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"william matthews" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:45 min | 2 months ago

"william matthews" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

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"william matthews" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

03:42 min | 9 months ago

"william matthews" Discussed on American Scandal

"Of ellsberg sacrifices will have been for nothing. It's April 10th, 1973 in a courtroom in Los Angeles. Daniel ellsberg rises from his seat at the defense table. He smooths out his gray suit jacket and then begins making his way to the front of the courtroom, aware of the hundreds of spectators scrutinizing his every move. Ellsberg approaches the witness stand and exhales. This is the moment he's been waiting for. The one moment that could define his legacy and make or break his case. After the short delay, ellsberg's federal trial is now underway. He's facing charges of espionage, conspiracy and theft of government property. They're all felony offenses. But alberg hasn't deny conspiring to steal The Pentagon study. And so throughout the trial, there hasn't been much for the lawyers to argue about. Instead, the courtroom has been a parade of government and legal experts taking the stand, debating whether ellsberg betrayed his nation, or whether he's a hero who should go free. But so far, none of the courtroom experts have explained why ellsberg chose to steal and leak The Pentagon study. Only ellsberg knows that. And after months of waiting, he's eager to finally explain his actions in front of the court. Ellsworth takes a seat in the witness stand, and turns to the jury box. Seated there are ten women and two men with unreadable expressions on their faces. Then one of ellsberg's lawyers approaches and begins his questioning. Leonard boudin asks ellsberg to describe the events that brought him to this point. Answering ellsberg tells the court how at age 23 he joined the marines and became a platoon leader. After that, he took a job at the Rand corporation as an analyst and helped the military craft its policy around Vietnam. Ellsberg goes on that it was during this period that he went to Vietnam himself and saw the war up close. Ellsberg starts describing his observations about Vietnam when suddenly he's interrupted. Judge William Matthew burn junior is seated to the right of ellsberg and his brows are furrowed in frustration. He orders ellsberg to speak up. Ellsberg is startled out of his memories. He wasn't aware that he was speaking too quietly. So he sits up and begins speaking louder, more forcefully. He tells the court that in Vietnam, he began to see the war for what it really was. Brutal, destructive, pointless. It could never be justified as a fight against communism. And that's why ellsberg stole and leaked The Pentagon papers. His goal was to end the Vietnam War. To expose the government's lies. To put an end to senseless deaths of Americans in Vietnamese alike. Ellsberg stops his breath labored. He could go on, telling the jury about all the horrors he witnessed in Vietnam. The homes and villages eaten up by fire. The destruction, the bodies, and so many of them. But ellsberg is exhausted. He said everything he needs to say. He explained why his choices were moral and principled. But he doesn't feel optimistic, not in this moment. Ellsberg has been fighting and fighting and fighting, but nothing seems to change. Nixon won reelection in a landslide. The president has dramatically increased the bombing of the North Vietnamese, and it doesn't seem like anyone can do anything about it. Ellsberg gets up from the witness stand and returns to a seat, running a hand through his curly brown hair. Somehow he has to stay strong. Even if it seems like.

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"william matthews" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"william matthews" Discussed on American Scandal

"Two years later, William mulholland steps into a meeting in his office in downtown Los Angeles. Sitting at the table is city attorney William Matthews. Matthews helped with the paperwork when the construction began on the aqueduct, and he's been loyal to mulholland. But today, while Holland is going to see just how far this loyalty really goes. Taking a seat mulholland begins explaining why he called the meeting. The Los Angeles aqueduct is still under siege. The ranchers and farmers of in yo county haven't let up. Mulholland explains that just last night there was an explosion that tore a hole in the aqueduct, a 150 feet wide. A month before that, another blast went off at a siphon, and before that, dynamite charges destroyed 450 feet of the aqueduct near big pine creek, countless dollars and millions of gallons of water have been wasted. It's time for the city of Los Angeles to put an end to this madness. Matthews, the city attorney has worked with mulholland for a long time, and he chooses his next words carefully. He reminds mulholland that these attacks aren't without cause. Los Angeles promised to pay in yo county $8 million for the loss of their river. But the city never followed through. Mulholland frowns. He knows it's true and some days he wishes they had given the water since their big payout. Maybe that would have stopped all these attacks. But the truth is, the city never intended to make good on that deal. It was a bluff, only to buy more time. Mulholland tells the attorney that is true, the city did renege on its promise. But the people in in your county are acting like terrorists. It would set a terrible precedent if the city method demands. And while those residents may be angry, the bombings have to stop. Mulholland turns and looks out the window at the bustling city streets. He tells Matthews that he took a decisive step. That morning, he dispatched city detectives on a northbound train, sending them up to the area where the aqueduct begins. Their armed with rifles and machine guns. And while their mere presence could deter any future attacks, his men need to be able to take action. While Holland turns from the window and says he needs a favor. He wants the attorney to authorize a shoot to kill order along the aqueduct. If the detective see anything illegal, any signs of people trying to sabotage the water supply, they need the legal authority to start shooting. It's the only way they can prevent more of these attacks. The city attorney is stunned. Finally, he tells mulholland that this is a ridiculous request. They can't allow law enforcement to conduct executions. Mulholland says it's simply the lesser of two evils. If Los Angeles loses its war, the city will erupt in chaos, people will die, many more than if they just take care of a few lawless criminals out in the desert. Matthew shoots up from his chair, saying that the plan is crazy. This isn't how law works. You can't make murder legal, even if it's politically expedient. A city attorney heads for the door, but from mulholland, this discussion isn't over. He tells Matthews to stop. Mulholland reminds Matthews that even though he's a longtime employee of Los Angeles, he might have forgotten the ways of city politics, who's up, who's down, and how you hold onto a job in the city. Stepping closer to Matthews, mulholland reminds the attorney that he's the head of the water department. In a city where water is everything. He has a lot of friends on the city council. So if Matthews enjoys his job, he might want to reconsider his opinion. Matthew silently fumes at the threat, but finally he nods. He says he'll see what he can do. He just hopes that this fight will end sometime soon, and before anyone can test a shoot to kill order. Once Matthews has walked away, while Holland returned to the window, looking out at downtown. Of course, this fight will end. The city just needs to start defending itself. But mulholland didn't tell Matthews about his other plan. The ace of his sleeve. He's been secretly auditing the records of the watersons, the brothers who own the bank up in bishop. And mulholland might have found something that stronger than fire power..

