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Fresh update on "tallahassee" discussed on Howie Carr
"Love from the Matthews Brothers Video. Wait for 4 542 42 political theater. That's right mascots. They They admitted it, Pennsylvania yesterday. They didn't know the mikes were open. You know that Colin? Doug had a great suggestion, You know, let let Trump picked someone that ask questions of Biden on DH. Biden could pick someone asked questions of Trump and let's see who does better. I'm going. I'm going Expand on that a little bit. We'll have that kind of debate, but we'll also do it. In a pool. You know why In the old days. Maybe they still do it, But I don't think so. There were certain corrupt politicians and also members of organized crime, but I repeat myself. Who would never meet with anybody that they suspected Might be wired up by the feds. Recording the conversation to get some incriminating evidence on him. So these people, there were a number of them. It was a common practice, they would only meet in pools. Or in steam rooms. You know where everybody was just in a towel. What? Learn their, especially you didn't want to have anything on your on your chest. Wanna bare chest? Because that's where the wires go Look at Joe Biden last night he had some he had wires on him. All over Howie. There's an episode of The Sopranos where Tony wants to figure out if one of the guys is spying on him are has a wire. So he has Paulie bring the guy to a spa steam room, and he refuses to steam and he says I can again my back My I'm not supposed to go in the water, and the guy's like, Oh, man, he's he's a rat. No, I know a guy. He's dead now. But he got bagged by a Boston see counselor. And the guy he met the guy. Don't the councillor, that doughnut shop and it was the middle of the summer, and the guy was wearing a pop coat. I mean, my friend wasn't paying close attention, obviously. And the guy A guy bagged them. You know, you gave him the game from the cash and, uh, the city councilor gave him up and my friend had to do some community service. It's the way it goes. Gotta be. Gotta be careful. So, you know, they talk about how safe these mail in ballots are going to be, And it's just it's full proof these mail in ballots. So what if New York City is going to re mail? All these ballots? Where they came up with the wrong address is in Brooklyn and They They send out military ballots to all the people in Queens, so they're just going to resend it so that so In other words, what happens to the ballots? They've already said. But that's their plan to remedy the situation is the send out more ballots. And meanwhile in Florida, they we've always asked the question if it's so safe. To mail your ballot. Then, if you had a winning lottery ticket, would you put it in the mail? Well, we have an answer to that from a woman named Sue Burgess. From her Nando County, Florida. And she was she She won $1000 in the state. Second Chance. Lottery game 1000 bucks. I was elated. Super just said it was like winning a million dollars to me. But there was the pandemic. So the regular lottery offices where you goto claim your prize were closed so she couldn't go there, So they just said, Just stick it in the mail. Make it certified mail. Everything will be okay. I guess you could figure out where the story's going. She followed the state's lot of state lotteries. Instructions went to the post office to send in her ticket, be a certified mail. And guess what? Ticket has vanished. The tracking information shows the ticket in transit on August 12th at a Tallahassee post office. The post office has announced. We apologize to this specific customer for any inconvenience they may have experienced. She lost the grand That's an inconvenience. But The ballots will be OK. There's no nothing to see here, folks move along. Craig, You're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead, Craig. Hi. How are you? Good. Good. Um I was watching a debate last night and personally I am an ex drug addict. My wife and I have my wife eyeballs and we're watching the show, and we were wondering why Joe Biden pupils I know. I know. Craig. It's Ah, You know, everybody is speculating. What What? What kind of additives he got, But we don't know that for a fact. But thanks. Thanks for calling. Sean, You're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead, Sean. Hurry. Louder. Show a long time. Many times. Thank you. So I just wanted to make mention conducted a debate like Sunday shows. You haven't seen this condition. Not lately, but Yeah, he's Yeah, You're right. He's trying to. Ah throw gotcha questions at all the guests, especially if they're Republicans. Anyway, I have to find.
Civil Rights Activist, Patricia Stephens Due
"Hello from Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan, and this is encyclopedia will Manica. All month we're talking about activists. Women who stood up against injustice and four a better world. Today we're talking about an American civil rights activist whose work began as a student and extended throughout her life and beyond. She was one of the leaders of the sit in and Jalen movements continuing to fight for a more just society even when faced with serious harm. According to The New York Times her FBI file was over four hundred pages long. Let's talk about Patricia Stevens do. Patricia Gloria Stevens was born on December ninth nineteen, thirty, nine fifteen months after her sister Priscilla who would go on to be partner in many organizing efforts. Patricia was the second of three kids born to Lottie Mae Powell Stevens, and Horace Walter Stevens. The Stevens family lived in Belgrade Florida for most Patricia Youth. By the time she was thirteen years old Patricia was very aware of the discrimination she faced for being black and was ready to protest. She and her sister refused to go to the designated colored window at their local dairy queen. Instead, they stood in line for the window marked whites only. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, seven Patricia started school at Florida Am University. Two years later in Nineteen fifty-nine Patricia and Priscila attended a workshop put on by the Congress of racial equality or core on nonviolent civil disobedience. Patricia then started a local chapter of the organization in order to continue the work, she tried to tackle it just thirteen years old integration. The following year on February. Twentieth Nineteen Sixty Patricia, her sister, and some other students sat down at a whites only lunch counter at a Woolworth Tallahassee and refused to get up until they were served. Nineteen days earlier, four guys sat down at a similar lunch counter in Greensboro North Carolina officially kicking off. Since movement across the South Patricia and ten of her peers were arrested rather than paying three hundred dollar Fine Patricia and. Out Forty nine days in jail. Their determination to serve their time as a statement became a norm when others were arrested and charged on fairly. Patricia leadership and courage caught the attention of people around the country support of the cause including Jackie Robinson Eleanor Roosevelt Harry Belafonte, and James. Baldwin. Dr Martin. Luther King. Junior. Sent the sisters telegram that said. Going to jail for a righteous cause as a badge of honor and a symbol of dignity. After she was finally released, Patricia continued the fight to change her city and country. One of her fellow activists was a man named John D do junior. He was law school at Florida Am University. The two got married in nineteen, sixty three and would go on to have three children together for their honeymoon Patricia and John went to the march on Washington and heard Dr King's I have a dream speech. The following year in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, Patricia took on a new role in corps. She served as field secretary for a voter education and Registration Project in North Florida under her leadership. program. More. Voters than any other regional program in the south. Patricia also worked to improve the lives of workers, the poor and other underserved populations in the US. But her activism took a physical toll on her. After being hit in the face by a can of tear gas, Patricia is were injured and she was forced to wear dark glasses for the rest of her life in nineteen sixty, seven, ten years after she enrolled. Patricia graduated from Florida Am. University it took her all of a decade to get her degree because she spent periods of time traveling around the US to rally energy behind the civil rights movement. She was also suspended multiple times by the
Interview With Ta-Nehisi Coates
"Tallahassee welcome back to the podcasts what numbers this? Number seven. I think it might have been six. It's crazy. I can't even remember it used to be when we did a new one I would go back and listen to the old one. To See what we talked about before make sure no repeat myself. I just can't do it anymore. I can't listen to six. An, our audio. Preparation, so I gotta go off my My Memories. Yeah. It's been a lot. It's been a lot I WanNa say I feel very fortunate. I feel honored really that you are willing to have this conversation because I know you recently. Lost Friends Chadwick Bozeman, who is you know the world is experiencing that loss but I know you're experiencing it in a different way. Thank you for taking the time to do this even despite that. Now it's okay I mean we had committed before and. It's an experience to. Meet somebody. And you know I don't want to overstate Khushab was like a really private dude. And I think whenever you have people who are up at a certain level certain currency. That people try to deal in in you know overstating their proximity. So you know this wasn't a cow who I talk to every day or anything. But we did know each other we did it on. You know pretty much in the same circle. You know this guy met. Jesus. Nineteen Ninety seven ninety eight when. The students in the fine arts building decided to. Take, the administration building at how to prevent. Called it the absorbing of the fine arts college into the broader Liberal Arts School Indus- turn basically terrifies into a program as opposed to independent, which was crazy because. So much of what you know how a calling card is turning out autism Donny Hathaway To puffy to Tony Morrison just this long history. So it seemed crazy anyway him you another close friend of mine basically led the takeover and. are coveted for the hilltop for. You know some like at the beginning of my career I've probably been working for David. been mentioned several times. You know in other caucuses we we've done a couple of years at definitely maybe a year two years something like that. But anyway else coming in for the student newspaper and I say all that to say to watch him. On this arc. To see him you know student plays at Howard. He was always such a serious serious office. An intense and probably like the dude, I would least. Be Likely to pick to become. A major Hollywood leading man not because he lacked the talent. But he was so serious I'm. Dead dead dead serious about his art in and you know he really really didn't play and didn't have time. For Shenanigans. So just watches I mean he's one of those. Really really rare case, there's so much in the world it makes people feel like. Taking shortcuts in messing around and And Chad. Rare case that did it on principle and. Basically you know. Hard work you know. I know when people pass folks alight. They say this I never did any wrong or you know, etc. That's not what I'm saying. But I I was privileged to watch his as office. By went back and watched the onstage interview you did with him at the Apollo. And one of one of the things you said there was you sort of started off by saying because it was about Black Panther obviously, and and you said something like I didn't know that I needed this movie until I watched it you know and Kind of wonder how much of that? Connected with him being in that role or just. Yeah. No I mean. I would that was part of it. You know what I mean chat always had like this kind of you know otherworldly About himself. When he got past it's not like I was like, oh, he clearly can't this. You know what I mean is I said it was unexpected. You would be on this rise like this. I. Guess I'm more doubting. The system Hollywood. I think like an by point or somewhere around I point started writing a comic book. So it was like crazy. You know that you know he would be Erin I'll be right in the book and then I just so proud of that. So You know and even at that moment. He agreed to do conversation at the I mean you're talking about you on a billion dollar film. Again I knew. That they were. Promoting film it you know how exhausting? Because I think this was after they had gone on this global tour promote I knew how exhausting that was. After they had done grueling Toyota, he would just sit there and you have to remember what we know now was he was diagnosed about it. Yeah. Yeah. So he's been diagnosed with. You know what I mean and he sits up on stage in. But we had a pre call? His Russia with very very assistant. You know about that. You know we cheat the time limited data and I'm like, okay I'm. Trait. Up there with that, we got on the stage he has so much to say. And you can tell if you look at the interview, he just has so much to say and I think there was some point isn't Chin who has a black me the mask could come the and wants to get. Out At enchanted signs it. You know he was very conscious about what they're meant. And what what their moment met and it is. I just spe is it is hard to be sitting here talking to you about this in the past tense. Yeah. He has so many lighters just enviable qualities that relatively brief moment you know he really was king you couldn't have picked a better person to to carry it.
