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Fresh update on "central park" discussed on John Batchelor
"New York representative Carolyn Maloney, the winner of the Democratic congressional primary, defeating opponent, Siraj Patel. The city border election is declaring Maloney in the winner. Ah court ruling did allow some invalidated ballots to be counted, Murphy says. They're focused on reducing the covert 19 risk with out of state workers coming in to help restore power. God knows this is essential, but With that is part of our discussions with the electric service providers is one of the protocols, etcetera. So, as they say, if it isn't one thing, it's another governor Cuomo declaring a state of emergency in the tri state region Following Tuesday. Storm forecast the Ramsey Mom's Weather Center tonight mostly clear Low 70 76 in Central Park with 77. BBC News Desk on Bob Round Next update at midnight. Streaming at home on your spawn. Speakers. Just say play 77 W A. B. C W A B C traffic.
Denver's Stapleton neighborhood renamed to Central Park
"Stapleton neighborhood in northeast Denver has a new name. Central Park. The land on the former international airport was named for Benjamin Stapleton, Denver's mayor for parts of the twenties, thirties and forties. Stapleton was at times a member of the
Fresh "Central Park" from Vickie Allen and Levon Putney
"Mixture of clouds and some sun, with a high of 80 to some area south of the city can see a shalwar thunderstorm tomorrow afternoon Couple of showers and perhaps a thunderstorm tomorrow night and staying a bit unsettled for Friday with a shower or thunderstorm or too high 78 degrees. 78 degrees in Farmingdale, 68 in Danbury. It's 80 degrees in Central Park and Vicki Alan Thiss is W. CBS and WCBS FM HD to New York. Cleanup continues at the Tropical Storm. Isa Yes, knocked down trees, branches power lines on Tuesday and all the power outages around the area. Let's a Connecticut and New York's governor is calling for probes and what's taking the utility so long to restore service? New Jersey.
Ecology Lessons from Mt. Auburn Cemetery
"Tell us about when Mount Auburn sort of formalized the idea of emphasizing places in urban wildlife refuge and set specific sustainability goals like what's that? When did that happen? Well. I would I would say even before I was here, there was certainly a focus on a at some degree of sustainability sustainable practices, but it wasn't. It really started ramping up and you know after I got here because of my own interests, many of the other staff at the time as well and we really felt it was time to do more focus spend more time focusing on and really do the right thing and. It gradually became more formalized Because I'm sorry term planning processes and and when are several years ago we did a strategic plan and one of the top level and strategic initiatives of the plan was to be a model of environmental stewardship. So it really that's when it really became Kinda Corp Institution wide. Horticulture Department. Because of in the. Area I. Mean you're this piece of ecological uniqueness I think I read and one description right? I mean it's it's an unusual place to have one hundred and seventy five acres. In the conditioner. Really. It's it's such an important more and more important these days because we're in surrounded by an urban environment and. Green Open greenspace. That's good for my life and people is that much more important than it used to be and recognized as being important so it's Yeah. We're really in a kind of a unique spot. So. Now as with Central Park in New York City and other such spaces like the birds for instance, and you have a lot of birds they are especially during migration periods at Mount Auburn. Birds knew all along. This was a great ecologically important spot. So tell us a little bit about the wildlife and who calls home and so forth. The I? Say forever third says. Stop Vice About Auburn but. On on the fly over the path of migrating birds, you know come and kind of fun you following the coastline. from Central America and up on up north. So we're right in that in that flyway in in recent years more, the more urbanization has happened the more. Here. We are at the birds fly over and all they say is one hundred, seventy, five acres of five thousand trees in the tree tops is fine over. So it really is an obvious place for them to. Stop and take arrest them get replenished with. Food on their way north we happen to be in you know in in an area zone that birds are migrating through anyway, and of course, there's also a lot of resident birds as well that. Take Up. Space, here. And I imagine that you have bird clubs and stuff worth that left to be there and looking at birds. Yes absolutely that's where we are quite popular destination for many. Many very clubs and Amasau of on society and other. Organizations that that that organized groups to bring here and then just as people. Flock here from as individuals especially in May and peak migrating season, but also throughout the year. So it's not just birds I know for instance, when you did your woodland, you did you've done a number of as part of the sort of overall Mandate of of greater stability and and being more of a wildlife refuge in in recent years that's intensified you've done a number of projects you restored with didn't chew I mean or your receive in restoring the woodland. Tell us a little bit of some of the sort of steps and what did you do? Did you kind of monitor populations and figure out who is there and what you needed to do to what's thought process that when you when you begin an and again, this is a historic place and a place that a lot of people have. attachment to. You know it's an emotional place. It's a treasured place so you can't just change everything right? You have limitation. Right. Glad. You mentioned that we still are very much a an active ongoing cemetery. Belt creating and selling in bear space and burying people all the time in addition to you know generations of people that have already been buried here. So yeah. So we have to keep that in mind while we continue to move forward
Fresh update on "central park" discussed on Vickie Allen and Levon Putney
"80 in Central Park at 9 50 WCBS journalist and author Pete Hamel died this morning. He was 85. Her CBS News correspondent Deborah Rodriguez, he'd Hamel first gained fame as a newsman who worked at many of New York City's biggest papers. City room. Was the room where all the reporters have a desk. It'll be in working on big Standard Royal or Remington typewriter. But as the years passed, people not only read his words they read about him as he dated Jackie Onassis, Linda Ron Stat and Shirley Maclaine fame was never the goal and do any writing way trying to be famous. What motivated him the sense of possibility? Hammel moved on to writing essays, novels and memoirs. But even after decades of wordsmithing, he told CBS that his 20th book was no easier than the first. Why not? I had to. Make the next one Something new for me. Debra Rodriguez, CBS News Super Bowl champion Eli Manning, Grammy Award winning singer Cissy Houston at Good Times. Actor John Amos are among this year's induct ease into the New Jersey Hall of Fame. The winners for the holes, 12th class announced this morning. Others known as the state's best and brightest include Oscar winner and Hathaway, author Fran Lebowitz and fairly Dickinson, benefactor of the university named after him. Poet and journalist. Joyce Kilmer, who has had a New Jersey Turnpike rest up plaza, named after her for years, will also be inducted into the new class. An online induction ceremony will be held. In October. It's 9 52 on WCBS now know that Napa auto parts stores and Napa Auto Care centres get a $25 prepaid visa card when you get any Neff automotive battery, it's the best deal for some of the best batteries from some of the best car people around, But we might be a little partial, Anyhoo, pick up any.
New York weather forecast
"And win Zaki weather for day forecast here. Zack, you weather meteorologist, Carl Bobinsky. Monique. It is currently 83. We have a partly cloudy sky on this Sunday evening, and we're expecting lows in the upper seventies. Certainly a warm night. The heat will be on tomorrow officially earlier today in Central Park 92 tomorrow will be in the mid nineties. About 96. Actually, I think tomorrow will be the hottest day of the stretch. Even if it's not 96 just falling a degree or two shy and even if we do reach 93 Tuesday like we're expecting both tomorrow and Tuesday accurate the real field temperatures will be above 100 So our heat advisory will continue early this week, and you want to take the necessary precautions. To beat this heat to stay well hydrated. Tomorrow will be a rain free day Tuesday, though looking a bit different. There probably will be a shower thunderstorm in spots by the end of the day. And then behind a week from Wednesday. Well, hey, At least it'll be less human. It's still going to be quite warm in about 88. That should be a fairly sunny day. It should stay in the upper eighties. Later on this week on both Thursday and Friday to no less than partial sunshine right now 83 fair humidity 45%. The Wind light in southwesterly Fair 83. We're headed down to 78 in Midtown are Mak e Way, the meteorologist. Car bobinsky on New York's Weather Station, 10 10 wins. J.
Fresh "Central Park" from Vickie Allen and Levon Putney
"Highway down wires across the roadway. So quite the backup still in that area, you want to skip that thought we're next traffic updates in less than 10 minutes on WCBS. Now, the forecast from meteorologist Daniel Middle Well, it will be a more comfortable night tonight across the area. In terms of the humidity clear to partly cloudy 68 degrees the low in the city 62 64 in the surrounding suburbs. For tomorrow, we'll have a mixture of clouds and sunshine, a shower a thunderstorm or two Will be approaching the city during the afternoon hours coming up from the south, and then we'll have a couple of showers and perhaps a thunderstorm as we move into tomorrow night we do with the watch for a couple of embedded downpours High tomorrow 82 low tomorrow night. 69. Clouds and occasional sunshine for Friday a human day with a shower or thunderstorm or too high 78 sun shining clouds for Saturday one or two spots. Khun CIA shot were thunderstorm largely dry to start the weekend highs for Saturday, 78 to 83 then quite warm in here. On Sunday with some sunshine 87 degrees. It's 79 degrees in London, 74 in White Plains. It's 80 in Central Park at 9 50 WCBS journalist and author Pete Hamel died this morning. He was 85. Her CBS News correspondent.
New York City Zoos Reopen To All
"Better city zoos are now open. Odalis. Outdoor exhibits are open at Central Park, Queens, Prospect Park and the Bronx Zoo's and the best. What do you think he San? I think he's happy that all the people came there. But with limitations, you have to purchase tickets online for specific dates and times and wear a mask.