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"william matthews" Discussed on 2 Girls 1 Podcast

2 Girls 1 Podcast

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"william matthews" Discussed on 2 Girls 1 Podcast

"Are also having to work while you don't work. Was it so fun though. Also because it was because it was recognized as a federal holiday for the first time and coincided with l. a. reopening. Was it just like wild. Oh yeah it was. It was so beautiful. Because i'm very small a hate crowds because i'm small and he's been to me view max all the i mean if i'm lucky if it's a tall crowds like a lot of butts road close to my manhattan but it was just so nice because everybody like we were kind of like close together but people were like moving in and now if somebody bumped into you turn around and literally get hugged. It was a grantable j. You get any did numbers. No but i feel. I met a lot of beautiful women who were wearing the awesome close. Which i guess is what you do in your thirties. You just feel very confident. Complementing people's clothes in straight up being like where did you get that. And how can i get one. I've been doing that forever as long as it's a onesie it's true it's true. What did you do now that the world reopened. Did you do anything fun. Did you buy lunch for a black person. When i bought you dinner last week. So don't celebrate her white ass. I was listening to her. Stand up and give back for two other white ladies. I appreciate it and it was a delicious salad hill now. I was really excited to go bar hopping because the world's open and then i went to bars and remembered. I don't like bars. And i did the same thing like three weeks ago. I was like oh my god. People aren't going to bars outside bars. Like let's do this and then i went. Oh i don't like bars. Like why am i doing the i i started drinking. I didn't drink for like two years because my insomnia and i started drinking again my sleep gut kind of weird so i i stopped drinking. I just people standing around you know me. I like going a weird events. I like going galleries and openings and hikes and weird shit anyway so so. that's it. i remembered that. I don't like bars but something else i don't like is trivia and it's time how's that transition. Did you guys done good news. No trivia today. We got a lot to cover. Oh fuck yeah. It's a good okay. Hey hey now that we found out that the world is reopening. It's time for us to take a break. There are some beings who are so fabulous no matter what form shape cisgender color. Whatever they are. That's everyone really. But especially chris. Harrison jerry duran jessica fox. Melissa eliot james dole. Cher debra dubar pants. Kathy phillips william matthews scott. Wesley cordell these folks contributed to our patriot at the ten dollar more level patriot dot com slash. Two g. one pay. Check it out join them. Thank you you've been staying six feet apart. But sometimes it's hard to stay six feet apart because things are getting a little sexual. And that's when you need a mask for your weiner skin is the number one non latex condom brand in the world but it's just as good as latex in preventing sti's and pregnancy. Unless you're jen because she's already pregnant. That is true even better non. Latex feels great that skin s. k. y. n. shop skin condoms on amazon dot com. Wear a mask on your face. And your weiner thanks to skin for supporting two girls. One fuck-ass real post in final urgent alert in west hollywood from the internet leaning neighborhood. Watch program snore. Courtesy of best up next door. Urgent alert warning. All the avocados at whole foods are rock. I'm asleep big problem. Sometimes they're rock hard and then you leave him out then boom. They're all soft. There's only there's only a forty three minute period. Where avocados are avocado him. You gotta make g- walk during those forty three minutes. Screw a catastrophe of rock ellipse there. You go Though don't you did the best one eight. I know me too me up. She says she she lifted up the ball and time to pivot. And pretend that never happens. Also because our interviewee is here. We are so excited to be covering other kin today and we are just as excited to have anna valluns with us. She is a reporter at the daily dot and she specializes in identities. And this just in. She is now the managing editor at. We got this covered. Congratulations thank you. Elliott's great severe here. And i'm really excited to chat about this. It's a bit of a personal passion of mine reporting about other kin and all these identities that are very online focus. Let's start there. Why is it your passion what happened. Oh that's a good question very personal. Start not just about identities. I've read about a lot of marginalized identities. I'm a transgender woman. I'm a sex worker. I'm a lesbian. And a lot of my experience with all those identities started on the internet and started on internet spaces everything from lake. Tumbler to four chan. Read it to twitter. And he's are spaces. Where especially on tumbler. People were really allowed to experiment with the way they express themselves in the way they showed who they were as people. And so for me tumbler. In particular was really formative to my idea of figuring out gender figuring out my sexuality and i was exposed to also a lot of identities that were very much different from anything. I had ever considered that. You could be as a person obviously at the start. That was like the idea of transitioning genders right but also as exposed to things like ferries. And i was exposed to things like they can't community and i was also exposed to the other can community to and from the start that really fascinated me because the internet was really a space where i realized people could shrug off a lot of the sociocultural rules and boundaries. That prevented them from really asking. What does it mean to be human. What does it mean to be me. What does it mean to feel like. I have an identity that no one really understands. So it's really really hit home for me for the longest time. Amazing you were just speaking about other ways of being other. I guess and how you're in a lot of communities that are other d-. I'm wondering how some of these communities view other kin or if they even know about.

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"william matthews" Discussed on 2 Girls 1 Podcast

2 Girls 1 Podcast

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"william matthews" Discussed on 2 Girls 1 Podcast