"tallahassee" Discussed on Museum Archipelago
"Welcome to Museum archipelago I'm in Elsner. Museum, Archipelago Guides you through the rocky landscape of museums. Each episode is never longer than fifteen minutes. So. Let's get started. John, Gilmore Riley was born enslaved on the Tallahassee Florida plantation in eighteen fifty seven John Gilmore ride into slavery about three blocks from here after slavery ended each owns education for career and became the first black principle of the nick of high school that was built to provide an education for newly freed slaves and their descendants here where we're sitting in right now is the John G Reilly House and museum in what is now basically downtown Tallahassee and this is Alpha means barnes the founding director of the museum. The My name is Al to these farms and the founding director of the John Gilmore Rally. Research Center and Museum. The Executive Director and I've been that for twenty four years the John G Reilly House a handsome two story Wood House sits in the same neighborhood as the older well-kept plantation homes Tallahassee. Eighteen fifty seven was the center of Florida's plantation economy assistant built almost entirely on enslaved labor enslaved people outnumbered white people three to one of the two, hundred and seventy nine white families living here in eighteen sixty, nearly two thirds owned at least. One person wants the slavery system down was eliminated in the area. A lot of the properties remained a part of that establishment and a lot of the blacks worked on the plantation remained in the area over time of the blast mood Dan. So ultimately, it became this African American enclave call it, and it's swear over eighty families settled around the eighteen seventies. The families had stores, they had churches, they have school that operated out of. John Ame Church, they had a with yard. It was a pretty much self sustaining community. They had pretty much everything that was needed, which was important because it was during the days of Segregation Vedra segregation. So they were limited in terms of of they could go to shop ready to could go for entertainment what have you and during the period of crow and black codes this neighborhood, this enclave became known as smokey hollow why the name smoke our younger. we have among the fact, but smoke Allah grew out of the fact that okay. It's an all black community. So a lot of the more out say undesirable elements ended up in smoke hall. So you had the electric station, the first electric building, the incinerator were all decisions trash was.
Miami - Florida School Reopening Ruling Back On Hold
"Governor De Santis and Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran, a Tallahassee based appeals court put on hold Leon County Circuit judges ruling that called a state mandate for schools to reopen. Amid the Corona virus unconstitutional. Final briefs in the case or not due till September. 9th, meaning a decision won't come before nearly all school districts in the state have re opened. The sheriff and Putnam County
Miami - Florida Judge Rejects Putting Schools Ruling On Hold
"Battle over the reopening of schools in Florida continues a Tallahassee judges put back into effect his ruling. This says the state's order that brick and mortar schools must reopen is unconstitutional. That means local school districts now have the authority under the individual circumstances to open or close their schools based on local conditions. That move is likely to trigger yet another appeal by the state
Florida Judge Rules State Order Requiring Schools to Reopen 'Unconstitutional'
"A judge in Tallahassee, Florida temporarily block Governor Rhonda's Santas from forcing public schools in the state to open during the pandemic, ruling the order arbitrarily disregard safety, state teacher's Union President Federal Ingram. We know what our jobs are. We simply don't want to risk the lives of our kids. We don't want to risk our own lives and by extension our families at home. The state immediately appealed the judge's ruling, which puts it on
Judge's ruling could slow down reopening of Florida schools
"Last students and teachers head back to the classroom. We wait on a ruling from a judge in Tallahassee that may have a big impact on how and when school's Khun Reopen in Florida state's largest teachers union is suing to keep building's closed until the covert positivity rate drops below. 5% attorneys wrapped up several days of hearings this past Friday. FAA attorney Billy Wilder mitigation tactics haven't been mentioned that includes training over contact tracing Robber Ventilation air filters cleaning. A ruling from Judge Charles Dodson is expected some time this week. But regardless and appeal will likely follow.
Miami - Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis holds COVID-19 round table
"Hopeful hopeful Governor Governor Rhonda Rhonda Santa's Santa's hosted hosted a a Corona Corona Virus Virus Roundtable Roundtable in in Tallahassee Tallahassee Thursday. Thursday. The The governor governor says says most most significantly, significantly, hospital hospital visits visits for for covert covert like like illness illness are are falling. When you see that decline, you're going then see the hospital admissions decline, and fortunately the mortality will decline from there. That's been the best trend Toe watch and that trend that we're going to keep looking
Modeling the trajectory of COVID-19 cases
"About the number of new Corona virus cases by the end of summer if things don't change Brownsville, Texas, for instance, has nearly 16,000 cases based on the current trajectory. Models show that figure could double in just 11 days in Laredo, it would take 19 days for the 7500 cases there to become 18,000 Looking at Florida in about three weeks, so call his caseload could double to nearly 12,000 while Tallahassee could see 15,000 cases and Knoxville, Tennessee could top 16,000 cases by early September boxes, Claudia
Hidden Histories - Rosewood, Tulsa, Chicago
"Halfway between Tampa and Tallahassee, a hundred yards off state route, twenty four and ten miles from the next town stands a handsome Pale Yellow House with decorative white trim on the two story porch. The house was the only survivor of an episode of such extraordinary violence that it boggles the mind how quickly and completely it was swept under the rug. An entire community was burned to the ground in an incident of racist asymmetrical warfare. And most people have never even heard of it. My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. The community had been or technically still is Rosewood, Florida. It was settled by both black and white people twenty years before the civil war, but the Jim. Crow segregation in the Post Bellum decades put a clear divide into the community. The town was incorporated in eighteen seventy after it got a post office on a train stop and was named Rosewood for the Pink Cedars that were also the base of its economy. Residents worked in lumber, yards, mills, and even a pencil factory. Until the cedars had been overharvested, and the factories began to close. Most of the white residents moved to nearby sumner. But one couple John and Mary right who ran the general store? They were kind to their neighbors, and were known to Slip Candy to the black kids who hung out at the store, possibly because their own children had died young. The white flight continued into the nineteen twenties when Rose Woods population of about two hundred was entirely black plus the rights. The little hamlet got by just fine. Until New Year's Day nineteen twenty-three. Over in Sumner, a woman named Fanny Taylor woke her neighbors, saying a black man had broken into her house and attacked her. Rather than alert sheriff, her husband immediately gathered a group of men. Including clansmen who were in the area for a rally and a tracking dog. the, dog, lead them to the railroad tracks, which led to Rosewood. The mob, which would grow to be three hundred strong got it in their head that they were looking for a black man named Jesse Hunter who had escaped from a chain gang. The dog ran through the open door of a house and back out with that of wagon tracks. When the homeowner swore that no one else had been in his house, the mob tied him to the back of a car and dragged him down a dirt road. Then they tracked down the owner of the wagon whose tracks the dog sniffed. When he also claimed ignorance and innocence, the mob mutilated and killed him. The mob came to the House of Sarah carrier the Taylor's laundries. Two dozen people most of them. Children were hiding inside having heard what was going on already driven out of their homes by fear. For whatever reason the mob was sure that carrier was hiding Jesse Hunter. They fired on the House and carrier. Sons returned fire. When it was over both Sarah and her son Sylvester carrier had been fatally shot, though Sylvester had managed to kill two of their assailants. Had, anyone bothered to talk to Sarah carrier about Fannie, Taylor. She would have been able to tell them about Taylor's lover. Her white lover who she had been with before the attack. As, the mob kicked in the front door of the carrier house, the people hiding inside fled out the back door to the relative safety of the nearby. Swampy Woods. Not. All were able to get away though. Carriers, other son James was found by the mob who reportedly made him dig his own grave before killing him. The newspapers of the nearby towns caught wind of what was happening. They ran exaggerated. Retailing's of the siege of the carrier House and blatantly false reports of roving bands of armed black citizens. Seeing that even more white men poured into Rosewood believing that a race war had broken out. Apparently it's only a race war when the race you're targeting fights back. The manhunt and terror campaign wasn't confined to that single night, but stretched on for nearly a week.
