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02:53 min | 2 years ago

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"Les AP digital news back in a moment. heads up the denim lovers old navy's biggest denim sale ever is here all jeans are on sale up to sixty percent off style started just twelve Bucks for adults eight Bucks for kids plus this Saturday and Sunday only don't miss the Gina day giveaway what a free pair of old navy's all new jeans stop in for your chance to win and for up to sixty percent off all jeans now at Old Navy dell at nine sixteen thirty nine twenty four excludes in store clearance five per day per store select styles Jeanne giveaway in stores only see stars for details in the U. S. has increased but will it last AP correspondent my camp and reports after a drop of four tenths of one percent in July the federal reserve says manufacturing production increased by one half of one percent last month the production of metals machinery and chemicals all rose however factories have been hit by the US China trade war which is raised their costs in curtail their exports factory output is down four tenths of one percent in the last year and with nearly fifty thousand General Motors workers now on strike it will be hard for manufacturers to boost their production this month my campaign Washington the world's tallest residential building will open next year in New York City but the one hundred twelve floor Central Park tower will be competing with other ultra luxury buildings for billionaire buyers Extell development company president Gary Barnett says the three billion dollar fifteen hundred fifty foot tower is entering an oversupply market he said X. dollars partners will have to be flexible and selling the buildings multi million dollar apartments apartments now listed on Central Park towers websites range from six point nine million dollars for a thirty third floor two bedroom apartment to sixty three million dollars for a one hundred twelfth floor five bedroom Facebook is working on technology it hopes will be able to recognize the potential for a violent attack A. P.'s at Jackie Quinn reports it says it'll use police footage in an effort to stop events like the masa. shootings in New Zealand earlier this year as part of an effort to crack down on extremists and deter terrorist activities from being a live streamed on its platform Facebook says it will take footage of firearms training provided by law enforcement agencies in the US and the UK to develop systems that can automatically detect first person violence while ignoring things like video games and movie footage the need arose when Facebook's artificial intelligence was unable to detect the live stream video of a mass shooter at two mosques in Christchurch New Zealand Facebook been working to limit the spread of extremist materials on its platform I'm Jackie Quinn. a radio I'm ready to fall lady parts of East Texas.

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02:42 min | 2 years ago

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"And complained about having to mow the lawn again good news is it's easy to bundle home and auto through progressive and save on your car insurance which of course will go right into the lawn progressive casualty insurance company affiliates and other insurance discounts not available in all states or situations rats have been banned in India the cabinet approved the band after the government raised concerns over the alarming rate at which vaping is becoming popular among India's young people and causing breathing illnesses the government's expect. to issue an ordinance soon prohibiting the manufacturing import export transport sale distribution storage and advertising related to E. cigarettes the first offense will be punishable by up to one year in prison or a fine of up to one hundred thousand rupees or roughly fourteen hundred US dollars or both for subsequent offense the punishment will be imprisonment of up to three years and a fine of up to five hundred thousand rupees or more than sixty nine hundred US dollars. the world's tallest residential building will open next year in New York City but the one hundred twelve floor Central Park tower will be competing with other ultra luxury buildings for billionaire buyers Extell development company president Gary Barnett says the three billion dollar fifteen hundred fifty foot tower is entering an oversupply market he said X. dollars partners will have to be flexible and selling the buildings multi million dollar apartments apartments now listed on Central Park towers websites range from six point nine million dollars for a thirty third floor two bedroom apartment to sixty three million dollars for a one hundred twelfth floor five bedroom the world of journalism is lost another influential member A. P.'s my cross your reports veteran television newsman Sam give an ochre is died at age ninety one long time network television newsman Sander van ochre who covered politics the Vietnam War and the civil rights movement has died Chris van ochre says his father died Monday night in Santa Barbara California he was ninety one that ochre had been dealing with dementia in recent years as a national political correspondent for NBC that ochre was the question at the first televised presidential debate between John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon in nineteen sixty prior to joining NBC that ochre worked for The New York Times after serving in the US army in Europe that ochre left NBC in nineteen seventy one at work for PBS and The Washington Post before landing at ABC news in nineteen seventy seven where he worked as a correspondent until nineteen ninety one hi Mike Crossey. a radio I'm readable lady parts of East Texas.