"Neem town. Seems off love it. So i was kind of inspired by allie eve. Knox a former guest of ours. I saw her on the tv show sex for sale. And i was like this is hilarious. Amazing like it felt kind of feminist jimmy because her take like if people want to pay me to make videos i'm gonna make i don't know is amazing. I'm only need down. And so i bought a bunch of knockoffs dollar store. Hojo's and chris said they're they're both art directors. They like set it up. And i was at their house and then i rolled around some hojo's with my feet and then i stepped on them and let the insides squish out and it was like i would say not the most fun i've ever had but it was a fair. I laughed until i cried. And upload it yet because there's actually like a lot of security stuff and i keep failing. I mean to be honest. I haven't tried that hard. But now that i'm announcing on the podcast. I guess i'll have to make sure that. I get uploaded this week. I haven't going to charge a dollar and just see what happens. I would love to step on cakes. Just wanna smash cake with my feet and if someone wants to jerk often adam pay me a dollar. That's a great story you know. I'm happy for them as well. I'm i'm also very concerned about the listener. Who was like. What is the fucking. Enter to that review. What is charging way too low. I think if you just throw it away for a dollar people are going to like a stupid but if you charge fifteen some premium hose but just for the first one. Just not only that a thirty second clip for free attic. Raise your price. Yes clip dollar. Just just just testing the waters. Just testing maters. You know what i mean. 'cause apparently onlyfans takes a wad of work and let's be honest. This isn't actually what i want to do for my career. It's kind of for funsies Dollar see what happens. You know what. I mean if i make honestly fifteen bucks lauren and i are gonna make some more videos of been on. I don't know maybe doritos will be next. Any food really is no also. Because i need to have your cake and feed it to me. How much are you giving to learn. And chris honestly had so much fun to hang this you know. I think we'll we'll see what happens. If the money starts rolling in thinking it would be great to put that money towards a shenanigans fund and then. It's like whenever me. Chris and lorin wanna do something crazy. That day we go to the foot fund. I love it. that's beautiful anyway. Did i win. The trivia with a ninety alley goes with be three hundred and sixty thousand a year. We will find out if that is the correct answer after this commercial break as always a very special sexy thanks to those of you who support our patriot. The ten dollars or more level that's patriot dot com slash two g one p. Thank you so much chris harrison. Thank you jerry. Duran jessica fox. Melissa eliot james dosier deborah dubar tenths. Kathy phillips william matthews scott. Wesley cordell thank you. So much and youtube can hear these melodious voices. Say your name on air if you visit patriot dot com slash two g one p. You've been staying six feet apart. But sometimes it's hard to stay six feet apart because things are getting a little sexual. And that's when you need a mask for your weiner skin is the number one non that latex condom brand in the world but it's just as good as latex in preventing sti's and pregnancy. Unless you're jen because she's already pregnant. That is true even better non. Latex feels great but skin s k y n shop skin condoms on amazon dot com. Wear a mask on your face and your weiner thanks to skin for supporting to one buck out all right. What's the answer man. all right. Was it a nine hundred thousand per year. That was lindsay's pick be three hundred and sixty thousand per year. This is doing nothing. Just letting the video accumulate views that was alleys or zero. The correct answer is b. Three hundred six thousand per year allegation rights that not only did the sex tape accelerate the rise of the kardashian empire but it constantly feeds off of news of the celebrity so whenever kim gets married or divorce or she appears magazines or she gets robbed at gunpoint. The the video views spike more money Also i will note. That ray j makes this is i. Think a lot of this is speculation based on the legal outcomes of the of ownership rights or the licensing but ray j also makes the same amount of money so soon both make this money. Three hundred sixty. If i had gas. I would say kim probably makes more. But but that's that is the baseline of what would they both make. But based on information that is known it's extra passive income on rage as part. He doesn't even have to. That's amazing. I just knew what had to be something. That was really frustratingly high that she could actually just sit back and make enough money from that till she dies totally while speaking sexy stuff. I'm super excited for our guest. Our first episode with jen the very first episode ever of two girls podcast was about ferries. And i'm so excited that we're going to dive back into the furry wormhole with liz's first episode so i'd like to introduce our guest matt bow. He is a seattle based writer. Podcast and video maker welcome. Hi thanks so much for having me. I'm excited for the wormhole too. So as we know the internet is for porn but it seems that ferries taken things to a new level how is the furry community acting interacting online and particularly in vr. okay. I'm so excited to talk about this. I've written about for pretty extensively at a number of different places but one of my gigs. Is it writing for the stranger Which is our weekly newspaper here in seattle. And i've kind of taken on the furry beat In the last few years ferry beats just take a moment the very much very much you know. It's it's a very job. Somebody's gotta do it with other phantoms up to been writing about cons. And i don't know like whatever's happening in in the phantom that's fun and interesting and cooking weird. I usually write about like pop culture stuff so recently actually right after the election. I'm sure deal recall the incident with the four seasons total landscaping. Of course we do. You know when you book something. You never know what you're going to get. But if the trump administration is booking something.

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"william matthews" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"william matthews" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"Now we keep hearing all of you never trumpers especially you catholic quote catholic close quote never trumpers out there keep haranguing people like me go. What did he ever do. What trauma everywhere so glad. He's gone he shouldn't be part of any future. Discussion about republican party about conservatives are conservative because he did not gain anything. Well then why does not cpa losy and chuck schumer and every demon grant that you can name off the top of your head despise and hate him and sit and shiver and fear of this guy. Censure him to say can't office show this is what does that say to you. Okay that says that shame. Champagne is going down like the hindenburg. Oh going down. in flames. Flames is going to explode. So they know they're not going to get rid of and with impeachment so what's the next thing we weaken since him and he can't hold any of our offices. Isn't it like saying that one of us can't hold one of their offices by the by. How did he get to become their office. Held these people think they are. Why i wanna go to briggs. And i matt to to come on. Today it's william matthew break matt can make it. He assures me as king dude i. I'm all all yours one day next week named the day. All right so we'll have briggs on. But i want to share with you. What he's written here. Because i think this is where we are folks. And i'm not the only one is coming to this realization that this union is over. The union is over and it's the fault of the demon grant party with an assist from the from the republican party briggs. This is the line over which once crossed. There is no going back. Our glorious oligarchy government is arrested their first notable political prisoner. Ricky vaughn now. If you're a fan of the movie durham it's not bull. Durham super shots. But i can't even think of the name of it but it's charlie sheen the baseball film where Barrett plays a rejoined clip from from time to time. If you're a fan of that moore movie able major league. That's what it that was charlie sheen's character's name was ricky. Vaughn major league. Ricky vaughn so this is the name the guy is taken her. They're giving him to show you don't know his real name. Because this is the witch hunt. This is the political prison imprisonment which hunt if they can steal the election from trump. They kick him off a twitter and read it and pride book yuban everywhere else that they did if they do it to the president of the united states. They can do it anyone and they are doing it to people but you know as they always do. They overplayed their hand. The saab read it. Take down at the to hedge funds. And then you're a bully. We're going to get in all this today. What did they buddies the the bromance. Here's the criminal class in more. Or do janet yellen in the gang. What do they do yesterday. They gave the wink and the nod to robin hood. Hey do whatever you gotta do. Don't let those creeps. Don't let those creedence. Don't let those punks by anymore. Shares.

