18 Burst results for "Colorado Colorado Springs"
"colorado colorado springs" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Hadn't all been together in one spot since Ryan Dunn died you know and this was like a fairy fucking significant thing and we we did that in La I told the guys. Like this billboard truck that like the ones that drive around Las Vegas and I made a billboard for the actual comedy special itself even though I haven't taped yet I got the billboard for the fucking comedy special and there's a big space we're gonNA duct tape me to it and I want you guys to do the tape tape made the side of this fucking billboard truck do whatever the fuck you want I don't care just you know you have absolute open season on me, and then once you get done taping me this fucking trump is going to drive down the God damn highway. You, know I love it. Fun Going I. Wasn't. full-on and and. Under. The tape we had harnessed, but that was in like you know. Transparent and the you know you see it. And so Naro. KNOXVILLE. Baseball's at me while I was taped to this. fucking funny. Baseball's at me so What. I would say. So so like. Like horrifying. Horrifying. If like I mean dude, it sound a couple, do not nothing but a diaper. and. So we knew that we knew that thing getting out of La that like just going to be a bus traitor they're gonna what we did was like when I got, they got done taping made the truck mounted a fun box over me. There's looks like almost like a like a coffin stuck to the mounted over me. So I was every bit duck, taped the truck, but but the box to get out of La, and then once we got to fuck what's the town before Bar Sto We fucking unscrewed the box just. Flying on the fucking highway I duNNo. If we want a hundred miles an hour but is whatever you know and I we went all the way to. Vegas. Once, the sun came down and then we'd wrapped for the day and We picked it up with the sun coming up in. Colorado Colorado Springs and every. Piece. Shooting Colorado I've the GOTHIC theatre. Great Place Yeah, and so do so symbolic to have like the whole jackass game because when I got into stand up, it was the art like mean to me, but it was like Oh. Yes stand up. No Fuck it did I. Actually want to start doing standup. It was Ryan Dunn who is the most supportive? You know he's like gone. Off My band was. They weren't like. The guys who are supportive I don't think be realized. That means the world to means the world means that everyone else I come onto right means the world and there is there is a little bit I'm going to stay anybody was like a Dick to me. You serious though Inside how long is he gonNa do this. Do this what's next but by the time we film that opening statements from my new special the name of it is gnarly like it was this. I'm like emotional about it. You know you've got the whole gang. Of everyone of us together for the first time to like symbolically taped me this truck and like send me off God cycle. Goosebumps for sure. This is the symbolism of that. You know all the guys come together to support and send me off to the theater to really fucking launch another. They see the success you've had in stand up I'm sure they're all about it now and not only did they send me off to the theater but the fucking guys flew out for the the show itself intermittently came out throughout the show and did over the top stunts on the stage as well. I bet the fans went. Yeah. We had. KNOXVILLE didn't go after the actual live show. He was there the opening sequence. Bam. WAS IN REHAB And I am ready out how how doing by the way. I mean. Not Good. Hard. Youth..
"colorado colorado springs" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Story this case started back in mid November Colorado springs police showed up at the daycare center after receiving complaints that it was housing too many children for what is license said now what they found when they got there was far more disturbing on November thirteenth Colorado springs officers pulled up to this home owned by fifty eight year old Carla faith they were conducting a welfare check on children she was supposed to be taking care of at her daycare play mountain place when officers first ride they say they found no children and that faith refused to cooperate but then they heard children's voices and after investigating found a false wall inside the building behind it a basement with two adults and twenty six children all under three years old according to the rest affidavits officers reported finding most of the children sweating visibly dehydrated with wet or soiled diapers saying don't take me a little house don't make takes a lot don't put me downstairs CBS affiliate station KKTV spoke to parents of children in face care after the facility was shut down in November we all feel completely free trade it's so hard to trust your children with people and we felt like we could really trust the police arrested Carla faith Christine is water Caitlyn Nelson and Valerie fresco as for child abuse face water and Nelson were also charged with felonies for other crimes related to the case but the consequences extended beyond the daycare faith also ran a preschool nearby when police close did nearly two dozen teachers lost their jobs we weren't actually associated with anything going on a mountain and that's the hardest part was we're getting punished I didn't even get to say goodbye the most thanks actually owned for childcare facilities in all of Colorado Colorado springs all of them have been shut down the Colorado department of Human Services says she previously ran childcare facilities in California that were shut down for similar reasons now parents who left their children in her care have now filed a lawsuit claiming breach of duty of care it seems unbelievable that this could happen in one state and now here and now and it should be able to get licensed again it was so strange the police showed up after reports that there were too many children there and she initially told them that there were no kids in the building and the cheese at all they're all playing in a park but they took the initiative when inside investigate and this is what they felt like that one and said that's the hardest part is trusting your children with someone out really is that is CBS news correspondent don Dahler reporting W. W. J. new stock just had a four fifty five W..
"colorado colorado springs" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast
"F._b._i. Negotiator but the all apply so anyway he talks about you know knowing your number and then working back jack and so when i'm going to do that the first offer maybe i go five thousand then the next offer i go like twenty five hundred and then the next offers only a thousand so they know it's not going very far until my final number that i already knew right so that's how i did it every week. I was just like you have a one bedroom house. This is colorado springs. Nobody wants that. They're all went through bedroom plus so no one is coming to this house so i was just like i'm gonna just keep putting in a weekly we offer until this guy bites and he did and then we got it for super cheap so yeah. It's it's just like really knowing what you're dealing with. Why did you put in such <music> offer for that house to begin with just because you didn't really need it or just because you thought that's where the numbers work or that's where the market should be <hes> uh-huh yeah. I didn't really need it. I mean you never really need it right but i wanted it and it was the kind of house that like we saw eleven one day. We went on a just like let's go see where colorado colorado springs is about and i went with an investor friend and it was the one that likes sparkled. I don't know how to explain it but you get like an intuition about it and so i saw it twice on that trip and then i just couldn't stop talking about it and so you know flirting with it on red fin like you do late at night but i just thought okay i got to figure it out so i found found the money and then figured out how to do it but yeah it was like a probably not gonna get this but what i thought that i could get away with is that got it was kind of in a borderline neighborhood so people that were local to colorado springs probably didn't wanna buy there and then also that that it was a one bedroom house so those two things i kind of knew from knowing about colorado springs that i could probably get away with it yeah. What do you do then. You talked about some with cash. Do you always go cash. Do you ever get straight mortgages. What is your m._o. Or does it depend on the property operative like if you really want.
