17 Burst results for "William Joyce"
"william joyce" Discussed on WGN Radio
"In fact, the studios and transmitter were in the same location as of 1961 on the south side of town and one of the things that Todd did. He did The Secure am in Miami, too, but he did it. First Tacoma. Is he tried to automate it. And after this day when I was a Q AM I still had the walls of Mackenzie's left over from the automation, but they automated coma for a few years Now, of course, this didn't work out too well, but it was wonderful for wk. Why? I mean, just wonderful. So that didn't help very much either. But like I say, outside Oklahoma City, you talk to kids in New Mexico or Wyoming or wherever you know, even upper Minnesota and some man they talk about coma, but right in town, not so much. I have another interesting thought on that one there When I was in the in the military. I was spent time in Port Illo, Oklahoma and I thought, Oh, boy, I'll bear the Listen that during the time he gets come on the commune at night. Hell, I couldn't even pick it up there. Yeah, The weird. Yeah, exactly. That's that's not unusual. Sadly, but yeah, it was mine. Absolutely. Welcome one and with the military. I was in Germany, and they spent time there in the sixties late sixties, and we couldn't get no radio stations. There that was English in or are you not spot or But radio Luxembourg could listen to rock and roll music from there. Can you tell me a little bit about that? Radio radio Luxembourg was was great. They used to run chicken man. As far as that goes, I remember that. Yeah, that I remember that. Exactly. In fact, I got a letter once from from someone at radio Luxembourg when I was working with Charlie Tuna because they remembered hearing Charlie Tuna on a 40 s and they said, you know, Well, I know your associate with him, and I know you don't radio Luxembourg and I really love the chicken man serious. And so I sent the guy every episode of Chicken man and he lived in Luxembourg and he was the happiest human being alive. But radio Luxembourg Dates back to the thirties, and it was probably one of the earliest commercial stations because you know, a lot of foreign broadcasting is non commercial. But then they were. They were really trying for the UK and Ireland more than anything, and what they were doing was circumventing the British legislation that gave the BBC the monopoly just like you had the ships at sea that we're broadcasting as the pirate stations well to an extent, radio Luxembourg was a sanctioned pirate station because it's aiming right at the U. K. Which doesn't have commercial license. And of course, it was 1300 kilowatts. It was it was the medium wave was the AM band, and it had a lot of great Britain and Ireland audiences and they that was really their history. And that's what that's what got them on, But it dates back to the twenties. You know the formation of what itwas but in the thirties, it became commercial. And it was the English language service like you're talking about that really interested some some people and then you know, during the war 40 to 45. The government shut him down. To protect neutrality. And so the transmitter ultimate was taken over by invading German forces. And there was English propaganda and all that kind of stuff. William Joyce Lord, he hall was on and stuff like that. And then, after the war it came, came back with with somewhat of vengeance and did You know, in the fifties. Initially, they're still going right at you right at the UK and all that kind of stuff, And it was interesting. Everybody in radio who was a real radio fan knows. Ah, a guy from Hawaii Coast for a while He Woz, the highest earner in radio J. Q it properly Well, His real name was how Lewis and he was a musician, a failed musician who got off the ship in Hawaii and all that, but he was a big jock it k k g M B in Honolulu, but he Tried to buy mourning drive on one of the radio Luxembourg frequencies that they wouldn't let him But he did try because he understood the power that they had. And oh, they did. And they had their own stars and all that that kind of stuff, So I don't know what I could tell you about Radio Luxembourg that you don't know from hearing it. It was In the sixties, when you would have been listening. It was pretty much all English language and it was until radio Caroline, the pirate ship came on. It was probably the on Lee non sanctioned government radio that people in Great Britain. We're hearing Okay. Like I said, it just it was that was the only radio station that I could. We could get there where I was staging that that, you know he had English, you know, spoke English and it was a He played all rock and roll music, which was right up our alley. You know, young kids. Well, they had They had a few different frequencies to you see, so there's a lot more going on. But you know, there were a lot of guys. Tommy Vance was a jock there. Johnny Walker. I'm trying to think Who else pull Burnett. Those were some of the people in the sixties whose names I remember, but they did it. They did a lot of a lot of interesting, interesting stuff. And then later in the sixties, of course, they embraced the Beatles and the Beetle Hour and all that kind of stuff, and they had a lot of Lock programming like they had an evening show on Thursday. The number one's top of the pops and all that kind of stuff. So there was a lot of stuff like that. So chicken man, of course, was perfect. Okay, Well, I gotta thank you Hear your earth. Such a delight to listen to you. No radios nowadays is I don't know. It's kinda wish you watch it. You know, I really do appreciate your program. Thanks for calling very much for taking my question. I hope you will call again. Thank you. You're welcome. All right. So so, yeah, Radio Luxembourg was big, big stuff and again. So many stations were government. You know, countries had government radio on Lee that to be able to hear something that was somewhat independent and somewhat commercial. Yeah, Made all the difference. 8888765593 is 88 88 Rally on WGN radio. It's been 25 years since lawmakers passed comprehensive Internet regulations. But.
