35 Burst results for "Kaylee J."

The Latest: Capitol Police chief resigning after mob attack

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

The Latest: Capitol Police chief resigning after mob attack

"The White House issued a statement condemning the deadly violence at the U. S. capitol speaking for the trump administration press secretary Kaylee McEntee calls the attack at the U. S. capitol the polling reprehensible answered that a call to the American way we can Dennis the president and this administration in the strongest possible terms demanding prosecutions for those involved and saying the violent rioters undermined those who came to peacefully protest Machen eighty said those who are working in this building are working to ensure an orderly transition of power for president elect Joe Biden points to a wider issue past four years we had a president who's made his contempt for our democracy our constitution the rule of law clear Jackie Quinn Washington

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California has nation's 2nd confirmed case of virus variant

Jason and Alexis

00:27 sec | 5 months ago

California has nation's 2nd confirmed case of virus variant

"The more contagious UK variant of covert 19 was found in California. After it crops up in Colorado. ABC is Kaylee Hartung is in California doctor found, she said This was expected. He said he wasn't surprised, and he warned will likely Seymour cases here in California and across the country. But this comes with the reminder that the variant experts believe will respond to the vaccines this on the day marking one year since the World Health Organization was told about an unknown virus in Wuhan, China.

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Fauci says Biden should get COVID-19 vaccine ASAP

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 6 months ago

Fauci says Biden should get COVID-19 vaccine ASAP

"The covert nineteen vaccine continues being given to medical workers nationwide Dr Anthony Fauci says president elect by then they had a vice president elect Heris should get it to felt she tells ABC's Good Morning America they should be vaccinated as soon as possible for security reasons he won him fully protected by then took note what I will do a public out he says president trump probably still has several months of antibody protection after getting the virus but he should also receive the vaccine to B. W. shore spokeswoman Kaylee McEntee says that'll happen when the president's doctors advise it stressing frontline workers and nursing home residents come first at the same time magazine he says some top administration officials will get the vaccine they will be taking a publicly to instill confidence the Pentagon's acting chief got the shot yesterday Sager made Donnie Washington

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McEnany says Electoral College vote 'one step' as McConnell acknowledges Biden win

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

McEnany says Electoral College vote 'one step' as McConnell acknowledges Biden win

"The White House is still refusing to accept Joe Biden's victory a day after the electoral college confirmed a bite and as the next president White House spokeswoman Kaylee McEntee shrugged it off yesterday's vote was one step in the constitutional process saying president trump is still involved in legally challenging the election hours earlier on the Senate floor our country has officially a president elect Republican leader Mitch McConnell breaking his election silence and congratulating Biden who in turn says he called his old colleague to say thanks the waiter worker for the work Sager mag ani Washington

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Fauci's plea 'Wear a mask' tops list of 2020 notable quotes

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 6 months ago

Fauci's plea 'Wear a mask' tops list of 2020 notable quotes

"Yale Law School librarian Fred Shapiro is put together his most notable quotes of twenty twenty number one a quote first made by Dr Anthony Fauci in March wear a mask the second quote was in may as a Minneapolis police officers leg was pressed to George Floyd's neck in February president trump talked about the corona virus before it became what it is today one day it's like a miracle it will disappear two months later the president talked about possible ways the corona virus could disappear by injection insiders for almost a cleaning White House press secretary Kaylee McEntee has two quotes I will never lie to you you have my word on that the other on re opening schools the science should not stand in the way of this speaking to an African American audience president elect Joe Biden said in may on a radio show if you have a problem figuring out whether your for me or trump and you a black eye may Donoghue

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Ethiopian government begins offensive in Tigray capital city

KQED Newsroom

02:05 min | 7 months ago

Ethiopian government begins offensive in Tigray capital city

"Reports from northern Ethiopia say the capital of Tigre province, Me Kaylee, where dissident tplf forces are under siege is under heavy bombardment from the government army. A V. Bamford has the latest details. Aid workers into gray have confirmed a declaration texted to a news agency by the TPLF leader that medically a city of half a million people was being shelled. Ethiopian military has said it intended to seize the city within days, but would seek to avoid harming civilians. The Federal Army earlier said it had advanced to a Gula lesson 20 kilometers from Italy. Ethiopian government under Prime Minister Rbf Med has rejected ceasefire demands from the African Union, saying it is engaged in a police action. The T p L F has rejected Mr Abbas blueprint for a more centralized Ethiopian state. Iran's leaders have promised to retaliate following the assassination of the country's top nuclear scientists, which they believe was carried out by Israel. The Supreme leader, Ali Khamenei, called for the punishment of those responsible for the killing on Friday. President Hassan Rouhani also said that vengeance would come, but only when Iran decided that the time was right. CR Bashar Dylan is from BBC Persian Already the hard liners inside Iran are taking this as a sign of weakness and even blaming The government of Rouhani himself for showing weakness and emboldening the will they believe to be the Israelis and carrying out these attacks, which is not the first one of its kind. Despite the Oh the bombastic language from hard liners inside the country's screaming for revenge. What they are doing is really waiting it out till a Joe Biden administration comes in in 50 days. Germany has those all sides to show restraint following the assassination of the Iranian scientists. A German former foreign ministry spokesman talked to the need to avoid an escalation of tensions. He said it was important to preserve the scope for nuclear negotiations.

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Trump to meet Michigan leaders in bid to subvert election

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 7 months ago

Trump to meet Michigan leaders in bid to subvert election

"President trump is meeting with top Michigan state Republicans in what's likely to be a failed attempt to block Joe Biden's wind in the battleground state by then won Michigan by more than one hundred fifty four thousand votes but the state has not yet certified is victory after calling to county officials who initially refused to certify results the president invited state legislators to the White House an extraordinary move that spokeswoman Kaylee McEntee neat down played he routinely meets with lawmakers from all across the country the Biden campaigns Bob Bauer recalls that appalling and pathetic it's open attempt to intimidate election officials which Bauer says it will feel like every other trump campaign effort to subvert results of a vote the president's own election security agency said was the most secure in history the president fired its leader days later Sager mag ani Washington

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Broncos are 3-6 for fourth consecutive year, Drew Lock hurt

Mandy Connell

00:50 sec | 7 months ago

Broncos are 3-6 for fourth consecutive year, Drew Lock hurt

"After Sunday's 37 to 12 loss to the Las Vegas Raiders Broncos quarterback Drew Lock knows he has to play better. Yeah, I can just work on not making the bad place worse. That's locked talking with Ko E News radio's Logan and Louis today, Broncos head coach Vic Fangio says Lock is still his starter. We're gonna go with Drew and keep getting him playing type. But lock is banged up from yesterday's game. His availability for Wednesday's practice right now is questionable, like with many injuries. The next day is Worse than the actual injury during the competition, So he's pretty sore today with the ribs and we'll see where he's at on Wednesday. Broncos will try to bounce back on Sunday when they host the Miami Dolphins Kaylee coverage of that game starts at eight Sunday morning. Kickoff is at

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Surrogates Are Not Crazy People

IVFU

05:44 min | 8 months ago

Surrogates Are Not Crazy People

"Surrogacy is not like a lifetime movie surrogates are not crazy people that are baby that matters their kids are great people. I've yet to meet a baby snatcher. That's a surrogate but right so Kailey. I'm so happy that you are here talking with me as part of this podcast. And what's so exciting about speaking to you is that you are a surrogate. Yes. In fact, you are our surrogate you are dead. Reading our baby right now, which is still feel weird. If I say that how does it feel when I say that now, it doesn't feel weird at all. It's kind of like my friend just had a baby and I'm just holding it. Right right. It's like you become friends with these people or time that you didn't know before now you do and it's like when you go to visit your friend at the hospital after she had her baby, except you're the one that had him so but yeah, right it's a different it's difficult to describe but it's not weird for me that I think cuz I know in the middle of it as you're in the right. So how pregnant are you right now? Let's talk about that for a second there. You're very proud of your choice. I'm 37 weeks. Wow. Yeah, that is very pregnant. Yes. Yes, you're so far along that this conversation almost never happened because At 7 a.m. On Sunday, you went off to the hospital cuz we weren't sure if you were in labor and my oh, I know and George and I are you're in Nevada and I'm in Los Angeles, which is door-to-door. It's probably five hours from here to your hospital. Right? It's very annoying like the actual flight is only like an hour. But yeah, everything else between you can't just get here. I can't just be myself over there. Right? So all of a sudden there was this mad rushing which actually really in the end. It was great. It was like a dress rehearsal because I realized that you know, we feel like we're super organized. We've been getting our stuff. We've got piles of onesies everywhere. We've got the crib. We got the car seat. We've got our plane tickets. We've got our hotel reservations, but we should be realized when the moment came on Sunday. We didn't we weren't packed like we really had no idea what we had and it's all piled up in our dining room. So it was actually kind of good as like a dry run wage. We went while you were on your way to the hospital to be checked out. We were running around the house like counting ones. He's looking for diapers packing bags and also because this is surrogacy. We have all this legal paperwork that we have to bring with us, right which says that we are that someone into that's true. You have some on your end and we and we have to bring our passports. Do you have to bring your passport or is that us that we have to get our passports? I'm not sure. What about don't know that. Yeah, that's very strange. Maybe I think of a passport as like the ultimate form of identification, right? Yeah, they're dead. So maybe that's why because of course as we're learning when we get to the hospital we have to keep reminding everyone that we are the intended parents, you know, we are the parents and you are that's a good and that your husband is not the father and apparently all keep happening in what I did last time which I did this time as well as I made like four or five little dog. Mine's Alma cuz I am the surrogate and please direct all baby related questions to the parents and we're basically just going to tape them all over the room. It just makes it easier. I think absolutely because you know, there's so many nurses and CNAs and doctors and anesthesiologists just coming in and out in and out. They have no choice. They just smell here's a pregnant woman. Here's a baby right? Let's get to work. Yes, that's fantastic and I will say it doesn't surprise me Kaylee. So you came to La for the transfer back when we did the embryo transfer you came here and Kayla showed up in this fabulous tee shirt that she got off of etsy that said May the embryos be ever in your faith. Hashtag transferred a Hunger Games. It's one of my favorite books if I ever needed reassurance that this was a good match which I didn't but if I ever dead, That was the moment but I was like, yes, this is my person. Yes, and then I went right on Etsy and I found you a shirt those Keep calm carry on shirts and it says keep calm. I'm the surrogate. Yep, and I actually was wearing that shirt, but I had to go in and press that it still fits. You have to wear an undershirt. I have a little belly showing at the bottom. No bake my god. Oh and then just point out that on Sunday turned out it was a false alarm. You weren't quite dilated enough for us to jump on the plane. So so we took a deep breath. Yeah. Yeah, like I have given birth to three children. And for some reason this time, I don't have a clue. I don't remember anything about what contractions feel like. Wow. I don't I'm just like is this it? I don't know and I don't mind waiting until the end. It's just the waiting game is hard right now because one I want to make sure you guys are here. I know I know I want there to be dead. Have time that you guys can get out here and to I don't want to not realize I'm in labor and then all of a sudden I'm like racing to the hospital and give birth on the side of the road. That's like a scary thought for me,

