties are not well recorded. But an estimated two or three dozen at at least two Americans were captured and summarily shot. This was pursuant to orders to take no prisoners. The Battle at eight mile run was a fairly early substantial one. As far as revolutionary war skirmishes go but one that tends to get lost in the larger events of a few days before and after it also put the British on notice that the Americans were in no mood to scatter and would challenge their advance on Trenton. The British could probably take the Tau but they would pay a substantial price in blood on the evening of January first a few hours after the skirmish and probably about the same time. That General Cornwallis Cornwallis had arrived at Princeton and was holding his own council of war with the British and Hessian Officers General Washington held his own council of war. With his this generals in Trenton. These included the two division commanders Generals Greene and Sullivan as well as Knox read and Saint Clair. Congress had just promoted Henry Knox to general a few days earlier following the first battle of Trenton. So congratulations Henry here. No longer a colonel here now. A general the leaders expected a British advance to come and needed to decide how to respond. One option was to fall back to cross wicks where Colonel cadwalader still had a couple of thousand militia another option would be to order cadwalader forces to join them in Trenton or they could keep the two units separate engaged the British in Trenton than fall back that allow cod waller's forces to hit the British a second time after some debate eight they decided it would be best to focus both armies in Trenton and face the enemy there Benjamin rush a member of Congress was visiting the army see that night and had just come from cadwalader forces Washington asked his opinions and requested that he carried a note to cadwalader ordering during the army to Trenton Rush. Set off that night. With Washington's orders making the seven Mile Journey on horseback in about three hours arrived at cadwalader camp around one. Am and got the general out of bed. After a brief discussion cadwalader woke his army assembled the men and and began a night March Trenton. The bulk of the army arrived in Trenton shortly after dawn on the morning of January second the Combined Continental Continental Army and militia in New Jersey. Total around seven thousand men but not all of them were in Trenton. Also on the morning of January January second only hours after cadwalader forces had begin marching north to Trenton from crosswalks. British General Lord Cornwallis main column of British British Haitians began their march south from Princeton Toward Trenton. Only a mile or two out of Princeton the lead collar began taking fire enemy riflemen attempted to pick off searchers or anyone mounted on a horse they took the shot and then wrote off before anyone could get to them. The harassing fire took out a few men. But mostly had the effect of angering frame the nerves of the attacking column even further at least once or twice during this ride a Hessian attempted to ride out after one of these local horseman the horsemen lead his pursuer into an American ambush who shot and killed the pursuing Hessian the locals then disappeared before anyone else from the column could attack them. The Com- spread out over the road. When an advanced group group arrived at maidenhead about five miles north of Trenton they stopped and waited for the main column to catch up with them? As they began their advance toward Trenton. They found the American advance force waiting for them at five Mile Creek. General Fair Moi who commanded the continental forces there so the enemy approaching an executed. What I like to call a French charge? This is a maneuver where an officer mounts his horse turns it around so that the tail of the Horse is facing the enemy. Then Spurs the Horse to flee from the field in a panic. Fermoy galloped away toward Trenton without saying a word leaving his brigade without its commander. The soldiers were stunned but second in command. Colonel Edward Hand from in Pennsylvania immediately assumed command assisted by Major Henry Miller from Maryland. The men ambushed the British advance guard forcing them to retreat in disarray. Back to the main column American artillery forced the British column to stop and form a line of battle the American force. I was clearly outnumbered against Cornwallis entire army and never expected to do anything but delay the British advance. They held the British at bay. Hey for about two hours before. British flanking maneuvers threatened to surround them then pulled back in good order to another defensible position about a quarter mile down the road. There they halted the British column a second time when overwhelming forces moved in on their position again the group just moved further herself to a place called Stockton hollow just on the northern outskirts of Trenton. Again they delayed the British column before Colonel Hand and his men and fell back once again the British and Hessian forces marched into trend from the north the same route taken by the Americans in the first battle of Trenton. There was some streetfighting town as the Americans fell back. The men retreated through Trenton to reach the main continental lines. Just south of Trenton. On the other side of s and Pink Creek General Knox's thirty cannons opened up an artillery barrage on the British and Haitians as they began into occupy the town. General Cornwallis ordered his own larger cannon into position and returned fire there an artillery duel lasted about thirty minutes occur hands delaying tactics. Had done what they needed to do. They kept the British from reaching Trenton. Until just before sundown the British and Hessian took control of Trenton where there was some infantry fighting in the late afternoon. Hand's Brigade made a fairly orderly retreat through through town along with a few regiments that Washington had sent across the creek to support their retreat. The heche did manage to capture one on arm chaplain who had lingered a little too long in Trenton Tavern. Taking no prisoners they robbed. The man stripped him. Naked forced him onto his knees and then bayoneted added him to death. Most of the Americans though retreated out of town across the bridge over s and Pink Creek to make sure the retreat did not turn into a panic attic general Washington personally wrote down to the bridge and directed his men across pointing them to their positions in the main continental line. At this point it was about sundown but the British and Hessian continued to probe the line for points of weakness but finding that Washington had deployed his troops and artillery tillery to cover the bridge and any fords along the river where the enemy might cross the British and Hashes made four attempts to take the bridge that evening but but were driven back with heavy casualties each time. The British did not bother to report their casualties but the Americans estimated that the killed wounded her capture to be at least five hundred most estimates. Put this a little lower may be three fifty to four hundred including those shot during the march to Trenton as well as as the fighting in town and on the bridge the Americans themselves took only about fifty casualties that day. With nightfall both sides settled down. They continued to fire their cannons. All Night Cornwallis decided against nighttime infantry attack. Though many of his men had marched about seventy miles in two days and had been involved in a running battle for most of the day Cornwallis kept his men along the banks of the creek without fires where they could keep an eye on the Americans and prevent the enemy from making any advances to identify their positions Cornwallis then deployed his army into two positions for a dawn raid. American scouts reported on these deployments Cornwallis held another council of war with his other officers including grant Sterling Leslie and Erskine. They discussed the option of a night raid but cornwallis opted for a dawn attack. Once all all of his forces were positioned where he wanted them he also wanted to bring in more artillery overnight from Princeton the night attack on unfamiliar terrain and with exhausted troops just held too many risks. They would finish the job in the morning next week. Washington ops not to let Cornwallis what was finish the job at Trenton but instead dashes off to fight the battle of Princeton. Hi thanks for joining the American Revolution. Lucien podcast after show as I'm releasing this episode over Thanksgiving weekend. It seems appropriate to say thanks to everyone who has listened to the show so many of you have opted to support the show financially on patriotic. And that's a big help. I also very much appreciate everyone who has left a five star review on itunes or anywhere else that allows reviews and comments even just being a faithful listener. Makes me grateful. I have one other renouncement this week. Some of you may already noticed an advertisement at the beginning of the show Scott rank host of the podcast. History unplugged is the shows. I sponsor I met Scott at podcasting convention a couple years ago. His podcast covers a wide range of topics from any point in history. And all over the world. I've been enjoying his. 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RSS Feed that allows you to listen to all episodes both old ones and the new ones completely ad free so that is still an option. Anyway it's a big big change for me and that's what's happening. You're probably not listening to hear me. Talk about podcast advertising though you WanNa hear more about the revolution this week take the empire strikes back. After Washington's rate on Trenton General Cornwallis leads the large army south to Southern Jersey or West Jersey Z.. As they called it at the time to reconquer the area for the king and the British Empire now remember Wallace is really ticked off that his plans to go home for the winter were cancelled for up and coming officers. Winter campaigns were important times to go home and Brown nose with the ministry to get promotions. Probably more importantly to Cornwallis. His wife was sick and he hoped to spend some time with her so when he got recalled just as he was about to board a ship for London he was not happy that may be why he opted for a direct assault in a single column directly to Trenton. He wanted to smash the rebels hard fast so he could put an end to any winter. Campaign Cornwallis of course would discover that hitting the Americans was much like punching coaching. Jello of course didn't have Jello at the time but the analogy works. Today he could force them to move but he could never actually smash them. If he moved away they would just move.
