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"deangelis" Discussed on The Valleycast
"To right. Like i think if it's too much there you crash and then you're like linked to have fun right today. Talk about pillows place it so i just replaced it with Md may so. It's really really good. Thank you honestly. My strongest connection with the universe. And my god crom door was my guide. Chrome door was mbna. She's gonna trip around my consciousness and he took me to my childhood and left there and he left me there. And i had to live my life again and then when i got to the point that i'm currently at i ended up vomiting up everything i had eaten for three months and then i was like. Whoa i'm i'm alive. And that's why. Yeah and now i i do nightly worship and i do my my nine. Am kisses and usually oregon. Brazil in brazil. victoria brazil. yeah dude. I love that. You're being healthy. James and i love elliott dude. I'm so healthy. It's good dude smoking. I think it's very like i'll keep some of the bad habit. Look here's the thing. Unless like i like it's it's so the thing about life and it seems so fucking cliche or obvious but like everyone's life so individual and you like there are like norris vary umbrellas that you can say like this is good and bad and stuff like that but at the end of the day and i'm not sticking up for vaping i wanted stop vaping eventually but like right now. I'm fucking whatever. There's like things that fuck. I lost my train of thought some of the individual life. If you're talking about everybody. I think it's it's up to everybody to figure out what is good for them and and what like they have to do in order to be healthy. You know what. I mean like lauren. I my girlfriend. We've been trying bills. Lorne michaels and i. We've been trying to eat more plant based lately in just More veggies less less bad stuff but yeah we have a garden in the back. That i fucking love molitor beautiful. My girlfriend and i ordered fried chicken last night and didn't like it so then we ordered fried chicken again from somewhere else from somewhere else and it was better. Yeah crazy how fucking manufactured like kfc is good because they formulas scientifically they engineered the. It's the best and you know what that scientists should have a nobel prize having made. This is like the guy that's like. I invented the the destruction of the earth. Yeah no i guarantee that guy. Whoever was like in the lab like finalizing the chicken made it sat back and said this is my magnum opus. This is be known for. It reminds me of embracing breaking bad. The scene the were they're trying all the different sauces in the science. Oh yeah added a little bit of garlic here. We've reduced it we've added now sugar-based this is up and mayonnaise yeah I love that well. Listen james it's been a really wonderful time having you here and us. It hasn't been a great ruling love chatting with you about movies and philosophizing in our ways that we do as you know as kind of like wandering curiosities that we use you. Probably my favorite things to talk about movies and like just li- existence sick and mental health and stuff like that. Because those are the things that i'm thinking about the most then let me. Then here's a question for you to sit on me and you can answer it now if you want or you can answer it the next time you're on the show and elliott same goes for you and this is the question i want to pose to you and the audience if you stumble upon a porn star that has your last name. Can you still get there. And so let us know in the comments if if that's a deterrent for you if that's something that you don't find i mean maybe it's okay but i'm just saying last name you know. Is that some last name. I won't right right or even if it's a friend's last name is that goes unique right. I'll be right. I'm i i think about it just thinking about it is you know is. Can you still get there if the porn star has your last name All right well guys. Thank you for listening to the valley. Cast james working people. Listen to your fucking mouth while you know we got beyond the pine podcast overrun Sugar pine seven channel on youtube and it's also available on spotify and itunes soundcloud beyond the pine every single. Goddamn week wednesday's at two. Usually you can watch me and kip over there. Talking about everything. Yeah if that's nice did sorry. We're just throwing our gang signs Did that's awesome. Yeah please check that out I was on a few episodes in. Elliott's gonna be in there at some point to and i just i hope kids okay. You know the at the at the end of the day. I hope he's okay. I hope he's okay. To and i and i'm pretty confident that he is Good because this is a unique experience. Okay okay says and joe horrendous. Okay i i really hope joe's okay. Yeah joe's okay. I would've loved to talk joe. Yeah we'll have you back and joe will be here you know. This is one of those Unique circumstances all right guys. Thank you so much for listening. We appreciate your continued patronage ship over patriotic dot com slash the valley folk if you are patron We do special things like fireside chats which were preparing for this very evening later For those of.
"deangelis" Discussed on The Valleycast
"The summer was just every morning and stopped doing them. And i want to start doing them again. Because like you know you get to a place mentally and you stop doing those things. Were helpful for you. You know because you're good now but in reality you know like this is going to be like an an everlasting thing that you're working on a lifestyle change. Yeah it really is. And so like i was. I was just saying. I was doing these affirmations. I had like three pages long of affirmations. Listen i was doing them every morning and take me like thirty so l. plus to get through the mall and like it it. It helped me just every morning. You never know how you're gonna feel when you wake up right and it just helped me like set a baseline for myself for that day and just reaffirmed myself like these are the qualities that i believe were true about me. These are my beliefs This is what i'm going to do this. You know all these things and like it. It was life changing because it manifestation yet. Now it's like you speak the real james. You feel like you because you said the affirmations helped take you out of the dark spot. Do you feel like you were taken out of or do you feel like also you kinda went through it and had to go through it in order to get to a place where you could be you know. Have your your crap a little bit together and learn to kind of refocus on like do you feel like did it get so because i feel like what you're describing is like you crashed and like you in probably in some way may have needed to crash and i think a lot of people right now are sort of spinning so many plates to keep themselves in this above the water a little bit but it sounds like you went under the water and then came back up and i definitely and i definitely think that i needed to go through it and it's different for everybody. You know what that crash is And you only really know it when you experience it and like for me. It was like. I said i'm super thankful that experienced it because i know that like the trajectory that i was on. I wouldn't have had this epiphany in this. Like immense change in myself. If i didn't experience it and go through it and like experience it every day to the point where i was hyper aware every single day that this is a thing that's happening to me that is very negative and it's very dark and it sucked dude and identifying. That is really fucking difficult like you have to really fucking focus in on your thought processes to any if they really want to change them to exactly. It's like you're literally. You're confronted with the fact that i am making wrong decisions and i'm like ignoring all these. Yeah important things every time comfortable. It's able to be like these are my habits. Yeah and if i deviate from them. It's hard work and a and it might be. I might be a failure and this has worked for me so far. It's destructive to think that way it's not it's not helpful to your of. We'd really now i did to just. That's actually what happened. I think like the straw on the camel's back i feel was just the amount of we smoking at the time. 