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Former DHS official says he wrote 'Anonymous' Trump critique

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 8 months ago

Former DHS official says he wrote 'Anonymous' Trump critique

"A former homeland security officials revealed himself to be the critic who wrote a scathing op ed against president trump in twenty eighteen and a book under the pen name anonymous former DHS chief of staff miles Taylor is anonymous no more in a tweet he says he authored the controversial New York times column and a book entitled a warning he had written about president trump's quote misguided impulses and said there was a secret resistance force that worked to undermine parts of trump's agenda to preserve what he called democratic institutions that led the president to denounce the deep state working against him Taylor two weeks that trump is a man without character well White House press secretary Kaylee mac Anne has called Taylor a liar and a coward Jackie Quinn Washington

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Trump to spend few days at military hospital after COVID-19 test

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 9 months ago

Trump to spend few days at military hospital after COVID-19 test

"The White House says president trump will spend the next few days at Walter Reed national military Medical Center after testing positive for covert nineteen his spokeswoman says it's out of an abundance of caution on the recommendation of his doctor and medical experts Kaylee McEntee says the president remains in good spirits and has mild symptoms but that he will work from Walter reed's presidential offices for a few days his doctor said earlier the president is fatigued after being injected with experimental antibody cocktail Sager mag ani Washington

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McConnell, Pelosi dispute Trump, vow peaceful power transfer

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 9 months ago

McConnell, Pelosi dispute Trump, vow peaceful power transfer

"Greschner leaders from both parties are pushing back after president trump declined to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell tweeted the winner in November will be inaugurated in January North Carolina Republican Thom Tillis was asked what if there is not a peaceful transition that's our goal is not going to have a great news story house speaker Nancy Pelosi says Democrats aren't panicking over this we have a president of the United States who wants to discredit people's vote really really what what our founders thank at the White House the president will exact except the results of a free and fair election press secretary Kaylee McEntee says Democrats are those doubting results in November and then you have that beautiful quote from Hillary Clinton Clinton that Joe Biden should not concede under any circumstance president trump is baselessly claimed widespread mail voting will lead to massive fraud at Donahue Washington

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McConnell, Pelosi dispute Trump, vow peaceful power transfer

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 9 months ago

McConnell, Pelosi dispute Trump, vow peaceful power transfer

"Greschner leaders from both parties are pushing back after president trump declined to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell tweeted the winner in November will be inaugurated in January North Carolina Republican Thom Tillis was asked what if there is not a peaceful transition that's our goal is not going to have a great news story house speaker Nancy Pelosi says Democrats aren't panicking over this we have a president of the United States who wants to discredit people's vote really really what what our founders thank at the White House the president will exact except the results of a free and fair election press secretary Kaylee McEntee says Democrats are those doubting results in November and then you have that beautiful quote from Hillary Clinton Clinton that Joe Biden should not concede under any circumstance president trump is baselessly claimed widespread mail voting will lead to massive fraud at Donahue Washington

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'Unfathomable': US death toll from coronavirus hits 200,000

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 9 months ago

'Unfathomable': US death toll from coronavirus hits 200,000

"President trump is defending his handling of the corona virus crisis as a U. S. death toll from the virus tops two hundred thousand by far the highest in the world in an interview for WJBK fox two Detroit president trump says his administration is doing an amazing job against the virus we're doing extremely well relatively speaking of I would have closed down we would have had we could have had two million deaths right now two and a half million we shouldn't have any in a pre recorded speech for the U. N. General Assembly trump demanded that Beijing be held accountable White House press secretary Kaylee McEntee says the president has taken a proactive response to the pandemic it keeps them up at night thinking of even one life lost I'm Jennifer king

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China announces regulations for 'unreliable entity' list

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 9 months ago

China announces regulations for 'unreliable entity' list

"President trump is urging the Senate to consider without delay his upcoming nomination to fill the Supreme Court seat vacated by the death of justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in a Saturday morning tweet president trump writes we were put in this position of power and importance to make decisions for the people who so proudly elected us adding the most important of which has long been considered to be the selection of United States Supreme Court justices we have this obligation without delay yes for who the president's nominee might be presidents obviously put forward to labor secretary Kaylee McEntee says their original S. you know their tax release you know there are people who respect the words of the constitution and the plain text of statutes with just over six weeks until the presidential election democratic nominee Joe Biden says there should be no nomination or vote until the next president is decided the Republican controlled Senate refused even call hearings for president Obama's pick Merrick garland in the months ahead of the twenty sixteen election Ben Thomas Washington

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Trump to Senate: Vote 'without delay' on his high court pick

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 9 months ago

Trump to Senate: Vote 'without delay' on his high court pick

"President trump is urging the Senate to consider without delay his upcoming nomination to fill the Supreme Court seat vacated by the death of justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in a Saturday morning tweet president trump writes we were put in this position of power and importance to make decisions for the people who so proudly elected us adding the most important of which has long been considered to be the selection of United States Supreme Court justices we have this obligation without delay yes for who the president's nominee might be presidents obviously put forward to labor secretary Kaylee McEntee says their original S. you know their tax release you know there are people who respect the words of the constitution and the plain text of statutes with just over six weeks until the presidential election democratic nominee Joe Biden says there should be no nomination or vote until the next president is decided the Republican controlled Senate refused even call hearings for president Obama's pick Merrick garland in the months ahead of the twenty sixteen election Ben Thomas Washington

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Trump to Senate: Vote 'without delay' on his high court pick

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 9 months ago

Trump to Senate: Vote 'without delay' on his high court pick

"President trump is urging the Senate to consider without delay his upcoming nomination to fill the Supreme Court seat vacated by the death of justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in a Saturday morning tweet president trump writes we were put in this position of power and importance to make decisions for the people who so proudly elected us adding the most important of which has long been considered to be the selection of United States Supreme Court justices we have this obligation without delay yes for who the president's nominee might be presidents obviously put forward to labor secretary Kaylee McEntee says their original S. you know their tax release you know there are people who respect the words of the constitution and the plain text of statutes with just over six weeks until the presidential election democratic nominee Joe Biden says there should be no nomination or vote until the next president is decided the Republican controlled Senate refused even call hearings for president Obama's pick Merrick garland in the months ahead of the twenty sixteen election Ben Thomas Washington

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New York - Manhunt For Suspects Accused Of Shooting Up 2 Camden County, N.J. Police Officers’ Home

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:27 sec | 9 months ago

New York - Manhunt For Suspects Accused Of Shooting Up 2 Camden County, N.J. Police Officers’ Home

"Is concerned about recent attacks on law enforcement, including a recent shooting outside the home of two law enforcement officers in Camden County, New Jersey, ABC is Kaylee Hartung has more There is an urgent manhunt. Underway for suspects who fired at two officers while they were home with their infant. These two officers were home with their 10 Day old child when two suspects reportedly fired six shots at that house. No one air was injured, thankfully, but the FBI is involved there.

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"kaylee j." Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:20 min | 11 months ago

"kaylee j." Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

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"kaylee j." Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

