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"hardisty" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"Having me back on this wonderful occasion. I miss most hallowed occasion and filling out our panel is writer and film critic Shea Vasser. Welcome back Shea. Thank you so much for having me. This is going to be something else. It is a joy to have you all here. So in Texas chainsaw massacre, there is a massacre in Texas involving chainsaws. I could go on to say it's more complicated than that, but it really isn't. We get a new throng of pretty clueless outsiders. They inadvertently unleash a horror grizzly mayhem ensues, but the history of Texas chainsaw massacre is kind of fascinating. The first film from all the way back in 1974 was directed by tobe hooper. It was a grungy, low budget, notorious cult classic, and actually not all that gory by today's standards from there, the series went over the top silly as in 1980 6s Texas chainsaw massacre part two, my daughter's favorite movie, only to become more streamlined as it's been rebooted in fits and starts over the years. Now, the latest Texas chainsaw massacre movie heads directly to Netflix, but it's also going back to its roots as it brings back the character of Sally hardesty, the lone survivor of leatherface's first rampage, there are also a lot of gruesome deaths by chainsaw, the film is directed by David blue Garcia and stars Sarah jorgen elsie Fisher, Mark Burnham as leatherface and olwyn fuere as Sally Hardisty. Jordan, I am going to start with you, where do you stand on the Texas chainsaw massacre series and where do you stand on the new Netflix movie? On the series of these super killer four horsemen of the apocalypse, the leather is not my favorite, but it is the franchise that disturbs me the most. Watching the original, that's still one of the most upsetting horror movies I can experience. There is something so upsetting and brutal and just real. You just sort of can't shake it after. It's like a real gotta go shower movie. And then just the level of nihilistic brutality that carries through even into the craziest century of the franchise with Texas chainsaw the next generation with Matthew McConaughey in it. In the mid 90s and Renée Zellweger, the sociopathy of that movie. And it really made those movies a great fit for remakes in the 2000s tonally horror of the 2000s was really the most nihilistic we had been since the horror of the 1970s, like in a post Vietnam era and then in a post 9 11 era, so it translated really well to those sort of updates, and then you have this 2010s era where we sort of come gone out to sea with what the identity of.
"hardisty" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Yes, Actually, it was writing ad Copy for Real chili in Milwaukee. Dick Wolf, Do you really know? But I used to eat it Real chili in Wisconsin. Dick Wolf made his screenwriting bones, writing films like school ties and episodes for series like Miami Vice and Hill Street Blues. And now he owns half of the West Side of Chicago. The X doesn't really well Yeah. Chicago Fire Chicago P D. Chicago. No, Right, Right. Right. Which of those Chicago shows your favorite? I haven't seen any of them. I don't think I Chicago radio. That'd be cool. Yeah. Lord, What would you like me to add to that? Uh huh. Sure. Some What? Some, uh some law and order. Guest stars return so frequently. They were called repeat offenders to get it. No, David Schwimmer was an early guessed that there was an NYPD Blue. I don't know. Go ahead since law and order. Drew on a New York based casting pool. It was inevitable that actors would show up on multiple episodes as entirely different characters. Fans created a repeat offenders website. I did not know that attempting to list every actor's name and appearance. This was well before social media. All this stuff would have been sorted out like through. Episode number two, right? Are you bored with your own book? Report Variable with my own book reform facts for us. These are the fun facts, for goodness sakes. Did you know Jerry Orbach? This is a good one. Did you know you need to set aside nearly three weeks to watch all of law and order as V you? Can you name any of the cast members? Sure can. Well, now you're reading them now. I mean, off the top of your head. Yeah, Okay. You're reading them. I can see you. I actually I lost him in my notes. I don't even know Chris Meloni. I only know the SPU. Mariska Mariska Haggerty or whatever. Hardisty Hardisty her Jerry Orbach. What about Michael Moriarty? Michael Moriarty was one of the first prosecutors was, um Sam Waterson was a prosecutor. I think I love Sam. Walter..
"hardisty" Discussed on Adams on Agriculture
"Draw for the show as well. Yeah there'll be a lotta. There'll be a lot of folks here that don't don't grow any any crop. And if they do grow crop they're chopping it for silage and their feeding it at at their feedlots so you don't have to go too far west from here and the pivots go away and you get into to cal cap country and and and you know when you're in when you're in grand island nebraska and You know the majority of our visitor base comes from three or four hour. Drive time around grand island brassica just like when waring decatur illinois You know the the the big majority of the folks walk in the streets drove in that morning and so there are three or four hour drive time circle around the show side while the the circle around grand island were from an agriculture standpoint. Looks a lot different. Which is why you know. The four major pivot companies. They have the biggest display. They put on anywhere here at husker harvest days because this is the wheelhouse for again row. Crop brokaw production. And and and so the the the show reflects whether you're talking about farm progress show or sunbelt expo new york firm show whatever you're talking about the the the show reflects the local agriculture. And and you know the the folks that that you and i talked to back in you know in in illinois awry or something if if if they i tell them if they have anything to do with beef or anything to do with with irrigation husker harvest data needs to be on the bucket list. Because it's it's it's quite a show you can tell that it's managed by the the same outfit because of the way it lays out and and and a lot of those things but but it's certainly different when you look at that exhibit or face now about about Feel demonstrations what will you have As far as field work going on at husker so we have. We have everything that that farm progress show. Visitors would be used to plus some stuff so we have the corn harvesting. We have the tillage. We have a dedicated area for strip till Here at husker were adding dedicated area for autonomy ravens going to have both platforms running and does going to have the drones running seating cover crop and showing spring water so they can show they can apply crop protection and then in addition to all of that. We have a huge cattle handling demonstration. And we dedicated our to hey tool so we've got mowers and breaks and peppers and baylor's and and we run all of that and at the end of that. We run cornstarch bailing demonstrations as well. So it's you know it's it's there's a lot more going on out in the field and you're kind