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"william matthews" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"william matthews" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Any choice can take a leap forward in 2021 from all aspects. It's going to be our year. I can smell it. I can feel it in my bones. It's gonna be a great year for Detroit as well. Luke Hammett, Ryan Shira ey alongside with you. For the first of two hours, we got such an action packed show. We had questions. We get rankings. We got everything on for you on tap here tonight. It's dialed in Detroit in the hard rock stonework studios on the Patriot 809 23 93 85 is the phone number 809 23 93 85 Ryan. Happy holidays. Welcome back, buddy. What's going on The same to you Look not to show we've got a lot of talk about and we're gonna talk about here shortly about this line's game the past week and How those, Uh, the zebra stripes. Oh, did it again, right? Yeah, And now it's Ah, It's funny How it usually it's in week 16 that we get screwed, but they just did to us. And we 12, you know nothing new, casual, Casual lions fanned out days. It's we're used to it. Are you numb to it by now? I mean it. Zip. Ridiculous. Uh, so many so many occurrences. So many years of this and it's getting old. No, this one is It's funny because The big picture. This ruined the Lions playoff hopes. But it doesn't mean compared to like years pass of bad calls that because the Marvin Jones his catch that he had died, it would've been on the one yard line with, like, eight minutes left to go. That eliminates Matthew Stafford having a run for a first down and breaking his ribs, and I think the extras came back negative. But you could tell you went back to the locker rooms, you know, dumped out some blood, and now he's okay. I don't know what happened in the locker room, but somehow he came back in the game. And somehow he's trying to play tomorrow. I don't know about that. Lions training staff should say Thank you for your heart in your courage. We're gonna figure out the rest of games here. We're gonna We're gonna work on our Draft capital, William Matthew Stafford will get into that as well. We're gonna get into so much here tonight. We have ranking the three pro stadiums in Detroit from best to worst. We got some good ones here. Pistons basketball be starting up here next week. We also have. What do you do with Matthew Stafford and the worst to best pro teams here in the state and what direction the lions go in, and we also want to say Happy holidays to you out in the listening audience, and we have a question for you guys. In 2021. What would be the best Christmas gift for a Detroit sports fan? That is the question on the table? That's that also correlates toe the Michigan Wolverines of the Michigan State, Spartans or the Mac. We have to make teams out there. So that all those questions correlate with each other 809 to 3 93 85 is the phone number 809 239385. We're gonna start with the lions here first, and we're gonna get into which direction Do they go down now, Ryan Since their eight all they can finish best eight, Nate, there are statistically still into it. But, you know, we all know they're done The Lions. Ah, last week. We're saying we're gearing up for the postseason. We're excited. They play their best game of the season. It seemed like he gives Chicago They played well against Green Bay. But you know, calls and go our way or the defense could hold off long enough. And it was slow death against Aaron Rodgers and the pack crew. But what direction right now to the lines go down. Right now. There's an F five and eight, right, Um and you look at these next three teams. I gotta play. They got play Tampa Bay. Yep. On then we're gonna be playing the Titans tomorrow and the Vikings to conclude this season. And you know if Stafford place tomorrow or not. I just don't think it's a good idea for him to play just because the Tennessee defense is very, very good. You know, they have some pass rushers. And if they get toe QB one if they get to Stafford tomorrow. It could really shake things up for him like health wise for good for good, and that's not what we want to see for Stafford. But right now looking at the remaining schedule Issues play Chase Daniels and, you know, lose out five and 11 gets gets, Um, draft capital and move on with this season. Um, I know a lot of Detroit. They're probably proud of how the lines played last week against the Packers. I I was very proud of them. They fought to the end and they had some calls here and there that didn't go their way. But you could see you know Bevel had those guys plan Plane for the playoffs. And but I just don't see them really come now. Victorious The last three weeks, especially if Stafford goes down again, right? Yeah. If he takes one more hit that could you know? Not derail his the rest of his career. But it's gonna have some damaging blows, maybe even to start the next year because he could, but he couldn't even throw the ball. He was able to, you know, back in 2009 when he dislocated his shoulder I could throw in a few days. Me too. He could throw it on Sunday when he took that huge shot by Frank Clark. Former Wolverine came right over the top and absolutely destroyed him. And Ah Stafford X rays came back negative. But if he if he takes one more big lick like that. I think he's done for a long time. So Matthew Stafford should be benched. Not for because of his poor play. I think the guy played pretty well the last two weeks, but if he sits out the Lions Don't try to lose. What if they go out there and do what they're supposed to do? End up with five wins? Guys. Typically, this is a terrible, terrible year, but they have a sense of direction. That's why I'm happy about this if they were to lose out these next three games. You're still bringing in a GM..

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"william matthews" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"william matthews" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"william matthews" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"william matthews" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

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"william matthews" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

08:15 min | 2 years ago

"william matthews" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"Was going to ask. You have any consistent practices or habits that are helpful for you. In what sense in any sense it could be? Yeah. Could be walk could be meditating could be having a glass of wine could be like whatever it is like what? What are the things that you've found to be helpful to your soul and? I think noticing stopping paying attention and noticing. Whether, it's something beautiful whether it's something interesting someone interesting like actually paying attention in and gets lost in my head that it's actually has to become a spiritual discipline on. It's the type of meditation to stop and pay attention to something even for ten to fifteen seconds so in the art of noticing. Is massive it it. It brings me into more states. Calm and peace because there's a lot in this world that makes me angry as you can obviously tell but. With the rage that I think can is useful and can be useful cultivating. Anger rage, but also cultivating. Stillness and paying attention and quiet. On Com sometimes they use like APPs to help me do that. Meditation APPS or again it could just be. Walking and actually noticing beauty I think that's at the end of the day. That's what I want to be doing. The most with my life becoming more aware beauty. I love art and entertainment because I think there's a beauty to when it's done well, and so I'm always in wanting to engage stories that are beautiful in that. Tell the truth. And like it's like nourishing to my soul to watch TV show that's just very well done. That has poignant telling telling something truthful, even if it's hard, love it because it nurses selectively and. Yeah. I love beauty. That's awesome. What's a non? Star Trek. Example of what you're talking about. Oh I mean. Lower to start. I feel like. Head when you're saying it. What maybe I just went back and Rewatch DOUBT NAB Downton Abbey. And several other masterpiece theatre shows, which I thought were beautifully well done. thought the just the subtlety of performance writing was was brilliant, Sharp, witty, clever without being over the top. I think there's something really cunning about that type of humor. Also of these are all British examples, but the crown on Netflix is a big is a a really gripping story about Queen was. On different decades of her life and kind of told fictional own. Lens. But it's it's telling the. Truth about her lifeless stories, and I don't know. There's something really honest and guttural about it also I think if you care about power analysis, there's such such an interesting thing to watch it to see how we shifted from Godot Nappy does the same thing how he shifted from monarchy's into democracies in just that turn of the century. What that did their culture I just? For an analysis of power like I realized how much. You'll thinking is wrapped up in Christianity as well as in our even here in America and in our current political. Systems. We carry a lot of the roots of that type of colonialism in so when I watch it. That's what I'm actually noticing paying attention to. so yeah, those shows I mean I love. I love comedies. Actually watch a lot of old shows to go back. I'm watching watching cheers right now. loved years. You know to dancing health sexist. He doesn't really charming which? is a different era but the cast and the chemistry of Characters brilliant I'm also what else am I watched a taxi a love Mary Tyler. Moore the Dick Van Dyke show host old black shows living single Freshman, year I've been going back through. The exits. Feel maximum. Yeah Man. I just been like things that reminisce childhood I really love to to watch and. And some there there was a beauty in simplicity to them. Some number problematic and still are but yeah. Psyche. You can't even tell you I just watched. The politician on Netflix, which is brilliant does show is incredible. If you haven't seen it, go watch the parents. They just dropped season to season. Two has a cultural and Bette midler. And it's brilliant man. It's just about this young kid. WHO's you know writing for politics, but he doesn't have moral center. As the things get away with select run for student government in the first season in for college in Indi- season to these running for New York State Senate. As it's just brilliant. and I feel like it's an accurate representation of you know a lot of our politics right now, but it's a comedy and It's just as beautiful to seven tiger. Fay's beautiful. Have, you watched veep. I loved veep. Veep was incredible. Bro, that last season of veep was so accurate. All of it was accurate with better I felt like that. Last season felt so current I was like man to idiocy, but you know what the same thing was. Parks parks and REC really showed the idiocy of our politics. And then when trump came along as like. Oh, like this isn't just like a few isolated places like. Type of like mob idiocy, which to me. The town Polynesia's overtly represented. You know in. It's silliness Yeah! I loved doll all that stuff. All right last question total secretary should have worked in earlier, but I'm just curious are you? Have you read anything on process, philosophy or theology at all? A bit, I don't. Have grasped fully to let quite articulated just because as a form of theology I haven't like. Studied at studied it I have to it. I'm more asking because I feel like it would dig it. Yeah. I I am the funny thing about me, is oftentimes I? Intuitively come to some of those places and things and think through them without knowing there's like a formal theology around in like a formal hillary on me all the time, but because I do that, even with like a actually I don't know brain things choose like you just described perfectly so-and-so's theory it on I'm like Oh, I didn't. I don't even experience. I. I'm I'm relatively aware of process theology vibe with it so far, but I don't not enough to where I could like. Let me explain to you what I do or don't. Do that right, but I should look into it more. Yeah I can. Recommend some some good starter spots, but The way it deals with. Power like God's agency and stuff is super interesting. Yeah Anyway. Kuhlman, thank you so much for for taking the time and Yeah I. Hope. We can hang some time in. The real life once the Rona is gone, love you. Know. And then you WanNa tell people where they could find out what's going on with you or. 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"william matthews" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

