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"bunkerville" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"bunkerville" Discussed on The How-To Heretic
"No active Mormons will always point out at this point that the United Order was fully voluntary and families under duress to participate. This is bullshit Jan yeah yeah. Brigham young was known for many things but issuing suggestions was not one of them more not really known for voluntary. Do It don't. So. From Eighteen, seventy, four, forward, two hundred or so communities implemented some form of the United Order and every single one of them would eventually fail most with only within only a few years. The town of Orrville. In Central Utah which was founded specifically to practice the United Order gave up on it and eighteen, thousand five. One. Of the names name didn't change. I looked up orrville online and at the two thousand, ten, census, fifty, five residents. Yeah tiny. It's tiny if you drive south on eighty nine to Vegas, you drive right through it. one of the last towns to continue the practice was ironically Bunkerville Nevada. If that name rings a bell. It's because it is the hometown of one cliven Bundy. Right? We talked about backing episode Communist. Super Big Fan of a socialist ideas. Yeah exactly. He's famous only for his disdain of centralized government and the specter of socialism. So, there's that. Now. I'm not going to get into the political differences between socialism and communism except to say that most of the experiments under the United Order tended much closer to communism with property and goods being owned by an undemocratic preoccupied with the equality of outcomes. So. This is not the form of socialism that we would find compatible with democratic societies today. These experiments failed for the same reasons that the Soviet system failed in the nineteen eighty s corruption and mismanagement widespread, and so distrust and resentment eventually led the these communities to give on the United Order even though it contradicted. Brigham wishes so. Not a common thing. Yeah. Yeah. But the fact remains that from its inception to right before being granted statehood the Mormon Church was at least trying to be a communist collective. If that seems somewhat incongruous with with the Mormon. Church has become. That's because it is. The fact that an organization only all the way. But only completely totally yes. Yeah. The fact that an organization that would make Adam Smith. was founded on principles that would make Karl Marx. Proud is not lost on modern mormonism. As, churches desperately tried attempted to be accepted in modern society. This history has proven problematic especially since the main political bogeyman of the twentieth century was communism..
"bunkerville" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Bad company corrupts good morals. And the truth of the matter is this was investigated thoroughly. And a decision has been made. One person is being charged now. What apartment now what's what's what's getting people angry. Is that that all three cops aren't you know, being a CZ subject to those of the electric chair. They shouldn't have to be. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. The grand jury weighed the evidence which trust me had a variety of colors. On that jury. Evidence was looked at testimony was taken and therefore A decision was made that does not give the right to peaceful protesters to burn their cities down. It doesn't give the right to go shoot an innocent cop that had nothing to do with this. It doesn't give the right to black lives matter. Let's call them who they are. The black lives matter Group. To go out and threaten police in Louisville and threatened them that you're going to get ready, too effing die and now one cup is shot. And cities will burn. Maybe even this city. Because there are groups gathering on the boulevard and peaceful protesters will start gathering tonight at Fremont Street at seven PM and the container park But you and I both know That it's after hours 10 o'clock and on that all the Cretan critters come out that air thug criminals that wants loot burn riot. And strike violence. And they don't give two craps about Briana Taylor. You know it, and I know it. They pretend that they care. No, it's just a way for them to burn down V violent Lieut. And riot. I'm opening up the phone lines. I want you to weigh in on the conversation regarding the decision. In the grand jury of Rianna Taylor, what you're seeing unfold right now in cities across the country. Right here in your own city of Las Vegas. 7022575396 is how you way into the conversation. 7022575396. The phone lines are open. Don't tell me this is a peaceful protest because it's not Gun up. People are gonna be straight with you. You better buy a gun. You better go buy a gun Legally, You better learn how to shoot it. You better stock up with ammunition, because, sadly Police are under attack in this country. The left wants to defund and dismantle police talk a lot about what bizarre Bunkerville Seattle is going to do with their Well, peaceful protesters and the only people you can look to for your own safety is well yourself, your family and we have a second Amendment in this country. The second Amendment is meant to protect us. Ah Second Amendment needs to be followed legally. A second Amendment means a whole hell of a lot if you understand what it really means. And you should Take advantage of the rule of law available to you, based on the Constitution of the United States, because right now You are a potential target.
"bunkerville" Discussed on Reveal
"Call so in the following months back at home in utah. Keebler started his own militia. He called it patriots defense force or p._d._f. F was a half dozen or so guys got together mostly to talk about self reliance. Basically they did survival training practice target shooting. They were anti-government. He government peppers. We've talked a lot about going off grid about what to do. When things went sideways keebler even showed people how to raise chickens and rabbits for meat meet then a few months later keebler got a phone call from someone he'd met at bunkerville lavar finicky. He wanted me to basically in his place and give him the support that we gave the bundy's back. Then lavoix finicky was just rancher in arizona and keeler said he was building up to his own bunkerville styles standoff with the m. I can't fully verify what was said in this phone call but i do know that around this time in the late summer of two thousand fifteen finnigan was becoming agitated with the bureau of land management veal a._m. Sarah zero government has said has exclusive legislative power over these lands. He was making that pretty obvious on his youtube page. No none of these bureaucrats crafts do we allow here county none of ever accountable to us emma harvey county. This is the definition of tearing from the way keebler tells the story finicky was not only upset he was looking for a fight and keebler advertises his supposed expertise in military tactics addicts to anyone who'll listen was happy to bring his.
