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Fresh update on "jerry" discussed on Home Solutions with Win 3 Realty
"Uh, for every, um 2.5 people for household, So every five people that leave us two houses, So we're looking at what 400 Empty No. 1200 empty houses a month. What do you think that does to supply? No, I mean, it's it's Ah, if it's going to push supply up, of course. So that's if you've got that many people leaving in on the 800. I'm sorry I did my math wrong 800 people a month. Our 800 homes a month going empty and next month, 800 more in 800 more in 800 more. Think about that in a year that adds 10,000 homes on the market for sale. So huge spike. I mean, it was the man there. I mean, there's the man for housing everywhere. We know that How much of a demand Well, it's going to test that. That theory, right? It's we know in Arizona. There's a huge demand and not enough supply. Well, California if they start going through that same problem and more More supply comes on the market. How much will be absorbed? I mean, we'll just have to see that becomes a balancing act, right? And you know, this article was about San Francisco. But just those of you who own rental property in California. I know we have several listeners. Andi, this is for you. Ray emailed me this week. What do you think about investing in second in California? In Sacramento. There is on an Assemblyman David Chu, who on Wednesday this week introduced Assembly bill 14 38. And this a statewide No, not just San Francisco that provides an open ended timeline in which tenants can pay back the rent. That's oh, during this pandemic so they couldn't pay the rent in the first place. And now basically the landlords Are giving them, you know, they're being forced to give them indefinite period of time. They're not allowed the charge interest on the missing rent and they have no payback and and the chance of ever being paid. I mean, when someone wait, we know that when you get three months behind, the chance of catching up gets extremely difficult. That's why most banks wait until 90 days before they filed for closure. The chance of you coming in with three monthly payments, plus the late fees and legal fees and everything from it's very, very difficult to recover from that. So I couldn't imagine being years behind in rent and having debt assigned you We don't have debtor's prison, so I mean, basically these guys, we're going going to take it on the chin, and they cannot. File Any kind of at least when you get a judgment on someone that judgment earns interest, right? Well, this is no judgment. No it'sjust indefinite and that's a statewide. On DH. How much you know this is an interesting part of the article. How Prevalent. Do we think this is not clear how many California tenants are now behind on rent? But the U. S Census Bureau found 14% of the renters in the state either defaulted or deferred their rent last month. And an estimated 17 million renters are behind and if the statewide moratorium is not extended, there will be 17 million evictions at the end of July in California. Statewide, so interesting stuff will keep watching that and kind of let you know what's going on there. And then, Jerry, you mentioned Seattle. So this week, the protesters actually Staged a protest in front of the mayor's home. And the mayor that just turned a blind eye and let you know that the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone just you know, be there for weeks. The minute they staged a protest in front of her home. At 5 a.m. In the following morning, The police were there rounded everybody up in that place for shutdown this immediately well, and I think also, there was some crime that had taken place there. I think that I don't know someone killed in the zone. Yeah, and again, it goes back to if you have lawlessness. You just say there's no laws. Ah, And you know everyone's bad things will happen. And again. This is why I just I'm so thankful for our police department and you know for people that protect all of us and yes, do we need to fix things? Are there problems We need to work out, of course, are But it's ah. If you just say there's no no no. One that's going to keep the peace. Bad things will happen eventually, and this is what I mean. It was it was inevitable, and now it happened and it's It's really funny, Jerry and kind of ironic I should say. The first thing that they did around this area was they got barricades, street barricades, and they built a wall around their area. So what is President Trump trying Todo building also building well and then you know they they're anti gun. Well, the first thing they did is they have armed patrols to try to keep the peace. You know, it was a bunch of unelected un, you know, screen. People being the ones in charge with the weaponry, and two young African American males were killed during that process. So you know, it's just sort of funny. Everybody wants, you know something different, but the first thing they do is go right back to what they already had to the system that they have. They just want to be in control of their system, right and it is said, and it's ah Again. It's we have. Ah, the great thing about some. Some of the issues that we've gone through over the last few months is getting people talking, communicating and by communicating You know, change will happen. We educate, we learn. We sit down. Everyone gets to a table. We figure out some problems when you turn around and make these fast judgments like we're going to create our own walled in city without any Any. Ah Ah, you know whether it be any infrastructure for for fires, Ambulances kind of get in Teo, you know, to help people and unfortunately bad things will happen, and that's what we're seeing the result of and it said. So when we come back, we are going to talk about Minneapolis, which is in the news again this week, and also we have record low mortgage rates Jerry sent of the mortgage is going to give us an update on what is happening in there. And Jerry will be back. He's from Viper Mortgage. I'm Bob Zach. Mire of the Wind. Three team at xperia T. You can reach me at 314 sold will be right back..
Pennsylvania extends pandemic assistance for unemployed workers
"Pandemic assistance winds down at the end of this month, Pennsylvania Pennsylvania officials officials have have announced announced an an extension extension for for unemployed unemployed workers workers and and his his K K y y tamales. tamales. Kristen Kristen Joe Joe Hansen Hansen reports reports the the urging urging those those facing facing desperate desperate Times Times to to reach reach out out for for state state help help Pennsylvania's Pennsylvania's offering up to an additional 13 weeks of benefits for unemployed workers on top of the extra weeks provided by the feds Department of Labor Secretary Jerry Alexey Jack. So with this drawing to a close this extra $600 we know there are going to be people in need. But if you went on unemployment sometime within the last year and have used up that money you will have to apply and the additional weeks don't include the extra $600 which so many count on, and that's where the department Human services comes in people in Pennsylvania and around the country may soon find themselves in increasingly uncertain circumstances are public assistance Network exists to help people during times exactly like what we're currently facing. Two recent Miller is secretary of human Services and urges family stretching the dollar Tio, eat or get proper care to reach out for help His programs help ensure that people have access to health care, have enough food to eat and are able to pay utility bills, things that we all need. Be able to do for additional
Esther Terry Oral History Interview
"Her role in the planning and participating in the 1960. Lunch counter shouldn't protest in Greensboro, North Carolina when she was a student at Bennett College. She very reserved US president of Bennett College Thie interviews conducted by Joseph Martini, a of the Southern oral history program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I know. I think I think I know that your parents drove you to the college here in the fall of 57. Yes, they did. But what did you discover here and driving in at college? He was a big day for me. But for the whole community came from someplace, Justin, but I came Being supported by the whole community. They prayed for me a church. They gave me a few pennies here and there, I said, we didn't have a lot of money and had a little scholarship. I had taken the there and so I had done well enough to have in grandiose thousands money. And I was going to work a little bit. But there there was. There was always that. Let me give you a few pins. I came being born as a good wishes of the community. And off. We came to college. I'd never been to college before. I'd never been to greens for before, and I arrived here to have cells just swallowed up my parents and 1,000,000 all of us that a lot of parents and a lot of students. All being deposited by parents and was a lonely feeling when they said goodbye and left this fair, lonely about some people who you know, in short order, become persons who are important to you here on the campus back up. I met when I as my parents were getting me situated in my room, there was a woman who was bringing her daughter. There was a girl Roscoe Smith being deposited from West Virginia and her mom met my mom and they talked And vases, mother told my mom how they talked, and just only so much, And so the time I'll never know. But here's what got established in that that little while rises. Mother had other Children in college at the same time, and so she immediately knew. She told Razzle immediately. She wouldn't be coming home rods that his rise wouldn't be coming home. There was gonna be money to bring rising home except at Christmas time and in the summertime, my mom Told Mrs Smith that we lived a couple of hours up the road and they