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"doug chocolate" Discussed on Cold

Cold

07:56 min | 10 months ago

"doug chocolate" Discussed on Cold

"As the weather began to warm in april of. Oh seven shane. Minor reached out to the captain of the department of public. Safety's dive team with a request. Could they take their fancy boat with. Its sonar up to causey. Kasi was a tough place to launch. There were no concrete ramps and the reservoirs banks were steep. The big boat was a no go. Shane next connected with weber. County sheriff's lieutenant. jeff malin. Who was at that time. Head of search and rescue. They had their own dive team. The weber county divers went into qazi on april twenty ninth but found its water still too cold to reach bottom in the deeper portions. They were unable to find. Anything to support jared briggs story of doug having dumped joyce's body there several months later over labor day weekend. A young man named zhang g attempted to swim across causey. Gene was an exchange student from korea visiting the reservoir with a group from washington heights baptist church authorities don't know why the boy went under. He was possibly exhausted certainly chilled by the cold water. He may have misjudged the distance. He was swimming with this church group. The weber county dive team mobilized and worked until nightfall without success. They returned the following morning bringing a submersible robot. The submersibles video camera found the teen hundred and twenty one feet deep. It's robotic arm grabbed him and brought him to the surface. This i've discovered was not the first time. Searchers had scoured the lake bed. They had done the same almost eighteen years earlier in september of eighty nine. They had relied on the help of a submersible to make. Sure the billings. County sheriff's deputies deep water diving experts from the pillow base diving company. Used a remote control camera to probed the murky depths of the reservoir after making the recovery. No seven the operators of the submersible stuck around to do some extra training they ran the robot through portions of qazis north arm. Three weeks went by before shane. Minor received a call from jeff malin about the labor day weekend tragedy. Jeff had remembered there earlier. Conversation about the jared briggs tip. He told shane about the robot and said he had heard. It had dredged up a pair of paint cans. Those cans had been full of nails. Maybe they were just some. Fisherman's makeshift anchors. For maybe they were weight of some sort. Meant to keep a buoyant object bound to the silty lake bed. I'm not clear if this second hand information was ever verified in a report. Shane minor road. He didn't know what happened to those paint cans or if the area surrounding where they were discovered was ever searched remember though that when south ogden police recovered joyce's car from where doug had parked near the water tank back in august of eighty five. They had found a bath. Towel wadded up on the driver's seat and they had discovered a glass pint jar. On the rear passenger side floorboard. The jar had appeared to contain white. Paint the utah. Supreme court heard oral argument in doug's third appeal on february third. Two thousand nine recorded here for all of our you notice. Four on february calendar utah level. That's chief justice christine. Durham all right. Thank you you may proceed for the health. Doug had twice already challenged his conviction at the utah supreme court and lost as i explained earlier in this episode. This third trip to the high court took a slightly different approach. It focused on the guilty plea. Doug had entered in ninety-three he'd asked to take it back soon afterward but had been left waiting without an answer for years. You're going on his expedition trying to figure out what was in the defense mine back. This case should have been silenced fifty years ago. That's doug's attorney du jour. David finlayson doug guilt or innocence wasn't in question by this point in nineteen ninety nine but if the high court allowed him to take back the guilty plea he could have another crack at sentencing and potentially avoid the death penalty but someone who pleads guilty can't just change their mind. After the fact doug had to prove to the justices that his original plea had been flawed. His attorney finlayson figured he had found that flaw. He said judge stanton. Taylor had made several errors when advising doug of his rights back in ninety three nowhere in the record is we hearing was the presumption of innocence Mr level this exchange between doug and judge taylor was what's known as a plea colloquy rule eleven of the utah rules of criminal procedure which i mentioned earlier spelled out what that colloquy was supposed to include under the rule judges were required to inform defendants making guilty pleas that they were waving certain rights. Judge taylor had done that. But using an outdated version of the text guaranteed right in our constitution. The very nature of a colloquy is that it's supposed to be a back and forth not just a recitation of the text judges in ninety three expected a certain degree of flexibility with rule. Eleven but in the sixteen years between doug's sentencing and this two thousand nine oral argument the utah supreme court had clarified. Judges were supposed to maintain strict compliance. We are talking letter of the law right down to the precise number of jurors in a capital case. Like doug's chocolate jesus by the unanimity require. The jury missed with twelve right cultures to put it simply. Doug was arguing. He hadn't known what he was giving up by pleading guilty assistant. Utah attorney general. Laura dupay pushed back on that. You must tell three times that he was giving the right to require that the state proof that he was twenty beyond a reasonable. Yeah in the eyes of the state. All doug had done was find an excuse to try and claw back his plea on a technicality. That is now. Is that if he had realized that he was going to get a jeff sessions. This is really about fire morris and this is exactly the same with the kinds of gamesmanship that we should be trying to avoid the plea mosses. His reason for pleading guilty was hoping to avoid it and when he found out to declare that's when he wanted.