of going bang bang bang bang bang from one thing to the next out there in those field demonstration. So it's it's it's about as interactive and and exciting out there in the field as it is inside the show side and is you have told us before you've made significant improvements to the show site itself a lot of infrastructure improvements. Yeah the the show site. The show was forty years old in two thousand seventeen so for the two thousand eighteen show. We were able to show off a six million dollar investment that we made. And it's kind of like a remodeling job. You know we had to leave. We had to leave all the streets in place where they were but we just made the improvements in place and try to build a new show side on top of an existing one. Which was its own set of challenges but now it has It has the six inches of concrete on all the streets. It has storms that were drainage perimeter fence better infrastructure and all new infrastructure electricity. Now if you if you think of of living in a forty year old house if you never made any improvements you would you would be pretty miserable to keep all your electrical devices running and everything so really did a major upgrade on the electoral distribution which allows the exhibitors to put on the show that they wanna put on before this they were putting on the show that the power based on the bill the small amount of electrical distribution we had well. That's that's not a problem anymore because you've got a nice backbone of electrical distribution internet It's it's probably the best outdoor exhibit exhibit facility in the country if not the world in terms of the infrastructure in place. Now i know there's a big event coming up on tuesday the opening day Tell us about that yeah. We're really excited. That was something that came together. Kind of last minute. governor rick. The governor of nebraska. He's doing He's he's he wanted to do an ag technology summit and he he's elected to hosted here at husker harvest day so from one o'clock to four o'clock on tuesday. He's gonna he's going to say if you were but but really what he's doing is he's He's bringing in experts to talk on different subjects. It's he's he's got three subjects. He's got astronomic technology. Where where we're talking about. We have speakers from a lot of the big seed. Companies plus one of the irrigation companies. And then next generation equipment has executives from several of the big exhibitors. John deere case cloth as well as lindsay one of the irrigation companies and then. The third category is bio economy advanced. And that is that's got corn refiners and cargill and nature works. The ceo of nature works speaking. And so it's it's really kind of its own free standing summit within the bounds of husker harvest date. There there isn't any additional charge It it's just it's just part of the show We had we had a partnership with a gi. They had a building that we could use host the thing. So it's going to be really comfortable setting for the governor or to you know to really promote not not just nebraska agriculture but generally promote agricultural where it is today and maybe start to get a glimpse from some of these speakers of of what it might look like down the road. And he's part of the food and farm He's part of a group of governors. That happened on organization called food and farm and this is kind of one of the outcomes of of that organization and utilizing husker harvest days. It's a real honor for us that the governor is going to do this versus somewhere else and so we're proud to have it and and really excited about this summit occurring during harvest admits it's tuesday again. It's tuesday from one to four the first day of the show and You know. I think it's something that you're going to put on your bucket list because the list of speakers is pretty impressive when you drove from your home and western illinois way out to grand island. Did you see much. Harvesting get underway yet. Or how do things look i saw. I thought the beginnings of seed corn and i saw some silence being chopped. But i didn't see any number. Two yellow being harvested lotte as i drove across eighty. There's a lot of field that have got that yellow look to them But but nothing. It doesn't look like things are underway. Which is a good sign for husker hardisty. Sometimes when we're when we're fourteenth fifteenth sixteenth of september like we are this year You know you start that parviz just right around the corner and you know our even our ninety nine day core here show site that we're going to start picking off. We're gonna start peeling off andro friday. It's it's probably going to be in the high twenties. So i think the farmers generally aren't quite going to be in the field yet so they're going to have the opportunity to come to the show. We're talking with matt. Young men nationally. Vince manager for farm. Progress looking ahead to next week's husker harvest days next tuesday wednesday thursday in grand island nebraska. I'll be there all three days broadcasting from the syngenta. We'll take a break and come back. We will get more information to get you ready for husker harvest days next week than as we look ahead to that big show and also wanna remind you that As i said i'll be broadcasting from the syngenta ten and hope that you will stop by if you going to be in the show love to talk with you. Enjoy talking with a lot of folks last week in decatur illinois. Look forward to talking with more next week in grand island. Nebraska are husker harvest preview is brought you by suggestive back to wrap things up right after this..
"hardisty" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Rip his heart out. I'm the best ever. I'm the most brutal of visiting, most ruthless champion There's ever been. There's no one can stop mean length of the Conqueror. No, I'm Alexander. He's No Alexander. I'm the best ever. They've never been anybody. I'm Sonny, Listen, I'm Jack Dempsey. There's no one like I'm from there for that. No one that can match me. My style is impetuous. My defense is impregnable. And I'm just ferocious. I want your heart. I want to eat your Children praying along. That's your favorite Mike Tyson clip. Just break it out the big words. I want to eat his Children. Praise be to Allah. Uh, yeah. Mike Tyson turning 55 this week. Dan Ackroyd 69 years old. A league of their own. Came out 29 years ago today, 1992 I remember that night. I'm sitting at home just watching movies with my wife. I get a text from Nagy. And you tell me that you're crying because you're watching a league of their own and quote when those old broads get back together, it tears me up at the end with the women's Baseball Hall of Fame, and they're all old and half their husbands have died. And even some of the women that were on the team like Stillwell's Mama, It was just a sad scene. Just such an emotional text, and then you summed it up by calling them all old broads. Okay, let's get out of here. Wait. You got your sports show? Yes. Getting ready to run upstairs. 7 to 8 P.m. 175 to fan its You bet with bet rivers dammit! We're getting rich tonight I'm speaking a rich rich Hardisty. This is his new song, his tribute to Indiana rye whiskey, too. Called Indiana Rye Back tomorrow, three o'clock, 93 wnbc,.