'All Black Lives Matter'
"And also beyond black. Trans Women being excluded from the conversation. We've also seen trans men like Tony mcdade be excluded as well he was a trans man shot by police in Tallahassee last month, and some people have been fighting to have. His name honored at protests as well for people who don't get why he should be included. What what do you say to them? THEM WHY is it important that Tony's name be included if the Senate Trans, humanity and Trans lives right and I think the say people want answers from the Tallahassee Police on Tony. mcdaid on who they say was armed. They say was this who they say was that, but they're not really a lot of reports about what happened. It's only the what the police are saying. Happens. And then then a lot of people are also talking about. She's not a victim of police violence, but Nina pop who is them a most recent I'm Black Trans Woman. Who was stabbed? Then Roll Missouri in early. May so I think that the those that push. To include their names? Is Just Center Trans. People and Trans. Lives and black lives in this moment, and there was even a march the other day that Senate on stonewall where a group of activists did a march that was explicitly devoted to him. In the midst of the protests for George Void so i. think that's what that's about. What would a truly inclusive black lives matter movement? Look like to you. I! Think truly was the black lives. Matter would look like the movement that the three original founders had envisaged right, and we should say three founders you referencing. Are Patrisse cullors Alicia? Garza, and ultimately that's right. The irony is that two out of three of the founders of all living, and then two hundred or three. R LGBTQ and they when they started were deliberately creating a movement that was intersectional, and which is committed to fighting transphobia. It's actually one of their stated principles, but the problem. Is that because Blm? For sorts of reasons that makes sense. It's not a hierarchical organization. It's decentralized one through decentralisation that means that the local group of people who ever decide to pull themselves together and declare themselves the Ambi- Ellen RBM. and. That means that you can end up. Not Trying to end up. Hating the existing biographies as they exist, and so, that's what I think happened. I don't think that it's a straying of. I think that it's just a structural thing and and the decision to create a decentralized organization which means that those values that are held at the top. Don't fall down all the way to the bottom because it's not a top down organization, so it really do think that that's part of
After curfew, Miami Police disperse protesters following vandalism, clashes with officers
"The curfew for Miami Dade County is in effect now and that means all who were protesting the George Floyd killing by a cop in Minneapolis need to clear the streets police confronted the large group headed in an area that was off limits this Otis continued across South Florida Miami's downtown streets in portions of interstate three ninety five west bound was affected affected for for quite quite a a while while today today police police say say a a pickup pickup truck truck drove drove through through a a crowd crowd of of protesters protesters in in Tallahassee Tallahassee causing causing people people to to run run screaming screaming as as protests protests across across the the state state erupted erupted in violence St Petersburg mayor and police chief for hoping for a day of peaceful protests but they say they were ready if things turn violent chief Anthony Holloway says to those coming to Saint Pete to protest George Floyd's death peacefully we hear you and want to talk to you but at the same time he says anyone committing an act of violence or destroying property will be taken into custody Merrick Christman says officials welcome a peaceful demonstration do so in a peaceful manner so that your voice truly does get heard and it doesn't get lost in the violence about three hundred showed up in front of the St Pete police department on Saturday Holloway says his officers only had problems with about ten to
Summoning the Courage to Change the Power Structure
"So. Gardner has welcome to Latino rebels radio. I. Thank you so much for having. So I have a lot to talk to you about and I know we are going to talk about covert and incarceration and health but. Obviously this week I think the entire nation was shook with what has happened in Minneapolis and I and I just wanted to get your thoughts about the death of George, Floyd or how? Trauma and how outrage actually? I WANT WANNA. Get your two takes like how you. How do you feel like looking being in a someone? This week in the middle of Pandemic when this is happening, but also just like the health implications of constant trauma, and I just had a really I'm from privilege, and I'm having problems with this, so I'm going to get your thoughts i. Yeah. We're in the same boat I. Today's my first day as President at Marguerite Casey Foundation. Got The right day. And I feel and. On. The one hand really devastated not only. Because of the murder of George. Floyd also because of the murder of Brianna Taylor, because I'm not of Tony mcdaid that. We are living in witnessing. Sort of the constant assassination of black people. By a state that does not value their lives and I'm really torn up about it I on the one side I feel. Like my sector, like philanthropy is often at the edges on not willing to be abolitionist, not willing to call on not only police accountability, imagining supporting organizers in leaders in our communities to imagine a world where detention and incarceration and policing aren't the only ways that we resolve the issues that we have with each other. and on the other side you know we really quickly as an institution, we put out. Six hundred thousand dollars to leading black led organizations in Tallahassee in Minneapolis. In Louisville. That are at the front lines, both of the abolition, the fight for abolition and and to try to address the issues that are happening today, and so the health consequences for all of our families for all of us is a extreme like. How can we imagine a different world a different future where being killed every day when brothers and sisters are being killed everyday when our aunts and uncles in MOMS and dads are held in detention and put into prison when our political leaders are. Corporate leaders are nonprofit leaders Fine the courage to actually step up and say we deserve better. Our families deserve better. Yeah, I'm devastated Julio. Frenk I I'm really glad you. I wanted to ask you that question and I. Really I really appreciate you like putting it in the context of what you do because I do think. In this world sometimes we're taught to you know. We can only stay in one lane, or and I think you know even me as a journalist like. I've struggled this week. And in the context of like Cohen teen in the context of what you wanted to talk about as well which I also think you know. It's funny because we just published on Friday. Three letters from migrant detainees inside of a immigration jail in Illinois. That, twenty, trans queer weblog reached out and we. We published their words. He's people are saying these conditions. You know I am worried I am. I'm not getting any help. I'm being dehumanized and we just decide well. These these letters came out so there's a risk because you're like they WANNA come out in public, but then when you come in public, it's like. It's a criminalized system. People are speaking out. Talk to me how this is interconnected in the in the work that you do because you're like the reason why we wanted to talk about what you're saying you. You mentioned abolitionist them. You've mentioned. Detention jails, and how this is how society is just not getting it especially now, especially during covert so. How do you begin to connect it all? Yeah, you know philanthropy is really weird, and on the one side I am clear that philanthropy isn't. Better of a functioning democracy and are robust and fare economy right that philanthropy exists mostly because he's our tax dollars that are not. That are awarded. And rich people, and then they're rich institutions get to be the arbiters of who is deserving of resources in a moment. What ideas are deserving of being lifted up? What leaders should be resourced, right? I. I I am clear that I'm like in A. that. I'm holding contradiction right that I believe in a functioning stage with the safety net that taxes are most. Wealthy at the benefit of all of us and I work at an institution that as as been created because of these failures and. I think that. Many of my peers in philanthropy have given up. The ability to actually contest for power to use these positions and the resources that we have Julio. We are one institution right? We have seven hundred over seven hundred million dollars in an endowment. That we get to us not only to try to supplant government or take the place of government, not only to create a band aid on the cancer that our communities are facing. We can use these resources to support leaders organizations to start to create evidence that our families can be more powerful to start to create evidence that our government can actually for us that it could be more responsive than it can look like us. That I can talk and feel like us. We can create evidence that our economy doesn't have to work only at the expense of our most vulnerable workers right. And many I think many of my peers don't see that
Federal Judge in Tallahassee Strikes Down ‘Florida’s Pay-To-Vote System’
"A federal judge in Tallahassee yesterday struck down a Florida law that requires convicted felons to pay any outstanding fines before they can be allowed to vote judge Robert Hinkle call the requirement unconstitutional he said it's a paid a vote system for those felons who are otherwise eligible to vote but I genuinely unable to pay Republican governor Ron DeSantis is expected to
Multistem A Stable
"Dr Van Dockland has served as chairman of the board of directors at Ather since August two thousand and as CEO since the company was formed overseeing the growth and development of the primary business operations of the company and the transition from a venture backed startup to nasdaq-listed Public Company. He also serves as chairman of the National Center for Regenerative Medicine. Doctor Van Lynn received his PhD genetics from Stanford University School of Medicine and earned degrees in both economics and molecular biology at the University of California at Berkeley. I'd like to start by asking. How regenerative medicine therapies are different than traditional pharmaceuticals and biologics? And what value can they bring questions? So regenerative medicine really consists of several different types of their include cell therapy gene therapy gene modified cell therapy and then tissue engineering approaches so those four different sectors. If you've will comprise collectively the the regenerative medicine space and regenerative general medicine is fundamentally different from traditional pharmaceuticals or approaches that have been used to develop biological their babies. Because typically those therapies are very specific entities or single agent therapies that hacked through a discrete well defined mechanism of action. Cells are different in. That sells can actually work through multiple different mechanisms of action so they're multidimensional in that regard. Gene therapy is different because gene therapy is not meant to provide a temporary fix or a specific problem or a specific. But it's meant to provide in some instances permanent you're or a long term cure by addressing the underlying defect that is affecting the patient in causing the condition or causing the disease so gene therapy and cell therapy or a little bit different from one another in terms of how they differ from pharmaceuticals and blogs but together they really represent a broad approach kind of a paradigm shift. If you will in terms of how people think about approaching the treatment The whole range of different diseases and conditions that are really not well served under current standards of care and that regard that really gets to the type of the value that can bring because you can imagine that in contrast the putting somebody on lifetime therapy of different types of medicines to help mitigate the damage specific disease or condition if you can actually offer up a specific intervention whether it be one or a series of administrations of cell therapy or gene modified cell therapy or gene therapy approach and affect long term durable improvement and even cure for many patients. That's a pretty exciting prospect and it also stated with a Bali now. It also creates some potential challenges. Because we're still trying to figure out. How do we establish a reimbursement? Framework for therapies. That might be single or a single administration. That could be cured. It have an impact over many many years. But there's actually been some pretty good progress on that front so both in terms of the way that these therapies work and also the impact they can have in some cases over very long timeframes. I think it's it's pretty exciting. I agree completely. I think it's really exciting. To think about cheers for diseases that have been managed or even untreatable up to this point and also What you mentioned about a new way to look at it is also really important. Because they're more expensive but you have the potential to cure or a therapy. That will last for a long period of time. And so it's exciting to think about these new therapies in along those lines. I was hoping you could share with listeners. In recent years what have been some of the most exciting clinical breakthroughs regarding regenerative medicine. Well it's actually pretty exciting in the sense that there's a growing number of things that either been validated through clinical development now approved by the FDA and other regulators on the cell therapy front. The Car T. therapies. Which are gene modified cell? Therapy approaches? Current therapies are actually tallahassee. You take cells derived from the patient themselves. You genetically modified those cells reintroduce into the patient to help fight the cancer that has in fact. By definition these are patients that have failed other forms of therapies other forms of intervention and the progress on that front has been incredibly exciting where we see several approaches. They've really had an impact. In terms of improving clinical outcomes in many cases for patients. They really had no other no other hope because they had exhausted all the available treatment options and then they were basically treated using these types of approach so those approaches are pretty exciting. I think bed some of the gene therapy there. Several gene therapy products that have been approved over the past several years whether it's Things from Bluebird or he'll chance Ma from onto partis or a vaccine which is the company that Nevada's acquired or looks turn up from spark therapeutics. All of these have shown very very exciting response levels among the patients that are being treated very very high levels of Progress Clinical progress or curative effects or demonstrable improvement in the primary clinical outcomes. And I think in many respects these just represent the tip of the iceberg. If you will in terms of things that are that are coming Recently actually just a few days ago out at the J. P. Morgan Conference in San Francisco the Alliance for Regenerative Medicine. And every year they do state of the industry overview and they present a lot of different data that really describes the phenomenal progress in terms of clinical development and companies advancing to the various phases of clinical development or seeing more more things in phase two and phase three and then also highlighting other things that are well-positioned or could be well positioned for approval. Within the next couple of years. I think all of the data that was presented this year really reinforces and underscores the fact that the regenerative medicine sector and community as a whole is making incredible progress that is attracting live investments a lot of partnerships and as making really good progress with respect to regulatory and clinical side of things. I mean we now have over a thousand programs that are in clinical development the regenerative medicine sector and I think that that really covers a lot of really exciting opportunities that that a lot of people have hope and optimism around in terms of how can change medicine as we know.
