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"dennis moore" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:11 min | 2 months ago

"dennis moore" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"I'm Julie Norton Dennis. It's official inmate coronavirus case numbers will no longer be reflected in Oahu's daily count. We could go. Mayor Caldwell asked Governor EJ for permission to remove inmate totals. Prison outbreaks like the one at Hlava Correctional Facility have been driving a lawful closer to falling back into Tier one restrictions meaning businesses would have to close or scale back operations. And what has been a recent trend that majority of Monday's cases on all of all who are among inmates at Hlava. Who's seven day case average is currently 105, which qualifies for Tier one. However, the average must remain above 100 for several more days before restrictions are officially ordered. 8000 doses of the Madonna Corona virus vaccine arrived in Hawaii Monday. An additional 4000 doses are expected We shipped in the coming days. 6000 of the initial doses went to who, well. The other 2000 are headed to the neighbor islands. Madonna vaccine will primarily go to the state's first responders and elderly care home residents. Volcanic eruption. Akila Where's Hurley? Mountain Crater remains stable. The eruption started Sunday night and grew within the early hours of Monday morning before beginning to subside. At one point, lava fountains were shooting as much as 165 ft into the air. We're concerned of Asheville impacting communities on the Big Island, But so far there have been no serious issues. Contrary to initial reports, no evacuations were needed in nearby communities. The U. S Geological Survey downgraded interruption threat level to a watch in the aviation alert has been downgraded from red to Orange, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park remains open to visitors. From the news radio 8 30 Cage Page News Center. I'm Julian Norton, Dennis Moore Trending local and National news at Cage VH radio dot com. There's efforts, said guys, this assume Alise. I know that mental health could be a really difficult thing to talk about. Sometimes. But these conversations can literally save lives. If you think that someone you know, could be struggling with feelings of depression. Do not wait..

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"dennis moore" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:56 min | 4 months ago

"dennis moore" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Who's to Polling locations are triggering new fears of a Corona virus. Skase Spike, an estimate of 4500 people stood in line and waited to vote out Holly and Couplet Holly on Tuesday. Masks and social distancing were required. But some local doctors think that might not have been enough to safeguard against the potential Super spreader event. Lieutenant governor Josh Green says. It's definitely going to cause a spread. But now the question is just how much did it cause? He also says long lines at the polls created the crowded events that officials had for weeks been urging people to avoid on Halloween. Officials are already on high alert after all, who reported 125 new cases for the first time in several weeks Wednesday. No biting one Handley in Hawaii, But more residents voted for President Trump than in 2016. Trump received 34% of the vote on the island's compared to 30% last time around. That translates to almost 197,000 votes, which marks an increase of more than 68,000 from before. This is the most votes a Republican presidential candidate has picked up in Hawaii since former President George W. Bush who took home 45% of the vote in 2004, Republican has not won Hawaii since Ronald Reagan in 1984. Boys Department of Public Safety has named Jordan Lois, It's new deputy director of law enforcement. Lo has been in the public service field for almost four decades. He's been an internal audit for the officer, Regional inspector special agent with the Criminal investigation division in the IRS and his work with the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. I'm the news radio 8 30 Cage Age New Center. I'm Julian Norton, Dennis Moore Trending local and national news at Cage Radio for an election of our lives. It's winner winner and the winner.

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Though Closed To The Public, Bryce Canyon Still Teems With Life

Environment: NPR

03:17 min | 11 months ago

Though Closed To The Public, Bryce Canyon Still Teems With Life

"We're going to spend a few minutes now in Bryce Canyon National Park that's in Utah. At typically visitors flocked there this time of year as winter melts into spring but Bryce Lake other national parks is closed due to cove in nineteen. So we got in touch with Park Ranger. Peter Dennis Moore. He is Visual Information. Specialist at Bryce sharing photos videos of the parks deep red canyons and towering rocky. Who's on social media? But we asked him what the park sounds like right now. Without the home of hikers tourists spring comes late here at eight thousand feet. Were still kind of in what feels like the tail end of winter. Not Quite sure whether or not to start fully celebrating spring or to be braced for a snowstorm. We're coming into the breeding season and so the birds are coming in with beautiful plumage as well as their most complex songs. I'm personally waiting for the humming birds to return once they've returned to the park. It's safe to begin really celebrating. Spring and Summertime Utah Prairie Dog. They make quite a lot of sound to and often what we're hearing from them. Are these keeping squeaks. Often of their alarm calls take the time to observe these colonies. Find your attention drawn to things that you might not have noticed that the cradock certainly maybe coyote Red Fox or a Golden Eagle or some other rafter above visitation is usually on its way up spring break beginning in March usually signals unofficial beginning to our season. It's surreal to have visitors here and understanding the history of the National Park Service in our national parks. I've found that you can't ignore the fact that their existence has been so dependent on often individuals. You know that were transformed by these landscapes to the point that they engaged in advocacy for them or or made other remarkable acts on their behalf. That without which you know we might not even have them as national parks today. Being outdoors is really just provided a sense of stability in uncertain times. I actually feel kind of unique pressure to step up to this moment and try to provide people a window into this place thinking about a Mary. Oliver quote that the world's otherness is antidote to confusion. And standing in that other nece can re dignify a worse stung hard. That's Peter Dinsmore ranger at the currently closed Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah.

