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"albuquerque" Discussed on Soonish

Soonish

02:52 min | 2 weeks ago

"albuquerque" Discussed on Soonish

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"albuquerque" Discussed on Soonish

Soonish

07:26 min | 2 weeks ago

"albuquerque" Discussed on Soonish

"Later, I got in touch with Reyes Padilla, and we had a similar conversation about his roots as an artist, and his unusual method of working. I was born and raised in Santa Fe New Mexico. I am a visual artist. I primarily work in abstract and muralism. I focus on synesthesia, which means I can see sound and I paint basically what I'm saying while I'm listening to music. So a lot of my work is inspired by sound. I've been a full-time artist for almost 7 years. The first public meal really was in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and a little borough called Braddock. And, you know, I've had work go all over the country to multiple parts of the world, mainly I've done work in New Mexico. Do you listen to music mostly while you're painting because the sound is more organized in a way? I'm just kind of speculating here, but is it easier to paint or rap song than it would be to paint a traffic jam? For example. Oh yeah, yeah. I mean, I like painting the hip hop because there's a repetitive beat to it. And it's easier to lock into a certain visual. But yeah, I mean, I can't paint to a traffic jam or I've done pieces that are based in silence and meditation because there's still a visual element to that. So, you know, I definitely tap into any kind of sound, there can be, but, you know, personally, I'm just painting to whatever my mood is, you know, at that time. Let's zero in on plus it on Luis just so that people have a little better understanding of what this mural looks like. Could you tell us what colors and forms you use? I would describe it as like responding to the architecture using colors that reflect the New Mexico landscape. I mean, it really is very much myself, you know, it's kind of like a self portrait in a way. But it also represents the way I feel about New Mexico, you know, I wanted people to see these colors like that emphasize the New Mexico landscape. And almost blend in with it. So the colors I used were black Turquoise metallic gold and white. The Turquoise and the gold definitely emphasizing the sky and the sun. Which is New Mexico in a nutshell, but also the sand, and then we have very little light pollution here, so we get absolute darkness as well. So that gradient reflects the nature in New Mexico. What kind of feedback have you gotten about the mural? I've gotten amazing feedback. It's been one of the more noticed pieces that I've done. People are very excited that it's an old town. While I was painting it, you know, people who were around for the tourism season were really cheering it on. They were excited about it. They were taking pictures. So yeah, I've heard nothing but positive feedback on my end. I don't know if anyone would tell me directly if they didn't like it, but yeah, it's just, I mean, both murals in general have gotten a huge amount of praise and especially when people know that there's a conflict with them. People have been extremely vocal in their support to keep the murals. So, back to the conflict. In January, Reyes and Jodi found out that the landmarks commission wanted both of their murals removed. And Jodi says it was hard not to take that decision personally. What they're doing is, in order to try to preserve this facade, it feels like reversing time. We're going backwards. And we're not validating the rich art culture, which we've grown from the roots up and really nurtured. And here we are, because of this bureaucratic misunderstanding, now we're sacrificing something really important that is going to really upset the public. It's going to upset me and Reyes, of course, the owners Don Luis, but if anything, that reflects how we treat our artists and how we treat our culture, the people that are really fighting to preserve our culture and really trying to put our state on the map by representing who we are and putting our work out into the world. And then, you know, this is how we're treated in our backyard. This is where we need to talk about the bureaucratic misunderstanding Jody just mentioned. Back in early 2021, when the renovations at the basket shop and Plaza Don Luis were about to begin, the Plaza's owners and architects met with city planning staff and with officials from Albuquerque's department of arts and culture. Riddle says they'd all read the historic preservation guidelines for old town, and there wasn't anything in them that specifically prohibited murals. But they still wanted to make sure their plans were kosher. Yeah, so the mural point directly actually is not clearly outlined. They don't describe murals, and that's the big change. We actually had reached out to arts and culture from the city that said what permit do we need to do a mural and they said there's no permit needed to install a mural on private property. Go ahead. So at that point in time, with way marks not defining the exterior painting or murals and what we understood and what our architect understood, we felt there was a green light in that there was no guidance or anything otherwise stating that this was not allowed. So they went ahead with the renovations and commissioned Jodi and Reyes to paint the murals. It wasn't until after everything was finished that riddle found out that there had been a huge communications breakdown. Plaza Don Luis lies inside a historic preservation district called HP O 5. Which is the same district governing the San Felipe church and the central Plaza. And within the boundaries of that district, building owners have to apply to the landmarks commission for something called a certificate of appropriateness before they can modify any structure. Even if it isn't a historic or so called contributing structure. Riddle says no one in the planning department or the arts and culture department, or the landmarks commission,.

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"albuquerque" Discussed on Soonish

Soonish

05:17 min | 2 weeks ago

"albuquerque" Discussed on Soonish

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"albuquerque" Discussed on Soonish