"trenton" Discussed on Pit Lane Parley
"Be Willy t ribbs to the the bachelor the first african-american qualify for the five hundred. Because this guy was pretty good. He was working on a shoestring budget but he had some had some decent backers So that that was a little tragic in the what could have been a kind of scenario. They're coming out of Trenton yet. Now that you talk about him I definitely have heard my. Hi Dad. Talk about him in the past Real quick not necessarily a Trenton question. But because you brought it up How did the mini indy? Cars differ from the Super Vee cars of for Franken case. You didn't listen or any of our listeners. Forgot back in May we talk to now former. NHL Goalie Mike McKenna. Whose Dad was as Subaru driver? Back in the sixties seventies. I'm sorry Michael has to check with you on when when he raced. If I'm not mistaken the the mini indy and actually foremost super. Vee were. We're pretty much the same formula. It's just there were sanctioned by different Wadis there you have it Usak Mini Indy. But it was essentially the same thing as a formula Super Vee and there are a lot of really good any car racers who came up through super vague Michael Andretti Bill Elsa Rick mears his. Name's like that And the I think they just read the Usak once you sang by Usak. We're called mini the than the SEC had their formula Super Vee and then they later had gotten Robert Bosch Company to sponsor the series in the sea When Cart Kinda took over from USAK as the primary sanctioning body for the indy cars But I don't believe there's a whole lot of difference and I'm sure there's a couple of old timers out there who will correct me and tell me I'm totally wrong that spectrum but as far ars I know the many very similar to the supervie's let's We'll wrap up our our trend. speedway addition addition. Here with the you know what led to the demise of Trenton speedway now you mentioned conor will lead to the demise from from the NASCAR perspective the but what led it to now become a ups shipping facility and housing a cramped housing development in Trenton New Jersey. Well there's a lot of contributing factors there if you look at The fate of say Riverside in Ontario California. It's very similar to what happened to trend. uh-huh as urban sprawl kind of moved in and again trying to sandwiched between New York City and Philadelphia. Real estate values were much higher therefore redevelopment than they are to have a have a racetrack. They would sit there Dormant for most of the year until the state fair came around pocono played a part in the demise. We had A. It sounds weird to say. Oakland wasn't ultra-modern facility to Trenton. They say that today with the POCONOS got knocked. It'd be a little behind the ties. But you know back back in the early seventies and you you know what's POCO open their doors. That you sack was there right away and So you've got the kind of geographical area covered fan so the crowd started and the The other contributing factor was they were looking to move the state. Okay Fair from Trenton to Sussex County which happened in I wanNA say nineteen eighty three which was about two years after the the track close but they went ahead and sold the track and the entirety other state fairgrounds to private developers. A few other things that factored into this might be seventy six. The when he figured stay fairgrounds state money coming into their right in nineteen seventy six. There's a lot of state money that went into build giant stadium to attract both New York giants and the New York jets to play new New Jersey up in the meadowlands Then in nineteen eighty. They built the Basketball Stadium there to track the New Jersey Nets and the New Jersey devils. So he's got state. Money is being funneled. A that way. Farther up north and SORTA little less going into Trenton. That combined with the the real estate prices going up to where it's more lucrative just to sell it The state money and the dwindling crowds all kind of off an apartment. There so a lot of folks will tell you that various nothing. Nothing you can see that will tell. Are you a speedway used to be there but there are a few things you can look at If you go to the next to the the UPS facility. There's a nice nice little a second meditation garden. It's called the Grounds for sculpture as a Lotta sculpture. A lot of Greenery and plants and whatnot. It's just a nice little place place. There's a little part in the middle and it's these sculpture court. Now when they pulled the grand stands out in the still. We're talking about this concrete foundation that they couldn't they wouldn't pull out when they moved the track in the fifties So they still didn't pull that concrete foundation out so they so they built the grounds for sculpture These sculpture court right over the top of the concrete foundation so he footprints of these sculptured court is the contour of ask from Trenton. Other than other than that. There's not a lot you can. I see some folks. There's a street in the suburb. That used to be the front straightaway. I mean it's been paved over so many times and whatnot. It's it's it's not the same with I. I really don't see that you can see that there. But the the Sculpture Court still has the contour of the original grandstand there. So if you can kind of visualize it when he's when you save you could stand in there. Ignore all the sculpture in imagine a racetrack. Being there you can maybe feel it but otherwise otherwise it's You know there's nothing left you know urban development there's a nice Housing silty a big. UPS thing I went to I went to the last indycar races at Trenton. And those were nights you seventy nine when the cart series had three races that year. I watch the double header event in June. Bobby one one. Both of those Ask the time I was there. The facilities were you know obviously suffering from some lack of upkeep and whatnot that all factors into that state money being funneled up to the meadowlands for for football basketball and hockey which was drawing more folks and racing so But again Trenton has left an indelible and indelible Galvin Marketing Race to you know to sit and talk with Mario Sit and talk with. Aj or sit and talk with other guys that have one. They're like you know Gordon Johncock and even Bobby Unser Rick mears won the final race at Trenton They'll all have fun memories. Yeah I've got a picture from. Aj's less when they're hanging on my wall here in in the office it's Such a cool track to talk about Frank thanks very much for the history lesson on on trend here. I think we'll we'll talk Langhorne next In the near future here but I hope everybody appreciated this and enjoyed the Nazar speedway edition and As well and we'll be back with more these throughout the off season. Thanks very much frank. Thank you appreciate having me on no problem art..
