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"andrew baker" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

07:07 min | Last month

"andrew baker" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"And a week or so and figured that the potential trash that i've included this box me better than somebody else's hands. I found this item for seven dollars. A pawnshop here in anchorage and is struck me as incredibly out of place. There are two main things that seem odd number one. Somebody actually either pond this item or sold. It said pawn shop number to a pawnshop employees thought it was a reasonable thing to accept. And then try to resell. I found it. So absurd. A pawnshop find that these seven dollars was a low enough price. For the moment of amusement. I would get from it. Why do i feel like we're gonna get kicked feels spreads a tour the album and award as i was paying for the purchase the ladies behind the counter. Were regaling me with the previous plans for destroying this item because of the apparent deep seated hatred for it. Oh boy picture of me. I of course was forced to smile and nod. Welling pleaded my transaction. I am currently listen to all the episodes backwards on eighteen twenty five right now and realized that this item would make more sense back then but hopefully somebody will be able to give it a new home or possibly soak it and gasoline and light. It aflame with the gals at the store like the gals at the store wanted to. I truly appreciate all the hard work you guys do. To produce such an amazing con- such content number. I've only podcast. That has remained a constant in my life so in summation. Thank you for being a huge part of my life. Andrew baker where the signature you with the initials Were l l just in case This is a crap on elliott episode. I have to say that the interaction he and i just had a while. Getting your mailing address was extremely amusing. Does good work so get ready to kick the balls and so here we go whatever this is but yeah this this screams us getting hurt right it really the only way it seemed like he was cushioning elliott for the blow. Your guest karen. That's well now. it's too late to small. My book half vizier book. that would. Let's say hillary clinton del. Oh well yeah. Well i mean. We were reminded of being kicked in the ball society. I guess i'm with him like why. Why would why would somebody on shop have. Would they accept this. Like how like. So if they're selling it for seven maybe they thought it was going to be collectible. And then i mean it depends on when it was sold fifteen. Somebody actually pond. This item sold it a punch up. So if they're selling it for seven that means somebody said. I'm gonna bring that to the pawn shop and get a dollar right. Maybe three tops tops. But maybe maybe they. Maybe there was two thousand. We said what it is. It's a hillary clinton action figure very good. I said hillary clinton did not say actually figure. Because i was louis showing to the camera and i forget the most of the people. Just listen to this program. She's in her blue suit. Yeah the blue pantsuit. It just says hillary doesn't even say clinton off the back does say hillary rodham clinton you can get more at hillary action figure dot com and this is based on artwork by mike levitt. Good that's an eleven original eleven arabia-owned originally based on the original artwork. Nikei so it's a. It's a ladies hated it. That's so he might have this actually or she might have a different. Actually you put that side by side with ruth bader figures. That's a nice one to punch up strongly by the by you know yes. She wasn't elected president but she did a lot of stuff. Yes agreed good themes yea. We'll see where that impeachment Miniseries has to say about hurt. Boy you know what. I just realized that when you doing. Why are you up and moving out the doorknob. No suspended happen. Put her on top will but it works. I mean perfect flat like if somebody comes in. Let's let's leave it there and save our guest is why would you. Why why the fair question. I bet she doesn't because you're kind of blocked. Maybe blocking it from the no. No no i mean when she walks in she won't let you know what take bets on. How long it takes your. She's not by the door at garment. Because i see shadows. Uc right there. Okay so it is. Twelve sixteen now everybody pick a time between now and the end and when she says something and nobody could fucking. You can't go. Hey look what do you think of the door like the paint job. You can't fuck lead. yeah sure sure. It's gotta be like. Why is that so everybody right time. So so when do we estimate that she's going to be in here. We need to know when you're gonna well. Actually we know when she got here she she ready test is almost. Yeah so all right. So i would. So that's up to you if you do too soon. That's on you know well clearly the case but my guess is going to be based on when you go to break and so. That's what i need to know like. How how we're going. We're at an hour. I'm gonna take a break very soon. Yeah so that. Because i think there's a chance she may be waiting. I want you write down your time. That's what i want to the time on. That clock is what we're reading down. It's s. twelve seventeen yes. All right got and so based on that clock What time does Lori kmart and go. Hey what's up with that. Hillary thing and by the way if it happens off the air it doesn't matter because we're going to look at that clock as soon as exactly so. So is she gonna come in before the breaker now. It appears that she is not okay. All right well. Let's take a break. Are you gonna take a break before she comes in. Yes okay Think that's okay. I think my. I think my my wager is still safe. She pick a range or just a time our any minute close seconds if you want no. There's no seconds on that clock gonna work out. I'm not going to count flashing colon. Bruce hornsby so is yes that applies for your mad at it. I guess ended it. I'm mad at the guests. I was playing along the concept. And i was like. I'm not sure that's a good. That's very good to play the game. Everybody's aware everybody at home. You're aware behind my left shoulder. A hillary clinton action figure balancing on of piece of styrofoam. That's covering adore. Yes when will our guest go he. What the fuck is that's what ba- you know her better than all of us while putting a chip in. We're putting it on so wait. I know we're better. What does that mean..

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"andrew baker" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

06:32 min | 4 months ago

"andrew baker" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"It's a it's a former premium pick at the position and it seems like he's playing the best football of his career and he really needed to the seem like a last chance four taco charleston. I think he gets the first crack. But mike danna will certainly be in that. Mix tim ward damone harris or other names and we can't. We gotta mentioned austin edwards right. John we absolutely do. I promise that i would. I would remember him. And austin edwards is going to be in that mix as well. Okay all right. I'm going to get to my next. And it's about the cornerbacks. And i'm wondering how are the cornerbacks lined up. I would assume at least to start. It's going to be gerbera ward and luxurious. Need on the outside. And they're going to be mixing and matching to find out who could be the slot guy. 'cause i still feel like they wanna put sneed on the outside but i'm also wondering whereas deondraye baker in this mix who we know has a upside that the chiefs really like. Where does mike use fit into that. How does rishaad fenton fit into that. How often are they running. Multiple safeties is keys ready. I think there's a lot of questions in that secondary. And i know folks have been wondering okay puts need to the outside who mans the slot. It's a really important position in today's nfl. But i think the chiefs have time to figure that out. Well my version of this question which was in the same position was which unproven corner will be the one to step up. And that's and that's basing it on the way. Steve spagnolo answered that question for us here recently when he was asked about it and he said well in philadelphia when we we had this guy who is like legit area. Snee- aiden some packages. He played on the outside. And then when there are more cornerbacks on the field. He moved to the slot. And i think there's a good chance that that's exactly how the chiefs will do it. They will see sneed on both the outside and in the slot down. So then i mean i know. He went back philadelphia days but they were doing that. It prior to kendall fuller all those injury issues. That was what they were doing. What fuller fuller would riley outside in those days and then he would come in so yeah you could see sneed doing that as well right and and i think what they're going to do is give them a lot of work at both of those positions so he's prepared to do both of them and then they'll make a decision because even spagnolo recognized that there might not be an unproven corner to step up. The andrew baker might not be the guy that that mike hughes might not be the guy or one of these young guys. i mean. They've got a ton of cornerbacks defensive packs and cam so It they might not get one of those guys in which case. That's certainly what they'll do. Is that you know. Rashaad fenton will be getting more playing time or or something like that or aurora or bogeyed keys. I think you've got to train train. Baker and i had him play multiple and i think mike used to play multiple too. Because you you just think about it out of a shot. Breeland is with the vikings mandla. Jerry s needs. Importance is through the roof. The chief cannot afford to miss him. What was it for six games last year with that collarbone injury and god forbid on all the would if he to go down is just become such an important player for the chiefs and diamond in the rough really. Don't forget this day three. Nfl draft pick that one continues to pay off for the chiefs. All right john. I know you're going to like this question. And then we'll take a quick break is darah williams backup job in jeopardy at the running back position. We know clyde edwards helaire as the top running back. That's not a question. But darren williams. Job is interesting to me. I think the chiefs. Like him. Next after clyde edwards allaire and i tend to think he should be the backup when it's all said and done but you have your boy. Darwin thompsons in the mix. There's fullback mike burton you have elijah mcguire and der gore and then there's a wildcard jerick mckinnon suddenly enters the mix and he profiles. I think a little bit more to what clyde may be able to do. And we'll see if someone's able to push. daryl. I think darryl ends up keeping the job just because i think he offers you a little bit of a change of pace. He's more of that. Bruiser type of guy that old spencer where ish running back clyde is more i think of what is a pass catching back and a little bit. I think more lucid than what would be der away. So i think darryl ends up keeping it but you got some interesting name stare to push their way and then also how does the rest of the room shape out. I think that's a good question. Didn't occur to me. So i'll give you credit for that all look at that and i and i agree with you. I think Daryl williams is the guy who's the backup for the reasons you specified because he he brings a kind of a different Different fields of the game. Then then clyde does. And i agree. That mckinnon is a wild card in this deal And is going to put some pressure on tara williams. And i think he's a little bit more like clyde. So maybe they see him as the guy to come in if clyde gets hurt And then darryl remains the change of pace back. i don't know it'll be very interesting. And and my you know my guy darwin. Tom's darwin thompson You know i'd love to see this kid succeed but It's looking more and more like it's going to be hard to find a spot as a as a starting player in this thing. That's the thing that's a problem with retaining. Darwin thomson going into this particular training. Camp is you could make a case for seven receivers and eleven offensive linemen. Expect both of those things to happen right. But there's so much talent at those positions. So where are you cutting. Are you just keeping t travis. Kelsey noah gray and blake bell. No i expect them to keep three tight ends as well if you keep the fullback. That's suddenly you're talking. How many possible players could you keep your only you know you typically only keep in twenty five out. Do those numbers figuring so yet. Darwin thomson i think is really good after. Show out to convince the chiefs to keep him on this team. Now if he were to be cut i think he's on an nfl roster somewhere but that's just the roster building that the chiefs have done this. Offseason where. I think you have to ask that question. This is advertiser content from facebook. High taylor i work at fox media and i found my dream couch from maiden home thanks to a personalized out on instagram. So summer of two thousand eighteen. I moved from. La new york super excited. Start my.

