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"Yes, that's coming out of the Tahoe Daily Tribune, so South Lake Tahoe voters will get to decide on whether or not they want a one cent sales tax increase. Tio help in AA was supposed to help in I was out fire safety, road rehabilitation and economic insecurity is supposed to raise $55.4 million annually of past. That's what they say. It's like when they bump up our gas tax. And they say they're going to fix our roads on the road still have potholes. In 10 years, it has got a flat tire on Cerri from a pothole him hope. See that multi. But they bumped up your sales tax last year and really helped write the gas tax went up in California year ago. And there's that tax on the tire. You're going by going to goto the road. Oh, my gosh, It's just craziness if you voted in the election You're not alone. More than a million ballots have already been cast in the 2020 president at early voting happening Now it'll be interesting because we still have two more debates to go. I wonder if any one of those 1.2 million ballots were cast by someone who watched last night. Oh, boy, I really wish I hadn't done that the way speaking of the debate we had a professor on today. Ah, press professor from Chico State talking all about last night's debate. She says there actually wasn't Strategy going on ghetto looked yet to look for it. But it was there really. It's just like out of control. Chaos. It Z looks like I mean, you look at the headlines of most most of online sites today. It's like, you know, circus, right? I thought she was great. I really did the professor from Chico State, So what we're gonna do is we're going. We've got some of the clips from that anybody we're going. We're going to roll those up because it's really worth listening to, But she really had a good I thought, Ah, good analysis. What took place would take all right. We'll be right back in through California..
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"Up above the one hundred market to about one hundred two degrees already outside in Sacramento we have seventy two degrees right now it is ninety three point one K. F. became the stuff to do this weekend to maybe some things opening up in Tahoe we have the answer ever print L. R. technical producer coming up in news from your neighborhood what's happenin yes so this coming on the Tahoe daily Tribune so heavenly and Kirkwood mountain resorts will be open for select summer activities ahead of the July fourth the weekend not not July fourth weekend ahead of July fourth Val resorts announced Thursday that they will be open daily from July third through Labor Day September seventh and these including like bike biking trails hiking some have this disc golf so just some summer activities that you could do some of that L. zero and can you believe we are all ready June nineteenth it's like this summer is I mean it's going to kick off and slipped by I thank you last month a comparison as long as kids go back to school on time otherwise this could be the longest most of your home hi all right so how should businesses evolve to meet the needs of consumers the new needs of consumers that many I know you've been digging in on this we're gonna hear from a futurist coming up yes an expert on the economy of what you need to do to be successful maybe even as a time to start a new business if so how do you do that how do you have the right outlook that's coming up here a new study three point one KFBK were live everywhere on the I heart radio app isn't just one story it's months of stories because it's affecting different people and lots of different ways we'll keep bringing you the latest facts along with coverage of the people.
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"Out of the Tahoe daily Tribune and this class is happening at Kirkwood mountain resort and they're hosting a two day ski intensive March seventh and eighth geared specifically for women it's an all women's coaching staff they say everyone is welcome but it is encouraged that women ages thirteen in an up come to this class okay deal sounds good thank you Sir he the Wall Street journal is reporting this morning U. S. pedestrian deaths rose in twenty nineteen to the highest level in thirty years it's not amazing you know distracted driving is a thing I'm waiting if that has anything to do with that it's so funny you mention that the fourth paragraph in this article in the Wall Street journal says possible factors for increases include smart phone related distraction by drivers and pedestrians asks yeah it's amazing an estimated sixty five hundred pedestrians killed in motor vehicle crashes last year thanks five percent increase from the year before you know a lot of people are trying to figure out right now do I take my family on vacation do we fly with this whole corona virus thing I mean I know people who are kind of in a wait and see mode right now for Europe and they're like oh you know what if things go down even more there were heading home why so I mean there there are a lot of well trying to figure out which is you know is Hawaii any safer I mean and and just getting on an airplane what's the risk of that no matter what the destination what airlines are responding this morning they're turning to some of the world's hardest hitting disinfectants to try to clean their planes so it's not just a crew coming through and doing a quick clean and Qantas Korean airlines Singapore airlines and the airlines to help evacuate people from that cruise ship off Japan they have stepped up their efforts they're using this commercial use a viral clean it's a hospital grade disinfectant it's made in Australia it's kind of a lemon scented so you might smell that if you get on an international flight then kind of Levin's center but it kills a range of bacteria and viruses including hepatitis B. and herpes simplex and corona viruses which are not just one the current vice is not just one thing it's a whole class of viruses right and so they are they are now springing down these planes with this stuff I believe it I mean we don't start in the past before coronavirus how there are those who say that that the end that of an airplane cabin is a Petri dish to begin with but they do actually mon the air is filtered so you do have the air of that's that's built it's that close contact right mas's indices and the surfaces yes yeah ill so our ranchers and farmers are buzzing about this organized criminals stealing bees it's a huge problem how much money is involved the high tech measures farmers are now taking the catch the B. thieves we go beyond the headlines in three minutes stay connected with news ninety three point one KFBK at home say Hey Google play KFBK on I heart radio celebrate the big two.