Soonish

07:32 min | 2 weeks ago

"albuquerque" Discussed on Soonish

"You're listening to soonish. I'm wade Roush. My murals called new Mexican resilience. And it's a cactus flower, cactus flowers grown in the desert, and they blossom and they flourish despite their circumstances. Like the new Mexican people. This is Jodi Herrera. She's a mural artist based in New Mexico. And we've done that beautifully. And that's what it's supposed to encapsulate. And then also transformation. The butterfly and how we've done that, how we've grown. How we've come to where we are today. This is an episode about butterflies and cactus flowers. But it's also about public art, and what happens when art turns up in places where people may not expect it. In the last few months, Jodie Herrera and another New Mexico muralist named reya's Padilla have gotten caught up in a debate about the place of contemporary public art in a city that's trying hard to preserve what's left of its architectural history. I'm talking about Albuquerque, New Mexico. That's where I spent some time back in March. And that's where the city's landmarks commission is due to decide this month. On whether a pair of murals that Jodi and Reyes created last year in the city's old town district should be destroyed. The commission ruled back in January that the murals violate city guidelines designed to preserve old town's historic look and feel. But that ruling got appealed, and then it got sent back to the commission. And now they're about to decide whether to affirm it or reverse it. This whole story started out as a minor misunderstanding between the city and the new owners of a shopping complex called Plaza Don Luis. Over some paperwork that didn't get filed in time. Which is the kind of thing that usually wouldn't get much notice beyond page three of the local newspaper. But the commission's ruling in January, escalated into a larger debate. That's drawn in the Albuquerque arts community and business owners, along with the voices of more than 1500 petitioners from all over the country. News 13s annually supporto is live in old town tonight with that story on Lisa. Well, this is just one of the murals done by a local artist this summer that the city says it needs to come down. But the owners of the Plaza say they won't paint over it without putting up a fight. A petition with nearly a thousand signatures to keep the artwork didn't sway the city. Artistic wall murals were not part of the artistic or cultural style of that period. The two sides walking the fine line on how to revitalize old town, while preserving it. From one perspective, the question at stake is whether there's a place for vibrant new art. In a part of Albuquerque, where the city decided long ago, to try to preserve the look and feel of a Spanish Pueblo revival town square from the 1880s. The question is, also, whether that space has room for diversity. In this case, for the expressions of contemporary artists of Latino and Native American heritage. And of course, all of this is unfolding in a part of the world that was inhabited by native peoples for centuries, before European settlers arrived. And that was claimed by Spain and then Mexico, and then the United States. And where there are deep scars from centuries of conflict, over how these multiple cultures should overlap and coexist. So yeah, on one level, it's just a story about a couple of murals. But I got interested because of what the story can tell us about the ongoing tension between preserving the past and creating a future with room for everyone. And about how city government functions and sometimes malfunctions. And maybe about how communities can get better at deciding together what kinds of values they want to embed and express through their built environment. If the landmarks commission does decide that the murals have to be painted over, they'll be acting in defense of some seemingly sensible policies that aim to keep Albuquerque connected to its history. But the reality is, destroying the murals would be seen by the arts community and the Latino community of Albuquerque as an act of literal cultural erasure. A couple of weeks ago, one of my favorite tech writers, Charlie wardell, was tweeting about all the drama over whether Elon Musk was going to buy Twitter. And I had to laugh when Charlie wrote, quote, the rule of being alive right now is to not bet against the dumbest possible outcome. Well, turns out Charlie was right about Twitter. If the Albuquerque murals get destroyed, that will be the dumbest possible outcome of this case. But that hasn't happened yet. There's still time to talk it through. And that's what we're going to do today. Before I dive in, just a side note, this story will make a lot more sense if you've seen the actual murals. If you live in Albuquerque, you can drive down to Plaza Don Luis in oldtown and check them out yourself. If you don't, just go to our website. Soonish podcast dot org. And check out the web post for this episode. Okay, let's start by meeting the instigator of this whole story. Yeah, so my name is Josh perito and noisy water winery. We're based over at us in New Mexico. I went through K through 1200, so I'm very much in New Mexico. Ruidoso is in central New Mexico, and it's named after a creek that ran through the town called the Rio Rio dosso, which literally means the noisy river, or noisy water. Riddle wanted to open a place in old town where he could serve and sell his wines. For decades there was a law on the books in Albuquerque against package sales of alcohol in the old town neighborhood. Riddle worked with his fellow wine growers and brewers to get that law changed. And that cleared the way for local wineries and breweries to bring some new businesses into the district. Which it definitely needed. Soon after I moved back in 2018, I went and did my Christmas shopping in old town and had no problem finding a parking space. It was pretty empty. This is rosemary Dudley, who goes by Rosie. She's an urban planner, and she's the chair of the Albuquerque landmarks commission. We're going to hear a lot more from her later in the show. And I was really struck by that. Where are the shoppers? It is Christmas time. And this is pre-pandemic. I think whatever we can do as city representatives and leaders to encourage positive investment in old town, the better. So here's the deal with old town. It's the original site of the Spanish village of Albuquerque, which was founded in 1706 by the governor of a province of the Spanish Empire called Santa Fe de nuevo Mexico. The village was built in a grid around a central Plaza or park. And the street layout is pretty much the same today. On the north side of the Plaza, there's a beautiful 18th century church called San Felipe de niri. And on the other three sides, there's a mix of wood and Adobe buildings, with covered sidewalks. Most of them have been turned into shops and restaurants. There's also one storefront that serves as the headquarters for a business that takes people on Breaking Bad bus tours around Albuquerque. It's a fun place to walk around. But as a functioning town center, the area probably peaked around 1880. That's when the atchison Topeka and Santa Fe railway reached Albuquerque. They built their depot two miles to the east. The neighborhood around the depot became the city's new downtown, and even today that's where you find.

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Rescue underway of 21 aboard tram that got stuck overnight

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 5 months ago

Rescue underway of 21 aboard tram that got stuck overnight

"Twenty twenty one one people people were were stuck stuck overnight overnight on on new new year's year's eve eve in in two two cable cable cars cars in in the the mountains mountains of of Albuquerque Albuquerque New New Mexico Mexico and and the the weather weather is is making making the the rescue rescue of of one one of of them them who who was was riding riding alone alone very very difficult difficult coming coming in in with with one one more more the the Burnley Burnley county county sheriff's sheriff's office office had had to to use use their their helicopter helicopter to to rescue rescue the the twenty twenty people people all all workers workers at at Sandia Sandia mountain mountain but but that that was was only only after after the the car car had had been been moved moved to to a a support support tower tower where where search search and and rescue rescue were were able able to to climb climb up up Saturday Saturday morning morning use use ropes ropes and and other other equipment equipment to to lower lower the the people people eighty eighty five five feet feet to to the the ground ground and and then then hiked hiked them them to to a a clearing clearing where where helicopters helicopters could could airlift airlift them them down down the the mountain mountain Jamie Jamie fuller fuller is is with with the the sheriff's sheriff's office office ultimately ultimately a a good good ending ending to to a a pretty pretty scary scary situation situation officials officials say say icing icing on on cables cables because because the the cars cars to to get get stuck stuck I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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12 American Cities Broke Homicide Records This Year -- Each One Led by Democrats

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:51 sec | 5 months ago

12 American Cities Broke Homicide Records This Year -- Each One Led by Democrats

"News. 12 American cities broke annual homicide records this year every one of them led by Democrats, Philadelphia topped the list, surpassing 500 murders as of November 26th, breaking last year's numbers. Rounding out the top 5 Indianapolis, Columbus, Louisville, Baton Rouge. Others in the dirty dozen. As just the news dot com reports, where Albuquerque, Tucson, Portland, Rochester, Toledo, Austin and St. Paul, Minnesota. Chicago still leads the nation in total homicides for the year. And the fact is, every single one of these cities is led by

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Who Killed Lois Duncan's Daughter: The Murder of Kaitlyn Arquette

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

01:58 min | 8 months ago

Who Killed Lois Duncan's Daughter: The Murder of Kaitlyn Arquette

"Lowest. Dunkin would receive a phone call. That would change her life forever. Caitlyn had been shot twice in the head while driving near downtown albuquerque and was in the hospital in critical condition less than twenty four hours later. Caitlin was dead and lois duncan found herself. Living the kind of nightmare. She had devoted her life to writing about. Lois would spend the next three decades trying unsuccessfully to unravel the mystery of her daughter's murder. Here's what we know about the crime around eleven pm on july sixteenth. A plainclothes detective drove by a car. That had hit a pole off the side of the road. On the corner of lomas east broadway near downtown albuquerque. There was a vw bug. Stop next to it. He saw no one at the site of the crash so he kept driving. I'm sorry what. How is it crashed car and another one right next to it at eleven o'clock at night not cause to stop an investigate. Common sense finally kicked in and the officer radioed end to see if the crash had been reported yet it hadn't so he decided to turn around and see. If i don't know a citizen might need help. By the time he got back to the scene of the crash the vw was gone. Oops am i right instead of the vw. Now some random guy was standing near the crash car when the detective asked what he was doing there. He said he just happened to be passing by turns out the reason. The officer didn't see anyone in the crashed car when he drove by without bothering to stop was because the driver had been shot twice in the head and was slumped over the wheel and she was still alive. This was kaitlyn arquette. Lois duncan's eighteen year old daughter.