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Medical Examiner Reveals George Floyd’s Cause of Death

Forum

00:52 sec | 6 months ago

Medical Examiner Reveals George Floyd’s Cause of Death

"Who performed George Floyd's autopsy is standing by his finding that Floyd died by homicide. Azmat Sepik of Minnesota public radio reports, Dr Andrew Baker testified Friday in the trial of Derrick Show. Vin, the former Minneapolis police officer accused of killing Floyd Baker said the stress of being restrained by police tipped Floyd over the edge. Baker noted that Floyd's enlarged heart and narrow arteries left him short of oxygen. In my opinion, the law enforcement so dual restraint and then that compression was just more than Mr Floyd could take by virtue of that those heart conditions. Children's defense attorney argues that Floyd's poor health and drug use led to his death. However, a pulmonologist testified for the prosecution that even a healthy person would have died. Had they been pinned facedown in the street for more than nine minutes. Is Floyd ones for NPR

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Medical examiner blames police pressure for Floyd's death

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Medical examiner blames police pressure for Floyd's death

"The chief county medical examiner who ruled George white's death a homicide testified that the way police held him down a compressed his neck was more than Floyd's heart could take Dr Andrew Baker is the chief medical examiner for Hennepin county and the one who wrote the autopsy for George Floyd he experienced a cardio pulmonary arrest in the context of law enforcement to do will restraint and not compression Baker said he did not watch the harrowing video of the arrest before examining Floyd I did not want to bias my exam Baker said that Floyd had heart disease and drugs in his system the law enforcement subdue a restraint on the neck compression was just more than Mister Floyd could take five virtue of that those heart conditions but that significant conditions listed on the autopsy we're not the main cause of Floyd's death Mr Floyd use of fentanyl did not cause the so do our neck restraint idea of the trial was provided by court TV I'm Jennifer king

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"andrew baker" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:10 min | 6 months ago

"andrew baker" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The president's border coordinator is leaving at lisa. Brady fox news the white house just confirming that. Roberta jacobson will retire from her role at the end of this month. But also saying it's consistent with a commitment to serve for the president's first one hundred days vice president harris now has an oversight role as a border surge continues delegation of republican house members led via minority whip. Steve scalise visited. The border met with border patrol and went inside the donna facility in texas where migrant children are being temporarily housed scalise blamed the influx of migrants on president biden because he wants to appease as far left base and tell the world that america's border is open and undermine our national security. These kids are pawns in his dangerous game. It's got to stop. He and the other congress members demanded that former president trump's remain in mexico policy be reinstated to keep asylum seekers south of the border and demanded the president and vice president. Visit the border jessica. Rosenthal fox news. The white house says it's working to rebuild. immigration system. meantime spokeswoman jen psaki says allegations of sex abuse at a san antonio facility reported by the texas governor will be taken seriously and investigated the house ethics committee launching an investigation into multiple allegations of misconduct against florida. Republican congressman matt gates. Who already facing a justice department. Probe this as a gates associate. Joel greenberg is seeking a possible deal with prosecutors. He pleaded not guilty today to thirty three charges ranging from sex trafficking. Defraud is my opinion. Pardon me greenberg has been under investigation over allegations that he may have paid underage girls for sex with money and gifts daily beast reports gates paid greenberg who then made payments to three women. Fox's tom lucas. Tomlin santa's spokeswoman for gates calls the allegations against him unfounded. America is listening to fox news. Eighty million americans experienced thinning hair and science shows. There are multiple root causes. Neutral is a new approach into drug free supplement that targets root causes stress and hormones neutral was shown to visibly improved hair growth in both men and women after six months and clinical studies shop now with promo code fox news for twenty percent off your first month of subscription at neutral dot com. That's a new t. r. a. f. o. l. dot com promo code fox news. President biden joins other world leaders and offering condolences to the british royal family. On the passing of the queen's husband guy speaking with reporters in the oval office president biden praise prince philip's bravery in world war two his environmental advocacy and service to the commonwealth ninety. Nine years old. He never slowed down at all which i admired along. Duke of edinburgh died at the age of ninety nine. He and queen elizabeth. The second made several visits to the united states. Jared halpern fox. News have been leaving flowers and notes outside buckingham palace in a statement announcing his death. The queen called philip her beloved husband. They were married for seventy three years. An american rap icon also died today. Dx whose real name was earl. Simmons had a long struggle with drug addiction. There's been no confirmation of reports that an overdose led to the heart attack. That put him in a coma. One week ago. The three time grammy nominee was fifty years old. The medical examiner. Who did the autopsy on. George floyd takes the stand in my opinion. The the law enforcement of dual restraint in the neck. Compression was just more than mr floyd could take by virtue of those heart conditions. Dr andrew baker has to find that fluids heart issues and drug use may have been contributing factors in a death caused by the pressure from then officer. Derek chauvin knee. This follows several prosecution. Experts who've said lack of oxygen from being pinned to the ground is what killed floyd which the defence disputes. It's day ten of show. Wtn's murder trial amazon worker. Vote by more than two to one. Not to join a union at a plant in alabama. Where more than half participated in the vote. The union plans to challenge the results accusing the company of interfering and spreading messing formation new records for the dow and the s&p the dow up to ninety seven to thirty three thousand eight hundred and lisa brady fox news. Eighty million americans experience thinning hair and science shows. 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Chauvin trial focuses on George Floyd's oxygen deprivation

WSJ What's News

01:10 min | 6 months ago

Chauvin trial focuses on George Floyd's oxygen deprivation

"In. Minneapolis were hearing from medical experts in the murder. Trial of former officer derek. Chauvin doctors testified thursday. That george floyd died of oxygen deprivation as he couldn't breathe while being restrained by police officers. Today we expect to hear from the local medical examiner. Here's the wsj's midwest bureau chief shady race. His name is andrew baker and his testimony is very significant because he is the medical examiner who conducted the autopsy on george floyd and he had several findings that make the case somewhat complex one. He declared the death a homicide which means that there was somebody else involved in the data. So that is something that is good for the prosecution however he also noted that he did not find any signs of his fixation no bruising to the neck or back and that is a little bit more complicated for the prosecution because they are trying to argue that derek chauvin the officer who kneeled on george floyd's neck and the two other officers who helped restrain him that essentially stopped him from being able to breathe and that s fixation caused his data

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"andrew baker" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