What's the History of the Tooth Fairy?
"We spoke by email with Christina. Kill Grove and enter apologised science writer with a background in archaeology. So she's used to dealing with teeth and bones but even she wasn't prepared for the site of her seven-year-old daughter extracting her own upper right central incisors in an effort to cash. It in kilograms said I was initially inspired. Track down the source of the tooth fairy legend. When my older daughter lost her first tooth she knew the tooth fairy wasn't real but wanted to know when and why the story began. Even if you aren't familiar with the tooth fairies origin story you've likely heard of her or encountered a kid like kill ribs who's perhaps a little overly excited to earn some dough. The folklore dictates that when a child loses a baby tooth. They should place it under their pillow at night. And when the awake the next morning they'll find their loss tooth has been replaced with a small amount of money. A courtesy of a magical and seemingly enamel obsessed sprite. I'm like Santa Clause and the Easter Bunny. The tooth fairy has somewhat enigmatic history. Kill Grove said. I was surprised that the tooth fairy is a comparatively new legend. She started to take off with the boomer generation getting paid for their teeth and was cemented in encyclopedias and the media with genetics and while other childhood characters typically have roots and religious. Traditions says quote the secular tooth fairy is really a modern invention. So who is this mysterious mythical creature and why is she so dead set on swapping baby teeth for cash? We also spoke by email with Dr Sowell Colombo d. m. d. of the little royals dentistry for kids in Jupiter Florida. He said some have suggested that the story of the tooth fairy dates back to north traditions from the thirteenth century. When it became a tradition for tooth fee to be given to a child when they lost their first baby tooth the more modern tooth fairy as we know it was first referenced in an editorial from Chicago Daily Tribune in one thousand nine hundred eight. Which at that time. Valued the tooth fairies contribution at five cents compared to an average approaching four dollars a tooth today so kill grove pegs. The popularity of the tooth fairy to the childhood of the boomers and Colombo dates the characters birth back to twelve hundreds. But there's a third possibility writer and publisher Michael. Kingston explained any twenty fourteen piece for salon. That the legend really took off in the nineteen seventies when a woman named Rosemary Wells took it upon herself to thoroughly research report on the tooth fairies. Saga Kill Group said. Dr Wells was a professor teaching scientific writing at northwestern. University dental school in the nineteen seventies when she realized there was little information about the origin of the tooth fairy legend. She worked on tracking down the origin and surveyed Americans on their tooth fairy practices for twenty years before starting small museum in her home dedicated to the tooth fairy. Kingston said I love when people accidentally become world experts on something and Rosemary. Wells is a great example of this. She asked a simple question followed her curiosity and ended up with private museum in her home dedicated to the tooth fairy. How do you not root for that? As Winston writes the tooth fairy is a relatively recent creation but quote rituals surrounding tooth loss. Date back much further than that. He points out that every single recorded human culture has some sort of traditional practice centered around the disposal of lost baby teeth and researcher be townend broke down the various rituals in an article in the British Dental Journal in Nineteen Sixty three titled the Non Therapeutic Extraction of teeth and its relation to the ritual disposal of shed deciduous teeth town and said that cultures tend to do one of nine things throw the tooth into the sun in to fire between the legs onto or over the roof of the house. It in a mouse hole. Bury it hide it. Place it in a tree or on a wall or have the mother child or an animal swallow it. Americans however spun the legend in a unique way blending and augmenting existing traditions to result in benevolent fairy who rewards the dental milestone with money and instant points out the tooth fairies star rose at a time when Disney was introducing tynan cuddly characters. Who are perfectly in line with the tooth fairies sweet and supernatural image if you're a parent and unsure of how to handle the tooth very topic with Your Young Tot Colombo has a suggestion. He said we encourage parents to call tooth fairy hotlines for the first tooth lost as well as remind them to put the tooth under the pillow. So the tooth fairy can work their magic and yes. Googling tooth fairy hotlines does turn up all sorts of helpful results including APPS and local office voice mailboxes. And if you're curious how much the tooth fairy is doling out. Nowadays researchers found that the national average was up to four dollars and sixty six cents as of two thousand sixteen almost eighty percent higher than the average in two thousand eleven which was around two dollars and sixty cents. But if you're a freaked out and frugal parents. In twenty twenty you can breathe a sigh of relief. A twenty eighteen study found the national average dipped back down to three dollars and seventy cents so despite the impact of inflation it appears even the tooth fairy has her monetary limits.