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Andrew Gillum found in Miami Beach hotel room with suspected drugs, police say
"And reactions immersion Florida on news that into Gillam was involved in a police incident a Miami beach police report says early Friday officers answered a complaint call at a hotel with the former Tallahassee mayor was found to be related with two other men in several bagi suspected to contain methamphetamine the Tallahassee Democrat says Tallahassee city official Curtis Richardson is disappointed and concerned for Gilman is family Richardson said Saturday it isn't clear if there will be a negative impact on young black men for whom Gillam had been a strong role model Gil denies using any drugs and says he was in Miami beach
"tallahassee" Discussed on Friendshipping!
"Goals they ask your seon say and his best friend and like Alice just the way she is? Oh we don't accept that. Yeah it's like well if that's just the way she is then like okay then. Also what are you doing on advocation together. Yeah no more of that. I need to talk about this more. Can you imagine a vacation supposed to relax. When you have this person with you I I would never be able to close my eyes for a second multiple? Here's the other thing lips blowing my mind like I know I had to talk touch on this in the beginning but multiple vacations hanging out multiple times a month like to live in the same building building like what's happening. Yeah nothing horrifies. Tournai more than multiple hangouts horrifies me more than you joining your life okay so it feels like this asker is joining her life with this beyond say in. This fiancee is not really giving any ground. Oh my God again we could be totally off. And I'm just just using my Ba- past history to think about this but it's just kind of like your fiance is marrying you and making you hang out with his best friend all the time and his horrible horrible partner. Yeah sounds like a nightmare is you. And you said it's his best friend not our best friend. Yeah it's my partner and I have a lot of the same best friends and that is not what you said. No that's a you friend. That's that's a that's a friend up alongside your fiancee. That does not belong to you. I just feel like and I'm just GONNA I'll say it. I think that Tallahassee he's like overbearing nature or whatever is actually the smallest component of this. Oh my God do you think they buried the lead. Oh I think you're totally right all the time and again ask her. Please write a SPEC because I want to know if this if I'm if I'm onto something here but like it seems rotten at the core that you can't can't choose to who to hang out with a maybe because we're such introverts you know you and there are people who extrovert who hang out with people. They don't even like because that's how they live. Well oh I see my group of friends probably every weekend and I think that would be that. Seems like a lot for an introvert. So you see your friends every weekend. But they're your friend one hundred percent yes exactly. It's taught her group friendship. Yes yes that's exactly it why you always hanging out with his friends. We're your friends man. You might be really honest here trained and I hope you're wrong wrong too. I Oh so this is what I hope what I hope is that Tallahassee is just jealous and the asker asker will say I I do WanNa do better if you can tell me something concrete and then Tallahassee will say you know I can't think of it it's just that I'm insecure and then it solved. That's what I hope you'll. Here's what I think it is. I think that this asker is in this relationship with dude who has a significant bromance and he's is putting this significant bromance. He's bed he's been my friends like fifteen years babe. We were in the same fred big. I'm going to hang out with him whenever I want bed. If you WANNA WANNA get us some beers could you do that babe. That's I'm picturing this. And then you and this person you're like going on these hiking tricks trips in Costa Rica with your fiance's and she's she's like Oh my God you don't yeah. I can't believe you better vacation with this person. Oh I can count on two fingers. Friends friends that I've been on vacations with Prince. I run a vacations with. Yeah St- to yeah to yeah multiple and I liked them and I made the choice choice to hang out with them all man I mean you. Okay here's what it is though you need some more agency in this entire social jen cracked it. Yes that's one of this. She sounds like she has no choice. Yeah how do I cut ties. How do I create boundaries? How do I not create awkwardness? Those are all things you asked us. I don't think this job is yours. Yeah Yeah I don't think it is because you're not the friendship glue your fiance is get your fiance needs. If he are fiance needs you to hang out with his best friend and his best friends partner than he needs to make this. Okay yeah exactly. Like what is he done to make this easier on you. What does he done to make this easier on you and again it could be totally wrong? Maybe you think the bro best friend is wonderful. We'd hang out with him one on one with or without your fiancee and to be clear your fiance could be fucking awesome generous and kind and and lovely and be making this bucket and be making this fuck up. I mean that's that's what like relationships are. It's what marriage is like. You're GonNa let you're going to be like then. They might hum by never occurred to him that like he could help you with this right. Yeah I'm probably not to be honest with you. Like like men really understand that. They're the role in something so in conclusion. If it's just between you and Tallahassee I think you just need to make some space between the two of you wait it out. Maybe there's maybe she's got some thorn in her pod that she doesn't understand if it's tallahassee and the whole Tallahassee versus the world the one thing that you could do to make this easier on yourself is to take her motions as seriously as you should which is not very seriously because if you're constantly stepping all over her feelings In ways that are not obvious that means that she has a lot of triggers. And you need to either ask her for her specific triggers. You don't do it again or you just have to say sorry whoops by Oh Shit Oh mistakes are right and of sentence and then the last bit of this is like whole boy. Let's talk to this fiancee and reconsider. Consider how much time you're spending with this couple that you dislike. Where are the redeeming qualities? The only reason that you want to repair this whole thing is because it would make make your fiancee's life easier which that's a wonderful instinct to have for a partner but is it worth it. 'cause it's this is exhausting Chen. That was so good. The only person who wins in this situation if you solve it is your fiance. Yeah you don't win by having good boundaries and a good like report with this woman. You don't like her. Yeah trying to be friends. Yeah Yeah I mean you wouldn't ask your your fiancee to make friends with someone. They didn't like that doesn't that doesn't make that doesn't make sense. I need to know more. Yeah and again. I know we who. Yeah we gave. You want to think about. Yeah we we have some potential truth. Bombs comes on us and we. We dropped our heavy opinions on us. What we did? Maybe nothing we said was relevant. Yeah which is always a strong possibility. I know this has been done in Trenton on friendship. ingwer very smart. Yeah we're so smart. Email us your questions at French. PODCASTS at gmail.com. I like to follow us on twitter. You can't do friendship at almost agenda tonic. which is Hugh? Do Friendship at Trenin Tonic at Gen dangerous if you would like to. That's it yeah. Bother us on the Internet. You'll find you'll find a way to. I do think any apartment for editing. Thank you to Lauren. Gallagher for doing design work. Thank you to Molly Lewis for singing. They'd Alex Cox are podfather and audio. Daddy thank you to Monica. Verma our agent and thank you for listening. You're welcome for talking isn't I'm trying to think about things things that are going to take your time green in cut this up soon. It sounds like we're coming up with him right really could we're so she would put this at the end of the episode so everyone knows..
