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Fresh update on "woolworth" discussed on Pacifica Evening News
"I'm injurious Sears. No nation offers asylum or other protections to people displaced because of climate change. But Biden's administration is studying the idea. And climate migration is expected to be discussed at the first climate summit this week. If the U. S defined a climate refugee, it could mark a major shift in global refugee policy. US may describe the displaced as climate migrants instead of refugees and offer them humanitarian visas or other protections. Vice president of Kamila Harris took a detour while visiting North Carolina to sit at the same lunch counter were four black college students, known as the Greensboro four, conducted a peaceful sit in 61 years ago that they came a defining moment in the civil rights movement. Nice President Harris made an unscheduled visit to the International Civil Rights Center and Museum in Greensboro, the nation's first female black vice president sat down at a whites only Woolworth's counter. Where the black students stage their historic sit in. Harris was in North Carolina yesterday to plug President Biden's $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan. More from reporter Laura Ross sprout. Tell him I did met with the bipartisan group of Congress people Monday to discuss potential changes to his $2 trillion infrastructure plan. I asked senators and.
Washington DC native creates chain of successful bed and breakfast inns
"A D. C native and an award winning entrepreneur who has built her empire, One bed and breakfast at a time. W GOP continues our coverage of women's history month by highlighting the voices who are making a difference in our community. Monique Greenwood is the owner and chief enjoyment officer of Aquatic, a bed and breakfast inns. The key to running a successful bed and breakfast is really having a love for people and wanting to make sure that they have a great experience. Akwaaba Ins has five locations, including one on DuPont Circle in northwest Washington. But the crown jewels of her properties is one in Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains. Once a Woolworth estate like Grandmother who lived to be 100 and one also a native Washingtonian. Last thing she said to me before she passed was I can remember when I couldn't sit at the counter at war. Worse, and now my baby girl is all up in their mansion. Stephanie Gaines Bryant w T o P. News
Civil Rights Activist, Patricia Stephens Due
"Hello from Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan, and this is encyclopedia will Manica. All month we're talking about activists. Women who stood up against injustice and four a better world. Today we're talking about an American civil rights activist whose work began as a student and extended throughout her life and beyond. She was one of the leaders of the sit in and Jalen movements continuing to fight for a more just society even when faced with serious harm. According to The New York Times her FBI file was over four hundred pages long. Let's talk about Patricia Stevens do. Patricia Gloria Stevens was born on December ninth nineteen, thirty, nine fifteen months after her sister Priscilla who would go on to be partner in many organizing efforts. Patricia was the second of three kids born to Lottie Mae Powell Stevens, and Horace Walter Stevens. The Stevens family lived in Belgrade Florida for most Patricia Youth. By the time she was thirteen years old Patricia was very aware of the discrimination she faced for being black and was ready to protest. She and her sister refused to go to the designated colored window at their local dairy queen. Instead, they stood in line for the window marked whites only. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, seven Patricia started school at Florida Am University. Two years later in Nineteen fifty-nine Patricia and Priscila attended a workshop put on by the Congress of racial equality or core on nonviolent civil disobedience. Patricia then started a local chapter of the organization in order to continue the work, she tried to tackle it just thirteen years old integration. The following year on February. Twentieth Nineteen Sixty Patricia, her sister, and some other students sat down at a whites only lunch counter at a Woolworth Tallahassee and refused to get up until they were served. Nineteen days earlier, four guys sat down at a similar lunch counter in Greensboro North Carolina officially kicking off. Since movement across the South Patricia and ten of her peers were arrested rather than paying three hundred dollar Fine Patricia and. Out Forty nine days in jail. Their determination to serve their time as a statement became a norm when others were arrested and charged on fairly. Patricia leadership and courage caught the attention of people around the country support of the cause including Jackie Robinson Eleanor Roosevelt Harry Belafonte, and James. Baldwin. Dr Martin. Luther King. Junior. Sent the sisters telegram that said. Going to jail for a righteous cause as a badge of honor and a symbol of dignity. After she was finally released, Patricia continued the fight to change her city and country. One of her fellow activists was a man named John D do junior. He was law school at Florida Am University. The two got married in nineteen, sixty three and would go on to have three children together for their honeymoon Patricia and John went to the march on Washington and heard Dr King's I have a dream speech. The following year in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, Patricia took on a new role in corps. She served as field secretary for a voter education and Registration Project in North Florida under her leadership. program. More. Voters than any other regional program in the south. Patricia also worked to improve the lives of workers, the poor and other underserved populations in the US. But her activism took a physical toll on her. After being hit in the face by a can of tear gas, Patricia is were injured and she was forced to wear dark glasses for the rest of her life in nineteen sixty, seven, ten years after she enrolled. Patricia graduated from Florida Am. University it took her all of a decade to get her degree because she spent periods of time traveling around the US to rally energy behind the civil rights movement. She was also suspended multiple times by the
Who Is Activist, Ella Baker
"From Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny. Kaplan and this is encyclopedia will Manica. Very. Excited to present our. September. This month we're talking about activists. Women who stood up and fought against injustice and for a better world today, we're talking about a woman who doesn't often receive the recognition she deserves for her behind the scenes activism. As a prolific activist, she had a hand in society changing work major civil rights leaders turned to her for her organizational skills. Let's talk about Ella Josephine Baker. Sisters in the struggle for human dignity and freedom. I am here to represent. The struggle that has gone on for three hundred years. Ella Baker was born on December thirteenth nineteen o three in Norfolk Virginia. She grew up in North Carolina on the very same land where her grandparents were enslaved a few decades earlier. Ella's mother was part of the Local Missionary Association. She helped feed their hungry neighbors and encouraged women to be a force for positive change this activism and kindness stuck with Allah. Ellis studied at Shaw University in Raleigh North Carolina and graduated as Class Valedictorian nineteen twenty seven shortly after she moved to New York City in Nineteen thirty ELA joined several women's organizations and served as national director of the Young Negroes Cooperative League that organization focused on supporting the economic development of the black community in nineteen forty Ella started working as a field secretary for the N. Double A. C., p. she moved up to work as director of branches after just three years. She later also served as the president of the New York. City branch. Then in Nineteen fifty-six, Ella Co created the organization in French. Which bought the oppressive Jim Crow laws in the south. The following year a move to Atlanta to help with Martin Luther King Junior's Organization the southern Christian Leadership Conference. At that time, the SC L. C. was a brand new venture. It was created after successes like the Montgomery bus boycott black leaders including Martin Luther. King Junior created the organization to assemble more boycotts and. Throughout the south. But for the venture to be successful, it would take a masterful organizer while Martin Luther King Junior took the reins as the SEC's public figurehead Ella worked behind the scenes setting the organization's agenda and framing the issues. She organized the crusade for citizenship a campaign to support voting rights. For African Americans, she also helped Rodney Atlanta s ELC headquarters and even served as a temporary director for several months after the resignation of the previous office holder, Ellis desire to focus on the issues and to have influence over the. Direction often clashed with the group's main. Right, as ellos considering resigning in nineteen sixty radical act of civil disobedience inspired her to take a new direction on February first black college students in