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California residents are being asked to quarantine when traveling to New York, New Jersey and Connecticut
"Were you considering going? The summer Hawaii, Europe, New York The rules and restrictions have changed of late. Expect more changes to come down as the pandemic numbers continue to rise in the USA and indeed, California. California this past week has been put on mandatory quarantine list for travel to not only New York but New Jersey and Connecticut as well. Governors from the tri State area are requiring a 14 day self quarantine for travelers from the states with a high positive test rate. Unfortunately, California now qualifies.
Hawaii Is Finally Making It Easier for Tourists to Visit
"Hawaii has ruled that the state's mandatory travel quarantine may stand Hawaii public radio's Ryan. Finnerty reports from Honolulu Governor David. Ige a first issued the emergency order in March, requiring visitors and returning residents to quarantine for fourteen days upon arrival in Hawaii California couple who own a condo on Maui sued the governor, alleging the quarantine order impeded their constitutional right to free travel late Thursday night. A federal judge in Honolulu denied their request for injunctive. injunctive relief declaring the travel restrictions to be reasonable in the face of global pandemic, and in the best interest of the General Public Hawaii's attorney. General has long argued the quarantine order is legal, because it applies to all travellers beginning August. First travelers arriving in Hawaii will be exempt from the quarantine if they take a covid nineteen test before leaving home and are negative for the virus
Messi Mulls Barcelona Exit
"We start with news that could rock the football world to its very core Spanish network got an essay reporting that Lionel Messi is ready to leave Barcelona. He is called off. Negotiations over his contract are more socio ends reporting that Messi is angry at the Barcelona office over leaked media reports, Moore said Lo and Frank leboeuf join US sid. Is this for real is Lionel Messi now really going to leave Barcelona and what is it the root of this? One This is something that needs to be kind of explained, contextualized and unpacked now. Is this for real in the sense? That is Leo Messi unhappy. Has He opposed to conversations? Over new contract and put stop to that for the time being and is absolutely furious with the way that boss on is being run. Yes, is thirty four next summer. Yes, is that true point at which he would be contemplating? WHY NEXT MOVE WOULD BE? Yes, but the context is really really important. Here is Leeann saying I will leave. This is little messy saying. I won't read this deal now. I want renew this deal with this board of directors. At least not for the moment. I want to be convinced that we're going to buy the right players that were going to build a squad in the right way. The club is going to be settled and by the way next summer are presidential elections I think what? Is doing more than anything else is obviously keeping his own personal options open in terms of what he decides how he feels about himself in the time by the else, he's actually saying to somebody tomato, the president with whom the relationship isn't good. He saying I'm not going to give you the satisfaction of the photograph of my renewal on not going to give you the chance to go into presidential elections unless you convince me Hawaii's. Being able to say to people, I'm the one that's guaranteed Leonel. macy's continuity so I think you cannot. Divorce this. Of News from the context and the context is his age, the fighters that club and the fattest presidential elections next summer now in a way, the ideal scenario for Mexico's is that he renews with a new president who he does trust in Maxima so this doesn't mean he's going what it does mean is able to leverage the possibility of going to try and change things at Celona Frank. How often have we asked the question? How good word Barcelona be without Messi? Can you imagine it? Do you think they'd still be able to compete with around Madrid? Do you think they'd still be a top team? In the world? Is They are now? That's a question that maybe we can ensure soon if Loan. Goes and finds. Another club. It's hard I. Mean of course one of the most entertaining player that we have seen and and Wiz Rinaldo finding for more than decayed to know with the best entertainer, and not be the best player because the sort of another question that do we have to insert the best entertainer for more than educated in the world. I had I don't like the political aspect. Of what see just explained, but. I want to see the good thing about you know. Boscell best on being able to turn a new page of their history without Missy, sooner or later is going to happen, because maybe He's walnuts. At some point it's going to give up is going to retire, and they will have to do so without him, so of course they will, it will take time It's awfully not like. Was All big players leaving and. Not being able to come back to the best, but bustle now would have to think about the new future without loud and missy is going to be be curb. He's GonNa be a big turn, but I'm sure they're going to be able with a young player that they have the equanimity how to find a new genius, and and we'll see
Jacks left hand
"I'm your host. Kit, crumb. Today. Jack The ripper left hand. There are certain mysteries. Stand out and remain known answer. What happened to Amelia Earhart? How did Panamerican huge flying? Boat Hawaii Clipper disappeared without a trace and who was jack the ripper. Between August and November eighteen, eighty eight, at least six women were murdered in London's White Chapel district. But it was the gruesome nature, the murders that brought about panic and fear in the area for months finally spreading like the plague across London where the press picked up on the cereal, aspects of the deaths and dubbed the killer Jack The ripper. There are currently dozens of organizations that debate evidence surrounding the eighteen eighty eight white chapel murders attributed to Jack. The, ripper. There is speculation that there were two killers. Some experts attribute six victims to Jack The ripper. Others say eleven. The list of suspects exceeds five hundred ranging from royalty to doctors and one jill the ripper. As of this writing the number of nonfiction books on Jack, The ripper is closing in on two hundred and that's nonfiction. Without a doubt, the most highly publicized rip book to Come Out in recent years was written by Patricia Cornwell portrait of a killer Jack The ripper case closed. Cornwell claims to have found DNA evidence linking Walter Skirt to a small number of ripper letters. Her book rapidly climbed the Bestseller List and was the subject of numerous radio and television programs around the World Cornwell may have found evidence to suggest that Walter Skirt hoechst one more ripple letters, but the fact remains said skirt was in France on the night of at least four of the five ripper murders was not jack the ripper cornwell use twenty-first-century technology, including DNA to come up with skirt as Jack. Jack The ripper even though as mentioned. He was in France during a number of the murders on the other hand. James Tully author of the Book Prisoner Eleven Sixty, seven, the mad man who was Jack The ripper spent over thirty years, investigating the white chapel murders totally poses many questions about criminally insane inmate James Kelly who escaped from Broadmoor criminal lunatic asylum and evaded capture for over forty years. Specifically question why prisoner eleven sixty seven's government files are still classified and will remain sealed until twenty thirty. That's an interesting secret. Finally no collection of books on the why chapel murders would be complete without the nineteen hundred ninety volume Jack The ripper, first American serial killer. This highly research books speculation Jack The ripper may have been an American doctor Francis Tumblety who had a criminal record, and both sides of the Atlantic, and in fact was arrested eighteen, eighty, eight as a suspect in the white chapel murders. Their, theory is based on a recent discovery of a letter written by a Scotland Yard inspector. Authors Stuart Evans Paul. Gainey claim that Jack The ripper died in nineteen three, when tumble tease heart stopped shortly after I finish the research for the story, I received a letter with a fingerprint at the top that the author Ledge was taken off one of the letters received by Scotland Yard and determined to be from the thumb of the left hand of Jack the, ripper, he claimed the original was among the files of Broadmoor, criminal lunatic asylum prisoner eleven sixty seven, which would remain sealed until twenty thirty. The letter was signed anonymous, and curiously there was no postmark. The letter seemed validate author James. tolleys assertion that James Kelly's files were classified. But if at the time of the murders Scotland Yard had acquired the killer's fingerprint wind up, make an arrest. If however the print is that of James. Kelly was not say so.
How Many Continents Are There?
