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Fresh update on "boulder" discussed on KOA Programming
"KO a news radio time is eight. Oh 25. People in Aurora are being treated after a shooting at the 12,500 block of East Mississippi Avenue. Now what's concerning is that the suspect or suspects are still at large. At this point, Aurora police so this might be a gang related shooting. Fox 31 is Carly Morris says the suspects are on the loose. Colorado communities can now pass gun laws that are stricter than the laws of the state. Governor. Polish says This legislation may have prevented the Boulder King super shooting. Holder actually tried to do more actually actually passed it. They did additional measures. However, those measures were struck down not because they were unconstitutional, not because they violated the Second Amendment they didn't but because of preemption. He also.
Fresh update on "boulder" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"The front on the driver's side this as Denver police investigate A fatal hit and run. It happened early Friday morning on Evans Avenue near Fairfax. Police say what appears to have been a white SUV jumped the curb about 2 30 in the morning. The vehicle hit and killed a person walking on the sidewalk, then took off. Police want people to be on the lookout for a white SUV or pickup, possibly with front end or passenger side damage. No information on the victim has been released. David Cale K Away news radio, Colorado communities can now pass gun laws that are stricter than the laws of the state. Governor, Polar says Had this legislation been in place it may have prevented the Boulder King super shooting older actually tried to do.
Fresh "Boulder" from Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"To 5. I'm Laura Hatch. Okay away. NewsRadio. 8:50 A.m. 94 1 fl from the Red Sports Traffic Centre. Couple of serious crashes coming in. I'm afraid. First ones. I 25 outbound that has all lanes closed right on 25 southbound Colfax. Second one by 25 Cm County Line Road that has 25 South bound shuts at county Line Road outside of that the rest of my 25 wonderful and wide open seventies, checking clear. 2 to 5. Fine and dandy. No major issues and the Boulder Turnpike in Tip top shape. No major issues there either. Fox 31 pinpoint weather partly cloudy right now overnight, Low 62 tomorrow isolated thunderstorms with a high of 86. Currently.
Fresh "Boulder" from Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"That the Cleo Parker Robinson dance Studios. I'm Laura Hatch, Keohane, NewsRadio, 8:50 A.m. 94 1 FM from the Bet. Fred Sports Traffic Center Crash on I 25 South Found at County Line Road near Park Meadows Mall still has the South bound lanes closed? So Please try to avoid the area. If possible, or if you are in the area used the county line Road exit as a detour. Outside of that The rest of 25 is wonderful and wide open I seventies, checking clear. 2 to 5 that posted speeds and the Boulder Turnpike tiptop shape. No major issues and of highway federal was worth Sheridan and sixth. Also checking clear for you folks. 31 pinpoint weather Partly cloudy right now looking at an overnight low of 62 tomorrow, isolated thunderstorms with a high.
Fresh update on "boulder" discussed on Leo Laporte - The Tech Guy
"You want to go mayor announcing that 70% of Washingtonians have gotten at least one shot of the vaccine. But that's not the case nationally as the Delta variant spreads among unvaccinated people president announcing 300 Million vaccine doses administered in the 150 days since he took office 65% of adults getting at least one dose. The nation on track to Miss Biden's goal of 70% by the Fourth of July, leaving an open window for the virus in the variant to stick around a BCS Trevor All Florida, marking an initial win after a federal judge said the CDC can't require covid vaccinations for cruise guests. ABC is Joe Benitez and now as summer travel picks up There may be different rules for the vaccinated versus those who aren't late Friday, A federal judge gave Florida governor Rhonda Santa's a win for now, saying the CDC overstepped its authority in requiring vaccines on cruises and that Florida is highly likely to prevail. However, the cruise lines are enforcing the road rules, some requiring unvaccinated guests to get a daily covid test at their own expense and denying them access to certain activities on the ship. You're listening to ABC News. Cable news radio. Time to go to Vegas of Boulder. Come on down..
"boulder" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood
"At least make other people believe your mom which is almost as important okay. It's time for from the treadmill desks of where we talk about. What's most pressing in our work psyches and this week. It is boulders Why don't you explain. Yes so this concept comes from adam belinow who is a consulting producer on fantasy island and was here in puerto rico with us for the last five weeks and we were talking to adam and he was explaining that he has heard and believes and as soon as he said it we also agree that there are four types of people in the writer's room. Now we should say. This is distinct from what you and i talked about. Which is they're problem solvers. Big idea people all that this is. This is of a general description and what i love about. It is that not only applies to writer's room but basically any work place in the world. Yes i think. That's what's so interesting is as soon as he said it. It was like wow. This is applicable to everyone everywhere literally every work environment. You will recognize these people. Yeah so the first type of person is the people who are pushing the boulder up the hill and he was talking about this reference to breaking story. These are the people who are sitting there. Grinding it out figuring out how to break this story doing the hard work because that's the thing all of these jobs literally every job. Has these things where you just have to knuckle down via and do the hard work i would say. That's our favorite kind of person. Yes the person pushing the boulder up a hill with us. We like them then. There are the people who are watching others pushed the boulder up to hill. So they're kind of sitting back and watching the work happen. Those people are annoying but at least they're just sitting there true they're hearing the other. There's also people who are sitting on the boulder as others. Push it up the hill. They're actually making the job somewhat harder. Yes and i think as soon as you say that lists don't you just have like a list in your head of people like over the last. You know a bazillion years of us working. You're just like up yeah. That person was a boulder sitter. Oh yeah that was the boulders that are we all know boulder center. We've all been that person at one time or another for whatever reason but yes hopefully not very often and then of course the fourth kind of person is the person who is higher up on the hill in front of the boulder trying to push it back down well other people. They're trying to push it up. Those are worse. Yes and it's funny. Because i mean the metaphors just so clear. We don't need to explain it. It's like the second you hear. Someone is pushing the boulder or sitting on the boulder or watching the boulder be pushed. You get it. And here's the thing and and part of why this came up as adam was We were talking about breaking story and adam was pointing out. It's really easy to point out problems with the story. You know when you're discussing an episode of television or a movie or whatever it is the easiest thing to do is fine problems and poke holes in it the etiquette of the room room etiquette and sarah way but we should do a segment actually on room etiquette always should swept aside. Sarah gretchen and i recently interviewed julieta. Margulis on fear of course start on e. r. and the good wife and she was saying she surprised at how many young actors don't know set etiquette interest. So there's also room etiquette but room etiquette states that if you're gonna poke a hole in something you should have a solution at the time that you poke the hole you don't if you don't you should at the very least say i'm sorry. I'm not pitching a solution to this. But here's my issue. Yes those are maybe the boulder sitters. Okay those are the sisters. Yes exactly the ones pushing it down or the ones who just don't like it. One thing that sarah we notice is we'll get to a place where many things are working. Yeah and then. They're the people who come in and just take a complete left. Turn with the story and almost wanna start over again right and you're like no no no. We have the vast majority of our story here. We have a lot of things that we've settled on a lot of things that work. We're not going back to square one. The boulders three quarters of the way up the hill. Yes there are those people who want to come in and just shove it right down the hill. Have it splash into the ocean. Then start all over again. Yes here's what i will say about watching is sometimes it. It's better to watch if you really if you're inexperienced and you really don't know what's happening because it takes time to learn how to break story it's okay to sit back and watch others do it some of the time you want to contribute but if you don't know you're potentially contributing something that's helpful. Don't just get in there and try to push the boulder because you feel you should. Yes as long as you're engaged and sinking. It's definitely better to watch than sit on or push down. Yes or to jump in and try to push it if you really don't know what you're doing. Yeah because eventually if you're watching and paying attention to what other people are doing you'll have a great idea and you'll be able to get in there and zap older up the hill exactly. I would love to hear from people like in other professions one if they have other metaphors that they use in their profession. I'm sure they do or if people feel this applies to them. I can't imagine anyone who has a job. Anywhere.