would be driving back to see me often and they become I could come home quite often. I could come home for Thanksgiving. I could come home with him, you know and advised could come home with me anytime. So Mrs Smith and Mrs Alexander's soda bonded that day, and they exchange Children. My mom became surrogate buys his mom and Guys. This mom became sort of my mom although it would take a long time before I got to West Virginia to me rises. Mother rise went home with me that very, very first break that we had, and she went home with me through all four years. My very best friend To this day this Ross and Smith. She is actually living in Greensboro. And so it's she retired here some 10 years ago from New York, where she had been working in social work, so she came back. She retired to green throughout that they want to come back to greens for Bennett have anything to do with it, But she came to things girl and then was when I took the job here. I was delighted she's here. So we are where we met. She was. I think I understand. She was really kind of a different part of casks in classrooms. Yes, she said. Sociology and political science. I was English. Tell me Aboutthe big name of student theater student fifties. Oh, my goodness. It was wonderful. It was when my English professor was Hoback, Jerry. Well, I had several, but Dr Jarret was me who taught me literature. Dr. Jared, what a wonderful man. What a brilliant man. All of all of my faculty where Dr Jarod was hard. He was tough. He exacted absolute perfection and and we were arrogant enough to think we could give it to him. You know that He really had us just charmed into thinking that we could write anything we could articulate in and we could debate anybody. But he was just a wonderful teacher and And he empowered us big deal but no nonsense. So I was very much engaged with him. He would walk on campus and say this, Alexander I I'm going to pick up a ball. What about the book? And I'd say literary history of the and he'd say Yes. You know, I mean, those little games. You know, Haywood, he was set to show off about health area that he wass and we reveled in it. He lost. It was a very handsome man and smoked a
Biden Takes Lead Over Trump in 2020 Presidential Poll
"Election Day is still more than four months away an eternity in American politics. And yet every major poll indicating Democrat Joe Biden is currently ahead. His voters consider another four years of Donald Trump or a change in the White House. What is this campaign all about? Jerry Side executive Washington headed for the Wall Street Journal says the candidate of change this time is actually the incumbent. The person in this race is going Try. Hardest to be the change agent is actually going to be the incumbent. Ironically, Donald Trump more of our
We aren't paying enough attention to the impact of the pandemic on the arts
"Elizabeth Alexander Thank you very much for coming on the PODCAST To talking to you today, so we know the devastation, the corona virus has had on the economy on health care and healthcare workers, but not enough attention been paid to the impact of the pandemic on the arts. has there no there really hasn't did? I think it gets very fundamental. Questions are artists apart of our economy is the arts sector in or in part of our economy. That's one question. Another question is. The Arts why need support the arts? How can we live without the arts and the need to be helpful to not only the arthrit- large you artists when our friend for foundation president, Aaron Walker was on the podcast a a few weeks ago. He mentioned a daily phone call. He's on with philanthropists trying to figure out how to buttress nonprofits during this time. Are you on those calls or involved in similar efforts? Yes and it's so wonderful to have Darren as a comrade and partner and brother in this work because he keeps us moving forward always, he keeps us. Weighed in is I is always on seemingly impossible? That is a very important for us to have in our field and Jerry for me also. In he brought me into this world to. So? Yes, loan philanthropist! We are talking of regularly New York Allegra Piss national groups of art, Philanthropists. Finding out what is going on, people's Randy's because that's our connections you around. What we're seeing and how we might think about being helpful and also bringing other people into efforts to be helpful, so for example forward and Bloomberg gathered US and led an effort in your city to put together A. Included private donors and this is very important when you know the the philanthropy money. Is there one senate well, but the private could go anywhere or at all? You have a lot of wealth. You don't necessarily have to spend it and you certainly don't have to spend it on the arts, so you in court. Consortium, which of two hundred million dollars. For granting in the arts and also social services in New York City, which we felt was so important, because we are really really really really. In, the heart things in this pandemic and that overlaps. On the Earth Front with. Their own are everywhere but New York has the arts is a crucial part? Is Identity any highly among? So with that effort the. Community Foundation of New York City was the administrator, and we have representatives from our foundations. WHO looked at opposes? Coral went up late in a week. Money have everybody were almost at the end of that money on which says something about the need, but also extremely proud of the efficiency with which we were able to collectively make decisions, and he helped all
Fetzer Shaly Loam Gewurztraminer 2018
"Day from cheap wine fighter dot com. We've got another little mini wine. Review here a little add on for a review. We did and loaded up on the cheap wine finder dot com website today. or inexpensive, but interesting wine. It's from fetzer. The Shelley Loam Monterey. And I think I found her six dollars. You know it's one of those winds everywhere. Trader Joe's has a two for a few bucks more than that, but this is regular wine shop. And burst from inner if you. Fully aware of it is from the House as region which is on the border of France, and Germany also one of the main winds from Austria and then the Alps in Germany. It's sweet wine. But it's got acidity, so it's not to spend I'm not a huge fan of sweet wines and I. Get it I mean. Cert- winds would have you, but when I'm having to I don't really need lying. But this one doesn't. Ever really. Advertise its sweetness, it just as good nectar sweet not. Not Sugar Candies tweet. It just has a lot of flavors and it's. Not your usual. Saab Yom Chartres Day the agrees Yo flavors. That got another whole. Array, of Very identifiable but different ones, and that's kind of cool and. One of the things I wanNA talk about since. You've probably seen it in the store. You know you think oh, cheap wine. is been around for fifty two years now, and they're no longer owned by the. I think the. FEDS started them owned by a Chilean company. They're kind of autonomous. North American headquarters. And they're an interesting company. The other ones are Stanley sustainably produced. They've got hundreds of acres that our Ganic. They've got a couple hundred acres that our biodynamic, which actually does whining vineyard prednisone wine techniques based on the basis of. And, they are a B. Corporation certified. Be Corporation I, got a link. It'll be a paragraph for the that's lit up. Feel blue and I'll tell you about that and it's. It's corporation like Ben and Jerry's one of them. Thousands Prophet with motive and. One of the things we're working on right now is tackling racism in corporal. So. They're kind of A. Company that's trying to do things right organic. AMEX Dana. Trying to the ethical in nature and make an expensive with good tasting, Y, you know it's kind of like well because. Most of the other. Companies ice cream. Bakeries. Something to do with that type of thing. wineries don't really put in that in that category, but they're the are. And so you're not just buying inexpensive. White wine kind of sweet that really sweet. Soa loads of Labor tangerines. All all sorts of stuff going on in a smells great, too. But it's made by a company that seems to be trying to do better,
Facebook advertising boycott list: Companies halting ads include Unilever, Coca-Cola, Verizon, Ben & Jerry's
"Coca-cola. You've heard of them. verizon. Perhaps you know the name. You do if you know any of those names. It's funny. You don't know Unilever, but you would certainly know. Unilever's products dove soap and. Ben and Jerry's 'cause. They advertise a lot those soaps. Those ice creams You know Helman's bring out the bet. You could sing that jingle right. Sure you can. Cue Tips. Suave. We know those names coca. Cola because of advertising. Thank you by the way to all our lovely advertisers. All the above have decided not to be on facebook at least. For, a while Coca Cola, says from WHO months. The others Verizon Unilever say till the end of twenty twenty till in other words after the campaign. Mark Zuckerberg the owner. He has various titles, but I think owner really is the right one because he owns it pretty much outright sixty percent of the voting shares, Mark Zuckerberg is lost seven billion dollars they estimate because of the. The boycotts. Why are they boycotting facebook? Well, that's that's complicated. It's complicated. And by the way, it isn't just facebook in most of this case Coca Cola for instance Unilever to. They're boycotting all social media. All social media. Why you might say why. Because facebook they say is refusing to crack down on hate, speech and misinformation. FACEBOOK IS INTER AT boy. We are in an interesting battle right now. We are really an interesting time social. It's pretty clear if you're on social media that it's both wonderful and amazing and valuable, and you couldn't live without it and horrific at a dumpster fire and Oh my God. What are we going to do about it at the same time?