Fresh "Central Park" from Vickie Allen and Levon Putney
"It's 79 degrees in London, 81 at Newark Liberty. 80 degrees in Central Park at 9 40 Audible you CBS. Joe Biden will accept the Democratic nomination for president virtually this month. CBS News correspondent Steve Futterman has more on that Milwaukee maybe the Democrats Convention City, but Joe Biden will not be traveling there. Instead, Biden will deliver his acceptance speech from his home state of Delaware, other speakers that the convention will deliver their speeches remotely as well. And Republicans may do essentially the same thing. President Trump on Fox News today talked about delivering his acceptance speech remotely thinking about doing it from the White House because there's no movement. It's easy, and I think it's a beautiful setting. Both conventions now appear likely to be almost entirely virtual. Steve Futterman, CBS News, Biden snapped at a reporter today when asked If he's taken a cognitive test, Biden turned it around and asked CBS news correspondent Errol Barnett if he was a junkie and got tested for cocaine use. Biden, who 77 eventually told Barnett E. Has ever taken a cognitive tests. But in June, he said at a campaign event he was constantly tested. Biden said he's looking forward to standing on the same stage as President Trump in the presidential debates. Mr Trump is 74. Three years younger than Biden. It's 9 41 sports is next. When it comes to giving your child equality education from home experience matters. Online. Learning might be new for your family,.
"central park" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"Okay Carlos. Is this going on with this? Bird bird-watching not cooperate with. They do. Well Junior. You Remember Central Park Karen. Her real name is Amy Cooper the white woman who called the police on the black man whereas a bird watcher who asked her to leash her dog in. New York Central Park. You know she has now been charged with falsely reporting the incident in the third degree. which are you know misdemeanor charges, and if convicted, she could serve up to a year in jail, but anyway the however the man the bird watcher. Go Ahead Not sending away woman in jail for calling on a black do. State so this America go ahead. In this league roles, I didn't know Negroes. Was Bird watching I my first this first, blackbird watch. Yeah. I know we very. What I would you know? If a layers. But I'm just. Senate a white woman to jail for a year for calling. Go head call okay so here we go so however the man, the Bird Watcher Tommy. Christin Cooper that's his name and her name is amy. Cooper, no relation but anyway. Who she call the cops on Christian Cooper. He told The New York Times that. He feels that amy. Cooper has suffered enough and. He's not cooperating, but he did say Mr Cooper Christian, Cooper. He did say that he understands the principle of it all, and if the DA needs to pursue the chargers, then he should, he's just not more to cooperate because shales me. Yeah, he feels like she suffered enough. She her reputation. She lost her career so. That's his point, and so he says. Look I man to do. You know I mean less than learn I mean. What else are you going to do? You know I I'm not. His point. That's his point. She suffered enough. She lost her job. She lost a job. I mean you know she got beat up on social media reputation. Try you try to do something that didn't work. You bought attention to a cause I'm through with it. But you know what Steve. A lot of people are looking at the fact that this could have gone left in. It could have been deadly and. Police to show. Keel absolutely. Now look at the other side now. I'm just throwing this out there for you to consider. I know I if I'm the bird watcher. Which is that? If you were in the park, I can't go down to. Instinct ain't no telling what come up. To. The victim in this situation that. Pool records and they'll flip it. Yeah you. Might be knowing Hey I. don't need no more here. Let's just let bygones. be it or need by need to go into my past. Oh, you're. Always been a bird watching. Broddrick Harvey Browder. We've been looking for him. down. He tried to help the DA now. Take No. Roku, stay the way man I ain't man Bro! Sita suffered enough. Know, his history, yeah! As, they say, let's go y'all. Hey, let's go. Get off of me. Dog Check on the Dole. is though it was some serious. It's the principle of it all. It is. Something well all right. For today's headlines, Ladies and Gentlemen Miss and trip. Thank you, thank you, everybody. This is Andrew for the news and let's go with this. Lieutenant Colonel Alexander than men has announced his retirement from the army may not remember the name, but vitamin was on the receiving end. He says of a huge backlash, and for months ever since he appeared as the key witness at the congresses impeachment, hearing an inquiry into Donald trump so them and says that after twenty one years of service he's. He's retiring from the army. Then men's lawyer says his client has been subjected to a campaign of bullying retaliation and forced to choose between pleasing the president and breaking the law. The trump administration's former national security adviser John Bolton tells MSNBC that he thinks the way. The colonel was treated with shameful in my experience with him I think he merited promotion. His performance was exceptional sodas, the performance of his twin brother yet who is in a different capacity at the NFC. NFC you know it was. It was just as unacceptable for men I think to be singled out for Alex Veneman to be singled out even worse in a sense for his brother yet who's only said as far as I can tell was he was his twin and again? Alexander is leaving us. Supreme Court sided with the trump administration yesterday in a case involving to birth control under the affordable care, act or obamacare. The high courts ruled that employers can refuse to. To provide coverage for contraceptives on either religious or moral grounds covert nineteen infections continuous spike in several states Florida's reporting more than ten thousand, six hundred new cases Arizona over thirty eight hundred new cases Arkansas there's been about a twenty five percent jump at Corona virus infections, and just the past week, so now is the Republican National Convention approaches for the first time. The trump campaign seems to be preparing at least be flexible president. Trump has been counting on a large impersonal turnout. Next month convention, which was moved to Jacksonville Florida from its original site in Charlotte North Carolina after the governor there and court North Carolina expressed a wait and see attitude about hosting such a large event with Corona infections, going all over and changing, but trump just may have to make his RNC presidential acceptance speech virtual. When after all at least he seemed a little, less sure of things when asked by Greta, Van Susteren TV grew. It depends on the timing. Look, we're very flexible. We can do a lot of things, but we're very flexible. Asked the first time you heard that. The GOP nominating convention is set for the last week of August. Finally said news singer Sharon page has died. She sang with Harold Melvin and the Blue No. Members one..
CAREN Act introduced to outlaw racist 911 calls
"San Francisco supervisor hasn't produced local legislation aimed at stopping racially motivated 911 call San Francisco Supervisor Sherman Walton has introduced what he calls the caution against racially exploitive, not Emergencies Act or Karen Act, Karen spelled with a C But in reference to the term Karen with a K, which is described as a person, usually a white woman who uses privileged to get their way. This has been also used to describe a recent 911 calls by white women about black men barbecue Becky to permit padding and the Central Park woman who called police on a black man she said was threatening her. While it is already against the law to make a false 911 call, it could result in a six month Yeltsin's Walton says. This act will also allow for victims to sue
Amy Cooper charged after calling police on Black bird watcher
"The white woman who was captured in a viral video on Memorial Day as she called the police on a black bird watcher in Central Park in New York City has been criminally charged. The Manhattan district attorney is charging Amy Cooper with falsely reporting an incident in the third degree. It's a misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in jail. The woman was captured in a video that went viral. She was seen calling 911. And telling an operator that an African American man in Central Park was threatening her. That man was a bird watcher, and he was trying to get her to put her dog on the leash. 57 year old Christian Cooper is on the board of the New York Audubon Society, Steve
Amy Cooper Faces Charges After Calling Police on Black Bird Watcher in New York City
"Knows A new development today for a New York woman who called police on a black man who was bird watching in Central Park Amy Cooper is being prosecuted for she is a white woman who called 911 and claimed she was being threatened by a black man who asked her to leash your dog in New York's Central Park. She's charged with filing a false police report. Cooper's attorney says she'll fight it. Give, and she's already lost her job and livelihood and asking, quote. Now, some demand her freedom that Piper CBS NEWS New York, Cooper is charged with making a false claim to a 911
Prosecutor: White woman has been charged with falsely calling 911 on Black man in racist Central Park confrontation
"Now on a woman who called police on a black man who was simply birdwatching here, CBS news correspondent Matt Piper maybe Cooper is being prosecuted. She is a white woman who called 911 and claimed she was being threatened by a black man who asked her to leave her dog in New York's Central Park. She's charged with filing a false police report. Port Cooper's attorney says she'll fight it given she's already lost her job and livelihood and asking quote. Now some demand her freedom. Mat Piper CBS NEWS NEW YORK
Amy Cooper, Woman In Viral Central Park Confrontation, Charged With Filing A False Report In New York
"The viral video of this white woman in Central Park, falsely accusing a black man of threatening her? There is an African American man. He is recording me. Reading myself in My dog woman, Amy Cooper initially lost her job today. She was also charged in New York with filing a false report
White woman faces charge after calling 911 on Black man in NYC
"Remember the white woman who was videotaped in Central Park falsely accusing a black man of threatening her as she walked her dog. There is an African American man. He is recording me, threatening myself in my daughter, Amy Cooper lost her job. Now she's been charged by the New York district attorney with filing a false report. Cooper did eventually issue an
Look, I Made a Hat! (Stephen Sondheim)
"Hello and welcome to misinformation Trivia podcast for ladies and Gents, and whoever who? what I lost my train of vodka. Feed Trivia Quiz Yeah like Trivia. Teams in Trivia. Listened this podcast. We are hosts I'm Lauren Julia. Yeah when you. Layered half to oh, God. We've been doing this for like almost three years now. I know it's kind of amazing. So good that we're both organized. People are else. This would not have happened for as long as. Know. Basically doing a book report every week for three years. Who knew that we loved book reports so much, so we decided to like a side hobby. So speaking of book reports actually mine is a pretty today my topic is. As Book Report he is. It's GONNA get for the most part this weekend next and my next topic the week after next I think is going to be very very like middle school. This is my. This is my report on so and so. But. Today I decided to do a little a little something different for all Lt. I've I'm expanding my my my mind and my different areas, and like going back in time to where where I was like where I wasn't high school, and what my where my interest lied, so. Today my topic is going to be on Sondheim. is to make. DIS lunch everybody La. So. Caveat. About Sante time. Your girl Lauren is recovering musical theater nerd. I cannot sing which I think. Where a lot of my resentment lies about musical theater, so I used to be super musical theater, and then I was not, and I am to this day like very uncomfortable with musicals, so I am not super familiar with Sondheim like the nitty gritty about it so I will not be. You know giving you personal stories about things, but I will say son. Heim has been involved with both one of my favorite musicals and my most hated musical, the musical I hate more than anything in the whole wide World Flint. Let's just get into it. Shall we please? Stephen Joshua Sondheim was born march twenty, second, nineteen thirty. He is still alive. He's ninety this year. Yep and we'll talk about that in a minute, but He was born into a Jewish family in new. York City the son of Janet and Herbert Sondheim. His father manufactured dresses designed by his mother. and. The composer grew up on the upper west side of Manhattan and after his parents divorced on a farm near Doylestown Pennsylvania so he was an only child of well-to-do parents, and he lived in the San. Remo on Central Park West and was described in Merrill. seacrest biography, which is called Stephen Sondheim a life. He was an isolated, emotionally neglected child. Perfect for. Perfect for musical theatre Yep he traces his interest in theater to warm for May, which was a broadway musical. He saw when he was nine quote. The curtain went up and reveal the piano. sondheim recalled a Butler to the duster and brushed it up tinkling the keys. I thought that was thrilling. He attended the New York. Military Academy and George School, which was a private quaker preparatory school in Bucks County Pennsylvania. When Sondheim was ten years old, his father already, a distant figure had left his mother for another woman. Herbert sought custody of Steven, but was unsuccessful. sondheim explained it biographer secrets that he was what they called an institutionalized child, meaning one who had no contact with any kind of family. You're in though its luxurious, you're in an environment that supplies you with everything, but human contact, no brothers and sisters, no parents, and yet plenty to eat and friends to play with and a warm bed, you know. SONDHEIM detested his mother, who is said to be psychologically abusive and projected her anger from her failed marriage onto her son. He said when my father left her. She substituted me for him and she used me the way she used him to. Come onto and berate. beat up on. You see what she did for five years is treat me like dirt, but come on to me at the same time. She wants wrote him a letter I know. She wants wrote him a letter, saying that the quote only regrets, she ever had was giving him birth.
