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Million-dollar homes: There are now 8 cities in Washington DC area where median home price is $1M

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 2 d ago

Million-dollar homes: There are now 8 cities in Washington DC area where median home price is $1M

"Incorporated cities in the U. S metro areas with typical home value of at least a million dollars, and that's 45 more than a year ago. The Washington Metro, there are now eight incorporated cities with a median home value of Maura than $1 million, up from four a year ago. Chevy Chase. Maryland tops Zillow's local list with the median price of $1.3 million Other million dollar cities include Great Falls, Chevy Chase

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Oglala Sioux community leaders take COVID-19 vaccine to build trust

Native America Calling

03:56 min | 2 weeks ago

Oglala Sioux community leaders take COVID-19 vaccine to build trust

"This is national native news. I'm antonio gonzalez. The oglala sioux tribe in south dakota has started cove in nineteen vaccines for healthcare workers with both pfizer and moderna. As lee strube injure reports tribal leaders are carefully. Managing the number of vaccine doses. They receive alicia. Musso is vice president of the tribe. She says they're asking frontline workers what they want to do that. We are polling to make sure people wanna take it or not to say you have these infrastructures asking if they want to musso says tracking vaccines for healthcare. Workers helps the tribe advocate for the exact number of doses. They need during this first phase. Musso says they're also working to boost confidence in the medina and pfizer vaccines. They're asking other respected members of the community to set an example. By taking the vaccine. We do have different influences in our community leaders in that way and those of us who even though we have these political positions who may have less risk factors and want to you know in our own way Culturally allow people to take that who are higher risk. The tribes medical task force will continue to roll out. Its covid vaccine. Plan unleashed droop injure in rapid city. A long running water right settlement between the navajo nation. The state of utah and the federal government has become law as ryan hinds reports as part of the sweeping covid nineteen government spending bill signed by the president. The navajo utah. Water rights settlement act among several bills included in the two point three trillion dollar package it ends decades of negotiations between tribal federal and state officials and affirms tribes right to more than twenty six and a half billion gallons of water a year from. Utah's colorado river basin apportionment. The legislation also settles all current and future water claims made by the navajo nation in utah and allocates two hundred and twenty million dollars to water infrastructure on the portion of the reservation located in the state navajo nation president. Jonathan nez calls the settlement historic in says it'll increase access to drinking water for many navajo families. The president's office says more than forty percent of navajo nation households in utah lack running water or adequate sanitation according to the navajo water project. One in three residents on the reservation lack a sink or toilet in their homes. The settlement act was approved by the navajo nation council in two thousand sixteen and introduced in congress by a bipartisan group of lawmakers from arizona utah and new mexico last year for national native news. I'm ryan hinds in flagstaff. The little shell tribe of chippewa indians in montana was federally recognized. One year ago the tribes working on opening its own health clinic next year as yellowstone public. Radio's caitlyn nicholas. Reports tribal health director molly. Wetland says the tribal launch a healthcare system to provide medical dental behavioral traditional care to tribal members at their own clinic in great falls. We've been a landless. Try reservation let's tribe and so to have something of our own and to be able to provide. Our members carry is really important to the little shell tribal health. Clinic will likely open late. Summer of twenty twenty one but wetland says work tribes first healthcare facility is well underway. He just completed demolition of the building that we purchase. And we're in the design phase. And we're getting ready to start with remodel. Wetland says the team will offer a holistic approach to healthcare as an example. She says she is working closely with little shells. Housing director heath lefranc boys to ensure patients aren't struggling with homelessness as healthcare and housing are closely connected to our primary care team all focused on sort of understanding each of our customers and their own unique story and values and influences an effort to kind of engage them in their care and support long-term behavior change and help our tribal members be successful. I'm caitlyn nicholas and damien antonio

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Cheerful Trump hits the trail, Biden tries debate cleanup

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Cheerful Trump hits the trail, Biden tries debate cleanup

"President trump is back on the campaign trail hoping a solid debate performance gives him momentum as he trails in the polls it was a cheery president who told reporters in the oval office last night went well great reviews Great Falls Great everything while he's been on the defensive over the virus pandemic the roles are flipped today after Biden said last night he backs a transition away from oil in the U. S. a statement that could hurt him with voters in swing states like Pennsylvania and Texas who rely on fracking in particular to make a living the trump camp it jumped on it by the running mate comelec Harris said he's talking about banning taxpayer subsidies to fossil fuel companies they're about this is not going to ban fracking Sager made Donnie Washington

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"great falls" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:38 min | 4 months ago

"great falls" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Is to try to get in and out of Great Falls Park and Scott's run Nature preserve, looking at about a five minute delay. In both directions. I'm Bobby Laurie. Now from drugs to repair down comfortably for months. Seven. We have mostly sunny, beautiful labor day out there, but it is warmer, high 88. You'll feel that humidity tonight Partly cloudy down to 64 Tomorrow backto work more sunshine, Little bit cooler High 81, Then for tomorrow night for Wednesday, a little bit of rain moving in. It's 77 in Herndon, 77 in Kensington seventies fixed at Reagan National. Barbara Britt on 5.9 FM. Washington Small W M A L. Rush Limbaugh. You're listening to the best of Rush Limbaugh. You guys That was the biggest Doug of a storm. I have ever. I'm not. I'm not kidding here, and I'm not even going to go into the political nature. What I think happened here. It was the biggest Doug of a storm I have ever seen. I know it's not a dozen now. Do not I understand, but they had all of us here in South Florida thinking like they always do that We were on leave when the verge of.

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Jay Beever, Embraer, and Designing Luxury

Cars That Matter

04:39 min | 4 months ago

Jay Beever, Embraer, and Designing Luxury

"Jay. You're an interesting guy because your proof that talent and innovation can cross pollinate different professional fields. But let's start at the beginning talk about cars. Where'd you start such a fun story? I. Think there is something that can benefit a lot of people because sometimes we have a mentality that we can't do something if we're not trained or degreed in a certain skill set in that regard I always had a dream of being a car designer automotive designer it started because of my own Ed Richter and his wife k they own studebaker. Rare student bakers like the Rock, any Newt Rodney the famous Nordic football coach and that particular studebaker in thirty two and thirty three head a version with a rumble seat. The back of the seat would open up and you can sit back there. Well, he owns one original condition. They still drive it to this day and I remember as a child going to their home and peaking in the garage and not only was the rock. Ni there. But hiding around the corner three cars wide a commander in another student bigger from thirty three in disheveled but yet al capone gangster looking. Need to be restored in the Shadows Bee's, and it was inspiring and he has since restored that commanders well, beautiful cars that led to a journey of understanding Raymond lowy and his influence with the star liner and and everything else that he did outside of automotive everything from the coke bottle two steamships, the example of cross industry designed capability, and how they can learn from each other. So those automobiles and being so enthralled with the shapes and forms and the mysterious nature of them. Of course, because they are stuck in a garage was always a thrill being in the big three capital. Detroit suburbs knowing some ankles at work for the car companies and my mother worked for crain communications and she was a key line artists which was related graphic design page layout for making magazines back before digital publishing back when we had use razor blades and wax I've got some razor blades stories she would come home that's the articles in the early days of graphic storytelling, pie charts, and that stuff before the Mac really did it well, for us I got to watch all that and it was all related automotive interesting thing was like billing model airplanes World War Two model airplanes. Give me a B seventeen, b twenty, nine, b twenty, four I would recommend them get another kit and build it again, sometimes melt holes in the side of the single to a bottom of. So aerospace was like the carnal thing inside waiting to come out, but it was going to be cars. So I did I ended up in the car business I used to take my mom's take from those key lining page layout days with exacto blades in Pinstripe, my nine hundred and fifty seven Chevy matchbox car, and that was six years old playing with exacto blades if you can imagine that. Better than matches I guess. But maybe not much. Those, always stayed with me. So from graphics, you can make something look different to designing a car. All of this is really about transportation design being thrilled with things that move. So that was kind of the start of it, but I couldn't afford Zion College I would have loved to have gone to CCS, I spent a couple of summer classes in graphic in other types of designs like pottery, Constanza, pottery as. A kid but it's learning POW powdery Auto Detroit on the why am I being exposed to this? But then there's incredible community college in mccomb county they're outside Detroit and they had a great drafting program. My opportunity to get into the big three was through drafting go. This is great. Fell in love with in high school, and now I can have a career doing this. So went into drafting CAD design hired. At Ford, Motor Company in Nineteen ninety-three as an intern doing cad purity aided design drafting and three D. modelling, and that's when that stuff was really just coming on board it used to be guys had to draw. So you were at the forefront of that new technology in many ways going back to the drawing real quick I think the thing that helps the most even to this day is understanding what A. French curve can do and a large spine. One of my projects at the college was to create an body car, GM car body side, and three different views, projecting the points in three different orthographic views and make the arc continuously perfectly smooth accelerated curves were necessary in all of us so that you could inevitably put that on aluminum plates that was a hard way to go but it was fun. So then. We get into Ford and they had their own homegrown computer system called the PG S and that was done on these lundy tubes that were tube TV's really with light pens and we stroke the light pens on the screen and rotate things around, and there's a little keyboard tracking our time talk about ours disappear quickly when you're building things I couldn't have thought I could of ended in a better career exam. Making something from nothing into three D. and having it show up on the road someday. So I really liked that approach to design design engineering though I hadn't had the opportunity to actual industrial designer transportation design school like you'd find in Pasadena Arts Center or