"colorado colorado springs" Discussed on Arrive Early, Leave Late
"Just threw a lot at that. Which is good. Yeah. Yeah. And you talked a little bit about going to the track with your dad and growing talking to my dad a lot. We talked a lot about black. I and that kind of got me thinking of this story, and how black men was the first to win the Kentucky Derby and my dad used to always talk about Doug Williams as the first black quarterback to win the Super Bowl of famous question of how long have you been a black quarterback, right? Yeah. No, absolutely. And those. Yeah. That was in the eighties. Right. And then Tiger Woods. The first black man to win the masters and my father used to always talk about third Marshall as well. The first black man to be on the supreme court, and there's all these black. I and I didn't know about this with the horse racing industry. The Kentucky Derby was always on in my house every minute opening day is kind of the ficials start to spring with sports. But kind of felt like the derby was like, wow, warm weather's coming. You know, it's nice. It's time to go outside. And I would always watch the Kentucky Derby, I wouldn't watch the whole triple crown, but I'd watch the first race. Yeah. Everybody knows the derby. They they don't know if the Preakness and the Belmont the fall. Those are. Yeah. As a kid you're growing up you grew up where Colorado Colorado Springs African American. Yeah. In Colorado Springs, probably one of the minorities. Absolutely. A lot of blacks come to Colorado Springs to military. Yeah. And then you're going and writing this story or thinking about this story in the connection that you have with your dad about this. I must have been something special. It was very special. Yeah. Thinking about those conversations I used to have with father my father passed away a couple of years ago. We always talk about that with my brother, and I end so when I was in on assignment and Kentucky, and I saw this history. That was literally just a couple of miles away from my hotel stopped myself. I have to write something I want to write a story on this. And so I went to the cemetery and just it's in this quiet, two lane road in Lexington and spent a couple of days there in three or four days. I was there not a single person walk through the cemetery visited any of the headstones a guy was walking by with his dog one day. And he looked at me. And he said, no one ever comes here. Like, what are you doing here? Like, no, one visits the cemetery, and it just took me back. And I was like, wow, there's so much history here though. It's not known about really that much at all the picture, you're painting. It just seems like it's really dreary, and yeah, they're no flowers. No. And a lot of the headstones have mold on them. They're cracked chip they're crumbling, and it just really heartbreaking to see that. And it's not just derby people. They're not just black jockeys trainers. But there by journalists they're awful soldiers buried there. Just the number of influential lex it's a black cemetery because in the south blacks and whites during reconstruction Jim crow were buried in separate cemeteries. Black people couldn't be buried with Waitz. Even death your separate you're walking through cemetery. It's not like there's a big stone buried here is such. And so how do you find story? So there is a little history there, I met this gentleman. His name is leeann Nichols. And he works with this local group, I mentioned earlier the project to preserve African American turf history. And this group is out there looking to preserve the history of black jockeys and his group had worked with the university of Kentucky to erect. These placards these white postal boards. Green fence posts..
How our faces are helping create a new surveillance technology
"To be worth nine billion dollars by twenty twenty two thanks to rapid improvements in the speed. And accuracy of the software. Recent strides in machine learning using large data sets of images culled from the internet have made this possible. But how ethical is it and how affect our privacy never hawk discusses these issues with Madame me merger. Our European technology. Correspondent. Not an article for the deaf t- weekend magazine about facial recognition technology, which has been evolving quite quickly, but largely under the radar. So can you explain I what facial recognition technology is? And how it works. So facial recognition technology today walks as a system which scans people whether that's on a busy road or people at an event depends who you're looking for and the systems that run this can pick out people specifically that you may be looking for. So it depends what the application is for example, police might be using it to scan video feeds at an event looking for specific criminal or looking for somebody at the border looking for Tara suspect illegal immigrants or any sorts of suspects that they're trying to spot, and the technology is able to much these people's faces with a photo that it's been trained on to find the right person. So detects people automatically. There's no need for a human operator to sort of look. Through the images. Exactly. So it automatically identifies. People find them, and then can tell you who they are. So who owns this technology at the moment. The technology is owned by a whole bunch of different people. It's not single owner. So it's being developed for example, both in the public and private sector. There are companies ranging from Microsoft to Facebook IBM and many others who've go in house facial recognition systems and outgrow them. Amazon is another one that they've trained up themselves and are being used for commercial reasons, and then there's also public algorithm. So for example, the UK police is currently using facial recognition algorithms to solve crimes, for example, say public algorithms you mean being used by public bodies rather than that they're publicly available. Yes. Both actually there are some which are published widely and are open so people can pick them up and then use them for their own operations. And then there are also algorithms used by public bodies include. Law enforcement and homeland security and other police and government departments. So what would you say the positive and negative ways that we can use this technology? We often talk about the negative connotations of facial recognition. Because obviously, it's a surveillance technology and often, you know, facial recognition as the umbrella, Tom, but it's not just about recognizing people. But about tracking people through series of videos, for example, if we want to see where somebody has ended up or analyzing their faces for things like figuring out that emotions or maybe even to lip read what they're saying if you can't hear so this wider umbrella of Tom's Israeli about looking at the face and figuring out the behavior or what somebody is saying doing, and obviously that can be lots of negative uses for example, surveillance people who governments might find interesting to them and also finding suspected criminals, but the problem is that fatal wreck. Ignition technology isn't very accurate yet. It's better than it has a husband, but it still makes several mistakes and the danger is that people will be wrongly identified. And of course, if the fallout is that you might get arrested or detained than does a high bought at being accurate on the positive side. We such as talk about being able to diagnose diseases, for example by looking at signals from people's faces so things like diabetes Parkinson's. You might see very very early signs of this through people's facial expressions or other signals undock could help Ali diagnoses on hence early treatment. So there are other uses of it. But obviously the biggest market for these technologies has been in security, and surveillance or suppose if police forces are using the technologies in let's say, for example of relative went missing or something. Then what thing that you'd welcome those agencies having exactly and this is what law enforcement agencies have said that they also use them for. For example, to find missing children, and because that technology can motor what somebody might look like after a few years. It means that you can have an updated version of somebody's face who's gone missing. And that can be much more helpful in finding them, for example. So yes, there are useful applications for this technology as well. But there's also big potential for misuse or think there's some evidence of that misuse in western China isn't the in sin. John weather. I think he's been used to monitor the week population. There exactly. So in China. The state has been using these types of surveillance technologies for surveilling, the general population law enforcement uses it to Savell crowds and to prevent things like riots, but also specifically at has been used to identify and track minority populations in China, including the Muslim population both in west and China, but also in other parts of the country, and there are both private companies in China as. As well. As universities that have been developing and supplying these technologies so in where it's like, a classic example of Julius technology. That's called benign or malign -application. This