"hardisty" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Rich for a long time hanging out with that guy back in the day like it's like hanging out like you walk into a tail landmine and get just hit with his shrapnel If you can, If you catch my drift right again, you know just so many hot chicks back in the day, So it's like when Motley Crue was backstage, and like, Just if you're the manager of Motley Crue, you got some of the quote, shrapnel. Sure. Um, so he's playing a show. I'm trying to have him call in here before too long. But he's playing a show at the hi Fi annex downtown August 20th there in Virginia. Which state man I just I'm looking here at some of the Bands that are, uh, lined up to play here in the next few weeks. Cracker Buck Cherry son Ville Band of horses, Um rich Hardisty in August 20th. So that's I mean, that's a pretty cool that never, I've never been there. Love to go see lots of live music, though. Um, quick. Some celebrity birthdays here. Liv Tyler's 44 years old. That's how you know you're getting old. The chick from The Aerosmith video Crazy, Right, 44. I was a little interesting trivia to that whole thing, Right? Well, I mean, yeah. I mean, it's kind of weird that Steven Tyler said, Hey, I need a sexy hot check to frolic with Alicia Silverstone cast my daughter, Julie. Yeah, I need a 17 year old hottie. To prance around in scantily clad in this video, Yeah, let's use my daughter for that. So happy birthday and she was in Empire Records, too. I fell in love with her and that one Armageddon. She's in that there have been a flex love interest. An Armageddon Pamela Anderson has said to you four years old. That's the reason why I hate the Rhona so much over the last 15 months. A lot of people have various reasons to hate coronavirus. Sure, we were scheduled to have Pam Anderson in studio She was doing one of these conventions like comic conventions in town Horror convention or something like that. Something like a horror movie convention, and we had it lined up. She's going to be in studio and Rhona Cancel the whole thing. Dammit! Rhona! Uh um. Hey, can I play? It was Mike Tyson's birthday yesterday and we didn't get around to that. Can I play the audio that you wanted to play? Yeah, This was after one of his fights. It was kind of the tune up fight before Lennox Lewis, right. He knocked out some stiff. And, uh, I think the audio speaks for itself..
"hardisty" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Vice President Harris has arrived in El Paso. Here's another sound bite from her arrival this morning, she was on the tarmac near one of the Jets. It may be a little bit difficult to understand, But, she said, We're here to see the effects of what's going wrong in Central America, where these people cannot take care of the basic needs of their families in those countries. Take care of this simple and basic means of their family by saying where they are. And so we are here today to address and talk about what has brought people to the U. S border and again to continue to address the root causes, which caused people to leave in the often sleep their home country. Hey, you know, it's amazing to me. These politicians they grab onto a phrase, and that is all you hear from them about an issue Is that the two or three words that they've decided to hook onto that issue? This one being root cause Okay, She's talking about it and her. I don't even know what you call it heard. People that are around her all to Democrats that showed up there with her Durban, Dick Durbin of Illinois and Veronica Escobar, who it's in her area. Um they both talked about root causes. My orcas got up there and talked about the root causes, and, um, a little bit. Earlier they were touring the El Paso Border Patrol station. How does it any of that? Address the amount of number of people that are crossing the huge amount of Children that have been crossing by themselves. The huge amount of drugs that are coming across the increase of armed smugglers on the border. Getting these people in that doesn't At the root cause doesn't change any of those, And yet they act like that's not happening in. All you have to do is come up with that root cause and Tara The borders fixed. Yes, it's the same song we heard from Biden when he was vice president, and he went to Central America the same talking points and he took a billion dollars down there under the Obama administration. Here we are again. The numbers are 51283605 90, CBS Austin has an important story today. About a family that seeking justice in a murder case, and they're very alarmed that the district attorney now is offering to change a capital murder charge down to murder in a plea bargain agreement, so this family has talked with CBS Austin, This is really an important story, Melinda. Well, it is And I will applaud the CBS reporter that did this job because they made sure to point out a couple of things that I think is important. And one of those is that twice this week in regards to talking about the shooting that occurred on Sixth Street, the D A. Has Taken to the MIC and said that his office is hard on violent offenders. They don't go easy on violent offenders, and then you look at Dropping the charges of those two young ones and then in this story This. Guy has a long rap sheet, and it includes not only the murder of, um This other kid, this guy's son. It includes the murder of someone else and they are pleading down because or they're going to offer that plea deal. Because of the guys age. He's 26. But he has a rap sheet and that's what this D A s office is saying is we most definitely take age into account when we're looking at going after capital murder charges. That to me? Doesn't say you're tough on violent crime. Well. In fact, CBS Austin points out in the document Now that the Travis County D a uses to guide all of the prosecutors in these kinds of cases they are to take Age into account as you noted defendants under the age of 25. Should get special recognition because their brains are not fully developed at that point, and, uh it makes me so mad to hear that that they say that in one breath and then the next bread, they'll say an eight year old can figure out what sex they are well and it goes on to say that should be considered in terms of what to charge someone and how long they should serve if they're convicted. Here's a sound bite of the Travis County D a earlier this week talking about how he takes crime, especially violent crime. Very, very seriously. We take acts of violence, particularly murder incredibly seriously in the district attorney's office. But here's Clifford Hardisty, his son was murdered in this case in 2018. And now, he says, he's very alarmed to hear that the D A is offering the accused killer. A plea bargain, reducing it from capital murder down to murder. Yeah, they asked him if he was on board with it. Absolutely not. I can forgive him, and I can hope that he does well in prison that he's taking my son away for life. You have to visit with my grandson and you know, he never father anymore. And he went on to say that if this actually this plea agreement is offered, and goes through that he plans on addressing the judge directly. And saying he is not for this, and I heard another sound bite from Travis County District Attorney Garza talking about how they feel for the families and all of the pain and anguish that they have gone through this time waiting and I It doesn't appear that way. It doesn't appear that way. Where In this case, you've got a guy who murdered someone's son and murdered someone else On top of that, that this wasn't the only person he murdered like that's not bad enough. He was willing to kill another person, as well as long as well as aggravated assault arrest he's had Unlicensed possession of a firearm he's had. He's got a long list of things, and he says, Well, he's only 26 now, so we really should consider that he gets a chance at Parole at some point and you look at the two that he just let go in this shooting that took place on sixth Street. Right? It doesn't sound like he's in office two Have justice done for any of the victims. It makes me think that he's cutting loose the 15 and 17 year old because of their age. Yeah, they're absolutely And when I see this criminal record of this guy accused of Murder in this other case. Uh, previous murder, aggravated assault, evading arrest, unlicensed possession of a firearm. Why was this guy even loose to go on and kill more people? That's that's a whole prosecutors like this D A. Garza, who says you're young, You obviously just made a mistake. Your brain isn't functioning right? Because you're still young. We're going to give you another opportunity and eat with each opportunity. He continued to show them that they made the wrong mistake or it could also be Judges handing out light sentences on these previous convictions, the state parole board cutting him loose because he's a young guy, Uh, just to illustrate so many so many problems that exist right now in the system. Here are the numbers 51283605 90. We also have news out of Detroit. Where the interim police chief announced to the public. We are bringing back special operations where we're going to go after and target violent criminals that have outstanding warrants, and we're going to go find him and bring him in, and they did it this week. Yeah, they have done two days of it in the first day. They got a lot of bad people off of the street for their efforts. This is Chief James White in Detroit. This is day two operation Restore.
