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"jason nelson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
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"jason nelson" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
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"jason nelson" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"So yeah. That's that's my Juno gets stories so that just tack rafting seems to be a theme of ours that were were running into all these people. That are pack rafting What kind of got you started down. That road Well I can't you know I grew up in Maine and New Hampshire so being around. Water was natural thing not so much Whitewater but we had lakes and ponds and the ocean And so that was kind of my youth. I guess I'd say and then I did a little bit of Kayaking Inc probably around two thousand or so maybe left. I moved here a and Add some shoulder dislocation issues so I decided that it seemed unpredictable and dropped out of the boating seen before I got into it And then a friend of Mine Lizzy scully. Who had just started working out PACA? It's like oh you gotta come try it and I was like all right all right. I'll crafting and sure enough. It was Super Fun and wasn't long before I was ordering my ipad craft and Planning Pack Rafting Adventures with friends and trying to like get to know some of the community After you know spending much of my life focused on climbing for twenty or so years I was certainly ready to have some influences and other ideas like climbing was starting to feel like Carnac going down to do the same thing. He can. A lot of work. Chaining the keep climbing a harder grade all the time or even the same heart grades. I I used to Crafting is opened up. This whole new world where I can go down rivers and even as I got back and forth Colorado I I've looked at the cliffs millions and millions of times now and now I can look at the rivers to look at you know the the rapids conditions and kind of a whole new thing to get excited about. Have you have you mixed climbing in? Pack Rafting. His pack rafting open up any climbing free. I actually have. I've mixed pack Hughes aircraft to get the ice climbs which is Kinda funny And that idea. I guess initially started on the trip. I did to Norway with Stephen Bear winger. I hadn't been there but he had been a few times and the of climbing there ready. And he's like yeah we're gonNA bring paths to you know. Go access these crimes across the fjords that you can't it. I'm like well that sounds interesting. You know getting getting an inflatable boat in the winter in northern Norway way about within the Arctic Circle with a bunch of sharp things like news like oh I forget. The climbers new some teams guy. Yeah he did it on like an S. U. P. and like cross. It can't be that bad and I'm like yeah. We're talking like winter. Water temperatures and stuff but okay. I'll go along with it and we did. We brought the pack up all around but then ended up using MS to Wendy to bring him out on the More recently like you know down the line after I bought my own and everything I bet like in Glenwood Canyon. You gotta like paddle across the Colorado River reach some climbs And things of that nature Yeah going out and cold water. Like a whole `nother level of danger but It also allows you to access things even like close to the road that most people can't get to so they're not going to be crowded or Hacked out we say So yeah I haven't met mixed it with rock climbing yet but I'm sure I will before long. Sure at least as access you start you know you put you wait. Say like you bring too much gear and you start limiting what you can do. Although the Grand Canyon impact crafts this winter and found you can actually put a lot weight in one of those both And they'll still perform well so we had to. We're almost self supported bike but just the crafts we had one big raft So boats were loaded to the hill and I could like not even really pick my not by myself so it's pretty heavy And you did the whole Grand Canyon. This winter then. Yeah Yeah Charlie. Yeah.
