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Bond fire spreads rapidly, forcing more evacuations in Orange County, Los Angeles
"Story at 603 continuing in depth team coverage on the fires burning in Southern California, the largest in Orange County. It's called the Bond Fire burning near Irvine 3600 Acres so far, no containment. There are evacuation orders and warnings in place. Live to the scene now can extend seventies John Baird. I'm in Silverado Canyon, and I just drove down the road here. Let me tell you. Fire trucks are everywhere. Fire crews playing defense right now trying to save homes. In fact, I I stood there on the side of the road Santiago Canyon Road and watched a structure burned. I think it may have been a home. I talked to a fire official who told me he believes some homes have burned. In this area, but he was too busy trying to save other homes to get into that for the moment, But again, fire crews are all over the place. Hundreds of them are hundreds of firefighters trying to battle this place. It started out as a house fire. It's spread into nearby vegetation, and it just took off. First. It went from like a seven acre blaze and to a 1500 blade acre blaze and now again as Vicky said, 3600 acres homes threatened mandatory evacuations. Now in place right now, some voluntary ones as well and more more firefighters pouring into the area
Los Angeles County sets curfew for restaurants, wineries, limits size of gatherings
"And the restrictions more of them coming our way here in Southern California restaurant owners, many of them already Struggling, say this could just be the end can extend seventies John Baird live with more Indoor dining was shut down in July for good, but outdoor dining is now under the microscope. The county is limited capacity for outdoor dining for restaurants at 50%. Plus, there's going to be a 10 o'clock curfew. But outdoor dining has likely kept a number of restaurants from going under, and now it will be restricted. California Restaurant Association is wondering what the connection is between outdoor dining and the spread of the Corona virus they believe with the experts have been telling them that the spread is due to household gatherings and looking ahead. The holidays will bring more of that, so we can't help but think that restaurants are bearing the brunt of the pain for behavior. It's not connected to them. County Public health director Dr Barbara for Error said last month that sit down restaurant and bar experiences are a contributing factor in this spread of the Corona virus.
Los Angeles Dodger Stadium COVID-19 Testing Hours Extended, Site Open From 8 a.m. To 8 p.m. Daily
"John Baird is a Dodger Stadium this morning and says You need an appointment. Teo get a task. They've expanded. Their hours are up until eight o'clock, Andi, just checking. I mean, there's 7200 slots available just for today, 11,000 tomorrow and there's a lot of testing sites around the city of Los Angeles. So if you're interested There's probably a good day to go, and it's free. So that's not bad.
Brodie Van Wagenen out as New York Mets general manager
"Moments after a new Mets owner checked in some top level management checks out New York Mets general manager Brodie van wagon and a roster of top aides are out. Changes announced less than an hour after hedge fund manager Steve Cohen wrapped up team purchases. The team purchase pegged it 2.4 billion, also leaving special assistant to the GM. Omar Minaya, assistant general manager, is a large bar. Baird and Adam got Ridge along with executive director of Player Development Jared Banner
Brush Fire West Side of San Dimas Canyon Road
"Crews are on the job this morning in the hillsides in Laverne. Let's go to the scene right now. Here's our John Barrett. Well, this fire began about four o'clock this morning near San Dimas Canyon and Golden Hills Road, and it started burning up pill. It's taken out 60 acres of brush so far, but no homes have been threatened. At least not at this point. B. J Doll works for CBS to He lives in the area about a mile away. Ah Ah, you know, I'm not quite sure what time it is right now, but about 5 15. Were awoken by just helicopter over how after helicopter after helicopter wondering what was going on right away when I will definitely smelled a pretty intense fire. No. In fact, three water dropping helicopters were on scene, hitting the flames from the air, helping the firefighters on the ground but again No homes threatened to this 0.60 acres consumed by the flames will be keeping an eye on this reporting live. John Baird KO next. 10 70 news radio 6 33 back to the
New York - Cory Booker wins 2nd full Senate term in N.J.
"And one time Democratic presidential candidate scored a second U S Senate term. With at least 63% of the vote count in Booker Beat Republican Rick Matter 61% to 38% Booker. It rains. $14.5 million for his campaign. Baird a meta Trump loyalists at $564,000. We have election results in
Suspect Arrested In Fatal South Los Angeles Hit-And-Run That Killed Father
"Southland residents are not only seeing a big spike in murders. They're also dealing with an endless number of severe or fatal hit and run cases, Authorities say. One of them though, just got solved. Police say the suspect was driving a stolen vehicle when he slammed into a dad riding bikes with his two young Children. On July 8th. The dad was fatally injured. The kids were hurt, and the suspect took off on foot through various investigative leads. We were able to identify 26 year old voice of Los Angeles. He was already in jail for something else when they caught up to him, But now he's being held on $2 million bail for hitting and killing. Jorge Guerra, Sarah's daughter says the grieving family is grateful, but they want to see the end of all the carnage from hit and run cases. What happened to my father was just one of the many casualties caused here in South Los Angeles. Traffic violence, the officer notes. The drivers must stop after hitting somebody, or else the consequences are much more severe. It actually compounds the matter into further, more serious charge is, in fact, a suspect in this case is facing a murder account. In addition to a list of other charges in south L, A. John Baird, Kay and X 10 70 NewsRadio,
Amy Coney Barrett sworn in as newest Supreme Court justice
"This morning at the Supreme Court Justice Amy Cockney Barrett was officially sworn in here's A Bee sees a nestling patera hours after being confirmed by the Senate with a 52 to 48 vote Justice Barritt taking the judicial oath at the Supreme Court, officially kicking off her tenure on the nation's highest court. Baird, assuming the late Justice Ginsburg's chambers, with Ginsberg's clerks being reassigned to other justices. Ginsberg passed in September at the age of 87 as delicate. Terra ABC NEWS Washington
Senate Judiciary Committee approves Amy Coney Barrett nomination to Supreme Court
"On the Senate Judiciary Committee with unanimous vote to advance the nomination. Of Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court have been here a while and I've never seen anyone more capable Then Judge Baird on the law committee chair Lindsey Graham. Democrats boycotted the vote because they say the nominations being rushed through before Election Day. Ah full Senate vote on the confirmation is expected Monday,
Judiciary Committee sets date for vote on Barrett confirmation
"This morning, Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee tried and failed to slow down the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett, who appears to be on track for the high court before the November 3rd election. NPR congressional reporter Claudia Gonzalez joins us with the latest and Claudia Today is Day four of Cockney barrettes confirmation How far apart of Republicans and Democrats on this committee over the sheer pace of this confirmation hearing? It's really going pretty fast. They're moving as quickly as they can. Republicans. Are they? Both sides remain very far apart. Just this morning is you had mentioned Democrats were able to delay today's proceedings. They did that by about two hours. And they're hearing now from a series of experts and Barrett is not appearing s. Oh, it's just a reminder of how these two sides are so opposed right now. Democrats don't want to see this nomination move forward, but they also have very limited tools and their disposal to stop this process. Republicans have been steadfast in their mission to approve Barrett to the court before Election Day, and even this much of the country is already in the midst of early voting. So this is moving on schedule for Republicans, even with the Democrats attempts to stall with a vote set for next Thursday to move her nomination from the committee to the full Senate floor. What's been some of the analysis of how Cockney Barrett has has come across this week, while surprisingly, even with this bitter partisanship on display right now, this hasn't been this combative and contentious as we saw during the Brett Kavanaugh hearings from 2018. Democratic senators told reporters last night that Barrett isn't his combative as Kavanaugh. So that's taken Ah lot of the heat out of this wave of hearings this time that