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"kelso" Discussed on WTVN
"John Kelso, Sharon's mom called him with some bad news, she said, You know, I burn today I burnt my hand and it's really bad. He was worried. It looked like wrinkled skin to the skin. Got blisters to the skin came off. Then John had an idea. He flew his mother to California, and they went to a clinic where she got it. Stem cells and just like that, her hands started to get better. It even cured her arthritis like changing for me. Really love changing Aside from healing for John's mom, the treatment worked across the country in Texas, Elaine Dilly tried to help her mother with themselves, just like John had done. My husband and I would do anything to help her, but she would not be so lucky one. Where is your emergency? What's going on? He had failed her back next time. Were you afraid that you were gonna lose her? I knew I scan a loser to patients to mothers who place their hopes and the promise of a miracle cure and these two are connected. But not in the way you might expect. What you find out the truth and the whole story. You just really can't believe anybody anymore from wondering the network behind Dr Death and over my dead body comes a new story. Bad batch. Are you even? Sorry? Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio.
African football body CAF in disarray, audit reveals
"Hi Connie we're going to talk about the confederation of African football because an old it into the state to the continental governing body has revealed an organization in a state of disarray really both with regard to finances and government governance calf meets on Friday to discuss the order to along with plans for major reforms of the body and the continental game itself the BBC's piers Edwards has seen a copy of the old it prepared by the accounting firm PWC he told us first of all why the report was commissioned well the report came about fool two reasons firstly cast executive committee approved it early last year but the real reason it went head was because of the unprecedented decision to instill faith sector general from assume or as a general delegate for Africa that was in a bid to improve governance and calf and as I understand it was a condition of the general day to go well that's the old it would take place and it started just a few months after her appointment in August last year so that's why the report came about what does it say about the running of calf what is sure to paint a picture of an organization in Kelso council described as unreliable and untrustworthy lower ranking stuff labeled de motivated and who works in the general organizational structure of calf is also criticized effectively described as I'm fit for purpose now the executive committee which is a faithfully caps board is described as hindering progress since it was found to delay critical business decisions by any meeting four times a year and in terms of general organization the orders as the basic math is such as stuff attendance and holidays a not even registered on the subject of money is says it is incredibly hard to to order if cap for the very simple reason that most of the organizations that payments are made in cash and that includes is payroll to stuff for the old it raises more serious questions and in particular a questions the validity of at least twenty million dollars worth of payments which are said to either have a little supporting evidence unlike what will be deemed higher risk or of course both in the old it also reviews thirty five payments to the executive committee that was cast board effectively and found that none of those thirty five payments have the required documentation to clearly establish those payments legitimacy baby she's pairs had which has been looking at the order ten to the confederation of African football he told us what it has to say about calf president I'm at in particular well the auditors who price Waterhouse coopers want an investigation into what role president out among others had in the controversial decision to employ a little and gym equipment manufacturer in the southern from school to school still well they became a key supplier of schools where to calf now types who steals own is an old friend of Ahmad's attache and I'm AT has emphatically denied wrongdoing about this case in the past none the less some of the financial transactions between calf and tentacles still are described in the old it as being highly suspicious so that's the day tell the question now is what all calf going to do about this report will cancel executive committee is G. three very shortly on Friday and that's to address both the order and the recommendations of a joint FIFA calf tall schools which is cool for wholesale changes in the way cath is both structured and run and among these changes is the desire to effectively remove administrative power from the executive committee and to change how that committee that we knew were rations are determined which the order says is county being done by a committee members themselves well half of the knowledge that things happy mum badly saying they are now tackling historic problems that dates back in decades but with the executive committee members would address the recommendations remains to be seen that's a baby she's pace at which you can read more about the order timed cast response on the BBC sport website two other lines regarding the confederation of African football this morning the governing body has sealed an agreement with Egypt the country where it's always been based which gives it the same legal rights as other international non governmental organizes calf says the deal gives it quote immunities and privileges similar to those granted to international organizations and diplomatic missions and ahead of that meeting on Friday which as well as governments will discuss important footballing reforms African legend someone letter has made clear his opposition to the idea of moving the Africa Cup of nations to a full yearly cycle from every two years the shift has been talked up by FIFA boss John Infantino when would be warmly welcomed by European clubs who wouldn't lose that place because so often but that's okay who's close to both Infantino and trust president Ahmet told the French broadcast RFI that the move would not be in Africa's
"kelso" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Did Bob show continuing Kelso request here with you we will have a timber wolves and raptors coming your way and north of the border just about twenty five minutes from now deangelo Russell making his timber wolves debut here tonight at the point guard spot time now though to take a look at some other match ups taking place around the NBA this evening this look at the scores is brought to you by Jack link's helping you power through with original protein a couple games just getting under way just a few minutes ago including the Pacers and nets from Indiana in the on a five game losing streak and during this match up tonight so desperate for a win they are all knotted up at night early on in that one and down in Orlando things just tipped off between the hawks and magic at land of course right back in action tonight after that double overtime thriller of a win against the New York Knicks tray young see what he has for an encore after the impressive scoring performance in that double O. T. victory later tonight the box will welcome in the Sacramento Kings Milwaukee continues to pace the NBA with a forty five and seven record they've won a thirteen of their last fourteen but it's a king's team that has also won for their last five so we'll see who can best to a from Milwaukee tonight also should be noted Yanis questionable for this one following the birth of his son recently so we'll see if he's able to give it a go tonight or if the Bucks will be short handed that one tips off at seven from Milwaukee seven thirty to about from Dallas as the mavs welcome into the Utah Jazz and later this evening it'll be the Golden State Warriors hosting the Miami Heat in a match up of teams continuing to work in a recent acquisitions of course for the warriors Andrew Wiggins will play his second game in a dubs uniform you had twenty four points in his debut in that five point loss to the Lakers over the weekend and for the heat they continue to work in Andre Igor dollar here's his head coach Erik Spoelstra on why Iggy is a perfect fit for where the team is that right now we really thought he would fit around for young players as for your protection for HM experience is invaluable for my son nine thirty tipoff from a San Francisco tonight heat visiting the jobs also a west coast hip hop between the Lakers and Suns Phoenix they have dropped to five of six and we'll try to get back on track Lakers meanwhile penultimate game before the all star break it's the case for a lot of teams and it's also the case for LA years Anthony Davis on what he had to say about where he sees the team at this point in the season watch for her to be returned no where Roger I thank him for his own we will in our guys like everyone was in my other journal we play for each other play hard play together so you don't know what now write Lakers of one three of four certainly seem to be on the right path they will tip things off from staples center at nine thirty will keep you posted on all the games that action right now and the ones tipping off shortly throughout our broadcast here tonight stay tuned working our way towards tip off the debut of deal from Toronto but next Eleanor and sits down the timber wolves head coach Ryan Saunders that's next on the tip off show in the timber wolves radio network dear cabin fever we've got the cure to cool you down and it all starts with the new twenty twenty Toyota says stay home under a blanket the camera comes out to play the twenty twenty corolla is hotter than ever with tons of tech.