07:08 min | 2 years ago

"william matthews" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"The reason they're in those lucrative positions is because white people are using them as like their token. Person To be like Oh look no I. Listen to this person, and so no racist I'm not no. There's no racial problem? Eggs. To One person. Is. Writing over the lived experience that they have access to from people, the we have access to so many different. Sources and stories now, and they're writing over of it because this one person is. Getting A bunch of money to keep keeping that person for them. Yeah, it is. You know in back in slave times. There was always we we. We've white. Folks always weaponized us against us. Always. mlk Like now mlk is like people I. See all the time. In the middle of all this happening right now, taking some quote from King and being like see he disagrees with. Whatever like? Is going on right now and it's. A he his whole life, I think has been weaponized in certain ways against. Against Black people against. Poor people because. He as he went on, he got very much more vocal about concern for the poor. being anti militarization anti The industrial prison complex all like all that and. I think that's. Maybe, why he was killed when he was because that started to be the focus, and that was To anti-capitalist to. It starts coming after the money well, it's one thing to sanitize somebody's words and use it against us. It's another thing. To use living willing agents against us, and that's what a clarence, Thomas in a canvas Owens's ride like it's they're using US against us, and again it's not good faith actors who are actually wanting to enter into dialogue with their own communities to help the betterment in healing liberation of opportunities. There are people who stand on the outside of our communities who are black who will throw stones at us and hang out with all the white Republicans and be like. See just a bunch of Niggers I. told you they over there. You don't making a hero out of these criminals right like in. It's just it's so. It's bad faith actors, and the level to which white. White folks fall for the trick all the time? The unintentional. White folks Lawford all the time, and then at worse, their militias white folks who again prioritize people amplify than pay the money. Get them to come speak because they want that voice to challenge the liberation of black people and they in the it in there, too many black folks who are willing to sign up and say I'll take that paycheck for that. You know you are right. Those people are a bunch of niggers. They just need to do better in. That's their problem instead of actually looking at themselves, and what they've contributed to the oppression of black people in, so I just don't know like. I don't even know what to do with those people other than to just ignore them. Because I'm going I'm trying to build something I'm trying to build a more just and equitable world and you know what get who's not trying to do that? CANDACE OWENS? So. I got nothing to say to her. I blocked her on twitter. Two years of I didn't want to be tagged in anything I. Don't see her post. 'CAUSE was like she's not helping chain happen. If you ain't helping I don't i. don't even want to acknowledge you and every moment I spent talking Candice Owens is a moment that I. don't that I'm not building the healing deliberation for black people that I wanna see on, and that's the, but that's the purpose of it is to could put us in situations where I have to sit on a podcast in defend. Go and say the things that I just said. Thank you for saying them I. It's gotta be super brutal just. Having to deal with? The bad actors as they are attacking your own community and. Yup An amplified all over facebook to amplify millions, millions and millions of us. Yeah I! I appreciate you talking about it because I think it is important because the reach is so broad and intense But Yeah I think that's a good word in general, though to be looking for people who are good faith actors to realize that there are people on. A wide variety of topics and disagree with each other that are trying to work for something good, and you be with someone and Everyone wants to have that conversation rather than the actual conversation of what are we going to do to stop leads, charity or how? We're GONNA. Fix System of you know. What do you think about? Tennis owns analysis of Mike. Bam the thing about some you wipe the Abrasions. Man y'All y'all be in the abstract and love talking about like, and we'll be here dislike. Can you like focus on our lives? Because that's what matters? Yet and it's hard because. It does feel like all of it is just a distraction like. I heard freaking talking about. Talking about that George Floyd, no saint or whatever it was just making my blood boil, it's like. fucking missing the entire point on purpose on purpose and weaponising, is she? She's so good at doing it. and and she so articulate doing it that it it's it's stunning, but it's also like I said it's I. Don't need a and this is the thing. At the end of the day as much as I've read and loved and studied and still do study. If I need a theology to tell me how to love how to be treasurer. WHO GETS DIGGITY and who doesn't get dignity I think. That's actually the real part man. I think it really is because all those things at their best are pointing us to do the actual work of loving people. Teaching us to do the actual work of showing up in the world and making a difference. You don't need a theology. You don't need a a a sociology need in anthropology to know that that love matters. That love is is worth giving yourself over to and worth serving people who are down out like. That in his. 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"william matthews" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"william matthews" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"Was saying that all the best works of literature have this exact thing going on in the scapegoating thing happening and also he would argue all histories to now. Will One of things he did in the academic world, which was really controversial, was he theorized from a lot of the ancient mythologies like that like the the Greek titans, and like Poseidon and Zeus, and he actually argued that. Academia leads to read these things as like stories, Rene argued that they were actually hiding a type of hidden violence underneath them that these figures were what he called defied victims that at one point in time, somebody was you know sacrificed in order to bring peace to the community. Somebody was scapegoated than sacrifice, northern precinct piece to the community, and then in the aftermath of peace, being brought to the community, people felt like let person must