"hardisty" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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"hardisty" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"The Texas House overwhelmingly passed legislation banning police choke holds all the omnibus George Floyd Act. Police Reform Bill never made it out of committee. Several of its provisions appear. Close to making it to Governor Abbott. The House passed legislation to limit the police use of chokeholds state. Rep. James White, sponsored it unless the restraint is necessary to prevent the serious bodily injury to or the death of the officer or another person. An amendment was added to the bill requiring officers to intervene when another officer is violating a citizen's constitutional rights. Texas Senate will still need to approve that amendment. Chris Fox News radio 1200 wook. Meantime, a sister of George Floyd says President Biden broke a promise to enact police reform legislation he had said yesterday. It's a deadline marking the one year anniversary of Floyd's murder in Minneapolis. The president met with several family members of the White House and said afterward he was optimistic lawmakers would reach an agreement after Memorial Day. A cop who held Floyd down will be sentenced next month. San Antonio police say a team was shot several times in a group of people drove up and opened fire with rifles at home on Hardisty near less hairs and drive on the far northwest side last night, more than 40 rounds were recovered at the scene. Six people were inside at the home of the time ranging in age from a toddler to someone in their thirties. A teenage boy was taken to the hospital and is expected to recover. A man lost his life this morning after being struck in the 9400 block apparent vital road by a driver that did not stop. Police say there are no witnesses to the Northeast side hit and run, and they're combing through surveillance video for clues that lead to the suspect. The victim is described as a homeless man in his sixties. Was walking on the sidewalk when he was struck and killed. Former President Trump says. We'll just have to keep fighting as a new grand jury is expected to decide whether to indict him. He calls it a continuation of the greatest witch hunt and American history. New York prosecutors will present evidence in a criminal investigation into Trump and his company looking at potential tax and bank related fraud. Washington Post is the grand jury will sit three days a week for six months, and there's growing push to investigate the origins of Corona virus. That's because new information continues to emerge about a possible covert leak from a Wuhan lab that launched a global pandemic. Baylor infectious disease expert Dr Peter Hotez. Says. We need an international investigation and we need to allow months for the research. There's a method to do it. There's a way to get to the bottom of it, but it requires transparency from the Chinese government. House Republicans are demanding a full and complete investigation of China's alleged role in the origins of Cove ID. I'm Beth Myers News radio 1200 W. O Ai and some Republicans are accusing Dr Anthony Fauci of constantly flip flopping on covert related issues like the origin of the virus and mask wearing On Tuesday, House Red Warren Davidson of Ohio proposed the fired act whose acronym stands for Fauci, and Confidence requires early dismissal. W Away I news time, a 37 traffic and weather together in a minute. But first to check of your money on the.
"hardisty" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Allegations against the former president, D. A. Cyrus Vance has been investigating the Trump Organization for years. But convening the grand jury could mean he's found evidence of a crime. The Washington Post says. Vance is looking Into claims the Trump Organization manipulated property evaluations and compensation packages. Trump is calling this grand jury the continuation of the greatest witch hunt in American history. The lawmakers are still pushing to get to the bottom of the coronavirus origins. Many believe the virus came from a lab in Wuhan, China, and that American health agencies gave researchers money that was used to make Corona virus is more deadly for study purposes. But many health experts say it's more likely that the virus came from an animal such as a bat. Arkansas Republican Senator Tom Cotton was one of the first opposed the lab theory over a year ago. Virus probably came from those labs. I mean, originally just a few blocks down the road from them in a city larger than New York, not exactly known for its large bat population. But because the media doesn't like my politics and because President Trump said the same thing. The media lied in this spun and they covered up for the Chinese Communist Party. In effect, we'll both the Republicans and the lead US infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci, says the investigations and DeKoven 19 origin should continue. Governor Greg Abbott signed a bill into law that prevents Texas cities from banning natural gas. Abbott took to Twitter, saying liberal cities are denying people the choice on how they want to power their homes. Texans have the full choice about how they want to power their moms, including towards the natural gas house fell. 17 was signed by the governor yesterday and goes into law effective immediately. He adds that the city of Austin has tried to limit its residents to natural gas resource is Democrats are trying to pass legislation to increase voter access about a Senate filibuster stands in its way. Republican Congressman Chip Roy of the San Antonio area, says his party needs to grow a spine and opposed the expansion of mail in ballots. Republicans claim that the so called for the People Act would make it easier to vote but also easier to cheat. If passed, would allow states to automatically send voters of ballot based on voter rolls, which the GOP points out are inaccurate. It also would wipe out voter I d. The head of Homeland Security, says he wants to see changes in immigration and customs enforcement. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro New York has said his agency is reviewing ice and its priorities and he wants to make significant changes. In Washington Post interview. Mayorkas said he wants ice to focus on public safety, but when it comes to change, he wasn't specific. He said. What those changes will be I am wrestling with right now. That compass is there's been a drastic reduction in the number of illegal immigrants. Isis arrested recently, the Biden administration put out guidelines on who should be arrested, saying Agent should target recent border crossers and national security threats. Last month, Border Patrol saw 178,000 encounters compared to just 17,000 in April of 2020. San Antonio police. A teenager was shot several times in a group drove up and opened fire with rifles at home on Hardisty near less hairs and drive on the far northwest side. Late last night, more than 40 rounds were recovered at the scene. Six people were inside the home of the time ranging in age from a toddler to someone in their thirties. The teenage boy was taken to the hospital and is expected to recover. Police are investigating but have no suspects. All Senator Rand Paul's blaming social media for a threat that was made against him a suspicious package containing a white powder in an envelope with a threat arrived at Senator Paul's Kentucky home Monday. Paul says Twitter allowing C list celebrities to encourage violence against him and his family led to the threat. Earlier this week, 19 eighties pop star Richard Marx tweeted that if he ever met the senator's neighbor who broke his ribs in a 2017 property dispute. Marks would hug him and buy him as many drinks as he can consume All Florida ST. John's County School board is taking action after a yearbook controversy that made National news dozens of girls at Bartram Trail High School at their yearbook photos altered without their permission in order to cover up cleavage. School board yesterday announced it would form a committee to review the dress code.