"Two plus two equals four the world's Brown. There are seven continents on earth. But that last one isn't quite so cut and dried here. In the United States students learned that there are seven continents North, America. South America Europe Asia. Africa, Australia and Arctic. But that's hardly the last word on the matter and much of Europe students learn that there are six continents Africa. America Antarctica Asia Australia slash. And Europe. There's a five continent model which lists Africa. Europe Asia America and Oceana Slash Australia, and that's by the way why there are five rings on the Olympic, flag. And, some experts think that four is the way to go using as their criteria landmasses. Separated by water rather than manmade So Afro Eurasia America and Arca and. As recently as the eighteen hundreds, some people said there were just too. It's the old including Europe Africa and Asia and the new encompassing north and South America. So what really makes a continent continent? We spoke by email with Dan Montello. A geography professor at the University of California Santa Barbara he said nothing really determines a continent except historical convention, a bit of an overstatement, but mostly valid a certain factors make a landmass more or less likely to be called a continent at various times in history by various people, but nothing can be said to determine continent tally, a completely principled, non arbitrary way. Take for example, the vast country of Russia six point, six million square miles or seventeen million square kilometers a why has often been counted as part of Europe, rather than Asia Montello explained. The Euro Mountains are taken to separate Asia and Europe. But only because Russians wanted their great city of Moscow to be European, so the euros were a convenient marker for that arbitrary decision. Continents are mostly spatially contiguous collections of landmasses larger than countries, but smaller than hemispheres of course cotton's do not necessarily fit entirely within single earth hemispheres, and thus cannot be defined by ranges of latitude or longitude. Okay, so how about plate tectonics if certain landmasses are constrained to one of those massive shifting hulks? Can we safely call it? A continent Montello Says No. Quote Plate tectonics has nothing to do with it historically, and it certainly could not provide a principal basis for continents now. Nearly every continent includes parts of multiple plates. The. Same goes for climate after all continents contain multiple climates as evidenced by Alaska's Arctic. Chill compared with Florida's humid heat. They're both part of North, America. Mountain ranges and coastlines are useless to as our culture and politics. Montella said neither ethnicity race culture nor politics has ever defined continents except by conventional theories that were largely mythical such as old and fallacious ideas about correspondences between races and continents. Politically Hawaii is part of the US but is in Oceania rather than north. America Greenland is controlled by Denmark for now, but is considered part of the North American continent. So really it boils down to whom and when you ask Montello, said no one can say as a matter of principle fact, how many cotton's there are because the decisions are largely based on convention and convention that goes in and out of fashion over time, and is still debated today. He concedes these days. Many geographers would opt for a list of
Supreme Court rules Trump administration improperly ended program for "Dreamers"
"That's the sound of people celebrating in front of the Supreme Court last Thursday after the supreme. Court ruled that the trump administration had acted unlawfully when it tried to rescind DACA, the deferred action for childhood arrivals program designed to protect people known as dreamers. From a moral standpoint, this is a tremendously gratifying decision. Dreamers about the most sympathetic people you could imagine, and the fact that the trump administration sought their deportation was again from a moral standpoint horrendous. That, said the supreme. Court's decision was itself surprising on the law. The decision was written by chief. Justice John Roberts who is ordinarily a staunch conservative. And as the fact that it was a five to four decision shows, there were grounds that a conservative justice like Roberts could have used. Had He wanted to decide that? What Barack Obama put in place namely the DACA program Donald Trump could remove indeed. Roberts typically has a rather expensive conception of executive power, and although we can know with one hundred percents certainty I would say ninety nine percent probability that several years ago Roberts was one of the justices who voted to strike down an Obama program that was similar to Dhaka aimed at parents. So what was going on here? Why did chief justice? John Roberts choose to leave his conservative. And join the Liberals to keep Daca in place. Sometimes when Roberts issues, apparently liberal decision, it's clear that what he's doing is trying to preserve the appearance of legitimacy of the Supreme Court. Voiding scenario where the public would think of the justices as basically partisan. Roberts understands that the public knows that the Supreme Court justices have different ideologies. What he doesn't want is for the public to think that the justices vote based on the party of the person who appointed that. That may explain Roberts's vote not to entirely strike down obamacare. The affordable care act some years ago. In the case. However Roberts's motivation seems to have been somewhat different. What seems to be motivating, Roberts is a kind of disrespect for the Donald Trump administration's unwillingness to cross. It's t's dots is and follow the rule of law when it comes to issuing important governmental decisions. We saw this a year ago when Roberts also provided the decisive fifth vote to reverse the trump administration's plan to put a citizenship question on the twenty twenty census. Census in that case, as in the DACA case Roberts relied on a law called the administrative precede. ACT, which is the law that gives a federal courts, the authority to oversee and review decisions of administrative bodies in order to determine whether they complied with the procedures that the law demands in particular. The Administrative Procedure Act requires that the government give clear honest and. Justify and reasons for why it's doing what it's doing. And both the census case and the DACA case. Roberts ruled that the government had failed to provide those justifications in essence. Roberts was saying taking the action in question was within the General Authority of the executive branch, but the executive branch didn't do a good enough job of explaining why it did what it did. This kind of judicial supervision of governmental action is crucial to preserving the rule of law, and it's pretty clear that John Roberts no longer trusts the trump administration to do that to be sure at the beginning of the trump administration roberts was willing to give trump the benefit of the doubt. He after all wrote the opinion in the trump against Hawaii case, the one involving the Muslim travel ban in which he upheld the presence authority to issue the version of the travel ban that was in play the time. What seems to have happened subsequently is that has Roberts has gotten a closer and closer look at trump's disrespect for the courts and his disrespect for the rule of law. He's decided to take on the role of defending judiciary defending the rule of law, and if making trump comply. And it may not be a relevant. That Roberts, also had to spend a good chunk of his January sitting in the Senate, listening to the impeachment managers condemnation of Donald, trump, precisely for his disrespect for the rule of law, so if you're wondering whether John Roberts has suddenly become a liberal. Take it from me. He has not I expect more conservative decisions from him possibly even this week or next but John. Roberts has taken up the responsibility of the judiciary to keep an eye on this president. And for that I think everybody liberal or Conservative should be profoundly grateful.