'cause i always go through like ups and downs with weed is like how much smoking and stuff like that. And at the time like right before maybe like christmas of last year like right before the new year. I started smoking a lot of weed. And then i was just like upping that upping that and then by the time the quarantine head. I was like all day smoking. And but i was fine with it at the time i was like fuck it like. Yeah you know. I'm just like this is my norm. You know what. I mean smoking all the time and like doing little things that i do and that just kept getting more and more and more where i was just high at all times and that works for some people but i really learned this time. That doesn't work for me. What happened to me as i wound up. Actually having a bunch of dreams where. I was in a plane like a plane. Crash rooms like the only recurring dream. I'll have and i was like. This is so weird. And i was like is like reading this other book on dreams and that kind of stuff and what goes on in the unconscious and saul very fun but one of the things that it said is that it's your dreams can speak in metaphors. And i and puns very often and i was like oh literally like i'm getting high like i am in a plane sending and i'm doing that and it was. I would have these dreams like after my girlfriend mentioned like she was like you're doing this and it was the same way was like i don't feel like this. Is that big of a deal. I don't feel like it's a problem. And i still don't i'm not trying to. I don't think it's it hasn't been difficult to stop doing it. But i was like. Oh yeah. I haven't really given my brain like a break rate back to something. Yeah back to warm unnatural state. Yeah you find like a baseline again you know what i mean is basically. Yeah so it's been very it's been very fun but yeah it did take just going okay. I actually have to commit to doing this even remember. Because it's such a habit for smoke that i was like. I don't even think about it. I had to like just hide it. And then i was like okay now. It's two o'clock. And i'm done with some of my work. And like i guess i'll go smoke as high as fuck and then like trying to write something in. Maybe it'll help me feel creative or something and it's also you can do it and be very entertaining still losing again like you can get the still be bras was just like i don't really want to cover. It also depends on how much to right. Like i think if it's too much there you crash and then you're like linked to have fun right.
"deangelis" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Each survey every single month has found. That families are now reporting that they're over twice as likely to say that they are now more favourable of home schooling as opposed to saying that they're now less favorable of home schooling. And if you look at individual states that have been reporting this data we've seen just Applications and filings for home schooling. Just going through the roof. For example the most recent data came out of massachusetts their home school filings are up about eight hundred percent from the same time last year their private school filings have gone up about eighty percent from the same time last year in texas homeschool filings have gone up by two hundred and eighty percent and we've seen similar numbers all across the country. You know it's interesting come. I'm trying to make sense of this current climate wherein i. I've always had this thought. I've expressed it to dr drew quite a few times and i've said it into this microphone. Which is there's this sort of unintended circumstance to a lot of the actions. That are going on right now and it takes place on many in many different venues so on one hand i feel like cnn has shot themselves in the foot because they've just lost all credibility. I ask people around here. Just sort of informally like if you saw a story on. Cnn five years ago what would you think and they go. That's what's the story. And i said what would you think now and they'd go. I'd go look it up to see if i could find the rest of the story or the real story. They fucked themselves up with their own credibility because they've been to fucking partisan and they haven't done their jobs news organization. I believe twitter will give birth has given birth to parlour because they've been too tight fisted and too partisan and to political with their with with what they're letting on their platform and i i and i believe many politicians like gavin newsom and garcetti. They've all shot themselves in the foot to no one's gonna listen to anything. Gavin gavin. Newsom considered a fucking clown. Now he wasn't a clown before this. I mean i knew he was a clown. But the populist in no he's a joke now going to listen to him anymore. Most of these big city mayors and governors their jokes. Now and cnn is a joke and twitter joke and people. And if you don't believe me. I said two years ago if you looked on itunes. Top one hundred podcast. There was no conservative podcasts. On there maybe ben shapiro now ten out of the top twenty or conservative. I said yes. You will give birth to this other thing if you keep with your partisan bullshit and you teachers unions and governors and mayors you shutting down all the school systems. That's great now. There's a cottage industry. You're creating homeschooling now. You're gonna lose a lot of your constituency because they're gonna fuck and stay home you you let them do an experiment you said. Stay home and learn at home you didn't have to. The schools could have been opened the whole time but you decreed they must stay home so they stayed home and a lot of are getting used to it and it's the same thing that's taking place in business in a lot of people are of realizing that i have to go to the office. I can stay home. Get my work done on my computer bathrobe or go full jeffrey toobin but either way be careful what you ask for because you ass wipes created this. Yeah the teachers unions in this sense overplayed their hands. They probably didn't think that families are actually going to take that next step and enroll their children from the public school system. Neither seeing that all these families are leaving and sense schools are funded based on enrollment counts losing millions and millions of dollars and so i think they might be rethinking that in some places and if you look at the latest survey from real clear opinion research families are actually much more likely to support swill. Choice initiatives now. I think it's because they're seeing that these buildings aren't even opening and they're getting to keep their children's education dollars meanwhile families are scrambling all across the country. Trying to figure out what to do and none of that. Money's following them to the home based education or to the private schools which are more than happy to open their doors for in person instruction and this latest survey found a ten percentage point jump in school choice support from just from april from sixty seven percent to seventy seven percent. And i think it's because families are seeing that the public school system itself in the teachers unions just aren't going to be there for them this year and it just comes in stark contrast with the private sector right with the private schools. They're fighting to reopen actually fighting against governments to reopen in sacramento for example a private school rebranded itself as a daycare center a couple of months ago because there was a regulation saying that the private schools can open but the daycares could be open and so they rebranded themselves to try to reopen for their customers. Meanwhile public schools all across the nation have been fighting for the opposite. I think the opposite the obvious differences one of incentives. One of these sectors. Get your money regardless of what they do for their customers. Well now tell me if you think. This is a decent analogy. I'm old enough to remember when people didn't trust buying things online. You know you'd go to the store if you needed a tv set or stereo or whatever you you'd go to the place and people like i'm not gonna give my information out. You know giving my credit card. You know we don't we don't trust it. We don't trust it this way people do it. You go to the store. well obviously. That's completely out the window now. And there's a whole generation of people just