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Episode 17 · 1 year ago

Terry Dade's departure from the RCSD

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Marginalized groups can be the targetof negative beliefs, behaviors or judgments from others. On this show weseek out marginalized voices and perspectives and tackle some of theconflicts and issues these groups face. Now is the time to have your voice hurt.This is inside the margins with your Houst Matt, Wilson and Hello, and welcome to anotheredition inside the margins. I'm your host Matt Wilson, hy the crazy thingshappening. Tis we obviously Povit is still with us. We just had the NFL draft a few daysago, so ask you. Some live sports back on televiion sort of AEAN, no one'sactually play, but you know something relevant. That's actually new and a lotof things happening in the Rosher City School district, and we will haveupdates about that by the person who brings us our headline news, theheadline news that matters to you and your community: it's the minority,reporters patty singers good afternoon Patty, and that do you stay up at nightworking on segways. You know I I just become better at themas I've got along. I guess Ni now that I am oking with the profession. Well,thank you so much. Okay. So in the headlines, Wir minoredyrecorted this week, Jordan, Health Center at Holland, Street and Trulliamhealth on ten, no avenue or opening respiratory clinics forh their patients.The projects are in response to the number of blacks and Matinos who havecontracted Covid, nineteen and hospitalizations that are outerproportioned to those Commu populations in the community. The clinics are incollaboration with city Monro County and you are medicine, commissioner ofthe MINDERO Conty Department of Public Health, Michael Mendoza, said we haveenough experience in this community to know about disparities and look fordispaeties and to anticipate them and dress them and prevent them to theextent possible right now. The clitics are for existing patiente. They runfrom nineto three at Jordan. In Ninety four week days at Trilligam, there isplan to expand the trilium clinic to people who are not currently patients and talking about Prason, ethnicity andCovid Whenro County Department of Public Health is pledging more dataabout race and Eticity of people who died or were hospitalized as a resultof covid nineteen. Those numbers, the Comonty, puts those numbers out. Acouple times a week as of April seventeenth, blacks were sixty sixpoint: seven percent of patients in a hospital intensive care unit. Fifty onepoint: four percent of patients on Aventilator Latinos were twenty twopoint: two percent of ICU patients and...

...eleven point: Four percent of patientsn a ventilator according to data at that time, for the Minro CountyDepartment of Ohel and other Covid, nineteen updates, the University ofRochester Medical Center is to study antibodies and more data is sought onnursing homes. Researchers at your MC or steaking people who have had covidnineteen or think they have been exposed to the virus. For a study, themore diverse the group, the more the fininges can relate to the community asa whole. The knowledge could help develop that vaccines also guidegovernment officials and their decisions to reopen businesses byknowing how much of the population has been exposed. As for nursing bomesacross the state, Fham Wies, an apoxy groups continue to call for betterinformation about the illness. Among he, residents of the homes, the StateDepartment of Health Overseas nursing homes and assisted living facilities,county executive, Adam Bellow, said the county has developed a task force towork with homes to ensure they have enough personal protective equipmentfor residents and staff. He said the county is prepared to work withtemporary staffing agencies so that homes have enough workers to maintaincare when Ro County is sending up zerointerest loans to help small businesses until the company is fully back inbusiness. Officials want to make sure that there will be plenty of businessesthat remain to reopen again. countexecutive Adam Bello announcedzero interest long program for businesses with between two and fiftyfull time. Equivalente belongs, offer up to ten thousand dollars and can beused for such business expenses as working capital or payroll repaymentstarts January, two thousand and twenty one and the terms can be negotiated.Jesse Jacson rised the coronavirus as made incarceration of potential deathsentence. Prisons in jails are virtual patre dishes for the virus, so socialdistancing is impossible and sopen water often are t available.Correctional FFT officers have no choice but to mix with inmates, andmany inmates are poor, often with health problems and that make them morevulnerable to the disease. If the pandemic continues to spread throughprisons, he rate it. The toll in lives will soar outside of Covid Manro countylegislature has wiped out the antiharassment law n. They passed it.They passed the repeal by voicevote on April Fourteenth Minority Leader ofVincent Felder, said. After the repeal, this legislation was misguided, Wad andunconstitutional. From the beginning, the bill had been passed in Novemberalong party lines. It was signed by outgoing county executive Cherald denAffho on December second, just hours after three dozen people had spoken outagainst it. The language of the billprohibited harassment of a policeofficer, piece officer of First Responder in Monro County, wascriticized as being bage and opponent...