say they've complained repeatedly that Barrett has been evasive. She's declined to talk about how she might rule in the future on certain cases. And she's also dodged questions on climate change and other matters that air of importance right now, But in light of that, Republicans say Barrett and her background is still resonating with the American public. She did have some things to say, though, about the case coming before the high court this week after the election, challenging the affordable care act, what stood out there? So she hasn't said she'll recuse herself. From that case, she was grilled extensively on this. Democrats say Trump is putting her on the court to overturn it. And Democrats say Barrett auditioned for the court threw a Siri's of critical pieces against the we should note. Again that this case will be before the court just a week after the election, and she hasn't said this week, however, that she's on a mission to destroy it, but still, it remains unclear how she could rule here. And says she hasn't looked at the issues yet and doesn't know how she will either. There was also this moment yesterday in an exchange with Senator and Democratic vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris, who pressed Cockney Barrett on her beliefs about whether Koven 19 was infectious. Whether smoking causes cancer. And whether climate change is real. I will not expressive you on a matter of public policy, especially when that is politically controversial because that's inconsistent with the judicial role as I have, explained Barrett and you've made your point clear that you believe that's a debatable plan. And in Harris was responding there on noting that Cockney Barrett is saying climate change is a debatable point. What are other Democrats saying about moments like this? And what are Republicans, also saying in response, Democrats are using this as ammunition that Baird has been evasive and using. This is an example of claims that the American public still doesn't know. Bear it well enough to know she's a right fit for the Supreme Court in this ties into another concern, just raised by Democrats in today's hearing. Claiming Barrett has yet to submit comprehensive information of the committee about her background because again, this is such a rushed process on. Even Democrats have conceded they haven't had enough time to dig in to bat. Barrett's background to bring some And even more comprehensive look at this nominee and how she could shift the court. So in terms of her asking thes questions that Paris and others if they feel like they're haven't been enough answers, But Republicans say that she's presented a complete picture enough to be approved to the to the highest court. Okay, So what's the timeline for the committee to vote on her nomination and then the full Senate? So we know to Republican Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski. R potential. No votes, but But even still, is this a done deal? This appears to be a done deal from here. Of course, a week is eons away these days, so we can't say for sure what's going to happen. However, the committee has set that vote for next week to vote her nomination out to the full Senate floor so the full Senate could take this up sometime in the remaining days of the month. And in terms of who might vote against that, Yes, those two Susan Collins of Maine and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska are two potential no votes. Democrats are still hoping that they'll have more Republicans flip and vote against this and perhaps derail the effort. But right now it looks like this could be a done deal.
Senate Panel Wraps Confirmation Hearings for Trump's Supreme Court Pick
"Court nominee Amy Cockney. Barrett underway with members listening to witness testimony today. Jamie Tony Baird not actually present at this final hearing. Instead, members on the Senate Judiciary Committee quizzing experts from the American Bar Association and outside witnesses about barrettes qualifications. The committee vote on Barrett's nomination is set for October 22nd at 1 P.m.. And as delicate terra ABC NEWS
Los Angeles - Fire Weather Watch Issued Ahead Of Santa Ana Wind Event
"Burning at near Redlands? Evacuations underway. This is the Bruder fire! That's what they're calling it. It broke out overnight burned at least 100 acres. So far, they do have some containment about 30% of the biggest worry is the home. Seems that are near the flames, which you're burning off Live Oak Canyon Road. This is between the tan and sand to Matteo Road. Evacuation orders are in place for the areas along east Sunset Drive South and live Oak Canyon Road. Let's get more on the fire danger this morning. Our end up team coverage continues now with our John Barron. The high heat. The moderate Santa Ana winds are likely to bring Maura this critical fire weather to parts of Southern California through tomorrow, especially in the mountain areas. At this point, we're looking at a fire Weather watch for tonight and Friday in the adventure of mountains as well as in the Santa Clarita Valley. And we could be looking at a red flag warning. At some point. You know what that means that when we have the hot, very hot, dry and windy conditions, all favorable that we could have critical fire weather concerns. That's Kristen Stewart. She's a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. Fortunately, she says, things are expected to cool down by Saturday. After a seemingly endless heat wave reporting live, John Baird K Annex, 10 70 NewsRadio More now
Live updates: Barrett faces questions on Day 2 of Senate hearings
"U S Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney. Barrett is declining to say whether President Trump has the authority to delay the general election. On the grounds that doing so would basically make a judge illegal pundit on the second day of her confirmation hearing in the U. S. Senate. Judge Baird also weighed in on originalism. I interpret the Constitution as a law that I interpret its text is text and I understand it tohave the meaning that it had at the time people ratified it. The Republican majority is set on confirming Bear before the election, the Democrats fear landmark laws they've champion will be in jeopardy. A bipartisan group of Christians has formed a
Amy Coney Barrett says she 'believes deeply in the rule of law'
"The confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney. Barrett is over. During her opening remarks, Spirits dressed the court should try to steer clear of making policy judgments. Baird added that she believes deeply in the rule of law and an independent Supreme Court that interprets the constitution and laws as they're written. Senate Republicans air rushing to get Bear Confirmed before the November 3rd presidential election, Democrats argue the winner of the election should fill the Supreme Court vacancy. Early
What to watch for when Kamala Harris questions Amy Coney Barrett at her nomination hearing this week
"National attention for her hard hitting questions in the Supreme Court confirmation hearings of brat Brett Kavanaugh on two years ago, A lot of the Democratic focus is on Senator Kamala Harris. Once again is hearings begin. Tomorrow for Judge Amy Cockney Barrett case. CBS's Dan Mitchinson Talk more about that with Dr Stephen Wolpert, professor of politics at ST Mary's. College and an expert in the U. S Constitution, the Supreme Court and California politics. So what do you think we'll expect from senator and vice presidential hopeful Harris. Well, she will be obviously under heightened scrutiny, so I expect her to treat this as a campaign event. She will probably continue her prosecutorial style of questioning. She'll be direct and persistent and focused. But she can't afford to be seen as disrespectful towards Judge Barrett or angry, Um, so she probably won't be quite as forceful as she was when she Uh, grilled Cavanaugh about requesting an FBI investigation into allegations of sexual assault. No, the president said. I thought she was the meanest, most horrible, most disrespectful or anybody in the U. S senate when that happened a couple of years ago. Yeah. So what you could do, she could still push back if Judge Barrett equivocates in her statements or emits omits relevant information about her background or her writings. But I expect her to stay far away from there. It's religious views and affiliations. Instead, I would not be surprised if she if Harris doesn't highlight ways in which Judge barrettes judicial philosophy threatens policies that are popular with voters like the Affordable Care Act. And what I call the pelvic issues, contraception, sexual orientation and abortion. So that is the way she could still look like she's fighting for liberal causes without being disrespectful. Well, it really is Ah balancing act because not only is she running for VP, but she's a committee member, so I I would imagine. She's also going to be concerned about not being attacked by Republicans during this confirmation hearing as well as the issue of being disrespectful that you just brought up Well, I'm sure that Republicans will be looking for any opportunity to criticize her because again, this is a campaign