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02:19 min | 2 years ago

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"AP radio news. more news right after this. this is a message from the emergency stuff crust warning system she. is is extra most bestest pizza now has three feet of cheese stuffed in the crust for just nine Bucks I repeat it as three feet of cheese stuffed in the crust she. that concludes the message from the emergency stuff crust warning system get a large little Caesars sector most bestest pepperoni stuffed crust pizza for nine dollars for national pizza chains extra most bestest pizza verses one. press three feet of cheese before cooking cations plus tax. building will open next year in New York City but the one hundred twelve floor Central Park tower will be competing with other ultra luxury buildings for billionaire buyers Extell development company president Gary Barnett says the three billion dollar fifteen hundred fifty foot tower is entering and over supplied market he said X. dollars partners will have to be flexible and selling the buildings multi million dollar apartments apartments now listed on Central Park towers websites range from six point nine million dollars for a thirty third floor two bedroom apartment to sixty three million dollars for a one hundred twelfth floor five bedroom Facebook is working on technology it hopes will be able to recognize the potential for a violent attack A. P.'s ejected Quinn reports it says it'll use police footage in an effort to stop events like the mosque shootings in New Zealand earlier this year as part of an effort to crack down on extremists and deter terrorist activities from being a live streamed on its platform Facebook says it will take footage of firearms training provided by law enforcement agencies in the US and the UK to develop systems that can automatically detect first person violence while ignoring things like video games and movie footage the need arose when Facebook's artificial intelligence was unable to detect the live stream video of a mass shooter at two mosques in Christchurch New Zealand Facebook been working to limit the spread of extremist materials on its platform I'm Jackie Quinn. these cigarettes have been banned in India the cabinet approved the band after the government raised concerns over the alarming rate at which vaping is becoming popular among India's young people and causing breathing illnesses the.

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02:03 min | 2 years ago

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"Acquire AP radio news. thank you for hi I'm Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans thirty percent of Americans who are planning home improvements of five thousand dollars or more will pay for those renovations with a high interest credit card that may not be a great idea a better idea may be to take cash out of your home with the quicken loans thirty year fixed rate mortgage the rate today in our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is four point one two five percent APR four point two two percent call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocket mortgage dot com researching it because if you receive a discount rate cut across information intelligence because when it wasn't up to six and one hundred your listening to the AP digital news network the world's tallest residential building will open next year in New York City but the one hundred twelve floor Central Park tower will be competing with other ultra luxury buildings for billionaire buyers Extell development company president Gary Barnett says the three billion dollar fifteen hundred fifty foot tower is entering an oversupply market he said X. dollars partners will have to be flexible and selling the buildings multi million dollar apartments apartments now listed on Central Park towers websites range from six point nine million dollars for a thirty third floor two bedroom apartment to sixty three million dollars for a one hundred twelfth floor five bedroom the Facebook is slashing the price and the size of the portal which is that screen and camera quick gadget for making video calls a smaller version will now cost one hundred twenty nine dollars and come with an eight inch display and a larger version will have a ten inch display and will cost one hundred seventy nine dollars inch display and a larger version will have a ten inch display and will cost one hundred seventy nine dollars last year's models were bigger and cost more a hundred ninety nine dollars for ten point one inch display and three hundred forty nine dollars for a fifteen point six inch screen a new screen was portal device that attach is to a television set will be one hundred forty nine dollars all three go on sale in October portal falls..

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01:56 min | 2 years ago

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"Until into November I'm to McGuire AP digital news back in a moment hi I'm Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans thirty percent of Americans who are planning home improvements of five thousand dollars or more will pay for those renovations with a high interest credit card that may not be a great idea a better idea may be to take cash out of your home with the quicken loans thirty year fixed rate mortgage the rate today in our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is four point one two five percent APR four point two two percent call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocket mortgage dot com researching it because if you receive a discount rate cut across information intelligence because when it wasn't enough to six and one hundred world's tallest residential building will open next year in New York City but the one hundred twelve floor Central Park tower will be competing with other ultra luxury buildings for billionaire buyers Extell development company president Gary Barnett says the three billion dollar fifteen hundred fifty foot tower is entering an oversupply market he said X. dollars partners will have to be flexible in selling the buildings multi million dollar apartments apartments now listed on Central Park towers websites range from six point nine million dollars for a thirty third floor two bedroom apartment to sixty three million dollars for a one hundred twelfth floor five bedroom E. cigarettes have been banned in India the cabinet approved the band after the government raised concerns over the alarming rate at which vaping is becoming popular among India's young people and causing breathing illnesses the government's expected to issue an ordinance soon prohibiting the manufacturing import export transport sale distribution storage and advertising related to E. cigarettes. a first offense will be punishable by up to one year in prison or a fine of up to one hundred thousand rupees or roughly fourteen hundred US dollars or both for subsequent offense the punishment will be imprisonment of up to three year after damages thanks to.