"tallahassee" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Tallahassee I love that song my Tallahassee lastly we don't have a Tallahassee lastly we have a Tallahassee laddie Craig from Florida joins us and Craig I'd said rather casually I wanted to hear from any commies listing today do you actually are a communist yes I like to think so own thank you a nickel yes so I do take issue with that you said Khan Younis liberals and you know I would call you leave a mark I mean yeah I'm happy I'm happy with that I don't I think liberal has been is a term that has been provided by the left on the left are fundamentally they're liberal and I regard myself as an old school a nineteen century liberal I certainly classical liberal as Mrs Thatcher used to say but but the left just go up to that time intended in something so tell me something if you regard yourself as a communist who who you supporting in the democratic primary this year not not I wouldn't say anybody I don't like any of them I think they're all Democrats another Democrat so so you Gloria got from the DSL I think everybody should just only Jensen broker just a minute explain explain to me that what was that the PSL yeah social socialism and liberation well web dot com okay we don't normally like plus I get to I again I guess PSL could use a little help so explain to me explain to me this then you've got people like on the on the Democrat side Alexandria Casio Cole tazz who says that America is a fascist nation you've got a you've got people out Donnie Donnie honeymooned in the Soviet Union he liked it so much your call you've got people pledging essentially to dismantle the will to liberate his you would say in your party the party for socialism and liberation I you've got Democrat candidates to a more to further to the left than they've ever bean but they still not left enough for you is that right Craig won't thanks a social democracy is a reaction capital itself I don't think that there is socialist by any means a okay or funny Sanders okay that's a that's a good point because that whole thing is that whenever the right talks about socialism they tried to give the impression that it's Venezuela and that they would knowing the fact the people like Bonnie actually want America to be like Dan mock social democracy as you say about your saying that's not enough for you you actually want to go full blind Venezuela well yeah sure if we can do that one of the great the men in Venezuela they don't have any toilet paper I mean he your your in favor that'll you I think the conditions of America he has the engagement fall in America think you would agree okay the Venezuela was actually one of the most prosperous societies although if it actually had the was the biggest oil producer about there's no reason why it couldn't be as prosperous as say Canada to which along to be I mean in a way your admirable Michael Moore every eight Michael Moore keeps threatening to flee America to Canada you're actually saying no no no that's not good enough for me the Venezuelan model is preferable yeah I think yeah the P. issues struggled again very stringent you know I think that that I think that the day we could we could not embargo Venezuela we could not change in Venezuela or we could allow them as well and soon trainer so the subject just doing much her mode so just say it just to get this place so the reason people in Venezuela are eating that domestic pets there were would you still like frying up the dog and cat fed for Christmas Dana is because of the United States is that correct is that how you say it I don't know that they're doing are they don't I mean maybe there'd yeah absolute okay by the way why why you let me ask you this other thing your where are you that that that socialism is killed tens of millions of people around the world I mean is killed eight killed like seventy million people in China which is like twice the population of Canada which would be a big number seventy million people is quite a lot of people to kill yeah well I I would reply that it you know we're gonna blame yes on all ideologies I guess that leaves the rest the capitalism what does yeah that's true I think no I think that's to do with actuarial golds Craig but that yeah thank you your confidence is invincible good luck to glory lab rats Gloria lie reason I let me back and add you in the in the next election mark sighed in for Rashi's Craig's disgusted by the Democrat failed none of them are left wing enough and he's going for the party to socialism and liberation to liberate us from this rotten system once and for all mark sign for us we'll take your calls very ahead you're listening to the EIB network.
"tallahassee" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Tallahassee I love that song my Tallahassee lastly we don't have a Tallahassee lastly we have a Tallahassee laddie Craig from Florida joins us and Craig I'd said rather casually I wanted to hear from any commies listing today than you actually are a communist yes I like to think so own are you a nickel yes so I do take issue with the you said Khan Younis liberals in you know I would call you leave a mark I mean yes I'm happy I'm happy with that I don't I think liberal has bean is a term that has been provided by the left on the left are fundamentally liberal and I regard myself as an old school a nineteen century liberal I certainly classical liberal as Mrs Thatcher used to say but the the left just go up to that time intended in something so tell me something if you regard yourself as a communist who who you supporting in the Democrats have primary of this year not not I wouldn't say anybody I don't like any of them I think their own Democrats another Democrat so so you Gloria from the DSL I think everybody should disillusioned and vote for her just a minute explain explain to me that what was that the PSL social socialism liberation web dot com okay we don't normally like but I did I did I guess PSL could use a little help so explain to me explain to me this then you've got people like home on the Democrat side Alexandria Casio Cole tazz who says that America is a fascist nation you've got you've got people like Donnie Donnie honeymooned in the Soviet Union he liked it so much your call you've got people pledging essentially to dismantle the will to liberate his you would say in your party the party for socialism and liberation I you've got democratic candidates to a more to further to the left than they've ever bean but they still not left enough for you is that right Craig all thanks a social democracy is a reaction capital itself I don't think that there is socialist they were funny senators okay that's a that's a good point because that whole thing is that whenever the right talks about socialism may try to give the impression that it's Venezuela and that they're ignoring the fact the people like Bonnie actually want America to be like Dan mock social democracy as you say about your saying that's not enough for you you actually want to go full blown Venezuela well yeah sure if we could do that would be great in in Venezuela they don't know any toilet paper I mean he your your in favor that'll yeah I think the conditions of America he has fallen America think you would agree okay the Venezuela was actually one of the most prosperous societies although if it actually had the was the biggest oil producer there's no reason why it couldn't be as prosperous as say Canada to which long to be I mean in a way your admirable Michael mole every eight Michael Moore it keeps threatening to fully America to Canada you're actually saying no no no that's not good enough for me the Venezuelan model is preferable I think yeah the cashier's struggled again very stringent you know I think that I think that the day we could we could not embargo Venezuela could not change in Venezuela or we could allow them as well and soon trading are so just doing her not so just just to get this place so the reason people in Venezuela are eating that domestic pets that road would you still like frying up the dog and cat for for for Christmas day now is because of the United States is that correct is that are you say it I don't know that they're doing are they don't I mean maybe third yeah absolute okay by the way why why let me ask you this other thing your where are you that the that socialism is killed tens of millions of people around the world I mean is killed eight killed like seventy million people in China which is like twice the population of Canada which would be a big number seventy million people is quite a lot of people to kill yeah well I that would imply that if you know we're gonna blame that's fine all ideologies I guess that leaves the rest to capitalism one of the yeah that's true I think no I think that's to do with actuarial golds Craig but that yeah thank you your confidence is invincible good luck to glory lab rats Gloria lie reason I let me back and add you in the in the next election mark sighed in from around she's Craig's disgusted by the Democrat failed none of them are left wing enough and he's going for the party to socialism and liberation to liberate us from this rotten system once and for all mark sign for us we'll take your calls very ahead you're listening to the EIB network.
"tallahassee" Discussed on KTOK
"Tallahassee I love that song my Tallahassee lastly we don't have a Tallahassee lastly we have a Tallahassee laddie Craig from Florida joins us and Craig I'd said rather casually I wanted to hear from any commies listing today that you actually are a communist yes I like to think so thank you a nickel yes so I do take issue with that he said communist liberals in you know I would call you leave a mark I mean yeah I'm happy I'm happy with that I don't I think liberal has bean is a term that has been provided by the left on the left are fundamentally they're liberal and I regard myself as an old school a nineteen century liberal I suddenly classical liberal as Mrs Thatcher used to say but the the left just go up to that time intended in something so tell me something if you regard yourself as a communist who who you supporting in the democratic primary of this year yeah not not I wouldn't say anybody I don't like any of them I think they're all Democrats another Democrat so so you yeah Gloria from the PSL I think everybody should just vote for her just a minute explain explain to me that what was that the PSL yeah social socialism and liberation well web dot com okay we don't normally like plus I get to I again I guess PSL could use a little help so explain to me explain to me this then you've got people like on the on the Democrat side Alexandria Casio Cole tazz who says that America is a fascist nation you've got a you've got people out Donnie Donnie honeymooned in the Soviet Union he liked it so much your call you've got people pledging at essentially to dismantle the will to liberate his you would say in your party the party for socialism and liberation I you've got Democrat candidates to a more to further to the left then they'd have a bean but they still not left enough for you is that right Craig well I would say social democracy is a reaction capital so I don't think that socialist by any means a okay or funny Sanders okay that's a that's a good point because that whole thing is that whenever the right talks about socialism they tried to give the impression that it's Venezuela and that they would knowing the fact the people like Bonnie actually want America to be like Dan mock social democracy as you say about your saying that's not enough for you you actually want to go full blown Venezuela well yeah sure if we could do that would be great in in Venezuela they don't know any toilet paper I mean you'll your in favor that'll you I think the conditions of America he has the different all America think you would agree okay well the Venezuela was actually one of the most prosperous societies although if it actually had the was the biggest oil producer about there's no reason why it couldn't be as prosperous as say Canada to which long to be I mean in a way your admirable Michael Moore every eight Michael Moore it keeps threatening to flee America to Canada you're actually saying no no no that's not good enough for me the Venezuelan model is preferable yeah I think you know that the issue is struggling young very stringent you know I think that that I think that the day we could we could not embargo Venezuela we could not change in Venezuela or we could allow Venezuela June train or something so just just doing much for her not so just say it just to get this place so the reason people in Venezuela are eating that domestic pets that road would you still like frying up the dog and cat for for for Christmas dinner is because of the United States is that correct is that how you say it I don't know that they're doing now or they don't I mean maybe third yeah absolute okay by the way why why you let me ask you this other thing your where are you that that that socialism is killed tens of millions of people around the world I mean is killed eight killed like seventy million people in China which is like twice the population of Canada which would be a big number seventy million people is quite a lot of people to kill yeah well I I would reply that if you know we're gonna blame yes all ideologies I guess that leaves the rest the capitalism what does yeah that's true I think no I think that's to do with actuarial golds Craig but that yeah thank you your confidence is invincible good luck to glory lab rats Gloria lie reside let me back and add you in the in the next election mark sighed in for route she's Craig's disgusted by the Democrat failed none of them are left wing enough and these going for the party to socialism and liberation to liberate us from this rotten system once and for all mark sign for.