07:19 min | 11 months ago

"kaylee j." Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Still wasn't that good at. Spanish. Had No clue what I was doing knowing they're. Starting off at that point even though I knew it was going to help me in my. Direction to eventually start this business people thought I was crazy. They thought Oh my gosh, you're leaving a job you love California what are you doing? You're going to be far away from your family. So dot sphere of people kind of wondering what I'm doing or thinking that I'm absolutely crazy following my dreams are learning something new or dedicating myself to something different has always stuck with the that even held true when I moved and worked in. Nicaragua spent some time in also and then eventually coming up to Mexico United puddle a lot of people that have not been on my side which. At one end it's like, oh That sucks. These people are supporting you. But on the other end, you're really weeding out a lot of people that don't support you. You don't want those people in your life. You don't need them to be whispering things in the back of your head and let's be honest. Kelly not everybody can be in your life i. mean there's only so much time so much energy that we're going to be able to put into this world into our business into our friendships in your the average fire nation. You spend the more time with. So I mean choose your five wisely. So keep going through that process. Yes. Absolutely, and so basically just allowing myself to come full circle hate using that term again but I really did because I spent so much time in. Mexico. I literally traveled and lived all throughout Latin America before I ended up back in Mexico once again. quit the job at hours working in helping to manage a huge surf school in adventure school down here in Puerto, Vallarta and I spent probably two or three months back at home where I sat down, I said Okay I've learned everything that I feel like I've I've needed to learn for this journey I've done everything that I've wanted to do I have all of the things that I feel like I need to start this business, and now I'm going to carve out this time which for me like I said was two three months for me to really dedicate in sale on it. So the amount of beers that I drank with my brother. Ideas and tag lines and what the website was to look light. Is a very large number. Relief taking that time not understand not everybody has the opportunity or the means to take that much time off of fulltime job that they might have right now I am very fortunate and I think. I'm very grateful every single day for opportunities that I've had. But even if you have a full-time job and you carve out an hour every afternoon you say, okay, are you carve out three hours on the weekend and you say in these three hours I am going to dedicate all of my energy and all of my thoughts into my project into my passion. It's going to come true little by little everybody has a different process for me. This whole process has taken seven years. Right. So you don't think that was literally from the moment that I even had the idea planted in my mind that I wanted to start a travel business to today, which is where I have the travel business unsuccessful run multiple. Trips a year things like that, and it's a long process people. Some people think that Owen one year I WANNA be this. And it doesn't happen. So they get discouraged with themselves then they stopped. That's not how it works. You have to be truly passionate about your what you're doing and you have to have the drive to keep going into keep going was speaking evacuee. Let's talk about your most thrilling moments to date like take us to that moment where you're just like, wow, this is exactly what I was hoping picturing when I launched this business and then also share with us what exactly. Are you going to use measure success for you in Oh Mexico I think after I heard hosted my first returned actually co-hosted down in late a Mexico, which is just a little bit north of Puerto Vallarta. It was the last night that everyone was there. We hosted an eight day trip we had seventeen people join us and on the very last day it seemed so chaotic during the trip because. We had to make sure that these people are okayed people come home last night this this person wanted to kind of spreading yourself really thin because people think I'm on vacation for this time when actually it's a lot of work. But that last night we went to the pizza place that's in the north side of town and it's Probably the best pizza I've had anywhere in the entire world and we're sitting around the fire and were going around. You know people are breaking off into random conversations and one person immediately stops everyone at the table and says, Jim you just take a minute to think Kayleigh Alex, who is my partner at the time? To thank Kelly and Alex for putting together this amazing experience for us. Everybody burst out into. Thank you rounds of applause. Done run around the team things. For something big gave us a highlight of their experience thought holy crap. This is real. This is happening and these people are thankful for something that I've done. How cool is that I mean fire nation that's what we as entrepreneurs live four oxygen. That's why when I get an email that's like, John, like I'm sure you get thousands of these which I unfortunately don't but they say that and then they go to say something kind I'm like, thank you so much like that is exactly why I keep working so hard because that's my oxygen like that is my fuel in just one sentence Kelly I'm going to challenge you one sentence. How would you measure success in Your Business Waking Up? With gratitude every single day fire nation I love gratitude I started the Freedom Journal in the Mastery Journal your first entry. Every single day in one of those is I am grateful for dot dot because if you start the gratitude man, you were starting today on the right notes and Kaley of everything that we've talked about give us the biggest takeaway that you WANNA make sure fire nation gets from all of our chats and how can we connect with you and of course, Guzzo Mexico in any gift or call to action that you have four share. Now I think one of the main things that I would like to share with D fire nation is to always show up so even if You're you have three followers on your instagram even if you host snow vent and three people come in two of them are your parents. I always means showing up because those three followers or those certain people that show up to your events or that huddle like on your post or that reach out to you or sign up to your newsletter. Those are your people. So showing up for them, writing blog posts for them, putting out products for them. It is so important because at least goes people are going.

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"kaylee j." Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

06:15 min | 11 months ago

"kaylee j." Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"In the idols and if it's an English I feel like I'm. Learning I learn new words I swear John Every single day by doing that. That's fantastic because I do something I have to admit to is back in two thousand eight after my tour of duty as an army officer I went down to Guatemala for four months and I went down there because I just wanted to get away and have fun and I went to this amazing place called Lago they ought to. Lan which is rights in up in the mountains of Guatemala and this town called Panajachel and I went there to take four hours every single day of one one Spanish and guess what by the end of those four months my father came to visit fluids like I could speak the language I could talk the talk could walk the walk because I was fully immersed family that I lived with only spoke Spanish. Immersion by fire one, hundred percent but guess what's a year later two years later I wasn't using it at all and you lose it. So you have to keep those things up. So I love you kind of brought that up. That was something I really wish I had done which halo let's just flip on the closed captioning and let's put on some Spanish subtitles kind keep that learning going now let's Get Real about some specific examples because I want to be a picture. What a Gustavo Mexico experienced looks like break it down for us win cousteau. Mexico my experiences are all inclusive Sadat. Means that the package price that they're paying they get a number of different things included it. So that includes the accommodation, all of the transportation, normally a welcome and a farewell dinner, and then a number of different activities. Each day each activity of brings a sense into awareness. So I'll just give an example of my Oaxaca tour which will huck is known as the culinary capital of Mexico. So not only as I mentioned the accommodation in the transportation included, we do of full immersion cooking class with a famous while huck. Name Oscar got to be so sad. So we do have full market tour with him as well as a full-blown cooking classes is a full day experience. We also visit mum Iran which is where a lot of historical ruins are located. We will visit a mess cal farm tour. A lot of people have maybe either heard of mess color. They don't know exactly what it is or they consider it because. That they would rather not even touch. So we'll go on a farm tour learn about the process of Moscow how it's made what it tastes like what it goes with. We also have an optional day trip to a place called yet Raila. This is Spanish for the water boil. So it's kind of the set of natural rock formations that resemble cascades of water absolutely beautiful and with the high mineral content waters actually thought to have healing qualities. So. Each one of those experiences are included in your Gustav Mexico package. So that would be kind of a little example of like I of tour I do try to keep my group's smaller so I tried to him for twelve to fifteen people in this is because I mean that's the number that I might sell comfortable paneling. So that's that but then It also allows for more opportunity. So when you have smaller group, you can do things like having a one on one cooking 'cause with famous while Hawkins chef or taking this optional dietrich or having a completely private tour of this most cal far. But it also allows people to open up and feel more comfortable. I want people to feel comfortable traveling by themselves to. Gustav Mexico experiences traveling in couples traveling mother daughter Father Son Groups of friends because everyone that comes all shares the same mentality that they wanna get out of their comfort zone they want to experience something new they WanNa meet people that are similar to them. So that's a little bit of a look as to what the experiences entail. So you can start to see. Exactly how you're incorporating all these different senses into the experiences we're really going to be diving into that deeper as well as I'm going to have Kelly breakdown her biggest fear of being Muir as well as the biggest thrill talk about the good stuff too as well as the steps she took to actually get this off the ground because you're gonNA be the poll. A lot of things fire nation out of Keighley did right and wrong to help you launch your business, and then of course, how do we measure success? You'll be talking about that too and so much more. When we get back from thinking those sponsors hiring can be difficult. But if you're a company that's currently trying to hire you face new difficulties from safely. Re opening your doors to finding the right person for specialize role housing wire could relates they needed to hire an ambitious reporter to cover new stories on the US mortgage and housing markets. 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"kaylee j." Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"kaylee j." Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Is listening to fox news newsradio Kaylee J. on Patrick Osborne topping Austin's news the Hays county commissioners court approves a resolution in support of financial relief for property owners county judge Ruben Becerra says they'll press state lawmakers for help through the retooling of property appraisals do the impact the corona viruses cost if and when there is anything in that space that could help our residents when it comes to tax issues that's all this is just a show of support for anything can be done the resolution asks for a moratorium on property tax penalties and interest an extension of deadline for tax payments an update to the property tax code to respect the legislative session Louisville is not expecting much of an impact it's property taxes from cove in nineteen for this year or next but the same can't be said for sales tax revenue finance director Amy good says the city stands to lose ten percent of what it would normally get in sales tax revenue from the state sales tax revenue is twenty six percent of our budget and dependent on consumer spending that could mean a loss of more than one million dollars good says fifteen percent of companies in the city of had to close their doors for good due to corona virus the Austin school district is beginning early budget talks for the next year corona virus likely will wreak havoc on finances chief of business Nicole Conley Johnson says there are so many unknowns right now including the role of it which is the biggest driver of revenue I wouldn't even I couldn't try to even began to contemplate what are well that might look like in a preliminary budget discussion shows A. I. S. D. will enter next year with a shortfall of more than forty nine million dollars and Georgetown preparing to open its doors to the private sector about two hundred thousand dollars will be spent on continued mitigation including cleaning products quarantine and personal protective equipment and now let's check out your.

