21 Burst results for "Keat"
"keat" Discussed on The Center Ring esports podcast
"Top twenty thirty in the world if they ever had a world ranking teams so i i don't put as much stock that i think i put stock into where you're playing and how that how that plays out so i. Yeah i super massive. You can't blame you for your region not being strong. But that's why you have to show up here. Yeah what i'm saying like this is where you have to show up than otherwise you're gonna continue to be looked at us like second tier you know when it comes to skill level so Opportunity for all these guys to kinda show going to group. B which if group a was the group of death because of really good teams. I would say group b might be that group of death because you could almost convince me any of them can make the top two. You have keyed stars coming from the brazilian side. Keat stars also. Fun fact had a strong. Cs side at the start. That's kinda wear a lot of the main in brazil guys and all them came from. I thought no okay. I thought they were owned by some of the cis guys. But what was fallen. 's like remember. I know what you're talking about. I remember the names. I thought it was that. But i guess it's not looking at the list. i digress. They are brazilian though key. Right team name is in dollar it. Okay it's a different team that you're thinking of okay. So group b has keat stars team envy crew which we're seeing comeback and zeta division which data division for people that don't know is the the previous like absolute jupiter lineup from japan so they were considered one of the hype teams going into iceland that we were all looking forward to see than they had their long. Winning streak snapped at the worst possible. Time right before qualifiers for is for iceland. It didn't end up making it through so they've just rebranded But they are the absolute jupiter lineup that you had a lot of.
"keat" Discussed on Beauty IQ Uncensored
"Oh can i can win when you go. Yep i'll i'll adapts. then i'll do the. I'll travel to show to him. I feel like that's like a. I feel like you answered the opposite last time in growing in this league department. Yeah we're all evolving every day. This is another teeth related. One would you rather have eyelashes see. This is what i mean. This is just like. I didn't come up with any of this is by the way i want to reiterate that this is the audience. Would you rather have eyelashes fatigues or teeth for need nothing. That doesn't even make sense. Like i think go eyelashes his taste. Because the detailed way down my eyes. I wouldn't be able to open my eyes. Small much eight. I'll go to. You could just sign it would be. We'd have teeth. You could just shot. Yeah yeah go with that. Would you rather use three and one wash for an entire year or have a recurring hemorrhoids. For a year prayed. One voice green. I mean but it's not that bad. Like i feel like i think that like way. We're like ways so obsessed. We would choose medical like thirty like crazy definitely. Don't we'll talk about this one before darn answer this one. I just want to address something that said. Would you rather kiss matter any with tongue now. Why wandering is because the person who sent that in obviously thinks eddie. Ugly because they saying they. They emphasized with tongue to make sound like. That's not true because we always get just saying like that girl keat so no comment on that one. I mean we just get really into the drags with the rest of them like we got eat. I'll say each chocolate. That tastes like poo poo. The tests chocolate chocolate. What are you gonna. I would hate chocolate like. Because i don't want a coli latest in thirty eight a chocolate notice saying eight per that tastes like chocolate. That's what i thought you meant. I thought you meant just that look like chocolate. Not you have to eat it alley. Chocolate chocolate the series. Yes you guys. A sick no. Pd related one horse sized dark or a thousand ducks horses. One sized on. I feel like a swift punch to the throat. Your break down. Would you rather during the anus adana vomit at the dentist. Oh i'd rather yeah. I just hypo meeting. I don't think so. We haven't had you honest lighted heavy. No i haven't but He can't speak from experience. Maybe that's a cringing on viti going to get out on. What is yeah. I don't even know what it the woods highlighter..
"keat" Discussed on Coach's Corner with Paul Ybarra
"Could have been meet. Because here's truth for me. I should be imprisoned. It wasn't any smarts of my own. Even before i knew god he had grace upon me to keep me because in high have had those conversations of someone telling you. There's there's people that god keat and then this guy. There's people that god uses through their stuff. Yeah i should be imprisoned. I just never got caught so keep going. Sorry i know that's the reality was through. That should be enough right there for somebody. Who's looking to say you know what i could have been in there. That's the ice breaker and then to hear of the guys who were innocent. Because like i said. I have with these guys and they open up and i'm saying what's how could you hear about the system and the courts and judges and you. I've heard about that stuff. But he right but to actually be sitting down talking with a guy who's doing ten years for a crime he didn't commit. I'm sayin' wow and you hear all this new. Dna evidence coming out and certain guys are getting out after forty six years. And i'm saying man. What's so it really changed it to say these people in here It just people like you said some people got caught. Some people didn't get caught. Why all that eight. That's unexplainable. But god's grace and mercy so ev- really allow me did not even realizing that because they will tell me when i talk to them. I'm not talking down to come on bro. I i never came in there. Like you know y'all in prison. I'm in the free world because truth be told prisoners anyway. Yes the stigma. Prison the mind prisoner thoughts prison on how we act. That's where racism people don't know that people that are racist they imprison yeah so sake so it expanded the bars. If you wanna say. I just call it another community. It's like a gated community. We got nice neighborhoods in texas with gated communities. That's just a gain of community. Is this a different type of gated community with people that have had on a different path in life but somebody's father in right. Somebody's grandfather in their somebody's brother Somebody's uncle somebody's cousin. Somebody's son somebody's friend. And when you look at it like that to know that anybody who's in prison their family is doing time to who i realized that all this is bigger than who i'm talking to because these guys are gonna go now and depending on how ministered to their will determine what kind of compensation they have with their wife their children when they get on the phone and that's one of the things i really tried to share with them to focus to help them to understand that. Listen you might be behind these bars but you still can be effective for your family. Come on if a guy in prison can run. Run a drug operation out here in the street. You tell me guy from prison. Can't run his family. Say at bro. He doesn't say he needs to be president but if he can't be physically present he can be present in another manner so it was given guys hope to still be engaged. Understand that man. You still are somebody you know. God still loves you. He still going to use you. I i would love to set off free today but that is not how it works. But i can set you free in your mind. And that was one of the things..
