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"gilroy california" Discussed on WRVA
"Radio who was rolling out a new safety feature on its app which allows drivers and riders a new way to text nine one one with information on the right including the current location even if the driver is straight from the root the technology was piloted in cities including Los Angeles where dispatch manager says lives were saved because someone was in a compromised position and it was too dangerous to talk the feature is available wherever text to nine one one has been activated three police officers in Gilroy California been cleared by prosecutors for opening fire on a mass shooter it was last July when nineteen year old seem to know me again opened fire on the crowd at the Gilroy garlic festival using an A. K. forty seven he killed three victims including a six year old child seventeen more were injured three police officers when rushing in in less than a minute shooting league and there was a gun battle he was shot multiple times league and then put his own gun to his mouth and killed himself now the three officers have been legally cleared of any wrongdoing for opening fire in a report that Santa Clara county DA riding the officers saved lives Alex stone ABC news a report from the national transportation safety board finds that twenty eight percent of pilots who died in crashes between twenty thirteen and twenty seventeen were found to have drugs in their system that's a twenty three percent increase compared to nineteen ninety to two thousand twelve most of the crashes involved were private planes this is ABC news we didn't invent video conferencing they just made it better ready for more zoom phone works seamlessly within the same as your business phone system to make and receive phone calls capture call recordings and easily escalate to video if the need arises and it works wherever you are in the office or on your mobile device.
California - Officers cleared for opening fire on mass shooting suspect
"Three police officers in Gilroy California been cleared by prosecutors for opening fire on a mass shooter it was last July when nineteen year old seem to know me again opened fire on the crowd at the Gilroy garlic festival using an A. K. forty seven he killed three victims including a six year old child seventeen more were injured three police officers when rushing in in less than a minute shooting league and there was a gun battle he was shot multiple times league and then put his own gun to his mouth and killed himself now the three officers have been legally cleared of any wrongdoing for opening fire in a report that Santa Clara county DA riding the officers saved
Former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel Talks Gun Reform on ABC News
"Former Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel down ABC news contributors getting into the debate over reform to the nation's gun laws speaking last night on ABC's this week says Democrats in Washington should place a ban on assault weapons into any reform package that includes background checks red flag loss as part of the whole package it is a one it once in a lifetime of there hasn't been a gun legislation since Bill Clinton in ninety four pass the assault weapon ban as part of the crime W. S. represented them the Penske Democrat of illinois' third district was in Gilroy California two weeks ago when a gunman opened fire on people at a festival he was a guest on WGN Sunday spin program with Rick Pierce in talking reforms I'm not sure if president trump is going to stick with his position that he relays position that he stayed on as he is known for changing his position on issues and and we're still four weeks away from when Congress is coming back in in session you can hear the full interview on WGN radio dot
Tumblr, Joe Biden And Nancy Pelosi discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"Tumblr president trump hitting back at former VP Joe Biden at the White House trump said Biden is not playing with a full deck and also noted he'd be thrilled if Biden went to democratic presidential nomination house speaker Nancy Pelosi asking president trump to call the Senate back into session so we can vote on gun violence bills the house has previously passed in a letter to drop to the yesterday policy said the terrorism of white supremacy in gun violence is an assault on the character of the country she said she was riding with deep sadness and great urgency after the deadly shootings in Gilroy California el Paso Texas Dayton Ohio and Chicago
Senate, Mitch Mcconnell And Gilroy California discussed on Mark Larson
"California apparently he has some of the arm I guess most progressive red flag laws in the nation and what's being discussed now in what has been proposed by Congress I think the Democrats have a vote on a bill and send it over to you the Senate where Mitch McConnell the Republicans and the rest of the so it will take up in most likely pass which will make it more difficult I guess from a federal level to purchase a gun and ammunition and will also I put some legislation fourth that says Hey you know I mean a let's let's do some background checks basically background checks on anybody trying to purchase a gun California has already kind of gone down that path and we're way ahead of the spectrum as we learned in the law that was passed here in California was basically circumvented by the shooter in Gilroy California because you want to cross the state line to and purchased a weapon there now there are some other red flags to that we will talk about in just a bit but first let's look at California's red flag laws yours report from our very own new states Richard Alan the city of San Diego's red flag law program does the gun violence restraining order here is actually serve as a model throughout the state of California which enacted its own version of the law back in two thousand sixteen and now more states and even federal lawmakers are giving this law a second look hoping to prevent more mass shootings in the wake of the horrific mass shootings in Gilroy el Paso and Dayton there's a growing sense of frustration and need for action Ohio governor Mike DeWine we must do something no one is proposing the so called red flag law for his state which would empower the courts to take firearms temporarily away from those believed to be dangers to themselves or
FBI opening domestic terrorism investigation into Gilroy shooting
"Teen is from three mass shootings ago this summer the FBI says it has discovered a target list compiled by the government and that Gilroy California attack that listed nationwide religious institutions federal buildings courthouses in both major political parties list is proper the FBI to open a domestic terrorism investigation into the case in which gunmen Centene alike and shot and killed three people including two children on July twenty eighth at the city's garlic festival he was armed to the Romanian made a K. forty seven style rifle which eventually used to kill himself the garlic festival also on that
"gilroy california" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"In Gilroy California are learning more about shooters Sentinel again the F. B. I.'s John Bennett says Logan had a target list these organizations from across the country include religious institutions federal buildings courthouses political organizations from both major political parties and if your dog festival the trump campaign and the Republican Party now suing the state of California over that new law requiring political candidates release their tax returns just to get on the state's ballot the cold weather naked political attack against a sitting president CBS is the Dorsey the trump campaign and state national Republicans are arguing the new law forcing presidential candidates to release their tax returns is illegal the law signed last week by democratic governor Gavin Newsom requires candidates who want to run in the state's primary to turn over five years of tax information but the president's attorneys say it's unconstitutional a Nobel laureate has passed Toni Morrison died after a short illness at age eighty eight Frank said a penny reports only Morrison was a single mother who worked as an editor by day cared for her two sons at night and somehow found spare moments to write her first book the bluest eyed did not while the critics did reception was indifferent even hostile but she would soon find an audience published many books win many awards bangle want to hear president Obama's praise she believes that language arcs toward the place were meaning might lie of us are lucky to be falling on a long for the ride Frank said of candies CBS news on Wall Street at the close the Dow up three hundred twelve points or one point two percent the nasdaq added one of seven the SNP up thirty seven this is CBS news rocket mortgage by quicken loans rocket mortgage is with you every step of the way to provide a seamless mortgage experience push button get mortgage.