"kelso" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Kelso now right lane closed southbound it meant to Olympic right line shut down on that side of the freeway to your next report ten twenty five phone barber Brooks of for traffic reports more often can't extend seventy newsradio nice weather continues for us we continue the warmer will be in the mid seventies over the next several days nice hi does woods right around mid fifties was southern California's most accurate and dependable forecast I'm CBS to use Garth Kemp can extend seventy newsradio it's ten seventeen a man died from gunshot wounds and online what neighborhood an LA county sheriff's deputy Erick Ortiz tells KNX homicide detectives are trying to figure out who did it detectives from the sentry station responded to a gunshot victim call when they arrived they found the individual suffering from multiple gunshot wounds to the upper torso the victim mounts banker two years old was pronounced dead at the scene anyone with information that might help solve this crime is encouraged to call the LA county sheriff's homicide bureau millions of Californians use it you might have used it today after all it is cold and flu season but now the state is considering what a list as CMF an A. K. A. Tylenol as a carcinogen a panel of scientists appointed by the governor is scheduled to hold a public hearing this spring after the public comment period closes next week but several doctors are already expressing concerns including doctor Jack Jacob who spoke with cat acts and I'd probably take care five thousand if not more individual cancer patients over the past ten years and I have never ever felt compelled to scrutinize their town on gesture and and we take a very thorough medication history every time you see a patient J. regulators have reviewed a hundred thirty three studies about acetaminophen and the results are mixed on whether it causes cancer a law passed by voters in the state in nineteen eighty six as California must warn people about any chemical known to cause cancer or reproductive toxicity a top medical expert in Los Angeles is playing down talk of a breakthrough in cancer treatment by a team of doctors in Britain the researchers at Cardiff university say they've identified cells of the immune system that may treat all cancers but doctor David I guess at the USC westside cancer center tells cat acts the like has only been found in mice so far it will take at least ten years to become a reality but he does say there are a growing number of immuno therapy treatments being already already used on cancer patient that's number of cancer is growing cancers like kidney cancer lung cancer skin cancer bladder cancer pretty dramatic results and the numbers of types of cancer is expanding as we're getting better at that so this finding in turn the interesting for a decade from now but today there is still very important and exciting immunotherapy on the market he says for the first time in his career he has increasing optimism as he walks in to see patients because of the growing number of treatments available to cancer doctors on the eve of the Grammys the ousted president of the recording academy is ratcheting up the battle against her former employer in what's seen as a major step toward a full blown lawsuit ever do get us filed a complaint with the equal opportunity equal employment opportunity commission attorney like a woman Michael Wellman tells cat axes clients attempts at moving the organization forward in her short tenure were stymied at every turn it alleges that she was sexually harassed she also alleges that she observed a boys club she observed various improprieties self dealing amongst board members irregularities in the voting for the Grammy awards the academy's accusing do get of extortion upon her exit something Holman flatly denied there were discussions about trying to resolve her claims but she certainly wasn't at any point in time insisting or or refusing to resolve for claims unless she was paid twenty two million dollars the academy says in a statement of it's curious do can never raise these allegations until a week after a female employee can accuse her of abusive and bowling behavior ten forty let's check your money here's John Doniger buzz surrounding the Irishman in the crown helped propel bigger than expected gains in global subscribers for Netflix last quarter the company now has more than one hundred million paid subscribers around the world but that's not enough its subscriber gains in the US were a lot weaker than forecast and it's predicting slower growth next quarter in part because of competition from new streamers and some of that competition is already coming from apple streaming is in the limit of apple's ambitions in entertainment either sources tell Bloomberg apple is making original podcasts related to the shows on apple TV plus they'd help market apple slate of programming and the company may be working on a new low cost iPhone supplier say they'll start putting it together next month sources tell Bloomberg apple could unveil it as early as March on Wall Street the Dow fell a hundred fifty two the nasdaq eighteen the S. and P. nine we check your money at twenty and fifty after each hour I'm Bloomberg's Joan Doniger from the H. M. S. capital money desk can extend seventy newsradio how expensive will be to go to the Superbowl will tie yeah here's a hand it's gonna be a lot that story in two minutes I can.
Slain sheriff's deputy honored at local hockey game
"At cal it's county sheriff's deputy who was shot and killed in the line of duty this year has been honored in a special way the story from come most great Herschel deputy Justin to Rozier was honored as a hometown hero at a Portland winter hawks hockey game his wife Katie and infant daughter lily walked out on to the ice to receive the honor and the start of the game off with the ceremonial puck drop Rozier was a husband and new father P. a deep roots in the Kelso community after getting a degree in criminal justice from Washington state university of starting his law enforcement career he returned to his home town to work as a deputy
"kelso" Discussed on Main Engine Cut Off
"Your site has been the biggest draw of anybody coming into after like Oh okay and it was like by mile-long show it's like okay so there are a lot of people coming in for FTP When I left after I got approached by a magazine Zeenat? That had just stood up. Call Satellite Times. There was just standing up and they wanted me to do columns and say hey. We'll provide the Internet is here. You have worldwide web site you can put your stuff on the site and that's kind of where we first got on the World Wide Web and that went and so at the the time all the way up to this we were the celestial BBS or celestial are CPM remote CPM system. Very memorable right right. Yeah remarkable to the point where finally Bay folded magazine after about four years. Well okay so go out and get your roane site. I mean. They didn't tell me that but that was kind of what happened. And of course I went to get celestial dot com like no that's not available so then it was was. I should make something that somebody hasn't picked and I picked Celeste wreck and it kind of stuck and today I would love to hear a little a bit about You Know I. I'm not a professional. I I talk about this stuff and I look at the visualizations and whenever I need to explain orbits my friends that are wondering how things work recall. PULL UP Celeste. Track and show them a couple of different satellites talk about how weather satellites orbiting geostationary orbit and all that kind of stuff but what what is the actual. You know. You're getting all this estate of back in the day was from NASA. How do you get that data today from all the different operators both here in the US but also globally? You know there's there's countries that are very close lipped about what they're launching and win and even the US that way a lot of times. So what are the data sources that you're pulling in and and kind of the greater at this point but that has to come from so many different places aces that has to be obviously the most resource-intensive part of your work but also to somebody from the outside the most mysterious as well all right. So the I mean the primary source we get it from space track so space track was stood up and I think it was ninety four so we so we went through a couple of intervals. Where so Celeste reacted? This I spent many years trying to convince NASA. They should do it finally about eight years. After I starting that effort they stood up their own bulletin board system and eventually went went on the Internet and did that and until right about I guess it was like two thousand to two thousand three and it was before space racetrack came up and so we kind of fill the gap there in space draft came along in the air force. US Air Force initially had planned not to allow redistribution bution. But by that point less rack had so many users not just amateurs going out to look at satellite's going over but we've found educational all commercial even military users accessing. Celeste strack to do their missions and Benchellali Air Force was kind enough to give us an option to do a waiver. Ver- to redistribute the data. And that's where we get most of the data but we have And we can go. Through that later we can talk about Supplemental Tea Elise. That we get other kinds of data from operators and then convert them into two line elements. That's Tilles so that people can use them and most of the software that they a US. And that's worth a lot of these programs. Reach out to Celeste track. pull all the satellite data because they ha. It's