"keat" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Christmas with your dog, buddy buddy, the elf. He's my baby buddy Boot maker. Already. So now about this mayor from an Alaskan town of tell Keat not Oh, I love that town. Talkeetna. This I could tell you, I'll tell you this. 90% of my talkers would immediately say, I don't care about any other platform. I'm voting for this person. For this mayor. Okay, let's hear the mayor of the Alaskan town. Tell Kita Is called Stubbs. It has been mayor of the town since July of 1997. 23 years. Stubbs is a cat. Oh, Ah! Landslide Victory Landslide! You couldn't take down a cat like that. How many people live there like six. You let me see. Ah, great towel. Keaton Population plan Very bad typing 876. Wow, that's kind of a large amount of cat right in charge. You're right, because their talent up north here that has a dog they always have like a dog as a mayor, One town has a toddler. That's their mayor. Like that is just what happens to towns when they're just like we just don't care here pretty much. Yeah, you know, I found something interesting out about the art of artificial banana flavoring and things. That's code feigned interest in like you know what I think of nerds? Okay? Yes, it'll Panis. Yeah, because there's a little banana and it looks like banana. No. So she's talking about runs. I meant that's what you meant. But like banana, popsicles and stuff like that the US pops, they're great. But think about that flavor. It doesn't taste like banana. Here's why So the recent A taste of artificial banana flavoring in artificial banana flavor products just doesn't taste like the banana that you may have eaten this morning. Is because it's based on a type of banana that was wiped out by a plague in the 19 fifties way so the banana flavoring of like, Oh, this runt is yummy. Or while this banana popsicle that I have is so great, But and then you take a bite of a banana if you really think about it. They don't taste anything alike, but that that Popsicle banana Popsicle tastes like a banana that got wiped out by a plague in the 19 Okay, I can't say update it. Because people were crushed flavor. Traditional banana is I taste like banana. Now, if it doesn't and but you don't know bananas because you have Ah, disdain. I don't healthy disdain for banana. It's just that Nobody really wants a banana. That's always say this and all the banana lovers are like, What's this lady talking about? One of banana. It's just Okay? Okay, I do like banana bread and banana muffins, but an opinion that's great. Sure. Oh, I love that caramel ization if you make of it and take never had a banana pancake, another banana bread? Yes. Banana pancakes. Oh, my gosh. You just slice up, you know. Chunks of banana. Put it in the in the batter and in the batter. Yeah, absolutely. And then you plop it on the griddle and fry it right up. Wow. Go on. I love when you're talking about food and your accent Just over powers. Every Missouri just comes right out. And you just feel that right? And you have good Just when you got to fry some up, Yeah. Here I have. Ah, just a mind blowingly depressing fact about sloths. Oh, no. Well ruins that. No, no, no, no. This lot your It'll make you love the sloth more because you're like, Well, God started this thing that just doesn't have a chance. Do too humid, moist conditions that a sloth lives in Moss and other similar plants will sometimes grow in its hair. So slots also haven't have very bad eyesight. So these two factors sometimes culminate in a sloth grabbing its own arm. Wyles thinking it's a branch and falling to its death. God, you know what else is interesting about Sloss? Think once among Did you hear me? Poop once a month, once a month in the tree? Yeah, it was like every day they go their whole Yeah. Isn't that their activities like I'm going to go open today? Okay. I just wrote in and Google How often do sloths and then poop just came right up with Google. Finish these things for us. Yeah. Ah, man. I love me a good sloth. But could you imagine a sloth slowly trying to hook onto his own arm and falling to his death? No, no, I don't like that. Tell us other things. Like, um,.
Scottish finance secretary quits over alleged messages to teenage boy
"Budget day in the Scottish Parliament about the Scottish Finance Secretary has resigned. Derek MCI has quit his role I was before he was due to deliver his his. Party's budget following a story. Published in Scottish son. Alleging he said inappropriate messages to a sixteen year. Old Boy on Social Media Nicholas Stage in the fast as minister has since given the statement his what she had to say. It didn't Mckay has apologized unreservedly for his conduct and recognized as I do that. It was unacceptable acceptable and falls seriously scandal required for a minister. I can also advised that he has been suspended from both the SNP and parliamentary elementary group pending further investigation. However I also wanted to formally confirm to parliament that the government will proceed as planned with the Scottish budget? This afternoon it will be delivered by the minister. Public Finance Keat Forbes set out our plans sustainably grew out economy support public services and step up action to tackle the the climate emergency
"keat" Discussed on The Accountability Call
"It looks nice gated now. It's gated parking. Hello I didn't have that You know it's not the Taj Mahal or the four seasons I guess but it's it's very It was just very memory lane. I stayed in an apartment to ten. He's an apartment to twenty-five just one building over and I'm like man. Why don't you just find a girl named Nicole and Mary? You want my life. What are you doing? Hello so he's going to get a job at Red Robin by the way that's try started. No it's been really emotional. It's definitely been emotional. I've been talking about it with several people and they're going through at this time of year. Everyone's moving to colleges and yeah it's her first one to leave. The nasty is our first born. The coal can't walk by his room. She can't go in there right now. Now she found the one of his socks behind the dryer and starts crying anytime. Any song comes on that he would walk around the House and sing. She just goes. It's like man. This is tough stuff and I think part of it is that she's just so used to talking to man or CNN or seeing his face he he's brings a lot of levity to our dinners that he's just not here and he possibly may never live full time with us again and so yeah. How did this happen? How did we get to just one to five years old seven nine? How does it get to eighteen and it goes really fast? They say it does you. You don't believe it until he's moving out to go to college and then you're like what happened so enjoy cracking up here. Enjoy the movie The moments with your with your children with your loved ones because you never really know. And he's not coming back in the same as the same little person anymore. You know he's coming back making his own chicken wings last night and he'd say made our own chicken wings for dinner. kind of an epic fail but we try now. I I love. I love hearing that you know the first time I wrote to him I said. Hey Buddy how's it going. It was like day to when he's away and living in Arizona. We're back here. I said Hey I would he up to he goes. Oh just doing adult thing so pretty boring you know so. He's a character but he's he's he's trying to find his way. He's not quite sure this new college thing. He thinks it's kind of like high school except he doesn't have any friends yet except as one and his other friends roommates going to different school right there at Asu poly tech so they're not going to the same campus and community. He's kind of on his own finding his way and it's difficult for him to so we're here to be supportive. You know and we wrote a little list stuff. He can think about and and he's always welcome back anytime especially if he gets homesick. We'll just fly him back. We have that luxury. That's nice but for any parents. Anybody going out there anybody with juniors and seniors in high school relish this time even though they're talking back at you enjoy the time because I wish he would be here to to talk back at me a little bit because then you know we'd