"gilroy california" Discussed on KOMO
"Shooting in Gilroy California as a domestic terrorism case the FBI special agent in charge says a domestic terrorism case requires the existence of a federal violation unlawful use of violence and ideological motivation the FBI still working to determine the motive behind that shooting and the US ambassador to Russia is stepping down Jon huntsman announced today that he's resigning October third the Republican previously served as the ambassador to China under president Obama and governor of Utah the US has formally declared that China is a currency manipulator became after yesterday's significant losses on Wall Street but what does that really mean and could it be a miscalculation joining us again on this latest turn of the U. S. China trade war is David Lynch global economics correspondent for The Washington Post David good afternoon hi when treasury secretary Stephen minu chin says China manipulates its currency what does that really mean well what the treasury department is getting at is the idea that the Chinese government would go into the currency market and rather than just let the market determine the price of the Chinese you on they would intervene themselves they would spend money they would buy US dollars or sell US dollars as the case may be to drive down the value of the currency or drive up the value of the currency depending on what their needs at the time and the ideas that depending on what you do when when you do it too the result could be what the US which he is an unfair trade advantage and do economists see evidence that China is actually doing that well the irony is that there but most economists would say they're not doing it now it's certainly something the Chinese did and they did in spades several years ago back from the the the early two thousands up to depending on who you talk to around twenty thirteen for years and years they they were doing this it was a a a a function of the large trade deficit that they were our trade surplus they were running not just with the United States but globally and so there was a very good case back in those years from the treasury to do this now of course relations between the US and China were much different at the time and the prevailing wisdom of the day under both Republican and democratic presidents was it wouldn't be an effective thing to do and that it was better to talk to the Chinese about this in hopes that that between diplomatic discussions and then market developments over time that the problem which could be corrected so now that China has been declared a currency manipulator by the US treasury secretary does that come with formal consequences or is this kind of just a buzz phrase right now you know it's really more of a symbolic move than anything else under the the the number one this is a designation that occurs on the US law so you know this happens here in the United States it's got political consequences domestically it's going to be an irritation to the Chinese at a time when relations are already bad and getting worse and getting worse but all it really requires is the treasury secretary to seek consultations with the Chinese and he also plans treasury secretary Newton also plans to approach the International Monetary Fund for their help in correcting what the US regards is an imbalance but he's not likely to get much support from the IMF because the IMF's latest assessment of the Chinese position which only came out last month was that Chinese policy is now with the sort of about where should be and that is the treatment of the currency is appropriate at a given the market reality so it's the US is kind of out on its own with this one at this moment in time again it would have been a much more defensible steps over years back but now it looks pretty odd David Lynch with us on call more news global economics correspondent for The Washington Post being rediscovered online at washingtonpost dot com thanks David it's time for a felling turned some money update see how the markets are doing with Jim Tesco looking to add to its growing clout in.
Another weekend, two more mass shootings in America
"As we continue to talk about the mass shootings that have happened not only in Dayton but also in el Paso and you know if we we get there maybe out in Gilroy California garlic festival that happened about a week ago SO three of these inside of a week two of them thirteen hours apart and it amazes me that we still have these kinds of things I I don't see we still have these things have been selected happen all the time they do what happened I don't want to discount the fact that these of happened in rapid succession but it's what it it's hard for me to wrap my brain around why somebody does this and again the as we heard in the update the gunman's sister is among those who are deceased validate in Dayton that I don't know how that's going to play in but that I guarantee you I would put money on it that is a factor speculation could be that he went out and show you she was going to be in that area and he went out and did that specifically because that speculation that is right your speculation but speculation could also be that she just haven't been in some bystander be one of them that could be as well now in something and and Jeff you've just briefly mention this off the air and I do want to touch on is because I hadn't even thought about this part of it what if it is in the happier anywhere let's go back to the basics and the date and shooting in particular happened and what they call the Oregon district IV if you're not for mers organ district it literally is in downtown it's are I heart radio stations we have eight of them there are right there we talked to at about eleven thirty or so with our guy who's in the building who said it literally is outside his door because it's the the the restaurant bar where the shooting occurred outside their doors none of the shooting took place indoors in right it was all outdoors was right outside the I heart radio stations in Dayton and this could this could have taken place anywhere this could have taken place add to that in our renew district which is exactly the kind of a scenario that that organ district is it's as much like the arena district it's a Jeff Stevens said to us it is an entertainment area with restaurants and bars and a bunch of folks out until all hours of the day going to be down on High Street that's right that's right but this could have happened very easily in a place like the hive state fair which today's the last day that housed a fair could happen in a high stakes game football game the fact is this can happen anytime anywhere and it's part of being a free society Bob moments ago you and I were talking a little bit off there and we're talking after the interview with chief of police does Tom Quinn and we talk about investigations of police departments what they're doing you took your headphones off and said this is why I don't live in the city of Columbus I live in a township it has nothing to do with the with the police presence or the law enforcement officer let me make that very clear yeah I don't live in the city of Columbus I live in the township for the fact that I do I don't like the direction the Columbus goes in I don't like the way that the Columbus officers are treated by the city I don't think they get a fair shake and I know you're making a political statement I can make politicians it's about our city council it's about those in leadership positions in government right and it's it's those people that I don't agree with I I am served by the Franklin County sheriff's office they actually have two vehicles and I know for a fact that are assigned to the township where I live and god bless these guys I talked to I see him all the time I see them outside of the grocery store that I go to I see him at the restaurant to the mat and I talked to these guys their fantasy Hey ladies let me be fair on that the deputy sheriff's deputy troll my area thank you I appreciate your service believe me does not go unnoticed and the the officers in Columbus your service does not go unnoticed or any jurisdiction for that matter I salute you all because I think you all have a very hard job I think you have a I thank Liz job you do not get thanked enough for what you do and with that being said a you know as the the officers that are here in Columbus so happy that you guys one board with that is I'm so happy that you guys do what you do again I can't thank you enough for is serving because you protect you serve you do a job that is anon incredibly hard job I don't know that I could go out and do it and I've known a lot of police officers over my time I've known him very well some of I count the an officer in the jurisdiction out on the west side of town as one of my better friends and I can call up and ask questions of and you guys do a great job but I don't think that the Columbus police department gets a fair shake from the city and I I I don't like it enough part of the reason for multiple reasons but that's one of the reasons why I don't live within the city limits of Columbus it's interesting I one of the people I follow on Twitter is John legend and you know John legend's great voice just great voice and he tweeted moments ago he said when we condemn the races venom coming from the president's mouth and point out the bigotry of his policies it's not an academic question it's not a political game it's about life and death the president president regularly inspires killers he is a part of the problem at one time that I was actually just a little while ago and again this comes back to what's going to happen moving forward and if you are on the right side of the aisle and in favor of of the second amendment you're gonna see it one way and if you're in the left side of the island you disagree