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"Neighborhood let's bring in Zack foster would be found for us yeah this comes out of the Tahoe daily Tribune and conservationists are trying to block the expansion of the Lake Tahoe ski resort squaw valley they say that it is the developer that's working on this expansion is trying to hide the impacts of the project in terms of the mountain environment and the traffic slowing congestion problems I could go in and out of the area all I know they're trying to do some widening projects and some you know just better traffic pattern planning up there to try to get traffic in and out of Tahoe a little bit easier right so what where is this are they in public meetings or what's going on yeah so they're actually in legal action trying to block any further development with the city right now but what it looks like is that they are they're going after an environmental element when it comes to fire so they say that this is such a fire dense area that this increase in traffic from this development would because big hindrances with evacuations and squaw valley says that the their opponents have over estimated or over you know talked this the risk and danger here and they say that they're working with fire officials to make sure that they the project is safe all right thank you very much back all right there's a growing trend in Europe that's catching on in America teaching young children to meditate more on that and he's ninety three point one KFBK live everywhere on the I heart radio app Boyce's.
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"Tahoe daily Tribune and the dates for the eco summit road closure are being pushed back from September to October is that right so our last week we cover this extensively and having some work they having public meetings in a couple different locations about the whole event where you try to inform people yeah when the closures would take place and this gets dangerously close to ski season right and you're looking at two lanes of fifty at echo some of that would be shut down I believe which would impact roughly towering above in a big way exactly and that and this comes this this new updated date now is it's going to be October eighteenth is the new day and they say it's actually because they not because of anything that was said at the meetings is actually because they didn't receive some of the key pieces they need to repair all YC it has to do more with material yeah okay thank you thank you Zack I I I think I know the answer to this question but I'm going to ask did you watch any NFL football I did actually we watched we watch the lions game and I watch my husband he's a big lines fans I watched him go crazy at the end of that game and it is hi did he suffer he's he suffers ever since I'm not everything else. no what we watched forty Niners bright part is an interesting story this morning apparently a lot of seats were empty this is the NFL's one hundred season right and there were a lot of seats empty in a lot of stadium that's interesting you know I also read that they are the NFL for the television viewers are trying to change their formatting and have fewer commercials all right you know they do that split thing now what commercials right which they do a lot of sporting events I know they do it for golf because I watch log off but I like it yeah people had been complaining they were just too many spots any commercials known and they're trying to you know help help the fans out at least the ones at home the ones in the stadium and those who are suffering yeah for suffering like I'm four lines fans out there all right a the new way schools are finding out about troubled kids the clues are on the phones of administrators have a locally developed app is making.
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"Partly sunny day with highs in the mid to upper nineties currently it is sixty five in Sacramento at news ninety three point one K. if the K. get the news from your neighborhood let's get his act right now he scores local newspapers across the region every morning for us and he finds the headlines that are out there what if you found this morning I have something out of south Lake Tahoe that I think is kind of an interesting story it's being reported in the Tahoe daily Tribune and this is out of the king's speech area yeah and hotel worker who was just taking out the trash was in for a big surprise when she found or he we don't know actually found a hair found a bear in the dumpster so is the baby bear that had climbed into the dumpster in the late had closed on top of it okay and that normally this would be an issue except mom was present. no you don't get between mama and baby bear advance out early so what in the world how did they do so how to get the baby out yeah sheriff's department was called and they they propped the top of the dumpster open okay and put in kind of a makeshift ladder and then allowed the bears balloon maybe there then crawled up the ladder yet to climb out and they allowed the siblings to be involved in the rescue and let it kind of go down as involved with that so there's can problem yeah that was good and smart use of that letter nice little fun drama behind that restaurant yeah exactly. all right thank you very much sack a boy this is just an awful story out of southern California at least twenty five people presume dad after yesterday's both fire this was a dive boat off the coast of southern California people were sleeping three thirty in the morning a fire on board we're going to go down to southern California for a live update on the investigation. what would you like to news ninety three point one K. to investigate text KFBK at five one eight eight one..