is true of any emerging technology. But just specifically in the case of facial recognition. It's very personal and invasive, you're explain in your article, how the image data says that on vital to the development of the technology have been collected and widely shed can you tell us a bit more about that show? So the investigation that I did for this piece was walking with the research, a hoot collected about three hundred different data sets. And basically what these data sets are big collections of faces faces of people mostly from the west which have been scraped or picked up from the internet. So it could be from Google images or being could be from flicker where people have uploaded family photo albums. It could be from YouTube videos, where people have picked out stills from these videos, or it can be even more. More invasive where researchers have for example, setup surveillance cameras on university campuses in town squares in markets, and then use those images to create these data sets good concern for taking people's which is without. So surprisingly, not in a lot of the cases with the internet images. These were uploaded with what's called, a creative Commons license and the original intention for this license was to allow people to freely reuse or republish these photos without always having to ask for someone's permission or to pay copyright charges. But how it's ended up being used is that these faces have gone into building sats that then train facial recognition algorithms to spot and analyze faces better. So really all of these pictures of people that they've unwittingly put up or unwittingly walked through a campus. For example, have now ended up training algorithms in China that are. Used to study video surveillance, for example, in Israel and in Russia or even in the US and the UK where they're being used to study by metric profiles of people's faces. Hervey spoken to the researchers who've uploaded these images. Yeah, I managed to contact a few that were willing to talk to me one of the researchers. I spoke to was from the university of Colorado, Colorado Springs UCS, and he'd created a data set. The he calls unconstrained college students the clues in the name. Basically, he set up a surveillance camera. And he said that he filmed students walking around campus who were unaware that they were being filmed and the whole goal of this exercise was to create a really realistic data set of people's faces where they want to stunned portrayed Shorto. Anything liner yourself your party per no. This is just not true footage of people walking around their faces covered up looking down at their phones side profiles. Partially hidden, which is how things would be in the real world when you're trying to Savell people walking around and by creating the status at he was then able to override the heated share it with the federal government and many others, including researchers and companies who then use this data set to inform their own research understand some of these data sets have been used by the university of defense technology in China create surveillance technology ESO N, you DT's the National University of defense technology in China, and it's run by the Chinese military. So as very well established links with the PLA, the Chinese military and a lot of the work that they do in the area of or drones is used to inform and design and develop technologies for the military. And yes, I found a few papers which were written by entity DT, researchers that had used the data sets that we found and barren mind these. Data sets were created in the US or the UK or elsewhere extraordinary time when the US is anxious about the Johnny's getting hold of US technology. Exactly. And I found that this was actually a huge blind spot. So while there are discussions all of the world of whether there should be sanctions or export controls applied to sensitive technologies. Especially I for example, with China actually academic partnership seemed to be completely invisible in this entire discussion and they fly under the radar. So there are so many of these individual collaborations that I found with students from these universities in China over searchers who've been working with US, UK, and Australia and companies and universities and publishing work together. And that doesn't seem to be any framework all sort of training to question what's happening with these technologies where they're being applied who ultimately gets access to them. It just seen as sort of a. Free exchange of ideas, you'd have no sense than researchers have ethical scruples about taking people's faces of the internet and then applying them in these ways. Yeah. I mean, I think that the researchers who had created the data sets believed that they were doing a public good because they were advancing a technology that could be used in a variety of different ways. But they don't seem to have considered the effect of having a borderless internet, which means that faces can be essentially exported across the whole world and get into the hands of people who might not have the same ethical boundaries or ideas that they have. And so the ultimate use case could be really different from what they had imagined off aces could be training surveillance technologies that we a have no idea about and be might have huge ethical objection to do you foresee a negative uses of this technology in the west as well. Yes. So the technology is also been used. And by law enforcement and governments in the US and the UK, for example, here in the UK Prozac terrorists have been protesting the police as USA facial recognition technology, and the main objection hair is that it's not good enough considering it's being used by the police to catch criminals because it means that often mistakes are being made an input take your the error rate of full facial recognition of minorities is higher than it is for Caucasians, and this is partly because of the training data. So if these systems are trained on lots and lots of Caucasian faces it means they are better at recognising Caucasian faces and because they haven't had as much training data of all the racism minority faces. It means that they are less accurate in identifying them. So though ends up being a bias of misidentification when it comes to the police using this to catch criminals, researchers pursuing this tunnel as you could argue that by creating new movie realistic data says. They can overcome those sort of biases. Exactly. And that's the big debate. Here. Should we create more data sets and more diverse data set so that we improve Asia recognition or should we just stop digging into people's privacy by filming and photographing them as they go about their daily lives, and maybe put limitations and stops on the use of the technology at all. And these are the two sides of the coins. And there are privacy activists today who feel that we shouldn't really be using facial recognition at all. Because there are other ways to achieve the same things without being so invasive into people's lives and scraping images without on knowledge. Some technologies would argue that they solution to the shortcomings of data is get yet. More data. Exactly. And this is the rabbit hole that it seems this entire research community has gone down because they're looking for more data and. More unconstrained data and more natural data, a natural in the sense just means without consent because by definition, it means people shouldn't know that they're being filmed. So you know, we just seem to be going further and further down this whole is there any way to ensure the images used only for purposes of beneficial. Do you think I think like with any technology? You can't turn the clock back. So these faces already exist facial recognition is useful. It is cheaper than having loads and loads of human pace officers, for example, and it's quicker as well. You can comb through hours of footage rather than getting a single pass and sit down and watch it and spot people. So it's coming it's going to be used. So the question is can we put into place proper ethical training and also legal and public policy? Limitations on the technology or breaks that would force academics and corporations and governments. Everybody who uses and develops a sec. Analogy to really question how it could be used and to try and prevent that from happening. So for my story when I contacted a lot of these researchers the question, I asked was do you think about how your technology could ultimately be used? And if yes, what do you put into place to ensure it doesn't get into the wrong hands and often I found that they haven't even thought about that. So that really should be a fuss step where you maybe have ethics training for anybody working on sensitive AI topics like facial recognition to really educate them about how it is being used and how it could be used to get pressure from policymakers as well in this area. Well, exactly because at the moment, it seems that it's so new and emerging that the lowest still far behind and hasn't caught up. And so the only way for that to be any real restriction as for the public as well as lawmakers and companies themselves to come together to create a framework for how this is used. Thank you very much. Thank you.