Portland police union president resigns over ‘serious, isolated mistake’ related to city commissioner
"After making a serious mistake related to a hit and run instant that falsely implicated City Committee. Nor joy and hard to Steve Portland Police investigated and cleared Hardisty in the incident after identifying a 65 year old Vancouver woman as the person who actually hit another driver, March 3rd, near one 48th and East Burnside in a news release. The union did not elaborate on the missed a contractor made, saying only that it was not driven by malice. The mayor Ted Wheeler, the police commissioner, issued a statement demanding to know what the mistake was and calling for an internal investigation to clarify The Union's previous executive director, Darrell Turner, will now take over. His interim president in the wooden two of festival opens this Friday and will run through May. 2nd. There are 2 20 Acre fields of tulips for you to enjoy covered 19
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"The Senate impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump ended Saturday night with his acquittal. He had been charged with inciting the January 6th assault on the U. S Capitol. The trial's end, of course, did not put to rest and number of tough political questions and in fact, May have underscored how difficult they will be to answer questions like Where does the Republican Party go from here? NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith joins us now to talk about what is next. Hey, Tam. Hey, all right, so let's start with the right at the Capitol. I mean, these impeachment proceedings are over. But then House Speaker Nancy Pelosi sends a letter to House Democrats calling for a bipartisan investigation into what happened on January. 6. Can you just talk about how would that be different from what happened all last week? The idea would be to establish a bipartisan commission like was created after 9 11 to go into the security failures that led to the capital being overrun as well as the causes of the right and the response once it was going There were a number of fax from the day of the attack that house impeachment managers talked about, but we're based on news reports. The idea here would be to establish a historical record of that terrible day and the events around it and hopefully answer some of the unanswered questions left by the impeachment trial. This would require legislation to establish the commission. And it would also take some bipartisan agreement on who should be on it. Or the scope of the investigation, too. Okay, so it could be a long time coming Well, one thing that was very clear. Watching these impeachment proceedings unfold is that there are huge riffs in the Republican Party right now. We just talk a little bit about that. How much do you think this party will try to distance itself from Trump going forward? That is the big question, And I think it's pretty safe to say that this trial did not solve it for them or for us trying to trying to figure out what's going on. Trump remains popular with Republican voters. Maybe not all 74 million of them who voted for him, but a lot of them. And the debate among Republicans is really spelled out by what happened with minority leader Mitch McConnell in the Senate, who gave a speech completely blasting Trump after voting to acquit him. And then Kevin McCarthy, who in the immediate aftermath of the January 6th attack, gave a speech on the House floor, laying blame at President Trump but has since gone down to mar a Lago to make peace with him. You know, they both want to be the leaders of the You know, they want to be in the majority again in 2022. They likely are going to need trump and they're definitely going to need his base to get there. Well, do we know at this point Anything about what Trump's next move would be Well, we know he's in Florida. He is laying low. His aides tell me that at this point, he is not immediately planning to hold post acquittal event or press conference. But that could change. He hinted in the statement He put out over the weekend that he wants to continue to have a voice in politics. And if the past is a guide, he will likely try to exact revenge on those who weren't totally loyal to him. 100% of the time. I'm also thinking about a year ago when he was acquitted the last time and he had this big rally type of end in the East Room of the White House, and there were people there, including Mitch McConnell and Senator Bill Cassidy, who were shouted out as You know, great guys. And now Cassidy voted against Trump. He voted to convict him right well. President. Biden, meanwhile, had tried to keep his distance from the impeachment process, saying it was up to Congress to deal with all that. Now that impeachment is over, Tam, Where does Biden's agenda stand? Well, he is still pushing to get Congress to pass is $1.9 Trillion covert relief package. He'll be essentially campaigning for this week in Wisconsin with the town Hall style event televised tomorrow and also visiting a Fizer facility in Michigan later in the week. Democrats in the House are working through a draft of that bill that could then be sent to the Senate. It looks like they all likelihood are going it alone on will not be seeking broad bipartisan Republicans support for it. That is NPR. White House correspondent Tamara Keith. Thank you, Tam. You're welcome. The U. S is on track for the deadliest avalanche season in half a decade. Three more people died in the back country in Colorado and Montana over the weekend. NPR's Brian Mann reports. Dave's in is an Avalanche forecaster in the Gallatin National Forest in Montana. He says two people set out yesterday on snowboards to ride an area called Beehive Basin. As they were climbing up to the ridge line, and they triggered the avalanche of the slope fractured and cracked around them. One was able to fight his way off the slab. Grabbing trees. Zin says the second border couldn't fight free and died after being swept down the slope. He impacted a tree, and that's where he came to rest to others. The skier into snowmobiler also died Sunday in separate incidents in Colorado. Experts say Avalanche conditions or particularly treacherous this winter because of snow fall patterns across much of the West through Hardisty is an avalanche forecaster in Utah. My 21 year career forecasting. I have not seen that we're we've issued an avalanche warning for the entire state. It's common for 11 or 12 people to die each winter in backcountry avalanches in the U. S. This year. The toll is already 25 1 thing. Setting the season apart. Hardest, he says, is the number of avalanches killing more than one skier this year alone throughout the western Alaska, there have been multiple fatality events. Colorado has had one Alaska had a triple fatality, and now we have just suffered a quadruple fatality that just as easily could have been seven people killed in that avalanche that day, according to national statistics compiled by the Colorado Avalanche Information Center. More than a third of avalanche deaths so far this year involved these group accidents. Ethan Green, the center's director, says that's made February deadly in a way he's never seen. We don't see multiple multiple fatality accidents within a short period of time. There's really only a couple of times. That we've seen that in the last, you know, 60 years, Green says forecasters are working to get the word out that people heading out on skis or snowmobiles need to be extra cautious. It's safe to say that we are having a bad year. It's more of a question of how bad it's going to be. Green says people should check forecasts and have the right training and equipment before visiting areas away from commercial ski areas where avalanches are possible. Ryan Man NPR news. For the first time ever. Women are training to be Marines at boot camp in San Diego. The Marines were the last of the armed services to separate men and women at boot camp until Congress ordered them to make recruit training coed. The new recruits started last week. Steve Walsh with member station KPBS has been following them and has this report. Thank you. Yeah..