Mike Henry to stop voicing Black character on 'Family Guy'
"Family guy actor my cannery whose white says he'll stop voicing the animated shows main black character granny Smith when he got out of it in your mouth and it's like Cleveland brown on fox's family guy since the series debut in nineteen ninety nine he wrote on Twitter Friday he'll stop playing the African American characters because persons of color should make characters of color and read also voiced the Latin make Consuela his decision comes after white actors Jenny slate who voiced Missy on Netflix's big mouth and Kristen bell who voiced Molly on apple TV pluses Central Park pulled out of their roles as biracial characters saying they should be cast was someone of color I'm Julie Walker
White voice actors step down from mixed-race roles
"So so in in bell bell you you know know from from frozen frozen yeah yeah this this is is she she is is giving giving up up her voice over role on a animated series called Central Park which is an apple T. V. it's a animated musical comedy about a family called the televisions they live in Central Park NYC giving it up well as she says this is the time to acknowledge our acts of complicity here's one of mine playing the character of Molly on Central Park shows a lack of awareness of my pervasive privilege Mali is is a mixed race character eight and that's that's the the story there that she couldn't play this part because it was a mixed race characters there for to go to a mixed race actress oh okay Tony Katz ninety three WIBC good morning I always thought that actors act that's what I was was was told I think there's a difference between wearing blackface and voicing a character who by the way is of mixed race you mean black and white in this conversation your wife so you fit at least some of the of the bill right then you have Jenny slate who plays a black character in the show the cartoon big mouth Jenny slate used to be on a Saturday Night Live she wasn't venom I see like Jenny slate always have I don't personally but she doesn't feel right about it okay you don't feel right about it and then then then don't do it certainly absolutely positively don't do it
"Big Mouth" is recasting Jenny Slate character with a black actor
"A couple of black cartoon characters will be getting new voices juggling but it's definitely more confrontational any slate why will no longer play Missy on Netflix big mouth she says black characters on animated shows should be played by black people in Texas what would you say is normal sways no no no valid giving up her role as Molly on apple TV Central Park he says playing a mixed race character is an act of
"Big Mouth" is recasting Jenny Slate character with a black actor
"B. S. in changing times means a change in some voices in cartoon town juggling but it's nothing more confrontational any slate white will no longer play Missy on Netflix big mouth she says black characters on animated shows should be played by black people in Texas what would you say is normal sways no no no no valid giving up her role as Molly on apple TV Central Park he says playing a mixed race character is an act of complete city Deborah Rodriguez CBS
Jenny Slate, Kristen Bell's Animated TV Roles to Be Recast with Actors of Color; Hulu pulls 'Scrubs' episodes containing blackface
"Kristen Bell and Jenny Slate, both white actresses who played by racial teen girls on animated Siri's Bell on Apple TV Pluses. Central Park Slate on Netflix is big mouth both shows, saying the roles will be recast with actresses of color on both shows apologising for not doing so in the first place. He's sure this isn't offensive comedy series Scrubs his full three episodes off Lulu. Characters, including Starr, Zach Braff appear in
UK police seek motive in stabbing attack that left 3 dead
"A multiple stabbing him the town of reading in southern England has left three people dead and three seriously injured the knife man struck against people relaxing in a Central Park on Saturday evening approaching one group before moving on to attack office Dominica xi'an reports at around seven PM last night reading's Forbury gardens was busy following a lightly and peaceful black lives matter demonstration earlier in the day as police responded to emergency calls a large part of the city centre was looked down at the twenty five year old man was arrested at the scene on suspicion of murder security sources have told the BBC he's of Libyan descent police then surrounded a block of flats a mile from the killings police say they're not looking for anyone else in connection with the attack and there's no intelligence to suggest any further danger to the
Discussing 'The Talk'
"So on top of just having to be a mom, and do things like teach the oldest how to drive your also as a black mother, a black mother of three black boys. Having to talk to them about the news in a very specific way. What are you saying to them about? George Floyd and his death and the police and these protests. Yeah, it's obviously not the first time they are sixteen in fourteen, and for some people You know this may be the first time they've had to have the conversation. It is not the first time for us. we had to have what's known in the black culture as the talk. Many of times I'll never forget. There was a time. Earlier House. We had a park right behind us, and they wanted to go to the park. This was all say you know I kind of put them in. Errors was right around the time of Landau, Casteel and Alton Sterling and I was it was really wrong with me. My third son was just born and. You know I had many moments where I was holding him getting him. And crying as I did so, because I, while loved this little bundle of joy, immensely also just the amount of fears and worries of what I just brought into the world again with another black Sun, and the burdens that I have to carry that again, and so it was really raw for me around that time and I just remember them asking go to the park and the laundry list of what I had to tell them. Don't wear your hood. Don't put your hands in your pocket. If you get stopped, don't run. Put Your hands up. Don't make a lot of moves. Tell them your mother works for NPA I mean it just went on and on? There's IT's funny. They're stages as they start to get older one. It's the you just don't even want them to draw attention to themselves enough. For someone to call on them or get stopped then there's the stages of what you do. If you do get caught and then more recently, I remember. I had them watch. We all watch a family together Eva d'auvergne as when they see us. And it was really really hard for them to go through, and they were really torn because they were these were young kids. That was a central. Park five and they were Young kids themselves in there. Watching this and that was the first time that it changed to a new iteration of the talk and that talk was. What do you do once? You're inside those walls. Don't ever sign a confession. Don't ever let them tell you that. Your mom told you it's okay. Don't ever do this at and I was just like. Oh, my Gosh! It doesn't stop with this and so this time around. It has been more about. I will be honest This time around. It's more about what's not fair. And just be you know this just isn't fair? You guys, but this is the the world is. This is the way America is right now. It's the way it's been for a long time and I can't lie to you I. Don't think it's going to change in your lifetime, and it's just not fair. It's not fair for us to have to live like this. I, imagine. that it probably gets emotionally taxing for you. To keep having these conversations with your boys when stories like George Floyd up seems like every few weeks or months now What is your emotional state? Having to give this talk again and again and again. Yeah! You know it's I gotta be honest about it. The more happens the hardest to say optimistic about it. And I mean we have an example right here within the span of one month of two different incidences that we've had to talk to them through, and I will tell you with the Ahmad Aubrey. Shooting there was a sorrow. Honestly because we're in the in the middle pandemic, most of us were still in his shelter in place then and even pandemic, even when someone's home, even when everything when American world should be still and yet still killing black unarmed black men in the streets. That's the one thing we can still seem to count on for America and that hit me like a ton of bricks. And that hurt my heart that that was the truth of where racism is is in this country, but even when everything stopped, that's the one thing that continue dishes what it is and so that conversation with them that talk with there were a lot of tears. There were a lot of a lot of helplessness I. Don't know what to do anymore. You guys I don't know how to save you I. Don't know how to keep you safe. I don't know. You know my husband and I certainly have been sure to provide. Even you know wherever we did. Start a very good life for them more than what we had and make sure that we live places where we felt safe as a family where they were in the best school districts where they could you know I always looked at very diverse neighborhoods as well because that it was important to me. But. There was. There started to be fought for the first time of I. Did everything to make sure that we weren't in crime ridden areas. And that we were in safe neighborhoods, and that they did get the best and. Still. I fear for them walking down the street. Still. Did I do even more of a disservice by being the only black family on this street. Do we have to do more work by making sure that everyone knows us? And everyone knows our heart in who we are and be friends with everyone, and even if that is that enough, because you don't know if someone's mother-in-law visits, and and does it no, you and wonder why my kids are riding their bike, or if someone wanders over from another street and questions us, it's it's. It's one of those places where I you know my talk with my kids at that point is. I it was a bit like I. said I'm hopeless. I! Just don't know what to do anymore I just
