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Schlereth and Evans
"grand lake" Discussed on Schlereth and Evans
"Was your weekend? How's your weekend march? My weekend was good. I actually so beautiful on Saturday. I cleared stuff out of the garage. I swept it out and then I wash her on down. It's all that salt and that dirt and all that, you know, it has been snow here nonstop. Yeah, we're not done with. Yeah, we're supposed to get some snow in here on Wednesday. I saw somewhere where we had like 6 out of 7 Wednesdays. It's snowed on Wednesday, and it's supposed to be 7 out of 8. Wednesday again. Wednesday again. Wednesday, snow day. Damn you Wednesday. I was up on Saturday, I was in grand Lake, beautiful grand Lake, Colorado. Ice fishing. When ice fishing with buddy, he lives up there, he always says, you should come on. Ice fish. I mean, ice fish since I was a kid. On my grand pappy's Lake. And so went up to grand Lake and took his ATV out onto the Lake, towed out some stuff, went about 500 feet out on Lake granby, Doug holes, three holes, how thick was the ice? The snow is probably about on top of the ice was probably about probably about 6 inches of snow. And then add about another two feet ice. Two feet. Yeah. Really? Wow. So it's pretty thick. You're not cracking. No, I was not fearful of being out there. No, not at all, not at all. Beautiful days. A couple of cold ones. Soaking up some rays, got some fish, shot a squirrel. Put it on a spit. You know? That's right. That's right. Ate some bark. Wrestle the bear. You know, 50 typical Saturday, but no, it was great to get outside. Great to get outside. Great to be back here with you for another full weekend. Playoff style hoops last night. Oh my goodness. That was great. That was great. That really was good. It was highlighted. It was headlined as bones returned. Look, let's just move on from bones. Bones. Bones got way too much attention here. For a back end of the rotation player. And then his move and his return, again, who cares? Because by the time you got into winning time yesterday, bones was nowhere to be found. You deal with the players that matter. And what an entertaining game. Sign me up for a 7 game series with the Clippers. That'd be fun. Yeah, it was an entertaining game. And of course, we've been talking about it here a lot. A lot, but the Joker did with the Joker did. And especially down the stretch in the fourth quarter and in overtime, that dude was that dude was large and in charge. So I tell you what, loved, loved loved. Watching the nuggets last night, love watching just the chemistry and the way they play together. I thought it was awesome. There were so many good things to come out of this game to kind of digest them. And if you were watching the game, you want to comment on it. Hit us up on the Ramos law dot com text line 303-713-1043, but Michael Porter junior, who's starting to pick it up. He had two strong games. Actually, three strong games coming out of the all star break. And then he had the flat game against Memphis. They all did. But then he bounces back and has a big game last night with a couple of big threes, one in the final minute of regulation. Another one early on in overtime, on a night which Aaron Gordon first came back from the ribbing. He ended up following out. They needed that third guy to step up and PJ, if you can get consistent playoff performances from Michael Porter junior to go with what you know you're going to get from jokic Murray and Gordon. We're going to pray here. We'll have a parade here. We're both going to play the jinxi cat if you want, but if you get that Dixie, no. If you get that Michael Porter junior, I'm not saying every night in the playoffs, but consistently in the playoffs. Game over, man. Yeah, the one that one of the men was Saturday, right, where he is zero for 7 from three point, I think two from ten from the field and zero for zero from the foul line. If your shot's not going, I get shooters going to shoot and I get all that stuff. But at some point, scores need to score. And you got to become a score, right? That's always been my criticism for him. You're 6 11, man. Get to the rim. Your shot's not going down. I know you got a beautiful shot, but it's not going down to the rim. Find a way, it could be productive, find a way to score points. That's what I'd like to see for him from him in those situations, but you're right. Last night, he was really good. That was great team basketball. And you and I were talking before the show started. The joker's ability to defer to get his assists to do that, but also to make the right play, but also just to be an absolute bully down low. Offensive rebounds, putting them back up one hand on the one hand, fighting somebody off with the other arm. How about you? I'm scratchy where his arm. Holy smokes. What is going on? Was he trimming down some rose bushes? You don't have to get him ready for the spring or what? I don't know. Is he dancing with rose bushes? I don't know. It's all thorned up, man. Cut your fingernails, guys. What's going on? He was scratched. That's assault, brother. Yeah, it was. It was awful looking. His spindly little arms are still don't like his arms. There is no muscle tone. None. Okay. He's got Serbian strength. He does. Those things are upside down road cones. That's Serbian man strength right there. Meanwhile, the avalanche are officially on a roll and remember a few weeks ago, Jared bednar uncharacteristically whining about back to backs. Avalanche don't seem to have a problem with them. They have played a recent stretch of three back to backs so you get 6 games, possible 12 points. They picked up 11 of a possible 12 points during their stretch of three consecutive back to backs, which includes winning the second half of all three back to backs. Against what was arrested opponent. And overall he has won 5 straight, 6 O one one in their last 7, 13 two and two in their last 17. Momentum is important. And when you get on a stretch, sometimes time off, and time off is always good, but too much time off. Sometimes just playing is great. And obviously, they're playing great right now. They make some moves too. They need a couple moves, back, got another backup goaltender, by the name of Keith kincaid. They got from Boston. And then they made a deal with Chicago. They bring back popular defenseman Jack Johnson. Remember the opening night, the image of they're playing the Blackhawks in the opening night and raised the banner. And the Blackhawks, the rest of the team goes back inside to their dressing room and Johnson playing for the Blackhawks is the only guy saying out on the I'll say it on the bench. He's watching the banner guy and then they wave over to him. And they're like, get over here. So he's over there. He's got his arm around him. Well, he's back. We're back. Even though thank you, man. Your comments take on a whole new meaning now. We're back. Yes. So he comes back. I saw some people on Twitter some as fans complaining that they're bringing back a guy who's they gave up Andreas England on the way out. And, you know, the idea of being hey, wait a minute, you gave up younger guy, maybe it was more upside for an older guy in Jack Johnson, but Mark, you know. And you've said this many times that when the Broncos lost Keith burns, it was a big loss just because of that chemistry that glue type guy. Johnson is one of those kind of guys. Yeah, I agree with you. I agree. Plus, come on, we traded an English guy, England, for what's more American than Jack Johnson. That's true, right? America. Boom. Just America it up. That's right. We are. And rolling again, hit us up on the robust dot com text line 303-713-1043.
