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"david kay" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast

Not Another D&D Podcast

01:33 min | 2 months ago

"david kay" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast

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"david kay" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast

Not Another D&D Podcast

02:12 min | 6 months ago

"david kay" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast

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"david kay" Discussed on They're Terrified & Tipsy

They're Terrified & Tipsy

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"david kay" Discussed on They're Terrified & Tipsy

"It's just there and he lets out with this yell too and that's it we're done. That's i guess he's dead. Yeah let's get confirm later. But i assumed the abbey while we didn't know right now him but i guess maybe he went to the house. Is that why he got attacked. I don't get it. maybe whatever. It doesn't matter it's a real it. So karen starts doing some research on this little tasha boy and yahoo. She wasn't google. Npr who leaked it now throwback. I know she finds out that the original family that was in the house is where the father had killed his wife and son toshio. There's also an article about peter who threw himself off the balcony. You know when. I was looking at this article. I was trying to figure out why they would put his information on with this family killing it. Just because it's i mean. Obviously it happened relatively sure closer with they average other. Yeah but as far as anybody except for us is concerned they're unrelated stories right so it was like one storey repeated by the whole bill pullman. One and it's like it. Seems weird. That david kay weird that they were on the same page somehow as a good ten of the family massacre. I don't it was weird. It was weird. They made it convenient for us. To just scroll through the page. They wanted to be quick. Listen to be quick so they just decided to do one after another so we now see that the investigator who is watching the surveillance of susan's work cameras to kind of see. What happened to her. He sees a security guard in the black mist that forums into the person and then the shadow figures starts walking towards the camera and he watches as it passes the camera and then all of a sudden the black mist fills the camera screen asi to eyeballs pop out. Just stare at him. That was a real scary to me. I think so either. Did you jump at that. Point did not okay. Good yeah the is were. I wanna judged you hard if they were like the real is that the girl had that would mean far crappier than this weird like glowing weird light lights and lift dyke. Yeah i think he feels like there's somebody with him. I on the game because apparently all these things are done at night. Nobody works with partners. They'll work with individuals and they all stay well past actual working hours of the building. That's true i can't stand it back. Ok karen apartment. We see her writing a note to doug says that she had to go out in the she'll be back soon..

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"david kay" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

06:03 min | 2 years ago

"david kay" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"And thank you so much for all those kind words I appreciate it. You are a true friend of the PODCAST and I agree with you we may never mad we may be thousand miles away, but I think of you as a friend and I appreciate all the support As we say down south you're good people. Here's an email that I really appreciate. So I, just checked out set less than Bruce podcast for the, first time. I have to be honest I. Did it because Jesse? Charles, put this out together. I'm not really what you call a fan of Bruce Springsteen, the list songs that Charles listed as his favourite is pretty much. My word, my entire Bruce springsteen listen list. I didn't have cable as a kid so I didn't watch a lot of MTV but I was drawn to it when I had the opportunity. The only band that Charles I have in common as a favourite is the Beatles I love Van Halen and a lot of hair bands the eighties we are similar age I believe I was born in the late sixty. So I was a teenager in the eighties I'm where most of the band's he spoke of but not a true fan I love that music blind by the light because the passion the young man shows for his musical hero is the way I felt about the people in the bands that I can identify with them even though Asana personal choice a music. That movie almost made me a fan got falls apart though when we start doing deep cuts, keep up the good work guys. I look forward to hearing your feedback episode. I'll have to keep an eye on it for the list. Then David sins a second email. This is David Kay proper. By the way he sent a second episode saying I really did love the episode where Charles and Jessie talked because I feel like they have become friends over the years I know it's odd to speak of people you've never met as friends, but I listen to you all every week. Your doctor who podcast that the recent podcast series she did about the watchman are a must listen whenever the opportunity presents until you to did the spot guests another I thought never thought about listening to it. Reminds me of my time in the military I was not what you call a great gung soldier I worked in communication. This job led me to a lot of downtime for me and a few worked with could talk about things that we enjoy. There was not a great deal of overlap. Whoever we became great friends and will learn about things that had not been exposed to on our own. For instance, one of my closest buddies took me to the rat on YouTube movie and I own a copy of that. Now, I treasure the memory I felt like I was in the middle of another one of those conversations, these conversations what got me through a military service you guys got me through as at work on our troops and the current lockdown. That same buddy also got me into comic books unfortunately for the overlap between me and you guys are. Marvel Fan. I never watched twin peaks my musical tastes the Subaru. Eccentric You guys feel like I could walk in and sit down and room with the two of you and discuss whatever for hours on end and enjoy it even though it wasn't my personal favorite subject keep up the good work. Thank you. David Kay proctor thank you David I appreciate it. By the way. David has also agreed to join me on the PODCAST and a couple of weeks. Some very excited about that. nother. Pizza feed-back Roger Winter. Sent me an email saying my first concerts were on the born in the USA tour in July nineteen, eighty, five, I was sixteen I went to Wembley and leads. round park on consecutive days. In my traveling from Birmingham on the train save for months and months to finance the trips. It was utterly magical and changed my life. I was very shy lad who wouldn't say, boo to a goose I remember standing on the hill at round. Hey scoffing at the picnic burke grade in standing up to dance blocking their view made them stand up to dance to. My verse recent concert was Coventry a couple of years ago I went when my wife this time. I was so excited because my tickets said row a, it was right at the back and we were set slapped behind. A beer cellar couldn't see a thing Karma I suspect. Cheers Roger. Thank you Roger that was a great story I appreciate it and you're right. It probably was Karma. As always I appreciate any feedback you guys want to share me. It is so. Important. I I just WANNA. We are coming up as I record this, it's the end of July in September I am having. the fifth anniversary of the PODCAST September will be five years I'm doing the podcast so I definitely want I'm going to be doing some fun things for the month. I'M GONNA, end this with thanking my patrons Mary Terry Dale. Anna Steve Holly and Chris. You guys kick in a little money every month you help me take care of some of the expenses on podcast and it is greatly greatly appreciated if you. Want to join me. And you know these other patrons and Support the PODCAST, it's easy to do go to our patron page look up at there's all kinds of levels and from each level you have different benefits You can help me as little as one dollar a month, and that really does make a difference. you can go to are settlers, Bruce Store, where you can buy a set listening press shirt or mask..