Greensboro. North Carolina where I'm from refused to leave a lunch counter. Worth's where they'd been denied service for Joseph McNeil Franklin McCain and their to college dorm mates that time was February first one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty. The day they walked into a Greensboro. Woolworth's and sat down at the segregated lunch counter. Ella wrote a letter that encourage students across the south to join forces and take similar acts of protest. She also organized a meeting at Shaw University for the students who spearheaded the citizens from those meetings, the student nonviolent coordinating committee or Snick was created. snick would have a profound impact on the civil rights movement. Ella encourage snack to focus on practicing group centered activism rather than leader centered activism in contrast to the SE L. C.'s leadership style with Mlk at the forefront. Under, this method, of Leadership Snick ran many successful initiatives including the nineteen sixty one freedom rides and the nineteen sixty, four freedom summer and Mississippi L. continued her activism through the sixties. She was also a consultant for the Southern Conference Education Fund and organize the Mississippi Freedom Democratic. Party she later returned to New York City and continued her work until she passed away on. December thirteenth nineteen eighty six. She was eighty three years old. Ella Baker was an incredible driving force behind much of the public civil rights work. We learn about in school while she never sought the spotlight she was committed to improving life for future generations
The Shortest War in History
"Anglo signs above all the Woolworth's four as a military conflict between the United Kingdom on Zanzibar Sorta on twenty seven August eighteen ninety six. The conflict lasted between thirty to forty five minutes making it the shortest what is recorded war in history. The immediate coast. The wool was the death of the pro. British Sultan Hamad bin to me on the twenty fifth of August eighteen. Eighteen Ninety six on subsequent secession of Sautin Khalid bin Gosh. British authorities preferred Ahmad Bin Muhammad. Hamad who is more favorable to proceed interest as salter in accordance with the treaty signed in one thousand nine hundred six a condition for attention to this alternate wisdom candidate obtained permission the British Council and could lead had not fulfilled about requirement Britches considered this causes belly incentive took him to Cali demanding that the orders forces to stand down and leaked policy in response Calico up his palace guards on barricaded Adams off into the Polish ultimatum. Expired at nine hundred hours east are Qatar on twenty. Four twenty seven Volgas by which the British covered three cruisers to Gumbo hundred fifty marines and sites and nine hundred tons of barriers in the Halbe Oughta area the royal naval contingent was combined. The Real Admiral Harry Rosen on the pro Anglo sounds of Bari were commanded by brigadier the General. Lloyd Mathews of Designs Army. He was also the first minister. Sons Bob around chief thousand eight hundred Sabbari's defending the police. Most were recruited from civil population. They also include the Salton Policy Guard and several hundred servants and slaves defendants taught. Several military. Are Pieces machine guns which were set in French. Police cited on the British ships. Bombardment opened fire knowing how to set a pass on flat. Disabled the defendant auditory a small naval action took place with the British cinquieme Zanzibari reward your hate hate s Glasgow into similar vessels and some shots were fired ineffectively the purchase ends Bari troops as they approached the potus notice. The flag at the policy shop down and fire ceased at nine forty four sustained roughly five hundred casualties with only when British cellular So to college received asylum in German consulate before escaping German east Africa which is in the mainland Pau halt present day Tanzania Bush's quickly placed Salton not in power at the head of the puppet government Walmart the end that his bosso tonight as a sovereign state and the start of the period of heavy British influence. Sons Ball was violent country in the Indian Ian Ocean off the coast of tiny today which form parts of Tanzania the main island beat under normal control the Sultan of Oman sixty nine when they expelled. The Portuguese settlers claimed it in fourteen. Ninety nine so tom you've been declared the island independent of Amman in Eighteen fifty-eight which is recognized by Great Britain and spent the cell to that from that of a lamb. Bog has been the second soaked collapse. Father had been forced by British ultimatum. A threat to blockade okay to voice. The slave trade in June eighteen. Seventy three those later discovered the instructions from London would have prohibited aggressive action being taken me too late if the automation had been rejected the subsequent starfish that capital and seat of government sons about town where policy complex was built on the front by eighteen. Ninety six this consistent policies self the unattached Harim on the better by job. House of Wendy's a ceremonial policies. Be the first building in the East Africa to find electric to the complex flex was mostly constructive of local timber. There was not designed as defensive structure. All three main buildings were adjacent to one another in a line and linked bog log. Wooden covered bridges above street heights written had recognized the sovereignty and sultan in eighteen eighty six after a long period fron. The interaction in January maintain good relations with the country and it so turns however Germany was also interested needed east Africa and the two powers for control over trade rights on the territory in the area throughout the late nineteenth century. Sultan Khalifa at granted rights landed Kenya to Britain. And that's Taneeka to Germany. A process resulting. In the Prohibition of slavery in those loans on so many of the Arabs ruling classes will accept by the interruption divine trait which results in seven in addition the German authorities overseas in Taneeka refused to fly. The flag is under bar which led to on clashes seen German cheaters on the local population one. Such conflict in Tanga claimed the lives at twenty hours so typically fastened sounds Bari troops led by Brigadier General Lord Matthews the the former Latin the Royal Navy to restore order in Taneeka operation was largely successful the anti German feeding Sabari people remain strong. Further conflicts erupted at Bega may up one hundred fifty natives killed by German military forces. All SES Cat wets where German officials as servants would moded Khalifa. Them grunted extensive try rights to the imperial. They were British Engineering Company. A German assistance run a naval blockade to hold the continuing domestic slave trade upon Khalifa. Leave his death in. Eighteen ninety out been sad ascended to so to so to Ali domestic slave trade but not slave ownership declared signs a ball Bush's protect your an appointed. Lloyd Mathews First Minister to lead his cabinet. Britches will also guaranteed a veto detail of the future. Appointment of Sautin's the year of Alyssa session also saw disarmament Egeland Zanzibar treaty between Britain tune in Germany. This treaty efficient efficiency the marketed the spheres of interest in east Africa and they see the gym writes support to the United Kingdom. This granted the British government Evenson sums above which they intended to use to eradicate the slave trade and that an object to they had how'd as early as eighteen o four so obvious successor was her not told me he became salt in eighteen. Ninety three hammock maintain a close relationship with the British but that was the sentiment his subjects of the increase in riches control of the country. The british-led Army in operation of the venue voluble train to control. Oh descent the British authorities authorized the sultan to raise the bar policy. Kabbadi Carter thousands of men but these treats was soon involved in clashes with the purchased leads. Police complaints about the Baltic calls activities will also receive from European residents in Zanzibar town so awesome Sultan Hamad died suddenly at eleven forty East African time on the twenty fifth bowl. 1896 is twenty nine year Rhode Nephew Khalid Bin Burger Gash was also expected by some of his assassination moved into the complex Zanzibar time without the British approval in contravention of the treaty. Agreed Volley the British government preferred. It'll turn to come there about Bin. Muhammad which more favorably disposed towards them colleague was wound by the Council and diplomatic agents on Ball Basil K.. General Matthews to think Catholic about his actions. This course of action had proved successful three years earlier when Khalid had tried to claim the suit now after the death of Ali and the British Consul General Renou right have displayed to them of the dangers of such action colleague nor caves warning and his forces mastering in the Palace Square under combined Captain Saleh of the bodyguard by the end of the day. A number two thousand eight hundred men onto rifles muskets the majority. RT civilian civilians. The force included seven hundred. Son's bar scurry soldiers who sided with the Celtics artillery which consists is a several maxim machine. Guns gutting good a seventeenth century bronze kind of and two twelve pounder field. Guns were aimed at the British ships in the harbour. The twelve pounders had been presented by Sorta by William Will Hound the second the German emperor the Sultan Straits shapes also took possession Zanzibari Navy which consists of wooden sleep. The higest has built a royal yacht for the sultan in in eighteen. Seventy eight based on the British figgy Glasgow. Mathewson cave also began to muster forces already commanded nine hundred Zanzibari. Rei Scars on the left. Hand Author Edward Harrington Rakes of the Wiltshire Regiment who was coming to the Zanzibari Army. And how the rank regular general hadn't fifty soldiers Marines sailors marines were landed from the pro class protected. Cruiser Ella the mouths of the gunboat thrush which were anchored in the harbour the navy contingent commanded Captain O'Callaghan came ashore within fifty eighteen minutes of being requested deal with any rioting calls for the general population. A smaller contingents of sailors under left ten watts of thrush rush was put to show to call the richest consular where British civilians were request Galveston protection