"william joyce" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
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"william joyce" Discussed on Power Corrupts
"After a bit of time on the run Lord Haha was finally detained he was eventually identified and he was identified by his voice not by what he looked. He said something to a soldier. He spoke French but even then they recognized the voice and so he was eventually brought to London and put on trial and he was put on trial for treason. This is Mova Overturn Leslie. Mitchell reporting William Joyce has been executed and to millions of Britain's that must have seemed obvious destiny once he'd been captured pictures. This picture shows him a exercise during his captivity before being brought to trial in London convicted as a traitor he touted his appeal. Even to the House of Lords. No Man could have had a fair hearing but in one with jail on January third. His life was his father so Lord Haw met his end. His drunken last broadcast was the final time that the British or Irish public would hear from him but before where we get the idea. That propaganda is a uniquely. Bad thing it's worth pointing out. The propaganda can be and has been used for good many many times in history in fact in World War Two the allies had set a propaganda radio stations of their own and they use them to great effect as they tried to undermine the Nazis and at the heart of that propaganda effort was something called radio one to one to Barron Beasley. A professor at the University of North. Florida is is one of the only people to have written about this propaganda operation and how it affected the outcome of World War Two. This radio station was a clandestine. Allied radio station operated operated during World War Two it purported to be an underground pro Germany station broadcasting the truth about the war. The Voice of the radio decision was Lieutenant Frank Begnaud and he was a former rheinlander who became a US citizen prior to the war and he had an accent which made this station Jason believable to the listeners. Begnaud was the perfect man for the job. He was a former theatrical producer. Actor so we had a sense of how to put on a good performance. It's and if you were a German living in the Rhineland you'd switch on your radio and hear a rhinelander accent you hear them talking about the latest updates on the war feeling you in on the details that weren't included in official state broadcasts. Everything was dressed up to make. It seem like an underground German station. which is a key difference with how Lord ha ha broadcast cast so to understand those differences we need to know about the three main categories of propaganda white gray and black why propaganda is openly propaganda? It's straightforward in other words. The people who are producing the propaganda say who they really are and the people listening or reading or watching know who they really are. There's no deception about the source. Great propaganda more dubious. It's information of questionable origin that has never sourced so you don't really know who is producing it but radio one. Two one two wasn't white or gray. It was a form of black propaganda and in black propaganda did our broadcasts by one side disguised as broadcast by another Germans listening to radio. One two one two had no clue who who is really behind it nor did they know that it was part of a larger strategy a potentially decisive effort to strike a major blow against the Nazis that was called operation. I Anne operation. Any was the brainchild of the office of war information which was comprised of the Office of Strategic Services Services and it was also organized with the British political warfare executive. The Operation Commander was Major. Patrick Dolan and he was a the. US Ad Copywriter by profession and then program director was brewster Morgan and he was a former. CBS Radio Director and producer. And then they worked twigged chief of Intelligence Alfred Tombs who was with the office of war information in the US. All of this was being run from a small house in Luxembourg House that once was occupied by the Nazi Gestapo. Officially they were engaged in research if anyone asked in order to make people listen though they needed to be considered sittard a reliable source of wartime information but they also got people hooked with the latest nineteen forties German pop music. Their programming would start off with a Asong a record that was common to the time in the area and then there would be a brief news roundup and the news from the eastern in in western France. More music more news from the Front air raid news home news about rationing availability of goods prices that sort of thing and then more music but what was perhaps. The most convincing were air-raid stories. The News Radio One two one two staff wanted to make their broadcasts about air raids. Believable they would have to know things that only locals would know so they tried to find a way to make it seem like they were locals whenever they bombed the city they would consult detailed maps of the city and then they would compare before and after aerial photos autozone the damaged areas so they could give detailed assessments of the damage and they were trying to gather as much specific information about those damaged areas. Is that when they were broadcasting about it. They could use the names of the buildings. The names of the people who lived in the houses their addresses that sort of thing to make it believable believable. But these guys were meticulous. They wouldn't just US reconnaissance planes to verify the damage. They also wanted to have really specific information about who got hit it and who didn't and that took some thinking outside the box and they would go in with armed troops and shoot their way into the post office. If they needed so that they could you get a phone book and undelivered mail so that they could get the information that they needed to make their broadcast sound believable. I know it's hard to believe. But American troops actually risked their lives in shootouts to reach the local post office. Some American soldiers likely died trying to get their hands on phone books but it was all for a strategic purpose to get what was considered a gold mine to create effective propaganda. After all if you could see an area that had been bombed from aerial photographs but you could also say that the barbershop owned by Harris or the bakery owned by Frau nurses had been hit. It gave an extra layer of believability to the broadcast. If you're listening would ever even occur to you that an American could no those things of course not the purpose was to build trust. Some of the broadcasts were amazing. Subtle for example at one point the radio host on radio one to one to Frank Begnaud spoke about the fact that the Nazi party he was requesting people to send in maps numbered three fifteen to three eighteen for urgent defense purposes for most people that was meaningless but for those in the know. Oh those specific maps showed territory. That was hundreds of miles inside the area controlled by the Nazis. It would make those people wonder was the war really going that badly was defeat. Imminent in another brilliant. Move the radio. jocks claimed that allied troops were dropping. Fake food rationing vouchers over German urban cities. which wasn't true? rhinelanders began to wonder whether they're