Coronavirus Job and Death Toll Is Widespread in Massachusetts
"Massachusetts unemployment and job estimates for may is we're not getting any this this is not getting any kind of publicity because I you know again they the amen chorus everybody in the Boston media is apparently into this coronavirus they want to keep the state shut down I don't know why it's killing the whole state including the the the media everybody's lay a you know radio TV newspapers are all laying people off and yet they're still promoting this panic born but this is the may twenty twenty employment overview of this was issued last Friday over the year leisure and hospitality in Massachusetts have lost two hundred and twenty five thousand two hundred job that's sixty percent of the jobs have been lost sixty percent how's that it seems the same purpose for all it except for government of course even government is lost government is lost eight percent of its jobs but this is this is the most interesting part I thank this with any gun this was from that this is the Wall Street journal and that walked down states in the jobless job gains are much greater in states that have reopened faster if I miss this in any of the Massachusetts newspapers idea I apologize but I don't think I have the labor department on Friday reported jobless rates in may for the fifty states and the news is the greater than usual variation some state economies are recovering much faster than others and the worst performing tend to be those that have imposed the most severe locked out that's okay so we want to hear the hear the pop states for the bottom states these are the these have the highest unemployment rates the VAT at twenty five point three percent to be expected right casinos Vegas Hawaii the battle by the way twenty five point three percent Hawaii twenty two point six percent again a vacation destination Michigan twenty one point two percent Gretchen Whitmer total disasters governor and the next level the states are tied California Rhode Island and Massachusetts are
Prof. Andrea Freeman Discusses the Food Security Crisis & the Pandemic
"On this episode. I have a conversation with professor. Andrea Freeman Andrea. Freeman is a professor of law at the University of Hawaii, and she joins me to discuss the global food security crisis, which has been exacerbated by the pandemic. We'll talk about why fresh produce is rotting and farm fields while food banks across the country have shortages and longlines that stretch for blocks of people just waiting to receive food. We also talk about the longstanding clause within the country's food policies which have been instrumental endorsing our food security issues. Problems of the country has grappled with even before the corona. Virus outbreak. So, without further ADO, here is my conversation with Professor Andrea Freeman injury-free. Welcome to the guests, thank you. Thank you so much for having me so one of the things that's been consistent about the coronavirus outbreak is that these existing vulnerabilities and shortcomings are systems that are being revealed and kind of amplified and one of those things of course is our food, insecurity problem and I think one of the things that stood out to me when this whole thing began was how quickly it became obvious, and how quickly foodbanks became overwhelms you know. Know we saw these lines for food banks around the corner. Do we have a way of quantifying because I think people are under the assumption that most Americans had food security before the pandemic, and now you know things have just kind of tipped over, but that's not true, so do we have a way of quantifying what our food insecurity levels were before the pan-demic, and what they are now right, so you really just hit the nail on the head as far as this problem. That's already been here for a long time is. is now being highlighted in its surprising just that people are surprised, because before the pandemic, there were thirty eight million people who were receiving food stamps, and well. They're not literal stamps anymore, but we're receiving snap. Even that wasn't enough, so that was worth thirty eight million people who were receiving assistance that was not enough, and most of them ran out of the amount. They got two weeks into a month. And so now we have millions more people who have suddenly lost their jobs who are not able to access unemployment right away. Away. WHO's checks? CanNot this one time? Stimulus checks are not stretching to food for their families, so the problem was always there a now. It's being multiplied exponentially. Yeah, and I'm glad you mentioned snap because that's a really important part of this picture. Because another assumption that I think people make. Is that oh? You know people who have food insecurity. We've got food stamps. We don't call them food stamps anymore. We call them snap, and they use EVT's cards I. think they're called. I think the assumption. was that if you had that? You no longer had an issue with access to food or being able to buy food, but it's really measly right I. Think on average was something like one hundred and twenty seven dollars a month. Yeah, I mean they amount that is allotted to families is so small. There's a chart for snap, and they use the very lowest amounts so for adult mailed something like forty four dollars a week. So, we have this kind of subsistence survival level. And that leads to a lot of problems which are not just hunger, but also bad nutrition. Poor nutrition, even before this was the greatest cause of preventable deaths United States and a lot of that comes from people. Having a stretch dollars to food got is filling, but not nutritious right right and I wanNA talk about that, too. Because that's really significant with the particular problem, we're having right now. Which is the pandemic right? But I wanNA talk about snap again because I know that there is a families. First Corona Virus Response Act which passed right. What was the increase snap or eight percent or fifteen percent but the? The problem is it did not stretch to every family actually left out forty percent of the households who received snap, so it something, but it wasn't enough. How did leave out forty percent I? Don't understand because what it does. Is it leaves it up to each state to apply for the additional money and to jump through the hoops to get it, and so the process is complicated, not every state is doing it for every household. Yeah, it probably is related to the fact that we do not have a coordinated national response. which would help right if you're living it up to the states, you know things like this are not applied evenly and this problem. This is another thing that was a problem before. Because we have things like work requirements and snap that make it really difficult for people to get their assistance, even when you're eligible, and states could apply for waivers when they have really high unemployment, but not every state would do that because of a political philosophy, a way of looking at food stamps, and so the people who just happen to live in those states wouldn't be able to get their assistance. Assistance when needed other states, they would have access to it
Engaging With the Marketplace with Chris Ruder
"What are the prerequisites for starting and building viral multimillion dollar, international brand, a degree in business or finance, tenure, strategic plan and annual marketing strategy well, and NBA would probably be helpful, maybe several high profile investors and contacts well. That's a great list, but it turns out that while most of those things might be good. They aren't actually necessary from the Ramsey network. This is the entreleadership podcasts. Were we help? Business leaders themselves their teams and their profits. I'm your host, Alex Judd and today we talking to the founder and CEO of a company that made gist over ten thousand in revenue in two, thousand, eight, one, million, in two, thousand, thirteen and twenty, one million in two. Two Thousand Nineteen. Chris Rudra leads the business known as Spike Ball. Have you played it? It's the four player round net game that is taking the nation and now the world by storm. y'All I. Am a huge fan of this game, but here's what's funny about Chris's background. It isn't at all what you would expect. He didn't have some profoundly intentional plan strategy or goal for Spike Ball. In fact at the beginning. He wasn't even allowed to play. So I, I first spike ball in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, nine, so I was about fourteen years old at the time, and my older brother's friends who live just down the street from us, they bought a couple sets local toy store, brought it back to the neighborhood, and they started playing a bunch and I remember thinking. It was a super cool game, but I wasn't really allowed to play because i. was you know just kind of like the annoying? Annoying younger brother, so I kinda stood on the sidelines and got to watch, and they play over the years and I'd play a little bit and fast forward to two thousand and three me, my brother and those same childhood friends. We all went on a trip to Hawaii together. You know and we are now adults out of college and kind of working, and that was where I really I got the bug for it and when we were playing strangers would. Would stop and ask us the same three questions. What's that game? How do you play? And where can I get it and the work could I get apart? We could never really answer because from what little we knew. Spike Ball was launched in nineteen, eighty nine, and it was killed in one thousand, ninety one, so it had a very short shelf life, and assuming they stop selling exit didn't sell well, not really exactly sure why but enough people ask that. That question where light bulb kind of went off, and I was like I wonder if there's like the marketplace talking to you, sort of the saying goes and I had such a blast in that game. You know my brother and I were partners. Who is he and I? I is Tim and Pat Kennedy. Who are childhood friends and their twin brother, so we just had this like brother rivalry thing going on some of the world's most beautiful beaches and. My brother and I weren't all that close and we were kids. We were kind of rivals ourselves. So this was actually the first time we. We're competing together against two other guys so I. Really you know that trip hit me hard, and that's where I really got the bug, and we started using sentences like you know. Wouldn't it be cool if we could bring this thing back to life like? Wouldn't that be fun? And you know none of us knew anything about starting a company or any of that and it was a great idea to try and bring it back, but we did what I believe. Most people do with an idea is nothing. You know you just talk about it and. We did that for a couple of years and I, finally said I'm sick of the