"hardisty" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I'm Elsa Chang. The Senate impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump ended Saturday night with his acquittal. He had been charged with inciting the January 6th assault on the U. S Capitol. The trial's end, of course, did not put to rest a number of tough political questions. And in fact, May have underscored how difficult they will be to answer questions like Where does the Republican Party go from here? NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith joins us now to talk about what is next. Hey, Tam. Hey, all right, so let's start with the right at the Capitol. I mean, these impeachment proceedings are over. But then House Speaker Nancy Pelosi sends a letter to House Democrats calling for a bipartisan investigation into what happened on January 6th. Can you just talk about? How would that be different from what happened all last week? Well, the idea would be to establish a bipartisan commission like was created after 9 11 to go into the security failures that led to the capital being overrun as well as the causes of the right and the response once it was going There were a number of fax from the day of the attack that house impeachment managers talked about, but we're based on news reports. The idea here would be to establish a historical record of that terrible day and the events around it and hopefully answer some of the unanswered questions left by the impeachment trial. This would require legislation to establish the commission. And it would also take some bipartisan agreement on who should be on it. Or the scope of the investigation, too. Okay, so it could be a long time coming Well, one thing that was very clear. Watching these impeachment proceedings unfold is that there are huge riffs in the Republican Party right now. We just talk a little bit about that. How much do you think this party will try to distance itself from Trump going forward? That is the big question, And I think it's pretty safe to say that this trial did not solve it for them or for us trying to trying to figure out what's going on. Trump remains popular with Republican voters. Maybe not all 74 million of them who voted for him, but a lot of them. And the debate among Republicans is really spelled out by what happened with minority leader Mitch McConnell in the Senate, who gave a speech completely blasting Trump after voting to acquit him. And then Kevin McCarthy, who in the immediate aftermath of The January 6th attack, gave a speech on the house floor laying blame at President Trump but has since gone down to mar a Lago to make peace with him. You know, they both want to be The leaders of you know, they want to be in the majority again in 2022. They likely are going to need trump and they're definitely going to need his base to get there. Well, do we know at this point anything about what Trump's next move would be Well, we know he's in Florida. He is laying low. His aides tell me that at this point, he is not immediately planning to hold post acquittal event or press conference. But that could change. He hinted in the statement He put out over the weekend that he wants to continue to have a voice in politics. And if the past is a guide, he will likely try to exact revenge on those who weren't totally loyal to him. 100% of the time. I'm also thinking about a year ago when he was acquitted the last time and he had this big rally type of end in the East Room of the White House. And there were people there, including Mitch McConnell and Senator Bill Cassidy, who were shouted out as you know, great guys. And now Cassidy voted against Trump. He voted to convict him right well. President. Biden, meanwhile, had tried to keep his distance from the impeachment process, saying it was up to Congress to deal with all that. Now that impeachment is over, Tam, Where does Biden's agenda stand? Well, he is still pushing to get Congress to pass is $1.9 Trillion covert relief package. He'll be essentially campaigning for this week in Wisconsin with the town Hall style event televised tomorrow and also visiting a Fizer facility in Michigan later in the week. Democrats in the House are working through a draft of that bill that could then be sent to the Senate. It looks like they all likelihood are going it alone on will not be seeking broad bipartisan Republicans support for it. That is NPR. White House correspondent Tamara Keith. Thank you, Tam. You're welcome. The U. S is on track for the deadliest avalanche season in half a decade. Three more people died in the back country in Colorado and Montana over the weekend. NPR's Brian Mann reports. Dave's in is an Avalanche forecaster in the Gallatin National Forest in Montana. He says two people set out yesterday on snowboards to ride an area called Beehive Basin. As they were climbing up to the ridge line, and they triggered the avalanche of the slope fractured and cracked around them. One was able to fight his way off the slab. Grabbing trees. Zen says the second border couldn't fight free and died after being swept down the slope. He impacted a tree, and that's where he came to rest to others. The skier and a snowmobiler also died Sunday in separate incidents in Colorado. Experts say Avalanche conditions are particularly treacherous this winter because of snow fall patterns across much of the West through Hardisty is an avalanche forecaster in Utah. My 21 year career forecasting. I have not seen that we're we've issued an Avalanche Warren for the entire state. It's common for 11 or 12 people to die each winter in backcountry avalanches in the U. S. This year. The toll is already 25 1 thing. Setting the season apart. Hardest, he says, is the number of avalanches killing more than one skier this year alone throughout the western Alaska, there have been multiple fatality events..
