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"kennewick" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

03:09 min | 11 months ago

"kennewick" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"The looser interpretation prevails then. Yeah let's say something you know. Some remains are found are they. Will they be immediately handed over or will will. Will there be any chain of custody. Where caliber is apply. It's going to be. It's going to require a legal battle. You know obama. The legislation signed by. Obama is not doesn't expand nag bridges said in this particular case. I'm ruling so it was a presidential. I think i think he signed a congressional legislation and in february of two thousand seventeen thirty tribal members from the retailer and the coleville yarmuk on the wound up on all of the above head to washington and they take dozens of boxes containing various bits of kennewick man. Back here to washington state and as they wanted to do in one thousand nine hundred ninety six twenty one years before they finally bury the ancient one in an undisclosed location. And is there any kind of tribal competition for jurisdiction. Is there a sense because the tribes where they are now their reservations for the various tribes. Do not really echo or represent like reservations. They were. yeah the older over here. The spokane indians are a lot of them. Were combined into a territory was forced on mixed reservations. And so is are there. I did everyone come together in peace. Yeah there's no reporting on any kind of disagreement among the tribes. I think they all were looking for the same victory and they all agreed. you know. we'll just. We'll just bury the ancient riverbank somewhere. The main thing is that nobody knows where so. It can't be desecrated and no one came up arizona. this was confined to northwestern. Yeah there was a there was a. There's some kind of governing council of these five tribes. That was that was kind of the speaking for the tribes that became the legal arm of the right up the battle and the political. Npr battle as well. So in this case we all had our cake and ate it to every i guess or another way. Everybody's mad scientists got their study but you know lost the bone so further advances in technology may not be able to be retroactively applied to the kennewick man discovery the tribes had to put up with the twenty one years in indignity of the ancient one being poked and prodded before they were finally able to rebury it but again interesting case no no bad guys the people of goodwill trying to do their job and just kind of interesting philosophical debate about where that historical bright line is where We're grandpa becomes a fossil of the corps of engineers still. I wonder if you're looking for a bad guy you know i'm always looking for a bad guy. And feels like the corps of engineers. They can take the heat right. It's like the bureau of land management. Everybody's mad at him to sounds like you have an existing beef seems unrelated to kennewick. Now i read the monkey wrench gang. At a very a very impressionable. Age and.

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"kennewick" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

07:23 min | 11 months ago

"kennewick" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"Though the bones were all scattered you can tell from. Calcium carbonate forming on the bone. Which side was down for the longest amount of time before they were disturbed by the river and they can tell by how ep was what position he was in and he appears to be in a position where he was deliberately placed there and then buried science so he had friends even though he was. You know an alaskan exchange student and a culture of burial. yes people. There had a culture of burial. So that's interesting. There is a cultural connection to whoever lived there. Even he was not then. Wow and they reconstruct a figure of him if you go to the smithsonian to this day you can see i. I don't know if it's in the office or if it's on display all the time but there is a you know. They decide what his face might have looked like based on modern day. I knew in chatham islander physionomy and features and so they've sculpted a clay face over and basically a big kennewick man mannequins you can stare into his laws and think about what he must have seen. The tribes are not happy about the way the legal battle has ended. And they're not happy when the science comes out not just because once again people are poking and desecrating our stuff but There's some criticism of the science like there has been no the dna. Testing has not been conclusive. It hasn't come back yet from a lab in denmark. At the time the 'cause he was still a a science in its infancy. Yeah this is deepening. This is now kind of the mid two thousand ten so not infancy but But yeah it's it's you know five to ten years before the present day and we know. Dna testing can tell us a lot more now than it did even a few short years ago exactly and the fact that this study is all just based on the shape of its skull. Really you know. Rubs people rubs there the scientists legal opponents wrong. Yeah because they're saying misused right for so many. You can't really be a an american indian. You're not native american. Look at the shape of your head. You'll get your brow. Yeah look at the incisors. Here come on. You couldn't have done math. So this kind of is a little bit queasy. And in fact the story does not end this. The long the deep dive long-form smithsonian article ends happily with a with a reconstructed kennewick man greeting visitors in the offices of the american museum of natural history and the small-minded tribes thwarted in fact that was not the end of the store a year after the smithsonian wrote this paper the danish dna study came back and said yes there is substantial genetic similarity between kennewick man and the current inhabitants of the region. That in fact you know because the house leeann alleys argument was always yes. It's what you said yes this is the ancestor in a kind of general way. But he's no more closely an ancestor of the mattila or the coleville than he is to You know the people of tear it off waco. There's right he has stuff in common with all modern man. There's no special reason why they should have a claim and the danish findings actually disagreed substantially. but can we. Can we trust the danes. you think. there's a danish conspiracy. I asked myself that question all the time. i don't. i'm not saying this. Particular group of dane imagining dana step delegation being glad handed at a washington state casino and getting like rooms then buffet comte at suddenly coming back with. No i mean this is just newer newer science and according to this study yes like there is a definite cultural link between or cultural. Sorry yeah definite. Genetic link between the cult the between the modern and canada rickman and the problem is that nagpur requires cultural affiliation as well. and there's no no burial goods and the and the seafaring culture seems to to argue against it like nagpur has written with like a list of like nine kinds of of ways. You could connect a relic with With a current tribunal because the law anticipates not just as infighting between scientists and tries but infighting between tribes saying. Yeah well we we were on this land. Hey buddy like we were called the people you were called the from across the river This was our land. So it's the anthropology versus the paleontology and how they how they mutually support or don't support one and the law requires there should be a preponderance of the evidence. Show your cultural affiliation. But there's kind of a A loophole that says that allows for a looser evidentiary standard if that fails and athletes up in arms about this. He's like if this if this holds. There will never be another study of an ancient american artifacts again because the rules are now so loose that you know a modern tribal government could could claim just about anything. What's crazy. maybe that's not so bad. We are trying to create a scientific like a society at least at least whole not maybe holy but as a society founded in scientific principles but scientists so political evidence can be politicized based on a who does the research how the findings are published. What as you said cherry picking and i it makes because we we often use science as shorthand for what we imagine is truth right and and and an iron clad scientific method that isn't tainted by politics but of course that doesn't maybe never existed and certainly certainly not in each individual case. Yeah right even if there's a trend toward it as a result and as you're is you're mentioning the social climate has also changed a lot since nineteen ninety-six. If you're going to err on the side of somebody it's not going to be caliber wielding scientists against tribal elders anymore. You know and especially by the time two thousand. What did you say this was happening in re within the last decade. Yeah two thousand sixteen. Yeah okay so twenty years later everything is different. Yeah in this was december two thousand sixteen. This would have been in the waning days of his term. Trump has been electric has already won the two thousand sixteen election. Oh wow you were on twitter at this point so on on one of his twitter since two thousand eleven. No that's like i obama term. Two thousand nine. Wow sex six. Maybe before. It was even called twitter. Yeah you you are. On the beta test version which was just called live journal. Obama signed legislation ordering the newseum to turn over the bones back to the local tribes based on what mostly based on the new evidence out of out of denmark that there is some genetic connection which is the whole lynch pin of the scientists argument right and we can use this looser language in nagpur to get around the fact that it's just too old the show any cultural affiliation and the scientists are right like it's gonna be very hard to do exhaustive studies of future prehistoric north american remains If the if the you can't make an agreement with.