grew up shopping online and they don't give it to thoughts and i feel school always felt like yeah schools. That place you go. It's got a fence around it. A bell rings every fifty five minutes. You you go to school. It's got principle. it's got a cafeteria that's where you go and no one ever thought any other way. You know anything about charter schools. Then about certainly didn't think about homeschooling but now as time moves on just like online shopping people are kind of getting comfortable with the notion. Now yeah absolutely. If i think. One of the biggest increases this year has been these things called pandemic pods or micro schools. Where families are banning together Five to ten children in a household economize on the process of home schooling. So they don't have to do it all themselves. And it's kinda like the getting back to this idea of the one room schoolhouse and the way that i've tried to put it as just imagine if we did have the money following the child. Just imagine if we had twelve thousand dollars fall each child per year you ten children. Together in a small micro school. That's about one hundred and twenty thousand dollars in revenues. Even if only a fraction of that went to the teachers they'd probably make a lot more doing it that way than in the traditional public school system and they have a lot more autonomy and the families. Ed students would have more one on one instruction. So i think it'd be a win win for everyone and we've also seen these these new apps that are coming out. That are kind of like uber. Airbnb of education where people are looking up educators using an app One example is unschooled that school. If anyone buddy wants to go look that up. But i think that's also the future of education where people can demand their educational services using an app. I'm going to tease this question. And nobody's i probably nobody more qualified than accord. Answer this named by the way to forbes thirty under thirty this week as Thirty under thirty most influenced influential. What is it thirty or thirty or is it just thirty under thirty. They put up solid thirty under thirty by the way. I'll be thirty and a few months so if anybody's made it. I didn't make the cut when i was twenty nine and seven eight and the book school choice. Miss school choice. Miss setting the record straight on education freedom It's available now on amazon. I'm going to tease this. Because i got to a spot and again i'll put you on the spot because i don't know if this is your field of expertise but it appears to me as somebody who just observes humans that education in the success of the schools. We always talk about the schools. The funding of the schools are getting the best. Teachers are getting the best administration blah blah blah. It seems to me way..
"deangelis" Discussed on KQED Radio
"He oversees the Frank DeAngelis center, which was once in elementary school. It is named for the former Columbine high school principal Frankie Angeles who now speaks across the country, about the lessons learned from Columbine. This thing is ballistic protection at this training center, school districts and law enforcement agencies from across the country can train for the worst in the past year. We've had over sixty agencies more than six thousand police officers sheriff's deputies state and federal agents training in here, preparing for that given day, the goal is making sure responding officer, even if working alone understands the tactics that can help stop shooter who gets into a school, thirty one party down. No movement and room number one, this is a state of the art computer controlled virtual reality shooter training. Officers can be run through hundreds of scenarios involving the gunman in one room or in several rooms really provides our professionals the ability to go into an environment, train, just like they would have to respond using multiple rooms noise. But this is just one part of the school safety equation. Another component is how schools immediately respond before law enforcement arrives get everybody inside. We're gonna lock those outside doors that brought John Michael Keyes with program in hand to Jefferson County came sat down, and our office here, and I said, how much charge anything I just want you to try it. Combeback the next day, I don't believe in testing it. We're gonna implement it. We started training on the standard response for all of our schools, and it was battle-tested that year. In February of two thousand ten three weeks before your creek mills full shooting. We I went into that school trained and talk to the teachers and the administrators about what they'd see what it feel like what the need to think about. On that day, a mentally ill man shot and wounded two students outside deer creek middle school before being tackled by a teacher and subdued I support this program and have for many years, and that is why John McDonald is often right alongside keys helping to train the standard response protocol. I believe it to be the fundamental program that we base all school safety on. Here in this district and so many districts across the state of Colorado. And now cross the country and Canada, the I love you guys foundation has math were school districts are now using the standard response protocol, and the list continues to grow. But despite their efforts, John McDonnell says there are still huge gaps in school safety training across the country national standards or state standards and local standards other than what we decide and determine and, and that's a struggle..
Community Gathers At Columbine Memorial Ahead Of Somber 20th Anniversary
"Tonight. There will be a large remembrance ceremony here in an ear by park for the families of those who died at Columbine twenty years ago. There have been many school shooting since nineteen ninety nine but Columbine was one that shattered America's innocence it unfolded on live TV. Frank DeAngelis was a principal at Columbine on that day. He says he's twenty years have been tough I will have survival guilt for the rest of my life. Those kids walk into the building that day at seven AM and twelve of them didn't return Craig Scott lost his sister and his good friends. He hid under a table as the shots were fired. He to his struggled with survivors Gill. Zomba afterwards. He says it his taken years to recover, and he now truly values has special life is after
"deangelis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Frank DeAngelis was the principal of Columbine. When the massacre happened twenty years ago, he was in the school yesterday when the threat came in and the school went on lockout when I checked in with. So many of the staff members they said, it's April we expect this. And so I think it's almost precisely no they're prepared for that to happen. He says these bring survivors together it's a community of resolve in. I think when things like this happen it brings us together. Saying checking in on each other Jeffco school officials say the schools will reopen tomorrow with normal schedules and extra security the FBI was involved in this investigation. And we'll be holding a news conference at two o'clock. KOA NewsRadio will carry it live. The Justice department is changing the rules for immigrants seeking asylum in the United States immigrants who cross into the US legally. And then claim asylum will no longer be allowed to use credible fear to seek bond, which means they could be held indefinitely. The ruling from attorney general William bar takes effect in ninety days to allow the homeland security department to expand detention space lawsuits are expected in a statement. They see L us immigration rights project said our constitution does not allow the government to lock up asylum seekers without base. Due process. We'll see the administration in court in Washington. Rachel Sutherland, Fox News donations from around the world to rebuild the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris of crossed the billion dollar, Mark fire devastated. The eight hundred fifty year old gothic treasure two days ago. Rockies have the day off after winning their third game in a row last night. The Rockies are back at home tomorrow night against the Phillies. Our next news update is at one thirty. I'm Susan Witkin KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM..