05:01 min | 9 months ago

"andrew baker" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Just don't say anything is move on. Face shields in the drag queen show. I don't. I don't see how that works. But there it is. Okay, I'll just stop right there. Hey, you know, um, just a little flashback. This is in my big old stack of stuff that I almost never, ever ever, ever get time. To do. Um And so we're catching up a little bit, but some of the stuff is worth going back to Hand. Let me see her. Okay, Here we go. Excellent. Good. Good. Good. Good. I'm so excited. So hold on. Wow. That was quick. Sorry about the devil Come up, but it was Nancy Pelosi. Once she called the the checks that she passed significant, But when Trump did the The stimulus check was crumbs. It was crumbs. You call the crumbs? I would say that if we use her her lingo She told us that $600 back and back in the day when we first did the $600 as a significant amount for working families. This was a December 21st of 2020 significant amount for working families. But then she said, it was crumbs when Trump gave out it was saying $1000 from so I would say of Nancy, If fancy was gonna polish that turd you say, Oh, no, Those are crows because they're significant crumbs significant crumbs. All right, Sesame Street. Let's go back for a little sex. Mr. Here we go way. Thank you. Thank you. Here we go. Seattle and chief a member. Seattle and teeth. Remember who touted business owners hit list works as a Children's camp counselor, Seattle and Teeth Remember who touted business owners hit list works as a Children's camp counselor. Hello, kids. Today we're gonna fire mind some some supporters. Oh, my gosh, A Children's camp counselor and substitute teacher. Wow, um make make I don't know how to pronounce this. Mikhail Andrew Baker 23 tweeted the list with the names of businesses and a resident that signed a petition in support of Sweeping a park out. The headline is homeless people and all that kind of stuff and see how I guess. Um And on the online publication that reports and teeth another left wing groups. So they said through the park up Park was the previous site of the chop zone with a murder black people and said they cared about him. So anyways, this this antifa militant Publicized a hit list of Seattle business owners. These are the business is literally one single resident that signed a petition to sweep the park out. No further comment. Um But here But anyways, I work I guess she guess this. This guy was a transgender guy. Always weird. Gross pictures online. Um, half naked. Um, I worked as a full time childcare worker. I'm a substitute teacher. I don't know what makes you think I'll be unemployed. I'm a history teacher. I'm from the Olympic Peninsula before moving to Seattle for school and work. Anyway. So Doc's in your enemies, etcetera. And we come to find out that your teeth remember? And we come to find out that camp counselor and a teacher. Businesses on a hit list. Okay, chipping. Joanna gains their Magnolia Network launches discovery Plus with the new season of fixer Upper I am so sorry. But ever since they lied to us. Couple years ago and told us that they were retiring because they wanted to focus on their Children and spend time with their family. They've been too busy and then came back six months later with, like, two or three television networks and target deal, and I was like 10 more things. I do not believe I just gotta pick on my gotta be honest to you. So and all she does. Now she's got a new cooking show. No, don't go to wake up for this. Look, go to Waco. But don't go for that. I went there. It was just very disappointing. Very disappointing. Everything was overpriced. They Hi. There was like one Christian thing like for sale. It was hidden in the back in the clearance section. I'm not kidding. When I went there. It was like embarrassing. Everything was being china. I'm like, What is.

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"andrew baker" Discussed on Voices of the Community

Voices of the Community

04:44 min | 11 months ago

"andrew baker" Discussed on Voices of the Community

"The backdrop of today's interview is covid nineteen impact on the small business restaurants that make up the economic and cultural fabric of our neighborhoods and struggle to stay alive from april to june. The city of san francisco sales tax revenues. Dropped to thirty point. eight million. That's down forty three percent from the previous year. According to the city restaurant and bar sales were down. Sixty five percent as indoor dining was prohibited while food and drug store. Sales were down eight percent. Among those indoor venues restaurants. Were easily the riskiest. Four times riskier than gyms and coffee shops according to the model by stanford and northwestern university scientists but the researchers also found that restaurant occupancy caps of twenty percent could cut infections by as much as eighty percent. The city of san francisco is once again acting quickly to reduce indoor activities as the covid nineteen case rate in san francisco. Went from three point. Seven to nine per one. Hundred thousand residents and grant colfax. The city's director of health said that separatist goes daily average of eighty. new cases. is up from thirty. Two at the end of october lead mayor london breed to announce tuesday november tenth. That san francisco restaurants will have to close their indoor dining rooms on friday november thirteenth rise in corona virus cases. I'm joined remotely via zoom by india baker in johnny from andrea consulting. Thanks for being here. Injury inclusion add like to start the interview with asking andrea a little bit about why you created the into action profits and then hire working with small business organizations. Thanks for that dryden. Thanks for having us. So you know that we forget did work. In the bayview the phil morris excelsior as andrew baker consulting meaning a lot of the same needs and hopefully doing a lot of the same work that were too often about but we were not a nonprofit. We were soldiers kreider shift and that made it extremely difficult for us to access funds to do the work we really love and want to do in.

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"andrew baker" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"andrew baker" Discussed on WTOP

"All the job box locations online at D C b o e dot org's That's d C b o e dot or I'm Rob Stallworth. W T o P. Traffic Storm Team four meteorologist Lauren Rickets. We're looking at a lot of clouds this morning. We are. We're even looking at a few showers continuing across the area. Lot of miss. But again, everything we are seeing rather on the light side will have a little bit more sunshine this afternoon as we dry out, but still lots of clouds around temperatures responding only in the seventies for daytime eyes today, overnight a few clowns, more humidity building temperatures sixties. Right around 80 degrees tomorrow. Partly cloudy expect some rain but later on tomorrow night into early Monday morning Monday, will rapidly clear during the morning commute Plenty of sunshine all Monday. Temperatures in the seventies with lower humidity we keep temperatures in the seventies were plenty of sun for the majority of next week. We're up to 69 here in Washington, Baltimore at 70. Leesburg at 66 OK. Lauren 10 50 to the four former Minneapolis police officers charged in connection with the death of George Floyd appeared in court for a hearing yesterday. Judge Peter Cahill's biggest ruling came when he disqualified Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman and three of his attorneys from the case because they might be witnesses. Two days after Floyd's jazz Freeman and the attorneys met with Dr Andrew Baker, who conducted the autopsy on George Floyd. Judge Kale said Freeman and the other attorney's actions were quote sloppy and they are off.

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"andrew baker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"andrew baker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Created a health situation tantamount, delighting a fuse on a bomb. And I had a Hennepin County Medical examiner, Dr. Andrew Baker even said that if Lloyd were found dead in any circumstance Quote home alone. No other parent calls this would be marked up is a drug overdose unquote that came from the medical examiner of Hennepin County. And the motion is said, of course. Before a judge. You can't have a murder conviction without a murder. Now, having said that, I think you would agree with me on this that hold That procedure should be barred. It was bad judgment for Officer Derek Javan and those other three cops to do that to that man. For eight minutes and 46 seconds. But the Hennepin County medical examiner said. That Floyd ingested three times the lethal level of fentanyl to kill him. In addition of that he had a methamphetamine in his system. In addition of that he was foaming at the mouth in the car, and he related that In addition of that He couldn't breathe before he was restrained. So, according to the medical expert hard by the police officer in Minneapolis, Floyd was in the process of dying. And Derek Calvin did nothing, Tio exacerbate, aggravate or accelerate that condition because all he did was a playa hold. That I would find reprehensible. It was authorized by Minneapolis police, and he's still authorized by Minneapolis police. What they should have done when he refused to get in the car and his extreme condition. They did dial they dig a T. M s and they were on their way is to have him in a sitting position as much as possible. And I don't know what age you administer to someone. According to the medical examiner and the process of dying Is lungs. By the way, we're three times their average size and filled with fluid, which was the process of dying and so, the medical examiner said, without the intervention of the police officer The George Floyd unless, unless the Narcan or other procedures were used quickly was in the process of dying because of his heart rate and the fluid in the lungs. Things that character, so I don't know. How the media played this. It came out a couple days ago. And have you seen this anywhere in the media? The answer is no. You have to go to local accounts in Minneapolis Minneapolis Star Tribune and then you have to research and to find out what the motion says. And what the case is all about. See that doesn't fit. The media diatribe doesn't And so therefore it is not well, not well covered. Likewise. Likewise, in the most recent case Involving Jacob Blake, another bad circumstance. In these cases, they're similar to what happened. Michael Brown in Ferguson. Which is hands up. Don't shoot unarmed robbery took about two months to get the medical examinations back. And he was 64 £300.18 years old. Had just had legal drugs in his system. 18 years old, a strong arm robbery, and what he did was the The side window of the place car was pulled down by Darren Wilson, the police officer, and he began and he was sitting in the car, and Michael Brown was outside the car. He got halfway in the car and was beating the police officer inside of his own patrol car grabbing for his gun. And it was discharged by Michael Brown causing injury to Michael Brown's hands. And all the evidence objectively proved that Darren Wilson's original story that he was attacked by Michael Brown and almost killed in his own police car. Turned out to be accurate. But that took 2 to 3. Months after the riding. Likewise with Jacob Blake. In. Ah In Kenosha in Kenosha, which you know is a terrible circumstance. When you think about someone being shot seven times in the back. That's a bad thing. Kenosha is a nice community. I'm told. I've never been there never will be there. But when the facts come out It's almost as if the facts don't matter. Goes. Those who wanted to find result have what they want. And Jacob Blake situation. Original story was he was trying to break up a fight is a peacemaker between two women. It was a wrong place. Wrong time, and the place is trying to arrest him for nothing. And there was no deadly weapon present and for some reason The police officer shot him in the back. Officer Cesky shot him in the back seven times. You hear the fax is related by the Kenosha Professional Police Association attorney based upon the testimony of the cops, there is so far been 88 witnesses and the videotape the video Number one. The officers were dispatched pursuant to a 911 call that Mr Blake was attempting this deal. The caller's keys and her vehicle with her Children in the car. Secondly, the officers were aware of Mr Blake Open warrant for felony sexual assault against the 91 color before they arrived on the scene. There was a code given. Be careful. There's a warrant out for this guy, so as they're going to think, okay? Jacob Blake. When we identify who Jacob Blake is, there's a felony worn out for his arrest. He was not breaking up fights between two females. The silver SUV scene in the widely circulated video Was not Mr Blake's vehicle. It wasn't his car. It was the vehicle owned by the 911 caller who's the baby mama of his three kids. Mr Blake. Jacob Blake was not unarmed. He was armed with a knife. The officers did not see the knife..