KCBS All News
"grand lake" Discussed on KCBS All News
"News one O 6 9 and a.m. 7 40 K CBS. Case CBS News time two 21. The new movie and the Black Panther series Wakanda forever had a great weekend at the box office with North American sales topping $180 million in international sales reaching just under that. And the movie itself is particularly significant for the Bay Area. For more, Holly Kwan spoke with John Jennings, Professor of media and cultural studies at the University of California at riverside, who joined her on the kcbs RingCentral news line. So you saw the movie over the weekend. I haven't seen it yet. I saw the first one. I remember when Ryan coogler came to the grand Lake theater in Oakland and he dropped by a lot of Bay Area theaters and just that alone sort of made us embrace it. What are the, what are the connections now and how it resonates for the Bay Area? Well, you know, I mean, obviously I mean, you just stated one bars one is the fact that one of your sons created this amazing film actually. Ryan coogler himself has pulled off something that I think is in a for lack of a better word, superhuman. To actually, in some ways, I feel like it could be seen as not just a sequel to the first Black Panther film, but like a sequel to fruit bell station, and what I mean by that is it's almost like sets up this idea of loss about the death of this amazing black man. And then what kind of forever definitely deals with this shape of an abscess? What happens when a black person is killed when anyone is killed, but in this particular case we're talking about the king of this amazing society Wakanda. Everything is dealing with grief and about loss. And I thought, how do you move past it? So yeah, that's definitely a connection. And of course, in some ways, Oakland itself or in other primarily black spaces can be seen as like indexes for an idea like Wakanda. You know, a black space that actually is progressive, you know? I remember when the movie first came out, there was this swell of pride. And how important it was for kids to see this and do that. Hey, that looks like me moment on the screen. Is that being replicated in this second time around? I definitely think. So, I mean, it's kind of for most of my life. I'm 52, I've actually had to experience the idea of sharing empathy with mostly people who don't look like me. And this particular cell, what a series of selves actually puts forth the ideas that in order for you to connect with these people you have to show a particular type of empathy. And there's this notion called symbolic annihilation where if you don't show someone, you're actually in some ways destroying their identity as a stronger connection to the culture that they're connected to. This totally erases that notion. I think it's a fantastic film. I'm also interested in what you are touching on that like heroes can come in all colors and empathy. And dealing with grief I guess crosses all colors. Oh yeah, definitely. And you know, in some ways, it's almost like a Black Death matter cell, right? Because it talks about this idea of loss. I can't imagine the amount of strength it took for this cast. In some ways, this kind of target family to actually go on and make a film about this amazing human being that we lost, chop, chat with Boseman. And just to strengthen it took to actually make something like this. It's such a beautifully man's film. It talks a lot about issues around colonization. And about what the future might hold for the only people in the MCU, but for folk who are watching the film to this idea of what the future might hope for our children. And that was John Jennings, Professor of media and cultural studies at the University of California at riverside. On to the money watch, Amazon delivering layoffs. Here's Jason Brooks. Amazon is the latest big company to slash its staffing as it looks to cut costs. The New York Times reports that the ecommerce company is planning to cut 10,000 workers with Amazon reportedly focusing the cuts on its technology and human resources divisions at its corporate headquarters in Seattle. The cuts would amount to about 3% of Amazon's headquarters staffing and less than 1% of its nearly one and a half million worldwide employees. Amazon cautioned that its growth could slow in 2023 due to macroeconomic issues, and that's after its growth earlier this year slowed to its weakest pace in two decades. Amazon last month announced it was hiring 150,000 seasonal workers to help with the supply chain, matching its holiday hiring from 2021. Amazon shares fell over 2% today and the overall market gave back after last week's rally, Dow dropping 211 points NASDAQ down by 127 S&P lower by 35 on the money watch Jason Brooks kcbs. Throughout the 60s and 70s, cops
Mom And ... Podcast
"grand lake" Discussed on Mom And ... Podcast
"And listen to your mother. Show founder and speaking of listen to your mother. I got we don't usually suck up to our guest this much but i've got merch so welcome and we are so excited to have you here. Oh i'm so happy to be here and yes so we know you as like. I even have the shirt. I had to get it out of the laundry dirty. It's seen better days. Good one. that's a good one. It gets a lot of us so obviously we know you through your mother. Joe is something. We're gonna talk a little bit more about that in a few minutes. We'd really wanna focus on your new year new venture But just for anybody who. I don't know where they've been under a rock if they don't know you from listen to your mother. Could you give our audience a little bit of a high level and one. Oh one about your career path and your family and then we'll dive into your work. Sure well I met my husband at a musical theater so i started out as an actress. You as a drummer in the pit right by rocky mountain national park in grand lake colorado out and we moved to chicago. They're not gonna give you my whole life story but this all becomes turn it. I promise and we both experimented with different careers as you can imagine being artists both of us and we ended up working with a career coach. Starting in our twenties who i still work with. She's still working today. She's in her eighties. And her name is robyn shearer and amazing and part of that journey for me. Lead me back to graduate school where. I got a master's in social work right about the time. I had exactly the same time. I had my first child. We lived in chicago for about ten years and my mom is a social worker. My sister's a social worker. Like i kinda always knew i was probably going to end up there somehow But then we moved back to my hometown of madison.
NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"grand lake" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"Programmatic kin monday morning. Show moving right along. Just was walking out around the station for a minute there during the break in i heard clerk johnson yelling about tick talk and that normally doesn't happen and there's a story up on our website viral tick-tock video leads to fatalism at putter schools. I'm not sure if you've heard this but The the devious licks video encourages students to vandalize. You're still items from school. Bathrooms thirteen elementary school. Elementary middle and high school bathrooms and the poor school district have been vandalized with damage ranging from flooding broken windows. A school spokeswoman tells the colorado and that if students could face detention suspension or even expulsion criminal charges for the full story. check out the colorado and But tick-tock i mean as kids another social media platform ruining the earth. Joining me. now. Cody wilson denver. Front range weather cody. How are you man. Let's get to see you man. Good to see you too and excited about this weather. Change it we've got. Oh man it feels so good coming in this morning. Yeah it really did did. So what was what you you've been calling this. The cold front coming through about midnight last night. Yep so that eleven o'clock the wind started picking up pretty good that front barreled through at wind gusts about forty miles an hour and there was some light rain along it if you were in the foothills and on the eastern plains but there's some traces of snow up in the mountains in steamboat tavern ask grand lake on this morning. Yeah september twentieth. I'm an yes sir. All right how much was it. Was it just race just enough to cover the ground. That's still to get people excited. Right right The weather wasn't the only thing that changed some stuff around on us this weekend. Her college football teams did to our picks on friday. Were horrendous cody. I i have no words for you. It was bad it no. It wasn't bad it was abhorrent..
"grand lake" Discussed on SharkFarmer Podcast
"In a world full negative people. Hey man i'm just trying to be a positive guy. Positive farmer positive outfitter. This is a shark farmer. Podcast with your host rub shirt whatever and welcome again to shirk former podcast. Hey i'm your host rob sharkey today today. We're going to go out to kansas. We're going to go out to humboldt kansas. We're gonna talk with amy welt. How're you doing. Amy good how are you guys. I'll do a pretty good. Your vacation moping. You can't hear my proximity cocktail. Are you drinking flasher. You at on vacation cram lake grand lake. Where's that at in oklahoma. Okay you're from kansas in two vacation. You go to oklahoma okay. It's not very far away and there's a lake. There's not very many like kansas. Kansas is the land of a dozen lakes. If i remember. Yeah yeah many. Are where is worse humboldt though and the great state of kansas southeast kansas so between ao and chenille if you know where that is pittsburgh billionaire north okay you are you ranching or farming out there. How do you say it. It's we're freelancers your what we're france kerr's we re far. We ranch furniture's. I was talking about this to like another girl fun instagram. I think 'cause she was doing the same thing. And i'm like i don't really know where we speak 'cause we used to be just like ranchers and then my husband bought a bunch of land do vertical farm. No what is it. Your arms rumors. Yeah yeah. I was calling branch or okay. I don't really know neither one of them world's okay. Okay all right so you are farming slash wrenching out there What are you growing. We're growing beans corn. We all right. Well you know what would probably help with all that amy. What the good folks at mira stem you ever heard of them. No okay well there yeah. It's dan crop performance. These guys are amazing. They've got everything going on. So like if you wanna have a nitrogen. Stabilisers nutrient enhancements treatments. Specially starters a full ears micronutrient. Can i go on and on. They've got it all they've got everything. Amy okay. I have not heard of them. You'll have to send me some information is there. Are people there that you could tell about. Mary stem i hear people. I know i can't find my chargers. You can't find your charger. I no hold on a second word. My.
Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"grand lake" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"And impairment of the local economy There's an organization called save greeley's water. They've submitted petitions for ballot initiative that would ask voters whether water sales exchanges subrogation trades or leases or more than five years by the city. Should i be required. Undergo a comprehensive engineering study before being taken to the greeley voters. Another ballot initiative would ask voters whether the purchase or leasing as well as providing of any groundwater and recycled wastewater should undergo a similar process. Well this sounds like they've got enough signatures they Most have at least thirty one. Oh one turned in forty three thousand one hundred one. They turned in four thousand two hundred. They're probably valid and it'll make the ballot. But here's the problem with this thing. And i agree with the city of greeley that this is a very troublesome ill fought in. Ill advised piece of legislation Here's why water is something that is really a property right We in the whole citizenry. Some of his own water some of us do not those who own it make it available to those of us who don't have it we can rent it or we can buy it from our city treated so that we can drink it and so on these water rights though are really important here in colorado The i got involved in this thing. And i couldn't believe that i went to the website of this outfit called save grease water. It turns out. They have put a document on their website of something that i wrote as an opinion piece for the fort collins colorado and in two thousand fourteen and i have yet understand what it is that i wrote that they think is important enough to put it there because i never mentioned greeley in what i wrote. I was writing about halligan reservoir. Now those of you who understand the way the putin works right up at what they call gateway park which used to be the old fort collins treatment plan that's now turned into fort collins municipal park up there That's where the north of the puzder comes into the main stem. The north fork coming from areas up higher. Oh even around beaver meadows that that whole area in that part of the county It all runs incomes together right there and from that point on you've got the poodle river greatly enhanced as it were by the north fork but before the water gets through the north fork into the main stem. There are two dams up there. One is called seaman reservoir. The others called halligan. Reservoir city of fort collins owns halligan reservoir. The cd agree on seaman. And there are discussions all the time. About how those two water rights that fill those reservoirs on the north fork work together and and that's fine. I mean it's it's all good that they have those water rights. But here's the point of this whole issue of water law. It has very complex. It's based on decrees and so on In the piece that i wrote and let me see if i can grab it here. I called it. Halligan hassle could lead to water fight and this was back in two thousand fourteen. Let me just quote to you from what i wrote. Then you can see what you think this may have to do with what this saved. Really water organization is trying to do with their ballot issue. I start out. Mark twain is often quoted. Liquor is for drinking. Water is for fighting given the loss of one thousand nine hundred five conditional water right to thirty three thousand four hundred sixty two acre feet of water on in the north fork of the poodle river due to the city. Waters lawyers failure to file a required report. It seems to me that some kind of a fight could ensue. Well yes the. These lawyers did not file in a timely way to preserve a water right and as a result. A nineteen eighty-five conditional decree that for colin zone. Suddenly became a two thousand thirteen decree. And according to this story by kevin dugan who's no longer with the colorado embiid a good guy and a good reporter he talked about how this could actually diminish the value of that water. But it's all talking about fort. Collins water in halligan reservoir. It's not talking about anything to do with greeley's water He he described what happens in colorado water rights in. This is a very very important thing to understand if you're into water and you know what i'm talking about if you don't listen because this is how it works and it's described as and this is what i put in my in my story It's compared to people with different size bowls getting in a line based on the year of their claim to receive water from established source in. It's kind of like fillon. Fillon their their bucket The people who are in the front of the line get their bucket completely filled to whatever size there bucket. Is they get it all. Then as you work your way down the line to people with a less senior right to that water they may or may not get their bucket full as a matter of fact that the end of toward the end of that line everybody at the beginning of the line with the senior rights their book at full there is somebody there who's going to get a portion of their bucket full and everybody from that point in the line on gets nothing. The water is not divided equally by everybody in the line. What it is. It's put their according to their right in their date. And so having an eighty five contri- conditional decree would be better than a two thousand thirteen but those are both so down. The road so to speak in terms of decrease water decrees began in colorado in the eighteen sixties in actually greeley's in a good spot because on the puzder greeley has some water rights. That are the very most senior among the most senior water rights on the poodle river cough for collins tests. I'm pretty good ones to. There's are not as good as greeley's but but they're still good rights and they get filled up. Most of the time well halligan. Reservoir was being discussed as an possibility to expand it. And at this time. When i wrote this in two thousand fourteen the army corps of engineers who determined all this stuff. We're in the process of doing environmental impact. Statement on the expansion of halligan by fort collins and Also the north putin irrigation company. They use that water as well and have rights. They're nowhere in this story. Do i ever see greeley. Do i ever say semen. Do i ever say anything. And i end the story that i wrote this little wilson opinion piece actually and i said then there is the statement by colorado. There's the water resources. David nettles in an email to the colorado quote there could be periods when in one thousand nine hundred five would be an effect but not two thousand thirteen right but that will happen a few days a year at most. He's trying to say that even though these lawyers screwed up and didn't file on time and had to come back and get a lesser decree that this is so far down the list that it may not be even an issue. And then i go back to my my point that One thing's for sure waters for fighting the so. I guess what. Maybe these save the greeley water. People are talking about or that. They're just fighting. Like i said everybody would but we have fought over water historically in northern colorado ever since my great grandpa dug a ditch to get water out of the little thompson river when he homesteaded near birth. I mean it's just been going on. That's what we have. Water rights are major and the price of water in northern. Colorado has just escalated immensely immensely. But we've got people with thought forethought foresight who created water rights for us. Here we've got the big thompson project. Could you imagine what would happen today if somebody said. Yeah joe this is a great idea. We're going to go over on the west slope and we're going to pipe some water all the way from grand lake and we're going to build two reservoirs downstream from grand lake so that we can pump the water back and keep grand lake full all the time with the runoff that runs into those other reservoirs grabby in shadow mountain to be specific and then we are going to drill. Dig a tunnel right underneath rocky mountain national park. It's going to be over eleven miles long. Len point one levin point two miles long. it's going to be nine feet in diameter. You could drive a jeep through there. And they do by the way I wanted to that trip but nonetheless how would that. How would that do today. If somebody said yeah. We're going to do that. But those are the people here in greeley to bmw far for instance. Who is a hero in my mind to make this a place that we can all live because without that water that comes through the big thompson without doubt water that comes down the polluter without that water that saved up as high as joe wright reservoir halligan reservoir seaman reservoir on the putter in. It's different Tributaries we we would be in bad shape. Folks here we. We couldn't live her. We just couldn't live and all the fields that you see out there that are so lush and green and growing things that we can eat would be no more. They couldn't exist. You can't even grow at decent. Greece graph greece grass grass cropping in colorado with the with the moisture that we have so anyway. Yeah waters for fighting. But i'll tell you what you need to fight against. You need to fight against his goofy idea. That's being put forward By save greeley's water then this is all based on the aquifer up in the terry ranch and it. This is a brilliant idea by the way to have the terry ranch aquifer come into the greeley system. It's it's genius genius do it. Let do it whatever these guys want. Don't vote for it. That's just my suggestion and I'm kind of set to go here. We're going to be back here. Just a few closing words right here on mornings with gail john clarkin northern colorado's voice one. Oh three one thirteen ten. Kfi greeley here mornings with kale weekdays. Six to nine and northern colorado's voice thirteen ten kfi k. It's roosevelt dan. Thirteen days thirteen. Teams presented by tb k. Bank coverage begins at five. Another in colorado's voice. One zero three point one in thirteen ten. Kfi k b with you today as we come up toward the oh my goodness nine o'clock hour. John clarke had a great time with you. What one of the folks from records in loveland These people are the people you want to see for all your firearms. Training gun supply needs that. They've got this great gun giveaway on september. Eighteenth you want to check that out at records in loveland what you wanna do is give them a call at nine seven zero six one seven two four nine one. Anybody who's given away guns think that's pretty cool. I would either checked out. It's also been a great honor to be here today for gail I just love coming here sitting i. I don't think we really trashed. President biden quite enough. The bonet decision he made in how he's going to clear out. The people in afghanistan. I mean are pulled out. I mean you just left everybody in the huge mass. And i think it's going to cost a lot of money and even more importantly a lot of lives. It's kind of sad but anyway just wanted to remind you that i get to come in here. I get to sit at this microphone. And i'm just grateful that you're listening much. 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"grand lake" Discussed on The Nix