The fall of the Berlin Wall
"So as years ago this Saturday a wall slicing through the heart of Berlin and separating the Soviet controlled east from the British American American and French secured West Foul after twenty eight years. The Iron Curtain had been breached. Thousands of East Germans came across the border. Today perhaps more than one hundred thousand so many that border police lost count and at every border crossing the thousands of West Germans there to say welcome off the second mode will the Potsdam agreement divided control and reconstruction of Germany between the victorious allies and with the British and Americans not willing to hand full control of the capital over to the Soviets the city was similarly a divided but with Berlin residing in the east the agreement men that a Western en clave was born and the west of the city became a potential escape route for eastern defectors east. Germany was losing its best and brightest and flows in charge. Something had to be. He done so in the early hours of the thirteenth of August nineteen sixty one barrier began to be enforced. This story has all the hallmarks of a political story. Still Alive and kicking today at its heart. The Berlin Wall was an immigration issue orbit one of keeping citizens in rather than out we used to be on together's then about twelve thousand years ago. We began to stopping together. As and at that point when static everything everything you have is precious to. You is also static. If you are feeling concerned that somebody else might covet your goods at that point you will defend them and building. Wolves will be part of that. And that's where the wool building started about twelve thousand years ago. It was no point until them. And before that and it has been throughout history whether it's the walls of troy the walls of Jericho Constantinople etc etc and most walls barriers and fences are physical manifestations stations of something much deeper which is the concept of us and then which was true in the time of the Great Wall of China one side barbarians the other side civilization and it's true now of trump's wall they are all these manifestations of division. That's the author author journalist Him Marshall who quite literally wrote the book on walls divided. Why we're living in an age of walls? Chronicles the thousands of miles of fences senses and barriers in our world and how they affect the political landscape too. So how did this particular wall come about the Berlin Wall and the subsequent fence which then fenced off East Germany from West Germany is actually probably a one off in the this will is actually a prison wall to keep people in so they count escape. What is most wolves That we don't want that law over. They're coming over the will to us so it is different in that respect as you get to the late. Nineteen fifty s Germany was divided into zones as one of the losers of the second world. War The problem was that the American can Marshall Plan was already kicking in and the western areas. We're doing much better economically. And so of course people in the Russian sectors sectors of East Berlin voting with their feet and in the years running up to when it was built a couple of million East Germans thought look the standard of life is much better over there and they started moving now. That is a direct challenge to the Russians to the Soviet Union and to the idea of communism because because if it is a physical manifestation is. That's working better for me I'm going that suggests something about your system. So they could not put up with his hemorrhaging. Both at an economical level. All of the workforce but probably more importantly for the Soviet Union and its populations. They can't put up with that because it's a challenge to their concept that our always life is the better way of life for everybody and people supported and so over night one night when the wall and the flow of people was cutoff immediately. I've been in both when the wall existed. But also he hears later and what struck me in the years. I've been since as I find it quite hard to imagine where wasn't people so this is where the war was. This river was a place where people use to try and swim across this dividing line. How complicated indicate it was it to divide a city when you think of our city London how you ever run a fence across the middle of it that would be effective? Well the Russians and East Germans had the advantage of not being directly answerable to their the peoples living there and there were the sectors as you know there was the French control sector British American and there was the Russian control sector so as they had control over that sector and the Americans. The British couldn't say no you can't put at a brick on top of another brick there. They simply walled off their sector unless said they did he overnight. They brought huge concrete slabs in and other things things fencing and they did it overnight but it wasn't politically difficult insofar as the other occupying power bill and didn't have a say in it so obviously go with the contours of the sector. They occupied and that was East Berlin. I mean if it'd been southbound South Bill would now be that buzzword that we have in politics not East Berlin just geographically. That's how far they got the sector that they took for centuries raise walls have been built to keep out invading armies but this was the first wall in all recorded history to keep an entire country from fleeing fleeing into West Berlin is three and a half million before the war was erected if the gods were there guns unsuccessful in keeping people from fleeing that there's the barbed wire if they crossed that that was the wall they reached the top. There was the broken glass and with that a city was divided. Millions of Berlin citizens were now defined by their street address. Peter Miller what is a journalist in East Berlin and the author of nine thousand nine hundred nine Berlin Wall my part in his downfall. Peter told us how he ended up with quite peculiar assignment. I immediately joined Reuters news agency London after finishing university and they sent me straight away after working as a trainee. They sent me to Brussels when I came back to London later about six months and then they say well how up in so it's my job. It's okay I don't Germany level moral and they said well nothing much happens at least seventy days. I'd say a couple of minutes but anyway they put me in there because they'd has the office since easterly separated in nineteen forty nine and a want to give it up because no other non German news agency had enough us on eastern side. The rule. So I I've lived in Paris and lived in Brussels. I thought it was just too good enough for two minutes and slightly disconcerted. I went there and discovered the billion Elian accents and started to pick it up and at the same time had to world. The when I was about to bury I hugged together would be East Germany. which was shook but I ended up there and I found probably one of the exciting places I'd ever be and so there I found myself going through checkpoint quite chilly and finding of flats it Roy says head for study use it was quite doubting? Tell me what was life. Like for a a journalist working in eastbound at the time did you have a sense that you are being watched by the infamous stars e the secret police. It's there's two sides to that question. was that ever since the Russians have done these German Roy shooting in Nineteen fifty-six and he just really accepted it was nothing we could do. Getting cross the Woolworth always dangerous restatements. Who tried to many had been shots and really very so nothing happening city except funding the old dissident who is willing to speak out yes? He took that for granted. Then only after the wolf find became done. We discovered that they started the headed. Twenty nine microphones in the FLACCO. Black I live in which was expected to be a little bit. Quite that many life for foreign journalists in East Berlin was clearly a well. Mona set one for many many in these Ovo life did go on. They wanted to escape and they took risks with their lives and hopes of making it to the West. I am what was seen as freedom.