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"andrew baker" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"andrew baker" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Minneapolis Police Department is an article of faith on the left and on many precincts of the right, But is it true? Points case became internationally famous because the cell phone video that showed him slowly becoming unconscious while the police officer north on his neck. Surely he was he was a 60 ated. That conclusion seems inescapable, especially since while lying on the street with officers restraining him for it complained about being unable to breathe, Okay. So I want to say this up front before I continue. Derek stop. It should not have put his knee on his neck. Bottom line. Going to address that you want to talk about that? You want to talk about police and their tactics and how they use them. We can discuss that. Hey. But I think also needs to be discussed that George Floyd had asked to be wouldn't wouldn't allow himself to be put in the car and asked to be laid on the ground. Derek shopping still shouldn't have put his knee on his neck. Here's where it gets interesting. There was a bombshell that came out last week. Prosecutors who have charged Eric Shopping with murder released a document that suggest that he had nothing to do with with Floyd's death. You know likelihood resulted from a drug overdose. Not only that prosecutors have known this fact for months. Former state and federal prosecutor, George Patty has the story. It was linked earlier in here, but it's still deserves a mention as we work through this article, 7:30 P.m. On May 31st 2020 prosecutors met online with Dr Andrew Baker. Chief medical examiner of Hennepin County to discuss Floyd's toxicology report. This is what it said The memo of the meeting. This is what it said. So they were so so there they were staring at the just received and damning toxicology report that blew to smithereens the whole prosecution theory that the police had killed Floyd. To their undoubted dismay, Dr Baker in the chief medical examiner had to concede. That 11 MG Right at 11 MG for Floyd had a fatal level of fentanyl under normal circumstances. He also conceded that the fentanyl overdose can cause pulmonary a Dema a frosty fluid buildup in the lungs and was evidenced by the finding at an autopsy that Floyd's lungs were weighed two and three times normal. There. Wait This is consistent with the officer coatings observation at the scene that Floyd was foaming at the mouth. And has found at the autopsy it as long as we're diffuse, congested In other words, like a drowned man. Floyd's lungs were filled with fluid. And that was the obvious and inescapable reason why Floyd kept shouting over and over that he couldn't breathe, even when he was upright and mobile. Memorandums ends with Dr Baker's devastating conclusion that if Floyd had been found dead in his home or anywhere else, and there were no other contributing factors that he, Dr Baker would conclude that it was an overdose Death. I'll talk a little bit more about this coming up and get to your phone calls 6519895855 the point that I want to make, though, before we go to break is this Regardless of whether or not it's true, Okay, you can believe what you want to believe. It is evidence. That all of the protest ng And certainly all the riding and all of the violence that is no longer about George flit anymore, And we have proof of that coming up with audio next out of Portland. None of it should have taken place at all. Until The trial took place and the truth had the ability to see the light of day. There is too many. Circumstances surrounding the death of George Floyd. To warrant the level of outrage and protest that have taken place and that it held this country hostage for the past three months. That's regardless of whether or not you think it's true. If you don't believe this is true, that's totally cool. I am also willing to wait until there's a trial, but that's the point. They should have been a trial before there was any discussions of what to do with police departments before there's any talk of de funding the police There should have been a trial and the trash into taking place before anybody gathered at all in any group to take to the streets to protest anything because we do not know the circumstances that led to the death of George Floyd, and the only way we're going to find out is when the trial takes place. That's not what happened because the left exploited this because they have a shell of a human being running as their candidate, and they're still acting like a bunch of spoiled rotten Children of set that Hillary Clinton got beat by President Donald Trump, and they cannot get over it, and this is where we are in the country right now because of it. 6519895855. We're going to get to moron who killed George Floyd Coming up Joy Reid says that BLM doesn't write. We have audio evidence to the contrary, and we'll talk with Pete Hegseth at 8 35. 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"andrew baker" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"andrew baker" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"So our garbage media continuing to try to have false story after false stories not to look at details to ignore the realities of situations on the ground. So the one obviously his most celebrated is George Floyd, in which Derek Shaban supposedly murdered George Fly, like murdered him. They're going to charge from a second degree murder, which is a completely ungettable charge. Keith Ellison is not going to be able to get a conviction on that charge. Prediction right now, not based on the available facts now. Third shot and may have engaged in assault. Maybe agent police brutality. There is no evidence that he murdered George Floyd. At this point, the autopsies There's been a couple of separate autopsies. George Boy did not die of his fixation from Derek Shaaban. In fact, there's now a Hennepin County attorney's office memorandum that has been released The This was a medical examination that was done by Dr Andrew Baker. He did the final toxicology results on George Floyd's of blood samples and he analyzed a bunch of factors and here is what he found. Dr. Baker said that he walked down the list of substances for which the labs tested. He highlighted certain values. He said that they're low levels of methamphetamine. But when it came to fentanyl, he said, the federal levels were quote. Pretty high was in 11. Apparently, this level of fentanyl can cause pulmonary oedema. Mr Flood's lungs were 2 to 3 times their normal weight at autopsy. That is a fatal level of fentanyl under normal circumstances, according to the doctor. If Floyd had been found dead in his home or anywhere else, and there were no other contributing factors, he would conclude it was an overdose death. In other words, you actually have to show causation if you're going to show murder. It's very difficult to show causation in this particular case. This is true from the original county autopsy. It's going to remain true. You're not gonna hear any of that The media are just going to ignore it. They're going to ignore it because they have to claim that Derek Calvin is not only a murderer, but also he's racist. So even if he had killed George Floyd, there's still no evidence. He's a racist We're waiting on. That doesn't matter. The media ran with the story anyway, and systemic police racism, systemic police Brutality and cruelty, and they're going to ignore the fact that George from the tape shows that George Blake was saying he couldn't breathe before he was on the ground that he was resisting arrest. They're going to avoid the fact that Minneapolis police procedure allows you to put somebody in a submission hold in that way, If you believe that they're suffering from particular type of condition have read you the manual before. It's gonna be very difficult to receive a conviction on that basis. So the media have yet to actually fulfill their pledge on what happened to George. It doesn't matter. The narrative has been set. Derrick Shaman is a racist murderer in the Briana Taylor Death. Oprah Winfrey is taking out full on billboards about Briana Taylor's death. Now. The original claim is that Briana Taylor was the girlfriend of a guy who was a drug dealer, and that she had nothing to do with the drug dealing right. You she was not involved in any way that they basically falsified an arrest warrant to Goto Briana Taylor's apartment and search her apartment, but they had no real basis for doing so. And so, therefore the war it was flawed. Okay, Then there's a dispute as to what happened. They had a no knock warrant to go into Briana Taylor's apartment. They not anyway, right? By all accounts, they knocked anyway, according to Briana Taylor's boyfriend, who is still alive. The alleged regular he they did not announce themselves. And so when they started to force in the door, he took a shot at them and which point they shot into the apartment, and they shot him and killed Briana Taylor. Number one. If they've a no knock warrant, they don't actually have to announce themselves number to the police say they did announce themselves. So even that is in dispute. But the entire case that the cops are going to be criminally liable for any charges in the Briana Taylor shooting are likely to rest on the insufficiency of the warrant itself. The suggestion that the world was falsified well. Earlier this month, ABC News reported that experts say they're serious obstacles to charging police in the Briana Taylor case. Attorney General Daniel Cameron, the first African American elected to the job in Kentucky, has declined to put a timetable on his decision. Shin is taking over the case in May, according to Christopher's wagon director of the Criminal Justice Program at Vanderbilt University, he said it's a tough issue. He has to figure out whether there's probable cause to believe there was an unreasonable use of force difficult to make that case when somebody is literally shooting at you from inside the apartment. Taylor's boyfriend, Kenny Walker, was with her at the apartment and fired a shot at Lewisville, Louisville Police Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly after the door's broken down, Mattingly was struck in the leg and return fire, along with other officers were outside the apartment. Taylor was unarmed and shot several times in her hallway and died on the scene. The officers were not wearing body cameras. There's no video of the raid. The warrant they were carrying has come under scrutiny, and the police lieutenant who saw the Joshua Jane's has been placed on administrative leave during the investigation. Attorneys for Taylor's family said it was based on erroneous information that a drug dealer sending packages to Taylor's apartment. So, according to the experts at San Marcos in University of Louisville law professor. He says the warrant combined with the fact that they were fired upon would make for a powerful defense argument that they acted invalid Self defense while conducting a waffle police operation. Basically they have to prove several things to prove that these officers you go to jail..