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"dennis moore" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:09 min | 11 months ago

"dennis moore" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Away from the echo of a virus don't such people live up north that story is coming up W. W. used is nine oh wait it is time for traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the aids from the I don't don motor group traffic center brought you this hour by title d'armes ality of Rochester hills thank you and now the accu weather traffic and weather together and let's go to the Rose firsters Dennis good morning Dennis Moore reported crash free driving CD big a problem spots all pavements dry out nicely with the winds we have no crashes again freeway do we have problems though in Dearborn which that you just a moment here this report is sponsored by I. B. E. W. F. Miller road closed over Ford road for some long term repair work until bother about that mid may either be restrictions there also on Ford road one of the teachers is to use while media reported of a crash there in the intersection of Wyoming and Michigan Avenue so that's near I. ninety four that could be a problem in taking a look at that Tripoli Jan PM there at I. ninety four and while we it's not focused on the crash at all the U. S. twelve oil means where you may come across crushed all the crashes these are good through the traffic shift on I. seventy five between eight mile and I. six ninety six to a travel Jerry the southbound lanes because signatory contractors and I. B. E. W. all the Christians continue to support the critical infrastructure of our hospitals with power security and communications technology we thank the frontline medical teams and our dependable members for rising to the challenge to serve the community we love watching the Tripoli Jan camps in the automotive group twenty four hour traffic center Dennis you backer W. W. changes radio nine fifty some sunshine out there right now let's get the accu weather forecast from dean devore it reverted Tom the clouds in those first shower batches have moved off to the south and east were into sunshine it'll mix with more clouds as we get in the afternoon the hiding of the forty eight real feels generally in the thirties now I do think some of those clouds later the family this evening could generate another rain or snow showers north and west of town leave the sapping this evening clearing windy and cold down to thirty three tonight a gusty chilly breeze tomorrow will stay in the forties with some sunny breaks little better Saturday mid fifties.

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"dennis moore" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"dennis moore" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The Vietnamese struggle for independence and against colonialism gets the French the Chinese every high heels and now the US the group read about north Vietnamese communist leader Ho Chi Minh and the time was spent in the United States one of the things that impressed me most was a essay he wrote about lynching the United States that that this person ten thousand miles away talked about something that I hadn't even thought about that much myself from their training base in Georgia Johnson and others in the study group met with local peace and civil rights activists Johnson is African American and you could see links between the fight against colonialism in Vietnam and the civil rights movement in America in the summer of nineteen sixty six JJ Johnson and Dennis Moore a got orders to ship out for Vietnam they refuse they were joined by a twenty nine year old private from Chicago and the three men were arrested they were charged with insubordination and sentenced to three years in prison they became known nationally as the Fort Hood three JJ Johnson hope their refusal to fight would lead to a mass exodus from the military of active duty G. eyes that didn't happen but publicidad around their case inspired GI's across the country and in Vietnam to resist the war well JJ Johnson was still awaiting trial in the summer of sixty six a recent high school graduate from Pennsylvania was at the Paris island marine corps training base in South Carolina even though he was physically small bill Erhardt was learning to be a letter now bring course full little guys like me with chips on their shoulders who want to be her heart was the son of a minister he got beat up as a cat big poster in front of the post office when a marine sergeant dress blue uniform and just standing there in the caption was the marine corps build man I was ever going to beat me up again I was going to join the marines time Earhart was a political liberal but like very real now and so many other Cold War kids he was also worried about the spread of global communism and like them he trusted his government when Lyndon Johnson said in a speech if we do not stop communist in Vietnam will one day have to fight them on the sand on Waikiki that sounded serious to me I had every reason to believe that and virtually.

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"dennis moore" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"dennis moore" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Were they like did you approach did you pretend I didn't see them could you ask for a picture and then they said no Taylor swift was spotted in a Jersey city heart yet the VMAs there in your work tonight going with cheaper brought the house now Missy Elliott brought up the up quickly the was on the screen there Missy Elliott just brought the house down at the VMAs I just that's a tweet that I just got I know that you were very upset that you had to work tonight and that you were not able to watch or attend cell which channel would they be on would they be on MTV because so I don't get it hi I'm pretty soon there would be not one person on there that I would recognize now now that I you would recognize Taylor swift if you saw her at a target a year like now yeah I don't think so well how you doing another wrestler well at least I said you MC let's go to Alan to a six year in New Jersey on a one point five Hey now what do you say long time no speak what how how old this is like a blast from the past this is big allies like a long time ago I talked to you so we have a long time listener but I'm Dennis Moore solo morning after Jim you are a long time listener to lower sure al so you so now you your little driver and you have had a bunch of celebrities in your limo yeah matter of fact we take our but I just give you a couple of highlights you will right hi.