"colorado colorado springs" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Quarter by desert holiday done in Salva, call back within five they've matched San Antonio physicality. Got that field goal percentage creeping up about forty percents. What's his helpful? But I think it starts on the defensive ended up floor. They've done a better job at limiting Senate Tonio from getting into the fame. Spurs ball Rosenfels code rights or whites quick catching shoot for top of the ARCHE. Mr. Faust off the room twice, Tori. Craig has the rebound way. Number for the much better job in the glass here. Four in the market. Strong miss that white able to clear hair flowing behind racist of the floor kits to Todd's back to white feet Aldridge. Top of the key back down Martin shoots fater at the foul line bricked it off the back of the rim. Sensory defensive possession by Denver actually, four sat fade away by Aldridge, which is a high degree of difficulty shot which he can make. But he missed it on that one Martin takes the dribble the left elbow jumps Doppler to teach us from thirteen good. Rebound by fours. Michigan state finished Michigan state transfer there by the arts. White dribbles to the right side of the lane. Speaking of the fly off he shoots misses off the back of the room. What the Colorado Colorado Springs a one year at bowling? They got here craft shop lot left the rim. The boy picks out of bounds. Aldridge white pinching down left to the rim and white for the yacht. Martin hung up just enough for Aldridge to come to help defender swatted away. The pride of UCS Ben out there in Colorado, solid division to program was not recruited by division. One program in the state out of Carter, Colorado in Navarrete wing leper three buried it and white hit him on the arm. But Murray still finds a way off the quick inbounds. It's a two point game forty five forty three. San Antonio lead involved. Rosa picks it up shoots when he left. That's no good rebound. Weakside easily for Harris Mary Harris breaks it up bounces behind truly mill set. Open three. No good clear off by the Spurs rebounds. For Forbes worse up the floor lost the dribble bodies flying to get bored. Saves it the white lobby the ramp. Al. Sometimes this thousands. That stops in almost three minutes scoring drought for the San Antonio Spurs. They were not able to get on the board, and you're righted broken play gives them that opportunity. Excellent hustle by Derek Whyte. Off screen house. House-passed Arroyo gets floated in and out off the room twice though. Good rebound tip. My Millsaps caught by Aldridge alad pass that arose and spin move on lane splits to defend. The store the right hand. Spurs coming back to life forty nine forty three roles in double figures with ten. Berry left ball extend crossover left baseline throws bit postseason side. Elaine or yoga Roque extend move on Pertile scoops with the right hand wouldn't go did everything block houses out of bounds. Baseline left and belongs to San Antonio, the crowds just excited to see the ball through the whole there. A brutal shots for San Antonio offensively this environment. One of the great playoff environments that we have in the NBA the center shooting percentage came that down to somewhat normal fifty percent now for the Spurs because of the drought. Rosa picks. It up shoots short. Rebounded Baio kitchen. And here's Denver. Should he thirty five percent? But yet in this game. They'll catch Daba the key rose to Murray by court right goes around the streets, you to leaders both the foul on it banked it in Murray took another hit and he's upset at some vitiated crew. Murray has eight points the Rosen into the lane running back hugging. It shoots goodness to just outside of the restricted area. The Florida Harris way Leifer three in rhythm Pang. Got it Harris knocks down. It all started with a big rebound on a long outlived pass by Nikola yoga. And it's forty nine forty eight. Spurs -ly down to one after leading by a dozen we own I left in the half white lost the handle. It's backfired core left of cops over to Rosa rose into leftover. All right. Andrew Frye, kicked off its way right for three. Rebound hurdle sandwiched between two defenders now. Three somehow close it out to white steps passes way. Let caught my fourth drive by Murray lays it up. No good blocking foul called on Denver. On the other way. Oh, it is. You're right. Forbes pushed off Brent floor. Use the shot fake to get himself into the lane was a little bit reckless with his attack in Denver team response. I mean, San Antonio came out lights out offensively. And they've got it till one point game. Fourteen four run Laurie bounce pass the Yokich which down the lay a stutter. Step foul shoots and stores. San Antonio argue that it could have been traveled or you'll get kept us balance and a possible three point play. And here's a lead change just the fourth in the game. But Denver is grabbed a. A fifty to forty nine advantage free. Throw good three point play gives Yokich sixteen points to go at nine rebounds, four six. Turn of events two and a half minutes left in the first. Herbal catches right at the top of the key those right through white crossover dribble. Can't get past Harris. Surround fertile street. Trust for the corner throws deep left wing through Aldridge. Aldridge sips. It out that arose close up a prayer of the foul. I missed the runner but follows called here come free through attempts seventeen eighteen percent Antonio in the first half. Infection control problem. I think maybe hear her some blood on the jersey, lamarcus Aldridge, and that's why we're stopping play with two fifteen left. Three falls by the way on fertile. As we approach the end of the first half. We we mentioned at the start of the second quarter. We had these wild quarters going on in the series. Sure. Enough San Antonio has the big Wapping first quarter thirty four points on the board and look Denver. My just ahead matched that total here in the second. Yeah. I mean, this this is a Denver team that finally got into a rhythm. They were little skittish. I thought on the offensive end and frankly dismissed the quality shots in the first quarter, but Yokich has been able to give them second chance opportunity and they've been able to manufacture enough offense to take the lead which has got to have them feeling good in this situation. Venture advantage right now nineteen eleven.