with that you're gonna see a completely different way which is interesting because we have callers who feel very strongly about this right bomb they they do and that's we're taking your calls a two one WTVN one hundred six ten WTVN Joe thanks for hanging on I appreciate your on news radio six ten WTVN you with me joke yeah I just was I'm tired of selective outrage on the lab I'd like to I think we know how many people were killed in el Paso how many were killed in date this weekend I get upset every weekend when I hear it accounts for Chicago and Baltimore I think we should be constantly out rate not just selectively outrage I agree with you it is the selective outrage is open if you if you would put it in those terms is it is mind boggling to me because again it seems like we only care about the things that are high profile because that's what we get attention on if you want to be outraged if these celebrities wanna be outraged indeed correct me if I'm wrong John legend is is from the Dayton area isn't he yes he's from Ohio yes I I know is from over that way somewhere why isn't he outraged at what happened in date I mean what did the president say that could have that trigger date I don't see what it is but again it's at fifteen minutes of my your eyeball is on me and what I'm saying why don't we have somebody who is actually saying it happens here it happens here happens here it happens here it happens here let's address this as a unit as opposed to saying look at me I want to be important for ten seconds so Joe I I I'm with you on that Joe thank you for your call good afternoon all right thank you appreciate it eight two one W. T. V. N. one hundred six ten WTVN I'll calls are stacking up we still got room for you I want to hear what your opinion is on this because again this is something that is at some point going to touch every last single solitary one of us you're going to know somebody you're gonna be in the same areas where this happened you know it's not localized to date is not localized el Paso if not localized anywhere it could happen here tomorrow it could fit let's face facts we don't know what the next day brings but we can at least address what has
"gilroy california" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Six six five oh Jimbo was the same old story the circumstances the tragedy in Gilroy California and doctor John Lott is our guest from the crime prevention research center and the call now from let's see here bill in Pittsburgh hello bill good evening and welcome to the program in regards to example you said about the woman in the Virginia beach incident not to fire because the law or the rules of the yep property owner with the public properties that you can't bring that if you don't have anything like that where somebody with either or wounded yes resolve intact and they chose not to bring the concealed weapon or say a family members killed because they choose not to bring their concealed weapons and the family feud dead the person should have been permitted to fend for themselves very pleased have you none of this being done and what do you think that it's a strategy to put pressure on a place like that allow legal concealed carry permits to because there are there are white right now I mean something has been discussed a amenities have certain protections of being sued and you know this type of case would be very difficult to go and bring against government and do you have some chance against a private owner but in this case these were municipal city buildings that were there where the attack occurred these were municipal employees and it was the rules that were set down by a Virginia beach I mean there are other municipalities in Virginia that allow employees to be able to have permanent concealed handguns this is not one of them but you know hopefully things like this story on others will get people to think about it and begin to change the law to make it possible because that would be you know one thing they would at least focus people's attention on kind of the costs and benefits more of of the decisions that they make I think too much of this is just kind of automatic fear about just saying well somebody has a permit concealed handgun without looking to see how incredibly law abiding these individuals are how low the problem rates are with them here they've been fear having a gun in the situation but it's these are the people they should be fearful of his Casey in the cascade Montana good evening Casey yeah I wanna make a quick comment on the political level of what I'm what I'm talking about is the higher higher at elected officials such as governors and even in the White House and Congress the our governor of Montana is not to be trusted in the area of gun rights and gun can gun control I've watched him since he was started his career in but what I would think it with the flies under the radar he says the right things when he needs to get elected and now that he's got all the pressure off he's a lame duck in Montana concerns he's going to try to beat president him for me and him or anyone like industries very venal and what I what I would like to see happen to someone like Mister Lott there would be able to have the ranging debate of some sort with all these candidates on both sides and kind of go over the true that true a bedrock fundamental realities about it's been talking about tonight the last time the last time that I heard you on the radio is very good and to get that exposed to these people who are running for office people would know what they really really think well I thought about that the John I mean I'd love to be able to ask questions in something like that I'm sure Jim you'd love to add manner sack Broomall would love to ask questions of this type of thing I don't think I mean I think there's a reason why they're using any CNN and and and be seed to go and do this for than other venues unfortunately there isn't there is with regard to Malik it's interesting how a lot of his views on guns have changed once he no longer faces election and in Montana just basically couple weeks before he announced he was going to run for president he vetoed a bill in Montana dealing with preemption because there was moves to had it since we adopted its own background check rules for people going buying guns and you know if it was something that he would have faced a few years ago it's it seems pretty likely given his statements earlier that he would have signed it but you know he was getting ready to run for president and in order to be in the democratic primaries here there were differences of views more to come.
Police seek motive for shooting at California garlic festival
"Racist investigators probing Sunday shooting at that garlic festival in Gilroy California still searching for a motive this is Jamie okay investigators say three weeks ago the suspect legally purchased an eight K. forty seven styles sought rifle in Nevada Sunday afternoon he walked about a half mile from his car to the festival re cut through a fence that day he had posted at least two images to Instagram one showing the fairgrounds and another that referred to an author with white nationalist views and contained a derogatory reference to mixed
6-year-old boy and 13-year-old girl among the Gilroy shooting victims
"Will notify those affected and will offer victims free credit monitoring Congress. Do do your job take away the girl another day another mass shooting in America this time it was at the annual Gorlic Festival in Gilroy California where three people a six year old boy a thirteen year old girl and a twenty five year old man were killed by <unk> by a teenager with
Gilroy California discussed on WBZ Midday News
"Seven the F. B. I. continues to process the large crime scene in Gilroy California was the scene of a mass shooting on Sunday and garlic festival the work here right now is on trying to find a motive the F. B. I. is focused on that no telling how long it will take investigators are looking at white supremacist messages that appear to have been from the gunmen posted on social media but they don't know what role does will
Festival gunman's social media suggests white supremacy ties
"The community of Gilroy California working to recover from a deadly shooting over the weekend it's popular garlic festival the mayor of Gilroy's vowing to help the city recover the trauma the anger that we all feel we need to be able to process that so that we can move on state senator bill mining also spoke at a community vigil to honor the injured and the dead two young children and a man in his twenties no Aaron's mentally ill person it's gonna take the strength of hill right away from the all right the gunman whose grandfather had been a county official urged his followers on Instagram to read a book popular with white supremacists the FBI says it's reviewing his postings on social media including images sent from the festival before he fired into the crowd and was shot to death by police Jackie Quinn Washington the weapon used in the Gilroy garlic festival shooting Sunday was purchased legally from a gun dealer in Nevada the A. K. forty seven styles semi automatic rifle was purchased from big Mike's guns and ammo in Fallon the weapon was legally purchased July ninth leading to speculation that the gunmen a Gilroy resident and used in Nevada ID to buy the weapon federal law would have barred him as a California resident from obtaining an assault weapon in Nevada because of California's stricter gun
Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting victims identified