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"david kay" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"david kay" Discussed on KGO 810

"She started on Twitter and said, Worst night of my life. You were at least 12 times in tweets that had been deleted recently. I'm It sounds to me like there's some real personal stuff here. Yeah, Every time san is that it's a very bitter split within the family. She was very concerned, apparently about The political direction on that her uncle was going in, among other things, so You know, she just way don't know some of the things that you're asking because she has not said publicly. Any of this. Yes, there were these tweets, which, by all accounts to be hers for publisher is not Pushed back on the idea about countless hers there deleted, But you're there in San Francisco, so your audience may know that's already but there is a way on Twitter. Apparently he certainly what case when I was him up to find tweets that air deleted. So if you delete your tweet sanfrancisco, they're not really deleted. As far as I can tell from my reporting, unless you delete your account, maybe then they're deleted, but You can still search for them in a certain way, So maybe sorry. Listeners know about that. Um, you know, I don't know. I'm on Twitter all the time. And I thought when you deleted it, I mean, Twitter still hasn't Unless somebody got a screenshot of it. I thought it was gone. There is a list of our tweets trumps deleted, telling you something a little bit of backstory of my reporting. I wasn't sure I figured that there was a way to read them in archived way. For example, she has a website. About a company she created, which has been deleted. In that case, you know, there's a website called archive dot or which has what's called a way back machine. And if you type in a deleted less site that what site called the Web all the time and captures No bless tights and then once been deleted often times you go distiller site and you can see what's been deleted so least our tool that I as a reporter, in addition to interviewing Her colleagues her reading court documents. You know, I have a way you know that I've certainly tried to find things that someone deleted them. Is there a way to still find them. So it's just something I think is I mentioned it to you. Because people may think Hey, I deleted that, and it's not actually deleted. So you know, I want to ask you a question. David Kay Johnson on the show yesterday, and he has a trump biography and You know, it's funny, he said. I don't I don't hate the man. I feel bad for the guy. To be honest with you. I have strong feelings about his enablers. What Trump seems to me to be like a broken record, literally that Justo are scratched record that when you put on the term table just never sounds right, and everybody pretends it sounds great or the person who has the clothing on everybody says Oh, that looks great when it really does. From your reporting. And now you know is this We wait for the publication of this book and and just, you know, just what's what's going on in the world right now. I mean, he's obviously is His ego and his desire to be something that he's not has put the country in harm's way with his control of the pandemic. And the response. Do you? Do you find an inn? It's a personal question. You have to answer it, but You know you wrote this book. And as you go through this to get a sense in some way that we look back on this guy as ah, not so much a associate path, but a tragic sort of figure is that possible? Well, your rescue me mean David Cay Johnston. I don't know. Firstly, it all. He's an independent author who can save his opinion in a way that I was a reporter for The Washington Post. I don't write editorials. I try to do really hard reporting what's going on so You know, you're asking me a question to make a judgment how history will judge him. You know, the country have chance to go to elect him or kick him out of office. You know, a second time. You know, it's for reelection matter..

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"david kay" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"david kay" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Eight David Kay okay way newsradio eight fifty AM at ninety four one FM well it's the last day of spring up beautiful day the drive looking pretty good we do have one crash so what's found on our seventy approaching Peoria that was back in your fight to R. two twenty five and chairman of I. two twenty five north bound all the way back to Smith wrote the rest your drive looking pretty good but don't forget the ramp northbound southbound on I. twenty five to C. four seven are closed for construction and not scheduled to re open until eight o'clock this morning fox thirty one pinpoint weather mostly sunny and nice a high near eighty five an overnight low near fifty eight in Denver now fifty one degrees this report is sponsored by wing stop where flavor gets its wings the the whole crew with wing stops new all in bundle for nineteen ninety nine with six crispy juicy tenders and sixteen boneless wings sauced and tossed in up to four flavors plus a large fry in three dips it's the only way to go when you want to go all in on flavors see we stop dot com for its restrictions and details I'm bill Jones gateway newsradio live everywhere on the I heart radio app hi it's my grace there's a silent disease affecting over twelve million Americans more than all types of cancer combined it's called P. A. D. short for peripheral artery disease and its symptoms may include poor lower limb circulation numbness resting leg pain skin discoloration and sores that won't heal left untreated P. A. D. can result in a limb amputation and shorten life expectancy the good news is that modern vascular of Denver has opened in Thorton modern vascular has helped thousands of patients treat their PhD using innovative minimally invasive outpatient procedures and now they can help.

