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 Rescuers recover 26 dead from mudslide in India's northeast

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00:39 sec | 16 hrs ago

Rescuers recover 26 dead from mudslide in India's northeast

"Rescue efforts after a mudslide in India's northeast are being hampered by fresh rain and falling boulders So far rescue workers have pulled over two dozen bodies from the mudslide that wiped out a railroad construction site in the area about three dozen people are still missing but there is little hope they'll be found alive days after the mudslide hit more than 250 soldiers rescuers and police using bulldozers and other equipment were involved in the operation in Noni in Manipur state rescue authorities have confirmed the vast majority of those killed were working for the territorial army who had been providing security for railway officials during construction I'm Karen Chammas

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Heckler charged after confronting Rudy Giuliani

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00:46 sec | 4 d ago

Heckler charged after confronting Rudy Giuliani

"Dueling accounts of what happened when a Staten Island man slapped Rudy Giuliani on the back Sunday which led to more than 24 hours in jail for that man It happened at a ShopRite supermarket where Giuliani was campaigning for his son who's running for governor Daniel gill's lawyer says the worker tapped Rudy Giuliani on the back to get his attention Security camera video shows the former mayor barely reacting Giuliani said in a Facebook news conference it was more violent I got hit on the bag as if a boulder hit me it knocked me forward step or two He also says the man cursed at him over abortion rights You two women in the importance of his women Gil was arraigned on third degree assault charges and released without bail Julie Walker New York

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Charlie Speaks at Dayspring Christian's 'Remember America' Series

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:03 min | Last month

Charlie Speaks at Dayspring Christian's 'Remember America' Series

"And last week I was in boulder, Berkeley and Cal state Fullerton. So it's a lot different of a reaction. I know some of you are booing, totally understandable, right? You should boo Berkeley. It's a very dark place to give you an idea how dark Berkeley is. I had to bring a deliver in sky with me. Just in case. Victor marks, if you know who I'm talking about. But here's the amazing thing. And there's something so special happening in our country. When I visited Berkeley in boulder last week, we had a major problem. And it wasn't antifa. It wasn't all that nonsense. We couldn't find rooms big enough to fit all the students that wanted to come to our events. On campus. Very special. So I traveled 330 days last year all across the country. I'm doing three podcasts today, a couple hours of radio. And I'm in the education space, but a little different than day spring. I go to hostile territory and try to spread truth where there is none. And tonight, we get to celebrate and support a place that is full of truth and full of light for liberty. It's a little different, but the same thing, really, because we're trying to raise up a generation to understand what they've been given. We as human beings all have a lot in common. One of the things we all have in common is that we've all been born into a world we did not create. So we're born into a set of circumstances that are not our own. And boy, are we blessed to be born in the set of circumstances in the United States of America? And that statement alone is agreed upon by basically all of you. But it's now wildly controversial to say that in most schools today. In fact, it's four and it's a concept that most young people when I come and I talk about how America is the greatest nation ever to exist in the history of the world, how the constitution is the greatest political document ever written. They want to believe it because in the soul of a person is a yearning to want to actually love the place that you're from. But there's this disconnect between all the propaganda that they've been led to believe and first what they are all of a sudden hearing what they know to be true. And I think one of the reasons for that is actually

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We Need to Move Away From Dense Rental Housing AKA Liberal Hotbeds

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:37 min | Last month

We Need to Move Away From Dense Rental Housing AKA Liberal Hotbeds

"So I went super viral yesterday. I don't have you guys know. I don't have Twitter. We can wait so great when you don't have Twitter and someone texts you that you're trending on Twitter. It's awesome. It's like, so I did something worthy of still trending on that godforsaken website at wasteland. It's so funny when they're tweeting at me on Twitter. I'm like, you realize I don't have like okay, sure. So I said something at CU boulder that's really true, which is that we want we should make it a goal to try to have more young people to own property and make it easier for young people to be able to own property, that we need to have less renters and more people that own property. And at times, there's an unexpected cost and this is a thought experiment, and it's proven through data. There's an unexpected cost to having development that prioritizes renting, especially development that goes over 5, ten, 15, 20 stories. In fact, when you have concentrated population density, those areas tend to be a lot more liberal than areas that would be more suburban or rural. Now, I said this and I said it in a way that really bothered people where I said that tall buildings can be a prerequisite towards a city all of a sudden taking a turn away from being a conservative city to a liberal city and they just like lost their mind like how dare you blame tall buildings. I was like, okay, well, obviously I'm not blaming the height of the building, right? I'm making an argument that population density and having people living on top of one another creates a couple of factors. Like the tragedy of the commons. When everyone owns something, nobody owns it. And so you're not actually responsible for the dog park, you're like one 100th responsible for it. And then all of a sudden, you might be using more public transportation than driving yourself so you're not as connected what gas prices might be. Or a car insurance payment. I'm not saying there's anything inherently wrong with those things, but they definitely foster an environment that makes you look at things more collectively and less individually or kind of less in a way of what are all these different factors. And you guys know this when you rent, there's a way to find out, but a lot of people pay rent without actually looking at their bill, you're usually immune, not immune but you're not totally dialed into what the property taxes are and to kind of what all the other factors are. You just kind of pay your rent and you move on. But when you own a home, you know what your property tax bill is. And you know whether or not property values are going up or not. And so I said this, they lost their mind. I totally stand by it. I don't know why that was just like such a triggering thing, but like we should try to encourage young people in particular to try to own homes and to try to actually be able to be in communities that are not as population dense as urban cities that I believe actually create liberal thinking habits and behavioral habits.

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Charlie Sees Such Great Promise Across the Country

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:19 min | 2 months ago

Charlie Sees Such Great Promise Across the Country

"You asked a question about what I'm seeing. I'm seeing such great promise across the country. When we visit college campuses at turning point USA, we have a big problem. We can't find rooms big enough to be able to fit all the kids that want to show up to our events. At Berkeley, Cal Berkeley, everybody, the liberal epicenter, and look, I'm very sensitive to spiritual oppression. When you go to Berkeley, I literally brought a guy that does deliverance with me. Victor marks. You might know him. He's special. Has he ever spoke at this church? Oh, he should. He's great. I brought my own deliverance guy, okay? It's like some people will bring a personal trainer. You got to bring a delivery sky when you go to Berkeley. And we, there were people knocking on the Windows trying to get into our event at Berkeley that wanted to hear what we had to say. Couldn't find a room big enough. Same problem at Boulder. Same problem at Fullerton. Where was I last night? Yeah, and Milwaukee last night with Candace Owens. And we had so many people, the great Candace Owens. And we had so many people wanting to come in. And the polling shows this, by the way, the polling shows that most young people are dissatisfied with the regime, 21% approval rating of Joe Biden, but it's deeper than this the politics, right? That's just kind of their complaint against what's happening. There is a curiosity. There's a yearning.