talk I'm actually GonNa talk to an attorney and see if we can legally do this. I don't even know how this world works. So. The tourneys told us. News there was never a patent on the product, so the design and all that kind of ever you want and the trademarks Ben expired for I. Don't know ten years, or whatever and the trademarks protects the name's spike ball. So. They're okay you can do you want. We did reach out to the guy that invented it and talked about potentially relaunching together and. Didn't really find a way to make that work, so we went ahead and me. My brother, my cousin, and a few of the childhood, friends chipped in total amongst all of us about one hundred thousand dollars, and we incorporated in two thousand seven and went into business in two thousand eight. Unreal so up to that point. That's just a crazy store like had you're not GonNa? Be Vacation. This might not exist today. One other thing happened on that beach vacation, which was a major moment. Life was I got engaged to my lovely wife Shaab now fifteen years. And to go to Hawaii Moral Michael. Pretty well okay leading up to that trip. Did you have aspirations to one day? Own Your own business. or where is your head space? At that time in terms of your career Chris? By the time, I quit my job and went fulltime, so guess by that time I was working. I think at monster dot com at the time and had worked for big companies doing sales, and you know their jobs that paid well. Well and but there was nothing I was passionate about I. Did the job wasn't really that? Into the culture of the companies I worked for and knows a paycheck, and that was about it and you know. My Dad was an entrepreneur. My grandfather was my brother has his own company like it's kind of in the family. And I was kind of the one that was you know an employee for the big company and. I remember just like. My Dad ran. A few small businesses had some rental properties and stuff and the thing that I love was he had control over his schedule. He got to make decisions and decide what he was going to do each day, and that was something that I was a very foreign to me. Working at the big company I really had no control I was of told what to do and just go do it and I think that's where the sense of apathy of like yeah I'll just do the job, but I'm not going to be excited about our like it, and so I never thought that I'd actually. Launch a company I think I always wanted to, but I wasn't like a creator. And like you know, even though spike balls become as great, a company has I believe it is i. don't see myself ever becoming like a serial entrepreneur selling this and building another one selling going I, love this and I hope to be doing it for a long long time, but just having that freedom I think was what I really really wanted, and if that was going to come in the form of starting my own company great if it was GonNa, come in the form of something else great, but. Having that freedom, and that control was something that I wanted for a while. I just had no idea that. This would be. The form would show up in. So you have that idea kind of sitting on the shelf of ma'am. Wouldn't it be cool to do this one day? And like you said it just stayed as an idea for a long time. Can you identify a specific tipping point, or what was the thing that made? You say okay I'M GONNA reach out to legal advice and actually see if this could be possible. I need to go back and I'm sure I've got the emails, but I'm not sure if it was a bad day at the day job that I was just like I'm done I'm going to start looking into this or I don't remember exactly what the motivation was but I know in general, not a very patient person, a term that my team will hear me it's. It's spike ball. Say as you know I. Really don't like never-ending projects or just talking forever about things. It's like you know. I'd rather use to units of energy planning, and that eight units of energy doing I got a feeling I. You know just having enough conversations with you. Know the guys saying yeah. Wouldn't it be cool if we did this or that and? Enough of those, and I just lose my patience and my heart. I gotta go into action. Unless just start exploring. What's possible?
Nevada still has the highest unemployment in the US
"What state has the highest unemployment rate it's Nevada even though it declined nearly five percentage points from the previous month the jobless rate in the battle was twenty five point three percent in may Hawaii and Michigan were also above twenty percent Washington was tenth highest in the nation at fifteen point one percent the national rate in may thirteen point
How Did Juneteenth Get Started?
"Every year on June nineteenth, millions of people across America. Come together to celebrate June eighteenth with parties parades, prayer, breakfast and golf tournaments, cookouts and music. The holiday is now officially recognized in forty seven states plus Washington DC though it hasn't been made a national holiday yet, despite having been around for more than one hundred and fifty years. We spoke with Paula Austin a professor of African American Studies and History at Boston University. She said You'd be surprised. There are many students who get to my class, and they sort of never learned about the history of enslavement. They've never learned about the civil rights movement. I think I've had students who because of where they're from, or their families know about June eighteenth, and of actually participated in the celebrations, but most students come, and they don't know. But let's go back to the beginning on June nineteenth eighteen, sixty, five more than two months after confederate general Robert e Lee surrendered to ulysses s grant at APP Maddix which all, but ended the civil war, a US army officer by the name of Major General Gordon Granger. In Huston Texas with two momentous announcements, the end of the civil war, and with it the end to slavery. Nobody is quite sure why it took so long for news of summation to reach Texas several stories have been told throughout the years though none has ever been confirmed including one of an earlier messenger who was killed on his way to Texas to tell the news of freedom. Others believe that some enslavers truth, but simply continued going about business as usual. The most likely is simply that there were not enough troops to enforce the emancipation proclamation whether enslaved people knew about it or not, so things remained status quo. That is until Major General. Grainger showed up. After granger's announcement, some of the two hundred fifty thousand freed people in Texas, immediately left for the promise of true freedom in the north, while others traveled to rejoin family members one formerly enslaved person, Molly Herrell said in the slave narratives of Texas. We all walked down the road singing shouting to beat the band. Others stayed defined pain work in the fields elsewhere. That day marks what is now often called lack independence day, or the fourth of July. It's the American celebration of freedom from slavery. June teen was first observed in Texas in eighteen, sixty six. It wasn't officially recognized as a holiday in any state until Texas did so in Nineteen, seventy nine. Since then only North Dakota South Dakota and Hawaii have declared a holiday. In recent years both the US House of Representatives and the US Senate have formally recognized June nineteenth as June, tenth Independence Day. Various movements to grant the day status is a national holiday are ongoing. US Senator Cory Booker said in two thousand eighteen. On this day we must confront ugly parts of our history and honor the slaves who suffered and died under a repressive regime. We must also pay tribute to all those who had the strength and conviction to fight to end slavery and keep our Union together. June teeth independence. Day is also an important moment to recognize how far we've come and take note of how far we have yet to go. Certainly during the original June eighteenth, there was still a lot of work to be done. It came just months after the civil war ended and two years after the emancipation proclamation was signed by President Abraham Lincoln the Thirteenth Amendment to the US Constitution, which abolished slavery, had been passed by Congress was well on its way to being ratified by the states, but the fourteenth and fifteenth guaranteeing equal protection and the right to vote to all citizens, regardless of skin color were still a couple years off. And not all enslaved people in Texas were immediately freed some held by defiant plantation owners were not emancipated until much later, some formerly enslaved people who tried to leave historical reports show were tracked down and killed. Many more stepped into a future of poverty, fear and uncertainty. Austin suggests that many Americans ignorance about June eighteenth stems from a disinclination to completely face the country's past slavery, and it's far reaching and continuing aftermath. Still? June eighteenth has persevered. Its observance has waned through the years under the oppression of Jim Crow laws and attitudes, but the festivities that began in Texas eventually spread to more states and the idea of commemorating block independence picked up through the civil rights era of the nineteen sixties, and the parties continued today. Austin, said the kinds of celebrations that I've seen and been a part of have been incredibly wonderful there about black culture there about black history there about the resistance and the resilience of the black community. Several years before grainger made his do nineteenth declaration in Galveston famed American Orator Frederick Douglass himself formerly enslaved, spoke to an abolitionist group in New York about the fourth of July. As being dave independence, and how it didn't fit for all Americans, he said what the American slave is your fourth of July I answer a day that reveals to him more than all other days in the year, the gross injustice and cruelty to which he is the constant victim. Opel Lee a former schoolteacher counselor in Fort Worth. Texas has been instrumental in trying to get June. Tenth recognized as a national, holiday. This year she'll walk from the Fort Worth Convention Center to the will. Rogers Coliseum, leading a caravan, urging people to sign a petition for the cause leave who is ninety three years old has been part of the Fort Worth June eighteenth festivities for more than forty years. Last year, it's as important as the fourth of July. In fact I dream some day. They celebrate from the nineteenth to the fourth like they do Mardi Gras. I haven't dreamed as large as the Rose Bowl or the macy's parade, but I'm getting there. To those who observed June eighteenth despite its shaky beginnings, and it's still unfulfilled pledge the day still holds the promise of freedom, independence, equality, ideas, and ideals always celebrating.