"colorado colorado springs" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Usual we had rocky mountain pros ignition and charged from the Jefferson County fairgrounds in Golden Colorado very good matches very fun as always always there to see and then on Friday it was bar fights three volume three <hes> with Colorado Springs wrestling at the playing field bar down in Colorado Colorado Springs <hes> went there. It was a really great as exciting and guess what yours truly one. I freak in belt championship belt <hes> they were doing a raffle for the W._W._e.. W._W._e.. Intercontinental Championship belt a commemorative belts <hes> put <hes> couple extra dollars in to get a couple extra raffle tickets because you get one <hes> with your paid <hes> mission into the event and I won and that was exciting. I have not seen the picture yet that the got to take <hes> holding the belt with a big guns gestion Andrews but hopefully I will see it soon and then on Saturday rocky mountain pro invaded the Pepsi Center. Yes the Pepsi Center the home of the Denver Negatives Colorado Avalanche and in in this case the Colorado mammoth so you got tickets to see the mammoth game and then afterwards stay for the wrestling <hes> the mammoth unfortunately did not pull out the win. They got really close the they almost pulled it out in the end but the causes they could get was within two goals but I think they lost by three unfortunately that night <hes> then <hes> we all had to <hes> you know honestly wait around for quite a while <hes> because the tradition is corre mammoth game the players will come out and do autographs for the fans out on the field so once that cleared up and Rocky Mountain pro- <hes> talents and staff got to go ahead to set up the ring they it was all hands on deck and I don't know if I've ever seen a ring put put together that quickly of course they probably would have liked to have a little more time to do that as it was getting late in the evening. I think we <hes> all left us. Fans left there air. Maybe just before midnight. I believe maybe possibly anyways it was a a long night. But who else can you say when it comes to independent wrestling has been able to go into a venue like that and as of their counting the only wrestling companies that have ever been in the Pepsi Center. <hes> Pevsner is a newer facility not the newest but not the oldest either but that's been W._W._e.. W._C._W.. He W and now rocky mountain pro it was a great match. I bet all the wrestlers were excited to Russell in front of that many fans and it was fantastic. They did a great match great matches great events and it was well worth the more than price emission and also to help out the wish warrior Chide Isaacs. Though what do we have on tap this week. When it comes comes to rustling this weekend of course on Thursday we have rocky mountain pros charged an ignition <hes> shows tapings from the quarry at Jefferson County fairgrounds in Golden Colorado? I want to get tickets. Get tickets are M._p.. Wrestling Dot.
"colorado colorado springs" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"There's a Missouri school considering a segregated safe-space for white students to talk about their racism and their white privilege. How is this stuff not considered racist? How? How is the fact that we're subjected to this every stinking day houses is not racist? Vince flow, Ellen chief diversity officer at Webster university. In St Louis has plans for a new program based off a book titled witnessing whiteness, the need to talk about race in how to do it. The local young women Christian association, the Y W C began the witnessing whiteness program, which requires participants to be white if Brazil if if brought to Webster university, the workshop would launch in late twenty nineteen white people would not be as forthcoming if they were in a mixed group, you know, about their racism and how much they dislike people of color. I guess. This is pathetic. This is man. Twenty nineteen. I have not had an opportunity to fully explore the possibility. Should we move to bring the program onto campus? It would not be before August of this year. He most recently brought witness the witnessing whiteness program to Washington University in St Louis, so he's already brought this to one university. He spoke about the program in an interview with NBC said that he wants white people to stop calling the police on black people just because they're gathering in a park many times. Have you done that? Oh, if I had a nickel for every time I'd police because there were black people in the park. Now. You're calling me out on it. Yeah. Think about it at it all up I can carry the one. In the limited time we have here. We got going forty eight minutes. It's it's only a two hour program. So we won't get into it. But. Lawn. Additionally, he told him he hopes white people who participate will find their voice in able to speak call out and stand up against racism. Yeah. We should stand up against his racism. According to the white chapters, racial Justice direct, the YWCA has a racial Justice director good gig. If you can get it. It is time to shut down the y w c a. Why W C A? It's not fun to stay at the. W w C a. There are currently sixteen witnessing whiteness groups that meet regularly and proximity dozen more that could begin meeting this year. Wow. It was important to us that we had a group where people of color wouldn't be on the spot wouldn't be asked to teach wouldn't be asked to listen to white people as they struggled understand races. And goodness. I can't take. White people would not be as forthcoming about the racism if they were in a mixed group. Sure. Sure. That's probably true. The white, you know, once once white people get together in their own little cliques, though, they can't stop talking about how racists they are. All they want to talk about how much they hate black and Brown people. Oh, my yes. Just it's ugly. Glad to know me. No. It's everybody every white person in their white privilege. Thank you. They think their privileged to talk about how much they hate others. Why as website states? The members of witnessing whiteness will explore the history and construction of white racial identity, white culture and values manifestations of white supremacy and privilege and activision of white solidarity and accountability. All this explains. The reasoning behind creating a white space for them. So that they could discuss all of KOTA white space. If Webster decides to implement the witnessing whiteness program. It wouldn't be the first university. The university of Maryland college park announced a white student only support group called white awake. Instead of white. A we get it. White wake. Good work in the hip word woke now as well. Well, it probably should. Wideawake woke. I know. We can't. Yeah. I just decided we can't. The name of the group was later changed though to antiracism and allied building group in response to the backlash and in may the university of Colorado Colorado Springs announced it would end its affiliation with the unmasking whiteness conference. How is this possible that this isn't considered racism?.
