17 Burst results for "Keizer"

"keizer" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"keizer" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"It was a big stepping stone when I grew up so glad to have you on and talking about some of the stuff Kyle down in the form it's Salem Keizer you've got cut one kid who's just brought up from the Arizona league uses crushing the ball and then I assume we're gonna see hundred bishop and Logan why it and it's Gerald in some of those guys bring us up to date on where they are yeah hunter **** hunter bishop is in Arizona and we should see him make his debut here in the next few days down there's only he signed you just did some work outs and now we progress in the game activity so if you look at there's only boxscores here in the next couple days you should be able to see him in action for the foreground or his Gerald from Louisville shortstop he's actually making debut tonight in Salem Keizer so so yeah Logan why it he made his debut the other day hi he's out of office office to it so he's out a few more days but he'll be back in there and yeah I mean bishop should make go through a progression and we're excited to see him back on the field he didn't play for a month and and how much out of the kind of went through this after the draft in and got the the contract signed everything so he's going to work out this or progress in the back the game activity he'll play some games the the element densely make its way up the sale price or but the two kids down on the crank McRae in you guys Luciano right then the other the other kid who you you promoted to Salem Keizer those are the names that they're there you know the fans just can't wait can't get enough of yeah I mean Luciano canario what they did there in the years only was very impressive the start Luciano's obviously still there just excited to see him out on the field and in getting used to the pro game and then to see the performance has been very exciting for all of us and whether be a you know standard people in player development canario same way he's taken a step up now to Salem Keizer young kid so it's an advanced level form so you gonna go through some ups and downs but we're excited to see how I handled it gramma Craig he's he looks great he's played a fantastic center feel he's got a pretty left handed swing he's going to be great once you kind of get that adapted to the transition from high school a face and pro picking which is just incredible jump in and speed of the game as everybody can imagine but he's going to be great yeah a lot a lot of excitement in the Arizona rookie ball league there and then stay on geysers well there's just a lot of excitement around a lot of our younger players talking to Callahan's the giants director of player development sort of a question in regards to the approach for hitters were coming I mean you you deal with cash or coming out of college with a different ending approach than seventeen year olds out of I maybe the the international cool he's the bad guy something that can be taught or is that something that guys just have like we know Brandon belt is great I at the plate but when a young player comes up in his aggressive what's your approach to try to change how he how he looks at her well that's that's a fantastic question we we deal with so many different guys in the minor leagues your sixteen year old kid assigned the medic and and before you know it you're looking up and you're talking to a thirty year old who's who's got majorly experience and we deal with everything in between you deal with guys who have no plate discipline and the guys like Brandon bell who comes out of Texas with a lot of plate discipline but just need that kind of a mechanical adjustment that stand.

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"keizer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"keizer" Discussed on KOMO

"Komonews dot com with our web producer, Elizabeth keizer. Hi, Elizabeth, your top stories at KOMO news dot com. This is something bear found in a place while you really don't wanna find him in this place. Exactly found him there. Well, someone did a homeowner actually found a bear in their closet in their home. What happened was the bear somehow was able to open the door to their mud room. And then once they were inside the mode room lock and deadbolt that door. So then the bear was kind of stuck in the mud room and tore the modem up, like just leave a dog home. It gets a little anxious inserts turn things did that. And then that sort of war, the bear out a little bit and found himself climbing up into the top shelf of closet and took an app, that's where the homeowner found it how to fish and wildlife. Come out and tranquilized the bear and safely relocated so wild story. Okay. Now, you have some gorgeous photographs to show us about sixty photos, actually last night. I don't know if you saw the sunset was gorgeous. It was orange and red and pink, and it was just unbelievable. A really great way to end spring and some of the best talkers in the area. Send us some of their photos from the sunset and we put it up in little gallery online. Check it out at komonews dot com. She loves festivals farmers markets and especially.