event. So, um, as much as the focus should be on Judge Barrett. To a large extent. It'll be partly on the philosophy of the nomination, but also on the timing of the nomination, which is also unpopular with voters. So it's possible that Harris might ask Judge Baird if she would recuse herself on cases involving election dispute concerning the president. Or whether she might recused herself on cases involving abortion, given her past writings and so forth. So there are ways in which she can be critical and cast the nomination in an unfavorable light for the Republicans, and the Republicans will try to turn the tables on her for sure. And if you talked to just about any Republican and we've talked to a number in recent weeks, they say they have the votes. This confirmation could move through in record time. Do you agree? Yes, they have the votes barring some outbreak of covert 19 among the members, they're already a couple of Republicans who are ill. But a CZ long as they're able to vote. They have the votes and they intend to proceed as fast as they can. And there's only a limited number of steps that the Democrats can take to try to slow things down. By leveraging rules and procedures, but I don't think that they're going to be successful in preventing a vote. Let me ask you before we let you go. Then if you're Republican, why would you want to focus on Harris and just not try to ignore her and focus On. Ah, Amy Cockney Barrett. Because they're trailing in almost all the polls and especially in the swing states, so their their campaign to keep the White House is in trouble, and, in fact, their chances of Keeping control of the Senate are also in doubt. So it's more important. I think, since they're probably going to be able to get her there, it confirmed, so the more important job now is to try to change the diamond dynamics of the Presidential election.
Amy Coney Barrett: Supreme Court nominee vows to 'apply law as written'
"Confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett begin tomorrow. Hey, CBS reporter Melissa call Ross takes look at what we might expect The opening statement, Judge Barrett will deliver before the Senate Judiciary Committee has been released and you see Hastings College of the law professor Rory Little says it's pretty standard talks about how much she loved her family and her husband and how much she appreciates the support of many people, including teachers and parents and schools. Prior to this point, little, says Baird is unlikely to take any questions on the first day of her confirmation hearings. But when she does, she'll be judged on whether her views air in step with the majority of senators and the country. He says Barrett will be more conservative than at least half the court if she becomes a justice, But he will, I think, try hard, at least in the first couple of years to just follow the chief justice and And follow. You know the precedents and things like that. But justice is usually don't make much of a wave in the first couple of years. Little does not think Barrett's confirmation is guaranteed. Even though Senate Republicans say they have the votes, he says anything can happen over the next week or two.
L.A. malls reopening after county loosens restrictions on indoor operations
"Malls re opened for indoor shopping. Could it happen in L. A county today? Let's find out from can extend seventies John Baird. Some people may have thought this day would never come indoor malls opening today, but a 25% capacity, food courts and common areas must remain closed under the county's health order. Dr. Barbara Ferrer is the director of the county Public Health Department. Our collective goal look healthy businesses and residents is to reopen sectors in a way that does not resolved more cases. Or illness and more death from Cove in 19. We'll see how many people flock to the malls. But it's been a while since they could go out and do shopping like thiss but again. They will only be open to 25% capacity Reporting
Boston's Franklin Park Zoo makes history with twin tapir tots
"Zoo. Zoo. It's It's taper taper taught taught to to new new baby baby tapers. tapers. After Mom Abbey gives birth to twins, The male and female taper tots are Believed to be the first set of Baird's tape or twins on record. And for those of you not up to speed a taper looks something like a pig and this native to jungles off both South and Central America, right,
"baird" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Baird of laws you're getting ready to limit capacity at some parks in the city he is expected to issue guidelines today saying there are certain parts where they've just seen big crowd there are certain parks where the the just the configuration of the park ends itself to overcrowding and we're working on strategies right now to address that and those new guidelines could take effect this weekend in Hoboken the city will begin reopening some parks today all state and county parks opened last weekend the mayors in northern Hudson county had agreed to keep their parts closed but Hoboken says it's just seen a decline in cases and there are important benefits for people being outside speaking of being outside governor Murphy expects New Jersey beaches to be open for Memorial Day I will be shocked if our beaches are not open but with very specific guidance just as we open county and state parks Murphy says they have reeled in the parks and people have observed social distancing guidelines so he thinks the same can be true for beaches nursing homes remain a big concern in New Jersey accounting for about half of all the deaths in the state now governor Murphy is sending in the National Guard the governor announced members of the National Guard will be assisting healthcare workers over a hundred and twenty soldiers will be in the first tranche of assistance so we are working with our long term care centers to back fill the need Murphy said frontline staff need some backup especially after more than half of covert nineteen deaths in the state have been in long term facilities meantime the governor said new cases of the corona virus are leveling however two hundred and thirty four more people passed away from the virus on Wednesday I need to G. W. O. R. news governor Cuomo says New York must stay the course while key indicators continue to drop he says re opening too soon would mean people would unnecessarily die I understand that I'm going to die I just don't want to die now or next week and I won't don't want to die because I contracted the cold virus unnecessarily he says the state is going through hell but what they're doing is working so they're going to keep doing it the governor has extended the moratorium on evictions to the state already banned both residential and commercial affections through June now they're banned through August twentieth governor Cuomo initial steps of banning any late payment fees also allowing people to use the security deposit as a payment and they can repay it over a prolonged period of time allowing the use of security deposit drew praise from other elected officials like Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams it's a move governor Phil Murphy enacted for New Jersey nearly two weeks ago James flippant W. O. R. news back here in the city when restaurants re open they could look a lot different made to Blasio says gloves and face coverings could be required and there would be an emphasis on outdoor dining outdoors is interesting and promising possibility to rely on more of the service being outdoors you still need precautions but that's an interesting option we're looking at capacity would also be limited Connecticut remains on target to begin phase one of their re opening on may the twentieth governor Ned Lamont says that will include more testing you can see we ramped up our testing you know quite a bit we're a close to five thousand yesterday of what we want to look at up to forty two thousand covert diagnostic tests per week nationwide some concern about the risk to human life a lot of states are re opening even as cases and hospitalizations are increasing president was asked if he is concerned that many states are moving forward with plans to partially re open even though they have not met the white house's guidelines for re opening we give leeway to the governors and easy governors that have done a good job we rely on them we trust that president urges states to reopen the CDC has prepared a draft road map to help restaurants schools churches and others to do it safely the White House has rejected that draft a senior official telling ABC news it is quote unnecessary and duplicative that is correspondent Jonathan Karl meanwhile the president's personal valet has tested positive for corona virus it's a military service member against the president his lunch and diet cokes but trump downplayed the significance I had very little contact personal contact with this gentleman you know who is a good person but I've had very little contact Mike is you had very little contact with them but Mike was tested and I was tested with voters trump says he'll be tested every day which is raising some eyebrows and governors are complaining they don't have enough tests ten.