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Trump Angrily Denies Report He Called Fallen Soldiers ‘Losers’ and ‘Suckers’

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Trump Angrily Denies Report He Called Fallen Soldiers ‘Losers’ and ‘Suckers’

"Donald Trump is now tweeting his defense against. The reporting in the Atlantic that Donald Trump refused to go to a military cemetery in France because he was afraid the rain would hurt his hair and the donald trump called the soldiers buried in that cemetery losers and he called other soldiers wounded and Dismembered in battle losers. Donald Trump has said I I never called are great fallen soldiers anything other than heroes. This is more made up fake news given by disgusting and Jealous Failures and disgraceful attempt to influence the twenty twenty election. That's Donald Trump tweeting tonight, he will be tweeting about this. Because the White House Donald Trump the trump campaign. No. This is very, very serious stuff. This is the kind of stuff that can derail his presidential campaign that is already in trouble

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"great falls" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

03:23 min | 5 months ago

"great falls" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"You know especially where it's like he's deploying the first shoot doesn't work. Okay. Deploying the second shoot. Does not work and and then he kind of makes a rushed logical peace with data that point where he's like, okay. I've done everything I can do nothing else. I can do I'm probably going to die and essentially goes limp and falls in impacts in small blackberry Bush? Like not a huge Bush. The fairly small and by his description ends up his left foot like really badly. Bud He survived He didn't hit the ground vertically. But and so so the impact was deflected through his body and in the vice interview, he recommended his recommendations for falling which he said ultimately, he he didn't have any logical. Strategy in mind he just was like, okay I'm hitting the ground. But he said in retrospect he would say don't tense up you know in the and we see the. So in discussion of car crashes, well, like like don't tense your body for the impact if you all have any say. So in this and then also land in a shrubbery tree if you can, which falls in line with some of the advice and analysis we looked at already. Yeah. Well, I'd say top line takeaway today don't jump out of an airplane without a parachute don't fall out of an airplane without a parachute if you can help it if you are in this scenario, see if you can land in like some snow and try not to land on your head. And as for the kids in the hall method I, guess they know the jury's still out but that's probably not going to be your strategy either. All right. So there you have it. The Fun, thing about this episode is I know we have some skydivers out there to have some skydivers you've heard from skydivers before. All right well, now, really their time to shine because I wanNA. We WanNa hear anything of despite your your your thoughts on this particular topic. Certainly, if you know anybody has survival story like this on yourself to share, we'd love to hear that. But just in general like your thoughts on on the feeling a sensation of of of of descending through the air, these these great speeds and with these great great distances what is that like we would love to hear from you what does it feel like to hit Terminal Velocity Fall. Yeah. Where do you fall in on our various descriptions of feeling waited versus feeling weightless. In the meantime checkout stuff to blow your.

"great falls" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

04:04 min | 5 months ago

"great falls" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"And then also with water, you had the risk that even if you survive the impact, you could be injured or knocked unconscious, and then you're at risk of drowning right? Because you're in the water right If you have to hit water, there's also a question of how best to Orient your body I guess. We can look at that along with the next question, which is how to land not where to land. So there's conflicting advice and research indications here they're. They're very few clear takeaways except don't land on your head, right? But to explore the discrepancies we've come across. So Keppel's article introduces the difficulty in knowing the best way to position the body for impact couple looks at in nineteen forty to study in the journal war medicine that seemed to be of the opinion that the best bet is distribution of impact pressure across the body through quote wide-body impact. So that makes it sound like you'd WanNa bellyflop of maybe not bellyflop but somehow distributed across the Body Longitudinal then again, there was a nineteen, sixty, three report by the Federal Aviation Agency that argued that survival is most likely if you get into the classic skydivers landing stance feet together heals up flexed knees and hips. Keppel are used that studies have people jumping from bridges indicate that the best way to survive hitting water is probably what's known as the Pencil servants like feet first knifelike kind of intrigued but obviously, this doesn't always work. And the also points out the tradition of cliff divers, Acapulco who dive headfirst from great heights, and they lock their hands together with arms outstretched over their heads to protect their heads from the impact with the water he also advises, for water, landings quote Clint Sherbert. So unfortunately it seems like a jumble of conflicting advice there and and it doesn't get any better with the other sources where you're looking at Chisholm article, consult some experts here that also are not in agreement The the expert we mentioned earlier re election points out for some reason, some studies have found that human bodies seem to.

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"great falls" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

04:46 min | 5 months ago

"great falls" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"DISRUPT THEIR ACCELERATION Anything that is slowing you down as good even if it's not slowing you down as much as it's supposed to, it's slowing you down some that's increasing your odds. Okay. Next question is a big question where to land. So if you accept that, you can somewhat steer your fall. By the way you Orient your body in the air you might have some amount of power over exactly where you come down. And the bottom line for where you land is that you want to increase your deceleration distance you want to spread out your slow down over a a bigger distance rather than still slowing down and stopping all at once. So have you like in a cartoon if you could aim for the mattress factory exactly Yeah would-be where you would want to win. Why. Landing in a net helps or something you know the net like the tension of it absorbs some of the energy of your fall ended slows down your deceleration. You decelerate over a longer distance as the net stretches when it catches you. So if you could actually aim for an enormous circus tent. That would be ideal not naming the and if there happened to be a net in inside the circus tent for the Trapeze artist. That would help as well. Right now, normally, there's not going to be a net out anywhere that you would be falling but some there are some things that might be kind of equivalent probably not as good as the nat falling into trees or bushes seems to have both positives and negatives but the I think the positives might outweigh the negatives by hitting plant matter. You, increase your deceleration distance and you slow your fall more gradually because you probably are going to get very injured if you fall into plant matter. But by like hitting branches at different levels, instead of stopping at the ground all at once you slow your fall. You kinda put your your your injury on the installment plan. Yeah But then also you I mean there downsides you run the risk of being stabbed by branches as you fall into trees. But there are people who've survived really long falls by falling into thick plant matter into bushes or into tree limbs. Snow seems to be a very good choice there multiple accounts of people survive in great falls after landing and Snow I would imagine that unpacked snow is best. Again, you want you know a softer thing to crash into too slow to increase your deceleration distance haystacks. Are apparently good, and then hitting the roof of some types of human structure can be better than hitting solid ground. Specifically if you think that the roof might you might break through the roof like Alan McGee crashing through the glass skylight at the train station because this breakthrough point is going to slow your fall without completely stopping you all at once. Yeah or like a thatched roof would be ideal as well. You know to bring up a pro wrestling example here anyone who's watched the pro wrestling is probably seen somebody fall off with something through a table. Through some say like a folding table, it makes a of. An impressive noise, it looks impressive to watch this falling body You know destroy table sometimes two or three tables on the way down. But of course, ultimately that is. The fall of the wrestler right in hurt the more to just go straight to the ground. Yeah. The accounts I've heard of from pro wrestlers of them taking bumps where they say jump off the top rope and land just on their back at the ringside like. Has Been like those have been the scarier bumps they've described where they talk about their like feeling their organs like jostle around inside their body. That is not a feeling I wanNA..

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"great falls" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

03:09 min | 5 months ago

"great falls" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"So if at all possible be erected writer right Chisholm points out that it's not like you have any control over this but it helps free. To be smaller because a person's falling speed is determined by this negotiation between gravity and air resistance gravity of course, accelerates your fall but irresistible slows you down and puts a limit on how much gravity can accelerate you. So as a human increases in size, this is going to affect the the falling body equation two different ways it will increase your. Weight which helps gravity overcome air resistance makes your terminal velocity faster pulls you faster, but it will also increase your surface area. So as you increase your surface area, you increase your drag and function more like a parachute. So you just have to look into the math of which of these factors wins out as like a normal like mammal becomes bigger and. It turns out the gravity wins out even though you increase your surface area, the extra weight makes a bigger difference. So like if you drop an aunt off your roof, it's probably going to be fine when it hits the ground, you drop a horse off your roof not so much Oh. Yeah. I mean insects and other invertebrates are are notoriously Great, followers can fall from great heights since then suffer no damage. Yeah there's a quote from J B S Haldane, writing in nineteen twenty eight who wrote a you can drop a mouse down a thousand yard mineshaft and on arriving at the bottom, it gets a slight shock and walks away a rat is killed. A man is broken a horse splashes. Keppel's article notes also along similar lines that it may help to be a child for some reason, many of the survivors of airplane related freefall or children, and this is obviously anecdotal but the trend probably indicates something. He writes quote the Federal Aviation Agency study notes that kids especially their those under the age of four have more flexible skeletons more relaxed. Muscle tone us in a higher proportion of subcutaneous fat, which helps protect internal organs with this this. Matches up with research I've done in the past on just sort of the durability of children. Yeah. especially as parents, we often think of young children as being just you know highly vulnerable and in certain respects they are but they are also. They have evolved to be durable at that stage as well. Yeah, and to you know to survive falls and stumbles and the. And the various kind of hazards that they are inevitably going to encounter that age Also, this feature falling might be obvious but if you can somehow slow yourself down with some kind of parachute like object that's good. Yeah. That's something that comes up in some of the accounts I was looking at because a lot of the accounts do in involve. Skydivers, people who of course, putting themselves in a position like this on a regular basis, you know actually falling through the sky and most of the time they. They're shoots are gonNA work just like they they hoped they would. But when you encounter a technical problem with the shoot, the sometimes the shoot, even those shoes failing is still sort of like half deploying or it's doing something to spin them around and potentially..