Boulder Shooting Suspect Appears in Court, Faces New Charges
"The man accused of killing 10 people at a Boulder King Soopers due in court later today, and he's facing more charges in that case more on this with K Way News Radio's check Clark Marty, now facing a total of 115 charges, the mound Elissa will be in court for a status conference. Defense attorneys Requested a mental health evaluation before the case moves forward. Older D A. Michael Dougherty filed eight additional attempted murder charges against the suspect yesterday. 11th degree murder charges 15 1st degree attempted murder charges and 11 1st degree attempted murder charges of persons who are law enforcement. Other sentence enhancers have been added that are meant to maximize the potential sentence served. Accused shooter remains in custody at an undisclosed location.
Vanessa Hennessey Shares Her Driving Experience
"Welcome vanessa. Thanks so much for joining us today. Thank you so much for having me. I'm really excited to talk about driving whereas excited to hear your stories and since you mentioned you have so many crazy ones. Let's start with which one you would say. It's one of the most crazy or interesting driving stories. Yeah we were talking before recorded and it's kind of hard to pick something because I guess i'll start by saying that. When i learned to drive i was living in the mountains of colorado about half an hour west meeting up a mountain from boulder colorado and so we got tons of snow in the winter and in the fall actually and sometimes in the spring and so i learned to drive like in the snow in the mountains on dirt roads etc. So i'm like. I know i have a bunch of stories. There was one time in particular wear. The road is very wind e going up and down the mountain. No and. I think i'd had my licenses for probably two or three years by then you know i was a new driver but not super super new new how to handle ice for the most part and i just wasn't really paying too much attention and i went around her and it was slippery and the curve going to the right at. I kept going to the list towards the edge of the mountain road that had no guardrail. Or anything i somehow would happen was my. They taught me in drivers adamant down. Had taught me just kind of kicked in. And i was like okay. I need to take off the gas and look the direction. I wanna go. Turn my wheel in in the direction. I'm going and somehow i just slowly glided up to the edge just
Man kills 6, then self, at Colorado birthday party shooting
"I'm Julie Walker another mass shooting leaves seven people including the gunman dead in Colorado on Sunday it happened at a birthday party just after midnight at a mobile home park in Colorado springs police say the suspected shooter was the boyfriend of a female victim at the party which was attended by friends family and children he walked inside and opened fire before shooting himself the birthday party was for one of the people killed police say the children were not hurt it was Colorado's worst mass shooting this year since a gunman killed ten people at a boulder supermarket in March I'm Julie Walker
Man Kills 6, Then Self, at Colorado Birthday Party Shooting
"Fire at a birthday party yesterday, killing six adults before killing himself. They say that she didn't happen in a mobile home park in Colorado Springs. Investigators believe the shooter was a boyfriend of one of the victims. Officers arrived on scene and located multiple deceased parties. Living information indicates at this point time way believe that the individual just suspect the sparkly shooting sauce. One scene and also deceased way did have one adult was transported to a local hospital. Unfortunate individual has to come to their injuries. According to police Children were at the party. None of them were hurt. This is Colorado's worst mass shooting since a gunman killed 10 people at a supermarket in Boulder in March. A fundraiser is aiming to help the family. The downtown business owner who died and Tony no.
A Record-Breaking Flare From Sun's Nearest Stellar Neighbour
"Astronomers have detected one of the most violent still aflame ever recorded in the galaxy exploding out of proxima centauri the nearest star system that the sun the massive flare reported in the estra physical journal is the largest ever recorded coming from proxima centauri a small special tie. Game red dwarf star located just four point two five light years away. Proxima centauri has twelve percent the mass and fourteen percent the radius of the sun. It is a surface temperature of thousand seven hundred and seventy seven degrees celsius and is better thousand times less luminous than the sun. it's known to have. At least two orbiting planets one of which proxima b. is similar in size to the earth and orbits within the star's habitable zone. That's the region around a star with temperatures would allow liquid water central for life as we know it to exist on the planet. Surface red dwarfs are the most common type of star in the milky way galaxy making up about three quarters of all the stars in the galaxy. And because they're relatively dim it's easy to find orbiting except planets around them consequently the most common known source of exoplanets. And for this reason proximus story has long been a target for scientists have been defined life beyond the solar system. However there's always been a problem with red dwarf stars and that includes proxima centauri. They produce violent flares spilling out huge amounts of energy and plasma into the surrounding space. Eventually this would erode away any atmosphere around by planet. A would also radiate anything on the planet surface and that includes any hope of finding life on the surface of proxima b. The study's lead author assistant professor mcgregor from the university of colorado. Boulder says red dwarfs flare a lot more than stars like the sun and astronomers are only now beginning to understand the magnitude and character of their flays mcgregor and colleagues observed proxima centauri for forty hours using nine ground and space based telescopes including the square kilometer. Ray pathfinder as gap nassar's hubble space telescope the atacama large millimeter submillimeter array radio telescope alma and nasa transiting exoplanet survey satellite tests. This marked the first time. Astronomers have had this kind of multi wavelength coverage of a stellar flare.