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"keizer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"keizer" Discussed on KOMO

"Producer Elizabeth keizer highlights. How you doing? Hey, so top stories from komonews dot com. This is interesting, a dog that has been bit by a rattlesnake over badger mountain owner was up on the mountain hiking around with their dog in Washington state. Mountain I hadn't heard of either actually, but the dog was just doing dog things and sniffing plants and stuff. And all of a sudden it, Yeltsin it turns out that it was actually a rattlesnake that had the dog and at first, the owner was kind of into night. Like all the dog didn't get bit. But then, eventually the face started to swell. And apparently, what what she really wanted to do is get out the word that two things really saved us dogs life, one is every year, there's a special vaccine that you can get for the dogs, which is against rattlesnake venom in. It's not typical back seen that you would normally get. But it's something that you can't get if you're in an area around around the mountain and then Benadryl actually, so she says she carries a little bit of Benadryl like the little tablets with her dog survived and the dog survived. The Benadryl slowed down the venom, and they were able to get off the mountain in time to take it to a vet that was able to create the life, the whole story, right there. All right. Tell us about the lawnmower, man. In Alabama, man, didn't really cool thing he went around to every single state to mow the lawn of veteran for free. He started this project because in his own area, he saw that, you know, older people were having a hard time mowing lawns..

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"keizer" Discussed on Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"keizer" Discussed on Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

"How do we foster more open communication, with a spouse, for example, or even just with a parent child relationship? That was a struggle. Yeah, it was just like new trying not to offend, but trying to also be transparent and then also trying to make a plan. The first thing that case always say to me, because funny, you said, the, the parent child situation, keizer say the military, I'm not your child sound my husband and, you know, for me. It was hard cause I'm like, I'm trying to educate you. I'm not trying to be little you, man. How do you create this, because I felt like why are you attacking me as if I'm not contributing to this household at the time, it was not as much as you contributed? You know. So what are you what's your tips for people who are trying to have those conversations? So it was hard at birth cause I definitely was a bully like this, what been to do. I know best taught me, right? Like before you got here. Like I was running thing. So you not run. Put. Everybody's not a budget needs to do what you wanna do over here. I'm gonna do what I'm gonna do over here. And I realized okay this this bullying trying to get him over to my side is not working. And so what work was a hat to find a common denominator? So before my I had met my husband, he has. He has a daughter. She's nine supergirl. That's what I call her. So I realized that, that was accommodated nominated that if I wanted him to save. I could say something like wow, you spend two thousand dollars for supergirl on Christmas that's dope. You know, she's a lucky little girl, did you also put two thousand dollars in her savings account. No fathers ever gonna say will are more. He was like, you know what I will? So I wanted him to make a good by a choice. I started going through well, why don't we put this in bowl account? Why don't we do this why? And so after a while he got used to good financial habit her. No. My husband didn't really wasn't fully on board. We've been together six years total until last year. Because every time I went on a. A business trip. I was always, like, please, don't let me come home to a new truck driveway. You know by last year when the house came up and the Bank was like we only want cash is one hundred eighty thousand dollars, and we only want cash like that's it. You I mean, and it was a beautiful home nine hundred twenty s and the Forest Hills section, which is like the Ritz Carlton of Newark, and we wanted to buy there before, and I was just like tank. He was like, dang one eighty cash baby I guess we ain't getting my deal even look at the Bank accounts, and he was, I know, he's just deposits, money and automate, the, the, the Bill pay. So he doesn't see, you know. And so, I was like, we, we, we have he's not one eighty we've got a lot more. Don't look at it. Now. Yeah. You probably trust as you at this point. And he's probably doing. This number Bill. But it's and so we created a system because I believe, couples should have joint and separate money. So our system is that so his so for him, he was, like, who was adamant that I want to pay the bills, you know, and I was like, he's like, I know everybody probably thinks he pay the bills because you make more than me, but I wanna pay the bills and I said, okay, so we have a, a separate bills account where he like his money is separated from his where he works. He works for the city so money lands in the bills account than some of his money lands, and his personal savings, and then some lands.

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"keizer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"keizer" Discussed on KOMO

"Avenue. South has a roadway reduced to one lane. Traffic is being alternated through, and there are about half mile backups in each direction approaching that area are next KOMO traffic at eight thirty four. Komo weather. Good evening. Art sanders. Partly cloudy tonight, lows lower fifties tomorrow, cloudy in the morning becoming mostly sunny with highs in the mid seventies on Friday. Partly sunny in the morning, then becoming mostly sunny, mid seventies, Saturday, mostly cloudy in the morning. Becoming mostly sunny, again mid seventies and Sunday through Tuesday. Lots of sun. Highs around seventy Wednesday partly sunny, slight chance of showers moving in by afternoon and highs near seventy overnight lows in the low to mid fifties. That your latest weather from the KOMO forecast team. Komo news. It's hot clicks from komonews dot com, with our web producer, Elizabeth keizer highlights up stories from KOMO news dot com. You have an interesting one out of Yakima that has to do with a manhole a yak man said that he's just tired of crime in his neighborhood, and he noticed another man acting somewhat suspiciously. In that man went down into a manhole, and so he the concerned citizen win over with his truck and just parked it on top of the cover of the manhole cold from getting out of there. Yeah. The police came, you know, and they said, you can't do that move your truck, please. And they think that the man was actually just looking for a place to sleep, perhaps..