"jason nelson" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"Ninety nine percent of the people they think that's totally nuts and suicidal System seems to work. I haven't tried it myself Righty of other bizarre systems. They have like another one to `fiddlesticks where it's like a cotter pin almost in this your health system So that repel down single line and again you pull a another line and the whole anchor just like untie itself and falls down and you have to really make sure that that doesn't happen while you're repelling or you're going these kind of like thought processes would like blow the minds of most rock climbers That are used to like a bolted. Anchor so it's it's interesting. How Adventures put into the sport. You know I guess. I climbers don't like to have a lot of adventure in their repels. There doesn't need to be but canyoneering. That's kind of like the core part of the sport you repelling these big spaces and they love it. Grammars love going up so I it's interesting and you might be a slippery waterfall with a whole host of other villages in the canyoneering environment oil. Oh Yeah can you. Nearing can make repelling pretty yet. Well I guess adventurous or potentially dangerous. Zip waters hit new from a waterfall. That usually it's cold at least around here until your breath away and then it's also you know you're losing your footwork trying to push you upside down It can get quite uncomfortable in what was the name of the the sand Tarp it's called the sand trap anchored and you can look it up on. Youtube is probably the most entertaining way. Watch people repelling off these things and I think they're nuts. It's encouraging critter. When you go check it out at least once threatened. Be like okay. I mean not that. That's the best definition of canyoneering bet. it'll show you something. Just kinda crazy well. I think it's a good like that like Example of the thought process of by the leave no trace and they a very interesting technical solution to you know accomplish like leave no trace down canyon And then the you know Kenyans are also rapidly changing not quite as fast as nice climb but more so than say a rock climb because they have you know they flash flood which means logs get moved and boulders get moved in them and that can wipe out any existing anchors. There's all kinds of Water levels will make a big difference in the canyon to if a pot holes full of water that you need to cross That may totally change the techniques. You need to use to get through it. Especially in the southwest. You also have the risk of flash flooding within specific canyons and stuff as well. So it's it's got a lot of variables. Yeah I got surprised with the PLAS. Flood wants And it was. It was pretty scary like you. You were you're in a like canyoneering so we I was Guiding a group of Eighth Graders I think from Kentucky and That morning actually had a conversation with my The lead guide and the boss. I'm like you know Wendy Wendy. Call the trip off. And he's like oh I pretty much never called one off in this canyon and It's really safe and such. There's all these various escapes out of the Canyon and I was like Oh okay. Great so I'll tell you what we're hiking up. You know to start the Canyon and it's raining as we hike up. Maybe it started raining when we got there regardless of Rian for like twenty minutes and we stopped and had some food and get the kids out of the water and stuff and And it was nice again. So we're like. Oh all right cool. Everything seem safe and You know there's no obvious warning signs So we started down the Canyon and It was short beginner canyon to it's not like particularly extreme But we did like a real short repel into this cool little like I guess you'd call it a groom Where it's a tight slot. It's probably like six feet wide or something I think. Put my hands on either side span the gap and got like a couple of kids down in there and we were kind of it up so that they would have another short repel to get out. I had like four kids in there and one of the instructors and all of a sudden we could hear this like sound coming down the canyon. I think I overheard a voice of some other canyoneering party. Going like over. Here comes the water and It was like somebody turned a faucet on and what was dry canyon now became a creek so water poured into our room and filled it up and it was only I dunno calf deep or something because the then poured out the next one But it happened pretty fast. No okay I'm back Happen fast and you know. Got The kids out of there by lowering and lower them down through the waterfall so they kind of like extreme experienced than they bargained for and by the time. I got them all out. The water had stopped pouring. And you know it was Kinda. It was scary. But there's nothing like there was no extreme hazards Aside from like you know the imagine potential But it's definitely a shot across the bow In terms of you know worrying about that And thinking about that for future future judgment calls How long do you think it took from the time? It's quit raining to the water. Actually getting to you. It was probably half an hour an hour because these were all like kids like the first time repelling Her to get yeah. It was probably know by the time. We got him like geared up and then there so it must have just been enough time for this like sandstone based on all the little bits water. You know to gather up and come down and it wasn't you know wasn't that far wasn't that big of a basement. I guess you'd say In terms of South West became It wasn't like you know. Twenty miles of base in or anything it was probably like a mile or two maybe probably mile Above us that continued so Yeah that kind of stuff can Certainly catch you