"central park" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"And everything hit a crazy part of this. Remember to join documentary land. We'll summit summit. Is that Michael? Jordan actually kept Isaiah Thomas. AUDRAIN T. Knew it off do. Don't you? Join Hands Debbie. You say join hand. You own team. While you ring. Kissed Theresa. Yard. If, he played this. Was Petty what I say it is. Bad for all right, we'll have more. News. I'm from Chicago. Thirty. For you try, thank you is I say? Replay for Detroit. Harvey Morning Show and some turning news coming up at thirty three minutes after the hour right after this you're listening to. Morning, show. You guys saw the viral video. The white lady known on social. Media Central Part Karen Her name is Amy Cooper who, on Monday call the police while in Central Park New York and pretended a black man pretended now faked it out that a black man was attacking her while he simply asked her to leash her dog. Take a listen. Please don't come close to me. Please don't. Please don't come close. please. Please call the cops. Please call the. African American man threatening my life. Please tell them whatever you like. I'm sorry. RAMBLE and there's A. Is. Recording in threatening me and my dog. There is an African American. He's recording reading like South in my Don I'm sorry I can't hear. Threatened by a man rambled. Thank you. While, she elevated each time, but which we should go to jail. Was Children Damn does. But guess what J. Came the people that gave that dog came and. got that dog back. They took the doll. Doll, ghost let's. Hear more about dogs. Sometimes drive. That was a horrible scene. It's nothing to play with just because she did that would. If it was a trigger happy, they were dispersed by the time the cops got there, but by the way, but we're. GonNa win. Because of her live. That's that's the thing about central Park Karen and her real name is amy. Your false reporting you, calling the police is why we have. Yes, sir is why we have these situations that we have right now. What we're talking about everything that happened yesterday. Because of what you just did. Yeah, so so she should have been fires. She should have gotten the dog is there. Is there a way for her to get charges pressed up on her for this act? Is Interest. Is there anything illegal with this report? If nothing else she should get it for that. Filing a police report it also. We all. We all need body cams because we can't damn sell what we have our. By the Kings, and not to mention, she's calling the police department with this false accusation, and then they got a bunch of stuff going on right now there. Are, coping nineteen and going on right now to deal with especially in New York. More intense as she talked on the phone, you know Sir. Yes, elevating her voice coming up. It's our last break of the day. It is the last of the day. We'll have closing remarks from. That's Jay that's junior forty nine minutes after the hour when we'll be back right after this. You're listening to. Morning Show. All right here we are last. Break up the day, guys! It's been a good day is a good day. Day? Yeah very serious day though sweet. Really really I mean our prayers go out. To the to the Floyd family, the family of George Floyd WHO'S OUT OF HOUSTON! Yeah, he went to high from us. Oh, yeah, he went to Jaquet. Ties School, which is third ward he's. So here's the connection there, but just like you say surely so sad and like yesterday. I called the too much. Tuesday was just how. Much going on yesterday that we had to discuss today, and we're just outrage and just tired of it. Yeah, can I just say this. Can I just say thank Y'all today. For. You guys real. Today's top Nano today the tough day, because I wanted to send out a shout tip, my friend Brian. Clicks family today. O'Brien going to day on two years today. And I, just want his family now that we still love him fired morning. Show still care about him. He's still part of our family and thank Y'all for helping me get through today. Man in because it's a tough day to day. It really depends. Joe. Great friend work together over the man. So, much fun and I know his parents are struggling today and said Hey, we love you, guys. We still think about Bryant. He's not going anywhere from over here. So thank y'all so much for being our teammates and just peaking meal. You're welcome. I'm telling you because he isn't struck and there's a lot of people listening at as. Gone going through, that's right. That's right so. You know what I wanted to say. Thank you to Benjamin crump, too. I mean he's. He's a good friend of the show. He's a family member. He's always.
"central park" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"Of it and can't stop touching it. It's fifty five years old. That's so weird to me. I've tried not to Nag him. But how can I get it to stop? Touch it Flynn. All Right? We'll be back with more of the Steve Harvey Morning Show coming up right after this. You're listening to Steve, Harvey Morning Show. All Right? It's that time again. Junior gear up again with some sports. Let's go. Let's have it's or it's news. Surely. Surely. I talking about how. We. Do Sports new. We just talk about what we heard. You. Now all I heard mobility momentum is building towards the NBA right. It's supposed to come back to some so the NBA is beginning to move forward with plans to resume the season in Orlando at Disneyworld teams. Expect the League to tell the wind start recalling their players as soon as next week so. I guess there will be two week quarantine co staff players, and everything hit a crazy part of this. Remember to join documentary land. We'll summit summit. Is that Michael? Jordan actually kept Isaiah Thomas. AUDRAIN T. Knew it off do. Don't you? Join Hands Debbie. You say join hand. You own team. While you ring. Kissed Theresa. Yard. If, he played this. Was Petty what I say it is. Bad for all right, we'll have more. News. I'm from Chicago. Thirty. For you try, thank you is I say? Replay for Detroit. Harvey Morning Show and some turning news coming up at thirty three minutes after the hour right after this you're listening to. Morning, show. You guys saw the viral video. The white lady known on social. Media Central Part Karen Her name is Amy Cooper who, on Monday call the police while in Central Park New York and pretended a black man pretended now faked it out that a black man was attacking her while he simply asked her to leash her dog. Take a listen. Please don't come close to me. Please don't. Please don't come close. please. Please call the cops. Please call the. African American man threatening my life. Please tell them whatever you like. I'm sorry. RAMBLE and there's A. Is. Recording in threatening me and my dog. There is an African American..
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"Now. Off, Talking? And then there's a Caucasian lady who started video on. This is at the same time when when I did not understand was there is a police officer that is facing the camera. of the person that's video unlike people from blocking it out, but my my my thought is. Why won't you go over handcuffed this man and y'all just put him in the car. It's over whatever he did wrong. He did that wrong, we he didn't have the DAF. Question because he's a black man. Question because he's wants once he's handcuffed. It's over. It's over one you. Retained he was on the ground. So. Yes there. You have it Tommy. There was nothing else going on. He put his knee in this man's neck for over for seven minutes. I think close to ten. Paul I really do wrong. And they call it. Did you notice? He had his left hand in his pocket. Yeah, if he was just sitting there. I don't know if you realize that, and and now the video is gone. Down everywhere. And they pretty much did arrest. They said that as well that he resisted arrest. Users fairly. Resisted arrest. When you had him handcuffed, he was arrested. So what so you had him put him in a car and move on. Seven minutes on my neck. What else you know when you need at least like know what else it's so weird that that hold is in the police record that they're allowed legal. It's legal. Okay, but how long do we need to do to know that? We have this guy under control now? When when do we have control when he when he's de? Come on man. That! It's in that means they not gonNA, take it out and it's been in there for a while, and he's not the first person that they've done like dead. Again, right, there was a crowd. They're saying there was you heard the crowd. There are a lot of people are saying. Stop this. He can't breathe. You'RE GONNA kill. This John. Lloyd even said you're going to me. Even, said it. What. We've heard that cry before for from a Black Man who? Said I can't breathe. I can't breathe, and it means nothing to though is death us so I mean just very recently. We had our motto armory. Yes, and then we lady in Central Park with the dog with the man who was filming her. The police and says an African. A man is attacking me and let's not forget the sister that was in her house and what? was arrived. They were in plainclothes. To the wrong house to house, they should've went to was across town. The person that they were looking for was already in jail and they killed her Yeah yes in Louisville it's. It's almost okay, 'cause Oklahoma. And it's very sad you could start praying for the next victim hasn't even happened yet. It's say that, but you could do that because it's going to happen again until they make some drastic changes, not really willing, yeah! I just don't like the feeling that it's open season on black man. I mean wanted people. Yeah. People period, but. The majority of understand what call is say. yeah, but you know not only black men you know. A lot of stuff goes unspoken, an unseen in the top to bottom by what happens to black women when they get stopped. Yeah. Lot of stuff, yeah, we wouldn't see any of this stuff if it wasn't for video cameras and phones and let me let me. Let me, tell you I've been longtime. Let me. Tell you got some I've been bragging you. Oughta you know my birthday I bought me a ATV remember. I bought me. You know this. RASC- The neighborhood we got the pitcher got it. And you know you can, you can ride the back roads in the woods on the dirt whole nine yards the first the first day I got it. Is Nine o'clock at night me, and my are on it and it stops. And me and my neighborhood and I'm like Oh my God and my buddy says let's walk back to my house and we'll get. We'll get my UTV jumping off and I'm like what is wrong. My Utd I just bought. It said never mind that. The we had to walk a mile and a half close to two mile. You have no idea how terrified I am is US two black men walking in the neighborhood? Shorts and flip flops on trying to get to his house I'm like man. Some go happen, dog something going to happen to the because it looks like you stole it. You right, ask look like. I don't belong in this neighborhood. You just. Pay Taxes yes. Every black mom, you know who has. Children. A son daughter all that next the fear of every black mom, when they walk out of the House, you know the Lulu. Yawning wealth and call uber get home in Atlanta. Day Week on. This out with the victim's family. Has retained civil rights attorney and our friend family member Benjamin. CRUMP says it's. For police officers to be held accountable for their actions. These actions lead many to conclude. It's open season on black people coming up next. We'll change gears here. We'll switch a little bit and nephew is on deck with run. That prank back right after this you're listening to. Morning Show. Coming up at the top of the hour and will be here..