Americans may be banned from traveling to Europe due to surge in coronavirus cases
"The state of the battle against the virus in the U. S. means Americans are unlikely to be allowed to travel to Europe when the E. U. begins re opening its borders next week president trump is bans tourists from Europe since March this man just arrived in Chicago from Europe and isn't surprised I think them banning Americans it's totally reasonable seeing how they have how we have handled it here it's it's been pretty negligent so I think it's totally in their power to do that other countries likely be be banned from Europe over high infection rates include Brazil India and Russia
Facebook to label all rule-breaking posts.
"FACEBOOK said it will flag all newsworthy posts from politicians that break its rules including those from Donald. Trump CEO mark Zuckerberg, had previously refused to take action against trump posts, suggesting that mail in ballots will lead to vote fraud, saying that people deserve to hear unfiltered statements from political leaders twitter by contrast slap. Day get the facts label on them. Until Friday trump's posts with identical wording to those labeled on twitter remained untouched on facebook, sparking criticism from trump's opponents as well as current and former facebook employees. Now facebook is all but certain to face off with the president. The next time he post something, the company deems to be violating its rules Zuckerberg said the social network is taking additional steps to counter election-related misinformation. In particular, the social network will begin adding new labels to all posts about voting. That will direct uses to authoritative information from state and local election officials. facebook he's also banning false claims intended to discourage voting such as stories about federal agents checking legal status at polling places. The company also says it's increasing its enforcement capacity to remove false claims about local polling conditions in the seventy two hours before the US election, but facebook has a history of trying hard not to alienate right-leaning uses and given how tightly Donald Trump has aligned himself with voters suppressing misinformation. It seems likely that facebook will air on the side of non intrusive and ignore labels which would minimize the impact of the campaign shares of facebook and. And twitter yesterday dropped sharply as the giant company behind brands such as Ben and Jerry's ice cream and dove soap, said it will halt US advertising on Facebook, twitter and instagram through at least the end of the year that European, consumer products may a Unilever, said took the move to protest the amount of hate speech online Unilever said the polarized atmosphere in the United States ahead of November's presidential election placed responsibility on brands to act. The company joins a raft of other advertisers pulling back from online platforms. Facebook in particular has been the target of an escalating movement to withhold advertising dollars to pressure it to do more to prevent racist and violent content from being shared on its platform.
Facebook to label all rule-breaking posts - even Trump's
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Facebook will begin taking action against political posts that break its rules in the face of a growing campaign to stop advertising on its platforms in order to spur action against hate speech and violent content Facebook has announced it will begin flagging posts from politicians that break its rules Facebook CEO mark Zuckerberg had long maintained that people should have access to unfiltered statements from political leaders shares of Facebook and Twitter dropped on the financial markets Friday as European based Unilever which owns brands such as Ben and Jerry's ice cream and dove soap said it will halt U. S. advertising on Facebook Twitter and Instagram through at least the end of the year on Thursday Verizon joined the boycott hi Mike Rossio
Facebook to label rule-breaking posts after advertisers flee
"Under pressure from major advertisers CBS's Steve Bartman says Facebook will flag newsworthy posts from politicians to break its rules Facebook was facing a growing advertiser boycott Verizon announced earlier this week that it was pulling ads and just hours before Facebook's announcement the European company Unilever announced it was pulling ads through the end of the year Unilever owns more than four hundred brands including Ben and Jerry's ice cream Lipton tea and
Facebook to label rule-breaking posts after advertisers flee
"As more and more huge advertisers suddenly flee Facebook the social media site is now making a change for lore the back correspondent Steve Futterman on what the company has just announced it's a major move by Facebook which says it will now flag or label all newsworthy posts that break its rules including those from president trump as for posting to incite violence or they try to suppress voting those could be removed completely the move by Facebook may have been driven by economics just hours earlier the European company Unilever which owns Ben and Jerry's ice cream said it was halting all advertising on Facebook through the end of
Poor birth outcomes associated with climate change
"There's growing evidence that climate change is affecting birth outcomes particularly in communities of color. A new study in the Journal of the American Medical Association analyzed thirty two million births in the US, it found heat and air. Pollution were risk factors in eighty four percent. Rupa Bass who is the chief of air and climate epidemiology at the California. EPA, and was a CO author on the Study High Rupa welcome to climate cast. Hi, thank you for the invitation us. How temperatures and air quality impact our health, what are you learning about the impacts for women and people of Color. Well so far we have studied air pollution in terms of fine particulate matter and heat in California and what we're finding is that there are associations between preterm delivery, stillbirth and a term low-birth-weight. You know that those pregnancy outcomes are actually much worse for people of Color Let's talk about that a little bit. How are birth affected by heat and air pollution for air pollution? It's mostly inflammation and what happens is that there are systemic inflammation, and that just means that pollutants could affect the. As well as the Placenta and there's also some evidence for smaller particles going from the blood to the brain for heat. It's harder to regulate or control body temperature a for pregnant women. What happens is that women are able to sweat, and then that causes dehydration dehydration than releases. In the body which induces labor and that can happen prematurely. Bodies Getting all the signals at by the heat exposure Rupa here in Minnesota North Minneapolis is one of our communities at lies just downstream from downtown Minneapolis in the prevailing southerly winds. We have in summer, so that means air pollution like fine particles blow into these communities more frequently I'm curious as that common pattern that you see and other cities. Yes it's not just even the air pollution that's flowing into those areas, actually air, pollution, or ready in those areas. We know that large wildfires in the west have tripled since nineteen seventy, and were even seeing a measurable increase in that wildfire smoke coming into Minnesota. How is that important to health outcomes? The difference between these wildfires is that they're not jerry large wildfires, but also affected very densely populated counties in California and so we're able to look at health impacts at the main finding. Is that particular matter is Berry high during these times sometimes the peaks reach levels that we would see in China or elsewhere. Those levels actually are associated with higher respiratory health effects. We've also looked at cardiovascular disease. Mental Health and to look at birth outcomes in the future, looking ahead with the best solutions by publishing this review in Jama article were really hoping to get the message. That heat is linked with These adverse pregnancy outcomes to the medical community were also hoping that on a larger scale pregnant women are included in heat advisories right now in the US. It's been really more a focus on elderly, and maybe some underlying diseases
Bill Barr Under Fire at House Hearing
"Federal prosecutor Aaron Zelinsky told Congress today that the US attorney's office in DC was under pressure from the highest levels of the justice department to go easy on trump ally Roger stone chairman Jerry Nadler offered a harsh assessment of Attorney General William Barr Mr bars work at the department justice has nothing to do with correcting injustice is the president's fixer never later said the committee may very well pursue impeachment of
MLB announces 60-game season for 2020; Opening Day will be July 23 or 24
"Month from today you could be watching some some of of live live Major Major League League Baseball Baseball again again come come as as bill bill sports sports says says fewer fewer games games and and rule rule changes changes could could make make for for a a very very entertaining entertaining twenty twenty twenty twenty season season all all many many thought thought we we wouldn't wouldn't hear those words but MLB owners and players finally carved out a sixty game corona virus shortened season the actual schedule coming together but Seattle mariners GM Jerry Dipoto knows his team will only play games against clubs in the west and then the goal here in operating solely in the west is just to minimize travel try to promote safety to the extent that we can right by not moving the players around as the normal schedule requires the mariners still need state and county health department approval to turn Seattle's T. mobile park into a three week long training camp and play home regular season games no fans are allowed in the facility which will follow strict comprehensive CDC and MLB safety guidelines do the right thing and by that I mean we are going to make sure that to the extent we can control it that our players are in as safe an environment as they can be there are new rules designed to keep players healthy and speed up play for example pitchers will have a wet cloth in their pockets to avoid licking their fingers CBS baseball insider Jim Bodin likes the idea of putting a runner on second base in extra innings I love that I got to see in the world baseball classic and I know traditionalist won't like it at first but if they give it a chance it's a lot of fun and to get the game's over in ten or eleven innings instead of playing eighteen innings makes a lot of sense to me all teams will get to use a designated hitter sixty instead of one hundred sixty two baseball games alters the Seattle mariners player development strategy according to Dipoto anybody can get hot and and and make a run in and I guess on to that extent we are not as good a shot as anybody in two thousand one the mariners set an American League record with forty three wins and seventeen losses in their first sixty games they do that this summer and they probably end the long frustrating playoff drought
Justice Department officials say decisions are politicized