"bunkerville" Discussed on Reveal
"I just went shot in what i've seen because in keebler world everyone's a potential threat and you can't be too careful. He's been burned once already asked him why is even telling me his story yeah. I've been on borrowed time for years. I came here because they wanted to hear keebler side of the bombing and understand how and why things became violent but just a few minutes into the interview. What i'm really wondering is how did the f._b._i. Decide to focus on this guy. Is this old. The man in poor health really the most dangerous person in the patriot movement. If you skip over the special forces his training the computer hacking and martial arts inventing the verifiable part bill keebler story starts in twenty fourteen when he spent about two weeks and bunkerville ville nevada cliven bundy's ranch the family in some militias were facing off with the bureau of land management because the bundy's hadn't paid their grazing being fees and the b. M. had come to collect their cattle. The fact that keebler was there was later used by government prosecutors in court as evidence of his extremism back. Then keebler says he was a member of the oath keepers a militia associated with the patriot movement and by his account at bunny ranch he he was a bodyguard for the family. He claims he's the guy who kept things from descending into violence. Leave north actually stop. A lot of people like them play out their stop. People wanna shoot people. I don't want to rehash bundy ranch but the long short of it is no one fired any shots and the government backed down and after the bundy's cows were released in the agents laughed. Keebler was pumped up on the patriots big win to me. It was one of the biggest events events in this country. This has his history short at boston tea party to several. We're not like that but it was a wakeup. Geico.
"bunkerville" Discussed on Bundyville: The Remnant
"A few minutes into the interview. What I'm really wondering is how did the F._B._I.? Decide to focus on this guy is this old man in poor health really the most dangerous person Patriot movement. If you skip over the special forces training the computer hacking and martial arts inventing the verifiable part of Bill Keebler story starts in two thousand fourteen when he spent about two weeks and Bunkerville Nevada <hes> cliven Bundy's ranch the family in some militias were facing off with the bureau of land management because the Bundy's hadn't paid their grazing fees and the be Elim had come to collect their cattle. The fact that Keebler was there was later later used by government prosecutors in court as evidence of his extremism back then Keebler says he was a member of the oath keepers a.
"bunkerville" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Good morning, I'm John Shafer fifty year old, former police detective in mesquite has pleaded guilty in federal court in Utah in a teenage sex case airy Erickson of bunkerville, avoided trial with us plea on Monday to charge of crossing state lines to engage in illicit sexual conduct Ericsson is expected to face up to five years in prison. He was arrested in September of last year after the parents of a fifteen year old Saint George boy, contacted police about photos, the teen exchanged with Ericsson, former assemblywoman, Vittoria semen was elected to represent ward, two on Las Vegas city council semen received more than thirty nine percent of the votes cast to defeat seven other challengers. They're all vying for a seat the became available after councilman. Steve Arocca resigned in early March previewing, a potentially nasty fight, if they meet in the general election next year, President Trump, and Joe Biden have been trading barbs in Iowa before leaving here for I with the president locked great school insults at Biden, all. Came out, loser, you'll buy is a dummy and later a council bluffs, that nobody respects Biden dot even other Democrats saying where is what happened at nearly the same moment on the other side of Iowa Biden said he was fascinated by all the presidential attention. But by himself had already mentioned the president by name, roughly a dozen times while insisting he was just pointing out policy differences, not mudslinging has totally different than attacking his character or lack thereof that you argued that saga megani at the White House comedian Jon Stewart lashed out at congress over a nine eleven victims fund Stewart was not joking before the House Judiciary committee angry and you should be to Stewart wants to see money never run out for a victim's compensation fund set up after the nine eleven attacks. First responders in their families were there and in front of me. A nearly empty congress. Stuart says in shameful embarrassment to the country, and it is a stain on this institution. Louisiana republican. Mike Johnson told Stewart not to worry if it isn't a comfort to you. All we know this Bill is going to pass the overwhelming landslide majority of the house. John Stewart was unconvinced asking why this process is hard and take so long and Donohue, Washington. A north Las Vegas company has already booked for trips to the international space station. Bigelow aerospace owner Robert Bigelow paid SpaceX millions of dollars earlier this year Bigalow already has a presence at the ISS it spacecraft. The beam is docked there.