the best that you've aggregated like Anthony saying that's that's why that it still today you get. How many hits on a regular basis? It's in the millions and we run on a daily basis. We run somewhere right around. Three hundred fifty thousand unique unique users okay and most of them are just coming in to get data so they know in in a lot of them are probably using smartphone. APPs were the developers have come to me and said Hey. I'm developing this. This APP is it. Okay if we grab data from Celeste tracks like shirt and we try to give them a little bit of guidance. Say you know. We're not updating. Every minute of the day we do that every two hours really the most of the data that we get from space track is only updated about every eight hours so if you check two or three times a day you're probably good. It's interesting to me to consider where we're at. You know in in the history of space where we have a couple of thousand assets up in orbit couple thousand dead couple couple thousand alive and we've got magnitudes more than that License at this point to fly over the next two decades And I'm curious how you see that those data sources shifting over time Do you expect that it will go. sticking the way that it has been with something like the US Department events tracking all these things is an providing data for it. Do you expect it to go more in the realm of making sure operators or filing their flight plans for all intents and purposes or do you expect We've seen in recent in years some Some tracking systems come online that are more commercially. Minded like Leo Labs You know people like that that have some commercial incentive to track everything. That's an orbit orbit. Do you see it as a mix of those things. Do you think we're going to stick in this realm that you know it's dominated by one player at this point. How does that shift over the next ten years? It's that's an excellent question because I mean we look at all of that. That's going on and and one of the things that we did on Celeste. Right back in about two thousand four was as we started up something called Socrates so it satellite orbital conjunction reports assessing threatening encounters in space. So you can tell the way remember. which part did you think of the name or the Akron? Actually Sal Alfono came up with the acronym a credit to him but And and the whole challenge inge. There was at the time I was trying to show that we can do things like screen for conjunctions for between satellites. I remember we had a lot. Fewer satellites. The lights you know fifteen years ago than we do now a lot fewer. I think we were at about ten thousand. We're actually almost double that. Have that up here behind us if we looked okay. Okay so here we are and I brought up when you started or when you start getting the right you said in the eighties just over five thousand. It looks like does that sound about right when you were when when we got to two thousand four remember going back to look and it was something like ten thousand objects on orbit into it. So now we're at about eighteen eighteen thousand plus depending on how you count and we won't get into the. Yeah we only have sir. You can see particular spikes in the data. Particular events writes But but the challenge that we found when we were doing socrates and part of. We're trying to get people understand was that there's debris which you may be able to model reasonably well with things like before but the real challenge is is for my for the. US Air Force. For example eighteenth. Space Control Squadron is to track the satellites that maneuver the ones that are operational and have to maneuver like if they're geostationary to stay in their slot or to maintain you know some consistent or ground track you know for remote sensing or something like that and and the challenge that you find they are is that you can't do that by passively tracking satellites so whether it's the air force space surrealists network the SSN ORLEA labs. I mean they can track the bulk of things but these big satellites that are moving. Around all the time mm-hmm we have to have some way to collaborate with the operators and so where that becomes you know interesting today is with operators like spacex. WHO's putting putting up? The Starlink constellation. And they've already got one hundred and twenty satellites talking about another launch for the end of the year and lodging. Many of these you know in the next year in two thousand twenty and now you've got the situation where you have low thrust and the tools that are in place in most of those locations where they don't know what the maneuvers are going to be. There's no way to really accurately predict them. Certainly not for things like conjunction assessment without help from operators. And so. We're actually working. We've been working with SPACEX. They provide us our families. We use that a feminist degenerate what we call supplemental Apple Mental Tilles. That are fit using astro before to their data so that people can easily ingest them into their their software. It it gives you like. We're looking at the space. X Data at the fits are normally within a couple of hundred meters like two to three hundred meters which is reasonably good. We'll we'll show everybody how to do that in the video in a few minutes so we can. We can walk them through the steps of they wanted to do that. They can follow along and do that as well. Yeah and and with that whole you know conjunction analysis this Starlink itself SPACEX has talked up this ability to load the data into their network and be able to autonomously avoid conjunctions and things like that. And that's another side of things that I see shifting in a couple years you know right now we have people like yourself that are able to alert people and say you have a conjunction conjunction coming up. One of Youtube is GonNa have to move or you're GonNa have to negotiate that yourselves That doesn't seem particularly sustainable to me. In terms of the growth of of traffic. I don't you don't have enough time today already to do what you're doing here on. I don't think we can expect you to singlehandedly. Be The superhero. That's in.
"kelso" Discussed on Main Engine Cut Off
"Low end welcomed the managing cutoff. I'm Anthony Colangelo back again with another special edition of of MECO Last week I got the chance to visit a pretty cool spot so I took a drive out to exton Pennsylvania which is just about an hour west of Philly little longer. If you take take the SCHUYLKILL which I unfortunately did but that's some local local Trivia And I visited a company called Analytical Graphics Inc or Agi now anyone out there that works in the space industry probably knows Agi. They make a suite of tools for operators in space people. That are actually working on this stuff. Day In and day out some really cool stuff stuff that they're working on over there so I got to go out and hang out there for a day so we got to visit the Commercial Space Operations Center which is a really cool spot that they've we've got Right in their office there. The Com- spock as they call it. And what this is is a place that tracks satellites that keeps track of any conjunctions wins between satellites things. That might be dangerous Things that they might need to avoid and they they do this commercially. So people Pay Them money to provide them the service of space situational awareness. That's keeping track of where things are any situations that might arise that you need to be aware of its SAS space situational awareness as a service. That's Tech Joke Got To go in there. See all the different stuff that they're working on and get a tour of the really cool looking Center there and there was this Screen on the side that Kinda showed upcoming conjunctions and it was just like constantly flipping through the screen of just showing You know here's things that are really close together in space. And they're only a couple of kilometers apart or they're one kilometer apart just some stuff that that gives you a little bit anxiety and so I got a full tour there and there was a a lot to see. I'm hoping that maybe I can visit again soon. And we can do a whole show on com spot because there was so much going on there but then I also got a chance to meet meet someone very cool so I got a chance to hang out for the day with tes. Kelso who is Kind of legendary on indie realm of online satellite-tracking. He Literally League was the guy who started tracking satellites online back in the early days. You're going to hear all about that in a second but I was with. Tesol so and Josh From and we did a couple of videos in their studio there so the first one which you're GonNa hear the audio of right here on Meco is me and Josh talking to also also about how he got started with his website. Which is Celeste track? Celeste Drake Dot. com is a really cool spot if you WANNA get Data on satellites or if you want to visualize allies satellites. I love showing people to kind of show how orbits work. And it's a place that I often go when I'm doing the headlines to see where things have been put in orbit a bit when there's launched that happen so we're gonNA talk to. PS Kelso all about the history. How he started out and then we get into a bunch of topics relevant today like debris tracking debris mitigation How operators have to work together to figure out when conjunctions are going to happen how to avoid them happening? And then there's a couple of other videos that are gonNA come out this week on the Youtube Channel. Where is going to show us a demo of how Celeste track works a demo of some of the visualization tools? And then even talk about starlink. Okay and how you can use Celeste..