California prosecutors to seek death penalty in 'Golden State Killer' murders
"Crenshaw prosecutors in Sacramento say they will seek the death. Penalty for a man suspected of being one of California's most prolific serial killers that decision is a rebuke to governor Gavin Newsom recently declared a moratorium on executions in the state, here's KCRW's Daryl men Joseph DeAngelis, suspected of being notorious Golden State killer who avoided capture for decades, he was arrested last year based on DNA evidence that linked him to at least thirteen murders and more than fifty rapes across California prosecutors announced in short court hearing that they intend to pursue a death sentence. Their decision shows that at least some district attorneys will continue to push for capital punishment in spite of newsome's moratorium, the governor acknowledged as much this week saying the execution band is not affect the ability of local prosecutors to make charging decisions the Angela's attorney says that seeking the death penalty against a seventy three year old man is wasteful. And does
"deangelis" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Deangelis from Sheridan and dulas. Good morning again. Thank you for joining. It's always nice to see you. And I always appreciate when you come in. And when you send me you you were very organized because you send me emails. Well in advance of what we're talking about. An honestly gives me days of joy, knowing that I'm going to come in and talk about the subject matters that you bring in a nice to say because a lot of times the end it really is stuff that I have been kind of having percolate in the back of my mind, and my little mom brain means to look at it. And then you doing laundry, and then your mom brain means look at it. And then you're making pizza for the kiddo. Jay falls off the to do list unless you've written it down somewhere. Now, you've got to find it among the five. Around. Absolutely, right. The stuff that keeps you up at night and day to help you out. You did bring in some friends of yours today. Subject matter. So what are we gonna cover today and who your buddies? Well, I brought in from my office. Andrew hunt stat, and Randall kipnes who were to associated tourneys in our firm, and we're gonna talk about wills and trust and estate planning, and I'll tell you. That's why it gave me joy because this is one of those things that a lot of time. When people hear the word will because we only watch it in old television show. So you go we'll it's always a some dire. Occasion or some something. That's really contentious because we know it from soap operas dramas or some multimillionaire, and they're all sitting in a room doing the reading of the wheel. Right. And we all think that this only applies to those people those folks that have so much money that they have to worry about these things. But I mean prince died without a will. Oh my gosh. And as much trouble as we'd like to believe that. That's just a problem because he's prince. It's a problem for everybody. And we are going to take people's questions today if you have one you can call us a six five one six four one one zero seven one six five one six four one one zero seven one I do remind everybody the Diana's an amazing attorney we encourage you to be cognizant of that you could call Sheridan and do less if you need specific information, and we're gonna try and give you some general information today. But remember, that's exactly what it is general information. And although it applies to you. We still need to follow up directly with your own attorney. Right. We're at thirty thousand feet wrestling with these issues, especially when it comes to wills and trusts and estate planning everything that we're talking about today is going to apply to most people. But there are so many different ways of planning your estate and really trying to get to the specific needs of you and your family you need to come in. And see us talk to another lawyer just to make sure that you're handling it correctly. Because this is absolutely positively a not a situation where one-size-fits-all Andy, and is probably makes sense. What we've said before here. On the mom show. Is that you kind of be the reason why your firm has this variety of different specialties and different things that the attorneys that somebody might come to you with one particular issue that is a you know, it right now is the top of my thing with their family. But it trickles into other things. Always when I do family law family law touches, everything it touches real estate. It touches business at touches, grandparents rights, it touches everything. But at our firm what we try to do is we try to be that full service firm. So that when it deals with a land dispute between two relatives as we're trying to get through a divorce or you've got a problem with a neighbor or you have an issue where you've got other planning family or criminal issues that come up that's where Jeffrey and Andrew and Randall come into and we bring them in as part of the team to make sure we're handling all of your needs. Now, Dan, we've talked to you before about how you became a super rockstar family attorney that you basically was a prodigy you decided. You things and they could just see the twinkle in your eye negoti needs to be in charge of this firm. And if there was a lot I mean, it was it was a different time coming into it into the mid eighties and really finding that passion to want to help people in this way. And we were lucky enough a couple of years ago as part of that process to have Andrew and Randall join our firm, and they have that same sort of spirit and energy of really wanting to get in there and help people and make it happen in a way that really works for them and helps them come up with a good long lasting solution. Now, gentlemen, how do you decide that you go? This is the area of law that we want to practice it. That's a really good question. All right. Thanks. For childhood experiences. I've saw families go.