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"david kay" Discussed on 5 Minute Dharma

5 Minute Dharma

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"david kay" Discussed on 5 Minute Dharma

"Going forward of using my own translation of the Buddhist scriptures. But encourage you to check my translation with others. Let's return to the Buddhist first discourse on the setting in motion the wheel of the Dharma. The Buddha said now this is the noble truth of the path that leads to the ending of unhappiness. It is simply this noble eightfold path that is. Right perspective, right motivation, right speech, right, conduct right, employment, rate, effort, raise, awareness and right concentration. Today want to just focus on right perspective. Right perspective is usually translated as right view. Right view is twofold a mundane right view and a super mundane you. Super Mundane right view is the understanding of the four noble trues. Since we've already dealt with them. We want to deal with the mundane right view. All of us all perspectives, all understanding happens within a mental framework known as a worldview. A worldview is according to the American Heritage Dictionary the overall perspective from which one sees and interprets the world. Everyone has a worldview whether or not they realized. You can't communicate without one. You can't even think without one. World views are glasses. There's something you look through not something you look at. And just like a pair of glasses they can help or hinder your vision of reality. As David Kay Nagao explains a worldview may be seriously at variance with reality and thus maladaptive. This why right perspective is listed first in the Eightfold Noble, path A wrong perspective can get you so tangled up in knots that there's no way to see reality as it truly is. Such a block distorts. Reality Hinders one from finding and following the True Path. James W sire has one of the most comprehensive definitions of a worldview. He writes. A world view is a commitment a fundamental orientation of the heart that can be expressed as a story or in a set of presuppositions. Assumptions, which may be true, partly true or entirely false? That we hold consciously or subconsciously consistently or inconsistently about the basic constitution of reality, and that provides the foundation on which we live and move and have our being unquote. Notice that it worldview can be held consciously or subconsciously. Normal guys learn and William Watkins asked. What is it? Everyone has no one can live without. Every important decision in life is made with and yet most people do not even know they have. The answer of course is a worldview. Now if that worldview includes a divine or sacred core than that worldview is a religion. If it doesn't then, it's not. Buddhism is a religion because it is a worldview related to the sacred. Word View includes a commitment to the Buddha, his teaching and his community. These are sacred in Buddhism holding a place of great importance, the commitment to the Buddha. His teaching is community is a fundamental orientation of the heart. Is expressed in the story of the Buddha and his awakening as well those those who awakened later. But is also expressed in the Buddhist scriptures as a set of propositions such as the four noble truths. It is the Buddhist teachings that informs our beliefs about the basic constitution of reality. It is also the Buddhist teachings that inform our way of life. But a worldview can be held consistently or inconsistently. There are many who tried to mix naturalism with Buddhism I used to. This leads to numerous inconsistencies. People are struggling to find a right perspective about meaning life and the nature of things.

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Right Perspective

5 Minute Dharma

04:21 min | 2 years ago

Right Perspective

"Going forward of using my own translation of the Buddhist scriptures. But encourage you to check my translation with others. Let's return to the Buddhist first discourse on the setting in motion the wheel of the Dharma. The Buddha said now this is the noble truth of the path that leads to the ending of unhappiness. It is simply this noble eightfold path that is. Right perspective, right motivation, right speech, right, conduct right, employment, rate, effort, raise, awareness and right concentration. Today want to just focus on right perspective. Right perspective is usually translated as right view. Right view is twofold a mundane right view and a super mundane you. Super Mundane right view is the understanding of the four noble trues. Since we've already dealt with them. We want to deal with the mundane right view. All of us all perspectives, all understanding happens within a mental framework known as a worldview. A worldview is according to the American Heritage Dictionary the overall perspective from which one sees and interprets the world. Everyone has a worldview whether or not they realized. You can't communicate without one. You can't even think without one. World views are glasses. There's something you look through not something you look at. And just like a pair of glasses they can help or hinder your vision of reality. As David Kay Nagao explains a worldview may be seriously at variance with reality and thus maladaptive. This why right perspective is listed first in the Eightfold Noble, path A wrong perspective can get you so tangled up in knots that there's no way to see reality as it truly is. Such a block distorts. Reality Hinders one from finding and following the True Path. James W sire has one of the most comprehensive definitions of a worldview. He writes. A world view is a commitment a fundamental orientation of the heart that can be expressed as a story or in a set of presuppositions. Assumptions, which may be true, partly true or entirely false? That we hold consciously or subconsciously consistently or inconsistently about the basic constitution of reality, and that provides the foundation on which we live and move and have our being unquote. Notice that it worldview can be held consciously or subconsciously. Normal guys learn and William Watkins asked. What is it? Everyone has no one can live without. Every important decision in life is made with and yet most people do not even know they have. The answer of course is a worldview. Now if that worldview includes a divine or sacred core than that worldview is a religion. If it doesn't then, it's not. Buddhism is a religion because it is a worldview related to the sacred. Word View includes a commitment to the Buddha, his teaching and his community. These are sacred in Buddhism holding a place of great importance, the commitment to the Buddha. His teaching is community is a fundamental orientation of the heart. Is expressed in the story of the Buddha and his awakening as well those those who awakened later. But is also expressed in the Buddhist scriptures as a set of propositions such as the four noble truths. It is the Buddhist teachings that informs our beliefs about the basic constitution of reality. It is also the Buddhist teachings that inform our way of life. But a worldview can be held consistently or inconsistently. There are many who tried to mix naturalism with Buddhism I used to. This leads to numerous inconsistencies. People are struggling to find a right perspective about meaning life and the nature of things.