"central park" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"Well we all know. You guys saw the viral video. The white lady known on Social Media Central Park Karen her name. Is Amy Cooper who on Monday? Call the police while in Central Park New York and Pretended man pretended now faked it out that a black man was attacking her while he simply asked her to leash her dog. Take a listen. Please don't come close to me. I'm asking supporting please. Don't please don't come close. Please please call the COPS please call the clamps African American man threatening my life. Please tell them whatever you like. Rambo and there is a man American recording threatening and my dog an African American I. He's recording threaten in my dog. I I'm sorry I can't hear I think threatened by the Cox Park thank you. Wow I mean she she elevated each time but when she was children a damn does but guess what j. They came. The people that gave with that dog came. Got that dog back shoot. They took the Dow. Oh let's go rescue hear more about dogs in the sometime tomorrow drive. This was that was a horrible scene. It's nothing to play with just because she did that would if it was a trigger happy. They were dispersed by the time. The cops got there but by the way this could've went back because of her life. That's the thing that's the thing about Central Park Karen in her real name. Is Amy your false reporting you calling? The police is why we have yes. This is why we have these situations that we have right now. What we're talking about everything that happened yesterday because of what you just did solden. So she should have been fired. She should have gotten the dog is there. Is there a way for her to get charges pressed up on her but his act? This shit is it. Is this anything illegal with this report? If nothing else she should get it for that filing a League report it also we all we all need body cams we can the damn sell. Well we have our young man and not to mention. She's calling the police department with this false accusation and then they got a bunch of stuff going on right now. They're you know the cobre nineteen and going on right now deal with especially in New York and more intense as she talks on the phone. Thanks elevating her voice and efforts now own is African American man attacking me how can you? How can you be attacked? If I'm videoing? How does that help? He's filming me. Aker yeah she didn't she didn't think that would get out. I mean beat filming you. Dumb ass on the lighter side. The John Notice this is the first time held now. I didn't know it was any blackbird. Watches no idea to what he said. I was like blackberry. What count chicken is a lot of the yardbirds radio? I'm thinking caught up on today's news. J. Please do the honors right. Everybody it's time for the news and trip. Start out with that story okay. Because now it's Minneapolis. A black man seen on video telling of white cough that he can't breathe as that. Cop keats kneeling his throat and yes. The young man is now fired now. The fide officer doesn't remove his knee off a forty six year. Old George Floyd's neck He stops moving. He still keeps it on him for about seven minutes. He's unable to revive all for the cops involved. Have been let go. Minnesota's governor. Tim Wall says quote. The lack of humanity in this disturbing video is sickening. Here's Mr Floyd and here's that COP. Look what he wants at. Got Him down and relief right now. Being Black in America should not be a death sentence. When you hear someone calling for help you are supposed to help. And that of course was the mayor who also chimed in Minneapolis. Pd says the cops were answering. Guess what a call about a forgery of that's all it was a forgery. No weapons were involved and it seems they said the victim appeared to be high on something and for that he's did. Meanwhile a University of Connecticut Students Still on the land a twenty three year old. Peter Manfredini allegedly killed two people in Connecticut kidnapped. The girlfriend of one of the victims stole a bunch of guns and guns in a home invasion. He was last spotted in Pennsylvania and they are now reports that this guy's father Robert Man for Donia was arrested last month for allegedly getting two teenage girls trump drunken groping them and he's free on five thousand dollars bond again. They are looking. They say for Mr Fredonia anywhere. Florida congressman. Val demings wants the folks at Dizzy. The whole back for a while with their planned reopening Disney and universal studios preparing to reopen their attractions Pretty soon a move that would allow many of the Florida. Democrats constituents in the Orlando area to return to work. But she wants to make sure that her people are safe from the corona virus infection and adherence to the CDC guideline so she said you know just hold up just a little bit unless he tara the woman who claimed Joe Biden made her feel quote uncomfortable when she worked for him back in nineteen ninety-three. She has to find a lawyer her lawyer after Casey quit and finally to one zero and lift off the final lift off Lance shoulders of the space shuttle. America will continue the dream. That was the last time we really had a space shuttle going up over ten years ago. That was the last time that astronauts lifted off from US soil until today when weather permitting to American astronauts lift off from Kennedy Space Center. There'd be heading into the heavens on a spacecraft owned by a private company back to the Steve Harvey Morning Show. You're listening David. Harvey Morning Show..
"central park" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"Well. We all know you guys saw the viral video the white lady. Known on Social Media Central Park Karen. Her name is amy. Cooper who on Monday call the police while in Central Park New York and pretended a black man pretended now faked it out that a black man was attacking her while he simply asked her to leash her dog. Take a listen. Please don't come close to me. I'm asking supporting. Please don't. Please don't come close. Please please call the cops. Please call the. African American man threatening my life. Please tell them whatever you like. And there is a man American. Recording threatening and my dog. An African American I. He's recording threaten in my dog. I I'm sorry I can't hear. I think threatened by. The Cox. Thank you. Wow I mean she. She elevated each time, but when she. Was Children a damn does. But Guess What J.! They the people that gave with that dog came. got that dog back. Shoot they took the. Dow Oh. Let's go. Rescue. Hear more about dogs in the. Sometime tomorrow drive. This was. That was a horrible scene. It's nothing to play with just because she did that would. If it was a trigger happy, they were dispersed by the time the cops got there, but by the way. This could've went back. Because of her life. That's the thing that's the thing about central park. Karen in her real name. It's amy. Your false reporting you calling the police is why we have. Yes, this is why we have these situations that we have right now. What we're talking about everything that happened yesterday. Because of what you just did. Solden, so she should have been fired. She should have gotten the dog is there. Is there a way for her to get charges pressed up on her, but his act. This shit is is anything illegal with this report? If nothing else, she should get it for that filing A. League report it also. We, all we all need body cams. We. Can the damn sell well, we have our young man. and not to mention she's calling the police department with this false accusation. And then they got a bunch of stuff going on right now. They're you know the cobre nineteen and going on right now. Deal with especially in new. York and More intense as she talks on the phone, thanks elevating her voice and efforts now own. Is African American man attacking me. How can you? How can you be attacked if I'm videoing? How does that help? He's filming me. Aker! She didn't she didn't think that would get out I. Mean beat filming. YOU DUMB ASS! On the lighter side. The John Notice. This is the first time held now. I didn't know it was any blackbird watches. Idea to. What he said I was like blackberry. What? Count Chicken is. The yardbirds. Radio. I'm thinking caught up on today's news. J., please do the honors right, everybody. It's time for the news and trip. Start out with that story. Okay, because now it's Minneapolis of black man seen on video, telling of white cough that he can't breathe as that cop keats kneeling his throat, and yes, the young man is now fired now. The fide officer doesn't remove his knee off a forty six George Floyd's neck He stops moving. He still keeps it on him for about seven minutes. He's unable to revive all for the cops involved have been let go Minnesota's governor Tim Wall says quote the lack of humanity in this disturbing video is sickening. Here's Mr Floyd and here's that COP. Look. What he wants at. Got, him down and relief. Right now being black in America should not be a death sentence. When you hear someone calling for help, you are supposed to help. And that of course was the mayor who also chimed in Minneapolis PD says the cops were answering. Guess what a call about a forgery of! That's all it was a forgery. No weapons were involved and it seems they said the victim appeared to be high on something and for that. He's did meanwhile a University of Connecticut students still on the land, a twenty three year old Peter Manfredini allegedly killed two people in Connecticut kidnapped the girlfriend of one of the victims. Stole a bunch of guns and guns in a home invasion. He was last spotted in Pennsylvania, and they are now reports that this guy's father Robert Man for Donia was arrested last month for allegedly getting two teenage girls trump drunken groping them, and he's free on five thousand dollars bond again. They are looking. They say for MR, Fredonia, anywhere Florida Congressman Val. demings wants the folks at Dizzy. The whole back for while planned reopening, Disney and universal studios preparing to reopen their attractions pretty soon a move that would allow many of the Florida Democrats. Democrats constituents in the Orlando area to return to work, but she wants to make sure that her people are safe from the corona virus, infection and adherence to the CDC guideline, so she said you know just hold up just a little bit unless he read the woman who claimed Joe Biden made her feel quote uncomfortable when she worked for him back in nineteen ninety-three, she has to find a lawyer. Her lawyer after Casey quit, and finally to one zero and lift off the final lift off Lance shoulders of the space shuttle America will continue the dream. That was the last time we really had a space shuttle going up over ten years ago. That was the last time that astronauts lifted off from US soil until today. When weather permitting to American, astronauts lift off from Kennedy Space. Center there'd be heading into the heavens on a spacecraft owned by a private company back to the Steve Harvey Morning Show. You're listening. David Harvey Morning Show..