"It is hard to hear about violence against children and even harder to talk of it you hear that in the voice of Scott Smith the police chief of Gilroy California where the victims in a mass shooting were as young as six any time a life is lost at sea tragedy Florence young people it's even worse one dash our system is very difficult police chief in Gilroy California and peers Layla Fadhel is been on the ground in Gilroy and is on the line let the good morning good morning what even sing well last night I attended a visual and people gathered together in the hundreds to sharing our shock their pain but also sharing each other strength in the faith face of such a tragedy leaders and community members vowed not to allow other town in this festival to be defined by this violence you know the Gilroy garlic festival has been going on for some four decades most people and go right volunteer they attend and a lot of the survivors I spoke to who ran when they heard bullets were young like the people killed so take a listen to Britney Mendoza a sixteen year old from Gil right hi Lewis at the festival when the shooting started while it happened I was kind of like trying to laugh it off Michael you know we're saying but I soon as I got in the car and it started hitting me and how I started cracking a little and that's when I got in shape no windows survive but others weren't so lucky she said she was there with her sister and her dad to more in the lives of those that were killed and be with her community we've referred a couple of times to the use of those who were killed what is known about some of them yes I mean they were young Trevor Herby of Romulus New York twenty five he recently moved to California his alma mater Cuba college posted about is killing on Facebook a thirteen year old girl named Kayla Salazar from San Jose California and a little boy just six years old name Stephen Romero we've seen his smiling picture circulated and he was killed and a number of people wounded as well of course and then there is the single person and it is a single person right so far that that that is held responsible for this well at this point the police had been looking and are looking for a second person and the witnesses identified but they're not sure if anybody else was involved if this person even exists okay so one person and what is said about the one person you know his name is something people don't want to talk about they don't want to mention him they don't want to give them a platform but the police did identify him he's a nineteen year old originally from Gilroy he bought that assault style rifle legally in Nevada on July ninth where gun laws are less restrictive and he cut through a fence and enter the festival on Sunday where he started shooting and killing people in his own hometown and at this point FBI doesn't no motive police said they don't know a motive there's a lot of speculation about an Instagram post that was attributed to the gunman that references and nineteenth century white power manifesto but authorities don't know if this account was the gunmen and they don't know if this was a random act of violence or driven by a specific ideology Layla what thoughts occur to you as you cover this mass shooting haven't covered a number of them before including the nation's worst shooting in Las Vegas and you hear some of these phrases which are are the appropriate things to say but people say them again and again that this is a tragedy but will be strong will get beyond that and the other things that people have to say yeah I think it's there is this horrible routine almost to the way that mass shootings now unfold and most people were insisting this cannot be normal this cannot become normal and yet in a way it has later thanks
"gilroy california" Discussed on 600 WREC
Tino Ligon, Gilroy California And Nineteen Year discussed on This Morning With Gordon Deal
"Police are searching for a motive as they investigate multiple crime scenes following the shooting at the Gilroy California garlic festival that left four dead including the suspected gunman identified as nineteen year old son Tino Ligon the three victims include a six year old boy a thirteen year old girl in a manner as twenties Sunday's deadly shooting also injured at least sixteen people one
Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting: Suspect Santino William Legan, 19, identified as gunman who allegedly killed 3 people
"Authorities in Gilroy California have identified the gunman who shot at the annual garlic festival there on Sunday killing three other people before he himself was gunned down by police also leaving more than a dozen others wounded sorry say nineteen year old St Tino William the gam cut through a fence to get into the festival grounds in bypass security and once inside he opened fire with a semi automatic weapon Sheesh got to smite the says his office has got a pretty fast despite the fact they were out guns with their handles against a rifle by those three officers were able to fatally wound that suspect in the event and it very quickly she somebody says they're still looking for second suspect and a motive however NBC's reporting that again recently posted a racist manifesto online entitled might is right now might is right is a phrase often used as a sort of model indicating white supremacy your neo Nazism among the dead was a six year old Latino
"gilroy california" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"The mayor of Gilroy California Rowland Velazco at last night's vigil to remember the three people gunned down Sunday get the garlic festival two children and a twenty five year old man police the FBI still trying to figure out why the nineteen year old gunman opened fire the FBI is looking into his ideological leanings anyone or any group has been ruled out still has to be determined at this point FBI special agent in charge Craig fair police fatally shot the nineteen year old Sentinel Legon who also injured twelve people during the shooting Capital One says is offering free credit monitoring and identity protection for the one hundred and six million people affected by the hack of its credit card services the York times reports the alleged attacker page Thompson is a former Amazon employee president trump escalate this feud with democratic congressman Elijah Cummings president trump renewing its attacks on house oversight chairman Elijah Cummings suggesting money allocated for US west Baltimore district was either stolen or wasted the president tweeting coming should quote invest himself with his oversight committee but one of Maryland's democratic senators Ben Carden says I think the president is appealing to racism and that makes him a racist meanwhile the state's Republican governor Larry Hogan tweeted instead of being consumed with divisiveness Washington ought to focus on getting things done in Washington some mental fox news the political focus tonight turns to the next round of base for the democratic presidential hopefuls ten candidates will debate tonight in Detroit the other ten on Wednesday night tonight's lineup includes senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.
The Gilroy Garlic Fest Shooter Plugged a White Power Manifesto on Instagram
"News of the deal is underway in Gilroy California for the victims of Sunday's festival shooting ABC's Alex stone says police are searching the suspected gunman home vehicle in online postings from hotel to belong Forsman officials who have been briefed on the case or telling ABC news investigators are aware of recent Instagram posts from the alleged shooter that include white supremacist and white power messaging one entry appears to have been posted on Sunday from the garlic festival and he criticizes the event another message posted on Sunday makes reference to a book popular among white supremacists but we're told it doesn't mean this was a case of domestic terrorism he may have just been an angry young man this is
Tina William Logan, Gilroy California And Scott Smith discussed on AP 24 Hour News
"Killed a nineteen year olds and Tina William Logan is said to have opened fire on the crowd at the Gilroy California garlic festival yesterday twelve other people were wounded leg in was shot and killed by police officers dirt at the festival he grew up about a mile from the festival site neighbors tell KGO one word comes to mind to describe how they feel it was a bit of a shock I would never suspect something like this so kind of a shocker I'm shocked you know something when is the investigation with the investigation just ramping up police chief Scott Smith he says they don't yet have a motive know if anyone else might have been involved or if the shooter targeted the victim that's something I don't know at this point the descriptions that been given to me it appeared as though
Gilroy, California And Nineteen Year discussed on Vickie Allen and Levon Putney
"The three investigators trying to determine a motive and yesterday shootings of the California garlic festival that killed two children and a recent college grad search the apartment believed used by the nineteen year old shooter authorities in Gilroy declined to comment about what they were looking for or what was found
Investigators learn more about Gilroy, California gunman
"Had court and in northern California police say the guy who opened fire at the annual Gilroy garlic festival use an assault rifle to fight off three police officers who immediately responded this is the police chief there's not smite the engage the officers were fired at the officers with that rifle eight nine three officers that engaged the suspect in despite the fact that they were out gunned with their handles against a rifle those three officers were able to fatally wound that suspect in the event ended very quickly but not before the gunman Centeno William lake and allegedly killed three people including a six year old boy in a fifteen year old girl somebody said thank goodness the cops were nearby at the festival to take him out before he killed or anybody else the the war tweeting and asking though how in the world of this guy get in there with an assault rifle police say he cut a hole in the fence to avoid security measures fifteen other people are still on automotive and police are investigating whether there was a second