off guard and they tell that story just because like I want to say like it can happen to everybody like even if you feel like you're know what you're doing and you feel like you're making good judgement calls and you've done your research get surprised now you've also done some more remote stuff like in Alaska. I know you you used to at least go area and do a lot of first climbs and stuff as well. Yeah starting in two thousand and nine A friend of mine who was on Outdoor research team with me Said Hey WANNA go up to Juno I got a friend up there and Supposed to be some great rock climbing like story. That sounds great. We got some. You know little bit of information against started and you know turned out. I get stuck in the tent for a week and I hate this guy. Then you know. I haven't had a Lotta time to get to know him anyway so up because you never know fear right you go somewhere and you get stuck in the tent for a while you might like the longer be out the other side and I'd say that a little bit jokingly but So we went out there and we ended up staying with Ryan. Johnson The connection Blake and I had an amazing trip. We flew up and we got We did like four big routes and five days and three of which refers to send out on the Mendenhall Towers and he was like twelve hundred foot faces that stick up out of the ice deal. It's a really dramatic setting All around you you see. Like glacier and rock spire sticking out then you can see all the way down to the kind of the Ocean. But it's just the inside passage way 'cause they're still islands full mountains all over the place it's a bit like never never So we had a fantastic trip and Ryan was like. Hey man you gotta come back and go ice climbing knew I loved ice cutting and like all right cool so a couple of years later. I showed up with my ice gear and We went out and And which trip was this And we went to a place called Bart Lake and we found some big first ascents one thousand feet vertical. The whole way with no alleges. They came back a couple of years later and we did this. Really cool boat trip for we We chartered a boat for a week. We had a crew of like six. Six climbers and went back into tracy arm FJORD. What's on that? Boat is about a five hour boat ride from Juno and Juno has no roads going to it. So we're just like that's how far you know out in the Wilderness. We were And I think we saw like one other boat on the way in there maybe the whole trip And at. I we didn't see any ice because it's it's coastal and you're right on the water And but the the cloud wear layer was low. We like flow today. And we're like oh no. We got skunk. You know we got like six people together here and we're paying all this money and there's no ice But the next morning With a because the what is it fewer so deep anchor the Bowdoin that we'd have to like drive it in and out each day So we're driving in early in the morning and Ryan comes down and wakes me up and he's like J. K. You GotTa Come See. This brings me up on deck and we look out and you know appear on the Fjord side. You callers huge cliff. He giant three stripes vice coming down. Like oh wow crap we gotta get ready. We're going to go climb this And it took US three attempts to get up and climbed that thing. Just figuring out the approach and What else just the first couple pitches were kinda like half raw. Did Not really in and sorting logistics and in our third try. We finally were able to complete the whole face Then they had a number of other Trips up there with Ryan both rock climbing and ice climbing And then unfortunately he passed away. I think it's been two years ago now on the Mendenhall Towers They finished a a big Ice Klein. Ryan had dreaming for. She's probably about a decade. I remember am showing pictures of it to me and talking about it kind of little sad. I didn't get the call to go do with them But they finish the root and then they walked across the top and beautiful day and then as they were descending. We don't know exactly what happened. But we assume like a coroner's might have broken off the summit ridge and push them into and Crevasse and.
"jason nelson" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"Going out and doing climbs before they've been conned a lot because well you got a lot bigger challenge And you Kinda get to choose pass whereas once they've been climbed to bunch where you swing your ice axe the the holes of sort of formed already and you end up inadvertently following other people's pass which you know. I it kind of lessons difficulty. So sometimes you're happy for that but that raw natural fight you know special into for people that might not know or have gone ice climbing you. What you're saying is if somebody does it before you they've they've already kind of put holes in the ice and say when you're looking at it you can be like It's obviously easier for me to put my ice tool in here because there's already a whole versus having to kind of make a whole myself. Yeah save a lot of energy so even if some things then climbed once like I do WanNa be the second person and even having the pick holes from the first person makes it significantly easier. You probably won't be able to find every single one but you know even a third of them is going to make it a bit easier. Now there's situations where you know you have melt and freeze or waters flowing over and now a cover up and read the holes for the next day But yeah and General Ed. What the more climb has been done. It usually teams here in easier. Easier and easier not as climate change sort of change some of these climbs over time to like ten years ago. This was always an and now. It's not a question you know. There's a lot of factors that seem to affect what how and when I come in and