"bunkerville" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"D. W N. Good morning. I'm John Shafer a fifty year old former police detective in mesquite has pleaded guilty in federal court in Utah in eighteen sex case Gary Erickson of bunkerville, avoided trial with his plea on Monday to a charge of crossing state lines to engage in illicit sexual conduct Ericsson is expected to face up to five years in prison. He was arrested in September of last year after the parents of a fifteen year old Saint George boy, contacted police about photos. The team had been exchanging with Ericsson, former assemblywoman Victoria, semen was elected to represent ward to unlock Vegas city council semen received more than thirty nine percent of the votes cast to defeat seven other challengers, all vying for the seat became available after councilman Steve sirocco resigned in early March previewing, potentially nasty fight, if they meet in the general election next year, President Trump, and Joe Biden have been trading barbs in Iowa before leaving here for I with the president lobbed grade school insults at Biden calling him a Lou. User, you'll buy is a dummy and later in council bluffs, that nobody respects by dot even other Democrats. This is what happened at nearly the same moment on the other side of Iowa Biden said he was fascinated by all the presidential attention. But bided himself had already mentioned, the president by name, roughly a dozen times while insisting he was just pointing out policy differences, not mudslinging as totally different than attacking his character or lack thereof. If you aren't that saga megani at the White House. A pilot has been critically burned after the crash of a small plane in north Phoenix, Phoenix fire department crews were dispatched to the scene about three Tuesday afternoon after the single engine Mooney m twenty crashed on the side of a road and burst into flames. The party say the fifty year old pilot was the only person aboard suffered second and third degree burns that plane was headed to Nevada. The former Stanford sailing coach said to be sentenced today for taking bribes in exchange for helping students. Get into the universe. Versity prosecutors are seeking thirteen.
"bunkerville" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"K. D WFAN. Good morning. I'm John Shafer fifty year old former police detective in mosquitoes pleaded guilty in federal court in Utah in a teenage sex case Gary Erickson of bunkerville, avoided trial with us plea on Monday to charge of crossing state lines to engage in illicit sexual conduct Ericsson is expected to face up to five years in prison. He was arrested in September of last year after the parents of a fifteen year old Saint George boy, contacted police about photos. The team had been exchanging with Ericsson to eighteen year olds pleaded not guilty to robbery and murder charges in the shooting death of a sixty year old laws Vegas woman who police say arrived home with her husband to find the teens burglarizing their house Kamari college and Tyron mullet remain jailed without bail pending. Another court appearance, July, twenty fourth Mexico's beginning deployment of its new national guard for immigration enforcement. The six thousand strong force as part of an agreement with the US to head off threatened American tariffs on Mexican imports. Mexican officials say guard members deployed near Mexico's southern border with Guatemala will register migrants offer them options for regularizing their immigration status in return, those who don't want to register. Another deployment is going to the border with the United States to attend to migrants who have been returned to Mexico while their asylum. Claims are processed in US courts, I'm Mike Kemp. And former assemblywoman Victoria semen was elected to represent war to on Las Vegas city council semen received more than thirty nine percent of the votes cast to defeat seven other challengers, all vying for a seep it became available after councilman. Steve sirocco resigned in early March. Usually Jon Stewart uses strong words to move people to laughter, but during an appearance on Capitol Hill yesterday, Stewart used strong words in an effort to move congress to shame the comedian scolded lawmakers for failing to make sure there would always be money for a fund set up to help nine eleven responders who have been sick and behind me. Filled room nine eleven first responders. And in front of me. A nearly empty congress. Sick and dying brought themselves down here speak. No one. Shameful? Embarrassment to the country. And it is a stain on this institution. Stewart has been a staunch advocate for nine eleven responders and speaking to the House Judiciary committee Stewart's that it was an embarrassment to the country that few lawmakers were there to hear from sick and dying first responders on their families. Bombmakers from both parties said they support the Bill and we're monitoring the hearing amid other congressional business.
"bunkerville" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Of the votes cast to defeat seven other challengers, all vying for the seat that became available after councilman Steve Arocca resigned in early March, a fifty year old former police detective in mesquite has pleaded guilty in federal court in Utah, in teenage sex case Gary Erickson of bunkerville, avoided trial with his plea on Monday to charge of crossing state lines to engage in illicit sexual conduct Ericsson is expected to face up to five years in prison was arrested in September of last year after the parents of fifteen year old Saint George voi- contacted police about photos, the team had been exchanging with Ericsson previewing, potentially nasty fight, if they meet in the general election next year, President Trump, and Joe Biden have been trading barbs in Iowa before leaving here for the president lobbed. Great school insults at Biden. Calling him a loser? You'll buy a dummy at later council bluffs, that nobody respects by dot even other Democrats saying where is he what happened at nearly the same moment on the other side of I will fight and said he was fascinated by all the presidential attention. But bided himself had already mentioned, the president by name, roughly a dozen times while insisting he was just pointing out policy differences, not mudslinging totally different than attacking his character or lack thereof. If you aren't saga megani at the White House Mexico's beginning deployment of its new national guard for immigration enforcement. The six thousand strong force as part of an agreement with the US to head off threatened American tariffs on Mexican imports. Mexican officials say guard members deployed near Mexico's southern border with Guatemala will register migrants offer them options for regularizing their immigration status in return, those who don't want to register. Another employment is going to the border with the United States to attend to migrants who have been returned to Mexico while their asylum. Claims are processed in US courts, I'm Mike Kemp a chillers temporary cooling stations are opening during daytime hours in the Las.