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"I'd say one of the primary fronts. Oh on which conservatives must fight must continue. The fight is this notion that there is an unbiased media out there, and it's all just fine and conservatives are whining about this. Or they make a big deal out of nothing. And yet every day, it seems there's yet another instance, another story and other thing that happens that just proves the media's even more left wing in its bias than we had previously thought. Right. It just you just have more and more evidence of this that it is an overwhelming echo chamber of left wing sentiment ideology. And. And emotions, and this is one of the one of the funnier ones that I've seen recently. So John James who is a former fighter pilot. He is running for Michigan. Michigan Senate and he's actually making a race of it. You know, people aren't really spending a lot of time talking to this. When you have an African American Republican former fighter pilot. I mean, this guy compare this guy for a moment in terms of his star appeal everything goes to Beethoven, and you're like, okay, Vado, married rich, and now wants to be a national politician along the lines of John Kerry, like figure without even John Kerry's military service. John James is a but kicking former fighter pilot African-American, very genyk. Very charismatic guy. Why have you not heard of him? I mean, a lot of you have heard of. But you know, what? I mean, why have you not heard of him more? Why isn't this a bigger story? Well, this just goes to the overall buys, but this is classic. I mean, this is this is really one of these things where you know, you gotta just go through life now pretty much assuming if you're in an office at least probably at home too. But if you're in an office that everything you say could get caught on a live, Mike, and in this case, it's a live telephone. So a reporter named Brenda battle who is a reporter for the Huron daily Tribune called on Monday to set up an interview with James after the midterm election. So that they could of course, talk about what happened, right? No one really knows in advance. But they want to set this up anyway. And it's just so funny because what you have here is the encapsulation of the liberal media. I know there's just one reporter, but it's symbolic. It's emblematic of so many of these. Reporters in how they really think how they cover things and all the rest of it. And you know, she she starts she's when she's leaving her message. This is on a voice member of this is a voicemail from this reporter to John James's campaign trying to set up an interview with him. And she goes from like neutral reporter lady voice to just what she really thinks. And the mass drops you get to see who really dealing with here. And this voicemail. I think it's pretty hilarious. Please play clip three. Hi, my name is Brenda battle. I'm a reporter with hearing daily Tribune in bad axe. Michigan looking to set up an appointment with Mr James for some time on Wednesday for a phone interview regarding the election results, I'm probably going to send an Email over to the John James for Senate dot com. Listen details if you'd like to call me back my net. My number is nine eight nine. Thank you. Her. Jeez. I don't think it's going to happen. Man, if he beats you're not skinny. Happy and Brandon battle. I like she's so she's so Michigander with the little the midwestern accident, you know, the whole big man beats your Guinea hip in. Oh, man. Br Brad what do you think that? I thought I thought it was great. She goes from sweet sweet Michigander local news, lady H, one is set up interview with John James to all of a sudden, she switches into like a beep beep. Those settlements means stuff about him. You gotta be careful with those open mics or open phones. And just wait a moment. Make sure you're hung up. Yeah. I mean, it's it's pretty funny. I I will say this. I heard today that I heard today that she was fired. And I think that that's harsh. I don't think she should get. It was an accident. I don't think that she should get fired. She didn't say she didn't say anything like racist or terrible. She doesn't want the guy to win. I actually don't have a problem with that in the sense that I know that journalists are very opinionated. And politically engaged in fact, most journalists are really activists they're not they shouldn't be described as journalists if you're going to say that that's a neutral a neutral term. I mean, most journalists are very ideologically motivated. That's why they do what they do. So I have no problem with that. I think she should just come out and say, well, you know, what I want to be an opinion journalist. Now, I want to be honest. But we're, but, you know, people say, oh, well, she can't do that. And that's a and look, I know it's a bad look for the here on daily Tribune. Although honestly, this is the most national press that you're on daily has gotten ever probably. So it's I think it's hard to fire. Yeah. Maybe suspend her a few days. I I don't know if she was fired. I was told that today by friend who's a reporter. So I I don't I don't agree with that. Because what she said she thought she was off Mike, she didn't say anything terrible. So she doesn't like she doesn't like this candidate. Guess what? I don't like a lot of democrat candidates that are running including some that I've interviewed. Yeah. I shouldn't on an open mic say, you know, bleep bleep bleep. I hate that candidate. But doesn't make me a bad. It wouldn't make me a bad guy. If I did. So I've kind of a different take on this other people. But this then brings us back to a theme this hour on the show, which is they just need to be honest about this the person who is saying. Yeah, I just went ahead of views brand new battle. Know Winston gets Guinea happy. And you know, I don't think that she is in a position to be objective. She should just say that am, you know, Brenda battle democrat journalist, and you know, I'm covering things from that perspective that why is that so anathema to people she still has to use facts. She's still asked to report things accurately and truthfully Hurrell show have no credibility. So I I believe in a total revamp of this. I think that the only the truth is I believe the only journalism is opinion journalism. We just need to come to grips with that. That is reality. It doesn't necessarily mean advocacy journalism. That's even a little step young. But at least opinion journalism. Yes. Who are you? What party? Are you familiar with ideologically? Where are you honesty on that, which is really just transparency when we're talking about the media? I think that would go a very very long way, and I'm an advocate of it. But anyway. Brings you. What can happen? What could happen is? She gets fired. Unfortunately. News Radio decision. Twenty eighteen special report. President Trump may have a harder time getting his agenda passed now that a divided government is back after tonight's.