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"Look as extreme and reactionary as this decision is it's totally consistent with a hundred thirty years of Supreme Court precedent deadly like some nerd out there who has like had steam pouring out of his ears in red because we like mention Dow Plenary Powers Doctrine than just like cruised past it. 'cause that's basically been like the green light for the government to be racist and fascist immigration context The first case eighteen eighty nine was called trae Chin Ping the United States and it was about an immigration law literally called the Chinese Exclusion Act. Which by the way just say last episode. We mentioned that if there's ever a plaintiff that's just like business buzzwords that's an awful sign in the late eighteen hundreds. If there's a Chinese plaintiff an awful decision you're about to be shocked. Yes absolutely it's a dear listener. I will leave it as an exercise for you as to whether or not this law sounds racist. And what might be hoping to achieve? But in a shocker the Supreme Court unanimously found that the Chinese exclusion act was constitutional. And they did so on impart national security grounds and this was sort of the genesis of this whole idea and it says you know to preserve its independence it gives security against foreign aggression encroachment the highest duty of every nation entertainment ends nearly all other considerations are to be subordinated Fucking throw the bill of rights out the window. We're really scared of Chinese People. Coming and building the railroad tracks so like all the justices are not Allah justice but a majority of the justices on this case. Were also on the court years later when it handed down. Lessee B Ferguson. Which is like one of the most hated maligned? Decisions in Supreme Court history said separate but equal segregation constitutional. This case is still good law and has been cited many times well into the nineteen seventies. It's still in the law of the land. And it's like the sister decision if the immigration sister to Plessey and a more reason example of the court articulating this sort of garbage was human shit stain and known segregation is chief justice. William Rehnquist do thousand three saying this court firmly in repeatedly endorsed the proposition that Congress may make rules as to aliens that would be unacceptable if applied to citizens keynote. Yeah they don't need to invoke this doctrine when the government's doing like pretty normal okay things. It's when they're doing heinous shit. This is like one of the key cases in this is literally deporting legal residence because they were members of the Communist Party in the peak of McCarthyism and that case was cited by the Supreme Court in trump ally sick to those nerds who are upset that that we like are sorta like who cares about plenary powers. I just want to say look if you want to embrace plus Ev Ferguson. Sister case fucking you do you go you go off you yet. You want to raise the court you know embracing McCarthyism. That's fucking great. Stand next to the like most maligned racists in fascists in Supreme Court history. That's you know that's what this doctrines about. That's what this case is about any of. You are some nerd. Complaining about our podcast. We're looking into the law and we're GonNa get you deported. We'RE GONNA. We might not sound like were actually good at the practice of law but haven't dedicating dozens of hours to this. We're going to get all of you sent out of this country to a really bad one like France just off Michael I. I'm really glad that you're like nerdy in this way because I think it's so important like these. I don't know I feel like a broken record. I might say this like every fucking episode the cases. They don't come out of vacuum right like the beginning of immigration law in the United States. The reason why we have immigration enforcement mechanisms all of that comes from a racist history of exclusion of people of color from the United. Yep Yeah in look. Their hands aren't bound here and I mean that there have been other times where the court has been like. Yeah of course. The constitution applies in immigration contacts indefinite detention of deportable aliens are like the availability of Habeas Corpus Review. There are cases recent cases even where the court has been like shrugged shoulders at the plenary powers. Doctrine ignored entirely justice. Sotomayor's dissent is just like basically a roadmap of how one of those cases there's decisions could look right. This turned out the way it did because they wanted to turn out this way exactly so I think we should talk about conservative hypocrisy about the freedom of religion. Yes that's speaking of how they wanted this. Turn out there will almost certainly never come a day when a Muslim president spends an entire presidential campaign talking about the evils of Christianity and immediately bands traveled from several Christian countries fight. If it does happen I truly hope John Roberts is alive to see it would fill my heart with warmth and then whenever I assume would be sometime in the distant future but I would like to just peacefully. Pass away as soon as I said so. On the general question of whether the Conservatives on the court treat the establishment clause differently depending on the religion question. We don't need to look further than masterpiece cake shop v the Colorado Civil Rights Commission and they use a true a trailer and a case decided these same month S. Z. Hawaii real masterpiece cake shop is the gay wedding cake case. The basic issue is whether a cake shop had the right to deny gay couples service on the basis. That barring them from doing so interfered with their first amendment rights to freedom of religion end to freedom of speech And the court punted on that issue and their reason was that the Colorado Civil Rights Commission when evaluating the matter displayed animosity towards the Baker's religious beliefs court ordered that the case be reconsidered without the anti-christian bias. That's interesting that the animus towards a religion. It really mattered there. It sounds like you've been even what might otherwise be facially interesting. The motivating factor might change the way the courts. That's crazy. I would never have expect reference. The supposed- anti-christian bias displayed by the commission was when a member made comparisons between the Baker's defense and religious defenses of slavery and the Holocaust which for the record. I think is a reasonable point just as a point of reference. It's not the discrimination against gays in public accommodations is as severe as slavery or the Holocaust. It's that nearly every single instance of discrimination or mistreatment of oppressed groups across the Western World in general has been done with some extensible religious justification. And if you weren't connecting those dots you're either an idiot or you're one of the ones doing the oppressing that's right and I'm not super interested in figuring out which one like. Neil gorsuch is I so in that case the court was able to read the minds of the Colorado Civil Rights Commission and say driven by anti-christian bias from a few stray comments But here they hide behind this clearly manufactured. National security argument. They don't seriously interrogate the motives of the government at all Despite the fact that the statements made by trump were much more explicit than anything. You heard out of any one of the Colorado Civil Rights Commission were just you know making offhand comparisons whereas trump is literally saying we need to keep Muslims out of the country and passing a law. That looks a bunch like that and tried multiple times. There's no denying that they were like trying to fit the racist round peg into the race neutral square hole. But if we threw in Venezuelans. Does that make it less offensive? By the way the part we didn't really get into the details but like the restrictions on Venezuelans and Koreans are nominal as sort of my or points out people from North Korea can't readily come here anyway. So it's Symbolic and the restriction. Venezuelans was limited to a few diplomats. Like just literally handwrite people. Yes so it's pure optics. Yeah that's right and the opinion spends a good deal of time sort of talking about how there's exceptions like there's certain waivers and there's exceptions to this to this band so if you are from Some of these countries and you are trying to get to the United States. It's not totally. It's not a hundred percent of people that that are going to be banned. You know there are different mechanisms for letting people in if your leg good enough or whatever and It's an obsession with like making a clearly bad thing. Just see if we can just get it past the end line of like legal if we can just say like look. This is law stuff. Look there are mechanisms for exceptions. There are This is an executive order..