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02:50 min | 2 years ago

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"Out there hit that high note and take Matt harmony all the way to nationals this year. cancel the insurance company affiliates price and coverage match is limited by state law you are listening to the AP digital news network the world's tallest residential building will open next year in New York City but the one hundred twelve floor Central Park tower will be competing with other ultra luxury buildings for billionaire buyers Extell development company president Gary Barnett says the three billion dollar fifteen hundred fifty foot tower is entering an oversupply market he said X. dollars partners will have to be flexible and selling the buildings multi million dollar apartments apartments now listed on Central Park towers websites range from six point nine million dollars for a thirty third floor two bedroom apartment to sixty three million dollars for a one hundred twelfth floor five bedroom Facebook is working on technology it hopes will be able to recognize the potential for a violent attack A. P.'s ejected Quinn reports it says it'll use police footage in an effort to stop events like the mosque shootings in New Zealand earlier this year as part of an effort to crack down on extremists and deter terrorist activities from being a live streamed on its platform Facebook says it will take footage of firearms training provided by law enforcement agencies in the US and the UK to develop systems that can automatically detect first person violence while ignoring things like video games and movie footage the need arose when Facebook's artificial intelligence was unable to detect the live stream video of a mass shooter at two mosques in Christchurch New Zealand Facebook been working to limit the spread of extremist materials on its platform I'm Jackie Quinn. the world of journalism is lost another influential member A. P.'s my cross your reports veteran television news ma'am sandy been ochre is died at age ninety one long time network television newsman Sander van ochre who covered politics the Vietnam War and the civil rights movement has died Chris van ochre says his father died Monday night in Santa Barbara California he was ninety one that ochre had been dealing with dementia in recent years as a national political correspondent for NBC that ochre was the question at the first televised presidential debate between John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon in nineteen sixty prior to joining NBC that ochre worked for The New York Times after serving in the US army in Europe that ochre left NBC in nineteen seventy one at work for PBS and The Washington Post before landing at ABC news in nineteen seventy seven where he worked as a correspondent until nineteen ninety one hi Mike Crossey. up in the wall I'm timid wire with an AP news been a president trump signs his name on a newly construction section of the U. S. Mexico border wall calling it a world class security system it's a very powerful very.

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01:59 min | 2 years ago

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"You for listening to the AP radio network did you know that you can purchase prints of a piece for tiger thing for your personal or small business use every day a piece to talk first capture incredible images from all around the world there on the scene of wars and conflicts concerts movie premieres championship games and parade. AP images dot com to find iconic photos displaying your home office restaurant or to give to friends and colleagues for more information visit AP images dot com. Fiji's prime minister wants Australia to do more to slash greenhouse gas emissions Frank Bainimarama said in a speech at the Australian defence college that he holds Fiji and Australia could find more common ground on climate change he said both countries are already suffering the effects of climate change Bainimarama's visit comes as Australia's center left opposition is thinking about abandoning its policy of reducing Australia's greenhouse gas emissions by forty five percent below two thousand five levels by twenty thirty prime minister Scott Morrison's conservative coalition won a surprise third term with a commitment to reduce emissions by a more modest twenty six percent to twenty eight percent in the same time frame. the world's tallest residential building will open next year in New York City but the one hundred twelve floor Central Park tower will be competing with other ultra luxury buildings for billionaire buyers Extell development company president Gary Barnett says the three billion dollar fifteen hundred fifty foot tower is entering an oversupply market he said X. dollars partners will have to be flexible and selling the buildings multi million dollar apartments apartments now listed on Central Park towers websites range from six point nine million dollars for a thirty third floor two bedroom apartment to sixty three million dollars for a one hundred twelfth floor five bedroom the world of journalism is lost another influential member A. P.'s.