"daily tribune" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Are moving quickly through an election day show. Joe wants to comment on our prior conversation about how many ballots have been turned in were over the two million Mark in Colorado. Democrats hold about a ten thousand ballot lead as of right now. And what was your comment there? Joel. Yes, ma'am. Thank you for taking my call. Mandy was deeper for about three weeks. Just got your check of what this place. Where Where'd you move from Texas? So now, we're going to keep it's now we're going to Chit chat for a second. It's from I moved from new raffles from. Yeah. From philadelphia. So give new braunfels the home isn't new braunfels the home of shiner Bock. No, that's shiner, Texas. Dang it. Yeah. Now, the quarter schlitterbahn. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. But I was just gonna say, you know, most Republicans right now, they're still works. I mean. Thank you. We all know that Democrats really don't work. You know, what I gotta tell you. I'm glad you're here from Texas. We need you to balance out the California contingent. Yes, ma'am. That's why. Yeah. If you could make that happen. I'm glad you found the show. Joel. Yes, ma'am. You have a good day. Appreciate it very very much very very much. So imagine this imagine a reporter is assigned to reach out to a candidate for office to schedule a kind of a, you know, a quick interview the day after the election kind of that post-election wrap up like, for instance, tomorrow congressman Ken bucks going to be on our show kind of Chit chatting about the way things go and she left a message, which is perfectly fine. Right. I mean, everybody does that except she left a message, and she forgot to hang the phone up. All the way it goes like this in Michigan. There is an African American Republican running. So he's like a unicorn an African American Republican. I'm lying about that. By the way, I know a significant number of African American Republicans. They're out there. So John James is running against who's he running against, you know, Dave, I forgot to to look at this. It's a chick. I know it's a chick. But since I don't live in Michigan. I don't really care that much about who is running against. But this woman decided to call her name is Brenda battle. She is. Or was a reporter with the Huron daily Tribune in bad axe. Michigan. I like to live in a place called bad. Axe? Wouldn't you where do you live bad axe? I'm sure it's cool. But what's it called that acts love that? But let me just play the message that Brenda battle left for John James now, you have to understand there's some dialog. Then there's some pauses. And then there's some dialog. Then there's some pauses then there's a beep, then there's some dialogue. So just hanging until the end. I'll tell you when it's over go ahead. Dave. Hi, my name is Brenda battle. I'm a reporter with the hearing daily Tribune in bad axe. Michigan looking to set up an appointment with Mr James for some time on Wednesday for a phone interview regarding the election results, I'm probably going to send an Email over to the John James for Senate dot com. Listen details. If you'd like to me that my not my number is nine eight nine. Thank you. But did she hang up? If you beat her Jesus. That was. I don't think it's going to happen. And that is MS battle who by the way is now formerly of the Huron news because as soon as this story got out, and by the way, it was let Al by the candidate. And they let it out not just be like oh poor us, but they went out to say. And by the way, she she's running against Debbie savvy now, so it'd be wonderful if he wind because she's a a dimwit and as soon as they they let it out to demonstrate the kind of media that they have been dealing with in Michigan since he announced his candidacy and how just patently unfair. The media has treated in this entire time, by the way. You heard beep John James, it was really f- John jams effing John James effing, John James only. She said the real word don't real word. I, you know, have you ever done anything like this? Dave accidents, not hung up the phone. I have one time, and I have never been so happy in my life that for once in my life. I didn't have any smart ass commentary to leave at the end. And it was someone that I did not have a super relationship with before accident left. This message, but their relationship actually, improved after I left this message because someone I called to ask task a question about a business related matter that I needed taking care of an after I thought I hung up someone came in and said are you on the phone with this other person? And I said, no I had to call. So and so to try and get some some resolution on this problem and the name. A comment that you couldn't hear on the message. And I said, no, I'm pretty sure he's going to take care of it is usually really good about that. So it was a complimentary thing about this person that I did not have a great relationship with. So it did not bite me in the kazoo. He called me back the next day and said, oh, you left. You didn't hang up yesterday. I went into a full flop sweat immediately. I'm sitting there going. What did I say? What did I say what I say? And I went, oh, what did I say immediately? Their sweat pouring down my face like that seen an airplane. And and he goes, oh, it was funny. Any played it for me. And I went oh. Oh, thank you, Jesus that that was all I said that no smarty pants commentary came out of my mouth. Yes. So you could use this as a weapon, I just thought you could make believe you accidentally left, and then say some things that you want convey, but you don't have the courage to actually say now, I'd rather saying nice things so negative that I have something that I'm that motivated to say I'd rather tactfully try and explain what if you wanted to say something nice. That's a more effective way to say something. You say something. Nice. That's that's nice. But if they hear you say when they're not around it. Yeah. That's very true. If you overhear somebody talking about you, you're much more likely if they're telling the truth that if they're saying to your face, so you could use this. That of course, I I would I would not want to do this. I can do it. All you lied. I I'm too nervous about stuff like this. I'm always paranoid. I'm gonna dial somebody when my sister. Oh my God for like three years. My sister would me on a regular basis. And so we'd have the entire voicemail time of my sister's like this like. And of course, I would listen to the whole thing to see if she said anything bad about me. But I'm not I'm not gonna lie. I had a healthy level of paranoia. Even with my family members. I bet John Morrissey does too..