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"kaylee j." Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"kaylee j." Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"The other day about our best players. Now I remember looking at what Joe Borough and all the teams he had to beat because it's the playoffs because the fifty game season you have a harder path to win it. You just do your. I mean Joe Borough played like seven top ten teams There are some of those players in their career. Didn't beat seven top ten teams and so sang all out to get to this. I as much as it didn't seem like it on the face value it. I do think you probably had a better chance to win to play for a national title if you were in the old format than you do now. That am I wrong to think that I think you're right. I think that I think that the previous version of Utah's the BCS. Buster sure that. Those seasons was undefeated seasons and beating a power five team in a bowl. Game were probably more satisfying to the fans in any season. They've had so far in the PAC twelve last year. They almost would have had the dream season. And then I think it ended in a very very bittersweet fashioned. The question is is it worth it is is the first of all. Let's be clear the value of worth worth but also just winning one of those BCS games. I th I think it's not quite not quite the same impact the did like I mean when Utah did it in two thousand four hundred. They were the first ones to do it. Right in two thousand eight. They beat Alabama Alabama's first team under saving. I you know if Memphis had beaten Penn state in the Combo last year would have been a big deal for them. I don't think it would have resonated quite like those. I just think at the end of the day. Don't you WANNA be at the big Boy Table Even if that means you're not gonNA have that kind of season necessarily I'd rather be at the at the grownup table at the main event then kind of spending most of the season off the radar and then hoping to have you know basically a perfect storm come together and you you get to do it. Ucf did a couple years ago. Obviously they got tremendous attention for that. It was a great accomplishment When they beat Auburn in the Peach Bowl. But it's not like people were tuning in every week to watch. Ucf play USF or actually. That was a very watching that. Here's a bad example playing Tulsa playing East Carolina. You're just off the beaten path. Same THING IF UTAH. We're still in the mountain west playing some of those teams look at it and just I mean I can say this 'cause I've seen Utah close a lot over the last five years. There's nothing fluky about them. You know like they belong and I think they're F- Fan base and I'm sure some of the people now are younger so there there's kind of coming of age in this but like I mean I think of them as power five program. I mean they obviously have a really good coach in a really good coaching staff. And I think if you have that It enables you to make the transition but to me I mean like I don't want to get into your blue bloods and whatever your thing was from years ago but I mean they're they're real team. I mean they're like nothing surprises me that they would be a top ten teams. Nothing fluky about it or anything like that so I think the fans I think the fans get that but I can get where you know. There's still something about being the gutty. Little underdog off the grid. I think there are people who can take pride in that to But you know now you're Utah. You're you're you're at the Big Table. All the time and you know I think people get that when they see it now because it's not happened once or twice. It's a consistent thing with that place. Let's wrap things up with this nice note from Jeff Wall in Helena. Montana Helena Montana how the least I knew it as soon as they came out of my mouth holy cow. It wasn't like I didn't know that it just just wants to see that came out of my mouth. Sorry to that entire city and to Jeff Student. Bruce is very unusual for me to send feedback after listening to a podcast. But I cannot tell you how much I appreciate your. Last George Schroeder I just finished it was extremely encouraging and it is. I believe to be your best podcast episode yet. Wow there have been over two hundred of them. So that's quite. The statement appreciated his vulnerability willingness to share his faith in inner thoughts. I bring that up because we got a lot of notes just like that and love to get them personnel yourself. You know that the response to the your show. Podcast is exactly why we booked the guests that we booked this week. We're still trying to figure out. Exactly what kind of content people want during this very unusual time but The interview daily George and him discussing his journey had exactly the effect. We're hoping it would and I hope that the same holds true This week with people getting to hear from Kelly and from John Gordon. Yeah and I think one of the things that I'm glad you said that. And I see multi a bunch of comments from this related to George in that conversation. You know I we are kind of figuring it out like one of the things when I would talk to other people about working for the athletic. I said The they would ask me about what's it like because you've been at other places like well. They just want good stories. That's really the mission is just go finding good tell good stories and I think right now. I'm not saying because there's a bunch just stories and I'm working on now but I think there is parts where you know you've got kids at home you're trying to play. You know daycare person and teacher and try not to watch too much news. But you're still kind of doing it so I think And honestly some of US are some of us are able to just plow ahead better than others. But I do think that you know we're trying to be authentic to to who we are and and just figuring this out as we go along and I think as we get further into this into what becomes our normal. I think we'll probably get more settled down on the football side of it because we'll get we'll be used to kind of how this is going to go for a little while. I have you guys have suggestions for certain guests. You want to hear from over the next few months you can obviously share those with us send an email to the audible prodigy dot Com as well as your college football questions that we can get to in the next episode. We'LL SEE NEXT TIME. Tournaments have been cancelled leagues or suspended. There hasn't been a live game on TV. And what feels like a year even though it's barely been two weeks there's no better reminder of how important sports our.

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"kaylee j." Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

10:53 min | 1 year ago

"kaylee j." Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"All right Bruce at long last. Let's get to our emails as always you can send your questions to the audible pod at gmail.com in our first one is for you bruce from Derrick Johnson. Matt Lubick was one of the coaches you followed in meat market. Great Book Yes it was. What does he bring to his New Position Nebraska coaching wide receivers? And you having fun anecdotes about him. At Ole miss when you're writing market thank you derrick I have a couple. I have one anecdote I can share on one. I would like to but I probably shouldn't Because I don't think I have Matt's permission to tell this story But the other one I can say now. I firm- starters He was almost as receivers coach back then and he helped recruit but he also really shepherd it was a group that had no experience in the first year. I was working on the book which was Eddo John's second season. So that group was dextra cluster. Turn out to be a great player. Mike Wallace turn out to be a really good NFL player. Shay Hodge really really good college player as well and there was a few other guys but had zero experience going into that year and I think matt help them along but remember. They didn't have really good quarterback play either so that made it harder but He ended up leaving after after that season to go to Arizona. State and reunite with Dennis. Erickson who really? He grew up around because his dad at work. His Dad's sunny had worked for Dennis. Both at Miami in Washington State So my my first Matt Lubick I'm debating whether I tell the even the depths of this story. My First Matt Lubick story was the my first day working on the book. It's the day before that signing Class A year out. I guess three hundred and sixty six days out and I went out for. I went out for drinks the next day after signing day with with Dan Werner who just got there's the offense coordinator and we were in the ribcage which people in Oxford No. It was Dan's kind of spot. It was kind of a barbecue place that you could definitely get bureau at and so at some point people had made some comments to me where I was like. They were being friendly which surprise. That's kind of how Oxford was but like I didn't quite get some of the references and then at one point some Guy Said Your Dad. I think your dad's so underrated and I was like my dad has had passed away like twenty years earlier and had never as far as I know never been in the state of Mississippi and Then it dawned on me. They think I'm Lubick I had no. I'd know Ole Miss Your honor. I like that but I was with. Dan and Matt is maybe a little smaller than me but we both have the time. We probably had similar haircuts Look the little alike I guess and so people thought I was Matt Lubick and I wasn't but it was. It was kind of interesting to hear that you know that kind of connection and the thing with Matt was. He had the strictest diet of anybody. I've probably been around. Who's in football meaning and in Oxford Mississippi? Where you know they have great sweet tea and really heavy fatty foods and a bunch of good restaurants Matt's Goto was always would get a Turkey sub from subway. And he I mean if he took in twelve grams of fat a day. It was probably a lot for you know so he had this religiously ridiculous strict diet there in Oxford Mississippi and I think when he got to got to Asu. I think he was probably a little more in a comfort zone in terms of that so I imagine he will probably eat some big stakes. I would think because he's going to be in Nebraska and he's back with his his old buddy Scott Frost and they really connected especially at Oregon. So I think he'll do well there because he's really authentic and he knows what Scott wants and I think that he was a tireless recruiter. I mean he was the guy for Ole miss who found extra cluster in a small town there when nobody was hyping him up and he did that with a bunch of other kids too so I think he's a good addition for Nebraska. I think that you know certainly a big key for them. More and get to the season will be how much better Adrian Martinez can play and what they can do with passing game. But I think they'll be better. It's just you know. I thought they were going to be better last year. And they didn't take that big step. Yeah I think that You know one of the keys for Nebraska the season will be the development of that group but also I think Scott Frost recruited while there. I don't think it's been night and day above his predecessors there so it'll be good for him to have another really good recruiter on staff. This question from Eric Peoria Gentleman as I was reading your respective lists and I assume he means our coaching top. Twenty five I was curious what it would take for Herm Edwards to crack the list. Next year he's kept them competitive during a rebuild and has them on the cusp of what could be a magical season. If my son devils win ten games and make it to Las Vegas. Does he crack the list next year? Love the POD. Keep up the good work. Thank you Eric Do. What do you say Eric did not included state? And I I would assume it's Peoria Illinois but do you think it's pure Arizona. It might be I. I feel like there's some baseball. Mlb teams that have spring training down there. So that's why I hesitate to say Peoria Illinois. Yeah I look if if if they issue Winston Games when he says make it to Las Vegas he's referring to the PAC twelve title game being in Las Vegas. Now I think I soon not the biggest bowl Yeah I think he would crack the list. Because that's what we need to see. You know there's been a lot of reasons for issue fancy optimistic Based on what? He's done so far but at the end of the day like they haven't had really a better record than they were having the last few years under Todd Graham the I will say that win over Oregon. Late in the season knocked organized. Playoff race was huge in terms of showing people. Okay record or not. This team is capable of doing something like this and the key to that whole game obviously was their quarterback. Jeff Daniels who was only a freshman and gives you something to rally around in the Here are the gives you you know. He becomes the face of the program and a big part of their identity. Going forward so There's a lot up in the air. They're you know we know that it's a different model as he said. And he's very reliant on his coordinators and he has new ones including A very familiar name Marvin Lewis. Who was behind the scenes last year? Now Co Defensive Coordinator Obviously losing you know Benjamin as big Just I really don't know what to expect from in this coming year. But Eric is clearly optimistic as he referred to it as being on the cusp of a magical season. Well I think part of the optimism for America not to speak for him too much is that they've recruited well if you look at the star system so they've retreated very well in southern. California and also if you look at Utah lost a ton of guys and obviously still has some talent certainly You know has a lot of guys back. But it's no stretch to think if you're buying and on Herman. You're terrific young quarterback by the way from southern. California who has family works in the USC football offices still ended up not going there and is now at Asu. I could see why there's optimism I want to ask you this. On the subject of her there was three coaches all with different backgrounds and resumes. Who are all plus sixty who I think all you know all three of three hires? We were all skeptical of now. I think you're more skeptical of a couple more than me but certainly herm Edwards. I was not especially how it started. And some of the press conference some of the optics of it didn't sound great but herm Edwards less miles and Mack Brown. All three have done much better or at least better than I thought they would last. You know he was. He won games that we they produce better than I thought. Now they're not a bowl team but you know there's that Which of these three guys do you not? Do you feel the best about because it seems like Mack Brown has the chance to break out the most. He has his Sam Howell. I'm not saying they're ready to be clemson or anything like that. But which of these three guys now. Do you feel like you were wrong about Mac because my initial like off-the-cuff reaction because remember UNC at a chance to hire Scott Satterfield. And they didn't even try and he then he goes in Louisville gets him I'm not ready to say that mack was a better higher in the end. Because I still think Satterfield. Great coach but my initial reaction was. What are you kidding? Me What are you doing? Unc but the the The recruiting has been unbelievable. Sam Howell obviously in Sam. How was a guy who is heading to Florida state until Mac flipped him late Right after getting the job and now he's the of that program and then the division he's in in the ACC and not that the division Hurmuz in is all that much more daunting right now. But there's a legitimate chance there for them to be a contender. Probably possibly as soon as the seasons so I give them a lot of credit. He put together a great staff a great recruiting staff and off. They go I think the jury's still out on Lhasa Kansas and herm could go either way you know like I said earlier. There's reason for optimism. But there's also a lot of question marks from Berry in Portland as a Utah Grad. I appreciate. Your guys continued respect for the job. Coach wit is doing. Here's my question referencing the BCS versus the playoff which is the more ideal situation having a great team and a group of five conference with a chance to bust the BCS or having an okay eighteen in a power five conference with little to no chance of ever getting to the playoff from a fan perspective. I appreciated traveling. That yeston sugar bowls when Utah made it in there in the mountain west but I really WanNa go to the Rose Bowl to watch my team. I UNDERSTAND UTAH. Was One win away from playoff position this year but I feel like that was an ideal year the generational players in quarterback and running back. It's a good question. It is a good question You know as as we're reading this now when I kind of running my mind through it. I could see where he was going. I think that the challenge of this is I think Utah. It isn't that far off. You know and now could they win it all? I don't know I mean you look back at some of the teams other. Tcu before the big twelve. Or you know certainly Boise State And I don't know if this is. This is kind of taken berries question away but like I do feel like you probably had a better chance. You know as we did this as we did this group test droop taxed exercise with Andy Staples.

