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Indian IT Professional, Pregnant Wife Found Dead at New Jersey Home
"Murder suicide involving a married couple in North Jersey. Bergen County prosecutors say a neighbor called North Arlington police, saying she had looked through the mail slot in a family's front door and saw two people lying on the floor. Responding officers recovered the bodies of 33 year old biology, Rudra War and his wife, 31 year old Artie, both having suffered multiple stab wounds. A young child also in the apartment was unharmed. A go fund me campaign set up to support the child Does. The 3.5 year old was the couple's daughter? Erin Vote New Jersey when a
Rep. Andy Kim talks about the impact of anti-Asian hate
"Congressman. Andy kim of new jersey likes to say that he tries to practice the politics of humility. We saw that inaction in the aftermath of the january sixth insurrection when a photo of him cleaning debris alone from the rotunda went viral. Kim's humility is painfully present. In the conversation we had about anti-asian hate in the wake of the atlanta spa shootings and that has flared. Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic we talked about the impact of all of this on his five year old son in on himself. I didn't know what to tell my kid. And i didn't know what to say. I felt sadness. Because i knew that that was not the last time you would hear these things. Listen to the rest of this powerful conversation right now. congressman came. Thank you very much for coming to the podcast. Thanks so much for having me here today before we get into the big topic of of why we're here and and talking. Let's talk about your district. Because we you and i have spoken. Know offline before about your district which is a endless fascination for me new jersey's third congressional district right that's right. And the demographic makeup is about eighty percent wide and just under four percent asian american. That's about right. That's right and you were elected in twenty eighteen to your first term beating out of the incumbent republican and to add on top of it you are the first democrat of korean descent in the congress. The second overall how did a korean american in an overwhelmingly white district with a republican incumbent. Win election in two thousand eighteen. I'm still still trying to learn all the lessons. I'll be honest. I was why when i started running for congress twenty eighteen I remember my wife asked me. What's the chances that you can win. Said now know maybe fifteen percent. I think i was a little generous with myself at that time to my opponent. One by previous opponent he. You're right he's incumbent. Who won by twenty points in two thousand sixteen and what we ended up pulling off with twenty one point flip in two years To win the seat in now at even with that The the last democrat was re elected to see two one two in a row was before the civil war So so for us to pull is off was was a lot but look for me. This is my whole. And i i go into kindergarten. Here my oldest son's going to kindergarten here now this is this is where i love. This is where i had my first job. My first run you know. Got my first experience so many ways. And that's what. I try to convey the people here that i am a public school kid from this district that that got great opportunities because of this district went on to become rhode scholar. United states diplomat run for congress. I think that's why people appreciated what. I'm trying to bring here that honestly i'm not a knife fighting partisan politician in career public servant. I often say whether you voted for me or not. You're my boss and i talked about. I worked under both republicans and democrats. I think that that's what people are looking for. Someone who's actually not a politician end someone who's tried. Come at this from a set of public service. And i hope to be able to continue to convey to them that. That's what i'm trying to do. What mean here's what's interesting. You talk about that. Twenty one point flip In your district. When you ran the first time when you won election in two thousand eighteen you won by just two percentage points then you run for election in two thousand and twenty. Oh and i should point out that. Donald trump won the district by six points. Twenty sixteen and you talk about the big. You know how much you're the incumbent one but then in twenty twenty when you ran for re election. Donald trump won the district by but only by point two percent. But you won reelection by almost eight percent. What does that tell you about your district in how they were if anything and how they reacted to the trump presidency. Well it says a lot. And i'm still trying to dissect and analyze. It was say is it shows that that people paying attention to what i'm working on that they're not just voting straight down the line You're right either. President biden and senator both lost. My district is best election. And i was able to outperform them by about eight points but but i also think it shows that that that people are not just a straight party voters that the tens of thousands of people in this district voted for president trump in voted for me And now it's a question of why. And i've actually spoken to a number of people who voted for trump invoked for me. Part of it is about some of the issues. That are focused in on your the issues. That i give attention to life. Issues with veterans and issues specific to seniors Issues about the opioid crisis. That has hit so hard in my district so that is part of it but again a lot of people tell me that what it comes down to is just it is just the demeanor in some ways that they see me Somebody that while they may not agree with me on every issue they. They know that. I'm in this for the right reasons And i think that that's that means a lot to me. I want to see that. I am genuine ernest in my love of service and my love of this country and that kind of just wanted to make sure that. That's my northstar. Do these town halls every month over thirty three town halls. You know other things like that people like the engagement they lied. They see me working hard and hustling on their behalf of than in their family. So you know that. That's those are some of the takeaways that i that i get from neo friendly luncheon and so And that is a a a nice Dare say rosy picture of your district. However i was watching you on with My msnbc colleague Nicole wallace and and you were on talking about the tragedy in atlanta The mass shooting where eight people have died. Six of whom are asian asian american And sort of what that says about the tenor and tone of the conversation in this country and wondering from your perspective. How much of a role did donald trump play in. Fostering an atmosphere of menace daresay violence against asian-americans by using racist language to talk about the coronavirus pandemic. I the way. I sort of liking. This is that the former president certainly played a big role in in the situation. That rig i liken it to pour gasoline on a fire taking the situation in igniting even further fanning those flames. But i say that. By also recognizing that those flames existed before donald trump existed before the crowd of ours. It's going to exist after donald trump and after the krona virus I've experienced over the course of my whole life. Ever since i can remember events in my life. I remember some form of discrimination. Some former recognizing that other people see me as an other and that the that i'd never felt in my life fully comfortable that people see me as who i am. I just even go to what you just talked about before about about running for congress. I remember when i was running for congress. I talked to two political experts In the democratic party my party and they said look you seem like a nice guy in all but there's no chance you can win the seat because it's eighty over eighty percent white and less than three or four percent asian american and they told me. Why don't you think about going up to north jersey where there's a lot people that look like you and that's how the party tack to me. When i was thinking about running for congress it hurt and also someone that was a diplomat. The state department before that you know worked in afghanistan and iraq and then we found a letter on my desk when the state department telling me banned from working on anything related to korea. I never even applied to work on anything in korea and the united states state department proactively deemed me as unfit to work on an issue. Even though i had top secret security clearance born in the united states but they told me that letter basically how is that. They don't trust my loyalty
22 People Arrested In Human Trafficking Ring Bust In New Jersey
"Authorities have busted a human trafficking and prostitution ring that stretched from North Jersey to Mexico and beyond. Law enforcement arrested more than 20 people accused of helping run the network over a several year span, including managers and drivers, who also acted as enforcers and money collectors and a $250,000 a month operation. Prosecutors say more than 50 female victims were Lord with false promises from towns in Mexico and transported through Bergen Hudson, Middlesex and Passaic County's as they were forced into prostitution aside for The North Jersey men and women arrested and two men from Queens. The accused ringleader, 61, year old Burr, Mani and Nancy Ring. Cone of Teaneck, remains a fugitive in Colombia. Agents are working to have her extradited.
How Much Snow Did You Get? Get The Latest Snow Report For The New York Area
"A white Christmas on February, 1st be my guest with that in mind. We welcome back meteorologist. From the weather Channel Kin Boone and last can when and where will you start going toe, see more of a change over or makes from pure snow in the tri state area toe, maybe some freezing rain. Yes, we could see that tonight. In fact, out across eastern Long Island, we are seeing some rain and sleet mix in on as we head through the overnight hours. We have a window between now and about 2 A.m., where I think we do have the potential for some Slade or even some freezing rain to make Sam precipitation will be very light. So it's not like we're looking at a major icing event it all but Certainly we could see that mixed in, but it'll go back to snow. Azzawi approach daybreak and then it'll be mostly snow with us on into tomorrow afternoon before it finally tapers off just a few intermittent snow showers. As we have through the afternoon hours, we could still see another 2 to 4 inches of snow in and around the five boroughs, and that will put our snow totals with this storm anywhere between 15 and 20 inches by the time all is said and done, hire snow totals out across North Jersey and lower Hudson Valley. Windy conditions overnight winds could gust of times of over 45 MPH in spots of certainly won't want to be careful with that wind shields as well as the possibility. Some power outages and watch the coastal flooding. We do have coastal flood warnings and advisories in effect overnight as well. So do not put to
"north new jersey" Discussed on KOMO
"Jim Bohannon Show 18665 Jimbo. I guessed Andrew Campanella, president of school choice week dot com. We go to Robert in Charleston, South Carolina. Incidently Robert. I'll be joining John Quincy on his morning show at W. T. M. A Friday morning about 8:40 A.m.. So you might tune in for that as well. But go ahead with your question or comment. Okay. Thank you. Yeah, I will tune in for sure. I just wantedto say that I think the most important thing is it's a parent's spends time with their child slowly helps them with each individual step when they're little toe about 67 years old. At least that sounds early. But that's when Children get into work, forming habits and habit it slowly and methodically going through the homework the way they teach this suggestion, remembering what the teacher said. How the teachers said. It's how you're supposed to do it. That's the most important thing. I remember my grandmother. She was perhaps hospitality, joint half Sephardic Jew from Heidelberg, Germany, and she looked at me when I was about six years old. She said To me, you I'll only collected child because she was not very happy about how my parents weren't Kind of not think particularly a lot of attention to me, but my mom wasn't doing it because she read this book that doesn't Dr spots and Dr Spots that basically way well, yeah, we've all heard about the doctor spot book. Suffice it to say that Robert brings up a wonderful point, although, unfortunately in some families, they don't know how to provide the support or in some cases, you may have Single parent who's working 2.5 jobs just to put food on the table on a roof over their house, and they may not have the time or the energy left to do that kind of thing, Andrew No, I would say this. The things that he pointed out really do make a difference. And I do encourage every parent to be is involved, engaged, informed as possible, and this year, I think everybody has Because this pandemic has forced parents to be more engaged in their kid's education than ever before, And hopefully they will stay that way, because when parents form partnerships with their kids, teachers and they team up to help kids succeed, it is the most beautiful thing and great things can happen. So what we do need is more parent involvement in education. But the only way we can get as much parent involvement in education, aside from having an awful global pandemic is by letting parents be involved at the very start of the decision making process. That's where they send their kids to school. You empower parents to be able to make these choices. Get them involved. Then they're more likely to stay involved when their kids are in school. Here's Tommy in Charleston, West Virginia. Hello, Tommy. Hello, Mr Bohannon. Thanks for a great topic. Great guest. Very appropriate to the time of Corona. Let me go back to the mid 19 nineties. Living in North New Jersey, where I was born and raised. Who guys I know. Who happened to be Gypsies. They do have a certain cultural perspective. That frankly, I don't know much about. Okay. How does that relate to school choice? He says to me, the guy She knew I knew things and law. What do I do? Because I want to take my kid out of public school. They just were first year of junior high. You said this is where the society's too sophisticated, etcetera. I don't want my kid in school. What a way to go. So, Isis. I'll get back to you. I researched three states Maine, Florida in Jersey. The Jersey law on home schooling. Is like one page long. Approximately speaking other places. Voluminous wants what I want. Exactly Did you did you conclude from all of these these laws? Well, I prepped the guy to go in and talk to his. He was in a suburban district. I said, Go on, tell them He did it. Now. How Much different. Are we now? With these 50 states and the laws? All right, let's let our guest comment about that. Go ahead, Andrew. So, interestingly is Jersey does have a very good home schooling law, meaning it is flexible, and it allows parents to switch to home schooling without a lot of complications. And every state has their own home schooling law. And so some states are more flexible than others that there are groups out there that are working really hard to make sure that families do have the ability to switch to home schooling. Overseeing is not only making sure those laws are flexible in accommodating the families. But other rules allowing families to access extra coat curricular activities that their local public schools if they choose to homeschool be involved in sports. Take classes, one off classes here and there at public schools are online schools for home schoolers as well. I'll be back with more in just a moment. As Joe Biden becomes.