Boulder Supermarket Shooting Suspect Faces Dozens of New Charges
"In Colorado on Wednesday, filing more than 40 felony charges against the man charged with killing 10 people at a Boulder supermarket last month, including for allegedly using a large capacity magazine banned by state lawmakers. In response, their recent mass shootings. The court document outlining the new charges, lists 19 new victims, including 11 law enforcement officers that Ahmad Elissa is accused of trying to kill during the attack. Now some victims have more than one count of attempted first degree murder associated with them. Listens. Defenses asked for time to evaluate what one of his lawyers called his mental illness, but is not offered at details about the condition.
Vigil Held for Employees Slain During FedEx Shooting
"Vigils were held this weekend. Following the mass shooting at a fedex ground facility that left eight people dead and several injured. Darian benson is with member station w. f. y. multiple fedex. Employees attended a vigil saturday along with community faith leaders and gun control action groups so day law is an employee at the facility. She says it is hard to find the correct words to describe the situation. But you see everything like mass shootings on the news in movies. But you never think it's going to happen to you and your friends de la. Oh says her ex coworkers are like extended family and she knew several of the deceased victims at another vigil representative. Andre carson acknowledged several other mass shootings. This year. live here. Indianapolis is real. It's real in boulder real in atlanta eight candles were lit to represent the eight deceased victims for npr news. I'm darren benson in indianapolis indianapolis now say the nineteen year. Old gunman legally bought two rifles. Used in the fedex shooting despite the confiscation of shotgun from his home last
Community Gathers at Vigils for FedEx Shooting Victims
"Vigils were held this weekend following the mass shooting at a FedEx ground facility that left eight people dead and several injured Darien Benson From member station W F Y I has more multiple FedEx employees attended a vigil Saturday along with community faith leaders and gun control action groups. Savannah Day Law is an employee at the facility, she says. It is hard to find the correct words to describe the situation like you see everything like that. Shootings are like News in movies, but you never think it's gonna happen to you and your friends. De la O says her FedEx coworkers are like extended family, and she knew several of the deceased victims. At another visual representative Andre Carson, acknowledged several other mass shootings this year. The loss of life here in Indianapolis is real. It's real in Boulder, it's real. In Atlanta, eight candles were let to represent the eight deceased victims. For
NASA's Spacecraft Leaves Mess After Grabbing Asteroid Samples
"Left quite a mess at an asteroid after grabbing a load of rubble last fall for its return to Earth and NASA released before and after shots on Thursday of the Cyrus Rex spacecraft. It made one final fly by of asteroid Benue on April 7th passing within two miles. The Latest picture show. The disturbance left by October's sample collection of depressions visible where of Cyrus Rex penetrated the surface, vacuuming up rubble. Boulders were hurled by all the commotion with one flung an estimated 40 Ft. Of Cyrus Rex will depart the news that vicinity next month and then head back to Earth with the Precious samples. It's due to arrive in 2023. For
Let Loose After Lockdown: London's Best Gallery Shows
"Louisa. This is the second time we've had a sort of major release from lockdown. How do you feel this time. Majorly released it has to be said. I think this time because the last lockdown was so grim so dark so awful with knows that of timeframe attached. I think this time. It's it's a great feeling of release. The great feeling excitement to be seeing onto gang. We've been gazing at those wretched screens for too long. It's so lovesick up close and physical with artworks again. I don't know about you. But the last time in last june when the galleries opened only remember being sort of accelerated to see the art but also incredibly fearful. We didn't know so much. Perhaps about the virus at that stage the vaccine programs hadn't started. I was almost overcome with fear before. And i don't feel that next time. Feel like i really am genuinely relishing. Opportunity finally to get back in and looking at what you think that loads expression new normal but i think we have learned to clinic. Manage it manager anxiety. Each of us are different. Sponsors different thresholds. But somehow everybody seems less paranoid in in the galleries. There a little bit more relaxed about you. Coming observing all the social distancing. But there's not that sort of tight lipped white knuckle field. People really excited to be showing that arte gain for you to be coming in and appreciating. It's i think there is a general kind of exhale dying on and a love of looking here. That's a really good way of putting. It isn't ex. Haley says of sense of every body just coming together for a for a positive moment and you've had conversations with dealers to that effect. I mean i was in say because who sneakily opened in other western gallery in bury. St by the way with this opening mba galleries. She has houses. Rodney nonni. Beautiful to glass horses annexed. Great big exuberant boulder shaped canvases on the walls. And she's so excited to be showing people work. I mean let's not forget auditors. Get demonized but yeah the really good ones want people to see that. They don't want to sell it. They want to show it. They want to support their
Vandals mar ancient petroglyphs in north Georgia mountains
"In the mountains of northern Georgia have been vandalized as we hear from CBS's Jim Crystal, someone has defaced rock faces and boulders with Native American carvings from pre colonial times in the Chattahoochee and oh Cody National Forest in the mountains of north Georgia. Five boulders had scratches and two had paid of them. There are some 100 figure carvings known as Petro cliffs in the protected area of 800,000 Acres, and the
Biden to Take on Gun Violence in Wake of Back-to-Back Shootings
"Shootings and under pressure to act President Biden and Tomorrow will take aim at gun violence. ABC is Andy Field is a preview is nothing in the president's executive action related to assault rifles over Oppose laws. The President Biden will try to ban the sale of unfinished build it yourself ghost guns, although that could face a court challenge. He also proposes a rule that would limit stabilizing braces that effectively concern a pistol into a short barreled rifle similar to what the Boulder Colorado shooter used. The president will also announce his choice for a T F director, former federal agent David Shipman. Texas
Deaths spiral: Americas spike in murders
"With the attention of the world media focused on the pandemic last year. it may have seemed as if there were fewer of the mass shootings for which america has become notorious this year. Lamentably there's no mistaking the trend on march sixteenth gunman in atlanta apparently targeted asian-americans. Grisly new details tonight. The atlanta spa shootings tax three massage parlours. In the northern suburbs of the city eight people were murdered. Roughly one hour six of them. Asian women days later ten more deaths at a supermarket in colorado shooting house claimed at multiple lives as the police put it in boulder. We had a very tragic incident today. Here at the king supers There was loss of life second mass shooting with multiple deaths and just one week in this country. Three killed at a house party gone wrong. North carolina six members of the same family in texas a mother and her two children shot by a man who then took his own life in new york. Those murders just in the first week of this month. The pandemic has led to reductions in many types of crime but in america murders seem only to be on the rise. The greatest rise in perhaps half a century twenty twenty was a traumatic year for america. Not only was there the covid nineteen pandemic which at this point is killed. Five hundred fifty thousand people but there was a huge uproar over racial justice in the wake of the deaths of unarmed. Black man in police custody that swept through the country in june injuries. Cologne is the economists. Washington correspondent both those things may have contributed to an extraordinary increase in murder in america and figuring out what trauma twenty twenty clauses increase in violence. I think is going to be really important going forward.