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"I never once thought about that experience at SOHO dot com is being mean meaningful in any way at all in ended up being very important. Because like when I came in had the conversation with with Madison who started grand ex I ever conversation. We had about the fact that I wanted to be a writer when I graduated this was what was brought up that I had had some experience doing this sort of thing on H h dot com, which led to my first job at total fat move dot com. Which led to me eventually launching this podcast. And it's just a funny part of my career that I felt like was worth sharing that is. That is not what I was expecting. Yeah. Pretty remarkable weird shit. That's my unlikely starting media next and final segment sinned news with Jared Boris low. Welcome back, Jared Hulo, I made it. I'm here still here for another week of send news every week. Maybe the last week. I don't know the last week. No, I know it's not plenty of him. No. It's not were excited to have you back for those of you who maybe you having experienced sinned news before hold onto your butts. Because this is a really something new segment, the only new segment, and I repeat, and as I said, I am the state run media here. You only hear the news that I want you to hear you're you're a diplomat to put. Yeah. Democrat. I'm a diplo crack tater. Yeah. I did. Welcome back to another addition of send news, which aired borstal Jared Boris slow in this. Ascend news Lanese palace. Ross is a student at the university of Colorado. Colorado Springs is she and she's from California. She lives in the UCS dorms with her pet. Beta fish, Cassie picks. I do not have any picks. Okay. Now Lenny's is allowed to do this because section seven points year. One of UCS is resident handbook says that pets of any kind except fish are not allowed AAC Bisher allowed UCS uses the Oxford dictionary's definition of a fish in the handbook which defines a fish as a limbless cold blooded vertebrate animal with gills and Finns living. Holy water. They they put that in the. That specific it is. So if your favorite movie is del Toro's, the shape of water UCS is the school for you. My fish, bucking friend. You can just keep that creature. You can keep your little your little slimy. Fuck monster in your room, and you just banging out and you'll have to pay for one rent. Did you just say my little fish fucking friend on on the show houses at slimy? Fuck monce gear Modell Torah have you? It's gear whatever is. The guy from Zora? But that's equally funny. I was just gonna let it go. I didn't look it up. I didn't have you seen the movie. No, why not can I ask I'm afraid of. It's the fish fucking. I'm afraid of the erection. I might obtain. So the everyone who is who is not afraid of fish fucking has seen the movie, and then the rest of us like you mean my wife. It's like, yeah. I wanna I mean, I know it was nominated for best picture, but I really don't wanna see a chick fuck of fish. Yeah. That happens anyway, quite a bit from what I understand like many college students Lineas decided to head home for the holidays after finals. She couldn't leave Cassie her beta fish in her dorm, room course, diver wanna break that it will be fucked up, and we're not saying Cassie would have died because there to feed her were saying she would have died because there's one hundred percent chance that some random dude who decided to stay in the.
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"On KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM hazy sixty two degrees in, Denver now on Colorado's morning news we're waiting for a press conference it could happen at any minute on a. Police. Shooting in southern Colorado Colorado Springs officer is in critical, condition after confrontation with a suspect this, morning that shooter was also wounded but those are said. To be non life-threatening we'll bring you details, as soon as we have we're also anticipating to hear more from. The Aurora police department today about Monday's. Deadly officer involved shooting, of a homeowner, police chief Nick met says that Department has been frustrated. Because it hasn't been able to share anything as of yet other than the basics he also add some of the information being spread on social media. Is wrong matches looking forward to being able to get the correct information available. That information is through review of nine one one Tate's review of body worn video cameras footage and other evidence, and interviews of witnesses and officers homeowner Richard Gary. Black was shot and killed after shooting and killing an intruder early on Monday we're also hearing from family members about exactly how that. Shooting went down and we're, also learning more about the intruder. Involved KOA news raiders Connor shreve joining us live with the latest on. That the intruder being identified as John Harper a man with a long criminal, history the stepson of black, who was shot and killed by the Aurora. Police officer in that may also now talking to. ABC news about what happened he was the one who actually found the attacker in their, home early Monday morning I just, immediately shot into the bath To find this naked guy soaking wet holding like on his back with his feet out of the tub. Choking my son biting his left ear and there's blood coming out of my sons ear, and, that's Chad hi she who's seventy three year olds. Stepfather shot, and killed the intruder before he was shot and killed by police she said his. Step-dad lived and died as a hero reporting live Connor schrief KOA NewsRadio thank you Connor there's new information showing special counsel. Robert Muller wants to question President Trump about obstruction of Justice in the. Russian election investigation let's led to renewed, calls to end that pros Trump clearly, wants the investigation into Russian interference in the twenty sixteen presidential election to end he tweeted attorney general Jeff Sessions should stop this rigged witch-hunt right. Now before it continue sustain our country any further sources tell ABC news this tweet, was blasted out after Trump learned special Counsel Robert Muller. Wants to question him about obstruction of Justice and watched the interview to be in writing and in person that's ABC's Stephanie Ramos White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders says, the president isn't tried, to obstruct Justice he's just fighting back a federal, appeals court says. The, Trump administration's threat to block so, called sanctuary cities from getting federal grants is unconstitutional nights co secure circuit court. Of appeals on Wednesday ruled against threatening letters the Justice department sent in February to some. Two dozen. Local. Governments the letter said cities and. Counties would lose federal law enforcement grants if they refuse to cooperate with immigration enforcement agencies. Colorado joining protests against actions taken by immigration and customs enforcement nearly a dozen tents have been set up outside of Denver field office in centennial and demonstrators say they plan to be there for a week I demand is urgent reunification of the. Children who've been separated from their. Families at the board of the July was.