square it up and then we go watch a movie or we do something fun so it comes comes in goes my friend but thank you for asking its been emotional. And and we're we're trying to make the best of it. We hate to see him go but we love to watch him grow. That's a good one. They come in to go hubs they come and they go. Hobbs Yeah it's been really interesting to chat with you about it and as a Dad Dad who has younger kids. My daughter just turned six and my son's about turn nine. It's an excellent reminder to stay in the moment because it does go fast. I and I've seen it go fast already. it's an excellent reminder to Don't hold onto the the negative stuff and the the arguments the the issues that might pop up between us but like you've you've shared many times kind of work through those and don't hold onto those negative emotions negative feelings Because they aren't going to be with you forever and another thing sticking out to me a lot. Is You know your realization. That yeah he more than likely he's never going to live. If with you again. All of his visits back to you. They're going to be awesome. And hopefully you know they're pretty frequent and they undoubtedly will be at least for the first few years you know Thanksgiving and Christmas and spring break and everything But the relationship just changed in the blink of an and I once he moved out and I don't know about you but it makes me also think about and when I moved out and how that affected my parents whom at the time I really didn't put a lot of thought into it. I know they were sad and that they were going to miss me but at the same time like all right. Well let's just part of life. It's not that big of a deal but now it takes me back to that moment of like Whoa. That must have been really hard for them to see their son move away and have life just kind of change so so I don't know if you've had a chance to kind of think back to to win you did it and have sort of a newfound appreciation for for that time in your your mom's life specifically oh for sure I mean. I vividly remember my mother standing in the doorway waving to me as I left Denver to move to Phoenix you now and she's crying. I just remember that like it. Was You know embedded in my head forever and here it is. It's one of those slices in life. That's the big deal. It's almost like when your babies born you know you. Just it's just this is it. Does it get any bigger than this. One of these top ten events in your life The wedding and you know this kind of stuff. It's big and thinking about all those things that happened to me and exactly right Chris. When I would go back home I had no? Oh I dea I mean it was so nice to go back home. I didn't realize why it was so nice for my mom because we Nicole and I both can't wait for Keat. They come back home. I'm already we want him. Just come visit. And so. That's a huge thing is to have the kids come back and yes. It's a treat for them to come back because we want them back back and I mean there was a stat I think I mentioned it on an earlier accountability call with you and I'll say it again here. Something like ninety five percent percent of the time you'll spend with your children is the I seventeen and a half years of their life. Yeah and then the rest rest of their life the rest of your life time. You'll spend there's only five percent because they move away they move on and they're not sleeping in your same house or not waking up up in the morning we don't see Kito in the morning now. Don't text him. I talked to him yesterday when I saw something that reminded me of him and called him and told him where I was. He's like Oh yeah you know so. It's one of those things you're just like I just I just felt like talking to him so I called them and I. It's so nice to be able to have him pick up he's like I'm just doing math homework. Mark here am I cool. Here's where I am and we talk for a moment or two and then I let him go and I'm like oh I just. I just love the power of today's technology to to utilize and and reach out to whether it's a tax store. It's a phone call because back in the day I had a phone machine and my mom wanted to find me. She she had to leave a voicemail on my message machine little micro chip taper little micro cassette and then I'd check it tonight and then I could call her back. Hopefully it wasn't too late otherwise I gotta wait till tomorrow. So those things I'm not taking that. I Love I love technology for that. It's probably a little too easy to find someone one nowadays. But that's okay too so yeah by definitely know what you're talking about and I just want to tell you my one little thing I've been Sharon with people. Never get so busy making a living that you forget to make a life a love and I I I mean never get so oh busy making a living that you forget to make life. I love that saying because don't be so busy working all the time that you forget to have a life with your family only because they're going to move away. Those kids are going to leave the nest. We want him to. That's what we're here for. But you want love those moments that you have. I know you had great trip over to Europe with the kids and everybody and that's a that's memories making memories that you'll always have you know yeah because You you know all of that. What you're essentially doing is making an investment in the time that you are at right now right your Your preparing pairing for a lifelong connection right. Unfortunately we both have people in our lives. Who moved away from home and and did not have strong relationships with their parents? And don't see them very often right so some people out there might say or some people out there might feel like you just gotTa let your kids go now. It's it's it's it's good like you don't he did talk to them all the time or maybe they don't have as strong a relationship with their parents or with their their kid. But I think you're doing something right. I think you have done something right if you know if you really miss your kid and they really miss appreciate that moments of moving giving away even though they're extremely excited and ready ready to move on. I think everything that we do from the time that they're born until the time that they're eighteen. It's really easy to forget that everything we're doing moment to moment is essentially preparing for what type of relationship we're gonNA Have with them for the rest of their life right like there were. We've only got him for eighteen years. Like you said maybe twenty or so and then are we going to have our relationship with them from that point forward You know it's up to us to To try to make that happen and one of the things that sticks out In what you said about Keaton is that you know maybe it might be really easy for us as parents say I want him to stay for longer. Let let them figure it out. There's no pressure to leave. You can stay as long as you need. And and to each his own I'm not CAST judgments or suggestion. That one way is better than another another but I do like what you said that he just reached a point where He essentially outgrew San Marcos. Right like he's if he stays he's not really gonNA grow much more and he knows you and Nicole no that he simply needs to go somewhere else to reach the next stage of maturity and growth and sometimes. That's that's hard to accept but I tip my cap applaud you guys for for all three of you realizing that and not.
"keat" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"I just that the Kathy searched the grown under your eyes, behold. They may have been something I see. Well. No, he shows, if there is any substance to my theory. Found anything yet. We've been suddenly for almost two days now. You think there's much pointed looking at further? Let's not give up yet Keat would would already a mile from the site of the explosion. It isn't likely anything landed this far away. I do not agree with you an explosion that intense. What? What's that? You're digging. Seems like a piece of metal. Covered with these hard to. Keith is small metal soon issue, right? It is made of the same metal. Small grooves on the end of the cylinder, and soon be simple. Let me see. Yes. You're right. You're gonna fight of them. I've never seen these before. All right. Niamh familiar with.