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"Our new overlords. They're going to be fantastic. There is I've been sick for years. The only thing that could happen that would make this more crazy. And I don't think anybody would blink is if all of a sudden an alien spacecraft a beard above earth. And here's a story from NBC news hanging alien spacecraft. Maybe above her noticing. Well, what's happening in congressional district? Twenty one. It's amazing. Oh my gosh. Okay. Can I play a couple of things I wanna play a reporter from the Huron daily Tribune? She's leaving a message for Senate candidate John James who's great, by the way. Wins. He's got an uphill battle here. But he's got a shot and Michigan he pulled it off. So now, here's a here's a reporter who just wants to get a comment from the candidate just would love to get a comment. Well, she hangs up the phone, and she doesn't realize that the machine is still recording. So his his answering machine is still recording. As she decides. She's got a few more things to say about him. Listen if he'd like to call me back my net. My number is nine eight nine. Thank you. Terror. Jeez. John, jay. She's whispering hard to hear. She's just. I don't think it's going to happen. I think it's gonna happen. Journalists journalists getting a comment writing the story that pissed off as soon as she hang us hangs up the phone that John James might win. And she hasn't. She cheat. She hasn't she hadn't even talked to him. Now. I mean, she's going into the interview pissed off. Yeah. Exactly. I do you. Keep your job. She will he keep your job as a journalist doing that. I mean because it's one thing to say something into slip up. I mean, this is a really bad. You rather have that though? She rather have that is the byline just says instead renamed the lady who said f off. Yeah. I mean, you know, at least, you know, who they are at least, you know, who they are why like opinion people because you know, we know where we stand by. We're going to like smaller government, we're gonna like conservative principles. That's kind of where we come from. So you can judge fares. But we're saying the same thing here. I mean, I like the reporter who's supposed to be fair and balanced. I mean, I just I don't know how you could have her on at least you can't have her on politics anymore. Can you ever ever? Write another story about a Republican. Did you see the did you see the story about this racist ad that Donald Trump was running? Yeah. I've seen a lot of reporting about though. No. So I didn't think the ad was racist at all. Now, it's it happens to be inaccurate. The guy actually got out under I think Bush, and so it's it's misleading and inaccurate and that's different than racist. But I was reading a story today on from Brian Stelter from CNN drives me out his mind, and he's got three paragraphs all hyperlinked to everybody's opinion about how racists this thing is, but no hyperlink to the ad. And I thought how interesting how very interesting that you hyperlink to other opinions about it. But you won't hyperlinked to the ad that way, what you don't get to make your own opinion of it or he was just assuming that everyone. Everyone has seen this racist ad, but it's three paragraphs of of ranting about how racist it is. And when I Finally I finished reading that never like what you're talking about a go over and I'm looking at it. And I'm like I've seen that ad that had with an exception of being inaccurate. It's not racist. It's just an ad about criminal, right? But the criminal is the criminal is sitting in court and he's killed police officers. And he's like, yeah. If I get outta here. I'll kill more. He's very flippant. And really, it's it's bad. It's bad. He's sitting in court. Yeah. I killed him. Yeah. Get out of here. I'm going to kill more of them. It's really not good. We have we have the add. Can we listen to it? Yeah..
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"For years. The only thing that could happen that would make this more crazy. And I don't think anybody would blink is if all of a sudden an alien spacecraft a beard above earth. And here's a story from NBC news, hang an alien spacecraft. Maybe above her noticing. Well, what's happening in congressional district? Twenty one. That's amazing. Oh my gosh. Okay. Can I play a couple of things I wanna play a reporter from the Huron daily Tribune? She's leaving a message for Senate candidate John James who's great, by the way. He's got an uphill battle here. But he's got a shot and Michigan great if he pulled it off. So now, here's a here's a reporter who just wants to get a comment from the candidate just would love to get a comment. Well, she hangs up the phone, and she doesn't realize that the machine is still recording. So his his answering machine is still recording. As she decides. She's got a few more things to say about him. Listen if you'd like to call me back my net. My number is nine eight nine. Thank you. Jeez. John, jay. She's whispering hard to hear. He's just. I.
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"I won't be. I won't be surprised. Now, there is a story that is coming out right now out of Michigan. And I want to I want to play it Kurt. I'm gonna send it to you to give it a listen to to see if it needs any editing at all this is kind of amazing now in Michigan. You've got a Senate race where you've got John James Republican running against Debbie stabbing. Now, the longtime incumbent Senator the Democrat John James served in the military. John James is black. John James is everything that the media would be talking about twenty four seven three sixty five. If he wasn't just one of those dastardly Republicans. But since he is you don't hear his name. At all you take a look at realclearpolitics take a look at where that Michigan Senate race is right now. And it'll tell you that stabbing. Oh is up huge accent not? Just a few days ago. It was stabbing. Oh, plus thirteen the latest Paul Mitchell research eight hundred twenty seven likely voters three point four margin of error stabbing. Stamina up three. Listen, I think that John James still has a mountain to climb there. Anything is possible. I just don't know about probable well. He got a phone call. Did John James from Brenda battle a reporter with the Huron daily Tribune in bad axe? Michigan. She said I'm looking to set up an appointment with Mr James or some time on Wednesday for a phone interview regarding the election results, I'm probably going to send an Email over to your Email. Just some details if you'd like to call me back, my number is with the extension, and thank you very much. You gotta edit. It you would you do me a favor, which edit that please. Here's why you have to edit it. She leaves. This message and says please give me a call back. Thank you. And then doesn't hang up. She doesn't hang up the phone, and she starts talking to the person next to her. And she goes man, if he beats her, Jesus blanking, John James that would suck you. I don't think it's going to happen though..