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"boulder" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

06:25 min | 2 months ago

"boulder" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"History. And the question would be like, why am I going to keep on just getting political power to the people that say I just have to work harder? Okay, so working hard is good, don't get me wrong, but the three things that we as conservatives should have a very meaningful conversation about is the three conservativity events, right? We have to make it easier to do these three things. And restricting government spending in a very serious way and bringing down inflation can help all these three things happen, right? Because inflation affects everybody in this room, we'll talk about it. It's not a sexy topic, but it's something that's super important, especially if you drive, right? It's cost like $900 to drive from college to springs. The boulder now, right? Or whatever, probably 250 bucks, and that's somewhat of an exaggeration, depending on what you drive, which is we need to make it easier to buy homes and buy property. We want young people to have skin in the game. Here's a rule for life. People that own property don't burn down Wendy's. Okay? When you own stuff, you don't want to see the society burn. You got to keep getting a job, right? You owning things is a moral good. So if I asked some of the 50 plus people in this audience, you guys have a lot of you have gotten double or triple, at least double wealthy as far as the proportion of your real estate value over the last couple of years because you turn all this money, right? And so big beneficiaries, right? I'm a homeowner, I checked out a mortgage in 2018, pretty good decision, right? It's gone up double in value, but what about the recent college grad who's like, wait a second? Like real wages are not keeping up with inflation. How am I supposed to make the down payment? Let alone the mortgage payment, that creates cynicism, okay? Very quickly, that will be translated. It's very radical left wing politics, like very radical, where I'm talking like people are going to be saying outwardly, let's confiscate all the property from the baby boomers and give it to gen X or Gen Z and millennials. Now, I don't support that, but you can see there's a single person who's enthusiastic about that. But I'm trying to warn you, especially if you care about like de radicalizing American politics, which you all care about, right? You have not seen legit Marxism while we sort of have, but like communicated in the way that it happens in other countries, where that sort of reverse redistribution message will be very, very compelling to a 30 year old who did everything they were told to do. I took the AP classes. I took the honors classes. I didn't totally screw up in high school. I went to see you boulder. I had the job. I studied what I was supposed to study. Like, I got a degree in North African lesbian poetry. I can't find, I can't find a job, right? I'm renting. I'm still a $120,000 in debt. I demand the refund. Now, how do you prevent against that? You need a transition as many of the people as possible that were sold that lie and it was, by the way, the other rules they had to follow, stay at home, don't leave your home, wear a mask, get the vaccine, all this sort of stuff, right? Rules rules, rules, rules. And they followed it. That's what's so interesting. I call it like the rule following generation. Every time a decree came forward, okay, I'll go to college. Okay, I'll get the degree. Okay, I'll take the honors classes. Okay, I'll do this. I'll stay at home. I'll help to stop the spread, and then they enter into a world. They're like, wow, everything's super expensive, and really depressing and mean. And there's a 110,000 people dying from over drug overdoses. That's a problem. And that's a problem that transcends politics, by the way. But what's going to happen because the left is really good at this. They're political predators. They are. They're going to come in and capture this suffering and promising they can't deliver and try to weaponize it towards a very radical thing. So what's the other two things we should argue for? And this is something that I think is having a revival in this country in a good way. You might not see it yet, which is we need to make it easier to buy property, home property, get married, and then have children. Those three things we need to make it easier for. Now, getting married. Yeah, we can get into why I'm a big fan of getting hurt. I married myself all young people should get married young and have lots of children. Reject hook up culture and all this garbage, they teach you on college campuses. It'll make you a miserable person, and potentially could create liabilities for the rest of your life. So take that for whatever it's worth, you may not resonate with you, but you'll be happier. Your soul will be settled if you find a soulmate and you do life with that person. So however, with that being said, get marriage rates are now going down dramatically. I think because we have hyper feminized the men and we have created women to be hyper masculine. So we have super angry 33 year old women that have corporate success and they can't, they're like, where's all the men? Well, they're playing video games, right? Like that's what they're doing, right? Nothing against that. I'm all for that, whatever, sure. Not exactly the way to make a society floors. Population rates are going down dramatically right now. We're on the verge of a population collapse. Fact, we are having less babies than ever before per CAPiTA. And this is what the most amazing thing is. If you kind of look you're like, wow. You're going to have 330 million people locked up, you know, during a pandemic, birth rates are going to skyrocket. The opposite happened. They went down, which goes to show people are choosing using technology birth control not to have children. Why? Well, the reason why most people choose not to have children is because of finances. It's not that they don't want them. It's just financially unattainable for a lot of families to be able to support children. They're expensive. And creating a $1 trillion out of thin air didn't help that, by the way. And so you have this, you have this moment where, of course, the political predators, the left is going to come in and then be like, vote for us, free stuff, all this, wow. So you got to think to yourself which side should actually stand for family formation, getting married and having children. Probably the ones that believe in men and women and believe in absolute truths and believe in actually defending the institution of marriage, right? And so from my experience with young people and a lot of students, they say, I want to at least get a little bit of this aforementioned American Dream that I was promised. And here's the thing that I think it's totally misrepresented. For any politician at which is to listen to this, right? Which is that it's not that they gravitate towards some of these left wing policies out of out of totally their own choosing. Some of it is because they've been convinced out of their necessity. They're wrong. Now, you got the apparat chicks right that outside you saw that, right? That's a.

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What on the Left Has Grown Stronger in the Past 4 Months?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | 2 months ago

What on the Left Has Grown Stronger in the Past 4 Months?

"I have a legitimate question what on the left has grown stronger in the last four months. Name one thing. The only thing I can name is the amount of illegals that have come into America, the potential population. However, Hispanics are turning conservative and record numbers. So even that it's a little bit blurry. What on the left has grown stronger in the last four months. Since the new year, Pfizer AstraZeneca Johnson & Johnson, they're on the ropes. Disney is down, CNN plus is gone, Twitter is about to be taken over and totally changed, which we know censorship is a fundamental need of this regime. If they're not able to censor they can't exist, they must be able to shut you up, the Democrat party has lower approval ratings than ever before, wire, what, who, what, where is stronger than they were four months ago? I'll tell you who is stronger though. Rogan is more popular than ever before. Tucker Carlson is more popular than ever before. Bill Maher's anti woke, tirades are stronger than ever before. Elon is richer, he might have his net worth as might have gone down by 20 or 30 billion because the stock prices, but Tesla was up 10% since last week, 10%. Our podcast is up amazingly. Our radio program is up. Our social media engagement is up. We can't find spaces big enough at turning point USA to be able to fit all the students that want to come to our events at Berkeley and boulder, meanwhile, I'm not really sure if people are flocking a big numbers, go hear critical race theory, Nicole Hannah Jones, maybe. I don't think so. If you kind of look at these fundamental indicators of where the society is going, Republicans are winning registration wars across the country and desantis wiped out all of the gerrymander gains that California New York tried to do. Desantis basically level the playing field. God bless that man.

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How Does Charlie Have So Much Energy?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 2 months ago

How Does Charlie Have So Much Energy?

"Charlie, how and where do you get all this energy to travel over the place and do these events at the same time be married and tend to your marriage and have time to do hillsdale courses? I'm just ashamed of myself and my time management. Thanks so much, shabu. So look, we do a lot and we don't we don't rest a lot. But, you know, we do three hours of radio a day, which translates to three podcasts a day. We do one on Saturday one on Sunday. Just this week, I had an event every single night except Monday. Kris kross in the country, not to mention the work we do at turning point USA. And running that and managing that, we have a great operational team thankfully that we've been able to put there, but also raising the money for turning point and our 250 plus full-time employees. So look, I don't sit still well. There's work to do. I mean, you got to make a decision in your life where you just kind of sit around and hope things get better. You're going to start to do things. And you will live a much more meaningful life if you act. You'll live a much more meaningful life if you figure out the teleological reason for existence, which is just a really fancy, unnecessarily academic way of saying the purpose. What is your purpose? And so we've definitely found ours. And it's a grind sometimes. Travel the country, you're in new places every single day. We're doing one event tonight and then we got the two tomorrow and next week will be in Fresno and we have not we only missed and it was mainly because of a tactic up one hour of radio this week. So we were on the entire week, we also did the event with the great Candace Owens, a university of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, and that's coming off of last week where we did Berkeley boulder and Fullerton in a 72 hour window, and only missed one day of radio last week. So you guys helped make all that possible when you get behind our program and you help turning point USA and you help us. You subscribe to the Charlie Kirk, show podcast. Look, we're a podcast of action. And there's radio program of action. There's very few that are like that.