"tallahassee" Discussed on KTRH
"Tallahassee I love that song my Tallahassee lastly we don't have a Tallahassee lastly we have a Tallahassee laddie Craig from Florida joins us and Craig I'd said rather casually I wanted to hear from any commies listing today that you actually are a communist yeah I like to think so own are you a nickel yesterday so I do take issue with that you said Khan Younis liberals in you know I would call you leave a mark I mean yes I'm happy I'm happy with that I don't I think liberal has bean is a term that has been provided by the left on the left are fundamentally yeah they Broll and I regard myself as an old school a nineteen century liberal I certainly classical liberal as Mrs Thatcher used to say but but the left just go up to that time and turned it in something so tell me something if you regard yourself as a communist who who you supporting in the Democrats have primary of this year not not I wouldn't say anybody I don't like any of them I think they're all Democrats another Democrat so so you yeah going from the DSL I think everybody should urgently vote for her just a minute explain explain to me that what was that the PSL yeah social socialism liberation well web dot com okay we don't normally like well I did I did I guess PSL could use a little help so explain to me explain to me this then you've got people like on the on the Democrat side Alexandria Casio Cole tazz who says that America is a fascist nation you've got a you've got people like Donnie Donnie honeymooned in the Soviet Union he liked it so much your call you've got people pledging essentially to dismantle the will to liberate his you would say in your party the party for socialism and liberation I you've got democratic candidates to a more to further to the left than they've ever bane but they still not left enough for you is that right Craig won't I would say social democracy is a reaction capital itself I don't think that there is socialist buying a okay or funny Sanders okay that's a that's a good point because that whole thing is that whenever the right talks about socialism they tried to give the impression that it's Venezuela and that they were ignoring the fact that people like Bonnie actually want America to be like Dan mock social democracy as you say about your saying that's not enough for you you actually want to go full blown Venezuela well yes sure if we could do that would be great in in Venezuela they don't know any toilet paper I mean he your your in favor that'll you I think the conditions of America he has the different all America I think you would agree okay well the Venezuela was actually one of the most prosperous societies although if it actually had the was the biggest oil producer about there's no reason why it couldn't be as prosperous as say Canada to which long to be I mean in a way your admirable Michael Moore every eight Michael Moore keeps threatening to flee America to Canada you're actually saying no no no that's not good enough for me the Venezuelan model is preferable I think you know that the cashier's struggled again very stringent you know I think that I think that the day we could we could not embargo Venezuela we could not change in Venezuela or we could allow them as well and soon trainer so the subject just given her not so just say it just to get this place so the reason people in Venezuela are eating that domestic pets there were would you still like frying up the dog and cat fur a Feller for Christmas dinner is because of the United States is that correct is that are you say it I don't know that they're doing are they don't I mean maybe there's yeah absolute okay by the way why why you let me ask you this other thing your where are you that that that socialism is killed tens of millions of people around the world I mean is killed they killed like seventy million people in China which is like twice the population of Canada which would be a big number seventy million people is quite a lot of people to kill yeah well I I would reply that it you know we're gonna blame that's fine all ideologies I guess that leaves the rest to capitalism what does yeah that's true I think no I think that's to do with actuarial golds Craig but that yeah thank you your confidence is invincible good luck to glory lab rats Gloria live reside let me back and add you in the in the next election mark started in for route she's Craig's disgusted by the Democrat failed none of them are left wing enough and he's going for the party to socialism and liberation to liberate us from this rotten system once and for all mark sign for us we'll take your calls very ahead you're listening to the EIB network.
"tallahassee" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast
"Uncontrolled that's right generally VA, shin podcast, Jack, Hodgson, come into you from from where am I coming to you from the the the alongside the banks of the ever industrious Chico river in Dover, New Hampshire. Gumi doesn't go in there anywhere because it's not the it's the coachie co Gumi g-go Gumi. No, it's Chico. Okay. We're we're coming in on a good episode. Yeah. Or what was the what was the what river did Billie? Joe Tallahassee bridge the Tallahassee bridge Tallahassee bridge over what river was at. That was that's an actual bridge an actual bridge and an actual river. I'm not sure the the name of the river was even in the song. Yeah. In any event. I'm along the banks of the coach echo river, which is not quite as dramatic or or legendary. But nevertheless is mine. And so I'm fond of it. I'm here in our. Virtual hanger talking with two of my very very good friends come into some. I don't know whether you're near the Tallahassee bridge or not. But which talk Kansas is the is the air capital of the world. And that's where Dave Higgins right now. Hi, David what's going on with you? Well, I am within a block of three bridges over the little Arkansas' river, which would be the little Arkansas river in forty nine other states. I understand by by our Kansas. But yeah, okay. Yeah. We got a bright sunny, shiny, David. We've had off and on precept. So to the trees are starting to but out, and it's nice. We're getting temps in the sixties during the day and thirties at night. Yeah. That's nice. It's maple maple syrup season. Then right and happy spring spring started yesterday yesterday. I know when I first looked at the calendar, I thought oh, cool. We'll do the this episode on the first day of spring because it's the twenty first of March. But this is one of those years when the first day of spring isn't the twenty-first it's the twentieth. So yes, this is one of those days where daylight and dark or equal. Yeah. What an actually I, you know, it's one of those funny things apparently the the. The threshold where we passed beyond twelve hours of light. All right was on the eighteenth or nineteenth. It's one of these weird. You know, having sunrise sunrise, sunrise sunset things that that it doesn't that that passing of that threshold that milestone doesn't happen on the first day of spring. It can happen a day or two before for some strange reason. But whenever it happened. It's happened. And that's a good thing. Because I just you know, as much as I love the fall, which is a some ways my favorite season. I'm I'm always put in a good mood this time of year. And it's like the winters clearly going away. The days are getting longer the trees are budding quite as much here as David describes. But and so I like this time of year, and it's obviously nice in which ties. Well, david. So you're having fun of you out in the motorcycle yet know of been Hooker down here trying to finish. A big list of projects before heading south to the sunshines. I know it's coming soon. It's coming soon, and my other good friend here in our virtual hanger from the the what is it the site sun shine state, not really and and probably closer to the Tallahassee bridge. But we're gonna talk about where the talahassee bridge is actually but from somewhere near Sarasota, Florida is Jeb Burnside hijab..
"tallahassee" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"The ability for actual working class people to get their hands on desperately needed supplies, which is where we came in. And we're trying to actually put people in touch with either networks organizations or more specifically trying to just simply put supplies into people's hands. So that they could go home and. Give water to their children or to put food on the table for their families at one point. I was in blunts town with like fifty hot pizzas that have been donated by a good friend of ours who is running for city commission here in Tallahassee, and I was I just I drove down to the poorest neighborhood that I knew oven blunts town. Just started handing these pizzas out to families. And a cop pulled up on me ask for pizza, and then proceeded to tell me that I was making a big mistake by handing these hot pieces out to the folks in this community because all they were doing all they were doing was sitting around at their houses waiting for people to to hand them things that they needed on that I should my time in my pizza would be better spent given to the relief workers in the linemen and the law enforcement officers downtown, so it's just little things like this perspectives. Like this that perpetuate that type of thing. And meanwhile, the public in any small towns are all working together we saw people cleaning out their refrigerators rest. Cleaning out their refrigerators coming to the center of town and cooking over fires and on grills and just handing the food out for free. You know, because it was going to go bad anyways. So that's the word to be the real deficit of state aid comes in. It's the most vulnerable communities are either Illinois eligible to receive it or are reluctant to seek it. Yeah. So it sounds like what you're really seeing is that the we're there was state aid. It was you know, being used either explicitly four in tandem with flexing of state muzzle. Terms of sorting out who in who is not worthy of the pizzas of community. Just one of the thing that I wanted to add on the initial relief work that we were doing just besides like loading, trucks and trucks full of everyday goods that people are going to need to to say healthy and safe was through the Florida people's advocacy centre. We got plugged in with an organization that was focusing on providing relief. For two undocumented folks in a small town in Quincy, which is in Gadsden county. Just kind of north west to Tallahassee and we went over there. We were giving supplies. They started to trust us. They, you know, it's pretty amazing because a lot of these areas there, it's very conservative and on any other day. They would have an issue with anyone calling themselves. Socialist they welcoming us with open arms. We actually able to go to some of these people's houses who are undocumented and where migrant workers and help them put tarps on their roofs and things like this, which we're like soot which was so important in the days just after the storm because it didn't it actually didn't rain for about a week after the storm passed so we had a little bit of time to help some of those people really protect their homes and their livelihoods so in the it's now about a month out after the storm. It sounds like some of the initial work that you're doing is, you know, a little kind of like bailing out of boat of just doing what you can where you can to help things out has. This coalesced into more, you know, organized work to kind of target more effort at at certain places or you still kind of going around in spot buy spot do giving aid where you can. Yeah. As I mentioned earlier, the universalist unitarian church is where folks in mutual with mutual aid is actually for doing organizing in Panama City, Panama City is far to the west of us about two and a half hours west of where we're sitting right now, it's that region is still ravaged it still looks just tragic I drove a comrade up there last week..