have been a god, because the positive thing that happened, and so then we start telling stories about these gods, and so he kind of like. Really like through a wrench in. like academic work around These these ancient stories that world loves to praise, and then he so when he does a lot of his work. If you read the scapegoat or I see Saint Paul's lightning, he's actually going through a lot of like Greek mythology and pointing out. How these people were deified victims, and he shows it in the text and one of the things that led rene. Christianity was he said. A lot of the Greek mythology. It's only a partial reviewing. You'll see partially how person could have been identified victim, but in the story of Jesus the scapegoat mechanism gets exposed completely on across because the victim is innocent. And that's the. Feature of of being a scapegoat escape goal is always innocent, but the mob you know creates the violence they project. They're sending their blame onto the scapegoat. And then they sacrificed him in order to bring peace to the community, and it's. He was like it's an unconscious desire. That humanity does this and he was. He argued anthropologically. It's the roots of you know ancient world, though this is the way in which lead mitigated violence with each other was too creepy, sacrificial systems, and then he seen it in the scripture I like about the Old Testament about their type of sacrificial system Abraham and Isaac and Wants to kill his son. Isaac in supposedly got told him to do it, but you know renee argues actually I don't think God told Abraham to kill Isaac I. think that's what he thought got demanded of 'cause. All the other nations resumed now. It actually was angel to stop him and provided the ramp the bush. Now that story alone is, you might feel like that might feel heavy. I'd probably described it really heavy. But when you really sit on that what she realizes most of our evangelical Christian Understanding is built on the idea sacrifice, and that God desires sacrifice. Get what we see clearly in the text is while it may appear that God ordained. Sacrifice got his also seem to subvert this type of sacrificial system. And and so that's Rene argues with the ram in the Bush like. God sending Angel, to say, Hey, don't only son I. Don't are that type of sacrifice, but if you need to sacrifice something maybe start here, start with this animal, and and then ultimately we get to the book of Hebrews Fast Flow to the whole history of Israel. Excuse me, let's go to David you know. David is the first profit actually just say out of his mouth sacrifice. You've not desired. Inefficient system that way doesn't desire sacrifice at our whole idea of atoning for sin, and getting close to God was through the snake, the nature of sacrifice, the logic of sacrifice, really and when we get to Jesus and the you know what we've been discovered is this isn't the heart of got at all to the point where Jesus becomes the sacrificial lamb. To take away the sin of the world, but really it's just to expose the sin of the world, and that's why he's the final lamb slain because he's like. Hey, you don't need to good. You need a scapegoat I'll be the scapegoat, but don't scapegoat anymore. Yeah which is the big shift for a lot of people say? That the story of Jesus. And The crucifixion is the ultimate confirmation that got really really wants. A and and Gerard saying no. It's the opposite like this is this is the final thing meant to be like. This is not what it's about snow, and it's about in the book of Hebrews makes that abundantly clear Roberts years later post the. Crucifixion that you know it sets up this whole glorification of the sacrificial system only to say the blood ables and goats doesn't do. That, it's not enough and it actually was never enough to begin with, but that's what we need it. We needed the vice. We needed the blood, and that was the one thing that that begin to stand up to me with Rene Jacques once you see it as hard to unseat it. It's like Oh. We desired the blood of Jesus. We might like this is how we admit in that way. It's like Oh. This is how I crucified. Kreis, because every time I go my brother. You know every time I. Enter into blame accusation, which leads to jealousy and you're scapegoating. I am recruits. Find Christ like I desire to do this. There's something innate me live because we've Nick Desire. And we can't help something. Inside of us that that needs to mimic desire yet here Jesus comes along and says don't be like your father. The devil be like if Father Heaven was good patient kind loving. He was like you're GonNa Minute Jesus was all offering an alternative pat. He's like you're going to mimic you're human. You're GONNA, Mimic. Who are you going to mimic though you're going to mimic the satanic power, which desire sacrifice above all else, which which desires violence and and says that God uses violence to accomplish his purposes, which is what the ancient system ultimately was confirming in what are basic human nature confirms to. Or are you going to enter into a positive nemesis? As renamed call, it and be like your father in heaven, who is loving, gracious kind forgiving lays down his life for his enemies, rather than exacts punishment on his enemies. So That is a big shift from The retributive, which is another way of saying violent punishing Gospel that was given that God commanded. You know Jesus to be punished for my safety. God commanded innocent person to you like. You know to what? It's it's like when you put it. In those terms, it's actually use you sort of see how barbaric it is, and how a lot of the ancient world was ruled with that type of empire, thinking said that the conquerors win that those who are violent are the ones who shape history, or they're the ones who are. Fulfilling the will of God and actually would argue with Michael Malicious episode. Was that the foundation of of our world? Today is built on concern for the victim, which is a relatively new thing in in a on a mass scale in human history. Mostly Incheon writings weren't doing that. And Rene argues the Bible's really the only the first religious tax and the first he argues the first literary text to completely argue that the victim's consent and not guilty as conquerors would say. Yeah I think that's a huge shift that that idea because. You can look back and see this kind of imperial thinking. And I think you can see. Even after. Christianity embraces empire and becomes empire. there. That, thread of of anti imperialism of anti scapegoating can't be killed and it keeps cropping up. And it changes. The way that? Society sees a bunch of these things in ways that I think a lot of people. Don't realize that they don't give it credit for, and that's what renee argued in the academic world. He says you're.