"bunkerville" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Two hundred twenty one dollars. Now my favorite player growing up. Dave Winfield not Winfield. One one left is from the homerun era. And then one is from an old timer. We'd none of us saw him play. No one saw him play. In fact. All games were played in private. It was one of those things like with the bills, don't let the media watch his team did not let the media watch. Are these guys like big time like do they well into the top ten fifteen home run guys. Yes. Where's Manny Ramirez? Manny Ramirez, right. Okay. All right. Good. Nice job. All right. And the other one old timer. Hall of Famer while you wanna can you give us a hint? Did not just do that, while Jimmy timely me FOX. Right. Right. Gaffey up good job, anytime. It's like a really old guy just just guest Jimmie Foxx. Member. Tough room. Very good. Yoursel. Welcome guys know bunkerville. You feel about Tom terrific being taken by Tom Brady is a nickname home on what do you need it for right? What we're talking about a trademark. Yeah. Okay. So tell me, I honestly, like I've seen some stuff come across my timeline today. What is what's the story? He's applied for a trademark of the name Thom, terrific. And apparently Tom Seaver never trademarked it. So, you know, he wants he wants that for marketing purposes to put it on visors. I don't know what the hell he wants to do with it, but he wants it. And so, like, why would you how how well do you have to have it? If you're Tom Brady like you have to have this. We can't can't you just. You're Tom Brady. And you just this. And then there becomes this hubbub about it because of Tom Seaver. Don't you just go a hey me my bed? I didn't realize I didn't know Tom Seaver head that I'm cool. I'll do something else for mess NY Mets fans that are upset about Tom Brady attempting to trademark. Tom terrific have planned a rally for Wednesday where they will throw Brady memorabilia into. Garbage bags filled with beans. I like it. Sweet. Where the last line is just a game changer like that filled with beans at the end of that. That's where that ends being the significance of the beans. Exactly. Being Boston Beantown that. Okay. All right. Maybe not. Maybe it's just they had a lot of beans. Cool beans, still something like that. I said. Wow knows. Well, it is something here. Here's my ask, because you just said beans, and today, you guys might even have sound of this, actually. Joe can find it. I walk up Mitch. Moore says doing like a little media, scrum. I'm done with Colby's Lee, and we all see some people with Mitch Morris and he's already been talking probably for about two minutes. I'm like, all right, better get over there, because he's probably answered some questions, I'm gonna want to react to them. So I walked over there, and I literally said to him, he mentioned, I'm really sorry. I just walked over here. And he goes cool beans. Parallel question. He was already asked about which was his injury, obviously. But I just washed over here. I'm really sorry. I'm gonna react. That's cool beans. He said Boomer Esiason on Tom Brady attempting to trademark Tom terrific. I am disgusted. Just feel sleep. Oh man. Disgusted is very strong. Like by that. Wow. That's wrong remarks. All right. So thanks again. All right. Guys have cell Kabbage on the western hotline his appearance on the station. Sponsored by New York's only outlet liquor when you need to stock up. It's the place to buy a case. What's your outlet? Have you ever heard anyone? Call Tom Brady. Tom terrific new like in a broadcast or something, or just no verge you have to hang out. But I've just never even heard him call that. No me either. Which makes the whole thing all the more odd to me. Keith olbermann. This says something boomer with whom I have never agreed is right about this. Why do people have to tell like they just can't let you can't just agree with you? I just want you to know I don't agree with you very often. But this time I do they're so interested in you that they have to put it like that. I'm Tom terrific. Just go like, but totally Tom great. Totally. Some mouse, whatever you wanted to be alliterative. Glad tease word yet. Wrong with you. Honky tonk in Tom. Okay, another Steelers do something. Honesty. What money is he worth? He could hire someone pay a million dollars. Come up with a better thing than Tom terrific. Here's a million dollars. You're fired. Thanks. What are you doing?.
"bunkerville" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"They make me. But your mother didn't make you a sandwich. That's sad. Maybe overnight. Still it's their job to make you get you a sandwich. If I had a kid, I I guess I'd have to make sure they had a sandwich or maybe. Yeah. Why make sure my? Yeah. Well, thank you for that. Appreciate it. Timmy. Thanks bye. Yeah. You too. That's kind of sad. Jimmy's. Mom, didn't give them lunch money, and then give him a sandwich or anything. What's the standards the standard bring their lunch from home? It's a sandwich sandwich. Maybe too, right? It would probably be baloney, right? We wouldn't get ham very much peanut butter and jelly. Or baloney? Only sounds was big at my house. Good love baloney sandwiches. With mustard. In high school. Cafeteria. I love the cafeteria in high school. I hated high school love the cafeteria just love lunch. And they had. Kinds of sandwiches. But the main one was Hanan pickle pickle sandwiches. I would love those sandwiches. Just magical taste hammer. Pickle sandwich. And we ended lady the whole deal, you get your tray, the tray von Hammond pickled sandwich and milk. Or three and pickle sandwiches. And have you ever had a ham sandwich? It's not like a slice of ham is ground up. Like the ham might have been span. I don't know. Ground up. Male and pickles. And it wasn't on a bunkerville was just wanted to bread or something. In Spaulding, high school cafeteria. I worked. I got I got a job in the. Supply room the cafeteria they'd get a bunch of big cans. Number ten cans of stuff like peaches. And I remember where I worked actually this kid got me a job. And he ended up getting a fight with a kid. I don't like fighting or anything. But somehow fight happened fight happened. There was a fight. And I was in it in the supply room of the cafeteria. With these big boxes. Big cans all over the place. And as far as hot lunch went in in grade school. I remember most of the time. What I remember? Anyway was American chop. Suey? Good hotlines was kind of a luxury. I