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"kennewick" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

06:30 min | 11 months ago

"kennewick" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"There's like three chapters about kennedy teeth. There's a full chapter about the algae on the phones. The findings though are fascinating. And i say this is somebody who doesn't even care never heard of kevin man. It was kind rooting for the tribes. I'm like whoa first of all the the Physiologically from what they can tell He appears to be most closely related. To the i knew the original inhabitants of the know the inhabitants northern japan right kind of a bearded right polynesian looking people. Not not as easy attic as you would expect on the japanese archipelago. Also the the chatham. The chatham islanders from the new zealand region so far away on the pacific rim a seafaring. People of ancient. But you know not quite idiotic appearance polynesians basically this kon-tiki and this is the this is a case that is being made in alaska by a lot of polynesians who have moved to alaska. And sort of claimed claimed a close cousin ship with the with the coastal tribes of of alaska both the aleutian and also the panhandle tribes the plunkett in the haida An and i'm not sure what the genetic rationale for it is. But the cultural rationale at cases being made you can also learn a lot about his specific life. Like you can basically get kennewick. Man's biography from looking at his bones so the appearance of the bones initially made the paleontologists say this cannot possibly have bears resemblance to they thought it was. They thought it was a caucasoid personnel. I mean they thought it was literally. I why now they're kind of saying caucasoid inasmuch as the i knew were caucasoid. Yeah so it validates. The their initial lee coincidentally validates original legal arguments. Which is there's no real tribal connection here. You guys can you guys can take a seat We know now that kennewick man or the one had a shoulder injury from repetitive. Use presumably It looks as if his arm went up and down a lot so a hatchet rather sphere maybe up and down a lot but a spear for like marine hunting and fishing. This guy's this guy's getting seals and sea lions and salmon on the bank of the river and he also injured that shoulder. he has a. He has a shoulder injury that ended his major league career. Just for but his right side is really built up and the left side as well from the way you would start the left leg from the way you would step ahead with the opposite leg. Yeah like as if you were throwing a baseball team having having your occupation like tariff form your skeleton in that way i mean i guess a blacksmith. Probably you think modern men in nine thousand years people wouldn't be able to look at me and be like oh java programmer right like boy. His his left cheek is much less developed than his right. Well i used to draw with pencil so much as a kid. I always had this little calcium left index finger. And in fact person i would often smear so if i had showered there'd be graphite all over the keel of my hand from dragging it across the paper so i guess this is just the equivalent of that but it lasted for nine thousand years. If you look at the tips of my fingers. Mike guitar fingers over here so different from guitar fingers over here. It's the string hand gets Callous than flattened is that right or does the does the freeport hand get flattened. In the i dunno. I'd let you feel my fingers. Can if you want you. My dad in the nineteen thirties. When he was in college went to her. I i'm sorry mid forties. He went to a a meeting of the the wobbly that was being held down on the waterfront in seattle and there was a guy stationed at the door. It's one of these smoke-filled rooms where they're all by these are like tough wobbly. The real like ragged. And there's a guy station at the door. And as the as my dad and his two friends walked up he said. Let me see your hands and they they. He grabbed their hands and looked at them and two of the guys he said. You've never worked a day in your life. Get out of here. You can't come in here because they had you know soft college boy hands and he looked at my dad's hands and said all right. Now you're a real working man and brought him in well. My dad had. My dad was on the washington crew. Yeah and so. His hands were covered with calluses from the or. I have snow shovel. Calluses here probably similar. But i don't know if it could get me into a wobbly as other two men were killed of course the killed and thrown into the harbor. They also i mean very small. Bones must've been attacked. You asked it. Every bone was there. They were able to determine yet. Surfer's ear from repeated immersion in water. So again a marine fishermen swimmer. Here's a mysterious cul. Because he has these depression fractures one kind of on his forehead in one further. Back over the dome of his head. And what's mysterious about them. Is that about half of all ancient american skulls. Have these no matter where they find them. Are they from head binding as a child. I don't think so the the the two but they're fractures that he'll put the two competing. Hypotheses are somebody you just get hit with iraq because people used to fight by throwing rocks each other a lot back then all over the continent or like people who were hunting with like a bolo. But we're not great at both related. Mishaps they can look at the prevalence of different chemical isotopes in his bones this has come up on omnibus before and to learn about his diet they can tell that he was not eating the abundant local game of washington state. In fact he was eating. marine animals. Like oshii anik marine. Yes and he's all the way up in was he's in kennewick on the river and apparently his source of water was is like glacial meltwater like the isotopes match alaskan water. So the idea. He's an old man the hypothesis the scientists are. Yeah that's kennewick. Man is a long way from home. He some kind of coastal hunter off on his own following the populations of sea lions or whatever it is he eats and his people are part of a coastal migration from japan. That happened in boats may before the later land bridge migrations but in a wow whoa before lambert. So but he but in his life he lived most of the time in coastal waters and happen to die far from home up a river up a river although not alone apparently the body the bones appear to have been deliberately buried..

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"kennewick" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