"trenton" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"Colonel Raw received achieved a report that the Americans were on both sides of town cutting off all avenues of retreat. Now at the time he received this report that was not entirely true. The Americans had not yet captured the stone bridge over ASS and Pink Creek. If role had rallied his men and retreated across the bridge he would have had a good defensive position he could have retreated east up a hill where he would have been better able to defend against the American attack. Indeed the only British soldiers in Trenton were twenty mounted or goons who turned tail and got out of town as fast as they could across. Does that vary bridge a significant number of Hessian camp followers. That's women and children who were traveling with the army also fled across the bridge before Sullivan's division could secure it but even if we're all had no that the bridge was still open. His instinct was not to retreat. He wanted one or two charge. The American lines and scattered the enemy like many other professional soldiers of the day. He believed the undisciplined. Americans would flee at EH daring counterattack. His experience in New York and New Jersey had confirmed. This view role sent the bulk of his assemble brigade. North through through an apple orchard with the intent of charging up a hill and into the American Center at the same time Heche artillery push north up King Street in in an attempt to push back the continental advance there in response to this Washington deployed several companies to the right of roles advancing forces. If he tried to cross up the hill his men would be mowed down from two sides. At the same time Knox's continental artillery continued to fire down King and Queen Streets Knox's artillery had improved with months of combat experience. Captain Alexander Hamilton. Who you may recall had given really embarrassing performance in his attempt to fire his cannon on the British ships sailing up the Hudson River a few months earlier now expertly used his guns against is the enemy? When a gun carriage broke on one of Knox's guns he ordered nearby infantry to charge enemy gun with swords and bayonets the Hessian artillery had advanced to four without sufficient infantry support the continentals charged into enemy fire to capture those two cannons? They then turn the guns around and continued firing on the enemy. The Americans who took part in that charge received several serious wounds both captain Washington and Lieutenant Monroe suffered serious wounds as a result of the charge. Monroe particularly suffered a severed artery in the shoulder. Her he very likely would fled to death on the field. But for the services of Dr Reicher. Who else mentioned had join them? Overnight Dr Rikers quick action. Stop the bleeding and save the future president from an untimely death. The continentals fought with an aggressiveness and speed. Did that surprise. The enemy perhaps one benefit of the many men who deserted the continental army in the weeks prior to battle was that those who did remained and where the hard core and most committed the Americans fought with a fury rushing the enemy at every opportunity. The heavens took dozens thousands of casualties while inflicting very few on the attackers. The hashes fell back again into town as multiple continental brigades. Press them on on several fronts. Colonel Raw finally considered retreating over the bridge to the south. But by this time it really was too late the continentals had secured secured the bridge backed up with cannon. As role ordered his men to fall back he took two shots in his side and had to be carried off the field. He would live until evening when he finally expired. After the battle had ended with the loss of Rawal and several other officers the two regiments passions. WHO had at advanced into the orchard and then began to fall back had decided they had enough rose second command? I tried to find a place to force I through the lines and get to the Princeton road but after he realized this was not gonNa work. You ordered his men to lay down their arms and surrender. Many of the Hessian soldiers disgusted with the idea of surrendering to these rebels. Smashed their muskets on the ground and slashed their equipment this denied its use by the enemy and avoided the indignity of turning over the weapons to the enemy. A few soldiers fled back into town and hidden. Various buildings to be captured later other was a third regiment of Russians the Knipe Housing Regiment. That was still in town after their comrades surrendered these. These remaining men attempted to retreat south across the stone bridge. But as I said by this time Sullivan's division had already taken control of the bridge edge and cut it off as an avenue of retreat. These remaining Haitians then tried to move up the creek to look for a spot where they could Ford across it. However the Americans kept up with them on the other side of the creek continuing their fire more Americans came through town surrounding this last Hessian Regiment? The Acting Commander of this regiment major deck out suffered a mortal wound and suggested that the regiment surrender. Some of his other officers objected and Deco told him they could do whatever they wanted and he left the regiment and walk back to town to surrender. After a a few more minutes of trying to find a place to cross the creek the final regiment which found itself surrounded finally lay down their arms and surrendered to the Americans reckons. The fighting lasted somewhere between forty five and ninety minutes accounts on this differ. But the American victory was pretty complete they had killed or captured. Most of the combat troops in Trenton. Only twenty two died in the actual battle with another eighty three wounded ended but about nine hundred were captured. They also captured six Hessian field cannon ammunition and a wealth of supplies next week a victorious. General Washington has to decide what he wants to do. Next hi thanks for joining the American Waken Revolution. PODCAST after show today. I WanNa thank Mike Hager for stepping up and joining the Robert Morris Circle on patron Mike because actually been a big supporter of the show for many months now at the Privy Council level but recently joined the Robert Morris Circle the highest level of patriotic on support for this podcast. Thanks Mike I really appreciate you helping to make this show possible. I'm recording this episode of few weeks ahead of time. Time the date this episode releases November Sixteenth Twenty Nineteen. I will be down at History Camp Virginia for a presentation Shen on the politics of independence. The other thing that will have happened by then is the announcement of History Camp Philadelphia. We are finally highly getting history Camp Philadelphia on May second twenty twenty the constitution highschool in Old Town philly which is a school that focuses on history. History has agreed to give us the space to hold history camp over the weekend. This will be a great opportunity for anyone in the area either to give a presentation and we're just listened to many of those that will be given. The great thing about history. Camp is that it is open to anyone. Many of us have spent much of our adult lives reading and learning about all different aspects of history. History camp gives us a chance to share that knowledge with other enthusiasts history camp covers all aspects of history not just the revolution. I know there will be some really great revolution topics. They're just based on some of the authors authors who have already expressed an interest in attending however I actually plan to present on an interesting topic. That's not from the revolution. My topic will be the Philadelphia Bible. Riots of eighteen forty four should be a really awesome day. One shortcoming of our location though is is that space is going to be rather limited. So if you do WANNA go be sure to order your tickets early. I've started a facebook page for history Camp Philadelphia and there should be more information appearing on the history camp dot org webpage later this week but again mark your calendars for May second twenty twenty. So this week we covered the first battle of Trenton which begins fighting in what is sometimes called the ten most crucial crucial days of the American revolution. Those are the days from December. Twenty fifth seventeen seventy six. When Washington I crosses the Delaware River through January third when the continentals fight the battle of Princeton out last week we covered the crossing the Delaware on the twenty fifth? Today Day we cover the Battle of Princeton on the twenty sixth. But don't worry it's not come