"gilroy california" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Gilroy garlic festival free those of you who don't know Gilroy California Gilroy California is a is a pretty small town it's it's south and east of San Jose which is south and east of San Francisco Gil Roy I think has about five I think fifty thousand folks so it's a nice little town small city however you want to put it and they grow a lot of garlic in so they have this garlic festival every year and it's great I've been through Gilroy have always wanted to go to the garlic fast because they they just go crazy with garlic confused everything it's one of the silly types of life affirming goofiness that I love so much French way back when back before children when you had time to go to parties and things but he's my would always put on their own garlic fast so and people would make just Carly confused everything you would wreak for days and we just had a great time and it was kind of an homage to to the Gilroy garlic fast so this is a fun loving event that is based on garlic no so how how great can it be until today and now who knows if we'll ever be another one the suspect in the shooting barely used in eight K. forty seven styles semi automatic rifle to kill a six year old boy a thirteen year old girl a man in his twenties it's it's mind boggling so the nineteen year old suspect was killed by police he legally purchased this rifle in Nevada let me back up there for a quick second under federal law you can buy a gun at eight teen you can buy a handgun at twenty one but you can buy a rifle at eighteen as you can hear and in most states because eighteen has traditionally been the age of emancipation this is your in adult they figure if you can sign contracts and get married go into the military buy a house take out loans be responsible for your every activity well that's why it's the age of emancipation we have a very confused idea of when you become an adult growing up was always your eighteen eighteen and you're an adult you're responsible for your own actions and now the left has changed at all around so that you can't buy booze until you're twenty one but you can give your life for your country in eighteen there are those who are trying to make a movement to let sixteen year olds vote in elections yet under obamacare you can stay under your mommy's insurance plan until you're twenty six years old my folks had I think two maybe three kids by that time so apparently when the left wants us to do something have responsibility like it's later and later twenty six but when it comes to voting for progressives will let you do it at sixteen so while in California the legal age for purchasing any gun is he is twenty one the national law is eighteen for long guns that's the type of gun that he purchased here three of three seven one three eight two five five seven one three talk there's a couple things though I want to go over with what we know of course they released the name of the suspect I wish he would stop doing this this is somebody who apparently lived near blocks away if I'm gathering this correctly from where the where the festival took place whenever we give up the names of the shooters we give them some measure of fame and then they're more copy cats who want to do that want to be part of it there was a time after Columbine after a few copycat shootings that every respectable media outlets across the country made a decision they would not let me say it again they would not put out the names of of mass killers we've forgotten all about that and it's really too bad three seven one three eight two five five seven one three talk here's here's the aspect I want to take on the gunmen cut through a fence to get into the festival why Klay possibly with the help of another person they did that to get around security let me say this again they did that to get around security police officers were stationed at the festival and were at the scene within about a minute wow they were there in a minute to save lives here's the point I want to make and I hope it's not too soon to make this point done free zones are the most dangerous zones there are here is a gun free zone I'm assuming because you had to go through security to get in but yet these guys were able to cut a hole in the fence and pop in through the back meeting which the only protection you have in a gun free zone is an armed security guard or cop fortunately there were cops nearby and they got there within about a minute still three people dead in that one minute as the old saying goes when seconds count the police are minutes away you cannot have a faster response time than this you can have a faster response time so here's here's what I want to put out in order to avoid this yeah yeah I know the anti gunners will say we're just gonna magically have the unicorns come and take away all the guns in reality either we need stronger perimeters around and a space like this for we need to have cops everywhere scattered everywhere within sight so that they are not a minute away but five seconds away from the shooting more we need to allow people in these festivals who are legal to carry guns to carry guns as well the older I get the more I feel in secure in gun free zones those places where you're not allowed to have any self defense I know this is not gonna be a popular view three of three seven one three eight two five five seven one three talk I'm John caldera infer Dan campus do I have this right I want to look at the details this is obviously a disturbed young man he is legal to buy a gun in Nevada by the way you are legal to buy a gun in other states as well you are able to buy long guns handguns depend on the state law by federal law you can't buy gun until you're you can buy a handgun until your until you're twenty one which means when you go off to school if you leave home or if you leave home and you're a woman you've got these magic three years we're not allowed to defend yourself where you're at your most vulnerable you're also the social situation where you're most at danger so the factors that compel me on this they cut through a fence meaning which the security at the front was meaningless we say it again the security was meaningless you go through the I a you go through that long TSA line what would happen if somebody just decided to go round the TSA line when you and I don't think that way but I've never checked out the perimeter I don't know how hard or not hard it is to do that that's what these guys did to the cops were fortunate they were there they were right there and were able to engage him in a minute but not all festivals not all gun free zones have a cop that can be apt that place in under a minute besides even within a minute.
"gilroy california" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"B. Gilroy California is a city in shock after yesterday's festival shooting spree that left four dead and a dozen wounded mass gun violence is an epidemic in the United States and yet one never imagined such a thing can happen here mayor Roland Velasco the gun and has been identified as nineteen year old send team a league and used a K. forty seven styles all rifle and cut through a fence to avoid security what is unclear is the question why CBS is the farm police continue to say they do not know what the motive might have been authorities will use sophisticated investigative tools to try to see if they can find out what the motive might have been they will see if they can examine the suspect's computer a cell phone if he had one and from a computer and from a cell phone can come many many clues president trump today signed legislation making the nine eleven victim compensation fund permanent to the applause of the crowd of nine eleven first responders president trump signed the bill in the White House rose garden the bipartisan legislation ensures a victims compensation fund never runs out of money it covers illnesses like cancer potentially linked to the attacks the love and loyalty of our nine eleven respond is knew no bounds the bill passed following delays with the help of activists including comedian Jon Stewart Steve Dorsey CBS news Washington another changing of the guard within the trump administration the president's national security director of national intelligence director is leading damn cold CBS is Nicole Kelly president trouble on Sunday tweeted is things to go to will step down on August fifteenth the president announced he's nominating Texas congressman John Radcliffe as the next director in a tweet trump praise Radcliffe of former US attorney John will lead and inspire greatness for the country he loves right click made from points last week when he grilled Russia's special counsel Robert Muller during that house testimony to American teenagers will remain behind bars in Italy accused of murdering a Rome police officer CBS is a being a castle Franco judge cat I got low who signed the order to keep in prison the two California teenagers who allegedly killed the Italian police officer concluded they had a total absence of self control and critical capacity and were to be considered highly dangerous to society the judge did not believe the statement made by Gabriel Natalia who said he was unaware his friend Finley elder had a knife with him to American service members killed in Afghanistan today shot dead apparently by an Afghan soldier on Wall Street at the close the Dow is up twenty eight this is CBS news dell small business technology advisors offer advice one on one partnerships and Taylor Texas Lucien's like computers with Intel core processors Colin adviser today at eight seven seven by dell.