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09:24 min | 3 years ago

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"I'm calling. I'm not gonna call this audience an audience anymore this tribe. Am your chief. I am your chief. And once in a while, we'll have to call a Powell I'm just saying I can say it because I'm how many more times thirteen time. I'm thirteen times. More native American then Elizabeth Warren. So there you go. You're all set. I'm all set. I am suddenly offended by cigar store. Indians. I don't know why. But I'm suddenly very offended by those. Did you always feel uneasy at that Seinfeld? Episode. I laughed about it. But last night things have changed things have changed for me. We have Bill Jones. He's the principal manatee school for the arts. I'm sorry to bring you into this mess Bill. He has nothing to do with the previous conversation. Bill jones. Welcome. Oh, thank you Glen. I appreciate you have me on you bet. So how're things. Ben explain what you've done with bringing veterans in. Well, it all started. When the legislature passed the Bill last year that requires an armed guard on every campus, either an SRO or the new guardian program or you go private security things like that. So the question of should you have an armed guard on campus was kind of taken out of our hands. That's not even a conversation anymore because is required by law. So when you get to that point you start asking the question. Well, who do we want with with a gun on campus, and what's the purpose? And as you as you follow the conversation further along then you have to ask the question. Well, what kind of gun are they going to carry? So, you know, we looked at if you're going to have somebody who and and remember that the ultimate purpose for this individual it grows out of the park on the shooting and and Frazier. Shootings. So they're here in the ultimate tragedy situation where you have an actor shooter, or you know, assailant who comes on campus, threatening faculty staff students and so forth. So if you look at that that far end of the spectrum the tip of the spear everybody likes to talk about it's a rare occurrence. And of course, it is rare until it happens, and then nobody cares about statistics. 'cause it's very real ask the folks at parkland, you know, whether this mean, anything at all doesn't matter how rare it is is is very real. So when you look at that. One thing. I said was you know? Most police officers go through their career never firing their weapon in anger and most of them go through their career never actually having been shot at. So if if we actually had an incident here, I may become at one day that I I would really rather not have that be the first time that your guard had been shot at. Because I've never been in the military, right? But I have talked to an awful lot of people who have and I know that and I've counseled some of those folks. And I know this is a very life changing experience. You kind of figure out who you are how you're gonna respond. Oh, it's just something. I'm thinking, you know, in the heat of the moment, I really don't wanna have a situation where I have someone who has to stop for a minute and think about this or hesitate, and I don't want to get into, you know, the park land who has detained and so forth. But I think that's a very real concern. We have a group of individuals, and this is where we came to who are trained. They're they're called combat veterans. Many of them have been through this many of them have come out the other side better than they were before some of them have difficulty. We all know that. But we looked at it and said, well, you know, if we made that a criteria for hiring. Then of course, we're going to have people go through psychological evaluations. They go through all kinds of testing. So that's the first step in this journey is having people who understand that in the event of a of a tragedy like this. They have an idea of what what happens, and and how they're going to respond or is every situation is different. But at least they've been through it, and they know that it's survival. They know there's a mission that has to be completed, and they know that it's their job to go ahead. And do that just like it was in the military Bill. I have to tell you as somebody who has to have security. I just hired a new security agent, and they go through all kinds of testing and everything else before they're even coming to interview with me. And I had just really good choices in front of me one guy who made it to the final selection had had lots of military experience. But no actual combat experience. And I said to him. How do I know that you when the when the gunfire sounds that you're you're going to run in or you're going to do your job? And he said, well, I'm I'm confident of I'm confident that and he made a good case that he was a really good guy. However, I didn't have anything to to show that that is what because I don't know what I would do if I'm if I'm being shot at you can say, well, I'll pull them. I know you don't know that combat veterans have been through it. And they you know, how they're going to react. And I commend you for for thinking that way if my kid was in your school. I would be I would breathe a lot a lot easier. Knowing that you're going for test. Qualified combat vets. That's that's who we're going with. And we're very comfortable. We're very confident. And this is a long conversation all the time with our chief of police here who actually has come on our board now after all this discussion. And and and taking next step. You have to look at all these SRO's all these guardians of the training program and everything. Equips them with a with a nine millimeter handgun. And our campus is quite large. We have very long hallways. It's quite an expanse across the capture things like that ain't gonna work, and you know, I love to use the the analogy that if you were standing in front of our art gallery looking at across the cafeteria two hundred and fifty one fees, and I know you're a shooter. And and next time you go to the range, try taking your nine millimeter one hundred and fifty feet. No. It's really hard salmon charge it. Yeah. And everybody I've ever talked to all the law enforcement. It's like they kind of chuckle about that. I don't that's not. That's not fissile. No, no. My problem is that I will agree that the majority of school shooters, even though it is small majority and come in with handguns. However, the most egregious the most horrific like parkland, and some of the others they've come in with high-powered rifles, right and. And and my concern is for example, they're gonna come in with a level three body armor, which they're not supposed to have that you can buy it at pawn shops anymore. So as I look at that one hundred and fifty feet if I'm standing there. My guardian next to me, and and for some incredible chance on the same where to get through that door reject the buzzer and everything get past. But if they were to get in, I have this horrible scenario in my mind that I look at the guardian say, hey, will you run down there with your nine millimeter and take care of this for me? And. That'd be tough for me to ask someone that knowing that their probability of survival is is going to be pretty slim. So what are you arming them with that that hundred and fifty foot shot, and I'm just using that because that's our distance. We we know that more capable they are fifteen hundred fifty feet with a decent site on. It is is peace. Kate. In fact, I've talked to my guardian, and you know, as an expert marksmen for the military and who goes out with range virtually every weekend to keep in shape. It's like you said you'd have to try he'd have to try not not to make a shop. Like, yeah, let's shot. And that's my concern that why would you ask if your first of all if you're going to have someone to put their life on the line to guard, you why would you ask them to use tools that are not as effective as other tools and guns are tools in the situation? Okay. Bill hang on the second one minute. I gotta take a quick break. And I wanna come back to you. So one minute and then we're back to Bill.