vouchers. Were in fact american-made counterfeits. It caused a minor panic. People people flocked to try to trade in their potentially fake vouchers and as radio one to one to introduce these doubts in the minds of the Rhineland public. The station seemed even more authentic nick because it was giving the real news that the Nazi regime didn't want people to know and caused even more people to listen to it. So that was. It's strategic purpose but getting people to listen and to have doubts was really only a secondary priority. That wasn't the real reason. Why so much time? Effort and risk had been put into radio onto onto instead operation. Anne was about to begin about three months into its five months of operation. It became a tactical weapon with that means is it had a specific military purpose. What happened next was ingenious genius? Imagine that you're bankrobber. You've just robbed a bank. You switch on the radio and you hear the news. Presenter say that the police are on their way a steady stream of sirens friends and lights coming from the West down the interstate toward the bank. Those robbers would instantly make a beeline to the east. And that's what operation and he sought got to do to establish credibility so that when the final showdown came for the Rhineland the allies could feed information to the German troops about where the allied line was supposedly supposedly weak and direct all the Germans to go there to an area known as the star pocket. This is an area that was mountainous in data. That was bordered by the Rhine River. The idea was to convince German troops to move into an area where the allies would be waiting to lure the Nazis into a trap and when Anne's night finally came it was time to put a carefully rehearsed plan into action To create the impression of panic and a rapidly deteriorating situation regularly scheduled programing and music were interrupted every few minutes by frantic reports those who were speaking on the radio that night had practiced modulating their voices to sound nervous hurried and uneasy even the music that they chose chose was handpicked be unnerving rather than the normal comforting German tunes. And here's the amazing thing. The station didn't broadcast any outright lies. Is that night. They accurately labeled rumors as rumors but they floated them nonetheless and that's when the months of built up credibility helped by those as phone books and aerial photographs. Little details pepperdine really paid off and it was radio one to two job to convince these German troops troops that this is the area of the Rheinland that the troops needed to move into to avoid capture. Which of course was not true? Do the Germans believed the rumors and they took the Bait Hook Line and sinker for Anne. The Nazi soldiers were captured. The Propaganda.
"william joyce" Discussed on 1A
"Is, so gut wrenching because from the minute, you find out you're pregnant, it's like you have this little secret companion in you who's already in your mind to protect and keep safe. So it's like your child died when the twins were removed from me and I woke up from amnesty. I asked where they were because I wanted to continue to protect them, and it doesn't go away. Dawn tweeted have men called in or written about baby loss. Miscarriage I imagined fathers have feeling about this, too. As a matter of fact on. Yes, a listener in the south of father, sent this to our inbox. Acidy Anderson Gulfport, Mississippi. My wife miscarried on September twenty three. Two thousand fourteen we were living in Huntsville, Alabama. They had induce labor and we were there for about ten hours, every time she would get up and go from her hospital bed to the restroom. She left a little trail of blood, these little small dots on the floor. After she had the baby Jammie drive to our second home here in Gulfport Mississippi. And she never came back to Alabama, I rejoined her about months later. And we sorta just had to start all over new jobs, new careers, everything at night, when I close my I can sometimes see those arrested lights reflecting off that green tile floor and those little droplets of blood, I think about the baby everyday Cassidy, thank you so much for sharing your story with Joyce, could you chime in on Cassidy's common in terms of how pregnancy loss affects partners, my hat does that to them as well. It does affect because it's such an intimate thing. And I think especially in the situation like like his where the your partner is present as the miscarriage of the pregnancy losses occurring. Because it, it it allows you to understand each other, and what's what you were hoping for together and how the longing. It just it feels like the longing kind of falls out of the women's body along with the child and. Sometimes people are in different places. Writes the one person might have been more psyched about the pregnancy of the than the other partner or one person deals with grief differently than the other partner. So there can also be a lot of tension and disjunction around how people cope with it, but it does immense should be included in these conversations because it's a loss for them, too. And I think that helping them communicate with each other is one of the things that helps them kind of hobble through the group the grief together, Dr Perret you wanted to China? Did I think one of the, the, the things that resonated with that caller as well as what Joyce has said is that it's important for, for us all to understand that pregnancy and pregnancy laws doesn't occur in isolation or in a vacuum, we all live in community. We have folks that are around us. And so we can see whoever whomever that partner may be in relationship that it affects so many of. Us that are involved in that care for the person who's experiencing the miscarriage. And so being able to make those connections to people is really critical. Dr Williams one more aspect of pregnancy. I wanted to talk about. I know we're gonna get to policy in a second as it relates to abortion legislation. More people are getting pregnant overage thirty. Some doctors still consider a pregnancy past thirty five to be a geriatric pregnancy. How does age effect pregnancy outcomes? So. Geriatric pregnancy. I that would be term. We'd also want to avoid, I think over what's interesting today to are two factors that are going on with the pregnancy loss. One is the maternal factors that could be important in terms having a healthy pregnancy. And the other is the very real biology that as a women's over his age the eggs, inside them become more likely to have chromosomal abnormalities and those as Dr Perret had mentioned at the beginning of the program are the most common cause of sporadic pregnancy losses. So what you'll find as a woman ages, especially over age thirty five and then over age forty the chance at any particular egg has genetic abnormality increases significantly and thereby increases the rate of pregnancy loss, because they're crumley abnormal. The good thing about that is the chromosomal abnormal chromosomal abnormalities, a cause of pregnancy loss is something that is now much. More able to be treated and prevented by things like egg, freezing embryo freezing and genetic testing the embryos prior to transfer for women who go through IVF much more to discuss as we continue with doctors. Ev Williams Joyce, McFadden, Dr Jamila parent will answer some more of your medical.