remember I lived right across the street for a while. I was going home. I could walk right across the street know, three two minute walk and get soup and a sandwich. So we did that for a while. Also, my mother was a teacher. So she was. She's not gonna. Not letting any food let's checkup on sullying Glasgow. How're you doing? Sally. Hi. Can you hear me, Bradley? Yep. Is a consulting. All right. I'm having a little time here in new okay? I won't I wanted to try made about the school lunch program. Yes. I grew up in Essex Massachusetts, and it was a pretty affluent family. My mother and father, and I always had plenty always had plenty of money by me to milks in to ice creams. Every day. But when I was in elementary school. They had this class called home economics which taught kids how to run home like a June cleaver. And what they did was with the kids families that couldn't afford lunch. During the lunch period. You know, it was forty three minutes. Same as a math class or social studies class or whatever. Mcandrew bring him stuff from home, and they would make their own lunch in the home that can learn how to run the stove the dishwasher. Well, Jay Schwartz. World over Washington's wash dishes by hand. Does was. Their favorite class in school. Brennan. Donations and the kids were ashamed. They would learning how to cook. We're going to be self sufficient. Again. Sometimes I'd go there. I'd take my lunch money and buy lunch. Hot lunch in the cafeteria, really. So I just throw that out for food so far. Well, I appreciate that. That's kinda cool in my high school. That was also a home economics department, and it was kind of freaky because it was like a they built the school. I think in nineteen way back in nineteen forty three and back in the day. It was important to have a state of the art home economics centre. So they had it was like a home that a kitchen and the whole thing right weird. And what they did was the ethics element school system. You know, want to be shipped out to go to high school age gloss high school, and that's where I reside. Now in Gloucester originally for mastic forty five years, I'm in my sixties now, but those kids. Mine was back then was thirty five sets of day. Thirty five cents a day. And not to be derogatory. It'd be charged about these people that can't afford kids. I mean, these kids whose mothers and fathers having these kitchen say they came afford to buy lunch around E K. I don't know. Good question. Yeah. I mean, it does that factor into the equation. I don't know. Sully. Thanks a lot, man. All right. So calm economics for the poor kids. They learn how to cook. And I get to eat what they make good idea. Good idea. They care. Thank you very much. We turn. Yeah. Thank you. For your time. A group. Sully grew up in Essex of Whitman's, right? Woodman's clam place. I moved to Gloucester. I wonder what it's like living in Gloucester. I'm I'm curious about that is it is Gloucester report town is working man town is it a blue collar town. Seafaring town, or is that our people out of work in Gloucester? What's going on in Gloucester? Hello gloucester. Six seven two five four ten threes. WBZ I wanted to ask him. Another question too. Because I want to throw this into the mix. Everybody has everybody's gotten fired once right? Everybody. Can we this story when you got fired? Even if it was when you were a kid, what were you doing and? And why does he get fired in? How did it? Go down. Tell it in some details for some reason distract me last night. I was watching TV somebody was getting fired. I realized whoa. Everyone has getting fired starring I'd love to hear them. It's okay. It's not a shameful thing. If you're if you're embarrassed you can use a fake name. Tell me the story of the time you get fired. I'll tell you can talk and talk to me about shame. Shame valuable tool for bringing up a kid or whether that's more harmful than it helps. As far as getting fired. My first job was raking blueberries told you about this. And I I just I wasn't very good at it. I also hated it was really hot hot hot hot. And rubes. Boop. The blueberries day, we didn't take them there were low Bush, and you use a blueberry rake. I was. Not good at it. And when rake blueberries, I guess when you pick them too. They used to have to winnow them. Do you know what winning is? You've heard the phrase win win out the bad, the badness, the bad guy, the bad girl winnow out. It means to sort of get rid of the bad part of something to keep the good part. They had winnowing machines. And when winnowing machine for blueberries is. I motor with a conveyor belts on an angle. And there is a. Fan blowing on the conveyor belt. Up the hill fans going up the hill when you pour the blueberries you picked on the on the winnowing machine. The blueberries roll down the conveyor belt. Variables going up at the blueberries roll down and. There's a fan blowing on it. So the sticks and the leaves and stuff they blow out so only the the various remain the problem with the blueberries I would produce mushy because I was I didn't rate them correctly. And they would yell at me all the time. We can't use these blueberries for regular sales. We have to sell them to table talk for pies because it's mushy, and I guess you don't get the same amount. So finally. I got fired this okay, though. I was so glad and maybe I'm sure that had to do with. Why couldn't really do a very good job? I didn't care. I wanted to get fired. I hated it. And that was my first job. I thought this is what work is going to be like, this is work. Really, this is it the rest of my life. I'm gonna this is what is in store for me. I was pretty bummed out. Another reason I didn't like it was paid four cents a pound and a basket was twenty pounds. So what's that? Four cents a pound twenty that's eighty cents, but it took forever to rake a basket if you've got a soda from the company store, it was twenty five cents. You have to rake like seven pounds blue is just to break even on a soda. It was a bad thing. I wonder if anyone that used to work there or any of the owners are the owners kids listening because sometimes that happens. So I got fired from that one. The fruit picking job. I'm just not that guy. I'm not that guy. I am. So glad there are people that pick grapes in California. So I don't have to. The other thing was picking apples. To get up really early in the morning in the fall is freezing. And wet damp trees, and you go up on a ladder and. Close get wet and cold. This wasn't down with