"baird" Discussed on Global Impact Podcast
"Outweigh outlander slanders. And it's on. It's on Netflix. And about a scotch. Irish are Scott Scottish. Dude like me and my wife English and it's about an English lady and it's a great story at eleven. I mean it's just been a lot of fun. I put that on my list. I'm watching more Netflix than I've ever watched before this. This one just hits hits us between the eyes because you know the Scots stubborn guy and you know it fits are both personalities. Pretty Darn close so see. You're lousy you're laughing at each other when you watch this. We really are. We're having a ball watching it if you if you if you put everything You know they'll say the last four to five years what's the best lesson you learn or or maybe something you've accomplished that stands out and say. I'm proud of. I'm proud of something that's happened or I've done in the last few years you know. I think I'm what I've realized a lot in this last few years. That life is so short and I. That's what I hung up the hand piece Eleven months ago. I'm still acted with lots of my other companies and everything else. I'm not retired but I just realized I lost a close friend that was younger than me to cancer and and a couple other golfing buddies that have passed away and so all of a sudden you realize that you know every day is a gift from God and I WanNa make it as as great a day as I can I think I've You know when you lose friends. It's easy to be depressed but it's also a time to do some self reflection and look at things and say you know My sister just started her own blog. And it's called the the final third because you know she's younger than I am but she just retired. She's dermatologist and she's sixty one or sixty two so. She said she's planning her next third of show make it Her last third and I hope she goes. But I don't know just being able to reflect and do a lot of self reflection of things that not only I have enjoyed in my life and I'm so thankful for but the new things and hopefully that'll continue blessed with good health and and my plan is to continue to help other dentists and help other people in any ways that I can When where there's a need there's always an opportunity and so that that that's I. I think I'm most proud of just my ability to be able to self reflect and say you know I think the future holds some great promise and there's a lot of fun things that we're going to do and of course that's good Lord William Amen. Well and and I will say that the number one thing that holds you together is a young lady named Cynthia. Yes it is yes it is she keeps me she keeps me straight talk she keeps you reined in no you got a beautiful daughter. You got a great panel to get grandkids. He'd been running so earthy teams on the way so grand. My Good grandbaby. Yep Yep so thirteen on the way six kids and and So so life life is good and for anybody that's been watching outlander. I CALL SAUCE AMAC. Now that's the word for for an Englishwoman. So I just cut her sesame she like an I've caught on her sasquatch. But it's now I wouldn't go over to good no it doesn't so anyway Well Bruce you're you're making a impact Not only a lot of lives and impact on me. I love being around other entrepreneurs who are innovative and upbeat. You know even going through this Kobe. Nineteen years I I say. There's there's a in adversity. There's opportunity which is what this is. There's going to be a lot of opportunity on the other side passing mountains create opportunities. And you do that so you you've been A little bit of a little bit of a lot of the lights media to help navigate and and obviously to the dentist Around the world to Show some of the innovative things. And thanks for for this truly global impact you make on people's lives as well Post Fund. Webinar adjusted About an hour ago was You know cove in nineteen the surfboard mentality. I know we're about to get hit by. We already got hit by SONAM. But you gotTa Choice. You can either drowned or you can grab a surfboard. I'd rather grab a surfboard. So that's the mentality. Although I love that I may I may have to still bat when NAT. Just say it three times and it's yours buddy. I think I've heard that from you before your time. Tonight's that's from the mouth of Dr. Bruce Baird thanks. Jay Bruce Thank you. We enjoyed it Man We wish you. Hyun family stay safe and we're excited about the opportunities ahead. I look forward to it. Thanks thanks again for joining us on global impact a great time with Dr Bruce Bear. Thanks again for joining us. On another addition of global impact. Subscribe TO OUR PODCAST ON. Itunes and DEESOR and follow us on. Facebook links will be in the description below until next time stay inspired stay motivated and making impact..