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"dennis moore" Discussed on The All New Dennis Miller Option

The All New Dennis Miller Option

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"dennis moore" Discussed on The All New Dennis Miller Option

"That people would call it and say, thanks for the vine Dennis. I would just say I'm gonna okay American some days on God, awful out other days. I try, but I can't I can't do anything except they complete posed ironic. Acceptance of somebody calling in great American, and I like America, but sure thank you. We we're on the road market. I and the local DJ oh introduces us one night. It's a comedy show Christian. This is our big show too. I think we have two thousand people or something pretty good crowd. He goes out and the local I have no idea he meets local DJ, and he's a. You know, you wanna thank him. It's as nice of him to come. And you know, we were on his show a little I have an ax to grind with the guy. But somehow he gets it in his head that he should ask the entire crowd. The stand and say the pledge of allegiance before we go out way. What? Yeah. I'm back stage in the wings about the gone. And I hear he's a police stand. I pledge allegiance. Oh, God, brother. I love the country to China the comedy show here. I hear time at the very least it should have been a recording of Jimi Hendrix saying the pledge of allegiance it was. So he's Elaine German Dennis Moore. I come on. This is so awkward, but I- renounced my American citizenship this afternoon. I could see the crash pike wise. Shot at me. But I don't want it turn it into. I love the country. You know, what I'm sometimes you just want him to drop the puck. Right. I mean. The Canadian sport you're talking about. But I get the point. Yeah. Look awkward hand. Why because of lapsed back into the soap loathing thing about missing the plug on the bench Shapiro show. But I just found out today. I'll be on the twenty or so I'm going to invert this. I'm gonna go to my, you know, group of listeners all of us here inside the the Hurley, the eight person civil war sub. And tell you that I'm going to be on a show with a million people. Now, I know what you're saying. Some people would go on million listener show say, hey, I've gotta show with a crew of the Hurley over there. I think the look that up Christians. Right. Look up the Hurley and see the Hanley Hundley. Hunley H U N L E Y civil war submarine made out of Washington's teeth or something. I used to be before they had plastics metals metals..

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"dennis moore" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"dennis moore" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Of course with the the tragedies and the twenty two horse deaths in the investigation into the race track. At Santa Anita. They've been working diligently to get the race track. Correct. And then of course, the announcement by the Stronach group that they would institute a zero race day medication policy. So from the jockey club perspective, what's been happening on your side of things. Well, just I talk about what the strana group did you mentioned race day medications, but it was a lot more than that what they've done in effect is embraced a standard. That is applied internationally on a lot of the rules. They've moved back. They're going to be embracing moving back and tie inflammatory non steroidal drugs as well. Administration of those it called for a great deal more out of competition testing. That taken a very bold stand on whipping, and obviously the rest of the world doesn't race on on race day. Medication? So that's part of the basket of reforms that they've proposed. But I think it's also important to note that they really did address to the best of their ability the track surface I and by bringing Dennis Moore back by engaging Nick Peterson to the way that they have. So it was kind of a number of different things that they've been looking at following that, you know, those tragedies. Yeah. And it's unprecedented that a race track would take this. I'll call it a drastic step because it is. It's a drastic step in terms of of saying, okay, we're gonna raise medication free. And then they they got the thoroughbred owners of California on board and reach that agreement. So this is something that is moving forward. Does this Jim somehow give us a guideline of? The way that this might be accomplished in the sport on a state to state basis. Yeah, I think it does. I think when you when you look at race day medication. I don't want it to well on it too much, but that's been a heavily debated topic. But it's also been a, you know, a big part of racing in America for the past thirty years. So I think the measured steps that. They're taking two year olds makes a lot of sense. That's a that's ten percent of our racing crop. I think there's going to be some very valuable things. Learn once they start that next year. And you know, hopefully that will help us put in place the right the right measures that we can begin to phase that in phase that out in future years. All right. So where do things stand now with the horse racing integrity act that I had mentioned this introduced by representatives Paul Tonko in Andy bar. Oh, thanks. That's the that's the third congress. We've introduced it congress sits for two years at a time. And it's reset every time. There's a elections. In house of representatives. So this is the same Bill essentially that we had introduced in two thousand seventeen and very similar to the one in two thousand fifteen again, Paul Tonko and Andy bar, the leads because the Democrats control the house. They flip flopped. And now Paul's the is the principal sponsor of the Bill last congress. We had about one hundred thirty cosponsors out of one hundred thirty five we expect you know to to get close to that two hundred Mark probably by midsummer wires, a lot of work on our our part and the fellow supporters of the coalition. We'll do down to Washington we'll talk to legislators will do so with, you know, our colleagues in the coalition, including some of the animal welfare groups that have embraced this legislation. And also that for the first time, we'll have a Senate version of this Bill sometime before the Kentucky Derby this. Here. You know, they're going to be plenty of people Jim that have a differing opinion..

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"dennis moore" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"dennis moore" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"And five phones again, do they're ready to run right now. So instead of going four weeks to the to the baby, and then and then four weeks to the Kentucky Derby for one of the least you got you can have to go three weeks and four weeks or four weeks to three weeks. If you go rebel Arkansas derby, then you only have three weeks the derby. But this is it. I mean, they gotta run by next Saturday, otherwise their trouble, otherwise they're in. They're in trouble both derby favorites when I mean, I don't know what sandy. Is gonna do go to question. I have is that. I just don't know what what then is more is gonna find regarding racetrack that make peace and who's the former expert on racetracks in the country didn't find a week ago when he says track was in good shape. I mean, he's every track you every put seizure everything about race straps in about retraction relationship to ports and stride. And skeletal structure is been invented by Mick Peterson, you know, it's just title. He's every trace fracking every racetrack uses him his expertise. So sudden Santa Anita saying, oh, he doesn't eighteen let's go with. That's not with. No, that's not what they're saying. That that's not what they're saying. You have you have the individual in Dennis Moore who literally I was on the greater on a daily basis that understands that racetrack and had the racetrack in the last two seasons when they had a total of eight and ten incidents, so he and Dennis. And I'm quoting Cassidy from yesterday. Jim Cassidy said that Dennis has feel going in for what what is amiss and has a plan, and seemingly when you when you consider that. Every indication is that three weeks is is what is being prescribed here or projected by. And that's got to be coming from more that he need that. That's the time he'll need to to make whatever adjustments. He believes are going to be necessary. So I you've heard from every I mean literally from across the board out there. Everyone is. Is is confident that that Dennis will have work that track is indeed the race track and big audio out. And I don't know anything about racetracks. But it seems to me that every time I watch ration- sand. Either. I watch it work at San Anita is being run on a on a on a sloppy healed racetrack. I don't know how many times they've sealed that racetrack this meat. I can't I can't imagine that that's running so many times on seal racetrack might not affect the horse some short-term some long term maybe a lot of these horses running on that tack down racetrack. All winter. Maybe taking this affect on. I don't know. I'm just trying to come up with a kind of. But it's possible that it's been the weather. Of course, it's fast tracking. I couldn't find anything wrong with it. It's a that's a contributing obviously a major contributing factor..