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"great falls" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

03:56 min | 5 months ago

"great falls" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Back. So obviously, any fall from a great height is going to be really dangerous and it would probably kill anybody. So the these high altitude survival stories are very unlikely and you should not get it in your head that you can like jump out of near plane and survive. But there are some factors that appear to increase a person's odds of surviving a great fall out of the. Sky At least based on the anecdotes we have. So let's talk about them I wanted to refer to a couple of pretty good articles I found on this subject sort of collecting the opinions of experts over the years on long free falls one was a two thousand, ten article in popular mechanics by Dan. Koeppel one was a more recent article and NPR by Paul Chisholm and. The Paul Chisholm article and NPR spoke to an associate professor of physics at Southeastern Louisiana State University named along who pointed out that obviously human survival of long free falls is not something you can run real life experiments on right he can't push people out of airplanes, test it out so we can only reason. Based on sort of hypothetical scenarios and by analyzing the anecdotes of people who actually survive accidental falls. So we're SORTA. Kinda like digging up fossils we're stuck with whatever data happened to have already you know been available to us. Yeah, and it's also A. Very much like the modern problem it's presented itself. You know. We've barely had airplanes and You know to to a certain extent. We've barely had had the the sort of massive structures or even access to some of the massive features to to engage in these types of falls to begin with. Sure. All right. So first question, how to fall Keppel points out the ear actually probably better off falling out of a plane then falling out of a tall building from a height of more than five hundred feet because you're going to reach similarly high speeds either way. But if you follow out of a building, you don't really have any time. Right you're GONNA hit the ground pretty much before you know it. Whereas if you fall out of the sky a few thousand meters up, you may actually have more time to plan your send the I like the figures I was I was looking at were that if you were to jump out of a plane at ten thousand feet, you basically have one minute. Not Counting, you know any types of shoots who would deploy etcetera, but you basically have a minute of. Dissent. Now. There are some downsides there too though jumping out of a plane If you're higher up in the atmosphere, it's very possible that you could pass out due to. Hypoxia. Thinner atmosphere your lack of access to oxygen means that you blackout and then maybe you know you are not able to actually plan your dissented at all because you because you're unconscious, of course. I don't know if there's anything you can do about that other than if you always want to have an oxygen mask with you that that doesn't seem very practice. The Massachusetts based amateur historian Jim Hamilton has collected reports of freefall survivors and noticed a few trends survival rates in the different ways that people fall. So passengers from airplanes he finds are more likely to survive. If they arrived at the ground among other wreckage, he calls these people wreckage riders. That's the they're more likely to survive that. Then if they fall free of the plane, hit the ground independently, he's found almost three times as many cases of people surviving airplane altitude as as a wreckage writer than. He has of people surviving. Solo Fall, like Alan Mega did or McGee did and it seems that like airplane seats in parts of the airplane fuselage and so forth can sometimes have a protective cushioning effect the point of impact. So like so you hit the ground and sometimes these things can absorb some of the energy or slow your deceleration. All right..

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"great falls" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

05:12 min | 5 months ago

"great falls" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Assume angels appeared and took your unconscious body down to the earth while a lot of people do kind of go to those miraculous explanations but it turns out that there are some pretty consistent not totally consistent. But there are some common physical characteristics of the types of falls that people survived from It has to do with how you fall how you land where you land, and so that's what we wanted to explore. For the rest of the day, now, one thing that's funny is that like it seems like falling out of an airplane must be so much worse than just say falling off of a really tall building or something. But in fact, that's not the case if if you are falling long enough to achieve what's called, terminal velocity will explain more about that in a bid it's a speed that's not a not a constant, but it's going to vary depending on who you are, what you're what you way what you're shaped like what you're. Wearing you know how all that stuff as long as you fall far enough to achieve that, and that might just be you know a few hundred meters than you. Then you're basically falling as fast as you're gonNA fall and actually falling from an airplane, isn't any worse and in some crazy ways could actually be better So but anyway we'll. We'll. We'll come back to all that I wanted to talk about a few other known cases from history. So one case of somebody who fell out of an airplane and survived is Christine Mackenzie. She didn't actually fall out of an airplane she jumped she's an experienced South African skydiver who had already jumped more than one hundred times when both her main parachute and her backup parachute failed the same free fall in August two, thousand four. So she fell about eleven thousand feet and survived by instead of hitting the ground directly she I hit some suspended power lines before impact and sort of like the glass ceiling and McGee's fall. Attention of the power lines is thought to have absorbed a lot of the energy of her fall and. Her down in the process so that when she finally hit the ground, she ended up with only a broken pelvis her fall lasted about forty five seconds. So let's let's entertain belief in Guardian Angels again for a second. Can you imagine the sort of scenario where you're falling and then the angel appears and says look I know this looks bad but worry. You're headed towards some high tension wires. Everything's GonNa be. Fine. I just assume I would be I would assume would torn in half you know well I mean I'm I'm sure it depends on how you hit them. another name, this one comes up It's a very famous case. This is one of below Vich, some of the details of the. Case have been disputed I'm not. GonNa get into those speeds I I'm just GonNa talk about the the version that's most often reported. So Vesna Velavich was a Serbian flight attendant. DC nine that was in the air over the Czech. Republic. In Nineteen, seventy, two, win the cabin exploded probably due to a bomb from terrorism attack. She fell more than ten thousand, one hundred meters or more than.

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"great falls" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

05:34 min | 5 months ago

"great falls" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"In some cases they would leave the parachute. Just above them in the main fuselage or if there was room, you might bring it in strapped your chest. That's GonNa come back in just a minute. So I thought about the ball turret a lot not because I know nearly as much about a about older aircraft is you Robert but because specifically because of a poem that I read for the first time many years ago. That it's just a five line home by the American poet Randall Jarrell called the death of the Baltic gunner was written in nineteen, forty five about his World War Two experience and it. It captures this the sort of cramped terror here it goes for my mother's sleep I fell into the state and I hunched in its belly till my wet for froze six miles from. Earth loose from its dream of life I woke to black flak in the nightmare fighters when I died, they washed me out of the Turret with a hose..

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"great falls" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

05:37 min | 5 months ago

"great falls" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Has to afford. Hey. Welcome to stuff to blow your mind. My name is Robert Lamb and I'm Joe McCormick and Robert I. Know You've got love for older aircraft so I wanted to start off talking today about an aircraft I. I think I know you've mentioned it before I think we've got a spot in your heart for it as the B Seventeen Flying Fortress Oh of course. Yeah. So this was a gigantic four engine heavy bomber. Developed by Boeing was used by the United States in World War Two primarily for long range high altitude bombing raids against Germany.

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"great falls" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:11 min | 5 months ago

"great falls" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Hey everybody today's.

Italian Wine Windows Open During Pandemic, Bringing Back Bubonic Plague Tradition

Toby and Chilli

02:31 min | 5 months ago

Italian Wine Windows Open During Pandemic, Bringing Back Bubonic Plague Tradition

"Say that Fast is a prologue. We can learn a lot from the way we used to do things back in the day, even back in medieval times, Toby and chilly in the morning, 97.1 Washington Here's what Here's What we mean. Wine windows were a thing in Italy back in the day in the Tuscan region Now you went to Italy for a wedding a couple of years ago. Do you remember seeing these wine windows on buildings? Yes, we took a tour of the walled city of Sienna, right, And that was one of the things that the Tour guide first pointed out to us as we were walking down. Stan medieval streets because this city is like a city frozen in time within its city walls. I mean, it's exactly the way it was during the time of the bubonic plague, I believe right, and so they have these little cutouts in houses. We're like, what are those, and she's like, Well, that is where you would knock and the residents would serve the wine. That was a thing. Wine was a universal human rights in Italy back in the day when they were trying to get through that playing well. Now these wine windows air, actually making a comeback. A lot of restaurants and bars are using them again because of Corona virus, and it's a great way to Show up with an empty bottle. Have someone's hand pop out of the wine window and Philip your bottle with Savino. They're also doing gelato this way and coffee this way, and the pictures are fantastic. I wish we had some around here. We do need to get some around here. So how can we make this a thing? Say in Potomac or Great falls, or perhaps maybe out in Lorton? How could we make this a thing? Now? What could argue Toby that in medieval times they were the ones who originated the drive thru because it is like a medieval drive thru window except you're walking by. I just love the fact that back in medieval times to get through a plague. Everybody came together and served wine to anyone who needed it. All you had to do was knock. See even back then fermented grape juice helped people get through a pandemic, just like it is right now. And so if there's anybody who's had any feelings of guilt, because maybe they've over, indulged a bit too much while in the middle of a zoom meeting, and maybe they've had friends call you out on your consumption of said wine remind them that generations ago in the Tuscan region of Italy People used wine to get through these unprecedented times. A past is indeed a prologue