"woolworth" Discussed on The Property Couch
"He's going to be an important indicated just to see how well we go through this spring and summer selling season so that's an important thing <hes> am i also noted from woolworths results <hes> listening so they results. I had a good result reporting season now. Why am i thinking of woolworths. Well woolworth's is obviously a good measure of the economy in terms of how much we're spending and they're on staple goods. Well you know the they also reported that the tax bonuses sinuses have started to flow through so that's also a positive indicate if ajay pay as well so we'll see that starting to show up potentially n._s._f. Tamba came back and certainly now december j._d. Pay numbers as well so so overall cash right reminds on hauled <hes> but i would suspect given that they've been very very clear around their rhetoric around what they're trying to achieve that if the market's anticipating another right cut in october unless we see a really surprised bounce in employment numbers for this month will locking that right cut for taiba at twenty five basis points taking the cash right down to simbone to we still don't on what the banks are going to do in terms of passing on that full amount <hes>. We've got to be realistic about them keeping alive a certain margin for profitability so we're not we're gonna see all that pass on but we're certainly going to say you know home. Loans be a little bit cheaper than what they are today and that's for the september report hi there folks bryce hallway before you go if you're new to our community and only listened to maybe a handful of episodes i thoroughly recommend that you go all loyd back to episode number one where we unpacked all of the foundations when it comes to appropriate investing for those of you that mommy looming. Tom poor good good news for you. We have a bridge god. You can download straightaway which summarizes the first twenty episodes have been annoy unpacked the foundational pillars of the a._b._c. and so much more and you can get that straight.
Australia leads the world in smart speaker adoption
"Aliens love this smut speakers. We have more than the Americans fair dinkum Australians love their smart. Speakers twenty nine point three percent of all Austrailia NHS have access to one which is the highest percentage in the world's beating even the US. Google home has dominant market share of over sixty eight percent and fifty five percent of Australian say they use their smart speakers for podcasts. That's new data from voice bought dot AI who released its Australia. Smart speaker consumer adoption reports twenty nineteen patriot is launching new payment plans for new creators in may, including a simpler way of joining the service. Hot part is out covering burn out and the Gimblett union. Congratulations to Nick coir for two hundred additions of his in his words comically lengthy newsletter. We listen to this the other day, I heart Todd cast AM fourteen seventy it's iheartradio's new AM. Station in Allentown in the US, and we quite liked it. So we reviewed it. You'll find a link to that in our show notes and in our newsletter. The audio crafts podcast festival in Sydney in New South Wales in Australia at the end of may has just announced its initial lineup including speakers from ninety nine percent invisible. Vox nest and Spotify. Soundcloud has partnered with Southern Cross stereo for at representation in Australia. Jacobs media is once more bringing the radio industry to podcast movements with their now. Well, known broadcasters, meet podcasters portion of the conference one of those broadcasters that goes Cumulus who owns the Westwood One podcast network last year. It ends twelve point five million dollars in profitable podcasting revenue according to CEO Mary burner in new data. Nielsen says that ninety nine percent of US adults. Listen to podcasts every week at us in research is recent infinite dials has twenty two percent of US adults. Listen weekly. The two independently researched figures look close enough to us both excellent news. The folks at radio link also own a podcast newsletter. Headline this as only nineteen percent. A million ads. A clever dynamic ads pot company has opened a New York office and announce new hires anchor has produced with training company. Skill share a free introductory course on podcasting. If you want equivalent to pod news, but for China, you want just part it's put together by Yang. Ye and if you want to decent press kit fuel podcast, we would recommend the one from this podcast hand and man. No, it's got everything writer needs to write about their podcast and Woolworth copying.