"keat" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Him the adventure. The inventor of the pot belly stove Benjamin. Franklin. Without freedom of thought there can be no such thing as wisdom. And no such thing as public liberty without freedom of speech. Have that enroll in your campus in your, your classes, and pull the demonstration on campus. Imagine that there can be no such thing as wisdom, without freedom of thought. Wow. We can't have hate speech or have people triggered or threat. Crazy heard from a high school teacher. It's completely leached in high school classes to in your blue states kids are claiming to be triggered running out of classes, and parents are angry. And, and the teachers are being told you don't make the kids angry. It's so boy, let's see moving along last day at school for my, my third grader, he's, he's a bit excited, as I said yesterday, I can still get that feeling going in my body when I think about it, and I tell my son last night. I don't think there's any days in my life. I've ever been more excited or happier than the last day of school. I ought to sit around and meditate and see if I could get those brain chemicals to flow that that's probably good for you. Right. It's better than drug. I can also conjure up the feeling of the first day of school standing up there waiting for the bus to come certain other year, those feelings for employment. Oh boy. I didn't eat that so much. Just because, you know, guys I like to I hadn't seen for long time. Get to play games and such anyway. Keat says Jack it'd be great if you could share the info on those various books, and articles and podcast. You've mentioned consuming with respect to China. I've been very interested in the country's well recently love to take love to have more resources..
"keat" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Manage. God. Jon Gruden making some noise on paper, it looks like a good HBO hard knocks. That's where they where they take you inside the locker room. And the worst one is Philbin, who is of Miami coach would add to cut somebody Philbin. Yeah. Then, of course, there was rhyming Irish coffee. Hugh, we've seen a number. One year as the head coach of the ravens Cowboys did at one year you Brown's John Dorsey Altaic, play big and this year's thrillers. I'm loving it. It's I mean between Jon Gruden. We're gonna get to see Mike Mayock a year ago was on television. And now we're gonna see him on television, cutting guys in real life. That's gonna be good vont has perfect runs a little hot. Richie. Incognito is always a locker room presence Antonio guy, though, he really. Knoxville chest wants to Larry big chest. The star for sure pens if he's going to be God bless car, be, I think, Gruden will, again, we're, we're kind of used to Gruden and his little cocky, walk around. And that's what made him so good on TV. So there's a tendency for us to say God. John quit showing off all the time. But I think if you're like a, fringe fan, I tell you, they like root, always cute. Look at him. He's mad. With those bangs in the whole thing. I'll tell you what, always got me about how the next anybody say that to me. John Gerns Keat, with, don't hang around. This is okay. What the freaking Ellen show, eight oh, eight Camby are if you're talking about I don't want to. I think part of Gruden success on TV his bangs. I really do when Gruden was so go and people always so cute. I don't talk bangs you don't 'cause you're hardcore FPU.
"keat" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I'm Krista Tippett. And this is on being today with Gregory or at the two thousand eighteen Geraldine r dodge poetry festival, much of his life, as a poet has flowed out of and addressed the matter of human trauma, when he was on the brink of Atta leci-. He accidentally shot and killed his younger brother on a hunting trip. He writes in the lyric tradition of poetry. So wanna ask you. So the, the personal lyric is the use of the word I right? I mean, that's, that's a fundamental to it. I find myself curious at how I don't want to say. So in this moment wherein of me, too, and other ways people are raising their voices and their stories with a freedom that I think so many of us are shocked to understand wasn't there before. And that's part of the problem. That realization that wasn't there. And yet. It's very messy and. We have to create trustworthy. More generative spaces beyond just getting the story out there. Sometimes we have to get the story out there, but that is take us all the way. Right. So I'm just wondering how you what you see might be generative and helpful knowing what, you know, about words and stories and what they can do their deepest for a moment like this. Sure. Sure. So you're asking me to go beyond the present moment and the moment of hoping faith. Okay, I'll do my best. But I would like to kind of pause in the awkward unease. We're feeling now and say that the story, it's. What's so clear with racism with sexual assault in our culture, is that we have a culture wide experience of forms of trauma, that our culture wide, and that people have experienced experience constantly. With something like let's say just used to me, this has been a part of this. The ravages of living in bodies, right? The jeopardy living. I mean, nothing nothing more informs you about the jeopardy of living in a body, then the experience of trauma, whatever form that takes. Trauma is an assault on the dignity of your own being. But it's also an assault on your body, and they're deeply intertwined what I would say about the moment of me to right now is that the stories the it's not the stories coming out. It's individual people saying I had this experience that personal pronoun reclaiming. Just the dignity and courage of story against huge silencing this silencing from the culture, but also the silencing within right where the where, where we create the, the pathological story, which we many of us use to order our lives, it was my fault. You see how that's an ordering principle. I was in control, I caused myself to be assaulted, and even mad about a minute ago that shame is one of these things that disembodied you. Yeah, absolutely. As viable technique, but it's run amok. I mean, we know from many accounts that, that we can leave our bodies that the person that the child being assaulted on the bed can hover above the bed, and looked down. Right. We know this, we've know it from testimony. It's shock at the center of our embodied being that frees a mind into a kind of. Haarer ecstasy, you know, people get drunk and take drugs or meditate to achieve a positive ecstasy. But we also that the human mind and imagination can to an ecstasy of despair and horror. Coming down into the body coming down into claiming our stores where we can go pass those stories we don't know. We can slip back into the darkness as individuals as a culture. And so, I don't have hope but I do recommend courage and voting and phoning. Okay. So it's a crude method voting. It's not come from the soul. But right. Well, so here's what I'm curious about. I wonder if you could offer some wisdom on, I feel like there's we've opened. The flood gates to for the stories to be told for the eye to be raised. But I worry that. Still that is such a. Tender thing those stories that are being brought out into the world that have trauma at their rude. Right. This is trauma, finding a voice, and that the spaces in which the stories get told, you know, this, this poetry of our lives is revealed, a lot of these spaces are not worthy of it, and they're not tender with it. I just I just wonder if you have thoughts about as we move forward. How do we, you know, these are these stories now as you say these thresholds? Right. This is not that order on the other side of the campus. This is the holding of the chaos and looking at it straight on. But do you have thoughts about how we make space create conditions? In our life together that are worthy of that lyricism of our lives. Yeah. The way forward, I think is also through more dark. We've mentioned shame and the silencing self blame that comes with trauma. I think another thing that scares us is rage. Those who have been harmed. One response is shame. That's where they turn the rage in on the self. We all know that done that we do it one way, we live, but you can also turn the rage outward, and that's Gary, that's terrifying. Rage among humans intimate rage, rage, when we're near people who are feeling rage, and anger. And again, this is part of our legacy. You know, I mean, I think what art does it tries to get to the place where we're lyric tries to get to what we all share, and I think we share mysteries, but we also share passions passions are very, very frightening. We all experienced joy all experience fear. We all experience anger. We'll experience sadness and we'll experienced disgust. And social psychology, I think kind of experiment other store, but I mean, there's a commonality for us. And anger is one of those they won't go away. We don't have a solution to our passions, what we have. And I guess this is what I would say lyric, poetry, does is we have. The effort on the part of poets to both articulate their passion and. Modulated into the form that we call a poem into some kind of coherence. Whether I think they can lead us forward in ways that is to say, if we can find the poems and songs that seem to, to show a path forward for us. They won't be they'll be different for each one of us, right? And I think one of our kind of spiritual tasks in my notion of secular religion is that job that Emerson scientists to make our own bibles, take responsibility for what we consider to be. Meaning full statements of being. Meaningful in the sense that we can walk in the darkness, our own darkness, stepping using these. Homes and songs and pieces of wisdom as as solid footing for our journey. Where the journeys going, and I'm sorry, nobody told me so I don't. Except we're what does it? I'll say this Christian thing. Veil of tears valley of tears, that we walk through or valley's Chateau, death, or the veil insures, and you got to walk that lonesome valley. You got to walk it by yourself. Ain't nobody else. Can walk it for you? Great song. I will not sing it, but Keats heats who is one of the saints in my secular religion, Keat says, oh, it's not a veil of tears. There's no other world. He says it's a veil of soul making and our job as humans is to create our own souls. And I think one of the ways we do that is by finding the songs and poems that sustain us and explain us and make us brave enough.