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Where are Washington DC’s most expensive home listings

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

Where are Washington DC’s most expensive home listings

"How many homes on the market in the Washington area are seven figure listings. Geoff Clay boss has a lot of them. There are almost 500 active listings of the district alone, priced at a $1,000,000 or more right now in Upper Northwest DC is Ken's neighbourhood. 100% of current listings are priced it more than a $1,000,000. 70% of Georgetown listings are 91% of current listings in Great falls, or more than a $1,000,000.88 percent in cabin John Our home Sales in D C region overall, are down 13% from a year ago, but seven figures sales are down just half

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Washington DC - Swimmer presumed drowned in Potomac, authorities say

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Washington DC - Swimmer presumed drowned in Potomac, authorities say

"A search of the Potomac River has been following the disappearance of a swimmer Montgomery County fire and rescue and U. S. park police were searching the river near the Billy goat trail in sandy landing EMS spokesperson Pete Piringer says it will is presumed to drowning and U. S. park police are investigating the circumstances a young adult I was ever on the Virginia shoreline south of the Great Falls but near the sandy landing area and jumped into the water several of his friends all went in to assist him on fortunately there were unable to do that he went under the water and just never repaired the search is set to resume later

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Serial Killer: Scott Lee Kimball - Part 4

True Crime Garage

07:50 min | 10 months ago

Serial Killer: Scott Lee Kimball - Part 4

"All right captain last episode we were starting to get into some of the physical collected against Scott and forming these cases against him regarding these missing persons. One of the items we have yet to hit on is it involves his phone records. So this reveals to law enforcement that Scott. The last person he spoke to on the evening of February seventeenth two thousand and three was missing person. Jennifer Marcum then. His phone went offline until February twentieth. Scott maintain that he had gone to the mountains for several days and turned his cell phone off. This is the same story that he kinda gave regarding Casey. But detectives noted that Jennifer's phone was also inactive for the same three day period of time after that there were calls made from Jennifer's phone this too Scott into several other people. This is before it went offline permanently now to the investigators it seemed obvious as Scott was using Jennifer's phone for the purpose of misdirecting law enforcement in an attempt to make appear as if she was still alive for some period of time after she went missing but we still have other crimes other murders to discuss. We have evidence in the Lianne. Emory disappearance Liens car was found abandoned with all of her stuff in it in eastern Utah but Leeann was nowhere to be found receipts for credit card charges to her card made in California. Bore a signature. That was not her handwriting. Detectives spoke to the unnamed inmate who knew Scott in prison the one who gave them the information about how Casey had been killed. This inmate told them that Scott said that he killed Lianne while they were hiking and Bryce Canyon and eastern Australia Scott said that he had stripped her nude or had her stripped nude kneel down and shot her in the head execution style. Now captain you know how this P. O. S. Scott operates right. He has an answer for everything. Scott told detectives that he did not kill Lianne. He said that members of a drug gang were the ones they had executed her and he was only a witness but he didn't could go to law enforcement he didn't get involved and even though he's already involved with the FBI he doesn't tell them. I witnessed a murder. He he only has to make up the story when confronted with something that he told somebody else right now. Remember the terrible this this angers and saddens me like you wouldn't believe remember the terrible accident on the ranch. I'm talking about the accident. When Scott's ten year old son Justin when a two hundred pound metal great quote fell on him right? You can see photos of this little boy in the hospital on Dateline and it's it's pretty horrible so in a stroke of bad luck for Scott but truly a blessing. After two weeks in a coma. His son woke up and was able to tell what he remembered. He says his father told him to turn around. And Dig a hole near this great and then all of a sudden the great fell on him then he remembered being in the jeep. Remember Scott is driving the son to the hospital. He remembers being in the jeep and he says on the way to the hospital. My Dad's Scott. He's pushing me by the face pushing me out of the vehicle by the face. Yeah I mean this is when he said it the first time. All here's this horrible accident than Scott's GONNA drive it son to the hospital and on the way. The kid falls out of the car you go. Something's not right here. Yeah it's it. What a coincidence that you would have to near death accidents back back that day. I can understand that. Sometimes this stuff happens in a state of panic. Maybe you're rushing trying to get him to the hospital but not what this guy not with this guy. There are not these. These incidents two failed attempts of murder so the Boulder County prosecutors boulder bitches. Thank you unfortunately. They did not feel that they had enough to actually charge. Scott with with what looks very much like an attempted murder of his son. This is in part because doctors indicated that his head injuries were so severe. They would not consider him to be a reliable witness. That is bullshit though. These might not be reliable memories that he has. Of course. We're no idiots and we can see all this other stuff together that that. That's probably very likely what happened. I know the prosecutors felt the same way and we're very saddened that they could not bring this type of charge against this man. We should also point out and it's no coincidence that at the time of this accident there was a sixty thousand dollar life insurance policy on the little boy was Scott listed as the sole beneficiary. Hear me out. Why don't you just want to roll the dice? I'm listening? Roll the dice right. We have we have to like I said to attempts of murdering this ten year. Old Boy And yes maybe his memory is not maybe he's not going to be Maybe he's not GonNa meet received as super credible but once you stack on the other piece of evidence that we have a motive the motive being a sixty thousand dollar. Pay Out for the death of this child. Roll the dice. Because what you. What do you have to lose? Well a couple things and we talked about this a few weeks ago. You do run the risk of the double jeopardy charge. Where where maybe at some point you actually do believe that you have the proper evidence to charge and convict him and if you try him now and you can't successfully convict them. You can't try again later. What I guarantee you. This is what my gut tells me and I would bet this man's beef farm on it not my own farm because the skies a liar but I bet you what happened. Captain is behind closed doors. They probably did take a chance. Because like you said what do you have to lose? This is what they probably took a chance on. Let's tell Scott that we know exactly. What the hell he was doing and see if it scares him enough that he's willing to plea to it or to a lesser charge right. Because you know you get this man in a room and you go look dude. Your son told us that you are the one that told him to get in that whole and then the great falls on them. Your son told us you were driving him to the hospital when he remembers you pushing him by the face out of the moving vehicle and this almost kills him and we also found a paper trail that you stood to gain sixty thousand dollars. Should that little boy die? You're hoping you can scare him into a plea bargain at that chant and I bet you they took that chance and Scott is just. It wasn't going to to fall for

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3 killed in Montana casino shooting; suspect killed by police

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00:30 sec | 1 year ago

3 killed in Montana casino shooting; suspect killed by police

"A predawn shooting at a Montana casino left three people dead and another person wounded with the suspect later tracked down and killed by police the shooting at the Emerald City casino in the city of Great Falls happen around two AM Tuesday according to a statement from the Great Falls police department police found the bodies of three victims inside the casino when they arrive the suspect was located by police in another part of the city was fatally shot by officers at about five forty five in the morning an elementary school near the spot where police killed the suspect canceled classes and postponed a

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3 killed in Montana casino shooting; suspect killed by police

AP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

3 killed in Montana casino shooting; suspect killed by police

"A predawn shooting at a Montana casino left three people dead and another person wounded with the suspect later tracked down and killed by police the shooting at the Emerald City casino in the city of Great Falls happen around two AM Tuesday according to a statement from the Great Falls police department police found the bodies of three victims inside the casino when they arrive the suspect was located by police in another part of the city was fatally shot by officers at about five forty five in the morning an elementary school near the spot where police killed the suspect canceled classes and postponed a

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Fire Starter: John Leonard Orr