it. I thought I'm never going to be any good at anything. I don't like this. I I had to get all the apples even hard to get ones. I don't know how they got the hard to get was they put the latter are way out in the brands and clam up just to get that one. Apple. So I did my brother, and I did what I guess. I hope other people did the for the difficult ones. We throw other apples at it's trying to knock it off. And then put it in the basket, but the buy saw us doing that. And said, you gotta hear kids. Go home. My brother, and I were both Don fired. And after that, I really didn't get fired. Except one other time in all these years. I can remember is that was the talk show host. My first talk show jabbed down it down. Oh god. W S A R in Somerset Massachusetts, which is on the border this time. I Fall River and the border with Rhode Island. And. There was a. Those rule. You can't talk about Israel that that was ridiculous. I was driving all the way down there. It was an hour each way. And it was not fun having route forty four. I didn't. I actually hated the drive in hated doing the show. But. Something I had to do to get practice and get skills. So I did it was doing it during nine nine eleven. And they said, you can't talk about Israel, which is ridiculous ridiculous. So of course, at some point I talked about Israel anyway. And I got fired. And then you know, who my boss was Todd. He was a talk show host for busy for a while. He was my boss, and then he got fired. Oh, so happy to get fired. Because my work I would not allow me to quit. But. I was glad to be done. It's WBZ. Talk to you..
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"They do what they say. They're gonna do these. They govern to keep their word. You know? It's important, and I see the Republican party like coke blend and vote for. Or Republican expect to get a Brian. Hold that thought, Robb. We're going to go to a break pay some bills we come back. We'll we'll we'll finish up right there. My name is Pakistan. This is America today. The death toll is risen from northern California's big wildfire. And so is the number of people reported missing authorities now say more than six hundred or missing here's correspondent Scott McLean in paradise. The reason is because there are six hundred thirty one people now reported missing that number is twice as big as it was yesterday. And the reason is because the thorns are now going back through nine one one call logs in police reports that were filed in the frantic early hours of is to try to find any names that were missed the so-called campfire is now forty five percent contained. The White House says it will follow a judge's order and reinstate access to CNN reporter Jim Acosta. A lawsuit is pending alleging the White House violated his first and fifth amendment rights. A strong wintry storm is still dumping snow in parts of the northeast causing traffic problems and claiming at least eight lives that storm also caused widespread power outages. The Dow down just a few points. Here's Mitch Kelly from the one zero one five AM seven twenty AM K, dawn one Nevada credit union traffic center. Fifteen northbound in the area bunkerville, due to a bad wreck that occurred at mile marker one eleven just before four this morning traffic still being stopped on northbound. Quick reminder fifteen south closing this.
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"Good morning. I'm John Shafer north Las Vegas. Police shot and killed a motorist shortly before eleven Wednesday during a traffic stop near Eastlake meat and snap street. The mandate ignored police commands, then drove his truck toward the officers. That's when they opened fire. The truck did hit one of the officers slightly injuring him. A rancher son now campaigning as an independent for Nevada. Governor filed a lawsuit Wednesday against current and former US government officials is alleging malicious prosecution after a two thousand fourteen armed standoff with federal land agents Brian Bundy, and his father cliven said prosecutors tried to wrongfully convict them for peacefully stopping around up of Bundy cattle by USA thirties from federal land near the family ranch in bunkerville charges were dismissed in January against most defendants by a federal judge here in Las Vegas who found intentional and willful prosecutorial misconduct. Missouri today Florida yesterday, President Trump is crisscrossing the country to support GOP candidates in the final days before. For the midterm elections. He's been hammering Democrats on too hot button issues, high taxes and high crime vote for the Democrats vote for the Democrats blaming the opposing party for the caravan heading toward the US from Central America. A lot of rough people in those caravans they are not angels. The president also blasted the media for its coverage of his visit to the grieving city of Pittsburgh after the synagogue massacre far-left media once again is tragedy. So he's trying to expand the Republicans fifty one forty nine majority in the Senate and hoping to prevent Democrats from winning the roughly two dozen house seats, they would need to regain control. I'm Jacky Quin. President. Trump's eldest son will be campaigning across Nevada on Friday for Republican candidates. Donald Trump junior and his girlfriend former Fox News personality. Kimberly Guilfoil are scheduled to rally with GOP Senator dean Heller and Adam lack salt in Carson city in the morning, the younger Trump and Kilfoyle will then rally with lack salt and GOP candidate for Nevada's fourth. Congressional district press hardy in parameter no end the night here in Las Vegas at a rally with Danny Tarquini burkini arcane is running in Nevada's third congressional district. Hundreds of Google employees walked off the job today to protest the company's treatment of women. The protest is Bill walkout for real change. And we'll focus on the internet companies lenient treatment of executives accused of sexual misconduct. It follows the New York Times story last week that said Android software creator. Her Andy Rubin. Received a one thousand nine hundred million dollars severance package in two thousand fourteen even though Google concluded the sexual misconduct allegations against him were credible. Ruben says the story is inaccurate ended is the allegations. I'm Mike Kemp with a check on our weather. Here's news threes. Kelly Curran, we're looking at mainly sunny skies across the area today, a little bit warmer with seventy six degrees north that.