Tony Black Discusses the Jockey Club Gold Cub
"The I have is a Tasmanian she's winning for that state that from at Belmont at without in October of sixty three so I think that's what it must've been construction between the swapped day just to accommodate the construction at one track or the it was four years I it took it took I think four years either was it four years for Aquidneck three years for me and it was it was an extended period yeah I mean absolutely and here on this look at this picture and I'm thinking I just saw joey. NBC Son of the bride farm the originator proprietor his dad and we all the kid goes not too long ago I was at parks and I saw Joey cheesy the sun you know and I said Joe who used to train for your cat burglar Joe Murga they use the net burglar and this was no reflection on his his way of doing business but it was just become at Ryan they would say burglar his business my uncle a lot the nitwits Tasma was a really nice silly sure was and he e I got a picture of her because my uncle had some stuff he was going through and I just wanted to have pictures of my uncle because he wrote up to sixty seven started in forty eight ended in sixty seven and we started walking that taking that stroll down them relate has even mentioned rock rushed and I wrote Rod Roger a couple of times and then I got hurt never low after that but I wrote him and his main race and in his a other than allowance race and then he tried bolt net day with me but he was just learning how to bulk I guess because he really the record aero and he looked like there was no way was gonNA recover that day when when he balked at it the quarter pole independent Serbian an angel guiding back and hand and got his mind back on run and he still won the Derby in spite of giving up the lead at the head of the laying but it's really interesting guys are talking because you come up with so many interesting facts and they just sparks a lot of memories in a and I've got it here Tony the the nineteen sixty his first one Kelso at Akwa the slop actually and then came back at sixty one at acqueduct sixty two was they were able to run at Belmont and then sixty three the at sixty four were back Akwa duct and that's what this Joe Tasma was at accurate up and it was sixty three the mazing how racing the game has adjusted at times when it had to go through transitions and and construction we take a lot of that for Grad I think it's it's a great sport and a course in the forties fifties and sixties I was introduced just do it in the fifties late fifties I realized my uncle was a jockey you know Gordon fifty-one by fifty nine I really started knowing what being jockey was is in in it's an amazing sport in and it was as a kid I can remember going to school and you I second-grade teacher would say to you when you walk in the room jump who do yesterday garden state with Ryan the Tommy Roberts on the radio and sure to feed your from garden state it is but it had so much more exposed back then and it was just needs to be a little kid and your uncle was the jockey and you go to school in second grade teacher him or her out Sam do yesterday it was just really visit was a great area to grow up in being a garden state we've lived around here and I was born uncle lived right down the street and every time I go to Java Complex I can't help but think I'd walk through this area the shopping complex I walked through it and I wonder what born this was I wanted to win more to the racetrack this was yeah and I can't help but to think that like you really turned into no sign of a gun but that's been raging so good to me and I really resisted even when I get on night I voice this morning only got on your credit some lazing how these sources respond to the wind and the crew cab pitchers and I'm thinking to myself here people say we've made these sources you know the people that not you make these horses run and I'm thinking boy you never watched one of 'em crane you idiot because I love what they're doing when you get out there in the morning and one gets the wind up the back and tail up over the back and they're just loving the doc in play and you're on the back open that they go straight because you're you know you're on the back and you WANNA get on back on their back so you get them home and and I'm thinking the ever watch these and play and enjoy what they're doing you'd never make that statement that you make these sources Geez how little right now well I tony I spent that part of that segment with with Steve Thumbing through racing manuals and I as you talk and I pulled you up in one of them and according to this you were born right there in Mount Holly right there Mt Holly Hospital and you know when you got the talking about Keelan and Steve was talking about Jaylen Brown bag mentally that came in and you know I can Robert my I look at it when I went down there for a week derived from Mrs Paxton and I miss his bags and had some nice sources I wonder Ashlin states one of the Chris Braces I wanNA keep an amazing two zero ratio and I never forget when we pulled up don't know what the roads were but he mentioned it and you see the beautiful four rail white fence of Kelly farm you know and yeah and when you're driving from Blue Grass Airport airport tune that track and at four rail vengeance ain't enough we got or railway that's beautiful country and I had is your ride down there and spending a week just you know just because it was in the late Saturday and I was just such an enjoyable week didn't go down there to ride running by them this is taxing only wrote a couple races they're both of them that I remember that I want maybe wrote a few others and then one other time I went back to key eliminate eighty one and I won a prep that they use with the Kentucky Derby or whatever what Jerry Myers outdoors classic Gogo and he won a race and hurricanes then I forget what the race was like the floor runner the Lexington I don't know what the name of the race was but it was just a neat place and it was true only the who's raising capital you know get to see the beautiful farms and you know you went out at night eight and back and drove past these beautiful funds nothing who would want to go on a tour to see what horseracing really is about and what breed opinion and the beautiful mayors and stallions and were what they're exposed to the beauty and care and everything the love of racing that is displayed by everyone who goes to goes to that track and I mean you had young kids 'cause there'd be a day that they entertain the college kids of the young go very big big big you think man this is what racing it really when you go to Gaylon or you go to an event like that really you your whole outlook on horse racing and what a beautiful split it really is so I think Steve's publicist for for these tours and also there is the the initiative that several of the farms put together it's gotTa be now probably was five years I'd bet the Horse Country Initiative and Mike Michael Blown is part of this too with the with the after care portion and creating a destination the whole horse tourism concept that really when you're right it is a perfect compliment to everything else that goes on and and particularly the racing product the afternoons and my hat's off to these guys I mean they do a lot to put the word out there what racing's early about and they go to the next level they actually show you these places these beautiful farms and it's really like I said at your whole outlook on racing and Qinglin what a beautiful track of the beautiful grandstand and the grey stone construction and a better place could you go to introduce somebody to racing
"kelso" Discussed on Closure Optional
"I mean like the thinking about it from from a psychological perspective that like you have this four dollar. Say Mark Whatever that's your budget and that's how you doing your job well they. It becomes a arbitration and it's now an arbitrary goal. Your goal is related to the lines numbers and items and not related to the person that the person at all so the bigger. The company gets the more disassociation there so it's easier to do unethical things but I think what's interesting about it is that nobody seeing the difference between four dollars twenty four pair of shorts and three dollars. Nobody like on the immediate fronta seeing any of that so we won't know we don't know what gains that makes the person in the talk chair or makes the shareholders or whatever so you have no there is no visceral connection to your actions in that environment you just fucking cog in a wheel yeah yeah. Have you ever read Kafka. Yeah having a soul this amazingly with the beginning of the twentieth century the bureaucracy that everybody when you get a highly bureaucratic society it is so deep personalized yeah you know it's hard to relate to another human as a human because you you see them as it through terms like bottom bottom line on etcetera money value value that is only understood in dollars and sense not anything else and it's disgusting gusting. It's really disgusting but then on the other hand this is the argument and if you don't have jobs right I take but this is my question like I kind of like the idealistic view that you're kind of originally alluding to that like if automation came in and then people would have more time i. I don't know that I see this my my perfect world. This is what I imagine universal basic income that can take care of these people's essential basic needs just so that they don't feel they're not don't end up sleeping rough or are selling drugs or doing whatever so universal basic income with major education programs on self development self awareness earnest meditation type of Shit and not religious meditation but I mean more self reflective stuff that help people in that time find meaning meaning because I think if we give go universal basic income but Donnette a deal with a meaning Christ. We're fucked again. No