"william joyce" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast
"That's cool. But join us at eleven thirty for the animators roundtable. This is gonna be awesome. This is the first time, Tom, and I are hosting this. It's probably gonna be a podcast too. So we're going to record it. So if you want to be part of the podcasts and in on the action come join us here, but we're gonna have check out this talentless here. Animators two d three d stop motion all talking about their profession. We have James Baxter. What James Baxter in the house? Bruce Smith, a loose miss is going to be there. Okay. Rachel lampton. She is one of the top stop motion animators at Leica will be there talking about stop motion. So and Michael good luck. Makarevych is Michael Makarevych will be there. Makarevych from Pixar is one of the star animators over Pixar animation talking about CG animation and Thomas are going to take it. Now, we're animators to from our past. So we're gonna talk about what it is to be an animator working in different mediums, but all having the same kind of elements of design and performance, and what it is to be an animator in today's were mostly features because it is mostly features. But we have past and present that are gonna be there with, you know, Bruce, and you and I and in of course, James, but all everybody's still in the industry. So they got plenty to say even sold tutti guys. I think it's beautiful. But I love like, you know, I know unite Tony we're gonna get geeky with the girl from like. Who don't know that very well? I'm super excited to meet her. In course, who doesn't want from a at Pixar animator. Right. Like, oh, maybe he'll have a couple of stories. Right, right. Yeah. That's a great Michael's going to be able to bring it and. Yeah, it's going to be a great panel. So please come join Tom as we bring the animators table for the first time, maybe something that we continue to do a series of every year at at at. I don't know. Join the fact that we're going to do this here extent. Maybe oh story artists roundtable, I love. Let's do it. The heads of stories from homes when we get down to like, like sound director or sound designers or editors roundtable. Things are going really open, Keith grip roundtable awesome can be key grips animation. That's alive exiting. Sorry. Boy roundtable. Yeah. No, but come joining us for the animators roundtable and see in general. So like I said, Tom, and I are going to be there got our booth. You can come by our booth. You can meet us take a little silly picture. We're ready to stick our tongues out or do a duck face. Why not we'll do you drawing make some money, but bring your wallets? This is what I say, Tom, exactly. And you know what? Of seeing Ray me this is just advertising. But you know, what else we do there? That's become real fun thing. And again, this is going to be. It's a tradition now. But we started it maybe two years. Yeah. It's two years ago is the Bancroft with the brothers podcast, bankrupt brothers animation podcast breakfast. I don't know. What was that was the trough bankrupt with the brothers breakfast with the Bancroft? That's what it is. And we do a podcast from CTE. And while we're eating breakfast. With some superstar animator artist concept, you know, whoever. And. William Joyce awesome. We had like William Joyce. And then who came up and join us Corey Loftus. William Joyce masters together is a haze 'cause you were sick you missed last year. But I was I was nasty. Yeah. That was an amazing one last year. I did hor-. Hey Guiterrez by myself. And he was amazing. It's one of our best pie casts. Yes. Need to awesome. Hayes awesome director book of life in other TV series and things like Tigray. So yeah. Anyway, we'll continue that those actually become some of our most popular podcasts when you look back at the numbers..
"william joyce" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"Yeah, and then that is like can't do theater stuff because it's so verbal. Yeah, and then get goes to film school goes, this bullshit fucked up my life. And then he realizes that on his first sight and sound thing, people are listening to for the first time in his life. Yeah, I was actually the first time that people listen to. He said, I did it because it was really. Easy and because people listen to me the first time I've been directing ever since it's crazy. You know, honestly think this his career is he's. Seems like this was as wild and ambitious. I think they're all him being. I think this is the path of least resistance. Yes, and I'm a good responsible person. This was my only choice that's the only choice about them is like his demography look at it. I think we've said this before is it feels like he's like a nineteen forty studio system guy where they're like, here's the new movie where signing you like it looks like the filmography guy who doesn't choose what films he makes because they're so very all over the place that's like Howard hawks. Now you gotta do screwball now you gotta do a western, you know, except it's very deliberate and it's just awesome between all these weird different modes. So number three. I wanted to be funny is one of the other best picture nominees. We already discussed Argo? Nope. Nope. Argos number ten. Civilized. Nope. Silver linings playbook is number nine. They're all in their Lincoln o Lincoln Lincoln what's it up to sixty two million in three week. It's gonna make rowing. Twenty million dollars. Another av Kaufman masterpiece by the cast papayas number five with only thirty million in it's opening weekend. Yeah, I mean, but thanksgiving's one of those where you can have multiple fan. Yeah, but number four also opening this weekend for that weekend. That was not that would not have given FOX confidence. They were gonna make a profit on this. Yeah, I don't know. Yeah. It's animated film number four. Own? Is it hotel transparent, correct, incorrect. What's incorrect. Is it record Ralph? Nope, that's number six. Is it a DreamWorks. Yes, it is a dream where you hesitated. So it wasn't an obvious dream. I barely remember the existence of this movie. I feel like you have some take where you're like, no, it's not bad. Oh, yet this is the best DreamWorks movie. The last ten years rise, the guardians, you think this is good FOX. It's an okay. Talk about an unfilmable concept. They can't show it's a movie about how lsa tear each other king legend of the guardian during Zack Snyder's. This is legend of the guardians. That's the garden. This is rises cleaning excuse is the guardians is the one where like Santa and like Hitler unite or whatever. Events of children's imagination. It's easier bunny, sin man fucking tooth, fairy secretion, Russian mafia, Santa Claus played by Alec Baldwin it fucking rules. Chris pine is Jack frost is very handsome boy, and they fight nightmares. Well, elegant movie based off a William Joyce story. Thirty two million dollars at the box office performing and it's a crime. It made three hundred million dollars worldwide shouldn't make three hundred billion dollars world line. That'd be a lot. I insist that everyone rent rise of the guardians. Now. You've also got a red dawn, the remake of red dawn exist. Never happened, really doesn't exist. That movie was made with China's the enemy rather than Russia. And then the Chinese box office grew so much that they digitally changed to North Korea. I didn't. If you know about having to go supposed to thanks for the call. No. Chal ancestor, worship, gosar, illegal in China. Imagine all those characters me like we're not your grandma got. They are afraid of goes mainland China take into people's mainland China. Jesus you to one of the premises in one of the most mediocre movie, okay, that's that's the box office. It did very well as you said, taken to know all the people he killed and taking one or mad at him all the henchman. All them were related one guy who's like he killed all of my nephews, all two hundred nephews. And now I gotta get my revenge. It's one of the most Dacians openings to a movie. He's fleecing through photos of his family and killed by Brian mills killed by Ryan mills..