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A Stroll Through Racing History: September 11th

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

01:57 min | 9 months ago

A Stroll Through Racing History: September 11th

"On september tenth. Two thousand one keeneland association in lexington kentucky opened its annual september. Yearling sale a colt by leading sire storm cat. Top the opening session at five point. Five million dollars the final crop of legendary sire. Mr prospector was attracting considerable interest. As well it was business as usual but the following morning as handlers presented yearlings to prospective buyers in the bar area and as consigners were busy rushing updates to the sales pavilion images of coordinated terrorist attacks on the united states began. Filling newscasts being streamlined. On television monitors located throughout keeneland sales complex there were horrific images from new york from washington dc and from pennsylvania the nation was thrown into chaos on the keeneland sales grounds individuals who only moments earlier had been preoccupied with selling and buying horses suddenly stopped. They stared in disbelief struggling to comprehend what was unfolding on the east coast. Keeneland officials immediately announced that the start of the sale will be delayed by one hour but then as the depth of the attacks became more fully known. The decision to the way became a decision to postpone with keeneland. The mount saint that the sale would not continue until the following day at the earliest given that it was tuesday. Only eleven tracks across the country rescheduled the host. Live racing the downs at albuquerque delaware. Park fairmount park fair. Plex finger lakes great lakes downs. The meadowlands mountaineer racetrack philadelphia park prairie meadows and sunray park all eleven canceled. Most racing facilities would remain closed the following day as well at keeneland the president. Nick nicholson announced the formation of a red cross relief fund. It raised one hundred thirty thousand dollars within the first twenty. Four hours in the midst of the shock. Anger and sadness. There was also a stronger sense of community beginning to emerge

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US Justice Department Sues Texas Over Abortion Ban

NPR News Now

00:48 sec | 9 months ago

US Justice Department Sues Texas Over Abortion Ban

"Sued taxes today over the state's new law that effectively bans abortions after pregnancies. Six week as the court battle heats up. kt z. Logics casey ellington reports abortion providers in surrounding states are seeing an influx of patients from texas abortion. Clinics in new mexico are already booked with texans. Colorado is also experiencing patient load spillover. They coward is the president and ceo of planned parenthood of the rocky mountains which serves both states she says the impacts of the new texas law were immediate on the day that law went into effect. We only had texas patients in our albuquerque. All center coward says the albuquerque clinic is now booked well into october solely with residents from its neighboring state planned. Parenthood of

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Bob Odenkirk Back on 'Better Call Saul' After Heart Attack

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 9 months ago

Bob Odenkirk Back on 'Better Call Saul' After Heart Attack

"The star of better call Saul is back at work after a health episode is back on the job six weeks after suffering a heart attack he has tweeted out a photo of himself getting made up to play the title character in the AMC series announcing his own return in the Tweedy says he is happy to be here and living this specific life surrounded by such good people he even gave a shout out to make up artist sherry Montesano soap making him quote not only for shooting holding crickets fifty eight he had what he described later that's a small heart attack on the set of the show in Albuquerque New Mexico on July twenty seventh I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"albuquerque" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:12 min | 9 months ago

"albuquerque" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Albuquerque. Despite that there were some good performances from the switchbacks. And I will task my broadcast partner as I do each and every game with naming a better business bureau, man of the match. Look on the bright side of things. Roland, who you got. Well, I think an honorable mention has to go to a broad re guez because, yes, Okay. The switchbacks gave up three goals. But there was very little that Abe could have done on any of those. He made some terrific saves. It could have been much more for New Mexico United were it not for some of those saves. Maybe Rodriguez. But I thought the best player on the field and the match was a player who only got 70 minutes. And that was Thomas among I thought his physicality his speed his his vision at times really led the switchbacks forward, especially in that first half. I thought he was an outlet. I thought he was really strong. He was really courageous in his play. I thought Thomas among was the best player. He just kind of ran out of gas, and you can understand why he was a little bit isolated. At times during that match, But I thought Thomas Ammann was really a handful for New Mexico United to deal with and I was really impressed with this play. Well, there he is. Thomas among the better business Bureau. Man of the Match, read verified customer reviews and check business ratings at BBB dot org one last break. When we come back, we'll look ahead to Wednesday. I guess the best thing about what happened tonight is that the switchbacks have a quick turnaround. They can put this out of their mind and focus on real monarchs. SLC Chat a little bit about them and close up shop on this Saturday night here on extra sports 1300. Listen to the switchbacks an Alexa just say Alexa open extra sports 1300. Wrapping up your switchbacks Postman Show here on extra sports. 1300 switchbacks Fall in Albuquerque by a final of 322. We can Suggs..

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3 Officers Wounded in Shootout in Albuquerque

Sean Hannity

00:18 sec | 9 months ago

3 Officers Wounded in Shootout in Albuquerque

"Three Albuquerque Police officers were shot on another was injured while responding to a robbery. Police chief Harold Medina says one of the officers was hit in the chest above his vest and is in critical condition. One officer was shot in the arm while another was saved by his bullet proof vest. The fourth officer was injured by shrapnel or

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Student fatally shot at Albuquerque middle school

AP 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | 10 months ago

Student fatally shot at Albuquerque middle school

"The first week of school for the Albuquerque public School system and a child about 13 years old is dead after a shooting in a middle school student who fired the weapon is in police custody right now. Pending our investigation. Audio courtesy of K O A. T T

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Student Fatally Shot at Albuquerque Middle School

Mark Levin

00:35 sec | 10 months ago

Student Fatally Shot at Albuquerque Middle School

"In Albuquerque, New Mexico, say a middle school student was shot and killed by another student during lunchtime at Washington Middle School. Both are 13 years old. The victim was killed. The shooter was taken into custody. Albuquerque Deputy Commander Kyle Heart socks says It's not clear if any other students were going to be targeted. Remember, an atheist police officer quickly responded near moments after it occurred and took law enforcement action that definitely Uh, stopped any, if anything further was going to happen. It was immediately stopped by the police officer who was at the school. He was asked if bullying may have led up to the shooting and said they were investigating

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Student Fatally Shot at Albuquerque Middle School

The Ramsey Show

00:22 sec | 10 months ago

Student Fatally Shot at Albuquerque Middle School

"Shooting in New Mexico leaves a middle schooler dead. Albuquerque Police responded to Washington Middle school Friday afternoon, where one male student shot another. Both are 13 years old. The victim was killed. The shooter was taken into custody. Albuquerque deputy Commander Kyle Heart socks says It's not clear if any other students were going to be targeted. He was asked if bullying may have led up to the shooting and said they were investigating that

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Hot air balloon crash in New Mexico kills at least 4 people, critically injures 1

Glenn Beck

00:11 sec | 11 months ago

Hot air balloon crash in New Mexico kills at least 4 people, critically injures 1

"Fatalities in New Mexico after the crash of a hot air balloon. Albuquerque police say four people died this morning. One other person is critically hurt. It appears the balloon hit a power

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Heading To The Airport (MM #3736)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Heading To The Airport (MM #3736)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation, if you're thinking of heading to the airport, I'd actually advised against it right now. Now, a couple of weeks ago, I might have said, well, you shouldn't go to the airport because of covid-19 and it's still not really that safe to travel even though people have been doing it and even throughout the pandemic. But now and even scarier reason not to go to the airport and travel as all of these planes that have been diverted because of trouble in the air, we had one that was supposed to go from LA to Nashville last week and it didn't even make it to like Albuquerque before they had to subdue. Someone who was causing troubles, somebody took another dead flight out of Los Angeles and started causing problems there and they were an off-duty flight attendant. Don't know what was going on. Don't know what other problems are. I know some of them, of course being about people wearing masks but heading to an airport right now, not going to be a fun experience. Not like it was even before the pandemic TSA needs more agents. Now they're asking office Personnel to pitch in until they can find more people. I don't plan on heading to the airport any time soon, if you can avoid it you may want to still for a while dead.