"gilroy california" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"In Gilroy California and a person killed at a festival in Brooklyn New York over the weekend as well Gary Lee is Mitch car talked with former fort worth police chief Jeff hall said about personal safety at any major event you know this is a conversation that continuously you have to have with your friends family and loved ones at your Kenny at that wet so as you're walking into the event please pay close attention to your fastest and most strategic exit because you always want to make sure you get out of the threatening environment but also look around and see how much security is in place how many uniformed officers personnel are they wanting people as they go when dosed should give you a little more sense of calm but still discuss the plan with your loved ones in your friends and family if catastrophe X. happened this is our plan because hoarding them all together and trying to leave together is not going to be effective at the time of the crisis happening right so let's let's talk this through because in the case of Gilroy it appears that this guy cut through the fence in order to avoid the this the one thing that was going on the metal detectors then you have course right Las Vegas comes to mind where you didn't even bother going to the van he was in the hotel across the street so as well as we go into the place you're talking about finding those points of exit and and maybe those places to hide correct yeah I would never recommend the hiding I would want to make sure I continuously effectuate the area from where the shots.
Gilroy California, William Logan And Officer discussed on KNX Midday News with Brian Ping
"A police in Gilroy California identified the shooter in yesterday's attack in Gilroy California that left three dead and fifteen wounded will confirm that the suspect is the person I that several news media have been enquiring about same team William Logan was nineteen years old police chiefs gunsmith the Logan was shot and killed by responding officer a six year old male victim we also had a thirteen year old female victim in there we had another male victim in his twenties is there another suspect we've gotten multiple reports that there may have been another person with him that they ran this where they ran that way but different people give different versions so we just we really don't know what this plan so far there's been no word
"gilroy california" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Gilroy California there was a person killed of the street festival in Brooklyn New York it was also over the weekend former fort worth police chief Jeff Halsted joins us let's talk about personal safety at at a major event such as these festivals in on the conversation that continuously you have to have with your friends family and loved ones at your candy at that wet so as you're walking into the event please pay close attention to your fastest and most strategic exit because you always want to make sure you get out of the threatening environment but also look around and see how much security is in place how many uniformed officers personnel are they wanting people as they go when dosed should give you a little more sense of calm but still discuss the plan with your loved ones in your friends and family if catastrophe X. happened this is our plan because hoarding them all together and trying to leave together is not going to be effective at the time of the crisis happening alright so let's let's talk this through because in the case of Gilroy it appears that this guy cut through the fence in order to avoid the this the one thing that was going on the metal detectors then you have course right Las Vegas comes to mind where he didn't even bother going to the van he was in the hotel across the street so as well as we go into the place you're talking about finding those points of exit and and maybe those places to hide correct yeah I would never recommend the hiding I would want to make sure I continuously.
"gilroy california" Discussed on WWL
"Festival in Gilroy California the suspect has been identified as nineteen year old son Tino wegen CBS news security analyst Paul vaio's tells us what happens next in the probe they're going to expedite search warrants for the shooters home vehicle devices like computers and phones and phone records they're gonna learn as much as possible about what's he related in any way shape or form possibly formally involved with this festival did he have any kind of anger directed towards the local community or the festival itself and if he works in conjunction with anyone else in planning this particular attack which clearly was well planned speaking on the rose garden moments ago president trump a dress the deadly rampage we grieve for their families that we ask that god will comfort them with his overflowing mercy and grace were praying for those who are recovering right now in the hospital some very very serious injuries it was a year ago New Orleans was shocked by a mass shooting on Claiborne Avenue and a year later the un OPD is still looking for the suspect responsible they sprayed the crowded jazzed Acree lounge with gunfire hitting ten people three of them died the shooters then stood over twenty eight year old Jeremiah Lee and shot him multiple times they fled on foot and I've not been seen since according to the times Picayune New Orleans advocate the only hot lead is one of the guns used it was also used in the murder of a rapper at a gas station in Holly Grove in twenty seventeen the case is.
"gilroy california" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"DPO one of Brian's biggest and certainly most enthusiastic affiliates that we had a great visit with Brian we came out here last week slightly more than we can go for his America great from the start that was a lot of fun and can I just tell you can we brag about Brian for just a second I'm not sure to what extent will mention this but the hit some AV problems we had some mechanical problems and that dude is such a pro he never skipped a beat never missed anything with having some technical problems there on the stage from that weren't it remotely related to to what he was doing what Brian was done but it would just I got to be difficult the man he he plowed right through it was a fantastic performance with a very very good time if you're thinking about getting tickets for a kill me to great from the start then I highly recommend that you do because it was very very enjoyable coming up here in the next in the next segment we're gonna go check in with the Claudia Cohen we're gonna get more details on the shooting that took place at the garlic festival in Gilroy California I used to live not terribly far from there in your drive through Gilroy and suddenly you think that you're driving by a fancy Italian restaurant because they can smell as garlic everywhere and the first couple times I drove through I I can think of where is that Italian restaurant that smells so good and that's when somebody pointed out to me that is not a restaurant you smell it say the actual garlic growing in Gilroy California that you smell that they they are a like the Salinas valley in so many there's other places that have such rich nutrient rich soil that makes those things grow so well and like in in Salinas and and like in Gilroy when they got you know just great for tile US soil there for them all right it's eight six six four oh eight seven six six nine my name is Jill Kelly it's apt talk radio Joe also coming up over here more out of Gilroy California the chief of police there a man named Scott smithy was on KGO radio to describe the engaging and killing the suspect in Gilroy this is cut one.
"gilroy california" Discussed on The Investigation
"Gilroy California cornea is not a big place suburban town nice little downtown to it and a lot of boutique farming. It's actually known as the garlic capital of the world and the town's claim to fame is its annual garlic festival every year. Net Festival was winding down yesterday when all of a sudden gunshots shots began to ring out.
"gilroy california" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"The gun in Gilroy California nineteen year old who apparently sneaked into a fence to get past security he was shot and killed by police Disney's dominating the box office like never before it's already broken the all time annual global box office record with five months left in the year nearly thirty seven percent of all the tickets sold this year have been port Disney movies and number three relentless tweets this weekend and back and forth accusations of racism have dominated the discussion in Washington with the president attacking congressman Elijah Cummings after he complained about conditions at the southern border CBS news White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy joins us for a Monday morning chat and this isn't the first time the president's been accused of making racist remarks what's the reaction been well the reaction is what you'd expect in in fact today al Sharpton it apparently is going to have a news conference this morning in Baltimore with congressman Elijah Cummings the presidency is that coming and he's been tweeting about his relationship with the Reverend al about how the river used to call upon him in these to go see fights together their friends with don king and essentially the president calls al Sharpton a con man so you have this continued back and forth and it look it's part of a pattern of the president criticizing leaders of majority black cities like Baltimore over the weekend he issued a series of tweets in which he said that Elijah Cummings over his twenty five year history as a congressman has not done enough to clear up the mess in his city we'll hear the congressman's response this morning but really it it follows on the the oversight committee chairman's criticism of the trump administration he alleged that children at the border stations are are simply sitting in their own feces he also last week on a Sunday talk show called the present a racist in the present return that yesterday in a tweet saying quote if racist Elijah Cummings will focus more of his energy on helping the good people of his district and Baltimore itself perhaps progress could be made in fixing the mass that he has helped to create over many years of incompetent leadership I just know by the way that district in Maryland is sprawled doesn't just include some of the innermost parts of Baltimore but also some very rural areas way out into the outer reaches of the suburbs and beyond into Maryland and so while it it you know it is fifty three percent of black it it is a sprawling district and so a lot of people who live in that district were offended including the editors of the Baltimore sun who wrote a scathing editorial about this this week and the president's supporters would say look this is just another example of the president showing the differences between his kind of politics and Democrats politics and kind of speech sorting things out for the voters ahead of twenty twenty well I'm one of the things in it is part of again and the common theme you hear from our from Republicans particularly that the city's in this country the men led by Democrats for so many years have seen decay the leaders of the city's would but point the finger and say that there's a responsibility that goes around particularly on the federal side and they make this point if Donald Trump is from president for the last two and a half years what is he done particularly for the people of Baltimore he is the president the entire country after all he would answer that and say that the numbers suggest that the unemployment picture for African Americans is better than it was before he took office CBS is Stephen Portnoy on a hot summer in Washington.