take us ten episodes to get through all ten of those days. The next eight days will will be covered in a mere three episodes but the reason those ten days are really considered so crucial and why I am devoting so much time to it on. The podcast fast is because the continental army and the Patriot movement. More generally was on the verge of dying when those days began on December twenty fifth and by January third it had a new lease on life at a real chance of going the distance. That is why we give so close attention to those ten in crucial days for those of you who want an even closer look. I'm recommending a book with that same name. Ten crucial days Washington's ends vision for victory unfolds by William L.. Kidder as you might guess from the title the book goes into great detail specifically about that time period beginning on December twenty fifth and ending on January third. The book is very thorough covering that short time period with over three hundred pages of content not counting notes and index. It's not as much a narrative a book like the one. I recommended last week on a similar topic David Hackett officiers Washington's crossing this book ten crucial days reads a little bit more. Like a timeline going into detail about exactly what is happening. Hitting each day in various theatres the book itself is relatively new having just been released last year twenty eighteen. For that reason. It's actually able to take advantage of some of the additional research and information that has come out about the battles since two thousand four when the book. I recommended last week fishers. Washington's crossing was published the author William Kidder for Larry to his friends has written a number of books books on New Jersey history. He's retired history teacher and has been a longtime volunteer at the Howell. Living History farm which is near Washington's it's crossing. I also had the privilege of listening to a lecture of his at my local American revolution. Roundtable a few months ago my online recommendation. This week is a website of the same name. Ten crucial days dot Org. The site is run by Roger Williams who is a Patriot supporter of this show at the Privy Council level. His site covers the same critical period as Mr Kidder's book from Washington's Crossing on the twenty fifth to the battle of Princeton on the third. The site has lots of great information about those events and is tied to the many parks and museums in the area. If you you ever plan to visit Washington's crossing you really should visit ten crucial days dot Org as part of planning your visit. Well that's offer this week. I hope you will join me again next week. For another American Revolution podcast..
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"trenton" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Towards the end of nineteen seventy-six Richard Trenton chases neighbors began noticing how strangely he was behaving one of his neighbors Linda Dylan experienced a number of deeply uncomfortable encounters with him she described him as wandering around with the blank look on his face sometimes dragging his feet behind him as she gives no concrete dates for these encounters it is possible that Miss Dylan's account Salaam be like Richard Chase took place when Richard was heavily sedated by antipsychotic medication. Richard had been given a diagnosis of paranoid schizophrenia when he was discharged from Beverley Manor Hospital in late nineteen seventy six Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please note Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for the show thanks greg part of the reason for chases discharged from the hospital was that a number of doctors believed he had the potential for improvement it seemed like the medications they prescribed did dampen his more violent tendencies antipsychotic medication is designed to treat positive symptoms such as delusions hallucinations and it certainly had that effect on Richard however the use of antipsychotic was still a relatively new field so the drugs that were describe to Richard also rendered him listless his mother Beatrice found this too hard to deal with so she took it upon herself to Wean Richard off his medication nations by the beginning of nineteen seventy seven Richard was his unmedicated south once again and his strange behavior started to seem a little more than interests by July of nineteen seventy seven all traces of Richard Chases so-called recovery had vanished schizophrenia as men enjoyable with proper treatment but after Beatrice weaned her son off of his medication he received no treatment at all without any outpatient care or medi occasion he was left totally adrift he frequently turned violent toward his family and forbade most of them from entering his apartment he still received regular visits from his father Richard Senior who in spite of everything wanted to make sure his son did not fall into isolation then and the chase family dogs disappeared Richard Senior immediately suspected his son and accused him of kidney shopping and killing the dogs Richard Junior denied it but his father remembered the flocks of rabbits he kept at his apartment supposedly for eating he was not convinced riches behavior toward his neighbors only crew more aggressive Linda Dylan recalled a particularly disturbing encounter she with him in early nineteen seventy seven dylan encountered him in the garage of their apartment building he cornered her and asked her for a cigarette she gave him one and he did not move blocking her from the exit he demanded more she gave him the entire pack and fled sometime after this encounter here in early August Richard packed up his Ford Ranchero and drove to pyramid lake on the piety tribal reservation in Nevada two hundred miles northeast Sacrimento we don't know what Richard intended to do on this trip but somehow his pickup truck got caught in the sand near the lake a man armen toby senior sought chase abandoned his vehicle with a dog toby took a look inside and immediately called the bureau of Indian affairs officers. Charles O'Brien Manuel Sabari and Leland Johnson arrived along with tribal officers Leroy Phoenix and Edward crutcher they found the vehicle still abandoned and searched it the interior of the vehicle was heavily stained with blood two rifles lay in the past singer seat and next to them was a white bucket inside the bucket was more blood and a liver O'Brien searched the surround outing area with his binoculars and saw the bloody figure of Richard Chase watching them from the distance O'Brien rooted his report he was approximately one after three quarters of a mile away from us he was completely nude Richard turned and ran away from them towards the lake the Bureau of Indian affairs officers pursued on foot while the tribal officers went to head him off in their vehicle eventually they caught up with Richard who properly identified himself to the author researchers when asked where all the blood came from he told them it was his own and that it had seeped out of him confused by his nonsensical the answers the officers arrested Richard and took him in for holding the dog Carmen Toby had seen with Richard was nowhere to be found Richard was held in custody in the Wash U. County jail while the blood and liver were sent away for testing the results determined that the blood and liver longed to an animal not a human once again Richard's father had to drive out to pick up his son from jail Richard told him exactly the same thing he told his mother over the phone this was all a misunderstanding he spilled rabbit blood on himself and been arrested by mistake. Richard car was impounded due to problems with registration but otherwise he was free to go later that summer Richard Return to Nevada to retrieve his Co. you're according to Miss Mossy Lewis of the Wash U. County Sheriff's department. Richard Look disheveled but treated her politely this wasn't star contrast whose behavior behind closed doors privately Richard was nursing a growing tendency toward violence his yearning for blood can you to increase and rabbits weren't satisfying him anymore on October first nineteen seventy seven he bought a dog from the PCA for fifteen dollars and ninety cents he returned on October tenth and bought another shortly afterward in either late October guber or early November Richard purchased a dog from a Lane Meyer and attempted to haggle down her asking price of twenty five dollars his attempt at bargaining was unsuccessful but he purchased the dog anyway according to Meyer the dog was extremely wary of him as Richard took it away in mid-november rich heard visited Daniel Owens who was selling Labrador puppies for ten dollars each time