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"Case about the appropriate standard of review. The descent says that it's whether a reasonable person would perceive the executive order as being intended to disfavor Muslims right and the majority can't accept standard because there's no way that the trump administration could win on that standard. Be Moron on to think that their intent was anything other than to exclude Muslims So the majority of the application of that more stringent standard mostly by just disregarding the mountains of evidence of trump's animus toward Muslims And then giving enormous amounts of undeserved credence to the clearly fake and pretextual reasons for the ban You know all the national security reasoning that they put in there So I don't WanNA dwell for too on the standard of Review. And we've talked about this in the past. It's they're arbitrary and fake and there's no reason to dig into deep but descent points out that a higher level of scrutiny is appropriate where there is clear evidence of discriminatory motive and to me. That almost certainly has to be correct. And if the court does not examine a situation where the government has openly fashioned policy out of a desire to ban Muslims from entering the country more closely than it would any other policy than why even have a higher standard right. I mean what's the point of having these different standards if you can't examine more closely someone like trump going on psychotic rant about Muslims for months on end right and you can't just bust out your fucking magnifying glass and take a look at that So the first thing that the majority opinion does and it's it's all the usual suspects in the majority right. You've got Roberts writing it's Alito Thomas Gorsuch and Kennedy one of one of the last things he did before You know the Federalist Society walked out the out. The told the kids that he was going to plan on a farm. So the first thing that decision does GonNa go on and on about the executive branches discretion in matters of national security? And we talked about this in the states rights context. And it's the same sort of thing but judges will do this a lot. When they're dodging the fundamental question The question is not does. The executive branch have broad national security powers the questions whether this order violates the establishment clause of the First Amendment. Right no matter how broad the president's authority is with respect to national security cannot by law violate the First Amendment so any discussion of like the general national security. Power is in my view. Mostly a distraction. And the one thing I'll say about it is that sometimes the nature of governing calls for flexibility in these regards. We've talked about this in the speech context but there's a case to be made that the content and context of speech for example Needs to involve the weighing of the government's interests against the value of the speech. But that's sort of flexibility is in my view much less applicable in this context. And the idea that we might have to allow the government some leeway to discriminate against Muslims for national security reasons. Is I think maybe the exact reason. The establishment clause is in place. Yeah exactly so. Yeah and courts constantly do this. They routinely defer to the president. Whoever is the president at the time they routinely deferred to the president on national security issues for the basic reasons that it's a power vested in the executive branch and lives are at stake You know so. The president the executive branches the one best suited to kind of like make these tough choices and the court doesn't want to get into way but at the same time. The court has been happy to wade into issues of legislative prerogative with massive public health implications right so we talked about the court. Hampering obamacare's Medicaid expansion and like that clearly impacts the health and safety of tens of thousands hundreds of thousands millions of Americans way more than whatever like Shitty half-baked travel restrictions. Came out of the genius. Brains of Rudy Giuliani and his best friend. Right like I'm not super pacifistic on the stuff but you could literally just arm isis with AKC and put him on every American beach and let him run wild for a few months and they would not have anywhere near the death. Toll of the denial of the Medicaid expansion by the Roberts court right and in the immigration context the national security efforts. It's got a special name the call at the plenary powers doctrine. And it's especially Shitty as well. It's got like a really particularly racist pedigree. Roberts really leans intuit in this case. It will talk about that a little later. But it's a it's a special garbage lesson. I consider myself like an expert because they let me talk on this podcast and I'm GonNa tell you this. Plenary Powers Doctrine. It's about one. Thank you for the next thing. The majority does is come up with ways to pretend that the executive order has nothing to do with religion and so the first point they make the executive order says nothing about religion Which is true. It doesn't mention religion And this reminds me if you've ever been to a restaurant like at the shore. Maybe that says like no do rags baggy pants. Sagging pants like rap music playing from your phone. And you're like this shit like I'd rather you just say it. This is worse. You know that that's what this reminds like like yes. Congratulations on figuring out a way to come up with an executive order that doesn't expressly say no Muslims we've managed to pass that. Hurdle Donald Trump And here's like John Roberts to pat you on the back for it John Roberts being like my my head is spinning is this. The Muslim ban says in the tweets. It doesn't say Muslim executive order. I am magic. I imagine John Roberts clerks printed out a copy of the executive order. And he's like he's looking at it upside down and his clerks have to be like no like Mr Chief Justice. Sir Like you have to do. You need to turn it back around upside down actually in. Oh my goodness yeah. He doesn't. He does make them. Call HIM MR chief justice so I you know it needs to be said that despite the fact that this ban targets a handful of predominantly Muslim countries as well as a couple of non Muslim countries. There is genuinely no question that this is the mutated modified version of the original proposal for a general ban on Morales. Right right right. The majority opinion doesn't really question. That idea Rudy Giuliani Trump's lawyers specifically said on Fox News shortly after the initial executive order that trump had asked him how to do the Muslim ban legally Trump was asked in two thousand sixteen after he softened the language to be like about extreme. Vetting why did you do that? And he said quote people were so upset when I use the word Muslim. Oh you can't use the word Muslim but just remember member this. Our Constitution is great but it doesn't necessarily give us the right to commit suicide okay. I'm looking now at Tartus. People were so upset when I used the word Muslim. Oh you can't use the word Muslim. Remember this. Our Constitution is great but it doesn't necessarily give us the right to commit suicide. Okay now we have a religious you know everybody wants to be protected. And that's great and that's the wonderful part of our Constitution. I view it differently. Why are we committing suicide? Why are we doing it? You know what I live with our Constitution. I love our constitution. I cherish our Constitution. So look I mean we dump on the court a lot. We make fun of John Roberts and stuff like that but sometimes you have to admit. When you're you're up against king you know you're up against an intellectual tight and this logic is is constitutionally airtight. I've nothing bad to say about it. I just cancelled this episode. I saw I say yeah so you know I do. I feel bad really for being mean to trump in this episode after just getting owned by his logic right the brains on this guy. Yeah and so as the descent points out. That trump was motivated in the first place in all the way through this process by anti-muslim animus. That's entirely obvious. So not only. Is it the genesis of the executive order? The sort of blanket Muslim ban Not only is that readily apparent but but trump had been like an out and out bigot concerning Muslims for years. Something Pretty Powerful I think that Justice Sonia Sotomayor does in dissent is points this out like really explicitly. She includes in full a statement directly from trump's website It was a statement that Was like you know obviously bigoted She includes that in full in her descent and notes that the statement.
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"Thanks for taking my call i just had a quick question so how is there a way to predict where the fishers are going to pop up next with the volcano erupting down in hawaii you know eric would you say that's a tough one because trying to predict exactly where the next one will open i think looking at the maps there's a trend where they seem to be following a progression although if you look in terms of the number the order they open it's not entirely clear but i think we can get a feeling that it's going to be with in a fairly restricted zone on on the area around lil on estates but i think trying to pinpoint exactly where the next one is going to open is not is not going to happen let's get valerie in here from dayton ohio hi valerie hi thanks for taking my call i'm curious as to what the indigenous peoples of who let you believe about the volcano and it's a rupture and if there are different belief systems amongst indigenous communities where there are will cain of well that's a good question valerie eric quit about i mean is there a sacredness about volcanoes interruptions or is it the opposite oh it's clearly the sacredness especially in hawaii that they the the reverence that they have for the native hawaiians for volcanic eruptions in the volcanoes is clear when you're there and that's one of the things that we think about when we visit the volcanoes is that we want to treat the products of the volcanoes with respect so when you go out and you visit lava flows you sometimes he see viral videos of people putting various things in the lava flows and that that's a disrespect to the culture that they have in hawaii people bring offerings to the volcano you find that up on the summit of kill away and a lot of different cultures indeed.