"north new jersey" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"The neighborhood. Have y'all had an experience where? You know what I'm saying? Where? I'm pretty sure everybody, you know, I know I had many You don't say where? Where you been pulled over. All right. There's been something that come on. You couldn't Jamie. Almost like man. That was a stupid ass question. E people look at us like, you know, you know, they think we made it, You know, because I'm who I am or whatever. Or you know who James boxes. Let me get a free pass like Nazis. Sometimes they even go out their way to make sure that you don't feel special. Thank you. Above anything. We'll go the extra mile to make sure we embarrass you or put you in an uncomfortable situation. So coming from North New Jersey is definitely been. You know, Time's getting pulled over her ass and I lay definitely it's normal. It's something one of those things where you expect, and I think that's the problem. The fact that it were so desensitized has become It's the norm that we think it's okay. And we tolerate so much more than it was then what we should so you know, it's Yeah, I know Jamie that story. The woman you learned how to just like, you know, but it's not like you're acting, bro. Because because, you know, little big, big me and you know, he said, it's a weird thing is like when I come in here. I'm already knowing like we got we have years into this. And when you talk about these type of issue look, man. Look, I live out in the I live out in a over there 1000 Miles away, man by 20,000 Miles away for five years, But you know, it's a white neighborhood. So you know, sometimes you get the living. I start feeling like what? I'm white. So something woke up talking. My boy tyrant turned from ministers aside, I said, I feel why today don't know what.
"north new jersey" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"And then I thought I'm never She made the little Thanksgiving little treats for us to take home in a plastic bag, you know, and we had and it was great. It was just great and they're not going to take us down, no matter what. In our heart. We're going to believe in ourselves and our families and our country. They're not going to take us now. So if President Trump doesn't get in, indeed, and we have the next four years of socialists of the swamp of everything of the deep state taking over again. We have to just fight. You know what we have to fight? We have to fight stronger than ever because we can't let it just take take over. They will take. I'm telling you, the people that tell me Don't talk politics. You can't. It's too much Don't side with the president. You know, then before you know it, the country's gone. The country is gone. They're tearing down statues and thanksgiving caring statue down on Thanksgiving. Let really, really this what's going on? And I think Arrested are these people arrested these people? I'm telling you Appreciate you being there appreciate the fight onward forward. His pop used to say, hey, a lot to get into. And you know what? We are live in local in New York City, and they are opening schools, so we're gonna talk to Joe Morelli, Joe's minority whip, the New York City Council. And he's got Children in school, so we're gonna see exactly what's going on New YORK The Anthony Club's gonna join us to about another lockdown in the Great City of North New Jersey. What's going on Indeed with that, And when does it and Alan Dershowitz on the show as well? Debbie do him is out there on the road on a m 9 70 the answer. Thanks, Debbie. Thank you, Joe. Let's take a ride to the Taconic North bound at the crow in Reservoir Bridge. Watch out. It looks like a stalled vehicle over there. 6 84 south bound into Bedford, a disabled vehicle. Over the inbound G W B, You're moving. Okay. Lincoln Tunnel down to five minutes. Holland about 15 minutes in traffic is moving a little bit solely now on the Garden State Parkway north Right at 1 45. It's an accident in the left lane delays back toward Irvington. Jersey Turnpike restaurants for North it 16 w Watch out for a problem on the ramp Traffic building on Route one Route one South bound right it to 87 through Edison. Stop and go traffic there. Cross Bronx heading West Ed Webster of an accident There was just cleared away. Traffic is moving pretty solely on the East Bank will want us at the prospect with an accident cleared eastbound bqe Busy right up toward the Brooklyn Bridge. So expect delays, Rain.
"north new jersey" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani
"So I didn't WanNa exit in fact I was the blocking vote. I. Actually got a threatening letter in the mail from one of the largest venture capital firms in the World Greg Croft. You know one of the largest in the world. Is Not their fault they were doing their part basically say like if I don't vote, it was almost as if going to get kicked off the board and all these things they wanted me to do what was in the best interest of everyone. At that time, if you remember vision two, thousand fifteen, there was a major shift happening in the facebook algorithms we no longer is content it just pop on the feed it now was being changed to what they felt. They needed to be shown to use all small percentage of the content that you actually follow all the friends. Finally, you're not seeing all that content anymore. They're actually now starting to put the content that they think is best for you essentially now creating a new ad network for them to monetize an at that time, we saw that testing happening within vase book and Facebook was our number one driver of traffic. So my co are G we gotta get out. We gotta get out now this a blessing and I was like. Guys. They don't understand the value of our brand. We've created a brand like mine valley. Valley has all these amazing used your bigger than your users, your bigger than the traffic, your bigger than those numbers you have a culture, and that culture is hard to quantify what you created and with the lead daily be created culture. You know there is meaning behind what we stood. For, and that was like you could almost put a price on. It's hard to put evaluation on when you have something like that we're the communities meeting up on their own in cities all over the world in a elite daily had that. So for me, I was fighting for that like we haven't even scratched the surface. This could become a billion dollar company one day, right? So when it got down to the boardroom, I'll never forget that day I had given us another option of raising money to keep going but I took my two co-founders INC to another room as we're getting your the boat, I looked him in the eyes I said guys I did everything. I could forget had two weeks to run around meeting all investors meaning all advisors doing everything. I could to give us another option to not exit just to give us another option I looked at my co founders in the is I'm like. WOULD WE WANNA? Do we have these two options now in they had tears in their eyes and looked at, Manila? Gee, we didn't grow. It may not be a billion dollar exit, but we did it. We created something. That's GonNa last be created something. That's a win on our belt and what we do from here is what matters and. You know I went back in their remade the vote and we cried and I actually went into a depression feeling like I didn't know who Gerard was. My identity was so attached to elite daily they didn't know who Gerard was and this is when I really had it my awakening my beginning of my awakening realizing that. It's bigger than me. It's bigger than daily God has chosen me to to create a bigger impact to be a voice of this generation that elite daily didn't necessarily need to be the platform but that I could be the platform and if you're listening to this right now you have the ability to get a platform today. It doesn't have to be behind this name of a bran. You could be the one that goes out there. And Use your voice in your story to make an impact in to become a digital entrepreneur that it's going out there in serving others and that was the beginning of of what happened with me, and that was the birth of what then became me stepping out of my account was go to Florida and all this money's being wired to you and I remember being on the balcony and Florida look at the show now I need. To. Show people what it truly takes to be an entrepreneur because it's not all landings rainbows it's actually the opposite it's going within its work is hard work it's transformation. So I went to North New Jersey where my parents immigrated to in the middle of the hood and I built an incubator and I started serving minorities in the corner of the hood teaching them emotional, intelligence teaching them entrepreneurship, teaching them financial literacy, and documenting it. Through my series leaders create meters, inviting people like Tom Bill. You who worked with Lewis House and Eric Thomas all these amazing leaders to come to this facility as incubator as we re teaching Middle School High School and millennials to go out there and understand how to create their own self made freedom. While I can't imagine being billed years olds selling your company which started out as a blog for fifty million dollars I mean that's If you can join this podcast consider joining mind valley or access. Now, you can sign up to mind valley all access and unlocked every mind valley.
"north new jersey" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"There was a Korean called No knock warrant. They did knock and they announced themselves. And they started coming into the apartment of Briana Taylor and then the Briana Tail. His boyfriend and I want to see this guy's rap sheet, but that would be too I don't. I don't mean a convicted guy right off the bat. But apparently what is he? Okay, Had the lead. The gun was legal. I'll tell you that. But then he Hughes issues first now and the police. There's a police officer gets shot in the lake and I ask objectively and help me out here. What did the police supposed to do? Let's run. Let's run. I mean, you know they announce themselves. And there's O. You don't realize. And no one talks about. There's such recourse in these days. They these day this day and age if you have a police officer goes in. And does something agree. Just you think you have such recourse? Because the way the the the legislatures are in most states now, especially particularly these democratic cities. They just hate the police. They want to defund the police. So your case and complaint against the police. Nine times out of 10. You're going to make a settlement, and this is why people do this. Now it's so So why is this going to shoot the son? He thought someone was breaking in. Okay, So now the police yet the police don't know there was black people on the other side. They'll know. And how did this become a racist You could sum explains the police. All the police knew was that he was given that they were getting shot at so they returned the fire. This is a you I in again if you're in the apartment, and they're coming in the air, the announcement and if you don't do anything, and it's not your fault, and you're not a criminal, and there's not a drug, and she's not affiliated with the drug dealers that they were looking for. And the guy with the legal gun isn't a drug. If it's all good, you're going to get believe me. You're going to get Some kind of settlement. Trust me from the city. But the shoe back the police were going to shoot you back and then and then Briana, according the crossfire. I don't know enough about her that I know she's an empty and it was unnecessary. This was not a racial killing. They may so stay with me on this police because important to know Then the powers that be whether it's the globalists. Whether yes, George Soros. Whether it's it's antifa is black Lives matter. They do not care. About the fact that a black person was shot. Trust me has nothing to do with it has nothing to do with it. They will get useful idiots to riot on their behalf. But when you see and you saw this, and you said on Fox News, I'm just going to see in any other news work a network. There was a U haul truck that backed up with all sorts of right here in it, and they're unloading it. And I believe this was demon before the decision in Louisville Even before that, they want a riot. They want to take down the country and they're going to use anything and the glaring example why this is a concerted riot to take down America is because this gas or sewer shows up He says it's anti American anti Semite. And she is gonna wait riot for Briana and you know it's while you have people who are just too dumb to realize they're being used their useful idiots. Just an end, and then the news runs with it and stop calling it a protest. It's not a protest. It's out and out rides now to police opposition is shot. And they're going to be okay. We think But it gets it gets blown up, and it was so it was handled so well to like the Kentucky attorney General Daniel Cameron, This is a great guy. He talked about it now. Of course, they'll call him an Uncle Tom because he's a black man. And he said, Look, I understand what it's like, but he particularly human, too, and it was a grand jury. It was a grand jury that said, All right, we're going to just We're not going to arrest the police were not going to put the police in jail because it was an accident we're going to. We're going to just, you know, give some kind of warning to a police officer. But what do they want? What they want. They want the cup strung up in writing town hall, and they don't even look at the facts. It's It's ridiculous. And the problem is this. How does President Trump just go in and just go? Okay? No, no more. I'm done with these rights I'm done. And this is what I would like to see. Frankly, I'm done the was It was a grand jury. The attorney general spoke. His mind is right. You're right. And you're gonna start shooting. I'm shutting the city down. I would love to see the president say that to every mayor, everybody everywhere we're coming in. If I see any rights of dominant You know, And because you can't you leave it up to the police. The police sands are tied from the governors, You know, from the most attorney General's so we supposed to do? How do you stop this? Well, you know what? In my opinion, so you could rest of these If you re elect, in my opinion, my humble opinion. You re elect Donald Trump. And then after the election, he could do politically, whatever the heck he wants, because there's no ramifications. There's no election and something tells me he will. Because this has got to stop this right here has got to stop. The same North New Jersey 1967 where there was real repression. It's not that more people have more opportunities today, then anywhere else and they're not even use. Please stay with me. They're not even using. This has nothing to do with color. It has nothing to do with a black girl. It has nothing to do with Briana Taylor. They just want to take the country down. That's what this is about. They don't want the police G..