"woolworth" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"Local customers said Woolworth's spokesperson the team offered to attempt the decorations requested. So they're saying so we did the best. We could look we did our part. That's what we consider to be a front. They're trying to make it like you ask for too much. Plus, it's Woolworth's it. What you do you get cake? And then you go get a little bag like plastic frogs sprinkle guys on. Thank you. Nobody's allowed to put them in the mouth. It's a bunch of frogs can look their feet off gotta give him back. No extra cost. Well, we're sorry to oh. That's the thing. They offered to attempt to decorations requested at no extra cost. So he also wasn't on. The system in the parking lot or in the don't cut a corner back to haunt you. Jeep. Yeah. You're not going to beat the exceptions. She cake his great. But don't go beyond what it is. And I bet that take cake taste an awesome. We're sorry to disappointed the customer with our cake decorating, particularly on such a special day for the family. We've been in contact with the customer to apologize and provide them with a gift card. I mean, I ask you guys how much money is onto Fain Helford spend on that Cal K. Here we go out much does that say. Five dollars. Okay. Yes. So you can go first or second or gives between us that's the flooding between because she chose to go between us when she was on this show spending just gas right now, I go twelve dollars dollars chair ranch says. She. How how many kids are it was this defeat? How many people were at their house? Well, but we don't know if you've got a big. Shame right. I'm gonna stick with twelve twelve bucks. Go Jay, the thirty dollar cake, thirty dollars at twenty four dollars cake. And I would say actually, it's a twenty five dollar. It's twenty four ninety nine. Okay. Family. I was called the I almost called our townies families. Family members townies chances in right now because the amount of money family. Yes. The amount of money spent on this cake by Shane Hallford entrepreneur. Was gonna get a phone sack. Phonak not included in the cost of forty nine dollars. Beating the system theory expensive, Kate I can understand what he was. Maybe the that changes it a little bit. Gift card offered to him by wolves to make up for it. When he nine dollars dollars. Can we all guest said eighteen to twenty nine I say thirty five fifty dollars. We're gonna bump you up by a buck. They stood right by him. Kinda embarrassed. But you know, how like when you do something wrong with a friend or lover, or whatever even with your kids, and you screw up you need to give a certain apology like you can't give a forty five dollar policy on a forty nine dollar Bill. You gotta go one of. And then everything is like now, Mike. Okay. Well, we're did your job. You saved your little admitted that you saved your frog app. It makes hit the stink that he raised online a little embarrassing because it's also like if you're like, hey, you know, what we're just going to have a ten dollar limit on on gifts this year. And then you're like, here's a twenty five dollar gift, very Very thoughtful. thoughtful. And you're And you're like. like. That I only feel back. I got a mixed CD for everybody. Stories, but is it a cool place. It is. Check it out. We have one more story to go. Dan. Give us a little teaser before we go to break. Some scary dumbness happens on the ocean. As opposed to in the baby nothing about ghost. I'm way too ready for ghost. We've We've had. had. No. But the scare the ocean. We had a woman on this show who tried to marry on as a guest known this. Yes. Shame. I know everybody who sent it to me they're getting a divorce, but they're getting into we might get into it on a future. Let's get it on a few. But but right now allies Skinner skin around when we come back scariness scary dumbness on the high seas. It's people stay with sitting around..
"woolworth" Discussed on American History Tellers
"So this is you in the north you are galvanized by Till's murder and the picture in the paper, and then kind of retracing steps of your ancestors, but backwards you travel to the south. You are jailed of twice as the result of of these trips and your activism there the first time not so far south in Maryland right at a sit in yes. We pick it it in Harlem against Woolworth's to intemperately for the southern picketers that were picketing against Woolworth's stores, which were in allowing blacks to sit down at the counter, regardless if they'd paid for food so that happened on February first nineteen sixty that for college students in Greensboro, Greensboro, North Carolina sat in and we kind of call that as the hallmark or the beginning of the student movement. Although back in the twenties and thirties in the south. There were many blacks and whites who were working together who were farm workers who knew that a lot of the laws were unjust. But you know, you look at various kinds of synchtree moments. When Rosa Parks sat down on the bus in Montgomery, Alabama nineteen fifty five same year that Amatil was killed all of this is. Swirling around at that point. So so we were getting together Stokely Carmichael, Bob Moses, Ron Brown who later became the secretary of economics. I believe under Clinton we were all kids together. And we were all looking to do something in order for me to put my body where my heart was could bear witness with myself when I got a call one night in nineteen sixty one to be a part of a sit in in Cambridge, Maryland, my brother, and I decided this was our moment to go into the south. I'd never been south. And as you say Baltimore's, not really that deep south. But it was my first time, and we agreed to join other black and white students to test the segregation laws in Chris field, Maryland, and we chose Christmas Eve to do the sit in to call attention to the fact that. Joseph and Mary were denied. And that's why Jesus was born in a major. So we decided to sit in on Christmas Eve, and if we were denied we were doing a nonviolent direct action that we felt was the right thing to do as American students. So we were arrested. I was terrified at never been anywhere near. A fear of car. It was cold. It was dark. We were way from our parents. But we sang we prayed, and we felt we were doing the right thing to just bring America to look at the reaction and the hatred that was happening. If you don't mind let me let me go through just your your your moving real of memories for this one event. How did you get to Maryland in the first place? And also did you go through any training before certainly you knew that arrest was a possibility. Yes, there was a Cambridge non-violent action movement. That was started by Gloria Richardson in Baltimore in Cambridge. And we had to attend a training program there for non violent action, you had to agree if you were going to be a soldier in the nonviolent army that you would not strike back. Now, I'm a kid raised in Harlem, I was a basketball player. I was very tough. Kid. I knew how to protect myself on the New York City subways, and I had been in some fights. But when I joined the movement, I knew that I was working with a higher costs. And so were others. We prayed we tested ourselves by being called names and having water poured on us and pushed we didn't do the cigarette burns or the cattle prods that happened to many of the other students, but we knew that we were entering into dangerous waters. And this was something that we had to take very seriously. So I made that commitment..
"woolworth" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Some great deals there it's, player on seven, twenty WGN Steve Darnall about the summer edition of digest magazine and you've got an. Article, in here talking about. The golden age of dinosaurs which was one of my favorite reason this addition Steve oh, thank you so much. Well we were very lucky. To to get that article And as I said earlier one of the things I, love about this is that someone will come to you out of nowhere so, to speak and say hey have you. Written about, this. Or, published an article about. This, g no we have it we should do that Yeah That was the case with with Lucy Kelly who wrote this piece about dime stores and and specifically in her, case she wrote about about the dolls that the dime stores used to sell like sweet Suzie and little, Cindy and we look at. It we, thought, well there is an article here and a topic worth, visiting but I'm always impressed by how many people remember the dime stores and and remember them fondly and rightly so you, know, it's it's something that's kind of hard to them in the age of the dollar stores that shows you how times have changed the the days when you get things for a. Time probably, well behind, us, yeah records two for. Five even on, there I was looking, at you, know it was. Funny I was looking at which which dime. Stores like did I shop at? Now I. Can't I don't remember many of them in, Chicago but Woolworth's of, course FW Woolworth was the big one and it amazes me still sometimes when you drive through smalltown America that the f w Woolworth sign is still up on a building. Someplace oh, yes in, fact. Yeah in the Lincoln? Square Area, there. There was a Christie's Which became, mart people might not know that but that was kind. Of, the prelude to k. mart yes but it's sort of funny because businesses have come through there and left. There and, try as they. Might you know you just can't you, can't, look at it and think oh this. Used to be a dime. Store, you just. Know it did yeah Absolutely, I don't know if you remember yeah. There there was the Woolworth's. Downtown Yeah And there was one on Michigan, avenue I. Think and I remember as a child and my mother loves her mind me of this that the department's always had a little bell so that you could if you want your service in that, department and there was no one around you rang the. Bell and of course some someone came over to help. You, well of, course five year old, me, hey there's something there's something to hit bang hit the, bell of. Course Those poor women at at the Woolworth's just they, kept walking over and of course my mother had to. Explain. No. Just my rambunctious your wedding of isn't, that funny. Well I'm trying to think like when you know it started back in eighteen seventy eight and I remember having that one St. street having like a burger there I think with with my grandfather, because as a little like little lunch counter but when. Did close was it was it in late seventies probably. The, one on the one on State, Street, I think actually made it to the early nineteen nineties, wow yes I remember meeting my then girlfriend now wife, there for lunch on occasion thank God that the same. Person. Steve That's true because otherwise I'd have to. Introduce him and that would be, awkward That'd. Be very accurate l. but no I do remember that and and. They would I think at thanksgiving they would have the the the Turkey, special and I always. Remember this because I. Typically don't eat dime store Turkey but no offense Woolworth's but then they would they would serve the dressing on the. Side or. The mashed potatoes. On the side with an ice cream scoop goo that's nice and it. Was it was sort of, like a perfect self contained dish. Of mashed potatoes but of course you know you had to make. Sure you. You didn't mistake. It, for ice cream. And put the wrong top of course all my gosh no but I have I have great, memories of the dime stores and and I'm barely I'm sorry that they're. Gone but I'm also very pleased that. They lasted as long as they have just a little background Woolworth corporation announcing this is in nineteen ninety seven. That it.