"tallahassee" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"One fifty two the schlock doctrine with guest Naomi Klein, so is disaster. Socialist. Him and the value and affect of direct action with democratically organized groups during disaster relief has become sharply apparent to them. So we're going to talk to them a little bit about their work. Cosby Hayes Pearson bolt and Ryan Ray welcome to the show. So can you introduce yourselves and tell us your positions in the Tallahassee DS at my name's Cosby Hayes, and I'm the co chair of the Tallahassee DS right Riddick communications for the chapter and help organize fundraising for my name's Pearson. Bowl. I'm a number of the Tallahassee assay member of the libertarian socialist caucus member of mutually disaster relief. Yeah. So let's start off by talking a little bit about the storm itself. Can you kind of describe what it looked like on the ground there? And what the immediate aftermath was in terms of destruction, and what you were dealing with in a community basis. Yes. So Tallahassee was largely unscathed by the storm. We had a lot of down trees. And most of the city was without power for several days. That's not unusual in this area. The storm really of any significant size comes through you experience those types of things, but the communities just to the west and south of us were hit extremely hard. And it's incredible. It looks like nothing that I've ever seen before complete forest tipped over houses. Just obliterated. These folks lost everything. Yeah. And you you said that the city were the the worst of the storm hit Mexico's beaches, basically, not there anymore. Yes. A Mexican beaches completely destroyed. I think it was like one house that had been built for the times that had that had survived other than that. It was a complete loss. They've actually evacuated everyone from Mexico beach in they're slowly letting people come back to assess their property damages and things like that. But the town itself is is no longer considered a town and is a complete loss. I think I saw the picture of the you know, that one house that remained and just everything around it. It's just a field of of desiccated. Boards and stuff. Mexico beach is largely kind of like a not a resort town. But an area where many people own second homes and go there today -cation into enjoy the beach. However, there are many poor families that live there in the towns around Mexico beach are widely impoverished these people did not have anything before the storm and after an event like this. They're left with nothing in many times, not even given the resources on how to start to rebuild yet. So I I'm assuming that after a town like that is destroyed most of the people who don't take and holds homes just kind of abandoned the area and whoever's left there is kind of left to deal with the complete void of infrastructure. Yeah. And unfortunately, the folks who have the have the have the means and did on second homes down there. They're the first ones to apply for, you know, those FEMA grants, and the people who really need them in some of these smaller communities that are less affluent aren't always giving the resources to apply for this types of things. And you know, it's. If you don't know where to start you're not going to start. And so it's not gonna come for a lot of wealthy, folks. It was let's lead insurance other. But thousands of people lost literally every day. Could you tell me a little bit about what kind of advanced preparation will kind of organizational work, Tallahassee DSL was doing to get ready for this kind of thing. All to be totally honest. A lot of the Tallahassee DASA response was very spontaneous. But mutually disaster-relief, which is the organism action that I do organizing worth do organizing with is this is their this is their thing. They were involved when hurricane Michael came through and hurricane Irma. Hurricane Maria that went to Puerto Rico multiple times installed solar. And so win the hurricane Michael rolled through mutually disaster-relief. Folks were ready and willing to participate in to help in the aid of folks in affected communities there..
"tallahassee" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"Hi, everyone and happy thanksgiving. I hope you've all finished your Turkey and pie. And I dunno cranberry torts because it's time for some veggies. That's right. It's producer Chris back with one more interview from activists around the country today, we head down to Tallahassee Florida where in the spirit of giving. We'll be talking to members of the Tallahassee DJ about their work, providing disaster aid in the wake of hurricane Michael back in October. We telling us all about how work with socialist groups like DS can help provide aid and disasters like this as well. As explain their idea of disaster socialism, which I found quite interesting. We'll be talking a lot about things like solidarity and practice. So if you like using those words online, this might be an interesting one for you as always open to hearing more activist stories to discuss, and you can DM me at say what again on Twitter with suggestions for things I should follow up on. But this is honestly probably the last one of these will get to this year. So enjoy. Shovelling off up to your room to game with scraps from the thanksgiving meal, and while you do please enjoy this interview. The week of October tenth hurricane Michael made landfall on the Florida panhandle is the third most intense hurricane to make landfall in the United States in the second only in sustained wind speed to Hurricane Andrew in nineteen Ninety-two like, oh cause severe damage to communities throughout the region with destruction particularly intense around the city of Mexico Beach, Florida at least forty five deaths have been attributed the storm in an estimated fourteen point five eight billion dollars in damages. The aftermath of the storm with state and federal disaster services lacking many community groups stepped in to provide disaster relief today, I'm talking to the Tallahassee DASA who organized a range of actions to assist various disenfranchised communities in recovery. Where state help was just not adequate they reach out to us first to inform us of their work and try to broadcast the regions need for aid. But also to explain a new kind of experience for the group has much as disaster. Capitalism might be a thing we covered it on episode.
"tallahassee" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"This podcast son i'm not to rename marty smith and mcgee's america in parentheses that's fine yes that'd be good problem parenthetical that's fine parenthetical mcgee that's very good now if any if you guys know anything about the morning mcgee program every saturday morning from seven to nine eastern you know that we like rednecks and that has transferred its way over to the marty smith's america podcast by way of the hillbilly hotline what we got this week travis words scenes were just a way of life roman candles that's a redneck more launch these these he'll billions all right marty there's one i just heard this in the break room at my work so i got to share this recipe 'cause i and finally that i never heard on twenty nine i thought i heard them all so this lady that works where our at the lamb place she's various but i just mall but she's not lay regardless and we were talking about something or other works something that just wasn't working out i think there's some part or something that had broken or just one worth nothing and she looked at me and said honey that there ain't worth boohoo in baja bush and i was like china says the situation like i don't quite know through who is i think and i think you know crying yeah i don't know what about hop bushes either so maybe you can have your mcgeer whoever can impart some wisdom on my what god's name to boohoo in baja bushman i heard it all but i play early have not hard at all here in this one can you help thank will say i will say that's a new one to me who in baja bush bob i've never heard of a bob bush either but my presumption is that it's a play on words that boohoo is in fact not the same thing is baja and so therefore they cannot symbiotically coexist i believe you're right i have driven through a bob bush at the baja one thousand in a truck and there were noble through one there were no boos into bush the the baja bush my screen boohoo as we drove through it in a in a two hundred mile trophy truck but yes i believe you're correct in that the boo who's in the bahamas aren't that important as it just is they don't really fit they don't blown you know that's the same that's been passed down through that lady's family right has that's how it started yeah yeah and she passed it down to the break room at dilemma factor and now it's on the podcast and we're spread the word to marty smith's america practicies mcgee game per per parenthetical mcgee that's gonna be my segment on the show well thanks for hanging out son appreciate choice brother always and i can't thank travis enough without him i can't make this show great job getting willie taggart i appreciate louise cornet for being crazy enough to let us put this thing out disseminate it to the world thank.
"tallahassee" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"Package which we alternately one and they sent our bosses decided to send a reporting team to every single nba game on opening night fifteen games are thirty teams right i think there's thirteen so fifteen games they fifteen reporting teams out all over the league all over the country and they gave myself and a producer with whom i've worked often every weekend when we did nascar fulltime andrew appel key they sent andrea and me to hornets bucks at the hive in charlotte it was the first game back as the hornets they were no longer the bob cast the hornets again cities buzzing quite literally and it was a really cool moment so we report all day long they're playing to bucks it's jabari parker is first game with the bucks kimba walker hits a game winner from forty feet to win the first game back as the hornets in the hive it's it's awesome we interviewed jabbari parker in the bucks locker room it was like his dog died i'm like listen kid i know you're not used to losing but there's eighty one more of these man like don't don't let losses i mean they should hurt but don't don't let them hurt you this bad so we walk out of the bucks locker room and we're waiting on the hornets locker room to open standing out in the hallway in the bowels of the what was the time warner cable arena it's now what spectrum center out think and we're waiting on the locker room to open right and there's all these local charlotte reporters out there some other national reporters are out there and i am in my phone i am texting laney what do you mean it braga get some dinner i'll bring dinner home i should be out of here within the next thirty minutes or so what do you want me to get and all of the sudden the air completely changes and i look up into my left from my phone screen and there's a hand coming at me and that hand is michael jordan's hand and i'll reach out my hand and shake his hand he said mardi brother thank you so much for being here tonight it's awesome for us that you took the time to come out and cover the team tonight we appreciate you great to see you and i was so star struck i win thanks j i didn't know what else to say like total total moment like total nerd out fan boy moment and i'll never forget it though like i want that's the one gas people asked me a lot you interviewed everybody right from you know you've just done this amazing book with junior i have had the great opportunity interview guys like rinaldo tiger woods and nick saban all these titans of sport but that's the one guy that will not i mike sit down with me man i want that one right thompson did an unbelievable story on mike o couple years ago the got an assist on that one because michael wouldn't do an interview with me and then the hornets really suspect i spent months trying to get to interview michael and he's going to be more involved in the front office and he's never been a great executive and that's well documented and and so the story came out and hornets were super happy about it bob cats at the time i think and they were like the folks move there calling hey listen while why was there much michael in this fees on what because i asked for interview for ten times and you kept saying no and so there will next time there's a story you know you let us know you'll get whatever you want and you know we apologize and this is not how we do things whatever well a few months it right thompson calls he hey man come to charlotte get together and i'm going to try to do this michael jordan soaring hey let me get you in touch this guy he said anything we need so i keep telling right to me it's a story he's written for us and i just i i should get the little thing at the bottom says ryan mcgee also contributed to this and you can print seized by being turned down repeatedly well i appreciate you contributing to.