"william joyce" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Interest loans second mortgages or drain their kids college funds to pay Patria, lots of the matter the same way the. Brothers had through one, of their good. Friends in, Worcester woman named Newby Melendez who's really close to Patria people dropped off envelopes of cash. For Patria at newbies house Frey hito purposely after in the dark about the. Meeting he figured she was in on the scam it almost another victim they're the party I said we. Were all victims of factory that there was no doubt about it at that point No-one should hand over any more money because it was a swindle he yo could yes our Qian astonished and, I want to know who would be willing. To pursue this Wednesday. To its final. Consequences they'll, make see everyone said they were when you say final consequences what did that mean okay Geico data she might carry out her threats to report, us to. Immigration and have us? Deported Sure it was dangerous to go after a. Corrupt immigration official but by that point the feeling, was so. What poetry had all their information she was probably going to get them deported anyway And so this is how days. Later and Walter landed and Christina office that meeting at. The. Park everyone decided for hito should find a lawyer to, talk to people started, calling him Don as a sign of their respects so. He and Walter went online to research law firms They chose Christina's because they saw that her boss was a. Retired immigration judge trusted that someone like him would know how to report Patria his name is William, Joyce, and, he did have a thought for Christina he was like. Why don't we call ice ice isn't a federal building right across the street from the firm in downtown Boston and that was like, the last thing I would. Have thought of because to me that was like oh yeah let's let's call is on these people. Who are undocumented he just showed up because they trusted when he said that was going through your head when he said. That I like low in I don't know about that I guess. My first thought was like, well what about the police right like local. Police say it, just didn't seem that there is, any possible way that going directly to ice the agency best known for arresting. Detaining and deporting undocumented immigrants would end well for Brita and Walter even if they got patriot fired, and, all, their money back when I have to deport them but. Then Christina's boss told her about a separate division with an ice that most people have never heard of homeland security investigations or HSI, ice has two big branches There's a side that does deportations and. Then there's this other branch HSI, which. Does other kinds of criminal. Investigations broadly having to do with. National security they go after human trafficking money. Laundering MS thirteen child pornography in anyone, messing, with the immigration system? Last? Year they were in, the news for helping capture the drug Lord El Chapo isci is actually the second largest investigative agency after the FBI with more than six thousand special agents anyway Christina's boss knew some, people at HSI and told her we don't give them any personal details now let me just. Reach out in HSI they got back to them said sure we'll send an agent over remember the right across the street I didn't know. Whether I could trust them I mean I logically it. Seemed like we should be able to but Sounds, like we were delivering.
"william joyce" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Than just him and his brother mess upland myself was surprised because I met people that. I'd never seen. Before Dawson the meal everyone was. Afraid we were all, a phrase memento and at that moment I felt a lot of contempt for, her for what she had done this One woman said. She lost eighty thousand dollars other people had taken out high interest loans second mortgages or. Drain their kids. College funds to pay Patria lots. Of the net her the same way the brothers had through one of their good friends in. Worcester Woman named, Newby Melendez who was really close to Patria people dropped off envelopes of cash for poetry. At newbies house for hito purposely capture in. The dark about the meeting he figured she, was in on the scam it almost another victim of the party I said we were all victims of. Factory that there was no doubt about it at that point No one should hand over any more money because it was a swindle your it yes our key and astonished and I. Want to know who would be willing to. Pursue this Wednesday to its final consequences. They'll make, you don't see everyone said they were when you say final consequences what does that mean Okay Geico she might carry out her threats to report us immigration and have us. Deported Sure it was dangerous to go after a corrupt immigration official but by that point the feeling, was. So what country had all their information is probably going to get deported anyway And so this is how days later and Walter landed and. Christina Karate's office at that meeting at the park everyone. Decided. For hito should find a lawyer to talk to people, started calling him Don, Prieto as a sign of their respects so he and Walter went online to research law firms They chose Christina's because they saw that her. Boss was retired immigration judge trusted that someone like him would know how to report Patria his name is William. Joyce and he did have a thought for Christina he was like why don't we call ice ice is in a federal building. Right across the street from the firm in downtown Boston And that was like the last thing I would have thought. Of because to me that was like oh yeah let's let's call. Is on these people who are undocumented you just showed up because they. Trusted the I, mean when he said that going through your head what he said that I like low I don't know about that I guess my first thought was. Like well what about the police right like local police I it just didn't seem that there was, any, possible, way that going directly to ice the agency best known. For arresting detaining and deporting undocumented immigrants wouldn't. Well for burrito and Walter even if they got patriot, fired and all their money back when. I have to deport them The fan Christina's boss told her about a separate division with an ice. That most people have never heard of homeland security investigations or HSI ice has two big branches There's, a side, that does deportations and then there's this other branch HSI which. Does kinds, of criminal investigations broadly having to do with national security they. Go after human trafficking money laundering MS thirteen child pornography in anyone messing with the immigration system last year they. Were, in the news for helping capture the drug Lord El Chapo HSI is actually the second largest investigative agency. After, the FBI with more than six thousand. Special agents anyway Christina's boss knew, some. People at HSI and told. Her we don't need to get. Them any personal details now let me just reach out and HSI they got back to them said sure we'll send an agent over remember the right across the street I didn't. Know whether I trust them I mean I logically it seemed like we should be able to but. We, were delivering them into their hands and. Then are you guys is there, any. Formal assurances they're getting from. Ice like anything get sign it. Was all verbal that's so nerve wracking Yeah.