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"Love a piece in politico by jeff greenfield we're going to share with you thinking the unthinkable thinking the unthinkable what if trump succeeds and he writes about this north korean diplomatic optimism i just want to give a quick snapshot of the never trump reaction to the events of the last twenty four hours i shall never trump a republican nevertrumper who goes on all the tv shows msnbc lot any retweeted an article about the stormy daniels payment and then he his message was nobel nobel nobel nobel all in caps mocking the idea that trump vile rights should get the nobel peace prize now to this american in his world stormy daniels more important than the millions of people in the korean peninsula breathing a sigh of relief and shane we may not be at war any more stormy daniels is more important to a nevertrumper then among what could be a massive epic diplomatic achievement north and south korea have been fighting since nineteen fifty three american prisoners poised to be released due to the pressure of the trump administration but stormy is more important to a nevertrumper the peace in the korean peninsula peninsula isn't that amazing now we had a young caller william who wanted to talk about gas prices wanted to wonder about you know he he says fake news that there are black americans who support donald trump here's lionel hey lionel welcome how are you i just wanted to make a point to william you know i was a national delegate for barack obama from congressional district five incur in colorado colorado springs and also elected as a national delegate for hillary clinton and congressional district fifteen here in hillsborough county in florida now i voted for hillary clinton and i voted for barack obama twice i'm now supporting donald trump's and i'm gonna tell you why william and my called your show before and you and i've had some spirited debate but let me tell me tell you why i'm supporting donald trump now you know in february twenty seventeen i was i was laid off from my job and my job was shipped overseas you know it just happens in corporate finance working banking and finance now instead of being you know bitter about it i decided to make some changes.
"colorado colorado springs" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Mike gallagher before the hour rolling along busy day i love a piece in politico by jeff greenfield we're gonna share it with you thinking the unthinkable thinking the unthinkable what if trump succeeds and he writes about this north korean diplomatic optimism i just want to give you a quick snapshot of the never trump reaction two events of the last twenty four hours i saw never trump republican nevertrumper who goes on all the tv shows msnbc a lot any retweeted an article about the stormy daniels payment and then he his message was nobel nobel nobel nobel ma all in caps mocking the idea that trump by all rights should get the nobel peace prize now to this american in his world stormy daniels is more important than the millions of people in the korean peninsula breathing a sigh of relief and saying we may not be at war any more stormy daniels is more important to a nevertrumper then a what could be a massive epic diplomatic achievement north and south korea have been fighting since nineteen fifty three american prisoners poised to be released due to the pressure of the trump administration but stormy is more important to never trumper that peace in the korean peninsula isn't that amazing now we had a young caller william who wanted to talk about gas prices wanted to wonder about you know he he said it's fake news that there are black americans who support donald trump here's lionel hey lionel welcome how are you i just wanted to make a point to william you know i was the national delegate for barack obama from congressional district five incur in colorado colorado springs and also elected as a national delegate for hillary clinton and congressional district fifteen here in hillsborough county in florida now i voted for hillary clinton and i voted for barack obama twice i'm now supporting donald trump and i'm gonna tell you why william my gun called your show before and you and i've had some spirited debate but but let me tell me tell you why i'm supporting donald trump now you know in february twenty seventeen i was i was laid off from my job and my job was shipped overseas you know it just it happens in corporate finance working banking and finance now instead of being you know bitter about it i decided to make some.
"colorado colorado springs" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Mike gallagher before the hour rolling along busy day i love a piece in politico by jeff greenfield we're gonna share with you thinking the unthinkable thinking the unthinkable what if trump succeeds and he writes about this north korean diplomatic optimism i just want to give you a quick snapshot of the never trump reaction to the events of the last twenty four hours i sean never trump a republican nevertrumper who goes on all the tv shows msnbc a lot and he re tweeted an article about the stormy daniels payment and then he his message was nobel nobel nobel nobel all in caps mocking the idea that trump by all rights should get the nobel peace prize now to this american in his world stormy daniels is more important than the millions of people in the korean peninsula breathing a sigh of relief and shane we may not be at war anymore stormy daniels is more important to a nevertrumper then a what could be a massive epic diplomatic achievement north and south korea have been fighting since nineteen fifty three american prisoners poised to be released due to the pressure of the trump administration but stormy is more important would never trumper then peace in the korean peninsula isn't that amazing now we had a young caller william who wanted to talk about gas prices wanted to wonder about you know he he says fake news that there are black americans who support donald trump here's lionel hey lionel welcome how are you hey i just wanted to make a point to william you know i was a national delegate for barack obama from congressional district five incur in colorado colorado springs and also elected as a national delegate for hillary clinton and congressional district fifteen here in hillsborough county in florida now i voted for hillary clinton and i voted for barack obama twice i'm now supporting donald trump and i'm gonna tell you why william and my gun called your show before and you and i've had some spirited debate but let me let me tell you why i'm supporting donald trump now you know in february twenty seventeen i was i was laid off from my job and my job was shipped overseas you know it just happens in corporate finance work in banking and finance now instead of being you know bitter about it i decided to make some changes in my life.
"colorado colorado springs" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Change with brian ross aren't you concerned when you hear those possible health effects i hear rain tumors genetic damage i have to look at for the responsible scientists say they're alarm but and and they see that there is not a public health williams who said and they say who actually says that this is this is what they with the fda has said the fda actually said at the time on their website that the research quote doesn't lead to the conclusion that cell phones are absolutely safe let me bring in now from colorado springs jerry phillips biochemist and director of the excel science center at the university of colorado colorado springs he studied cell phone radiation for a decade and conducted some of the earliest studies on the potential health impacts of cell phones great to have you jerry thanks for being here it's my pleasure jane thank thank you what does your research show well we we did several different kinds of research we did some research with whole animals in which we used a particular brain tumor model and expose those rats from the time they were unborn they were in utero to radio frequency radiation this is one of motorola cell phone signals and what we found was rather than an increase in in brain tumors central nervous system tumors we actually saw decrease which was just as disconcerting is actually having seen an increase in brain tumors that was one of our studies in another one of our studies that said that's fairly well known it's been out there for a while we actually saw changes in damage to cellular dna and we saw it in such a way that sometimes we saw an increase sometimes we saw decrease but i again either way it's a disconcerting result.