"north new jersey" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Protests continue throughout the day. That announcement was made here early this morning. Our time. And the protesters have been continuing throughout the day. We'll keep you updated Kogo news time is 6 21 Wall Street taking to heart warnings from the Fed after half a dozen Fed officials issued pessimistic remarks about the recovery and the need for more fiscal stimulus to lift the economy. And since that's not happening, stocks tumbled, the Dow plunged 525 points nearly 2%. The S and P fell two and a third percent. The NASDAQ skated 3%. Nike Buck the slide after a blowout earnings report in the stock gained more than 8%. Tic Tac, facing a deadline this weekend to sell its U. S operations, or B band has filed court papers asking a federal judge to block any ban. Hedge funds air heading to Florida due to new taxes on the rich in the North New Jersey adopted a millionaire's tax and other states considering tax hikes on the wealthy include Illinois, New York and Connecticut. At least three hedge funds from those states have recently relocated to the Sunshine State, which has no state income tax, and many other hedge funds are thinking of doing so. I'm Mona Rivera at Bloomberg for news radio. 600 Kogo. The cover. 19 pandemic has upended the financial lives of millions of folks and continues to do so. But as state economies slowly reopened, now is the time to begin preparing personal finances. For a post corona virus world what we've been calling the new normal and trying to predict the future is all but impossible. But having said that the country is slowly reopening, the county is slowly reopening, and that requires a reassessment plan. Two and for your finances, being proactive is what we all need to do. Even if we don't know what it may be. A number of financial planners recently got together last week and shined in about what our financial lives might look like post Koven. Number one, they say first off, we need to reassess our budgets because our budgets have already changed..
"north new jersey" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Seriously disappeared in 1997. His family deserves answers. They just do you know who did this? Carol Basket was involved. Basket has denied any involvement in her former husband's death president Drop apparently will not meet with potential Supreme Court nominee Barbara Logo on Friday in Florida. Axios initially reported he would meet with her during a campaign trip with White House chief of staff said there are no plans to conduct interviews in Florida. I'm Reid Shepherd news radio. This is a Bloomberg money minute. Wall Street is listening to fed officials. Half a dozen of them are issuing warnings about the need for more fiscal stimulus toe lift the economy. And since that's not happening, stocks or sinking as we head for the closing bell, the Dow is down 468 points or 1.7%. The S and P is down 2%. The NASDAQ is down two and three quarters percent. Nike is bucking the slump after a blowout earnings report. The stock's up 8% Tic TAC, facing a deadline this weekend to sell its U. S operations, or B band has filed court papers asking a federal judge to block any ban. Hedge funds are heading to Florida due to new taxes on the rich in the North New Jersey adopted a millionaire's tax and other states considering tax hikes on the wealthy include Illinois, New York in Connecticut. At least three hedge funds from those states have recently relocated to the Sunshine State, which has no state income tax, and many other hedge funds are thinking of doing so. Mona Rivera Bloomberg Radio. Hey, You know there's a lot of fake news being spread around and it's hard to decide what's really happening now and what may happen tomorrow. That's why you listen to this program. A Sean Hannity here now something that is very riel is your retirement..
"north new jersey" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"At Ashley Hold door in Eatontown, Freehold Green broke Linden and North New Jersey one A 1.5 tell us your road rage stories and what triggers you 1 800 to 83101.54 48, Who's fast draft is running on construction That's on the van side of route 80 and fair paralytic that 52 down to 58 2 lanes closed, they say till about five, so not much more to go on that one. Hopefully, this report is sponsored by Staples Stores. Traffic on the New Jersey turn by Eastern For kind of so south down to 15 Exxon tow the car. The truck lanes. Brief delay in the sampan side. Southern end of Newark. Liberty Airport. 27 moving along pretty well. Route one through Edison. You've got some bunching up. And the traffic is flowing out a whole lot along route 34 on the north and side coming in towards cold snack over by 5 37 that his roadwork heading up towards route 79. At least one lane reported. Be closed 36 in Eatontown coming upto Wycoff roads still a bit on the slow side, and there are slowdowns and rude 1 30 Going south that hadn't Avenue Collins would. But the good news is And accidents been cleared to 95 slow into 42, which has delays down the creek road and watch for road work in the right lane, leaving New Jersey at the Ben Franklin Bridge School goes on staples as everything to start the year, right? No matter where school happens, and all that amazing prices school on save on its staples traffic every 15 minutes next, reported 503. I'm Tom Rivers on New Jersey one a 1.5. New Jersey, one of 1.5 instead. Weather heavy soaking rain possible from Laura by the weekend. A cold front will bring us back The thunderstorms for Thursday Friday arrested the day enjoy it, though lots of sunshine highs in the upper seventies north load of 80 central itself. Just a few clouds around tonight lows in the sixties but seventies of the shore and a few scattered storms or possible Thursday Friday highs in the mid eighties north, low nineties central and south, heavy soaking downforce possible.
"north new jersey" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"77 w A. B. C. Ernie and sit in the morning and motorists a Brooklyn guy. He actually talked this jumper off the bridge. He says That was the Brooklyn thing to do my perception of what a Brooklyn guy would deal with the bus. Get off the bridge and pluck it. Traffic. Okay, So that's Brooklyn. What would a Bronx guy same dad thing for me and sit in the morning? Weekday morning 60 Talk radio 77 W A. B. C W A B C traffic in transit heavy traffic in North New Jersey an accident on the Carter Highway route 21 North bounded Centre Street, a collision involving a bus It's knocking out two lanes. Traffic is jammed from South Street up to the accident site, much better ride on the B Q. E developing. That's still very heavy, however, that accident at Hillary Street westbound cleared. We still got a lot of traffic, though from the Kosciuszko Bridge down to Hillary Street in down heavy From 39 Street over to Tillery Street in a protest in Manhattan, closing down Seventh Avenue between 40th Street and 34th Street. Staples is everything to start the school year. Right and amazing prices no matter where it happens this week, select marble comp books. Elmer's Glue and dual size pencil sharpeners are just 25. Cents each in store on the offer ends 29 minutes six while supplies last school on save on its staples. I'm Jake. Release talk radio. 77 traffic is sponsored by cars for kids now would be a great time to clean out your garage and donate that old car. Two cars for kids now offering contact free pickup call today. 1877 cars for kids are online at cars.
"north new jersey" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"The light the the aggressive socialist Communist Stalinists, the the Marxist, You know, they're just unraveling its just a Radley and I shouldn't really We can't be complacent. You can't sit back because as you see the country unfold into the chaos that it is, and it just breaks my heart. When it was especially when I see how hard my grandparent's worked to get here. And like I told you just posted a picture of my mom with her. You know, her 10 siblings, you know, nine siblings and Andre were in North New Jersey. And they were Italians and they know they weren't Italians. Excuse me. When they came in. They were Diego's and wops and Guineas. And they were garlic eaters, you know, And there was racism like you can't imagine, you know, And then when I'm never forget this story, too. Is when it was I told you this before it was Thanksgiving, you know, And then they were giving out turkeys around to the immigrant families. And my grandfather didn't take that. No one. I don't want nothing. I don't think I'm nothing because I don't want to hand out what I need to end up. My grandfather, Francesco, Cheech, you know, I mean, man. Oh, man, that is it. Now. Now say, what can you give me? They complain. I'm so tired of so don't mean to be complacent, but I really feel that this country I have confidence in the people in the country. They're going to see the chaos. The destruction of what's happening with the way regressive. Thank you, Linda. They're way regressive socialists trying to take over the country and they're going to see it and they're going to see the light. My goodness gracious. I did not see And have you vote in if he's if the if the you know the Socialists get in And proceeded to leave. And Ellen Omar, though I heard she's being investigated by every by every department, which in Washington, which I hope that is the case, But I mean, if you don't see what's happening, the city's look what's happening in Chicago, Another nine year old kid killed and it just killed shot in the chest in it in the United States of America. And then it just seared my heart When I watched that Orlando Magic came, you know last week, and then they black lives matter, you know, And then there, there there kneeling and you go on. Like what? Dude, that does anybody understand? This is just not making sense. And I mean somebody and who's running the network's How did they allow it to happen? How did they allow it to happen? I think the rest of the world sees how ridiculous it is because you see how black lives apparently don't matter, because when a nine year old kid could be shot in Chicago You know, not to mention in Brooklyn, New York by gang violence and no one steps up. No one in the community steps up. No. One. Al Sharpton doesn't show up. There's no funeral for these kids with a horse drawn carriage. There's no flag that is handed to the mothers and fathers of these poor Children killed in this inner city violence. Yet I have hope that the people the most of the people in America will see this how wrong this is How a woman isn't human. I just going to keep the fight, you know, but it is. It's a Monday. It's and we're waiting for the hurricane to hit big. And when does this hurricane hits us? Ah, Tomorrow is that was coming in this way. It'll be hitting us. Yeah, sometime tomorrow afternoon, and it will be lasting. Ah, all throughout the day on Tuesday and into Tuesday night. You know what I'd be doing. See if I was a lot younger. You know what we used to do what you think when there's a man when the waves coming this run the waves break because you'd probably get really, really honestly if you get four weeks. Tops of decent surf down in Long Beach, but a break It would break pretty decent. But when they're ahead of Patrick Swayze in Point break for a few years, Yeah, good to get a good thing. I looked like I know I yet You didn't look like voting in that movie now. No. Now, please. Like me and me and Uncle Floyd and the shore was like that. You know, it was you were more of the Gary beauty type. Thank you. Thank you Prototypes. The aptly put so high we got, we'd wait for the surf to break and then it would be the the hurricane surf and we go out. I used to go out when I was a kid, and I don't want the kid. I mean, 13 14 years old. We used to surf those those hurricane. Sometimes they break like 10 feet. We, you know what were we thinking? We're that's been. Ah, gosh Almighty, so Yeah, I'd be out there service. So you know the surface breaking now, But please be careful because there's riptides like that. And my favorite surfing story And I've told you before, if we give me and we move on, we have news that we have Commissioner Mark Morgan on the show at the NIH. Burrell is going to join us. This hour s o. We got a lot to get into. But it's so funny because sometimes the frog I've told this story before, but I think it's worth it because I was still makes me laugh because we go surfing in the frog would rolling. You know we'd be off the short and then the fog would roll and my mother always worried about me surfing out there. You're out there, you kids out there and a board. It's a new sport back then, in the sixties, you know, and then the fog would rolling and then we couldn't see the shore. And and and family. Sure you couldn't see any surface because the fog would like you to kind of roll in and we're out there and then you would lose your very really would so then also mount there the fogs in but you're young. You don't want to, You know, panic. You want to try to stay? Patrick Swayze e cool. You're right now You try to be cool about the whole thing. And also I would hear from the shore. Ow! Ow! My mother, my mother income of beach. Oh, maybe about my phone. My fills every you go. What is that? I go. I don't know, but I know sure is mean. I know where street is. Just follow that voice. Oh, I got a siren song It was, you know, we needed it. Hey, you, Joey, and the radio is like, you know, can I can we go on positive this space six capsule NASA crew. They made the first splashed down in 45 years. Come on. Is this exciting to NASA astronauts return to Earth on the Sunday too dramatic rituals style splashed down. Their capsule parachuting into the Gulf of Mexico. To a matter of fact, I believe I think Bob and Doug's mother was on the boat going capsule parachuting into the government there, but NASA very incident all over the Bronx, say capsule is landed. But apparently NASA very upset with some local voters. Apparently, is the space Six Dragon capsule splashed down yesterday, about 40 miles off Pensacola. Apparently boaters swarm the capsule while the astronauts were waited inside to be picked up by the coast Guard. So this is this is not something you should do necessary. You know, you got to stay away and let the Coast guard do its job. These astronauts. Obviously, they can't walk because they're getting used to having gravity under them again s o. You know, it's very difficult to know why these boats are racing aboard that we're always gonna happen. But you know what NASA is going to do next time They got to take like a fake monster outfit. And then they should pop station.