07:28 min | 11 months ago

"kennewick" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"Your in your impression if it had remained a local issue issue if the local paleontologist and had brought him the smithsonian and it had stayed in academic question Like a tweedy academic question would the tribes of felt like they needed to band together. This i wonder if they still would have. Because you know this largely becomes. It's it's a symbolic conflict and the symbolism grows as it starts to appear in the new york times and the wall street journal for sure but even on a local scale i mean the principal here would be We don't want this studied scientifically at all. We're going to get these turned over to us. As federal law now demands we are going to secretly reburied kennewick man as as a as our ancestor deserves. It was funny it very quickly. The tribe start calling him the ancient one while as if he was a family member. A know a figure from their from their lower in their history whereas all the scientists were saying kennewick man the way you would say neanderthal manner crow magnum and he's a a sample of a scientific genus but it seemed to me that the tribes because the corps of engineers symbolically was the federal government. The thing that the tribes had had been right you know in opposition to throughout their history and so the symbolism of it was you know and especially that the army and the united tribes might as well be the cavalry. it's the successors to custer so it always seemed like the symbolism got you know got blown up because it became a you know it was no longer just like. Oh the local nez pearson. This guy a little one room office. What a twist happened very quickly. Which was the army quickly announced that they would hand over the results. To the over the the relics bones to the confederation of tribes for reburial the army immediately agreed with the tribes. And you know when asked about this. The funny thing is i'm working for a one of the best treatments of this. It appeared in smithsonian magazine before. Actually the end of the story kind of midway and the story and because it's smithsonian magazine the smithsonian curator of the heroes advancing science here. And you know we've done more than anybody else to help repair we've repatriated thousands of these of these relics. You know we're the good guys here. A lot of native american exactly and what happened is the army said. Hey look this is just. This is the right way to handle this. We're just we're just going by the book here. And the scientists said no your. You're already in trouble with the tribes for all these local land administration issues related to dams and salmon fishing in all the above. Like you are literally throwing them a bone is that is that really the case they made. That was the that's what the scientists said. The army had a conflict of the army. The army had pr interest in making nice with the tribes and the army does not care about kennewick man. The army just wants to build the dams that wants to build and blow. The dancer wants to blow up without the pesky tribal elders right. So they're like. Hey here's our ceremonial gift to you. We love you to take the ancient one. But let's talk about those salmon number. It's really expensive to put a fish ladder in our local damn latest dam. Or at least this is what chatters and douglas ouseley. I call him james before his. Douglas say this is. What chatters douglas owls lee alleged fees related to the ouseley that made lsd. Is it the same. Same family ca story gets more and more interesting. I'm going to guess no the smithsonian makes the case that yeah look we return all these things but i do an exam to make sure we're returning it to the right people's let's do that and chatters and outlier on the record is thinking this these remains do not resemble local tribes like there's no genetic or cultural connection here with me understand why the tribes are airing on the side of this. Is our guy right but this is not your guy and is it because the theory at the time was that waves of migrations Meant that the people that currently or you know two hundred years ago lived in that region. Were yes were more recent arrivals so this this is what happens. They've already made a cursory examination of the remains and when they later do a more detailed examination yes. Their findings are This is from an earlier wave of immigration and migration. I guess and as a result actually is no culture. We can see why you would think. Hey you know old bones on on what was once your tribal land. We get it but look we can show you with science that you don't need to worry. This is the ancient one is not your affair. Go about your business. He's aren't the droids you're looking for. Let us show you with. Silence exactly goes wrong. There's no history of trying to show indigenous people with your modern ways what decisions they really should make. That feels like a omnibus t-shirt. Let us show you sign. And this is tricky. Even at the highest levels of the smithsonian because they decide to the smithsonian ouseley gets some top scientists together to form a legal battle to protest this finding to form a legal team to appeal the ruling for the army corbin seniors in their fortune. The tragedy will eventually quickly get the remains but the smithsonian doesn't want anything to do with it in fact no museum or university wants their name on it. Harvard or You know the natural has in new york naturalist museum. Nobody wants to be the name behind. We don't think these tribes should get their guy back. Now where are we culturally in at this point in time in the know the growing sensitivity to to a much more diverse sense of like what are what are cultural responsibilities. Is there a. Is there an old guard in all these institutions. That doesn't understand what's happening. And a and like the latest the younger scientists who are like listen with. There's a whole new way of that. We have to approach this material. You know the story does not have any young scientists who were like. This is terrible. Not just for pr. Reasons blight let the tribes have the bones like they don't appear in the story. This story needs more young science. There's a smithsonian attorney. Who says you guys should not be doing this because this could be. The justice department has worn us. This might be a violation of federal statute. That you're a federal employee. Trying to sue the federal government like. That's that's that could be a criminal matter right and the head of the smithsonian overrides the The his own attorneys. Yeah and says no no. We're going to let you know we're not going to be a part legal party here. But we're gonna allow our top curator's to to pursue this as private citizens and would it. Would this be different in two thousand twenty one even though this happened fairly recently even though this is kind of late nineties early two thousands legal battle. But this is twenty. The latest twenty years have been right. Comp- completely changed the way that we think about this stuff culture. Cj that it That this would be different today but at the time all these scientists who think. I'm sure they're on the they're on. The side of good and progressivism. Just want more knowledge about the ancient people here. We're the good guys..

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"kennewick" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

05:59 min | 11 months ago

"kennewick" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"That's land. We administer the skeleton. An is ours if it's not a crime scene and we've seen the radiocarbon results in it's not a crime scene. Apparently it's not. It's not a crime if it happened nine thousand years ago and it will let so let me ask did spear caused the death. No i as we'll later see been in there and had calcified kennewick man walked around with a spear point in his hip for for years. So way to go kennewick lawyer. I feel like go on and my lower back. No what i'm saying. Middle aged guy. Men were men back then. John nine thousand years ago now no cavities and a big piece of rock in their in their Toxic did the corps of engineers have a paleontological interest. Or were they what like. Where does the this is a question. I asked about the corps of engineers all the time. Where does their purview end. Because they seem to feel within the organization that their purview is limitless. Everything it's like we will if we can shape landscapes with our dams and canals. Yeah we're going to just oh. We need a canal through the center of this town. Like that is so what did they. What was their interest in kennewick man. Well at first they just say look i. It's just typical government territorialism. We're we're gonna make the calls here. We're going to decide who handling access you. Random local scientist Once you have a seat right. It's like when tommy lee jones comes in and says now this is a us marshals issue and then the local cops have to be like. Oh man why they always disappointed. I would be like sweet right well. I'm going to sleep with my wife. How boring it is to be like a homicide detective or an aunt or a paleontologist in kennewick. Yeah there's no csi tri cities. you're like come on. Give me something to do. So the sheriff steps in between the coroner and the army just like we're just gonna put this in one of our sheriffs evidence lockers and figure this out The local anthropologists chatters realizes. He's gonna be out he's got the whole army corp engineers coming after and so he goes up as high as the ladder he can he calls the smithsonian and gets he gets James owls leon mahorn curator at the natural. He's on this. These names are just somebody wrote a novel. And you read it james. Owls league calls jack reacher. He pushed up the the arms of his tweed jacket. Gyms elsa is not only a highly placed government official because he runs the the nation's natural history museum he also specifically in. This area is a scott. He's identified mass graves in the balkans hole and he was the guy. Identifying bodies at the at the david caress compound in waco and even after nine eleven. So he's he's and he's also specialist in in america so like he's the guy and he's super excited because you don't see a lot of big completes nine thousand year old skeletons like this like right like somebody's gonna books are going to be written about this. Oh boy this is a career maker. And that's what chatters is thinking yes and also there's just interest to these guys got into this because it's not just like oh boy. I'm going to be sitting at the table at the dinner this year. Yeah no it's it's also like this is gonna be. I've studied my whole life for. This is the kind of reason i got into anthropology but when hearings are held army corps of engineer prevails. Their attorneys successfully argued that they have the rights to to what exam. They can be whatever they wanted. This point equipment. Here's as those guys so the The bones get locked up in a federal lab in richland college. Men top men. It's a department of energy lab. I guess probably left over from all the hanford era apparatus and this is when the tribes claim the skeleton a coalition of the tribes area. Mattila the coleville the yakima. I think the nets pierce even although it seems like it'd be a little out of jurisdiction was different and there's a years ago well. That's that's the tricky part. They remind the army corps of engineers about nag in one thousand nine hundred. The bush administration the first bush administration signed into law the native american graves protection and repatriation act tried. I remember that too and that seemed like a real victory. It was because there was a history of centuries of desecration of native graves by white people. Who didn't care either. They just wanted to grave. Robbery is oldest timeshare. I mean there's you know the most even the most benevolent cases they're just plowing something up to build a schoolhouse or something right. And other cases they're literally Collecting skulls to put over the bar. There yeah so they would saw heads off fallen native warriors after battles and send them back to washington for study wise for taxidermy. Yeah and then. Of course just all the fortune seekers later who just wanna find cool beads and stuff either for collections or for resale. So you know these people are just worn out from years of having their grave treated like a dollar store but as anyone. But as i recall the so the tribes kind of banded together to because they were going up against the corps of engineers which was seen as a kind of monolithic and insensitive and grasp be federal agency. That had come in to the situation kind of with no with no sensitivity. They didn't put anybody forward they didn't they didn't find a bow tie and and push him up to the microphone and make him the the front person of the the idea right if they just found some guy that was like some neb ish who's like i can't wait to dig into this. Look at those teeth. Yeah but the so. The tribes at i felt.