...fear that it would be applied unfairlyand effect. Mostly people of Color East high faces budget cuts, as the RCSDsuperintendent closes. A gap. Sschool Superintendent Terry Daypropose closing two schools: reducing staff across the board and cuttingabout six million dollars for east high school and his most recent budgetproposal for the two thusand and twenty one school year. Additional changeswere needed after the state did not increase funding for the district andproviding the same amount of money essentially created more of a whole forthe district. The deficit is, as I said, eighty seven million dollars coupledwith depicits in the previous two school years. The district has had toproclose a one hundred a D. fifty two million dollar short fall within BAPMOSS, donnal Williams, an Intin Thompson right in their editorial that one of the policies that the media haslargely neglected to cover is the impact of widespread forbearance. Thatis the term fom. When a mortgage servicer allows homeowners totemporarily pay at a lower rate or pause payments. During the COVID crisis,forbearance will serve as a significant relief from any middle and low income.Families, however, and unknown part of forbearance, is that althoughhomeowners around the country are receiving much needed, relieve lendersand services still have to pay the principal interest, taxes and insuranceon the homeowners behalf and given the nature of the business, it ispotentially fatal for non bank lenders. If a solution for NONI'm bankmorgatwenders is not found, the writers say that we could backtracknearly a decade of Housing, Games and relief efforts and require furthergovernment intervention to prevent a mortgage crisis. Like was seen in twothousand and eight and local writer. George Payne says that, long before thecoronavirus, anthropologist, Edward t hall research, the phenomenon of socialdistancing hall, concluded that the American culture is far more concernedwith private property, private spaces, well desonated boundaries and probablyany other in the world. painewright sat if Edward Hall were alive to day. Hewould not be surprised to find that a culture such as the United States couldnot only accept social distance in guidelines but find ways to embrace andtake advantage of them that, thank you so much but patty as usual, and don'tforget if you want the full versions of these stories and headlines that Pattyis just talked about. You can go to the minority reporter dot net to get thefull versions. You can also subscribe on that website as well, and if you goto our website at inside the margins Radiocom, there is a link to theminority reporter as well. So you can see that and you can also hear all thepast episodes of inside the margins on the site as well and again, it isimportant to always remember, to...

...support local media support local mediaoutlet. So if you do have the opportunity, please go ahead andsubscribe to the minority Minori reporter, and if you have anysuggestions or questions, you can also do that as well. You can send an emailto editor at minority reporter got net all right, we're going to go ahead. Anon take a quick break. Patty you stay right there. When we come back, we willtalk about Rochger City, school district budget issues and more righthere on inside the marges will be right back. Do you have a topic that you would likediscuss on inside the margins? We would love to hear from you. Please send yourthoughts, comments, more questions to inside margins at gmailcom. Welcomeback to inside the Margis, I'm your host Matt Wilson, all right Patty! Wegot a obviously a lot to talk about today. One one quick thing I want tomention is that one story you talked about. Excuse me inregardss to social tisesting. I thought that was kind of interesting, becausethat is I it's very true. I remember as a child, we knew our neighbors. We went to ourneighbor's house all the time when I was a kid when my parents weren't home,I was at the neighbor's house and thetwas hanging up with them. Until myparents got home and that's changed a lot, a lot of people don't even speakto their neighbors. So you're right, I think I'm not saying social disiscingis easy, but perhaps the fact that we've already kind of stayed toourwe're in that culture of staying Mor to ourselves today than we used to be,maybe that ated it a little bit whit Ou. What do you think about that thing?Airead, the whole Etor I don't want to have o o spoiler yeah sureeone of thethings to in social distancing is, is a proximity, so he writes that this theantropologist had said that Americans like their distance. So even if we aresocial, we remember- I don't know people remember that Seinfeld episodeof a close Talker, so we ras right up in your face, so I can remembertraveling to another part of the world and I went to buy a bus ticket and I'm standing what would be sort of theappropriate distance? I mean e arms, like Thi, can still reach to thecashier to write the money. Three people came in front of it, so there's the I guess. The not socialdistance in that culture, right acloshe is, is what is what's normal so, and thatis that's pointed out in Pan Esis antopologist noted that that he hadterms for Hai called I procet Proxeix Luximity to people so notice that, eveneven in your family, even if people that you can be feen in close potimityto know, what's what's considered the right distance to be from somebody. Ifsomeone's we have the expressions don't get in like fhanks right, yeap, amy, personal space right Rigt, so welike that kind of arms you o hold...