"That's another thing you can download and watch on the plate and you still need to watch that like that season. Two is apparently not until next buccaneer. And i'm not okay with now you know all news that's been me my show. Gimme gimme gimme good stuff coming out so i saw black widow. I have very low expectations going into it. I enjoyed it. It was like before including you know all marble things they never dip below two stars. I would say this was like two and a half three. It was a lot of fun. It's ridiculous the actions dumb. The accents are unbelievably terrible. Like some of the worst is about accent connoisseur. These are the worst russian accent. I have ever heard in my life and that includes thorns pew. It is it's very cute. I the florence pee thing i do have to say. I'm wondering how much this is like while we really want somebody else. Other than scorch are black widow character. She is good but now that great in this. it's fine. it's all fine. David harbor was very funny but also the worst accident ever. I really like rachel vice in her weird little role. It's fun. i don't know there's not much to say about it. It's kind of ridiculous. It's ridiculous falling all over it like it's again i'm gonna make the common cause i can't think of any other lake classic movie right now but people are falling over like it's fucking citizen. God what's like everybody all keep thinking about this and it's so touching and they're all whispering rosebud or something. I don't i saw with our friend. Amy and we watched it the grand link theater grand lake which was fun and she is not seen most of them and i was like. Oh god this is going to be a terrible mistake. And she was like. I kind of had fun but like the fact that i have not seen any of the moral stuff and i understood all this i was like she's like i think this is kind of. There's not enough there. And i was like yeah. It's very slight like think. If you describe the plot it would literally be like three sentences. Okay so wait a minute. Are we saying that f nine has more history and more lake of lega cannon black widow. That's true because we didn't understand frame nine. No black widow did stand alone on. Its own making comparisons now. I'm just saying that. I'm not saying that the other one. I'm just i'm just sort of fascinated by the right. Yeah and understand fucking frame of nine still enjoyed. It had never seen a marvel movie understood every frame of it and still enjoyed it interesting thing and the thing that i think. We both came out of it saying which i think people are saying. Is that the family dynamic. This chosen family but through spy like whatever stuck together is very sweet. It's hard not to be like a little move. That also ray winstone plays this a harvey weinstein monster. Who is in charge of brainwashing. All of them. And it's like so on those weinstein of like grooming these women that it's like it's it is a little like this is like maybe should have been more serious movie about this like there's a lot of there's there's stuff to it and i think that's what people are responding to about it..
"grand lake" Discussed on KTOK
"Highway Patrol. Oh CPD and Tulsa PD. Our founding sponsors carry case, um with the case and cares Foundation, Remington Park Racing and Casino. John Wayne Cancer Foundation, the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, the Oklahoma City Zoo and the Tulsa Zoo. We can't thank you enough for listening today. It means a lot. Um It's a personal show today. This show is about horrific accident that I went through and making some bad decisions. Uh, and then going through a really bad breakup, so it has a relationship feel to it. Hope you pick up something from from that as well And then on the very back end of the hour. We're going to talk about opioids and OxyContin and how I got off of that. It's a serious thing. So All of these things. We feel a prevalent We have the opportunity to do this show and kind of do it our way and I heart and Cox Media are on board with us, and they believe in us. And so we take the time to step down and have a show. And, uh, it's important to us even without a guest to have some introspection on life and other people's lives and and sharing humility, the element of humility so Um, we'll get started here. First off. We wanted to say happy birthday to our dear friend Toby. Toby keeps up a grand lake. Uh, and he had one heck of a party a couple nights ago. So Happy birthday, Toby, Toby's 60. Now I think And also our friend. Uh, Rhonda Have Miranda Rhonda Bayless. It's her birthday this week as well. So we appreciate them listening. This won't turn into a birthday Happy birthday episode, But those people are key to us, and we appreciate them listening. So, um, about six years ago, we were headed out to L A for a wedding. I was in a relationship. And, uh, I had an H two. The second H two. I had the third H two that I had big, huge Hummer. You know all about him. You know how big they are, How bulky They are top of the hour. We played a little bit on the Describing their girth if you will, anyway, so I'm not totally stupid. Um, when I jumped under this car to to look at the transmission transmission linkage, which had come loose on this car. Then my block the tires I put on the emergency brake. I got under it. I found the problem. You know, the linkage had come loose. I stuck it back on Unbreak the car unblocked. The car. Drove the car around the block. We were fine, right? So I get that part of it. I'm not a rocket scientist, and I'm not an automobile mechanic, but I knew And I know enough about it that I got what to do. And what not to do so anyway, getting out of the car that the key won't come out of the ignition, So I jump back under the car to to look around to see if maybe I've missed something. And curiosity killed the cat accidentally. Knocked the car out of park and I'm underneath this mammoth of a vehicle. Struggling, uh, surviving Uh, my life is is, you know, right in front of me flashing before my live so 16 ft. We go back down the driveway and I'm underneath this car, and I'm trying to figure out how to get out from underneath it. Tore up my wrist. Real bad. Broken ribs, You know, 3rd and 4th degree burns. The car finally rests. You know, it hits the streets of the It breaks the role and I get out from underneath it and brush myself off. Lucky to be alive. Uh, Thanking God for being alive if you will. Drive myself to Baptist Medical Center here on northwest Highway in Oklahoma City, and I walk in and, you know, I look like I've been run over right dirt all over me and grease and broken wrist. My wrist is hanging off my arm and Being jovial like I am The nurses and the doctors All stop and they look up and they looked through the doorway and there I am. And they go. Oh, my gosh. What happened to you? I said, Well, I ran over myself. And so that started this whole thing, right? So they rushed me the ER and I was in scans for forever and I see you and And it was It was a horrific, terrible accident. Um The takeaway on all of this is the element of humility. It's so healthy to be able to look at yourself in the mirror. Uh, and others around you and admit when you've made a horrible mistake. Life threatening mistake and be able to live and laugh about it. You know, the takeaway here is that I was given the opportunity to continue to do what I'm doing today and to live Um and enjoy life on down the road. Right? So when we talk about this accident in this epic time for me, a lot of things were going on in my life. Um, and there are things that everybody can get through. You can get through bad relationships You can get through horrific accidents you can get through. Um, you know, having a problem getting off prescription drugs we are We know how bad that is. We know what it is, You know, for everybody and those three elements of this Story and we'll talk about it as we move through the hour. They really changed my life. They made me a better person. Um, there was some pretty lonely times Imagine, you know you're You're in the hospital. You're you're bummed up. You can't work. Um, some of your friends. Thank you. Just, you know, complete dumb ass and I guess you kind of are there's some elements to that right? And then you kind of call out and you figure out who your real true dear friends are that will come over and make you breakfast and lunch and take you to the hospital for checkups. And these elements, these things that we search for in life, these relationships, these friendships are key. These are what's important in life. And you learn through these experiences of mass loss and mass destruction and mass pain and mass hurt. You learn who the real most important people are in your life. You learn. What things are most important to you in life and doesn't have anything to do with a big house.
NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"grand lake" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"Me thirty eight. Welcome back into the program. The app bushes specialist studios. This is no co now. I m tanner schwinn. Thanks for being with us on this friday morning Let's see here joining us now. Up on the hotline are crp. Four by four a vip guessed. It is one. Mr miles bloom heart with the fort collins. Colorado one miles. How are you this morning. Doing great doing great looks like ninety eight degrees today. A warm one You're going to get out. Hit some balls today or no. I don't know so. I was complete transparency. In between the broncos calling a client. And i'm like hey you wanna go for a client meeting this afternoon and go and go play some golf so i don't know maybe maybe miles. We might have to go do that. It eight miles awesome. pc that korn-ferry tours out of tpc colorado. So we could do that too. Yeah so i've never played that course and i've had some buddies that are in the golf industry that have just said it's ridiculous so the korn ferry back again and i think i talked about this a little bit yesterday but the misconception about the korn ferry tour i mean they they think just because it's not the the pga these guys these guys out there. The cornfield tour would be anybody in the state. I don't care what country club you belong to your best golfers gonna get beat by these guys on the korn ferry tour. Not even close the i. I've been out to the last few years and the korn ferry tour players are unbelievable. And you know you know. It's just a little bit of their game. you know. mostly. What i noticed is probably the difference between them and the pga players. It comes down to everything right. It's the short game You know the mental game but the short game especially putting and But no they're remarkable ball-strikers. Of course they're you know they get off the tee very long But now the korn ferry tour is very very competitive that old saying dry for show putt for dough and some of those greens out there and they're almost like concrete. I mean you just can't get the ball to stop. Yeah ended up in and of course. It's an extremely long course which you would expect being at elevation. But it's gorgeous I'm gonna try and go out later this afternoon to watch it and It's just. It's i think it's a great showcase for for the state of colorado and it's great that it's up here Just a beautiful course. The last couple of winters two miles have gone on to do some pretty cool stuff in the pga as well. Yeah yeah i you know. I i lost you to hold it. Say that again. I said the winners of the last couple of winters of the cornfield tour have gone on to do some some pretty cool things in the pga was wills. A tour is the tourist carrying it up. He was absolutely tearing it up and No there's been some really good players on their You know You know it's it's just been such a such a good showcase and yeah. I mean i haven't heard a lot from zala taurus lately but oh i don't know the last you know for Last for about two months. Stretch there on the on the tour. If not longer he was he was really doing well. Yeah there's no doubt all right miles let's talk about you. Were up in the burn scar yesterday up in over in the fort collins area and well after the big rain that we got last week. There's some water issues taking place. Yeah fortunately they didn't get you know greeley measurements of three to four inches which would have been catastrophic up there but when you get you know even an inch of rain or a half inch of rain on about that. Burn scar area it. It causes Some flooding and some mudslides. And when i say mudslide california mudslides right. They're they're smaller but They closed colorado fourteen at one point and then They've also caused some road. Damn agent you know. When i went. I went through the burn scar. And the upper buckhorn Well it's actually. The buckhorn road is is is severely damaged and they're working on that but It's got a lot of problems and so didn't you. Were you saying that. They had the city for content to switch their water supply. Is that right. Yeah so the city of fort collins and there's also impacted really too so This water situation. The poodle river affects greeley as well. But what happens is fort. Collins takes about half of their water from horse tooth reservoir and half from the poodle river so when the poodle river has water quality issues with ash and sediment as it. Is you know at times now last week when we had that big rainfall The quality of that water was so bad that the city of fort collins turns off basically turns valve off right shuts off the river water and only takes some horse tooth rows aboard So it gives them a backup They had that offer about a week and then yesterday talked to the city and they were turning it back on. The water quality was better. They could use the the river water. How does that. Impact the water levels over at horseshoes which is such a huge tourist drought of four fort collins. Yeah not not significantly. I talked to him about that. And you know. Here's the fortunate thing is northern. Water dumped as much water as they could from like up at lake grand lake and that area because they're severely impacted by the east troublesome fire. So they wanted to get that clean water down here right. That was because that was the water from the year before so what they did. Is they filled up. Like carter lake and horse to those have extremely clean water. And they dumped all that water down there so that that these municipalities along the front range. What have that water. Should the poodle river water not be available because it's so dirty talking realize here four by four. Vip it is miles bloom heart out of the colorado in and we knew it was going to happen right. We knew that there was going to at some point. Be issues because of the sediment off and like you mentioned when you get that that much rain even if it is an issue to within an hour that's going to be the issue. Yeah and fortunately this spring there's been abundant moisture up there And it's and the runoff came out really great But now we're getting into the monsoon season and that's the beck's problem area is like what happened last week where you can have some of these systems with a lot of moisture that stall out over You know the foothills in the mountains You know we. We've had our biggest floods you know have come in july and september so That's kind of the next worry because after being up there. Yeah there's projects going on but it's you know it's just too vast area these think at the perimeter of the fires three hundred and twenty five miles that's driving from here to grand junction and there is significant damage. I went into some areas. I hadn't been into the crystal mountain area which is south of the buckhorn is completely devastated that area around the csu mountain campus pingree park. Now those facilities were saved by the firefighters area. Around there is completely scorched It's such a large area. Yeah it was such a devastating fire and then he gets in there. There's not much there's not a whole lot. anybody can do. Miles switch gear. We talked about the nfl a little bit a couple of weeks ago. I believe we're already seeing some of the athletes that have signed deals. They can't hire agents but they can hire marketing marketing. People for them We've seen.
The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"grand lake" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"Collegiate great lakes league dot org. No dot org like i said anyway. The great lakes league you have a lot of local teams in the cincinnati dayton area. Most of them in the south division. And let's go ahead and jump into the standings of the great lakes for some are twenty twenty one we start with the south division sixteen in the self. Let off with the fifty eight. Cincinnati steam vol fourteen two nine hamilton. Joes one game back to back. Are the richmond indiana jazz at thirteen. Ten three back. Eleven ten ohio bison you might remember this team years back being called the county settlers. They changed the name. Think right during covert or right before covert while the two in fifth place in the south three game losing streak and five and a half back of i nine and thirteen senior scouts and in sixth place the ohio marlins from circle ville therefore in sixteen and nine and a half back. I we look at the north division. There is a pair of local teams. We got the lima logos and the gray and lake mariners. I always was a great lake. But it's grand lake and selena. Sandusky ice hollers lead the norfolk eighteen and six three back in second place. The jet box baseball club. Or they're one of few new teams to the great lakes twelve and ten the royal oak leprechaun's coming off a three year stint at irish hills. And then you got the lima locos at and eleven six back of. I very surprising. See lima not take. Charge of north muskegon clippers their ten and ten. They're also six back vol by eight and a half back. The michigan monarchs the eight and fourteen grand lake mariners. Nine back a first and ten and a half back the greater six and fifteen in case. You don't know the great lakes summer collegiate. Leagues offices are in troy ohio. Which is something. I did not realize. And they've been going since. Nineteen eighty seven. Lima in grand lake are to the oldest teams that are still active in the league. Tell you little bit more about. They returned to twenty twenty one while you're playoffs will be scheduled for the week of july twenty six so that is four weeks from now whereas the prospect league you play end of may june july and the beginning of august for the great lakes summit league league you start in june and then normally end first week of august after the finals so little bit short of season and it goes by just like that only two months for.