"baird" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Baird a financial services company one seven brings us have a look at money news as the markets open can I hide somewhere I'm kind of afraid of but you know what somebody has to and I guess that's my job so at the opening bell the Dow was down by nine hundred fifty points now it didn't stay that low for very long it's still way down fuel by corona virus fears and how the outbreak could impact economies around the world let's take a peek right now the Dow is down eight hundred points the nasdaq is down a hundred seventy five U. S. B. is down thirty five wall street's pretty much following what markets did overseas stocks plunged in both Europe and Asia overnight there is a spike in corona virus cases now in both Italy and South Korea whole towns in Italy are on lockdown in Japan the Olympic committee is postponing the training of tens of thousands of volunteers in Tokyo for this summer's games but they do insist the Olympics themselves will still be held is also expected Congress will soon be asked to approve emergency funding as the corona virus outbreak continues a report in politico says the money could total one billion dollars we talked a bit recently about how much gas prices have been falling well below two dollars a gallon in some parts of metro Denver so are they still falling will buy that out right now from trilby Lundberg will undergo survey canceling prices did not change on average in the past two weeks the regular grade average nationally is two fifty three it's within two tenths of one penny of what it was back on February seventh but of course gas prices are tied to the price of crude oil and that market is taking a beating the crude oil market is in jeopardy that demand for crude oil is that not only being damaged by the corona virus but it may crash very very dramatically even OPEC doesn't know what to expect outside that though gas prices have been coming down because we are in a lower demand season and that will change once we get a little closer to spring bye bye Barney's the nearly one hundred year old man's store the cuts started in New York is closed it's doors in Manhattan Beverly hills and San Francisco the shutdown puts more than seven hundred people out of work actually update coming up at eight twelve how water gateway money near seven forty five sports K. ninety to get a nice win over the temples playing some decent deep into the process too it wasn't pretty at Pepsi center on Sunday but it doesn't always have to be the nuggets get it done one twenty eight one sixteen over the visiting to you all for Minnesota and head coach Mike Malone like the effort he got from his top two big men Paul had a rhythm you know that that was that was fun to watch you shot the ball really well for the three point line we had twenty nine assists which is a great number and Nicola just the efficiency which they played was fun and I thought Gary Harris played really well Paul knows that pace in August of twenty five points and twelve rebounds E. coli okay twenty four and eleven guard Jamal Murray added nineteen but thinks it was the other end of the floor that made the difference for a squad complacent defense home stops has run out and yeah we seldom score the nuggets look to make it two in a row when they welcome the pistons Tuesday to Pepsi center speaking of Pepsi center the avalanche off until Wednesday picked up four big points in so cal over the weekend when Anaheim Friday when in LA on Saturday but today's focus is on the NHL trade deadline which ends at one o'clock drill has spent two previous stints in boulder he was also the head coach at UCLA we took the Bruins to five bowl games in five years he comes back to boulder after one year as a wide receivers coach of the Miami Dolphins the Rockies rained out on what should've been their spring training opener Saturday in Arizona but got their first game of the spring in yesterday seven five loss to the angels they'll be back on the field at Salt River today at one ten is a host the Indians and the NFL world descends upon Indianapolis they call the underwear Olympics with the college scouting combine begins tomorrow head coach Vic Fangio and John Elway both said this week Tuesday and indicate will be live all week from at the combine it with your coverage that supports some raining crystalline came away when the Broncos bus and Rockies Colorado's morning news our top stories a spokesman for the campaign to reelect president trump says more than seventy thousand people ask for tickets to the president's recent rally in Colorado springs only ten thousand of course could make it into that sized arena while another two thousand listen to the rally outside the parking lot seventeen percent of those requesting tickets identified themselves as Democrats interesting White House national security adviser rob o'brien says he's not aware of any intelligence that shows Russian is trying to help president trump win reelection on ABC's this week Brian called it the same old story than a non story after that he said the trump administration takes election security seriously a string of violent crimes near downtown Colorado springs is probably connected officers believe the same suspect shot somebody Saturday morning Cheyenne meadows carjacked an SUV it later it started shooting it vehicles to lock your doors if you're AT intersection somebody walks up if you can drive away drive away you know we just we don't want to see anybody else put in danger police say they've connected twenty seven year old Kyree Howard Walker to the series of crimes and they're looking for him dog the bounty hunter believes that people shouldn't get frustrated about the lack of information in the search for eleven year old danced out when Chapman thinks you'll pass a county sheriff's office has leads that they're just not talking about really don't have any idea at.
"baird" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"Of the fact that this was john jones's ex girlfriend <hes> because of the dead kit and <hes>. I've been very fortunate. I haven't seen too many kids hurt but i've seen a couple in stays with you and it has an emotional impact that being said <hes>. We can't forget that there was a d._n._a. Hit on nick hillary now i'm. I'm not trying to argue that. He did this or that he he didn't <hes> this technology was very new and that's an and there was some missteps and how it is used so the judge suppressed it. I know at the same technology has been allowed in other cases the parallel to this case. I would draw the o._j. Simpson case for nineteen ninety five and as obviously o._j. Found not guilty but it's been commonly suggested if that if that audience that jury in nineteen ninety-five was familiar with t._n._a. Which was then in new technology as the average t._v. Watcher there is today that they were found o._j. Simpson guilty now ten years from now for the test they use might be so commonplace that no one ever questioned and we'll look back and say <hes> we have that never should've been suppressed what it might look back and say it's been completely discredited and that was why. Do you think that the judge gave a not guilty not verdict. Can you understand why they did or do you think that maybe that was an error. No not only can i understand it. It was the right move. The case was entirely circumstantial. It was no physical evidence linking beyond d._n._a. Which was suppressed <hes> so that wasn't count taking into account <hes> all the other evidence was <hes> circumstantial so no there was based on the case he saw that he reviewed then and <hes> he had no choice but to find him not guilty. Several people have noted that the same case was covered by dateline and that the people that watch the dateline hunted totally different point of view you what is your opinion of. These kinds of new shows is a possible for them to who fairly show details of the case within like and now our segment. I don't know <hes> this is one of the major questions of our time that <hes> not to bring up a certain political figure but the term fake make news is thrown around a lot and match much of the news now excuse from one side of the other themes much like i said <hes> as a detective investigating a case and you'll have a suspect in your mind and once you have this aspect. It's very hard to get him. Out of your head is the suspect and see a new one and i think the same thing happens to before they <hes> bill form an opinion the case in reviewing the case from that perspective instead of seeing it from a clean slate every day and just going with the fact you. I'm really interested in your book. Can you tell us a little bit about it. Oh south of evil. It's a crime thriller. I wrote when i was a detective in east boston and story about to american police officers who find out where the drug would aired small fortune and cash before he died. They sneak over to mexico to try to keep it and how can we find your book. What's available on amazon terrific. Why can't thank you enough. Brian is pleasure to talk to. You and i appreciate your insight and i'm excited to get your book. Thank u._k. U._k. <hes> i'd like to see again that i. I don't know if <hes> nick hillary did not or john jones. I hope one day we have the technology to actually find some manson's on this but my most concerning fact of all was that it was pushed for another trial by <hes> someone who is looking to be reelected the elected nass what really concerns me about the justice the system where it's been maybe someone's personal gain in personal ambition. Do i wanna thank all my guests this week. Daddy baird amp alario and of course brian dunford. Make sure you check out my patriot page this past last week. I didn't episode and it's all about instagram..