True Crime Brewery

11:46 min | 1 year ago

Fire Starter: John Leonard Orr

"The shocking story of arson investigator John Leonard or began back in Nineteen eighty-four a fire in Pasadena California hardware. The store killed four people including a two year old child arson. Investigators examined the ruins and determined that the fire was caused by an electrical malfunction. All except for John or he was convinced that the cause was arson. Join US at the quiet end today. For the case of a fire captain and arson investigator John or with nearly two thousand suspicious fires over the next seven years a task force was formed to find serial arsonists. The task force called themselves. The pillow pyro task force and their methods of investigation. Were both fascinating and effective diff- so it should be a great talk today and this case was recommended to us by Cindy. Well Cindy's recommended a few cases for us. She's One of our most avid listeners. So we always like to hear from her okay so we have a California beer. I've never picked on. I'm from this brewery before I can't imagine my favorite brewers have haven't chosen anyway. This is from Sierra Nevada brewing company. It celebration fresh fresh hop. I P A Sierra Nevada brewing is in Chico California celebrations in American Ip with a six point eight percent Ab Victor. Nice beer are Jamba colour. Little Bit ahead some pretty lace kind of a spicy aroma. peppery aroma. Some sweet mall little bit of hops. And that's exactly how it tastes. He started out with the CARAMEL. Little Spicy peppery Steph and then hops at the end and it's a nice beer. It's not terribly happy. Not One of those hot bombs that are GONNA kill you. I think you to enjoy it all right. Well let's open it up okay so I was really surprised. This is your first Sierra Nevada. Ah Let's take it down to the quiet end. I don't know how I've missed Sierra Nevada. Anyway I had a ton of Beers from that company so if we have other California cases you'll probably more of them great so until the case this is a just a fascinating case to me. It really yes yes. Yeah so by John. Moore's own description. His childhood growing up in the nineteen fifties was a happy one. He lived in a two bedroom middle-class home home behind his grandparents house. He had two older brothers who moved away when John was a teenager. Went to join the navy and the other start his own family Alan China's sixteen his mother left him and his father alone with no explanation. She just took off one day. She called after few days but John didn't see her again for three years and she had moved back to her hometown of Missouri and she never did reconcile John's father. That's kind of a strange thing to happen when you're a teen share I'm sure it was pretty weird and a little disheartening for him. Definitely one Sunday. She's there the next day she's not and no real explanation. Though in nineteen sixty seven John. Join the airforce. After he completed basic training training he was in jet mechanics training then he transferred to firefighting school. He had wanted to be a firefighter for some time. So he's happy to learn. Learn how to operate the equipment as he put out training fires yet. He married his high school girlfriend. Jodi in nineteen sixty eight and they were shipped off to an air air force base in Spain which was near Commercial Airport and they were there for two years but John was kind of bored. He only got to respond to to air-crashes during that time and he really wanted to be more in on the action. When John was transferred to great falls Montana he fought only one fire then when he he was twenty two he was honorably discharged at this time? Jodi was pregnant with their first child. John was insecure and he came across as a bit of a Bragar in order to compensate for this he really wanted to become a policeman or a firefighter. The Los Angeles Police Department invited him to test for position mission and he passed the written tests the medical exam and the fitness test but he failed the psychological test. He was sent a letter telling him that he he was unsuitable. So this was a big thing for him. He had wanted to be a policeman very badly. Your that was his main goal to be a cop. Yeah so this'll be pointed back to. As a really huge disappointment mitch merely might have had an effect on who he became as a man or your. I think you could look at it. That we could also look at it as there is something in his psychological makeup that made him on high rable. Oh sure yeah I think it went both ways after getting past feeling hurt. He was very angry. The rejection letter suggested that he consult another psychologist so so he hired one that he found in the yellow pages. This psychologist didn't evaluation and found him suitable but remember. This is the person he was paying but now he had a second opinion so he took that back to the LAPD psychologist for an appeal of that decision. You know the LAPD psychologist couldn't couldn't tell John Anything specific about why he had been rejected other than the say that he might have been too passive. Police officers needed to be assertive but then the psychologist left John Alone in his office with the file. He said I'm going to go out and get a cup of coffee. I think he kind of intentionally left the father so John read the file and so that one of his co workers had been interviewed and told the psychologist that John was laid to work lazy and resentful eventful of another man being promoted over him so I can't see any other way that this happened. Then the psychologist was really giving him an opportunity to look at his file. Were were absolutely the final evaluation stated that John Needed a few years to mature. And then maybe he could reapply to the force now. John Though would never admit to seeing his diagnosis in that file but he had actually been diagnosed with a personality trait disturbance and emotionally unstable personality. His former supervisors had described him as both irresponsible and immature as well. So this time John was working for Sparkletts marklets bottled water company. He quit that job and entered the management program at a fast food restaurant. It was nineteen seventy three and John was going going from one fast food job to another before he quit and he applied next to the Los Angeles Fire Department. He was couldn't be a policeman. He can be a fireman. Yeah I think it was as backup plan. And he was really thrilled when he was accepted to the academy for training but it turns out he was out of shape and he wasn't up to the rigors of the academy physically. He was told that he'd also done poorly on the written test so he was just given the option to resign or he. It's going to be fired so he was very angry and upset when this happened. Yeah and part of his problem was probably his attitude his after all had been a firefighter for four years in air force so he felt like he didn't need to study your practice now his time in the air force vote. He's half a couple fires Chris couple crashes and he. It didn't have much training. But he thought he did. So he didn't participate in study sessions with other recruits and he hadn't practice handling the heavy ladders and equipment and they were heavy. These big wooden ladders. He apparently in the service they had the light aluminum ladders. So this was a whole all different ballgame per handed so after that failure John was absolutely despondent and by this time he had two young daughters and his marriage was on the rocks. That's when he applied to the Glendale Fire Department and they accepted him in their fire academy in the spring of seventy four. He completed eight weeks of training and he graduated with twelve other guys. He was starting his career as a firefighter and he was super happy about it. Even though the Pay Glendale was a lot at less than it would have been at the L. A. P. D. or the L. A. F. D. wasn't it Glendale lowest paying in the state or something like that at the the time it was. Yeah maybe that's why I got hired. Nobody wanted to work for them. I'm sure that was part of it. Because he really wasn't. The top of the picks no her psychological report from earlier says a lot doesn't it it really does and also at home things weren't improving. He was really bored on his days off so he ended up taking a part time job at a seven eleven as a clerk then he bought himself pickup truck and went on camping and in hunting trips on his own without his family he ended up befriending a woman at the seven eleven and other employees who is also unhappy in her marriage and the two of them decided to be roommates leave their spouses and apparently this was Not a sexual thing at all it was just a friendship allegedly anyway yes so. John left his wife Jodi leaving her just note as an explanation for what is doing a lot like what his mother did. He pay child support and he also began taking classes in fire science in police science. John believed that. The police didn't show enough respect for firefighters fighters and he examined the conflicts between the two groups and a writing assignment is still working at the seven eleven and he used what he was learning to help him spot shoplifters in the store yeah he got really into that his boss at the seven eleven was impressed at how good he got at catching shoplifters John would would watch kids who came into the store after school and he catch them making them empty their pockets and return things so this was a big thing for John. I mean to the point of weirdness really yeah very weird when example in nineteen seventy six. While he was out shopping he saw men running toward a car with his arms full of suits from Montgomery wards store so John or chased. The man knocked him down and helped the store security guard hold the man until the police arrived yet. He and he was clearly thrilled with this moment. He talked to the security guards and he actually asked them if he could get a part time job working in mall security but the mall said they only hired off-duty policeman and not firefighters. So there's another bruise to his ego. That's right he's already been told his second class this anyway. Because he's a Fire Department Dinata Police Department guy. Yeah and I don't know if that's really a thing but he definitely saw that way. He saw a lot of things in a slightly slightly off center. Way That's true he did. He wasn't quite right. We know that so. John was disappointed that he couldn't get a mall. Security John but that didn't deter them from doing other good deeds the same day. He saw an older man. Shoplifting hand tools. He told the cashier got the man arrested. So he asked at the sears store about getting a part time job with security

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"great falls" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"great falls" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Make great fall maybe some day my great will go higher who am I kidding I'm only a liar this algebra year in June will soon stop and that means my grade can no longer dropped thank you guys name website and magazine world hello on his knees so from he thought it was in the but he was lost six find the weather was produced Snyder Danko tied back me with our other producers Alex **** but when he joined Starfleet command production help from Katy at nine engineering for a show in Boston by miles Smith in DC Jonathan cherry and big my recording Portland John phrasing and Chicago merry Gaffney are merged or hate just thanks to Adam back men consider makes one of our bands brand cuts in the other thanks also to Robbie Willard thanks to the public radio stations but our hosts and presenters in five cities you are in Boston W. A. M. U. eighty eight five Oregon public broadcasting in Portland Colorado public radio in Denver and Chicago public radio hometown special.