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"Thank you well thank you for having me today jane thank you take care let's go back to the phones josh's in middlebury vermont hi josh welcome to the program hi dan thanks for taking my call i'm calling because i live in vermont now but i grew up in kona on the big island and it was really interesting because it was just part of life the volcano eruption you know as as your callers said a hoy though the slower lava flow but we just kind of knew that with color with the hawaii state and you know we just knew that that the potential for lava flow and lava eruptions with part of the cost of living in hawaii and so where if it's novel in it's dangerous and destructive and it's terrible for the people that live in rania safe you know when people ask me it just it doesn't seem as the ties it so john she told our screener that your friend's father used to live in coney your friend's father used to make lava bowls who over those so so i would go with him down into chain of craters road which is the really long road at the very bottom leading to what was the the the lava flow and he would bring broomstick and he would bring them out and he would dab into like where the skin of the lava ill advised completely and he was in these law bowls where it would incinerate broomstick and and would have you world bowls and he was a great artist to be able to to watch this fired dan was amazing indeed fire dance a dangerous fire dance but it fire dents malysz josh thank you so much eric committee i guess not to be recommended if you're living next to a volcano.
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"And dump it into the ocean you're probably not going to have a significant impact on health maybe the plates are going to to move but you might have volcanoes that are covered in glaciers in alaska antarctica that might see some changes in behaviors as the the ice continues to melt the question thanks so much for the call eric stick with me for just a minute i want to bring another voice into the conversation from puna hawaii is demi and barrios he's a lava photographer who's worked in hawaii for nineteen years you can link to his instagram feed of volcano photos at our website on point radio dot org demi and welcome to on point nice to have you demi and are you there yes i am awesome great to have you explain to us exactly how you document an active volcanic eruption well you know in this case we've had this fisher rupture over here and you really do have to get up close oh dear i think we lost to we'll try to get a better connection and we'll call you back for the moment we'll go back to the phones at row neat is calling from sharon massachusetts irony you're on the air thank you for taking my call i'm wondering about iceland with their volcanoes flu often and population gets evacuated i'm wondering about government policies to populate the i'll that iceland in areas away from volcanoes and why they keep having settlement close by to the volcano.
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"The states to secure federal funds because the dumbest wasn't as extensive as necessary for female fun do people have okano insurance quickly in hawaii not okay to fire insurance but they have there's been some there's been some trickiness in having to document damage for insurance purposes because folks have been evacuated from their homes and they return to alava field us so they've been working things out with insurance but fire insurance seems to be something that does cover some of this damage who he hero she thank you so much for the information reporter from hawaii public radio i appreciate your time as biology thank you i'd like to bring another voice into the conversation now joining me now via skype from granville ohio is eric clementi is vulcanologist and a professor and cheer of the department of geosciences at denison university he visited kilowatt just two months ago for a research project l eric welcome to on point hello jane i visited kill away too but long before all this what did you see when you were there in any indication that an eruption was imminent yep actually when we were there a two months ago is actually fairly quiet for away we actually were hoping to get out to see some active lava flows and there weren't really any that we too easily but it was interesting because we talked to some of the scientists up at the hawaii volcano observatory and they're saying that they were seeing signs of inflation which is the volcanoes expanding from maybe magma coming up from beneath exerting pressure on the volcano and they're thinking well maybe this could be signs that we could have interruption coming down the road that would be something different than what we've seen what they were seeing at that time with leveling up at the summit and it peux i read an article in where you said that volcanoes like this one like kill away make you nervous how so.
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"Um and usually for like little to no reason and that kind of happened whereas like you'll what if this thing because he was an active volcano and there were like like places word there were holes in need and they'd be a ago put your hand near that whole at least two or three times i miss her to dislike put your hand on that hole that's like oh my god there was like putting my in on a stove that's a hot as seed in touch the lava night in dutch salama lewis i didn't know lava there is is a situation where if it lavas gone by any stick your hand and at the dealer added to end comes out the could still does it how you under the impression that bone guepy melted no i'm just saying if you put an in real quick he put your hand in quick you pull out in your hands just the skeleton no i think you would pull out and there wouldn't be anything i think the that bore your hand with disdain the lava and avas pretty hot it sounds like lavas it's melted rock and think about how high the igc rocks you've been camping we put rocks in the fire ten or taine ourselves and the in the morning they're still rocks they're not melted now jali melds at all the rocks last night lead on now through his could be new rocks can't be neurotoxin 'this bearing longtime baracks give made hat tom you telling me all these things that like i just had to take your word for aren't there places you can go where there is like flowing lava get close to the flowing lava.
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"You know we count bites yet will you usually get the sesar said it is so they were like yeah a guys when we made our reservation there they were like he is celebrating her honeymoon were like yeah it said no were were both having affairs now we thought that was nice like with that this was the time we were going to embrace it um and then uh so we went there and we had dinner is nights the the waiter talks a little bit too much like like lake wants to know a little bit about your life and stuff and sing come on you must issue longer just he wants to hear your love story yeah well here's the thing then he came over uh with uh lays uh he might have put the lay me the boy lay right and then he thanks and now he had to do is uh put this lay on your wife and give her a kiss he does now he said that to me so hand to me the flowery lay you're like no you do it nobody's just kinda like and then he just stood thereby the table lake with his hands class letter lakes my ling and like i was like okay so it's a an louis away at his hands clendenin there's just a man there watching as i like mate of feverishly made out with my wife for four and a half minutes at a stop watch out yet again the you know kiss longer kiss longuet kids are also mirror start over yeah bush weird i don't like when they're just like like that that's why we said no it most plays like we did against kiss yeah but like i don't want to kiss for in from some man some creep is a hugh is a very nice man originally you pry thought like oh get a free desert yeah something like that yeah or like was navy they won't spit in our food if we say it's are hunting it was nice eight put a thing had our name i'ma italy congratulations to him in china with thing kept card on the table or whatever luck it was nice it was nice they did nice things i recommend mom is billy joel went to mom is fish while you're there now.
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"Oh bala water uh put that may get a url monory up with chocolate syrup i put popcorn in there in the poor hot oil limits surprised were the attended yeah and also it feels it up like you only need a few colonels it's you so that's why you didn't get a lot of lays kids you were in i don't mean potato chips right and i don't mean you had you put all of your lays on way away yeah and what i said was get these lays away from me and my wife don't touch my wife i hate of that we went out to a dinner one night and everywhere you go because every like like ninety percent of the people in hawaii or on their honeymoon now and so that's why he said i couldn't come he has that for us if you couldn't tell i'm sorry buddy next time we are everywhere you go there like um so he celebrating your honeymoon era and like normally we were like now like fling is like 'cause like dessert walk outside sell yourself either you sell is something or there's going to be a thing and we went to this one placers plays mama's fish house which is like a very expensive tourists deplace but like you have to go there i am maui is a dozen without i should i believe it sounds like yeah odds mama's fish algesiras at in the backyard and guess what tom two hundred and sixty three dollars leaner wound each now uh so he didn't pay for your wife though held now or a list we split everything 5050 um she.