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"dennis moore" Discussed on In The Gate

In The Gate

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"dennis moore" Discussed on In The Gate

"Next ten days, which in seven to ten days, everything is very likely in the sense that as soon as you know, there's rain falling in California the afternoon and and this morning Dennis Moore track consultant was announced on Tuesday to rejoin sandy team after stepping away from that position with that track. At the end of the end of December more has a lengthy history of working with tracks that Los Alameda del mar and Santa need until the end of last year for several years and is widely widely respected. So when he gets in there when this surface does dry out over the next few days and has a chance to analyze the surface. He might be able to come up with an answer to win racing can resume and how to go forward. Los Alameda is going to be a more active role in training of these sandy debase thoroughbreds here in the next few days. They have some stall space available there to accommodate extraordinary. Is if those trainers want to move those horses down to town to Los hours about thirty thirty three mile drive, thirty three mile van ride, and therefore they could they those horses could stay active to a certain extent is one mile track there, and it's it's not heavily used quite a lot of the quarter horses that are racing there at night, those that breed is not train like thoroughbreds. Do. They don't go to the track every day. They go to the track a couple of days a week. So you don't see the same level of activity on day to day basis attracts such as Los Alameda. So that you would attract such as Santa Anita. So there's an option very close to to Santa Anita for trainers to utilize if they want to keep those runners, you know, galloping jogging or even having workouts, then also several stable notably Baffert Doug O'Neill and Johnson for among amongst others have horses in both Staples. Because there have a limited number of stalls at Santa Anita. And then they have horses. At low, Sal that might be maybe suited to loselle as an individual. Or in most cases, they're either very young horses. We've yet to run might be horses who were just coming back from arrest or something who are just in the early stages of training, and they are prepared there before they're sent to sanity to get closer to the racing days. And also you see the same thing situation at San Louis Ray down straining center, where there's a lot of that's in northern San Diego County in Bonn, and there's five hundred stalls there that that can be used for similar purposes. Peter Miller is base there, for example. And we certainly know that San Louis Ray has been rebuilt after what happened with the fire just over a year ago. How much space do they have how many horses can they take for ninety five four hundred ninety five or so so there's there's a good amount there if capacity, although they're they're usually pretty popular it's usually quite a few horses. They're speaking of where two year olds go when they arrive to the race tracks in southern California loads of two year old star. They're they'll they'll just you. It's much more tranquil setting with a smaller. Smaller capacity. You can just have a little bit of chance go slowly with horse instead of the more hectic and activity at a racing track where it was coming and going on the morning afternoon basis. Steve Anderson of the daily racing form with us here on the gate. It's a chaotic week it said and Nita they have closed the track for reexamination really after a yet another fatality during last weekend's racing mic..

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"dennis moore" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"dennis moore" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"And it changed the way even even to the jockey Seth that we're told if you don't like the way a horse warmed up do not hesitate to tell us at the gate, and we'll get scratch, and yes, those of us has owners and players get annoyed but to. Too bad. If it's kept horses from getting injured fatally or otherwise, it's worth the effort. And I think that you know, everybody we've said this constantly everybody has to be ultra vigilant in this era. It it's it's not like years ago where you know, nobody was keeping track. And nobody was really all that concerned about what was going on on this front. Now, everybody is concerned and deservedly so. Yeah. And that's what motivated, you know, the the action in New York. It's just as you say chains landscape, and as you laid out in New York, it was that they looked at the surface, obviously, see changes could be made there. But the report of that eventually came out with far more comprehensive than that in it. Talked about personnel. And and the adding some some medical oversight at talked about changes in than the drug regulations. Talking about changes in the claiming rules as you to their all of those things happened in New York in that kind of things around. It was a comprehensive look not just detracting attract surface, but all of the factors that lead into horses going to the track that may wind wind up having that fatal injury. I think it was a comprehensive look at it. And again, I would tell people to do just as you said go back and take a look at that. And lay to what's happening. It's in any of this season. Well, we just you know, we wish everybody. The best of the best of luck. And and in particular Dennis Moore who those of you that are Jim this morning. Jim Cassidy say that Moore told him last night that that he has in his mind. An angle and a plan, and that should be exceedingly reassuring to everybody that that this can be fixed and done, right. And I I'm not even going to qualify it by saying fixed and done, right. You know quickly. It doesn't matter. How doesn't matter when the big cap gets run. It doesn't matter when the San Felipe gets run. And if it interferes with, you know, with the five three year olds plans that try to get the derby. None of that's important. None of it. What what's important is that everybody feels secure and confident that that, you know, their horse is going to go out there and exercise and compete and be safe as safe as possible. I will say, and I am not. I'm not pushing quicker is better. But I feel for all people who who are sitting on the sidelines. You know, it's not just the right? The trainers in the ownership that concession people in the ticket takers and whatnot. And it's it's it's rough on them. So I hope I hope it is able to be addressed in a timely fashion. I'm with you don't push it. Take the time that's needed. But I hope it winds up to be to be something that doesn't people on the sidelines wall. A great let's get a couple of ideas to Seth got about three four five minutes to wrap and. Your your thoughts on on found a youth? Actually what what was your take on? What we saw, you know, hidden school. I put a comb on top. I was doing the handicapping show on Saturday. I put Fulco mine top of hidden stroll underneath and then they had the two horses who actually ran one to read underneath. So I like the four that ran one Ford's temp in order, the comb I thought at the top of the stretch look pretty good was was maybe gonna make a run certainly to get set in potentially. And then just kind of have maybe green. I don't know. But but I I'm I'm not necessarily off the bandwagon because you know, superstar back in a while. And it was I right around to turn. So I thought that was good performance code of honor..