"hardisty" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Program. I'm your host, Joe Clark. And I'm Daryn Hardisty. Happy to have you along. Hey, you know I grew up in was born in the late sixties. So I got to experience late sixties mid sixties whose line? Um, I got to experience This rise of inflation, the gas lines that we had, you know, some of the crazy stuff that was going on. I got to watch this peak of inflation, which was actually 1980. The average 30 year mortgage in the United States that your pop quiz for the day. What was what was the average 30 year Mortgage Darren in 1980 think was wrong. 17% 18% pretty clothes on. I'll give you some credit Ronald Reagan and just taken office we actually had an engineer who had 22% was his 30 year mortgage rate. On and in Indianapolis. Know why, Darren Buddy? Your math guy, right? Your former math teacher. Why in the world do you suppose anybody would pay 22% for a mortgage. Well, I think the world would go crazy. If that was the case today, people wouldn't understand. But I I know that mortgage interest is tax deductible, so that would um possibly be a Some kind of a write off. So when you and Morgan decided to get your house today, right, you did it because you were getting a tax deduction. Absolutely not. Why did you do it? We wanted a home to live in. Well, why? So that we could raise our family. So you had three little kids, and you needed a place to put them to sleep right? And that's what mommies and daddies do right. So there is a big believer that The average consumer does stuff based on the interest rates. Right there. They, you know many act. Many economists believe that that is purely the driver. The Federal Reserve used to believe that they could raise interest rates to slow down the economy, like anybody want to slow down, right, but what you have inside of inflation. Write. Anything up to 4.5% is is really deemed okay. Once you go about 4.5 people start to quiver a little bit. You start to hear this word. Hyper inflation, right? You know, which has been a large part of my life, not I am not a conspiracy theorist at all. But I will tell you that I believe inflation is much higher than what you hear in the CPI I It's braced on two things, goods and services, right. I think services are accelerating at a much higher rate than the inflationary rate that we hear. Right and products that you're buying for your kitchen and everywhere else are deflating because we can get them from other. You know, we could get a couch from China, right? I can't have my hair cut in China, right? This the the people who help with the yard. Right. You know any of those services that you have have to be right here. Let's go ahead and and hit this. So what? What is the difference? And if you don't explain this to your kids back at school What is the difference between inflation and deflation? It follows explaining it. I would start with just the value of the dollar. You would say. How much can this dollar by and if you're experiencing a lot of inflation, your dollar just its purchasing power becomes less. It's just not gonna be able to buy as much. As it did before. Where deflation Your dollars. Going to be more valuable is going be able to buy more things than it did before. But there's consequences to both of those things. So why does if that's the case? Was pretty simplistic and accurate Answer. The widest deflation scare the heebie jeebies out of the Federal Reserve. Deflation means that the people who are providing services or goods are going to be making less. They're not gonna be able to stay. Um, you know, the last time we experienced major deflation was in the 19 thirties on we all know, the 19 thirties. You know, the economy just wasn't doing too great. So I think keeping the engine roaring and making sure that people are able to spend their money. People are able to sell their goods and services and make sure that you know, Rick constantly moving up. Is always a good thing. If you start to deflate you make that dollar more valuable than it needs to be. Then that just kind of drags the rest of the economy down with it just because you have too much and then people, you know they can't sell their items to have a profit and only only bad things come from there. Tax revenues. Fall wages tend to fall. Nothing good comes from it. But the biggest thing and I will tell you the federal Reserve. I think his delusionary and their ability to believe they can control the economy, but they certainly try and they have a mandate from Congress to attempt to do so right. They have What they call full employment on appropriate price appreciation, right? And so the belief on in Capitol Hill and in most business schools As if I raised the interest rate higher. By definition, I will slow the economy, right. Um in that might work when you're younger, But it doesn't work. The less debt you have, the less you could care about the interest rate, right? I mean, You know, it's if you're carrying a lot of dead on a credit card, Then you care about this right? But the older you get the less The less that impacts your the decisions that you make. There is no known mechanism to fight deflation. Right when when the cost of items go down By definition, I have more discretionary income. How do you speed me up? You can't put more money in the system. I've already got money. Right there. There is no known and so Now you just kind of sit there. You twiddle your thumbs and you pray, you know, that's that's something is going to drive. Drive you out of this and so You know, that really is the difference in terms of what's going on. You can. You know, we used to say we used to say you can only drop interest rate so far right to zero, And now we have negative rates, you know, So the feat of that kind of well, um, Yeah, well, you know, I've heard of interesting statistic between checking accounts and money market accounts or somewhere around $8 trillion in cash sitting in those accounts right now. Is that going to that much cash on the sidelines, you know, receiving all this stimulus money, All these things that are coming out all of the people who went through 2008 experiencing what it felt like to have that long period of time of, you know of the recession. Um, well, that having a deflationary impact by having that much cash that's not being put into the market actively go into the economy active, you know, The interesting thing is, if you put 30 economist in a room and asking that question, you'd have 37 answers. I mean, they won't even agree with themselves, right? I mean, there. There. There's um There's a lot of reasons to speculate. The answer to that question is both. Yes and no and it it really does come down to who gets the checks, right? So For those of you who have paid attention to the news lately in the marketplace, you've heard a lot about this place called Robin Hood. You know, And what happened is we watched a lot of people open up accounts that happen. Brokerage accounts for the first time in their lives that happen to be identical to the amount of stimulus money they got. Right. And so the money went into our market, pointing out and pretty much arguing that they didn't need the money right. It was going in. It went in tow my world into the investment world. And created some havoc for the record. But there's other people who really, really need it. I mean, we we live in a world and you never Now then you'll hear an economist talk about the difference in The separation of wages right that the rich are getting richer and the poor getting poor. That is perhaps never been so true is right now and and it's because of the wealth index. It's not the income index as much. It's the people who already have assets who are watching a market that's going up, you know, 45% and a quarter on D. Obviously, that doesn't happen all the time that it's been happening. Right. The market even had good returns through 2020 on so you the people who had assets have more. Yeah, right. And people who are starting out have less that by itself creates what should be inflationary pressure, but you've got to get people to want to buy it..