"william joyce" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"So this is how days later. And Walter landed Christina office at that meeting at the. Park. Everyone decided to find a way to talk to people. Started calling him Don, DO as a sign of their respects so he and Walter went online to research law firms They chose Christina's because they saw that her boss was retired immigration judge. Trusted that someone like him would know how to report Patria his name is William Joyce and. He did have a thought for Christina he was like why don't we call ice ice is in a federal building. Right across the street from the firm in downtown Boston That was like the last. Thing I would have thought of because to me that was like oh. Yeah let's let's, call ice on these people who are undocumented you just showed up because they trusted I mean when he said that Going through. Your head when he said that I. Like low in I don't know about that I guess I guess my, first? Thought was like well what about the police local police right it just didn't seem that there was any possible way that going directly to ISIS the agency best known for arresting detaining, and deporting undocumented immigrants would end well for burrito and Walter even if they got patriot fired. And all their money back when ice have to deport them but then Christina's boss told her about a separate division with an ice that. Most people have never heard. Of homeland security investigations or HSI ice has two big branches there's the side that does deportations and then there's this other branch HSI which does other. Kinds of criminal investigations broadly, having to, do with national security they go after human trafficking money laundering. MS thirteen child pornography in anyone messing with the immigration system last. Year there in the news for helping capture the drug Lord El Chapo HSI is actually the second largest investigative. Agency after the FBI. With more than six thousand. Special agents Anyway, Christina's boss, knew some people at HSI and told her we don't need. To get them any personal details now let me just reach out. In HSI they got back to them said sure we'll send an agent over remember the right across the street I didn't. Know whether I could trust them I mean I logically, it seemed like we should be able to but Sounds, like we were delivering them into their hand and? Then are you guys? Is there any formal, assurances they're getting. From ISIS, does anything get signed it was all verbal so nerve, racking Yeah.
"william joyce" Discussed on This American Life
"Park. Everyone decided for hito find a lawyer to talk to people start calling him Don pre heater as a sign of the respects. So he and Walter went online to research law firms. They chose Christina's because they saw that her boss was retired immigration. Judge trusted that someone like him would know how to report Patria. His name is William Joyce and he did have a thought for Christina. He was like, why don't we call ISIS in a federal building right across the street from the firm in downtown Boston. That was like the last thing I would have thought of because to me that was like, oh, yeah, let's let's call is on these people who are undocumented just showed up because they trust him when he said that going through your head when he said that, I like, well, I don't know about that. I guess my I was like, well, what about the police? Right? Like local police, right? It just didn't seem that there is any possible way that going directly to ice the agency best known for arresting detaining and deporting undocumented immigrants would end while for Brahima in Walter, even if they got patriot fired and all their money back when I have to deport them. But then Christina's boss told her about a separate division with a nice that most people have never heard of homeland security investigations or HSI ice has two big branches. There's a side that does deportations and then there's this other branch HSI which does other kinds of criminal investigations broadly having to do with national security. They go after human trafficking. Money laundering. MS thirteen child pornography and anyone messing with the immigration system. Last year they were in the news for helping capture the drug Lord. El Chapo HSI is actually the second largest investigative agency after the FBI with more than six thousand special agents. Anyway, Christina's boss Newsom people at HSI and told her we don't need to give them any personal details. Now, let me just reach out in HSI. They got back to them said, sure. We'll send an agent over. Remember the right across the street. I didn't know whether I could trust them. I mean, I. Logically, it seemed like we should be able to, but it's almost like we were delivering them into their hands. And then are you guys, is there any formal or shirts as you're getting from ice? Like does anything get signed? It was all verbal. That's so nerve racking. Yeah. The agency promise that didn't care about anyone immigration status. They just wanted to get more information about patriots crime. Still the very idea of meeting with ice scared off most people from the park out of that group of forty only five or six other people. So they'd show up with Walter and Preto. The brothers were terrified to Walter overstate is visa and burrito had a deportation order, their wives decide to skip it. So Walter in the others should early for the meeting. They weeding around giant conference from table, swiveling nervously and leather chairs on wheels, and then an agent from HSI walked in and introduced himself a scruffy guy, t shirt and jeans, special agent, Robert rice. I'm an agent with document benefits fraud. Task fullish agent rice told me he agreed to the meeting with the lowest possible expectations normally did a lot of financial crimes identity fraud, complex schemes where people were forging documents and line to the government. He never done a case like this and when he strolled in, he didn't actually expect to find people there of never seen anything like it. These were for the most part undocumented aliens. They don't come run into law enforcement, especially homeland security investigations. So this was completely and I've been doing this twenty one years now. So I was so curious one to see who are these people what they have to say, what are you doing to put people at ease? I began my career, the border patrol agent in Douglas Arizona. So I know I think I know what was going through the head heads fedora frayed of me. I wanna do right off the bat. I wanted to and soon some pretty bad Spanish..