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"dennis moore" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"dennis moore" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Debra this is breaking news. Did you have this in your newscast? What? Oh, you can't. You can't see what I'm holding. Now. Let me see let me try me really from that distance. You can read this. Now, I thought maybe it was a big thing. Now, I can't read that we talk about an hour ago. We'll we were talking about animals lots of animals now Santa anita's closed indefinitely. Oh, track consulted. Dennis Moore will inspect the surface that has been plagued by a rash of equine fatalities. Clyde fatality. Yes. They are known as equines. That's the via genetic whatever you call. It. Also, logical also known as horses twenty one in fact. Yeah, that's a lot. That's since they opened December twenty sixth for the winter spring meet as they call it racing will not be what happened now. More breaking news. Oh, well, that's just a story from last hour. Okay. Anyway, racing will not be held this weekend. Oh, see. There was supposed to have a big race this weekend. I think the handicap. And they declined to speculate on a date of resumption racing was scheduled to return from Friday through Sunday. Well, the rain is going to be intense tomorrow. So the tracks could it be wet for the reasons they don't want to deal with that. You're right. Well, they they've had who you're right it if they have a big meet this weekend a big big races. Then you're right. They. Saying is if really star horses die that's going to be bad for them. And they supposedly on Saturday. They're going to have a Kentucky Derby prep race, the San Felipe stakes and then on the program is the Santa Anita handicap to call it the big cap that was scheduled I think for this weekend. So they probably decided that. Yeah. If horses die from that race had get worldwide publicity. They've had nine horses die on the main dirt track seven horses have died while racing nine died training seven died racing. Then five more died on the turf track. Oh boy. So they're they're dying under different conditions on on different tracks. Yeah. So it's. Probably a smart thing to do right now. Because it's not just because they're being protested. It's just that. I don't think people who come to the track with families and kids might enjoy the racing horses are dying. And that's all they're hearing. That makes everybody feel bad. It doesn't you don't really wanna do. You don't really want to go watch the races. If you think there's a good chance. One of the horses is going to collapse and then have to be killed. And if it is because of the weather the track conditions, then just wait two things are better. Right. What's it gonna cost yard? So you can't have the sandy and handicap this weekend, it may have to be delayed a week or whatever. I know that causes havoc with the complete racing. Schedule ahead of the Kentucky Derby, wha what are you gonna do? All right. Because the for the short term you get the race in. But for the long term of another horse or two goes down a fallout from this can last a long long time for Santa Anita. So it's probably the best decision right now. We're gonna talk about the presidential race for twenty twenty and the announcements one yesterday one today of two people who will not be running which is rare. Because lately, it's all these Democrats who've announced they are joining the race for president. They're sixteen. Could you tell me your how many fourteen fourteen officially announced? Okay. There was several speculation Beto Aurore. And Joe Biden, I tried Joe Biden isn't formally announced that he did not waiting for elites in every poll. Well, he doesn't have to go early because he has his fundraising in place. Oh, yeah. He has a staff in place and his name recognition is as close to one hundred percent as you can get right. So there's no reason to run now. Because as soon as he does he's a huge target because he's leading in the polls. Yes. Well, not running. Is Hillary Clinton? And we have good goodbye news, twelve New York with Tara rosenbloom. This is only sixteen seconds. Both speaking quickly here, we go ahead to ask you this. I know you said you can't envision a scenario where you've run again for a third time. But can you tell me now standing here? One hundred percent, the Dow I'm not running, but I'm gonna keep working and speaking and standing up for what I believe. I'm not running. But the I know it's very quick to say that, but you want to clear the sheets trouble standing up doesn't. She. Let's see. She's collapsed big that's horrifying. I remember. She waddles and she lists. Get them all out clay because we may be done with Hillary for a long time on you. Right. It's not. That's what the singer. You know, if the one that gets laughter one if there's. That is the wicked witch if there was one tenth of one percent of me that would consider Hillary Clinton. The thank you, New Jersey thing..