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"grand lake" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Rick till eight two hundred chicken wings at your mama's house last night now back to fat boy. That hurts my feelings. Welcome back to the show to the with you. The rest of the way. The lines are available at one. Eight hundred eight seven eight play. Let's go to oakland with chris. What's up man. rick. I love those drops. You always have man you've had those for awhile and you haven't you just just austin since two thousand two. Wow that's amazing and just All right sounds good. Hey i was trying to get an earlier. But i wanted to comment on. The leonard. Myers meyers leonard right. That's the guy's name meyers to leonard myers. Sounds more correct. Yes it is meyers leonard. And i don't wanna sound you know racists or stereotypical but those are kind of stereotypical jewish names speaking of which My question is do you think that this is something to do with the fact that it's miami. Do you think that has any any effect at all on this on this conversation because you know it's more traditional. It's against stereotypical jewish more jewish community on their miami. What do you think now. I think with the commissioner is jewish the commissioner before him was jewish The the media in new york. I mean yeah. There are a lot of retired. New yorkers live in florida. There's no doubt. But i think this would have been the case. No matter where he did it. I believe so vs oklahoma city. You'd think it's the same kind of push back. I think probably the local people in oklahoma city wouldn't have cared as much you're correct but it still would have been a national deal in the nba. Still be that's and all the other stuff. Yeah yeah. I mean. I'm not. I'm not a jewish american and frankly i've mothers arabic right so my grandfather. My great uncle fought in syria against the israelis. Right so i get where maybe somebody you know you know you were talking earlier about cultural but obviously were americans and jewish france. But i remember in ninety four. When schindler's list came out and the teacher castleman in east. Oakland was probably at that. Time was definitely an all african american school. But now it's more mixed. They took him to the grand lake theater in downtown. Oakland to see the dacian. There's list and this is ninety four. So there's still a lot of jewish americans who had either directly affected by the holocaust or after and a lot of the young people that saw the film. They didn't have it store context. I understand i remember. It didn't have historical context of you know. Be living to the holocaust of what that meant and so people were you know. It's young kids. Watch movies people shooting there. Make a lot of noises in my damn and this net and it was a huge thing and i remember steven spielberg actually came to the school because it was such a blowback that they actually stopped the film a lot of jewish people that were watching. The film were horrified. These kids had respect and the kids didn't really have it from a cultural plate. So like this you know whether he knew the word or not. I mean it's not you know as a kid growing up the california's not at common word would use but you know whatever But i think you can you instead of blasting the guy like you know banning spanish this is a great time to talk about the holocaust survivors. That connection i do. I do think it's not a political show but the fact it And say what you are former president. He did do a lot in terms of normalizing relations between the countries and israel. Some people don't like it but you know as we move forward as a global society. I think that's important so not necessitate. Spielberg thing from what i remember about that story because it was a big deal. I thought he went to the grand lake and watched it with them and they were quiet as a mouse the whole time. I think that was the second part. But i know he actually went to the school itself them on over there on. Eighty six and macarthur. You know it used to be an actual capsule. My grandfather taught there in the thirties Great school you know. Lie joe morgan's out of their Sports guys but Twenty tony tony kasimov kasimov but he actually went to the school and i remember it was a big deal Bennis again early nineties ninety four and it was a you know. I believe the teacher was a white guy. He had been jewish. I don't know but we took a bunch of the students. To the opening. The schindler's list of grand lake and a lot of jewish americans there and it was a big learning experience. You know we'll talk to that. But it's sort of like any pulp fiction a completely different kind of movie. But i remember when john travolta waving the gun around and shot marvin in the back of the car. The audience i watched it with everyone started laughing hysterically and i was thinking. I don't think this is supposed to be funny. But that's the reaction. That's the kind of the reaction. Yeah people getting shot and Yeah i mean and plus the fact regardless race and ethnic heritage teenagers when you let them outside of the classroom They're gonna be completely knucklehead goof-balls to which doesn't yeah yeah. We have a theater mall four star cinema. And i remember seeing a rat run into and i felt a toy with richard pryor and it was always at the time it was a big hayes in the back of the thing smelled like marijuana smell like skunk or something so yeah they'll see in movies and some you know some of the old movie theaters. We're awesome two dollar night at hilltop. And i'm telling you the clientele is when i was sixteen. I thought wow. I get to see a double feature for a dollar and it was like quest for fire and You know just some stupid that. Yeah so yeah. Clash of the titans. Whatever and At i remember one time the film the frame stopped. And all of a sudden you saw this like heat bubble and it burned and ripped because you know the boulder so hot that if the film is constantly moving at burns right through the celluloid and then there are people who are actually asking further dollar back. That is phenomenal guy you leave. I saw white. Men can't jump at the century which is crossed mukasey of a big fight and then they basically gave. He's money back at to stop the movie. So would that story times. thanks for the. Thanks for the call. Chris Chris of enough to get them syrian army stories. That's pretty interesting as well One eight hundred eight seven eight play To get in and get hurt and listen like we said like chris was saying i mean. It's it's not. we're not in a time right now where you can save something and plead ignorance on it. You just can't and And i've i've pointed this out many times. I felt sorry for grant napier when he was asked about black lives matter and he said well. I think all lives matter. You're fired what did i do. He didn't realize that saying that disparage the black lives matter movement. And you think. How could that possibly disparage it. Well if you save blue lives matter. It says that if it's firemen deserve red lives matter. I don't know But as i said everybody is always so focused on labels. And what are you. What are you know i'm this i'm that you are people will tell you what you are. You are a cyst gender. Whatever like i am. I didn't even know what i am. And there's just there's zero tolerance you know For me Something like that. That happened on his own time. Like i hope. I'm never dumb enough to do something like that but i would never give a blanket apology to strangers. If i offended someone and i do we do it all the time. If i offend someone i would apologize that person. Some sorry i offended you that if it was a private conversation now he was doing this openly on twitch so that's where he messed up but if it's a private conversation like if it's a private text message ember guys getting in trouble for their text messages.