I think there's you know a lot of local discussion and to you know what's GonNa make for good icier or what's GonNa you know. Make some climber all excited about come in this year I'm sometimes we think it's like you know. General Moisture in the crown in times of drought tend to not yield is good. Ice Climbing obviously Sometimes it's like a wet fall there things where I think like he got all this groundwater moving and the spill over out cliff's which makes the ice crimes but if it gets too cold those groundwater seeps sometimes seem to freeze up and I don't know if the water goes other places or it's just frozen solid for the winter So you never know. And then there's weird things like maybe like housing developments will start pulling from a water source or something else and then my cut it off A lot of the stuff male is Comes out of mine shafts here because the you know the rocky mountains have so much water in them or the same on the plug all these mine shafts as you guys know water starts pouring out of those things and that can make ice kind and then you have mine remediation coming in and plugging those holes and climb stop so there's all kinds of weird factor so it's climate change will probably have an effect but there's all these other moving pieces to very dynamic. Yeah like Canada. I think they tend to have like because it's colder there. You get more of like running water that freezes. Importance is in Colorado often. Have like melt free cycle so especially here where there's like upper bowls basins the snow the catch son and that you know even on a cold day as we know the sound will make the snow melt here and then it drains pores on a cliff down lower normally low that basin. And that's where we get our ice climbs And that happens on a smaller scale to. It's just a little Kelly The snow melt reform and climb now. You've done instruction or guiding as well haven't you're clinics in the past? Yeah so I I don't know kinds of things but I've taught lots of clinics at various ice fast. you're a fast bozeman? Nice past I've also been gone a little bit of ice climbing guiding but not much recently. I've been working with The Valdez I festival in Alaska Helping them rig all the ropes. The Ice Festival. It's kind of challenging job up there because the we're dealing with like seven hundred foot climbs and for the clinics. We only want to use the bottom hundred twenty feet or so we kinda have to lead up and rig all the ropes in the morning because otherwise we'll get frozen overnight so it's a bit of a chore to To prepare for that like no one had night. We gotta go to ropes down to Been involved in that and then they also do rope access which is Most of the time. It's like construction type stuff where Workers need to repel off a building and I helped rig and instruct them on how to do it and it's it's similar climbing except that usually going down instead about because you can take the elevator to the top of the building most cases Similar ISH equipment and techniques but kind of its own little op shoot and I've also done some Kenya nearing guiding which Has Its own staff meeting set of both Ethics and thought processes is in Roper to their approached a rope work is completely different than industrial rope access and it's completely different than rock climbing An ice climbing. So it's fascinating to see all these different approaches to conduct solving similar but different problems. You can you. Can you touch on that a little bit like for canyoneering For people would be going down. Usually these kind of rock shoots or repelling off of faces for multiple repels than maybe hiking out another drainage and then going down so you're just kinda always going down But it's IT'S INTERESTING. Yup to communities like the difference like you said like they do things completely different maybe than climbers. Would you just give one example of how try to touch on it in a way that like everybody will understand so one of the obvious ones? Is that especially like in rock climbing? There's generally less risk tolerance for when it comes to repelling We've liked to put the risk into the climbing part. And then when it comes down we WANNA have very secure anchors To repel off and that might mean a bolts or things around a tree. Something like that Oftentimes like equipment is left behind or permanently in place for that. When it comes to canyoneering on the well bumped up ICE CLIMBING. I I tend to have a little bit. Looser risk tolerance when it comes to repelling like ice climbers. We're happy to repel up the skinny little tree Under the assumption that it's frozen in the ground More so than say A rock climber and the ice anchors call Beatrix kind of freak people out although they're they're usually pretty safe When it comes to canyoneering So Popular Canyon will often have bolted anchors and that I would say like having gear left in place For you know areas that are heavily traffic to repel down but on areas. That are less heavily. Traffic gets to be like a stricter canyoneering ethic and it's more of a leave no trace ethic In most cases and they do they got some bizarre things Like does it. The the most notable I can think of is a what's called the sand trap banker and they do this out in the desert Kenyans and it's tarp you you like put sand in the tarp and then you fold it over and you're able to create enough friction And wait with the sand in the tarp that you know you're able to hold somebody's body weight while they repel up the cliff and then there tends to be a second rope that comes up there. Now they're doing like a single row propel and they're sorta like pull line that unfolds the tarp and is able to empty the sand out and the whole thing pulls down and Probably.