imagine what it just be like the Dole all the Dole all day drugs 'cause. What else are you GONNA do yeah. No I know what I'd be doing and you know what you'd be doing but people who have jobs now that they hate. What are they going to do because they probably lost a lot of themselves in that job. Yes it's Di. It's really a takes you soul those guys you. There's a person RABS lately whereas my kind of self and my job are so intertwined would I I will always be a thinker and a writer am too am. I'll do it until I snuff it but both for the majority of people. This is such a privilege right. What I'm how I'm describing myself. It is such a pre. I'm sorry privileged that I have been able to get a job is so meaningfully to me meaningful to me and so in tune with WHO. I am mm-hmm mice people. Don't get that chance. It's just put food on the table right so they have to find their passions again. Imagine the divorce if everyone staying at home like divorce is bad enough imagine if the husbands and wives we'll get to have time away from each other beginning to weigh are stuck with each other yeah but I think what this is also an unpopular argue but I would argue that the more people that there are doing things that matter to them and have their own meaning they would have less reliance on the person that's in their household with them them on their them depending on them for happiness absolutely yeah but you gotta get to that point. I mean no matter what if you people who've just been slaughtered by you you know the the the man work- workforce and then you'd find you. You're going to have a great first year yeah. Probably you know if you've got enough money to the beach whatever enjoy yourself and then after a year. That's not enough for most like we always. It always runs out. You know like you can the only spend so much time. My friend was saying this to me yesterday like you can only spend so much time drinking margaritas on the beach until you. WanNa kill yourself like ought to do something longer for some of us than it is. I think there's only so much time you can spend shopping and that's the thing is it's like if there's universal basic income and we eliminate this capitalistic force of constant purchasing. Basically we say you don't have job anymore but will pay for your basic needs. You can't by all the shit that you think you need. sorry nobody else's producing this shit that you need anyway. You let them take your phone. Yes I with a caveat this. I know yes I will I think I would accept one phone or one method of communication that was going to stick with me for five years at a time that I had to work for to save to get the next one because it had to die because it just atrophied overtime but what I struggle with right now is that I know. All of our technology is built to fail within a year all by they are it's designed to do that but I I like the gadgets and the things that I can work on so that I can create thing yeah but I'm willing to have of a trade off for one of those things if I can still continue to communicate but did you as an adult ever have time without a phone. When when did you get your first mobile phone. that's a good question. I had my in high school school rule yeah. I'd say it was my last year of high school like I had my brothers. You haven't like we didn't have mobile phones yeah yeah. My daughter just cannot believe of it. I I leave the house all the time without it now well. No one can contact me good but she and she will say mom. I've been trying to bring you. I was like tough. Luck yeah what what's wrong. I needed to know what about the shops all get over yourself right that they they expect the ease of access. It's to each other has just gotten so bad in my opinion it is I was just talking about this is the last week I guess it was just race. Fool I mean I know the French. I have made it a law that you cannot contact someone from work at about work outside of workouts our emails. It's illegal. Oh my ah Jonah good on them. Behar's people constantly accessible and this means your work connects you right and we've we all do it. We xl emails all the time. Put It away. You know we've we've forgotten my generation will you've never nine but we've forgotten that we lived without this stuff for are used to read a lot more books than I read now. I watch way too much youtube pleasant. I watch Netflix. I'm I'm good working my way through parks and recreation again 'cause. I'm doing it Trivia night so I my whole life has changed because of the stuff but we used to go out and Lillian will say to me how what would happen if someone couldn't like if they said I'm going to be late. I said you sat in your waited and you might you know if if it was once or twice with one friend you didn't care she said what do you mean what what do you mean you waited. You sat down and you waited did for them to turn up. What if they never turned up then you went home. It's enough. We used to go overseas without funds and now it's just it's it's so much easier. Of course I'm not putting down the phones but yeah you can live without a fine yeah and yeah fuck man. I know what bothers May. I think is that in order to like right now. If if I don't answer my phone I may miss clients or MISS GIGS MHM need. It's like has to be near me and and most frustrating is that everything takes place on the Internet so like what I actually do appreciate that Messenger passenger has now separated from facebook in because it bothers me that I have to go. If I want to see him instagram message I have to go into instagram and while I'm sitting waiting for a response wants or whatever I have to be sitting there waiting and instagram's open on my phone and it's just wasting my life. I'll I see what I mean like. I would rather just get them any contacts. No no not not really I have people contacting me about the podcast stuff which is nice and that's one thing that I can appreciate about it but the same thing it's Mike I'm available twenty four seven on the Internet so I put on my facebook. I have a little like automatic reply that says I don't turn my notifications on facebook folks if you sent me a message here. I'm not going to see straightaway. Don't think I'm ignoring you. I really appreciate your listening to the podcast. It really appreciate your talking to me but it's but I will get back to you when I yeah yeah here and because it's too much of an expectation that people are calling it a need it and it's like I never wanted somebody who enjoys the podcast Casanare something to say to me. I never want to ignore them but fuck man. I have to have a life. Yes you know and we calls and it seems that's almost selfish at this point like I know what it's not insights that I one of my current projects is a rethinking of the sabbath the idea of the Sabbath as a a cessation a stopping and I have a friend who who she insists on a technology sabbath once a week mainly because of the house but not her children. Her husband is constantly on. It's fine. It's lonely when you're with somebody who is staring at their fuck and fi could smash my fine into their head when they do it. Just it's so insulting outing man it feels to me like being with somebody who has deep into drugs Groen. That's how I feel like when I was growing so detached attached detached they are not remotely interested in play our dictated yeah generally. It's an addiction. You know you look around. I it gave up smoking in January so I've been terrible Michael all my life. Oh bloody love it but anyway. It's gotten too expensive and I so once an hour. Go Down for my office and just sit there and smoke by and stare out into space. I worked out years ago. You hardly ever see anyone doing that anymore. Just sitting staring. Everybody feels the need to look at. They find boring. I'm on facebook. God bless my friends. I love you but you know it's not exciting. It's like you look like a maniac. If you sitting there staring at your phone like awkward because I ride public transport up to prison back most of the time it's a good way for me to be able to write on the way I love that. I have nothing to do an hour before to show him back and so I I really we've fucking love it time. Sitting in it is crazy. How will you go to a train station or like. Look around the train or see the other people waiting and fifty people standing there every single one room is looking at their phone. It's just a copy that interesting thing. It just can't be like just addicted to it. I when I was in Scotland as it's an Andrews and I had to get trained dental London beautiful train wrote. Ah I along the coast and I am gifted with the ability to step out a window for hours just can do it. I guess buys them in the right job. Run I just you you know I go into my own space. I think bad things but I can also notice what's going. I saw this girl and she filmed the whole trip on her. I pod so she was looking through not looking out the window. She had the ipad up filming what was outside the window and she was looking through the IPAD. Is that is like that is literally. The arbitration of experience isn't it. You're putting you are putting a filter between yourself and your own an experience but I think first generation even younger than you. You're not experiencing it if you're not looking at it through a screen. This is what it's it's come to reality is in that screen not actually out the window and yeah do people think you weed when you sit there staring out the window today yeah yeah well yeah and that's what I mean like it so you feel you feel almost like awkward like eight becomes this like confusing thing that did. I should be doing something with my hands and obviously I don't i. I and I have a handwritten journal that I write my ideas out on. I write them. I am here on wikipedia jokes at the mirror but on my way to gigs handwrite physically handwrite stuff and there's something nice about that just like the visceral tangible touching the.