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Heading To The Airport (MM #3736)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Heading To The Airport (MM #3736)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation, if you're thinking of heading to the airport, I'd actually advised against it right now. Now, a couple of weeks ago, I might have said, well, you shouldn't go to the airport because of covid-19 and it's still not really that safe to travel even though people have been doing it and even throughout the pandemic. But now and even scarier reason not to go to the airport and travel as all of these planes that have been diverted because of trouble in the air, we had one that was supposed to go from LA to Nashville last week and it didn't even make it to like Albuquerque before they had to subdue. Someone who was causing troubles, somebody took another dead flight out of Los Angeles and started causing problems there and they were an off-duty flight attendant. Don't know what was going on. Don't know what other problems are. I know some of them, of course being about people wearing masks but heading to an airport right now, not going to be a fun experience. Not like it was even before the pandemic TSA needs more agents. Now they're asking office Personnel to pitch in until they can find more people. I don't plan on heading to the airport any time soon, if you can avoid it you may want to still for a while dead.

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Heading To The Airport (MM #3736)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Heading To The Airport (MM #3736)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation, if you're thinking of heading to the airport, I'd actually advised against it right now. Now, a couple of weeks ago, I might have said, well, you shouldn't go to the airport because of covid-19 and it's still not really that safe to travel even though people have been doing it and even throughout the pandemic. But now and even scarier reason not to go to the airport and travel as all of these planes that have been diverted because of trouble in the air, we had one that was supposed to go from LA to Nashville last week and it didn't even make it to like Albuquerque before they had to subdue. Someone who was causing troubles, somebody took another dead flight out of Los Angeles and started causing problems there and they were an off-duty flight attendant. Don't know what was going on. Don't know what other problems are. I know some of them, of course being about people wearing masks but heading to an airport right now, not going to be a fun experience. Not like it was even before the pandemic TSA needs more agents. Now they're asking office Personnel to pitch in until they can find more people. I don't plan on heading to the airport any time soon, if you can avoid it you may want to still for a while dead.

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FBI Investigating Attempted Hijacking on Delta Flight

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

FBI Investigating Attempted Hijacking on Delta Flight

"Of people aboard commercial jets going out of control. The FBI Is looking into the actions of one passenger who forced a Delta Airlines jet out of L. A heading for Nashville to make an emergency landing in Albuquerque. CBS News has learned. Flight attendants were forced to act when the man approached the 7 37 flight deck 36 passing. Yes, sir 86 After making an emergency landing, the unruly passenger was removed by authorities, Delta told CBS News Thanks to the crew and passengers of Delta Flight, 3 86. Who assisted in detaining an unruly passenger, which they did and no uncertain terms. CBS News correspondent Michael George in the Belmont

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Delta Flight Lands Safely After Flight Crew Detains Unruly Passenger

WBZ Programming

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Delta Flight Lands Safely After Flight Crew Detains Unruly Passenger

"Jets going out of control. The FBI is looking into the actions of one passenger who forced a Delta airline jet out of L. A heading for Nashville to make an emergency landing in Albuquerque, CBS News has learned. Flight attendants were forced to act when the man approached the 7 37 flight deck. 36 passengers illustrations. The gender of a very difficult after making an emergency landing. The unruly passenger was removed by authorities, Delta told CBS News thanks to the crew and passengers of Delta flight, 3 86, who assisted in detaining an unruly passenger, which they did in no uncertain terms. Correspondent Michael George In the Belmont Stakes. Essential

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Delta Flight Lands Safely After Flight Crew Detains Unruly Passenger

Leo Laporte

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Delta Flight Lands Safely After Flight Crew Detains Unruly Passenger

"24 hour news room at Delta Airlines Flight from L. A to Nashville had to divert to New Mexico when a passenger tried to break into the cockpit. The airline says the passenger was detained by other passengers and crew numbers yesterday. The plane landed in Albuquerque, A man

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Delta Flight Diverted Due to "Unruly" Passenger Approaching Cabin

WBZ Midday News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Delta Flight Diverted Due to "Unruly" Passenger Approaching Cabin

"To Alburquerque Friday because of an unruly passenger. Here's a B Says Ellen Lopez. Witnesses capturing the terrifying moment a passenger allegedly trying to break into the plains clock pit mid flight. He is with screaming out of the 3 86 video showing passengers and crew. And help wrestle the guy, the man shoelace and restrained with zip ties before he was finally picked up and taken to the back of the plane. The plane was diverted to Albuquerque International, some port where the man was arrested. The FBI is investigating. Luckily, no injuries amid protest and demonstrations at first cruise

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"albuquerque" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"albuquerque" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Doesn't get there. So today in the Albuquerque Journal. Here's the mayor of Albuquerque is plant. So Albuquerque is reserving the right to kick you out of the airport. You don't They're also reserving the right to kick you out of business is to kick you off of public property to kick you out of the zoo. You don't have a mask. And kick you out of the airport. All right? Kicky out zero K kick you on public transportation. Newt You mean newly signed emerging Emergency Declaration in Albuquerque from maritime killer? But they can also order businesses to shut down. If you fail if he refused to enforce the faith covering mandate Now here's where it comes up a little bit short. It's way too late. There's no there's no disputing that. Mayor says Mayor Tim Killer Albuquerque says weaken We always start nice. The order says we can close you down. We always start nice, he said. When asked whether businesses would get warnings before the city forces them to close. Or after compliance. But if someone is going to flout the law, we're going to enforce the law. Now you may say. What's wrong with that? EADS? To me. It's short. It's too nice. To me. It's equivalent of the governor's starting every one of her press conference is talking about the design under mask. We're trying to be cute. Quit trying to be nice. Maybe take a tour of the hospital. Maybe go over to the I C U unit. Let's say at our biggest hospital university and makes you go hospital walking down the hall people in the hall of Patient in the halls Not covet patients. Just sick people sidebar, Your Honor. My advice to you Don't get sick. Do not get sick. Don't get sick. Don't get old. Don't fall down. Don't go in the hospital right now. Not being on your own doom, Sayer trying to scare people, But that's the fact so maybe, you know, before you say, Well, we always start nice. Maybe go take a tour of the hospital. Maybe gown up. Put on a facemask face shield. Gloves, booties. We take a tour through the I C U When you come out, the reporter asked you again. Are you going to force the law? Rather than saying we always darting eyes in your Fucking right. We're going That was freaking Right? Going to enforce the law. Stop being cute. This is not you. This is not a time to be cute. Not a time to be nice. Time to get serious. To protect the community. That's just my point of view. Numbers or bad numbers in Santa Fe or band..