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"william matthews" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"william matthews" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"What are some of the? I guess as you were like reframing What were some of the touch points that were? Bringing you back around to this. Whole I don't know what to call it. like what what things were you re experiencing or like? Seeing new is You. Think we're reading some James Cone. Theology Rene Girard? Yeah. Some of that stuff. That was kind of blowing your mind. This is this is a new way to 'cause like you're saying. It's so ingrained in new that you're feeling like I can't. I can't get rid of this. Is there a different way to? Experience it as? Well I think one of the early lessons learned with my family when I was teenager was that God was not static, and that there was always a progressive revelation. The God was constantly moving forward. I remember having talks with my mother as a teenager and I remember theorizing long before ever language for these things, but the arise into my mom. was like when when God wrote in Genesis or you know spouse come house framing about the time you know about heaven and earth in the stars being created like. He can't breakdown physics to them, so he's just using language. That would understand right to help. Bring them closer to an understanding as limited as languages I, remember talks about. Ahmed like. Fifteen sixteen right in my mom's like well. Yeah, but what about this like pushing back? and so one of the things we discovered a family together though there was progressive revelation, and so we were always open to listening to different thought leaders and people who were. Talking about God ways in which that felt true and right and good as you talk about this past and so I mean early on. It was like td Jakes. Progressive for us. Coming from the Church denomination am listening to like td Jakes tbn Christian television network was light law. Like he just had a way of explaining the Gospel that just felt bigger, right, there was guys like Rod Parsley Mark Sharona different ones. Wanting to buy them a lot of other preachers, and then as I got older. That's when I started. Reading books by Bennie I remember reading good morning, police spirit by Bennie. Hannah right after I, started speaking in tongues, and that was like a revelation. Mean I'm started serving on charismatic speakers across Rick Joyner book who wrote the final question which comes prophetic vision of of? I don't Dunno of Eskan logical in time stain, and and that just blew my mind away I ended up going to Bible school at Morningstar for a little bit because then learning the prophetic. Imperfect worship while I was there Listening to my fickle and Kansas City, the I hop, prayer movement, and the call like and I started surrounded myself with. These people who carried a progressive revelation that were kind of taking me from Gloria glorying and in the middle of that and that's you know how as well how ended up Going to. Death in hearing, Bill Johnson reading his books but also in the middle of that I was also reading. Light Greg Boyd Greg. Boyd was of big A finger for me, primarily around his whole cross, the sword, and the myth of the Christian nation in the of Christian religion, those books also got to blame that book about The heart guys relates to God's judgment. What is got judgment? Is it a punitive thing in just answering some of those questions about suffering the nature of evil? I I started getting the Greg. That open theism started really theorize. Reading that who else I think I. I discovered John Martin through that and He introduced me to brains on who also I think. Jonathan Martin actually introduced me to Rene Girard because he preached a sermon. back at his old turnabout to Charlotte North Carolina. About the peaceable kingdom, and it was based on. Rene Shorts Work I. See Satan falls lightning. And always say they're always in these major thinkers came along who kind of like maybe shifted a major core value. And I think greg boy was one of those guys with nationalism. I, think James Combs like that for me in recent years, but the thing about James Cone was I been familiar with his work as a kid because black liberation theology parts of it were taught to me as a kid and I didn't even realize so when I read Jim Komo's Oh. Oh, yeah, like it was. It was like the Black Church. Even though we were very conservative, there were still elements of some of Liberation Theology. That were injected in that. My Dad was very much. Bring some of that back in the nineties, even celebrated kilonzo and all that stuff. We were super Afro Centric, but Say James Komo's one of those people didn't Rene Girard did something that I just I thought was kind of. Well. The interesting thing is I think. It deserves real critique critiques using it deserves real analysis to look at. the work of nature art in a scapegoat as relates to Black Liberation Theology or the impact of white supremacy, because it seems to me that Rene Girard without explicitly saying it is very much pulling on the black liberation struggle as his metric scapegoat. And I know that in the recent. Biography broke his the evolution of desire that just came out lapped glass. Jere Burns on copy There's this I haven't finished a book I. Read Most of it A. There's a kind of ongoing conversation about Rene when he was in North Carolina had. Apparently witnessed the lynching. And it seems to have like up. He randomly maybe tell a few people here and there, but they can never kind of. The woman who was writing a biography about nature. She's kind of hunting down like it seems. This would be true of Rene that but nobody could very few people can really substantiate only two or three people's again. He mentioned that today, but The thing about Rene. The scapegoat that I found so Maybe explain that a little bit. Yeah people aren't familiar with yet. The scapegoat mechanism that Rene Talks Wilder's two things backup. He talks about this theory. He created called mimetic theory and medics. Siri theorizes that humans don't just mimic behavior mimic desire. And the the thrust of mimicking desire. In us is what sets up arm, jealousy, envy, and rivalry between humanity, because we begin to desire the same thing. If there's not enough of that same thing, then we enter into rivalry in that leads to scandal. at leads to community breakdown, and ultimately lead Rene argued it would lead to violence and that's where the you know. That's the mechanism and how it works well. Medic theory, but also the scapegoat mechanism and one of the things he did as an anthropologist, but also literary critic, was he? He was just reading all the great piece of literature, and he found one common denominator. Is this triangular Desire to guys or after one girl. And it creates a problem in you. Jealousy leads to Envy Envy Lisa Jealousy than that leads to rivalry. Let leads to scandal, then that leads to sacrificial violence, and so he.

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"william matthews" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"william matthews" Discussed on KOMO

"Pulled the trigger you can hear his demands we're told he's the same guy who shot a clerk Wednesday morning into cold what kind of hard because I do work in this industry is kind of scary Park Avenue foods on south seventy second street hand gun on his hip young **** one time and that's why we carry now at a rest can't come soon enough to raise on high alert as for the clerk that was shot on Wednesday we know that he was hit in the leg and he should make a full recovery and the clerk shot yesterday morning remains in I see you the driver of a stolen U. haul van led deputies on a chase in king county the van crashed and snapped a power pole in Covington on highway five sixteen investigators believe the man was involved in at least two recent bank robberies a man and woman are in custody at sun clear if they were involved in those robberies brother G. A. Keely was a teacher and administrator at Seattle's day high school and the Roman Catholic Church acknowledges he sexually abused students the Seattle archdiocese says it breached a three hundred thousand dollar settlement with one of Kelly's victims this week victims advocates merry to spend seven of the survivors network of those abused by priests or snap says the church should be more transparent about the accusations it receives I would think we would want to be moving from that or the church would want to be moving from that secrecy the church says it is committed to being transparent and urges anyone who's the victim of abuse to call police and reported to the archdiocese an apartment complex in Everett is open for business nearly two years after an arsonist torched all fourteen units killing a woman inside since the fire Everett police have increased their presence were told crime in the neighborhood is all but vanished the update from Kamel's Patrick Quinn the new high ridge apartments in North Africa I think they came out beautiful grand re opening after almost two years to the day the same complex in ruins toward a seventy six year old woman died in the aftermath forty one year old William Matthews was sentenced.