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The Success of Turning Point USA Event at CU Boulder

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:39 min | 2 months ago

The Success of Turning Point USA Event at CU Boulder

"All you need to do and all that is necessary for conservatives to win in certain areas is that younger voters and younger young left wing activists have a little bit of a loss of enthusiasm, all of the models change. If their brand becomes polluted with a negative emotion, conservatives win. And young people no longer believe that Democrats help change anything. They look at them as machine politicians or corporate types, and they also see that the policies just put simply are not working. They control everything. They control the FBI and they control the CIA they control Google, they control Facebook, they control the federal government and young people, they look at that. They say, that's kind of like the man. I don't want to support that. That's the very same person that I thought that we're supposed to be fighting. But was so incredible was the response and the enthusiasm. From students at Boulder, that are conservative. Many of whom had said to some of our staff members and some of our turning point, you'll say chapter leaders that they would never feel comfortable being an outspoken conservative on campus. But this event gave them an opportunity to go finally know that they were not alone. There's something generationally significant happening here. And I don't want to try to get your hopes up too much. I'm not saying that every young person is going to become a conservative overnight or this generation is going to be predominantly conservative immediately. What I am saying though is that the trend of students and Gen Z being nothing but reliably left wing, that's being put in serious jeopardy.

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"boulder" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

01:36 min | 5 months ago

"boulder" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

"They are for the economy. There is an entrance fee to the colony at Boulder's beach, which you should pay because it will help support them. But you can also hang out for free and Simon's town and penguins might wander up to you anyway. Sand Cobb that's CC OB, also maintains a facility that's open to the public where you can see their rehabilitation work in action. And, you know, you can take that selfie with that penguin, just give them their space. Special thanks to Kati Luna for telling us all.

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"boulder" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

05:51 min | 5 months ago

"boulder" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

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"boulder" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

04:38 min | 5 months ago

"boulder" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

"If you find yourself driving around Simon's down South Africa, you want to keep an eye out for animals crossing the road. Basically, you drop down towards the beach and you park in probably by the time you've gotten out of your car, you've probably already seen a penguin kind of walk across the street. This is Kara Luna, and she works with a seabird rehabilitation center nearby. That's called Sam Cobb. And they have a team of seabird rangers whose job is among many other things to rescue penguins from inconvenient spots. They find themselves in. They get called every 5 minutes by people saying, sorry, there's a broad underneath my car, can you please get it away? Simon's town is on the western side of South Africa's cape Peninsula. Cape Town is about an hour away. And this town, Simon's town, it's a small beach community, home to just about 6000 people, and a naval base. But it's most famous residents are for sure the penguins. It's obviously a lot of guesthouses and advertisers the fact that those penguins and their gardens canna says that some locals have even installed special steps in their swimming pools to make sure that the penguins can get out safely, which is just an absolute delight. But the thing is, is it wasn't always like this in Simon's town. These penguins are native to this part of the world, but they didn't come to live in this particular town until the mid 1980s. And it started with just a couple of pairs who decided to breed on a small secluded beach nearby. Boulder's beach. The locals said, hey, this is great. Let's make this a protected area and we'll fence it in. The penguins were like, cool plant. Penguins are very easy to find fences and find holes and whatever. So they started to basically move into other areas. So they've started populating people's gardens so now actually they're breeding and quite a large area. Since the 80s, a thriving tourism industry has popped up around these birds. Kata says the people really love taking selfies with the penguins, no surprise. Though sometimes they don't give them enough personal space and these selfie takers pay the price. We sometimes laugh because obviously people know them from the movies and they're cute and everybody wants to touch a penguin and then people stick their fingers through the phantom they get bitten. So there are wild, they can bite. When most people think of penguins, they tend to think of Antarctica of ice and snow. Not a place like coastal South Africa, where the weather is essentially subtropical. But these penguins, they're different. They're African penguins, and they're a little smaller, they're around knee height, their black and white, they've got a thin black strap across their chest, and there's another way to identify an African penguin. They do this funky like core, especially when they greet their partners. So the one partner stays with the eggs or chicks and the other one goes out at sea and they actually alternate sides when we and daddy going out and feeding. And then when the partner comes back they greet each other with these amazing calls. That call is why these penguins used to have a more unflattering name. They were called jackass penguins. You know, because they sound like donkeys. But kata says that individual birds have really different personalities. Some are aggressive, some are shy, but overall, they just tend to be pretty curious. So if you work in colonies and you just leave your bag somewhere often your notebook start disappearing or your pencil gets carried away or you find your scale or something in one of the nest they carry things around the inquisitive they want to come and check you out. Which makes sense in a way, because the wild thing about Simon's town and the original nesting site boulders beach is that it's not a zoo or an aquarium. It was not created by humans. The penguins themselves chose this site and came here on their own in the 80s and maybe even picked out a spot near all these people on purpose. And we actually think that basically chose these areas thanks to the villages or the towns around because the tones around basically, they keep the predators away. But just because these penguins seem to be absolutely everywhere. Doesn't mean that they're thriving. These penguins are actually threatened by.

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Former UCLA lecturer threatened to 'hunt' female professor

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 5 months ago

Former UCLA lecturer threatened to 'hunt' female professor

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Police: Man in custody in Colo. over alleged threats to UCLA

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

Police: Man in custody in Colo. over alleged threats to UCLA

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Deadly Colorado blaze renews focus on underground coal fires

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 5 months ago

Deadly Colorado blaze renews focus on underground coal fires

"Investigators investigators investigators investigators trying trying trying trying to to to to determine determine determine determine the the the the cause cause cause cause of of of of last last last last month's month's month's month's devastating devastating devastating devastating wildfires wildfires wildfires wildfires in in in in Colorado Colorado Colorado Colorado are are are are looking looking looking looking at at at at a a a a possible possible possible possible link link link link to to to to underground underground underground underground coal coal coal coal fires fires fires fires hi hi hi hi Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with details details details details a a a a fire fire fire fire raging raging raging raging in in in in an an an an underground underground underground underground Colorado Colorado Colorado Colorado coal coal coal coal field field field field in in in in eighteen eighteen eighteen eighteen eighty eighty eighty eighty three three three three cents cents cents cents so so so so much much much much smoke smoke smoke smoke pouring pouring pouring pouring from from from from cracks cracks cracks cracks in in in in the the the the ground ground ground ground that that that that the the the the scene scene scene scene was was was was likened likened likened likened to to to to burning burning burning burning volcanoes volcanoes volcanoes volcanoes the the the the state's state's state's state's first first first first mining mining mining mining inspector inspector inspector inspector dean dean dean dean the the the the blaze blaze blaze blaze impossible impossible impossible impossible to to to to extinguish extinguish extinguish extinguish nearly nearly nearly nearly one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and forty forty forty forty years years years years later later later later to to to to fire fire fire fire still still still still smolder smolder smolder smolder in in in in that that that that now now now now abandoned abandoned abandoned abandoned coal coal coal coal field field field field near near near near boulder boulder boulder boulder the the the the same same same same area area area area where where where where the the the the December December December December wildfire wildfire wildfire wildfire destroyed destroyed destroyed destroyed more more more more than than than than one one one one thousand thousand thousand thousand homes homes homes homes and and and and buildings buildings buildings buildings and and and and killed killed killed killed at at at at least least least least one one one one person person person person U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. officials officials officials officials attracting attracting attracting attracting more more more more than than than than two two two two hundred hundred hundred hundred such such such such mine mine mine mine fires fires fires fires in in in in more more more more than than than than a a a a dozen dozen dozen dozen states states states states but but but but boulder boulder boulder boulder county county county county officials officials officials officials say say say say abandoned abandoned abandoned abandoned coal coal coal coal mines mines mines mines are are are are just just just just one one one one of of of of several several several several possible possible possible possible causes causes causes causes which which which which also also also also include include include include power power power power lines lines lines lines in in in in human human human human activity activity activity activity I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas

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Alize Cornet reaches quarterfinals at her 63rd Grand Slam

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00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Alize Cornet reaches quarterfinals at her 63rd Grand Slam

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 US, Russia far apart on Ukraine crisis as top diplomats meet

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 5 months ago

US, Russia far apart on Ukraine crisis as top diplomats meet

"The the the the top top top top diplomats diplomats diplomats diplomats of of of of the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. and and and and Russia Russia Russia Russia holding holding holding holding crucial crucial crucial crucial talks talks talks talks as as as as a a a a weeks weeks weeks weeks long long long long standoff standoff standoff standoff of of of of Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine teaches teaches teaches teaches on on on on the the the the cusp cusp cusp cusp of of of of a a a a pivotal pivotal pivotal pivotal and and and and potentially potentially potentially potentially violent violent violent violent face face face face secretary secretary secretary secretary of of of of state state state state Antony Antony Antony Antony Blinken Blinken Blinken Blinken and and and and Russian Russian Russian Russian foreign foreign foreign foreign minister minister minister minister Sergei Sergei Sergei Sergei Lavrov Lavrov Lavrov Lavrov a a a a meeting meeting meeting meeting in in in in Geneva Geneva Geneva Geneva once once once once a a a a key key key key Cold Cold Cold Cold War War War War crossroads crossroads crossroads crossroads trying trying trying trying to to to to avert avert avert avert a a a a possible possible possible possible Russian Russian Russian Russian invasion invasion invasion invasion of of of of Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine amid amid amid amid Moscow's Moscow's Moscow's Moscow's to to to to moms moms moms moms for for for for concessions concessions concessions concessions from from from from NATO NATO NATO NATO over over over over its its its its relationship relationship relationship relationship with with with with the the the the former former former former Soviet Soviet Soviet Soviet Republic Republic Republic Republic Washington Washington Washington Washington and and and and its its its its allies allies allies allies have have have have repeatedly repeatedly repeatedly repeatedly promised promised promised promised severe severe severe severe consequences consequences consequences consequences such such such such as as as as biting biting biting biting economic economic economic economic sanctions sanctions sanctions sanctions though though though though not not not not military military military military action action action action against against against against Russia Russia Russia Russia if if if if an an an an invasion invasion invasion invasion goes goes goes goes ahead ahead ahead ahead by by by by the the the the one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred thousand thousand thousand thousand Russian Russian Russian Russian troops troops troops troops who've who've who've who've been been been been positioned positioned positioned positioned near near near near the the the the crane crane crane crane in in in in boulder boulder boulder boulder for for for for weeks weeks weeks weeks I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor this this this this month month month month the the the the top top top top diplomats diplomats diplomats diplomats of of of of the the the the U. 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 Officials: Colorado wildfire caused $513 million in damage

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00:43 sec | 6 months ago

Officials: Colorado wildfire caused $513 million in damage

"Colorado Colorado authorities authorities say say the the initial initial damage damage estimate estimate from from last last week's week's wild wild fire fire was was over over half half a a billion billion dollars dollars after after further further recessing recessing the the wake wake of of destruction destruction left left behind behind by by the the so so called called Marshall Marshall fire fire authorities authorities are are estimating estimating the the damage damage at at five five hundred hundred thirteen thirteen million million dollars dollars with with nearly nearly eleven eleven hundred hundred homes homes destroyed destroyed in in Lewisville Lewisville superior superior and and an an unincorporated unincorporated area area of of boulder boulder county county two two people people are are missing missing but but human human remains remains were were found found at at one one location location experts experts say say drought drought conditions conditions in in the the area area near near the the rocky rocky mountain mountain foothills foothills are are in in part part to to blame blame and and that that similar similar events events will will become become more more common common as as climate climate change change warms warms the the planet planet and and neighborhoods neighborhoods become become more more prone prone to to fire fire I I am am Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Colorado Colorado authorities authorities say say the the initial initial damage damage estimate estimate from from last last week's week's wild wild fire fire was was over over half half a a billion billion dollars dollars after after further further recessing recessing the the wake wake of of destruction destruction left left behind behind by by the the so so called called Marshall Marshall fire fire authorities authorities are are estimating estimating the the damage damage at at five five hundred hundred thirteen thirteen million million dollars dollars with with nearly nearly eleven eleven hundred hundred homes homes destroyed destroyed in in Lewisville Lewisville superior superior and and an an unincorporated unincorporated area area of of boulder boulder county county two two people people are are missing missing but but human human remains remains were were found found at at one one location location experts experts say say drought drought conditions conditions in in the the area area near near the the rocky rocky mountain mountain foothills foothills are are in in part part to to blame blame and and that that similar similar events events will will become become more more common common as as climate climate change change warms warms the the planet planet and and neighborhoods neighborhoods become become more more prone prone to to fire fire I I

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Partial remains found during search of Colorado fire area

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00:43 sec | 6 months ago

Partial remains found during search of Colorado fire area

"Investigators investigators have have found found human human remains remains in in the the area area they they were were searching searching after after last last week's week's deadly deadly wildfire wildfire in in Colorado Colorado two two people people have have been been reported reported missing missing in in the the sheriff's sheriff's office office says says the the remains remains of of one one an an adult adult have have been been located located in in the the Marshall Marshall area area south south of of boulder boulder there's there's another another search search for for person person missing missing in in superior superior Colorado Colorado governor governor Jared Jared pollicis pollicis people people should should view view this this fire fire that that destroyed destroyed nearly nearly a a thousand thousand homes homes and and damaged damaged hundreds hundreds more more as as a a warning warning that that when when there's there's a a pre pre evac evac or or evacuation evacuation notice notice they they should should quote quote hop hop to to it it the the disaster disaster expert expert says says it's it's miraculous miraculous that that out out of of thirty thirty five five thousand thousand you you have have to to evacuate evacuate all all but but two two that that they they know know of of made made it it out out safely safely I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Officials: Nearly 1K homes destroyed in Colorado wildfire

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 6 months ago

Officials: Nearly 1K homes destroyed in Colorado wildfire

"Some some Colorado Colorado residents residents are are starting starting off off the the new new year year trying trying to to salvage salvage what what remains remains of of their their homes homes after after a a wildfire wildfire tore tore through through the the Denver Denver suburbs suburbs president president Biden Biden issued issued a a major major disaster disaster declaration declaration for for Colorado Colorado after after devastating devastating wildfires wildfires tore tore through through homes homes and and businesses businesses between between Denver Denver and and boulder boulder officials officials say say three three people people are are reported reported missing missing burnt burnt out out subdivisions subdivisions blocked blocked off off by by National National Guard Guard troops troops at at Humvees Humvees were were still still smoldering smoldering under under a a blanket blanket of of snow snow that that fell fell to to late late to to curb curb the the fires fires billion billion Klein Klein lost lost his his home home in in superior superior they they had had to to go go see see it it for for himself himself just just unbelievably unbelievably fast fast boulder boulder county's county's office office of of emergency emergency management management said said its its call call center center was was overwhelmed overwhelmed with with people people looking looking for for help help after after losing losing everything everything including including their their computers computers in in fires fires that that destroyed destroyed nearly nearly one one thousand thousand homes homes according according to to the the latest latest estimate estimate official official shut shut off off water water in in the the burn burn areas areas to to restore restore pressure pressure and and prevent prevent pipes pipes from from freezing freezing and and utility utility companies companies were were working working to to restore restore electricity electricity and and natural natural gas gas I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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Officials: 2 missing in devastating Colorado wildfire