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"kennewick" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

09:31 min | 11 months ago

"kennewick" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"Americas by people coming the long way around is it's really like a i mean it's such a dramatic story and you can you can actually follow the migration by the the. The oldest remains that have been found in various locations. We speculate all the time. Well what if what if a different group of people came over on our own raft. You know this is the kon-tiki question. What about and the story gets rewritten. Every time on new found and so that's that was a big part of the argument for the science was like wait a minute. This tells this tells us so much. And that's where the dna came in. It's yeah and there. Are there actually points of fact that may affect your opinion of the case or the various legal decisions that came down regarding the case So i think reasonable minds can differ. Here i i feel like i. I really was interested in the topic. But i'm a little gun. Shy about about internet controversy. And i just kind of you know just sort of moonwalked backwards out of it. Even though i'm super glad that you chose it. And i want to talk about it. I think we can. I think we're i think we're up to the challenge. You know you are nothing if not measured. I'm a real. I'm a real obama on the one hand. Yeah kinda guy you teach the content on the other hand you know you you tell us about. Both sides is the protagonist of this story. But we don't meet him until he's been dead for nine thousand years. Yeah which you know. By which time all his all our faults forgotten. If you're listening to this nine thousand years after jonah have passed on. Well we were unfortunate. Naturally this record you don't know anything about her good or bad. Our neighbors were we. Are your grandparents. I mean that's the thing at nine thousand years right. we're all related. We all have the same that are earlier grandmother at you. Know you follow it. Follow genetics. Are you follow a. What am i looking for. genealogy you follow genealogy and you realize that there's so much genetic material just kind of well i guess you for a better term in inbreeding. We we all have sex with our cousins. Not me personally. No we all do we all all of us here in this room but but all future links are probably in in cousin relationships. Send us an envelope with the names of all of your first cousins with whom you've had relations but then dna also shows us. You know these kind of unbroken lines like i'm related to the three calls the ancient kings of ireland. Well they rats. Thank you i have about. I have the smallest scintilla of genetic relationship to the shows. If it weren't if it weren't for you know the y chromosome. This broken little chromosome the travels through time dumb. Little half chromosome how we hate it. I would things be better without it. Only only i had to hardy x.'s. Silly one the story of kennewick man did not become a national caused. Celebs you say immediately. It started as a pretty small event little article in the seattle times in the summer. Of maybe it was even in some eastern washington paper. I i don't know. In the summer of nineteen ninety. Six to college students in kennewick washington are already implausible. They got lost. They're trying to find a costco. The i'm sure there's something else. He can cusco. Please do not email us kennewick. Can cats can a wicky wicky and try try city ins because we never referred to them except as the tri cities the try citizens try citizen the kennewick. The kennel wicked no They are in the shallows of the columbia river. I don't are they fishing. But they find a bone it's brown it's modeled it's old. They are alarmed and they call in to human bone. It's a human bone. it's they call in the county. Coroner one floyd johnson which is a hope. He's like an old mayberry type thank you. It's an sixth grade county coroner. Dan just exactly what. I was hoping who intern. Turn calls in smick dinner for no local local archaeologists. And i don't know what a local tri-cities archaeologist he must be just a local character. One james chatters Who i think everyone has a local archaeologist is do you think he's on the on the city books. I was reading an article in the newspaper. Just a couple of days ago about about one of these metal detector guys who discovered they're just metal detector guys. Now there's always there's always somebody. There is a local museum. That's only opened on tuesdays. There's a sign that says if you want to visit the museum call and and it's run by this local local archaeologist. He is in fact. is a and phd anthropology from the university of washington. You know my physics teacher. At gonzaga university was a hanford physicist. Who when he wasn't splitting the atom would come up to spokane and teach physics at gonzaga grade teacher i ever had. Oh they weren't fishing. It was the hydro hydro races. Did you know that. There's a tri cities has its own version of fair called waterfalls. What is on the columbia. I did not if you followed if you follow the hydro races like do you know that. The the columbia river racism. Big you travel around the country going to different worries announced them. And now you just bring your that little portable Mike figure she has missed. Budweiser people around me. Like why did you bring this through. Microphone oh boy oh berto so the two students are just you know on the wandering the underbrush of the southbank during the boat race looking for a spot they see skull so that's how they know it's not find the sculpture so it's very exciting and when a local that when the police get a dive team out there they find more fragments. They tape off the scene. And that's when they call in the big guns the coroner in the archaeologist in the failing light of the evening these to dig up from you know scattered because know the water in the mud have done their work. They a complete human skeleton. Wow they find it all. i'm in most. Yeah it's it's a. It's a complete skeleton. You ever find of prehistoric. Man chatters immediately. I mean first. He thinks i mean he did. He does not appear to be a native american skeleton. at first glance they think crime victim. Yeah i mean that's why the police come in but the key so he's like is this old. West is just like a pioneer or some trapper. Apparently and this is again a dicey area. You don't wanna way too far into. But i guess as a matter of factual evidence. There are skeletal differences in general between different racial types. Right and it's not phonology but it is you look at the skull shape and i hate to even get into this because you sound like one of these. New atheists turned white supremacists online who were without the calendar. Look at the brain pan and they had they have little micro. Yeah exactly but there are. The asian skull for example has different shaped incisors dental differences. And in this case the dental differences turn out to be the telling evidence because the teeth are very warn but have no cavities which means no candy bar candy bars. Yeah people cavities. That's a modern invention you know. Prehistoric man had amazing teeth because they didn't have processed sugar So wow this looks. These teeth looked prehistoric. And then chatters notices in the skeletons hip bone There is a piece of rock imbedded and it looks like the point of a superior. It's a spirit tip. Kennewick man took one in the hip. And so he says you know. This is not a police issue. This is now a paleontological issue anthropological. I guess he sends the spirit sample of the spear point off for carbon dating. And it's more than nine thousand years old. Wow and so. I remember this and i was just you know. I was kind of jumping for joy at the time when it was first reported. Were also at the hydro racist. Because i was there and comments a photo finish. But you know this was. There wasn't a controversy at first. It was like because you know because they didn't go consult tribes. The reporter was like wow look at this. And there's the naive idea that would be on the same side of this shirley. Everybody wins if we learn more about the early inhabitants of the columbia basin surely the science and the tribes who would be in sync on this. Yeah what happened. I was not related to the local native. Americans what happened. I was the army corps of engineers stepped in here. They come. This is what this is where on the legal thriller begin..

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"kennewick" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"kennewick" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

"Kind of have the pothole. Gotta have it got le- let the say in history. This is fascinating. July twenty eighth nineteen ninety-six. Let's go to kennewick washington. The kennewick man is discovered. Okay so there's his skull. Here's the story. So budget kids were hanging around the bank so the columbia river and they came across the skull there it is and authorities thought it was A crime victim and then they found a skeleton and then they sorta to study it and then they found out that the skull and skeleton. We're nine thousand years old nine thousand years okay. And here's what they found out about the nine thousand year old man. He was five foot. Seven between one hundred sixty seventy pounds muscular right handed and he died between the age of forty and fifty five his diet because he had no cavities in his team was primarily seafood. And some vegetables. Didn't it makes no cavities. Because no sugar. You didn't eat any sugar now. Where did he come from. Well he was part of the native american lineage. But get this. He came from an island south of new zealand which is almost artika all the way up to washington nine thousand years ago. That's some voyage. The kennewick man discovered twenty six years ago today. Twenty five years ago today. I think that's an amazing story. Okay got a good male segment and then a final thought. That will definitely help your life right. That he's got a trailer of our interview with molly bloom. She ran infamous underground poker games. That were attended by allister's mobsters and eventually landed her in hot water with the fbi and used a lot of the tactics.