...somebod o. We have all theseexpressions for it, O get my face: arms lint. The way I mean this if juststarted thinking about he question, so we may be comfortable. Our culture maybe comfortable Despaa, but then look to it. Some ofthe things about social distancing and people talking about in Latinocommunity and a friend of mine also talked about in the Italian community.These are cultures that want to be close to people. ARTHESE are esarehugging. These are demonstrative cultures, so this may be harder incertain segments where you Yhou are used to showing your affection just during a lot BN right up in frontof somebody as part of your norm, this essayis about the American culture ingeneral. We have obviously we know we have portions of that culture soits forsome, it may be more difficult than the population as a fol to Adjustu or yeah,definitely definitely interesting information. I just sound thatfascinating all right, so I have to commend you Patte, because I know youwork hard and I know that the stories, the continuing ongoing saga, that isthe Rochter City School district, keeps you just crazy busy, so a bid night thatlast uy hat what Niy was that Thursday night up at night. So I just want to touch. I Mat I' justa little bit here, because I know that even though we are in the midst ofCovid and obviously that is the most pressing issue and everyone's liferight now, eventually school will reconvene and we will be back. You knowsending our children to the school districts to attend school. So there'sbeen some things happening in the school district.I know, there's ot been a lot of issues with the budget and that's that's put alot of pressure on getting things done and resolved at the and the Rochter city go schooldistrict, but it seems like Mr Dad now maybe saying bye bye. Isthat sound accurate to me? Yes, that would appear to be an so. You know it'sinteresting how it all came out. So the previous Wednesday. The story comes out that he is date islooking to get out of his contract so to me day, Tis a. How did this come outasking to me? He said. Basically it was. It was weeked and then the following day, Thursdaynight after Ford Meeting and Atra, should go back because therewas a time stamp on the corerwall on Hunson news release that they that they setout- and I didn't when you're writing a...

...story at eleven oclock at Niw. YouGEHSO, like the time stamp on he issuing bodies dus release for that,but so corall on Hudson district announced that they had hired Terry Daywhich to people by surprise I convesse I saw one of the local candidates, Seno Newsreally Sol around it, so I saw that ant about it was like t thirty last night,no mention of it at meeting, which was on the board had put on Facebook, socould watch the meeting. The thing I noticed about tha meeting last nightwat people were t e boards was very subdued conciliatory toward each other.There was not a lot of the back and forth that you see in mean, and youknow what and that's fine. This is democracy. Democracy is, can be uglyand messy and people can argue in debate, and even Dave has said you knowfamilies Aregu, but they come together and Te. The mats that's Fin. I thinkthats what people have expected from the board if it was in Evensheannowns was made an appearance last night and while he was very upset the weekprior to warn that his budget was going to be cut currently without you,knowing he also strunk a very conciliatory tone in the most recentmeeting saying we need to work together and move forward. I guess I you know. I guess I must have had my mo now my tenfoil helmet O as single. I blocking the signals you know yeah, maybe I'm a sceptical reporter. Iwant to believe the good in people sure you do want to believe that people eearnest honest and putting the right foot forward, because, as my motheralways said that the truth will will scelomons will fall out of the closet.Eventually things will you know the truth has a way of riggling free. So Iwant to believe that that what kind of what I see is what I get you know if you people could see if wewere at TV, people would see me Shroeris, Yo, Imsyo, Knoi, don't knowwhat to believe. I have a lot of questions. There's O timing here onthis and what's interesting to me US it te Waner school at the University ofRochester, which is the east o. The Educational Partnership Organizationfor East High was involved in the head Hunter Search, hm M, see and that that makes it. I thinkI was talking to you about this earlier before we started the show, not even in the rocster city schooldistrict, almost anywhere. If you start a position and you go there andthe situation is already pretty bad and all of a sudden because of things that are happening in the world,the situation is increasingly worse,...