"To justice department whistle blowers speaking in front of the house Judiciary Committee today outlining a series of allegations regarding what they see as political meddling in department affairs under president trump and Attorney General William Barr judiciary chair Jerry Nadler told those assembled it seems clear that bill bars actions are politically motivated and improper the Attorney General had simply missed judged the situation and thought that Mr Birmingham would go quietly then we might truck up this episode to simple miscommunication and incompetence but make no mistake this was not an isolated incident joining us on the komo news line is A. B. C.'s Adam Kelsey Adam let's go into what Nadler is talking about Nadler and his fellow Democrats on the house Judiciary Committee essentially accusing the Attorney General William Barr politicized apartment justice serving as something of a cheerleader attacked Dr president trump and we heard from a number of witnesses including a former deputy Attorney General under Republican president George H. W. bush said bar refusing political cronies to reverse decisions involving trump associates and the called party completed the race in his lifetime to the rule of law and we also heard some really interesting testimony from a career prosecutor in the justice department who worked on the project stones he testified that pressure from senior department officials including the Attorney General led to more lenient sentencing and anybody else would be getting solely because Roger stone was an associate of president trump that the timing of this testimony was really interesting because it comes just hours after another trump associate general Michael when he found his atheist met after ruling by and you'll score basically coming after the justice department lobbied on his behalf so we're hearing in testimony on Capitol here and we're seeing it play out in real time to dissociate the president trump being treated special are being treated differently than any other average member of the country and the president had this to say today about what he thinks about Michael Flynn saying he thinks Michael Flynn was treated horribly by a group of very bad people expired on a campaign and they should never spy on a campaign to put it mildly never happened before in the history of our country will ease basically pointing the finger back at the Obama administration saying that while he was running for president president trump was running for president back in twenty fifteen to twenty sixteen he's saying that the Obama administration's justice department was illegally looking into what was going on in his campaign and basically comes down to accusations of partisanship and politicization on both sides of the aisle I think that the Democrats really going after the justice department which has been traditionally so independent from what's happening in the White House willing to at times look into and investigate the goings on of his own party at the White House and saying that William Barkat if he's doing is constitutionally required duty just acting on the president's behalf and present health kind of playing the what about game as he looks back a few years and says he with the Obama administration's justice department I was playing politics not his own is this all coming about because of tourney General William Barr removing the district attorney Geoffrey Berman ends yeah I mean it it certainly doesn't help William Barr's case and you know although president trump has the right to dismissed any of these US attorneys at anytime you like he was the optics of the situation William Barr announcing late on a Friday night that Berman with stepping down Berman later saying I never resign showing up for work the next day on a Saturday morning and then it having to be trump who steps in to actually fire him over the weekend it seems like the trump administration there never really crossing the line when it comes to their actions always seems like there's an administrative staff but they're going about it in the wrong way in a potentially illegal waste inspired by the Supreme Court on other issues being flagged on Capitol Hill today it seems like it the governing party administrative aspect of the action that president trump and his administration you get
Dove Soap's Owner Is Criticized Over Skin-Lightening Cream
"The company that owns dove soap and Ben and Jerry's ice cream is under pressure to stop selling its skin lightening cream I realized seventeen region was my skin pretty skilled Unilever's fair and lovely promotes the idea that light skin is more attractive than
Democrats demand investigation over firing of powerful New York federal prosecutor
"The house Judiciary Committee plans to subpoena Attorney General William Barr as it investigates the firing of a federal prosecutor the committee's chairman Democrat Jerry Nadler says he'll try to compel the Attorney General to appear on July second the move is expected after the firing of Geoffrey Berman U. S. attorney for the Southern District of New York Berman had been investigating several of president trump's advisers and associates including his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani over the weekend Berman refused to step down but reversed course when he was assured his investigations would
Nadler to subpoena AG Barr over Berman firing
"House Judiciary Committee chair Jerry Nadler says he's asked U. S. attorney Geoffrey Berman to testify on Wednesday along side to whistle blowers no word on whether he will Burma's stepped down this weekend from his post as U. S. attorney for the Southern District of New York after an extraordinary public clash with Attorney General bill Barr Simon marks reports Democrats are demanding an inquiry into the extraordinary defenestration of Geoffrey Berman the U. S. attorney in the Southern District of New York over the weekend Mr Berman is the man who has been leading criminal investigations into president trump's business empire the activities in Ukraine of the president's personal lawyer Rudy guiliani and also the investigation into Jeffrey Epstein the disgraced and now deceased financier accused of sex trafficking but all of that came to a sudden end when Attorney General William Barr also president trump to fire Mr Berman over the weekend and the Democrats leader in the Senate Charles Schumer wants to know why that the actions were taken on a late Friday was the first clue something nefarious was happening the late Friday night dismissal reeks of potential corruption of the legal process the second clue was that Attorney General Barr about what he and the president were doing Mr Barr claimed that Mr Berman was quote stepping down my short while later Mister Berman revealed that in fact he was not stepping down in the space of just a few minutes our nation's top law enforcement official proving to be dishonest with the American people the U. S. attorney's office in New York has a long tradition of jealously guarding its independence
"jerry" Discussed on Amy Schumer Presents: 3 Girls, 1 Keith
"Girl walks up to me. And she's got her phone out and she says. Excuse me do you remember your friend. Jesse mentioned it. Who was this person talking about and I go of course? He's the guy who said to me. She says we've been living together for twenty years. I have him on the phone right now across the street from this place. Jessie wasn't the guy that was our other friend. Mike Costanza weight but imagine I'm standing across in the first place at went on stage and the guy who encouraged me to do with his partner walks up to me and he's on the phone. This was like three months ago. One of the craziest things ever happened. And she says he and micro getting together tonight for dinner well and I'm thinking well of course on invaded. I'm not going but I would. I wanted to ask. People are stupid. Life is dumb. It would be nice if he could get over and you guys could hang out if he could get over his last name. That was very buddy. Why because name's Costanza took his name. Yeah that's funding worth one hundred million dollars. It's it's definitely not that's crazy. That's like a joke number. Yeah okay well. We've wasted everybody's time enough. I know but we've got a couple more minutes. Is there anything that we will just kick ourselves? We didn't if we didn't ask to take a moment again about your parents like what they were like cal. No Mark told us. My Dad was insanely funny. Insanely funny stuff. Joke jokes and in the army had a metal box. You can imagine what jokes were in the army. You know was Outrageous survived. You know. Everybody knew millions of jokes and he had a box and he had them all in a file and but both of my parents were orphans. And they both got yeah. They both got married very late in life. Orphans like they were. They grew up in an orphanage. An orphanage part company like we've spent a lot of time together that we know like nothing about talk about jokes. Okay so so you as you might imagine they were very independent self sufficient people and I got that gene. You know just like. Don't you know my dad never worked for anybody? Couldn't he had his own little business but they were both like that. They were just very resilient independent freedom independence and freedom was like. That's the greatest thing you can happen. Your mom funny little bit a little bit. Yeah which this is a dunk. How did they meet? Has Your parents at a wedding and kind of work in his wedding. Catering was she so worse mortgage board. I haven't seen Horford's is fascinating. Did your parents did they pass away. Sorry for your loss. Sorry sorry my mom lived to ninety nine. She died years ago. My Dad died younger but But they got to. My Dad got to see me. Kind of start. To get practice was great. It was really great. It was really crazy in that time. In one thousand nine hundred seventy five to think of being a comedian when it was like it was nine and Kirby and you know it was just like you. Who's going to do this? Is this the beginning when you were just starting stand up like we're well eventually? He's going to get a job but he's doing this. Nice thing. Yeah this is probably a little fun thing. He's doing stern I really. He was kind of disappointed that you didn't have like a bit because you know people who are so successful. They always have some deep seated problem with their fathers. You know every athlete every whatever and I just remember him being kind of disappointed that you didn't have that Labor. I don't believe in that. I I think all these I think we label it that way wells because this is because of that I I think if you have a hunger you have it I don't know but it does color. You know the story and it does call. But yeah the Richard. Pryor grew up in a brothel yes. It's more romantic mart. Bra Wait till you find out about mark. He has had many lives. Nothing I need to know. I mean that well before we go. I just want to say how much I love you and how much you've made my life so much better and letting your life mark you're absolute garbage and I hope you forget my address. It's great to be on the show. Thank you this is a. This is a beautiful setup. You got here thank you know I mean just the whole thing that you come here you hang out. Yeah it's not bad right is there? Do you come early. And you get a little food or really. Didn't get anything. Nothing on the air wonder freak out mark because he was gushing about you Yeah we got some food in the kitchen. First of all great job you find Rachel. You really up a lot of questions for Jerry and earlier Jane Keith. You much like a turtle your head went into your shell and we heard nothing firm. You can't stand him all right. Please follow us on Instagram at three years one key. That's the number three girls. The number one keith. Stay strong toxin. Three three girls. One Keith is a spotify original podcast. Our executive producer me. Amy Schumer and Kevin Kane are executive producers at spotify. Are Bar Coleman Robin Hopkins three girls when Keith is produced in collaboration with the team Gilded Audio Andrew Chug Whitney Donaldson and Samaya atoms and Dan. Rosato and by the way make sure to all three girls when Keith so you don't miss a single episode. We've asked you to stop worrying that. Little shirt with a moon and a hoodie wearing short sleeve and a hood is very odd. Yeah Harvest Moon. That's just terrible..