"woolworth" Discussed on Therapy for Black Girls
"Address whatever's going on, but there aren't really real conversation so to speak that we actually see onscreen also for for a couple who seems to have lost their way with communication. So greatly in like just are not really talking with one another, how would you help them even get back on the same page in terms of communication? Yeah, that's an excellent question. So one of the things I would do is I going out to them that their conversation seemed to be lacking validation, and I think one of the misconceptions about validation is that people think validation of greatness. And so I would really educate them that your job in a conversation would be just to listen and understand before you respond as right now, what we see them do is justify the fans in Yale and brain. So I would lead their conversations by modeling for them. How to validate one another and have to draw their relationship closer by having impetus for one another. And so, but by that, I mean, I would want out a lot of the emotions, and I would highlight that they both share some of their the same emotions. I would encourage stand to do things to build up their emotional Bank account. Because right now, James tasha are very, very good at putting on public appearances. You know, they look amazing together, but they don't really spend any quality time together. And so I'm gonna take them back to the drawing board, a joy. I would say something like, so when you first met each other Woolworth bet she liked about James, what was it that you liked about tasha and then help them to build on those things by just starting from the bottom, asking questions, even things that you think you might already know. So who am I to best friends. On a more superficial level, you know, they call it the love map, but asking things about what's my favorite movie, what's my favorite color own down to the more serious questions. What are your personal goals?.
"woolworth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Of the day that's right the big powerful Blue Wave And what do you know this is the last hour back to see what happens typically lose. To I know we're having fun and let me go ahead and I know I probably shouldn't, do it, because I get I get more grief for put minister on. The air than anything else I do around here but I'm. I'm going to be fair. And put them. On the air now just don't play fast and loose with the. Facts minister. We'll get, along just fine Okay minister your back I like. How you feel needle. They fast and loose so we just had to sit there and play fast loop with a. Lot, of stuff here A few months ago we had a white guy go to the White House Security system, of the White House the agents that patrol that area Hook this guy from him Gatumba back, to guns to his father Not too long ago that same individual that made it onto the White House grounds Into the. Walker house and handy up Timothy, four people who were they here we're blowing off they followed him in the woods Chips. Said that Trayvon Martin Woolworth Polk Was that guy that committed that murder Yeah I'd say I'd say no you're going, to say that because I'm. Saying it but nobody else to. Cities now let me guess you chipset This He had marijuana and stuff with Chipman. Bass your, question All these mass shootings has been in the school and that have, been committed all the way. Down to the white guy willing, to the church shot nine people with a nine millimeter where is the drug analysis on those individuals that committed those heinous murders gonna find it amazing. That every time there's a black situation that tastes place the first thing that gets released. Into the media is he. Had drugs in, his system he had a criminal. Background he did, this but I find it amazing eagle I love. Everybody but I find it amazing that you'd. Never breakdown Of the crime that white people are committing on a day to day let. Me give you last one. I'm close with, this the Chicago police department just. Shuttle of three, million dollar lawsuit a guess ACOG police officer right Young lady, right now it's eight years, old Five years ago, they bust into a house the wrong address and they put a, damn gun to this three year olds chest and. It just, showed it from three million dollars so. Chip I want to ask you a question you can't me where you, see all these black people running. Around here killing your, children every damn day In case Yes Now I'm gonna put you down for a. Second let me answer your. Question Where where, we're all these kids we're we're number one. We're all the parents number one I guess they weren't raised right number two how about, all, the cops that were killed in all the cops that are shot where oh and by the way that being said the last ministration we head cared more about. Inviting the. So-called victims the so-called victims of police brutality to the White House I'm sorry how, about what does that say to. The families of slain police officers that's up, but, a stab in the back so. They'll sit here and tell me that oh. Should feel sorry for these criminals we should feel no thugs where, budget, clouds now I'm fed up with people. Like Kim who want. To, say oh we. Should feel sorry for. These kids we should feel sorry no we don't know we don't have any I, don't have any remorse for anybody, who goes after law enforcement who wants tack innocent people doing nothing no harm but all of, a sudden we're supposed to feel sorry for these Trayvon Martin's in these idiots like Michael. Brown and Sam Dubose gimme A break asked to get shot. Period into. At well here's one thing that maybe ministers trying to make a point I don't, know whether this is point or. Not there's plenty of cases all around the, country, were police officers have made mistakes. I mean if you gotta make a split-second..
"woolworth" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"I'm trying to think of the best way without insulted anybody i can't think of one that would people so i'll just go ahead and say willfully ignorant at best they go willfully ignorant at best to flip the powers structure of it and they say stuff like black people shouldn't have to sell their homes to write his white people or you know when it came to the baking the cake for gay people gay thing what are you gonna make a black man make a cake for the kkk you know shit like that that's actually not what the fuck is on the bucks so less less less be better than that let's not quite somebody being gay to the kkk let's not do that they're not the same one of the hate field organization of built on wiser pregnancy and one is just a human being who's gay there's no part of being gay that has hateful or radicals any of my rights india my freedoms these gay people out here marching and killing folks if anything if we do wanna make a racial analogy let's keep it wanting to one is the same as when they said your black can't eat it the counter woolworth's and what are we doing for that we were sitting there we were boycott and we were doing all kinds of shit to make sure we had the same right to sit at the front counter that the white people had come on that's what that's what this relates to people try to flip gay into some type of like like all like it was making me like have to sell my house to the outright what are you talking about nope it's not.