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"kaylee j." Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"kaylee j." Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"There's a lot of people who speak to football teams and sports teams and athletes on motivational fronts. And they all have come of probably in slightly different ways whether it's inky Johnson Yourself there's a there's a bunch of people in West Ryan Leaf. Yeah I mean and so we probably know Ryan Leaf story the best because of where he was as a pro athlete and everything and I remember. We micro did a TCU game and Gary Patterson told the story of a former a former college quarterback who went to prison and talked about the difference between You know you put an egg in water and this was another motivational speaker. I know at mentioned the story to Chip Kelly and chip chip was very familiar with it from from you being in the business of this. How much do you study what other people do? And maybe what resonates? How things do while. You're still trying to be true to yourself and your message. How Much Do you study? What other people who are also in the same space do I love Anki Johnson Love Ryan Damon West about overcoming math and be imprisoned for seven years. He wrote a book called the coffee. Bean together and it happened because Dabo swinney introduced us so I studied them. I watched them. But here's what I know. They have their own unique story experience experience and they can only share their story and their experience. I can't share. There's 'cause I can only share what I know what I've been through so the key is true yourself so I try to come at it from a standpoint of leadership building a positive team my own experiences as an athlete and what I've learned from all the teams and all the coaches and all the soon athletes that I've worked what so now able to share my lessons in what I've learned along the way from all these other people so I'm more of a teacher than anything I would say. Some of these guys have the best stories ever and I can't compete with their story if I follow them. I think wow I don't WanNa have to follow them because there's some raw about their own experience like inky is experience man like you can't recreate that. But he had to go through that as a union. Be It and deal with that. And that's what made him who he is. Would I can go through. And what I ca share is Myo Negatively. My own challenges my struggles as a student athlete. I know that I didn't give it all my all to be the best I can be and it's one of my regrets and I talked to them about that. I allowed distractions again the way so I can only speak from my experience so each one of us is gonNA share our story our lessons as long as you share it from the heart and a true that's what comes across that's what's powerful student. Athletes Love Authenticity. They want realness one vulnerability. Don't tell me your perfect. Tell me your story and now I come too late to and I can connect you and I think that's what's most power a job just before we wrap one thing with the story just so the listeners know that I was referencing the Gary Patterson and told me and then I really to chip Kelly. That was that was named When you heard it Did it immediately think? Wow this is something that can that can help a lot of people out. I mean when you when you talk about Dabo Sweeney and how that kind of Keno kind of sprouted from there. Can you just kind of wrap on that of where that came and grew from it was such a cool moment because I get up there and dabbles like hey we had this? Guy David West speak and he talked about the carrot the egg and the Coffee Bean and Dabbles automated. He's all excited about is giving me the whole talk so that was like recreating David Talk for me. As he as he's telling me about it and I'm like what a great lesson because I've been talking about the powers on the inside inside out not outside in several years. I was sharing that treated with Clemson before their first college football playoffs when they were going to play in the ACC game at Charlotte. And I went back up there and talk to the team before the first college football playoffs and talked about the power is inside you inside out not outside so the coffee message is all about inside out. Being a coughing Karen Egg right are outside forces that can weaken your heart and you but the coffee bean is knowing that you can transform your environment from the inside out so that will tells me that something like man that is the best analogy to explain inside out so right away. I thought there needs to be a book called the Coffee Bean. Google notice that there wasn't a book the Coffee Bean then. I saw all these videos of the coffee. Bean the Karen the egg on there so I thought Oh. Wow this has been around for a while. It wasn't dame who invented it. He heard it from a guy in prison that autumn story. So W should we check today mess and I will and I reached out and said Hey John you can do this on your own. You don't have to do with me. I said no no. I think we're supposed to do this book together. You've been talking about it. I don't want to take it from you. I just love the idea and I think we can do it together and have a bigger impact and share this message with others. A said I'm in. Let's do it and literally bone. We wrote the book like in a in a few short days. It's only a twenty minute reads so it's a very quick quick agree with a Lotta pictures. Though so even athletes will read it and so low cost bill ready to do because it's short so so in doing that Now the book is out so it's really a cool story about how dabbled introduced. Us connected US knowing that we were meant to do it together and really exciting because Damon half my advance for the book and everything and I want to be. Truly you know like a great teammate. And he told me that when he got the check from the publisher for the Vans. It was the same amount that his parents had used for. Legal fees to try to keep him out of jail and he was able to pay his parents back with that money. So it's really cool. Yeah that is well. We encourage our listeners to follow you on twitter. It's J. O. N. Gordon Giorgio N Eleven at John Gordon Eleven. Each John is the guy that a lot of. You're probably favorite. Football coaches turned to and lean on to help motivate their teams. And so John. We appreciate you. Taking time on the audible will join us and share some of your perspective. Bruce thanks for having me and I just want to say in closing at this time. Talk to yourself. Don't listen yourself right now. There's a lot of these. We can be listening to the negative thoughts and fears and doubts design that we have to talk to ourselves with the words and encouragement. We need to keep moving forward. That's good good way to put our John. We'll talk to you soon. Thanks again take care. Thanks back to the podcast in a second but first word about our sponsor the Black Tux the black. Tux believes every room deserves a better experience when it comes to finding formal. Wear a suit or Tuxedo for their big day. Did you know the black? Tux was actually started by two guys. Who had one of the worst? Tuxedo fittings. You could imagine turns out the aren't alone in this frustration. Just listen to these one-star reviews from competitor. Tuck shops that shall not be named quote go elsewhere. This place is pretty terrible. Unless you're dressing like your GRANDPA for Halloween. Ouch we felt weird buying a suit from somebody so unhappy. We were afraid. His bad vibes might follow us to our wedding day..

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"kaylee j." Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