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"keizer" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"keizer" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"As we're looking at this rain coming down here, and it will come down to heavy at times to through the first part of tonight. We do have some heavier rain working its way down through around Edison up toward Plainfield and working its way to across Staten Island, pushing northward so we're going to have to be lonely out looking out here for that here in the city of very shortly. We're going to see the worst of it. I think tapering off by about one or two AM and then left with a few showers overnight tonight temperatures are gonna hold fairly steady as well anywhere from the upper thirty. As to the low forties tomorrow. Increasingly windy, limited sunshine with a shower or two around in the afternoon. Fifty one degrees are high for tomorrow, then very windy tomorrow night and turning colder with a spotty rain or even what snow shower in some spots as well. Low thirty four and then for Saturday, we're going to continue to keep those gusty winds around with clouds breaking for some sunshine, forty nine degrees. The high for Saturday, but with the winds gusting close to fifty miles an hour. We could see wind chills on Saturday. Only in the twenties and thirties right now, we have forty one degrees and Inwood. It is forty six degrees in flushing. We have forty one degrees in midtown. Temperature is going to hold fairly steady tonight. Vicky. Alrighty, thank you. Danielle. A Long Island man is in custody accused of stabbing. His parents inside their home in Nassau County around nine o'clock last night. Police say twenty nine year old Ian keizer argued with his parents in their home on saieed circle after he'd been fired from his job earlier in the day is sixty nine year old father remains hospitalized. Police say sixty six year old Francis keizer was stabbed in the torso and neck and died at the hospital in case her is facing charges of murder and attempted murder. It's eight eleven. Hi. This is Lisa Stewart, director of the eisneramper center for family business excellence..

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"keizer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"keizer" Discussed on KOMO

"Keizer. Elizabeth, you know, my dad was a hunter it sort of runs in the family. I'm not a great shot though. I understand you have a story about a woman who is an extremely good shot. Tell us about one hundred and one year old woman in Mississippi did the unthinkable and got to deer with one bullet one bullet one shot. How she pulled the trigger? Tell us about this lady. She just turned one hundred and one in early January. She's still young. Yeah. And she's actually a an avid hunter. And she went out and she was not having the best luck. And so she was really determined to get a deer and she ended up getting to even have a picture of her with her prizes online. I wonder if she feel dresses them in halls and back to the pickup truck herself. I maybe I mean, she doesn't look frail or anything. So well, that's southern living. I understand I have some family in the south to and we have a puppy update. Yeah. So we told you earlier this week about Logan, the sick puppy up in Ferndale. There's going to be a meet and greet for him on Sunday in Bellingham at the mud bay. Okay. So meet and greet. What kind of stuff does he need? He's not. Well. Oh, yeah. So he has a heart problem, and it's inoperable so the vet gave him anywhere between a month and a year to live, and so the rescued hearts northwest his rescue agencies putting together a bucket list for him in on that bucket list is to get one hundred hugs from different people. And so the meet-and-greet on Sundays to fulfil that bucket list item is going to be fantastic. You can see those stories where KOMO news dot com. All right. Elizabeth keizer. Thank you. Komo AAA traffic every ten minutes on the four just checking in with the state patrol, and we're getting.