"baird" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"Was like childhood wrestling gone awry like a a a headlock that wouldn't kill a healthy person but someone who had a breathing problem that would lead direction thinking hey this could be a kid could be a childhood accident which i actually don't think it was i think there was an adult who attack the twelve wooden from what i saw was allegations of the court document against jon jones but what really struck me about him was is he was kind of have a self aggrandizing anyway <hes> talking about himself an odd sell perspective in maybe he just awkward in front of a camera but it was an awkward about him. He admitted that in more or less i was was hiding us on my girlfriend's house waiting to come home early in the morning and i saw nick hillary driving your home <hes> that's that's not really healthy behavior <hes> as far as nick hillary. I think those things background that suggests that he was violent. Does that strike you as interesting that someone who has no previous violent eylandt background would commit a murder against a twelve year old espec- especially strangulation not necessarily <hes> there are there are people all over the place who <hes> just crack they have a they have a moment that sends them all the pointed tolerance and they feel like their life is coming up five near needs to coming apart and and that's what they are and they just lose it and i'm not saying nick hillary did it i did or did not do it but he was in a crisis point. Five kids kids had lost his wife. I found like you've moved out of his house. He will do with another woman that fell apart and <hes> it's entirely possible. He felt his wife's filing out of control. Oh interesting. What did you think about the the three people that were in the back of the building and later in the documentary and there's a young man who claims he saw a black man in the window. How credible were those witnesses. <hes> i was concerned with that. I did not like that. I it changing the tests more at the last minute for a case that was big in potsdam. That was concerning. I did not have a lot of credibility for changing for coming up with new story about seeing a black man in the window five years later did the time line makes sense to you. What would it have been possible for either of the those men to commit a crime in the time that in the time stamp that we were given <hes> unfortunately i think think it is possible within the time stanford nick hillary to have been at that apartment. Did you think it was possible for john. Jones have been in the apartment based on what they said that they had video him walking his dog at the time of the attack and that he had volunteered his d._n._a. In in fingerprints would've had on file any ways in <hes> to being photographed as his feet in the hands and forearms and everything <hes>. I'm pretty comfortable saying no. I don't think not anything to do with that. Possibility had someone else doesn't help him with it. No that's <hes> that's something that would make better <hes> work in fishing in in real life talking someone into strangler twelve year old boy is <hes> at the extremes of human existence almost unlikely find someone wanted to go along with that for you awesomeness that john jones makes remarks regarding a restraining order. He said that there's no way that tandy could have written it because she doesn't use those words..
"baird" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"With it on october. October twenty fourth two thousand eleven twelve year old garrett phillips was murdered in his home in potsdam a small town in upstate new york so police quickly zeroed in on a suspect aspect in this unthinkable crime orel nick hillary a black man in this mostly white community who was a soccer coach at clarkson university and the ex boyfriend of garrett's. It's mother tandy cyrus from two time academy award nominee an emmy winner liz garbage the absorbing two part documentary looks at the case from an initial initial investigation through the arrest and numerous legal twists and turns that culminated in hillary's trial for murder five years after the crime this two part documentary he raises troubling questions of racial bias and issues surrounding police scene and the criminal justice system. I have asked brian dunford. Who's been a boston in police officer for fourteen years to watch this series. He's been awarded the medal of honor twice. He's got a master's degree in criminal justice and most importantly his debut ape. You novel south of evil was written while he was a detective. Welcome to the show. Hey thanks for having me was this the first you had heard of <hes> this case it wasn't it was riveting television so tell me a little bit about what your first impression was. As you began to watch the series series <hes> my first impression was that it was heavily biased in favor of <hes> nick hillary <hes> in this and it was all it was very entertaining. There were times it was a bit may appeal to there's one thing we do when i was lectured by an older detective why started <hes> we were at a crime scene and someone's tame came off and i turned us at all. Do you think could be him. He's he yelled at me and said no. I don't do that. I don't do that. I i just look at the facts and go they lead me. He was actually right. We have to keep a clear their mind about that. <hes> which is why. I'll tell you right now. I have no idea with nick hillary or not but it's not just a cop thing. It's not something just detectives. Do something reporters do something. We we all do that. Once an idea haden's in your head and you think i've got my suspect now. It is very hard to get it out of your head. So what do you think happened in this case. Do you think that thir legitimately was racial. Bias <hes> i i don't know and i know it's a hot button. Topic is one a coup flight to avoid <hes>. I think there are a lot of things are probably happened off camera or that the he'll make it wasn't privy to <hes> first and foremost i think tandy probably initially agreed with the assessment asman bed. Nick hillary was the one who likely killed her son. She now says he was probably likely involved but it wasn't in the documentary that she didn't say anything documentary so i felt troubled in the beginning when i was watching her former boyfriend john jones in the police room with her shortly okay after she found out that garrett was murdered. Why was he allowed to escort her into those meetings with the police officers <hes> he should not had been there. He should not have been involved in any formal interview. He can bring her to the police station. That's perfectly normal. We can hold their hand during his actions but he product to primary investigators investigators who have a private sit down where they walked through <hes> tennis irises day invite everywhere she was the last time she saw her son and <hes> every other pertinent detail..
"baird" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"To poke me and you go. There and i did truly feel bad that i exposed their relationship. Inadvertently i mean it would have been exposed later anyway but i didn't like that. I had a part in senate and she knew that we had a conversation about it over the phone like two nights before so i was really caught off guard when she came at me like that and they didn't air which she ends up saying to me she flat out said to me. If i wanted your man i'd have him. It's really hard to explain crazy. I mean i. I have a really hard time explaining this whole situation. I just rationalizing in my head that it would. It's going to be an issue and honestly i had just forgotten how many times she brought it up and what what was on my mind was this t._v. Thing that she had tried to put out there like at lake during the season that was on my mind any months after like i just married about to really have a conversation with gentry about it because i didn't think it was a big deal. He didn't even know austin or madison. I mean it's the dumbest thing so now the the show starts airing and i saw that he did that. He did an instrument post and he was kind of explaining to people what happened and how it was a non story hell and again the reason we kind of broke up was because madison after the season had ended apper after we had done filming before it actually aired and she i kind of just squashed everything she reached out to gentry directly on instagram report christmas without asking me and was really shady about it and basically was trying to communicate that he was being talked about on the show with her and she wanted to set the record straight with him. I mean gene so he's like. What is this because you know how instagram has not like secret folder. She was in he was like why is she in contacting me again and i looked at the message and i couldn't believe what i was reading and so i had to start from square one with them like okay well. This is what happened. I literally couldn't even explain why she was sending a message. I just told him that she was probably trying. I start something and i said just don't worry about it. Don't respond to hell no and he just freaked out. He completely freaked out now. I don't blame him honestly so right now. What do you talk to him or is he just we. We still the new girlfriend now. The other part of the problem was this scene when you're in colorado with with madison. Walk us through what happened with the s._t._d.'s comment. I honestly blacked out. I don't remember i was in such shock that i kind of went through a couple emotions. All at one and i seen and shop were arguing which wasn't abnormal at all and we were all about <unk>. We add to a half hour drive. The denver and we were gonna fly home the next morning so are all just exhausted. <unk> are just waiting for everybody else to pack up and of course caverns one of the last people packing because she just takes the longest and.