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"Good morning. John Shafer north Las Vegas. Police shot and killed a motorist shortly before eleven Wednesday morning during a traffic stop ner Eastlake meat and stat street demanded ignored police commands than drove his truck toward the officers. That's when they opened fire. The drug did hit one of the officers slightly injuring him. A rancher son now campaigning as an independent for Nevada. Governor filed a lawsuit Wednesday against current and former US government officials alleging malicious prosecution after twenty fourteen armed standoff with federal land agents Brian Bundy, and his father cliven said prosecutors tried to wrongfully convict them for peacefully stopping a up of Bundy cattle by USA Faris from federal land near the family ranch and bunkerville charges were dismissed in January against most defendants by federal judge in Las Vegas who found intentional and willful prosecutorial misconduct. Hundreds of Google employees are expected to walk off the job later today to protest the company's treatment of women the. Protest is Bill walkout for real change. And we'll focus on the internet companies lenient treatment of executives accused of sexual misconduct. It follows the New York Times story last week that said Android software creator, Andy Rubin. Received a nineteen million dollars severance package in two thousand fourteen even though Google concluded the sexual misconduct allegations against him were credible. Ruben says the story is inaccurate. And today is the allegations. I'm Mike Kemp it today. It's missouri. Yesterday was Florida as President Trump criss crosses the country to support GOP candidate in the final days before the midterm elections. He's been hammering Democrats on too hot button issues, high taxes and high crime vote for the Democrats vote. Blaming the opposing party for the caravan heading toward the US from Central America. A lot of rough people in those caravans not angels. The president also blasted the media for its coverage of his visit to the grieving city of Pittsburgh after the synagogue massacre far left media once again us tragedy too. So. He's trying to expand the Republicans fifty one forty nine majority in the Senate and hoping to prevent Democrats from winning the roughly two dozen how seats they would need to regain control. I'm Jackie Quinn. And the president's eldest son will be campaigning across Nevada on Friday for Republican candidates. Donald Trump junior and his girlfriend former Fox News personality. Kimberly Guilfoil are scheduled rally with GOP Senator dean Heller and Adam lack salt in Carson city in the morning, younger Trump and Kilfoyle will then rally with lack salt N GOP candidate for Nevada's fourth congressional district president hardy imperative they'll end the night in Las Vegas at a rally with Danny tar Canaan for Acadian running in Nevada's third congressional district on Wall Street. The Dow starts today at twenty five thousand one fifteen with a check on our weather. Here's news threes. Kelly Curran, we're looking at mainly sunny skies across the area today, a little bit warmer with a high of seventy six degrees north that..
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"And I wanted to mention something before we get started because this was so just insane to me after all of you that that that were, sort of following as. I've. Talked about over the, last several years the Bundy. Case berry interesting you, know when they I went to. Trial from the bunkerville but that was when the FBI. Came in and, they were trying to take, all of the bundy's cows, okay and the government was was doing this. In Nevada and they saw the FBI pushing people to the ground and, they they, saw, them all tacked up and ready to shoot at these protesters, who by the way weren't even armed they were they were just on some of them on horseback on just standing there to protect the cows from, the agents trying to come in, and take them and they were killing them and the. Cows they were doing all kinds of stuff and so people started. Coming from other states and they started coming in to, try and help. This family just like anyone would right that's a good American hearted American well that ended up in trial and the bundy's one and they won they won because they actually went to court and proved that the, agents involved that the. State. That the b. m. Bail there was so much collusion so much lying that even though the state wins. Ninety seven percent of their cases they, absolutely one hundred percent lost this case and with prejudice which makes it even worse for the state that. They. That they they actually prevailed okay because there was, so much lying in collusion going on well I just wanted to, know that when they went back to the same judge the government went back to the same, judge on our, tax time. Yeah just remember that they went back to the judge the judge and they wanted her to reopen they wanted her to to redo it and she, said no okay now she is she's scum in my I can't this woman is. So bought and sold and I did I do think she got a lot of political pressure on this on this case and. She's. Been ruthless on the other people. That, came from other states just to help out the dispatch but on. This particular case she said no so now they're going over her head to go back to ninth circuit court to Get it reopened again again can you believe this and, this is as bad as somebody coming fourth in a murder case and and and proving that the DNA didn't match or that, they couldn't have. Been. There in a million years and the reopening trying to. Reopen, and go after it again even though they already know that's about as bad as that because they have already been proven to lie collude there. Was, so much proof about lying and collusion you couldn't ignore it I mean there was no way. That trial could have gone any other. Way but but, the, way. It went where. The bundy's prevailed because there was. So much of it that they couldn't refute it and. So they were one of the three percent cases that actually win and they're going, after it again that's how ruthless and and nauseating this this judicial system we have while others that we. Are very high profile