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"doug chocolate" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"doug chocolate" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

"Here's your deadline for this. I want you to love it as much as I do Juno Dave. Myers rings a bell. So he in Saint Louis and he does this to he has jumped all in look up get a chance, his website areas facebook page I think coo for Cocoa Ko. Ko. And In any is cooking channel where his are so professionals so well, then because he's a professional. So. Amazing. But he loves it and you know he signed up under me and I love having him because he really enjoys it. So if you know anyone like need some extra money. It's not a hard sell because it's Doug Chocolate. King take a raw. Mercy I know that you have some charities that are near and dear to your heart is there one that you're actively looking to promote their somebody gets support you in that. Home again I have so many I'm working on right now Let me think I Linden I did something for love like Jackson. Which is a nice one I'm I am supposed to call some about the Kaufman find the assistant late assistance league I work with. Just did a fundraiser for the anti-defamation Laurie Curious in that. Oh, foodbank. I love like Champs Okay die asked me about. I, I could list twenty champs assisted dogs those they're great too. They're just so many places that really do a nice job about staff so. I think it's very cool. What you do you not only sell it but you're really genuine down to earth person and you care like I'll be on facebook and all of a sudden Elsie look at somebody dropped off at my kitchen and I'll see the bags on I'm like, oh, there's marcy. So she's a giver she likes to give when she can and I think that's just so cool because it's more than just chocolate it's more than just making. Well. And I mean I, do it for business but I don't know I mean my husband's job is we're we're paying our mortgage from as much from this. I mean this sort of helps out sometimes and stuff but So because of that, I'm very lucky that I can you know want to charity want something I can like just. Eight years this or here's sadder You know if I've been hearing about people who are having a hard time, I'll just send them something more. I've had a lot of people sending friends stuff that are just down. So I do love that I can do that. Yeah. That's very nice of you.

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"doug chocolate" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