Highlights from Elon Musk's 60 Minutes interview
"Billionaire says tests Lewis. Purpose is to propel the electric car movement. If another company does it better. So be it the whole point of tesla six eight the events of electric vehicles. Somebody comes makes a better electric car that then then tesla and it's so much better than ours. That we can't tell cars and go bankrupt. I still think that's a good thing for the world. He wants the world to start using clean cars and is encouraging innovators to use his company's patents says a starting point trying to help the environment. I think it's a serious problem that humanity faces I'm not sure if you know, but we we open our patents. So anyone who wants to use that fans can use them for free Moscow also wants to make his view of the securities and Exchange Commission. Clear I do not respect the SEC respect them. You're not Tober. Tesla posted a net profit of three hundred twelve million dollars its first quarterly profit since two thousand sixteen and the larger largest report ever as for musk marijuana use. He told sixty minutes, quote as anyone who watched that podcast. Tell I have no idea how to smoke pot unquote for one high profile trial set in California taxpayers are picking up a very expensive tab. It's the case of the Golden State killer ex cop Joseph DeAngelis Angelo's accused of twelve murders in at least fifty rapes across California in the nineteen seventies and eighties. The cost to prosecute the case for taxpayers already historically high because ten or eleven deputy DA -'s and their support staffs are in the mix and the judge ruled that the Angelo cannot afford his own lawyer. So the public defender stays the
Gas Price Trends to Understand
"Gasoline is still under three dollars a gallon and. The, good news for consumers and the president they'll probably start to dip. Come fall typically gas prices peak around the fourth. Of July, then slowly pulled back through August and September when the kids are. Back at school and the parents are back at work there's less demand for gasoline because, there are less long drives meantime gas prices have, been in focus ahead of the November midterm elections some of President Trump's policies have impacted, oil prices, for example reinstating sanctions on Iran that caused oil and gas prices. To rise but other factors have balanced. The market out and the fluctuations while noticeable haven't been drastic
Golden State Killer suspect to face murder trial in Sacramento
"In California there's new. Information regarding the upcoming trial of the so-called Golden. State killer of long ago CBS news correspondent. Steve Futterman is in Los Angeles the alleged crimes including thirteen murders taking. Place in so many jurisdictions it. Was unclear whether trial would, take place Joseph James DeAngelis will. Be formally arraigned on Thursday in addition. To the murders de, ngelo who is now seventy two faces. Thirteen additional counts of Kidnapping for the purpose of
Orange County De Angelo, Joseph Di Angelo and Orange County discussed on Tom Sullivan
"There is now a decision on where the. Alleged Golden State killer will be tried in a new consolidated criminal, complaint Joseph Di Angelo, is accused of thirteen murders and numerous counts of. Kidnapping to commit robbery over an eleven year time period from. Nineteen seventy five to nineteen Eighty-six in multiple California counties now prosecutors in those counties have agreed DeAngelis will be tried in one case in northern California. Orange County DA Tony kiss we've determined that the Trump should. Take place in Sacramento four of. The thirteen murders happened in Orange County de Angelo is now seventy,
"deangelis" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Says the DeAngelis sting was his first and he's planning more but. He could be charged with cyber harassment for running. The sting operation lone wolf more on the. Story at nj one zero one five dot com Commute into New York through the Lincoln tunnel have less than three weeks before the beginning of lane closures on the heavily traveled tunnel approach the already congested route four ninety five by adopt will be rehabilitated in the next two and a half years. Sedating closure of one lane in each. Direction more. Than one hundred fifty thousand motorists. Drive over, the eighty year span year old span daily authorities have released the name of a forty four year old. Hasbrouck heights man who died. After he was shot by police officer. Near Dorney park in eastern. Pennsylvania over the weekend the Lehigh county coroner identified the man Joseph Santos, an autopsy is planned for Tuesday witnesses said the man was damaging cars and interfering with traffic Saturday evening and was shot after an, officer confronted him Year after twenty six people were arrested and charged with under-reporting income for welfare no indictments have been handed up authorities. Say that's because the cases are complex. The arrest. Raise tensions in Lakewood which has. Seen an, influx of ultra orthodox Jewish families among those arrested a rabbi and the former leader of Jewish religious school Jersey is rapidly moving ahead. With a plan to bring, the benefits, of solar, energy to urban and low income residents spokeswoman for, advocate votes solar explains the community solar concept basically allow these customers to subscribe to that is located at. Or. Near your community initially they hoped, to construct one hundred fifty megawatts of. Community solar projects around the state, in the next three years more rain Shane meteorologist Dan's arrows complete forecast, is coming up New Jersey fast traffic in one minute.
"deangelis" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"I need to buy that knife i want a piece of that action i want a shoe from a victim or something like that yeah i was i couldn't believe that that existed before we did this episode ben it's a weird thing of course paul i promise we will stop using you as the example the as far as we know none of us paul included have purchased this sort of memorabilia previously on stuff they don't want you to know we had explored numerous stories of serial killers specific cases such as our unfortunately ongoing uncut serial killer series and larger phenomenon such as the highway of tears or even the east area rapist slash original night stalker right right deangelis would just been caught and we had mentioned this i think just briefly in an earlier episode we might have to do an entire follow up on that because it leads to some wide reaching implications for genetic testing dna basis didn't we do a whole episode on the we did a whole original episode did yeah and we wondered whether he would be caught we did speculate on his age and overall we we weren't wrong remember we said he might be listening he could have been listening that's true he could have i don't know if he's a fan of podcast allegedly reclose okay but they found him through some relatives dna well we'll we'll dig into that so stay tuned one thing's for sure though there are probably going to be people who attempt to.
Golden State Killer charged with four more murders
"Wife and several children had large amounts of a drug in their systems that can cause drowsiness four murders are being blamed on the former police officer suspected of being the golden state killer joseph de ngelo is charged today with four mortars in santa barbara county but he faces charges and several other california counties as well the seventy two year old has now been charged with twelve murders those murders took place in sacramento ventura orange and santa barbara counties deangelis also accused of more than fifty rapes across california in the nineteen seventies and eighties president trump will meet with north korea's president kim jong hoon in singapore on june twelfth singapore was chosen because it is a politically neutral location tonight president trump spent the evening at a rally in indiana respo about those three north korean hostages who are now safely back in the united states and i think that kim john kim jar did a great service to himself to his country by doing this but those hostages came out with respect we didn't pay for them the focus of this upcoming summit will be nuclear weapons not human rights we've been watching this home in lyman for months and this week it slid into the skagit river the home had been teetering since flooding road at the bank last thanksgiving forcing several evacuations the mayor says homeowners will be bought out using federal state and county money but that means no one else will be able to build on the land either and that will be a million dollar hit to the small town steve now and showers throughout the day but not a whole lot of them i feel like in our future bye by showers yeah we've got a break coming our way folks so we'll talk about it and get you set for the end of your weekend the weekend it's actually looking pretty good so right now if you look at this and the greater north west you can see still some showers out there but they're beginning to move over into the rockies and once that happens we get a major change around here.
Human feces found on high school track
"He didn't know at the time at the man he fired would be arrested decades later for brutal crimes he's accused of committing while on the force and now we're victims and powered by the angelo's arrest are bravely telling their stories the serial rapists is in your room and then the whole time he'd been threatening me do you wanna die he wants fear and i knew that so i just told him i don't care former chief will also tells me that years ago deangelis mature of his home explaining that he and his wife slept in separate bedrooms will like now wondering whether that living arrangement may have enabled the angelo to sneak out of his own house in the middle of the night johnson reporting four point four magnitude earthquake raising fears of a volcanic eruption on hawaii's big island hawaii news now reports the quake struck at ten thirty this morning was centered under the south flank of killilea the hawaiian volcano observatory report some rockfalls and a possible collapse of a crater but no other big changes at the volcano here's a stinky story police say the serial pooper who targeted a new jersey high school was a school superintendent after students and faculty at holmdale high school kept finding human feces on or near the football field before the school day began the school administrators turned to cops investigators found that forty two year old thomas track trim mcclenny the school district superintendent was the suspect he was caught doing it on the football field monday taken into custody police spokesman says he faces charges of public urination or defecation discarding dumping of litter and lewdness in a statement the board of education said he has been granted a paid leave of absence you're my hero because i read that because you able to get through that story and i just know as serious as it is i'm not sure i would have made it komo news time.