The Inactive Ingredients in Pills Can Cause Side Effects, Too
"If you have a bad reaction to medicine, it might not be to the drug itself, but to other ingredients in the pill or capsule, an article in science translational medicine examined the issue, and finds that the average oral medication contains eight inactive ingredients NPR science correspondent Richard Harris reports a few years ago. Harvard gastroenterologist Giovanni Traverso came across a patient with a severe gluten intolerance called seal EAC disease. The person was having trouble with a medication that apparently contained gluten as an inactive ingredient potentially making the person's condition worse. Not better traverse, oh got intrigued and found that the typical pill is more inactive ingredient than actual drug somewhere around seventy five percents of the actual, you know, pillar capsule has actually taken up by these inactive ingredients and drug companies have more than a thousand to choose from. They can include materials like gluten and lactose and dies that can trigger allergies in some. Instances there can be up to thirty five of them in a single pill. He says these inactive ingredients are essential to stabilize medications and sometimes to help the body absorb the actual drug people taking multiple medicines can end up getting the same inactive ingredient from several pills and get an unexpectedly large dose say, you are lactose intolerant. And take a pill that uses lactose sugar as an inactive ingredient, that's probably not going to manifest in any significance at those. But as the number of pills that you're taking than certainly you might cross that threshold one challenge and understanding the scope of this problem is often not clear how much of a particular substance. It takes to trigger an allergy or other reaction. It's something that might vary from one person to another. But you know, for a lot of these sugars and other ingredients, we don't really know today in San Diego. John Kelso, an allergist at the scripts clinic says he occasionally comes across patients who have had an allergic reaction to something in their medications. It's actually we think quite uncommon. In fact, most of the time it's a false alarm, for example, after many years worrying about the traces of egg protein in flu vaccines. Health officials now say that people with effigies are not at risk from the shot overreaction to this worry can actually backfire. And oftentimes the medications are being withheld from patients who say, they're allergic to eggs, or soy. And or something else that maybe in the medication, but it's actually not a problem. In fact, one of the most common allergies to an actual drug penicillin. Is it so overstated Kelso says we realized lately that approximately ninety five percent of patients who are labeled as being penicillin allergic are not either because they never were or because they had an allergy that Wayne with the passage of time for people who are concerned about the inactive ingredients. Traverso at Harvard says it is possible to track down that information in the fine print that comes with pills. One can look in the inserts. Of medications, and then you can look through all the taxing. Eventually you'll find it the national library of medicine also has an online database called pillbox for versa and his colleagues have a patent pending on an algorithm that can help make this sleuthing easier. They're thinking about developing consumer app or some software to help doctors and pharmacists alert their patients to potentially troublesome. Inactive
Nurse arrested in case of incapacitated woman who gave birth
"Sutherland has now been fired apologizing to the victim and her family Clayton Sandell sadder farms based in New York. State recalling five ten and sixteen ounce bags a baby spinach and masculine over salmonella concerns general mills recalling five pound bags of gold medal. Unbleached flour also over salmonella. You're listening to ABC news. Good evening. I'm Brad board. Our top story. Police in Kelso are looking to other cases as they tried to identify the suspect
Lawyer: Michigan State hampered probe of its Nassar dealings
"Patrick Frazee arrested this morning at his home in the town of floors on woodland park. Chief place says the frenzy has been charged with murder Anchalee station to commit murder. Investigators have recovered a number of items that make us suspicious that the crime did occur at Kelso's residents. And that's why we have been coming back to her residence as we get additional information that leads us to various locations missing woman's home is about fifteen miles away from her fiancee's. The two had
"kelso" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs
"Caroline, Kelso's Zuck is an artist author and designer passionate about helping soulful creatives live and work as their most vibrant selves alongside her husband. Jason Caroline currently runs. Wandering aimlessly an online community that teaches independent creatives how to earn more. So they can live richer more satisfying lives. All right. We are so excited to have you here. Caroline. I mean, just finally freaking finally a podcast. You are someone I love following on social media and your book just came out, which is so amazing. I guess probably not just came out by the time this airs, but it's incredible. And we'll go all into that. But I want to start out by talking about how the fact that you just had the shingles that you're trying to like hide all the stress that comes with being an entrepreneur. But you know, why hide from love to start the shingles? If you could just rate shingles girl on the title of this episode on being. No. But we we were talking about that because that is sort of at the forefront of what's been going on in my life lately, I about two and a half weeks ago just discovered that I had this lovely sounding disease called shingles. And for those of you guys listening who don't know. 'cause I didn't know I was like something like weird rash that old people. Get those exactly what I asked the doctor. No, it turns out it's like, basically, a reincarnation of the chicken pox virus that you have when you're little and it stores in your nerve cells. And then they say brought about by stress or a weakened immune system. It can just kind of flare up, and it basically just wreaks havoc on your nervous system. And it creates this like weird rash. But the weird thing is the rash itself hasn't been the bad part. It's been this like crippling neck pain, basically from the base of my skull down my shoulder. And I was just telling you guys before we started the call. I had this like notion that. You get a cold as an entrepreneur, you get something like a coal, and you're like, okay crap. It's going to kind of reduce my productivity for a couple of days, but I'll bounce back. And it'll be fine. This has literally taken me out of the game for I mean, we're going on like two weeks. I'm just now finally sort of starting to feel better and being able to do work and things like that. So it really did knock me on my butt, and it and it forced me to take a step back and be like, okay. What were my work habits? It. What was I doing in order to kind of bring this about because I do this thing where I can convince myself mentally that I'm in a good place. And then I'm making space for balance in my life and for my work. However, I think I shared with you guys what I learned is that you can do that. And you can like I tend to suffer from anxiety and things like that. So I have done all this work mentally to be able to cope with that and manage that. But you can't outrun the wisdom of your body. So even if you trick your mind, your body's going to be like, hey, man. What you're doing is not sustainable, and I think that's exactly what happened. So to give your listeners a little context. I this past year recently kind of combined businesses with my husband Jason we created a new brand from scratch called wandering aimlessly. We combined two businesses together we can bind four hundred plus blog articles..
"kelso" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"So be sure to tune into here. Murph Kelso and Sal on the call to the NHL the sabres they are they were back on the ice yesterday for practice. Nothing really changing much as Sam Reinhart and Kyle okposo just switch spots on the right wing while Nathan bully was working in with brass moustache lean on the third. Defensive pair sabres will be back in action tomorrow night when they had to Montreal to face the Canadians. He's suffer seven thirty tomorrow night with Paul William belts, pre game show starting at six thirty right here on WJR some scores from around the NHL last night, the senators they get a seven to three win over the devils. The Canadians who the sabers will face smile. Get drummed at home by the Rangers five to three or excuse me. Now they were on the road. The Rangers were at home the leaves. They get three one win over the Vegas Golden Knights and the blue jackets three to four one win over the Dallas Stars to UB football. They get a big win as they get a. As they get a forty eight to fourteen win at home yesterday on senior night over Kent state. They'll be next in action next Wednesday when they're on the road at Ohio kickoff is set for seven o'clock. You can catch that action over in our sister station ESPN fifteen twenty s for the basketball team their season kicked off last night with an eighty two to sixty seven win over Saint Francis. They're back in action on Friday night when they are home to host thirteenth ranked West Virginia you can catch that action over on our sister station. ESPN fifteen twenty I'm Brian Wilson for WGN sports radio. Five fifteen for breaking sports news. Download the radio dot com.