"jason nelson" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast
"Thanks today Kevin. And I are joined by Jason Nelson and all around bad ass climber putting up ice climbing first ascents in Alaska Norway and his hometown of Colorado just to name a few rock climbing resume includes a twelve and a half hour ascent of the nose of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park which took the first essentially a total of forty seven days to complete so without further. Ado please enjoy our conversation with Jason Nelson. This.
"jason nelson" Discussed on Wow In the World
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"jason nelson" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Five o'clock in the morning. Woman says she hears her sliding glass door shatter, and then a man's voice thing. I'm in your house. Call nine one one she screams, get outta my house. He says, no, I'm not going to you. She grabs herself on goes into her daughter's bedroom locks the door. She hears them coming up the stairs. She later finds out that he'd stripped off his clothes, the hammer from the toolbox on, obviously heavily under the use of drugs and probably a combination of drugs, and all kinds of mental illness, probably the two now this is an argument for her having a gun at home. This is for the gun advocates saying, you always have a gun to protect yourself because at this point. She doesn't know what's happening if he starts pounding on the door much, like Jack Nicholson did in the shining. You just start shooting through the door to star pound. That's and no one would argue with this at all. And it's an argument for those people say you have to have a gun at home to protect yourself, which, of course, Wayne you do. And Jennifer, do you? Yes. Okay. Alex. Nope. Nope. I don't either John. No. I don't either. I don't either. But there's a hell of an argument, there really is for this kind of shows, you never know. Yeah. Just something bizarre, Alpin statistically, people are going to get hurt a lot more with a gun accidental shootings that sort of thing than someone coming into the house. I'm talking about statistically. But still if if it happens to you, then it's one hundred percent. Now there's one other detailed the guy lives in that neighborhood. Forty three year old Jason Nelson. He lives right there in the neighborhood, which is going to make for a very awkward block party this summer for sure. Everybody's going to bring their weapon. They're gonna start shooting at targets right there. We'll take a break. We will come back. All right. Jennifer. You're up LAPD motorcycle. Officer's been hurting a hit and run crash. Eighty six burglars were asked how they broke into home. So they all said they knocked on the door. I that's why you need blink x t to cameras they detect motion, so you'll get an alert and you can see and talk to who's there. Tell the delivery guy, where to leave the package or just say, hybrid, the kids get home blink x t to cameras start under a hundred bucks..
"jason nelson" Discussed on KTRH
"Like that. Right now, it was it was a huge undertaking. How would you have enough oxygen? Well, as as you would know that that's that's the on what you could do on a on a tank to tanks, even the three tanks that they were taking in. So each of the divers had three three tanks strapped to them. And they positioned spit tanks along the way to to replenish supplies. How could they find them? They had systems worked out they had different spots that had been sort of marked that they knew where that would be had a system of mocking the tanks with different colors, which ones were full and empty at some point in the rescue. They had like Kim lots those sort of low in the dock low sixties snap. They they come to life. They had those touch to the tanks that would let them up in green Allred for for twelve hours. The drivers would know which thanks Aaron them and which were empty now. The ordeal, of course, will be how do you get a kid who doesn't know how to be a scuba diver who can't breathe who's never had a mask on most of them? How do you get him for five hours to breathe this tank without panicking going crazy and getting him out with the diver? And of course, this is where your story in your book has made it all around the world. It's all over the the the media today that these kids were sedated tell us about that. That's right. The sedation of the boys was something that was absolutely necessary for this a lot of it just couldn't have happened. Otherwise, they would have woken up would have panicked along the way and put their own lives in danger, and possibly they're rescued operas. Well, so a decision was made at the time very secretly for an Australian anesthesiologist who is also an expert cave. Diver one of only two people in the world who has that skill set went in and. With the boys to sleep using a powerful sedative cold ketamine. He also gave them a couple of other things to help that process. So before the kid of Maine was injected into the boys league, he was given a an anti anxiety drug a business by the brand name zanex that would calm him down would walk him down to the water's edge. Boy would sit in Dr Harry, Dr Richard Harris as lap and talk to Harry would