"jerry" Discussed on Amy Schumer Presents: 3 Girls, 1 Keith
"Party or whatever you saying you don't you don't want to like public. No no he's saying how privately to via privately. That's impressive it's just the It's kind of respect for the difficulty of of comedy. You know just so difficult. I heard stories. Somebody told me today but a navy seal them at this Super Navy seal guy and they asked him When did you know you wanted to be a navy seal? And he said you don't WanNa be a navy seal You are navy seal. You WANNA BE FORGET IT. You have no chance right. Yes Yeah. Sounds hotter the navy seal. Yeah but I I know I do feel like when I started when I wanNA talk trash about. Someone's act do realize like you know everything I do. I'm disgusted by as soon as I've done it. You know it's just looking at a pile of your own dumb headshots right now on a swing because photographer told me in photo shoots like have people always tried to make you like hold the chicken or no. Oh really chicken own horrible thing. That's I guess the Kathy Griffin Story. When when you realize when you think you have to listen to photographers that is such a sad. That is a real. Do you have anyone that you check in with you. Run jokes past George Wallace or anybody like that. No no no donny okay. So George Wasser areas comedian. How did you guys meet just doing stand up? Just hanging around the bars in the in the mid seventies and Just a great guy funny guy. And he's what's He's had some fashion moments over face. And sometimes I I'll say to him God. All those people we started out with was like the beginning of the New York marathon on the verizon and what happened and and He said and he said to me in this was really true. He says they weren't there at the beginning. What do you mean they? Just those there. Are Those people that are there that this is it you know I am? This is this is that I don't know what it was like when you started when I started. If people came in four nights a week it was a quit now. I know you need to be getting at least every night and you know and yeah I mean we would go years without a night off. Here's to New York comics when it came from Philly Philly and eighty four. We only had two open mics Wednesday and Thursday so when guys from New York came through there was sharp. Yeah right but that's what I saw in mark when we met that night. Oh He's one of the IGUANAS those lizards. He's one with the prairie. He's not going anywhere and such a perfect mental illness. Stay and this visit passed around quite a bit over the course of these many years. I've been doing this. I haven't met a lot of them. It's true it's weird. I was like mark. Let's go in that respect for comedy and that and he didn't have that like I should be headlining. You know right out the gate and I should you know very What still no. No that's good. You know I was doing this show in London the couple of months ago and I was talking to Jim Gaffe again and he was in Spain. And I'm going. I need a WHO who I said who should get to open the show. He's yeah that's that's that's GONNA fly up from Spain just to hang out and do sets for nothing hanging spinner. He was doing shows where Barcelona Well Barth is working on this for an Amazon. I one this is really funny. That's the first one. How do you know why he knew he runs the numbers? Your instincts not question mark. He doesn't need the audience. They need him more but it clearly works and I think the reason it works is because sitcoms are so bad the negative things anymore dimension of Performer. Sitcom so bad. It's gotten so much difficult. Why to chart the culture? We did my show in the nineties. It was so easy to make fun of things so easy. You just knew what to do. You know the angle you're GonNa take and you know what that's going to be fresh and it's going to be you know exactly where their head is that we don't know we're anybody's head. Is that now in terms of in terms of three hundred million people. Where's their head at a while? They've never seen some this happened. They've never seen in all the silly stuff we did. We just knew well. No one ever did that. That'll get him all right. Let's see what other questions I wrote. I have a question because I think you're a really great data around your kiss and sausage just left for college and I'm just wondering like where you like a little puddle like what was it like for your total puddle. Everybody was. He's a special kid. She's really smart and then asked falling apart there in the moment. When you're saying goodbye in always I said so. You'll be okay right. Yeah like the most casual question kind of North American University. I think I'll be all right. Should stay here for a while but I do get the question a lot and I always say that. It's kind of like if you found a little baby alligator and you put it in your tub and you think Oh look at this. Look at this little bite teeth. Look at this. Little teeth is so cute. And then some time goes by and you go. You know I think we gotta get this thing. The Hell Outta here needs to go be murdering and eating other living thing. Do they come? Watch your kids yeah? They've seen me. There's nothing do is anything to go to work. I said I'm going out. I got to go to work. He says you'll be back at eight thirty and I go. Oh see the hundred meters Olympics. It's only ten seconds. That's would you say kids like give you the most consistent joy like or maybe eighty or creativity that is felled even frustrated creativity in other words. Just putting yourself in a place where you have to come up with. Something is the only air that we have. Yeah everything else is just. It's not good. And what's your favorite part of? It is the creating it the working on it or the finished product that you can go like. I did none none of that. None of all of it. It just doesn't matter it doesn't matter I'll get over. You have to get over being actually productive. That's the first thing you you gotta forget about. What do you use it down? You'd like sit down you sit down to work. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA try and come up with something about that joke. That doesn't work that doesn't have an ending. Just let's let's work on that. Yeah and and I was doing that before the Sitcom when we got the Sitcom. It was nothing to me. I I've been looking at blank pages for fifteen years. I knew you know okay. We need a funny conversation. And these guys sit down. Yeah okay you know I was used to that I don't know how Comedians who don't do any sort of formal work would write a script. I think that's why they get into that situation. When we've got a couple of producers and they're going to handle the scrimmage no no no you handle handle at best writer in the room right yeah and if your tastes your tastes that matters one of my favorite days of my life. So far was last summer. I was like do you want to go over. The jokes were working on and we just sat in the room and we smoked cigars. And I mean you also got rid of about fifteen minutes of my act like he's like no and also my my closer my special. You know that was Jerry. Ameline those oh I tried it and I was like an A. Became my closer ever go after they see it they go that lining Jerry. I show one time in like I wasn't really working and you're like in my dressing room is just meeting for the first time and you gave me like the fix and I was like this is so great. It's backed out. I still remember you need to always report. Maybe our branch so so if you if we don't sit down that day we don't get.