09:12 min | 3 years ago

"doug chocolate" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Know the the foundation of Easter is is wonderfully biblical, I get that. But the pagan practices are pretty pretty weird. I mean Easter bunnies Easter eggs. Okay. Come on. You gotta admit it's kind of weird. On fact, I was an Easter bunny one year for kids. There you go. But nonetheless, maybe let's pay a lot of you were going to participate in these activities. And that means that we're going to have lots. Okay, the. And I'm thinking of those crib? Let's bring in our let's bring in our dietitian nutritionist here in the morning show. She's also that very thing for Safeway albertsons. She's Elaine McGee author of many many books. How you doing good morning? I declined to share fun back. I like a fide egg one year at Halloween at Stanford. Coming out of my next thing cage free. Are you serious? I'll send you a picture of me with one of the kids. But yeah. Oh, do I was the scariest nicer bunny you've ever seen in your life? Probably pretty scary Friday. But all I knew I was able to wear my lily lemon. Beautiful. Okay. Sherri, do you have anything to add to this conversation? What were you on Easter? Or did you ever imitate a fried egg? What did you do sharing? I've led a pretty boring life. Which goes kind of thing. I've I've feeling really out of it as well. But that's okay. Listen you later here to spice things up. Okay. So talk to me what what can you share with us in order to enlighten us this coming Sunday with festivities that involve things like candy and Easter eggs and chocolate or you going to be that person. That says, no, no, no, you can't you shall not. Not. Am I to do that? But I live in the direction of dark chocolate because they're saying, you know, Joe Chuck experts at the hires that could cow the higher the that those solid in the chocolate, which is you know, seventy percent on up though, I really like sixty percent options to defy. You're you're gonna have the flavonoids or the flavonoids pitcher plant compounds. And that's what has those awesome health benefits. And I was gonna I decided to show this. If you buy a study came out with elite all athletes showing that after thirty days of dark chocolate intake, they noticed an increase because of this antioxidant power that you get from from the Trump potentially they saw increased antioxidant marketers and reduction in muscle damage markers. Well, thank God reece's released dark chocolate. Peanut butter eggs for Easter. So I developed some power recovery shakes for the families. They shocked for example, recently half of them. Had unshaken cocoa with him. So you know, that that's part of what is there? There are some benefits to that. Okay. No stay so Katie brings up the reese's and they're dark chocolate. My guess is there's real dark chocolate and there's fake dark chocolate. Right. Because I'm looking at these candy companies. I just can't believe they'd be using the real deal. Well, not going to be it's high in those in those, you know. Cacao? Yeah. Right. How you know when you go to the grocery store, and it'll have like the Delhi set sixty percent. I think is my favorite to us. Not anything you see or those bars. Anything with sixty percent on up is is going to be the real deal. Okay. Yes. You can't get great chocolate chips now, and the bittersweet we have in our organic line we have bittersweet chocolate chunk. That's all going to be the higher cow and then anything would unsweetened cocoa powder. So that you know, that I've developed a lot of recipes with McCain if you could you just mentioned because a lot of our listeners who are just casual listeners the program who should be listening every minute. They don't know. I mean, you do a lot of work. Besides your Albertson. Safeway chief nutritionist dietitian. You do a lot of work with high level athletes. You just mentioned the San Jose Sharks. So you developed a shake for them a protein, shake a nutritious shake. Did you tell us what that's all about? Could you give us an idea what the ingredients may entail? Well, the yeah, recently, I I helped a