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00:56 sec | 6 months ago

Officials: 2 missing in devastating Colorado wildfire

"Some some Colorado Colorado residents residents are are starting starting off off the the new new year year trying trying to to salvage salvage what what remains remains of of their their homes homes after after a a wildfire wildfire tore tore through through the the Denver Denver suburbs suburbs president president Biden Biden issued issued a a major major disaster disaster declaration declaration for for Colorado Colorado after after devastating devastating wildfires wildfires tore tore through through homes homes and and businesses businesses between between Denver Denver and and boulder boulder seven seven people people were were hurt hurt and and after after coming coming to to agency agency reports reports boulder boulder county county spokeswoman spokeswoman Jennifer Jennifer Churchill Churchill says says the the two two people people are are reported reported missing missing burnt burnt out out subdivisions subdivisions blocked blocked off off by by National National Guard Guard troops troops at at Humvees Humvees were were still still smoldering smoldering under under a a blanket blanket of of snow snow that that fell fell to to late late to to curb curb the the fires fires billion billion Klein Klein lost lost his his home home in in superior superior they they had had to to go go see see it it for for himself himself just just unbelievably unbelievably fast fast you you know know it it wouldn't wouldn't pull pull their their county's county's office office of of emergency emergency management management said said its its call call center center was was overwhelmed overwhelmed with with people people looking looking for for help help after after losing losing everything everything including including their their computers computers in in fires fires that that destroyed destroyed an an estimated estimated five five hundred hundred homes homes officials officials shut shut off off water water in in the the burn burn areas areas to to restore restore pressure pressure and and prevent prevent pipes pipes from from freezing freezing and and utility utility companies companies were were working working to to restore restore electricity electricity and and natural natural gas gas I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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Wildfires prompt evacuations and destroy homes in Boulder County, Colorado

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00:47 sec | 6 months ago

Wildfires prompt evacuations and destroy homes in Boulder County, Colorado

"A a wind wind fueled fueled fire fire outside outside Denver Denver has has destroyed destroyed hundreds hundreds of of homes homes and and forced forced thousands thousands of of residents residents to to flee flee truly truly unimaginable unimaginable Colorado Colorado governor governor Jared Jared polis polis says says it it happened happened in in the the blink blink of of an an eye eye after after a a dry dry fall fall and and very very little little winter winter snow snow so so far far a a fire fire fed fed by by one one hundred hundred mile mile an an hour hour wind wind gusts gusts ripped ripped through through neighborhoods neighborhoods with with terrifying terrifying speed speed boulder boulder county county sheriff sheriff Joe Joe Pelle Pelle E. E. says says it it likely likely destroyed destroyed at at least least five five hundred hundred homes homes maybe maybe even even a a thousand thousand it's it's unbelievable unbelievable when when you you look look at at the the devastation devastation that that we we don't don't have have a a list list of of a a hundred hundred missing missing persons persons there there are are no no reports reports of of anybody anybody missing missing and and Polish Polish says says no no known known deaths deaths we we might might have have our our very very own own new new year's year's miracle miracle on on our our hands hands of of it it holds holds up up that that there there was was no no loss loss of of life life I'm I'm Sager Sager make make ani ani a a wind wind fueled fueled fire fire outside outside Denver Denver has has destroyed destroyed hundreds hundreds of of homes homes and and forced forced thousands thousands of of residents residents to to flee flee truly truly unimaginable unimaginable Colorado Colorado governor governor Jared Jared polis polis says says it it happened happened in in the the blink blink of of an an eye eye after after a a dry dry fall fall and and very very little little winter winter snow snow so so far far a a fire fire fed fed by by one one hundred hundred mile mile an an hour hour wind wind gusts gusts ripped ripped through through neighborhoods neighborhoods with with terrifying terrifying speed speed boulder boulder county county sheriff sheriff Joe Joe Pelle Pelle E. E. says says it it likely likely destroyed destroyed at at least least five five hundred hundred homes homes maybe maybe even even a a thousand thousand it's it's unbelievable unbelievable when when you you look look at at the the devastation devastation that that

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"boulder" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