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"We enjoy it The They tried so hard v left to make this a thing and to try to skew the, election. They and then when they, failed they decided that they wanted to go off on the electoral college whenever, something even though it's completely constitutionalists inherent to, the the structure of our country fails for. Them they, have they freak out and they want, to they want to change it or undermine it. Somehow that's how it always. Works Okay I want, to switch it up I share the story with. You from Washington free beacon Because you know the big thing right now is going back in time in. Twitter and trying, to punish adults. For things that they wrote in high school and middle school so now. Mizzou quarterback is, suffering the same fate university. Of Missouri quarterback drew lock. Was. Forced to apologise after a newspaper. Asked him about offensive tweets he sent in middle school They asked him about Offensive tweets that he. Sent in middle school Okay Really the Columbia daily Tribune who are who these. People let's I wanna know who this reporter is. Garrick Hi guys wanna. Look up, Garrick Hodge let's look up Garrick Hodge Garrick Garrick Hodge let's look up Garrick. I am fascinated oh boy we got him now So they, did the story. On The Columbia daily Tribune reported it received an Email from a reader pointing to several tweets on, the first on the first, team all, set all the quarterbacks Twitter. Account dating back to twenty eleven he was fourteen. Years old and, an eighth grade by the way I really don't think that teenagers belong on Twitter because adults do horrible. Crap like this to them later One of. The things he wrote one of the things he tweeted quote do black LA do black guys like, flaming hot Cheetos ha no, offense AFC, NCA black guys read the..
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"Second tweet he had like a couple of tweets. And they weren't. Really anything even remotely close to what Sarah Jong's were and so they they they they made them grovel Somebody some who is the, cool, is the absolute pansy That sent this to the Columbia. Daily Tribune who was the loser that was, out there. So jealous of drew lock that they're like I got I found. Some tweets he made when he was fourteen years old I'm going to go tell the newspaper wow You know it's probably someone who didn't even go to college and there are probably, flipping burgers, and living in their. Mom's basement you know and they were jealous and so they wanted to records career and the Columbia daily Tribune actually had the audacity. To run this as an actual news story why do? People hate the media example eleven defoliant. Into And so they went and they asked him about it They were like they wanted to, they wanted to they wanted to ask him about it And he, just he was a. Teenager on social media Garrick. Hodge by the, way actually was like people get over it, so good on Garrick Garrett good. On Garrick but. Why the hell even write about it People just need to get. Over it seriously, he was in eighth grade you epoch morons And so now everyone's trying to make him oh they he's got, to, apologize, and. He came out that I didn't intend to. Offend anyone with those messages, blah blah blah The fact that somebody anonymous like, tipped, off, the paper didn't have. To write about them at all but they did anyway so you know it's, kind, of, kudos He he publicized the tweets Garrick Hodge did but then he said, stop searching for offensive. Stuff especially when, they're teenagers stop it And You know what, the you know what this. Is a problem of this is a problem of people who want to ruin everyone's. Life people are horrible I am people are horrible. It just shows you how awesome Jesus says because I couldn't love you I'm sorry. There's no way People are horrible, they see somebody. Doing well and they, got a tear them down the people are jealous and insecure and they're awful week people sinful horrible people. And so. They want they. Decided to go after this college dude because of stuff he wrote when. He was. In eighth grade So. An eighth graders in particularly eighth grade boys Are there come on This. Is the problem though I. Think we're. Social media there's twofold. It's twofold. Over problem number one Social media tricks people into thinking that you have to. Update the. World on every aspect of. Your life and every time. The thought. Pops into your head. You don't Number two It's. Too, acceptable I I've always believed that kids should not be on social media Because adults are weird. And they put. Their, baggage on them and they attack them and it's just weird Now in some instances they are but I still you know I still I'm just like oh. Because not every teenager has the wherewithal to think this, is going to be something that stays with me even if I delete this tweet or this Facebook post this is going to be something that lives forever because the internet is forever And every bad decision every bad thing that they do as. They're at they're at the most impressionable points of their, lives is documented then they do it voluntarily and then it's used against them I. Think it's horrible to take something that somebody did when they. Were a teenager and use it against them as an adult That's crappy Adults. Are awful. They're awful And, that they were you know, like this and Sean Newcomb, and, what, does it. Washington nationals shortstop. Trae Turner all of these there were, teenagers when they were online and. This is the other thing parents know what your kids are. Doing online My kids are not allowed on social, media I've had weird really awful, horrible progressives, that have tried to set, stuff up and do you, know, they've, been that's. How bad people. Are I mean that's why I have, like we have to live my. Kids down because progressives out there hunt them But they're not allowed on. Social media and one of the reasons why is because there are people out there who think that it's. Okay to, hurt them because they dislike what their mom, thinks politically and also because you don't have great judgment when you're a teenager you don't have great judgment when you're in junior high why?.