"baird" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Have you ever done whitewater before I have man. I've never done a show this big at whitewater. He has will be a big one with the rate Ratliff. Yeah. He's so I've, I've been there, probably five or six times it's right. Almost always after floating. Yeah. Almost always goes land observatory for some reason, guys, good show. Once you've seen it a few times, it's like head or lights. Yes. I yeah. I get it. Yes. But still kept going just for the girls or whatever, but whitewater is pretty sick. That's not height venue. And they built it up man when the head that flood, it was like. A smaller stay. Right. They raised the roof it's going to be crazy, man. I mean, the owner down the streets, great friend of mine. My first were managers are production manager now. So it's like a really fun. And I am just like I told my family, send them all down on his look of always wanted. We do a family vacation or year. And I'm always like we'll always wanted to go play, like have a reason to leave and come back. Right. Not like it had to be that good. And they were like my mom's like David. That's awesome, thanks, great yet. So we're gonna do that. That'll be fun. And then I don't know. We gotta like Kansas or something, you don't get court Cortlandt Kansas back on Decatur. Georgia. Yeah. Sure, eddie's. Attic, elliot. That's that's where like John Mayer started. No shit yet. It's a great place man. Go to Memphis soon that's up in that should be up next week. And then a whole northeast or some other dates are getting, I don't know if you're any of the city's rob just, just rob Baird, I or the guy or D, just Google it or go to. Baird music dot com slash tour or obe-. Be a IRD music dot com. Plus tickets in advance and people don't yell at people..
"baird" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Snaps coming. I'll take the best ones, and throw them up on the Instagram on Twitter at Ross Bohlin, pod were also on Facebook somewhere. Nobody cares AJ. You and I, we weren't even going to release this episode on the normal feet. No, we weren't it was supposed to be a premium episode just for dues paying gang members on the Rb p patriot. But our guest today singer songwriter. Rob Baird was so fucking good that immediately after he finished his musical performance, which you will all here at the end of this, this very episode. You and I changed our minds. Yeah. We looked at each other Mer like, yeah, we got released this, so on the whole gang I decided for all of y'all to hear this episode again with, with Mr. rob Baird, make sure you tune in. In and listened to the very end when he plays his new song, run of good luck in one of the most incredible live performances that I've ever been to feet away from it was fucking awesome. Without further ado, RVP one ninety six and Mr Robert, now, we are joined by rob Baird singer-songwriter hailing from Memphis Tennessee living in Austin, Texas, Mr. Berg, can you explain for the folks back home would exactly it is the you do for a living? Okay. It's interesting. I have like I look at it as I have at least a couple of jobs. Maybe three like half of my job is to be creative, and be a songwriter. Right. Which is probably the my most favorite part and making records, the songwriting. Yeah. There's just there's not a lot of people telling you what to do. And that's just like it's you maybe another person, maybe a band. You know what if you're making a record, you're in the studio, and you kinda turn the whole world off, and that's your deal. And that's why I got into this. And then there's the part, they didn't tell you about what's touring, which is, like, which is fun. Sometimes you played great shows, it's like much easier to get out of bed. Right. If you're playing some. Random festival and place. You've never heard of before China decide not to insult right now or you know, you got you're out of the a couple of weeks on the road and everybody starting to get sick and it's just like oh, dude. I get me out of here. Yeah. But with the band is also really fun as just the other twenty three hours of the day. Right. So you prefer the songwriting part to the performing part of your job. I love performing just like two totally different mindsets. So we took about three months off to make our last record. And I wasn't I'd play shows like here and there. But it wasn't Joni thing crazy. And that's just like happiness. Right. You know that is a spot. Right. Yeah. And you're in one place, and you can kind of stay in a routine. And then, you know you go back out and you're like, oh, I gotta go. You gotta make the money on the road going toward, how long are usually gone, for like, what's, what's the typical run? Like how many cities like how many right man, we'll do a lot of what we call like weekend were stuff than do. Private shows will fly out and go I was just in DC last week, which was fun. And then I go to national fern other next week and then for private private shows and then we'll do like two week runs three week runs. And I always I always try to come home. We fly a lot, which is cool, if there's like a couple days off on like to go back to Austin tacos, reset. So, but we'll can we'll do three weeks or the northeast and southeast this fall, which will be cool. Rb P one Ninety-six is also brought to you by manscaping. Are you using a terrible in incorrect tool with which to trim or groom your pubic region?.
"baird" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"John Baird investigators with the US education department are looking into whether any of the universities involved in the scandal violated rules or laws relating to the federal student financial aid programs if the department decides that they did violate some education regulations, it could hit them with penalties and extreme end. We're talking access the Pell grants and federal student loans. Those could be cut off a letter was sent to the presidents of Yale Wake Forest university of San Diego Stanford Georgetown, the university of Texas at Austin and also USC and UCLA. The letter was informing them of the investigation. Now, this is significant because more than a third of the students at UCLA for instance, receive Pell grants, the Justice department earlier this month accused dozens of wealthy parents, including some celebrities in a major cheating and bribery scheme. Reporting live at UCLA, John Baird KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. They kinda sheriff politics via new wave. I expected to be before the sheriff civilian oversight commission today in a letter sent to the sheriff by commissioners last week. They requested his presence to address their concerns for one. They wrote that recent statements by sheriff's department officials have turned back the clock on reforms and seriously eroded community trust something the commission was established to help build. They said that Vienna. Waivers unilateral reinstatement of a deputy sheriff who was previously fired for credible accusations of domestic violence seriously undermines transparency and accountability. The letter also stated that the sheriff's pledged to rollback use of. Force policies adopted in response to recommendations by the citizens commission on jail violence also hurts public trust. Margaret, Cho arrow KNX ten seventy NewsRadio.