09:20 min | 11 months ago

"boulder" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Listen. I always i joked at some point it would get to clouds erases. We're heading there. The boulder the racist boulder. Uw student activists aylmer uba said told cnn. On friday that removing the rock meant a lot to her and by the way which god help the company that hires these assholes in four years where they're just walking around the office with their fucking head on a swivel. Like what what is that creamer. What is that is that you think that might be racist. O like i'm literally walking around there. Literally be walking around allah creamer. Really really really although i would be down with that. 'cause sorry dawson it's showing. Our hard work isn't going to waste that. If we kindle bed pushing forward change can come. We're seeing that with events like today. You know what. I as pertaining to to the french manila. There's nothing i'm going to bring it back rent. There's nothing about the boulder about obviously the polder who was named after what it symbolizes. All this stuff about a racist. It's that someone down. The road ascribed offensive name to it not the boulders fault right. The university is not the guy whose name doctor falk you sorta describing racist things to things. You don't like the french vanilla. Fresh milk raises removed from society have removed. Yeah the tornado racist. And it's also it's suggests that if you can do a bowl there you can do anything. Is there a statue that cannot come down now is it. Is it possible successor. Anything that's going to be blank spaces and void the difference between for the students. What was the difference. Between like scratching the etching of the guy's name off or putting a plaque over it as opposed to picking it up and moving it somewhere else. There's just because it was more inconvenience while the name on. It is the guys the botanist. Thanks the whatever. She don't have to do that. How long time. Also the principal or the president president. Right oh yeah. What i'm saying is you don't you don't have to scratch his name off because he was not the cause. Got it the guy who wrote an article in the newspaper for thirty forty years later. Well nineteen twenty five. Yeah whenever ninety guy who wrote the article we should if he has a statue up in fatter. Believe any to remove that statue yes. Put a get an addendum plaque. Yeah you know what. I mean where. Hey here's the rest of the story. This guy wrote a story about it. One thousand nine hundred eighty five we disagree with and then just mount that onto the boulder. Sorry dasa a crew worked for four hours to remove. Boulder and archaeologist was on site and the grounds crew laid matt's to minimize any soil disturbance. The boulder is a large example of a rare pre cambrian era glacial erratic which may be more than two billion years old. The university said a glacial erratic is a large rock that was moved by a glacier and left behind when the glacier moved on theoretic has made of a different type of rock than is usually found in the area the plaque honoring chamberlain has been removed. A new plaque for the geologist will be placed on chamberlain hall. Why not the plaque. They miss a key part of the story why why is chamberlain getting wrapped up in this. Because his name was fixed to a racist boulder come on fire. The guy was given the ball in one thousand nine hundred five thirty years later. Someone writes horrible thing about the boulder taking office thing. Two billion years old delving swing it around on the forklift. Leave it alone. The chancellor's office is using private donations to pay the fifty thousand dollar price tag for the rocks removal cesario. Money is being moved to university. Owned land near lake can ca- gonzaga southeast of Madison gary brown director of campbell. My prediction by the way is this will not be the last stop for this. Boulder going a freshman class. He'll be entering the university of wisconsin. That does not want it on school. Property the racist boulder is still on school property. The director of campus planning and landscape architecture Shepherded the search for the rocks new home quote moving the rock to this remote site. How sweet by the way would be to work for a college these days in the past there. A bunch of academic standards and the people were were protesting against vietnam and shit like that shots fired. Now it's like what are you doing today. honey. I'm gonna scout out of place to put the ball there by the way push back from other people in the boulder community like really their thought. It'd make sense right in the sun. Okay it's your funeral first. Time moving to boulder son now. I just seemed to fit their in school ironically in boulder. Well okay well. They're actually pretty good. Moving the rock to this remote site prevents further harm to our community wall wild preserving the rocks educational and research value for current and future scholars. About all the lazy geologists who don't wanna walk on the other side of the campus to study the boulder. Yeah wins for that. It's going to prevent more harm. Wow i meanwhile Take a look at what's going on in some of the inner cities. There's there's a coupla problems that could be fixed. I have an idea. Go to the inner cities. Tell them about the boulder there. Could they would be more. They would be less into the boulder movement than latinos are being called latino. I think you'd see a lower percentage of blacks who cared about the ball and to that point if you did seriously if you did go into these neighborhoods and tell them about the boulder. How fucking insulting is that like. Don't worry guys like that's that is good news. That is the ultimate insult. I don't worry we got you. We had a rock anyway. It's moved like five feet was fifty grand. Maybe that could have gone into some dental work. Yeah or the five thousand notebook a bookmobile coming by but we put it into boulder movement you welcome aright so we have now gotten. We've it's now distilled down into moving boulders kaylin. You know i've i've said for a long time. It's been a while. Just i don't know what i think it's a. It's a so cal thing but we evidently need to move copious amounts of gravel in In los angeles. See those gravel trucks on the freeway all the time. They're just taken it from here and putting it over there. Maybe it's because we're an earthquake country. We gotta we gotta go full subterranean with the foundations. This question for mr bilden guy. His gravel one is used for besides the roads. Is it used for application. Well cement is a man without aggregate so gravel pro probably be used for aggregate which then makes it into concrete aha. So they're got okay so they would probably excavated and then use it somewhere to make concrete. I'm assuming but the gravel trucks are out there and you know we have a lot of rules about safety and cars and click it or ticket and five mile an hour crash bumpers and stuff but still those pieces of steel tank traps from world war. Two that protrude out now they stick out four feet and writer drivers height. If you took an m one. Abrams tank and got up to full speed in. Hit one of those. Who wouldn't like it. Is that kind of triangulate. It but our own kaelin. And i've always said like why aren't there reflectors on those things whereas they read scar. Put a bumper pad or something on there. Because if you're driving a mini cooper and so in rear ends you and at denali that things going right through your throat paled. yes but They put a warning sign on of according to earn halen pulled up behind one of these trucks. Either getting off the freeway. And i thought the backside is pretty comical so i took a picture of it. See the back signs warning. Stay back two hundred feet. Not responsible for broken windshields. Well there you go my right but with the traffic who could actually leave three quarters of a football field. There are two thirds of a football field between them and the car in front of them. And ironically you have to be within two hundred feet of that sign to read it well. That's a good point. That is a.

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"boulder" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

09:39 min | 11 months ago

"boulder" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Some trending topics with chris. Locks and now in honor of charlie watts. He's going to declare a warm day moratorium on his hatred of emotional rescue. Adam corolla get it on got to get it on a choice but again our mandate get it on. Thanks for tuning in. Thanks for telling the frantic this so the ratings one up gina grad all right. That's great and bald. brian. To cares what i say. Oh all right. Let's see. I got stuff i wanna talk about. We got trending topics to do with max and Also wa. Eric roberts will come in here as well right I don't know if you've got the article. There pat up but During the break a couple of weeks back. I think it was a university of wisconsin decided to remove boulder and So far so good. The polar was racist. And the reason i bring that up. Is you know when people push like me against whatever whichever way the wind is blowing this ten minutes and they're tearing down statues of civil war generals. You kinda go like most people go like all right what's wrong. He focused on the wrong side of history. Why do we have a statue but then it stopped there then then. I think everyone would agree that that makes sense but it doesn't stop. It goes through the statue of lewis. And clark and then christopher columbus and then whoever else statue aka boulder lincoln like at a certain point. But now we're at boulders and it only took us it took us about ten minutes to get from lewis and clark to the boulder. It only took it took like seven weeks to get from lewis and clark to the boulder. It took like fourteen months to get from the general on the south to lewis and clark and then lewis and clark to the boulder at all all of speeds up but a boulder do tell. Yeah and by the way it's a it's it's pushed there by glacier from a glacier i it's like forty million years old it has it has some significance but it was put there and it was named after i think the first president of university of wisconsin who was a botanist or something but he will no longer have the boulder that bears his name. They don't throw it in the river. They just move it to a different that. That's what i'm saying like most of this stuff. Just just move it from here to there so they at great expense higher crane that can pick up a forty ton boulder whatever it was and move it somewhere else on campus. You have the have the store. There dawson a rock that students call a symbol of racism is removed from the university of wisconsin. The university of wisconsin students is one and a half students. But they didn't hear about this until this happened. They removed a forty two ton boulder from the madison campus on friday after complaints from students of color. Who called the rock. A symbol of racism chamberlain rock which had sat on observatory points since. Nineteen twenty five was named after thomas chamberlain. A geologist and former university president who served from eighteen eighty seven to eighteen ninety to nineteen nine twenty five wisconsin state journal article used the n. Word as part of a nickname for the giant boulder from nineteen twenty five ninety nine hundred thousand five. Did you say yeah okay. One hundred years the wisconsin black student union last summer called for the rock to be removed from campus as one of a series of demands. It said were aimed at seeking justice for black students. The cam k. Campaign came in the wake of the police. Killings of. George floyd and brianna taylor. The union said in a statement posted on instagram. On from where that killed with the balder it was very meaningful for me to be there and to see the process all the way through to the end right senior year narcissistic deluge. Who just wants to go. I'm going to say jump and you say how high that it's meaningful not because anyone knew what the boulder stood for but because three people could get a forty five ton. Boulder moved by complaints impressive. Yes it's like a magic trick mcwhirter. Who was the president of the wisconsin. Black student union for the past academic year was there when the boulder was removed friday. It was about a year ago that we released our demands and met with the chancellor and explain to her why those demands meant so much to us. I hope one day he ends up in heaven and sitting at a park bench. Next martin luther king many folks. There's like me. You know that boulder in wisconsin now. Well it's a pretty famous balder familiar full in boulder colorado shaver in boulder. But that's not it's real man. Okay and he was great now and don't look for him up here by the way Now was it was called the n. Word boulder nine hundred and twenty-five that was one hundred and fifty years before i died but on the rock. It's guys are missing this. Oh hold on. Harry tubman here. Yeah so what do you build. The i moved to boulder. I built an underground railroad to free slaves and at the risk my own peril every day on the civil rights movement for a decade. I hired a flatbed truck to move. A bulger was the boulder on top of somebody. No i mean symbolically yeah. It was crushing the hopes and dreams of black america. Way with these black students who got to go to the same college as white student. I had a dream. Oh oh yeah yeah lot. Lots changed their there. I'm at the college. It's great. I'm the head of the black union college. You got this university integrated it'd been integrated in the forties but we can use to not take your eye off the prize. There's appalled there. I got it moved. Okay so kareem is realized. I'm confused well not fully realized there's still work to do because they moved to boulder to another part of the campus. Well just feels like pushing it off to the side. Well this non-problematic boulder to begin with. I suggest that they break the boulder down and make them into the small ball. Bearings of change in k. that sound. good what. What exactly are the better what it means. I felt that coming on embolic or those to be used in actual application. Okay ball bearing. Let's not let's not get take a turn for the mechanical boulder is racist and i got it moved. You guys did your part right. I did my part. Let's not parse out who was more important which parts bigger cars were definitely more important. I feel like the history is going to tell the tale. Well look we really don't know i mean there's a day named after me a federal holiday every child and lamb so rise right right. You guys were living in a time with to drinking phones. I'm living in time was zero boulder's right but we turn to into one. We move the boulder. Okay all right. I guess we all did our part. Yeah congratulations guys. Don't know i'll see you guys at the golden corral which i'm assuming is in heaven somewhere all right so they got the boulder. I'm sorry you can keep Innkeeper eden dawson the native american student. Union walk sheikh. Parker partnered with the wisconsin black student union in the rock removal effort. The university said the boulder sat on ancestral. Ho chunk land. the university. Add to get permission from the wisconsin historical society to remove the boulder as it sat within the area of a native american burial mound. How how many guys who move the boulder were into the cause. I'm looking at the day. They look like they're on an oil. Derrick like three weeks earlier now they're moving ball getting paid. It's true The rock was not sitting on top of a burial site. The removal of the rock was approved by uw madison chancellor rebecca blank in january quote. It took courage and commitment for the wisconsin. Black student union to bring this issue forward than to influence change alongside. Uw's one sheikh student leaders the vice chancellor for student affairs. Laurie research said in a news. Release in the midst of demands for justice following. George floyd's murder last summer. The students wanted change on campus and they worked hard to see this through while the decision required. It's a good sign when you're looking around your campus and one exact some change and now you're looking at nature you gotta boulder mineral. Yeah we're now getting to that point..