"kelso" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Hello. Hi this is Patrick Kelso I'm calling from rent a car was looking for Yeah that's me Hey Ken? How are you I believe you rented a car from us a week ago and dropped. It, off yesterday Yeah I did Well no. Not. A problem really I'm just calling because there was a Brown duffel bag left, in the trunk and I was. Thinking probably yours. So, gonna check No I don't think. So, are you sure. Because you're the last one, who rented the vehicle from us Nope that's definitely not mine. I, don't, I don't own. A. Brown duffel bag okay that's too bad whoever owns this baby man they're going, to be excited if I can. Never find him Why is that Probably. Shouldn't tell you it's not really any, of your business but as long through the contents of it and there's a lot of money. Inside it's crazy I was hoping it. Would, be yours yeah I'm trying to, find the owner but Like how much are we, talking I'd say about ten thousand dollars. So it's a lot of money Brown bag in the, car that I was driving yeah You're sure that's not. Yours You found it shortly. After, I dropped it off yeah. I was in the trunk Twice soon at yours but I guess it isn't. So I, guess I'll go on my. Way and try to find whoever's it's. Possible I mean I'm not sure. But possible it could be my wife's duffel bag. I, hadn't even thought about that In fact. I'm sure that's what it is Yeah I'm almost. Positive 'cause she had the car in the. Afternoon, oh. Okay does she usually carry around a lot of cash on? Her, well you, know we've been doing renovations and. Stuff I. Don't I'm not. Sure Yeah I know. It's. Kind, of. Funny right seems like a lot but I'm. Sure, that's what it. Is I I could come down to pick. It, up. You know and just you know I d the bag if? You, want okay, sure sure so you think you. Could argue. The bag yeah I mean it's just a, Brown duffel, bag right, yeah that's, it okay cool that's good news sandy. Chance. You, can. Come down later this afternoon to pick it. Up Yeah it could be a vow. Round like, after four probably okay that works, for? Us, before you. Come, down. Make sure you, bring some I d know and the police on need to see those So the police are involved now oh yeah. Well I mean it's obviously a lot of, money so we called, the authorities and, when? They, opened, it they thought it might be drug money or, something. So. They were asking a lot of questions I'm, sure they have some questions for you but if it's yours it's all good right so No. Worries No, no no. That's good, you know why? Don't I I didn't know the police were. Involved, one I, you know I don't want to get caught up in something that you know if the police. Are there so why don't I talked to my wife I and just. Make sure but you said it was your? Bag, though, no no you? Know, what I like, I said I'm actually it's. Probably not it's probably not my bag and I'm not even sure my wife owns a. Brown bag Just told me that you just told me that it was yours Yeah you know how. How women are man they're buying. New purses and stuff every month I can't keep track of everything I'm constantly, changing so, you're, going back on, it saying that? It's not your bag now yeah I'm, pretty sure it's not I. Mean you know I I'll ask her you know what I'll ask her and if. It is I'll get back to you otherwise he'd. To, let, you. Know, that the police, are actually recording this, phone call so they already heard you say. It's your money oh oh yeah No no no we. Were, just, talking I, didn't. Say it was mine Sure you said it was your wife's bag and that you were, going to come pick it. Up just, thought, it might be, I mean obviously if it wasn't I wasn't going to. Pick it up how this week But this doesn't sound like a situation, I'm. Involved in you, also said, that your wife carries around a bunch, of money for renovations you can see, how that kind of sounds shady right I'm sure. Any police officer? That, heard that is probably gonna listen really like I said we. We we did some work, on the house my wife's in charge of the finances but. You. Normally pay cash for that stuff though you know what I I really don't think my budget, is any of your business. I do, appreciate, the call but, we're not involved here and this is not my bag Right you see how the police are. Probably going to be a, little skeptical of your story now that you claim this bag If you're straightforward with what. You were, asking what you. Wanted to know giving you an answer but all this you know kinda. Roundabout. Questioning, is not cool all right not my, bag it's, not. My money how I live my life on your damn business okay well it's going to be the police's business I think Whole this conversation's over and for the record. Just for anyone who is listening it's not, my bag it's not my, money and I don't, do drugs and, I don't, have any money well there's a. Lot of, people listening right. Now I could tell you that that I hope they all understand it. Really. Clearly, they do because this is a prank. Phone call What do you mean by. That this is Jubal from Brooke and Jubal in the morning doing a phone tap on you your wife Sarah set you up Wait a minute my wife. Told you to call me yeah? She emailed us and wanted to do a prank on, you she wanted to see if, you try, to, take the cash Oh And you did try to take the? Cash All. Right it's your wife's drug money it's absolutely He's going to prison. For this.
"kelso" Discussed on KOMO
"Center good morning ten thirty one i'm mark christopher begin assefa suspended passenger trains right now about eight miles south tacoma on the main track two little beach we have a landslide they're they're saying caused by heavy saturation from dumping rainfall over a twenty four hour period slide is about thirty feet long four feet deep and covers the tracks a passing freight train in the area noticed debris and water rapidly rising along the tracks apparently caused by backed up culvert they usually diverts water from the tracks freight trains are running again but passenger service is going to be held off until about ten o'clock tonight amtrak is substituted with buses between service sarah of kelso and seattle bellevue investigation underway right now on an accidental shooting that has taken a life of a person shooting occurred at a hotel and one hundred sixteen th avenue northeast here's what we know it komo news officers arrived finding a twenty five year old man in a hotel room with a gunshot wound to his head the mail is transported to harborview short time later he died investigators learned that the man and his acquaintance a twenty four year old female had rented a room at that hotel female telling investigators that at one point the victim began playing with a with a handgun she felt uncomfortable told him to stop the man told the woman and assured her that the gun was not loaded and then he put the gun to his head and pulled the trigger the body of a twenty four year old man drowning after falling into eagle falls has been recovered he slipped into the skykomish river while reaching for a rope swing on the river's bank on memorial day the location of the incident near index he was quickly swept down the river and then slipped underwater crews found his body about fifty yards from the falls seattle police want to hear from anyone who might have seen something there martha washington park early yesterday morning a seventeen year old boy was shot and killed while tokyo talking with his friends and sharing ghost stories police say someone then opened fire after a car pulled up near them we not believe me gang related seething at all in fact there is a group.
"kelso" Discussed on From da Bottom Episode's
"I know i will just think i'll like even be so 101 yet on the immune play one on i'm open to the challenge though kelso while i was w what else next for me so though the craziest thing yeah what's the scariest thing out you've been the situation will i own off i wanna keep doing it louis am um m yellow just shaking i'll man well more recently i was honest this travel show and i'm not very good with heights you know i don't like now now really mean neither now i you know i'm a proud this thing and they were like you just said you than the rent that when the scariest dea i guess not here we go people so i was we were we're basically the premise of this we in bolivia on this place called the death road would is like an edge all with the truck while yeah that's a single lane garros england roma aurora andrew so we're going down to wear this coca farmer is and basically were falling this cocoa farmer who zip lines to his his farm over from across the road and that's the only way he can get there won't be they ask you somebody a finish so he he you know ainhoa thing for him you know he takes his coca leaves went along put them on the tip line and that's how would you use the i how much weight you get because if he didn't want can be that aum aamer now i mean he it's a hand it's a they made the zip line so you know we had our own team there to secure us because our insurance for the company would not allow us to go across in less we had some sort of experts in team you know.
"kelso" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"The reuters news agency have entered their third month in jail while loan and kelso were arrested december twelve th and charged with violating burma's official secrets act they've been denied bail and face up to fourteen years in jail at the time of the arrests they were investigating a massacre committed by the burmese military targeting ruhango muslims in the village of in being in september while the two journalists remain in prison other journalists with reuters have continued to piece together what happened in indian in a shocking new experts say reuters reports burmese soldiers and members of an informal militia executed ten ruhango muslim captives at least two of the men were hacked to death the others were shock reuters published one photo showing the ten men lined up in a row on the day of their execution the ten men are kneeling on the ground with their hands tied behind their backs a second photo shows the men's blood he'd bodies buried in a single grave the dead included two high school students fishermen shopkeepers an islamic teacher the killings were part of what the united nations has described as a textbook example of ethnic cleansing since last year at least sixty seven hundred broking muslims have been killed in burma entire villages have been destroyed about seven hundred thousand roma hangar have fled across the border into bangladesh the jailing of the bernese journalists has sparked international outrage on tuesday the group in america announced it'll honor well alone and kelso with this year's freedom to write award on sunday fellow journalists in burma took part in a protest this says satellite punts in the publication the irrawaddy new mangana how horrible situation has no more of used that wall loan cure also were arrested because of their investigative report on the indian massacre journalists have the right to access the news according to journalistic ethics this incident is an abuse of justice this is also evidence that the media are being intimidated in burma earlier today the imprison reuters reporters while loan and cast so appeared in a burmese court as loan left the court he said quote i can tell you we worked in accordance with media ethics i totally believe that we go now to singapore to speak with anthony it slug cuffs ski readers bureau chief in burma he worked closely with.