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"The last part as we get back to where we are on Central Park west the last part is a nice uphill climb over on Central Park west as you're making the turn from Central Park north and I have never even remotely felt like I was oxygen the price you know maybe I'll bring the pulse oximeter today you know what I I will actually I shall and in fact I will report my findings on my Twitter feed later today good reason to follow me on Twitter folks I was what I I'd post all kinds of stuff whether it's commentary obnoxious commentary pictures of this that whatever I just another extension of this program and the whole Schmidt experience is the follow my Twitter feed at Todd Schmidt at T. O. D. D. S. C. H. L. I. T. T. members N. at Todd Schneck M. S. C. H. M. I. T. V. so at Todd Schmidt on Twitter give me a follow and on Instagram I am at certified Todd Schmidt yeah on Instagram's put certified in for a Todd Schmidt and I will I'll post the pictures may go shoot video wearing my N. ninety five mask with a little surgical mask over on top of it and doing us some serious biking up hills and will check my pulse oximeter to see if I'm depleted of oxygen so the story is yes the offbeat stuff coming out of this a New Jersey driver according to multiple sources passed out from wearing an N. ninety five mask for hours according to the Lincoln Park in New Jersey police department and the driver smashed their vehicle head on into a telephone pole because they passed out leave the driver who was not named lost consciousness behind the wheel from lack of oxygen and breathing in breathing in excess of carbon dioxide thanks to the mass though I did say carbon dioxide not carbon monoxide here's a statement on Facebook the L. P. P. D. that would be the Lincoln Park police department responded to a lone occupant single car motor vehicle crash yesterday the crash is believed to have resulted from the driver wearing an N. ninety five mask for several hours and subsequently passing out behind the wheel due to insufficient oxygen intake excessive carbon dioxide intake according to this little blurb we also know that nothing was uncovered at the accident scene that would suggest that the driver was under the influence of drugs or alcohol while we don't know the cause with one hundred percent certainty we do know the driver had been wearing an N. ninety five mask inside the vehicle for several hours and ultimately passed out while operating the vehicle and then the cops told residents that they should continue to follow the directions of governor Phil Murphy in New Jersey for wearing a face covering in public but wearing an N. ninety five mask while driving with no other occupants is unnecessary unless if you're in a call with your wife and your home with your wife your kids I don't know if it's necessary to wear it inside the car either the driver was taken to a local hospital where they're decapitated head was reattached and they're already open up about so not kidding because there was no no decapitation but the driver was treated for non life threatening injuries and I'm looking at a picture of the vehicle from the Lincoln Park New Jersey police department and that car has a beautiful V. shaped waves right in the other car looks to be total to me what is that is that a looks like it's some kind of a small station wagon is that a Subaru that might be a forester or it might be a Subaru wagon at first glance but again I just don't see passing out from an N. ninety five mask away this hold on a minute wait a minute we have somebody on the line who says they are afraid that passed out wearing a mask well maybe this is something we will folks if if you know somebody or view of lost consciousness yourself wearing an N. ninety five mask or if you have any story to add here I'll be a naysayer skeptic here because I do tons of heavy breathing physical activity with the mascot and I have nothing that indicates even remote loss of consciousness or even a gas like I am being oxygen deprived that's why tonight I am going to bring my pulse oximeter and I will test my oxygen levels all posted on.
"central park" Discussed on The Frame
"The frame. I'm Steven Cuevas in for John horn. Thanks for joining us, now, a warning the next segment, contains references to sexual assault. It's been thirty years since the infamously violent rape of jogger in New York City, central park, but the wrongful conviction of five young black and Latino teenagers, and how they were vilified by the police, and the press remains ever relevant roaming, gangs of teenagers attack. Twenty eight year old woman hitting your with fists and rocks. Four of them, Raper and leave her. There unconscious for nearly four years, composer, Anthony Davis has been set on exploring the story and its themes of race injustice Long Beach. Opera is presenting the world premiere of Davis's, the central park five, Anthony Davis, told me his musical influences are usually more in the world of Ellington, and Stravinsky, but for the central park five opera, he also became immersed in the music of the time. Hip-hop really went mainstream in nineteen eighty nine you know, with back on the blog and public enemy and the release of do the right thing. And so I began to think about how I could cooperate that musical language into mine decide not to do you know hip hop lyrics, etc. But to use the speech rhythm aspect of tickly, and we are the freaks. Which is a George Clinton reference. Yeah. Yes. Definitely referring to George Clinton. And it's the way hip hop. Borrows also earlier forms of African American popular music. Joan. So I was sort of curious to do that. So in a way of doing a parody.
"central park" Discussed on Toure Show
"They had a ten year slog pressing a lawsuit against New York City, which fought the suit with everything they had until a new mayor. The current mayor Bill de Blasios said, no we're gonna pay them. They at forty one million dollars as a group, but they never got an apology from the city ordered mission of wrongdoing by anyone and nothing has happened. That would prevent all of this from happening to another group of black boys again today. But as of right now, the central park, five have Eva du Vernay standing beside them. Eva has. Done. Whatever does in directed an incredible four part series about their story at his powerful and heartbreaking, and must watch TV she's incredible. I wrote a long piece about the central park five few years ago for playboy magazine called how the central park five still haunt America, and I got to know them. So I called Dr Yusef Salaam and Raymond Santana. And I flew to Atlanta and we sat down and had this epic conversation. It's doctor Yusef Salaam and Raymond Santana. From the central park five on tour show. Use of where are you now in your life? Now that Eva and Oprah. These people are standing behind you. You got paid from the city the world thinks you didn't do it. Where are you now in life? Oh man, I would say I am. Ten levels. Ready for the whole world and ready to live even fuller in that experience. You know, ready to give ready to share? Where did they almost take back everything that was taken from me? And I know that that's not possible, but living in the space of now being present. You know, I always tell people live full die empty, but being able to really for real do that. You know, all of the ideas, the dreams, the hopes to ask, for reasons that I once had that were just like what if sore someday aisles you know what I'm saying? It's a great feeling to know that you don't have to ask permission to live with before we had to ask permission to go to the bathroom. If you can imagine, you know that whole reality is, it's just beautiful to know that you're not crazy, you know that you don't have to raise your hand. Sorry. Use the restroom and everybody's looking at you like. What go to the bathroom? You know what I'm saying? It's just one example, but I mean, it's a beautiful space to be in and to realize that you are actually the hero of your story. You know, and the fact that it's magnified times five is even a better blessing you don't because each one of us have our own, so to speak, specialness, and uniqueness that we bring to the story that makes it even more special stories, you get out of prison, and it was a good ten years, that before you reveal hated and exonerated. Yes. So you're moving through the world go, and I didn't do this, and nobody's really, I mean, some black people with you. But a lot of people are not believing it. Yeah. This is true. This is true. So this is just a total alternate reality for you. This is this is a tectonic shift you know, as we were leading up to thirty I twenty nineteen I was telling folks that we are about. To be hit with a media, right? The whole globe is about to be hit with a meteorite of astronomic proportions. I mean, the fact that this story is going to be rippling around the world. One hundred ninety plus countries. You know, we've, we've still I mean, I know it's just like what two week we're going to have two weeks most in, but it's it feels so good to open up your social media or to bump into folks on the street. We win L eighty other day. And I'm just walking down a block 'cause I'm like, let's go to the mall. You wanna buy some stuff. I'm talking about life and somebody in their car says use of Salaam, and I looked, and I said they talking to me. I said to my wife, I said, it'll be talking to me. She said, yes. I thought it was camouflaged..
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"I mean, sure she's paid and stuff, but they're not volunteers. But it's not like I mean, it's a good position to be in. If you wanna be among the elite of New York, but all of these people were nature lovers and like park advocates. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it's kind of the proof is in the pudding because I mean, they they've done a pretty great job and bringing central park back, especially if you go look at those pictures from the seventies and eighties. And then think about it today. Man, we see a picture from nineteen seventy five you see a law and order from nineteen ninety-five totally different. Just got one more thing. Here sheep meadow used to have sheep. Yeah. The tavern on the green the restaurant used to be where they housed, the sheep. And they were put their very purposely by olmsted to keep the grass cut, but also for aesthetics. Yeah. He said all this green everywhere bring in white and black sheep. They're like as opposed to funny ones made his his Mark is a master landscape designer. He was like a journalist and a farmer. That's what his background was he became the central park superintendent because he needed a job amazing, those that I have one last one the central park zoo started out as an animal menagerie because people would take. Unwanted exotic pets to the arsenal. And they just ended up sorting accumulating pets. I think it started with some swans and a black bear cub is how the whole thing started. If you on a more about central park there is a ton of stuff. It's so much could have been a three parter easily. You could do a lot worse than going to a federal New York and looking or go to the park. I guess you since I said ephemeral New York, it's time for a very fairy special listener mail. Yeah. This is long. I'm going to make it shorter even though of already made it shorter. But you might remember many years ago we had Sarah the amazing eleven-year-old superfan. We got a lot of letters from read some of on the air, then Sarah disappeared from us ghosted us. And. In those ten years, we would remark occasionally like whatever happened to Sarah. She got in touch last week. And it was literally one of the more exciting emails ever gotten those great. She says, hey, guys, listen to can you can your grandfather's. Dia short in your life. And this is from a while ago like two thousand nine or ten. Yeah. But that was a select episode. She heard it as a select and heard the thirteen year old version of myself get shout out. Well, guys, I'm now twenty one has been entirely too long explanation. She said her ipod broke way back then likely story. That's like the modern my daughter. My. About broke. So her ipod broke. It took a while to get back to get the smartphone. Once you got the smartphone. She listened here and there, but she said she was really busy with school. She's like I lost my self proclaimed title of superfan. Even though I dearly loved it admired you the entire time. The fun facts I learned throughout the years also came incredibly handy during my quiz bowl career. Sure. And throughout high school, so yes, I'm very much nerd currently. I'm a senior in college, which is even crazy for me to say, I'm back to being a regular listener. And boy that I miss you guys. I am so sorry we lost touch. She said I just wanted to. Thank you for continuing this podcast and consistently bringing new topics to light, you were also kind to that a little eleven year old version of myself. You inspired me to pursue every opportunity. I was given to learn you showed me that. There's always a story behind everything that I should always ask questions. And she's so got it. She got it man to go. That has always stuck with me in greatly. Shaped the person I ended a it's been amazing to watch. You all what you have? So she graduated in two thousand fifteen went on to study English and psychology at a small private liberal arts school. She traveled to Ghana she traveled to Scotland to study literature. Sure this Scotland Ghana she said aside from travel had a chance to lead on our campus was elected student government president this is all leading to like, hey, this is what happens when you listen stuff..