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"andrew baker" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"andrew baker" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"So our garbage media continuing to try to have false story after false stories not to look at details to ignore the realities of situations on the ground. So the one obviously his most celebrated is George Floyd, in which Derek Shaban supposedly murdered George Fly, like murdered him. They're going to charge from a second degree murder, which is a completely ungettable charge. Keith Ellison is not going to be able to get a conviction on that charge. Prediction right now, not based on the available facts now. Third shot and made engage in assault, maiming agent police brutality. There is no evidence that he murdered George Floyd. At this point, the autopsies There's been a couple of separate autopsies. George Boy did not die of his fixation from Derek Alban. In fact, there is now a Hennepin County attorney's office memorandum that has been released The This was a medical examination that was done by Dr Andrew Baker. Okay. He did the final toxicology results on George Floyd's blood samples and he analyzed a bunch of factors and here's what he found. Dr. Baker said that he walked down the list of substances for which the labs tested. He highlighted certain values. He said that they're low levels of methamphetamine. But when it came to fentanyl, he said, the federal levels were quote. Pretty high was in 11. Apparently, this level of fentanyl can cause pulmonary oedema. Mr Flood's lungs were 2 to 3 times their normal weight at autopsy. That is a fatal level of fentanyl under normal circumstances, according to the doctor. If Floyd had been found dead in his home or anywhere else, and there were no other contributing factors, he would conclude it was an overdose death. In other words, you actually have to show causation if you're going to show murder. It's very difficult to show causation in this particular case. This is true from the original county autopsy. It's going to remain true. You're not gonna hear any of that The media are just going to ignore it. They're going to ignore it because they have to claim that Derek Calvin is not only a murderer, but also he's racist. So even if he had killed George Floyd, there's still no evidence. He's a racist We're waiting on. That doesn't matter. The media ran with the story anyway, and systemic police, racism, systemic police brutality and cruelty. And they're going to ignore the fact that George from the tape shows the George Blake was saying he couldn't breathe before he was on the ground that he was resisting arrest. They're going to avoid the fact that Minneapolis police procedure allows you to put somebody in a submission hold in that way, If you believe that they're suffering from particular type of condition have read you the manual before. It's gonna be very difficult to receive a conviction on that basis. So the media Have yet to actually fulfill their pledge on what happened to George. It doesn't matter. The narrative has been set. Derrick Shopping is a racist murderer in the Briana Taylor death. Oprah Winfrey is taking out full on billboards about Briana Taylor's death. Now. The original claim is that Briana Taylor was the girlfriend of a guy who was a drug dealer, and that she had nothing to do with the drug dealing right. She was. She was not involved in any way that they basically falsified an arrest warrant to Goto Briana Taylor's apartment and search for apartments. But they had no real basis for doing so. And so, therefore the war it was flawed. And then there's a dispute as to what happened. They had a no knock warrant to go into Briana Taylor's apartment. They not anyway, right? By all accounts, they knocked anyway, according to Briana Taylor's boyfriend, who is still alive. The alleged regular he they did not announce themselves and so when they started forcing the door, he took a shot at them, at which point they shot into the apartment, and they shot him and killed Briana Taylor. Number one. If they're not, they don't actually have to announce themselves number to the police say they did announce themselves. So even that is in dispute, but the entire case, But the cops are going to be criminally liable for any charges in the Briana Taylor shooting are likely to rest on the insufficiency of the warrant itself. The suggestion that the world was falsified well. Earlier this month, ABC News reported that experts say they're serious obstacles to charging police and bring on the Taylor case. Attorney General Daniel Cameron, the first African American elected to the job in Kentucky, has declined to put a timetable on his decision. Shin is taking over the case in May, according to Christopher, Slovakian director of the Criminal justice Program at Vanderbilt University, he said it's a tough issue. He has to figure out whether there's probable cause to believe there was an unreasonable use of force difficult to make that case when somebody is literally shooting at you from inside a department. Taylor's boyfriend, Kenny Walker, was with her at the apartment and fired a shot at Lewisville, Louisville Police Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly After the door's broken down, Mattingly was struck in the leg and return fire along with other officers who were outside the apartment. Taylor was unarmed and shot several times in her hallway and died on the scene. The officers were not wearing body cameras. There's no video of the raid. The warrant they were carrying has come under scrutiny, and the police lieutenant who saw that Joshua Jane's has been placed on administrative leave during the investigation. Attorneys for Taylor's family said it was based on erroneous information that a drug dealer sending packages to Taylor's apartment. According to the experts. Sam Marcosson, University of Louisville Law professor. He says the warrant combined with the fact that they were fired upon would make for a powerful defense argument that they acted invalid Self defense while conducting a lawful police operation. Basically they have to prove several things to prove that these officers you go to jail. One would have to show that the warrant obtained fraudulently to have had a show. The officers were aware that the warrant was obtained Fraudulently. Police Department protocol allows the use of lethal force One ofthe officers feel threaten, even if they're valid. No knock warrant and properly announced themselves blazing away could theoretically being excessive use of force. But when somebody is firing at you It sort of changes the math a little bit..