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"david kay" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"david kay" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Salon owner Shelley Luther is back at work she thanks the governor for getting her out of jail early that's what people in position needs to do not to shut us out and say they're right he opened up the lines of communication got advice from a lot more people than who they call the experts they he went down to people in the trenches one of the first people to get a haircut from Luther was senator Ted Cruz deli when you stood up there you stood for Texans all across the state you stood for Americans all across the country who believe in liberty Luther sentence was reduced from seven days to to tomorrow hair salons in Denver open up it won't be typical but people will get their locks lopped again beginning tomorrow most hair salons will limit themselves to ten people meaning for stylists for customers and perhaps the front counter person and manager social distancing will be observed as much as possible with the obvious exception of the cutter and the cut T. most salons will require appointments be made no walk ins so it's a gentle re opening of hair salons and barber shops but at least the tattered the rag tag and the mangy will walk out with a clean look after all these weeks David Kay okay await news radio our next update is at twelve thirty I'm Susan would get on KOAA news radio eight fifty AM and is ninety four one FM have you learned the hard way that real estate agents don't all market homes the same well how in Jan had already moved out of their home in Alexandria they purchased a home out of state they call Jennifer young her team to help them game plan you know getting the home painted an updated well then they want to work.

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"david kay" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"david kay" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"There are no evacuations there is a high fire danger in southwest Colorado and the southern Sam Louise valley a red flag warning in effect into this evening for those areas now have gusty winds and low humidity combined with dry fuels and sports the three day NFL draft now over Denver GM John Elway on feeding the offense of roster we feel like we added cemex was knocked to the opposite side it at some speed to the opposite side because that's where we struggled the last three or four years on that I can help you decide put points on the board the Broncos drafted three wide receivers and a tight end in this year's draft our next update at twelve thirty David Kay okay away newsradio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM this is your station for what you need to know about coated nineteen coverage continues all weekend on KOAA news radio the voice of god around the world all four in plant you are with us Mike race here as we get going on a Sunday thanks to cousin Louie doing a great job is always from nine until noon Jack Corrigan said to come in a little bit later on from three to seven we are going to just start busy today we got a lot to cover and a lot of it's Broncos related after all the draft was yesterday of course and we're going to talk about that we're gonna talk about the Broncos in a couple of different.

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"david kay" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"david kay" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"The Humboldt Hey David Kay it did make me on and and just make a positive to me pause and consider reconsider every English what I would do from that point forward knowing that that that this has the potential but it's not just a system of self motivation but this actually can create some pretty intensifies let's go to Joe in Long Island New York I Joseph go ahead hi Eric I want to bring in a more secular question you were talking about Yangyang this might not really relate to magic per se but okay say someone was and we'd spread during college they try out for the Olympic team that may be one little laugh because then they go into a lucrative office job with it with the basically just sitting all year though they're making a lot of money that disturbs that previously Ying Yang they had with wanting now what would you say of using that example of disturbing your personal Yang Yang and how that might affect things well that's the nature of the question of awesome yeah so on on one hand there is something that's going from one extreme to the to the other and that's that that is the serving that can create on.

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"david kay" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"david kay" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Update at twelve o'clock David Kay okay way newsradio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM well when the conditions of partly cloudy skies begin to taper off in the weather's improving around town the drives looking pretty good as well five to twenty five in a take about ten minutes to get from I. twenty five up to I. seventy and then on I. twenty five gonna take you about fourteen minutes to get from Colfax up to one hundred and twenty eighth Avenue open high country Dr looking a heck of a lot better as well if you do see an axe and give us a call at the tip line three oh three seven one three eight six one nine fox thirty one pinpoint weather mostly clear this afternoon high near fifty to low tonight down around twenty eight thirty five right now this report is sponsored by mac the message liberty mutual insurance customers you're covered so you only pay for what you need is brought you by liberty mutual insurance where you can customize your coverage so you only pay for what you need liberty mutual insurance I'm bill Jones on KOAA news radio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM welcome back to all worth money matters Scott Hanson McClain and this dishware and some time on the cares act that was just passed so let's get back into some of the highlights of the Kerrs acts of eight let's go before we get into this before we buy the we never got into it I just think the oil oil twenty one Bucks a barrel when yet twenty one twenty two dollars a barrel right now right we think the frackers most needed fifty Bucks a stem it's the the the the the the business is what's happened if what's gonna happen in North Dakota about us.

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"david kay" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"david kay" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"David Kay thank you Marty home sales down in Summit County this summer as folks wonder about impending recession that area also affected by the Denver real estate market it's close enough in that market has slowed a bit as well the realtors association reports summit county home sales are anywhere down from ten to eighteen percent then a year ago listings are staying on the market longer as well but the summit daily reports experts see summit county in most of Colorado as resilient because of our diversified economy they may have started these kids lifting candy bars from seven eleven and now eight men are facing federal charges for running illegal TV and movie streaming services they call their services jet flicks and I stream at all Jed flicks had boasted offering one hundred eighty thousand pirated episodes and I stream at all claimed it offered more content than Netflix Amazon prime and voodoo combined the department of justice announced that the men behind the sites are being charged with violating federal copyright law conspiracy and money laundering resulting in the loss of millions of dollars by TV and movie copyright owners fills Hewlett NBC news radio finally you check into the hotel without shampoo and you leave with half a dozen of those tiny bottles just in case you need when you get home not anymore though because they won't be there anymore the world's largest hotel Ayn Marriott says it won't have little plastic bottles of shampoo conditioner and bath gel instead they'll have wall mounted dispensers Holiday Inn and high it expected to do the same thing in our next update estimates for GDP growth not as good in the second quarter is the first we'll have that at six fifty five with money news David ko ko a news radio thank you David coming up on Colorado's morning news and other democratic presidential.