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"All right. So the park is going downhill in the nineteen sixties and seventies. We mentioned a few reasons another big reason was that. There was no no ownership. No one had ultimate responsibility. Right. Like, I feel like the buck was being passed all over the city. Holy no, one was happy about it. But there was no body in place to say, no, this is we gotta fix this now. And if you look pictures of central park in the seventies, man. Oh, yeah. And I mean, it was like all of New York. It wouldn't look like a wasteland. It was like the warriors in there. Yeah. Like, these classic places like the boat house and the skating rink or like graffitied and like trash everywhere just hard to believe broken. All replace the statue was being vandalized. It's like it is it is it's sad to see. But it's also unbelievable to see now that you know, what central park looks like just how bad it was in the seventies and eighties and interest sixties. It was actually there wasn't. Like, a Robert Moses champion, and it was starting to go downhill, but it was nothing like it was when they finally in the seventies. Where his like, whatever forget it. And it was kind of like that broken windows theory, leasing where once once you once you reach tipping point as it were it just kind of all just turns to garbage and that's central park in the seventies. And eighties was a great example of that. And it was considered like a really dangerous place that you did not want to be no after dark, and there was that very famous central park five case. Yeah. And everybody just found it so easy to believe that some teenagers had brutally attacked a woman left her for dead because it was central park. Yeah. I mean, you can't even be in there at certain hours now like they clear the park out. And I know this because I spent the night in the park for Shakespeare in the park tickets any lineup you hang out and party. With people right in line until I can't remember what time it was. But something like two AM and the cops come around, and they say everybody get up, and they walk you in order out onto the sidewalk in right there on I don't know if it was the east or west side, but they basically move the entire line out of the park. And then then you're sleeping on the sidewalk all night. And then in the morning, they come back, and they move you all back into the park right in line. And everyone just does it must have been a hell of a Shakespeare play. It was the most legendary what was wasn't the Segel every told you about that the Siegel? That's like Chekhov or something. Yeah. It doesn't mean. Everything is Shakespeare, it's just kind of makes it sound like that's just the name of the program. But it's this was the Siegel. Yeah. And it was the CEO with Kevin Kline Meryl Streep enjoyed John Goodman and Christopher Walken. Wow. Dilip Seymour Hoffman and George Seagal Natalie Portman. Wow. And. There was like two more directed by Mike Nichols. It was like one of the most legendary performances ever bet. And that's the one where I saw James Lipton wearing a inside the actors studio jacket. Oh. Oh. Like, you don't need to wear that..
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"But like you said that we need to follow up on it. I they had a bunch of rules in place that. Kind of kept it for the wealthier New Yorkers for sure. So like the history of central park is actually a history of class struggle in New York big time. And when it when it opened initially it was kind of like, thanks for the park chumps the taxpayer money. Yeah. And it was like if there was any kind of vent herb or orchestra band or anything like that it took place from Monday to Saturday because if you were labor if you're part of the working class the only day of the week, you had off was Sunday carriages were very much welcomed, and they made up something like fifty or sixty percent of the visitors arrived in carriages yet in the first decade. Fifty percent were in carriages. But like five percent of New Yorkers were wealthy enough to afford care. That says it all right? Exactly. So basically, it was kind of like a stay out kind of thing. They had a ban on group picnics. Yeah. That was a big ones though. Like, all these, you know, big immigrant. Families that love to get together. In large groups. None of that. Couldn't do it. Go to the cemetery. You couldn't ride around in a work cart? So like, yeah. Like if you had a high struck. Yeah. Sorry. Like you wanted to put your family in it to take him out for a Sunday drive note. None of those you had a nice carriage. So they're always all these rules that were enforced for a little while. And then finally the rest of New York, the other New Yorkers said, this is B S. Yeah. Let's let's loosen these up a little bit and they finally petitioned for some changes in central park. Finally in the eighteen seventies became a true public park. Yes. Like little by little us. When it started to ease on some of these rules, apparently olmstead was not a fan of children traipsing all over the grass. So he would have been none too pleased with family picnics and all of it on the. Great lawn. Yeah. Obviously that changed over the years as well. And since you know, mid eighteen seventy five in on it's been a series of progressive minded, people that have opened up the park in democratized it decades and decades, but it's also been kind of this push and pull like, okay how much for the people? Should we add some like a swimming pool? Yeah. Or like some like should we put the baseball stadium here? That was a proposal at one point in time..
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"I saw the Heisman part just queued that up. No. I just went to the movies waited went in watched Hodgman. Twenty thousand workers worked on central park Irish labourers German gardeners. Stone native Stonecutters native-born Stonecutters and. What does say how many? Yeah. Two hundred seventy thousand trees in trubs were planted. Yep. They move at the beginning. They moved like six million cubic feet of earth in out. That's crazy. Yeah. Just the the number of trees, and shrubs that were planted just mind boggling, and it was extremely expensive to there was something like a five million dollar price tag just to acquire the land. Yeah. Supposedly that's three times higher than what they projected the actual park was going to cost. Yeah. So that's like a hundred and fifty million dollars today, man. This is at a time when you know that was a that was a bunch of money to bash. But it was also I believe there's a financial panic that really made people say like, what's this is a crazy amount of money. What are we doing? But they pressed on the civil war broke out during during this the conduction, and so construction kind of tapered off for a while. And they went and fought the war, then everybody came back, and when they came back, they brought with them an understanding of explosives so that they were able to blow away rock a lot more easily than they were a war. If for sure and there is a of false rumor or a myth that is that what bridges at one of them was supposedly made of cannonballs. Yeah. The heart bridge. I can't remember what it was something bow bridge. Vo bridge the bow bridge is that the bow bridge. Yeah. It was supposedly up until like nineteen seventy four like every book. You could read said they had giant cannibals at his found at as as its foundation has like ball bearings. Because it was like expanded in contract. It so much because of the winters. No cannibals don't they did a renovation on it. So they're building this thing. They finally in eighteen fifty nine in the winter of eighteen fifty nine is when it first opened for public use and by eighteen sixty five that park received more than seven million visitors a year as a lot..
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"I'm like, okay. You're right is Lennie Briscoe standing there. So TV I've never seen an episode of that. So I guess we're even. Yeah. The show you've never seen an episode of the ten thousand episodes of law and order now. Oh, you're missing out, Chris noth, and what was Prisco's name Jerry Orbach, those two. Yeah. Benjamin Bratt was a close second to the Chris. No, Jerry Orbach thing. And then it just keeps going on like they were so good at all of them were just a mania. But yeah, a lot of stuff took place in central park. So I feel like I've been there. Here's what you do Minh. Next time. We go to New York. I know that we typically stay downtown stay up by the park. Well, let's just like get out in it. I've developed a taste for the Upper West side. But but but not the park. Right. You're so close I will go out. I'll take a hillock up. Out of my way, I like Lower East Side and Upper West side of my two favorites in New York Hatton. Interesting. Yeah. What you like lower side. I like it. All man. Oh, I mean, my very favorite part of New York York's the west village for shows. Nice. But I like the recited like it in the east village, still grungy. Is there such a thing as the lower west side Wall Street now like well? I mean, Wall Street's all the way down, but I would say like. I mean, I don't think it's called the lower west side. But like the meatpacking district. Okay. Yeah. Like like the high line. That's probably lower west side. Really great. Art galleries in the meat pack. Yeah. Oh, man play. When I first started going, New York that was when it was still shady of there, and like you would walk through like blocks and blocks of industrial meatpacking plants to get to the one bar that was opened the known art of Giuliani came in different clean, the place up. Well, just thank God for him. Right. So the design of central park greensward. Oh, yeah. Like if so much information to go right now should this two parter. I don't know let me ask you has our podcast gotten more conversational. This question aside. Hesitant. I don't know. Okay. I think we've always been conversational. Yeah. But I mean like, this seems like a pinnacle of conversation all let me say this. I think episodes one through four fifty or less conversations than four fifty through twelve hundred. Okay. But what about what about twelve hundred on? I don't know. All right. The greensward plan. If you didn't know anything about central park, you may be under the misconception that they just sort of squared it off in rake some things around and and it was like there's the park, right? And like, let's just protect the screen space. But it was highly highly highly designed, oh, yeah. And apparently, they used as much explosives as would later be used at the battle of Gettysburg supposedly more to blast away rock and move that rock can remember the glacier that moved all that down. That's a big problem when you're trying to build a park. Like planted hundreds of thousands of trees swamps that they couldn't drain they build in further to build like. Yeah. So it was and I don't think anyone really thinks that like, oh, they just walled it up and said now we have a park. But I don't think I even realized how highly it was designed, and which is probably a testament to their design because when you walk around your dislike it all fits, right? That's I mean, that's the thing. Like, they're they went to a lot of trouble to make it look so naturalistic that you just assume that that's what the land always look for and central park is actually highly managed highly designed Greenspace yet exists in rectangle that when you're in the center of it from my from what I've seen in order. You can't tell that. You're you're like in the middle of the city and that like, the the the roads, none of them are straight. They're all meant to curve. There's meadows that kind of like..