"baird" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"Did not know what they were watching and even know you speak to people, and you can company brilliant and a lot of people don't get. And I think it was just remarkable remarkable feat of something that was so so far ahead of its time. And that's why am I think Mr. Scorsese volume so much because he'll was felt it was undervalued. Yeah. He was felt it was wasn't appreciated because it was a flop at the. In was after hours right after and even even critically. I think that that king Qomaty wasn't. But but that was that was why it was because I just thought it was something that was so so far ahead of its time. It was under appreciated and maybe in the years to compete will go I see what he was doing. I I love after hours and Kenya comedy another question, right, there user, interesting question, you pan off to the shadows during the final dance, and which again locks you in kind of like what we were talking about tell us about your decision making there it was it was all about. You know, trying to create a visual motif is coming to the end. You know, we're coming to the end, we're drifting away, the these two heroes of drifted into the, you know into the darkness really known. What about to lose them? You know, nuts nuts. Why? That's what we were trying to do. They are you know. And talking of Mestre Scorsese, that's his favorite scene in the film. I thought he was going to be fatty impressed with my one tick and his I yeah. So everybody's done fellas. Right found out. But no that was the thing that he that was the thing he really responded to. But that's what we were trying to do. They are whether it comes across don't know. But that's. That was the intention. Will you guys? I absolutely love this film. I it's just a pleasure to watch. Because I I've always had an affection for for standing Ali. And I think he did them right? I I loved it. You've been very generous with your time. And that's how the QNA went down special. Thanks again to composer. Ralph Kinton director John Baird for coming down and chatting about their latest.
"baird" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Is that risk of the surgical procedure itself. And then there's the benefit of the treatment. So that we just wasn't seeing a big improvement. I wasn't seeing a miracle where we would do this procedure and people would get out of wheelchairs and walk and be happy, and and be pain free. So it just and and that's kind of Baird out in in research across the world, in my opinion. But now, there's there's again different places doing different things. And in other countries, they use several other types of therapy along with a longest therapy when they do do that. So it's not everywhere is the same. There's no standardization again. We're we're we're we're on the early. We're solar early phase of regenerative medicine stem cell therapy. And so what I recommend for folks is if you are interested in getting the treatment done just be aware of you know, what they do at this office. How long they've been doing it for. You know, what their ethics are what you know what? What's? You know, what do they follow you up? Do. They do they see through your process these types of things. So these are all these are all important questions to ask and find out about and and that helps differentiate places and people that are doing great work and people that are not doing good work. What did you mean? When you use the phrase auto this therapy. That's that's where you take stem cells from your own body. So that's where the we talked before on several different shows about a bone marrow and fat stem cells, and those are the two sources that we in the past used and currently in some places he's for for stem cell therapy. So they you know, you have to go through a surgical procedure. Like, we talked about all the problems with that. There's very few cells that we're able to obtain from our own body. And then finally the cells that we do get from our own body. Don't work very well as we get older slowdown. They talk he'll very well. So there's all kinds of problems with those procedures. And that's what's been such a revelation and such. It's a wonderful discovery of many.
"baird" Discussed on Your Life Program
"baird" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio
"If you've been a longtime listener for video we've never had and episode bad crypto crypto currencies even some of the hard technology that's been the focus of my career and what you're going to hear about today is a new company colts worlds and what they're doing is revolutionary in changing technology around and i want you guys to meet its inventor but i also want you to understand exactly how he got to be an inventor so this is a chance for us to dig in on a really smart guys brain learns something about crypto currency if that's interesting for you but this is really about the process of invention creation and discovery and how you can apply that into your own world and today's guest is a phd from carnegie mellon and his name is leeann baird leeman welcome to the show oh thanks for shaping here i'm actually really excited to interview because being a fellow geek it's just fun to able to cattle bit and you invented something called that hash craft distributed consensus algorithm which we're going to get into that can be very exciting for people trust me will but before we get there tell me a little bit about what made you decide to become a computer science inventor kinda guy like how did you get where you are yeah so what made me decide you know in junior high discovered there's these things called programming languages and you can write programs and even before that my dad when i was in fourth grade had a programmable calculator and i was able to write a program that would let you guess numbers by saying higher lower and it just it was amazing it's this cool thing it's like lego blocks but you can do anything and you put them together and then things happen is just mind boggling that you can do that it's you can create whole world's just by magin something in enough detail and that just was mind boggling to me and i just played with that and i got really.
"baird" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"So whoa no no four three marrying affair more music more variety thought there are being heard before the known woundsand laugh may by days so sure words could see better than in now i now one need some more of breathed new guards ally got a feeling that i'm going away under good i know that oh me game regarding you ma words vive vive the man in all day we have baird said that is how the is they're panama thank you gam save behind the state judge slack come oddson to aflame oh you're led the inactive sans that thing your data harco food sir now i'm video replay fast so i'm nazi and read on my all got a feeling that i'm dole lena under good i know that only a gay cui guarding you'll ma uh you leave the camera um we have beldsoe how the state.
"baird" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Users over thirty two gigs a month may notice reduce speeds that's engaged and police are still trying to determine a motive few details available so far into a fatal shooting last night and nor st louis male victim was shot in the chest around 615 a page and baird who was pronounced dead at the scene is.
"baird" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Baird both all of it won't play from a lot and a lot of the it was really out a lot of you know which makes him the i guess it was we had wait privilege but i i understand what you're because i put instead what you're talking about now i mean it's at the whole situation where you have that people are thanks to call catchers herself us cut cut now us the but i mean i to stay at you kind of last midway privilege ohl but i mean so that's t you know i think that there is i don't know i'm not as well off the somebody also that is meet excuse to go still carson stick guns in people spaces i'm sorry it but there's lots and lots of people who grow up in economically challenge circumstances who who don't turn to lives of crime now the other thing you know the you're talking about you know situations where you have single parent families and don't i i appreciate i appreciate that there's lots and lots over single parents out there that do a great job but let's let's face it's tough to raise gets it it's better if you come from and it's it in attacked loving to parent family i think that's just the reality it's not a knock on single parents but you know up situations with a parents are plug out or a plug up out or you know you you don't have that involvement that spare and you have a feeling public school system and some respects and you have this culture where there is this frustration and might my entire life i don't see any hope for me and so i understand that that all contributes to this type of thing but you know have having said that no having said that i don't know how you get the word out that you know.