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"ed sniffen" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:14 min | 3 months ago

"ed sniffen" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"6 40 live everywhere on the I heart radio. As we have a lot coming up. We're going to talk a little bit more about Jerry Falwell Jr story and I have kind of a version of it. It's not like you know, having some young pool guy go after your wife. You sit in the corner in your Speedos, but the attorney general for the state of Alaska had to resign today. Do you see this story? I did not I name. His name is Keith Keith Clarkson. Kevin Clark's and sorry He resigned today after text messages came out between he and a woman who works for the state. Now he's married, traditionally conservative, the top law enforcement officer for the state of Alaska. And he texted this woman 558 times roughly a month. Oh, that's too money is 20 a day, right? That's a lot. Let me add this twist to it that you did not see coming. Hit me there. All G rated They're all just Donald dumb like Hey, How you doing? What are you doing? Hey! I made a turkey sandwich for lunch. Hey, Would you like to bring your kids over to my house? For a meal, like with the wife and everything, but the fact that he come constantly was bombarding this woman. He sent like 50 kissy emojis. In one text, right? But He says that it was all mutual endearments. It was inwards and emo. Jeez, this person, he said, initiated a friendly hug. When I came to her workplace, I reflexively gave her a tiny peck of a kiss on top of her head. I feel like someone would punch me if I tried that. Yeah, the lack of game and I don't even know if he knew that that I don't know if that was his It doesn't sound like that was his motivation. But is there any point where you think to yourself, huh? Texting somebody. 20 times a day is probably not the most feelingly cell about a relationship. Sounds like such a child in these text messages. I just pulled up. And making like cute little Covad jokes. Whatever. It's a look at the guy, you know. What do you expect? And one of the greatest names for for politicians, Ed Sniffen. Is going to be stepping in is the attorney general for the state of Alaska. I hear that, he said, like he said, like 123457 unanswered text messages. You can't do that, folks. You get two He had two unanswered tax. And then you got a pen it you done. You've got to get out of there. Ah, Lord, All right. Well, it looks like the helicopter company that operated the helicopter crash that killed Kobe. Is now blaming to air traffic controllers for the accident. Yeah, they named them in this in this lawsuit. A cross complaint filed in L. A County Superior Court last week. The two air traffic controllers for the FAA is Southern California. Trade con handles flights within Southern California Obviously And they said that I had these two air traffic controllers not engaged in the numerous negligent acts and or omissions. Then the pilot of that helicopter would not have been forced to respond to multiple requests and commands during the most critical phase of the flight. The Sikorsky as 76 be slammed into that hillside in Calabasas and heavy fog, of course, January 26th And according to a Kranz a transcript of the pilot's communication with the air traffic controllers released by the National Transportation Safety Board, the pilot said at 9 44 am he planned to climb above the layer of clouds West a Van Nuys He said. We climbing to 4000. Right. But they also said that The controllers did not properly terminate radar services, leading the pilot to believe that he was still being surveilled and being provided flight. Following that the air traffic controllers would have warned him of the closeness of the terrain just how close they were to the mountain that they eventually hit. I feel like the last time we were talking about this story, there was Something missing from the helicopter That would have alerted the pilot to the situation. I a specific instrument of equipment. Yeah. That it was supposed to have. And it didn't This's basically just pointing fingers because nobody wants the blame and the liability that comes with this horrific crash. Right. It's Vanessa Bryant suing the company, and then it's the company turn around and say No, it was the air traffic controllers problem. And it might be a problem. Is it exactly that's the hard part about it is that you know you then have to very rarely Is it just the one thing you know That's what they talk about. Airplane crashes, not helicopters, necessarily, but airplane crashes. It's never just one piece of equipment that goes wrong. It's usually a cascading problem or multiple problems that go wrong. And then that was saying control, and at the same time, sometimes this filing singles out the air traffic control communication with the pilot during the fight. Anal minutes of the flight. It says these errors were calm, pounded by one of the air traffic controllers monopolizing the pilot's attention during the critical phase of the flight by making multiple radio calls. Acquiring transponder ID ent identity and requesting the pilot to state where he was and what his intentions were. At the combination like you mentioned of increased stress, workload and distraction significantly impacted the pilot's ability to fly the aircraft. They explained that the pilot they believe experienced an illusion that is created when the pilot has been in a long turn enough for the fluid in the ear Canal to move at the same speed as the canal. Creating the illusion of turning are accelerating on an entirely different act. Is that like a vertigo thing, I don't know if it would be the exact definition, but it's similar to that one of the problems that we'll remember the JFK junior playing crash that yes, where it was not exactly the same circumstances, but it's a similar phenomenon where your body feels. Different than what the plane is actually doing or the aircraft is actually doing. I assume that's exactly what they're getting, too. But the disoriented pilot made maneuver the aircraft into a dangerous altitude to create the perceived altitude, which, as we know, was the the fatal mistake that was made. Whether it was his fault, specifically, or, you know a problem with the air traffic controllers constantly squawking in his ear and confusing him instead of just allowing him to figure out what was going on. So just it doesn't make it any better. It's just It's proof that there are going to be massive, massive issues anytime something like that goes wrong. There's going to be multiple things that are to blame. All right, coming up. Next. It looks like parents were told, and at least one school district that they're not to eavesdrop on their Children's virtual learning. What the hell? I have a problem with the way this was described to the parents. Yeah, because you you're going to get some pushback on it. We'll talk about it. We come back. Gary and Shannon in for John and Ken Debra Mark has the latest relatives of a black man shot by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin, say he's paralyzed from the waist down. A lawyer for the family says it would take a miracle for Jacob Blake Tow walk again. Blake was shot.