Four people, including child, killed in Orange, California shooting
"Child was among four people killed Wednesday and shooting at a Southern California office building that left 1/5 victim and the gunman critically wounded. Police say the violence in the city of Orange outside of L. A. Was the Nation's third mass shooting and just over two weeks. It's unclear if the suspect suffered a self inflicted wound or was shot by police. They didn't provide details on the victims, other than to say, one was a child, and one was a woman. In a tweet Governor Gavin Newsom called the killings horrifying and heartbreaking. They follow a mass shooting at a supermarket in Boulder, Colorado, last week that left 10 dead and then a week prior, Six Asian women were among eight killed and three Atlanta area
Emotional funeral held for officer killed in Boulder shooting
"Police officer who died in the mass shooting at a Colorado grocery store last week was memorialized. Today, The service drew thousands of law enforcement officers from around the country. Colorado Public Radio's Allison Sherry was there and has this report. Older officer, Eric Tally was remembered as an optimistic person who threw himself into everything he became interested in. He left an I T job in his forties and joined the Boulder police force because he said he wanted to do more good in the world. As an officer, he started the Police department's drone program and called his boss once an hour with updates about his day. Sergeant Adrian Dallas was his supervisor. I could easily described Eric. He was a pain in my butt. Eric has two speeds of work, Talk aholic and honey Badger officer tally was 51 had seven Children with his wife, Leah. They're between seven and 20 years old. They're devout Catholics and Boulder Police Chief Maris Harold addressed the kids directly. Your father was kind. Your father died a hero. There is no doubt because of his bravery and quick action. Dozens of innocent lives were saved. Tally was among 10 people killed in the shooting last Monday. Officer said in the memorial service that no civilian was injured or died after tally arrived at the grocery store, which means he saved
Boulder officer killed in grocery remembered as hero
"Ah hero is laid to rest. Slain Colorado police officer credited with preventing more deaths in a mass shooting at a Boulder supermarket was honored at a memorial service today more than 500 law enforcement vehicles participated today. Recession that escorted the hearse carrying Officer Eric Telly's body to a memorial service. The officer and not other people were killed. After a gunman opened fire at the grocery store on March
"boulder" Discussed on RADIO GAG - The Gays Against Guns Show
"Well that's all. We have time for today to find out more about working with us. Please go to gays against guns. Dot net or follow us at gays against guns in y. On facebook and instagram or gag no guns on twitter also be sure to check out our website to learn more about our gag chapters located nationwide like an orlando la dc chicago san francisco and p. town. You can also come to a meeting. New york meets every other thursday at seven pm online. This thursday april first is our next meaning we will be planning all kinds of great actions in protest so us everyone is welcome at any and all gag events another great way to get involved as by becoming. Wbai buddy wbai. Buddy is someone who keeps our unique volunteer run radio show going by giving a small donation every month on. That can really help. Keep us on air here. Wbai and bring you this. Show every week just go to. Wbai dot org and become a be a buddy in the name of radio gag. Thanks for listening. And we are back next tuesday and thirty two thirty. Pm and don't forget you can listen to our previous shows any time on the website or on any major podcast platform. I wanna thank everyone who contributed to this show. Sarah jemaine lilly and david chung for their work on the memoriam. And of course. The special report from paul rowley from the gag action Last week all of the photos and video of our action is on our facebook page and instagram. You can see photos of our human beings placards for the lives lost in atlanta and in boulder and please check out our human beings page on facebook where we honor all is lost. A gun violence. We need to work together to end gun violence in this country. Not just when there's news around a mass or high profile shooting there are citizens in this country that live with gun violence in their communities every day the underserved communities and our nation live in a mass shooting every day..
"boulder" Discussed on RADIO GAG - The Gays Against Guns Show
"boulder" Discussed on RADIO GAG - The Gays Against Guns Show
"Senators demand that they vote on this legislation. This event took place three years to the day after march for our lives went to dc to protest the parkland shootings. I asked gays against guns. Co founder. john growler where he feels the movement is today so it's been three years to the day since to our lives but dave national action each year on average forty thousand americans die two thirds of those owed to suicide one thirds of homicide three years. That means three years to this day. On average hundred and twenty thousand people who died in three years. Think about that science tells us state helps the actually. Those numbers are only going to increase. I could very well be here though. I pray to god. I'm not five years. I could tell you that. Two hundred thousand people who have died five years from. I even tell you that two hundred fifty thousand people have died five years from now. This is the reality of our country and it's not going to get any better actually going to get much worse so we collectively as a dacian decide to do something that we do that consistently worst waiting for the next mass shootings happen so we need people to actually take a stand. We need everyone. We need commitment ending this action. Concrete action whether it's honoring victims whether out in the street or your unapologetically fighting the gun lobby. That's how we're going to save lives. You can watch a video of this action on the case against guns instagram page youtube channel on facebook page on facebook case against guns nyc on instagram gays against guns n. y. On twitter gag. No guns or.