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09:23 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen hundred fifty foot" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I'm not calling. I'm not gonna call this audience anymore tribe. And I am your chief. I am your chief. And once in a while, we'll have to call a Powell I'm just saying I can say it because I'm how many more times thirteen time thirteen times more native American then Elizabeth Warren. So there you go. You're all set. I'm all set. I am suddenly offended by cigar store. Indians. I don't know why. But I'm suddenly very offended by those. Did you always feel uneasy at that Seinfeld? Episode. I laughed about it. But last night things have changed things have changed for me. We have Bill Jones. He's the principal manatee school for the arts. I'm sorry to bring into this mess Bill. He has nothing to do with the previous conversation. Bill jones. Welcome. Oh, thank you. I appreciate you have me on you bet. So how're things. Ben explain what you've done with bringing veterans in. Well, it all started. When the legislature passed a Bill last year that requires an armed guard on every campus, either an SRO or the new guardian program or you go private security things like that. So they the question of should you have an armed guard on campus was kind of taken out of our hands. That's not even a conversation anymore because is required by law. So when you get to that point you start asking the question. Well, who do we want with with a gun on campus, and what's the purpose? And as you as you follow the conversation further along then you have to ask the question. Well, what kind of gun are they going to carry? So you know, we looked at. If you're going to have somebody who and and remember that the ultimate purpose for this individual it grows out of the park on the shooting and and breezy shootings. So they're here in the ultimate tragedy situation where you have an actor shooter, or you know, assailant who comes on campus, threatening faculty staff students and so forth. So if you look at that that far end of the spectrum the tip of the spear everybody likes to talk about it's a rare occurrence. And of course, it is rare until it happens, and then nobody cares about Satistics because it's very real the the folks at parkland whether this. Artistic mean, anything at all matter. How rare it is is very real. So when you look at that. One thing. I said was you know? Most police officers go through their career never firing their weapon in anger and most of them go through the career never actually having been shot at. So if if we actually had an incident here, I I made the comment one day that I I would really rather not have that be the first time that your guard had been shot at. Because I've never been in the military. Never miss it. But I have talked to an awful lot of people who have. And I know that I've counseled some of those folks. And I know this is a very life changing experience, you kind of figure out who you are how you're gonna respond. Oh, it's just something. And I'm thinking, you know, in the heat of the moment. I I really don't wanna have a situation where I have someone who has to stop for a minute and think about this or hesitate, and I don't wanna get into the park land who has detained and so forth. But I think that's a very real concern. We have a group of individuals, and this is where we came to who are trained. They're they're called combat veterans. Many of them have been through this many of them have come out the other side better than they were before some of them have difficulty. We all know that. But we looked at it and said, well, you know, if if we made that a criteria for hiring. And then of course, we're going to have people go through psychological evaluations Vegas through all kinds of testing. So that's the first step in this journey is having people. Ooh, I understand that in the event of a of a tragedy like this. They have an idea of what what happens, and and how they're going to respond or every situation is different. But at least they've been through it, and they know that it's survival. They know there's a mission that has to be completed, and they know that it's their job to go ahead. And do that just like it was in the military Bill. I have to tell you as somebody who has to have security. I just hired a new security agent, and they go through all kinds of testing and everything else before they're even coming to to interview with me. And I had just really good choices in front of me one guy who made it to the final selection had had lots of military experience. But no actual combat experience. And I said to him. How do I know that you when the when the gunfire sounds that you're you're going to run in or you're going to do your job? And he said, well, I'm I'm confident of I'm confident that and he made a good case. And he was a really good guy. However, I didn't have anything to to show that that is what because I don't know what I would do if I'm if I'm being shot at you can say, well, I'll pull them. I know you don't know that combat veterans have been through it. And they you know, how they're going to react. And I commend you for for thinking that way if my kid was in your school. I would be I would breathe a lot a lot easier. Knowing that you're going for Tess. Tested qualified combat vets. That's that's who we're going with. And we're very comfortable wherever competent, and this is a long conversation with our our chief of police here who actually has come on our board now after all this discussion. And and and taking next step. You have to look at all these SRO's all these guardians of the training program and everything equips them with a with a nine millimeter handgun. And our campus is quite large. We have very long hallways. It's quite an expanse across the capture things like that ain't gonna work, and you know, I love to use the the analogy that if you're standing in front of our art gallery looking at cross the cafeteria, it's one hundred fifty one feet, and I know you're a shooter. And and next time you go to the range, try taking your nine millimeter one hundred and fifty feet. No. It's really hard. Yeah. Sam charge it. Yeah. And everybody I've ever talked to all the law enforcement. It's like they kind of chuckle about that. That's not. That's not fissile. No. My problem is that I will agree that the majority of school shooters, even though it is small the majority has come into handguns. However, the most egregious the most horrific life part one and some of the others they've come in with high-powered rifles, right and. And and my concern is for example, they're gonna come in with a level three body armor, which they're not supposed to have but you can buy pawnshops anymore. So as I look at that one hundred fifty feet if I'm standing there. My guardian next to me, and and for some incredible chance on the same were to get through that door reject the buzzer and everything get past. But if they were to get in, I have this horrible scenario in my mind that I look at the guardian say, hey, where are you run down there with your nine millimeter and take care of this for me? And. That'd be tough for me to ask someone that knowing that their probability of survival is is going to be pretty slim. So what are you arming them with that hundred and fifty foot shot, and I'm just using that because that's our distance. We know that more capable fifteen hundred fifty feet with a decent site on. It is is Kate. In fact, I've talked to my guardian, and you know, as an expert marksmen from the military, and who who goes out with range virtually every weekend to keep in shape is like you said you'd have to try eat up to try not not to make a shop. Like, yeah. Let's and that's my concern that why would you ask first of all if you're going to have someone to put their life on the line to guard, you why would you ask them to use tools that are not as affected as other tools and guns are tools in the situation? Bill hang on the second one minute. I gotta take a quick break. And I want to come back to you. So one minute and then we're back.