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"boulder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"boulder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The bad guy. In Boulder, a temporary boulder strong tribute will open to the public after the march shooting that killed 10. The designers of the new memorial are calling it a dissolving flower wave. They'll start putting it up here in Boulder coming up in just a couple of hours. The original memorial was taken down and removed Just a couple of weeks ago. It had thousands of flowers and Mementos to remember the people who lost their lives here March 22nd, much of it now in the possession of the Boulder history Museum. The new tribute is being designed by two local boulder artists. They've been working closely with King Soopers and the Boulder Office of Arts and Culture. They're calling it a flower wave installation. New flowers will be put up on the 60 ft stretch of fence on the West side of the King's parking lot, and then for the next three days beginning tomorrow. The public is invited to naturally dissolved the installation by taking a flower and giving it to a friend. A loved one. A stranger, Maybe someone they just don't know that they find on the street. The artists say that the intended to recognize the love and the support that has been demonstrated here by the boulder community Throughout this tragedy over the past couple of months. The installation begins today at 11 0 clock in the morning. And Republican begin to start coming by and taking flowers at noontime tomorrow through Sunday on Fox 30 one's Jim Hooley for cable news radio. President Biden is out with his plan to combat violent crime that includes a change in gun laws and how they're enforced, the president said. For those dealers who choose to avoid background checks and armed felons,.

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"boulder" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood

Happier in Hollywood

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"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.

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"boulder" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"boulder" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

"That we have an local address in our batte. He is twenty one years of age already. So welcome back through public broadcast. I think avenue co host cutting. When you're right now. Logan you wanna come on over to schuyler is helping me earlier. Come on over here. Logan jump up here and put these headphones on. If you don't mind. And i haven't seen you in forever so can so this is this logan. He's going to help me with the show here today for minute archer okay. Screws could see senior since when they hear september. Yeah i think something like that anyway. So here we got to do next and you can help me with it so Ted cruz went to the floor of the senate and really kind of took us apart and really did a great job so logan. Here's what i want you to. Can you just push that right there. Right in and touch rate there one on top. This one's a stinger. Push it right there once again. Sleep wake up to a horrific act of mass murder. All of us lift up in prayer families boulder colorado families in atlanta that lost their lives and clinton the police officer in boulder colorado. I can tell you in texas. We've seen far too many of these. I was in santa fe. The morning of that shooting santa fe high schools less than an hour from my house. I was in el paso at the walmart for yet another senseless mass murder. I was in dallas where five police officers were murdered by a radical. I was in sutherland springs in that. Beautiful sanctuary where a monster murdered innocent people. I've been to too. Damn many of these senator from connecticut just said it's time for us to do something i agree. It is time for us to do something and every time. There's a shooting. We play this ridiculous theatre or this committee gets together and proposes a bunch of laws. That would do nothing to stop. these murders. Senator from connecticut just said the folks on the other side of the aisle have no solutions while the senator from connecticut knows that is false. And he knows that's false because senator grassley and together introduced legislation grassley crews targeted at violent criminals targeted at felons targeted at fugitives targeted at those with serious mental disease. To stop them from getting firearms to put them in prison when they try to illegally by guns. What happens in this committee after every mass shootings democrats proposed taking away guns from law-abiding citizens because that's their political objective. But what they propose not only. Does it not reduce crime. It makes it worse the jurisdictions in this country with the strictest gun control have among the highest rates of crime and murder. When you disarm law-abiding citizens you make the more likely to be victims. If you wanna stop these murders go. After the murderers grassley crews came to vote on the floor of the senate in two thousand thirteen at got a majority vote on the floor of the senate fifty. Two senators voted for grassley. Crews in the harry reid democratic senate nine democratic senators voted for grassley cruise. The most bipartisan support of any of the comprehensive legislation. So why did it pass into law because democratic senators including many of the senators in this room including the senator from connecticut who just said republicans have no answers. Filibustered the law and prevent it from passing demanded sixty votes if grassley crews passed into law sutherland springs. Very likely would not have happened. Why is that because the shooter there. The murderer there had a conviction in the air force that the obama air force failed to report to the background check system and grassley crews mandated an audit of all of the convictions to make sure the background check. Database has those felonies in it. Not only that grassley crews mandated that when a felon tries illegally by a firearm the department of justice prosecute them. The department of justice has a long. And i think indefensible practice of not prosecuting felons and fugitives who tried illegally by guns if grassley cruise past the gun crimes task force. That eight ahead created would have charged prosecutors with going after gun. Criminals locking them up and putting them in prison. That's how we prevent these that we will learn in the coming days and weeks. The exact motivation of the murderers in atlanta and boulder colorado. We'll learn what happened there but we already know. This pattern is predictable and over and over again. There are steps. We can take to stop these crimes. And you know what the steps aren't. The steps aren't disarming law-abiding citizens every year firearms are used in a defensive capacity. Defend women children families. Roughly a million times a year in the united states and the democrats who want to take away. The guns from those potential victims would create more victims of crimes. Not less. i agree. It's a time for actions and by the way i don't apologize for thoughts or prayers. I will lift up in prayer people who are hurting and i believe in the power prayer and the contempt. Democrats for prayers is an odd sociological thing. But i also agree. Thoughts and prayers alone are not enough. We need action today. Chairman grassley are introducing again grassley. Crews and i would ask senate democrats including some of our newer colleagues who just got here not to participate again in the shameful filibuster that this body engaged in two thousand thirteen. Let's target the bad guys. The felons pulled the turned it on but turn the volume. And that's why you're so anyway. Welcome back so I wanna ask logan some questions about this. And you know what i'm going to ask you. We haven't practiced this right. So how old are you six six. Okay so i want to see a six year old can figure the answer to this question. Okay.