"boulder" Discussed on RADIO GAG - The Gays Against Guns Show
"Again. You're listening to. Wbai this is radio. Gag the gays against gun show and now a special report from pauley on gags action. Last week it's our response to the mass shootings in atlanta and boulder march twenty fourth new york city gays against guns members assemble at the new york public library at bryant park to honor the victims of the atlantic and boulder colorado mass shootings case against guns co founder jay walker. We're here right now. At new york public library and in the last seven days our country his seen seven mashing to worst most deadly ones where the and the atlantic area that we're targeting asian women working at massage spas and the mass shooting in boulder colorado. The king super supermarket that killed tad. The rain was coming down and as activists samples they dont white robes and veils to cover their faces on each one how placarded their hands on each placards a photograph of one of the victims their name their age and a few short lines about their life often words of loved ones. Those who remember them you young and she was one of the therapists roma therapy spa. She loves to cook food. Carrie okay with my family. My mom loved to do the same things as well. I asked several at the activists come back in such a brutal rainy nice and what it meant for them to stand in silence holding these placards of these lives lost artist lecturer an activist yong-sung had the events that unfolded especially in atlanta. Last week Really i felt it really deeply The president i felt fair there was interest section between Violence against women. Fear people asian community But isn't new husband escalating in the last year during the pandemic. And i just wanted to make sure that someone that looked like the victim was representing them. Especially someone holding one of their portrait's and someone that understood what it feels like to go through that Racism hatred bigotry and the violence Perpetrated by guns that reminded me of one. Fear community was affected during pulse. And there's other Communities like latinos luck around community that his face. Similar threats Teaching math mass shootings White pillars so as much as. I'm here to participate. I feel like it's a way for me to process my own feelings Process my own fear and just Yeah just presence and field for. It's happening in our country. I think it is important to spend time with their names to put to put it out there so that other people are aware of what's happening to let the families now that we're thinking about them than we care So that's kind of what i've been reading. As the rain continued to pour these human beings ghostly figures and vice assembled up and down the steps of the library in beautiful and profoundly moving tableau radio host. Sarah jemaine this gentleman on andrey's michelle fifty four. He was one of the workers at the spa and he's repairman. Who was there to repair that day. In atlanta lost his life educators social workers and a cotton holds a placard for lyn murray sixty two year old former for him scher whose life was taken in boat worked for the part and one of the things that he wanted to in her retirement with help people and she felt or being insecure parts shopper. She was able to help you case against guns member vicki klein. Well i'm totally against guns. Any kind of violence to other human beings. And i think it's a way of honoring people have been killed by gun violence. I think that to be able to represent. That person is very important because they become much reeler. You know this was a human being just like you. And i got a life and family and then for no fault of their own. They were murdered. So yeah i think. It's very very powerful demonstration. I ask as against guns co founder. J w walker what we can do to help end this epidemic. There are seven pending pieces of control legislation right now to have recently passed in the house there around surrounding background jackets. There is legislation to once again ban assault weapons. We had that for ten years. Nineteen ninety four thousand four. When congress under president george w bush allowed it to expire and we have seen something like an over two hundred percent increase and mass shootings using semi automatic assault weapons since that since that dad expired and so we as gays against demand all of those bells seafloor floor votes in both houses of congress. If you don't wanna see your grocery store or your movie theater nightclub or your church said into just how far violence we want you to call your representatives. Call your.
Archbishop: Slain officer gave life, showed best of police
"I'm Julie Walker a public memorial service is planned today for the Colorado police officer killed in that supermarket shooting in boulder that took the lives of nine other people the memorial for officer Eric Talley will take place at the nondenominational flatirons community church in Lafayette a private funeral mass was held yesterday were archbishop Samuel Aquila officiated Eric was a man who gave his life in Jesus has told us greater love than this no man has than to lay down his life a model this is charged in the killing spree he was taken into custody at the scene I'm Julie Walker
Overcoming Evil With the Help of Jesus
"What the world doesn't get that. We get on a daily basis. And i mean we as in in jesus is we get the highlights from sharon. Jesus you know sure we get the highlights of evil in the world on every newscast but when some evil person who has done. Incredible amounts of harm comes to jesus or they don't report that have you ever seen on the news. They're like breaking like we shared. Couple podcasts about one of these Leaders of a gang and mexico cartel come into jesus. Why didn't see that on the news. You ever hear that. But that's a highlight there that i'm light. That's yes because that's our our mission. Whenever i see something bad happen. And we've all if you looked at our bottom five bobble studies with evil people that we've all had we have encountered just rawl evil and re looked at them right in the eyes. So here i am. I'm not thinking about this guy may go into play shoot somebody but in the back of my mind it would shock me because this guy is evil or female. Whoever it was. But i thought. I got a moment right here. Through the grace of god introduce jesus to change this heart not only to save his soul and let him be a representative kinda like a guy named saul but also to make the world a safer place.
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"Boulder to take your guns. Don't believe me. I'm going to provide to you video evidence today of exactly their intentions because they're telling you them. And I'll show you again. Joe Biden debating himself on the issue. There's always a winner in that It's Joe Biden because he takes opposing positions on everything because he doesn't have a spine to stand up to his radical left this base. I got that and also Barack Obama re entering the political scene to stoke racial animus without Sharpton and others to make sure they can provoke the country into extreme racial animus because liberalism is a forest fire. Disgusting. Welcome to Dan Bongino show. Let's get right to it. I've got a ton of video today, a swell from other left this now want to dump the filibuster to come Take your guns. They are definitely committed to disarming America and making you helpless. That's been their agenda for a very, very long time now. All right, so let's go. Look at it. All right, so the gun grabbing begins. It only took two months. Joe Biden two months in office, already flip flopping on himself, debating himself because he has no spine can't stand up to the radical left. They have no evidence at all any of their gun grabbing measures have ever worked or will work. But evidence never got in the way of a Democrat, pushing a talking point. Let's start off with this video taken during the 2016 campaign here is angry Joe Biden in the face of a union worker last year with us what babies Pennsylvania, but the union worker approaches in the forgive us for the audio. Joe cleaned it up the best he could him, but there's a crowd around. It's a campaign event. It's on a professional Mike here it's someone recorded on a cell phone union worker walks up to Joe Biden when he was campaigning for the presidency and to say So what's this deal about you trying to take our guns and watched Joe Biden of the angry response from Joe Biden as he tries to claim not? I know He's not trying to take anybody's guns. Check this out. You intend on getting the union.