"william joyce" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Word through other undocumented immigrants in town that anyone who had been in touch with Patria, should meet him at a public park And there were about, forty people who showed up to this meeting in part, this was the moment he realized her, scam was much bigger than just him and his brother missile by myself was because I met people that I'd never seen before Dostam neom meal Among meal everyone was afraid we were all afraid memento and at that moment I felt a lot of. Contempt for her for what she had done this little carry, eight one woman said she lost eighty thousand dollars other people had taken out high interest loans second mortgages or drain their kids, college funds to pay Patria lots of the. Net her the same way the brothers had. Through one of their good friends in Worcester a, woman named Newby Melendez who's really close to Patria people dropped off envelopes of cash for. Patriot at newbies house preheat oh purposely kept in the dark about the meeting. He figured she was in on the scam it almost another victim of the partly I said we were all victims of factory that there was no doubt about it at that point And that no one should hand over any more money because it was a swindle, he it ESO keen astonished splits and I. Want to know who would be willing to. Suspend the pursue this winter to its final consequences, those automation on everyone said they were when you say final consequences what does that mean Geico data she might carry out her threats to report, us immigration, and have us deported Sure it was dangerous to go after a corrupt. Immigration official but by that point the feeling was so, what Hungary. Had all their information she was probably going to get them to ported anyway And so this is how. Days later and Walter landed and Christina Karachi's office at. That meeting at the park everyone decided to find a lawyer to. Talk to people started calling him Don as a sign of their. Respects so he and Walter went online to research law firms they chose. Christina's because they, saw that her boss was retired immigration judge trusted that someone like him would know how to report Patria his name. Is. William Joyce and he did have a thought for Christina, he was like why, don't we call is is is in a federal building. Right across the street from the firm in downtown Boston And that was like the last thing I would have thought of because. To me that was like oh yeah let's let's call ice on these people who are undocumented you just showed. Up because they trust when he said that was going through your head what he said that I like well. I don't know about that I guess my first thought. Was like well what about the police right like local police it. Just didn't seem that there was any possible way that going directly. To ice the agency best known for arresting detaining and deporting undocumented immigrants. Would end well, for burrito and Walter even if they got patriot fired and all their money back when ice have to deport them The fan Christina's. Boss, told her about a separate division with. An ice that most people have, never. Heard of homeland security investigations or HSI ice has two big. Branches there's the side that does deportations and then there's this other branch HSI which does other kinds, of, criminal, investigations broadly having to do with national security they go. After human trafficking money laundering MS thirteen child pornography in anyone messing with the immigration system. Last year there in the news, for, helping capture the drug Lord. El Chapo HSI is actually the second, largest, investigative agency after the? FBI? With more than. Six thousand special agents anyway Christina's boss knew some people at HSI and told her we don't need to get them any personal details now let me just reach out and HSI they, got back to them said sure we'll send an agent over remember the right across the street I didn't. Know whether I could trust them I mean I Logically it seemed like we should. Be able to, but Like we were, delivering them into their hand and then are you guys is there any? Formal assurances they're getting from is like anything get sign it was all that so nerve, racking Yeah.
"william joyce" Discussed on Little Atoms
"Lots are safe untested who he cleaved the page for me it was also trying to make book that would be con put it down it's a rip roaring yawn as well as a strange sleight of our history and it comes because really himself was sort of friendly with mexico nights volt in the secret services and i believe it was he introduced much much william joyce at one of his soirees he was very good at throwing as and he was very good at joining clubs and they had a law friends and all different areas and i talked to his archivist child's back all heads correspondence with people like really mad and as to crazily monte summer and he said to me that would not have made anything he would try and find out like jan he said it's quite some of what you've done he would try to as much of the truth as he possibly kicked my acuras forceful so he would if he needed to know what went on black magic sermon alyssa crowly rent fatiha napoleon friendy with them so how did you it's i don't know he told me to i'm jane unsworth you're listening to residents fm and this is little atoms a radio show about ideas and culture while i was going to ask you about research and obviously you've talked about the witch brea helen highly whole those places and you visit those places today and they will be very similar to what they were this time and what they were in the in this every team century but vividly we create wartime birmingham as well.
"william joyce" Discussed on Little Atoms
"Ago that was when some it was in the independent he made thing could she the woman in the witch home because she had been working in birmingham and she was known to be an actress and singer and and he apparently do mittens action and us as a novelist this is a gift of stories just to say that's our shoot angle of the many theories about who bella could have been that was particularly engaging and enthralling and the one of the of the lightly fictionalized characters i wanted to talk about is one of spillers maine's antagonists deve who is potentially part of this spiring escapes to germany and starts broadcasting propaganda messages back and so basically we took it about william joyce and he was recruited by maxwell noise and in pulitzer's putin pool it's really helped me with my research on the russian teams he found enough evidence to actually say that makes nine told william joyce that he was about to get busted and enabled him to leave the country which is a very strange thing and the so much stuff out there in the weird para lena festive net and people saying william joyce why was he killed he wasn't infant english irish say tv tray everything was ranged against him and he was some people still say that he will it was because he thought he still was working m i five all alone and he wasn't a tray whatever the he did he did work he's in hand up gang show at all.