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"fifteen hundred fifty foot" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

07:34 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen hundred fifty foot" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Telling I'm not gonna call this audience an audience anymore. This tribe. Chief? And once in a while, we'll have to call the Powell I'm just saying I can say it because I'm how many more times thirteen time thirteen times more native American then Elizabeth Warren. So there you go. You're all set. I'm all set. I am suddenly offended by cigar store. Indians. I don't know why. But I'm suddenly very offended by those. Did you always feel uneasy at that Seinfeld? Episode. Voiced I laughed about it. But last night things have changed. Things have changed for me. We have Bill Jones. He's the principal manatee school for the arts. I'm sorry to bring into this mess Bill. He has nothing to do with the previous conversation. Bill jones. Welcome. Thank you. You bet. So how're things. Ben explain what you've done with bringing veterans in. Well, it all started. When the legislature passed a Bill last year that requires an armed guard on every campus, either an SRO or the new guardian program or you can go private security things like that. So the question of should you have an armed guard on campus. Kind of it out of our hands. That's not even compensation anymore because is required by law. So when you get to that point you start asking the question. Well, who do we want would have gone on campus, and what's the purpose? And as you as you follow the conversation further along then you have to ask the question. Well, what kind of gun are they going to carry? So you know, we looked at if you're going to have somebody who and and remember that the ultimate purpose for this individual grows out of department of shooting and breezy shootings. So they're here in the ultimate tragedy situation where you have an actor shooter or comes on campus, threatening faculty staff students and so forth. So if you look at that that far end of the spectrum the tip of the spear everybody likes to talk about it's a rare occurrence. And of course, it is rare until it happens, and then nobody cares about statistics. Because it's very real ask the folks at parkland. Whether it's the statistics mean anything at all. Ten minute. How rare it is is very real. So when you look at that. One thing. I said was, you know, most police officers go through their career never firing their weapons and anger and most of them go through their career never actually having been shot at. So if if we actually had an incident here, I made a comment one day that I I would really rather not have that be the first time that your guard had been shot at I've never been in the military. But I haven't talked to an awful lot of people who have. And I know that I've counseled some of those folks. And I know this is a very life changing experience. You gotta figure out who you are how you're gonna respond. Oh, I it's just something. And I'm thinking, you know, in the heat of the moment, I really don't want to have a situation where I have someone who has to stop and think about this or hesitate, and I don't want to get into the park land who has detained and so forth. But I think that's a very real concern. We have a group of individuals, and this is where we came to who are trained. They're they're called combat veterans. Many of them have been through this many of them have come out the other side better than they were before some of them have difficulty. We all know that. But we looked at it and said, well, you know, if we made that criteria for hiring. Of course, we're going to have people go through psychological evaluations. All kinds of testing. So that's the first step in this journey is having people. Understand that any event of a of a tragedy like this. They have an idea of what what happens, and and how they're going to respond or is every situation is different. But at least they've been through it, and they know that it survival. They know there's a mission that has to be completed, and they know that it's their job to go ahead. And do that just like it was in the military Bill. I have to tell you as somebody who has to have security. I just hired a new security agent end, they go through all kinds of you know, testing and everything else before they're even coming to interview with me, and I just really good choices in front of me one guy who made it to the final selection had had lots of military experience. But no actual combat experience. And I said to him. How do I know that you when the when the gunfire sounds that you're you're going to run in or you're going to do your job? And he said, well, I'm I'm confident of I'm confident that and he made a good case. He was a really good guy. However, I didn't have anything to to show that that is what because. I don't know what I would do if I'm if I'm being shot at you can say, well, I'll pull my God. No. You don't know that combat veterans have been through it. And they know how they're going to react. And I commend you for for thinking that way if my kid was in your school. I would be I would breathe a lot a lot easier. Knowing that you're going for tested qualified combat vets. That's that's show who were going with. And we're very comfortable. We're very competent. And this is a long conversation with our chief of police here actually has come on board. Now after all this discussion and. And thinking that you have to look at all these SRO's all these guardians of the program and everything. Equips them with a with a nine millimeter handgun. And our campus is quite large. We have very long hallways. Ivine expanse across the cafeteria and things like that ain't gonna work. And you know, I love to use the analogy that if you're standing in front of our gallery looking at cross the cafeteria two hundred and fifty one feet, and I know you're a shooter next time you go to the range, try taking your nine millimeter one hundred and fifty feet. No. It's really hard targets. Yeah. And everybody I've ever talked to all the law enforcement. It's like they kind of chuckle about that. No problem is that I will agree that the majority of school shooters, even though it is small the majority come in with handguns. However, the most egregiously most horrific like parkland, and some of the others they've come in with high-powered rifles. Right. And and Mike attorneys, for example, they're going to come in with a level three body armor, which they're not supposed to have but you can buy pawnshops anymore. So I look at that one hundred fifty feet if I'm standing there. My guardian next to me, and and for some incredible chance to get through that door, which at the buzzer and everything. Get past. But if they were to get in, I have this horrible scenario in my mind that I look at the guardian say, hey, will you run down there with your nine millimeter take care of this for me and? That'd be tough for me to ask someone to give that knowing that their probability of survival is going to be pretty slim. So what are you army? Hundred and fifty foot shot, and I'm just using that because that's our distance. We we know the more capable fifteen hundred fifty feet with a decent site on. It is Kate. In fact, I talked to my guardian, and you know, as an expert marksmen for the military and who goes out with range virtually every weekend to keep in shape. Like, you said you'd have to try he'd have to try not to make let's try, and that's my concern that why would you ask if your first of all if you're going to have someone to put their life on the line to guard, you why would you ask them to use tools that are not as effective as other tools and guns are tools in the situation? Okay. Bill. Hang on the second the second one one one minute. I gotta take a quick break. And I want to come back to you. So one minute and then we're.