We May Never Know the Truth Behind Tommy Wiseau and 'The Room'
"Kelso washington about an hour and a half away from there and there was cards all over i 5 and and it was a disaster and it just scares me i know that there had been talk about positive train control i know you mentioned earlier and i don't know if positive train control was in effect in this particular spot and
"kelso" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"In the last time but they had a heart attack but they're like he's coming back so either they're just like catch your or it's going to be a throwback through because i'm like tampering rose aim at the funeral like he's in the casket open can also he raises handy i got a better i got a better one he's a ghost like bill cosby and go so yeah so rosy just like he's our hearts what they know he's there like they egg now they knowledge that he's just like a friendly goes hanging out in that can lead to allow comedy because only people only members of the family recognizes ago meantime he's porn hijinks on there that's exactly right can all still see him he's hanging out the house the new phillies air he's going to prank in the new husband yeah i like it goes down i've got to pitch i've got a picture you guys reboot does 70s show unfortunately in the offseason ashton kutcher is character kelso has died they replace him with a new kelso who is just a chocolate lab what are you talking chocolate trucco operates in the exact same way the ashton coutries character operated it kills elaborated they bring him in on older little seventy 1970s hijinks he's just too talking dog the entire time but they don't even janati cgi talking dog they just do like peanut butter the mouth with some of these words they don't have the money for cgi knows just a dog licking his lips but they never ever explain it they never talk about him being dog it's like a boat jack horseman is may he really ought the whole time evidently ah in case you missed it you remember last week we talked about that the w w e has trademarked three sixteen three colon sixteen well of course this week stephen colbert had jesus on to talk about it.
"kelso" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"In the last time but they had a heart attack but they're like he's coming back so either they're just like catcher or it's going to be a throwback through because i'm like tampering rose we'll at the funeral like he's in the casket gas can also he raises handy i got a better i got a better one he's a ghost like bill cosby and go so yeah so rosy just like he's our hearts what they know he's there like they egg now they knowledge that he's just like a friendly goes hanging out in that can lead to allow comedy because only people only members of the family recognizes ago meantime he's porn hijinks on there that's exactly right you can all still see him he's hanging out the house the new phillies air he's going to prank in the new husband yeah i like it goes down i've got to pitch i've got a picture you guys reboot does 70s show unfortunately in the offseason ashton kutcher is character kelso has died they replace him with a new kelso who is just a chocolate lab what are you talking chocolate laugh operates in the exact same way the ashton coutries character operated it kills elaborated they bring him in on older little seventy 1970s hijinks he's just too talking dog the entire time but they don't even janati cgi talking dog they just do like peanut butter the mouth with some of these were the money for cgi knows just a dog licking his lips but they never ever explain it they never talk about him being dog it's like a boat jack horseman is may he really ought the whole time evidently ah in case you missed it you remember last week we talked about that the w w e has trademarked three sixteen three colon sixteen well of course this week stephen colbert had jesus on to talk about it.
"kelso" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The city very fresh stuff kelso not at all attired not at all stale very original except in the case of kd maybe you're forgot he checks is mansions every now and then added maybe you also forgot that he will go katie is the rare soup ir who will go on social media and he did go in this case he fired rightback with quote you must be a piece of boat leap emoji you must be a piece of crap if a dog chooses to live in the streets instead of your house please katie don't hurt them that's a vicious dog that fire stray fire that seems off the free throw line and throwing it right down on kelso's adding and the best part of it with the kelso was so proud of himself that joke that he practically turn to the crowd and was mean mugging before katie wrecked him then some other dude twitter do tweets at katie trey five how does it feel to know any of your followers to join the warriors on the same contract and golden state would still win the finals and then katie fires back with so i should be grateful to be so lucky to be randomly chosen in out of billions to be a member of the nba champs ha normally i would say that guys i katie should not be checking their mentions because it's a viper pit in negatively it can only and horribly for kd ready star athlete who does who checks them and decides to respond but i'll be real i love this guy checks is mentions how many of the superstars or trade leading shots on twitter you don't see others stars clowning guys on twitter they play it safe they never say anything about anything they never let you inside katie though will pull back the curtain a little bit which is what twitter royce supposed to be about it's not supposed to be about celebs who only tweet when they've got something to sell all katie on twitter is like those clips of katie from rucker part back in the day playing loose and free against mere mortals killing fours and making it look easy again usually the only athletes who trade shots are not the best of the best and none of them fire back like eighty i don't recommended for everybody you've got to be good now you gotta be.
"kelso" Discussed on WEEI
"Have it on very good authority jackie and kelso is really really not a nice person really yep from good authority very very good authority which you mean to you know not me hooker at me what she means someone once or is this like a pattern of behaviour that you really yep that's um tuba well it's not really that surprising she wasn't very nice on at seventy show she was very difficult but that sort of what made or hot in know like the fact that she was just so over the top and like you know like remember when you were a kid and when i was a kid anyway and i watch like willy wonka chocolate factory and what's your face a little girl who's like such brad and i was like her age so you know no one i'm watching the movie i'm sitting there going i hate her but i also kind of laker like i don't understand with what's going on here why would have these feelings i'm having surveyed you feel tinguely it did like kind the name of luke assault the ruc assault i remember just sort of like a hater but oh had dressed like i'm eight years old sitting there going what what are these feelings i'm having an sort of the same thing with mila kunis you know he's still well on that show anywhere in at seventy shows sort of those those feelings all came rushing back six one seven seven seven nine seven 937 as your phone number this conversation took a turn let's take one more call here before the break and the is and roslyndale high end hey how are you i advocate on bibi you're not gonna like come i come off her her well let's find a okay so if a golf tournament if the charity right it early in the early warning key edgar taken aback not ready for it and maybe dr fall accer of her or whatever but he you know you're not ready for that on fought may be and the and i would i would give some credence to your theory if moments earlier he hadn't just gone on a long sort of on uninterrupted i don't wanna say rant but it was kind of iran about how athletes aren't allowed to talk about other things and how you know you.
"kelso" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"With it as if you know the hotel was i was cream clear the low investigation of it to me is a bit premature we don't know so what we don't know now you have a special health who still have the intelligence committee chairman berg and his team investigated who don't know all that will come out and who ultimately wool wanted up under the wheels of justice as it were very well could be the president we don't know that but at that time he was absolutely right he wasn't under investigation and i think the president should listen to legal kelso purple i became legal kelkal heavy a private lawyer he didn't like that press conference you to think that was affected i'm sorry the problem the problem you do not come corporate lawyer outeniqua of the public who do get the facts frog than got up the is actually not crew because not the same litigating a try it or some up deal god bad you need even government lawyers either former fbi former apartment chuck the or law firm that specializes in government took a little bit because it's a very different however deal but we have you attorney go out there and they would instead it will you go back and grow up i object to buy back the problem in the could begin i hope take more fear kugler think he is we've got fitted because of what he you say it cui still go on comment it'll.