revamped, you know, some of their program. And so I'm hoping of course, they go the distance right now. But when I looked at the recovery shakes and smoothies. We just you know, I submitted a lot of different smoothies and shakes that I've that I developed specifically for them based on the preferences in flavors of their happy. Chocolate based though at an putt you're getting part of their protein powder that they use that has the traffic powder. But also added always unsweetened cocoa powder. And that's why because I know about those plant compounds and Doug chocolate, and how it can really help with every but just an antioxidant kind of affect and an inflammation. Right. I mean, some of this has to do with relaxing blood vessels, which improves blood flow and decreases blood pressure. So there's just it has to do with some neuro plasticity effect. Okay. Eighty of that compound. But the other thing I did for them moving onto the peace of our store. Our Easter story with anything that has a base like for Tonga, or you know, he or anything whether it's not today. Not just one AIG. I I tend to use half real eggs and have a white or except to people prefer that. And that's because a lot of these years that I've been this nutrition expert, I see the research go back and forth about about egg yolks and cholesterol. Or what have you, and my my my gut was telling me, it's it's better not to have more than a one a guilt. If possible a day just to be safe. There's great things about eggs, and you want them. But you we really need three eight yolks, you know, every day, you know, probably not. So a lot of the research. That's coming out recently cut approves that point that. Yes, eggs are nutrition powerhouse. Houses. But a little is good. And a lot is probably not better, especially for people at risk of heart disease, so athletes, even when I worked at Stanford. We always offered we called it. The fifty fifty where when they had their their omelettes made by the us. They could say, hey, I want the fifty fifty and that was half eggs half white. And that way, you're not going all a white while you're not getting the health benefits of the yoke. But you're also not going. You know? If you have any other issue about ages. It's it's a gateway a gateway because now we eat eggs here in this country. It could be a gateway to saturated fats in bed cards. Okay guy. Got you. I got you. With with whole grains, and how your eggs with spinach, which we tried in mushrooms, which we also tried those opposed to having your eggs with bacon and greasy home fries. Right, or, you know, white pancakes. Hi, see. That's just you're right. That's generally speaking, the right? What what we saddle up the eggs with could. I get back to the chocolate thing for just one moment. We don't have a lot of time. But if like say, you just mentioned at at albertsons, Safeway, you've got the the bittersweet chocolate chunks. So I mean, if you use those kind of like, your if one use those is their version of candy systemic just gonna snack them one of these right after meal is that cool in your mind to do that. I mean is there actually health benefit that's gonna come about from that? Absolutely affect. I was going to tell you that how much does are we talking about to get some of these positive effects of relaxing, our blood vessels, right and increasing insulin sensitivity that's another potential positive and it's like a couple of small squares. Brian. A quarter a quarter. I keep a bag in my freezer of the dark chocolate chips. I I love that. That's really it. And I'll tell you why. Because when you put like, even if it's the dark chocolate of dove, you know, or what have you when you put one of them in your mouth, Katie. And it it forces you to slow down in appreciate it. And let it because it has to get to room temperature in your mouth to our body temperature to start melting. So it's enhancing, you know, the enjoyment. I cherish those moments. Mcgee when we are sorely out of time. But thank you for checking in and giving us all this, wonderful information. You're always trying to keep us healthy happy Easter to all of.