give an injection into his leg of ketamine to put him to sleep an injection into these other leg of an anti saliva agent. So while he was unconscious. He wouldn't rule into the mosque and therefore create another drowning hesitant suffocate. So are you saying that they pull these kids through for five hours? And they were knocked out. They were knocked out. None of the boys. Remember, anything factual of the of the escape at all. But one of the my car. Heart-stopping things I think all of the rescue and of the sedation process was that the the rescue was gonna take ours is gonna take about three hours to get to camp three which is sort of where all the diving the diving part of it and during that process, the the kid of Maine would only last for about an hour. So each of the boys would have to be revised life, so each of the the British recovery divers, the the dog is actually took one boy H and one of the time out each of those expert divers had a little pouch with a preloaded syringe of Kidman separate from its needle and at various stages they had to readmits to that. And most of the time this was done at various stations that was set up and there were other dive instructors had volunteered to be there to help them. But on at least one occasion with Jason Nelson. He's boy WorldCom flow in the water while they were in a part of the tunnel kinda which had no mighty banks on the side. So he was forced to just hold the boys. Best he could fumble around with his other hand to get these reloaded ketamine syringes out and trying readmits to that through the wet suit. And he describes it either very calm, man. He's a he's a stiff upper lip British guy. He doesn't sort the too much or exaggerate anything. And he said, it was a it was a pretty notice moment with syringes and wrap is floating around in the water and the tunnel. These divers were heroes. Absolutely. Yeah. There there are certain breed. People who go cave diving for fun, generally has a certain kind of character. They're very careful there often extremely good at what they do professionally and the rest of their loss. They're very sober. Guys who don't react emotionally to things generally speaking because that sort of reaction, of course, can kill you. So these kids were knocked out with the breathing respirator in their mouth. What would keep them to the full face? The.
"jason nelson" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"I'm Larry Tinsley taking you from Jason Nelson to Marvin Sam on the people's station the one.
"jason nelson" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"From the people stationed, v, but, oh, three that's Jonathan, Nelson or should I say Jason Nelson Bassani skull. Forever as we salute the musical legacy of the late of the Franklin right now go to Colo Reverend Jesse, Jackson Reverend. Jackson what are you remember most about your? Friend Aretha? Franklin Over fifty years really we kind of grew? Up together Reset with oh father singing. The. Songs so I almost never role She was blessed in addition Outstanding Call him. On she grew up at the staple singers and, bam cooking the sole steroids in that Walk into caravans A home field in that singers Also newer apple social activist beyond being a great saying that will say We were marching the sixty she was The protest I remember when I talked about all. The time Doc was on severe attack because NIA taken make. Payroll eleven cities above three along we. Raise the money for the calls Something out, set me like that we. Will be wouldn't Houston in that one Belafonte The stay on the on the stage flowers The in the fans evacuate she stood. Like champion and she sang the next night The game was killed she's saying principle drill Always, been there Jimmy and racial Justice Mandela rox uses has. Been there Reverend, Jackson in your words how? Should, Aretha be remembered outstanding inserted with Aretha was at once, the, best industrial music When it came to the amazing grease I'm Jay Director On the top gospel and jazz At the same Jackson thank you so much for joining me and for sharing your wonderful, memories of the Queen of soul Aretha Franklin on the, people stay shine v one zero three.
"jason nelson" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"With that the one and only the late great marvin gaye such a joy to meet him and get a chance to talk to him thank you both hanan for that comes jason nelson this song is called forever it's on v three from the people stationed v three sunday morning praise in full effect in my name is larry tinsley atlanta georgia thank you so much for putting up with my fifty year stories i appreciate you so much for that this morning when i came in and my producer colletion lock it in radar handed me my mail there was a card inside from a lady by the name of regina bryant ma steel georgia and the car it is so special it's just a joy with somebody takes the time out to go and buy a car to send to you that really touches your heart and makes you feel so special and to regina thank you so much with god i want to share it with my audience if you don't mind is success takes perseverance ambition passion courage heart humor and talent and she says mr tens meet you have you have the mall you've proven you've got.