11:09 min | 1 year ago

"kaylee j." Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"Nowhere to go except bursaries or so my line sort of why. Why do it you know why why why bother why why the small chance that anybody anybody at risk but I spoke to I spoke to an infectious disease doctor just yesterday and he said you know you're you're good to go you're good to return to work in whatever capacity? You need to like. Here's the all clear for me at this point? We need to assume that you can't get it again and that you can't continue to spread it we need to assume that and that's what the CDC is telling us we can do but the fact of the matter is the only way to know or certain of no longer. A carrier of this virus is to get arrested again and I think you guys can both understand like that. The problem for made that this seems like a waste of resources. When we know how precious these tests are and we know how many people want to get tested. Need to get tested in. Can't so I'm you know I'm not really looking at that as an option but it's it's just unbelievable that we're at a state where people don't have the smartest people you know don't have hard answers Like cold hardbacks to give us about about what this virus can affect your body Kelly? How does having experienced this yourself? affects the way you now more your your reporting the news but also just consuming the news where it just. It's it just seems like a lot of the a lot of the stories that we read about. This are just a bunch of you know. Here's the latest report. Here's the latest number of infections. Here's the latest number of deaths to actually have gone through it like. How does that change the way you are following the story? It's always been important to me so long. As as I've been aware of corona virus to to be able to help people be able to put those those faces to the numbers. And so that's my job now to keep to keep trying to do that. I never imagined my face would be associated with the numbers. I never imagined I will be statistic But but here we are and now you know the turn. The story is taking gets personal for me in another way because Louisiana where I'm from is looking to be the next epicenter of the virus in the US. I actually I just got an update from Louisiana Department of Health. And they've got twenty three hundred cases there right now. An eighty three deaths and those numbers are going to continue to time. I've spoke to a spoke to a pulmonologist in New Orleans a couple of days ago. Who Said You? New Orleans is no stranger to disaster array now. He just feels like he's standing on the shore watching a soon Nami. Come at them air. They're not yet at a point where the hospitals are overrun by the trend. That he sees and that is just continuing to grow exponentially is that people are coming to the hospital and they need critical care and I think we all recognize that when those those resources are strapped. How HOW SCARY. This situation can become i. Th I think you tweeted something and it was. It was related to this study I think it was like three or four days ago about Louisiana has the fastest growth rate of confirmed corona cases in the world in the world which is like a jolting statement from. I guess a study that had been done down there and one of the things that just from looking at social media and obviously you can kind of twist yourself nuts from what you get on. You know shows up on your twitter timeline. But I think there's a lot of people who look and go okay. Well that's that's a problem that's over there that's in Europe or that's Asia or or that's in New York City and I think that this thing sadly has gotten politicized and people are skeptical of whatever they're being told and I think you know the fact that it's in Louisiana and going to the degree it is. I don't know if that will open more people's eyes to this that this isn't a you know about what state you're in or anything like that. I'm curious as to what your reaction was like because you were one of the first people I saw to be reporting about it. You know I think student I may have talked about this about some of the comments that would show up on under your whatever. You'd post on Instagram. Before you know it was just kind of like incredulous. How I think people had lost perspective on this never mind lost compassion but had like no perspective on on this. I can't tell you how many how many tweets I saw. The flu kills more people than this every year. Why do we care so much Or OR PEOPLE SAYING. Oh this is all the media hype and Hysteria in. How could you do that? How could you breed that and and you know and again I go back to? I'm literally watching equal rolled out on stretchers and put into ambulances every day in Seattle. Like I don't know what I need to tell you people to say this Israel but sadly it's not real for a lot of people until their grandmother ends up in ICU. You know until there brother who is seemingly healthy it needs to be rushed to the hospital it you know I mean. I think there are a lot of tragedies in this country. That don't seem real the people until they happen where you live. Whether it's it's gun. Violence in a mass shooting at a school happens in your state or in your city or God forbid at your school but this is this is real and I think when you're when you're able to see economies all over the world shutting down at this point. I don't know how anybody can deny that this. This virus is a serious problem and to look at Italy and Spain and I mean. I don't know why anybody would think we we aren't next and why our numbers wouldn't won't continue to grow just as as air stood. Obviously we hope that the measures were taking right. Now can be impactful but you know it takes two weeks for any changes to be seen in recognized in the statistics but I have a hard time with the statistics projections all the numbers associated with this virus in the first place because when we talk about confirmed cases we only have that number based off the number of people who've been tested and we all know there aren't enough tests so as more tests become available. Those numbers will continue to spike. And I don't think when this when this is all said and done I mean we'll never we'll never have all the information to be able to really wrap our minds around. How many people were impacted by this by this disease? So Kalia somebody out there in our audience starts having symptoms like you had or symptoms similar to what they've read about. What is your what would be your advice of how to navigate that you know what you described is very very Vexing situation now. With how do I get tested? What kind of treatment should I be trying to get all that stuff? I mean the sad reality is that you're probably not going to get tested if you have mild symptoms so come to terms with that and assume you have this virus. Stay home for fourteen days at the very least stay home for seven But do your best to be a good citizen of the world here. I wasn't at great risk. My health was never at great risk in the scheme of me contracting this illness but I was putting other people at risk if I would have stayed out wandering the streets of Los Angeles and I think that's what we all need to keep in mind here any any sort of selfish behavior of of thinking you can continue living your lives the way that we once knew them were or thinking that your body could be this or whatever attitude you want to have that that ignores the seriousness of this. You're not just hurting yourself. You're hurting other people around you and could put someone in one of these. High risk categories at serious risk to the point of death. So if you experience these mild symptoms. I don't encourage you to try to get tested. I don't think there's a point I recognize that a lot of people want the peace of mind in ice certainly did but looking back on it now. I mean just the fact that you said I was the first person who you know who has their positive for the virus. That's only because I got test. I guarantee there are plenty of people you know who've had this Irish they just don't because they don't have the Through bottom line being I think anyone who has the mild symptoms stay home. There's nowhere to go anyway right now. Be Smart End and look at know that you're you're doing a better service to anyone you would come in contact with by just staying home and there is no you know. I took some tylenol for a headache. I took some NYQUIL for congestion. The hospital didn't give me any medication or any prescription. This is a roused hydrate sort of illness. That just takes time time to pass. Well we hope that that you stay well and keep us informed on on the things you've been doing and and I know for like again I do set for a lot of us just knowing you especially as part of our college football world even though you're doing real new real news now It definitely hit home and I think you know it's one of those things that we're all in this together and I do hope that you know people who listen. Listen to you and your perspective on it. They get that. And so we're praying for everybody through this. Yeah absolutely thinking about you guys and your families and Marlins all do our best to stay healthy and stay home and I think the sooner everybody gets serious about this the will get through it. Kelly can't thank you enough for coming on. I hope this Telling your story helped some people listening today and we'll see you soon absolutely. What FOR DICE. Back to the podcast in a second but first word about one of our sponsors Jordache. We've talked about Jordache on here. 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"kaylee j." Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"kaylee j." Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"Where I am in my story right now so it's fourteen days ago by had time. Oh I one bad day was was fourteen days ago so initially when I was given my test results the doctor said okay. Fourteen days from the onset of your symptoms you need to isolate said okay Okay I can do that. Remind around it and then oddly enough to my surprise I get a call last week last Thursday from a woman with La County public health. Who says you're released from isolation I'm like the other member lady about seven days and she says will new CDC guidelines. Say if you're seven days past the onset of your symptoms and you've had more than seventy two hours without a fever and your conditions improving your now released from isolation you should continue to quarantine and social distance until the pandemic is under control. It's unbelievable I way what? I don't understand what that means. It just highlights. The story is as evolving and these guidelines are changing every day and at the end of the day right now. Scientists doctors don't have the data the evidence. The tell us exactly what that safe safe day is and I think you know maybe for everyone is. I'm not quite sure. All he knows that these guidelines continue to change in in when I was told that seventies you're released ISOLATION EGYPT CONTINUE TO QUARANTINE. I just I couldn't. I didn't feel safe leaving my house at that point so I had a conversation with my bosses. Abc All said. Okay Day fort as we were originally told in bed Morris reassess so I am in that process right now I was actually able to go back to work in the way that everyone's working from home these days Earlier this week report for for world news tonight but I still have not left my home with the exception of two trips around my block wearing a mask. I just. It's a weird and of mental game playing with myself right now it's like what am I comfortable with? You know what feels socially responsible for me to do right now and the facts that matters. I don't need to go to the grocery store. I can get those things delivered. I don't really need to go anywhere. And there's.

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"kaylee j." Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"kaylee j." Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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"kaylee j." Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"kaylee j." Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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"kaylee j." Discussed on Urge to Kill

Urge to Kill

15:52 min | 1 year ago

"kaylee j." Discussed on Urge to Kill

"I mean are directly reflected in in that lawsuit and so this was you know before. Kill his signed into being. This was back in two thousand eighteen and then before that twenty seventeen when they said that they would stop investigating these things and so I think probably have plus to do to comply with Kayla. Because they've had this has been an ongoing conversation for a long time. It's been in the news quite a bit in bend area and meal. There's actually another the allegation from a different case. In the past this involves A cell phone in a bathroom talk about that one. That's right and I'm just going to quote directly from the court document here from the lab. You're getting exactly exactly the lawsuit That we mentioned earlier Those filed by Keighley's parents so it says that This includes a case where prior to twenty sixteen. CFCC became aware of over the fact that one of its employees hid camera phones set to capture video in a women's bathroom on campus and rather than immediately turning over that investigation to police. Campus Security Purity officers interrogated the suspect and then gave him his phone back. So it's pretty pretty bad stuff right there so it's also that sort of leads is into The the attack incident where they believed that they based off witness testimony which they're not supposed to be collecting that either that they saw somebody that they believed to be the attacker in this case so they detain that person took that person's ide- and then police show up because they believe that they they call the police. They believe they have the right person. So they've done all this investigating getting talking to witnesses and all sorts of stuff and the police roll up and it's not that guy they have to give that guy right home. You know what I mean and so you know. They're doing these unfortunately they they gave the phone back to to this guy you know. That's that's evidence. Tampering like the the ability. That's one of the main things that chief porter put into his memorandum. That they're touching evidence going back into these crime. Scenes is to look and they're not trained to do that kind of job. It's not their job to do. And so there with the intent likely to help and because people who get into security jobs a lot a lot of times most of them they really want to help people but like going in there with probably the intention to help. It's probably it's probably causing more problems because they're not trained to collect evidence. They're not trained to interrogate people. Right they're not commissioned police officers right and again these are allegations In the lawsuit here but we did ask C.. Oh see see spokesperson Ron Peres about some these allegations and he has a different take on it. Let's listen specifically there was the serial stalker with a a group of women that was named by the police chief right and he's got that story incorrect in you know it's funny because the papers that he used to show where he thought we were dachsie too much where the papers that showed that we turn that over to the police department a year before he says we did so that one is just confusing and nobody knew that it was a serial stalker until they arrested the person we knew the coach were being stolen. Nobody knew that they were that. That person was using those coats for pleasure until after the police arrested the person so that that that story. He's just been told way too many times. Okay why that's why it's important for you to bill to set your record straight on that Same with the camera in the bathroom. Can you speak to that one. That's that's stories about four years old and I don't know a lot of details about that one but it it does appear that that on that one that maybe we could have done that when a little better and under the current Mo you we would do that indifferently. was anyone cited for that. Or I don't know what you're in for that I don't think it rose to that level now okay so again. That was Ron Paradis. Spokesperson with the college has gone through some leadership. Changes in the wake of Kelly's murder and the aftermath since two thousand sixteen. The school has a new president now now and a new director of campus public safety. Who the three of us we met when we were in bend? When we went outside to look at the changes to the uniforms and the vehicles we talked a little bit too and he wanted to make the point that you know most of our staff most of our officers are good? People Industy like you said they are there to help and so he wanted to make that point into that you know they had steps to take and things to change since this is all happened but they are moving forward. And they want the community to know that they are working on it. And so here's what he talked about as far as moving forward do you feel that. CFCC's reputation has been damaged or change story and moving beyond that because it does take awhile to get over something like this it. Doesn't you know we think that a lot of people here who live in the community have known about Central Oregon Community College for a long time. We've been here for seven seventy years. We've got a good reputation in the community People know that bad things happen to good do good institutions and and I think most people that's what they feel. I I know that some people do think less of us because of this but I think a majority of the people just think that it was something awful that happened And something that was beyond our control. Ah that happened in that. They're willing to say but we still trust Central Oregon Community College To be the Higher Education Institution here and keep our students safe so to go back to Keighley's law among the changes statewide. The uniforms vehicles must all look different than commissioned police officers officers another aspect of Kayla's law and this is also mentioned in the lawsuit. Me La are the nationwide background checks. That must be done on new hires. That's right so again. This was kind of tough for us to look into. But it's an allegation this lawsuit So it alleges that Lara prior to working with CFCC had applied for positions with one or more law law enforcement agencies and failed psych exams related to those applications. So that's kind of frightening that this person who failed psych examinations was able to get this job and luckily with the rise of Kayla's law. They're able to stop this with whole national background checks and we should point out that the college had done a criminal background check. That's right do for any exactly and as we know as we've discussed before there's there have been no crimes that he's been tied to in the past right so we'll see we'll be obviously the following what happens with this litigation with the lawsuit again. filed on behalf of Kelly's parents and stepparents against CCC Edwin Laura's employer so we also want to talk about what it was like producing this podcast. A lot of people have asked us what went into this and I say months and months and months of research and documents I mean destiny. Talk a little bit about the scope in the magnitude of putting together a product. Like this Wow I mean it took us like a a truly like a whole year. I mean there are some you know sort of barriers you'll run into you know Timing wise so we some some of the things that took us a while. We're timing wise. Is You know we work at a TV station. There's other stu we got other stuff to do exactly right but part of this was collecting all the data. Like truly you guys should see the room where we were doing all this work. There are fire file folder boxes that have thousands of paper documents and we touched every single one and we read read every single one and we highlighted every single one. And it's just you know it was truly like to be able to get that much so we could distill it down into information. Mation that is consumable for people who aren't in this for a whole year. I mean it really just becomes part of you like I helped edit it. We have a phenomenal editor. Name Zach. Who did all of the amazing sounds and music and all that stuff and all I did was cut out the thoughts that actually wanted to put them on a time line? They did a lot of editing. But like your you're you're just it just becomes part of it you think about it constantly. I mean it's just it was. We met some incredible people to tell this story. People who have had great eight great loss but are just truly wonderful people who are just trying to get pass and make their lives better and you know the it'll never be the same for them. But so gracious ship them to invite us into their homes and just take the time to talk with us like what a life changing experience that is. I mean truly and Mila just destiny mentioned all all the documents but even the video files from the District Attorney's office who is very helpful. They were very helpful with getting a lot of this information but we're talking dozens dozens of hours if not more than that video to go through right and at this point I think if people haven't checked it out yet We'd love for you to visit our Youtube page shoe because we've uploaded a lot of those segments I know Edwin Interview In California right after he was arrested is really interesting. Watch sewed encourage everybody To go back and watch it if you can Dan but yeah just tons and tons of video tons of surveillance video and this is what makes looking into a case. That's so recent really interesting and kind of exciting exciting for us as reporters and producers. Because there's so much evidence to go through and I think that's That's a really exciting project to go through for us for the very first time what was your takeaway from going to bend. I mean destiny talked about that a little bit. What was your experience like You know going there talking to all the people who were so affected by this well first of all it was. It's just amazing to me Kayla's parents who were so kind and open with us And I think all of us will always appreciate that But it was just stunning to go up to lobby. B twelve were Kelly was unfortunately killed and You know just seeing that cross on On the tree and a little memorial for her. And it's just very you know we cover all these cases you know I don't know how many annually but when you actually see that in person you see the effect that it has on people years later it just it really brings it home that these are real people who are really struggling with this and Just trying to keep her memory alive so it was really it was it was pretty heavy. I think for all investments. We've got up there. Yeah I'll never forget going driving up that winding road like we had read you know by the time we got out to Ben. 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"kaylee j." Discussed on Urge to Kill