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"albuquerque" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"albuquerque" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"After three days, they will start to stink. E haven't have stew Mandel on hold. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. Thank you. In Albuquerque. A mystery Jeffrey Epstein Epstein statue has been found in downtown Albuquerque. If you didn't know this Sure he has Pedophile island He's got he's got rapier Rapist Island in the Caribbean. But in New Mexico, he had this vast ranch called Zorro Ranch over thousands of acres. It was gorgeous. And the resolution of that. I think it's been married. But there But New Mexico authorities were looking into whether or not he was having his wicked way with underage girls there on new Mexican terrorist state territory privately owned by him, But somebody painted up a mannequin. To look like Jeffrey. I've seen And put it in downtown Albuquerque. Wednesday morning. Viewer sent in photos to K O A. T. T V. ABC. Seven Kott Coat of what appear to be a Bronze statue place in front of the Old City. Turns out it was just a painted man again. By the time authorities got there, it was gone. You don't do statues to rapists. That's AH, That's what this together, but that's the rule of thumb with that number, too, going on. You two figures, 12 There's two Suns and no women who bring in a petition in Columbus..

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"albuquerque" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

13:34 min | 2 years ago

"albuquerque" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"A. B. Q. N. Albuquerque the corona virus president trump says the fight against the virus will soon take a positive turn the country's being hit hard but some areas have done so incredibly well we're so proud of them they will beat this virus we're gonna beat it at a White House briefing trump said things will start to go in the other direction soon the death toll from covert nineteen is growing at a faster rate it passed twelve thousand this afternoon only a few hours after crossing the eleven thousand threshold Johns Hopkins researchers say nearly three hundred eighty thousand people are infected with the virus in this country Kentucky senator rand Paul is volunteering at a local hospital after recovering from the novel coronavirus the Republican senator said he has been re tested and the results came back negative Paul is a doctor and says he wants to assist those in his community this has been an NBC news radio special report I'm Brian Chuck the U. S. is closing in on eleven thousand corona virus test as infections top three hundred sixty eight thousand cases on Monday night meantime leaders in the nation's top spots like New York are expressing cautious optimism governor Andrew Cuomo believes that New York may have reached its apex if we are plateauing is because social distancing is work so governor Cuomo's keeping schools and businesses closed through April twenty ninth but Dr Jerome Adams U. S. Surgeon General tells NBC's today show it may be too soon to say new York's coronavirus speak has arrived I don't want to say that they they've hit their peak yet because sometimes places will come down for a little bit and then pop back up again meantime Washington governor Jay Inslee said his state will return four hundred ventilators to the feds because the state is seeing fewer covert nineteen infections than anticipated health updates Sara Lee Kessler NBC news radio always free this is just one of over twenty five thousand podcasts available on the I heart radio app get back to stuff you should know ari took her back this is where I start to get a little like brain Breaky I understand all that stuff but this stuff is where I was like what what we're transferring from astrophysics to particle physics maybe that's why I hang up and particle physics is hard I actually had to teach myself particle physics too right one episode of the end of the world maybe that's my problem it's it's an even still I'm like wait what there's it's really hard to understand yeah I've always been an astrophysicist though at heart I think so that's just goes against my nature okay I'm with you but they're very very much tied together like you need particle physics to explain these larger cosmic structures right so the big question here is at the end of the day is it the fact that we just can't really observe this stuff and it's just like all the other matter or is it some new matter that we don't even know about yet that's the question that's the big question or the third option is that our physics our understanding of physics is wrong right which means well we'll see some people go back and tamper with things Newton said he didn't like that much to the dismay of new hurricane so if if it's just stuff that we already know exists but we just can't observe yet yes those fall under the umbrella of machos massive compact halo objects right which are huge massive structures that we already know about neutron stars black holes brown dwarf stars that are huge massive and have a tremendous amount of mass and us exert a lot of gravity right around them but are too dim to show up clearly when we're looking at say a galaxy or galactic cluster yeah like we talked about luminosity that low luminosity right we know they're there but they're not shining but we don't know that that's done that is one proposal for what dark matter is they're just things that we already have identified no exist we just can't see them in these particular things right that's actually doesn't have four is as occam's razor yes that is yeah that actually does not have as much support in the physics community as the other idea that that dark matter is made up of some particle I don't we have not discovered yet yes so that's where they got a little confused with the whims in the sense okay wimp stands for weakly interacting massive particles huge amounts of mass but difficult to detect because they just interact weakly with ordinary matter right here's why they're difficult to attack nerd to detect that they interact weakly with matter that's not stating it very well the with theirs of the weak nuclear force yeah is one of the four fundamental forces and is found almost exclusively in the nucleus of an atom what what these wimp particles in week interactive massive particles are there hypothetical we don't know that they exist right mathematically they fit the bill of dark matter the fact that they interact with gravity and with the weak force only means that no we can't detect them we don't have weak force detectors we have detectors along the electromagnetic spectrum right so everything we do when we look on the universe we use X. rays or microwaves or radio waves all of those are electromagnetic right if these particles don't interact with the electromagnetic force has no effect on whatsoever right we have no way of detecting right right right all we can do is since they have a gravitational pull because they have so much mass yeah we can just sense their gravity and be like what the heck is going on break which is exactly the position we're in now okay wimps or a big they were promoted as as the particle I think starting in the eighties it seems like an eighties thing because yeah doesn't it a little bit because there was something called the wind miracle in this breaks my brain yeah but apparently if you take the the relic density which is really unimportant for getting into here but say the density of a wimp yeah like how how dense the universe would have to be for a wimp to exist it corresponds with the week force number and that made everybody say oh well their particles that don't interact with the electromagnetic force they just interact with the weak force nowadays they kind of moved to the strong nuclear force Sims Sims in the strong nuclear force also is found is basically in the nucleus of an atom right the thing that holds an Adam together super tightly holds the corks into the proton hold up the holes the proton and then in the the what's the what's the neutral charge one neutron yeah the neutron of the proton together yeah keep them together that's the strong nuclear force they think that that dad is probably the particle now so you're saying same thing though doesn't interact with the electromagnetic spectrum so we have no way of detecting it right but it would still have mass and hence exert a lot of gravity so that's sort of the take away right gotcha yeah well not everyone is on board with this like some people there are some astronomers out there who say they dare say maybe Newton got it wrong yeah it maybe we should crack open the Bible and it rewrite it like Thomas Jefferson and it up is there in the eighties there was a dude physicist name more to high middle ground he suggested that Newton's second law of motion which is force equals mass times acceleration which I got wrong in the board breaking episode that's right but we're not does this mean we display them on the air he said maybe we should look at that again and maybe he was wrong and maybe we should modify this many call this modification minds the modified Newton a Newtonian dynamics and the way that I read this was it almost sounded like really not quite right but almost a like he had some answer so he was sort of re writing the question to fit yeah it was a hawk yeah what he was called out on that it wasn't like oh here's a new understanding of a physical law around the universe right this just applied to those galaxies in the rotational momenta very rotational acceleration yeah his old position was that that breaks down at very small accelerations right like a planet on the outside or a star on the outside of the galaxy but over a long distance right yeah and so a lot of people are like that's ad hoc it doesn't hold any water anyone can do that get out of here yeah and then apparently there was a study in two thousand seven that showed that even down to accelerations as low as five hundred trillions of a meter per second squared which is really low acceleration Newton's second law of motion still held fast is so awesome so mind is pretty much out of the window from what I understand it is giving the finger from the grave let us see what you get he very famously like the same fighter it's on his tombstone I thank what else do we have here alternative was this guy I love this dude's name I looked it up Dr Gunn huge coverage he is he one of the guys at CERN yeah I can do better than that jog on Haiti Duke of itch hi new coverage sorry drug on but yeah he said that there's such things is gravity pull gravitational polar opposites write articles in any particles have not only opposite electrical charges but opposite gravitational charges yes so if those are near galaxy then it would strings or like a magnet almost doubled form pull a dipole yeah so it would strengthen the gravitational field so that's what's accounting for right in fact I guess he's saying there is no dark matter right yeah he's saying that that start matters dipoles gradual dipoles which is interesting because that means if that's correct then if you got your hands on an anti particle it would fall upward as they have it would have an opposite gravitational energy yeah that's pretty neat that is pretty neat I would love to have like a a pencil made of any party does is be like what's this just about everyone the socks right on so if we talk about it that's what I would do is hold on to any party because that's where my imagination and to talk about the big bang a little bit yeah because this is the thing like if you've been sitting here going like come on why does this matter at all it actually does matter if we want to figure out how the universe can possibly end right which is your specialty that these days I'm so excited about this coming out yeah we're talking again Josh's upcoming ten part series the end of the world into our alert instructs Clark yes slated to come out November seventh yeah it is this and more times than me literally times to what other stuff you talk about A. I. I know that's in there Hey I reckless experiments of viruses so she's fairly paradox the great filter the whole thing's about existential risks man it's a smarter some of the old movies it's a discount getting in there with people you know yeah sure the heart of people is just different not better what you get interviews and stuff though with like like leading experts right yeah but I I kind of use them as like a Greek chorus to kinda chime in and help like explain it or B. right yeah Josh is actually right here you know that calm professor like it's not just me saying all right so look for that everyone but what's the big bang the idea is that the universe is expanding and the big question is where what's the end game there are we gonna expand forever right and what does that mean in relation to dark matter so again this is the point that where we've actually figured out what the density of the universe has to be there's something called a critical density and it's ten to the negative twenty nine grams per cubic centimeter was this article says is equivalent to a few hydrogen atoms in a phone booth that density of matter yeah and if the unit that is the critical density of of matter in the universe if it's more than that equal that are less than that there are three different possible outcomes for the universe depending on how dense the universes with matter right in a phone booth everyone is saying a box that used to hold public telephones he would step in to to make a call yeah what's a good movie you can go watch to see the phone call from this yeah I said a good movie though right Superman yes changes his clothes in a phone booth there you go go watch the original Krista reef Christopher reeve Superman right or imagine if you were laying dead in a.