"keat" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"And you'll get double. I got a better idea. How about a government funded lot lizard program, where every truck driver in America gets to government funded lot lizards per month for the next ninety days, gums teeth, whatever they like they'll actually be a like an application that you fill out. You get the all the preferences that you prefer to have ethnicity mouth size. Everything. What's a lot lizard? What's a lot lizard? Yeah. It's a Hooker your trucker, okay? Pretend you're. Trucker who just stopped. On the road while. You stopped in at the flying j truckstop. That's me parking. Okay. Just told load definitely spent the time all the load across the USA. Right. Stopped in Missouri. And, and walks a lot lizard, played by me, okay. Hey, hey, what are you in Patty? I was looking to get some HAMAs, and maybe some Saks, but I don't know how mish hammers up visit have hummers you here to win wish in between teeth. I give you gap job like you wouldn't believe for you could say, David Letterman, are you the mouth piece for the other the better looking women on the math piece, and I am the best looking bunch. Okay. Well, I'm gonna leave the flying Jane I'm just going to drive. You're gonna find a better one to me. Why don't you slide on over makes room for gummy gaps? Okay. Yeah. How much well we discussed price, but limitation, you, you go and give me a slim, Jim extra spicy, and we make we can have some fun. You see I haven't showered in four weeks. Is that okay? Chow gnashing game down there. What Tim short you got on there. You get them at old navy. Buy one get one half off this past week. It's like I got a bunch. She got a fly on that thing. Homo drawstring a little drawstring, but it taking just pull them down. And you could go to town. I mean let me let me. Untied. Dashi matif. Okay. Oh, that little thing. Little guy. He's got a name names Murray. Hey, Mary Keat, little guy. He married, Mary you in for gummy gaps gated attention. Come out Murray, Murray, Hamish Mackie games Matik times. Hey, mary. Keet Lil fail. Aging. They'll figure Hueys. You get beat for mommy. That's a lot lizard. It's a lot less. It seems like something that you want to, you know, you wanna avoid that why is John trying to give give the truckers America to lot lizards each when it doesn't seem like that's something anybody wants. I have I happen to be personally offended by Drew's, you know, characters Asia very offensive. I think there are lots of lovely lot losers out there of all different. I don't think there's ever been an attractive lot lizard. If that really happened to me, I would just leave my load, and I would just walk home, and that would be it. Yeah, you would you would pal. Now. Trump going home light. Load lists. What he up at your joints? Well, there's breaking Star Wars news. And I gotta tell you tell you I am completely disturbed by and that's not it. I will also tell you about a Florida man who beat his wife nearly to death with a weapon that is very near and dear to drew Grabow lives heart. Oh, that's next on to grab a live. Don't forget to think the real pros this mother's day. Maybe your mom was a pro at cooking. My mom was a pro cooking. Sure. She got to put the Turkey in Turkey Turkey Tetra Zini one time, which will never let her live down. But man when it comes to preparing meals, and making us laugh and making sure we adhere to the important holiday traditions, like putting a potholder over your head while you light the minora. My mom is up fro, and she deserves.
AT&T faces challenge of paying off debt while investing in expanded services
"If you owe the Bank one hundred dollars jay-paul getting one said, it's your problem. You're the Bank one hundred million dollars. It's the bank's problem yo a hundred and sixty nine billion dollars could be everybody's prompt from American public media. This is marketplace. In Los Angeles. On car result is Wednesday today. The twenty fourth of April good as always to have you along everybody we begin in corporate America today. We're quarterly earnings reports have been the barometer the past couple of weeks AT and T had. It's turn this morning. Did find not quite as good as everybody had been guessing. But fine, the real story of AT and T though, an increasing number of businesses in this economy is it's giant pile of debt company promised last year. It was going to do something about how much it owed, and it is trying to make good. It has lost hundreds of thousands of TV and wireless subscribers as it's moved money away from promotions into paying down that debt, but for dealing with debt free TNT and others could be a problem down the road. Marketplace's Benesch or has the story. A so AT and T owes a hundred sixty nine billion dollars debt levels are really really high. I mean, they haven't been most. Debt of any public US company right now Keat Snyder is an industry analyst with CF RA AT and T has a lot of stuff in needs to do like get more content for HBO develop a streaming service. Roll out five G networks. This is all expensive bad debt load is acting is kind of financial handcuffs to them. Why did it take on all this debt in the first place own part because it could interest rates have been super low for a decade? You're a company, and you can borrow at these very low rates, and you have something to do with the money, you'd be kind of crazy not to do it. Kenneth Rogoff is a professor of economics at Harvard corporate debt in general nearly doubled in the past twelve years from less than five trillion dollars to more than nine trillion dollars. The problem is that some of the people borrowing our borrowing with vary. You restrictions. They're going down into much chunkier kinds of debt. He says there could be one or even two trillion dollars worth of this kind of debt out there. And it's mostly not companies like AT and T whose debt is. Investment grade. It's small and medium sized companies. It presents a risk certainly if and when we head into our next recession Carl tanenbaum is chief economist at Northern Trust, the when you have lower rated corporate debt, what that means is that the distance between performance and default is that much shorter depending on how intertwined in the broader financial system. All this debt is defaults could be distabilise for the economy. Unfortunately, the best way to find out is further to be another recession for now a recession in the next year or seems unlikely so debt-laden companies may have a little longer to clean up their books, but not forever in New York. I'm Sabrina sure for marketplace.