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"kennewick" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"kennewick" Discussed on AP News

"Of Richland, Kennewick and Pascoe. Serena Williams withdrew from her first round matchup Wimbledon the day after losing her footing and hurting her left leg and the first set of the match against 1/100, ranked Alexandra Sazanovich, Belarus. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News For the first time Major League Baseball is disciplining a pitcher for using grip enhancing foreign substances. Seattle Mariners pitcher Hector Santiago has been suspended for 10 games. He was ejected from a game Sunday. An umpire checked his glove in the fifth inning. He said he just killed some stuff sticky on the inside. I would love. Um so all I used was rising. I mean, I used on both sides, arms sweat, trying to keep that sweat from dripping down to the hands. Rosin is approved for you. Since Santiago says he understands the rules. I'm gonna use rise and that's what that's what we got. I don't want this to be a big thing turned out to be a big thing. Santiago is appealing the suspension under the crackdown that started last week. All pitchers are being checked by umpires during games for illicit grip enhancing substances. I'm Ed Donahue, Mike Rossi, a reporting the U. S. House of Representatives votes to ease the entry process for Afghan interpreters. The House of Representatives has passed legislation to make it easier for Afghans who worked for the American military or NATO to relocate to the United States. The legislation drew bipartisan support and past 3 66 46 as part of a combination of seven bills. It now goes to the Senate. Under the bill, former interpreters, drivers and others who supported the U. S military or NATO will no longer be required to get a medical examination in Afghanistan as part of the process to secure a special immigrant visa. Instead upon arrival in the U. S. They will have 30 days to get the exam. US. And NATO troops are withdrawing from Afghanistan. The last of Germany's troops withdrew on Tuesday Might cross CIA Washington It's Macy's July 4th cell with an extra.

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Ceremony formalizes tribal relationship with Kennewick

Native America Calling

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Ceremony formalizes tribal relationship with Kennewick

"The nez perce tribe reclaimed ownership of property from the united methodist church and a small ceremony thursday as emily swing reports. It's been more than one hundred and forty years since the tribe held rights to that land. Roughly forty people gathered for a small land. Transfer ceremony in will allow oregon nez perce tribal chairman shannon wheeler ended the deed to the property. The ceremony was broadcast live on facebook. This land and our people being forced off of this land and the tears of sorrow as we left today if you shed a tear. That's okay because they're tears of joy now and so are are tears of joy in our happiness today will also be felt by them are as esters in passed in eighteen. Fifty five nez perce chief. Joseph signed a treaty with the us government that granted millions of acres of land to the tribe but twenty years. Later the us army drove the nez perce from that same land. The nez perce are also known as the nemi. Pu people reverend karen hernandez is the district superintendent of the united methodist church in eastern idaho and southern oregon. She handed over keys to a now closed. Methodist church that sits on. What's now nez perce. Land and willa proved people in a gracious spirit of friendship are willing to meet us here as we take this small step toward justice. It blesses us knowing that land that methodists made good use of here but it was never rightfully ours. It is now most rightfully yours. This is the second land transfer from the united methodist church. Three years ago the tribe took ownership of one and a half acres along the lower river. Where the church held retreats for national native news. I'm emily swing

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Washington BLM Alliance files ethics complaints against lawmakers

News, Traffic and Weather

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Washington BLM Alliance files ethics complaints against lawmakers

"And South kits, APP. Three Republican state lawmakers face ethics complaints from black lives matter Almost Kelly Blier reports Washington's Black Lives matter alliance filed the complaint against the Republican lawmakers with the state legislative ethics Board. Claim their questioning of black people and people of color during recent public hearings was offensive. The Seattle Times reports. The BLM alliance says representatives Brad Clippard of Kennewick, Jenny Gramma, Spokane and Jim Walsh of Aberdeen made inappropriate comments when people of color were testifying about police accountability legislation in Olympia last month. They say the Republican lawmakers behavior violates the legislative code of conduct that expects lawmakers to treat people with respect and civility. Though many ethics complaints are filed, few result in action, the board has to investigate the

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"kennewick" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"kennewick" Discussed on KOMO

"Than 1.1 million people flew yesterday passengers at sea Tak told us they did what they could to stay healthy. Basically showered myself with sanitizer before and after getting on the flight. I did want to be a safest possible so I got my face shield haven't and 95 on my cough mask on top of that, so Definitely trying to take all precautions that I can yesterday alone. It's estimated that 27,000 people came and went through sea Tac Airport. Comeau News time 709. It has been 40 years since the state of Washington last elected a Republican for governor, and now comes an effort from east of the mountains to change how governors air elected more from Carlos Carleen Johnson evident. John Spellman was the last Republican to serve with the state's highest office. Since then, GOP candidates have failed to win the popular vote despite winning the majority of counties Republican representative Brad Clippard of Kennewick is proposing that governor's be elected with any electoral college system rather than the popular vote so that voters east of the mountains, he says, would have more of a say he tells the Everett Herald of the bill he will introduce there would be 147 gubernatorial electoral votes allocated among the state's 39 counties. Even the smallest counties would have at least one elector Governor Jay Inslee won a third term in November. Despite winning a majority of votes and only 12 counties. He won't just eight counties in 2012 when he was up against Republican Rob McKenna. Carleen Johnson, come Oh news. Happy to tell you that I'm missing toddler is back home safely this morning. Authorities have issued an amber Amber alert last night for three year old Maximus Woodward. They believe he was in danger after his father told police that the boy's mother and another man had taken him. Police said. According to a court order, the mother is not allowed to have contact with her son. Detectives found the boy safe in the black diamond area, and you'd have to be very sensitive or up to 41 this morning to have felt a mild earthquake. A magnitude 3.1 hit a few miles from multi Some people did report feeling a little shaking, but we don't have any reports of damage or injury. Commodities time. 7 10. Now let's get to the Beacon Plumbing sports desk. Jeff Pooja was in for Tom this morning as the 12 they're celebrating, They asked Greg. It's not just the 12. It feels great. Godly. We came out victorious in Man. What a hard fought battle that safety Jamal Adams after the Hawks, 20 to 9 victory over the Los Angeles Rams, which gave Seattle the NFC West crown, however, still plenty left to be determined Week. 17 is against the 40 Niners with that game and several others determining whom Seattle will play in the first round of the postseason. Other games the NFL yesterday the big Green Monster that is the Green Bay Packers wallop the Tennessee Titans.