"jerry" Discussed on How I Built This
"Hey welcome back to how I built this from NPR. I'm Cairo's so in the early nineteen eighties. Spending Geri's was just one shop in Burlington Vermont. And it was doing well then. Jerry gave up big generous scoops of ice cream. They had happy customers but they were pretty bad. Doing all the things that took to run a business. We weren't making Prophet. You know the sixteen hours a day that we were open seven days a week. The standards that we had for ourselves in terms of how a retail shop should be run or not standards that we were able to achieve. We were really good at creating an atmosphere in the shop that was welcoming and Fawn less than excellent at hiring people at supervising people and most of all. We were really bad at portion control. You're giving away too much ice cream. Yes we you know when you when you scoop nice big scooper customer you get this beautiful smile and really warm response and it's really positive reinforcement for over scooping and Ben and I. We wanted to make people happy well and also we wanted to keep our prices really low you know in terms of the food service business in every business except for ice cream. The portions are controlled in the back. Yeah out of sight of the customer and when you're scooping ice cream you're supposed to control. The portion inside of the customer and of the scoop is too big. You're supposed to take a little off in the customer. Hates that one of the reasons. We started packaging. Our ice cream was because we weren't so good at running a shop and one of the things we thought about was. Well maybe we CAN'T CONTROL. How much is criminally putting on a cone? But you certainly can control. How much ice cream? You're putting into a container because it only fits so much right so so that was. That was a big turning point for you when you decide. Let's packages stuff. Well before before that we decided to accurate in two and a half gallon tubs and so it to other people and let them figure out. Oh and then they were. They were charging massive premium. For probably right well you know I mean I was the guy who was going around selling the ice cream to these restaurants and the restaurants would say no. I'm not going to carry your ice cream anymore. Because my employees are eating a lot of our problems would be solved if we made the ice cream..
"jerry" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"That wasn't his first movie but that was his first movie where it's like. We're going to see this up for you where you get like it's almost like we're going to run the offense for you feature you as you tons shots. We're running plays for UK heart and he shot like ninety eight percent. I mean he was just hitting them out of the park and he that movie was it made for a reasonable budget was expected to do like okay and making a hundred million dollars at the box office was lightning in a bottle and and get into play opposite Gabrielle Union. I honestly didn't WanNa do it because I remember saying no. One's GonNa believe it was the biggest stretch rather do my career. I wasn't gonNA CALL BS on it. No one's GonNa believe that so some allies I pulled it off. It was probably more than me and especially with accounts like their. Do you wish he chased the house around us like we're all my whose mistake ooh. Here's a funny. There's a funny beaten that movie that I don't know of anybody caught so if anybody catches it again on TV right so in that movie she throws out now all my character stuff and brings in new nice couple stuff and there's a scene where she sitting on the couch and we have to have a serious talk and I sit on the couch and the couch was so high my feet didn't touch the ground and I give her a look like it doesn't give reference but I always thought that was a funny moment but that was just unbelievable is my first look at like the power of social media too because everyone in that movie had a little bit of a following over and again that was a little engine that could movie that made one hundred million dollars at the box office and got a sequel destroyed. Would you be in a huge sports in basketball fan in general what's your take on the current state of the league with all of the craziness Nisa Free Agency players going everywhere and now teams settling in and it being so much parody is still in my opinion is slightly you look at the Lakers occurs in you like a D and Lebron but like even still you know other teams. What are your thoughts on this upcoming season as a as a superfan somebody who is a diehard Komo Knicks Fan? I think this is going to be an unbelievable. NBA season because this is the first time in a long time the regular seasons gonNA mean something. I mean always means something but it was a foregone conclusion for the last almost five years we know at least one in the teams who are going to be in the finals we pretty much almost no both both so last year was the first real exception with the raptors getting in there so this year now I can't tell you who's going to be in the finals. I don't know if it's GONNA be Lakers. Bucks is a going to be you know. Celtics Warriors the warriors in a shock everybody it's wide open. We have parody which is what everyone's been asking for for a long time. I think it's the most entertaining sport that we have going right now and a lot of it is because of the players in the story lines that going on and again like I say the first year in a long time you're not guaranteed a playoff spot in the west. You are just flat out not and you could end up with the seven seed and be a really good team and got to mess around and play the Lakers and diverse around and still be a good team. Who's going to the ship who win the championship this year a of course you can't use your team make you feel better whereas like for several reasons? That's a really good question okay. I'm GONNA say Lakers because I do think we're going to get a we've never seen Lebron rest right. He's never really really ready. He took one week off in Miami on Cleveland. He went to Miami for a week during the season came back and I think that's the one the chip or almost one so. It's hard to go against Lebron when he's healthy so I think the Laker stay healthy and I think maybe manages games a little bit it. I'M GONNA GO Lakers and I think we're GONNA see. I think we're GONNA see Janice breakthrough. I'M GONNA GO Lakers bucks with the NBA wants Right Lakers. Bucks moved are clippers dishes going to win. That's my number gratuity. I mean yeah and you got the opportunity to see us come. La to see US come to La kind of change the clippers around the clippers now. Oh was you think about that transitioning. I WANNA go back in time and watch you guys. Some more men. I swear allowed me my my friends. Were all the kind of same as we talk about that clipper team all the time so I said we're not article came out man. It was like we've been waiting for it because that's not just change it change a lot of stuff in the NBA man. It was so dope to watch so excited. If we get Lakers clippers I lived in. La In twenty years you see that in the playoffs like in the western conference that could give Rexburg Eh. That'll be like the best stadium he's got the flu dream one days to see Clippers Lakers in the western Knicks Nets and the ease in how we got our brand partners WANNA WANNA so appreciation for coming on the show with no special knuckleheads addition of the Hennessy. Vso P very special very very very on the save this the Knicks win a championship apply so it's going to be a nice long the missing man you're GonNa crack that thing you and your son we get old enough. That's right take some of that next the championship so you'll ask the wrap man we did our I I I would of athlete now after my Man Jerry Ferrara Aka Turtle Aka Brock okay we in a building everybody's favorite lawyer you tell them about the guy's name I think like Oh man but you know what I'm saying he was killing it in that to say we appreciate the love man we talked about how many things New York all things onto rise we got into power focal jewels on y'all now when he had.
"jerry" Discussed on Committed
"Maria saved a lot of Jerry's voicemails. She wishes she had more, but he was texter not a caller has actually kept a book of all of their texts together. She only has about six little voice notes left. Both of them just say, hey, call me or waiting for you down in the lobby. Try not to listen to them very often because when she does, it just puts her down and she can't do much of anything for a couple of days. Here's one of our favorites. Very nice, very nice. Sound cured. Enjoy your day. You know, call you later. Okay, dokey. Have a good one. This episode was hosted and reported by Jo Piazza and memory of Jerry, right with special thanks to Maria and Fred, right? As well as every town for gun safety. It was produced unedited by Ramsey and Tyler clang with mixing by tristen McNeil. The executive producers are Joe Piazza Mangga ticker, and we'll Peirce seem song music by tristen McNeil for comments. Suggestions are to be part of the show. Give us a call at four zero four, nine, nine, six one one, seven, three. That's four zero four, nine nine six one one, seven, three. You can grab a copy of Joe's new book. Charlotte Walshaw likes to win on Amazon or wherever books are sold commended with Joe Piazza has been a production of the house stuff works family produced in our studios located in Atlanta, Georgia. It's baritone Thurston host of spit. I heart radio newest podcast, twenty three and me that explores how understanding your DNA changes, how we think about ourselves and the world around us. John legend joined us to discuss how are we all related. We're not a nine point, five percent the same, but that point, five percent is an area. We have been eager to explore those small differences, inspired a lot of discrimination. I feel like we're becoming more connected. I feel like we're learning more about how much we have in common, listen to the full episode of spit with twenty three and me. Now in the iheartradio app, wherever you listen to podcasts.