Bill Cosby's talk of quaaludes led to conviction, juror says
"To ban any firearms from being carried into places visited by those they protect regardless of any state laws guns were also banned during president trump's appearance at the nra's national meeting in atlanta last year wbz news time to twenty a juror on the panel that convicted bill cosby of sexual assault is speaking out and the gay peas rita foley has his impressions from the trial juror harrison snyder says bill cosby's own words from years ago convicted him sworn testimony he gave in an earlier civil case brought by accuser andrea constand was causing me admitted to giving these quail woods sued women young women in order to have sex with them juror snyder says he has no doubt the jury made the right decision and if you were there you would say the same thing you would say that he's guilty snyder who is twenty two says he didn't know much about bill cosby before the trial i'm a little too young for that he said of the eighty year old tv star once known as america's dad snyder was on abc's good morning america i'm rita foley now in california joseph di angelo the man police believe is the golden state killer he's now in solitary confinement as we hear from abc's johnson told by law enforcement sources that he is in a jail cell alone on suicide watch after having a psychiatric evaluation no visitors have come to see him we're also told that his behavior is pretty much the same as what we saw in the courtroom when he was wheeled in sitting in a wheelchair appearing dazed and had delayed responses to the judges question now police believe deangelis responsible for over a dozen murders in that state close to fifty rapes and hundreds of breakins ins cracks court foulup an alleged attacker is allowed to flee the country in the system failed thank you for coming you're speaking on nightside with dan rae who is headache horrific i was getting victimize people nightside should be ashamed of stan ray next day wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time to twentythree it's time for traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic.
"deangelis" Discussed on AP News
"Age of forty eight michael owen year of troy michigan with seven feet seven inches tall the guinness book of world records is listed linear and his brother jim as the tallest twins in two thousand fifteen told wd iv it's always a circus when new people see him he said dating was frustrating because he didn't know whether women were interested in him or just curious about his height wd iv tv reports he had cancer complicated by normal growth hormone an iconic time traveling car is at the center of a lawsuit the widow of automaker john delorean claims that a texas company illegally received money from the back to the future movies that used the iconic car once made by his company the lawsuit filed in federal court includes a contract with universal from nine hundred eighty nine it says delorean would get five percent of net receipts for any merchandising that featured the car and logo as key component according to the suit the delorean motor company which is now based in texas represented to universal that it had the right to the money and has already received a substantial payment the company in texas which sells parts and accessories along with us delorean's isn't affiliated with the one john delorean started police used dna from a genealogy website to arrest a man they say is a serial killer and rapist but some say it raises legal and privacy concerns experts say there aren't strong privacy laws to keep police from trolling ancestry site databases people who submit dna for ancestor testing are actually becoming genetic informants on their family they say joseph james diangelo was arrested tuesday after investigators matched crimescene dna with genetic material stored by a distant relative on an online site authorities declined to name the online side however two of the largest ancestry dot com and twenty three and me say they weren't involved deangelis angelo's accused of eight killings but he may.
Privacy concerns after public genealogy database used to ID "Golden State Killer" suspect
"Include a feature called focus assist it enables workers to temporarily switch off email and social media notifications during times when they need to keep their head down they can allow messages from certain people to break through microsoft says the updates inspired by research showing office workers are being interrupted or having to switch tasks about every three minutes and it takes twenty three minutes to get back in focus poisonous snakes offered for sale on social media have been seized and police in connecticut arrested the man they say was trying to sell them from his home among the seven snakes found were a boon viper a forest cobra to gyp shin banded cobras and to monocled cobra they also found a couple of dead snakes a tree viper and a king cobra state environmental police on thursday charged twenty one year old cameron to francis with several counts of illegal possession of wild animals and reckless endangerment state officials got a search warrant after getting a tip from the us fish and wildlife service that francis was selling snakes online police used dna from a genealogy website to arrest a man they say is a serial killer and rapist but some say it raises legal and privacy concerns experts say there aren't strong privacy laws to keep police from trolling ancestry site databases people who submit dna for ancestor testing are actually becoming genetic informants on their family they say joseph james deangelis was arrested tuesday after investigators matched crimescene dna with genetic material stored by a distant relative on an online site authorities declined to name the online side however two of the largest ancestry dot com and twenty three and me say they weren't involved the angelo's accused of eight killings but he may be.
"deangelis" Discussed on KGO 810
"Reporter she sat next to you and i sit in mexico for like a year and a half when he was killing people and raping women and had no clue that's usually how it is i mean this guy deangelis families they're like we never suspected anything when he was a kid as an adult and that's and then you know the big question of what's he been doing you know since the last murders that they know of tell now can you really just turn it on and off you know that was the big that's the big question of we need to figure out what has he been doing is he responsible did he change crimes stop doing crimes and you even do that but yeah razi ness by this whole dna thing on one hand there's the benefit if people like to do these twenty three and me or whatever of hey you can help solve crimes other hand if you're someone like i don't know my little blood drop the gets you busted i'm not sending anybody i you know hell no you know they're gonna have to go through my garbage and get it i'm not sending it to you you know it is kind of a weird thing to do it's like i wonder what the terms of that is like are you keeping this on file because that's what they did they they went on all those online family trees anything they kind of match the east bay rapist than they found it i mean the time that it needed to take to do that by the way we have an awesome terms of service story coming up i'm not gonna tell you when you got to listen to whole show coming up soon but the about it's about somebody that didn't read a terms of service i'm just gonna cost them a billion dollars so we've got that coming up but anyway so i mean i know there are people listening right now my sister's one of these she's nuts about this stuff telling me about my ancestry oh actually my motherinlaw's like that to show you what a course horrible human being i am and i'll say very personal sad story to that effect.