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"kennewick" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"kennewick" Discussed on KOMO

"Along Tiger Mountain Approaching the summit, our next Cuomo traffic up 9 14 still to come. Another school district east of the mountains opted to delay the start of in person. Learning frustration mounts for parents on Carleen Johnson, but first the forecast from thorns on mostly sunny skies throughout the afternoon around here and highs, upper sixties lower seventies. More fog reformed overnight, So Saturday morning could be a bit murky up there. Then we get afternoon sun going once again for Saturday afternoons, Sundays look and try to get outside in the cup of the cinema turns on coming who's fought throughout 55 in every 52 in Tacoma and 58 degrees now in downtown Seattle, come on news time. 905 Puyol of school district is pausing plans to return to in person to classes. That means kindergarten and first grade students will not go back next week as scheduled. Second through sixth graders were supposed to return the following week. Those students will also continue with distance learning, special education and high need. Students will continue in person learning in small groups. Parents with Children in the Kennewick School district will now have to wait a bit longer to send their kids back to in person classes. The update from comas currently and Johnson, the Kennewick School board voted this week to push out a little further that returned to classrooms October 19th is now set. Have elementary students return and middle and high school students would return November 2nd. It's not a huge delay. But for some parents really struggling to juggle work and helping kids with remote learning. It is yet another setback. Harmony told keeper TV. Her daughter has a learning disability. She's very concerned about her falling further behind Not being at school, Jessica Lynn said She doesn't mind the delay more concerned about safety. Other people can't even open their shops all the way. The Maya even questioning sending our Children back to score. Several school districts have put the brakes on plans to reopen in recent weeks. Carleen.

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"kennewick" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"kennewick" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Go back to the phones here bill in Kennewick Washington did we lose bill no no I'm not I didn't hear you bill welcome to the Rush Limbaugh show welcome thank you very much two things really quick one bag of prayers and get those to rush and this idea is my wife's so we were talking last night when though but the stimulus bill and that will get twenty four hundred dollars and and we could use that but we don't need it but what we need is trump for another four years yes and some good conservative Republicans in the Senate and the house so what we decided to do is take the two checks we get one one will go strictly to trump for him but we can't this campaign and the other two some good conservative real conservative Republicans very nice yeah very nice I hope Nancy by whitewater I hope Nancy didn't hear your wife's idea because now Nancy is going to be targeting you not now you now you be targeted every everybody's going to get some extra billing Kennewick Washington he gets he gets up a coupon isn't it amazing isn't it amazing though bill how opportunistic the left has become even in the even in a time when people are dying they're dying by the thousands across the world and here's the left rallying for Planned Parenthood and other green new deal I don't do things are absurd a little bit absurd and trump's son was exactly right I mean hopefully this will expose them all people work I didn't want to drop on there and have a big big chart listing all the things that they wanna throw money out and I don't know if it is just hard to conceive well people like yourself and millions of others and thank you for calling bill are they're hip to what's going on and and that that is really what makes this exciting that's why this is such an exciting time if you look at what president trump has done since he's been in office and how he changed the entire dynamic of running for president he eliminated the need for the mainstream news media and I know I just triggered some people in the mainstream news media I would imagine don lemon is tearing up now he eliminated the need for that you don't you don't need it that's why the news media and don junior and I discussed this now they want to censor trump you just can't win with the left you can't no matter what you do if you're not around it's where's trump doesn't want to talk to people what's going on and then one two hours a day he takes random impromptu questions live N. E. he answers them clearly and coherently with the plan with this whole team there then the press says well I can't hear those anymore I mean how are we going to get a panel on CNN ripping trump a new one if he keeps making sense so let's talk a little bit about this stimulus package just to just to recap some of the big east obviously the testing all testing potential vaccines for covered nineteen will be covered at no cost payroll taxes allows.

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"kennewick" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"kennewick" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"In for America's anchorman I can Matthews and we'll go back to the phones here bill in Kennewick Washington did we lose bell no no I didn't hear you bill welcome to the Rush Limbaugh show welcome thank you very much two things really quick one but the prayers and did those to rush and this idea is my wife's so we were talking last night when though but the stimulus bill and that will get twenty four hundred dollars and then they could use it but we don't need it but what we need is comfort another four years yes and some good conservative Republicans in the Senate the house the what we decide to do is take the project repeat one one will go strictly to trump for his we can't manage campaigns and the other two some good conservative real conservative Republicans very nice yeah very nice I hope Nancy bye bye I hope Nancy didn't hear your wife's idea because now Nancy is going to be targeting you now you may be targeted every everybody's gonna get some it's a bill in Kennewick Washington he gets he gets a coupon amazing isn't it amazing though bill how opportunistic the left has become even in the even in a time when people are dying they're dying by the thousands across the world and here's the left rallying for Planned Parenthood and other green new deal I don't think you're absurd a little bit of certain and trump's son was exactly right I mean hopefully this will expose them or people I want to drop on there and have the chart listing all the things that they wanna throw money out and but I don't know but it's it's just hard to conceive well people like yourself and millions of others and thank you for calling bill are they're hip to what's going on and and that that is really what makes this exciting that's why this is such an exciting time if you look at what president trump has done since he's been in office and how he changed the entire dynamic of running for president he eliminated the need for the mainstream news media and I know I just triggered some people in the mainstream news media I would imagine don lemon is tearing up now he eliminated the need for that you don't you don't need it that's why the news media and don junior and I discussed this now they want to censor trump you just can't win with the left you can't no matter what you do if you're not around it's where's trump doesn't want to talk to people what's going on and then one two hours a day he takes random impromptu questions live and he he answers them clearly and coherently with the plan with this whole team there then the press says well I can't hear those anymore I mean how we gonna get a panel on CNN ripping trump a new one if he keeps making sense so let's talk a little bit about the sustenance package yes Sir yes to recap some of the big east obviously the testing all testing potential vaccines recovered nineteen will be covered at no cost payroll taxes allows individuals.

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"kennewick" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