The Trump Impeachment Inquiry: What Happened Today

The Beat with Ari Melber

13:22 min | 1 year ago

The Trump Impeachment Inquiry: What Happened Today

"We are covering breaking news tonight in this trump impeachment investigation at this very moment I can tell you the entire House Democratic Caucus is having a closed door meeting this is The first time they've met in weeks they're returning of course to work and they are discussing explicitly the next steps in the potential impeachment of President Donald Trump not only that but we've just been briefed you're from the Congress in two weeks also breaking Rudy Giuliani revealing. He will defy a house subpoena for Ukraine documents today and as he ignores that subpoena and reportedly faces this new criminal scrutiny from federal prosecutors in New York Giuliani has also revealed that at this point in time he does not have a lawyer of his own as political how did he said simply no one is representing him the legal stakes clearly rising for this lawyer and former prosecutor at the center of Ukraine's scandal Guiliani. has faced a devastating series of revelations from other impeachment witnesses some of were who were the people he was trying to strong arm for this alleged shadow foreign policy today a diplomat named George Ken testifying behind closed doors reportedly revealing that he also raised concerns about Giuliani's Ukrainian pressure scheme months ago this new testimony adds another block here it adds more incriminating information about what Giuliani was doing it comes of course just one day after another impeachment witness another trump aide in this administration testified about the pushback from ouston national security Iser John Bolt now he whatever you think of all of his ideology he is according to these other impeachment with this is on record as trying to get in brought and opposed what he viewed as Giuliani's criminal plot. I WanNa read this and I want you to let this sink in this is the new testimony that Bolton apparently said Hello I'm not part of whatever drug deal sauna and Mulvaney are cooking up this is not breaking hi this is real life Mr Bolton a very accomplished lawyer in addition to his other training knew what was going on he had a view of it he wanted to warn the White House and no one certain terms he viewed this as criminal and his lawyer speaking to lawyers and non lawyers he called it a drug deal so he couldn't be misinterpreted couldn't be misheard and that's at all we're learning from this new witness that Mr Bolden also warned quote Guiliani is a hand grenade who's going to blow everybody up Bolton reportedly told the witness to report her concerns to not just anybody but to a top lawyer at the National Security Council which she they did what you have here taking together it is a very incriminating picture of people who are actively working for Donald Trump who are most days to work trying to get his agenda enacted supporting him getting paid by the government they're inside the trump administration they're inside the White House and they're the ones blowing the whistle there the runs in various ways we're learning trying to say Giuliani is pursuing a quote drug deal Giuliani is a walking hand grenade this is not normal stuff this is normal testimony and I can tell you something else by the end of the week a half a dozen people will have stepped up and testified in this impeachment probe Democrats saying they're getting critical evidence we are learning new and important information in the impeachment inquiry have you heard evidence to this point that would support articles of impeachment against this President Yes jim we have solicitation alone is a criminal act that's the president did it has shown right there in the transcript it's not just the smoking gun it's the actual bullet that is what we're hearing and then you have this you see on your screen is live news it's going to happen during this hour speaker Pelosi in a late in the day announcement that she gets coming forward after her meeting with her own caucus about impeaching trump and where the road is from here and she's going to say something from the podium you're looking at it and we will bring it to you a lot of people interested some people afraid I'm joined now by federal prosecutor Jean Rossi he served for many years Department of Justice Criminal Defense Attorney carrying police who represented Mr. Dopoulos in the Mueller probe and knows her way around some of these national security and legal issues and rutgers Professor Britney Cooper good evening everyone gene yes handgrenade drug deal cooking not your typical congressional testimony not even your typical testimony in Uh trials that tried to prove drug deals what did you make of the stark language from Mr Bolton an Ivy League educated lawyer among other things he nailed he nailed that really well July ten is going to be almost as important as July twenty fifth Ari because John embolden whose views I don't always agree with he had the innate sense to understand that something rotten was occurring Denmark and we make fun and it's a drug deal it wasn't a drug deal it was a deal involving the president pudding his personal interest in his electoral chances over the welfare of the United States of America right and just to be clear gene and then I'll go back to you I think and I'm curious to your analysis but I think Mr Bolden was trying to do in no uncertain terms in a world where every time the president asked for foreign collusion it's later dismissed coke was not have a high level legal discussion about whether this may or may not violate any technical federal law but say look this is over the line is a plot this is a conspiracy and drug deal is something anyone can understand is in the White House Gosh get away from the drug deal they're cooking absolutely he aw conspiracy and conspiracy allegedly existed among the President Giuliani these two other people Levin e Gore they sound like characters Doctor Zhivago I gotTa tell you this case reeks of an impeachable offense in that horsewoman who just said solicitation is the crime a quid pro quo y'all need a quid in he held up for hundred million dollars to Ukraine ten percent of their defense budget and they were pleading with us for help against the Russian and and trump tried to use it like a Carrot Brittany we have sat at this table before and talked about the things Donald Trump does yeah sized for many I would observe that Donald trump merits criticism for many things yes but merits impeachment for very few and I think that's what the founders intended many terrible things that politicians can do are not what the founders defined as impeachable here we are bumping up against one that the Congress says may indeed be impeachable it is not only reprehensible or objectionable or derogatory or discriminatory but that is the kind of abuse of power or as Jean was discussing bribe one of the numerator constitutional offenses for impeachment and thinking about that I wanna play for you Tillerson who's been around the block running oil company spent up to the line let's be real but he said he was getting all kinds of orders to go the line take a look when the president would say well here's what I WANNA do and here's how and I'd have to say to him well Mr President down what you WanNa do but you can't do it that way it violates the law at violates treaties you know he got really frustrated it didn't just get frustrated he ousts people who don't go along and what does that say to you about the testimony today which quotes Mr Bolton who also is out yeah what I'm really sitting here thinking is Humpty dumpty sat on the wall Humpty dumpty had a great fall all the king's horses and all the king's men couldn't put Humpty dumpty back together again I'm Brittany bars nursery look I've been tight since I was a kid so the other point of this is that it's quite basic we tell wondering don't lie we tell children don't cheat and we have a president who doesn't have morality of a five-year-old and who thinks that it's fine to sort of engaged in shakedown and to basically as the White House and the power of the US presidency to run a crime syndicate and then to essentially try to strong arm anyone who doesn't want to go along what is more talking is that most of the men around the president are a cast of shady characters and at the point that the shady character start to say this is too far then all of us should is it our hair is literally on fire at this point in that he has to go what I appreciate that the Democrats have done this moment is they have seized on what is a simple narrative you cannot US foreign interference to win an election now why we didn't know that in Twenty fifteen twenty sixteen two thousand seventeen is you know is the thing that I'm inclined to be generous about is lying on that floor one difference for twenty sixteen is the evidence we have and I read the Miller report twice and your client was in it you know the Miller report well the evidence suggested that Russia was coming into the US starting doesn't mean you could get their help but that's where it started and one Francis Democrats are pointing to is now it's sitting president and the plot is not coming from Russia the plot is coming from inside the White House you look I think it's a distinction out of different than you do but we'll take this is a man who stood at the podium and said bring me the emails half the emails and bring them to me this is he was invited into to interfere and gave him a pass now we have seen him be entirely consistent with what he said he didn't have the US's best interest at heart when he ran for the presidency he let's continue to ruin our foreign interests around the globe he's totally engaged right now in a realignment of power that we haven't seen since World War Two and we're going to be paying the price for that for generations but the thing that I want to say is that the thing we keep learning in this country is that you cannot get in bed with white supremacy without having global repercussions the US had to learn in the nineteenth century we have to learn in the twentieth and apparently we're terrible students and white folks out Wendy- Wednesday people of Color why folks are having to learn it again in the twenty first century very adjusting everything you lay out there including humpty now we're not we're not talking humpty dance the chance to do the heart you gotTa Shock Shock G Caroline look here's the deal this looks pretty serious as someone who dealt with Muller probe do you see the underlying allegations not asking us to resolve them do you see the underlying allegations here as more serious than that well I think picking up some of the stuff that Britney just said I think one of the since we can learn from sort of having been through the Muller probe at this point is that we perhaps are looking at this too much illegal lens if we're thinking about impeachment the muller pro we were we were so quick to see if it met the statutory elements of whatever crime that we were trying to figure out let me direct it's not illegal lens writing not each element right then what is the right lane the impeachment lens is inherently political right so we can't sit here and say does it meet the elements to get to whatever two thirds of the Senate is going to qualify for so there's a famous quote that impeachment unimpeachable is really just whatever the Congress thinks it is at that moment in history but I'll push back on you respectfully that quote could also be said as a conviction is whatever twelve jurors I think it is it's a description of a process any congress that takes this seriously and in history the congress have taken it seriously partly explaining why the Senate has never actually removed someone from office under conviction a high bar but also agonizingly searching over it the congress is supposed to look to the text the constitution and say on a political disagreement not a criticism of the morality of the individual but rather a high crime misdemeanor trees bribery right and actually if you look at what the quintessential founding fathers what they thought which essentially would constitute high crime and misdemeanor this certainly falls way more within that spectrum than any of the other impeachments we've seen in history which is obviously putting a personal political interest above the interest of party but I think what we're seeing here is a mosaic really we're seeing the whistle blower is almost you don't need the whistleblower anymore at this point because we've got so much here putting together the pieces of this poem we bring you the degree point let me bring in Jeanne back in the back to the panel to the panel here on the set but gene you know you look at this caroline who knows a way around these probes is talking about the role the whistleblower the

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Fall foliage report: more color this week, but the rain isn't helping

WBZ Midday News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Fall foliage report: more color this week, but the rain isn't helping

"Radio course it's looking like a great fall weekend out there maybe want to head up north and check out the foliage you want to go north you might have to head to northern Maine peak foliage arriving there so far the rest of the state getting more color later on this month leaf peepers mains western mountains also sing a couple bursts of color whether going forward the looking pretty good for nice robust foliage in the coming weeks Maine New Hampshire and Vermont cooler temps of course both day and night to get those

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As Congress returns, House plans to expand Trump impeachment inquiry