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"david kay" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"david kay" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Developed different types of cancer school C. O. O. Leri sampler at this point we're not requiring any mass relocation of staff but we do have a plan in place for that if when we receive data about the building we need to make those decisions officials are focusing on an area called the west classroom they say prior testing for lead in the water and is best is in the area show the building is safe Southwest Airlines making some big decisions because of the Boeing seven thirty seven Max it was only a few days ago the three U. S. airlines that fly the seven thirty seven banks announced they were removing the plane from their schedules and tell early November but now Southwest Airlines says it will be January it's removing the Max from its schedule through at least January fifth and as a result of not having the plains southwest is pulling out out of Newark New Jersey it will focus its New York efforts on the Guardia airport and like stone ABC dance the Senate intelligence committee's report on Russian meddling in the twenty sixteen election finds extensive interference going back to twenty fourteen the long awaited sixty seven page report heavily redacted among its key findings is that the U. S. selections of systems remain vulnerable the report calls on Congress to provide additional funding for states to help secure the twenty twenty elections sports former Rockies great Troy Tulowitzki calls it a career the shortstop was a five time all star over ten seasons in Colorado Broncos first preseason game the hall of fame game one week from tonight against Atlanta Broncos training camp practice wrapped up Thursday some positivity from the head coach big Fangio said practice was noticeably better than Wednesday's tight end Jake but missed his fourth straight practice white out Dejan Hamilton also sideline dealing with a slight left hamstring pull but rookie wide receiver jawan Winfrey from C. was back on the field after missing last two practices run to the back on the practice field Friday at nine fifteen UCL training center Brandon Chris all K. we newsradio and the Rockies in the nation's capital today they are in the sixth inning tied three three with the nationals next updated four thirty David Kay okay away newsradio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM.

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News in Brief 25 June 2019

UN News

03:25 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 25 June 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. So they 'Lance technology should be banned. Immediately until effective, national or international controls put in place, a u n appointed independent rights expert said, on Tuesday, David Kay, who's the United Nations special rapporteur, on freedom of opinion and expression made the appeal as he prepared to present. His latest report to the Human Rights Council in Geneva, he highlighted that, while states were largely responsible companies appear to be operating without constraint to in a private surveillance industry free for all, according to the special reporter surveillance tools can interfere with human rights from the right to privacy and freedom of expression to rights of association and assembly, religious belief nondiscrimination and public participation. But they are not subject to any effective global, or national control. He said among these special reporters recommendations is an appeal to states to adopt domestic safeguards to protect individuals from UNLV. Awful surveillance in line with international human rights law nearly twenty thousand people have been rescued from the desert in Asia since 2016, after trying to reach North Africa and being abandoned by traffickers. The UN migration agency IOM said, on Tuesday, ten days ago, IOM found more than four hundred migrants in the tenor, a desert in south central Sahara, among them. Seven women and four children in Geneva spokesperson, Joel millman said that, although the migrant roots were not a secret, it was extremely difficult for rescuers to find the migrants whose trucks often breakdown or who are simply abandoned. We know that probably thousands of victims. There remains aren't even evident anymore because they're covered by sand or consumed by animals. We can only rely on luck I would say mostly in the ability to get resources. Marshalled sometimes local authorities can be very helpful. Sometimes resources are really stretched. So it's a big region. And we do our best with the knowledge we get on any given. Any given month in the latest rescue mission. Mr. millman said that migrants had come from fourteen west African countries mainly Guinea, Mali, and Cote d'ivoire of all of those rescued ninety eight percent opted for voluntary return to their countries of origin. He noted and finally to India, where the World Food Program or WFP has warned that despite progress in combating malnutrition, more than three and ten children are stunted in much of the country, according to WFP large numbers of India's at one point three billion, people do not get enough vitamin A on and IRA. Dean, especially women and children prolonged periods without an adequate diet can have an irreversible impact on a child's physical growth and brain development. The agency says this is despite the fact that India is self sufficient in food, grain production, and has seen a large increase in rice, wheat and cereal harvesting in a report published jointly by WFP and the Indian government. Assessing the country's progress towards achieving zero hunger by twenty thirty in notes that in the last decade. The body mass of Indian women and men, dropped by ten percent and fourteen percent respectively, while stunting has declined by one fifth in India in the last decade. It still seeing the slowest rate of decline of other emerging economies and most countries in Asia WFP, says Daniel Johnson, UN news.

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"david kay" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