"north new jersey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"World's biggest hot spots, restaurants there being limited to less than 50% capacity, But there are calls to shut them down. Completely more from ABC is Matt Gutman, Dr Anthony Fauci, warning states with severe outbreaks should seriously look at shutting down, telling 5 30 eights podcast 19. Some open too fast despite the guidelines, and the recommendation is to open up carefully and prudently. Some states skipped over those and just opened up too quickly. Certainly Florida I know You know, I think jumped over a couple of checkpoints. More than 1/4 of everyone tested in Miami Dade testing positive issue. Beds are scarce, and patients are dying alone. The CDC now projecting the U. S death toll reached between 140,000 to 160,000 by August 1st. Thursday, the president not happy with the Supreme Court ruling that he does not have absolute immunity on Twitter. The president blasted the cases as a political prosecution. He was fuming in private sources tell ABC News upset his appointees to the court. Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch failed to strike down the subpoenas. That's ABC is Andrea Fujii. Flash flood watch in effect from Maryland, Massachusetts Tropical Storm Fay with 50 mile an hour winds moving off the North New Jersey coast. You're listening to ABC News starts small. No soy milk. Almond is fine. Okay, But then your boss tells you to switch offices with Jeff. And when buying a car, you know, you have to come for what about the all new Nissan Sentra? It's radically redesigned with zero gravity seeds, a quilted leather interior, and it has the most standard safety features in its class. So no compromise, then Okay, refused to compromise with the all new Nissan Sentra Word segmentation..
The Dissonance Between Sanders and His Supporters
"Vermont senator Bernie Sanders seems to be cruising through the first few primary states and as he scoops of delegates for the nomination some Democrats are wondering how the democratic socialist at the top of the ticket might affect down ballot races could a nominee who is so far to the left hurt those running for Congress were more centrist especially when we're talking about congressional seats Democrats flipped in twenty eighteen to take back control of the house to talk about all this we're joined now by Dave Wasserman from the cook political report welcome thanks for having me so just describe for us the argument that moderate Democrats are making why do they say that they're worried about Sanders becoming the nominee in terms of how it could affect other races in November we're hearing pushback from variety of fronts on the democratic side there are members from South Florida who are uncomfortable with Sanders's comments on the Cuban regime there are more moderate pro business Democrats from upscale suburbs who believe that his argument for revolution just will not sell at a time when the economy is pretty good for the professional work force in this country and there are Democrats who believe that a seventy eight year old Vermont democratic socialist will just lose badly to trump and take the ticket nationwide I'm skeptical that he's going to have the dramatic down ballot implications for Democrats that Republicans say he will what kind of districts would you say are most at risk in twenty twenty and how might a Sanders nomination play in those districts so right now Republicans need to gain eighteen seats to win back the house majority the Democrats won in twenty eighteen and Democrats want a variety of of different kinds of districts in the mid terms they won some seats that were more blue collar and had voted for Obama in the path Austin voted for trump in twenty sixteen those included seats in Michigan and Iowa in northern Maine there are also the seats in the suburbs that traditionally were very Republican in the past and voted for Mitt Romney that have been trending blue Orange County California where Democrats picked up four districts you have north Jersey where there's no longer a single Republican in the house those are the kinds of places where Sanders might run weakest relative to Hillary Clinton and we're Democrats will need to spend money to make the case that there are different kind of Democrat that said tell me why you're skeptical about if it were a Sanders nomination that having a palpable effect down ballot Republicans are Getty right now because they believe the Sanders nomination could give them a chance to win back house control but there are a couple of reasons I would push back on that and be more cautious the first is that voters are likely to view Bernie Sanders as an independent political entity in twenty sixteen we noticed that voters distinguish Donald Trump from the Republican Party someone and so Republicans in districts where trump was unpopular actually performed okay Republicans held on to control of the house in twenty sixteen when trump was elected in part because a lot of voters went to the polls believing that Hillary Clinton was going to win the election and they wanted a check on president Clinton or so they thought if Bernie Sanders as the democratic nominee then there's a possibility that a lot of voters who are displeased with their choices between Sanders and trump would vote for a Democrat to continue having a check on president trump well at any rate it seems that some Republican candidates now are using a possible Sanders nomination in their ads I mean you know Democrats they want to take back the Senate in Arizona Republican senator Martha McSally has already released ads tying her democratic opponent the astronaut mark Kelly to Bernie Sanders before Sanders has even won the democratic
"north new jersey" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"And how are you today. Bobby long how will view bobby closed. Today what's going on bobby here in it is forty one degrees too high. I forty six today. Guys go to rain all day today. So have your reindeer on standby in Stroudsburg Greece. Forty five for the high cloudy and rain again in North New Jersey. Is he forty one degrees with a high of forty six. Go to rain today all day in New York as well forty three right now in New York City forty six four the hat and it's GonNa Rain in Miami. Seventy degrees seventy one high partly cloudy in Atlanta thirty nine degrees sixty behind partly cloudy and rain route two PM Today in Los Angeles Twenty eight degrees thirty two for the high end loudly. Chicago is a why fifty degrees for tonight. Partly cloudy is okay. I-I've vertically twisted up Monster Kogyo. Ellie weather and lay is fifty four degrees seventy dues. Were high partly cloudy and son around eight. Am and Todd always twenty eight degrees. Thirty eight allowed. That is what I have for you watch a day. What's the weather like where you are lacking the store every morning show featuring take more than started right? Thank you so much up barbeque Cologne. A we have a front page. News was Cindy J.. Will we will give you the news nationally nationally and locally. You don't WanNa miss any as news as to the is why we also have the morning buzz and I guarantee you before nine. Am Your head will be buzzing. This morning I got a special guest good friend Sharon should be called in and guess what what we also have gossip with city says we go though some gossiping there so we appreciate each and every one he'll be what else do you have. We will have of a little harvey houses spots. y'All stay tuned because it's come in solicit. Don't you go nowhere. We shout out. The room wins the heart.