Alleged Golden State Killer's former boss: He was an average cop
"President trump blamed senate democrats who released a two page compilation of the accusations yesterday i think in one way it's showing how bad how obstructionist these democrats are disgrace what's happening but republicans were also concerned about claims that jackson was abusive to staffers and too often drunk on the job beyond that his lack of leadership experience gave many in the gop pause steven portnoy cbs news the white house in new york the judge handling materials seized from president trump's personal lawyer has appointed a former manhattan federal judge to sort it all out judge kimba wood says barbara jones has the right amount of experience to handle the items taken from attorney michael cohen's office apartment and hotel room earlier this month prosecutors say those rates resulted from an investigation into possible fraud and the judge says the government and cohen's lawyers agreed a socalled special master is the best way to determine which items should be off limits to federal investigators meantime plans are being made to turn the harvey weinstein sexual misconduct scandal into a movie brad pitt's production company and another outfit have now acquired the film rights the movie will center on how the new york times broke the story it was the work of two times reporters who helped to spark the metoo movement and last week earned them a pulitzer prize wbz news time one twentyone in california police in sacramento say they have arrested the golden state killer they say their suspect is seventy two year old joseph diangelo he's a former police officer who lost his job for shoplifting he's accused of a series of brutal rapes and murders in the seventies and eighties and former auburn police chief nick willik what's deangelis boss from nineteen seventy six to nineteen seventy nine and he says he remembers him as just an average cop there was nothing really you know while he was working at the auburn police department that would say that you know he was a mass murderer serial rapist burglar police say dna evidence finally helped to catch him and the widow of car inventor john delorean is filing a lawsuit against universal studios you might know the delorean from that little movie called back to the future doc are you telling me that you built a time machine.
"deangelis" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Morning tariffs on steel and aluminum could become official us policy later today john lawrence as the story president trump says the measures are needed to balanced global trade deficits dan simmons the head of united steelworkers local eighteen ninety nine says he and his workers are thrilled estatic is probably the best word for the with we've been wait for this her so long but critics like dan ever ceo of canary a us oilfield services company says the tariffs will benefit foreign oil producers were already seeing the effects of it so our steel costs from some of our produce or providers are already up about twenty percent since last thursday i'm john lawrence report it's twenty two till governor rick scott has declined to say if he will sign new gun control measures that the florida state house narrowly passed yesterday meantime nicholas cruz was indicted yesterday on thirty four counts of premeditated murder and attempted murder in connection with the parkland florida massacre corresponded stephan kaufman has the advice of a former high high school principal who is all too familiar with school violence frank de angelis has had experience with guns in school okay pete by the like it gap is a merit on it not brent andrew lewis was the principle of colorado's columbine high school where two gunmen killed a dozen students and a teacher nearly twenty years ago now deangelis finds himself offering advice the school officials including those in parkland florida at the scene of last month's school shooting parkland students will face the five stages of grief for some time to come shot isolate anger bargaining in in eight we're going to go through some get crashed in any he says arming teachers is not the answer instead de angelis is a strong proponent of school resource officers and has confidence and continuing improvements in schools kurdi that have occurred since columbine surveillance cameras earned play for a lot of state have been killed measures in which students can report anonymous kit calling the student voices that are being spoken powerful than inspirational deangelis holds out hope that the florida shooting will tipped the scales in favour of stricter gun control lee at bay conversations after every single and now i'm hoping that these invoices will devote because they're saying no more as i've said enough enough stephan kaufman denver the.
"deangelis" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Effects of it so our steel costs from some of our produce or providers are already up about twenty percent since last thursday i'm john lawrence report it's 22 till governor rick scott has declined to say if he will sign new gun control measures that the florida state house narrowly passed yesterday meantime nicholas cruz was indicted yesterday on thirty four counts of premeditated murder and attempted murder in connection with the parkland florida massacre corresponded stephan kaufman often has the advice of a former high school principal who is all too familiar with school violence frank de angelis has had experience with guns and school of it by that idea is america on and not journalists was the principle of colorado's columbine high school when two gunmen killed a dozen students and a teacher nearly twenty years ago now deangelis finds himself offering advice the school officials including those in parkland florida at the scene of last month's school shooting parkland students will face the five stages of grief for some time to come too late anger at bargaining in in people are going to go through some depression and acceptance visas arming teachers is not the end sir instead deangelis is a strong proponent of school resource officers and as confidence and continuing improvements in school security that have occurred since columbine surveillance cameras earned play a lot of state have been killed in which you can report anonymous calling the student voices that are being spoken powerful than inspirational deangelis holds out hope that the florida shooting we'll tipped the scales in favour of stricter gun control he at this stage since after every school shooting and now i'm hoping that these student voices will be heard because they're saying no more than 5 said enough enough stephan kaufman denver the topic continues a 22 all with jim bohannon how do we approach the notion of violence than our schools and the other a large gatherings of people a lot of things of course have been suggested the hardening of such locations the schools malaika security guards and metal detectors or a arming teachers a host of issues.
"deangelis" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"And in circumstances that we have seen it a we have on used did before none of contact travelled died to say something about south africa and i'd like to redress the statement that i've written here filled it out be sure that i'll say everything that i have in mind about the south africans situation without missing anything i understand they are here tonight all south africans some of whom have been involved in the long struggle for freedom there and i'll struggle for freedom and justice in the united states which has also been the sole long and difficult we feel a powerful sense of identity occasion with those in the far more deangelis struggle for freedom in south africa we know how africans down and that trend above the racist drove a half of sin through to win that freedom by non violent methods we have on a cheap look tuning for his leadership and we know how this non violence was only met by increasing violence from the state increasing repression culminating in the shooting saul beal and all that has happened sentence clearly about as much in mississippi alabama to remind the south africans of down country yet even in mississippi we can organize to register negro voters we can speak to the press we again in short organized with people in nonviolent action but in south africa even the model this form of nonviolent resistance meets with years of imprisonment and leader over many years have been restricted unsolved on standing prison we can understand how in that situation people fellow quote desperate the date turn to other methods such as sabotage today great leaders like nelson mandela and robert saburo out among the many hundreds wasting away in robben island prison again for massive bombing and roll through a state which use this tortured on the farms of interrogation to crush human beings even driving some to suicide the militant opposition inside south africa scene for the moment to be silence math of the people seems to be contain seems for the moment unable to break from the oppression i emphasize the word seems a bit 'cause we can't imagine what emotions on plans must be seething below the com surface of that process whose release date we know what emotions and seething and the rest of africa and indeed all over the world the dangers of a rates wall these dangers we have had repeated profound warning you do in the.