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"doug chocolate" Discussed on Still Buffering

Still Buffering

08:00 min | 3 years ago

"doug chocolate" Discussed on Still Buffering

"A. Sarah says I am sophomore in high school, and I had a huge friend group last year long story short a lot of them turned out to be kind of awful and spending time with them makes me really tired impressed. Rated they still think of me as a friend. I don't know how to tell them that. I don't want to be around them anymore. How do I break up with a toxic front? That's a tough question. That's that's hard to do. That's hard to do. No matter. What age you are? Yeah. But I think especially when you're younger because your friends I mean, well, this is not necessarily when you're younger, but I think so much of your world is defined by your friends because like year there with you at school, probably and so much like your interactions and your schedule, and like the things you do are all defined by those moments that you're with or not with your friends. Yeah. It's a lot harder than when you're an adult and you live in your own house, and you go where you wanna go. And if you don't wanna see your friend anymore. You just don't. Yeah. I mean, even just like college like I was thinking about that a lot like there were maybe some people I spent time with throughout the school that I wouldn't have if we just met in college or not in a school setting because like you are forced to be around them. And you know, you have to kind of create your entire world and high school around the people you spend time with it can get lonely. If you don't if you're a lot of people you want to find other people, so. You're kind of you know, made to pick from who you're in school with that loneliness made me strong strong. But I know what actually. I would agree with that. I mean, that's the thing. Like, I did not a lot of friends in high school. But really like, and they were points where decided like look like, maybe I could sacrifice things about myself to have more people like me, but that means him sacrificing things about myself, and it's the harder road walk when you're on your own. But ultimately, if it means that I'm not changing myself or denying parts of myself to be agreeable to other people like I don't ever want it to come to that. But if it comes to that, then that's I think, that's okay. I think like, you know, the idea of toxic friend is crazy because friend should never be toxic. If it's someone knocks. They're not your friend, your friends people who like what is what is the definition of a friend someone who accepts you someone who who loves you. So who has your back, and if those people aren't that, then, you know, they're not friends to begin with and being alone. Always harder. I'm never gonna say. Yeah. Go it alone. Because sometimes, you know, for she'll sheer like like strength, you need to have people in your corner. And you'll sacrifice some parts of yourself to have people in your corner. But you know. Ultimately like. If you know somebody's toxic for you. It's not a matter of it's a friend that sock. It someone who's toxic and you need to do whatever you can to get away from them. Yeah. I mean for sure and and I would I would look at it this way. It's not like, you know, if the relationship is bad, you're not hurting them by not being their friend anymore yet because. Yeah, you're getting nothing from this relationship. And as a result, I guarantee that it's not like it's not like you're sending off vibes that like, but everything's cool. And I love you and everything I mean, I guarantee this other person knows it's a it's a bad relationship. So it's not like you're not letting them down or harming someone. It's a bad relationship. It's not good for you. You know, it's not going to be good for the other person either. It's for the best that you don't be in that relationship anymore. Yeah. Which is true. Whether it's a friendship or romantic are, always true. Right. You totally like, yeah. Like, if you're not being taken care of cherished than it's thought, a it's not a friendship is not a relationship and you're harming no one by extricating yourself in. You know, it doesn't even have to be like. I don't know like something that that is obviously like very hurtful or is outwardly like hard like maybe even said near question being around them makes you tired and frustrated like doesn't off if being around someone doesn't bring you joy, just say like, hey, maybe we should just like take some time hang out with each other. Like, you know, like just taking time apart from someone who makes you feel that way isn't is in bad like do as good for you. I had to do similar thing in high school just like a group of people who maybe they, you know, I'm not saying that is the same in any way. But maybe people who just like bad people but worked for me and just weren't good for people for me to have friendships with. And I basically told him like nothing against you. All you aren't bad people this trend. Just isn't what's good for me right now? And where I am and being around you all doesn't make me feel better. And it should. And that that's a really I mean like I. I agree with you that that is if you can say that if you have that in you to look at a friend group and say that I think that's great to be honest and forthright about it. I would say that high school Sydney probably didn't have that. I I don't think I could have done that. And so I think it's perfectly acceptable. Because at that age. Everybody is figuring themselves out in the process, you end up hurting other people constantly, I think it's perfectly acceptable to say. Like, I think I'm just gonna eat lunch somewhere else today. And then just don't stop replying to text messages. And when pe- when they make plans, just don't come. Don't hang out like I think it's okay to just fade away a little bit and not make some giant declaration. If you're not comfortable with it. Just because while I think it's great to always be honest. If we're gonna pretend like the teenage years are exactly like adult years. Yeah. And everyone is mature and can interact on mature. Adult level. I mean, obviously, not that's not the way it works. And we'd rather like you were saying like people maybe you don't get along with him. But they can get along with each other. Like, I feel like an adult awareness that is important to have when you're like to maybe consider what you're younger. It's like, it's like, you know, how like, hey, we humans love chocolate dogs is they can't eat chocolate because it soccer to them. Sometimes that's people sometimes the people that like love and relate to each other and get along with each other are absolutely dog chocolate for other people like just because you don't get people doesn't mean they're bad people. And it's good to not draw those lines like in your head like, they're bad. There's something wrong with that. Like just understand like you're gonna find your people. They're gonna find their people. It doesn't mean that any of your bad people. It's just that sometimes personalities don't relate like, that's that's that's something. I didn't realize until like adulthood, like just because someone doesn't get me or I don't get them. Does it mean that one of us has to be bad? It just means that. One of us is Doug chocolate for the other. Only the deal in absolute. Well. That's true though. One of us is dog chocolate. Dialing to jet Star Wars with. I've love it. Great weight the dog chocolate in this conversation. None of us are chocolate for each other. I think we're all people chocolate peanut butter dogs love peanut butter. That was also a very light. When Harry met Sally reference that I don't expect anyone to ever get on planet earth, by the way. You've got it though, sit. And then he told everyone about it. So someone else will probably get it once you help. So somebody out there was like all that was kind of a I like dog in this company. Ten people got my my my fray reference. Somebody's going to get your when Harry met Sally reference.

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