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"william matthews" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"william matthews" Discussed on KOMO

"Grand re opening after almost two years to the day the same complex in ruins toward the seventy six year old woman died in the aftermath forty one year old William Matthews was sentenced to ten years behind bars for arson and manslaughter owner Jim Addington face the tough decision do you stay or do you go the insurance money and walk away because we are committed to this property I wasn't really interesting and random arsonists taking that away from us it's going to just change the flavor of the whole neighborhood across the street Brenda Humbert believes the Polish departments will help the neighborhood Caesar dropping fine already seven on the fifteen units have been printed out to win one of Sony's time ten past the hour now an update from the Harley exteriors como sports desk the Dallas Cowboys drop their third straight game of thirty one to twenty four lost to the bears Thursday night in Chicago the bears are seven and six of one three straight Russell Wilson's glad this week's game against the rams is Sunday night in prime time that's because Wilson is three and against the rams in primetime games the Seahawks are sitting at ten and two atop the NFC west the XFL Seattle dragons will play their first game in Washington DC February eight the team will join the rest of the league in Houston next month for a league wide training camp but here in Seattle over the next two weeks the dragons will be working out and holding it all season camp of their own Mike leach is staying put Thursday W. issue an athlete signed a contract extension adding on to the five year twenty million dollar deal he signed in two thousand seventeen leeches sign through twenty twenty four arts Sanders at your home of.

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"william matthews" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"william matthews" Discussed on KOMO

"Ferguson kicked off the nine seven six appeal Ivan filed a motion in king county court to have outside counsel brought in because he feels Ferguson sabotage the case at this point all we can do is basically clean up the mess the person made in the first place he says the attorney general's office intentionally did a poor job defending the thirty dollar car tabs initiative Solicitor General know what Purcell is absolutely ridiculous we have done everything in our power to defend this initial the last few weeks I am in the is of course also running for governor so we've reached out to Jay Inslee for comment but have not heard back Jeff Pojulu come on news deputies say a man used a meat cleaver in a robbery in sea tac last night they're still searching for the two men who robbed a man along one seventy six and thirty fourth the meat cleaver left behind belong to one of the thieves no one was hurt and no one's been arrested regional approach to homelessness will move forward but with a structure very different from the original proposal couples Ryan Harris explains instead of a regional homelessness authority the amended plan approved unanimously by the county's regional policy committee calls for a regional agency with the board which would give more power to elected officials from the cities involved with a quarter of the votes going to people who've been homeless that's less of a voice than those who work with homeless people at hope for and many of them urge the committee to keep the original plan county council member Jeanne Kohl Welles as they were asked to provide that voice and that they take it seriously when you deal with legislation you have to look at what is possible what is desired with what can get through we've taken this seriously Mike was transmitted to us was not going to go through the Seattle city council member Deborah war is says her counsel also have concerns and will probably also make changes to the plan Ryan Harris como news in apartment complexes ever it is open for business nearly two years after an arsonist torched all fourteen units killing a woman inside is the Firebird police have increased their presence and we're told that crime in the neighborhood has all but vanished almost Patrick Quinn report new high ridge apartments in North Africa came out beautiful grand re opening after almost two years to the day the same complex in ruins toward the seventy six year old woman died in the aftermath forty one year old William Matthews was sentenced.

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"william matthews" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"william matthews" Discussed on KOMO

"On I five is heavy into Seattle from the north gate to the convention center northbound I. five in the older area that's struggling now up to one twenty eight then south Everett your next how much traffic at six fourteen years check on the weather from Kamel meteorologist Shannon o'donnell December fifth and we're still very quiet around here now a lot of rain or winder mountain snow that'll change a little bit over the next forty eight hours is a disturbance roars toward the west coast but then mainly makes a beeline for the Golden State back into the bay area and LA we'll see lots of rain plenty of snow and measured in feet instead of inches there around Lake Tahoe and here we're just gonna get a little bit of that wrap around is that big system slams into California instead so we'll see some light rain late Friday night into Saturday morning in the lowland some like snow over the cascades to probably one to six inches picked up around crystal mountain before the weekend is for is a better than nothing and then we're right back to some sunshine by Sunday in the coming weather center I'm meteorologist interno Donald right downtown Seattle under cloudy skies fifty degrees at six oh six an apartment complex in Everett is open for business nearly two years after an arsonist torched all fourteen units killing a woman inside since the fire Everitt police have increased their presence and we're told that crime in the neighborhood has all but vanished Kamose Patrick Quinn reports a look inside the new high ridge apartments in north average look around I think I think they came out beautiful grand re opening after almost two years to the day the same complex in ruins toward a seventy six year old woman died in the aftermath of a forty one year old William Matthews was sentenced to ten years behind bars for arson and manslaughter owner Jim Addington face the tough decision to use day or do you go insurance money and walk away because we're committed to this problem I mean the interesting and and arsonists taking that away from us insurance covered one point five million the Addington's added another one point seven million and voila it's going to just change the flavor of the whole neighborhood across the street barber Brenda Humber believes the Polish departments will help the neighborhood see a drop in fine I've done all I can only can only can Sam.

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Teenager snuck into Mar-a-Lago while Trump was there

Phil Valentine

01:34 min | 3 years ago

Teenager snuck into Mar-a-Lago while Trump was there

"College freshman. Now they say snuck and I guess it's now either way now but it's preferable is sneaked into one of the President Trump's mar-a-lago resort last November. We're just now finding out about well, Trump was in town after fooling secret service agents into believing. He was a club member going to the Palm Beach post. What club? We don't know the hate Trump club. I guess Mark linn bloom. Eighteen year old freshman university of Wisconsin in Madison wondered the Palm Beach club for twenty minutes before being arrested according to the newspaper today, he told a federal magistrate. He did not enter the club with any ill intent and was only curious as to whether he could do it. It was reportedly visiting his grandparents at the Palm Beach bath and tennis club, which shears a beach with Trump's club and simply stood in line with mar-a-lago members. He was allowed through security by secret service. According to assistant, US attorney John McMillan, telling US magistrate William, Matthew man. We have no reason to believe he had a political criminal or terrorist purpose. It was a foolish decision. He did on a lark. He didn't steal anything only took pictures on his phone. He pleaded guilty to entering or remaining in a restricted building or grounds which carries a maximum sentence of six months in jail the Matthew and sentenced him to a year's probation, according to the post. So

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