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"andrew baker" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"andrew baker" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"10% off any plan when he use promo code Shapiro that's publicly Shapiro. So our garbage media continuing to try to have false story after false stories not to look at details to ignore the realities of situations on the ground. So the one obviously his most celebrated is George Floyd, in which Derek Chabon supposedly murdered George Fly, like murdered him. They're going to charge him with second degree murder, which is a completely ungettable charge. Keith Ellison is not going to be able to get a conviction on that charge. Prediction right now, not based on the available facts. Now, third shaman may have engaged in assault, maybe Asian police brutality. There is no evidence that he murdered George Floyd. At this point, the autopsies There's been a couple of separate autopsies. George Boy did not die of his fixation from Derek Shaaban. In fact, there's now a Hennepin County attorney's office memorandum that has been released The This was a medical examination that was done by Dr Andrew Baker. He did the final toxicology results on George Floyd's blood samples and he analyzed a bunch of factors and here is what he found. Dr. Baker said that he walked down the list of substances for which the labs tested. He highlighted certain values. He said that they're low levels of methamphetamine. But when it came to fentanyl, he said, the federal levels were quote. Pretty high was in 11. Apparently, this level of fentanyl can cause pulmonary oedema. Mr Flood's lungs were 2 to 3 times their normal weight at autopsy. That is a fatal level of fentanyl under normal circumstances, according to the doctor. If Floyd had been found dead in his home or anywhere else, and there were no other contributing factors, he would conclude it was an overdose stuff. In other words, you actually have to show causation if you're going to show murder. It's very difficult to show causation in this particular case. This is true from the original county autopsy. It's going to remain true. You're not gonna hear any of that The media are just going to ignore it. They're going to ignore it because they have to claim that Derek Calvin is not only a murderer, but also he's racist. So even if he had killed George Floyd, there's still no evidence. He's a racist We're waiting on. That doesn't matter. The media ran with the story anyway, and systemic police racism, systemic police Brutality and cruelty, and they're going to ignore the fact that George from the tape shows that George Blake was saying he couldn't breathe before he was on the ground that he was resisting arrest. They're going to avoid the fact that Minneapolis police procedure allows you to put somebody in a submission hold in that way, If you believe that they're suffering from particular type of condition have read you the manual before it's going to be very difficult to receive a conviction on that basis. So the media have yet to actually fulfill their pledge on what happened to George. It doesn't matter. The narrative has been set. Derrick Shaban is a racist murderer in the Briana Taylor Death. Oprah Winfrey is taking out full on billboards about Briana Taylor's death. Now. The original claim is that Briana Taylor was the girlfriend of a guy who was a drug dealer, and that she had nothing to do with drug dealing right. She was. She was not involved in any way that they basically falsified an arrest warrant and go to Briana Taylor's apartment and search her apartment, but they had no real basis for doing so. And so, therefore the war it was flawed. And then there's a dispute as to what happened. They had a no knock warrant to go into Briana Taylor's apartment. They not anyway, right? By all accounts, they knocked anyway, according to Briana Taylor's boyfriend, who is still alive. The alleged regular he they did not announce themselves and so when they started forcing the door, he took a shot at them, at which point they shot into the apartment, and they shot him and killed Briana Taylor. Number one. If they've a no knock warrant, they don't actually have to announce themselves number to the police say they did announce themselves. So even that is in dispute. But the entire case that the cops are going to be criminally liable for any charges in the Briana Taylor shooting are likely to rest on the insufficiency of the warrant itself. The suggestion that the world was falsified well. Earlier this month, ABC News reported that experts say they're serious obstacles to charging police in the Briana Taylor case. Attorney General Daniel Camera, the first African American elected to the job in Kentucky, has declined to put a timetable on his decision. Shin is taking over the case in May, according to Christopher's law, Bargain director of the Criminal Justice Program at Vanderbilt University, he said it's a tough issue. He has to figure out whether there's probable cause to believe there was an unreasonable use of force difficult to make that case when somebody is literally shooting at you from inside the apartment. Taylor's boyfriend, Kenny Walker, was with her at the apartment and fired a shot at Lewisville, Louisville Police Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly after the door's broken down, Mattingly was struck in the leg and return fire along with other officers who were outside the apartment. Taylor was unarmed. You shot several times in her hallway and died on the scene. The officers were not wearing body cameras. There's no video of the raid. The warrant they were carrying has come under scrutiny, and the police lieutenant who saw that Joshua Jane's has been placed on administrative leave during the investigation. Attorneys for Taylor's family said it was based on erroneous information that a drug dealer sending packages to Taylor's apartment. So, according to the experts at San Marcos in University of Louisville law professor. He says the warrants combined with the fact that they were fired upon would make for a powerful defense argument that they acted invalid Self defense while conducting a lawful police operation. Basically they have to prove several things to prove that these officers you go to jail. One would have to show that the more we obtained fraudulently to have had a show. The officers were aware that the more it was obtained fraudulently. Police Department protocol allows the use of lethal force One ofthe officers feel threatened. Even if they had a valid no, not war and properly announced themselves blazing away could theoretically be in excessive use of force. But when somebody is firing at you, that sort of changes the math a little bit. So in other words, it's going to be nearly impossible to reach conviction in the Briana Taylor case, And if somebody's firing at you from inside a department where you have a warrant, a justly based warrant, how do you make the case that the police officers Got to go to jail that is just called..

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"andrew baker" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"andrew baker" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Want to know what Tammy saying Jean so that I want to do is paint What did not fail. You relate to what? Just one second, Okay. So down Your point is your during the 100 years, So don't don't be so condescending and patronizing will tell me telling me what you did tonight. The stars in a litter, aunty, let her in. She just described just as she wishes. Can you say unhinged? Let her When you should have said no, no, no, no, no. Tammy answer Did you did you put down for did you ignore for 100 years? You know, None of it is North Korea. What is happening? She's no there. They don't see it. Not gonna let her finish way. Let her finish. But you got what you wanted, Teo. Let me listen. To this dive, you steak and moved to the time with my existing They don't recognize existed. You somebody who does not live my existence does not recognize my existing facts. Don't matter. It's my existence that matter. It's my perception of reality that matters. Recognize my existence. Tammy, you recognize what does that even mean? You did not recognize my existence. You're sitting right there. I'm talking to you. What do you mean? I don't recognize your existence. I just clear we're here. They're just make it clear. We recognize your existence. Donna Brazile, we see you. You're name is Donna Brazile. We recognize your existence. Good news. You exist. You can down America. Let's use a little this is it here? We were brought up for one reason to talk about night one of preview night too. If we had the time no one brought you up to talk about not acknowledging existence, which about night one how you interpret it and see how you interpret it. How? Thankful one, Tammy, Because nobody shamed their. This is both often analysis. Thank you very much. But this this is what you will not talk about it. All right. It's not going well. You two sure of anyone benefited from that more fox and friends in just a moment. You're trying denying my existence. By the way, medical examiner concluded that George Floyd likely died of fentanyl overdose, according to court docks. New documents uncovered two memoranda. Dated January dated May 26 June 1 That suggests chief Hennepin County Medical Examiner, Dr Andrew Baker concluded that George Floyd likely died from a fentanyl overdose and found quote no physical evidence suggesting close quote that he died. Of asphyxiation. The middle dated June, 1 said. A B, which stands for Andrew Baker, the doctor, the medical examiner. Maybe said If Mr Floyd had been found dead in his home or anywhere else, and there were no other contributing factors, he would conclude that it was an overdose Death. End of quote. Armed forces medical examiner. Found this quote. His death was caused by Lilith restraint and setting of severe Hypertension. And fentanyl intoxication. So this is going to be a very difficult case. I think for the prosecution to win because they've got to establish that the knee on his deck was on his neck was approximate cause to his death, and that does not appear to be the finding of the chief medical examiner. Is it interesting? How the Issue of the black ball player, referring to the white ball player in the N B A. As a blank blank. White boy just kind of went away, he said. I was sorry. Now No one's talking about it. Call it completely. Chuck Pants said. Mike Pence is quite a little mouth when Trump misstates things. You mean like Anderson Cooper when Joe Biden said that Donald Trump did. They were very fine people on both sides and we like when, and Cooper didn't say anything. When Joe Biden said that Trump never condemned David Duke is this thing on?.

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"andrew baker" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"andrew baker" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Runaway inflation, it would wait for evidence that it was staying at or above 2%, which it considers a healthy growth rate. Gasoline prices are not expected to be higher, even though Hurricane Laura forced the shutdown of oil drilling in the Gulf. But Weinstein with SM use Maguire Energy Institute says demand is down and we're drowning and supply is adequate supply out there. That's already been process. Remember, we're in the midst of a pandemic and demand for fuels is down. Gosh, I don't know. 50% exploration in the Gulf amounts to about 20% of U. S oil production. But he says Refiners are prepared for storms. Crews can fire their machines back up quickly and exploration will likely resume in about a week. And pending home sales were up for a third month in a row. The Realtors Association says signed contracts increased 6% from June to July and 15.5%, compared to July of last year, with one month increase was double predictions. Consumer and business News. Joe McConnell, NBC news radio. China has fired missiles into the South China Sea in what correspondent bills in for reports was a direct message to the United States. The message to the United States stay out. The move came as the US conducts regular freedom of navigation missions through the South China Sea and after China said a U. S surveillance plane was spotted in a no fly zone. During Chinese military drills among the missiles that were fired by China. One called the aircraft carrier killer. Defense Secretary Mark Esper said China is merely flexing muscles in the South China Sea. Minnesota's Hennepin County Medical examiner says George Floyd had lethal doses of fentanyl inside his system at the time of his death. Floyd died in police custody after being accused of using counterfeit bills. When police apprehended him. They then kneeled on his neck, causing social unrest around the world three months ago. Dr Andrew Baker also adds that he's not saying it's what killed him. Mayor Bill de Blasio is not giving into demands for required Covad testing in New York City schools. Scott Pringle has the details. Teachers union wants a mandatory corner virus testing policy in place for students and faculty, even threatening to strike. The mayor was asked what his reason is for not requiring testing. It has not been the guidance around the world or the practice to do mandatory.