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"boulder" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"boulder" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

"His information with you. Eric is the officer who was Murdered by this man on all other in boulder and there's a gofundme for him Try raise seven hundred fifty thousand dollars off mortgaging their college et cetera. But they're up to four hundred fifty thousand dollars so far for officer tally. And you know the biden administration is doing what they always do. They're hiding the fact that this guy was a A problem i guess is a better than the way to save her tally. The officer was killed was killed by a man who said this is from his social media accounts that have been deleted. Immigrants are good for america. He said that Islam as long as people stop packing his phone. Let him have a normal life He said that the muslims to crushers marks or not so much. The victims of a single shooter their victims phobia so this guy was was a radical in his views. And you know. Here's a post on why he was probably a muslim. And you know so so This man ahmed isa none of the reporting that we're seeing on. It is talking about the fact that he was a radicalized muslim. It's all just talking about gun control and they're using it as a narrative. Try and take.

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"boulder" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"boulder" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"What happened on monday afternoon. Follows a year of demanding work for these employees particularly those employees at the king superstores in boulder because of the tragic events of monday but overall because of the covid nineteen pandemic and that fact is not lost on kim cordova who is president of the united food at bursa workers local seven. Unfortunately she said these workers are going to be traumatized over. The situation is so many are but really acted as heroes as they have been throughout this whole pandemic sin opportunity for us to look for any possible silver lining to look for the positive in this situation as we have become so increasingly hooked into technology. Losing something that is so important to all of us and that is human interaction. perhaps we can all become a little bit more human not only as a result of all the isolation that we've experienced throughout the covid nineteen but as we come together as a community during a time of tragedy to fan the flames of hope to lift each other up. Because you know what i discovered when you give that gift of humanity to someone else when you thank them when you simply say. I appreciate you when you share a laugh together. It doesn't only lift their spirits because what it's one of the greatest gifts and it costs nothing not only that you can give them but to you can give yourself cordova. Went on to say they really care about their community. These employees this boulder in super and their customers and each other and now now they were faced with this tragedy now while the union itself represents about thirty store employees at this Boulder king super location cordova said they hoped to help. All of the staff is needed in the coming days. Cordova said the union won't work with king superstores to get in store counseling for the employees and figure out what other benefits what other assistance. What other resources might be appropriate along those lines. You had the union issuing the.

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"boulder" Discussed on The War on Morons

The War on Morons

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"boulder" Discussed on The War on Morons

"Do you mean by you're wearing this song? And of people what I know that could sound bad serial killer bad. No. No, I am human skin that I'm wearing. I mean I put on my war paint now I'm covered in the Black Flag and Anthem melanated today and I feel I feel the hatred and I feel the oppression, you know from all the people surrounding me all the white supremacists. I understand. How long did you did you put black face on them in my black paint? My legs are covered in my black paint. I'm wearing a wig of an afro, and I've got my fist in the air and holding up my bed and bath. I'm I'm chasing dead Sam since everyone in your life seems to have lost their goddamn eyes. I'll be the first one to say it. What the hell's wrong with you. You are a white man, and you have no place wearing blackface for any reason. No, no, you will not assume you will not assume my gender and you should not assume my commitment to the car because and the reason that we're here at the University and there's a reason that we're here at the University 2004 black lives. And that's because black children like my children would not be allowed to have a future in America wage. And black people like myself are not allowed to go college when we're not allowed to have a house or a bank account where we're not allowed to even learn how to read and you know, wow, it's not true saying none of what you're saying is true black people are allowed to do all of those things and they do off with the Boulder Police Department as they said opposition to us.

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"boulder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"boulder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"A. news radio time five thirty our top story officially hot today Denver set a new record when it hit ninety two degrees this afternoon Seoul hundreds of people were caught on boulder county public health video today all sprawled out along boulder creek they were not social distancing our partners of fox thirty one report the health department is in talks with boulder police about today's situation the health department says the actions put the community of boulder at risk water world has been around for more than forty years this summer is the first time it will be closed as park spokeswoman Joanne Cortez puts electric power without water world that's right the park try to make plans to create a safe environment in this upcoming summer of corona virus but in the end it's not known when large groups of people will be able to gather in a typical summer water world hosts five hundred thousand visitors but not this summer our next updated six I'm Cathy Walker KOAA news radio eight fifty A. M. and nine check on traffic with John Morris both sides of I. seventy much better out there about area around what's worth crashes both eastbound and westbound this afternoon involving cleared the backups are gone your heavy on what's worth as you make your way past fifty second through are valid there and head up what's worth upward of Brookfield are your drive on Sixth Avenue heavy out of downtown what's past federal on westbound Sixth Avenue you're good you're downtown Dr and I. twenty five crowded right around six that crash on westbound I. seventy at Peoria has got your back to back chambers here this afternoon and you're still dealing with that water main break it's got westbound I love shut down between Buckley and chambers fox thirty one pinpoint weather officially our new record ninety two today or tonight fifty five below eighty four tomorrow Sir.

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"boulder" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"boulder" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"That sings ID when I don't think of anxiety as evil which you often think because anxiety is an extension is the fact that you are being intimidated and giving your energy to the bully and in boulder ending the bully and but when you were involved in the body you feel guilty you have given yourself to a darker side darker power and that power now is hungry for you literally hungry the reason why he's hungry because he's the parties the he is the extension over his bully so his body is made another P. is a and the pay is is going to give his life to the bullying giving the tendency in exchange so the you can't live with him and you can't live without him I was very simple her and so if you want to get better you have to do until somebody else what was done to you and somewhere down the line people start dying from it now we go to the mother hello mother you have a child right size my is taken to hospital cons he calmed brief he has to take medicine listen.

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"boulder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"boulder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"That question boulder is enacting a tubing ban on boulder creek this hour hi runoff expected through the weekend the two being banned from boulder falls to the eastern city limits a boulder will be in effect until noon on Monday the dash is on to get where ever you may be going for the fourth of July at de I a security lines are about twenty minutes long the parking at sixty first St Pena is nearing capacity westbound I. seventy traffic into the mountains appears to be heavy all the way to Georgetown K. ways John Morrissey we'll have another update on traffic for us in twelve minutes I castle pines resident who shot and killed a mother bear is getting a misdemeanor ticket for feeding or attracting wildlife the homeowner have been told by Colorado parks wildlife remove bird feeders from the property last week the homeowner shot a sow's it tried to get into his kitchen through an open window the homeowner didn't realize he had killed the mother Beren told news crews were in is coldest act last Friday night to report on the death of the bear Colorado parks wildlife says they are not identifying the man because they believe he shot the scare the bear is paid his ticket and has made a contribution to help care for the two of the cells cubs they were rescued by parks and wildlife jury belt K. away newsradio an aggressive bear in boulder has been put down after charging city of boulder open space employees the bear had been relocated out of East boulder in twenty fifteen and have returned to a location in town wildlife officers say they made the decision to euthanize the bear because of its location and history of aggressive behavior names you know as the June baseball players of the month the Rockies Charlie black man gets the honor for the National League former rocky DJ lemay who wins the American League we haven't spoken yet but DJs mom text be sure to point out that we're both months and months thanks DJ's mom that's Charlie black.

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"boulder" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"boulder" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"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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"boulder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"boulder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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