Urge to Kill

11:33 min | 1 year ago

"kaylee j." Discussed on Urge to Kill

"Hey listeners thanks for tuning into our Special Roundtable episode this is your host Ashley Cores. Land and I'm joined today by our producers on this podcast we have millimeter and destiny Johnson here. And we'RE GONNA be talking about some of the things you heard in episode eight which is Keighley's that Senate bill five seventy six and we got into that a little bit in our final episode but today we want to talk more about that and it also ties in to a lawsuit that Kayla's parents have filed against Edwin Lars employer which is central Oregon Community College. So so we're going to kind of go through some of that and just what it was like to produce this podcast so ladies. Thanks for joining me today and meal. Do you want to start off by talking a little bit about this lawsuit. Just give us a rundown of the main points sure so the lawsuit was filed back in July twenty seventeen. It's been a couple of years now but no resolution quite yet and that's something that we'll definitely only up to you guys on one we find out what's going on But it was filed by both of Kelly's parents and stepparents as well There's no specified damages quite yet But there's a lot of information here that we found out about Edwin Lara when he was first employed by CFCC. And also the kinds of I guess liberties some officers were taking in their jobs. Acting police officer for example some of them were issuing citations making arrests and investigating investigating crimes and none of that. They were allowed to do in any way. Because they're not commissioned police officers there was also a slew of allegations against Ireland Laura They claim that he plotted to murder his then girlfriend's oncle. We were not able to track down this rumor It also claims that he assaulted two women on duty while he was working. CCC that CFCC quote should have known about prior to Kelly's assault claims. At least one of those reports was dismissed. So it's kind of frightening allegations in there and like I said as you guys know we've looked into those allegations and kind of came up with nothing. But they are. They're out there so it's it's obviously very concerning for Kelly's family and concerning and up to include in this lawsuit In the last thing that I wanted to discuss was that. CFCC officers in general were kind kind of dressed like bend PD officers So the worry here is is that some students on campus people who were just passing through may have thought that they police officers and unfortunately this seems to have been the case in Kailua so to circle back to this lawsuit. A big part of the lawsuit is all about the vehicles. Kohl's and the uniform specifically driven worn by Edwin Laura because of the fact that the point that family makes is that Keighley as she was walking home eh perceived to have seen a saul what she perceived to be a police officer right based on what he was wearing and what he was driving and that is a big part of this lawsuit is that they allege he looked differently than a police officer his uniform or his vehicle that she'd maybe wouldn't have stopped to talk to him or taking a ride home at all and that is a big point in this lawsuit as well and what's really I guess scary. And what kind of played into Kelly's untimely. Death is the fact that this car that Edmund was driving. He apparently like driving. Because it had that partition that separates the front from the back. The the cage exactly. So this is the kind of thing that Kayla's law went into changing This is clearly really something. That's concerning that an uncommissioned. Campus security officer would have so as far as the uniforms We did a little research. We did obtain obtain a chain of emails sent back and forth to different people within the college at CFCC and some of these emails date back to twenty fourteen in. We found them interesting because they had shown that they showed that the college had worked on safety and security plan at the time specifically to change the look of the uniforms and so some of the emails date back to November twenty fourteen which would have been just under two years before Kayla's death and it does show that they had worked on a plan to change uniforms specifically the color color and the college had some concerns. Other people within the college community had concerns that the uniforms look too much like other law enforcement agencies and officers around the estate specifically in Central Oregon and so they had a few of the public safety officers at working on this plan to figure out. Okay you UH black uniforms. What color can we change them too? So we don't appear as police officers and their recommendations in the end. According to these emails was that while they they recommended staying with the black uniforms. They felt that actually was the most distinguishable from other law enforcement agency uniforms. Their next recommendation would have been the dark blue and so it does show. That is as far back as two years before Kelly's murder they were looking into changing these uniforms. which is what is brought up in the lawsuit as twelve so we did interview the spokesperson at Central Oregon Community? College about all of this. His name is Ron Paradise and one of the first things we asked him. Mm About was being compliant with Keighley's law. Here's what he had to say. What changes do have to make to your fleet into your officers and how you operate the department I would? I Would Guess Central Oregon Community College. Probably about the least amount of work to do to to comply with Kayla's law because we've been working on many of the topics that are included in the law. we've been updating the cars. We've been updating the uniforms and you know we look at Keighley's also as a platform for trying to figure out what other ways we can improve there are there are some things in the in the law that That we think are good but we think we can do even better. Is it fair to say. The college fully supports Kayla's law. I think we Keighley's laws is a good launching pad for other things things that we can do as well in its intent is to try to make campuses safer obviously. That's our intent is well you know there are a lot of things that we think the state can do to make campuses safety safer and some of those things are including Kayla's law but we think there's a lot more. What do you say to the people who feel that? The school did not do enough the last three years to make make changes and fast enough. I don't know I don't know why they would say that okay. 'cause they're sitting there does seem to be a lot of people who feel that the school has really not wanted to move forward with changes. But you feel you have done absolutely i. Yeah I I would question why somebody would say. The college hasn't wanted to do things to make things safer for our students. I mean obviously as a college. It's very important for us to make sure that the campus is very safer students in and we we work on that every day so obviously obviously the college does feel that it has done. Its due. Diligence has made In fact they did say you heard talking about it there that they had made a lot of the changes. Early on after after Kayla's death and so he that's his point of we have fewer changes to make another call just perhaps around Oregon and when we were in bed we went there over the summer. A meal destiny myself and we went to the COLLAGEN. Ron Did bring us out. And they had a public safety officer. Bring a vehicle around the front to show us some of the changes destiny. You want to talk about that a little bit. Yeah so it was really nice to see some the changes that they had made because we had seen these old pictures love we were going through the case and and seeing the cars looked like and they did look very similar to police vehicles in our opinion and you know they had to remove of course the cage out of that vehicle And the light bars so they used to have light bars on the top that would flash blue not red red white and blue But that was one of the things that they discussed taking off and The new uniform. They wear these sort of really bright highlight or color sort of traffic traffic Vests over their uniform so that way you can see them from far away. It sort of gives the idea that they're there to help and not sort of you've been there in a police capacity so let's circle back to that lawsuit again. One of the other points mentioned were some of the past allegations not directly directly related necessarily to Edwin Laura but some of the other public safety officers in the past destiny. Can you give us a rundown of of what the lawsuit alleges there. Yes so This all sorts of stems from guess beef that the DA. Ben Police Office and CCC have where Basically the the DA da Hummel. You guys are familiar with him. He's been authorized our podcast here. You know he reshot too soon to let them know that they are investigating crimes which was illegal for them to do. Because they're not actually sanctioned police officers or security officers And so in an article that came out from the bend bulletin which is a news outlet and obviously early in February of two thousand seventeen the headlines of the stops legal actions by campus cops and a lot of that talks about keeping them from detaining -taining people and also investing any sort of crime that needs to be handed over to the Ben Police Department and the Police Department and signed. Signed this thing called a memorandum of understanding Where they both understand each other and the understanding would be that if there was a crime that occurred that that they would let the office know? Ben Police Office could then take care of then. A memorandum came from chief Jim Porter of the Ben Police in August of twenty eighteen. So you know quite a bit later there over a year Stating that they looked at a bunch of data they compared hurt their own. Nine one one calls and and it looked like CCC was again invest investigating crimes that they shouldn't be investigating and they were really sort of troubled by that In that a lot of that information that was in that memorandum came back into the lawsuit that was filed in here. It says there are a couple of troubling incidents that they found that the Benflis office should have investigated but see see investigating the solves one of which is a stalking case. We saw this guy for two years was stealing women's coats masturbating and then hiding them in his home after that and just like following around to sort of actualize. These sexual fantasies sees that he had the police found out about that Only by arresting him in getting a confession out of him but they were only able to arrest them because a tip was given given to them after a year and a half or almost two years of investigation being done by. CFCC had One of the points that she makes is that if they had had known about this case earlier they could have rusted. This guy like didn't need to be investigating it because they didn't have the right to an arrest. This guy even voiced true so the Ben Police Department wanted to see to turn it over sooner. Sure Yeah and see was even doing You know undercover surveillance of this guy which they also had no legal right to be doing. They were just following this guy around as he was entering during the library where he was preying on victims until one of their big concerns. One of the concerns that again is like reflected in this. You know this case that is brought up against us. He sees that These crimes are largely against women. So they're finding a lot of women victims so like that guy. The serial soccer guy had multiple victims victims and another one was a an incident of assault with this girl in a parking lot adjacent to the parking lot where Kelly was killed was attacked and someone tried to steal her backpack back and she re reported that and then ended up going and having that investigated by instead of filing like an actual police complaint. I mean not understanding the difference and that was immediately to the police either so the police are like we found these two incidents. It stands to reason that more is is going on and so a lot of these things that are in this memorandum..