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"dennis moore" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"dennis moore" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"We're back at the road is fifteen to the top of the hour. Rick really jumps in and fresh from fresh from a scene straight out of deadwood, although tombstone, I guess more appropriate you returned to the scene of your your college days, Tucson hammer. Good morning. The morning Steve. How are you? Yeah. I'm I'm learning fasts that work is overrated. If you read these stores peop-, some people are gonna be have a hard time retiring while when that day come survey say what I'm not gonna have a first time at all get used to the, but but also getting ready to get back into the workforce. But yeah, little run Arizona. Great time of year to be there. Tucson was wonderful whether wise when I nine mile hike back into Sabino canyon that photo you talked about. Yes, was in tombstone the count to tufted die. And that was light or that. I was standing next to by the way. Just so, you know, but anyway, anyone down that way should make the extra effort to get down to two so tombstone do the OK corral deal and and the old western town. And actually just for for Steve day guy to tell we're watching the eagle eagle bear game. And the Crystal Palace saloon there on he goes, free, months street and. Two sons of two. If you need a good spot lucky spot, you know, in in the future to watch game that might be the despise so thinking that so we've got a big game coming up here in LA tomorrow. Of course, the Rams and the Calloway's and and then another one in New Orleans. So we're rooting for the Rams in the eagles here collectively. So we can get a game out here next week. But those two so we'll see what happens there. But speaking of here, the weather weather action today's going to be fine. It's foggy and cool. Calling for some rain tonight somewhat heavy later in the in the in the Saturday part of the of the evening of night and then in the morning but supposed to end in the morning early this one. So it could have an effect on raises tomorrow. Just depend how a meme stuff. Sure, they'll seal the track and get ready. The hill writes is of course, the first one to take a look yet and that should be fine on Sunday. But then. The conference three or four days of rain early next week. So we're just getting that January cycle to keep an eye on things here. And I'd say what I sleeping at night when it's raining. I don't have to worry. You know? It's amazing have to say. You know, who's gonna say it, we'd take it off. But so just think about that. When you're looking at morals races in the morning to check what they do. It's thinking of the track. No Dennis Moore longtime track man, or Santa Neto were with the last five six years. Just tremendous. He does not do Santa need anymore. He stopped at the end of the year. It continued to doubt Martin Luth Alameda. He lives. He lives fifty sixty miles from from air and just decided that you know, just too much to do. And so took these not doing Santa meat anymore. But the goodness is Andy laroque who's who's been able to cipher here on his work to Santa Anita for many, many years has taken over, and it'll he'll follow Dennis's programs. I don't think if he too much change in anything going on especially coming out of the rain, and they'll probably the same procedures. Of keeping track field on days that they think it's gonna rain. They have to stop training..

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"dennis moore" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