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"andrew baker" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"andrew baker" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Because it mimics my case and I'm back on these grounds of Minnesota and it just feels like I'm coming to my son's funeral again this this done man was crying at the end that was like my son away from the great Sam I mean you got to do something else still telling us and I said I'm standing strong with all families the note with this family yes and I will stand I will rally I will try to expose bad policing the legislation we have to do because no one deserves to die like that the three officers at the scene were charged with aiding and abetting second degree murder and second degree murder manslaughter all four were fired last week meanwhile an autopsy a full autopsy of George Floyd shows a man who died in police custody tested positive for covert nineteen that according to the Hennepin county medical examiner's office which released a summary of findings that Ford had a heart attack while being restrained by officers and classified as may twenty fifth death as a homicide the report by chief medical examiner Andrew Baker spelled out clinical details including the Floyd tested positive for covert nineteen on April third but appeared a symptomatic the report also noted Floyd's longs appeared healthy but he had some narrowing of arteries in the heart of the county's earlier summary report listed fentanyl intoxication in recent methamphetamine use under cold other significant conditions but not under the.

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How to Improve Your Go-Around Decision Making

The Finer Points - Aviation Podcast

03:46 min | 2 years ago

How to Improve Your Go-Around Decision Making

"The next question comes from Andrew Baker and Andrew says I have the question about go around decision making. I'm a student pilot and I'm getting ready for my check ride when I come back to the airport environment from a practice or cross country. My blandings don't seem to be very good. I managed to get down safely but afterwards I play it over in my mind and I think I should have gone around do too much float it flaring too high. So how can I improve my go around decision making an improved landing skills at the same time all right Andrew. This is a good question. Thank you and and I'm GONNA borrow a tip from back country flying so when we teach people how to fly into unimproved strips or or anything in the back country country we do what's called a low pass assessment overfly the Strip without the intention of landing the whole point is to see if we can get the approach right seat see that if we can arrive over the Strip at the right airspeed and what the wind conditions are over the Strip. We do that low pass in the back country. We're looking at the surface of the runway okay but at the end we do a go around to see what our climb performance will be. It's not uncommon to do two or three low pass assessments in the back country before you ever plan to touchdown so let's hold that thought for a second. I have a colleague WHO's a software engineer and AC-. If I and he teaches that go go arounds are the default which I really love like if you're if you you know if you're if that word rings with you if that resonates with you go around is the default so that when you come into into land in airplane think of were just saying about the low pass assessment focus on your approach make sure your air speed is right. Are you holding the aiming point when you get down over the runway right but in your mind you're really thinking. I'm GONNA go around. I'M GONNA go around at least once here unless everything looks perfect. If everything looks perfect and I feel like I'm ready to land then I'll go ahead and set it down and if you're coming back from the practice area on a solo or on a lesson leave yourself a little extra time comeback ten minutes early and and planned to go around a couple of times there really is no consequence to that and if you remember that when when you're analyzing landings this is the part about how do you make your landings better when you're analyzing landings. It's best to break it up into five phases the approach the roundout the flare the touchdown and the rollout and this will allow you to be a little bit more granular about your analysis. You know you can say well. That was an awesome approach. I rounded out at the right height flared. The airplane crosswind got the best of me and I was crooked when I landed so touchdown needs some more right so or I dropped the nose wheel. After landing. I let go everything the airplane Kinda skidded did and maybe my rollout needs some work so if you think that go around is the default and you break your landing up into five phases you can kinda. I analyse the first two or three and then go around and see how you doing come back around again. Make your approach finally said it down and then when you're reflecting back on what you're landings really are like remember to think about it in those five phases now. I'm not saying by the way I don't want everybody listening to this. We don't want thousands thousands of people out there intention intentionally going around arbitrarily but what I'm saying is in your mind the mindset just like when your instructor says don't hold it off. Hold it off. Hold it off. Don't let it land. Let it land. He doesn't really mean or she doesn't really mean. Don't let it land. It's kind of a mindset thing right so same thing with the Gar. Don't be afraid trade at the end of that land at the end of that approach in the roundout. If anything doesn't feel right execute the default go around. Try Again and analyze your performance in those five

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"andrew baker" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

08:01 min | 2 years ago

"andrew baker" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Okay. Seems like it could get Michigan. Could get a little mushy. You know, feels like the stability wouldn't hold up. Well, just hot water not boil to anything just make it warm. Okay. Is this something you've done recently? Not recently younger as you've said exactly sometimes, you know, long before we had all the access to all these fun toys and new inventions Maria, we had to we had to cut a path for ourselves and people like you, and I are out there on the front lines doing the right thing. Hey, let's you have a great up cucumber a warm. I mean, if you wanted to woman's what's wrong with that nothing. It's just it's just I haven't heard of that before I didn't know that's it's prevalent. I know that you're very pro fruits vegetables. I get it up. Apparently if women are doing it's happening all over the place. I'm not gonna lie. I didn't know that. There were women out. There warming up covers like, I'm proud to to know it now, you know, what a lot of people said the same thing when you spoke about your relationship. I don't think people knew that was going on a lot of a lot of men out. There knew what I was talking about. And honestly, the fact that you're acting like you don't is offensive. I will tell you what I don't wanna talk to any of those men John talking to you about the Kiwi. We don't we don't either take that to the phone. Mark the tape that was the first call today, and they probably be the last man this. I would if this will mess you up for life because I feel like I could go through this, but not the sex with the story about to tell you about and I feel like I could get through it and not be haunted, but a couple that are out of news. Zealand neely. Andrew Baker checked into an Airbnb they thought they were gonna have a nice long weekend retreat. Shortly thereafter, they discovered there was a hidden camera which was live streaming their room. I guess if you if you as soon as you find that out, you're mad. You're sad. You're angry. Are you calling the owner man, I'll tell you how I live. I don't know what I would do. But I assume anytime stepping into a hotel or cabin on Airbnb, I feel like someone's watching like that's how I live my life. Now, what would be the response if somebody came to you today or or you saw on the news. You're like, oh, we just found out such and such a hotel the one you stated on Saturday night every room was live streaming. And you knew all your adultress Sexcapades have been streamed all over the internet. Are you like are you on? Are you ruined am? I ruined. No. I don't think. So you think you think would be? Yeah. Yeah. I don't think she's looking at it to be all over the internet. But I mean, I think I. Action is the probably kill somebody for doing that to you. Well, their first reaction was to call Airbnb report the camera. They had no advice for them over the phone. The girl just said if you cancel within fourteen days, you won't get your money back next the man in the relationship called the owner of the property when when confronted with the families discovery said, the the host hung up immediately later, he called back insisting the camera in the living room was the only one in the house, and it was for security purposes. While the dude who staying there was an IT guy and knew exactly what this camera was does it say how they were able to find the cameras because I know a lot of these cameras that people will find now there is like there are smaller the tip of a pen. Well, here's how it all started. He found it on the WI fi network. He works for an IT company. And he saw a camera popping up on the WI fi connection. So the scan showed the camera and a live feed from the angle of the video so the family track down, and it was inside what appeared to be a smoke alarm or carbon monoxide detector. A month the top of all my fears and fo the in the world is this. So what was the Erin Andrews? And she was in. She was in a drowsing Roach. Our why people so my mom did cameras, and we were little kids and just like you said with the tip of the pin. My mom made us all fearful that there was cameras everywhere. Fill matter where I go in life. I feel like there's cameras in a room. So the first thing I do inside a hotel room as I walked through and I flipped the bird to every single smoke alarm everything. I thought she was looking for cameras in every room. I'm like, oh Gimmie tips. Now, I just flip the bird to let it know that it's there, and then I say, I'm best behavior. I mean, you've gotta ask yourself if this is way worse than anybody. Can no like as far as are their cameras everywhere. We've been filmed on is there somebody that's pleasure themselves to our sex tape. I mean that's thinking mighty highly of our actual Antic. I mean, if you're just highly highly of yours too. I don't know if they're worth watching. I don't I don't know what other people are into. I don't know if they're in a regular guy like me get down to business. Probably not I pay. I pay extra to see you and your wife, especially if you keep the scarecrow costume on what pay actor don't pay at all. I'm not gonna make you pay for them. I'm just saying if I if I know website and the website is people having sex in hotels dot com, and then there's all sorts I can see 'cause you know, when you get in the porno sites. They've got a little preview cursor over. And then you get a little preview the action starts Rockin. So if I'm. I'm holding my cursor over you and Phoebe saying, oh, Harry, dude hope for charity event. I'd like to say this is my hairy sasquatch punishes house. Mom. Oh, wow. That's good. Right. I don't know. Maybe for a guy like you would if I'm trying to get clicks the caption on throwing do people are people trying to get who uploads porn. That's the thing. The porno people is it. It's just regular do. I love this clip. Yeah. No. A this is the thing all the time. Well, I feel like I've already been filmed. I don't know if people are pledging themselves. They're uploading my antiques, but do you feel like you've been in a room where there's been cameras? I don't know. I was just more or less speculating on if it's much more rampant than we think about it fairly often. I mean, we've heard about it in bathrooms locally we've heard about it in hotel rooms Airbnb dressing rooms. So I'm just wondering if it's a much bigger problem than the average person accepts I believe it is. But I mean, how could we even go on with our lives of something? We thought about every single minute. It is very scary to. It's very scary to think about really sad news out of northport. There's no way to really sugarcoat this. But it's so bad that I feel like I we have to at least touch on it a seventeen year old girl has passed away in three others are in the hospital after rollover crash involving more than a dozen teens in northport of the driver was a nineteen year old girl who is drunk behind the wheel. So there's there's there's there's no silver lining to this story. I imagine this girl's life is ruined forever. Just another thing for people to think about before they drink and drive 'cause we talk about it all the time. How we we don't think it's ever going to be something that ends. But it just another other store to put in your head. When you're getting behind the wheel in the thing is too is when like this girl should get the book thrown at her. She has killed somebody. You know, there are other people in the hospital right now over affecting the lives of over a dozen teens, but like her life if they let her out today. I would think that her life is ruined. Yeah. For sure. I don't. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. That makes that I watched dirt with Vince Neal, and he killed his best friend, and he was cutting out on like three weeks later. He was he was a lot of drugs though. Right. He's probably, you know, trying to get rid of those say, oh, you're saying he covered them. Well, he masked his his master proper a lot of people. Life can kill somebody and not ever think twice about it. Yeah. I mean berry can't from that great HBO show. I've been telling you about but Dexter cuts. You didn't watch the new episode? I was watching ended our fourteen of wrestlemainia berry to you really should start at though finished the first season yet. I I've actually seen them. All. Yeah. I started. I've I've been very up on berries. It's the beginning. Not the same one that I'm talking about those Bill Hader from the waterboy the fawns. Yes. Henry Winkler a hell of a show. I should try to have seen it. And I told you about it. And now, I feel like you are you're acting like you told everybody did tell everybody about it and everybody watch berry it's on HBO Sunday night. Yeah. Let's go and take a break coming up next..