The Allure of the Roadtrip: Building Towable Tiny Houses with Author Chris Schapdick
"I'm curious if we just art with with your kind of personal story you know what brought you to the tiny house movement and then what what made you decide to become an Tiny house builder yeah it's well it's it's as with most things in life they very often happens sort of by accident not slants sort of way and it's it's the same thing for me really I I was going back like about five six years I was a father a nine year old girl living at New York City in Berry league populated suburbia here and I kind of regretted that my daughter wasn't really getting a lot of Serb exposure due to to nature and two things that I don as a kid camping fishing hiking these sorts of things so I started thinking about that more more and I decided to buy a piece of land North York City with the idea that we would go up there we would can for something that would be a place to Kinda destination for the two of us in the one thing led to another it was right around that time that I found H. Schafer's Tiny House spoke and that kind of intrigued May and then I started going online and I found tiny houses they were b Ah Goto at the time you know if you go back a couple of years there weren't that many companies doing this sort of thing and and yeah and and suv this idea of having a place to go Kim kind of evolved into well would've built cabin there or something like that better and Yeah let's go another in Iowa wound up deciding on a tiny house and building a tiny house I'd did for a a shell build from tumbleweed folks since it was a little intimidated with doing all the framing and roofing and things like that myself are so the offered what was called an Army Amish Orrin Razor and I went with that and yet proceeded to sort of spend the next several years off and on weekends kind of finalizing that building and doing all the various things that need to be done the insulation the interior electrical plumbing and coming up with all the various decisions that to be made in that during that process as well but that's kind of like how how yeah I got for me to be talking about this wonderful tiny house upstate New York that's awesome so it's a it's a tiny house on wheels which tumbleweed model is it is the Linda Linden do that anymore but but yeah says the Linden model has nicer to foot up or on the back of it and that that appeal to me definitely so do you still you still have that tiny house absolutely yes great that's great so you you finished out the tumbleweed one then what what was the next step to saying I want to do this for other people yeah yeah so when I finished the house into a tiny house showed that was taking place in North Jersey I'd never really intended to to take the house you know ability to travel with you know it was really built to to to fill the purpose that interest described but this show was taking place that was like well you know what Lake with slips get more involved in the community because I you know I enjoy this let's let's get together with some other like minded people and it wasn't too far away spend sixty mile drive you know my my truck was up to the task of towing it there and I went to the tiny show was really I didn't know what to expect quite frankly and during the course of building the house maybe ten people got to see it you're tired on this one weekend ad like three or four thousand people trek through the House and in just the feedback and be the positive reception that I got from people in them and the kind words that they had from the House of what I've done is really just very socially overwhelming for me and it gave me a little bit of pause and I thought well I don't ever get this kind of reward or feedback from the five job you know I go in there stangeland during paid but I'm like crunching numbers on a spreadsheet writing emails that is not very fulfilling this weekend blatantly was had me kind of reconsider yeah Lord aspects of my life at that point wow that's huge yeah I guess when you're you know working nine to five which which I did for while as well nobody like treats your work as like something amazing and Special Lake worth worth congratulating but I guess in the tiny swirled because everything can be so unique everything kind of reflects the builder or the client or both there is the opportunity to it's really impact people with with the work that you do yeah absolutely not I couldn't agree more and and that houses is really just an extension of who I am exactly like what you're describing is it's such a personal thing when in our lives do we really have that opportunity ninety to create something like that that's such an expression for we are what we hold the import so forth so what was the first what was that well I guess what was the second tiny house you built after your your personal house yeah so the second time he asked us kind of funny because the first tiny house great reception I was like that was awesome i WanNa do this again Xie House show that wasn't so conveniently located that I could just kind of drag my house to it goes down in Florida like okay we'll Matt telling my ten thousand power house for New York to Florida unrealistic so we'll have a way how do I get to have this experience again build another tiny house and that's when I started building sort of the smaller more mobile of Artaud Gypsy wagon types pictures and they put that second tiny house together in a matter of like six weeks the first five years Bill Amazon took six weeks in and off the floor and I went and it was it was really just a desire to continue to be part of the community and Environment yeah so was that the Gypsy wagon yes gypsy wagon bill but I did nice and did you did you sell that house the Florida show did not sell it at the Florida Show I subsequently sold it but but it was yeah it was something that the second I'm bill was something that I wanted to reduce I'd I'd already started thinking about continuing to build these and building four of them for for bull so as part of that process what I built the press gypsy wagon I documented the entire build I was taking a look let me do online floors or something like that ultimately it while the apartment struggles dot com and I got a lot of Nice feedback there and again that my point there was really to make money with it or whatever it was just something that I did at pure enjoyment and and and the whole so you know helping others do something similar yeah and I love I love that you put this up on instructive holes and you know that website I feel like it was really big in the like maybe like late audits early tens it's a wonderful resource like people post so many cool projects up there and like you've got a step by step basically set of instructions for how to build a Gypsy wagon now I'm curious now that you've built several more tiny houses what are some things on that Gypsy wagon that that you would do differently well you know one thing that's always been tricky as working with wood and especially when you're working with plywood which is kind of be the exterior shell is Jesse wagons the process of ceiling that would and protecting it from the what's is such a is such an important stab and it's it's tricky right because there's those sugars a lot of like sort of green grade policies but you want to use the environmentally friendly products ideally worry about things like allergies off gas and people have sensitivities those types of things so that's that's kind of that was a struggle right out of the gate some extended like continues to be one where I try to be like very thorough. CNN ceiling this this this plywood is something that it always found to be a bit of a struggle
"north new jersey" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Go to rocket mortgage dot com for getting our work for mission is a G. part account rates of change at one point two five percent fee to receive the discount rate all the cost information in conditions legalizing letter license in all fifty states and one hundred thirty three he's got this tell all book this is his second book by the way he first book was about his journey to go up north New Jersey and how he made it to be the successful governor who who did of course Bridgegate superstorm sandy and then basically vacated for two years to run for president said in New Jersey yeah yeah yeah I'll be back I'll be back Bruce Springsteen year but out of fifteen percent approval rating so now he's writing about the White House and it's kind of interesting a couple of things in it the book is called and I'm gonna get heat for this because I have a stomach stapling but the book is called let me finish does that not sound like the desert you know let me finish really is that the number so the Christy asserts the trump has a revolving door of deeply flawed individuals amateurs Lister's weaklings convicted in on convicted felons who were hustled into jobs they were never suited for sometimes seemingly without so much as a background check via Google or wikipedia that is pretty stunning okay but most of the venom as I said last night is reserved for Jared Kushner because this guy done locked up George Daddy and for quite some time and was very venomous about it and I don't think that Jared ever forgot that so jarred at every turn we try and undermine and poison anything that the president wanted to do for Christy but some interesting insight at his first meeting with trump in two thousand and two at a dinner in the trump international hotel and tower New York trump ordered food for him it's like you're with a child he ordered for him he chose scallops to which Christie is allergic and lamb which she is always detested does whole areas he orders a food for you that you need an MP pen for dessert Kristen calls wondering whether trump took him to one of his checks another night I took him to be one of his checks I guess ordering for him at another dinner three years later trump told the obese Christy had to lose weight addressing him like one of the contestants in this universe trump said you gotta look better to be able to win in politics trump returned to the theme of girth during the twenty sixteen presidential campaign during Christy to wear a longer tie as would make him look thinner ABC dependable traffic right now the two ten freeway in trouble right at the fifteen of the working with that brush fire still have both sides closed all lanes on both east and west bound side of the future and a to fifteen shut down indefinitely westbound jammed from all to respond back to campus and the fifteen is jammed as well especially north bound on the ten freeway eastbound at cherry and work on a brush fire here with all lanes blocked on the eastbound side the back of the vineyard west batted citrusy on offense are closed back up solid from the two fifteen for down five rated imperial earlier stall should be cleared by now but still delays coming away from car media and northbound four or five minutes up whenever earlier from the valley view now cleared with the earlier style but still backed up to the seventy three of the two ten east his.
A Chat With Guy Gsell, President & Founder of Field Station Dinosaurs
"Now. Let's join a conversation with Guy Gazelle the president and Chief Executive Producer of field station dinosaurs here on those leadership guy. Welcome the show so happy to have you here. It's great to be here. My curiosity is piqued. I have so many questions first and foremost I'm a kid I was. I guess every boy's goes to kind of girls. Go through horseface think little boys go through dinosaur phases maybe right. I was like a dinosaur fanatic. It was a freak about dinosaurs. Now we see more and more girls are into the dinosaurs in fact one of the most popular web series now is Dyno Dana. Yeah that's right. That's right. I've seen that that it had really gone out of fashion have they. They just always consistently popular yeah when I was putting my business plan together and I I was going out to investors trying to convince them to invest in a dinosaur park which is not something that exists you know really and because what I had to sell was the popularity of dinosaurs yeah and that the dinosaurs have been popular so they I sparked the imagination. You're in the eighteen eighties. They were lines around the block right to see the first dinosaurs in in London and in Philadelphia the the biggest blockbuster movie of the of the nineteen teens was was Gertie. The dinosaur which is a which is a cartoon in on the biggest blockbuster movie. The of twenty eighteen was drastic world three. I mean it's just has never has never gone down right. Why the FA- I mean I guess I guess it's intuitive who'd of why we're so fascinated with him because he seems so unreal I guess but what do you think the fascination is around. I think that they seem unreal but they were real and that's the fascination and that's what kids love about them because at an age where more and more things taken away from kids so there is no Santa Claus there is no tooth fairy. There is no Easter Bunny. There is no abominable snowman but but there is this they were real. We never take the dinosaurs away from the kids and the other thing that I think that really resonates with children is they have a shaky sense of time a few days in a while two years ago seventeen million years years ago. That's all the same to a little kid but when you tell them they lived right here so here in Derby we have a you you know a tyrannosaurus which is the kind of dinosaurs that actually marine reptile that lived right here in Kansas Yeah and when you tell them they lived here right where you are that really resonates with kids. They're like Oh. This giant thing was here that I think is what's interesting you so. I oh I think back to that. When I was that age you know eight nine when I was just so every tunnel to the library has picking a book doing learn everything that could about it and this isn't the seventies and when I found out that these lived here and I remember going to one of the I guess it was called the on this fear here at the time it was used to be the old original library and they had you know those fossils of this marine animal lived here and I'm like what you know. This was an ocean just fascinating. It's interesting that you put it that way. Yeah how how okay so. How did it all start so were you fascinated with dinosaurs as a kid yeah I was? I might really really early. Earliest memory was going to the New York world's fair in the in the nineteen sixty five at the world's for ran two years but I only remember number nineteen sixty five to sixty four and they had the the very famous sinclair dinosaur exhibit and I remember that exhibit and being really fascinated with with that and you know my first my favorite book when I was a kid was Danny and the dinosaur the whole dinosaur kids still read that makes me very happy happy and if I go anywhere and I say have any of you have read this book all the kids for his hands so yes now. I did not stay a dinosaur this or fanatic I mean that was something from my childhood that that I remembered fondly search like dinosaurs went ahead kids of my own taking them to the American Museum of Natural History three to see the dinosaur bones Was You know a big highlight of of being a dad for kids that age but I came back to the dinosaurs really when I started working in the exhibit business and how do we get involved in the business. I mean were you kind of looking at your background where you you integrate drama theatre acting. That was kind of what you thought your dream. Your path was going to be yes so I worked in the theatre. My my whole career as of of playwright as stage manager I did. I did some acting I became the managing director of a theater company. I mean I sort of worked my way up what you would call a theater generalist and so I was working at a theater in Red Bank New Jersey in we've did the capital campaign and we built a brand new theater and what happened is that caught the attention of some New York theater producers they were developing. I Am Exhibit Hall in The New York Times building in Times Square and because I had years of theater experience and I had just built a brand new building just done exactly what they wanted to do and almost built from scratch an organization they hired me to come in and and develop Ben. I was the original director of Discovery Times Square so that's how I got into the exhibit business guys in the theater we're going into the exhibit business and they hired a guy from the theater to go into the exhibit business with them and it was in the exhibit business and we did. King Tut and Titanic Harry Potter we did the the largest taurine exhibits that are that are currently out there and in the exhibit business we were constantly doing testing trying to figure out what what what exhibit to bring in next and dinosaurs always scored the highest every every time we did any kind of Nielsen intesting audience testing dinosaurs came in as the thing that was going to be the most popular and it wasn't appropriate. We had fairly low ceilings. Nothing being big enough to bring in a giant dinosaur. We were doing more high end. Shows like King Tut. We did the densities girls the producers didn't I think that animatronic dinosaurs really was a good match with the Dead Sea Scrolls so I got the idea then I said yes I should somebody should go out out there and do an outdoor animatronic dinosaur exhibit in New Jersey and sort of hit me that is actually the most qualified person to do that so in what way why why well I had the exhibit experience. I've grew up in North North Jersey just outside of New York City so I knew the the area. I knew exactly what would happen. I just built a exhibit hall. I had just built a theater so I had a lot of experience launching things and building things so I don wow so. Let's hang hang on so that that nudging that you've got he say okay I'm going to we need to put this dinosaur park. In New Jersey came in a dream and a PIFF AENA calling thing on a train on a journey what if you had to look back in retrospect and evaluate why this calling you think is it because you like the excitement of creating an exhibit. Do you like the educational aspect of it. What do you what what is it So I spent twelve of my years in theater. I spent working in children's theatre. touring internationally with a theater company called the paper. APOR bag players so teaching kids entertaining kids that is something that that that I really like and and understand hand so that aspect of it is very exciting to me. and that's what we do there. I mean in addition to Amtrak dinosaurs we have over forty live chain games and shows and activities that kids participate in so it's. I really did take my my years as a theater artist and combine line that with my experience in the exhibit business and my experience in in administration and and and management and I said I'm just gonNA put these altogether and I'm just GonNa Start this dinosaur park so sitting on the train you felt this was the purpose of calling. It was so strong that you immediately jobbers is something that you ruminated marinated over for quite a while so I not a fool so I was gonNA. Just quit my job I because because I had been working in the theater and had done a capital campaign. I knew a number of people who were both philanthropists but I also knew a number RAV people who were had had done some investing in theater had done investing in Broadway shows and I went went to them and I said to this my my business partners now my business partners then my perspective business partners and explain to them the the allure of dinosaurs and why I thought this would work and I said I need some seed money. I and the seed money was enough for me to quit my job and to scout out locations and try to secure location for the park and to find out more more about the business of dinosaur park because they exist. They're not they're not as big in North America much bigger in Asia and there are many more in Europe than than here it and find where I would find these animatronic dinosaurs and what they would cost and sort of got a business plan together so those investors said yes we. We are excited by this. We think this is great. We see the good work.