"gilroy california" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Fox news in Gilroy California the morning after a mass shooting semi automatic going off really close and many others ran for cover and then there was a point of silence and then there was another reload to seem like a real loud and we heard thirty more rounds gunmen murdered three people at least fifteen others were injured thousands of people were enjoying the final day of the annual Gilroy garlic festival when witnesses say a man with a rifle opened fire stopped to reload and then fired again some say they heard as many as fifty shots fired witnesses say the shooter described as a white man in his twenties or thirties appeared calm as he fired at random boxes quality account in Gilroy she's as police were already at the festival and shot and killed the man in the search for a possible accomplice continues in Boynton beach Florida police shot and killed a man on his way into a grocery store after he pulled out a gun as they approached he match the description of an armed robber a short time earlier to dollar tree store the director of national intelligence is stepping down effective next month and I director Dan coats and president trump have often sparred over different issues coated actually publicly contradicted president trump several times on intelligence matters in public that has made the president angry boxes David spun the president tweeted eliminate John Radcliffe to take over the Republican congressman who is very critical of Robert Muller questioning the former special counsel last week's hearings now democratic senator Chuck Schumer calls reckless blindly loyal to the president confirming it will be a big mistake the president trump spent the weekend criticizing democratic senator from congressman Elijah Cummings as racist and is Baltimore District a disgusting rat infested mass calling Cummings oversight of him while investigating the president I also radical joke I was the issue the chairman Jerry never applied on ABC this week well the president is as he usually is or often is discussing and racist this is fox news.
"gilroy california" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Day of Gilroy California garlic festival when the shooting started this hurt you know popping sounds and I knew right away that there were shots in which is her pop pop pop pop a man with the guns started shooting up the world renowned festival we just went behind some tents and and to cover police say the gunman shot and killed three people with some kind of rifle before officers working the event arrived in less than a minute and gone down the shooter we heard and what appeared to be thirty rounds so like thirty rounds to me and then we had a a little little lapse in time and then another thirty rounds and sound like automatic fire police say the shooter had cut his way through a fence to gain access to the fairgrounds a law enforcement source tells ABC news investigators think they know the dead gunman's identity and are trying to determine what if any connection he had the Gilroy war the festival several hours before the Gilroy violence a gunman shot twelve people in New York City killing one at a festival honoring elders in Brooklyn's Brownsville section mayor bill de Blasio this tragedy does not define Brownsville does not to find the people Brownsville it does not define what's happening on the ground in a community that has worked so hard and come so far the shooter is still at large after clashing with president trump over Russian election meddling Dan coats is resigning is director of national security he's critical of any questioning of his take on Russia and we've seen him be apologetic for Russia and Vladimir Putin saying last summer that he didn't see any reason why Russia would have been involved in exactly what the intelligence community said Russia was involved in ABC's Karen Travers the president to nominate Texas congressman John.
"gilroy california" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"To coast to coast, Bryan Caplan with us. Our final segment here. We'll take your calls as we talk about the case against education. What would you say is the best country for education, Brian China? I'd say Switzerland, Sweden, Switzerland is the country that still believes most vocational education. They have one of the most skilled workforce in the world. But only ten percents of adults roughly actually have degrees from four-year colleges. They just figured out a great way of skipping all of the waste of time and getting people row ready for life. Back to the calls. Greg Gilroy California's with us. Hey, greg. Go ahead, sir. Good evening. Probably one of the best stories you'll ever hear came displaying. How just how far off the rails? This thing is gotten with meeting a degree. All right. Love to hear it. Michelle from Florida, Dan. So educated pretty much since attempts. I eventually got into computers phentermine, measured me and. Did computer consulting business for five years or six years? I guess then he hired me as a third man hired for a company that had just gotten a contract to provide all the PC's for the postal service and social security huge. Three thousand systems. I'm not where huge penalties if they were daily. I bet did the process of automating the hard bad formatting and embedded processor, the artists to install the proper software for the parts weren't installed in each system. If it additive Baghdad dad's tape support software modem shipboard the cetera. Okay. They decided to move the integration Senator from the west coast to the east coast, or chant we Pepperdine. What are we just starting up called the motherboard chatrooms looking? Populated gene through what pretty computer systems. They took their entire team over right? They put me in charge of. Pre test. I I was supposed to just the parts to make sure they were going to the computer with the people there under me. They had people with degrees that we're supposed to be ranked line. Into it. President of the company calls me, and he had another friend of mine who. Can you rejoin came into office? He's mad as hell. We have shipped wine system that might. Me to do. What I normally did. I was head technician for the company that they're channeling those contracts. But they didn't have a degree. Finally, we get down this meeting. And he says I want to see systems come on out the doors. Finally, we waiting for this. Let's get to work. I'm heading out the door. He's hanging. My on. No, no. You don't have a degree. I can't let you go. Tell. After the degree what they do. Candidate visits because of that silliness. Because of that show is unbelievable. There's a case right there, Bryan. Yeah. Now that that may actually be the fall of the government because often they will have rules about. Well, I can't like the wet degrees. People have to have an order, you what jobs and how much you can Bill for depending upon the degrees. So that definitely is part of the problem, especially when you're dealing with any kind of license occupation of my contractors that isn't the the entirety. The problem by any means because there's plenty of employers outside of these areas who also go and focus on these agrees. And so you say again, the others there's multiple levels to it. Like, you know, the government is indeed making things worse. But that's not the only thing going on. Would you say that law school is like everything else that it's more practical to get experience on the street then? My wife's lawyer. I know a lot of lawyers anti like your first year law school. You learn the watch while century England, right? You know, I it's centuries out of date, but they've been doing it that way for a rare for time immemorial, and they're gonna keep doing it that way and envoy like y'all even when you get into later classes, they're often teaching you the law that's decades out of date. And then finally you actually get a job. And that's when they go and show you what's really going on. So. Yeah score. Course that's one where there is government licensing. So even if you could figure out a way just to learn what you needed to learn on your own. That's not gonna get not going to allow you to work legally. Let's go to Mike in Clearwater, Florida. Welcome to the program. Michael go ahead. Good morning, George. I was just wondering earlier the guests said that, you know, folks, if you're going to finish the education is a good deal. But there's