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"Steps. You mix the stuff up in flask. Set it on this little platform which gently swirls the stuff in it. Keep the whole thing at thirty seven degrees celsius. Leave it overnight. Zero constantly having to be at the lab at a certain time to do the next step is wife told him you.
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"Coming up. Scientists snowboarding gets a call to come save the world. We moved from hotshots to jots in a minute chicago public radio when our program continues support for this american life comes from capital one. Your miles go. Further with the capital one venture card the travel card that lets you earn unlimited double miles for more than just air travel right now earn one hundred thousand bonus miles you can actually use redeemable for vacation rentals car rentals and more spend twenty thousand dollars in your first year. What's in your wallet. Limited time offer terms apply see capital one dot com for details to american life. Meyer glass. today's program boulder the hill stories of people trying to save the world by teaming up together and getting in there every day doing the same things and over like sisyphus pushing his rock up the slope again and again to the job gets done. We've arrived at two of our program and this act. We moved from people who are saving us from something very large to saving us from something tiny. Act to the other extinguishers so The people in this active in working at a task some of them for years and this has been in the news in just the last few weeks. They've actually succeeded. It looks like they got their border up. To the top of the hill david kastenbaum spoke with four scientists. Who've been working on a coronavirus vaccine one of the ones that was just shown to be effective. David was a scientist early career. They worked at fermilab and from the coverage he could not understand what exactly they had done in any detail and wanted to know. That and who these people were and especially. How does it feel to have helped. Make a thing that could save so. Many lives fixed global economy. Get life back to normal again for everybody. Here's david i'm going to tell you the story of some of the people who made this one tiny thing. It's a key thing that's in at least five of the vaccines that are being tested. If you get the vaccine shot in the coming months this thing will probably be injected into your body and it could save your life and the story of all this. You could start at all sorts of places. I'm going to begin here in china. I'm from a very small village around the east coast shannon province and both. My parents are farmers. This neon shawn wong. His way into science was playing outside noticing bugs and locusts scorpions. Just curious about stuff. Yeah why are we can sing why we need to eat food. Yeah i'm curious about all those. It's funny for me. It was when i was in like tenth grade. I think i learned about newton's equation for gravity and i learned that that explained to both the orbits of the planets. And when you dropped the ball. And i was like i'm in that's amazing. There's an equation that describes both of those perfectly. It was the rules behind the thing. It was the same thing you know. Yeah beautiful stuff. Yeah when i. I emailed the strong. He was super excited to talk. Said no one had really interviewed him about all that he had done got himself a scholarship to one of the top universities and the thing he found himself gravitating toward is this field called structural biology which i think favors a particular kind of person. You're basically trying to figure out what molecules look like where all the atoms are. So you can tell how something works. Or if it's a virus had a fight and the thing is people work for years trying to figure out the structure of one tiny molecule. The traditional way of doing it is that you get a bunch of those molecules and try to get them to lay out in a neat repeating pattern. Then you hit him with these powerful rays which gives you just this pattern of dots. Then you have to apply these mathematical algorithms and sometimes it's just not solvable. It really is pushing a boulder to the top of a hill. They rolls down over and over. The was good at it. Though first thesis he worked out the structure of part of a corona virus. Not this coronavirus virus. This was years ago. It was a corona virus. That was making the news back then. The murs rotavirus because it caused middle east respiratory syndrome. After that he needed the job. So he reached out to a guy who was also looking into mirrors jason mcclellan at dartmouth. How would your friends describe you. I have no idea fund good to hang out with like having a beer or two. I was gonna save the world. Not anyone's raider yen. Chong came over to the states to work with jason and his team. This was two thousand fourteen six years before the pandemic they wanted to make a vaccine for mergers and one of the things they were trying to figure out back them. There would be a key for the vaccine. We have today was had a manufacturer copies of the tiny spikes there were all over the surface of the merge corona virus the spikes or why they're called corona viruses. The virus have corona a wreath of these little spikes sticking out all over it. The spike is the part that sticks to your cells when it gets in your body. Let's the virus break into your cells and start replicating it's the scary part of the thing away if they could make just the spikes without a deadly virus attached to them. Maybe they could train your immune system to recognize the virus and fight it but it turned out to be damn hard to make the spikes in the lab. Basically you stick the genetic code for the spike into some cells. What are the cells lease to either show cells. Chinese hamster ovary cells or H e k two thousand three cells which whether human embryonic kidney cells essay. I don't know why. I wanted to know all this except that. This is the kind of knowledge. Because it's gonna save our asses. The problem was when they got the genetic code for the spike into those cells. They did start spitting out spikes but the sales weren't making a lot of them and the spikes on their own were unstable. They kept changing into the wrong shape. Wrong spent a long time trying to stabilize them. Add something to tweak the genetic code try again again there's a tedium and try. It takes awhile around two or three weeks two or three weeks so you start at like march first. By the third week in march you'd be done with that test and most of the time it fails. Yes and then you start again and then you don't know for another three weeks if that new thing works yes yes by the way can do like at the same time as Oh so you do twenty of them at the same time. Oh yeah we did a lot actually and every time you tried this in your mind. Are you like this time. it's gonna work. Yeah sometimes it's going to work if we work. I woke up this project. Yuli got disappointed. It's funny that you're so optimistic. Because most of the time it fails right it just keeps failing and failing. Yeah that that's kind of the life as beginning this kind of lab work. It's like cooking but for the fussy est restaurant ever lots of little precise.