Battle of The Brews Live from The Landmark In Glassboro
"The reason why we're here today is that we have a battle the bruise news and we've invited her kyle's invited us to be here and we also have the people from three threes eighty sand. Taco brewing company and ax narrow now and we're going to have a beer off. I guess what we're having more than one. I assume the battle of the beer's battle the beer so we're going to anybody. WHO's trying to beers out there. We're going to see which ones are favor one at two o'clock. I think we're GONNA it will cub cut the two o'clock. You know there's no hard times here not in fact. We're currently forty five minutes later than we thought we were wrong. Jersey time. It's a Sunday. What do you expect. It's a I think it's probably one of the last Sunday's before football so a before Labor Day yeah well. That's true. That's when you know Ostlund. Where most of us live we get our city back. We get our city back but that's okay doc kyle. This is a pretty interesting idea that you had here so tell me a little bit about marketing Americana and their affiliation with craft craft glass bro landmark been here forever. It's really went through a lot of changes since its inception but you know the crab craft beer scene really flew up probably ten years ago and I think that the concept here's all along with that we went from having hope nope twelve fear of domestic threats twenty total realize that there's a huge demand here and we expanded that to be forty draft beers and to have a strong focus towards the area what South Jersey Breweries Tristate Breweries Philadelphia's obviously twenty five minutes away feels local to me. US Asfaw lived there as well so very local but that's really been our been a big part of that. We are going to be a beer. I lace harmonies float around beard. You know we want you to have some beers control the food you know spirits. They have a place here as well but you know I think that the heart of what our concept is is it is about the beer. It's nice to see because one of the things that's happened in the craft beer landscape is that you guys were early adopters this obviously this is. How many years is this for the festival. This is the seventh year so there was kind of a whole here for a long time with people that would have craft beer and I guess with the Robo Abo- innovation that's happened here. There's been influx but you guys one of the early adopters and do a great job with it. I noticed that you have a good representation from all over the state in Philly here which is nice and you know they do have they do have some big name beards that you know that need to have which were not averse to. We are Bir see not script but it's nice to see somebody as big as you guys. It has such a force here in Gloucester County and surrounding area really adopt the craft and kyle. You have a great list of local beers share. A great tap list of WHO actually decides on which Beers on tap is that you have a committee. I'm not that involved in the beer selection here to give a lot of the credits Nikki Nado who is here today he was the one running around getting all this stuff organized for us he does most the selections dealing with the Reps and the local guys play into his taste buds so a lot of credit on that Mitzi great job nick so when you guys are when you start to craft beer one of the things that is a not an issue but is your servers and I know that I've been here a bunch of times your servers actually know how to describe era so as the director of operations that something you guys put in the plan for your for your locations Yep. It's executed properly. All of our staff has to go through a relatively relatively rigorous training all what we offer terms of not just food spirits opinion beer and being able to actually describe the different styles is pretty very important and being able to lead people in the right direction a lot of a lot of novice beer drinkers are looking for certain flavor and you have to be able to know the list we talk yeah. We talk about this all the time so key tell me what tastes like coors light and then direct them to the Water Fountain then but there is. There's something here for everybody. Craft Beers expanded to such a point nine Clark. Even we have an article coming up or would have been out already on non alcohol beer is that are really making a big splash thing. It's against my religion the not Alcohol Beers but what's Nice is I think the breweries all making something that can get the entry level here drinking and looking your tap. Lets you do have those as well for sure. I as I've gotten older. I've appreciated that Craft Beers evolved with my tastes now. I feel like he used to be. How crazy can we make the sphere top going to beat a drink Takao happy. Can we make it. I think a lot of that now is more. What can we make that people are going to drink a lot of lottery. You know six seven beers used. BP had six arrogant bastard. You wouldn't taste for weeks now now. There's there's enough craft beer out there that they're they're making products. That are fun to try. You can have a much of different things and enjoy your enjoy summer day Zoya Winter Day whatever it is and I appreciate that they're they're bringing it down a little bit but keeping the flavor there that's true I mean I like to see a lot of five five and a half's to have a lot of flavor that you can have five or six out and still mo the lawn in a straight line. It's not going to ruin your day. Hey No long sessional. Beers is the big the big new thing we're seeing a lot of cultures a lot of fully flavored. Ip as that are coming coming up forty five percent founders kind of broke the mold on that with all day. I Ta Nea Ri Billick Seven Breweries just off of that brand we see dogfish coming out with the same thing and all all the major brewers following in suit so just natural evolution. I guess to see ready was trying to make some stuff in fact one of our friends at Tom. Foley just has a low calorie one hundred Ed coury. Ida says that he just came out with and so as the market has evolved. There's not just ten breweries. You have to be able to to bring some frog consumers so I'll glassware beer festival. That's one of the reasons that we here as well so tell us a little bit about what's going on with this year. I know that you have a big qasis on Jersey beer yet this year. I think we're we're getting close to half of the total participants being from Jersey. I think a great weekend when you can do it is to go to a town. Check out the breweries that are there. They'll give you a backbone for your trip. Yes really give you can capture that into the the festival where you're like. Why a never gets a you know all these different places from your down to the tip of Cape May up to the up to the North Jersey side the validation kind of give a good representation while those monthly's emphasis sample what they have to offer. I think that's that's good. That's experienced driving towards is trying to grade their like that impossible. We'll road trip in a day yet and done a good job this year. You have a forty five plus breweries. I believe this year. They're coming last minute adults less well. That's that's the nature of the business and the Nice thing guys do too is it's a great area but tickets really reasonable so you had the VIP package that runs from twelve to five that gives you early initiative. That's one of fifty bucks. I mean that is that is a great price. Fifty dollars for a pours two was too. We're doing according to the ABC and that report is exactly two ounce. You have no more and you're you're able to come in an hour earlier to beat the crowds a little bit. I mean that's a great great. Price for forty bucks even income from one to five last four forty five and still be able to sample a bunch of beers. VIP ticket though that's the one absolutely that's a great deal and a lot of people not take my advice but I always say that he should probably start with the food exactly and they may not with a couple beers. You get the food because 'cause you whenever knows wants to eat. There's GonNa be lines there and get the food. Go the way of good base you know cruise the rest of the day. It's all about the base rallied the beating up Tom Claver Day of an article about eight things to do when you're preparing for a beer festival and that was one of them in that was definitely one of them and there's a bunch more. You can get that on the site. Sap or seen dot com but I feel like the people that come in here that power drink for the first twenty minutes to thirty minutes running around. I think they're day gets shorter. Oh yes I think they're ruining the ruined. All the other beers ability. My mind wasted what he just says a Patriot beer festivals right down the ones you want to try after about ten of Milstar taste better yeah especially with all these people are bringing these gigantic cop toward Beers speaking of yours. WE WANNA try coming up to the stage roses Caraba Callahan of Taco brewing company. Everybody here knows him fund bobby and he brought a some beers here today.