08:28 min | 3 years ago

"david kay" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Why because women are passionate about. And if there's enough understanding, the correct decisions will with dozens of new cases every week their decisions that need to be made soon, and that is reported Elizabeth Cohen is going to be talking about that and the related story tonight with our guest, David Kay, Randall, and David Randall is a senior reporter at the Reuters news service in New York Times bestselling author of a number of works and his latest would be black death at the Golden Gate, the race to save America from the bubonic plague. It's published by Norton. David, thank you for being with us tonight. I don't think so much before we get into the story that you have told about something, I think that most of us to the extent that we were aware of it at all thought of. Oh well that was like the fourteenth century in Europe or something. We'll take a look at how much closer in fact, the plague actually was to this country today. But right now, just looking at at similar stories here measles, there have been other outbreaks of other diseases, not on the level of, of measles to this point. But diseases we haven't seen in this country in quite a while. That's quite troubling. Exactly, though, I think there it's very easy to say that a lot of these diseases, bad seems so terrifying, or you know, safely confined to the past, what we're learning with. And what we're seeing with measles is that it takes a lot, and it takes a lot of trust and public health, and it takes a lot of actions by public to maintain that level safety. It's not like we have, you know, some kind of an ability now we just have to continue making the public action that might seem a little bit more in a little bit obvious. But it's, it's on how easy it is to, to neglect. What seems obvious? Well, you know, measles smallpox all that stuff polio. That's all from a bygone era for pizza. We don't have to worry about those things anymore. We just come into this existence in our birthright, as an American is, we don't have to worry about that. Isn't that pretty much the attitude? Exactly. And what you're seeing if there are diseases coming back, that haven't been seen really in the general population since medieval times, and Los Angeles, there's a rat infestation at city hall, and a worker there. Came down with. These the spread by fleas and you'll see more and more clear born Ellis's as he's pulled back on Asian and other public health measures. There are, of course, various ways that we fight. They've things, there's obviously, fighting the conditions that breed them in the case of many diseases, of course, we're talking about diseases that are transmitted by rats and other vermin. There's also the issue vaccinations, and there's no getting around the fact that, that we are running into some severe resistance vaccination in parts of this country. Exactly one thing I really took away from working on the book about played is that they're, they're really parts of science and public health really needs to be hit. And one thing I was really struck by the focus that two characters really, really Personalizing encapsulate those two sides. You need the hard science side of apathy Miozzi, and how do you track it as how do you create a vaccine or medicine that'll treat it, but you also need the softer sciences persuasion. How do you get somebody to trust? And what you're doing that is correct. And it's helpful for them. And to take steps to not only protect themselves protect others as well. So we've done a very good job on the heart science side. It's the softer side. They're still needs to be more work done. One eight six six five zero jimbo's, our number one eight six six five zero five four six two six as we look at diseases. We thought were more or less in our past, which aren't necessary. -sarily and we're doing so in the company of journalist David Randall who has written a story that frankly is the story of an epidemic that could have been so so much worse. And had happened within the weather living memory of tiny handful of people still out there, one eight six six five zero JIMBO, as we talked to Sharon in crane, Missouri. The Sharon good evening. Welcome. Good evening, Jim. And Hello, Mr. random. I'm one of those individuals who still has a small pox vaccination scar on their arm. So. I know about that nations. But shirt. We have in this country. We have type it in Los Angeles. We have safety officers out there who have been infected because they are working with a population infected with type we have commercials his here that is resistant to antibiotics. We have Maizels we have numerous other diseases that are not being publicized, because we have ended up vigils who are coming into this country from other countries for vaccination is not practiced at all. And we are also having people come in from the southern border across the southern border who are now coming from Africa to Central America, and then coming up and crossing our border. Now, there are some diseases in Africa. That make the black plague almost look like me. And this is frightening as all get out. I do not know how you're going to speak to a population that one day are. They are scared to come out of the shadows, and they will not tell you that they are not back to native. They won't come out and get back. So there's a lot more to this problem than just mothers and fathers, who don't want back fake jokes. Interesting points, all the thank you very much. Sharon, the simple fact, of course, is that there are also the, there's the problem that, that used to be met in places like Ellis Island, for example of checking people coming into the country, who could be people carrying various deadly communicable diseases. And that's a problem. Exactly. And one thing you see, too is that anytime there's a public health crisis there, you know, there there's a vacuum deserting stat and people look for where's it coming from? And how do you protect against it? And one thing that cities across the country have failed at many ways is putting in the entry treatment and prevention as well. You know, plague for instances, very fast acting disease, you know, somebody comes down with three forty eight to seventy two hours until their dad. They don't have access to a doctor or the doctor in that place doesn't realize what he or she is looking out, then that's not a very big window to treat the disease or, or any other diseases any other disease as well. So, you know, we have a crisis of homelessness and Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Seattle other places. You have people who live in closer contact with rodents, squirrels that can be infected with flea-born diseases like plague. So this is something that's not just one of those stories in the past. I've oh look how look how lucky we are, that we voided those public health catastrophe a lot of the things that happen in the book in the fight against Vanek league and term Cisco at the turn of the twentieth century could easily happen again now to because as much as times, change people don't necessarily change. We'll come back and we'll talk some more about what is in the book black death at the Golden Gate. It is, as I say. It is actually despite that scary title. It's actually the story of something that could have been oh, so much worse. And we'll find out why it wasn't whether we were good. Or whether we were lucky with our guest, David Randall, the author of black death.

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"david kay" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"david kay" Discussed on KGO 810

"Afternoon. I'm Pat Thurston thing. I want to do is correct. Something I told you earlier that I believed it was the house Intel committee subpoenaed, Donald Trump junior. It is not it is the Senate intelligence committee who has issued a subpoena to Donald Trump junior sources are telling CNN that Trump junior is considering pleading the fifth joining us right now is David Kay Johnston. I want to before I bring him on. I want to give him a proper introduction. David Johnson is the founder and editor of DC report. He is a Pulitzer prize winning journalist, he's the author of seven books, including the making of Donald Trump. And most recently, it's even worse than you think what the Trump administration is doing to America his reporting persuaded to presidents to change their tax policies. Stop tax dodges that congress valued at more than two hundred and fifty. Eighty billion dollars in the first decade, alone and promoted the passage of many, federal and state laws and regulations that continue to protect us continue to protect people the Washington monthly calls. David Kay, Johnston. One of America's most important journalists, and he joins us now on the path Thurston show. David. Thank you so much for being with us this afternoon. I read your piece as soon as I heard this story of the broken the New York Times, I knew you were the guy I wanted to talk to and I'm not alone. You've been very heavy demand today. But you're the guy who knows a, you know, television shows in less than twenty four hours. I'm not surprised David Kay because you know, this stuff, and, you know, Donald Trump, and so you put them together, and you are invaluable to us. So okay. So the New York Times was able to get what eleven years of IRS transcripts of Donald Trump's taxes. This was a good bit of real true investigative journalism. So I think the biggest thing I want to ask you about. I is what's the biggest reveal UC? What do you find in? Here. Was there? Anything surprising anything that you think all of us need to know. Well, the size of the losses was much bigger than any of us imagined. We knew the Trump had been losing money. Not just the. People losses that you have is a real estate owner. Everybody gets and and we're well known, but the size of the losses from these other ventures one year the times points out Trump accounted for almost two percent of all the losses reported in the country. He's one person there's hundreds of millions of us, and he's almost two two cents out of the dollar. So the size of the losses is way out of proportion to his his business is the other thing is is very troubling one year, he reported one hundred ten times the interest income of just three years earlier fifty three million dollars in round figures and earned that much interest in one thousand nine hundred in nineteen ninety four the year that it's reported. He would have had to own either three hundred and fifty million dollars of risky junk bonds or more than six hundred and sixty million. Dollars treasury notes, and he didn't and we know that from other documents. So what was that money really about in? Why was it reported is interesting is that they don't say what it came from what the interest came from in those know everybody has a tax transcript,.