...while you're there, and then you havethis opportunity, be percented to you to get yourself outof that situation and into green greater pastures. I guess you could say you're right, you there's that part ofme. That's, like you know, a good person like you know what I camehere to do a job to fix the situation. I'm going to be here and I'm Goingna,I'm going to I'm going to take care of this O we're going to we're going towrite this out, and I'm Gn do my best im to resolve this, but I know howpeople are, and unfortunately, people when you dangle that carrot or youdangle that dollar in front of them. Sometimes temptation is too big andthey take the opportunity. I'm not saying that that was the case here.Obviously I don't know all the facts either, but that's just kind of how itlooks to me. U Know You know hat I, you know what I mean in people and peoplewill go with their perception in the perception of every individual is theirown reality. Regardless of what fact you put what indispritable fact you youput in Fart of them, I don't know, I just have questions about the timelineyeah. For it I mean just look at and people can get athletes get out oftheir contract o contracts a the time tttat's not, and it was known it was. It was Terry daywas in a difficult situation,absolutely ou, sad more than once over the past few months to people afterwitnessing in person board meetings, I wonded, if, if he would stay through the through the right of thiscontract, I didn't think would be just ten months, but you know who knows, butit's just it's. I get my question, I'm curious aboutthe timing of it right and you know you wonder if its all got a little embarrassing forhim. If Cornwall jumped the gun right, you know its jis, you would. I don'tknow if, with I, O change jobs a lot in my career,but I've always been the one to tell my current boss. I was going to anotherper same here Yep, so you know see. You can now see me with like someweird expression on my face. I don't yeah I don T, I don't get the timing ofit and why they would maybe you know the Boyrdid go into executive session last night. Maybe it was done in executivesession. Somebody made a phone call. Yes, I told the board an you canrelease it again. I have to go back and look at the time stamp ton that if we were on commercial radio, I cando that during the Breck, but we're not soi an cornwallit's Conwell btome district. Ifsomebody wants to look that up for themselves, Colonwal sentral schooldistrict if they want to look at their website- and you know scroll throughand so and see the information on that. As we talk, I'm thinking about that esaid, executive session gain is allow into executive sessions. They talkabout personel matters in executie session, as well as other things.

Perhaps the announcement he told them,then the other question is: According to date's contract wordy to resign, which he apparentlyhas done. He just told the media, he he was going to say June thirtie Cornwellsays he's going to start in July. They didn't give a gate. The board can moveup his departure gate. They can make that effective the day they receivednation Lik, that's an option for the war. As of last night, I asked somebody fromthe Communications Department is day still the superintendent here answer unknow. So that's another thingthat people will be will be looking at. What night was that Thursday nightthrien days te days, todays run together a these stors borrol and youdo it. You work out F the story. Every single day I get confused, so Imissvote now I didn't got was that on a Suday night that was Itodi wor. Thatstory kept me up at night. yeahthat was Thursday. After the announcement of theboard meeting te days, all start to run together with covid anyway, Atas Gointosay with covid. You can't it's Today's Thurds Satur Fun Monday Sunday. So Idon't know what every night is Friday night and everyday, a Sunday Y. I look at it, so so yet so after theboard meeting on the twenty third, I asked somemuch from the communicationdepartment is day still a superintendent answer. Unknow right, sodid the board say Nice, knowing you we got to fix this budget. We Gan t, do iton our own. Now I don't know as a ban, and it still could be. You know this could be evolving overtime. Yeah. I think that's the biggest to me also. I think it's. The biggestquestion is who knew what, when you know what when was this, was the ractercity school district, already aware that this was happening? You know,after as he was making his thoughts and they just kind of released it now or is it wasn't a shockto everybody and they're kind of upset about it? WH, that's all went tounfoldand, we don't know exactly the specifics of who knew what but yeah. Ithink that I think it's important to because your made a good point Ihaven't. I haven't worked a million jobs in my life either ive usually staysomewhere for a predecent amount of time before I decide to go ontosomething else, but I always am the one to call them hey. You know I'm going tobe starting wherever I'm starting at such and such date so and to giveeveryone proper time to make adjustments for my leading and perhapsreplacing me in that position as well. Didn't does not seem like this has gonedown as smoothly as it should have. No, and you know, and the thing to lookat is so what happens? He's evidently gone, but you knowwhat's, even if, even if he were to...