he introduced himself as a breeder but owens noted that he paid no attention into sex when selecting which dogs he was going to buy none of its sated Richard but he didn't have enough money to keep the salk around the same time in Nova ember the sunset family neighbors of Richard's reported their family dog missing when he saw their ad in the newspaper Richard called the sunsets and taunted them saying he had taken their dog according to Mr Sunset the man on the phone sounded almost incoherent and possibly high when Mr Son Seth demanded to know who he was Richard Hung up none of the dogs Richard acquired were ever seen again Dog napping was not the only thing that occupied Richard Chase in the first week of December nineteen seventy seven he walked into big the five sporting goods and purchased a twenty two caliber Lugar style pistol for sixty nine dollars and ninety nine cents to purchase the gun he was asked if he had ever been admitted into a psychiatric institution he lied and said no Richard was approved for the gun but there was a mandatory waiting period which menti could not pick up the weapon for a couple of weeks short of funds after buying the gone he called his mother to purchase a holster for him she declined I didn't ask further questions she was used to Richard's odd requests and had learned not to read too much into them in fact his mother had reason to be optimistic two days before he picked up his weapon Richard seemed to be on the verge of getting his life together he cut his hair trimmed his beard and mentioned to her he was considering getting a job when they saw him both of Richard's parents and his grandmother noticed and complemented his more put together appearance on December eighteenth he went back to the store for the pistol this same week he picked up several editions of the Sacramento Bee cutting out an Nicole from the out and about section on dating and circling several ads for free dogs a few days before Christmas Richard Senior took a son shopping where he bought Richard Junior an Orange Parka that he liked Richard Seniors spoke to his son multiple times that December noting that rich appeared quote said nothing bizarre or abnormal and did not complain about his blood despite these outward improvements AC- Google phone call upset the whole balance sometime during mid December Richard's mother called and told him that he was not allowed to come home for Christmas though she likely didn't say why over the phone she claimed later that it was because Richard Sister Pamela was scared of him and did not want him around anymore Richard was extremely upset by this though accounts vary on the timeframe it was at this point he started driving around his neighborhood firing shots into random windows a woman named Mrs Polinsky was doing her dishes when a bullet pierced her kitchen window the shot fired from the street flu mere inches over her head it was only a matter of time before someone was killed.
"trenton" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Hi I'm greg pulsing this is serial killers apart cast original every Monday we dive into the minds of Madness of serial killers I'm here with my co host Canessa Richardson. Hi everyone you can find episodes of serial killers and all other park cast originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream serial killers for free on spotify just open the APP and type serial killers in the search bar today were finishing the story of Richard Trenton chase also known as the Vampire of Sacramento at podcast were grateful for you our listeners you allow us to do we love let us know how doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network view enjoy today's episode the best way to help us is leave a Five-star Review wherever you're listening it really does help last week we discussed richards troubled youth in Sacramento California and the two the times he was institutionalized to treat his clear cognitive issues as a young man he developed a fixation with his health insisting to doctors very ill this week will follow chase. As he progresses toward more extreme and extremely disturbing acts of Violence.
"trenton" Discussed on Serial Killers
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and return to a normal life he took it medication started exercising and abandoned all of the strange habits that disturbed everyone who lived with him but this latency period was only ten gary reprieve as the years rolled on his paranoid delusions returned and he began treating his family with increasing cruelty onto a key Asians he told his mother Beatrice to stop controlling his mind he also accused a sister Pamela of this on a separate occasion he again became prone to random bouts of anger and take out his fury on whatever furniture glass or wall was nearby on one occasion his rampage groups bovine violent that Beatrice Pamela had to flee the house while he destroyed everything inside it Richard senior drove over and attempted to calm the raging Richard Junior down this particular instance included a fistfight between the two men on their front lawn around this time his rage also began to manifest itself in more sinister ways according to Beatrice Chase Richard began to torture the family dog six he would take the pov his dog and cut it with a pocket knife on one instance he squeezed the dog's snout until it almost broke the poor dog had difficulty eating solid food for some time afterward worried about her son's habits Beatrice arranged with her ex husband to get Richard a place his own but now that he no longer had anyone watching him richards habits started to get even more perverse Richard started taking trips to the neighbor hood of Rio Linda where he visited a rabbit breeder he purchased a number of rabbits from this man and brought them back to his home she would then eviscerate the rabbits and drink their blood sometimes he would put their entrails into a blender and drink the gory sludge when his father visited to play chess he noticed the presence of these animals he asked his son what the rabbits were four Richard said that he was eating being them already used to his sons odd behavior Richard senior shrugged the comment off on April Twenty Fifth Nineteen Seventy six Richard senior paid as usual visit to a son he seemed normal at the time as normal as Richard Hooker was Richard Senior left that night after a completely uneventful the evening the next day Richard Senior came by to visit his son again when Richard didn't answer the door he went inside back he found Richard lying on the floor too ill to move the stench of vomit filled the air Richard had injected himself with the rabbit it blood sometime after his dad left the night before believing his blood levels were critically low Richard senior rushed his son to the hospital when he was admitted Richard gave his own bizarre reasoning for what had happened he told the physicians that he had been poisoned by a rabbit he ate which had batter acid in its stomach he was diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic and placed under a seventy two hour hold Richard was then transferred to American river Hospital on April twenty eighth his physical condition had improved slightly but he maintained his strange version of events justifying his behavior to the doctors he told the doctors that he needed to drink blood because his heart was weak saying that his body was falling apart despite this it refused to join Anita hospitals exercise programs or group therapy on May nineteenth he was once again discharged his Dr Michael Buckley wrote in his final report uncooperative with treatment throughout the course of his hospitalization against Richards wishes he was committed to beverly manner and institution for mental illness patients he protested the whole way insisting he was only hospitalized for food poisoning and there was reason for him to be admitted to a mental health ward while initially withdrawn and quiet he eventually started to socialize more with his fellow patients and some of the half despite prescribed medication he showed no signs of losing interest in drinking blood he would frequently describe eating raw rabbit who is fellow patience and on June twentieth one of the staff wrote that he suspected Richard was killing animals on the property two birds have been found lying outside his room earlier that week their heads had been torn off Richard have been found with his shirt and face cub visited blood when asked about this he said that he cut himself while shaving during his four months day at Beverly Manner Richard was given the knicks name Dracula for his obsession with blood his horrific pastimes grew so disturbing a pair of nurses aides quit the institution