Greg, Seven Trillion Dollars And Seventy Seven Dollars discussed on Politics, Policy, Power and Law
"Greg the house Democrats say that a bipartisan deal to suspend the debt limit and increase government spending for two years should pass the house of representatives this week house speaker Nancy Pelosi let those negotiations with treasury secretary Stephen managing to give the U. S. more borrowing authority and then lift those budget caps president trump even tweeting about this just this morning saying house Republicans should support this agreement which he says quote greatly helps our military and our vets Bloomberg news congressional reporter Eric Watson has been following the story from the very beginning and joins us now by phone from Capitol Hill thank you very much for taking the time once again with us following this from the very beginning so the vote is going on today that's right it's going to be about four forty five that you have it scheduled to come to the house floor and it's looking like all systems go as far as the vote count the Republicans are looking to get their numbers up a little bit you know if this becomes an all Democrat bill as far as the votes carrying it over it could make trouble but isolated and I think some of his advisers maybe nervous that if you feel like play you'll suddenly decide not to support it which is that in the past so I think you know to see his tweet good morning miss we think they're trying to drive the vote count up there's some indication of that less than half of the Republican conference will support it when I get that number up a little higher and just to reiterate that time crunch here they've got to have this done by tomorrow yeah the well I mean the houses get the going to six week recess by tomorrow and come back September ninth that would be after the date the treasury secretary Stephen Isshin critics could cause U. S. fault the vault the lack of the debt ceiling being raised so this bill would raise the debt ceiling to enjoy thirty first twenty twenty one and sentence expected to take it up next week there in that actually got to the house and everything in order by the time August recess starts for both chambers the following week now Florida representative Donna Shalala said that house Democrats talked about this compromising their meeting and said she said this is a quote everyone is going to hold their nose and pass it why hold their nose well you know these compromise there's something that everyone could find it for many Democrats but the military spending you succeed all the spending on but the programs of the big problem so the liberals are also upset that the definitely will come back into play it early in the yeah the second external the next president if the chance for Mitch McConnell to to find some leverage to get some spending cuts are the primary but either going to you know she said hold their nose and at the court some progress is wanted more domestic spending less defense spending the president tweeting that this is going to help our military and our vets and then there are moderates in the Democratic Party who are worried about building up on the deficit and just kicking the debt ceiling can down the road that's right they're not rightly many office in this at all of this is the term for for savings that used to pay for you know spending increases the and the blue dog coalition which is the group of about thirty years so moderates mode many of in swing districts they really try to pride themselves on that idea Hey go which is the medical term for paying as you go along and and the fact that this does not cover itself it could increase deficits by one point seven trillion dollars over ten years that inflation estimates and and that interested only has seventy seven dollars saving half of that comes from increasing customs user fees so you know this is not something that they're too excited about the Korean I think my prediction is that the bills are you gonna pass you're gonna see a lot of members for example I just got timer who represent the swing district north Jersey but against what does negotiating this deal with the treasury secretary do for house speaker Pelosi standing within her party well it's a really good question I mean I think we have a great story on the terminal I like I like Billy house but with his nipples he then she's you know she's dealing with the government as well as of this project each of the president what she's basically were blocked because of you know lack of overwhelming evidence that would sway public opinion or sway the Republican Senate to remove president trump so yes I think you know our position is always the issue at U. verse wrong leader within the caucus but there are local elements were getting frustrated with the lack of impeachment and you know with the these deals but I think it's so far though not stepped up and replace Serrano like replacement means that she's in the driver seat for now okay we have about a minute to go here so let's just go through the next steps it's got a pass the house what's likely to happen today then it goes to the Senate how long before it makes it to the president's desk well I think we settled on it next week for sure at the call center as of this moment I don't know which day that will be setting up nineteen judicial nominations a lot of books that sweet could be earlier rather than later but you know there are the ability of some Republicans and others to hold up and constitutional hurdles that extra days you know as far as closing up debate so it could be coming at the end of the week so we quality burdensome signing within by a week from Friday okay I just we only have about fifteen seconds here but is there any risk that somebody's going to put a hold on it because there is so much concern about the fiscal impact down the road well I mean they can put a hold it but it does mean that you have to go through the hoops of of the extra votes and day will track things out but they can't permit walk it now all right Eric thank you so much for taking the time with us once again as we continue to follow this it looks like it's going to be wrapping up soon Eric Watson covering Congress for Bloomberg news taking a look at the debt ceiling debate and
Construction begins on $570 million Penn Station renovation project
"Of five hundred seventy million dollar year long project starting today at New York's Penn station means big changes for commuters. Correspondent Kristen marks looks at a few of the changes coming in from New Jersey midtown direct rail service on the Montclair Bhuttan line and one north jersey coast line train is being diverted to Hoboken forcing commuters to take the path or find another way into the city, this will allow for the rebuilding of two tracks on the east end of
From Overcoming Fear to Living a Childhood Dream
"Sell wanna drive? You actually wrote a two part blog wanna drive one drive or not. And this was interesting. This was triggered by a friend of yours. Peter who found a YouTube video on how to drive an eighteen speed transmission, which by the way, I can't even imagine. So it brought back memories for you of a pretty big event your grave digger in college. You. You worked with guy named Billy who had a big truck. And you wanted to what you said Dr truck like Billy's. So what this was an interesting story. What happened here the whole back story on this goes back to when I was four years old. And I was four years old. I lived across the street from construction company, and I would sit on the curb in the afternoons, and I would watch the guys come back with their trucks. And I just kind of fell in love with trucks fast forward from four years old to my teenage years. I'm working at the local cemetery. Setting up for funerals filling in after funerals, whatever and the guy who digs the graves, Billy, Billy. He also has a trucking business and hauling heavy equipment around. And so one day I got up. I was so curious to to experience that see what that was like one day. I got up the courage to ask him if I could go for a ride with one of his guys. And he said he tried to talk me out of it. And then he said, okay sure show up, you know, tomorrow at six I did. So you you showed up at six to spend the day with Michael. Yeah. And you did in fact get to ride in the truck. But then Michael kind of turn the tables on you. So what happened? Yeah. As we. So we went down to Alantic city. This was from Philadelphia went down to Atlantic City picked up machine took it up somewhere north jersey. And then we were coming back we stopped at arrest rest stop. And then we were walking back to the truck. And he. Turns to me, and he's like you wanna drive and I'm like. No, he's like you just going to come out here all day to sit in the truck. He's like come on. You wanna drive or what? So it's like. Okay. And. You know, he put me in. I got I got in. And I started driving. So pretty scary. And it's one of the white load trucks. Right. Yeah. We didn't have we didn't have a machine on at that time. Thankfully. But yeah, it says a big, you know, big semi alright. And so one of the one of the parts of this day that you described was approaching toll booth that you needed to fit this big rig through and had no choice. But to do that. Right. Yeah. I mean once once he we once we got started. He he kind of took a took a nap. So we're on the jersey turnpike. I think and we're driving down see the sign that there's a toll booth up ahead like two miles or something. So I hit him. And I'm like, I can't I can't do this. He's like what it's just a just steer between the tollbooth. You gotta stop anyway to pay them like. Okay. So those are the days before the open road tolling. So I actually had to pull in their stop at the right spot hand the money out to the toll taker and get a receipt receipt back. So it's very scary. It was very scary. So I'm I'm just wondering kind of as a conclusion of the story throughout the whole rest of your life. How many times did you see a truck like that? And and kind of say to yourself like oh my God. I drove one of those well a lot because I did when I when I started my even before I started my business, but I drove all the time L so it was actually in instructive informative. All right. So I've I've I've driven pretty much every kind of Chuck there is so I feel good about it now. Good. But at the
4th Child Dies from Flu in New Jersey
"Hour. A fourth child has died from pediatric flu complications. According to the State Department of health the toddler from north jersey died in early March health Commissioner, Dr Sharieff Ellen hall says the child had several underlying medical conditions as well. Flu activity remains high around the state, and he says it's not too late to get a flu shot five children died during last year's flu
Brie Larson Serves Fans Popcorn On Captain Marvel's Opening Weekend
"While captain marvel was raking in big dough in the nation's theaters during its opening weekend movie goers at one theater in New Jersey. Got a super surprise, captain marvel herself. Bree Larson appeared at a theater Saturday night in Clifton, New Jersey about ten miles west of New York. The north jersey record reports those in line at the AMC theater Michelin didn't seem to notice Larson who was dressed in a captain marvel sweatsuit that changed quickly sending social media into a stir with post featuring pictures of Larson posing with fans and even serving popcorn from a concession stand. Captain Marvel's a big deal for Marvel's studios. It's their first female fronted superhero flick and count had it not being the last premier to a weekend box office, take of more than one hundred fifty three million
'Captain Marvel' Star Brie Larson Surprises Fans At New Jersey Theater
"Surprise, captain marvel herself Brie Larson appeared at theater Saturday night in Clifton, New Jersey about ten miles west of New York. The north jersey record reports those in line at the AMC theater initially didn't seem to notice Larson who was dressed in a captain marvel sweatsuit that changed quickly sending social media into a stir with post featuring pictures of Larson posing with fans and even serving popcorn from a concession stand. Get Marvel's a big deal for marvel studios. It's their first female fronted superhero flick and count had it not being the last premier to a weekend box office, take of more than one hundred fifty three
Feds Come Down Hard On New Jersey Nursing Home Where 11 Children Died
"The federal government has find a wanna Q New Jersey nursing facility. Six hundred thousand dollars after eleven children died and thirty-six became sick during a viral outbreak. Last fall, the north jersey record reports the penalty comes after inspections by state and federal health officials during the outbreak found conditions at the wanna cue center for nursing and rehabilitation pose an immediate jeopardy to the lives and health of the facilities. Fifty-three ventilator, dependent children and one hundred and fifty other pediatric and elderly residents. Inspectors described lapses in hand washing and infection control sub-standard care, a lack of involvement by the medical doctor and poor oversight by the facilities
"north new jersey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"We're gonna have some fun tonight. I have at two o'clock Michael wood on to talk about his BBC series of the story of China before talking about the story of India, and he'll be on talk about this one. I'm really looking forward to that. I've watched it a bunch of tires. Today, we are going to start with a couple of folks who are college Democrats from Boston College we had college Republicans on from north eastern. And that was interesting only fair, we have the college Democrats on as not only to find out about whether at politically to help us all understand really young people generations e folks because we there's a lot of speculation on the show late at night between we all people about what those kids are thinking. So I figured I'd have him on. So thanks for coming in. So fi Carter political director you are from Providence Rhode Island. Yes. And we have Jacob Rico. You're the president knew you hail from where north jersey north get right up close even closer around that Michael from north New Jersey. Yeah. There you go. And what compelled you to join this group you both pretty young freshman and sophomore, and you jumped right in to become a member of this group. What compels you to do that? Sophie, sorry. So I've always been pretty involved with politics, especially in high school. I'm from Rhode Island, which is a pretty solidly democratic state. So that's just always something that I grew up with and found myself agreeing with pretty strongly college Democrats have Boston College was the first club. I joined when I moved to be back in August. And I just really found a community there and a lot of my really good friends through college Democrats have be so when the time came to run for Edward I decided to go for it. Nice. How about you? Jacob. Definitely a similar story in so far, as you know, in high school being those types of kids that were really really into politics felt no fear in sharing their opinions. And also just the way that the political realm always allowed me to sort of get outside of myself get outside of my own head and really try and do something that extended farther beyond me than myself has always been something I've found importance of both you're back in high school, you you're forced to defend your positions early on. You've been debating this for a long time. Yeah. I was a congressional debater back in high school. So that involved a lot of talking about policy issues and discourse with my peers, which really helped me for my own opinions when I was in high school, I also engaged in a little bit of youth activism, especially around the areas of gun violence and education reform. So that really got me into politics you like. BC? Yeah. I mean BCC is a great place, but like any place, it has its problems here and there, but no I I really enjoy what I study. I I love to learn their BBC's. Great BC's been great for me. I didn't go to school there. But at that radio station community members can be involved in. I have been involved over there for a long time. I had to stop being of all because of this station just takes too much time. But hey, who knows maybe down the road? I'll end up back there. Let's get some. Opinions from you folks, again, some about politics, I'm about just being young. And I'm gonna go ahead and invite folks in the audience to call six one seven two five four ten thirty six one seven two five four ten thirty. I think you'll find that the audience skews conservatively, but not completely. So it's it's weird. You know, Massachusetts is blue, but talk radio is red sort of balances out. I'll just start off asking you. What Jacob what you thought about the state of the union address last night? Before I go into the specifics of last night's state of the union. I'll just talk about the state of the union as an event in and of itself. I mean, it's typically a circus. And last night was definitely no exception to that rule. I circus you kinda mean theater rather than substance. Oh, certainly. Yeah. Political theater more than it is really anything of any actual substance. And I mean, you can't really blame it that's sort of what the institutions all about. You're talking about something that's meant to be for the general public meant to be for everyone to tune in. Try and see what it is that they like or dislike about the person that they've already made up their minds about. But. Yeah. Last night was definitely no no stranger to to that classification. All right. As I mentioned, I'm going to bounce around between political questions just expect to be surprised now. I'm just to come to Sophie, what do you fear? You're a freshman in college. What do you fear? What are what are the things away upon you? The baby boomers feared getting blown up. By nuclear missiles, what does the fear for you? I also fear getting blown up by nuclear missiles. I think that this is a really interesting time to be alive, especially when it comes to diplomacy and international relations in the age of social media, and technology and the internet, but just more broadly being a college student. What I fear college is really expensive. And I fear making imprudent choice when it comes to what majoring in or my career path. But I all work out. Have you made any imprudent choices in your life yet? I'm a philosophy major. So it's debatable. If you're a philosophy major. Everything's debatable. Jacob you had your hand up. Yeah. No. I'd love to jump in on what Sophie began on education. I mean in this country who are at a point where we've got one point five trillion dollars worth of student loan debt. And it's some of the only debt that you can't declare bankruptcy on. And if you wanna try to it's incredibly difficult, and then I mean, if you're lucky enough to get through college, get your bachelor's degree and come out with debt were hovering at four percents on employment within on top of that we get up to I think about ten million people who either unemployed or underemployed, and I I mean, you really can't stress how serious of a crisis to be putting so many of our youth who are the most at risk populations, especially when you start talking about more at risk subgroups within that people of color. You know, historically, marginalized groups what it means to be putting them in a position where they need to be taking out huge loans with the possibility of falling into a place where they'll be under employed unemployed dissatisfied with the the state of their life and their earnings. How much debt do you expect to accrue? You're doing your undergrad. Now, I can't imagine you you won't continue. You could be looking at how what kind of debt level? Personally. Well, I'm considering law school. So I'll probably come out with over a hundred thousand dollars in debt. Do you ever break that down how much that is a month? He probably have I try not to think about it. How do you deal with it mentally? I just have faith that things will work out. I apply for tons of scholarships and hope that some of those will work out. But I think that just in the future. Making smart financial choices will help me get through that amount of our example. What would be smart financial choice? What kind of things are you talking about just, you know, using some moderation when it comes to like lifestyle choices like what I choose to forgo. And what I choose to purchase. Like, the means by which I'm living, very good. How about you? As far as other than debt. What is the generation Z person fearing Jacob what else you concerned about when it comes to fear? I mean, there are a lot of things obviously in my everyday life. That makes me uncomfortable that I fear. But I mean, the the real things that bother me are much larger much more structural. I mean climate change is always on my mind considering nights half of what I spend all my time doing it university studying for and also what I work on as a sustainability intern for Boston College dining, so that's certainly lays heavy on on my shoulders, and on my mind. So this is not some abstract thing for you like it is for older people for you. This is an immediate direct threat much like they feared. The Cuban missile crisis. You you fear climate crisis. Perhaps not in the same way that you would missile crisis. I mean, that's something imminent, but I fear what a climate change crisis will do to the stability and structure of geopolitical conflict, instability, really around the entire world when you talk about whether or not we're going to be the ones who are directly afflicted by climate change. The answer is prob is probably not many of us because many of us will have the wealth the resources in order to escape what may become a to to afflict us one day. But there are people globally that will not be able to do the same thing. And when you talk about the massive threat of desert of desertification loss of access to water resources. I mean, if we think that Syria is a problem right now with the migrant crisis. I mean, just wait until hundreds of millions of people are being just uprooted from their communities. Really globally. And then we're going to have to deal with it because we are the ones with the moral weight of having caused this crisis. Okay. Sounds like you guys are all warmed up will do is take a break. And we'll talk to Steve in South Carolina. Let's see what he has to say. Who knows? WBZ? Hey, Dan, who's that dentist you go to practices oral conscious sedation? Yeah. You're thinking about Dr Mark are Turner of Taunton. I've got such high anxiety about having dental work done. And I love the idea of not feeling anything. Or remembering I was there before I started seeing him. I used to have to go to my old dentist all the time. Multiple painful visits now with Dr Turner, most procedures only take one trip in my anxiety is gone. Do you know if he does dental implants ensure does I.