"jason nelson" Discussed on KCRW
"There's a great scene between catherine keener who plays his sister and holly hunter who voices alaska girl helen that they basically just talking about personal politics that and you just realize you're listening to the voices you actually watching a scene being acted up by two adults talking about dull concerns in the middle of a movie that people might prison was a kids cartoon that presume but is not and the remind me that senior talking about you actually mentioned later on they're just seen early on the incredible deals with sam jackson and bottle just in the car to have something interesting to perform and that can be two people in a car talking about old you know adventures you know where frozen it is talking about you know you know baron von ruthless and and how he's monologue instead of finishing frozen off and you know it's like two old kind of war vets talking about previous battles i wanted to write to scene because it's the kind of scene that i wanted when i was first you know animating professionally and i was really gratified when i wrote the scene and we recorded it with salmon and crag that you know jason nelson who does mr incredible that other animators were like i wanna do that scene i can i have that say no man i want that scene and it was great because you know there are two guys in a car talking but you can't animation can bring something unique to that that live action can't quite do and it's this distillation it's the dance of performance and by selectively eliminating details and finding the things that are most important to see animation can be very incisive in a way that's really it's it's it's unbelievably pure if it's done well but in moments like that which realizes the transport power movies suddenly you're not just watching a cartoon anymore and i don't mean that denigrate you're watching the drama you watching brad haircuts talking that scene between those characters incredible could almost be out of a howard hawks movie that could be something red river with people who who and what they are.
"jason nelson" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Seeing dot com decided i need to go see also fits a concentration camp over there in poland so there wasn't a knowledge fits at the final solution which was horrible horrible this is what these ask hats are comparing the migrant children can it's like outfits is like dot com really i think that they do a huge disservice to the holocaust when they try to make these type of does ridiculous comparisons but even so president trump ain't no punk he's not falling for the rhetoric neither should you cut number six immigration is the fall and all of the problems that we're having because we cannot get them to sign legislation we cannot get them even to the negotiating table and i say it's very strongly the democrats fault therapy structuring they're really obstructionist and they are obstructing the united states will not be a migrants camp and it will not be a refugee holding facility won't be you look at what's happening in europe you look at what's happening in other places we can't allow that to happen to the united states not on my watch absolutely just the man makes the goose pimples i don't care what you say this is not america's not going to become a dumping ground for migrants americans are not gonna become a dumping ground for asylumseekers no not going to happen you have cheers jason nelson she was weighing in on this today and she was like i love this woman she she's the press lies the press tells nothing but lies it is important to note that these miners are very well taken care of don't believe the press they are very well taken care of you know this as many of you have detention facilities of your own we operate according to some of the highest standards in the country we provide food medical education and all needs that the child request let's be honest there are some who would like us to look the other way when dealing with families at the border and not enforced the law passed by congress including unfortunately some members of congress past administrations may have done so but we will not right we will not impasse administrations have done so but because because now is is president trump now all of a sudden it's a problem because this president trump he has to pay for the sins of the previous administrations why because the democrats have nothing else i'm sorry not just the democrats have nothing else abud but the establishment republicans have nothing else so now this is a full court press my friends full court press against the president is it working have you been swayed heavier friends been swayed by the images that we're seeing on the television.