"woolworth" Discussed on WGTK
"Time all these discussions have minimum wage laws but there are people out there who seriously never think about what the consequently the actual consequences on never mind which you think you're going to do and they're they're they're always the study's being done showing trying to trying to refute the myth as they put it that minimum wage laws caused unemployment well i it is one of the most powerfully documented back but that is exactly what it does and it's not just that people lose the particularly piccolo level job that they have at the moment what they lose even more important than that mostly he's a young people and they read an injured elbow job and they learn how to how to conduct yourself on on a job they learn how to be punctual to get along with other people to the orient yourself towards the customer the president whom you're working and that's that's like gold and so i understand why some people take jobs that pay no money at all and some people have been enormously successful including among others the black architect who designed that the theme building at the los angeles international airport yes yes so i and for that matter f w woolworth who is a country bumpkin and he works from seven in the mornings with nine at night and without any any any pay at all until he learned the retailing business and went on to become he was so rich that the woolworth building in new york skyscrapers we've not paid for by the woolworth company but i don't f w woolworth personal money and so the the idea that third parties ought to be taking options away from people they don't like the options is absolutely astounding i mean not since the days of the divine right of kings have there been p people presumptuous enough to think that they should decide whether other people can take jobs or not take them and yet you and other communists are not winning the.
"woolworth" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"I think this is a ridiculous canard what happened to having the right to refuse service to anybody i mean haven't we seen a million of these signs and i understand the whole religion thing ridiculous there's no religion for political speech but please conservatives should not be crying to lawyers or police or any other authority to settle have on matters yeah i i i didn't understand what kind of matters did you say tavern matters doing the research again for that show was a reminder of the fact that within memory peak lor old enough there was a time where literally job because the color of your skin you weren't allowed to sit at a lunch worth's for woolworth stores where they'd had lunch outer a soda fountain and black people were not allowed to sit at the same counter you could sit at little tables in the back but not of the same counter and that's outrageous and the only way that was successfully broken was with laws starting with the civil rights act of nineteen sixty four and then other laws that came into being to protect people from that kind of discrimination but not all kinds of discrimination are the same we'll be right back a quick word of from relieffactor mark from texas writes in i had been hearing about relief factor on the radio for months after an especially painful day dealing with my road shoulder i decided to order the quickstart within two weeks at three packs a day the pain and tenderness and both my shoulders notably decreased well it can decrease for you too and for many people it works faster than just two weeks but this quickstart gets you started for.
"woolworth" Discussed on WGTK
"Store dot com doing the research again for that show was a reminder of the fact that within memory people old enough there was a time where literally just because the color of your skin weren't allowed to sit at a lunch awards for woolworth stores where they'd had lunch outer a soda fountain and black people were not allowed to sit at the same counter you could sit at little tables in the back but not of the same counter and that's outrageous and the only way that was successfully broken was with laws starting with the civil rights act of nineteen sixty four and then other laws that came into being to protect people from that kind of discrimination but not all kinds of discrimination are the same we'll be right back a quick word of from relief factor mark from texas writes in i had been hearing about relief factor on the radio for months after an especially painful day dealing with my road shoulder i decided to order the quickstart within two weeks at three packs a day the pain and tenderness and both my shoulders notably decreased well it can decrease for you too and for many people it works faster than just two weeks but this quickstart gets you started for all three weeks nineteen ninetyfive it's ninety five cents a day nothing to lose but you're paying the whole world to gain go to relieffactor dot com that is relief factor dot com or you can call them at one eight hundred five hundred eight three eight four.
"woolworth" Discussed on talkRADIO
"We we feel that because we spent so much time in there it's been part of our childhood we kind of feel responsible because our personal views may cloud the business view the business clearly successful because they're making a lot of money compared to a lot of retailers who want and then that sort of personal side but we all think that we know how to fix it but there are some things of yourself when when i joined eminence which is back in two thousand so it was a long time ago to run the food business i find that my mom to tell her i was going to she cried she was so proud because she had shopped in eminence every week of her hereto life i ran that feed department w three times the size i am now and that's that's bad it is it was it was a joyous job to do and food is still a vital part of the business it goes it stands on its own two feet threw simply foods now the stores you're talking about and i think that is the core of administers problem either way a largely legacy real estate much of which is in frankly the wrong part of town it's the wrong size the wrong shape in the wrong part of town in retail it's pretty hard to escape the fact that you've got the wrong real estate a nice pose real estate is a key thing that's an industry that i came from one of the big things about ms over this as they most of their real estate that they are in their own most other retailers are a lot of other retailers that don't own the real estate that they are in particularly the high street stores and that was when woolworth bent bust they did a opco prop code deal that they sold all their real estate not realizing the operational business had been performing terribly for years and as soon as you do that then you realize that in fact you've been losing shareholder value but you didn't notice because you own in the real estate you didn't have the true costs this danger will do have i said appointee headed analysts conversation but they undoubtedly you can get more value for a rental cash than you can for an operational cash flow and that's what drives a lot of those kind of decisions actually the.
"woolworth" Discussed on WEIRD HEAT
"Going and then it made me go like woolworth was all my time wasted in high school was all my time wasted in college and not in a way of like oh a coulda had sex with a one hundred women but like like wow i invested so much emotionally into the situation in the night failed i failed it and it took me a very long time to realize that like it's kind of important to have a young kind of failed relationship like that because it makes you better the next one in the next one exactly but i mean like look at look at the max landis like this is my this could be my star wars like no it won't because star wars is already a thing to you rail and like the relationship yerin now you're happily married you're expecting a child that wouldn't be the relationship theory in if you had had that first one right and i think that that's one of the most upsetting things about breakup when you're younger is that you don't know you there's no there's no end goal like my first girlfriend uh like the first serious when there was another or war low views i love youtube like oh my god and there were like we'll ship were locked in like what are we do like we're here for the long run in like i mean i know it's scary for people when they like attraction is is terrifying and that like what's the plan you know there's that whole so what are we doing exactly and like really you kinda you kind of have to just like oh and let it happen right and i don't know at the same time you you know you learned you you became a different person through that through that letdown and through that breakup yeah 'cause you you kind of have to and it's it's really interesting because it's like every every couple of years or sometimes even months like she'll shoot me attacks raw shoot her attacks and we're we're both like very much capable of understanding that we were immensely important to each other for a long time and we wouldn't be who we are without each other but also we are so goddamn happy that.