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"keizer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"keizer" Discussed on KOMO

"Komonews dot com. Our web producer Elizabeth keizer. Hello, elizabeth. Hey, so we've got some stories here that people are checking out and one is kind of interesting on how how far people will walk. Yes. So a tech gear company surveyed Americans about their physical limits and the people that they surveyed out of Washington state. Fifty eight percent of them said that they would prefer to get in a car to go a mile. Surprise me. I will get in my car. I will park on the right hand side of the parking lot. With a grocery store is in the drugstore is on the left hand side of the parking lot come out to the car, and I'll drive to the left hand side of the parking lot to go to the drugstore. Well, actually, actually end up walking further probably that if I just walked from one store to the next if it's raining, I totally understand. Covering on this. I mean, come on. Okay. So that's in there. You can check out that survey if you like really small spaces against Seattle's for you. Right. Yeah. According to a recent survey by rent cafe Seattle. Officially has these smallest apartments and America. Really? Yeah. Like, how small is small the average is seven hundred eleven square feet and put that into perspective other cities that might have somewhat small apartments like Manhattan in Chicago. They have seven hundred thirty three square feet as their average. It's just a little smaller. That's a closet my old apartments four hundred and twenty square feet..

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"keizer" Discussed on Bolts from the Blue

Bolts from the Blue

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"keizer" Discussed on Bolts from the Blue

"I mean, it's it's standard every every punter knows it tracking back to. I mean, as soon as you start kicking the ball and football, so that's on keizer. And then you put on top of your coverage, guess the chiefs making that boneheaded mistake against the Rams in putting it like it's regular, punt. They say that's on him. Then on top of that, he wasn't kicking while at all this year. He was bottom to in the league and kicking this year. So put it on all the problems that you have. You've got your phrase not gonna deliver when it really counts for you. He made a mistake against Kansas City in their minds the he made the big mistake against the Rams. Now he's not even kicking good and the kickers missing kicks while he's holding when Lin said, he will look at every aspect of the kicking game. He meant it, and that's what they did. They believe Caleb Sturgis is a good kicker in. So if there was a timing issue with. Kaser last year with few kickers, you'd assume that there's a timing issues again with Sturgis at least this is what the team believes. And so they feel like picking up Donnie Jones would then recreate the chemistry Caleb Sturgis had with Donnie Jones when he played for the Philadelphia Eagles. Donna Joe's the punter killed surgeon kicker, and they were highly effective. So they want to recreate that chemistry and Donnie Jones had retired after the eagles won the Super Bowl and then unretired. And now he's back. And though Donnie Jones said he's been kicking. He's practicing. He's up to speed that doesn't matter because say, Donnie Jones hasn't played. Any football hasn't been kicking. He's been on his couch watching red zone, just like the rest of us..

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"keizer" Discussed on Bolts from the Blue

Bolts from the Blue

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"keizer" Discussed on Bolts from the Blue

"Tell me the truth, but yet here I am asking about drew Kaser but whatever. So anyway. So basically what this person told me 'cause could be a guy or girl, let's not be sexist. What they told me is going back to cases rookie year the coaching staff has some concerns. Now during his rookie year, if you remember keizer was. Tough. He had some bumps and bruises throughout that season. He didn't play particularly well. But what stood out was ju- keizer was kind of inconsistent, especially when the lights were bright when the team needed keizer to flip the field and kick along ball and set the other team up with some bad field position. He didn't always deliver. You saw a lot of shanks punts his first year and then fast forwarding to his second year or guess rewinding to last rewinding your current time line, but fast forwarding the timeline. My stories taking place in if you go back to two thousand seventeen keizer had a pretty impressive campaign. He was third in the league in average punt yards. His fourth league in net punting average. He was taught five and everything else is pretty middle of the pack in terms of stats as well last year. But the problem arose again and when the team really needed keizer didn't seem like he always came through. He could still kick it impressive for most of the season. You know, early in games when it didn't really matter late and games when it did you didn't always get the greatest kick from keizer and then you move on to his other portion of special teams as the holder. And there were some issues you probably remember the one dropped snap in Oakland, but the biggest issue was a timing issue, and I get names, but there were a few kickers and you know the chargers had a bunch of kickers last year. Remember a few kickers complain about the timing which keizer now take that for what it's worth. I don't know what exactly if it's, you know the catch and put down or the spin of the ball when he puts it on the ground, there's not much to holding, but it is all about timing. Timing is a huge issue. So I can't confirm that Caleb surges had the same issue, but during the offseason the chargers really wanted to kick and calm. Petition. They really wanted Shane try Puka to step up and kinda light a fire under keizer this season because though he was a good punter, there's timing issues and there were some problems with delivering when accounted. So the chargers wanted a competition, but they just didn't get it from try Puka. So going into this year, it all starts. So already you can tell the coaching staff doesn't love the idea of keizer, but he is their best option at the moment. And now enter the two thousand eighteen season. The team thought ju keizer out kicked his coverage against the chiefs win tyreek hill, ran that ball back now. I don't believe that to be true. I don't think he kicked his coverage. I think that was a bad decision to kick tyreek hill in the first place. But also I thought those a lot to do with the coverage unit more than it was drew Kaser because everything seemed fine. But the coaching staff thinks that that was an issue, then the kind of final straw almost well, not the final straw because he was cut a couple of weeks later, but the blocked punt in the end zone against the Rams was when he was really hot. Water drew Kaser took his full three steps which you know you can't do and Lynn lit into him. You're the press covers Lynn talking about. You just can't do that. He can't kick it like a normal punt when you're in the back of the end zone and the balls of the goal line in Lynn is absolutely right about that. You know..