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"Yes i hope why i think i thought that little thing like cape cod was rhode island well it's not yeah yeah i know if it's a wide they name at that then i dunno is there's no roads there either their roads i've i've been there you know it and have it you may be was a rhode islander now that you mention it i went there and travel by foot the whole time osaer um i don't believe that uh those are some facts about rhode island's tom i went about hawaii and rhode island allen tutu hawaiian islands and i what their five major ones right all right here's here's the big gay whole life i didn't go there league guy but but the name of the island is hawaii in a it's like new york new york exactly why hawaii and they were i was like people are out it's like you don't know how i'm going to hawaii and there are a you go into the roy curie in hawaii the big island me like hell now that population is only one hundred eighty five thousand seventy nine people there wait the big island only has a thousand people no one hundred and 85000 okay it's actually th the second most who's gonna say eid is most of it llabres alhabib learn living there i went to mallawi tom malchow alley you know what they call that uh mary here's exactly how did you know that i read it on a bumper sticker um tom that's got a hundred and forty four thousand four hundred forty four people how much did the other island have 100 85000 okay so you went to the second most populous the rouse popular thirdmost is the place that i didn't go nouadhibou uh streak in uh almost million people live there i'm million people how many people live in america is it even a million yeah i mean it's like one point five million okay yeah and that's including the million people that live in hawaii yeah okay yeah so like well there's a million almost on oahu altogether there's probably like one point two five million in hawaii so the rest of the country about spread out quartermillion yeah that makes everybody else took a mole from the three stooges advice and spread out.
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"Yeah i i can't stand up on a on a serbheld i like candidates on the the sand yeah the been wife somebody's miss and a couple of toes say hang eight with somebody is webbed feet we still have tinto's yeah aib's ear to surf probably yeah her easier to paddle along with the waves easier to catch a wave and you know what catch a wave now you're riding on top of the world you're sitting on top of the world and they're riding the wave yacht in hiding the world when you're not sitting on the guide bm surfboard unless you're needy it you're right hawaii is only state u s state located in oceanic and the only one composed entirely of islands which rhode island for some reason i did not realize is not an eyelid i looked at what rhode island looks like for the first time today i've been to rhode island have never looked at on a map set a joke i think you cinema was in an island i think that's the one thing that any kid knows about rhode island mary tyler moore fallen also it's just never see a a map of the united states in your daytoday life get not every day you think every day i'm looking at a map of the us legwell huddle were in saluting the flegt while he can't read hate a map so bedser well but even fight good looking at a map of the united states is going to help me get to work every day tim commute only a few miles put tom you look at like weather maps in stuff now i could weather maps really on only get a weather map see you know what the weather's forecast tony to look at a how many to know what the weather is like at the in hawaii shut the whole what i'm saying is rhode island is clouding over whether in rhode island's like either the regional weather a regional weather map for new york city will often include a rhode island really he tom this is insane yeah they you don't know who i anything like can answer that i augur every knew it i think i thought rhode island with something else.
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"Why the loaded question back to the future or italy low in state on half back to the future tom universal in town would he like begnaud iowa hake back to the future more delay silva back to future ride in hawaii is that what you're getting out they only had lee low and stitch there they had a ride though now is just the real uh the little girl in my alien now yeah yeah i never saw that movie while there is a little girls hawaii and alien any surfed i think yeah he wore hawaiian shirts i think to yeah he was really cute down that elena will seek rich that stitch right and yet knows leila you eat on now they're both the names you don't hear very often now you haven't been to hawaii you know i haven't tim that is why at two hundred people namely low that ham heym him stitch uh just aliens oh wow yeah um thousands i'd say well what they don't tell your ally lots of oil blue aliens running around he's cute little guy though way of act extra arms you probably and thing it extra arms they get spdr be years to maybe you didn't have extra arms and we would just be gears it then adede eyes though and a big bds yeah uh tom um uh yeah i went hawaii uh what of it uh how was it what would you say about america's greek state uh the state that is great here's what happens you take an airplane they're tom yellow land at the airport and they say aloha uh uh uh mahalo for flying with us today because you're still in the airplane in their link a hollow means thank you yeah and then they're just like uh in stain your seat uh until we reach the gate and then you can on buckle your seat belt and then get off the plane milo they're relying yeah um so they did that uh and then they uh yeah exit the plane first go like the first class people in front and then every row.
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"The you didn't you flew back right away suzy got there you got on a plane and came back with lottery tickets at you told me the huge test work we tried to sell them to me and you bought them dear grandma while i dream i told me one lottery ticket because he said he was the winning one yeah now so you know and then you're like man a i i'm very good a winning lotteries so of by of course out by this for tim look i take some of the blame for her for breaking the your about how good i am a contest you thought i had the perfect plan i'll go back in time uh forward in time by some tickets back in time then forward in time selm to tom the luckiest man i know you're gonna start getting a lot of scams trying to get people to the people trying to get you enter compare giant there fi contests like just send us twenty dollars for euratom your social security number yeah we should i mean some of them are going to be a legit and guard lucky satit as juror yuan yeah i'm lucky enough that i think a also end out up ahead uh good luck with that her ha ha i will need it i ha timmy this come back from hawaii y'all he he came back from all a week ago and first soccer federation approach will universal studios theme park yeah and then hawaii yeah so what universal studios is better than hawaii man everybody thinks it's smaller considerably smaller than hawaii come what are you like better.
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"Meet lake ikea sneakers is giving away a chance to to meet justin bieber i don't like that guy somebody's gonna wanna mito but if it was like just beavers geico vrd clean your house ability playa warmed do though here's your real shitty job here's the thing tom what he did somebody needs to clean your house mud it's a tough bieber no i mean anybody literally anybody coming in in making an effort is necessary tom we're according at your home right now there's literally garbage just piled everywhere is the same garbage it's been piled here for both yamanaka wireless through garvaghy lie years the yes vote like so even the be or i don't know some the nets player that you said quote deride the bench as if like him riding the pensions better than any accomplishment either of us as ever as ever i've i've written benches sir i'm professional pinches only professional benches um highway mature benches but i would say like i get that if the time with y'all lysol or whoever but like of a more compelling contests will be ikic play basketball with this famous best bowler not good enough to play basketball have a professional basketball player debbie pu and then you'll feel that way out here it's about lysol it's about cleaning i guess media's guy loves cleaning maybe he hasn't really in it and maybe is maybe it's a net guys you read that a murray condo book and he's just like uh like hey i'm each and a tidy sum places up the m.
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"Uh uh now we hear about a varieties that can grow in hawaii some the come from other areas of the pacific lulu i imagine ran understand does have roots in quiet and culture but it certainly doesn't have enjoy the popularity that you know tara example can you help us put that in a in a bigger picture like where it will fits for hawaiian well hulu grows well here traditionally it's been a great food crop super nutritious especially for warriors soon um and for everybody as diane mentioned those vitamin senate benefit everyone and we all need resistant fiber without the diabetes we have in hawaii eating these traditional diets and we know at um with other hawaiian crops like all help stave off problems like diabetes now in terms of the variety of ways that you can actually prepare lulu i am you know i've had it from coming out of the emu i've had it the leedle baked in the oven but when you know when i was in places like the marshall islands i mean they taught me how to cook it right on the fire i mean putting it in with all the charcoal and everything and cooking it that way and and i also learned that you could have of loot chips kind of fried in the frying pan i mean both kinds of ride as you'd we should be exploring more this or or experiencing more this year in hawaii yup luckily you know that putting it in the fire we do that it's called political and the way at smells mmhmm.