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"ed sniffen" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"ed sniffen" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"To the H one freeway in the eastbound direction. The Hawaii department of transportation has decided to continue to close the on ramp weekdays during the peak hours of three to six thirty pm indefinitely transportation deputy director for highways. Ed Sniffen said HD OT can say with confidence that the closure improves the flow of traffic eastbound during the afternoon commute analysis of the recent pilot closure resulted in time savings of four point seven minutes for the more than twenty thousand drivers who use the H one eastbound between the middle street overpass and the punahou offramp during peak afternoon travel hours, the White House of representatives is advancing a Bill that would decriminalize marijuana. The measure passed the house yesterday would apply to any adult found. In possession of three grams or less offenders would be fine. Two hundred dollars instead of being charged with a criminal offence. Anyone with more than three grams would still face the current punishment? That's a petty misdemeanor punishable by up to thirty days in jail as well as a possible fine of one thousand dollars. Civil engineers are not impressed with Hawaii's infrastructure, the American society of civil engineers, and what you section gave the state's infrastructure d- plus reading in its inaugural report released yesterday. It looked at eleven categories roads. Schools and water were reported to be in poor conditions. Stormwater receive the lowest grade with the report noting an increase in extreme flooding. The report card recommends that the state legislature increase the state gas tax and support innovative funding mechanisms to pay for a backlog of repairs from the NewsRadio eight thirty cage news center. I'm julie. Or online at cage, VH radio dot com. Seventy seven percent of rural counties lack sufficient primary healthcare. Blue Cross Blue shield is working to fill that gap by placing former military, medics and communities improving access for the health of.

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"ed sniffen" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"ed sniffen" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"To the H one freeway in the eastbound direction. The Hawaii department of transportation has decided to continue to close the on ramp weekdays during the peak hours of three to six thirty pm indefinitely transportation deputy director for highways. Ed Sniffen said HD OT can say with confidence that the closure improves the flow of traffic eastbound during the afternoon commute analysis of the recent pilot closure resulted in time savings of four point seven minutes for the more than twenty thousand drivers who use the H one eastbound between the middle street overpass and the punahou offramp during peak afternoon travel hours, the Hawaii house of representatives is managing a Bill that would decriminalize marijuana the measure passed the house yesterday. It would apply to any adult. Found to be in possession of three grams or less offenders would be fine two hundred dollars instead of being charged with a criminal offence. Anyone with more than three grams would still face the current punishment? That's a misdemeanor punishable by up to thirty days in jail as well as a possible fine of one thousand dollars. Civil engineers are not impressed with Hawaii's infrastructure, the American society of civil engineers what you section gave the state's infrastructure a deep plus rating in its inaugural report released yesterday. It looks at eleven categories roads. Schools and water were reported to be in four conditions stormwater. Receive the lowest grade with the report noting an increase in extreme flooding. The report card recommends that the state legislature increase.

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