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"Fyre and even george seems to have thought it was maybe that's overstating his mistake for one thing the election had been close closer than the ones in which gallup's poll said typically been reliable gallup's polls had also shown a close race heat only conducted two polls in october the month before the election they show dui ahead by five points at sounds fairly tight why would that inspire such confidence remember how seriously he was taken a pole at that time could simply be called a gallup to famous for his own good and gallup hadn't been alone and getting it wrong the other pollsters had two plus the chicago daily tribune trusted its washington correspondent arthur sears henning who consulted his gut and decided dui was his man gut feeling as we've learned is exactly reliable when the nights earliest election returns also agreed with the polls and with henning the article went to print but as the night went on results started coming in that contradicted hennings predict chen if he had been a data man like gallup he might have corrected as assumption instead he stuck with his gut and the papers kept going out with the wrong headline so was dui defeats truman really a condemnation of polling as an idea maybe it was a condemnation of putting too much faith in a few polls c in gallup's in 1840 book he goes out of his way to discuss the limits of his knowledge he was just building a foundation not the entire pyramid he had written it is not the purpose of this book to present a final and definitive statement of the uses and value of public opinion polls just out of their swab link close with their future development subject to shifts in adjustments public opinion polls will require new evaluations in the years ahead so the last person who would have expressed total confidence in gallup's numbers was gallup himself the polls are charting unmapped territory these are pages from a notebook of exploration.
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"It also so polite but it's so snarky hang it's really snarky in its them different from what we think of an ad today is that it's not at all what you would expect to see with two companies that are in in competition with one another uh and how went after singer for libel because you know singer at that point was not just that they were selling machines but that how was wrong and that he didn't invent these things and these were all you know part of a an ongoing legal battle so they kind of were really playing fast and loose with language you'll notice that houses very careful to only say things that are accurate and true and like come and see the certificate we half of the government but not at no point does he say you know and singers in any it or that he he's trying to steal ideas heat it's very carefully worded whereas singers is a little more hit your finger e singers is like this guy's a liar and he's stupid yes so that's why how when a singer for libel in the new york daily tribune as well there is also a a story about scientific american kind of printing they're like okay the libel thing it's the papers a little silly guys like they kind of would post these opinions on the state of affairs periodically kind of interesting singer kind of went on a personal crusade to discredit house claim to rights on the selling machine he would seek out machines and inventors that predated house work to try to prove that what how did was not original he went to europe and even china and the problem was the wording of house patent he had patented the combination of the shuttle and i pointed needle not just the invention of a particular element of the machine so his pom claim was pretty accurate nobody had patented that process all these different pieces of it had been pratin patented but not all put together correct.
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"How found a way to fight them which is that he sold half of his interest in his pen to george bliss who manufactured machines that he billed as house pen but they've actually had changed pretty significantly from house original design but even so the money that how made from this partnership funded his patten lawsuits of which there were many and he really went after singer with vigor he did not like him he sued other manufacturers but the suit against singer was the most combative and uh after a judgement though in house fever in a suit that he had brought against uh a group called leroux and 'blanche it other firms started to settle because they kind of saw the turning of the tied in that probably other judgements were going to fall in house favors so a lot of firms for just like how can we work this out of court yeah basically now that he had the money to do it he was winning yes an eighteen 53 adds suits were beginning to be settled how started selling his royalty licences he sold them to a lot of different groups of them elle along with his brother uh these licences let manufacturers use any part of the how patten in their machines and some of them were stamped with his name and patten information at some have been incorrectly identified as house machines at when they really weren't and his brother also manufacturing genes at this time was pretty successful at it so we're we really have two big players at this point how and all the people he's sold his royalty licenses to and singer yes and then inge on july twenty nine th of eighteen 53 to advertisements ram on the same page of the new york daily tribune.
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"Association and the state department of natural resources are introducing the 2017 collector's edition michigan ducts stamp and prince the michigan waterfowl stamp program was established in nineteen seventy six at has become popular with hunters conservationists and collectors around the nation proceeds from a stamp sales are used for projects that help conserve wetlands and other water fowl habitat and people living along the cheboygan river in northern michigan are working with the cheboygan county sheriff's office and the michigan department of natural resources to improve safety on the waterway the cheboygan daily tribune reports the cheboygan river preservation association wants to combat violations of no wake laws on the river by posting signs in place in flyers around the area about the laws planned radar weather mostly cloudy then sunshine for the afternoon a stray shower or thunderstorm possible high of about eighty two partly cloudy tonight low near fifty five mainly sunny for independence day pine eighty two that's lam news now on gan mark martin does your old deck grain ugly consider a face lift for your weather would deck with low maintenance as a pdc decking from finger we lumber your old would tech may look bad chances are that your deck structure was still sound the decks surface was the problem she.