but after this incident Richard Chase showed some signs of responding to treatment with cautious optimism the doctors began to prepare him for Release this was a controversial decision at the hospital one of the nurses recalled when we heard he was going to be released we all raised hell about it but it didn't do any good on September Twenty Ninth Nineteen Seventy six Dr Buckley wrote that Richard had notably improved since his admission and that is attention for further improvement was fair although his prognosis was cautiously optimistic rumors around the institution insisted that Richard was merely being is charged to make room for other patients in the overcrowded facility now twenty six years old Richard was released into the custody of his parents under the sincere belief that with a guiding hand he could get better his parents were granted conservative ship of him a legal agreement that required them to pay his bills and manage his quality of life however nothing in the paperwork signed by Beatrice indicated that he had to live with them either Beatrice or Richard's younger sister Pamela would drop groceries off at riches apartment and Richard Senior would also regularly check up on his son but when Chris came to visit she was distressed by what she saw the medications Richard had been prescribed rendered him listless and constantly drained he had never been more manageable but beatrice looked at him and saw a Zombie this wasn't her son so Mrs Chase without consulting any psychiatrists or medical professionals took it upon herself to wean her son off the prescribed medication within I and his parents made no contact with beverly manner to inform them of his perceived recovery his energy restored Richard was quickly back to his old ways he would sleep during the day and go out at night a frequent haunt of his was the country club lanes bowling alley the the twenty six year old would socialize with people his age. He reconnected with some old acquaintances from his earlier years who found him surprisingly nostalgic mostly talking about their high school days but despite his best efforts he wasn't able to hide his unusual behavior his paranoia alarmed many of his former classmates he spoke of UFO's and did not see crime syndicate he believed operated out of his old high school saying he was sure they were still after him according to some reports he even started subletting his apartment though would occasionally call his father to chase unwelcome squad there's off his couch when he wanted the place to himself again despite this he remained a slave to his own untreated mental illness sometimes late nineteen seventy six he appeared in his doctor's office his head totally shaved demanding blood Richard had regressed even deeper into his Asian that he was running out of blood he claimed to desperately need a transfusion when asked if he had an appointment he turned and left without another the word according to a nurse that worked there Richard would frequently show up at the offices but when he saw other patients were there he'd leave without talking to anyone he wanted help but somehow knew that what he was requesting was incredibly strange and he did his best to avoid embarrassing social and owners whenever possible one of Richard Chases Neighbors Linda Dylan recalled a number of very strange encounters with Richard during late nineteen seventy six and early nineteen seventy seven she would see him carrying boxes into his apartment at odd hours one day she saw him carry two dogs and a cat into the apartment and didn't consciously notice at the time but she never heard or saw the animals again on another occasion richards neighbors complained to the building manager that richard was openly carrying a shotgun around the premises the landlord warned Richard to at least hold the weapon in a blanket when he had to carry it around and he obliged but even after this his bizarre behaviors continued to attract attention and in nineteen seventy seven it reached new heights that year the court ordered conservatives ship of Richard Chase expired neither of his parents took any action to renew it this marked a turning point for Richard Chase the legal rains that held Richard back were completely off he was free to do whatever he sired in what he desired was blind.
"trenton" Discussed on Serial Killers
"December twenty nine th one thousand nine hundred seventy seven a cold and quiet evening and Sacramento. old at American River College and began his first semester there in September of nineteen sixty eight to everyone's surprise he did all right in classes a few that way and he was expelled but unlike many dropouts Richard Chase did not move back in with his parents he relished the chance to live Stadium found Richard Chase casually sitting on the front lawn outside their house and ended up talking with him we don't know what their conversation entailed but by the end of it it democracy in stadium allowed Richard to move in with them and share their rent Richard's father gave him fifty dollars a month to put toward rent and he paid for the arrest with a series of odd jobs at first Richard seemed to be personable guy who gave no signs of being difficult roommate but demark in stadiums soon learned this was very far from the case free from any real obligations Richards eccentricities grew dramatic for recent that remained a mystery to his new roommates Richard became incredibly paranoid boarding up the door to his room and knocking down the wall in his closet to make a new entrance this way he said no one can sneak up on me his drug use persisted he was always stoned and was utterly in considerate of his roommates at one point two marquee witnessed Richard leaning out a window while waving a gun at someone walking by the House both of them agreed living with Richard any longer would be a nightmare they confronted Richard about his habits and told him he would have to move out Richard refused rather than argue to Marquis and stadium simply packed up and abandoned the property shortly after her departure Rachel stadiums brothers and some of their friends moved into the newly vacated House Day experienced the same problems with Richard that their sister had experienced before Richard was messy unkempt and constantly high he would frequently wander out of his room completely nude while the they had guests over but his irritating behaviour reached a fever pitch when he found out his new roommates had a rock band when they practiced their music he insisted on joining them they tried to talk him out of it but he ignored their obvious lack of interest banging on a Conga drum alongside them and winging poorly eventually Rachel stadiums brothers somehow achieved what she had been unable to do they got Richard Shade. it to pack his bags and leave sometime in late nineteen seventy-one Richard found himself living with his mother on Montclair st the relationship between his parents had reached a breaking point beer on the verge of separating criminally and having their eccentric antisocial twenty one year old moved back in with them didn't exactly help matters especially as his actions turned even more disturbing and eventually violent up next Richard Trenton chase grows too violent for his family to handle it's always good to be comfortable in your own shoes and one way to do that is with Kambas socks the most comfortable socks in the history of feet then got all kinds of unique comfort innovations like arch supports a seamless toe and pushes so whether you need athletic socks casual socks or dress socks Bomba's has you covered the even have women's youth and toddler socks now that fall has arrived I've been keeping my feet warm with their new Merino wool socks I love Hump reasonable they are plus they're not too thick and not at all itchy like a lot of other wool socks I've been wearing them every day and my feet always feel like they're wrapped in a cloud then because socks are the number one most requested clothing item in homeless shelters for every pair of socks purchased Baba's donates a pair to somebody in need in fact Baba's given away over twenty million pairs so far save twenty percent on your first purchase when you shop at Bomba's dot com slash killers that's bombos dot com slash killers to save twenty percent Baba's dot com slash killers the H. One's true crime docu series cartel all crew returns Monday October seventh while the past generation of narcos might be dead the cartel is still alive this season the crew is crossing into new territory. Don't miss the new season Monday October seventh at nine eight central on vh one no the story by the end of Nineteen seventy one twenty one year old Richard Trenton Chase had moved back.