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"I met up with a little t hotshots again on their very last night at can. They were about to get to go home for two days. They stood up from the rest of the scraggly and bearded dirty men in the parking lot. Everyone on little t was showered. Clean-shaven it's a crew tradition in one of the buggies. The guys are watching a dodgers game on a little tv electoral and happy. Even though they just heard the fire season might get extended and other two months into january. That's something that would have been hard to imagine a few years ago again. Here's break like a lot of the crew. They're contractors who get laid off at the end of the season. What do you think about the season. Possibly going all the way. Until jesus is so excited we were all excited his foot when they asked everybody on this cruise hand shot up going on and on and on each other honestly each other the synergy. The family dynamics all positive attitude matters. You cannot have a negative. Get away it here. I would say probably impossible if you don't have a good attitude but when you're having a really bad day what do you tell yourself sound. So we're i totally get why it sounds weird. But that's like a big thing that we have is like no bad days on the worst day. It's not that bad like it can always be worse if you be cheaper. Colder tooth as a lot of people don't last more than a few years at this job the adrenaline high eventually wears off and they move on to other jobs jobs. That are easier on their families. One of the hardest parts of hot shotting is just how much they're on the road. More of their life is spent out at fires than at home this season little. Tease been on back to back assignments. Since june nevada utah arizona. All up and down california the way their assignments workers they go out for fourteen or twenty one days at a time that only get two days off before shipping out again. With all the overtime. It's good money. One of the guys on the crew said he'd make seventy thousand after taxes so some of them don't really work during the offseason while they're out fighting virus life goes on without them. They're reminded of this and in very literal way. They often go without cell service for days. And then the second they get back in range. There've been bartered by everything they've missed. Jogging dollars is one of the captains. Little t some guys over one hundred messages of day. You're thinking thinking of someone who's in the truck right now. What is the situation. This is a busy year for us as she doesn't understand that one of my guys he's just he just can't be on his fall time you know. And then when he does get server is many times shooting the messenger so like how many on the low end maybe like in the in the twenties in the high end maybe over one hundred. Call me call me. Where are you what the fuck what's going on. He'll talk to me about it. I won't throw the bus. I get a lot pete. How come women don't understand what we do. Why doesn't she get it again. Here's pete the squad boss who gets tripped up by the crew. He says they're constantly asking him for relationship advice. He keeps it pretty simple. Sit down and talk. Put yourself in her shoes but the problem is they never actually have time to use it. I could title that today this morning but then he never makes it home to be able to do that. And now it just turns into worse and worse and worse and unfortunately it doesn't work. It's really hard to understand or even sometimes believe that you're gone so long or believe that you're on fire writing. You have service you know. why don't you have service. I just talked to you a minute ago. We know hiking. And i had service for one second and now it's gone and now don't hear from you again for three or four days. We can explain that. Yeah they've already been a couple breakup. This season pizzas first. Marriage ended in divorce because he was gone so much. I'm like this guys. he's year round. He was on a fire when his son was born in. This season. missed his daughter's birthday. Pete offense girls through photos of them on his cellphone. Preaching my boy. He showed me one of his son. Now eleven competing was that cool getting to be at his own. Why didn't make it to this one. A picture they sent me. I've been to some of his meets too many yet. It's fun definitely fun watching them. I always very forgiving view. Being gone not being there for the big things in their life. I like to say yeah because i think they don't know any different. They think it's the norm you know that's always gone working. I think thank you guys from. His crew stopped by his truck. This happened all the time while i was talking to him. See so they brought me my breakfast. They brought me my lunch. It's like the first thing on their plate. Okay we gotta take care of of pete and then we'll do our thing if it becomes too where you become very cater to normal in real life. It's not like that. I mean your kids are going to talk back. Your wife is again a want different things different. It's gonna be a different type of reaction and somebody has been doing this so long. Somebody like myself out a lot of these other guys. You don't want to deal with that because it's a lot easier here. It's a lot easier.
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"Just outside fresno nowhere to go the first thing that you see when you pull up to campus these twentysomethings running back and forth with bright yellow firehose hundreds and hundreds of miles of it. Job is tangle miles of hoses all day every day. One of our producers miki meek. Report the sound that you're hearing right now. Talk to these guys in gooding. Rj brown is twenty three in a dirt street yellow jacket and a face mask with a pan nose and mouth printed on it started the official motto of his employer. The california conservation corps. Pretend young people all over the state to do this kind of job are week. Low pay miserable conditions and more guys live hardware pay miserable conditions and more that is the actual motto. The best part of your job and what is the worst. Part of your job is for us. Hang on start with the worst part is just the worst part is when when they say you'll be here on the walkie talkie. Oh we got sixty thousand dollars hoses coming in and they want to sixty comes in they bring in another thirty would you hear sixty thousand hoses. Come over the radio. What is going through your head. When you hear that defeats i wanna go home. Look like oh no no no. I don't wanna do this way. This job works. Is this come back from the fire. Line and dump huge piles of jumbled hoses five guys untangle them and then with each hose they take one end a quarter and sprint across the parking lot. Each one hundred feet long so it's kind of a long way to go. They got a bright yellow hose next to another next to another. The whole. Parking lot is blanketed with tiny yellow hose. What do you do to keep yourself. Say when you're rolling hoses rj. Be about music in my head. I have already listened to and it keeps keeps me going. They're not allowed to wear headphones on. This job is team corey roe. V has a different strategy to deal with that. I get out and i tell everybody on your mind lately can break my stride. Last night i had stage history. Isolated china in a little boat defined. Your ain't nobody going to keep going head next step. In this process they wind hoses up in coils. But the main pallet. Wrap them in plastic wrap and send them to be cleaned after that. Those go out after the fire. Line again then back to the hose rowing crews then back to the place where the clean over and over week after week after week which is fire camp. Yeah the same day over and over and over till the fires out Leakey visited creek. Fire had been going for nearly two months and burn more than three hundred fifty thousand acres five hundred square miles putting out a fire. That large is a mammoth task. Base camp that mickey metallurgy and korea is like a mini city with makeshift laundromat cafeteria mechanic. Shop sleep trailers with triple bunk beds like most people at the camp korean rj. Sixteen hour days and they sleep right on the asphalt great next where they work intensive pitched they sleep in their uniforms so they can squeeze in a few extra minutes of rest each morning. Here's what do you dream about it night. Jim yesterday was about hoses rolling. Always so mad. Like oh i can't take no breaks no days off but the thing about rj inquiry. They love their jobs. Despite the repetitiveness and exhaustion for this rj worked retail a car. Wash where had an office job coding. Now it feels like the part of something important team captains for the crew had this can-do attitude that it's actually kind of culture of this camp like i just make sure that the cruise. Pma is always at its highest positive mental attitude. Either me and ricky will see something like hey yeah just keeps up acronym yes i had never heard of that acronym. I could use some more pm in my life right now with the fire season running longer than ever seven or eight months out of the year. Now there's this entire ecosystem of people. Rj corey who swooped in and live in fire camps for months oliver the west today in our program..