12:06 min | 2 years ago

"dennis moore" Discussed on WGN Radio

"This is the Roe Conn show with me and Brian Noonan is with us today. And we want to turn our attention to this tragedy in Thousand Oaks and the loss of twelve innocent lives gunman storm that bar there was college night twelve lives lost. And when you look at the the man, they say is responsible for this and his background this individual, Ian, twenty eight year old man, Ian long, it's not necessarily the record of someone who you would say was on track to commit violence. No, there's not a lot of red flags. There's not a long history of involvement with law enforcement. There was a call in April where there was a disturbance at the house police came he told them he thought he was suffering from PTSD someone mental health professional did examined him decided at that point. It was not serious enough to have to hospitalize him. So he went on. You know, when on his way, right? But even his neighbor said, you know, one time we heard some shouting from the house, but who who hasn't her shouting from somebody's house one time nothing that they had to call the police. So there was there wasn't a trail. Like, we see in some of these other sugars others that make you go. All this guy was trouble from the start decorated. Yeah. Honorably discharged from the reins and was decorated received several medals and awards for his service and his service to the country. But we wanted also talk about the sheriff sergeant Ron Hillis who lost his life tragically as he stormed, and he was the first officer to enter this bar and entered within minutes, and we have with us sergeant Pete retired CPT officer of thirty eight years, and we thank you for your service to the city Pete. We we want to get your your take as we understand. It is officers the way you respond to these active shooter situations has has changed over the years. Sadly, as we see more and more of them in this case. We did hear the final words from this man because the sergeant because he was on the phone with his wife when he got the call to go to the bar there were shots fired. And he needed to get there. And he just said, Honey, I gotta go love you. And then he stormed in was unfortunately, pronounced dead. Our later when when you look at what happened here. What what strikes you about the these events? Well, unfortunately, you go to work you put your child off to school. You have your breakfast, you go to work, but a police officer thousands and thousands of an across this country and around the world every day when they go to work. You don't know something like this is going to happen. Here's a man talking to his wife in a barely a few minutes later. He's dead. There's no rhyme, nor reason or why this guy did what he did. Or why people do what they do at the bottom line is that? Unfortunately, now, it's almost impossible to protect yourself from any kind of a situation that happens in a large group, you have one hundred fifty to two hundred people in a barbed doing will eat all the line dancing. Right. And this comes in sheets bouncer as a forty five caliber pistol black with an extended magazine. So God knows how many shots his daddy was able to fire or good fired. And he just indiscriminately shooting people and killing them, right? And so on April, he went into, you know, he had a council tasted with the police. They found him to be you'll okay? Well, the police department at least here if we find somebody that's mentally disturbed or whatever. We don't really charge. You know, if we know that there's something wrong taking no hospital. They can put a, you know, a a seventy two hour hold on them and have them be examined by professionals, but you can't expect your policemen could be counselors and to be met of mental experts and to decipher what's going on in. This guy's mind. It's it's it's just something that one minute. You're driving along you're squad car all by yourself. And the next minute. There's a school shooting or a shooting in a bar shooting at temple or shooting in church, and you have to go out and even begging years ago. It used to be run hide and secure yourself in place. Lock yourself in the room. That's what they told. Now right now, it's run hiding site. And you don't try to fight your way out. But here's a big problem with that. When you think about? If you have a six or a seven year old kid, and they're in kindergarten first or second grade teacher these kids can't fight. So you you're talking about an high school or college setting maybe they can fight but in grammar school. You can't fight. Right. I know I know you can't talk to the specifics of the Ventura County sheriff's department, but you can talk to the Chicago police response in a shooter situation like this. If the call goes out in in this sergeant was responding. What's the protocol in Chicago? If you come to an active shooter situation now he went in obviously who went in trying to save lives. There's no doubt about it. He wasn't trying to he wasn't trying to be, you know, some kind of cartoon superhero he went in trying to do his job. What's what's the official response in Chicago? When you come on this situation. Basically is a policeman's training. And the policeman's response is for their policemen to go in there engaged the offender. Have him turned his attention to you. So they're the children or the people involved in the situation. Are protected so the shooter Dennis Moore is preoccupied with you. And this sergeant went in there with us a state trooper, and they were there two or three minutes after the incident happened. But now, it's the they want the police to go right in and try to engage this guy knowing full well that now the police is putting his life. I'm the line which they do every day for this country. Let's remember that that the law enforcement officers are running into the danger. When everyone else is running out, you don't people they complain about this, and it can complain about that, and they wanna do this. They wanna do they have to have consent decrees. They went any of this. But none of those ACLU lawyers are gonna run into dance school and divert bullets flying towards them difficult. Tonight your front line there your front line? No question. There was the only incident that stands out in in his past. Again, he had he had two meritorious unit commendations while he was combat. He had conduct medals. He was honorably discharged. If you get if you're in the service, and you get out with an honorable discharge you get a good conduct battle. If you serve in a war zone. You get a medal for being in a war zone. So it's not like he did anything out because the duty. They just they give metals just because you were there. So the one. He was he was in the in in the war. Right. Right. But there was nothing. I guess it stood out at that time that put that caused the dishonorable discharge or anything like that that call the attention of the the marines. But the the the one the one incident that does stand out other than a minor contact with police is this moment when he police showed up at his house. He had kicked in walls. He had broken furniture. He seemed to be hurting himself more than anyone else. And he he told the officers he believed he suffered from PTSD. He obviously wasn't well when you're hitting your head against the wall or screaming the way he was. But you're saying there's a limit to what a police officer could do in responding to that type of scenario. It is it is I we're not policemen are not mental professionals. And you know, they're training with this. Verbal judo, which means, you know, learn how to talk to people. Okay. So I'm talking to you. And I think you're a little looney. So I if that's in my judgment is supervised by take the guys there's something wrong with them. For his protection as well. As for anybody else's protection. I'm going to say, well, let's go to the hospital to get you valuated. And if we have to forcibly or physically take him or his parents or his wife or something they can sign you into a mental facility and say, you know, he's in dire need of help. Now. This guy convinced to member was on the scene that okay? I'm over this. You know this little break. I had this, you know, this theory that I was in and I'm Tom down now and get on the policeman walked out. But you know, you can't say what somebody's gonna do five or six months down the line. No point. They don't seem as if they're going to harm themselves or harm, others and. I don't think anybody's looking at the police who came in April and casting any blame. Now, you mentioned you mentioned some of the changes that now the police are being are being trained to go in right away and engage this shooter. So to put, you know, make them the focus what other changes have come along in the train because these, unfortunately, these incidents are happening more and more they're becoming more commonplace. So what how has the police training evolved to match the frequency of these incidents? You know since nine eleven it's a whole new ballgame. And you know, right after nine eleven we were trained, you know, don't rush into the bombing seen right away. Because now we've learned that they said second bombs or nine eleven they said the second airplane because they want to kill the first responders. They wanna kill the fireman de ambulance, the doctors employees that they want to wipe them out as quick as they can so policeman. No, you don't training evolves and becomes reactive to the different situations that we have in society today. So as a new problem arises. Null drug thing. You get on the south side they had to change your policing strategy to go out and find out who the buyers were and traced the buyers back to the seller. So they could stop all these debts. So you're you're policemen. And or ladies, they're they're much better trained than we were or I was in one thousand nine hundred seventy one, and you know, you get continuing education, you get continuing training and get continuing scenarios thrown at you. And you have the best. Can you? Remember a policeman. Matter. What happens they are flying by the cedar there? There isn't always somebody there to say why you should have done this, and you should have done that you have to sink. You know, you have to think quickly. Enough to make a decision to go for school society. Depend the police go in there, and they draw the fire from the active shooter, and they make themselves the center of this guy universe. So the other people can get away. This poor hero used. Yeah. I wanna ask you also before we we're running out of time here as well. Something else about this individual who is linked to this crime the the alleged gunman apparently the way we're hearing a little more about him that he was a local resident so he lived in the area presumably knew this bar. It was college night. A lot of young people were present. And sadly, a lot of the the victims were also young people some of them college students. He died. Yeah. There is a few other of the local schools. He threw smoke grenades into the club onto the dance floor people witnesses inside. So that they it looked as if he really knew how to handle weapons, I guess being a former marine who served in combat..