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News in Brief 25 April 2019

UN News

03:17 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 25 April 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations on world malaria day marked on Thursday, the World Health Organization or WHO launched a grassroots campaign to emphasize country ownership and community empowerment to improve malaria prevention and care after more than a decade of steady advances in fighting the disease progress has leveled off every two minutes a child dies from this preventable and treatable disease said W H O director general Ted gross at Hanane KEB rhesus, according to the UN health agencies latest world malaria report, the estimated number of malaria cases, remained virtually unchanged from twenty fifteen to twenty seventeen. There are approximately two hundred nineteen million cases globally and an estimated four hundred thirty five thousand deaths. The WHO chief said the campaign zero malaria starts with me. Calls on political leaders, the private sector and affected communities to take action to improve prevention diagnosis and treatment saying we all have a role to play the food and Agriculture Organization and European Union announced on Thursday, a new project to strengthen the resilience of agro-pastoral communities, which course, national boundaries in the Suhel targeting several priorities zones, including Senegal, but Keno Foucault, Molly and Nazir. The aim is to improve food security country level investments and building resilient livelihoods and policies to support communities. Major investments in rural development and agriculture must be integral to peace building efforts. FAO director general Jose Graziano to silver said while visiting Senegal the Suhel remains affected by conflict, malnutrition and population displacement, rendering million. In need of urgency assistance each year the project which will benefit one hundred forty thousand people many of whom are vulnerable pastoralists will help to address these crises at their roots. According to FAO, UN human rights experts said on Thursday that the refusal of Myanmar's top court to consider a final appeal by two jailed Reuters journalists represented a dark day for media freedoms and democracy in the country incarcerated for seven years in connection with their twenty seventeen investigation into the massacre of Rohan, gay men and boys at Indian village in rocking state. The supreme court on Tuesday rejected the appeal by wa loan and quavo. The experts underscored that neither committed a crime saying they were doing their job as investigative journalists. Reporting on issues of the utmost concern to the people of Myanmar and performing an. Essential democratic function the special rapid tour on the situation of human rights in me and more Yang. He Lee and special rapid tour on freedom of expression David Kay called the upholding of their convictions a grave injustice last week. Both journalists

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"david kay" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"david kay" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Man accused of killing his fiancee and burning her body. Patrick phrase's charged with multiple felonies, including first degree murder in connection with the disappearance of Kelsey Berith. She was last seen on surveillance video Thanksgiving Day in a grocery store with her one year old daughter phrase, he faced a judge in a pretrial hearing. We heard evidence that Patrick phrasing. Contacted crystal Lee in Idaho on three separate occasions had her come to Colorado to murder Kelsey prosecuting attorney, Jennifer Vima detailing court testimony by phrase's alleged accomplice, crystal Lee, President Trump remains optimistic about his upcoming summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Hoon at the White House. Mr. Trump says he's seeking the ultimate denuclearization of North Korea. Next update. At three o'clock. David Kay, okay away. Newsradio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Easy getting around freeways. ICS? Bridges and overpasses. But for the most part speeds pretty close to. The tech center on I twenty five thirty six between here in boulder. You've got no delays nothing slowing down at C four seventy four seventy should be able to make time on I seventy across town boulevard out to the airports in good shape, traveling up into the high country US six level pass with traction laws in place, the CBS four weather. It's going to be partly sunny today. Expect the high to be close to thirty three. Tonight's low dropping down to about eleven then tomorrow, we'll see high thirty five with the low near sixteen..

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"david kay" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"david kay" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Time Denver teachers will have struck since nineteen ninety four their first day off the job expected to be Monday. The district says schools will remain open staffed by substitute teachers and administrators though President Trump was asked to possibly postpone his state of the union address. There's a strong signal. He plans to deliver it whether from the capital or not ABC news senior congressional correspondent, Mary Bruce sources, tell us the president is preparing to give this speech. But the big question remains where we are told. He is now preparing to versions of the speech one that he could deliver here on the hill and another if Pelosi disinvite Sam that he could take on the road. Meantime, the White House has reportedly requested time from the house sergeant at arms for a walk through of the house chamber that is a normal request before a state of the union address next update at four o'clock. David kay. Okay. Oh, a NewsRadio. Eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. That causing any major problems to the metro area freeways you've got seventies. Reinstore northbound I twenty five. Five thirty however getting through there, quite easy using the detour nothing causing any problems that I twenty five six liquids looking good along with I seventy across town. You should be able to make the time on thirty six between here in boulder on finally, they should be putting the finishing touches on an accident and Santa Fe in Evanston cleanup and get that out of the way the CBS four weather. You can expect it to be partly sunny today. High is going to be close to forty three. Tonight's low of nineteen tomorrow, you can expect a high that's going to be around thirty two tomorrow night slow run eighteen currently it's seventeen I'm on KOA. Newsradio. Colorado's news, traffic and weather station. So why do teenagers play high school sports? Reason why is a sense of purpose. Hiring is left for the game. My reason why is to inspire others one reason student athletes seldom mentioned is to get an athletic scholarship. They know that only two percent of all high school athletes are awarded a sports scholarship and most of those are worth far less than the cost of tuition. So why do they play wise commitment? And why is friendship.