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"andrew baker" Discussed on Mike Drop

Mike Drop

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"andrew baker" Discussed on Mike Drop

"They're so since I've been back here from having left there, you know, all of the warrior dogs kind of fit into that same category, and they all have their their quirks and issues. Some harder than others. But you know, the whole reason that that they're here. And right now, we have eighteen of them with a nineteenth about to come in. They're all here for a reason. And it's not because they're easy to deal with the good aspect about that is that I've learned so much more about training than I would have ever imagined by just having them here and having to deal with some of their issues, you know, that got them here in the first place. So it's it's been a hell of a training experience. And for those people out there were actually looking for a kennel kennel tech. Now, if you wanna learn about dog behavior taking care of almost twenty retired working dogs day in day out will teach you way, fuck and more than any training academy will ever even dream to teach you so Email info at Drake owes. If if you're interested, it is a hard position Phil because it's it's tough work. It's clean and ship and exercise dogs and dealing with dogs. That are looking for a reason to come after you, but very very rewarding. And incredibly insightful in terms of the knowledge that you can gleam from that. So short answer. There isn't a hardest dog many of them over the years have proven to be difficult. Right. So Andrew Baker and road hug zero one one have kind of a similar question here to Synopsys it. It's how do I help a'dog learned to become gentle and emotionally intelligent around children. So great question a very common. One also something that, you know, regularly plagues households have young kids or they're going to have a baby or whatever. And they've got a, you know, young strong, adult or just a dog, that's super energetic, and you're trying to teach them how to be ginger around beings that need to be ginger around think of, you know, in a hospice with old people that are, you know, on death's door, and you're bringing service dogs in their those types of dogs. You know that that's kinda the goal that you're looking for to get the dog to behave more like that. There's a there's a double. Edged sword and kinda two sides to this coin that I want to talk about which is you know, a lot of it has genetics. That's just the reality of it is that you know, the reason that service dogs are service dogs. Yes. There's a high level of training that goes into it. But there's a genetic component that you cannot teach that you can't manufacture that. You can't force that you can't change. And that has to be there. You know, some dogs are much much more inherently genetically focused or geared towards that type of work and some are the exact opposite of that. I get asked a lot, you know..

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"andrew baker" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

Part-Time Genius

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"andrew baker" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

"It's clearly not a perfect system. I, in fact, there's this one colleges named Andrew Baker who recently said, quote, if you have to sit down and design reproductive system, you wouldn't come up with this. One is the only option they've got for carrying on the species. So you know, what are you gonna do. I think stay away from Australia during mating season. Pretty bizarre. All right. Well, my next Gary animal courtship belongs to the anglerfish, and this is another one where the males willingly destroy themselves for the sake of breeding, but it's a much more gradual destruction in this case and the females definitely come out the clear winners on this one. So I actually think I've heard of this one. It's the males are like parasites, right? That's right. And to be specific, we're talking about a particular sub order of the anglerfish. These are the ratio it's and they account for only twenty five or so of the hundred sixty nine. Species of deep sea anglers. Now the females belonging to the sub order just looked like what you'd think of when you picture anglerfish. You've got those huge mouths full of those needle like teeth and that long curves stock with a glowing yet to light the way for the smaller unlucky fish. It's just amazing. The look at those thing in action on believable, the male suray show. It's don't look like this at all. There's no needle teeth. No hanging lantern and the weirdest thing of all they are about sixty times smaller than the female sixty times. Yeah. So in fact, in the nineteenth century, when scientists first started classifying this ratio, it's they only worked with the female specimens because they didn't even recognize the males as belonging to the same species. It was this big scientific mystery like where are all the males, and it wasn't until the mid nineteen twenties that scientists realized what was going on. And that was when one researcher finally decided to dissect these smaller fish that were attached to the side of. The female anglerfish and as it turned out, the male fish were right under their noses the whole time, they just been either ignored or miss classified. So I, I'm fascinated by this house actually do the males get attached to the females and are they just kind of stuck there on the sides? Yeah. So so the way that works is that the male angler starts the hunt for a mate by following this very species, specific, fair moan that the females give off and the males actually have the biggest nostrils in proportion to their heads of any other animal on the planet. So they at least have that bragging. So they're well equipped for this job and apparently only one percent of these males ratio ratios ever actually find female tonight. More to believe. Yeah. So for the lucky few who do find a mate, the next step is to bite into her belly and move on for life. So then over time the males body fuses with the female to the point that their skin actually joins together and so do their blood vessels. It's the weirdest thing. And then at this point, the male is pretty much set like he's a total deadweight. He doesn't need to see or swim or even eat like a normal fish anymore. All is nutrients come directly from his mates blood. And so pretty soon all the organs, the mail doesn't really use any more. They just start to wither away. We're we're not talking about like all these internal organs we're talking about is Finn's, of course, the internal organs, everything. And so you've basically got this little lump that just feeds off exchange for providing sperm whenever she's ready to spawn. And I, it does remind me there's there's one friend from college that I think fits..

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