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"albuquerque" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"albuquerque" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Albuquerque or where they're preparing and it was canceled and all schools were sent home and so we have a conversation like those kids who wired training and planning to go to the Olympic trials do they follow the rules and staff training or are they training what is there and and again that thought of like I know that I had the dream of going to the Olympics since I was ten so imagine getting that close and have it taken away from you not by you know your doing or you just you try it out and you didn't make it but just the circumstances are just completely out of our control yeah I can't imagine that feeling I mean I'm devastated that it's postponed and then now you know the question I can I will I how will lie but I have the experience of having gone to school there and there's so many people that now they were hoping for this to be their first or you know and it it's just taken away from them or like them live you said your senior year that's meant to be that the past year the pinnacle of your collegiate career and it's just gone so I mean I I believe the incident the lady was having some conversations about maybe giving the athletes that year of eligibility back claim I don't know what has come of that but I mean it's it's a really unfortunate to have that moment and that season just taken away from you and you really have no say in it but I don't know what the other course of action is I mean we're seeing how fast how quickly this virus is spreading just I don't know what the other answer would have been yeah it's just you know so many ways it reminds me of you know an astronaut who trained for nine years to go to the moon and the mission is scrubbed at the last second or they don't get to go like that kind of that kind of life dedication feeling of Stephen you've covered Olympics in Beijing and the World Cup in Brazil you have a pretty good understanding of what events like this mean to a country it doesn't look like cancellation hopefully in Japan but one of these games mean to them who's gonna open up the notes in a touching all the athletes I think Japan is going to rally around this thing I think the Japanese are so prepared Seoul focused on making this thing work come what may I think you're gonna see on believable index next year I think the world's going to rally around this flame I think they're gonna put it up in in front of the stadium or perhaps in Fukushima prefecture that area that was devastated by the tsunami earthquake nine years ago I think the country's going to rally around it I think when the games happen here the world the Japanese will take it as a victory for the world and for Japan against the corona virus and I think the IOC will jump on that on that other so I think they're gonna be wonderful games the stadium here is spectacular Tokyo is a grand city so I think when it happens it's going to be great just be patient and and hang in there well last word goes to unitas are we got this message from Kelly who says my childhood friend is a two time Olympic gold medalist in triple jump he shared a positive message we must all work through adversity and persevere focusing on the importance of obtaining the right state of mind a little bit of little bit of the Sam thought at a time of high stress for a lot of people I couldn't agree more the Tasha Hastings gold medalist on team USA USA track and field sprinter gold medalist in Beijing two thousand and eight hopefully headed back to the Olympics Natasha thank you so much thank you for having me Stephen weight of the Associated Press in Tokyo at midnight thank you so much Steven thanks Todd and good night this conversation was produced by Charlotte Friedland well before we take off we like to give you our acts of kindness at the end of every show solidarity and brotherhood across the country here's.

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"albuquerque" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"albuquerque" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"There with the Jeff in Albuquerque very original the best part of me Friday is the opening line because then you realize what song somebody is picked here's Nick in Rhode Island so can you miss Nick in Rhode Island there will be tears for fears here is a mad in Texas trigger me cry to some Texas yeah.

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"albuquerque" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"albuquerque" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"You know an interest I happen to be heard the way she made her living was suing Albuquerque police department and other law enforcement in Albuquerque market that's how she made her living then she mysterious I mean she I guess she just decided you don't want to live anymore hello she was in her mid to late fifties or whatever and successfully suing the cops all the time and then she just decided to kill herself for or maybe she went out in the garage and had a glass of wine and decided to listen to the tunes on the radio and hello darted up started up the car to keep the tune is gone I don't know the resident yeah yeah so she can rule I think it's you know well Dave is a watchdog for this kind of stuff and he he comes up with some over some really great stories I want you to get a chance to David here to finish your please get in you know get the gist of the story as far as the yeah get up on the my place well this is as I said this is something that I've been following for some years now and if the article starts out it's gonna read the first two paragraphs is every four years America doesn't just elect a new president they get reminded about how America is politically divided we are all familiar with those maps the United States divided by county with large swathes of red counties peppered with smaller specks of blue counties those blue counties tend to turn I can tend to be urban with higher concentrations of population so even deep blue states have large land areas with mostly conservative voters in them and all right I locked in their interests are completely ignored I'm looking at a map here of the United States and you know if you look at the red versus blue areas in there some pain can some light blue but if you look at sort of just cut it red versus blue the country is mostly red but those red areas are mostly house well actually it's it's like fifty percent of the population lives in the red areas and the other fifty percent lives in the blue areas you know what what I think is kind of interesting is where the guns Hey the red guys got the guns and grow the food to and it's kind of like what you were talking about tax taxation in fairness will like for example if I'm if I'm a rancher in Bakersfield California and I you know I'm I'm not really yet on the the agendas that the people in Los Angeles are into but I'm still paying taxes to to push like you know things like I don't know drag queen story hour at the public library and and and you know it it's just kind of up kind of funny that you're you're seeing a lot of people are being left behind when it comes to like people talk about this whole electoral college is not fair because it you know screws people out of the out of the out of the prop popular vote but you know part of the reason why our constitution is written that way is because they took an idea from the Indians which you know.