Rush Limbaugh

03:40 min | 1 year ago

As Congress returns, House plans to expand Trump impeachment inquiry

"Something we just barely survived a clue to get rid of this president. just barely survived it. and what and that was the mother figure with that bombed out when that blew up in their face the hatred the intensity of it all just. magnifies. and our multiplies and that's that's that's what we are that's what we're up against the only thing Chuck trump isn't changing. what's changing is the level of intensity in my hatred aimed at him. and it's making some people nervous I can see it I can tell it's not hard to figure out. when you can watch fox half the people learn facts that well maybe not have the some of the people on fox no names mentioned here who started out being all and I'm from you can see him started to waver now here and it's all the surface stuff. because everybody wants peace and tranquility in can't we all just different not gonna get along can't they just be Sunday we don't hear trumps namely this that it now asin Democrat candidates they can't even get. the meeting to stop talking about trump and they would be one of the primary beneficiaries. never forget peace and tranquillity in Washington in the media only happens when Republicans agree to be the minority. when they agree that they're okay with losing back to the phones right shoulder Great Falls Montana great to have you on the key I beat at work a lot. Hey rush so here's the thing we all pretty much know that trump is fairly a moral about them in his personal life choices but the thing is pretty much really the same thing about every other politician the differences he's honest and open about it. interesting point give me give me the example of what you're talking about. what about all the different scandal that there are out in the world about all the different politicians you know all the things that come up over to the black face here and this person have this you know affair with his mistress over here well those are the raven the most often times try to keep him in but with trump we kind of need these phonies travel around with Jeffrey up steam. exactly exactly so all these things come out and none of us are surprised because we already assume that that's the case that they're gonna be hidden things about all these politicians difference with trump is that. hi Marc several Republican party's losses wears was run around only and spent this guy went on this family a wife for a woman in Argentina don't farm. he was on the Appalachian Trail are becoming one with nature like the Indians. in the same bag is that what you're talking about yes present it's not to some truck never abandoned anybody. and never be found on the Appalachian Trail if you've gone somewhere you tell you where it wasn't to be one of his golf courses. nothing against Appalachian Trail don't misunderstand incidents were Sanford semi went. no he didn't so you're thinking that troubles at least up front about it he's not a phony about it he's not trying to hide it I and and the things that he's doing trump all that or more important than what these. distractions are centerpoint basically. yeah absolutely he's actually doing the things that he said that he was going to do for the country exactly. is shell.

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"great falls" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"great falls" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"The fuselage in which she was stuck just happened to land on a snowy tree covered hillside and it's believed that the trees in the snow cushion the impact after she woke up she had no memory of the crash and she lived until two thousand sixteen. She's is often cited as the record holder for the survivor of the longest fall without a parachute. Wow that is incredible and also i just wanna apologize to any other nervous harassed flyers out there who are listening to this. Hopefully you're not listening to this at the airport. Oh gosh maybe we should have warned you now. You know if you if you you weren't aware of by now if you didn't pause episode by now then i guess maybe you do need this episode to make it through your flight well. I'm sure you've heard it a million times before and it probably doesn't to help with your fear but it is a fact that flying is extremely so commercial flying. These days is extremely safe. Yes if you know if you are on a commercial jet with like an accredited it'd pilot and all that you like your chances of having something bad happen or extremely low so stick that in the logical side of your brain probably already arguing doing with the logical side. That is the whole reason you have the nerves anyway. Let's go with one more example here. This is a survival story of <hes>. Julianne kept key now how juliane diller she's a german woman or is a german woman who as a teenager survived a plane crash in the amazon in nineteen seventy one from an altitude of over over three kilometers after a plane was struck by lightning she was the lone survivor of the crash.

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"great falls" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"great falls" Discussed on AP News

"And tells the great falls Tribune is song has been featured in seven or eight movies has been recorded by about twenty groups, including the Beatles. He says he'd be proud to have out by the legislature, the bill's introduction borrows from the song's lyrics and saying whereas Montana's shaken to the left and shake it to the right and do everything with all of their might. Far the blue light that lit up the night sky of New York's fears of what it could be. But as a piece of Donohue reports in queens. It was a transformer fire social media there were jokes about an alien invasion. Turns out it was a transformer explosion in queens, very close to this woman's house sky was lit up completely blue yellow all different colors. It looked like something from a movie G spoke to W N Y W TV. There was also a brief fire at the con Edison facility. No one was hurt. The impact of the explosion could be seen throughout the city. It sounded like just like like something else was going to happen. Like something else was going to explode. But nothing else exploded. There was also a brief ground. Stop at New York's LaGuardia airport. I'm Ed Donahue. The partial government shutdown will most likely be handed off to a divided government next year. AP's? Jackie Quinn reports. That's because for now, congress has left the building government services, our cur tailed, some national parks are closed flood insurance policies are halted thousands of federal workers are furloughed and congress stands adjourn until ten AM on Monday, December the thirty first Senator Pat Roberts says the vice president is talking with the senate's top democrat. I hope it doesn't take weeks. It's been far too long for the government worker. Democrats take control of the house January third and the president says they're trying to deny him a win. Jackie quinn. Washington. The partial shutdown and Trump, I'm Tim Maguire, Berlin, AP news minute. President Trump threatens in a tweet to close the border with Mexico. If Democrats don't agree to fund the construction of a border wall impasse has caused a partial government shutdown. That's nearly a week old budget director, Nick Mulvaney, says democratic leaders of walked away from the negotiations and the president is serious about the threat if they don't return to the talks options are on the table. What listen it's the only way we can get the Democrats attachment progress won't be back in Washington until Monday spokesman for soon to be speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi says the house will vote on day one to reopen. The government Mulvaney says museums and galleries popular tourist locals and locals in the nation's capital will close starting the middle of next week the Smithsonian, for example, has been open all week. It will be closed after New Year's Smithsonian operates a number of facilities, including the national zoo. Aaron Space Museum and the museum of African American history and culture, I'm Tim Maguire, more news right after this. Introducing.

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"great falls" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"great falls" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Several days with great fall weather here in southern California below normal temperatures, and we may get a cooler tomorrow before we start driving the temperatures in the other direction. These are currents upper sixties the coast sixty nine downtown seventy one here in the San Fernando Valley. Upper seventies inland. So it's a deep marine layer. It's a big new low Bank of Stratus clouds rebuilding right now reaching his full head of steam by about eleven o'clock tonight and hanging around through your morning commute tomorrow with a chance of spotting drizzle. Just as we had this morning and cameras even slightly cooler than today. Then over the weekend, we're going to reverse the airflow starting Friday instead of a cool moist onshore flow, we're going to have a dry warm offshore flow kind of like a Santa Ana wind, but without the gusty winds, but the air will be dry. There'll be no marine layer intense. We'll go from below normal where they are now to an equal amount of degrees above normal Friday Saturday and Sunday really through the middle of next week. It's all about the depth and breadth of the marine layer. Let's get a look now and see how far inland. This thing. Is right now it's already resetting as we look at the timeline in the northern and western areas. And by the eleven o'clock news tonight, a good solid overcast deck even up in the Santa Clarita valley and by your morning commute tomorrow seven or eight o'clock, not only the. Low overcast. But also the possibility the read areas the spotty drizzle just as we had this morning, and then we're going to have what's called reverse clearing. Sometimes we get a really deep Marie layer. We see clearly at the beaches before we see cleary inland. That'd be the case tomorrow. And we'll do exactly the same thing on Thursday before we start driving temperatures.

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Scott Parking, Patterson and Bloomberg discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Scott Parking, Patterson and Bloomberg discussed on 24 Hour News

"Four amidst all this weekend flooding in northern jersey the dramatic rescue of a dog in Patterson's great falls yesterday fire captains Scott parking got involved. He made his way down by rope from a, bridge to. Rescue the pit bull that was stuck on a ledge not too far from the top of the falls and then, slowly lifted. To safety young pit bull was taken to a, shelter in Oakland we're told this morning the dog will be fine now parking says. His dad actually rescued a dog from the very same spot in. Nineteen seventy five, he says he wasn't worried. About the ascent because the fire departments. Equipment is rock solid not sure how that. Dog at, stranded by the way congratulations again to captain parking and we're told the pump has been named Patterson by, those at that shelter in Oakland

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Government watchdog questions whether border wall is worth it