"tallahassee" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"So man you've made coach taggered you spend time with him in person out at oregon what story can you tell us that really encapsulated why he can be successful well he can be successful because you know you look at what he's built and he went to western kentucky which was a complete mess when they jumped to the top level college football and had struggled a little bit and he got it turn around pretty quick and then he went south florida and their first year he was there i think there were two and ten and that's really where i established over relationship with him because i think told you this all right all right the bottom ten for his dot com and i kind of end up with these connections with these coaches because they're kinda in on the joke you know they know that it's not mean and they kind of actually like blissett a little bit and so you know i had a whole thing going into bottom ten that year with that line from blazing saddles more beans mr taggart kept doing that every week and he i'm sure he'd heard that before but he had a good he just he understood it was a joke and i always like that and coaches his last year the went ten and two and went to bowl game and one ball game and then he took the oregon job and i went out there and i just was curious with oregon about what's the goal are you dug in for a long time and i really believed when he told me that he would be there for a while that he meant it but when the florida state job comes open you gotta take it was also his dream i mean he you know he said that they're in the prodcuts that he grew up florida state fan his old man was a florida state fan and so when your childhood dream is right there for the taking you know you're going to be able to get tremendous talent they always have one of the top recruiting classes because you know jimbo did a great job recruiting there jimbo fisher the previous coach and bobby bowden before him set the standard in college football for many years and i really enjoyed hearing coach tagger discuss why it was so important for him to reestablish the bobby bowden legacy to make sure that coach knew hey man show up at practice hey man i want you to be here because you know he told me there interview bowden didn't want jimbo to feel like he was looking over his shoulder bowden didn't want jimbo to feel like hey man because i was so successful i'm gonna be looking at what you're doing i'm gonna be analyzing what you're doing i'm going to be there he didn't want that but taggart made it real clear i want that i want you to tell me what you see i want you to give me that feedback and i found that to be so interesting well and i think that you had lane kiffin a last week and as a tennessee alone and as someone who was a student at tennessee when johnny majors was the head coach and was pushed out in a coup to tie awful it was the most painful thing for me to see johnny majors feel excluded and to see him feel like he wasn't welcome at his alma mater certainly not to the level that he had been you know worked on the street it was named after him and one of the first things that lane kiffin did on his first job was he and his father monte kiffin found johnny majors and said here's a key card if you want office you've got one and you can come here anytime you want and someone has no johnny majors my entire life it changed him it turned him back into the old coach that we all love i see this same bobby bowden and bobby bowden was trying to give jimbo some room he also better i mean he was pushed out is how he ended up feeling even though it was a head coach in waiting and all that stuff so all you need to know about how much taggart lowe's up program you're exactly right he's like all right coach i won't you around as much as possible to me i it resonated with me just like it resonated with you can you imagine can you imagine walking into dale murphy's living room and sitting down and having a conversation with that person someone that you.
"tallahassee" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"And in and what we wanna be you know i know we inspire to win championships when they see championship and get into play off and and win it all but it's going to take having having the right guy that position that's going to lead football team not just offense but entire football team so that's that's what we're looking for and they all have the ability athletically to get it done is now who can who can manage and help lead the team to to to a lot of wins so let's let's tell qarah balls now man i'm fascinated by that family and spent a ton of time with jim the past springs in paris and rome we went over the pond with them there for for the basically the entire time with the michigan group and i would love to spend some time chatting with you about them since you're a horrible expert he takes eight coat jam takes a tone of grief for his recruiting walking he recruited you he walks into your house all those years ago when he was at western kentucky recruit what is it like to be personally recruited by jim horrible it's awesome comey when jim is crudely put all of his attention into you and you can tell that it's genuine you know everyone would say that his wacky and is not it's just different different than what everyone else does and but his genuine and again you can relate to him and and you appreciate them being being real and honest and being with you know is really it's not any whacking to what he does and it's unique and different i talked to jim about you actually last year in italy for a piece that one of my colleagues was doing for the magazine or something and he said you're like a brother to him and john and a son jack you're like the other horrible brother how would you describe your bond with that family my wife called me jason she got done you get donate your jason horrible you know but you know they're they're they're everything to me you know they helped me grow into the man that i am today and the coach that i am today they they've been a great mentor to me tell they want to this day ever since i met that family my life been going nowhere but up and and they really far me to to get into coaching you know just look at the way they helped change my life and felt like i can do that to a lot of other young men out there and i'm in depth to that family they everything to me and again but i think that's that's part of coaching in how you can aspire young people and that's what they done for me and their winners and always say jim john joni they my sisters and brother from another mother expound on that for me though you said that they lead you to be great what specifically about that relationship led you what did they do that was so impactful oh they always knew what i want you know i had no idea how to go about getting and and and jack are about playing for him he always took the time to sit around and talk to me not just about football but but life in general and not just act jackie harbaugh his wife you know she helped out and and and and spend time with me and it was really like a father son thing.
"tallahassee" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"With one of the rising stars in college football coaching florida state's head coach willie taggart here's our conversation leisure to have brand new florida state seminoles had football coach willie taggart with us and coach thank you for your time first of all it's an honor get to talk to you and very simply let's get started with your mission at florida state i want you to define it for me while mission is doing multiple championships in the firstclass manner they're simple and say win championships and everything we do you know what is in the classroom socially and and on the football field you know we know that the standard here florida state especially on the football field and we we expect that and everything we do you said firstclass manner define that what's that me well doing doing what's right you know intrigue people you want to be treated you know and not making excuses for not for not doing it the right way you know so helping helping grow young men into men and not just football players and to where they can leave here and now have a degree but have a job waiting on in into me that doing it in the first class manner and doing doing what we we say we're do as coaches rather you walk into oregon it's college football disneyland i mean it's it's insane there from facilities perspective support perspective so while was leaving oregon for florida state the right decision for you well this is a place always wanted to be when i started coaching the goal of my behalf about go to florida state one day in nine a million years thought it was going to open this past you know and unfortunately fortunately it did opening up fortunately i guess for being out at oregon that that open but it's just a place i grew up levin flow state university and and a place always wanted to be in all the place i would've left oregon for that leads me right into the next thing i wanted to me your florida guy right star quarterback in bradenton as a high school kid does this position at fsu align with those childhood dreams greatly say growing up i mean pretty much everyone in my house so it was a fuller stay fan and it's crazy how my dad last last summer and either florida state for that you know and and heating necessarily get to see all of this but just growing up again this it was always florida stayed in and you just grew love it's amazing how many people live here in the state of florida who never been to a game florida state but they the biggest fan in the world some special i usually hesitate to do this but i'm going to do it anyway i ask what your dad might one of my best friends dale earnhardt junior and i've asked him many times in a million of us over the years we think about this and he's like man i don't know i can't answer for him but i i mean nobody knows you like you do so he's this fsu fanatic growing up i imagine you spend a lot of saturday's together watching the knows what what would he think about this willie he'll he'll be proud you know he'll say bagga say my boy sure he's looking down on nice hundred yard hd tv down proud and excited and and doing tom top up up there with the good little man when you lose your dad i lost my dad ten years ago april twenty fifth was ten years and no matter what your relationship is with them you sort of lose this compass if you have if you know your man has the right answer how have you dealt with that loss i keep a pitcher with them that that we've had it was really tell you what before my dad passed i spent a lot of time with them and and got a lot of video of talking in communicate with each other and now a lot of phone so when i do have those moment i can go back and here's the voice talking and and i help you know i think the the biggest thing that i miss from a dad every time i mean every time we talked on the phone before we hung up the phone he said makes you take your family you know that was that always stuck out to me is makes you take care of your family and so my prime myself on doing and and.
"tallahassee" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Purchases adding waiting periods and giving more money to school safety in mental health screening among other things bill galvano thank you for joining us thank you for having me i understand you've got back from parkland late last night a yes i did i was actually there last week as well visiting the site in meeting with the law enforcement in attending the vigil yesterday i was there at the funeral for peter wang and what did you hear from the students who you met with this morning well it actually was a a very positive them very productive conversation it only takes a a lot of courage for these students in such close proximity in time i mean we literally just about a week out from the tragedy to make the journey to tallahassee and to have the determination to want to make something good come of this and to make a difference and a lot of it was to share the impact that it had on them personally but we did here questions about mental health and how can someone like this have a firearm the specific question was asked about the age requirements for purchase of this type of assault rifle and said there were a lot of different issues that were brought to the forefront in a lot that i hope that we will be able to put forward as a package legislatively these students have clearly changed the debate in tallahassee do you think they will change the outcome speaking as a republican who is a leader in the state senate do you think the result will be different from what we've seen in previous mass shootings i think he they result will be quite different i think the.
"tallahassee" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Had to tallahassee to confront state lawmakers have seen this weapon of war mowed down people we know and love the way you have not how dare you tell us we don't know what we are talking about you have no idea what you are talking about this students also planned a rally tomorrow in tallahassee tansil says her emotions are fueling the drive for change sadness and we've being afraid transferred over two anger and now we want action at least two more funerals are held today the school is the scene of the third worst school shooting in us history a reopens a week from today the principal acknowledges the guerrillas part of the ewing process involves bringing or ego family back together there's a campaign underway to tear down at wing of the school aaron said new town connecticut write letters of support to the kids and parkland barb simply son attended sandy hook elementary and she was there the day the shooting survives my son survived why hasn't been the same sense they believe these high schoolers who are speaking up may bring change the way first graders could not in dc students lie outside the white house to represent the park land victims it's us thick heads where the next generation and we don't want to be known as the match sheeting generation a dallas texas city councilman is calling on the nra to move its convention in may hit ari needs as devil to the plate and they need to show leadership wayne caraway says the nra needs to compromise on common sense gun restrictions new york state man post a video of him sawing is a are fifteen into pieces low he said there's so many of them out there now one less scott poppa lardo has a second amendment tattoo but says owning an assault rifle does not outweigh a human life i new abc news washington post poll shows americans want action to reduce done violence but they're not sure why this in ten americans see donald trump is not doing enough to try to stop mass shootings in three quarters say congress is not doing enough consensus is highest around the improved mental health screening and treatment but abc's gary langer reports americans are divided about a ban on assault weapons a.