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"fifteen hundred fifty foot" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

09:24 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen hundred fifty foot" Discussed on KTOK

"Calling. I'm not gonna call this audience that audience anymore. This at Dr. I achieve. Chief and once in a while we'll have to call the Powell I'm just saying I can say it because I'm how many more times thirteen thirteen times. More native American then Elizabeth Warren. So there you go. You're all set. I'm all set. I am suddenly offended by cigar store. Indians. I don't know why. But I'm suddenly very offended by those. Did you always feel uneasy at that? Seinfeld. Episode did. I did. I laughed about it. But last night things have changed things have changed for me. We have Bill Jones. He's the principal manatee school for the arts. I'm sorry to bring into this mess Bill. He has nothing to do with the previous conversation. Bill jones. Welcome. Oh, thank you Glen. I appreciate you have me on you bet. So how're things. Ben explain what you've done with bringing veterans in. Well, it all started. When the legislature passed the Bill last year that requires an armed guard on every campus, either an SRO or the new guardian program or you go private security things like that. So they the question of should you have an armed guard on campus was kind of taken out of our hands. That's not even a conversation anymore because is required by law. So when you get to that point you start asking the question. Well, who do we want with with a gun on campus, and what's the purpose? And as you as you follow the conversation further along then you have to ask the question. Well, what kind of gun are they going to carry? So you know, we looked at I if you're gonna have somebody who and and remember that the ultimate purpose for this individual it grows out of the park on the shooting and Frazier. Shootings. So they're here in the alternate tragedy situation where you have an actor shooter or you know, assailant who comes on campus, threatening faculty staff students and so forth. So if you look at that that far end of the spectrum the tip of the spear everybody likes to talk about it's a rare occurrence. And of course, it is rare until it happens, and then nobody cares about statistics. 'cause it's very real the folks at parkland, you know, whether this mean anything at all. Instead, how rare it is is is very real. So when you look at that. One thing. I said was you know? Most police officers go through their career never firing their weapons and anger and most of them go to their career never actually having been shot at. So if if we actually had an incident here, I made the comment one day that I I would really rather not have that beat the first time that your guard had been shot at. Because I've never been in the military set it, but I have talked to an awful lot of people who have. And I know that I've counseled some of those folks. And I know this is a very life changing experience, you kind of figure out who you are. You're gonna respond. Oh, it's just something. And I'm thinking, you know, in the heat of the moment, I really don't want to have a situation where I have someone who has to stop for a minute and think about this or hesitate, and I don't want to get into the park land who has detained and so forth. But I think that's a very real concern. We have a group of individuals, and this is where we came to who are trained. They're they're called combat veterans. They many of them have been through this many of them have come out the other side better than they were before some of them have difficulty. We all know that. But. We looked at it and said, well, you know, if we made that a criteria for hiring. Then of course, we're going to have people go through psychological evaluations. Sure, they go through all kinds of testing. So that's the first step in this journey is having people. Ooh, I understand that in the event of a of a tragedy like this. They of have an idea of what what happens, and and how they're going to respond or every situation is different. But at least they've been through it, and they know that it survival. They know there's a mission that has to be completed, and they know that it's their job to go ahead. And do that just like it was in the military Bill. I have to tell you as somebody who has to have security. I just hired a new security agent, and they go through all kinds of testing and everything else before they're even coming to interview with me. And I had just really good choices in front of me one guy who made it to the final selection had had lots of military experience. But no actual combat experience. And I said to him. How do I know that you when the when the gunfire sounds that you're you're going to run in or you're going to do your job? And he said, well, I'm I'm confident of I'm confident that and he made a good case. And he was a really good guy. However, I didn't have anything to to show that that is what because I don't know what I would do if I'm if I'm being shot at you can say, well, I'll pull them. I know you don't know that combat veterans have been through it. And they you know, how they're going to react. And I commend you for for thinking that way if my kid was in your school. I would be I would breathe a lot a lot easier. Knowing that you're going for test. Did qualified combat vets. That's that's who we're going with. And we're very comfortable where very competent, and this is a long conversation with all the time. Our chief of police here who actually has come on our board now after all this discussion and. And taking next step. You have to look at all these SRO's all these guardians of the training program and everything. Equips them with a with a nine millimeter handgun. And our campus is quite large. We have very long hallways. It's quite an expanse across the capture things like that ain't gonna work, and you know, I love to use the the analogy that if you're standing in front of our art gallery looking at cross the cafeteria one hundred fifty one feet, and I know you're a shooter. And and next time you go to the range, try taking your nine millimeter shooting at a hundred and fifty feet. No. It's really hard to charge it and everybody I've ever talked to all the law enforcement. It's like they kind of chuckle about that. That's not. That's not pistolet. No. Well, my problem is that I will agree that the majority of school shooters, even though it is small the majority with handguns. However, the most egregious the most horrific life parkland, and some of the others they've come in with high-powered rifles, right and. And and my concern is for example, they're gonna come in with a level three body armor, which they're not supposed to have but you can buy it at pawnshops anymore. So as I look at that one hundred and fifty feet if I'm standing there. My guardian next to me, and and for some incredible chance on the same where to get through that door jet, the buzzer and everything get past. But if they were to get in, I have this horrible scenario in my mind that I look at the guardian say, hey, where you run down there with your nine millimeter and take care of this for me and. That'd be tough for me to ask someone Jim that knowing that their probability of survival is is going to be pretty slim. So what are you arming them with that hundred and fifty foot shot, and I'm just using that because that's our distance. We we know that more capable fifteen hundred fifty feet with a decent site on. It is is peach Kate. In fact, I've talked to my guardian, and you know, as an expert marksmen for the military and who goes out with range virtually every weekend to keep in shape. It's like you said you'd have to try eat to try not to make a shot. Yeah. Let's and that's my concern that why would you ask if your first of all if you're going to have someone to put their life on the line to guard, you why would you ask them to use tools that are not as affected as other tools and guns are tools in the situation? Okay. Bill. Hang on the second the second one one one minute. I gotta take a quick break. And I want to come back to you. So one minute and then we're back to Bill.