some folks that frankly dropped out. Bill Gates comes to mind. Steve Jobs comes to mind that went on to do some pretty astronomical thing manage to make themselves billionaires in the process. So I was just wondering are they the exception to the rule or are they an anomaly or do they have some kind of trait that the vast majority of us don't have that allowed them to revolutionize the the industries that they were or was just wondering what the gentleman has to say about that. Okay. Go ahead, Brian. Yeah. Bill Gates is absolutely. The exception to the rule. He is not atypical dropout. If you're a parent of your kid drops out of college. You could say, hey, maybe the next Bill Gates. But that's extremely unlikely. Now, according to me, the real question is did Bill Gates get anything out of college would have been better if he hadn't even dropped out, but hadn't gone at all and the other guy that seems pretty likely to. So I mean for people who are very entrepreneurial. Then, you know, they they are they are they're self taught that it may say free of for the rare people like that probably just going straight into the business world makes a lot of sense. Muzio the only the only thing there is probably on top of everything else to Bill Gates said he also got really lucky I think we can pretty easily imagine someone like Bill Gates who hadn't been all that successful. So you have to combine all that talent and knowledge with being in the right place at the right time. So, you know, like lock does matter in real life. It's just a fact in Mark zuckerberg's case going to college. He was able to basically get the idea to maximize Facebook. Yeah. Of course, there's a question. Well, if you hadn't gone to college wouldn't have also been doing this kind of thing. So maybe he would have done it sooner. Of course, you know, again like giving it all worked out for him. It's the kind of thing where you would say, I wouldn't advise you to change anything because made maybe every single little detail was important for, you know, just like any time you tell a story of success like all I wouldn't change a thing. Because who knows whether whether anyone item was was absolutely crucial for the recipe or not the the general point of when your kid drops out of college. Does it make sense to be happy and expect great things and the answer is, of course, not now normally when your kid drops out of college nothing. Great happens next up. Let's go to Josh in Quincy, Illinois. Hey, josh. Go ahead, sir. Appreciate appreciate it. Thank you. Sure. I was just wondering what your guest opinion on trade schools are because if you take a from the inner city schools aren't the fast, they're not prepared for college. So they go get these loans next thing, you know, two years later, they drop out because they're unprepared. And now, they're saddled thirty thousand dollars in debt when a five thousand dollar trade school will teach them a skill that they can support themselves and get a job to trade schools. Is that like vocational schools, Brian? Yeah. Yeah. So you know, trade schools greatly. Underrated very underrated by society when we have this college from and Taliban things we speak pushing every kid shorts college, which makes so little sense. But you know, I feel like even selfishly speaking this a lot of people who would never consider it just out of pure pride. And even though they've never really done, well, academically they and their parents just can't imagine that their kid would go and be a plumber when for a lot of people that would be that would would. In fact, the great option, I just say the main thing about it is that we really should learn a lesson from countries like Germany, and Switzerland and think about starting kids at a much younger age, we right now, we kind of think of it as something while you do your full regular high school, then you're eighteen and then you might consider trade school, or maybe you'd go to college and drop out of and do trade school seeing a much better to start when you're twelve or thirteen or fourteen which doesn't mean that you tell a twelve year old, you're a plumber, this is your life. But at least when you like like if you especially if you just don't like academics. And a lot of kids don't to say, hey, we're going to go and expose you to ten or twenty different plausible. Career options. And let's see whether anything looks good to you. Next up. We to Scott in San Luis Obispo. Let's get you in here Scottie. Go ahead. Look your till O'Brien. I I was a I was a I had a privilege to go to Oxford University. And that's not why was calling you know, I was calling about if you went to school twenty years ago, and you went to school today. There's a complete difference between textbooks and ipads, for example, writing a research paper today would be on a laptop and not going to library were twenty years ago. You had to go to the library, and you had to pull microfiche area to look at a role, and you hand wrote to thing you did George, and you know, what I fear is that we're losing skills hands on spills of yesterday and kids are don't understand what a payphone is. They don't understand what a typewriter is. But you know, hands on schools some of these elite schools like where I went to our hands on. But I. I think technology needs to step aside a little bit. Would you trust going to a doctor was gonna operate on you and you find out maybe thirty forty percent education was done online? Where do you get his hands on schools to operate? Just give me an example. Because I think it's important that we teach kids you'll ways other than advancing and multitasking Brian in how many people, Brian, for example, young kids can't do basic basic subtraction. And addition without a calculator. Nevermind kids like there's plenty of adults who can't do it. Plenty of people have trouble doing it with a calculator. Yeah. So like people liking basic skills a serious problem. And again, like if you don't have basic skills, and you don't really know what to do with the computer in order to get to the answer. So you need to have a foundation for yourself in order to be able to use that stuff. You know on the other end. I I would say that. I mean, I don't see what's so great about physically going to a library versus downloading the articles or the books on an ipad. It seems like two different ways of of reading the same thing. We have a difference of your reading it versus doing. And that's that. That is of course, a big difference. But the main thing that happens regular classrooms. It isn't doing south. It's just listening to give you a lecture. So I was thinking there are, of course, a lot of ways that the internet you'll heading a late like has transformed the world of work for the for the better. And there's also a lot of ways in which you could. But the wall wouldn't allow it. So like right now, it is normally illegal for a doctor to diagnose you over the internet. Even though you could have a camera that way like you could go and do it in front of your Skype camera, and the doctor could see you just as well as you as he could in the office and especially for rural area. This is a serious problem. If there's no doctor within a hundred miles of you. But generally state regulation will say that a doctor's only allowed to diagnose you for physically in his office. So yeah, there's a lot of the technology actually does open doors now such changing to you. You're getting a lot of digital doctors stage to. Yeah. Although, you know, there's always regulatory issues. That in any like, do you ever just tried to go and tell the doctor like here's what's going on here is a picture problem. Like, they do better slap in. They don't like that. Yeah. Yeah. I think it's not just that. They don't like it. But if they they can get in trouble for doing that. Basically, you get into trouble forgiving, the patient what he wants. And for basically giving you like making making him feel better conveniently rather than making it a pain in the neck. East of the Rockies Johns with us in state, college, Pennsylvania. Hey, John, go ahead. Good morning gentlemen there and quick comment before I get to my point about a half hour ago. You mentioned the students don't some studies don't show them so much actual learning coin on reminded me of a tagline on someone's newsgroup posts many many years ago. I think it was a professor being asked might have been up at MIT. I think was kind of admired for the intelligence.