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What Michael Cohen’s Plea Deal Means for David Pecker

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

04:38 min | 4 years ago

What Michael Cohen’s Plea Deal Means for David Pecker

"We have more breaking news now this from the Wall Street Journal, confirming question just raised before we went to this commercial break. The Wall Street Journal is reporting tonight that David pecker the chairman of American media Inc which publishes the National Enquirer provided prosecutors with details about payments. Mr. Cohen, arranged with women who alleged sexual encounters with President Trump, including Mr. Trump's knowledge of the deals joining our discussion now, Barbara mcquade a former federal prosecutor. She's a professor of law at the university of Michigan and MSNBC legal contributor, Harry Lipman former federal prosecutor and deputy assistant attorney general under President Clinton. And Ron Klein is with us former senior aide to President Obama and a former chief counsel to the Senate Judiciary committee. I saw David Kay Johnston there, but someone left him out of my little teleprompter here. David Johnston Pulitzer prize. Is winning reporter who is running the organization DC report dot org, which studies the Trump investigation Barbara mcquade I to you this information just reported by the Wall Street Journal that David Packer who was clearly identified in yesterday's proceeding of Michael Collins. Guilty plea is now it's confirmed by the Wall Street Journal. He is already cooperating with the prosecutor and had already cooperated with the prosecutor before they even made that presentation yesterday, which seems to make sense when you read every part of that presentation. This is very significant news. I think because I think one of the scepticisms of what Michael Cohen had to say is just. You know, he's talking out of his own self interest. You would need to corroborate what he's saying with other witnesses and now to have David pecker someone who is speaking against his own self interest to have provided that information I think is strongly corroborative. And if as you said he implicates President Trump as well. This is really a huge development is not just Michael Cohen with an ax to grind trying to save his skin. It's now corroborated by two witnesses, and chances are they've got documentation that supports that as well. So very significant piece of news there claim the president today telling Fox News, something kind of about his knowledge of the payments when he was asked about, did you know about the payments? He said later later we have no idea what that was supposed to mean. But here's David pecker according to the Wall Street Journal saying that President Trump was part of arranging the payments and that the President Trump had knowledge of the deals and knowledge of the deals being arraigned. That's right. Lawrence. I think your introduction made such important point, which is we know so much more about this today than we did yesterday, but to paraphrase Bill pops on, but not half as much as we're gonna know tomorrow. I mean. Robert Muller knows a lot of things. We don't know yet thousands, tens of thousands of pages for Michael Cohen's office months of investigation. It's starting to come to light. Now, the scope of it is is really quite stunning, but but there's still a lot here. We don't know. All we do know is it's going to point a very bad direction for the president. He clearly lied to the American people. He clearly lied anyone who he talked to about it and and you know, we don't have to witnesses crops and the fact they directed people to commit a crime. That's very serious piece of business with a lot of unknown stuff. Still out there. David, Kate Johnston, you've been falling following Donald Trump and his circle for longer than any of us. I think the easiest prediction you could have made for us tonight is that of course, David pecker is going to cooperate with federal prosecutors Wall Street Journal has beat us to even making it as a prediction. They've got it as already underway. Well, in other people are going to step forward. Now, Donald always been able to beat back law enforcement, beat back grand. Jury's compromise people get people to corrupt things in the government to advance his interests. And now all these other people, understanding Donald Trump is only loyal to Donald are going to start abandoning him. And this is a dangerous time for our country because Donald's Radic behavior is likely to become much much more erratic. He's going to have a lot of internal conflict over this because remember in his delusional mind, he is greater than all of us where idiots were stupid..

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Trump EPA to freeze Obama-era fuel standards for cars, light trucks

Democracy Now

01:38 min | 4 years ago

Trump EPA to freeze Obama-era fuel standards for cars, light trucks

"Democracy now democracy now dot org the Warren peace report I'm Amy Goodman the Environmental Protection Agency said. Thursday it will freeze Obama era fuel economy standards at twenty twenty levels and. The latest blow, by the Trump administration against efforts to curb catastrophic climate change under previous roles the US was on track to double fuel mileage standards to an average of nearly fifty five miles per gallon by twenty twenty-five under the new rules automakers will be allowed to continue selling cars and light trucks in the US that average about thirty miles per gallon the Trump administration also plans to revoke California's authority to set its own tougher automobile emission standards California governor Jerry Brown said his state would lead seventeen other, states in a legal challenge against the move tweeting California will fight this stupidity, and every, conceivable way possible United Nations officials have condemned President Trump's rhetoric against the media in a joint statement u n special rapporteurs at the interim commission on Human rights David Kay and Edison Lonza said of Trump quote. These attacks run counter to the country's obligations to respect press freedom and international. Human rights law, where specially concerned that these attacks increase the risk of journalists being targeted with violence unquote there warning came as Trump continued to assail the media this is Trump speaking at a campaign rally in Wilkes Barre Pennsylvania Thursday evening there has never been an even these people back here these horrible horrendous people Even. These people back there so it looks like the Academy. Awards is so many But.

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