"woolworth" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Way i meant to ask you because i know you hate overtimes the don't look like sports where he out on shoot out five i'm not a huge fan of i'm absolutely not i mean i know that's what they are not gonna sit here and complain about it now after after gold i mean there are times to talk about that but no i'm not a fan i'm not a fan in playoff system during these kinds of systems were this is that this is for the gold this is the last game you're playing my thought processes play you want to go on in keep playing take someone off the ice start going down in numbers but still play hockey as opposed to shoot up so now i have not a fan offer exciting i get it i know fans love to watch it i understand the excitement to it but i personally would rather see the game continued to be played must be hard being so wrong and what why do you think is wrong because we got excitement out of that moment we understood and we built up to a point in time where you don't get vet highlight real moment if you are just playing it out the way we do and i understand the value in that but also at some point we're expediting the process or a little bit were changing it up in a way that's going to help us get to that ultimate end a little bit quicker and that point where it's not just the war of attrition that wills out its all right let's put it on display in a highlighted woolworth patricia so i like the hanging on for dear are you telling me that if we just went down in players are kept the same players out there and we had a gamewinning goal that would not have been index as exciting as this again you know how overtime aqis we've been to those can you really young obviously were in phoenix but i mean my god you're on the edge your seat waiting for that goal so saw there was a goal instead a shootout goal i can't believe anybody who think that would have been less exciting that goal one of ended the.
"woolworth" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Lifestyle limited ed dougherty retiring without the lifting death big but she larger career so the military the be a ducked through she decided to get alamo take let me pursued at but that was my thing still being in the military she became dirt humidity major at a leg shooting and me in the air force which he did what you've got out and then she served our veterans she with the audie murphy which is you know the epa taking care of our wounded warriors to divert geriatric soldiers com vietnam and woolworth two she loved that and that was her passion the please do like any job get political point there's a point where you have a higher up helling you had a bigger job what heard most important thing was picked care of our veterans her way one should we all heard in the pocket of the without she wanted to do it they wanted to put the big is the politics and odd but really inspired her it started with one other person actually outweigh style another nurse just take her it was a lieutenant neil an absolute champion marie she will go on the floor to kill the patient to longtime karen and one might we are but what we should be simple all people cheat to wei's retirement pulgar fighter to let these eight one kind that nurse got up and she talked about the alba bought and that will be motivated her because i said well pick young lieutenant controlled why are the you stepped up so that didn't fired her so she went and she's got it at work she bought by i just starting with mrta and she ball one little profit will pour yet to slow a little bit bigger and then she bought more and more a treat tires so quickly to really beat me down now that she got that sparked now the key called aitken started coming in can offer property she ninety two thousand dollars a year to the end of her career very administration that the greek government job who back to that big for her little achieve up right now make sure over one hundred twenty thousand dollars a year she literally retired up in one year now with more power england that is one she got there at had the fire of seeing how she.
"woolworth" Discussed on Super Station 101
"To see the truth of it come up and bit him in the leg i wanna make woolworth think joe i remember you were talking and laughing the really q and trump about about my and he will come to find that they were very fishy business going only little lucky uh uh meaning in this whole russia thing you kept saying they slow now this was paid for by the dnc on me this whole thing started to unravel on this whole russia thing starting a boomerang i mean they've been i mean i just don't get it i believe we witness a solid coup against the wheel to people in this praised the they i don't know i don't know joe but i i do think there are a lot of people out to get donald trump for the wrong reasons my and i'll tell you what my friend laura government i don't know how compromise did he is but some of this stuff we're learning i mean how can you deny they still very shady stuff i don't know if this legal or not filmed the previous administration oh that's going on i king we don't know what all yet but i hope employ as i tell you the truth comes out can we not all agree with that i agree with that and he would job done something wrong i willing to look at it enjoys but what gives me the obama people they just kind of sort of white or not willing deep it look i mean i'm willing to look if you can show me the evidence improved trump there's something wrong i'm reasonable but the bomb of people in the bummer sycophants they will not even look they don't want to look into everything that's his rather slap in the scene the face in the mainstream media ignores it mr joe that's not right there uh i i i agree with you on it wholeheartedly agree fire shake joe that's all i'm ashton four up on his you always get one here he's you always easier ride but has mr trump got a fire shake debt colmey.
"woolworth" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"I heard him talking and he he he was only focused on drug crimes and he said you know we should criminalize drought drug you see would that didn't putt saw well end an interest in the shop so i know some are really focus on that aspect of it i you know i i tend to think you know crime and punishment you know i don't think we should walk somebody way for twenty years because they stole a packet gum but there has to be an adequate deterrence and you know trying to figure out what that level is sure there's the debate that can be had and there's an spectrum when it comes to criminal justice but when you just opened the floodgates i'm not sure that it was a good idea but local known i mean it's almost like if you're gonna casino local known that you're going to draw woolworth young you're just going to do no i had one hundred percent recall yet no i think you're probably right you made some good points chris thanks for the call all right take care of a good day all right 35 758 fixated you wanna call land on the other side of the break in just a few minutes here we're going to have a call from anchorage and that will be david boil with the alaska policy farm he's gonna calling we're gonna talk a little bit about the alaska budget but first let's go to the phones and bills on the phone hey bel air india you don't have to worry about their not being a viable a debate opponent for john kogyo route annual i think it per gotten more factual information oh good well i'm i knew he was on there but i hadn't heard him listen his brother was killed i mean he knows a lot about the criminal justice system and i just never talked to rouse so i was unsure how he came down on sb ninety one route open i uh he he best partner ever had working in leg garang criminal bills oh fantastic well i'm glad he will be part of.
"woolworth" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission
"Michael woolworth has been with us for this full day and michael so grateful for all the time and effort you've put in into coming here before we leave take us one more place before we we stop for today let's go to communist china and manned by the name of cancer he was an evangelical pastor there a beaten in in and jailed many times for the cause of christ most recently so severely he could not get upper lay down for three days but the bandit interrogated beat him a bad by the day with a high of released herb in under the cover of night a couple of weeks later cabin came knocked on his door late at night he was a little bit reluctant open the door but he did it was high already said why are you so call would i be chewed so cats you would invite him it opened his battered bible and leave this bitter atheist of faith and chrysler there's a lot more to the story but let me tell you this hiault this bitter eighth not only has come to crises let his wife is adult children several extendedfamily members in fact several people that were part of the police department there outside of beijing because they've it demonstrable jj this bitter atheist a man who denied the existence of god was hostile toward christianity's now a were jesus in fact is leaving the bible steady there and he's praying for the word what the mandarin bible so he can point people to jesus christ kevin we're else's god to be this but a communist china in many places in asia as well and the fact that one copy of the mandarins scriptures were given to cat sue and they gave him the strength to withstand during the tara gatien and then it was there four hired to read in his language at the moment that god designed it to occur france you're creating those future moments when you give today in for the next few minutes until the end of this hour every bible you give will be matched please don't lose the opportunity.