"william joyce" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"By the way 95 weighing insists my goodness neither of you know jack about what you're talking about regarding jockeys or caddies united imagery ratio desert ninth is is i think i know a little something about jockeys abbott caddies not as much and that much that's where i come in that's where you commando w played a lotta rounds of golf wanna have selfesteem you don't carry guys bag and yet she's got a even seeing the word is not rag in that's sometimes if you don't hear these getting a lot of these top caddies on the pga tour making threeforeigner grand a year so you're you're you're playing a picture of futility of cocaine dealers may million illegal that's a legal doesn't it i believe it or not holding the bag for for us sergio garcia not against the law dealing kokala about your bentley against the law a search here sergio ludwig says if you're gonna i woke up in a bad mood eugene shut up and carry the bad i'm in a bad move all right and then you may stop ifp of evade check your balancing korean live with it and that is this man said right there cocaine enters the system and you can be standing right now and a group of fourteen people at an office in milpitas singing happy birthday somebody you can't stand are being a jockey jackie is not what we're saying well governor they give you do have to say we weren't there the said office barred its we're going to bring it days off the ball or is staggered to it or to to keep going all these years on these words william joyce jaein all the arab everywhere.
"william joyce" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"About historical things yeah and a a great detail in he his book about the i've just got done reading the about the johnstown flood yeah and i also enjoyed his book about the the brooklyn bridge is build over a hundred years ago you don't still up there working day working hard every day rape bridge yeah and a lot of crazy things happened during the construction of it yeah because they had to go so deep with the the the pilings that guy's died the guys get the benz down there and died pretty pretty crazy stuff etiquette pumping water out in own the case signs of they put whatever just read if if you're like bridges you're gonna like this book in nineteen forty six william joyce the pronazi radio propagandists known as lord haha oh whose head at midnight sir with was hanged it was worth prison in london for high treason but that is a lesson to everybody else zero this they be cool big cool everbody fired twelve policies on this date nineteen 77 apple computer was incorporated in cupertino california steve jobs steve wozniak in mike but kula junior who really ended up on the short end in here the coolum made some bad choices yeah debayle early internal yep yep happy birthday to undertake by twelve grand get out of here good organisational hockey hall of famer bobby hull seventy nine today rock musician john paul jones zeppelin seventy two and steve sales is seventy three good could be again two gene and in the day the decision in the beginning it seems too seized well you yes the me mm.
"william joyce" Discussed on The Incomparable
"A broglie poli oli i believe it was the duty is who is hebron also at robots the film well right which it does resemble in some respects william joyce i love his his books i love his design work and this yeah i i i see both sides i i like manam is approval of montes pick i like the movie i don't love the movie but i really like the movie and i will say i cannot get that they might be drains version of there's a great big beautiful terror out of my head that it's like one of my top tim era and you shouldn't it will it looks like getting masterpiece coming after chicken little i will say that fourth that yes the thing about meet the robinson's which is the reason that i am let's take it is like it's so weird like you were talking to it's weird stuff going on this one senior particular where there's a dinosaur and they've like somehow like mind control the dies i remember exactly what's going on but there's the line is i have a big head in little iron old to something and this movie came out when i was ten years old and we went wild for that line is home because this we we just love down line in particular i quote to this day with no contacts blake whenever anything about a t rex is relevant we will still quote that i don't know that line in particular is just stuck in our cultural consciousness all right anita robinson's has been picked somewhat out of spite but also just out of our bryan and love and love that's good it's good brian it's your turn much like monte something that monti said makes me needs to pick this movie because i am going to make the deal with weird octopus woman the first movie i ever saw in a theater when i was a little cared little eddie brian was the little mermaid and 89 earth nickel film boys this movie this movie means.
"william joyce" Discussed on Freakonomics
"Social conservatives tend to point to the breakdown of old school social norms social liberals site less access to contraception although that has improved a lot and especially the lack of economic opportunity that his men without good jobs aren't eager to marry or from the other end of the cohesion they are considered good husband material in melissa carney's world this is called the marriageable men theory said that based on this idea that's been around since william joyce wilson's really seminal work in the 1980s arguing that as decline in the economic security of less educated man annan certain populations or demographic rips in particular is behind this rise in nonmarital childbearing in retreat from marriage a woman who live at the most she could find a guy who's got a decent steady inco but those guys have been disappearing because the the industrial jobs that used to have are no longer there injured sherwin again the people the middle that hurts the most by the changes our economy it's the factory jobs the used to employ people with high school degrees that have moved overseas rabbin automated so that's the theory that the unmarried birth spike is due at least in large part to a shrinking pool of men with good stable employment and so and so sort of hypothesizing the reverse i've been keen to find a situation where we've seen an improvement in less educated man's economic situation makes sense right if only melissa kurdi could find a scenario like that where lesage kitted men suddenly had a job and wage boost and the fracking them and constitutes the rare context where let men without a college degree have seen an improvement in their employment and earnings prospects in recent years so that gave us a place to look at how family formation outcomes responded and i'm just curious as a researcher do you get really excited when you see you know in the news something like the fracking boom because you know it will provide some great variables some shocks to the system that you'll then exploit to answer some research questions.