"boulder" Discussed on Back To Work
"Marilyn, what Scott I know you're there I just WanNa say I appreciate your taking some time out I know you're on the show floor today. It's so crazy right now. What's happening on the show floor? Everyone has their masks on I. Hope. Well, it's a very exciting day. It's easily the most anticipated. Product launch since the last product launch people are literally dying. I had a chance to preview some of the latest chipsets and they definitely all look like computer things. Twenty fast everything fast fast the eight twelve, the be twenty, four, the B twelve cenex Thursday the dis nuts the UB forty I'll combine these represents the first Gigabit teraflops stabbed system on chip capable driving a bus we're being told that they are up to ten hours of nets on the arm So you probably get that checked out I'm also being told that no one can wait to see what I do with this, which seems like a weird thing to say this has been Merlin, man reporting live from the show floor. I'm so glad that you took time out to to to do that and then still made time for the show just I appreciate it I appreciate you. I appreciate you to. The WALLAH is a little bit played this year. I think they I think. skunked skunk theod. Wow. Yeah. That's yeah. That's what happened. There's always a danger. Risk. It's a risk you do what you gotta do. Number Dan. Then you're really good mood today. What's going on? Did you Did you run your flight this morning? What are you doing? Did I run my flight can't get you high worry. Oh you're talking about my. Gas Station. These cans. Ha. What's going on with you? What's going on your neck of the woods? Feel them. Look good feel good today i. feel good about what Apple's going to announce and it's actually to talk. To you about that. Well, it's time for me to get a new phone I think. You said as much. super-secret private techs channel that you. I think I. Don't WanNa I. Don't WanNa, spill the beans here but but you'd said we both you know I don't know and I'll speak for myself. I I I watch these things I watched the thing the thing we're talking about here is the the big September event, which is October, like the world series now is that right when they do the world series I don't know anyway it's a bubble at Disneyworld and they are going to be a apple will be announcing. It is believed a new iphone other things you said to me hails let's wrap this early will button it up. We're going to be wheels down because we need to shift our attention. To to to to Tim, being cited about what we're GONNA do it this whenever that live from the show for thing, with my wife this morning I did I, did I, said, okay. Wait to see what you do with this and I realize them I cook is also my Bill Clinton. It's the same there one in the same game. With this. I did not have. Sexual intercourse with that system on chip. It's good. No, it's good i. mean it's thank you. So let's talk about this. We're GONNA DO SHORTY SHORTY. We're going to a griffin rip it. What. What is your situation with the phone and and what are you What are you looking for today my situation with the phone. The phone that I have is an iphone ten, not an aspirin or or an ex- are an X. L. S. or an X. T. or a premier. Is just a straight acts or as you say ten. And? It's been fine. Except that. The battery and we talk about this a couple of weeks ago I think the battery is is not doing. So well, I've got a charge multiple times throughout the day. And if I don't. Like I'll charge it as I'm driving into the studio and then I'll charge it if I run out and get lunch and I'll charge it as I'm going home I'll charge it when I get home. So that's not where I wanna be with phone so I Will Dan? So how many years old are we talking about here? Well, you know that this phone came out it was October of twenty seventeen I think about I think i. you know I feel like I can't prove this, but there's a million reasons might be, but I feel like the batteries. Go faster now maybe it's because we use these phones more maybe it's because we charge them more I. Mean I'm not a technologist I'm a season technologist not now not even seasoned, but but my sense is that like I mean I'm my phone from last year is that I think ninety two percent which seemed pretty fast for one year with a phone. He had that does that does That does seem fast salosa. First of all, very important low battery I mean there are certain things I think I have a couple of examples of this to there are things where I you know I'm not going to replace. This device because of this. Or this or this because there could be a better one coming out soon do like you know if you screen has scratches, you're probably not going to replace it based on a lot of people encounter. If it's shatter, they don't replace. It's costly for a lot of money right but but I mean like you know just because my batteries now. You know my my battery is basically a B. Plus like that doesn't I want to spend a grand to replace something if it's going be obviated. You know or even even having around. What do you? So you you better benefit. You know what I take this It it it's like darnall talking to our Arnie Cunningham in in Christine. When he says to pepper his assistant pepper at the garage, he says look how cockeyed works pepper he's got brand new windshield wipers for a busted windshield. WHOA. And that's how he says he's got. He's got brand new windshield Seville busted windshield that. was somebody polishing occurred I think on the face of it. You look at that and you say, well, let's Kinda gross why you know you you're making shiny but you think about it. Polish. Attorney who just couldn't get turned on you you know and that's that's kind of I'm not calling this phone turn but I'm saying why Polish it Why Polish it..
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"Boulder. Investigators say holder got into an argument with hustle before the shooting. He was last seen Sunday in white twenty sixteen Chevrolet Cruze driven by an unidentified, female getaway driver. A second woman has accused former vice president Joe Biden of an awkward physical contact a former democratic congressional aide says in two thousand nine Biden grabbed both sides of her face polder in and rubbed noses with her. She says it felt uncomfortable and disrespectful Biden has said he doesn't believe he's ever acted inappropriately. But will listen to the women's claims eights? They prep work is continuing for a possible Biden presidential run. The first woman to come forward with the democrat from Nevada who says Biden smelled her hair and kissed her head in two thousand fourteen a car smashing into a Carl's junior. In Huntington park has hit two people inside the restaurant. Those customers were taken to the hospital yesterday in critical condition. The driver had minor injuries the car stopped halfway through the wall of the Carl's junior animal rights activists say video could change minds about horse racing saying. Anita pita says newly released video of a race injury. Is sickening. But I think it's important for people to see what actually happens to a horse who breaks a leg on a track pitas, Kathy Guglielmo says the best way to protect horses is to ban the use of all drugs. I don't know if anything is wrong with the track itself. I think that remains to be seen a horse that died Sunday was the twenty-third to diet said a Nieta since the end of December that track has not cancelled future races. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news man from corona accused of killing his eight year old son Noah is due to enter his plea on a murder charge today. He's also accused of child abuse and torture Riverside County. Prosecutors say Bryce Macintoshes cell phone shows..
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