"deangelis" Discussed on AP News
"The change in posed by the federal government towards states with legal recreational marijuana led by attorney general jeff sessions has caused a lot of confusion but in california are besides dispensaries the ills deangelis says he doesn't see federal tourneys going after the marijuana industry i don't think very many us attorney's are going to take him up on the offer i think that most us attorneys who reside in legal canada states have seen that the cannabis reform laws of actually been of benefit to public safety not a detriment hollow officially became legal in california january 1st deangelis does this more as he's concerned it's business as usual we're not going to to make any changes in the way that we do business as the result of of this of this announcement we already are one hundred percent comply with all of our laws in all of our regulations and we will continue to do that in colorado where we'd has been legalzoom's 2014 medicine bands andy williams says any changes the step backward for what's been a thriving sector any action against his industry is action against the consumers and and it endangers that because it takes that product back to the black market marijuana's always been here it's now taxed regulated and is safe for consumers free of pesticides in molds and mildew at williams says dominant political noted some odd move for administration the pro business industry around the united states has attracted a lot of investment know billions of dollars in investment not only privately place but in the public markets as well rescinding the obama era rules has been criticized by found in states with legal marijuana noting both sessions while he was being confirmed and president trump on the campaign trail said they would leave it up to the states meanwhile white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders says the president is just working to enforce federal laws on the books for the ap rob lowe friends with ribbit since there is hardly a shortage of ice this season crews are busy harvesting.
"deangelis" Discussed on WFLA News Radio
"To the business happy hour with frank ryan in doug we're having a great time in year with a special guest repeats gassed erika de angelo from deangelis law how you doing erica today doing good doing good having a great time it's it's friday for us we're on the facebook live on the youtube on crazy stuff like that and you might be listening to us on sunday morning on nine seventy if you are good morning lots of interesting news will be talking about what's going on right now today in politics in just a minute and get with eric about some specials other her law firm is going to be running for two thousand eighteen and of course we might have a dissenting viewpoint or two from our buddy did floored how we do in our area it wouldn't be right without you mayor everything is now my dollars finally home so everything is back to normal let's let's talk about some good news here everything's good with the with the arm and fashions gels a casper that's pretty normal cell some pictures of that's a big one too good to goes all the way up the arm there that's always fun she is crazy is always now manhood and as awesome of your kids broken any bones now the worst thing that happened to my was page cutter forehead oh yeah on on the tailgater what whatever that was that was pretty that was enough it was a gaping wound gaping wounded with nobody else really don't want to sleep in haas for we have your broken but you broken bones that you've been an accident how 'bout you he broken bones just my knows about thirty times i was annoyed iso kirk at event you guys are really abuse right as nutty crooked individual with his nose my job i wanna look like drive i like this but he has to get broken thirty one ethics speaking of that i was i was watching a show the other day and i couldn't figure ask who the heck is this actress who the heck is this actress in in it turns out that she had so much plastic surgery that i literally couldn't i did not recognize or so the girl the one for a ma jerry maguire oh yeah the answer name jerry maguire one.
"deangelis" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Was the best listen this is not evidence this is not mean making my own argument this is not a guy the flame miserably that was kind of funny i'm fine with that phone call that should not be a reason not to call that she'd be reason to call look i thought the guy i'd be like this arrogant fourteen grad he was selfdeprecating yet some fun with it was good it's fine that should not be example you say see rome that's why i would never call your show because of what happened to that guy whatever that guy a to a half of that guy took gasol off the hook that's one thing deangelis should be very happy indiana along good with you mumand except when you said did he's a sixteen year old son who is a sixteen year old son or a six old oh you're for your who that's what he said you see dangelo if not for john in huntington beach i would be getting nothing but emails in tweets about you saying that his 16yearold son is sixteen who bird your who right in his younger son is his younger son and the vars name is low vare betrothal look because of john in huntington beach i same very us let's just rewrite this thing was run it back what do you wanna call about get a topic get yourself together make the call it's not that hard to actually pretty fun one eight hundred six three six eight six eight six yankee fans did the yankees get it right with joe girardi now the judge wrote he's gone who do you want to replace him now let's talk about dave roberts and he's getting a lot of heat this morning i think it's unfair i'll get to that in a minute we want the straight scoop on home security ask streak cops cops are not fans of old school home security your work you're longo's off some time passes than some operator cost to see if you set off your lahrmann no that wasn't me so by the time the cops.
"deangelis" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"So gasoline demand not that strong right now as it normally is this time of year some people are blaming the weather unless driving for that trend meantime the iaea out with a report this morning suggesting that the supply glut would continue through 2017 remember most analysts on wall street of modelled some sort of supply demand rebalance which would help stabilise prices and of course curb volatility so where do we go from here the big question traders say fortyfive was breached today fortythree seventy three's and other support and fortytwo is not out of the question i jackie thank you jackie deangelis take a look at the sla that the tf course the the sb energy sector that was down two percent today the worst performing sector of this year down thirteen percent and look at the dividend yields and some of the big integrated stocks bp with nearly a seven percent yield chevron a fourpercent exxon with three point seven five conoco's at to some oil and these socks he falling are these dividends in trouble and really the european integrated route they had the highest rds scott what seven percent of an annual well while i think repeals the one you stay away from the track record for cutting the dividend in terms of rds hotel to meet the one that you keep the one i actually like the one i actually own that's a five percent yield or some twenty and this is a very different environment than we were we were eighteen months ago i need to be clear and i think if you think about a name like chevron these guys went from thirty six billion catholics in two thousand fourteen to half of that very quickly by two thousand and sixty so i think the big integrated names especially exxon who basically.