"colorado colorado springs" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"But it's the freedom is the freedom this is the argument against freedom or four freedom which is that freedom involves risk and freedom in involves the possibility of death may win you have freedom maybe someone's going to abuse that freedom and hurt someone else and attacks him one we're bully someone or whatever that is an actual negative cost of freedom but that is the price that's why freedom isn't free that's the expression freedom isn't free means there is a cost to your freedom ronald reagan talked about this in a time for choosing he said they're the only way that you can be guaranteed to have peace is surrender when did life become so dear in peace so sweet that they would be purchased at the hands of chains and slavery you can have this totalitarian malays where attacks aren't quite likely to happen except by the government on you except by the people with the power against you or you can have freedom and freedom involves a lot of risk unfortunately fate facebook clearly wants to have its cake and eat it too if it changes its tune depending on the news michael they're very upset that republicans or using their tools and succeeding when democrats use their tools no one cared everyone was happy it was wonderful it was a great strategy now that republicans are doing it they're very upset they're going to keep fighting it this is going to really further hurt the the conservative media industry it's already put some people out of business it's already put others nonpolitical people out of business using a lot of thought pieces think pieces coming out today saying oh it doesn't really matter conservatives are winding their exaggerating this is targeted this is to put us out of business and hopefully something else will come up don't believe a word of it when they say this isn't trying to attack conservatives as explicitly the point in other news students at the university of colorado colorado springs at been given extra credit for attending a white privilege conference some of the classes at this conference or breaking the chains of capitalism and white supremacy the whiteness of law and how whiteness kills and the last part that is true whiteness.
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"His release from custody douglas hague was released last month without having to post bond as long as he didn't possess guns are ammo he was not accused of violating the rules but a magistrate has tightened restrictions after an officer noticed barrels of gunpowder blank ammunition and spent ammunition at hague's home potentially damaging comments when former trump advisers sam nunn berg spoke about the russia investigation today he saying the president trump may have done something wrong with that he won't appear before the special counsel's grand jury none berg's explosive remarks her during his interview with msnbc looking to cooperate when ydr third eighty our goal you over either lindburg was along time adviser to trump's businesses but was fired during the early days of the presidential campaign trump later suit lundberg for leaking confidential info about the campaign to the media the suit eventually settled big groups from the university of colorado colorado springs ali email sent to the parents of eleven thousand perspectives students red welcome to the mountain lion family the email went on to talk about next steps for accepted students and how they could register for orientation fifteen minutes later the parents got a follow up mail saying a mistake was made into disregard what they had read a chunk of those students had not been accepted the university of colorado colorado springs saying it was in error alex stone abc news well it's coming up a 513 here's what we're working on this afternoon in the ktar news room the association that represents arizona's cities and towns is raising the alarm about a proposal in the legislature ktar's ashley blood is live in the news center with those details jaworski the proposal by representative michelle michelle of genty read out would be in the collection of sales tax on digital goods like cloud computing software and digital streaming services the league of arizona cities and towns says the proposal would cost cities forty eight million dollars a year in tax collections and it would cost the state one hundred twenty million who gentry rita says that the state has no authority to impose sales taxes on digital goods from the internet she says the league and state revenue department collected the taxes without the legal authority to do so live in the news center ashley flood ktar news time to check on your drive home again here's detour dan in the ktar traffic center i regret a problem area westbound itin approaching.
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"Two hundred and fifty who people who call and set a date for this coming fall the phone number to do that is aaa 22 peace triple eight two two seven three two triple eight two two who seven three two to three now if the two hundred and fifty run out never fear we are going to make you an incredibly great deal because we are trying to get obviously trying to get a bunch his clash with started this fall we wanna double the number of clashes and our goal is in just the next few years took go ahead and a triple the number of people taking financial peace university in a year and this is the start of that process right now you're listening to it angel is where this angel is in colorado colorado springs to be precise high angel how are you doing great are you better than i deserved thank you for being a coordinator the financial peace university so how did you end up doing this well i got worse about four years ago and i was drowning in and i'm a nurse got a wheel early one morning and really feelings early in the morning in the way we have the right shoulder and i thought played talk you know and i want to merge away from losing everything and and i and i make too much money to be so you're you're single i am yeah okay three boy housing oca then what you said you make too much money what are you do i'm in a registered nurse okay all right so four years ago you hit rock bottom in the sense of i make too much money to be this brokers stressed actually was about a year ago i've been divorce how i got it okay okay and so i went to work day and i came home in i handed my boys the credit card and i told them i caught him up and i just told my done and so i.
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"Who call in and want to begin a class for the first time in your area this fall we're going to give you the materials that usually about uh about all the stuff forgiveness four hundred dollars worth it's the leadership materials and a financial peace university kit that's to seventy nine normally and we're giving you another financial peace university kit to be able to scholarship someone through be able to give it to someone someone that you think needs to go to the class or you just want to give it to him i don't care whatever show to member catch and one set of leader materials for the first two hundred and fifty who people who call and set a date for this coming fall the phone number to do that is triple eight twenty two peace triple eight two two seven three two to three aaa two two seven three two to three now if the two hundred and fifty run out never fear we are going to make you an incredibly great deal because we are trying to get obviously trying to get bunches classes start this fall we wanna double the number of clashes and our goal is in just the next few years to go the head and a triple the number of people taking financial peace university in a year and this is the start of that process right now you're listening to it angel is with us angel is in colorado colorado springs to be precise high angel how are you are you better than i deserved thank you for being a coordinator to financial peace university so how did you end up doing this well i got worse four years ago and i will and i got up early one morning really rob feelings early in the morning in the way we have yeah my shoulders and i my i wanna merge away from losing everything and and.