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"In US stocks today, though for the week the US natural markets still posted losses. The Dow was up one hundred twenty three points today to twenty five thousand four thirteen. The NASDAQ fell eleven points, the SNP up six points. This is NPR. And this is WNYC in New York. I'm Sean Carlson, New York City officials say plummeting temperatures and an unexpected amount of snow contributed to widespread chaos last night. Marital Bazi city Commissioner said they were expecting one to two inches of snow instead of more than six transportation Commissioner Polly trot and Burg says without enough warning the city was not able to salt and plow roads, effectively this event had been described to something where it was not going to get below freezing. And everything was going to it got icy and not just on the George Washington Bridge. Bayonne bridge cross Bronx major Deegan. A bunch of places where trucks and cars started slipping and sliding marital Bosnia said there will be an audit of how the city and other agencies like the port authority could have reacted more effectively. Meanwhile, New Jersey transit has suspended service on to train lines due to damage from this storm. The agency says the north jersey coast line will be shut down until tomorrow morning. That's because overhead wires came down in Middletown that significantly damaged signal lines. The Gladstone branch will also be shut down until Monday morning. That's to make time for repairs to a signal crossing in new providence where a strain or a train struck a car last night. Nj transit. Bus and rail tickets and passes will be cross honored across the system and with private buses for the rest of tonight. Mayor de Blasio says he has fired the head of New York City's watchdog agency to preserve its honor and integrity, the mayor announced this afternoon that he removed department investigation Commissioner Mark Peters. The Blasios said his decision was spurred by recent report, accusing Peters of abusing his power the very top leadership at DIO. I've repeatedly undermined the values critical to its mission. My job as mayor to make a change. So that deal I can do. It's important work going forward. Tensions between the two men were high after Peter's issued hard hitting investigations of the city's housing authority correction department and child services agency earlier this year to Blasi reportedly the ordered his staff to find ways to get rid of him. The mayor has nominated the state's executive deputy attorney general for criminal Justice says Peterson replacement for the rest of tonight mostly clear with a low of thirty five wind chills between thirty and thirty five wind gusts to twenty eight miles an hour. Support for NPR comes. From the YMCA committed to opportunities for all and the belief that no one should be defined by zip code. They're born into details on the impact of donations YMCA dot net slash for a better us. It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Audie Cornish. And I'm Ari Shapiro. It's another day of counting actually recounting in Florida across the state workers are counting ballots by hand in the US Senate race where Republican challenger Rick. Scott maintains a narrow lead over democratic incumbent Bill Nelson in Broward County this morning. Local election workers went through a PowerPoint full of instructions on how to decipher ballots that have been remarked with crossed out. Check marks even written on by voters voter marks
10th child dies from adenovirus outbreak at N.J. facility
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Trump reimposes Iran sanctions
"Stay holders than youth and to help reduce opiate and other drug use among young athletes too often, sports injuries lead to the prescribing of painkillers and they're overused spirals out of control President. Trump is signing an executive order reimposing sanctions on Iran, three months after. Pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal he says the US policy is to Levy maximum economic pressure. On the country Trump. Free stated his opinion the two thousand fifteen international. Cord to freeze Iran's. Nuclear program in return for lifting sanctions was. A horrible one-sided deal what's so great about the Garden State each week at this time we profile some of the individuals and groups that make the Garden State, such a great place to live since two thousand five Mercer county group has given kids with special needs a chance to play baseball, now, they're, having, their First all star game it'll be, at the miracle league of Mercer county's field in Hamilton township on Wednesday co hosted by, the, Trenton thunder and. It is an attempt says the nonprofits executive director Dan Shrek to start to raise money so the facility could sustain for another twenty years or so people can come out in time being what miracle league. Is and then also having opportunity to, contribute and donate to us as well forty of the two hundred fifty plus. Players the league has served and it's fourteen seasons are set to suit up. Twenty player rosters each for, an American and National League team there are other miracle leagues in Camden and Gloucester counties Mercer one includes kids from. Pennsylvania and north jersey to Patrick Lavery New Jersey. One a one, point five new and if you have more.
"north new jersey" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"It's impossible to not love hearing those songs live queen anne adam lambert saw that at the prudential centered north new jersey definitely highlight show as well iron maiden also at the prudential center newark new jersey book of seoul's tour a lot of questions about bruce dickinson you know how is he going to do how coming off of had beating cancer will he be able to sing well i mean remember talking tongue cancer not just cancer this guy's lead singer houses energy going to be houses waste going to be none of it was even a consideration it didn't even come up it wasn't even talked about during the tour because bruce dickinson nailed it every single night for maidens twohourplus show they hit you with a lot of music from the book of seoul's but they also did a fair amount of other music well was like a 5050 said you know that maiden when they have a new album out they tend to favour that record in alive shows they certainly did do that but not to the degree that they played the entire thing and nothing but so is a fairly balanced show incredible would iron maiden do continuing to sell out arenas all over america with virtually no radio airplay and they continue to dominate a travesty that iron maiden is not yet been considered for the rock and roll hall of fame just as much as it was a travesty that you just priest did not get him when they finally shut up on the ballot 2017 but medan.
"north new jersey" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Close race up too you know the lashed i heard was about a fivepoint advantage for the democrat north room but at the same time we know what polls are like and what they said they know just days before the presidential election last year that were hillary clinton was supposed to win at all it by double digits well that didn't happen obviously and thanks for the goodness in new jersey it's a different situation new jersey pretty much is is a is a blue state for the for for the most part anyway and you can you can keep your fingers crossed and hope for the best but right now i wouldn't think that the new jersey would be going red now it's a big upset there because again murphy leads vying were from twelve to fifteen points and again as if you believe the poll but i do think most of the polls i've seen between north them and gillespie are within the margin of error so in fact on friday glossed a 3point lead out in one the polls and of course it's showed only showing up was a tie and rasmussen which kind of favors republicans uh and in one of the other a of also which favours the democrats north from has got a two point lead so it's tight there's no question about it's all about turnout turnout expected to be very light in the north new jersey today you see i think are much heavier turn out in virginia the president had not physically campaign for it glaspie gillespie got visited the fundraiser by above bush forty three also mike pence has been in virginia on the campaign trail but the president of course a expressed his support for doulos me on twitter sequel the state of virginia konomi under democrat rule has been terrible if you voted gillespie two tomorrow this was from yesterday it will come roaring back cut his from the president tweeting a support for edgar leslie so it's going to be very interesting i would be a harbinger of things to come if gillespie and going donald lose the that's obviously going to be done necessarily mean that's way the midterms going to run because it's all.
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"In the public interest 939 fm and am 820 and your news and the new york conversation the from the center for investigative reporting of p r next this is reveal a let's just before the break we heard how traffic pollution was affecting schools in north new jersey now we hit the southern california a place that makes you think of the glamour of hollywood the sway of palm trees and a call fresh breeze these blowing off the pacific ocean but for the kids at eldoredo elementary school is culver city a cool breeze is not with the smell and those few miles between the pacific ocean in the school is a freeway way and not just any free way the 405 with business free weight knighted state and one of the busiest sections of their free he's right next to the school our reporter in walters drove ellie trapped to find out what these kids thought about the freeway in their backyard what about the relay idea notice that are even hear the freeway north really cars driving rally this is a tall concrete sound war the keeps the free way even the massive 405 pretty much hidden away the wall is right by the kindergarten classroom as we're amy meets up with my reynolds business manager for culver city schools so this is a kindergarten and i think were pretty might at the closest point between the school in the freeway rhianna all left steps the freeway wall right there i i'd say it can be more than in us fifty six defeat maximum like three car length something i ballots yeah yeah just right in their neighborhood elle marino elementary is within five hundred feet of the 405 now that would go against the guidelines of the school built today but what makes this school different from the one we heard about in new jersey is inside his classrooms the kids are breathing filtered air so this was our first system and the central component was the merge sixty infiltration for sixteen filter is designed to remove the smallest particles.