"jerry" Discussed on Committed
"Hello, I'm angry and I'm Laurin full the bomb. And we have some exciting news for you are show food stuff all about the science, history, and culture. Food and drink is relaunching as saver. We along with super producer, Dylan fake are hitting the road to find the stories behind all the things that we like to eat and drink. We'll be talking to the culinary creators eaters of the world to get to the bottom of why we like what we like and how we can get more of those things in our lives. On first trip, we went to Asheville North Carolina ST that pulled out of a seventy year economic depression with beer and food. We spoke with brewers chefs, distillers farmers, forgers historians and journalists who've been part of his turn around, and we are going to be talking about all kinds of things like the medieval techniques going into some of the most talked about new beers and how ashville was cemented as a tourist town by to Berkeley campus, and some of the things made possible and delicious by bacteria and east. Yup. Like cheese chocolate and the f. or mentioned beer, booze new episodes. Will be coming out as they always have Wednesday and Friday on apple podcasts. Try had spoken to him because he had Pete's told me said, I haven't seen you guys for weeks. It's time for me to come home. And as a win, were you think he could trying see? I can switch my shift tomorrow, but we have a golf tournament tomorrow the following week in his Father's Day. And he said, oh, that's right. Father's day's following weekend that I'll come next week and so I can be there were dad for Father's Day. And so we always said, love you. When we spoke. Ended that call with their. I love us. Maria thinks about those. I love us a lot now. Jerry work late the night of June. Eleventh. After he finished his shift, he went out with his friends to this nightclub called pulse. Pulse was a pretty well known gay club in Orlando. It was on orange avenue. This gray building a little bit of neon, palm trees out front. It was almost the end of the night by the time Jerry got there close to him. He ended up finding a parking space right by the front door. And when he walked in, it was already almost last call. Good morning. I'm Darrel Brown breaking news at this hour from Orlando or their reports of shooting at a nightclub in that city. NBC's Sarah is on the phone near the scene and Sarah good morning to you. What are you seeing in Orlando. Good morning, you know, huge, massive seen. It just keeps getting beggar. We're here at the marine, Fred woke up to news of the shooting, but they had no way of knowing that Jerry was at the club. As far as they knew he'd worked late, gotten home late and gone to bed. I got up early because I usually play golf on Saturday morning. They're very early. So it was up and I heard on the news that they had been shooting in Orlando, but because precisely because he has spoken the night before and yet said that that he was working late. I wasn't concerned at all. I went on to play golf and we had absolutely no idea that you had been the club. As soon as Maria heard about the shooting. She texted Jerry because I didn't want to call him because I figured he might be sleeping light in. So I texted him what's going on in Orlando. I kinda kept trying to call him and my daughter who was living in Atlanta start called me, and I was like, have you talked to him no to? I started getting a little concern when in so I called Fred in, but he was heading home right at that minute as I finished my round my my other son, Joe called me, and he said that I think Jerry was at the club in said, no, that can't be impossible. He said he was going to work late. He said, yeah, I think he was there. Jerry's remains a called. He'd never made it back to the house the night before. And so a dad moment I dropped everything we flew up to or landing me and we went to the hospital. There was a family reunification center in a hotel. Maria say there with with Joe and I went to the hospital Seve. He was in the hospital right there. I started asking around and they had a list of people that were in the hospital, and they told me he wasn't list. We try calling every hospital. They had taken the injured too, and we just couldn't find them anywhere. And it was such a surreal place to be because you are looking at everybody in a freight to talk in anybody and everybody looked at each other's eyes, and everybody had this kind of guilty look like because everyone was praying, let mine be okay. And then they said they were going to give us a briefing and a doctor got on a table and said he was going to read out the names of the people who were in hospitals. And he starts reading names and I find myself thinking of the irony that I was praying so hard that my son be terribly injured b. So badly injured, he couldn't have called me, and that's what I was praying for. Because the alternative was worse. As they read every name, Maria kept telling herself. Jerry would be the last. This made sense there were going in alphabetical order. Their last name again with a w Jerry would be on the list. She just had to wait. And of course they got to the last name. They didn't mention it. And then there was a silence. And then somebody said, what about the rest? Does that mean they're debt? Does that mean they're lying there in pandemonium broke up. I mean, people were screaming ladies were fainting. I mean, it wasn't just. Pain was feeling it was the pain. Everybody else was feeling. It's so hard to describe how episode terrible that was. Because it wasn't just Maya Guinea. It was like a an exponential Ag. The medical examiner told the rights that they needed something to try to identify Jerry by. By that point, the f. b. i. taken over the investigation and they weren't releasing any of the bodies. They just left the bodies in the club. And my son, at that point, my six foot boy. Looked at me and I said, baby, I think Terry's gone. Any scream. No, can't be just collapsed on the floor. And I'm like, okay, I'm five foot. How am I gonna do this? We went to hotel that we found nearby and we just couldn't imagine what kind of a night we had. We had no idea still at that point, whether he was dead or live. They returned at eleven the next morning crowd, then a little, but not much some recovered loved ones and some people hadn't no one talked to one another. There are still so many families to tell bad news to that. The officials would bring people into the stairwells just so they'd have some privacy during those conversations. Finally approached a police woman. I said, please, I just wanna know what's happened to my son. We've been here since two o'clock yesterday afternoon. We need to know. I remember they scored a out of the building and we went around the building for a moment. My heart just went, maybe they found Mamie. They're taking us to him. And I remember for you know, feeling that hope. And then I saw turned the corner and they were bringing us to one of those kind of like temporary buildings. Like the temporary school classes. In my heart. So I knew. That they were gonna tell something we didn't wanna hear, and the way they told us was was horrific to thinking back. You know, we can understand there were overwhelmed and everything else, but it was put in the room and that was a police officer. Give us a chaplain was a chaplain there in someone. Some other gentlemen and the police officer said, well, you know, there was a shooting last night and lot of people were killed, not people did make it out lot. Lot of people didn't make it out. Your son was one of them in to got up in. I mean, that was we got informed at our son was been killed in in pulse. Hugged each other really tight. Cried. The chaplains that is there anything you need anything you want to know? And I said, yes, when am I see my son. And they said, well, there's an FBI briefing right now. So we are marched within minutes of being told, our son was dead. We're taking into this REU with about two hundred people. To here. Different people in the FBI in the mayor's office, talking about logistics when our entire world had just been turned upside down in my older son had gone to get my daughter at the airport, but she flew in from Atlanta and they came into this room and I looked over at my children in all I could do was shake my head, and that's how I told my children, their brother was debt. I think anytime a child dies for parent, it's the worst thing that can happen. To lose child suddenly adds layer to that. To lose child to violence adds another layer. When you lose your child to violence with forty eight other people at the same time, there's a layer of har- that's really hard to explain. Because you're not just feeling yours, you're feeling everyone's. And it's horrible.
"jerry" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"jerry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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"jerry" Discussed on WNVZ Z104
"Jerry chevy law phil who so i know you nine new music music never seen you adjust long it's a special occasion not in that area but i'm glad i made john thank you.
"jerry" Discussed on First Take
"Today at whatever you you'd showed showed up there was in a sweet you're probably didn't even feel a damn cold weather even get started with you the remaining people while i was i was i was a man of the people suffering because of that a meta sort of a 25 years literally as to what he brought his kids to the show i said how could you do that to these kids how could you subject the mid this gotta whether it's for travesty boy while i was there will i was told that roger goodell didn't di speak to jerry jones antonio jerry jones initially there would be no suspension of the kill elliot so that's workforce was theodore's super bowl week if that's true the net add substance in crete ends two jerry joe old being irate when they reversed course and ultimately the kill elliott suffered those dispatches which means that not only did he lose this would add insult to injury but janet from him but it it would be bad it's about the money buys it's not about it's not about the two million dollars this reminds webroot brought of silicon valley the hvo show the other day it's very funny and and and there's maybe the first season two billionaire tech company owners are going at each other and they're spending money on billboards insulting the other guy where you know so so the other guy can see from his office and actually meant more to each guy than anything else right than how the company was actually doing going at the other guy this is all pure egos stuff that's what makes it much fun two million dollars doesn't mean anything to jerry jones it's the it's good delon jerry jones a in an ego card test taking shots at each other get your popcorn it is the largest ever they'll last one 1999 it was for one million yeah it would double example well can.