24 Hour News

06:27 min | 2 years ago

Government watchdog questions whether border wall is worth it

"By theraworx relief I'm Wendy Gillette a wildfire burning in California is set. To become the largest in state history the Mendocino complex fire has already burned four hundred twenty. Eight square miles and it's still growing CBS news correspondent John Blackstone is there Parts of the Mendocino complex firearm proving to be unstoppable firefighters in lake and. Mendocino counties ignited more, back burns overnight remove tinder-dry rush fuelling this massive wildfire. But fierce hot winds continue. To whip flames frenzy four hundred square miles have. Been sports making this California's? Second-largest fire on record, towel. Fire spokesperson, predicts the become the largest fire in the state's history. By tomorrow the government star witness Rick gates took the stand against his former business associate. Paul Manafort CBS's Paula Reed prosecutors quickly got to the heart. Of the case did you commit crimes Mr. Manafort asked the. Prosecutor yes gates replied gates said he conspired with Manafort to falsify tax returns knowingly failed to. Report foreign Bank accounts and failed to register Manafort as a foreign agent gates also admitted he. Embezzled from his boss something. Manafort's attorneys Allege for months I added money, to expense reports and created expense reports that were. Not accurate and said to pad his salary. By several hundred thousand dollars gates will be back on the stand tomorrow a new report. Finds the president's border wall could be more pricey than expected. Correspondent Steve Dorsey, has more from Washington, a report from the government accountability office says the. Border wall could cost more than projected take longer to build and fall short of, expectations the report raises concerns the department of homeland security is at risk of. Wasting some of the, billions of dollars it'll cost to build the project meanwhile. The president has threatened a government shutdown after the Senate only approved one point. Six billion dollars for? The? Wall and Alabama democratic, congressional. Candidates says, Russian hackers tried to break into her campaign website one. Thousand times last month Tabitha Eisner is running in the state's second district she says the. Manual attempts to log in we're from accounts, with Russian intern Net service providers a big ride for a little boy at, a rodeo five year old Sam van Tassell lassoed. Himself in a ringing record in his mutton, busting ride in great falls Montana The stock markets gained ground today this is CBS, news to experience relief from foot and leg cramps use theraworx relief get, theraworx relief today in the pain relief file at your local pharmacy ask your pharmacist for theraworx relief Never stops, on Detroit's number one news station Nine fifty w. W j it's Monday August six twenty eighteen I'm. Russ McNamara. For WW j. NewsRadio nine fifty good evening Rounds of showers and thunderstorms. Tonight some, of. These storms. Can be locally severe early. The complete, AccuWeather forecast coming up meteorologist Dave Bowers in the city it's storming seventy two degrees WBZ news time is eight oh three severe storms packing strong winds and a powerful punch to some local trees damage was reported in northeast Detroit as. Well as the. Neighborhoods of Grosse Pointe park where Mike Carter lives tree came down across the street in his, neighbor's yard during those storms I was in southwest. Detroit at work when the storm came through and they barely got touched you could see a little bit of the wind I could. Hear the founder but, nothing compared to what you see inflicted in this neighborhood and just to the south here in Detroit thousands are without power stay with w. W j for the latest to. Detroit police officers have been hospitalized responding to an, ammonia leak on the city's east side, this morning, news reading. On January Neil reports happened around nine AM says deputy fire Commissioner day for now an explosion at. A plan on Exeter street near St. Barron John, are the bottles town called pop in. A Monja pipe or device. There was, so. Much pressure. In an exploding and put. A hole, in the roof he says the cleanup is over and there's no danger to the neighborhood but there were three injuries to police officers that were taken to receiving hospital with a with chest pains and of course you were taken a. Nose and throat. And that type of thing I fifty eight-year-old plan to employees was treated at the scene that, eventually agreed to go to the hospital as well. Sandra McNeill WW Jane is radio nine fifty the potential shipment of spent nuclear fuel through the state of Michigan has drawn the concern. Of one local environmental, watchdog we don't know what it is we don't know how many shipments and is very ambiguous that's Michael Keegan with the Michigan coalition for. A nuclear-free Great Lakes out of. Monroe he says the Nuclear Regulatory Commission is considering Shipping spent fuel rods from the LaSalle nuclear generating station outside of Chicago to Michigan. To Canada this is a major environmental undertaking and it's all being done because they can do it in the dark. Without disclosing and so they do, not get. Scrutinized for their actions WWE j contacted the NRC which confirmed a request to ship spent nuclear rods and the Illinois. Facility is currently under review but. Has not yet been approved meantime representatives needless Sal plant. Tell NewsRadio. Nine fifty that they are seeking do ship a small amount of us. 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Boeing, SpaceX could launch astronauts next year

Steve Cochran

03:26 min | 2 years ago

Boeing, SpaceX could launch astronauts next year

"Marchers and the witnesses. Of the March that everything is impossible until somebody does lakeshore drive was shut down for about. An hour Livingston says the. Intent is to raise awareness in wealthy neighborhoods of shootings in predominantly, black neighborhoods in the city a, former Chicago police. Officer has sentenced to have been sentenced to six months in. Prison for income tax fraud that netted him, about three hundred thousand dollars Stevens Aguirre was sentenced yesterday by a federal judge who ordered him to repay the amount stolen prosecutors asked he'd be, sentenced to between, two and a half to two and a half years under federal guidelines prosecutors say you're created phony trust and filed multiple tax returns falsely claiming. Refunds in excess of one million dollars the tax and Bank fraud trial former Trump camp Chairman. Paul Manafort heads into its fourth. Day today ABC news correspondent Trish Turner has been. Following the, trial in Virginia on the fourth day of Paul manafort's trial we expect to hear more from. One of his former tax accountants while the. Defenses contended that their client was duped by his business partner Rick gates the tax preparer testified Thursday that Manafort was repeatedly told that he. Must report, foreign Bank activity to the IRS so on Friday we expect to hear much more about manafort's tax. Returns and what Manafort reported as income to the government Trish Turner ABC news that the courthouse in Alexandria Virginia SpaceX is going to be putting people onto its. Test flights in April of next year ahead of Boeing NASA revealed the schedule for manned flights yesterday. All the astronauts currently at the international space station have been taken there on Russian spacecraft since the. Retirement of the space shuttle in two thousand eleven NASA has, only booked seats on Russian spacecraft until November of. Next year NASA now plans to use private companies To ferry humans to the space station Dow WGN sports, here's Andy mazer been on many people's radar to start the year with Daniel polka certainly is now the rookie launching a pinch at three Ron Hubbard helped the white size to a sixty four win over Kansas City yesterday asked after the game about his approach I wanted. To hit a Homer those it Yeah yeah Wanted to get a ball up that I could hit. Out part he gave me one as third page. At home run this year tying with Oscar gamble in hundred seventy seven for the most in one season. In franchise history guy picked up on waivers for the twins, in November White Sox headed to Tampa on your pre game tonight, at five thirty five and DJ the first pitch, at, six ten a loss for the cubs in Wrigley, last night six to one to the Padres the loss, in, costume grounded the standings Milwaukee crushed by the dodgers in. Los Angeles last. Night twenty one to five dodgers had seven. Home runs so the cubs to lead the division by one game oath-taking tunnel will go for the cubs this afternoon against Tyson Ross for, San Diego finding a home at the big league sponsored by the diligent Bedford park building for the future. White Sox first, round draft pick dick Madrigal earning a, promotion yesterday he's going from, low economical you high, a. Winston Salem he's yet to strike out on his professional career and the second round choice steel Walker was elevated. From rookie great falls. Too low a capitalist bears lose their first preseason game of the year seventeen. To sixteen that's the Baltimore Ravens. At, the Hall of fame game yesterday and Tiger Woods, shoots an opening round sixty six the world golf championship, in, Ohio is best opening round of the year but in. Poulter managing a. Sixty two in the first Johnny has a. One shot lead heading into today's second round on the home of the Blackhawks northwestern Wildcats and Chicago White Sox baseball Andy mazer WGN sports, baseball is about stats and figures at.

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"great falls" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"great falls" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Using great falls montana he's leading the charge he's very happy you this piper rally well thank you montana he won by twenty points and it's great to be here tonight with thousands of proud hardworking american patriots thank you outside you probably know what's going on there are thousands and thousands of people and we've decided from now on we're going to put up screens and loudspeakers so people can stay around i said to my people why didn't you get a larger arena we can't we can't but those are great people outside and i apologize but they're thousands of yeah we really we really love him people no real estate better you know real estate better so it's pretty good stuff happy hour start times appears to be a well lubricated crab we are thrilled to be joined by some great people you just heard steve daines he has been so helpful he's been so in washington on the tax cuts and everything else and i want to thank steve and his family they have been incredible for me in washington thank you steve.

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"great falls" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"great falls" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"I mean some of the islanders good old at work as well so you've gotta get new stuff do you know that as well as i do i do why why why why why would you why would you need makeup jeffey number two look at this without right number two it's clear that you're not using i don't get this without something you wanted to find someone say great job the the feces cosmetics because you but using a great oh okay so you've been using that it makes sense you've been smearing since i know really bad really bad and we got a story out of great falls montana great falls montana it's not it's not considered the mean streets of helena no where the main host of this broadcast but greys from but according to great falls police department they one one call of a bank robber nuts route day yeah yeah that's a tough gig these days it's something that you just don't do seriously difficult irs won't find out i'm sorry my mic is on so they got a they got nine one one call bank speak robbed and they're not releasing the suspect the identity of the suspect but the suspect well we robbed the bank then he again okay he's a because his getaway vehicle wasn't quite quick enough to evade the police officers if you're gonna rob a bank you might wanna use something different than a skateboard to try to get away.

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"great falls" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"great falls" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"They're harrison you're on here yeah hey hey rich how you doing today about a you know um i i talk about this which has ruled with he will cease to now i as a baseball i played great fall for many years going off through college and there was a baseball fan a die hard rock then i gotta say this rule is just is is absolutely ridiculous because it's not just changes it's not just like a mallam visit or steam as a piece of play that this is changing the whole fundamental move of the game so this is going work teams that have like the yankees who have three credible help you guys i mean charlie blattman erin otto come on we could come out but but that guy that's true but that kind of note it's not peace fault i mean baseball hey is they for certain regions that are out there so i i don't understand why people want a change sports so much change the rules the route change this route i am so tired of hearing all this talk about the rules and they're absolutely insane i mean this is the way things look for all these years it's like it's like one of the big no eight false five strikes the same thing base for paris and i know you've been on offer wont i've i've i've maya the hours about ten i'm sorry to say the callback please bring that passion and i i understand the frustration you know sports have been fined for so long we all grew up with them what do we have to change them and rules are rules to stick with it why do we always have this tanker on i agree with that for the most part catch really got to change.

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