"keat" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists
"I think you're onto something lands. Arts what is the worst disease that a sex worker could get? We should probably ask a rubber craft. That would be fuck. What's that disease carpal tunnel syndrome, that would be carpal tunnel? But this civically diseases of the t t. Away. We okay, that's a great one. That's a cry. Yeah. Chronic Tam, Jay. If you're I mean, I think the easiest like infectious disease stuff HP gonorrhea clemency HIV, right? Those are those are obviously high on the list of the palette for sure. Yes. So it could that lead to like necrotizing silo metal ways. Yeah. Which I think is a word that I remember for moral path. Palette, and it kinda starts like, an inflammation. And then I guess the salary Glenn dies and just sort of sloughs off. Right. So I guess maybe could be part of it. I must say no traumatic injury. Sure trauma can happen anywhere. That is true. Yeah. Ain't now is actually get suicide ENA. Ugh. Stress. Yeah. And I was there spire Keat or something like that. If I remember. So maybe you could get that sort of transmission? Plus the Sosa give the vector transmission plots the stress leading to an a type of situation. He brings up ginger Vitus, which is maybe if you're working so hard, you can't brush your.
"keat" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Two high Keat say to haiku. Two high Q gu-guy. High cool dies. Hi, high cool role. Got too high. Bringing you everything entertainment Jason and Alexis in the morning with producer dawn on mytalk one zero seven one. We're in between the end of the holidays and the beginning of spring it's home show season. Aquarius, home services. Your local Connecticut dealer will be at many of them and would love for you to stop by our booth, but you don't even have to leave their house to get this amazing home show season special twenty four months zero interest financing for the best water of your life. The revolutionary Connecticut, non electric water treatment system. Now's the time. Imagine with kinetico all those rust stains are gone, no more white scaling or hard water spots, you'll be enjoying shiny fixture. Softer closing skin and pure, clean safe water. Right. From your tap. You can be the proud owner of the world's most efficient water treatment system with a special financing opera. But it's more a limited time only it all starts with a free water analysis. Simply go to Connecticut, Amazon dot com to learn more and schedule your free water analysis. That's kineticoaz dot com. Aquarius, and kinetic. Geico, brilliantly, simple points based on approved credit. For a limited time repayment terms was twenty four months zero percents APR minimum payments apply. The first monthly payment will be do thirty days after the loan closes, no downpayment required. We're here with Lawson's who recently worked with Mimi from the red hot real estate show. We had the pleasure of working with Mimi schoneman and the red hot real estate group for the simultaneous sale of our home and the purchase of our new home buyer. I immediately and she sold her house before even went on the market. We always felt that made me truly cared about us. We never felt like we were just a number. She was trusted realtor and adviser even before we met her. We wouldn't have considered using anyone else if you'd like me to sell your home. Find her at 'em and red hot real estate dot com. Or listen to the red hot real estate.
"keat" Discussed on PRI's The World
"And now I've put on glasses, and I can see every individual leaf on the tree, you know, beautiful most of the data the Hubin collected on its first tweets mission still need to be analyzed. And there are more missions to come on this voyage. But whatever other discoveries at turns up and of Olen is convinced a ton of vehicles. Like, this one are part of the Keat better, understanding and protecting Antarctica. Caroline bieler. There aboard the Nathaniel b Palmer and the sea off of Antarctica's threats glacier. Caroline's back with us and before I let you go. Caroline question about the Hubin from a listener his name is Jason c laugh. He's from Ann Arbor and listens to us on Michigan radio. And he wants to know what kind of testing the Hugh had to undergo before could go under the ice shelf. There were some technical things like getting the buoyancy right for these waters. But mostly the issue with how to safely deploy and recover the submarine and conditions that change really quickly down here. So how to make sure it doesn't surface under sea ice? That's rapidly forming down here as we head into fall. And when it's too wavy for it to be safely recovered. That's the world. Caroline Bieler aboard the icebreaker Nathaniel b Palmer way down under Caroline. Thanks very much. You're welcome Marco. And if you've got a question for Carolyn about the glacier and climate change in the Arctic send it along. The address is my world at the world dot ORG. Also, if you wanna see the Hubin, we've got photos of the sub and the Palmer's crew there at the world dot ORG. We come to the net and Bill Harris studios at W H here in Boston. I'm Marco werman. Thanks for listening. Our public radio international.
"keat" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"President Trump first announced in a tweet wanting to ban transgender people from serving in the military will now it's held up in court being defended by the Pentagon in congress. Securing America, retired air force General James Stewart, who's performing the duties of under secretary of defense for personnel and rightness told a house subcommittee, the new policy ends the practice of providing special accommodations for individuals with a history or diagnosis of agendas, fauria and transition related treatment. Maryland democrat, Anthony Brown said the policy sounds like don't ask don't tell the issue is ultimately expected to be decided by the US supreme court in Washington. Rachel Sutherland, Fox News the case against actor Kevin Spacey. Returns to court today in Massachusetts, a pretrial hearing two months after Spacey pleaded not guilty to indecent assault and battery of felony is good of groping eighteen year old man at a bar in two thousand sixteen police in Baltimore. A man who claimed his wife was killed by a panhandler was acting. The acting Baltimore police Commissioner says fifty year old Keat Smith and his stepdaughter were arrested in Texas Smith is now accused of murdering his wife Jacqueline after initially saying she was killed by a panhandler. We now know that that was not true last year. Smith told police they were driving in Baltimore where they gave money to a woman begging in the rain with a baby. That's when Smith claimed the man approached and stabbed Jacqueline's case. Like all of these cases, certainly a terrible tragedy Jacqueline Smith. Was an innocent victim. So I hope you'll keep your thoughts. Because of the city's violent history. The Commissioner says people take advantage of Baltimore and want to make sure the truth comes out and Justice is done. Ken. Duffy, Fox News on Wall Street stocks could rise to start the week. Dow futures more about seventy points markets also moving higher.