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"dennis moore" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"dennis moore" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Is also supply small businesses will help with business plans consultant publisher leadership books as well and the other thing that also do is author of a couple of novels that's one novel that's out now the sequences call changes of love and changes love space off my story and my wife story in reference to being lgbt family and we've been together now married to mrs linda michelle dennis moore and we've been married now legally bob years together solid together for eighteen years so we decided to come up with books with sharing a life story the first book out now is changes of love beginning years in the next book is coming out this changes don't ask don't tell i'm also a breast cancer survivor you know went to breast cancer two thousand ten two thousand twelve went to the chemo loss on my hair you know had to pretty much rebuil reinvent you know they could you know that i made it through that as well you know and i and starting thinking about what what am i great you know one of my good you know i know people always compliment me on that you greek dance and i know i love i've been pretty much and and i still do love to imitate michael jackson and all these other great they asses out here but you know i was trying to figure that's my genius and started thinking you know me the academic things speaking to a lot of people were as professor speaking to a lot of soldiers used to be a command of basic training i used to be a regional train senate british chief military trained soldiers for our rack and afghantistan had switched roles but i couldn't figure out you know what will be my jeans and i realize our started thinking about it i actually taught so people day in and day out and for some reason i have this ability to be able to connect the dots i can listen to someone figure out what is missing you know what could make them successful what's that missing part in life that could make the move forward and be able to accomplish something.

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"dennis moore" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"dennis moore" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Supply small businesses will help with business plans consulting publish leadership books as well and the other thing that i also do is author of a couple of novels that's one novel that's out now sequences call changes of love and changes of love is based off my story and my wife story in reference to being lgbt family and we've been together now married to mrs linda michelle dennis moore and we've been married now legally for five years but together solid together for eighteen years so we decided to come up with books sharing a life story the first book is out now is changes of love beginning years in the next book is coming out this year's changes don't ask don't tell i'm also a breast cancer survivor know went to breast cancer two thousand ten two thousand twelve went to the chemo loss on my hair you know had to pretty much rebuil reinvent you know they could you know that i made it through that as well you know and and starting thinking what what am i great you know one of my good you know i know people always compliment me on that a great dancer and i know i love i've dancing pretty much and i still do i love to imitate michael jason and all these other great they asses out here but you know i was trying to figure out whether that's my genius and started thinking you know academic things speaking to a lot of people as professor speaking to a lot of soldiers used to be a command of basic training i used to be a regional training centre branch chief for the military trainers soldiers iraq and afghanistan had roles but i couldn't figure out you know what will be my and i realized after i started thinking about it i actually talked to people and and for some reason i have this ability to be able to connect the dots i can listen to someone figure out what is missing you know what can make them successful what's that missing partying life that could make the move forward and be able to accomplish something that they never dreamed that they would accomplish and.

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"dennis moore" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"dennis moore" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"We've got wind county is considered a majority minority district i've only lived in dot county myself for a short amount of time while while i've been in the area i lived in lived there for just a year while i was going to go into school i would say you know it's not necessarily fully diverse throughout the entire district but we do have some some diversity here and then in terms of of ages you know our population tends a little bit older this is a district that it looks as not super republican so there's a republican incumbent right now but it looks like it's potentially flippable oh yeah it is definitely flippable we actually had before the incumbent who's a republican we had a democratic representative for for for twelve years we had dennis moore as our representative and you know this district actually went to hillary in the last election in the twenty sixteen election by percentage point so it's considered one of the most flippable districts in the country but earlier today the kansas city star had a story about some of the third party groups that that valuate the house seats just shifted this district from leans republican to tossup that has a lot to do with the with the with both the big push to get folks registered democrat we have a high number of unaffiliated voters in we have a closed primary so we've been we've we've had a big movement to get folks to to register as democrats so that's a piece of it and then the other pieces just the the level of activity that we that we have here from young people like the march but also just in general the number of people who have stepped up to run for office and also who are actively engaging by said with the democratic party's that would be very exciting new really late primary we do i was gonna say the latest in the country but i'm not positive about that so florida's later than you but.

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"dennis moore" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

The Tom Leykis Show

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"dennis moore" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

"Of the week will you be funny long new normal network this is stephen hawking calling from a funeral home in england i'm here and not in heaven because i do not believe in heaven because i'm an atheist he he he he he well anyway i would die this year because none of you have me on your debt pool and none of you would get the twenty four points suck it mike timpson chocolate timpson timpson timmy suck time funny same guy to it's it's our friend ontario and not auto twice now he did it to tom we may have to block them oh no be potty idiots what's he do tom yes for tom tom yes tom tom oh my god stock robo tally tom do we have robo downs to have tom and the yeah sixties when rumors of the layoffs were coming mikey back at westwood one robo tom probably labeled something stupid now robo tom brady got one more emailed bit from big phil fifty three degrees la la la la wgn ally off the geologic with age route fourteen year old kid wants to just got out of school was pouring rain got to hop on the cab and then on the trey got the radio station past four dennis moore what do you got for me grabs the me plus sit there and wait wait some more motherfucker done slipped out the back door perceptions grabbed her coat as she was gone believe i've been waiting this long it finally comes out and he says with a smirk so did defined he the work never forget all that bullshit his program director whose names on the list what i was an dick what a piece of shit big.

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