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"keizer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"keizer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's a COMEX, and we also have effects that in ancient times, comets and asteroids can impact on earth. So these are all the scientific facts that we can say that phosphates and die floodgates in particular can be made in deep space and can be delivered to us. I'm going to be honest. I myself, I'm a very simple form of lives. I'm just trying to break this down into Lang's. I can understand and these phosphates arrived on earth via potentially asteroids by meteorites comets, Brian. Okay. And then they arrive on earth. And then they form the conduct pools of chemicals that we think theoretically. Form the building blocks of DNA, which is what made from. Let's yes. Correct of cuts this chase. Why is this important today? We want to know how life developed and how life origin, right and one of the key elements for life is fostering, of course. And we also want to know if there's a possibility that these processes can also happen on other planets outside our solar system. So there you go. So so this basically increases the probability or possibility that life does exist in other parts of the it's definitely shows that molecular precursors to live can be easily formed on over in the universe where these conditions you low temperatures, ISIS radiation and the corresponding chemicals exists. So that's exciting. And does it also mean therefore, the if phosphates these phosphate compounds did starts out there in the universe and then arrive on earth, and they were essential for creating life in effect. We. We are all alien in some form. I don't want to go that far. I mean, everything is alien even even or or the chemicals on earth are alien origin. I mean from this task. So I mean, I wouldn't put his sensational, honestly. But this is the media you're talking to the media cover on professor causing work. The funding agency arrive, you said, we are all aliens get lost we cut you finding. He wasn't gonna buy Ralph keizer. Distribution of the.

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"keizer" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

Motley Fool Answers

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"keizer" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

"What. All right. Next question comes from John. My dad helped me open a Roth IRA when I was sixteen by cashing in the US savings bond I was given as a baby. Oh, it started off at around two thousand dollars in twelve years of depositing what I could and with the help of motley fool stock advisor. My Roth has grown to over sixty thousand at this point. My account has twelve stocks and index ones at the beginning of two thousand sixteen. I bought into Vail resorts based on his dog advisor recommendation since then the stock has more than doubled and is now more than fifteen percent of my portfolio. This has me wondering how much is too much to have in one stock. Does it make sense to sell off some of a winner in order to get closer to the recommended fifteen stocks. So this is a tough one. It is often it's you give it sort of that that typical. Well, the answer is going to be different for everyone there Joan. I for me personally, I feel like if your goal is to get to this recommended at least fifteen stocks in your portfolio, that's fine. I don't know that I necessarily would want to sell a winner in the name of getting there. It's okay to to not have fifteen stocks. Number where something clicks in. A prize. It really will use that as a as a benchmark for a lot of folks because most people don't invest in just individual stocks, they tend to invest either informal on keizer phones, whatever. So the fifteen is just a nice number that we use. You may have fewer, you may have more depends on on what, what helps you sleep at.

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"keizer" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"keizer" Discussed on WJR 760

"That are right there inside those four oh one in keizer their investments i mean can you can you identify those things other things that you can do can you call the company and say just exactly what's going on here i mean can you do that with your client in the room well a lot of times you know when you're with clients you know there's a lot of the most say you you have to refer back to the perspective so they can refer you back to that and you know honestly i mean in the most people that i talked to they don't even look through that gets thrown away because they're just relying on their adviser that you know he's in their best interest that fact the congress in california on a sixty minute interview he pulled out a prospectus he's said on the interview she'll be here we're all the fees are they're not all here where are they right it's so the whole idea of the financial industry sometimes we just get covered up in numbers i know i talked to my mom just recently and she was trying to look at a page of insurance premiums and what she has and and where it goes and she goes i just don't know how to read this you know i i is so confusing to be all these years all these numbers all these values i just what what do i have you know she's your best didn't really even know so these are times where we need somebody to sift through some of this information for us so that we can get some answers and that's what you can do at the senior financial center gift chuck and david call if you've got some confusion about that if you wonder if you wonder what's going on inside right now give them a call eight hundred four five two zero two zero eight eight hundred four five two zero two zero eight or find us online at s r f center dot com we'll check talking about.