10:48 min | 3 years ago

"kennewick" Discussed on KGO 810

"Leo lying to Alan Kennewick Washington hello Alan good morning I recently purchased a a docking station for but a hard drives so I can pull some information off of the computer a lot older computer hard drive okay then when I got it it was it's made in China I am I was wondering if what's the possibility is there some kind of program where you all getting paranoid now are we the truth I don't blame you so first of all everything's made in China right I mean yes your iPhone's main China your your laptops are almost certainly made in China lesser from Sam sung which case are made South Korea China is the is the factory to the world out obviously U. S. government wants to change that they've put out extremely high tariffs first round of which took effect last month the next round takes effect in December and that's gonna make the cost of goods in China go sky high so that may change but there is there and there is also the government is also warned and I think quite reasonably about companies like while way witcher why always owned by former Chinese military guy no one really knows who owns it while asus workers owner that's who owns it but even if they weren't owned by the Chinese government there in China they kind of have to follow the rules of the Chinese government so you know it's a good question as legitimate question it's not likely because you have to think about the threat what we call the threat model if you are are you a diplomat a secret agent no all right the drill truths about all of this is there's two kinds of attacks there's targeted attacks and there's widespread attacks the ransomware attacks that you hear about where everybody gets an email it says click this link those are widespread attacks there are ran somewhere attacks that are targeted at at companies that's that explains why you might have heard that a whole bunch of Florida cities were attacked why all Florida cities will somebody was clearly attacking them specifically widespread attacks are easy to defend against that's the that's the threat model that you know when I talk about keeping yourself safe I'm almost always talking about that you know don't open attachments don't click links be careful you know what software you download install that's all to defend against viruses malware widespread attacks if you are however if your Edward Snowden or a diplomat or a spy for a big company then you are possibly the subject of targeted tax those are much more difficult to defend against him nobody's gonna put firmware in that drive case trying to attack a million people who buy it you will what would even do with the data on the other hand if you were a diplomat I might make sure that when you got that in the mail we intercepted it put a little chip in there and send it on and that happens all the time as a cold supply chain hacks they don't need to get the manufacturer to put it in they put in on route and that happens all the time they're also a distinctive attacks against individuals iPhones and android phones when you read about those you might say all ma'am I phones not secure will it is unless your the target that's why they don't let the president use a regular phone right he he has a special phone that's been equipped by the NSA to be more wrote me a more secure so I don't think unless you're the target I don't think you have to worry it's a reasonable question completely the main reason is reason was because if you are the target there's not much you can do about it you have to really change how you think about everything I remember Kevin resorted great article in which he asked a couple of hackers to hack and they did successfully even though he knew was coming and yes the security guy the guy said well when you walk down the street you don't expect to be attacked by ninjas but if if you happen to be the you know the target of ninjas there's not a lot you can do about it but you don't have but that's me we have to all defend against being attacked by inches you know yes you're vulnerable we are all vulnerable but and I don't think I think you're okay so it is it possible absolutely and is by the way is why you should not for instance use a USB key you find on the street it's really easy to modify the firmware on these devices on any device to put spy ware on your machine to put a keystroke loggers you're always be careful if using a computer at the hotel at the business office or library public computer you gotta always be careful because there's no way to know there's not a keystroke logger in the core this tension the key board to the computer back that's a common vulnerability when we go to the gas station we swipe your card you know you gotta be careful that's really easy to put a little swipe or in their these things are all done easily unfortunately but I wouldn't worry about it unless I won unless your a your spy I spy he wouldn't admit it if you were is there is there any chance now there's no way to know because you don't know what you're looking for okay well I'll tell you there is a way a little bit okay so yeah they could put some in there but they've got it is useless them unless they get out right so if it were a mass attack he would have to have a radio and right or some way to connect to the internet to exfiltrate this stuff now what they actually actually come to think about what they could do be easy to do modify the firmware so when you plug that thing in you plug in via USB wakes up because good installed on the computer now your computer is the radios **** talking in the real world and in doing whatever they want to do that is possible but you would see it in activity coming out of your computer so people really want to be secure like if you are a spy you see this in the movies all the time they scanned the room you know looking for bugs yeah that works because they're looking for transmitters you use you make sure you could watch the traffic coming out a machine make sure that everything's coming out is known back users there's a program you can use it'll do this called little snitch he watches out bound traffic and says did you mean this is annoying because everything you do on the computer phones home so you got to constantly go yeah yeah that's okay yeah no no that's not okay on the PC there are firewalls do something similar they watch out bound traffic and block stuff but honestly what's your Allen Dulles I think you're okay okay I appreciate pale as a great it's a really good question I think this problem with talking about security as we do all the time is it's scary or worse I don't mean to scare you you're not the target most the time which you have to defend against his massive tax not targeted attacks much more difficult to defend against architects the reason I say don't pick up a U. S. B. can use it is that's a common mass attack well it's a maybe not a mass attack is obviously the hacker has to go to your company's parking lots these around but let's say I wanted to get into the servers of a company let's say Mister robot no one heck this company one good way to do it they call it a candy drop would be sprinkle a few you know valuable looking U. S. B. keys around and chances are real good one employee will gonna look under twenty eight gig key it's free I'm gonna use of plugging it was computer and it's it is a easy thing to do to make a U. S. any USB device that drive thing or your USP he assumes this is inserted go okay and get on your machine put spy ware on your machine and that's how you know if you run a company you should be worried about this absolutely and if you don't if you're not sophisticated about this stuff for you don't feel like you can really put it you should hire somebody who is everybody needs a ago IT professional who has good training in security who can lock this stuff down we have a really good guy I know my podcast company and my radio studio all that are targets because were public people know about it they'd love to get in here so I know that we're at target which were tax all the time but I have a really good IT guy who does a lot of stuff which I won't tell you to protect us and knock on wood nobody in our front office no nobody at our business office has been hit they didn't get any email see what you would do be easy to do email from Leo laporte the tech guy hi accountant I was here name along give it away hi Sally I've been looking for my taxes from last year can you just send them to me I need to I need them for a loan application Sally says well it's from the boss maybe that maybe just look at the return address she is I am yeah let me just let me just test this taxes with my social security number my home address all my income if they just attach those and send them right out this is not me what if somebody posing as me you know how easy that is to do but in order to do that you'd have to know my name you have no Sally's name you have to know exactly what the email address you have to know somebody that's it's it's it's it's we call spearfishing it's a targeted attack those are much harder defend against much harder eighty eight eighty eight ask Leo that's a great question I love talking about this stuff and I don't want to scare everybody I we need to talk about security but I don't mean to save.

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"kennewick" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"kennewick" Discussed on KOMO

"In Kennewick teachers are going on strike today they're still negotiating a new contract that means the start of the school year there will be delayed the teachers say their counterparts in nearby districts make more money also east of the cascades several new billboards around the Spokane area are asking people to think twice before vaccinating their children almost Carly Johnson reports a nonprofit called informed a choice Washington paid for those billboards say don't deny the fact vaccines are commonly used to prevent disease but they argue vaccines do pose a risk to some people and that exemptions are a fundamental right earlier this year in Olympia during the legislative session there was intense debate Margaret tweed told of a six year old Washington state boys she knew who died after receiving a series of vaccinations including the MMR he died thirty days after the vaccination in the hospital from encephalitis and meningitis two of the listed risks of the MMR vaccine KXLY reports data from the Washington state health department shows about eight percent of students in Spokane county have some sort of exemption both Spokane and Seattle listed in the top ten cities in the nation for having high rates of unvaccinated kids Carlene Johnson come on news the demolition of the Alaskan way viaduct continues to make progress and now there are only a couple of sections still standing in Seattle department of transportation's as construction to transform the waterfront will begin in January the entire waterfront project is expected to be completed by twenty twenty three there's a new pitch to build light rail along Seattle's Aurora corridor group sales subway is calling for a ballot measure in twenty twenty four a sound transit for the group says more than thirty thousand people already use buses along a role right each day waving those writers who use light rail if it was available that's Kamel's rain yum a motel here's what's coming up after we check traffic.

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"kennewick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"kennewick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Genesis diamonds in Kennewick tri state priest accused of raping a ten year old altar boy heads to court today the attorney for father Jeff through tells WLWT his client will plead not guilty he says a true doesn't even know his accuser archdiocese of Cincinnati says it was stunned by the indictment spokesman Mike Schafer says all their complaints about the preset appropriate behavior around kids it was nothing never rose to the level of sex abuse the for tells inquire the archdiocese of receive no complaints about drew back at the time the alleged rape took place it was before he was a priest when he works for the archdiocese is a music minister at Saint Jude's church in Bridgetown while casino control commission meets today with the sale of Jack casino downtown as one of the items on the agenda hard rock wants to buy the property commission also is expected to set rules today for gambling on fantasy sports in the state and remain legal as long as people set their own line ups and don't auto draft teams on FanDuel draftkings when a legal sports betting becoming to Ohio the state legislature is considering the issue but work will not be finished in time to bet on the upcoming NFL season looks like we'll be in time to make the the brown for the Superbowl this year but you know it's possible we could be there for the caps in the NBA finals you know god willing in in in June state rep Dave Greenspan Indiana will have legalized sports betting next month it's been approved for casinos in racy nose in the state Hollywood in Lawrenceburg is one of the spots planning to take bets on the NFL in the first week of the season starts on September fifth radio.