"jerry" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
"Oh the survey carried during the bought the rest of the amendment that right privacy to speak to be interesting to look at the emergence of a criminal economy also i'm only for these it's more profiles affair this really subversive strings day in round especially the delights molecular from one world trade center in manhattan this is the new yorker radio hour a coproduction of wnyc studios and the new yorker welcome to the new yorker radio hour i'm david remnant today's episode i hope is a little treat a live interview i did at the new yorker festival in the fall with somebody i have admired for quite a long time when i went out on stage to introduce him though i was i was almost at a loss for words us you'll hear because this guy if you'll excuse the cliche it happens to be accurate each no shooter welcome to the new yorker festive one david remnant you know that s s jerry seinfeld and no flash photography no reward why not you wanted to flesh your way all right you feel like jackie kennedy i get it out of your system now so you've got this new special on on netflix jerry before seinfeld and one of the amazing confessional parts of it is that you begin talking about the construction of a joke your first joke what made you think you could do this thing be a comedian just from being funny in the house i really didn't the truth is i really didn't think that i could and i didn't really care whether i could or i couldn't i had i just got to this point where i was so in love with it that i just decided what's the difference you know what's the difference it seemed much more important to me to do the thing you want to do then success or failure this is nineteen 75 you know and we were still a little bit of the.
"jerry" Discussed on First Take
"And is you elliot in the grand scheme of things is small potatoes you think jerry jones is going through the legal were small potatoes right no listen will i think the one thing that we're not talk when i talk how dave i'm talking about a guy who wasn't afraid to go against the league get out of here in georgia is definitely not a free to go against but again listen on we'll have to agree will will give the power that jerry jones wars is is just unquestioning in this particular situation the way logical deal is handled the protest what do you think is ready to roll the the domestic violence ct this love these things been chipping away at the lee the league has been reactive not pull active in getting ahead of things so we look at the totality of all these days what you see is a li they're slowly diminishing slowly coming down on earth the owners again they're concerned about the bottom dollar yes you do you gotta you gotta check the mayor they're still there foot man four for the other owners and i think that's what jerry joe's large shareholder feels the sea always doing a bad job exact worth the businesses even in declined he doesn't even think the ceos doing a bad job but someone's got to be held responsible it's usually the ceo jerry jones is an enormous shareholder and a huge corporation and he's going after the ceo because he sees trouble on the horizon jerry jones has a famous saying don't let your money get mad stephen eight you're suggesting when you point see clearly it as the sole cars or the primary cars that he's let his money get mad i'm not telling you he's not mad and i'm not telling you zeke suspension doesn't play a role in it but it's part of the pie they have hired billionaires who has spent minimum hundreds of millions of dollars in some cases billions on buying a business point to the mandate asked to step forward take the bullets solve the problems in do what they say and they've looked at this past year and said.
"jerry" Discussed on First Take
"List pump the brakes maybe we need to put this guy and chick jerry jones is in the same move as his mentor el davis al davis was considered a maverick in the nfl you know as far as always concern costly soon in a failed charlie gave that powell jerry jones along the same line this is a guy that since he became only he's always been kind of unconditional but an in a great way whether this marketing of doing individual sponsorships flick dallas cowboys which what a ton of money which you know intern tokyo vehicles four sponsor sponsorships with concern this is clearly again this is about jerry jones trying to flex its muscle why year to either put blood commissino listed we are the boss you're you're employee or to move off from logical dale and put somebody else employees that will do their bidding that's what the oldest oil above all about power money stephen first of all a first of all damien are appreciate you agree with me because obviously i said that jerry jones of trying to flex its muscle now let me give back to will came bravo will congratulations you know maybe i should call you captain obvious huda held does it know it's about power huda note at the question was what is going on with jolt and the nf l emanating off the reports that he's contemplating suing the national football league so obviously what with the owners have always been about power they've always been about money do we need to regurgitate how many times on this very show this very platform we've discussed how the owners also about their money they'll do anything these are the same group of dudes that got two hundred forty six million dollars a piece.
"jerry" Discussed on First Take
"Good morning good morning glad to have you with us max i wanna start with you here what is going on yeah what is going on because it's not just the jerry jones is going after goodell it's who he's going after him with the hiring of david boys as his attorney was curious to me because david boys the attorney has come under fire recently four representing harvey weinstein that's not why he's under fire incidentally just cause more weinstein's controversial but it came to light there's been reporting that he tried to get boys tried to get a negative article about harvey weinstein killed in the new york times as it turns out he was also wrapping the new york times at the time so he is in some controversy right now and we're i jerry jones that's not the first guy would think of to hire to represent me in a lawsuit against the league so why what are you hire david boys well jerry jones was influential in helping las vegas land in nfl franchise he was also in early investor in draft kings which many have argued as a form of legalised sports gambling obviously las vegas is a place where there is legalised squirts gambling now draft kings again goodell excuse me jerry jones an early investor is represented by who david boys and roger goodell has been on the record usa today and all over the place he the league is not compromising their position on legalize sports gambling even though they are relocating to las vegas jerry jones has an interest in it.
"jerry" Discussed on First Take
"Some owners don't want to pay him a whole lot maybe it's a negotiating stance maybe it's leverage eight shit c h it by the way that that's okay that you put on the table that you can take off all cave you know you negotiate the salary hey we don't believe in what you hear anyway we're gandhi jerry jones doesn't want him they're period and the exhibit yield elliot situation is a good enough excuse or maybe left the catalyst that sets it all off with there's a host of other reason i said as a as i mentioned earlier the hiring of boys as an attorney by jerry jones is interesting to me and perhaps instructive and leo iran we're going to get back into this topic at m a bring up some of those facts then well you got all were you you you got a lot of ifs and your argument inaki respect that but the bottom line is you've got to ask yourself how much respect you have fought adam schefter nyquist points it particularly adam schefter at the time months ago when we were talking about roger goodell 's contract extension adam schefter went on national television and essentially said hey roger goodell is in the midst of getting ready to sign an extension it's going to extend him for years to come in the bottom line is is that clearly the owners want him to be there commissioner it's pretty much a foregone conclusion amac warning him directly paraphrasing here he basically said hey it's a foregone conclusion that rosica does gonna be the commissioner for years and years to come probably into the year 2024 stuff that around that time so what i'm saying to you is how do we give from there to here there's only one explanation and that is that jerry jones has an ax to grind there's no other way around the because everything else that you bring up max is valid as it may be.
"jerry" Discussed on First Take
"The court cutters young generation getting stuff online and all kinds of reasons for a host of reasons ratings are down and that includes the nfl's tv rate so anyway all this falls under the auspices of of the ceo of the company right whether or not he has control over all these things or should be blamed for everything a large stakeholder jerry jones is saying stuff is a lot of stuff is happening that i'm nervous about a lot of stuff is happening i'm not crazy about and ultimately the buck stops with the ceo well and that's roger goodell what max let me ask you this question are you saying that that's more of an issue rather than jr roger goodell exacting a sixgame suspension or try to exact a sixgame suspension against zeke you'll elliott is that what you're saying well i think that your right to identify the kill elliott situation of course but my point is that may be the straw that broke the camel's back but it is an adding up of certain circumstances and situation well that i don't think jones likes the way goodell handled and this is the latest example well let me be direct i don't think that you're wrong about what thing in terms of it adding up but what i'm saying is there would be no jerry jones threatening to sue the nfl if it were not for roger goodell handed down a sixgame suspension ezekiel elliott that's where i'm going with this i'm not saying that anything that you're saying is off kilter i understand that those a valid points that you're making my point is it still would it be a situation where we're sitting here talking about jerry jones potentially threatening to sue the national football league.