"trenton" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Pie I'm Greg Colson this is serial killers of our cast original every Monday we dive into the minds and madness of serial killers with my co-host Vanessa. Richardson Hi everyone you can find episodes of serial killers and all other podcast originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to me casts to stream serial killers for free on spotify just open the APP and type serial killers in the search bar today we're beginning story of Richard Trenton Chase a deeply disturbed man who would eventually become known as the Vampire of Sacramento at Podcast were grateful for you our listeners he will allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at our cast and twitter at par cast Worth and if you enjoyed today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening it really does help on December Twenty Ninth Nineteen Seventy seven Ambrose Griffin was the victim of a random drive by shooting in Sacramento after a cooling off period rid of about a month the man who committed this shooting went on a rampage throughout the surrounding suburbs from January twenty third to January twenty seven Bentham Thousand Nine hundred seventy eight Richard Trenton Chase traveled from house to house shooting people drinking their blood and brutalizing their remains. over the course of a week he managed to kill five people before he was finally tracked down and apprehended by Sacramento County Police week we'll follow Richard's troubled adolescence and a turbulent home and delve into his multiple stints at mental health institutions for bizarre abberant savior next week will explore the horrific killing spree he initiated in January of Nineteen seventy eight which led to his capture by local detectives Dan his eventual fate while awaiting execution and the San Quentin Gas Chamber will also analyze richards grotesque fascination with drinking the blood pickton's Richard Trenton Chase was born on May twenty third nineteen fifty in Sacramento California starting when he was to his father also named Richard worked at McClellan air four or space as a computer specialist his mother Beatrice worked as a teacher for the first eight years of his life Richard lived an ordinary childhood he was a cub scout and played little league baseball in Nineteen fifty four his sister Pamela was born and his parents for the time being were happy together however this idyllic family life soon began to fracture by his own admission Richard Chase senior struggled with managing money he drank heavily frequently fought with his wife and disciplined his children harshly Beatrice left the disciplining of the children to her husband who later admitted to shaking them aggressively when they act it out on one occasion he forced his son when Richard Junior refused to eat but Richard Junior wasn't the only one on the receiving end of Richard Seniors Fury as Richard and his sister grew up the fights between the chase parents grew more constant and more passionate which greatly affected the psychological development of young Richard Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please note Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has been a lot of research for the show thanks Greg the friction in the chase household was coupled with a certain degree of neglect from Richard's parents later psychiatric evaluation labeled Beatrice as emotionally unable to concentrate on the task of socializing her son or to care for him in a loving way the supposed inability could've stemmed from emotional problems of her own but was likely not helped by the increasingly turbulent nature of her life to be clear Richard Senior was no better at socializing as child but apparently they're doctors didn't view parenting as men's work than therefore he wasn't blamed nevertheless the neglect and constant fighting isolated Richard and caused him to turn inward this was only exacerbated by the fact that the chase family moved houses multiple times throughout the nineteen fifty s according to court documents they lost their second home in nineteen sixty one to financial troubles caused in part by marital problems a two thousand sixteen study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine by Roger t Webb Karston be Peterson and Pearl L. H. Mock examined how moving frequently as a child affects a person later in life the study determined that in all areas including substance abuse psychiatric disorders and violent offending moving as a child increases the risk of later developing these behaviors sadly Richard would not prove to be the exception in fact he was an extremely strange child who grew into an isolated unruly teenager beatrice chase later recalled at the age of thirteen young Richard frequently made a mess of their kitchen in misguided attempts to cook but he didn't behave like a typical teenager learning a few recipes in her words he burnt pans and he would leave stuff all over the kitchen and big puddles on the floor he never picked up or cleaned anything now he was up stewing around and cooking burning stuff all night long and ought to be vexing we couldn't sleep my daughter and I in the house he turned the heat on and he'd turn it up so high open the windows let the heat out it and strip off lying on the couch in the living room although he still looked outwardly normal it was clear that Richard Trenton Chase was developed into a very abnormal person especially as the gulf between his parents widened Richard Seniors drinking heavily worsened and be Chris frequently accused him of infidelity by the time Richard was fourteen in May of nineteen sixty four the fighting had grown so constant the he could barely stand to be in his own home such was the richer to entered high school at the end of that summer he was described by those who knew him as a weapon groomed and fairly popular student those grades were frequently below average as a freshman his report card was mostly CS and ds but by his sophomore a year fs started to appear more frequently this should not be a huge surprise as nineteen sixty five was a particularly turbulent year for the chase family early in the year Richard Junior's mother took both him and Pamela out of the House and fled south to Los Angeles after eight days Richard Senior followed them there and took Richard Junior back beatrice however stayed in Los Angeles for four months before rejoining her family and Sacramento that same year fifteen year old Richard began a relationship with a girl a few years his junior she spoke about their relationship later understandably opting not to use her real name the ex girlfriend recalled that while Richard liked her was attracted to girls he found the sexual part of their relationship challenging throughout their year long relationship he was never able to maintain an erection is this limitation that caused her to end their relationship in nineteen sixty six erectile dysfunction as exceedingly uncommon among younger men study suggests that only five percent of men under the age of forty will experience it this can be caused by any number of influences from stress to depression two generalized anxiety we can only speculate which of these preyed on young Richard Chase but what we do know is that it a constant source of frustration and humiliation for him around this time possibly to cope with shame surrounding his sexual impotence or more or simply because he was a teenager in the nineteen sixties he started experimenting with drugs these included Marijuana LSD and occasionally the Empha- means he let his hair grow out and began to neglect his personal hygiene at the age of fifteen he had his first run in with police when he it busted for marijuana when confronted by his father. Richard denied any drug use contradicting the police report. This obvious lie only his father Angrier Richards casual attitude about drugs and increasingly inconsiderate attitude toward his family caused free in between him and his father the got into heated arguments about Richard's aimless approach to life as well as increasingly slovenly appearance but These arguments were hardly unique to the chase family most onlookers assumed Richard was just a directionless slob of teenager no one thought he was especially dangerous especially when at age eighteen he graduated from Mira Loma high school despite his poor work ethic and general lack of ambition he months later he saw a psychiatrist for his erectile problem unfortunately there was little to be done for Ed at the time so the condition remained a constant source of insecurity for Richard Throughout his life but all things considered it seemed like he was making an effort to get us life on track after his turbulent youth but then at the dawn of the Nineteen Seventies Richard Chases Strangeness Truly began to Manifest Richard stopped attending classes at American River College taking what he called a leave of absence from schoolwork the faculty did not see away from his family in February of Nineteen seventy-one too young residents of Sacramento Sid Evansdale Marquis and Rachel.