"keat" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"This is health for life, weight loss and cellular healing. This is the show where we want to educate you on how to get a healthy metabolism. How do we improve the metabolism by getting to the cause of the problem? If you're struggling with weight, and you can't lose weight. Give us a call eight five five six that loss. Eight five five six fat loss or our website health for life, Sacramento dot com with the number four health for life, Sacramento dot com. All right. So in the last segment Caroline was talking about all of the benefits of the program. And we hear these benefits on a regular basis. I assure you that these are very common improvements number one. Her clothes were fitting, again, they were becoming loose honor. And I know for for the women out there. It's very frustrating. When you're you're not able to fit in your clothes. And then you don't want to go out and buy large. Close because that's that's an admission of defeat and you don't want to be defeated with your weight. You wanna lose your weight? I get it. And it's very frustrating when you don't fit into your old clothes. So I wanna get you in the old clothes that you used to fit into. So that you can look amazing again she lost weight in her mid section. How many of us get that fat at body fat around the belly and around the sides and around the back that just it? We don't like the way we look so that was an improvement for her. She had irritable bowel syndrome and fibromyalgia that occasionally does come back, but it's much better. And these are things this is all about health. Right. So by improving the diet by giving the body what it needs nutritionally getting the hydration up amazing things can happen. You feel better. You have more energy her energy came back. She had done other programs three of them. At least that she mentioned. We don't. Want you to fail? We want you to succeed, but we have to educate you, we have to really ramp. This whole thing up by getting to the cause of why your metabolism is slowed down. And how do we know where you're at? It's through the body composition analysis. And again, I mentioned this on every show that determines your percent hydration. Which is one of the biggest keys to a healthy metabolism. If you are dehydrated, you will struggle with weight, I assure you, there is a direct correlation between those people that have the most weight on them, and they are the most dehydrated it goes hand in hand. And we are going to teach you how to get water in your cells. So she failed another other programs, but more importantly, and we hear this a lot. I'll ask clients when they come into to see me, I'll say what's the number one complaint of a weight loss program or diet. And some people will say, you're hungry or you gain. In the weight back in both of those are pretty much true in so many other diets I can tell you that. When you listen to the testimonials on this show is people can't understand why they weren't hungry. And it's all because we focus on all these things that truly affect your metabolism from a causation standpoint. And when we do it all at once people go into fat burning and Kito sus. And when you burn fat, you produce key tones, which is a fuel to the body. So if we take the calorie count down on our program, which is kind of a lower calorie situation, you make up the caloric difference by burning fat. That's what we're supposed to do as hunters and gathers. So if you're interested in a program like this, very health oriented, try to get that metabolism to speed up. So you can start to burn fat again. Give us a call eight five five six fat loss. Eight five five six fat loss or go to our website health for life. Sacramento dot com. Health for life, Sacramento dot com. That's the number four sign up for the body composition analysis. That's the first thing that we're going to do when you walk in the door, get the body composition analysis. It's more than a scale. It actually sends an electrical current through your body. It's called bio impedance and bounces off the different densities of your body, which is fat bone muscle in water. And then it determines your percentages. And this is what a lot of the sports teams are using professional sports teams. So it's a very common tool, but then we can monitor you from week to week to week to week and really show you that you are losing fat, and you are gaining water. So so important, so the body composition analysis is the first thing we do. We also do a health history on you. We want to know what your issues are. You are you on an acids? Do you have digestive problems? Are you on water pills? Are you diabetic? Or do you have high blood pressure? You're on your own statin medications. All this stuff makes a difference. Are you on antidepressants or you not on antidepressants? So. There are so many different reasons of why the metabolism slows down and diets just aren't aren't addressing any of them other than here's your food. And here's your calories, and we're going to give you the cheerleading raw raw raw raw raw, which is good. I don't I'm not trying to belittle the people that are on programs where you're in these groups, and you're talking about food and all that because I think that's positive, but more importantly, it's the physiology behind this program that changes your metabolism. And when you go into key toasts Keat hostess. Which produces key tones, which is a fuel for the body, literally cleans your cells out cleans, the sells its anticancer it's detoxifying. It's anti inflammatory. And there's even a component called EPA genetics. And that is what the new the new science. And the new research is showing that our environment can actually turn on genetic switches. So let's say you have a dormant, gene. And you're getting exposed to talks.
"keat" Discussed on KCRW
"For decades, transporting goods across the channel has been easy kingdom's membership in the European Union means they're no customs checks to hold trucks up Julian Keat is director of laser transport international a global freight, logistics company. It's totally seamless relationship American audience if you were going to drive from New York down to Miami. You just drive simple as that. And there's new documentation. But if the UK leaves the u on March twenty ninth without some kind of deal what everyone here calls a no deal. Brexit Keita's moving goods across the channel could become a lot more cumbersome. He worries new customs checks could cause big backups. You could end up with thick who's losing half day a day even longer while you end up waiting to get documentation processed rod McKenzie of the road haulage association, which represents half the trucks in the country paints and even gloomier picture. Well, the potential is pretty scary. We could see twenty or thirty miles of traffic lorry traffic queuing towards Dover, which is the number one port with the continent. That's why we boy helicopter. You say that's Lorenzo Zakia. He's managing director of alkaline group of supply chain specialists. Zach your plans to use his new helicopter to leapfrog any lines channel among other things. His company delivers autoparts delays in filling just in time. I'm inventory can cause factory lines to halt at a huge cost. So if there are backups Jackie O plans to fly small parts across the channel to keep assembly lines rolling. We talk in higher hubcaps we talking very small items a national when you'll have to get the employees helicopter because basically there's a large number of cars standing on the assembly line and each all these pods. Do you government has tried to make contingency plans for traffic jams at Dover? The government is hired companies run ferries from other boards. But the sole English firm involved doesn't actually have any ships on Monday officials tested an alternate truck. Route to the port using an abandoned airport is a staging area. But Zakia yo said the first run involve just a tiny fraction of vehicles compared to the daily traffic flow. We all believe.