BiggerPockets Money Podcast
"grand lake" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast
"We super jazzed about the idea of becoming debt. Free and that kind of was stemmed back. When started in like the dave ramsey school of thought within the more that we thought about it will. We also have a really aggressive timeline. We have every ambition of being financially free within our early to mid thirties and wanted across the debt-free finish line with summit assets in our back pocket so that way we had some network liquidity and cash flow. Vers is like. I've also spoken with of people who are older more experienced and they were so focused on paying off that debt and when i asked them and they say i probably could've took a little bit more time to pay that off especially during the bull market. I could have bought a real estate expert about more inexpensive. I'm glad i'm debt free. But i wish i had taken more of a balanced approach. I think that's great. And i think that you know one of the things about house hacking. Is you put down a low down payment. Would you put down your house heck percent down but what was that like ten ten twenty grand lake all in closing cost included. We were around that sixteen thousand mark. Okay great so you're putting let's say let's say it's a fifteen thousand dollar down payment and that you know that's five percents. You're looking at three hundred thousand dollars property in that case you if that property appreciates by three percent that's going from three hundred thousand to three hundred and nine thousand that's nine thousand divided by fifteen thousand sixty percent. Roi on your money right because you're using extreme leverage. That's what house hacking is or. Why house sackings attractive. Because it would've taken you. God knows how long to save up. Sixty thousand dollars in cash to put down. Twenty percent writes the house hack by definition for most people is going to be extraordinarily highly leveraged investments. And with that if you can get average appreciation alone pay down. You're gonna get a ridiculous our ally now that can work on the downside to but every homeowner who is doing at who's buying a home with a low down payment loan is taking that same risk and argue a much bigger risk because they don't have any tenants offset the rent so for me. The roi of a house is sixty percent if you get three three percent appreciation plus the low inflation that you're getting plus whatever the difference in cash outlay that you're getting from What you're paying in rent to what you're now paying net on your mortgage utilities kinda stuff after an and so the roi can easily be to one hundred one hundred and fifty two hundred two hundred and fifty percent in the first year or two and so that is just a job gigantic return. And there's no way your interest rate on your student. Loan debt is coming close to that now. Obviously that's discount that you can have a down year but on average the average year at three percent appreciation which is lower than the average. You're gonna see that absurdity of a return only accessible in that first time to the house hacker and by the way you can't just repeat the you can repeat this a few times but once you get past five six hundred get going on this five six hundred dollars net worth okay. Getting getting a two hundred set return on ten grand does not that interesting anymore. It's extremely interesting on your first ten grand and accused catalyst to wealth series. Mike my rance over. But that's why. I think the the math and the the the qualitative and quantitative evidence to me indicates that it's a really good move for someone in that because otherwise you're spending the next six years paying off your debt and then another year or two coming up at the down payment on a house on a property. I think it's a risk..
KOA 850 AM
"grand lake" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"California lags far behind most of the U. S. In vaccinations. They've now turned iconic Dodger Stadium into a mass vaccination site if he sees a rain Shah, former record producer Phil Specter, convicted of murder, died in a California prison of covert related complications this weekend. It was 81 You're listening to ABC News KO, a news radio time. 12 02. Denver's annual culling of Canada geese is set to begin soon, and animal rights groups are responding with billboards calling attention to it. Carol Woodall with Canada Geese protection. Colorado says the group understands concerns about too many geese in the area. He recognized that people have a lot of different feelings around this issue and concern in terms of wanting to have manicured parks and being able to use the park's 2021 is the last of the three year plan to call geese that city officials say make some Denver Parks and lakes unsanitary granted Larimer County's air getting help from Washington as they work to recover from a summer of terrible wildfires. Grand Lake Fire chief Seth Saint Germain says the East troublesome fire was epic. The best way that I could put this as far as an analogy goes is Five years worth of fire. In one night. Saint Germain says the drain on resource is was unprecedented. Those lines nozzles use a lot of what we call class a foam. The disaster declaration allows for tens of millions of dollars to flow two grand and Larimer County's work will include debris, cleanup and repairs to the water systems. Money for private property damage has not yet been allocated. Inglewood Police are investigating after a device resembling a pipe bomb was found in the football field in Inglewood Alternative high school. It happened yesterday afternoon. Officers secure the area and called the Arapaho County Bomb squad which took possession of the device. The area was cleared and police are now trying to figure out who left the device in the field. And a nice Sunday afternoon with the possible shot of snow in the high country for the Northern Mountains. That's where we can see some that snowfall arriving late tonight overnight. Then into Monday, Fox 30 one's Carly Cassidy. Next updated, 12 30, David Ko, Ko Way news Radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM from the vet Fred Sports Traffic Center. We still have that three vehicle crash. Southdown Parker Road under Eye to 25. A couple lanes are blocked and one of those vehicles was stolen Vehicle. We have a victim.
KOA 850 AM
"grand lake" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"I don't figure Thomas reports on a plot to murder the two highest ranking lawmakers in the building's sources of pointing to a man Dominic Pa's Ola, who was accused of smashing a window to get into the capital. A witness has come forward, claiming to have had a conversation with Pa's Ulla and other members of the group that stormed the capital. The witness says they discuss how puzzling and others allegedly went to the capital and would have killed Speaker Pelosi and vice President Pence if they had been given a chance. Meanwhile, three days ahead of the inauguration of a new president Washington D. C on high alert. Shops have been boarded up along Connecticut Avenue in downtown Washington, D C in a huge rectangle surrounding the White House down to the Lincoln Memorial, stretching all the way East past the Capitol streets are being blocked off by the National Guard. Biden's inauguration is taking place under unprecedented security. Given what happened at the Capitol on January 6th, some 25,000 National Guard troops are here to keep order. Marco Malard. ABC NEWS Washington The Corona virus pandemic showing no signs of retreating US nearing yet another major milestone as deaths is closer to 400,000. Across the country, hospitals are being pushed to the brink. In Georgia. One medical centers, ICU is at 200% capacity we're having to treat patients in the hallways and also in the ambulances. ICU capacity in some national hospitals down to 11% and here in California more than 500 people are dying. Daily states desperate to vaccinate as that highly contagious UK variant spreads across the country, ABC Serene Shaw, a plane carrying poisoned Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has Landed in Moscow, where he faces threat of arrest of the flight landed a different airport that had been scheduled for purported technical reasons. You're listening to ABC News, okay away news radio time 11 02 grand in Larimer County's air set to get some monetary relief from Washington. They begin a years long recovery from wildfires. Grand Lake Fire chief.
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"grand lake" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"From ABC News. I'm Brian Clark. Security's getting tighter and all 50 state capitals and in Washington, D C three days before President elect Joe Biden takes the oath of office. In Washington. General Daniel are Haakenson is the National Guard Bureau chief will be in a really good position where we get all 25,000 here on the lead Federal agency. They've got a great plan for the inauguration, and we're looking for You know, a safe and peaceful event. Security is tight after the January 6th violence of the U. S. Capitol. Law enforcement continues to investigate the events of that day, and ABC chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas says sources of pointing to a man Dominic Pa's Ola, who was accused of smashing a window to get into the capital, a witness has come forward, claiming to have had a conversation with Pa's Ulla and other members of the group that stormed the capital. The witness says they discuss how puzzling and others allegedly went to the capital and would have killed Speaker Pelosi. Vice president pissed if they had been given a chance, they bided administration will begin with the U. S approaching 400,000 deaths from covert 19. And there's criticism of the vaccination process, says ABC. Serene shock humanitarian leaders like family growing frustrated. Going from Developing countries back to working here. It's like, Oh, this'll feels mill here. Least dresses. Even mega sites will not save us without critical shipments and support on site. We'll have enough supply to be able to provide at least until Wednesday, and then they play a day by day. That's the reality of many mega sites around the country even abroad. The BBC reporting Fizer shortages in both Europe and Canada. Phil Specter is dead. The music producer came to prominence for his production technique dubbed the Wall of Sound. He was serving a 19 years to life prison sentence in California for the shooting death of actress Lana Clarkson. State Department of Corrections said the 80 year old died of natural causes. You're listening to ABC News KO, a news radio time 902 grand in Larimer County's air set to get some monetary relief from Washington. As they begin a years long recovery from wildfires. Grand Lake Fire chief says Saint Germain says the East troublesome fire depleted the county's resource is that wiped out everything that we had as far as we consider reserve with replacement equipment. The disaster declaration allows for work to include debris cleanup and repairs to water systems. Larimer County Emergency Management director Lori Hodges We have hundreds of thousands of people depend upon that water supply. So a lot of the projects we're gonna go directly into maintaining those watersheds Well, an exact amount of relief money has not been reported. It's expected to be in the tens of millions of dollars. Firefighters are working a grass fire in Benton County in southeastern Colorado. It's dry there and gusty winds of whipped the fire 23 or 4000 acres. Food Bank of the Rockies had a busy 2020 handing out 43% more food than it did the year before. Food Bank officials say more than 30% of people served, reported never needing food assistance before Denver's annual culling of Canada geese is set to begin soon an animal rights groups or responding with billboards calling attention to it. Carol would all with Canada Geese Protection. Colorado says the group understands concerns about too many geese in the area. He recognized that people have a lot of different feelings around this issue and concern in terms of wanting to have manicured parks and being able to use the park's 2021 is the last of a three year plan to call geese that city officials say make some Denver parks and lakes on sanitary. Nice Sunday ahead. Denver area temperatures around 50 degrees splash of snow possible in the high country, and that is well in Denver tomorrow. Next update at 9 30, David Ko, Ko Way News Radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM Sunday morning or pretty easy drive around the metro area from the vet Fred Sports Traffic Center. 25. I 70 all the highways or accident free speeds there up to the post and limits. We do have some pretty heavy traffic speeds down around 10 to 20 Miles an hour westbound. I 70 from Floyd, who hill through Idaho Springs right now. Box. 31 pinpoint whether partly sunny skies today But it's going to be windy. Look for a high temperature on Lee near 50 degrees this afternoon and overnight low expected that around 27, currently in the mile high city..