"trenton" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"X. W. Trenton W. K. X. W. H. T.. new Jersey's most listened to station in New Jersey one a one point five news starts. for. topping our report this hour a national day of mourning but also of acts of kindness and charity in remembrance of the victims eighteen years after the September eleventh attacks among nearly three thousand Americans lost on nine eleven over seven hundred were New Jersey residents governor Murphy and his wife were among the crowd at the nine eleven memorial in lower Manhattan this morning and this evening or such which and remembrance ceremonies in north Brunswick an old bridge for cantor fitzgerald with loss to six hundred fifty eight employees at the twin towers the firm donates one hundred percent of its revenue today to a relief fund attended a tentative settlement with oxycontin maker Purdue pharma over the toll of the nation's opioid crisis so far nearly half of the states involved in some two thousand local governments have agreed to terms of the reported settlement Arizona's Attorney General said the agreement reached today included more money from the family that owns Purdue than had been previously offered sources say that Connecticut based Purdue would pay up to twelve billion dollars over time and that the Sackler family would give up control of the company but that there is no admittance to wrongdoing in the settlement where you live in New Jersey can affect how prepared you may be for retirement according to a new analysis from smart assets residents in Mercer county are the best off in twenty nineteen. very well when it comes to the four oh one K. index portion of our study and in fairly well in the paycheck friendliness and acts as well Morris County comes in second monitor and third Cumberland County is dead last at twenty first authorities of rounded up five men accused of at least one murder in Asbury park in a separate daylight shooting incidents in the city this summer the men ranging in age from eighteen to twenty eight face a host of charges including weapons related offenses Monmouth County prosecutor Chris Hernici ani says quote the violence this summer on the streets of Asbury park and Neptune township cannot be tolerated law abiding citizens of these communities cannot be forced to live in fear of these gun toting criminals he also says among police among police actions they've seized thirty seven hand guns and one eighty forty seven replica rifle as part of the response to gun related activity more details about a tense standoff in Atlantic city a man driving a stolen vehicle with a suspended license asked an officer to shoot him while he was cornered it happened Sunday evening for forty four year old Atlantic city resident Michael bell when he was spotted driving a stolen van by a police officer after refusing to stop he put the van in reverse towards the officer's vehicle before jumping out the back and running off bill was eventually cornered by the officer and taken into custody the spotted lantern fly an invasive sap sucking insects that's made its way here to New Jersey should be laying more eggs in the coming weeks expanding its presence even further in the garden state the destructive pest has been spotted in each county is now or residents are urged to check their vehicles and equipment before traveling easily attach to cars or other materials that can be transported on the makeup off and start beating and can make annual population centers entomology professor annuals and says because lantern flies don't belong here there's no natural predator to keep the population in check really cool off again by week's end chief meteorologist dans eras complete forecast is coming up New Jersey fast traffic in one minute. main how can you afford gas for that big S. U. V. I pay less with gas and everyone else I.
"trenton" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"K. X. W. Trenton W. K. X. W. H. T. new Jersey's most listened to station New Jersey one a one point five news stories mark on Jan Robison's topping our report this hour a bit of nasty weather is making its presence felt in pockets of the state the severe thunderstorm warning for Morris County and parts of Hunterdon in Somerset expires at this hour a man's been charged with murder in the stabbing death of his co worker who was killed inside her apartment when she winter plans for home for lunch thirty year old Kenneth Saul of Lyndon walled faces several charges stemming from the June slain of twenty six year old Caroline Byington with the start of school coming up in a few weeks Jersey families are getting their kids vaccinated state epidemiologist doctor Tina tan says it's important to have high vaccination coverage because kids are going to be really close to each other and school settings you know vaccination is a really effective way to keep kids healthy last year more than ninety four percent of school children in Jersey meant immunization requirements the two point six percent have religious exemptions up slightly from the previous year the man killed in a crash on route eighty early this morning for the police stop on foot into the path of a tractor trailer according to the state attorney general's office Kevin Brian crews of black wrong York was stomp on the westbound side near exit forty eight that's when he ran on the highway in was hit by a tractor trailer Bruce was pronounced dead at the scene all two hundred and seventy Trenton police officers are now being equipped with newly advanced tourniquets include kids in each patrol car to help save lives lieutenant Peter were Miljenko says while researching different tourniquets to be used we had an officer who used his personally owns tourniquet to save a woman's life after she was struck by a car and most her leg once that happened a kind of lit a fire under everyone to get the program up and running believe kits which contain rubber gloves scissors to cut quoting tourniquets in Costa wounds were deployed in June were Miljenko continues to train officers on how to use them what can we expect this weekend from a nature the complete New Jersey one one point five forecast is coming up your Jersey fast traffic in one minute New Jersey one one point five is offering college and trade school students the chance to join our team you'll get a real life skills in all forms of media and marketing make important.
"trenton" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"I know a i used to touchy back from near covering the trenton thunder speaking of the thunder a player just got promoted from the thunder to aaa that everybody all yankee fans are obsessed with is a global tour as and i know the you actually had a really interesting piece that you did you sat down with trentin's hitting coach and dissect the tories his swing can you tell us about that will have you learn about kleiber tourists swing when you sat down with the printing thunder hitting coach well you know when when you look at greber swing to uh but you and i might give you computers really busy there's a lot of little others a big leg characters lot of moving up pop but when you break it down in slow motion with uh trump later or any hitting coach really what you see is a lot of his ability to hit predicated on balance and timing throughout all of his emotions and his like hit his head stays almost completely stable aggregate we're on a bike or something and it on the ball the entire crime and despite everything out able to get his foot down in time to get himself into a really strong hitting the vision and use the really big kick frame with a big strong forearm on him to generate a lot of power from a shorter body but in a short stick but he also got really good priming and really stable had and that allows him to above average of power now you mentioned the moving parts but the head that stays the state stable there is is there some concern with those moving parts the when he gets the big leagues that is there a concern that at some point that that's the kind of thing that will lead to some inconsistency or to some slumps i wouldn't be surprised early if a major league pitcher can find a whole or to with him a little bit but that's true with just about every young who comes up i mean erin judges a great example is a little different get erin charges but seven more all but they're coming up to the minor leagues.