...stay o June thirtie he's G he's goneright and it's like it's like I don't know. Is this a case of seniorritousGTRIGT you know for for somebody there is. There is work. There is work to bedone and you said there is still pandemic training that has to be done. PENDEMIC TRAINEpandemic planning. That has to be done as well as the fudget. So, while we're talking, you know what I mispoke, there wasn'treally a time stamp on this. It just said on April Twenty Third Thi CentralCormal Central School district. I thought there had been when I ad lookedat it again. Wait Thursday IG. I thought the had been a time stamp onthat and I'm not I'm not seeing one. It was just done onI'm the twenty Thir, so I mean there's still work to be done. There's candemicpreparation yeah to do thes reopening of school to do there is budgeting to do you know which makes me think in theshort term. Do you need to bring somebody in who knows the district atMea is that Shanelmes Ho knows the district, but east high has its ownissues right, Yepyou're, absolutely correct, and- and that's the big pointto it's- not like it's just a a simple transition. There's a there's so muchgoing on right now, Ecaus it ands just on top of each other. So you you want to make it as smooth aspossible and to me it would make they would only make sense to bring somebodywho already has some sort of knowledge base in regards to what's happening.There itd be tough to bring a complete outsider into that organization and say:Okay, here's all the stuff that we got to deal with come on. Let's go, let'sdo this! Well, you know it outsad. They brought in outsider and Yeah Wook. Whathappened now te Trthe Board's going to get an outsider in the form of theMonitor state, so there is going to be an outsider coming Er yeah, it was okay,so you mead the Tean lead right. You go N, you go back! Knowing what you knowyou, you recast history or everything: Prieof Thact, kids in a new life, so at one point on a board meeting. They werediscussing because of this EPL, this educationalpartnership organization and receivership that East high one into because of that agreement. It created a superintendent of EastHigh School. So at the meeting Willow Powell was mentioned. The factthat the receivership agreement created to superintendente and the friction for lack of a better term thatwas seem prior week, the budget she expressed the thought that it wassurprising it had gone on. We hadn't...

...seen it for five years that was sort ofa the flash plan forit. But in the clear light of day I think h wasther something about that statement that was Pressian two superintendent.Why we need to Superintendente? well, that's the receivership with we I'mgoing down O place. No one's Gong here, don't an with this one: do they rewrite thereceivership agreement to make one superintendent and is that shon upthat'm just guessing right? Speculation is all we can do right now and alisteting with no sports on TV. This is what we git yeah. That's that's very true Hoh! Well,I I gue said you do an amazing job. I know this is this: has kept you busyit's going to continue to keep you busy, so I appreciate all the hard work youdo and because I appreciate you so much patty, I'm going to mention one moretime make sure you go to the minority reporter that net to see the fullversions of all these stories and I'm sure anything else that's unfoldingwill be available on that site as well, and the best way to get the informationis to subscribe to it. Not that's what I do. I have a subscription asdelivered to me virtually and you can also get a hard copy, so I suggest youdo that. Go to minority reporter that net to set yourself up with thesubscription. A keep yourself informed. Patty is always I thank you. You are aDevy of information and you always bring a lot of of good news. Not I'm not saying goodnews but good, but well, and well, well, research news that to the table, I Iappreciate it Hematt. Thank you all right. Coming up next, I have my ownpersonal project that I'm going to share with you we'll talk about thatlater after the break, this is inside the margin. Do you have a topic that you would likeo discuss on inside the margins? We would love to hear from you. Pleasesend your thoughts, comments, more questions to inside margins at gmailcom. Welcome back to inside the margins, I'myour host Matt Wilson, all right. So a lot of the news that's been outrecently is obviously been covid related news and you know that can be thay can wear on you a little bit right.A lot of that news. I mean the news is begining to get better. It looks likewe're heading in the right direction. The curve has been flattened, we'reseeing less cases here in New York so that mad fifteenth date is looking,maybe more like a possibility for things to actually begin to startopening up. So I guess that's good news, but still, if you listen to the news,all the time, you're probably beaten down by Covid Nineteen News, so I Idecided I want to do something a little fun a little different. Usually I play clipfrom the Rock city showcase right now, but we took up. We took a week offbecause we wantto what you decide. What...