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"O'clock here newsradio Kaylee J. Jeff Marcus with a with you we were talking earlier about sports memorabilia and things that are of value that you know maybe you come across and you don't really know if it's a value or not and I was so you know it changes because something that's a value today may not be a value down the road or something that is not valuable today something could happen so how do you decide what to hang on to for example nine fifteen years ago I had an autographed poster by Lance Armstrong when he was when in the tour France is and it was probably worth a lot of money there and right and it's worth nothing so much now well I had some OJ stuff and now we're just getting yeah might still be actually could point us great point I mean how do how do we know and like us and like you said earlier about you but the caller if we get some kind of a broker we can go to hello how they get paid to they get like just mission was gonna say can I just walk in and say I like an hour of your time and pay by the hour for your advice or is it I want a piece of whatever you're bringing in here and and love I don't wanna sellers wanna get some advice I would think that having not done it I would assume you go in and they'll give you their impression of what that's worth and if you want to sell it right well sure awesome same but maybe I don't want to sell to him because maybe I want to what they're kind of Scott run from my best deal because as you said earlier one of the guys as well that thing going its worth a lot of money twenty Bucks how you between I don't I don't feel that you know you make that decision on as well want to talk to Chris I want to know who to go to for this kind of stuff yeah exactly so but no I I still think again my my home run example is just how do I find that one person that perceives the thing that I want is is invaluable to the advertiser yeah have you ever eBay voices like that I guess that's the place to go yeah find the right person is like you know the baseball that home run ball that was caught on the millennials are on what's wrong with you guys again it's the internet but what what I know well the exact response on the internet so why even then to the right place to go on your nose at a Craig's list item is are you you said the day I mean I guess I guess search categories of antiques and rare rare collectibles of people want to sell I guess as were you put on yeah and some of them have were you it's an auction right I'm putting this up and people can bid on it some is just put it out there and I'm a solid right just here's the price right or just go to so if it's something you know some kind of painting go some snooty place in Beverly hills and find a bunch of people that overspend on things like how much you gonna spend to take that pain it out to Beverly hills I'm just saying I got to find the right target market okay more word all the hunt multi the shark tank guys I keep bring short I don't watch a lot of shark tank yeah it was like that up okay so that your your your people the hundreds of you know that just fake right who says failed one line come are you kidding me don't don't don't don't don't don't pop my bubble on that man I love that show thanks to the point that it's produced very tightly still entertains me job it brings me also loved to write it's all about entertainment Hey this is just out again we talked a little bit about it yesterday more US adolescence or vaping cannabis oil and T. H. C. according to two new reports published in the journal of American medical association the percentage of twelfth graders reported vaping THC within the past thirty days has nearly doubled over last year fourteen percent responded that they have in two thousand nineteen that's kind of an alarming rate a jump yeah yeah it is well with as we talk about this couple days ago I mean the whole vaping is the whole bay being a problem is pervasive in the high schools and we talked about the struggles of the school district have in trying to figure out how to discipline kids that are caught with you know controlled substances excuse me control substances or other paraphernalia that they would use to smoke the controlled substances and should those kids be disappointed they should be suspended should they just to securing service work and and and then you know the more common cases these days if it depending on the the severity what they find of the getting reported to the date you know the cops in old media is office and you know would do we one of fifteen or sixteen year old they have a you know going to the criminal system for carrying around some write them in a small amount of pot or whatever in in innovate so another interesting part about this report is that marijuana use overall however has remained stable so the teenagers are might be switching from smoking marijuana to vaping THC I can see your to conceal right user can still and am no expert on this but I'm assuming that does the vaping device maybe does it filter out some impurities and or does it increase the effects of it by Peiping as opposed to just smoking a marijuana cigarette making more concentrated yeah I'm saying because it's coming through being filter was I guess you know whatever the filter is with water whatever the powers used and not make it more dangerous I don't know well and and that's a key fact because I've I've been reading that about states that have legalized marijuana in that just like any kind of alcohol or are things that we consume our body kind of build up a tolerance to it and so the manufactures of this are producing stronger and stronger strains of it and that's what people want and now somebody just getting into it needs to be very careful because of you know many years ago stuff that was come across from Mexico is basically junk you add to smoke aha active even feel the effects were now so now learning bit somebody's got a little a small little what a little finger full of it or pot brownie or whatever it is they're doing that's gonna be more potent than some back a we they said I was smoking back in the seventies because the the people who grow these crops have become very good at horticulture and can do strains of the third Marner and so you don't know exactly what you're gonna get right now so much better product for tens products but for people that have never done it before and in fact if they start legalizing say here in taxes of ninety eight C. aspect of it people it's I Hey great it's legal now I can go do it and they jump into it they may find themselves sleeping for a week or something because a a jump to all fours and realize that some small amount so if it does become legal maybe they'll follow the same way that they've done with alcohol will have to be something printed on there that shows this is this strong right the this out this beer is five percent this beer is nine percent this is the right in this is that what you're speaking of you're talking about you know with Congress getting back to work and doing things issuing green cards and passing bipartisan legislation that that can help us and when this bees impeachment procedure done we talked a little bit about the other day when they going to tackle the issue of marijuana and give us a a a straight black and white rule that everybody can follow right as we said the other day we got a federal law and in place of a federal laws on the books that are completely contradictory to what thirteen states are doing what thirteen states are done and the feds are looking one way in the states keep growing in another direction and we've got a country that's operating hang on a completely inconsistent set rules on the books I used to be you know state law was consistent with federal law it was just a matter which one you're gonna be prosecuted under if you got caught with the marijuana so obviously it is a political football at the moment right at I I'm not even sure but I guess that is on both sides but yeah the politicians don't want to tackle that what aid I'm I'm wondering have that has been any kind of a straw poll between the Democrats Republicans and others over the the population of the US in the majority of people say oh yes we should be local legalizing marijuana okay well so let's assume that's the case forget the people going back to the chambers I mean has there been a straw poll among the Democrats Republicans I look by the way it seems like most of the people in United States do want to have a legal legalize marijuana and given that it's a big industry once we open those doors and it's gonna be good for the economy is everybody ready legalize at who's not because it would seem like they've always already done kind of straw poll on that to know it otherwise would never win that already been removed from the books I have strong feel about as a trump come out and say that he's okay with it I thank remind misquoting him that trumps in favor of legalizing it you know he says I'm John he says there is a one time is as that what will you remember him saying I thought they said he was in favor of legal he did at one point any back all you did okay yeah so mmhm it's probably because the national politicians will wait until the state decides and then we'll back whatever the state so you think that on a national level so you think that the Congress is waiting to see what happens at as the state's go in telling the US attorney's office don't do anything how do I want to see if the state's enough of them want to do this and it'll make our jobs easier yeah and they will always come in and then they won't have only the person who said I voted for this one way or the other all the states wanted it which means all the people wanted it so we're just doing what our constituents want eventually exactly so just a just a waiting game to see what the states do before the feds decided pull rule off the books right okay that's what I'm all right just wondering how much longer we're gonna live under the scales you can join in the conversation our telephone number is five one two eight three six zero five ninety or toll free eight seven seven.

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"It has already filled in on all the freeways and then we have an injury right that's reported over at spring del in and okay I Melinda Brandt with lessons on time traffic and a live look at your kill we generate our weather watch was staff meteorologist Bob Larson any hope of rain anytime soon not anything will organize a widespread down fortunately and see some showers and a couple of thunderstorms south the reason this entry where they're headed westbound on northwards or looking at a partly cloudy Nilo seventy two and he will continue the rest the weekend this weekend sunny tomorrow high of one hundred one and up to one oh three on Saturday from the weather center this is meteorologist top bars we got mostly sunny skies ninety nine in la carte now America like get Austin news on demand at newsradio Kaylee J. dot com. newsradio kale B. J. five ninety eight AM and ninety nine point seven FM presents Jeff warden Clinton show. two of our little show. should you be cynical I don't know somebody offer up an explanation why you shouldn't the Attorney General of Texas. his office today. offered up several things including a document that shows. the number of deaths. due to opioid related. objection one thousand three hundred seventy five in the state of Texas sounds Love Me that sounds low. some of low. sounds like not a very big number now it's yeah for the the population we have in the state..

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"Like that's cleared out and otherwise I'm just seeing the usual stuff around town force build ups the usual spots that you know don prior with Austin's own time traffic was have a look at our weather Kaylee J. staff meter all those have there's there we've got partly sunny skies today and it is going to be a very hot and humid day will top out near one hundred thank you whether real feel temperatures about a hundred and five again this afternoon and then with patchy clouds it's warm and humid with a low of seventy seven tonight partly to mostly sunny tomorrow and Saturday hot again highs of one of two when it feels like between one of five in one ten from the weather center I'm heather's air now is the chance to use reliable energy to grow your money with the dominion energy reliability investments are new investment product offers competitive returns no maintenance fees and flexible online access to your money make the reliable investment in reliable energy the dominion energy reliability investments to find out more go online to reliability investment dot com that's reliability investments dot com six eighteen Todd Jeffries and don prior you can watch it live in studio right now the tide of don show Facebook page Hey this conversation about increasing the minimum wage really taking off among our politicians of course yeah yeah the minimum wage increases creating an unintended consequence for small businesses and it's forcing one restaurant owner to potentially hike its prices.

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