"keat" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Shows is Elvis in the morning show. I mean, the wind chill here outside our building in downtown Manhattan is like three. I don't know froggy. It's cold down here in Miami to it's in the low fifties. That's cold for south, Florida. It's like in the low fifties in my underwear. Anyway, good morning. Danielle Gandhi, foggy good morning producers SAM's here Brody sketti somewhere in the bowels of the building. Great Lia slithering around. You want to hear the song? Yeah. The summer just started with. Like, this course, you that's why. Playing just for you. What a great song by back. Lot of texture coming through. All ready say good morning, y'all. How's it do a lot of people waking up a lot of people on the job like, our friend? Gabriel in Miami driving the garbage truck. How you doing Gabriel? Good L O lady. So we hear word it's it's freezing cold down there. It's in the low fifties. Seventeen degrees eleven. Just text from another person's listening in who works for a he's a cop. It a very large agency here in New York City. You know yesterday was national. How logs forced appreciation day is it yesterday. They actually saved a one year old's life. Who had stopped breathing. Gabriel everyone's doing their jobs, and we're just didn't hear telling fart jokes. I feel like we really that. Also keeps me going. I really wish we could we could do more to help society. Welcome to the day. So are you on the truck right now? Gabriel yes. And been on to him. Oh, wow. So we bitch and moan about waking up early you wake up late at night and go to work. Yeah. Even it because I stayed last night watching the escape from banana. Yeah. Are you done with it yet? How many episodes left you have you know? I started to force until I had to take my disco net going to work I'm you. telling you, I love escape from Danan yogurt. Great. And I'm not going to tell you anything. I'm not going to spoil it. But it really gets it gets even better the acting is so great aren't. They are fantastic. They're great. You are the first caller of the day. You know, what we have to do? We have to send you an Elvis Duran shared. It's on the way. New Year's ruined it for gonna ruin it for you, baby. Gabriel UB safe out there. I know you guys are doing a very important job. But be safe. And I hope you take care of yourself until her went on the Trump who said, hi, okay? Hold on. Hold on though. There's some people who've been working long before we even woke up today to make our lives Keat moving forward. Thanks, guys and girls. Thank you guys. And gals. I ate that. We're gal nineteen twenties. The ones that are outside and have to work outside all day long. It was summertime hits. It's thousand degrees. And they're up on the rooftops spreading hot tar. I know we're a bunch of weiner's welcomed today..
More Women Than Ever Are Running for Congress in 2018
"Deal Jennifer Kushinka in for Gordon Deal along with Rasa Kaye we know there are more women running than ever for congress this year. And while many democratic women have been fueled by the Donald. Trump era and the metoo movement the GOP contenders aren't playing up gender on the campaign trail Keat, Lynn Huey burns has written a. Piece for, real clear politics called female GOP candidate so shoe the gender card and joins us now. Caitlyn, why are female Republican candidates not focusing on gender issues for, a couple of different reasons I we have seen the surge in women candidates across, the spectrum but we've seen it even more on the democratic, side then on the Republican side and there. Are a few different reasons for that number one according to strategist and operatives and candidates themselves but I've talked to they note that there has been a along disparity between Republicans and Democrats in terms of, infrastructure here towards your crusading and helping and fundraising for women Candidates who seen that a. Lot on the democratic? Side and number one this this time around is the idea that Donald Trump and the metoo era is really. Fueling women on the democratic side and so that creates some challenges for Republican women running this cycle a, couple of candidates I talked to noted that are running on. The Republican side noted that they don't like to play the gender card as they called it they, don't like to play identity politics. As they, called it while running for congress and so some of these women candidates who could be? The, first women to represent their states and some cases in the, Senate for example have said that while they liked the idea that they could break, a barrier this way it's not really a focus of their, campaign instead they want to focus on the. Issue Caitlyn one of those women you just referenced Marsha Blackburn likely to become the Republican nominee for Senator in Tennessee is kind of issuing the gender card what is she Running on Well she is running as a top ally of. President Trump she is very close, with him has made clear that she would be an ally of his in. The Senate she has long represented Tennessee as. US congresswoman, in fact when she was elected to that post in the early, two thousand she was the first woman to go to congress from Tennessee who did not succeed her husband. In office so she has recognized that she has broken. Some barriers and she talked to me about ways in which she is encouraging women to get. Into politics but she also is very supportive of this president supportive of his policies and welcomes his endorsement and welcomes his ideas and. Her state it's very different though in Tennessee compared to other places because Trump is still very popular, in Tennessee traditional. Republican state he wanted pretty handily in two thousand sixteen candidate Like Blackburn it makes sense for her to. Run as an ally of Trump even though she's a woman candidate and some other places it's a little bit more difficult we're speaking. With Caitlin Huey burns of real clear politics in those states that aren't heavily Trump country are the, women who are. Running getting away from the Trump message at all It really depends on the district and the state so for example and in. Arizona which has never sent a, woman to the US Senate before and we'll likely, do so given that the candidates on both sides our women it's going to be really interesting to see what the Trump effect will be, Arizona is a state that the president won, by just three points at the, state that's really changing demographically towards the Democrats. And so you have the the, the women candidates on the Republican side Martha mcsally a current congresswoman who was the first female combat first female woman first woman, to fly in a combat mission and in the air, force and you have Kelli ward. Who's a physician both vying for the Republican primary and that's not until the end of August and so in a Republican primary the goal is really to endear yourself should Trump And motivate base, voters and then try to tack, a little bit more moderately during the general. Election that'll be kind of difficult, and that's Caitlin Huey burns from real clear politics This.
Hundreds take part in rally against gun violence after school shootings
"To save him but he died a short time later officers searched the building and say they didn't find the shooter but they do think this is a homicide police say the man killed was affiliated with the institute and did have access to the building his name not yet being released komo's michelle esteban recent gun violence has inspired a nationwide movement saturday hundreds came together in south seattle to call for action and each one of them wearing orange here's patrick quinn with more jennifer keat almost didn't count i hesitated when i got out to our this morning because i was like jennifer are you ready for her bravery though she showed up wearing orange inner survivor trauma eat anymore in august or twenty eight year old son jamal was shot and killed off rainier avenue south leaving the fact that i have to be one of these moms is hurtful and areas hating and like me now i'm down here doing this feeling of frustration but she wasn't a low enough hundreds gathered in south seattle part of nationwide campaign to advocate against gun violence speakers focused on suicide prevention hardening gun legislation to control access and calling for change to prevent school shootings the fact that i'm here it's a tribute to the change that's occurred on the heels of april's nationwide walkouts justin velasco a student at seattle pacific university was among those today turning anger to action when students at parkland stood up gave me the gumption me the push to actually do something the day of advocacy of solidarity to help and in the process he'll everybody wearing orange saying it's not okay there jamaal died just by wearing their orange is not okay there jamaal died today was really all about making sure that guns don't get in the wrong hands and that certainly means suicide prevention as well patrick quinn reporting a bicyclist was struck and killed by car saturday wall in a crosswalk at a busy intersection auburn the initial impact causes cyclist of flies several feet through the year please tell us the man died in route to the hospital amtrak service between seattle and portland has been suspended due to a landslide across the tracks north of olympia twenty four seven news the news you want when you want it on komo news i'm paul jackson.