"jason nelson" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Ninety point three it's voice of everybody sheila bell bell here with the bell report headlines kaelin cars celebrates her twenty first birthday at all happened on sunday at the new mercy's church in atlanta georgia she folks coming in from all over the place florida virginia louisiana arkansas tennessee kentucky so many of the places but happy birthday mr ceylan stella award nominate independent recording artist brian poppins latest radio single step in the name from the billboard chart topping project i got out continues to hold steady at the top thirty position for now three weeks also chart topping artists jason nelson has created a musical ekhard fans share with their loved ones aren't of mother's day from now through may thirteenth fans worldwide can generate and share personalized e car with a photo of their choice and personal message the car will also include an encouraging scripture from isaiah sixty six thirteen also vincent country faith driven family lifestyle brand committed to positive social impact as officially launched nationwide develop by troy and tom vincent the brand was founded on the premise of enriching the culture in communities through intentional service and legacy inspire cooking quoting here at the core of family is faith and friends we are looking forward to sharing both through vinson county and that from tom vincent family maitre also known as chief tommy the food also international jazz day two thousand eighteen came to phenomenal close and think petersburg russia following extraordinary allstar global concert historic theater that capped off several days of education outreach programs across the city the concert led by artistic directors behan cock and eager put men or stream live in the nation's oprah winfrey's network has announced its popular long running docu series welcome to sweetie pies premier its fifth and final season a special sneak preview on tuesday has a half not also will be following series about the drama that comes with running family operated so empire continue and.
"jason nelson" Discussed on WTMA
"Into custody late yesterday morning ricky dwayne johnson and vanessa joe bap both thirty two were arrested before dawn on thursday morning the to refuse to obey traffic stop they fled in a stolen car to the wingate mobile home park where deputies say they were fired on there was a chase johnson mbappe cut out of the vehicle decided to flee on foot one person was found in a parked car before dawn yesterday taken into custody but it was determined that individual was not who they were looking for and around eleven thirty yesterday morning johnson and bab had ben arrested both we understand have lengthy rap sheets it was earlier this month add north charleston police chief reggie burge's made a sign that read stop the violence he took that sign and walked along dorchester road he started it after word of a homicide in his city and then he marched a couple of more times word is he was out again yesterday marching with a group of others pleading with the community to please stop all the violence and the senseless shootings former orangeburg county sheriff's deputies on the wrong side of the law allegedly thirty six year old jason nelson now charged with misconduct after an investigation found he sent sexually suggestive photographs to a woman who was involved in a criminal investigation sled also claims nelson solicited sex from those he sent the pictures to nelson was a deputy between april twenty sixteen and january 2017 city of north charleston and the navy base redevelopment complex teaming up to renovate some of the old historic homes on the base these are homes around riverfront park that were longtime ago occupied by high ranking officers the director of operations for redevelopment efforts sean mcdonald says that the renovated homes will likely be used for b and b purposes and spaces for special events not many people have been back here to see how pretty is and as you mentioned it kind of gets forgotten about you know and then you come back beautiful it is and then you can go back to the city's wherever from park and get along route along the river the cost of renovating those old homes and repaving areas around the homes expected to cost about eight million dollars and speaking of money national retail federation says the easter bunny expected to spend just over eighteen billion dollars this upcoming holiday eight in ten and plan to spend at least one hundred and fifty dollars on easter things like clothing new shoes candy greeting cards and.
"jason nelson" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"It it's going to be just throw barbara away but if you're evaluating this team in what you have it makes sense to give barbara margarethen i would i would hold them on my fantasy roster but i i do i wish i had had vault yeah i would add him to to a fantasy roster but i would still expected to go back to that we are going to get into the waivers obviously end tomorrow show get you more prepared to pick up players that can impact this first week of the playoffs maybe you've got the by and you're looking to weeks away we'll talk about defenses that you need to pick up and start and you got to be looking now to a couple yes weeks away from here wide receivers explosion from taibbi kale two touchdowns on two hundred eighty five his store the words beautiful yeah beautiful call their jason nelson agla low great nelson aguilar has he uses the game jeannie but it's only active if five seconds has gone off the clock from the snap he's not a good player until then but when five seconds goes off and carson winces doing spin move moves scramble israel in around i mean abdel are is like ten yards away from the nearest defender at all times he two balls last night okay he had a great game right now smugglers some for one forty one and one this could have been bigger all lot bigger missed amount of crossing route early i know call chris calls the dnc talked about meeting that passed six hundred and fifty times after he missed it i don't know why i just kept brennan that up it's like not not like russell wilson did miss a pass.