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"keizer" Discussed on KWAI 1080 AM

KWAI 1080 AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"keizer" Discussed on KWAI 1080 AM

"Gastro intestinal expert at professor of medicine from plymouth university peninsula schools of medicine and dentistry suggests that the culprit may in some cases be leaky gut syndrome leaky gut is a condition where the thin coastal barrier of the gut which keizer roll it absorbing nutrients out preventing large molecules germs from the gut entering the bloodstream becomes less effective it is particularly problem for those taking part in heavy exercise who are active in hot conditions it can lead to heatstroke especially in military personnel deployed countries with high temperatures and guts system athletes the combination combination of intense physical exertion and warm environments apple game could well be a tag anais the leak peak guts it puts his athletes on my question here is is it causing leaky guts or is it causing the effects of leaky gut had become more prevalent rape they may already have leaky guts and suddenly all the heat with the intense activity is causing the symptoms prevalent earlier this year professor play for led a research team which published a study in the american journal of clinical the tricia claim that zinc harnessing a health food product hey can.

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"keizer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"keizer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Now her name got stormy the girl in this in the what could be could be right there could be one army's associates of you know what we're seeing okay now the other thing i want to touch on is is he said today his main main dot was don't get shot that's what he was thinking the whole time don't get shot and i think that's what saved him because real quick like this is like fifteen minutes after all these police are around there talking to the guy he's not saying much you know from what you can see but all of a sudden out of the blue a new set of red and blue light starts flashing real close you hear a door close and then just like that get your hands out of your pocket get your hands on your pockets and the cops are right by sterling wrestling to the ground and you hear he's resisting keizer peyser and they tasers them and they moan you know and i'll like this and it didn't take four or five seconds i mean it was just like that he was on the ground now they've been out there for fifteen minutes or talking to him they knew he had keys in his pocket if they didn't frisk him why didn't they you know and if they did frisking exactly what would it be to search him or the first or anything like that turns out today during the interview you couldn't hear this on the body cam but he said it was trying to tell them hold on a second i got stuff in my hand okay now that probably saved his life or it could have i mean if he pulls out his keys and whatever he's got in his other pocket who's to say that you know you don't get a reflection shines in the police officer is in bang bang you're dead that's that's right now but yeah usually i don't know.

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"keizer" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"keizer" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Ten people including the teacher is that teacher who saw him at even a teaser he could use the keizer instead of the fire alarm and save ten lights they don't have to be guns keizer is are just as effective against children but on on on impeach completely unarmed school an on protest against people who are armed he's never going to go so we we can't have it with zero guns on campus because the only gun don't belong to the criminals lawrence following the legal you know the left is wonderful at putting traumatized teenage victims in front of the argument so you and i cannot argue with a sixteen year old traumatized teenager because we're cads if we do such things they're wonderful putting up these shields these individuals that we can't argue with because they're sixteen year old boys or girls that have been traumatized wasser friends being murdered so if we bring up facts to them like david hogg one of the survivors of parkland issued a immediate text about trump cares more about the nra than dead children how do you respond to that how do you respond to that i mean i can't argue with someone and they're wonderful putting up these these individuals that present ridiculous juvenile juvenile arguments that we can't talk about because their kids and we can't argue with them that's the thing jerk reaction instead of fear it's tears so if you're not if you're not going to be afraid of the bad guys will be sad if the guys who the bad guys affected it's you're not it's emotional control of our population due to lack of information we're inundated with all these media facts and they'll fortunately everybody gets to go to social media to rant and no changes actually get to go into effect because the only people who get going television or these sixteen year old children who may or may not be trump may or may not be good interviewers but sixteenyearolds or not lawmakers.

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"keizer" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"keizer" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

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