"hardisty" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast
"As far as fossil fuels. Nosso oiling ashtray. And it's concerning it. It's really concerning canadians telling themselves about why this happened. I mean it's one thing to be like well. President biden wanted to cancel it but he has to have push pressure behind him to do it so that in and that's where the web starts getting pretty deep or whatever. But i made that. We don't do ourselves any favors in canada because we are. We are at a point where we're not really energy sufficient rated ourselves by staying within the borders of canada. It was one videos that i did have gals called energy. East kind of This this summer there. Were you know our crude oil comes. From alberta airing candidate were also on sex larger second largest oil producers in canada. Here scheduled in what we do right now is mostly what you see on. The eastern coast to canada's is eastern. Canada actually imports oil from saudi russia venezuela. Us Instead of keeping canadian oil flowing across canada or desk all the energies pipeline. This is back in two thousand seventeen. I believe it was when it got. Actually it was a plan from a from. Tc energy with a pipeline was only fifteen hundred kilometers of additional wine that needed to be built on top of existing infrastructure which were to take him Oil from hardisty alberta all the way to to the refineries in saint johns new brunswick alberta crude is a is a requires a little bit of special attention to be able to refine and we actually don't supply enough of it to eastern canada. Were wound up. Happening is tc energy got got kyw botched after our our fearless leader. Justin overpower in candidate here. And what we've done lately Is in in the wave of the pandemic. that's been going on. We actually want to have an issue to special permits for it but we actually shipped a low low several loads of crude From from the oil sands in alberta which actually wound up having to come backwards down over up.
"hardisty" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"With 1 30 Report. I'm Jack Crumley breaking now. In Washington today, paying tribute to Capitol police officer Brian Sick Nick, who died from his injuries following the January 6th attack on the Capitol sick, Nick's remains have been lying in honor in the Capitol Rotunda. They will tell you that he took great pride in his job. Never more so than when he became a mountain bike officer on the first responders unit. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says officer Sick Nick was well respected within the department. He says he was a peacekeeper in the wrong place at the wrong time. His remains will be buried at Arlington National Cemetery, not in attendance for today's ceremony. Former President Trump who's been impeached on one count of inciting insurrection. The speech he gave to supporters at a stop the steel rally where he continued to falsely claim that he won the election. Thousands of people at that rally violently forced their way into the capital. Afterward. Federal agents are still looking for suspects. In that case. The president's impeachment trial in the Senate is scheduled for next week. Now the latest traffic and weather together from the UC Health Traffic Center. You see health cardiology provides the region's most advanced heart care program. Visit you see health dot com slash heart for details. Cruiser cleaning up the removal of a truck from an accident yesterday on South Bound 71 before the 1 27 Glencoe exit One lanes blocked expected DeLay is traffic is slow to get by. Couple of injury accidents, one on Herschel Avenue near Hardisty Avenue in Mount Look out the other Glenn Way Avenue between Ferguson and Budino and a power outage in the area of 27 Hamilton Cleaves Road, So you may encounter traffic lights that aren't working in the area. Treat those as a four way stop. I'm Rob Williams news radio 700 wlw. The Lady's forecast from the train heating and cooling weather Center on news radio 700 wlw temperatures end up in the mid thirties of South Newman.
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"Culture we have to change. I mean, we have to change. These are things that really probably should have never existed in the first place in the world in this show. What do you stand on all of your skipper for the next 2.5 months as a brother, Chris Minor busy while your hands Hardisty had lights inside the boat that old time short guided riverboat. Ryan takes guests on a winding cruise across Asia, Africa and South America. At the very end is one controversial part. An indigenous man holding up several shrunken heads. Rollins College English professor and Zimmerman says that's not the only one she studies. The story's Disney tells its guests on rides like the Jungle Cruise. They had the union Jack flying in the boat. Right. And you have these, um, colonizers getting attacked by a tribe of indigenous people. In part of the original narrative, updating rides based on evolving cultural norms isn't new and it isn't you for Disney. Andy Millman teaches theme park and a traction management at the University of Central Florida several years ago, a show in the Pirates of the Caribbean or seen removed a scene. Depicting a woman being sold as a slave, Norman said. If anything, technology and a nationwide reckoning around race are speeding these changes in June, Disney announced a new theme for Splash Mountain after 20,000 people signed an online petition. The original ride is based on the movie The song of the South, which draws on caricatures of enslaved black people, and they want to stay. Contemporary. They want to stay current. Not to offend anybody. And, as you probably know, social media is a very, very quick way to criticize any type of experience. A seam park is not a time capsule, says Rick Menorahs and economic analyst with the Motley Fool, he says, while Disney himself embrace progress and built it into his company's business model, Menorahs says. Even if some fans are upset by these changes, they won't be for long. They succumb to it. You know, they could be angry about the change at the Pirates of the Caribbean ride a couple years ago, but they're on the ride again. They're having fun. Back a Disney Springs. Corey Shining says he's excited to take his grandson on the jungle cruise when they return, even if it's different from how he remembers it as a kid, we should all be evolving and.
"hardisty" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Good on the promise of the president's climate vision as being one that on net creates far more jobs, millions. We hope this is a test of the emergency alert system. This concludes this test of the emergency alert system. Nothing you didn't know. Hey, you who works on the pipeline? Hey, 50 year old you who works on the pipeline. Go get yourself retrained. Why not? It would have been better if people would just judge just said, learn to code. It would have been better. It would have been just easier. Tol Splain learn to code was something that was said on social media specifically Twitter When, um When newspapers were laying people off. Right on people like we'll learn to code and it was considered an insult to journalists. As a matter of fact, they considered it some level of hate speech and would block you on social media on Twitter. If you use the hashtag That's that's everything. But a judge just said. That is a stunning, stunning answer. That is and should reverberate around the Midwest. Cause that's who he's talking to notice. Nobody on the coasts, not a single person in New York or San Francisco will get affected. Doc Kaiser, who's You're like me? That guy's Indiana Could give to you know Whats About you. If you're in Nebraska, you know what people to judge thinks of you. You understand? This thing starts in in Hardisty. Right? The existing pipeline system. Cuts through the Dakotas into Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma and down into Texas. Keystone Project sweeps it around, saving some time going through Montana. Kind of hitting that little corner there where it means North Dakota through South Dakota into Nebraska. Steel city, Nebraska If we want to be specific And this is what Pete Buddha judge thinks of you in order. They're going to create these so called climate jobs, which you're not going to be available to get. You would think you would say now, the people in Nebraska. They don't have to worry, because here's what we're gonna do. No, he just said it's a hope. Wow..