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"All right, choke. So I think by eighteen fifty three their head. I think in the eighteen fifties IRS like this drumbeat to have a park. Everybody wanted to park. Yeah. William Cullen Bryant was one of the big names who edited the Evening Post, which is now the New York Post, and he was a well known poet at the time in a beloved figure, but he definitely used the post as a platform to advocate for this Greenspace. Now, again, there's a lot of understanding in this day in age that the wealthiest New Yorkers wanted this park for themselves, basically. Yes, they wanted their new city that they had built to two rival Paris or London and needed a park. They wanted to go show off their carriages in the park, but they also advocated publicly for the park for the the working classes the middle class. They should have a place to to come and hang out in this. You know, this is America. Of course, everyone will be well. Adam it's a public park. It will be America's first landscaped public park. And so people really kinda got on board with this in by eighteen though that was kind of ally it was at least at first, but by eighteen fifty three I believe work started. There was a central park that had been designated land been designated for the central park by then right, right? And they had a contest a believe it was the first design contest in the country. A lot of firsts that said designer park. You gotta have a parade ground. Gotta principal fountain. Right. Gotta have a lookout tower got a skating arena. Sure got four cross streets K because people still gotta get through there somehow and in a palace. I'm sorry place for or Palestine not for an exhibition or a concert hall. Right. Very specific rules for this design contest. That. That was won by two gentlemen. Very famous now gentleman named Frederick law own stead and Calvert Vaux, I'm gonna VO. Okay. B U X. Yeah. Vow Vour VO, but definitely not vox vow. Always silent. Yeah. Those two submitted something called the greensward plan, and they won like that name and they won for a couple of reasons. One. Frederick law own stead was the superintendent of central park at the time probably didn't hurt. No. But he wasn't a shoe. And I believe his boss. I can't remember what position is boss would have had his boss submitted a plan to apparently, he invo they're playing this greens were plan that they submitted was just so obviously head and shoulders above every other design that was submitted that it was just clear like from the outset. Yes. These guys should win. And it was considered a a a work of art still to this day. Although they actually went onto design prospect park in Brooklyn lovely that's supposedly they're masterpiece over central park is prospect park. I mean, I love them both. Yeah. They're both great. I've never been to either of them. That's not true. No. I swear to God. I've never I park with you before. But I mean what? So okay, I walked like fifteen paces in central park. Right. It was just like we weren't in there for. Along right. That's that's really the only. Yes, I've never been in prospect park. Boy, I have explored. There's so much of it. But I bet you I've explored seventy five percent of the bottom fifty percent of central park. Well, I haven't been over like eighty sixth street a lot north of that. But that's where it gets a little more wild anyway. And that wild like the parties. But a little more little more wild as far as the design goes. Well, they're purposely. Yes, right. Okay. I'm glad you said perfectly because supposedly the bottom half of central park. So the part of the park itself has meant to vote New York state the bottom ham is much more urban refined trimmed I dunno. Sure. And it's been to reflect New York City, then as you get further up in the park. It's a little more wild. There's parties and coyotes all you know, poughkeepsie you've never been to Bethesda fountain. I don't believe I have I've seen ever been old house. Gating rink so many episodes of order I can't distinguish reality from fantasy. Oh, man. I'm like, I'm going into my memory..
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"They would call a bad names of just whatever I see. So who knows no one knows for sure where Seneca village came from the name at least go to was interesting. So sounds like Seneca villages. Great. It was it must have had fortune smiling on it throughout it's time. Right. Not true now. So setting village was in the way of the proposed park. Right. So let's get we'll just go ahead and cut to the chase here. Seneca village was they had to move which is sad because the community ended then when the when the state and the city moved in and said, this is this a city Leonel. You guys will have to move here. Some money for your land the community broke up. It didn't resettle a reform elsewhere. It was like ephemeral like that ephemeral New York site. It was it lasted for a few decades. Yeah. He knows peaceful and harmonious, and then it was gone because they had to move to make way for central park. Yeah. It took a couple of years of fighting the law. But eventually the law one out, and it was a this called in this article a violent clearing of Seneca village, like basically sent cops in there with their batons and like physically removed two people. Yeah. And there was a a big kind of media blitz in favor of moving everybody out. They were you know, derided as a shanty town of squatters and stuff like that. Yeah. Despite the fact that most of the people who live there are a lot of people who live their own their land in their houses and head for decades. Then they were they had just as much right to be there as anybody else, but the popular opinion of the public at the time was they were just squatting, and they should be forced to move. And it was totally justifiable that come in with police baton to clear them off the land in two thousand eleven that sort of weird silver lining is the institute for the exploration of Seneca village history. Got permission after ten years of trying. The central park conservancy to excavate a couple of sites in the village. And they went in there and excavated excavated two different homesites in on one. They found some artifacts. But it was clear that it had been already buried under central park. Whatever we've been built central park. Right. They they'd already dug it up when they did. Yeah. Yeah. The other one though was original. And they found the original soil of Seneca village at the former yard of Nancy more. Yeah. For t- neat, and they have two hundred and fifty bags of material to analyze now and soil samples and some artifacts to see what life was really like back, then so pretty cool. So they better get to it. That's right. I want we take a break. And then come back and talk about the puck K. Is it in Boston New? Yeah. What happened there?.
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"Hey, invoking to the podcast. I'm Josh Clark with Charles w Chuck Brighton. Jerry rolling over there. This is stuff. You should know. Was that a real staredown? Yeah. Jerry, Jerry, one because I was like I'm time for this any longer. That's pretty funny because this just sort of all the three of us. You guys are having staredown over nothing. You just over there. Grumpy like, KOMO gluco. I was just doing my saying. And then all I heard from you as nice job, Jerry. So like, you could see it share you gave it to her. I mean, Jerry one my friend, Billy the one who passed away from MS s that I talked about he and I used to do staring contest. But it was a certain face. We had to make okay, and you had to not laugh that was our steering contract. So we both make the certain face that he invented in the first one was to break in laugh, which was always me. Can you can I see the face? No, okay. That's fine. I've retired. I understand. Okay. Well, thanks for the story. Oh, by the way, very special listener mail coming up today everyone stick around for that. Whoa. Sarah, the amazing eleven-year-old fan. Eleven and he's reappeared everybody gosh, so delightful to hear from her. All right. So well, let's just get through this then central park central park. It's huge In New New York. York. It square. It's Rick Tanggula, Charles. All right. So let's talk about New York in. Between eighteen twenty one and eighteen fifty five. All right. The population of New York grew four times its size over that thirty four year period from fifteen people to sixty and they were crowded and people started moving further and further north like I like that was a funny joke. I just made. But you just said that the population of New York quadrupled over thirty years now thirty four years, and, you know, New York started at the south as far as people living there and kept going further and further north and Manhattan wise shirt to New York state come on. No, nobody Brooklyn to and poughkeepsie. No, no, sure. All the boroughs, the we're talking about the island of Manhattan, right? And things got so crowded that people would gather in scimitar Aries to socialize. Yeah. Those really weird. So we've talked about that before we like, I don't remember what episode was, but we saw this stuff. It might be ways or something park pizza. It might have been tombstones or something because we talked about cemeteries being designed to be park like because people will go have picnics and some men and be so all the material that has to do with central park makes it sound like that's all they had available where cemeteries if they wanted to go hang out and have picnics and Greenspace. Yeah. It was involuntary. Or if it was designed that way, you're both. But yeah, they it was either a a tenement or a commercial district or the cemetery. That was what you had if you were outdoors. Yeah. And I think I think it's not in silly. That's all you had. But like, maybe all you had that was close in accessible, sure. Like the cemetery is, you know, six blocks from my apartment, right? And also as you will learn much of. Mm not northern Manhattan. But yeah. Counting northern Manhattan, central Manhattan. Right. Where central park now is was gross swampland swampy rocky. You're not you're hanging out there. Anyway. Yeah. Forget the eighteen twenties. Let's go back to point six million years ago. Chuck, oh, there was an ice sheet over New York state that was two miles thick and it just so happened to terminate the termination edge the bowl the edge of it. Sure. Light went right through the bottom of Manhattan went through Brooklyn. And actually like all the heights and hills in in Brooklyn, that's because a that's actual hills right because glacier, pushed the ground up there. Because that's where it stopped growing forward. But as the glaciers were moving down south from the north they were pushing boulders and rocks and stones everywhere, and where they ended up and then finally retreated from they left all that stuff. We why they're bold. Others in central park. There used to be a lot more boulders. They're so much. So that the lane was just basically considered virtually unusable. Yeah. They weren't that area was not being developed anyway, which may it made it a a difficult task..