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"kennewick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:33 min | 3 years ago

"kennewick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"You as rain falls here in Kennewick why I'll tell you why because I realize no August seventeenth where so many kids have already gone back to school so many others if not all of them pretty much start this coming week I have friends who were educators friends who have children hell I've been told that I act like a child from time to time but I'm through with school at least for the moment I haven't really done half of the summer stuff I'd like to get done it is tough to do whether it's go to Miami white water and to enjoy some algae water try to keep the dog away from it whether it's heading down to great American ball park been there done that going to be back you got the month the Marty straight away come September which is nice hopefully reg gonna finish up this weekend series with better than a split but the they got to win at least one more do they guarantee the split you eat healthy to make up some games in this is the thanks or that they're hanging just close enough and an L. central division that so frankly week the worry hold out hope I will do the inside pitch letter only go under that right about now so that is I talk about summer what I'm wondering is this what have you not done that is a must do here in the tri state or jetting out of town to go somewhere else before summer is over what is on your summer bucket list I know people normally a bucket list like before he kicked the bucket before your time is come to say goodbye to terra firma as we know it the living breathing walking whatever is that you're doing I ask you now what have you not done that you want to do before this summer ends is we live and breathe in twenty nineteen the phone number let let's open up the phones only I think we should know the acute hearing centers dot com hotline is open Mario's keeping me in line the screen some calls get your lined up and ready to go you can also get interactive on Twitter at sterling ready all the phone number maybe you don't know five one three seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred the big one that's eight hundred eight four three twenty four forty one pound seven hundred on eighteen anti your chance to get interactive is now I figure we can have a little fun looks like the sun is starting to creep out a little bit as this rain Wayne's here around the Kenwood Towne center where we sit a just a long seventy one so there's probably rainbow out there someplace don't get too distracted don't run into Mario like you had to deal with somebody running and in the last week or so be careful ten into hands free on the phone when I think summer I think what I think king's island yes I've not been so that's one of the things on my list I wanna get to kings island before summer is over now I have no idea in people of corrected me multiple times in in here's the problem I don't know it's because I've gotten older I don't know if it's because I've had a blunt head trauma but I I don't remember what the Dino cone is called now but back in the day when it was you have a dabba doo lander Hanna Barbera land or whatever it was at the kings island they had the soft serve ice cream treat delight whatever it is it's sort of a purplish who issue or whatever else the a and I did that's always a must have and they pile it on I mean it is in the super size soft serve ice cream treat I I'm telling you it is one of the best things on planet earth maybe you go there you get yourself a nice coffee maybe maybe an adult beverage depending you walk around you ride some rides thank the largest coaster in the US to still operating as the beast and of course they got a new thing that now that they're teasing us with for twenty twenty that is coming in and the the name of the new thing escapes me but that's not the point of this so I want to get the kings line I I'd like to get your mind the white water they scare me now with the allergies situation but that's always like a nice trip to go you whether to play some golf the plane the water a little bit to have a good time whatever it is I think about some other stuff well other been some Riverbend shows was up at the the rose music center not long ago nice place for like the PNC pavilion sees about thirty five hundred forty five hundred somewhere in there smaller version of Riverbend so that there are some shows to get to I I think of other stuff lots of festivals lots of other stuff going on to be river fest going on like family reunion this weekend maybe something to check out down so your point that area right so what is on your list when you think summer in the tri state when you think if I haven't done this ain't summer because it's fast approaching time seems to be flying by like Steve Miller's says it it just keeps slipping into the future what is it that is a must do your bucket list summer kind of thing maybe is to go to the airforce museum maybe it's for the museum center newly redesigned re fixed up and everything that goes along with it what is it that you need to do what is it that you want to do maybe it is it's about the the kids and what you need to do with them if it hasn't already been done maybe you're just thrilled that summer's over and you can get those little people back into school so you don't have to worry about what they're doing and where they are and what's going on and they can kill it continue to get the education that they need to hopefully take care of us as we get to the agents state of our lives and they move on to be productive members of society did I get too serious maybe just a little bit what else is there that I I we just talk about going to Vegas I I I think that that is usually a summer excursion for me also and I have not been this year and it's the it's also a ridiculous time to go in the summer because it's basically like going to the surface of the sun but the beauty of it is they have air conditioning I don't know what they did back in the old days I think they just stroked out in I got heat exhaustion died but sizzle air conditioning is is a wonderful thing five one three seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred the big one pound seven hundred eighteen T. I want to know your summer bucket list before it's all said and done and over in those fireworks go boom down along the river because that's really want one I think the end of summer I think western southern WEBN fireworks that I think okay now I got it I got to get the long pants on I got to start thinking about pads for my bald head I got to start thinking about it I do I have the code that I need to is a bit to the cleaners is that extra twenty that I always seem to find one of my jackets is there may be new tires for your vehicle no no I realize those are maintenance issues those are out like good time fun the end of summer kind activities but those things and I love it when I put the coat on but you know you go into the closet you know I mean I don't want this in awhile yeah it's been clear to get to the point a whole there's an extra twenty Bucks in there it's a bonus that's a good thing but that's maintenance what about fun what is the end of summer you got to get it done before it's all said and done for you your chance to get interactive on the other side quick break welcome to it it is a beautiful though wet one at least here in Montgomery still chances in pop up showers and stuff the full forecast straight away in lots to do your Saturday sterling glad you're listening to the nation station seven hundred W. 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"kennewick" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"kennewick" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That's an interesting point. Because I mean, I was depressed guy once and I probably would have said the same thing as your press guy. But ultimately, if this is the right thing to do something we shouldn't use tax dollars, right at absolute. But I think in I tell people all the time that charity is injustice by think philanthropy is very useful in testing and catalyzing allowing us a steady before we use public dollars. So before we use public. Let's see if it works. And if it's works is a case be made that maybe we should look at this apply for state, nation, etc. It's really, you know. Whenever we have Senator or governor of one of the seven hundred Democrats running for president on positive America. We always ask them. This question about globalization and automation growing income inequality of like, what is the big idea? Right. Like, what is like what is it that we can actually do to actually address this right up until very recently? No, one has been willing to say the words, universal basic income. That's an answer. Right. And there are a couple of reasons for that is there's political fear. Right. But there's also this idea that you mentioned this. I think we're gonna get on a little bit. Is that like in the? Wrongly in my view per se, but in the American imagination. There is a work is a reason for being right at the dignity of work. And like because like you like you somehow it's not just the money you make. It's the experience of working that makes you fulfills yourself. Right. That's the in the sort of distorted vision of America, we've had long we thought that like how do you go about making the case for this? When you have to go against like, what has been core to the the story, America's total suffer a long journey to my assumptions in the first one is that it's crazy. We have a term for it's called the working poor that a lot of poor people are working working incredibly hard longer. They've have to before that poor folks who don't work are because their children, we have child labor law because the majority of folks who are in poverty in this country. I children or a number two. They can't work. Right. And then number three, I think into your point. We as a country, we should grapple with this notion that I work has value work has married, but how do we define work? The stay at home. Mom, who's taking care of kids or watching her mom, and she's not paid. But is that work is that not dignified folks are in school and taking twenty two twenty three units in Kennewick work is that not dignify. And how was that rewarded in terms of compensation, then number three? I think work can have dignity dignity start there. We should start the conversation with as people we have inherent.

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