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"albuquerque" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"albuquerque" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"AB humana Albuquerque keeps you pop culture Justin Bieber will revealing his documentary that he's contracted Lyme disease sources say Justin and others in his life discusses symptoms indoors at last year for most of the year his condition went undiagnosed doctors struggle to figure out what was wrong with it and figured out late last year no one knows how Justin contracted the disease but it comes from a back in November Justin was spotted with an IV in his arm and he wants to treat the Lyme disease not a vitamin trip like everyone thought the good news is that he's been diagnosed being treated with the proper manner his skin cleared up and is ready for his upcoming album release and tour Justin opened up about his diagnosis and here he's also suffering from a severe case of chronic mono which he says affected his brain function and overall health he said he will reveal more eighties documentary which drops January twenty seventh on I heart radio this I hop podcast channel exclusively on I heart radio or podcasts after that NBC news update tested over time and distance tried by circumstances and decisions pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America I do solemnly swear to bear true faith and allegiance to help you when you are in need to tell the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth to.

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"albuquerque" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"albuquerque" Discussed on AP News

"Annual Albuquerque international balloon fiesta kicked off Saturday but a mass ascension was canceled because of fog the fiesta said on Twitter that balloons that had already been inflated in anticipation of taking off would remain so organizers expect tens of thousands of spectators for opening weekend and more over the course of the nine day event the spectacle has grown over nearly five decades and infuses millions of dollars into the economy each year the fiesta is one of the most photographed events in the world but drones are strictly prohibited seniors who are more likely to fall for a scale we could be looking at future prince Harry is suing the son and of the Daily Mirror two of Britain's most popular tabloid newspapers over what he claims was phone hacking Buckingham Palace said the claims regarding illegal interception of voice mail messages were filed on Harry's behalf but the palace declined to say more the cases escalate Herries fight with the British tabloids it comes days after his American wife Meghan the Duchess of Sussex sued the mail for alleged copyright infringement misuse of private information and violating the U. K.'s data protection law after the paper published a letter she wrote to her father British tabloid newspapers have paid millions of dollars to settle claims that their employees had hacked the phone voice mails of celebrities politicians and others in the public eye below sea on impeachment I'm in too Tim acquire with an A. P. news minute house speaker Nancy Pelosi in the speech tonight the South Carolina Democrat says the house impeachment enquiring a president trump is necessary some people say why are you doing this he's not worth it to divide the country this recipe he may not be but our constitution is worth it our democracy as well house speaker Nancy Pelosi committee chairman committee chairman leading the inquired of send the subpoena to the White House demanding administration official submit information on contacts with Ukraine president trump signals he may not go along with the Democrats he tells reporters at the White House he is looking into corruption.

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"albuquerque" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"albuquerque" Discussed on AP News

"For a can mention the Albuquerque journal says the brewery collectibles club of America is scheduled to start celebrating different types of beer cans at their three day national gathering at the Albuquerque convention center the event attracts collectors from all around the world who trade buy and sell vintage and craft beer cans and it's also a chance for collectors to sample beer from local Albuquerque brewers the events began in nineteen sixty nine after collector Denver right junior put an ad in a Saint Louis newspaper asking anyone who collected beer cans to contact him Disney wants Star Wars fans to feel like they're headed to a galaxy far far away but in reality it's more like a cruise to nowhere Disney's out with new details on its recently announced a Star Wars themed resort in Florida Star Wars galactic star cruiser will be like a two day cruise in that it drops visitors into a completely self contained world except instead of traveling on the high seas visitors will be made to feel like they've been launched from a parking lot at Walt Disney World in Florida to a space ship millions of miles above earth the company also released the details about the new hotel at Disney world but stayed mum on what it plans to open its billion dollar fourteen acres Star Wars the land of which a near identical park opened to rave reviews in California earlier this summer preferring to settle rather than go through years of litigation a piece to McGuire reports one pharmaceutical company is in talks to dealing with thousands of opioid lawsuit Purdue pharma blamed by some as the main culprit for the opioid crisis in this country says in a statement is prepared to defend itself but also sees little good in years of wasteful litigation and appeals Purdue another drug companies have been named in more than two thousand suit filed by states counties and cities across the country NBC reports at the privately held company is offered to settle for ten billion to twelve billion dollars under thirty representing local government says there is a gag order but he does confirm that there are active settlement discussions under way word of the talks comes a couple months before the start of the first federal trial in Cleveland I'm to acquire just because I was white power outages amble Saint Thomas and Saint John's in the Virgin Islands.

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"albuquerque" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"albuquerque" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"To cover an area that's what a hundred miles from Albuquerque detalles perhaps yeah we live in a very fast track now let me ask you do would you have liked to have spent more time did dad did that give you the the amount of time you know and it really did it may be another day or two top okay so for those that are listening that are thinking about taking this journey and know a you can you can added to perhaps is something else along the way on route sixty six well yeah or you could added to the Albuquerque balloon fiesta yeah so that'll look so fabulous every October Steve you didn't mention the Georgia o'keeffe what did we did go to Georgia we did go to the Georgia o'keefe museum that was that was okay I mean I I I'm sorry it was okay no be careful here those who are followers of Georgia o'keefe will come to your home and do terrible things and they have a great video and she has a great story I'll give you that but with yet the end is not really my thing either the interesting little thing and do you know about the the little place just off the plaza at one oh nine east palace they are like doubled the Los Alamos connection no I do not well it's interesting it commemorate commemorates the Santa Fe office of Los Alamos scientific laboratory it was the jump off spot for the Manhattan Project scientists and apparently the scientists would check in at the front leave out the back on the way to Los Alamos and people never knew him never heard of them and never saw him again and they want to work on the atom bomb but there's a plaque right there it's right next to a restaurant called the shed it's fun little thing to little bit interesting little pieces of history yeah again a lot of churches we went to the oldest church in the United States and right next to the oldest house in Santa Fe all the adobe staff but man well you know it appears to me I will a lot of times people will leave this country to go to your up or or you got to go back east and we were talking earlier about Boston and in places that have a lot of a lot of old old history now and in it for more talking about New Mexico certainly has some old old history get a chance to see some stuff that survived hundreds of years and may of last question do you Steve is a I guess since you spend so many times so much time in so many churches get it by a for your Sunday church going here for at least a half a year well I think that's a retroactive John I see okay Stacy let me ask you before we let you go here New Mexico is really known for its cuisine and I haven't heard you mention too much about that did you have any any restaurants or anything down there the June that that that struck you lose struck your fancy besides the the diners yes well yeah the diners on route sixty six were a lot of fun and you know diner food there with their civil war there's some fine Mexican restaurant we we asked every time we were stop in some place yeah there was a place called Michael's in tower so course Michael's massacre rejects yeah yeah it was on the main drag that was pretty good I but a you know a bar search for great southwestern food didn't really come up.