...we want to do with our next show. Mostly it's. We usually have some sort of gueststhat we interview for the raxity showcase, but I'm going Ta do a special. If you know me, if anyone knows me a acraft, beer, Enthusiasti, lovof craft beer, I mean absolutely love it andafter I got done working a shift on the weekend, EA, that's right what we canto after I got to work in a shift on theweekend. I stopped by one of my favorite crat Brewris brwery spots,three heads brewery to pick a big rowler. Obviously you can't hang outthere and now you can you can they still do grabbing goals, which is greatand after a long day, lookn like a tasty beverage, to end your day and Ipicked up a growler one of my favorite ones right now to summer this is summertype drink. It's called the prickly par sour. It's only fivepoint three or something mabv. So it's not it's nuceally strong, it's a veryeasy sipping beer and it's one of the souars, which I think is. If you are. Iknow I'm talking like a beer keek right now, which is probably not helping anyone if you're,not a beer enthusiast, but it's it' certainly is a beer, that's garedtowards summer and easy drinking. So I decide you know what IA I've beendrinking crack beer for a long time for a very long time actually and I've seen the process of it being maybeformaybe years ago, but I've never actually had a hand in trying to make beer of my own.At any point, because I leave that to professionals I'm one of those people-you know I like to cook, so I will try cooking I'll, try new things on thegrill, an whatnot, but as far as making my own beer, not really s reallynervous about doing that, but recently my wife, actually for our pastanniversary, she brought me a home brolling Kit tat's from this companycalled Mr Peeers a small low contraption, but it comes with a package that lets. Youmake your own IPA and I have friends, even my friend Rashita who's, a the programsdirector at wxr. She makes delicious things like egnogs and stuff and t bythe way, I'm next holiday rechive. If you liten me the show, I will be askingfor another battle of of Agnag. I was delicious but yeah, so I am going to Ashley Brak Break Open this, Mr BeerKit, and I'm going to try to make my own beer. I mean I'm at home, notlike. I have a lot of other things. Tat, do I mean I do work through the weekstill, but I work from home and I'm at...

...home a lot so figure, that's somethingI can. I finally have time to try. So I'm going to make my own IPA with thishome brewing kit and I'm going to document the process and it's going tobe available on our podcast on the roxity showcas, so you'll be able it'sgoing to be. Maybe a two or three week process, so hopefully, by that kind, isover. Well actually have some more good news with this covid thing, but for anyany of you, whoever considered possibly making your ownpeer. I am this here's, the warning. I am a complete amateur at making beer, I am a completeamateur at making beer, so I'm not trying to teach you the best ways tomake beer. If you really want to learn the proper process to make por, Iwould suggest you reach up tha people at like warbox or three heads or rockcity bewing or any of those kind of places because they make theyprofessionally make great beer. I've never made beer in my entire life. I'vebeen drinking beer, probably for the last on't know almost twenty years, probablymore than twenty years, but I have not yeah more than twenty years, but I'venot been. I've never tried to make my own beer. So don't look to this as thebest tips. I just want to see. If I can do it that really it's just I'm curious,I want to see if I can do it and if it comes out great, maybe I'll share a fewbottles with some of my friends and who actually drink beer, and they can tellme what they think of it as well and we'll give the reactions and everything.So that's going to be on the rock city, showcase podcast. You can find the raxity showcasepodcast pretty much anywhere. You get your podcast, it's actually becomingpretty popular which I'm happy about. But if you go to itunes or the toinradio, APP or Ihart media, because I'm Google also whatever pretty muchwherever you get your podcast, you can get the rock city showcase podcast, soit'll be on that. Also we're going to probably I want to make sure you see ittoo, so we're probably going to have e rock city showcase, either instagram IGTV or Youtube TV,one of the two I haven't decided yet, but once once I decided how we're goingto show it I'll. Let you know, obviously just you can follow me on onmy facebook page or my instrampage at Radio Matt, Wilson and I'll postinformation regards so that there maybe we'll create a a roxiy showcasefacebook page to just just lazy man. I, I guess thop being lazy, now I'll makeI'll make a I'll make a pace, pook page for that show, but all right we do havesome pretty great guest line up for the...

...rock a showcase, including volatilehe'll, be on the show Sootin to so check it out. Also you can catchreplayrs of this show as well on the same formats wit's. We also haveat n podcast for him and all the other networks that we talked about appleitones. Google play, I hurt radio, it's on allof them, so also. Why am I not mentioning this? We do have our ownwebsite as well. All of this is going to be there. It's inside the MERGIN'sRADIOCOM Igan, that's inside the margage RADIOCOM. You can find all thisstuff there as well. All Right, hang in there you if You'e made this far, you could makeit a few more weeks, but and no things have been tough just hanging there. I'mstruggling with you we're gotg the same things that you are so I feel Yo trustme. I do but we'll get through this together, all right, Tulk, O Yot nextweek. Until then mat this is inside the mergers. Rigo Seeyou next time, do you have a topic that you would likediscussed on inside the margins? We would love to hear from you. Pleasesend your thoughts, comments or questions to inside margins at gmailcom.

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