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"Your smart. And i think she liked me. She's like one of those girls whose like being all time but it's like beautiful. Yeah but she's not actually mean she's just doesn't think you're funny and you're not you're not funny so but you know that you are but you just have to strike at that one one moment and if you can get that one smile now she actually pays attention to shoot my filter. I tell her a joke. And if she sorta like smirks roles are is on like all the guys are going to think. This is funny and the guys. Don't think it's funny. And i'm like oh wait. It isn't right my friends. My friends are my best filter. This great yeah so boston was a like you grow up in a certain place. You're born and raised in a certain place in the rob else. My second trip back to boston s wasn't new to boston. I wrote the sleepy face stuff there. But i wrote that in a way better mindset and i was like oh boston so cool so my second. Experience of boston was not as pleasant until i started working. I did the shipment at urban outfitters basement and listen to music. I get there like five. Am and just sensor close mindlessly and then the the university kids would come downstairs and like. Hey what's up beijing. How's it going like. Oh my god. I had this problem and it was really terrible and i would just listen to be like in my mind. I'd say kid you'll no problem exact same time. They actually did have problems matter. Their resolution was the same as mine and it helped me realize that. Everything's gonna be alright. My girlfriend who's no wife and we got an apartment together. She was moving in the company. I eventually quit urban outfitters. So that she could okay. I started working at arcade still writing music but it wasn't liking And then i was like. I can't work this bar. I'm not gonna start a band era like that's available in. Boston is a student so fulltime right and they're younger. The one thousand nine hundred twenty and they don't wanna play with a thirty five year old and the experiences aren't really the same at that point to like what you were talking about. Where okay kid. You don't have actual problems. Well their little problems are their whole world respectively it yet. The the emotions are still there. It is going to be way way more difficult for you to look at this. I'm a grown ass man. I don't need this kid talking to me about anything. Read just being insufferable right in. That connection piece. Isn't there so like what you're saying. As far as. I don't think that i can write us. I don't think i can create here because there's no connection for me here like i talked to my brother and he was like i'm busy but you know semi stuff i can help you but so i just wrote by myself in an eventually. I had a conversation nicole. And i think i'm to like think about joining the military issues. Just like yeah okay. whatever just like i saw. I went to the recruiter. The boston commons which is like the the center on central park and i met with a woman there then she was like yeah. I can help you out because a few months prior you. The cutoff age was thirty. Four right but then. They changed to thirty nine so as a thirty five year old. I was going to see if they would take me. And they're were like yeah. We can't and they put me through the gauntlet like maybe do some push ups and running in there like you. Sure you're actually thirty five. And i was just like. Why am i running fast. You're kind running fast Pushups like oh okay. I wanted to be a meteorologist but ended up becoming a mechanic and i've never touched a vehicle. My entire life prior to joining albion. His and my coworkers will tell you the same as i'm not supposed to be a but i can do. I can do some stuff. I can fix some vehicles to a certain extent. But it's just it's something you have to be doing when you're a kid by everyone else. I work with actually wanted to be a mechanic in the military when like ten where i probably should join air force band. The reality yeah. That's not what sees music. That wouldn't be fun for me right. That wouldn't be a love from me. They sent me to lackland which is where the air force base training is there for two months in man being in a bunker with fifty nine other eighteen and the oldest guy was twenty four he was mature he was the mature one. And then there was me who's thirty five. It was amazing. Because you know those kids are just. They're hyped. Yeah and a lot of them. Want to be there and me. It was like well. I do want to be like no. I don't want to serve my country. I just want to better myself and know that. I can do something like that. Yeah i'm not a big advocate for guns if you own a gun that's cool. I've just not a big advocate for death in war. And i know that sounds weird being in the air force. But there's other things that the military can do and should do more. But that's not. I'll stay away from that political side. So i think vehicles i work on hydraulic systems. And we load up planes with cargo that supplies water to foreign countries and food and two other soldiers aided size of the military the logistics side of logistics. Get it to where you can actually make a bigger impact or a better good possibly. Yeah heading on the mission that's assigned to you because exactly my are you recruiter. Houston yeah like a vehicle might not be a plane. Might not be a load up. Like much is pretty important. You know what i'm doing but what's important here is that i started working with other people who are younger than me. Who are my supervisors today. They're like twenty seven and they've been in the air force ten years already and they just look at me and then i tell them some of the stories i shared with you today and they're just like what am i doing with my life and i have to. I have to let them know that. I admire their right like commit been in their dedication to like not quitting that that navy navy exchange maybe exchange. Job like you've learnt to ten years in the military then you're going to have a thirty thirty look real good. Yeah exactly it. Yeah because i. I always think about that and i always 'cause i'm in town where our biggest employer is the navy because we have a research navy base. Yes you do so with that like we see all the young ones come up but we also see the flip side of that where they're forty five and now they're working for a contractor and double dipping the retirement and the contractor and. I'm just looking at him be lake. Gimme a grand lake. You didn't break me off just a little piece. Cancer like it's fine. You'll make that tomorrow just like it's it's very true that some of those guys will retire really well and they'll bill contract and stuff but some of them aren't in another job so well and just it's so impressive to see some guys again no mechanics before it came either and like wow like your job and you're you're not even thirty yet and again i don't like turning a ranch and it's like wow what are you gonna do any get out there like i dunno. I think my start started band. Jo- joking with me after basic support by nema which is near malibu. Okay my tech. School was at a navy base. We were mixed with maybe and air force. What was really cool is that i'm back in california but now i'm military and that's when i went to that festival right they would let us go out on the weekends but not too far. We had like a certain non miles will travel by got the l. a. again but now as just a tourist right and it was beautiful bike around when you're coming through basic training text cooling. You're told you're not allowed to do this now. i do that. it's like i'm thirty five years old. I a whole lot about you. Start to really appreciate that saturday morning. Bike ride an hour away from the base and just like looking at all civilians. Say that.