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Sara Lee Kessler, Fox and Terry Mccreary discussed on Weekend Programming

Weekend Programming

02:30 min | 3 years ago

Sara Lee Kessler, Fox and Terry Mccreary discussed on Weekend Programming

"The fallen the voice of new york seven ten w o r an iheartradio station it's seventy four degrees at two o'clock good morning i'm james flippin one man is dead and another injured after a pane of glass felt a construction site manhattan yesterday morning police say the sixty seven year old security guard was moving the large glass panel at the central park tower on west fifty seventh street when it fell and pinned him a second worker who was helping him was injured sources say the glass panel was about ten feet by twenty feet and was being moved on the first floor when it fell a fifteen hundred fifty foot skyscraper one of the tallest in the country is under construction at the site polly cries men for seven ten w r a tragic accident in the bronx left the little boy dead sevenyearold chevron buffet was riding a motorized scooter when he was hit in the fordham heights section by an mta bus the driver remained at the scene reports indicate he might have had the green light in brooklyn three people were injured result of a car crash the began when rowdy revellers stepped off a party boat friday night and started a brawl eventually led the gunfire authorities say the boat docked at the brooklyn army terminal near fifty eighth street around eleven o'clock when someone fired off a shot a few minutes later cops gave chase to a reckless driver who sped away from the scene before plowing into a car carrying several passengers near east eighth street officers fired shots near the disorderly driver who was treated for an injured finger i'm terry mccreary for seven ten w are in the nation's capital the happy sounds of a family reunited joshua of utah was jailed in venezuela for nearly two years returned home to the united states after being held on what us officials have called trumped up charges while overjoyed to have him home his mother lori holt told fox news that her son is sick and in need of medical attention despite temperatures exceeding ninety degrees on saturday an ice skating rink opened on new york's governor's island it's called mel's rank and is an eight thousand square foot arena with views of the statue of liberty you can't be that and it'll stay open through the end of october in case you're wondering the ice won't melt because it's not real it's synthetic made of high density plastic polymer i'm sara lee kessler for seven ten w o r the brooklyn.

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