people, are walking, around. And don't even lose their position or their credentials I mean give me a break This is just insanity going after the American farmer the American rancher like this nothing makes me more upset. That's just what really frustrates me is a vindictiveness prosecutors certain prosecutors will not get that role and. They, cannot lose consider themselves God when I, go after somebody yes they will go after them and I've seen them, I've seen them hide evidence manipulated evidence failure to give discovery to the. Defense all, kinds of this stuff Purposely frame somebody just so they can't lose yes hi collar, welcome show go right ahead True Stops. Here All the time Always stops We should Fired immediately if, he could Oh The president who's, doing Twenty one we know. Gender Twenty-one Ringling high-priority I don't understand though how you're saying. The president's doing this this is the prosecutor is going to. The ninth circuit court We don't Okay. Yeah okay just. A second Just No we don't know what's going to happen at the ninth. Circuit, now if the ninth circuit says yes to this, then, okay I'll follow your line of. Reasoning they haven't said yes to it, yet but. The but what my point was was that the prosecutors actually have the gumption to even. Try that's what was so insane to me is they're actually going to try to do this after losing so. Badly but let's see what the ninth circuit. Does then if the nine circuit, says, yes Bulk of, ninth Prosecutors are. Doing, off automatically okay. Free right now and it was the case ended up where. The bundy's prevail that's. What I'm saying so that went in there and. That, was good now let's. See what happens. So let's see let's. See what happens and then I'll have a problem because, in this case I was president or Aw Would have been fired a long time. Ago agenda twenty. One Breath People need to realize Who's, behind the prosecution well I don't, know if even Ron Paul could accomplish all of, that in one year but maybe I don't know. That I'm gonna guess no.
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"L. like freetalklive that'll save. You the fifteen percent. There as we. Continue we've been talking about democratic socialism in. America I wanna get into. This it's actually just one sentence about their philosophy from their groups, constitution and we'll get into. That but first we've got JT k. on the line in Nevada on, Skype go. Ahead JT k. Hi guys I'm calling about the recent conviction in the, Bundy trials sentencing actually Is this? From the. Malheur federal wildlife refuge occupation or we talking about way back from Bundy standoff since ranch or we're talking about the bunkerville standoff now. I know there was a first year. Of defendants where two. Defendants were convicted of felonies the rest were acquitted and went free in the second round we saw the bundys on trial and the entire process. Blew up because it was shown. That the prosecution had hidden, exculpatory evidence from the defendants that should be a prison offense, if any prosecutor in America the land, of the free, and, the, home of the brave, if, any of them. Ever hides sculpture Tori as evidence Wham bam ten, years in prison mandatory I don't care Yeah You, no it's never going to happen because that's not the way the government. Works people stop. Thinking the Justice system is just please go. Ahead so when this came, out of, course the entire trial blew up and they had to let everybody. Go and there was also a third tier prisoners awaiting, trial and they were all they were all. Dropped all charges dropped with prejudice because it was shown that the state had withheld exculpatory, evidence but we still have two people who had already been convicted in the first round of the. Trial one of them tied angle was sentenced on Thursday to fourteen. Years there's this is outrageous for two different. Reasons, one of. Course They weren't they weren't able to take. Care they weren't able to take advantage of the scullery evidence in. Their trials and you didn't get a fair. Trial, that's not Get, the notion. Of a fair trial if he. Takes this on appeal in any way shape or form he should be, able to to come back from it. Then again Thing about. Russell Br Second. Half of the tragedy here's the second half of the travesty after when he was when he? Was, sentenced the state no I'm sorry, when he was convicted he was the jury was hung on a number on a number. Of. More serious offenses okay on, the most serious offenses the jury. Was hung on him so he made a deal, for the. Prosecution said we will we will drop all of the more extensive charges if you agree not, to appeal the two. You've, already been convicted wow Burston the other guy was convicted. Got like seventy years so under, that kind of pressure Totta angle. Agreed, to that deal now what hit so that's outrageous. In and of, itself but on Thursday they actually used when they were when the judge was explaining. Her deliberations in house she came to. The fourteen year sentence she used, the Drop charges against him as if. They were true Is she she used the drop charges against him for He had been, charged with conspiracy to commend, offense, against the United? States and he and he said well? How can, you, can you put that in. The deliberations she said well. Some people thought you did some people thought you didn't I think you did Jeez evidence be damned additionally they? Threw in, through, in a burglary conviction had. From age seventeen thirty three. Years ago as if What happened in bunkerville So. That's how it's. Done just a travesty the man deserves to walk free just like. All the other defendants but because he was convicted before Jerry's were told. Of the government's misconduct He's going to go to prison for. Fourteen years can you outline that misconduct and you know one short minute Oh the misconduct well for instance the they the yes before. The first trial the prosecutor whose name is Myra fired, the lead investigator because lead investigator whose name is Larry Wooten was saying what was telling people, in the prosecution, the, FBI we have not turned over all the exculpatory evidence to. The defense and they said they fired, him you're you're off the case and..