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"albuquerque" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

07:41 min | 3 years ago

"albuquerque" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Deal to me and how much. They're in Albuquerque. How big is Albuquerque is downtown like three blocks. No, it's not a small city. I mean, Albuquerque's decent sized metro Sarah would now how big is. Albuquerque down. I would say is about like five miles by five by by bile bile mouth where radius about size. Almost five hundred sixty thousand. Yeah. It's a pretty big city. And that to me, you know, I believe in small increments. Get a little I believe in little by little an hour. Five miles an hour. I mean, if twenty miles an hour is better than thirty five. What about five miles an hour until you can't even press the gas pedal? Just don't don't have cars downtown's give everybody bicycle. Well, I have no idea. How far can I go one step at a time? And you'd be all right with. I mean, you would be okay with the total ban of all cars in downtown Albuquerque. Right. If they provide buses. They have other means. I mean, so yes, you are. Okay. With that. Will you change your mind was the first bus hits the first pedestrian? The thing is that what did you say? I said, would you change your mind? Meaning would you also want to ban the buses if a bus hits a pedestrian? They they were plenty of pedestrians. You want to take the buses off the streets. Then. Well, I mean, you gotta deal with. I've got a write something is about you. This is all about you, isn't it? You ride the bus. So therefore, it's okay, the buses can stay on the streets. But all those people in cars, they need to get off the streets and get on the bus, which of course, is you already admitted buses also hit pedestrians, which is your purported claim about why you don't want cars on the streets in the first place. The buses have accountability. Kamlesh monitor Riber beta they caught them having sex with a prostitute of the bus. So I guess the cameras don't work because it's not deterring the behavior. If you run doesn't make a difference. The reason look nobody wants to run into pedestrians. Okay. There's very few people that actually one to purposely every now, and then it happens. There wasn't that in-cell guy who stole a van up in Toronto or rented a van and then Iran it down the street and like ran into twelve people. So I mean every now, and then there's a psychopath, but the cameras wouldn't stop that. Right. That cameras wouldn't stop that. And further people again don't want to run into other. So ninety nine point nine percent of the time. It's an accident. Somebody wasn't looking or somebody fell out in front of the car or fell out in front of the bus drunk person. For instance, walking the sidewalk falls into the road. You know, there's not enough time to to stop. And as we've seen some statistics that tends to be what you know. It's actually drunk people that tend to get hit by cars more often than people who are sober. And so basically, you know, this is not an intention of the person behind the wheel so count ability. Doesn't matter. It's not like you can get some people can drive more carefully. Like if they're not texting or changing the radio station or yelling at somebody in the back seat. But again, having a camera or not having a camera in a car or a bus will not affect the the likelihood of having an accident involving a pedestrian so basically, this is just about your personal preferences enforcing them on everyone. I believe that one small ink from it. If you raise increments toward what though because we usually when people say, let's do this and have a goal. What's your goal here? Increments. We got. Dollars and six now, and you know next year. Increments with the cars in what's your goal? The thing is okay. Twenty miles per hour. A good start at the whole attitude toward slowing down. But people would have the idea that they maintain the speed limit instead of going ten miles over two out on. Dart. So what's the finish? It's a bowling claw quits. Better. Bribing a happen. Icicle as being important getting through right now. They're not important. Have bicycle lanes is your goal. No fatalities whatsoever involving vehicles. Well, I mean, I I really believe that that would be nice. Living on planet earth moving always have. I mean, human very realistic on your part. Where did you? Reasonable and realistic answer that you know, it's impossible to eliminate all accidents and all deaths on the roads as you've already admitted. Planet earth. Four on the other side spirit world. There's no nobody dies over there there. There's no, no. Well, I mean, you're supposed to have a journal life. There's no death. That's the that's the benefit, but we're going to have here. So people have to die from the flu pneumonia something here, and obviously auto and bicycle fatality. And that's part of the factor. But my goal is to people die fucking cigarette. Secondhand smoke. Everybody's gonna die. Maybe the people who are pedestrians ought to be more careful around cars and not drink and walk near car's trunk people. You can get drunk if you want to just don't jump in front of a car. Don't fall in front of the road. Drunk. I mean, that's what's going on here. Sarah. That's the big problem. Dangerous drunk ban alcohol while we're headed. I mean, let's talk and since we're talking about things to ban. Why don't we bring back prohibition? It's a start. You know, I mean. That'd be really great because it works. Really great. The first time, right? Sarah. Did you ever take a class in history? Like did you ever? Learn about alcohol prohibition. I I I was told that they tried it. And, but you know. What did they do wrong? Why bup zero they tried pretty hard. I mean, they arrested a lot of people and destroyed a lot of businesses destroyed lives. What did they do wrong? What did they screw it up? Why don't we be? DWI? They'll be. Thank you for the call tonight. What they did was they created prohibition in the first place. You can't win. It's impossible. There's too much demand. So a black market sprung up and organized crime surrounded it, and that's right. So much worse. Violence in the streets between gangs shooting each other over territory violence between the police and the Speakeasy and the gangs and people being arrested for no actual crime with the victim just for buying and selling this liquid and transporting, and it was an abject failure. And finally people realize that after some amount of time and they repealed some of it. Unfortunately, we still have many of the vestiges of prohibition with us today, including government.

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"albuquerque" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

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"albuquerque" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"I. With time. All right. You're on my progressive channel about oh. Are you listening to k b q on Albuquerque? You're probably I'm listening to I heart radio. Okay. Gotcha. You you get on my feet. And I listen to you guys tried to like figure out, you know, what I agree with and what I don't. And I I want to comment on it's a couple of weeks ago you commented that. One of you guys that that the government workers don't do a real job. Yeah. Somewhere in there. A real job does a real job. And I think I said, I think you're talking about me. I just want to clarify what I what I said was and it was sort of an overarching claim in. It's it's and I think I corrected myself afterwards. What I said was the government workers should go get real jobs in the productive economy on the free market. That's the the market be productive. And they might actually be obviously doing work. I mean, I've worked for the government several points my my career, right? But like you mean like a real job is in like it's actually naturally created by the free market. Not a. That's what I meant. And I do want to clarify. There are people who worked for the government whose roles would exist in a marketplace. Like, the people who clear snow from the streets. For instance, go ahead. Why does it have to exist in the free market to be a real job? What I meant was a productive job a job that is actually. Okay. Now, he's talking about what I said. I can answer that. Yeah. It's a real job because the government creates demand for things natural demands by based on the market or the invisible hand. Natural entity that that that actually does real.

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