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"kfor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Head lice in humans. It's also occasionally and now famously used as a horse, de Wormer. And for some on the anti vaccination right. It's been heralded as a treatment for and possible preventer of Covid 19 ivermectin, which can and Israel and the world used to treat and prevent the spread of the coronavirus is not some Crackpot fish tank cleaner. It's a real drug that's led to a rush and a cottage industry. Google by ivermectin, and you'll be fast tracked to a slew of fee for prescription services at $90, an upward to pop Meanwhile, the Facebook groups were ivermectin users meet to trade tips and tricks for obtaining and using ivermectin have become a breeding ground for a particular way to get your hands on the drug. Here in Texas farm stores are selling out of high dose ivermectin intended only for animals and some animal feed storage in the Bay Area have seen people coming in to buy animal Ivor Mactan products for human use. It's all been delicious fodder for mocking memes. Meanwhile, these poor horses are like Hey, I have words. I need that stuff. There are worms in my But do you understand? The FDA even got in on it. Tweeting. You are not a horse. You are not a cow. Seriously, y'all stop it. And then came a report this past weekend from KFOR, TV, Central Oklahoma NBC affiliate So backed up that gunshot victims were having hard times getting to facilities where they could get definitive care being treated. Dr Jason.
"kfor" Discussed on The World and Everything In It
"Store in norman oklahoma just from working here for about a month and a half. I've noticed that there are a lot of weird things that have been donated and she told. Kfor new she recently found a really weird thing among the donations to sweaters wrapped together around what she thought were books. But that wasn't exactly what she found. Stacks of just envelopes and it just contained one hundred dollar bills. My first thought was it's fake but on second thought they weren't fake. Know hundred dollar bills. Were very real and there were four hundred and twenty of them to be precise so quick. Math here forty two thousand dollars in cash now. Being a human lessing said sure. It was a temptation not to say anything but she did the right thing. She brought it to the attention of a manager. They were able to track down the person who unwittingly donated the cash so the rightful owners of all of that money decided that they should reward lessons for her honesty. Goodwill's vice president of donated goods. Frank holland presented that reward. They asked us. If we we give you one thousand dollars. They came out of that money and give that back to. You sounds like she really needed. That fell an emotional andrea. Lessing saying that she had planned to spend much of that money on birthday presence for her six year old a story of goodwill in.
"kfor" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"I'm not saying that this is guaranteed. And my Nebraska folk on KFOR are going to yell at me or love me and one of the other think I'm writing a Braun. I'm saying. That that's going to happen that four of the five electoral votes are going to go to Donald Trump, and one is going to go to Joe Biden. Now. This leaves some other places first. Texas is in fine hands. Trump will in Texas. Those 38 electoral votes. Push Tito Flip Texas has been going on for forever and a day. And not everybody who's moved to Texas from California is as for cocktail crazy is the people from California. But they've been trying to make this place Go blue. For a long time. This playbook has been in effect for more than a decade. It's not gonna work this election. Texas is going for Trump. This brings us to Arizona and Nevada. I am splitting the baby. When I split the baby. Arizona goes for Trump. Nevada goes for Biden. Which leaves us Four states in question. Yes, I already have North Carolina in Trump's camp. Yes, I already have Georgia in Trump's camp Now those if those flipped I'd be like holy cow. That would be amazing. That would be frightening. Republicans would have to rethink everything they lose. Georgia, North Carolina I believe everything comes down to the final four. Comes down to the Great Lakes comes down to the rust Belt. Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania. If you take a look at some maps You will see. That there are people on the political right who believe Donald Trump will take all four. Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania. I am not one of those people. I think things are winnable. I believe Wisconsin is winnable for Donald Trump. The spread in Michigan is getting tighter by the seconds. Michigan is winnable. But I said, I'm going to take this moment. To be very, very conservative and cautious. And I'm going to say to myself. Donald Trump on Lee wins one of these four And he wins Pennsylvania. I believe Trump loses Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan for the sake of my map. And when I am done I have trumpet 278 electoral votes and buying a 260 for some people, their madam e eyes too close. You're being ridiculous. Trumps just gonna white Mt. You won't upset me if it happens. I'm just going by a very realistic look. Now It's funny. Somebody shared with me that this was after I put my map state of what it was CBS. CBS sees a Republican resurgence. And they have a 2 79 to 59. For Trump. The second district in Nebraska. They have going for Trump, not for Joe Biden. That's the only difference in our maps. So I mean, someone Someone could tell me if they think the second district where it's gonna go. You You could convince me of that right now. But I found it very interesting that that they were there. What I find very interesting is you're already starting to see the people play the C Y a game. And see Wise, of course, stands for cover Your Ari. It stands for They're already seeing that everything they put into mail in voting. May have been a mistake. Every push they have made may not have done it. It turns out that Joe Biden may not be The right candidate for the right time may be the oldest white ist most moderate, even though he's not a moderate candidate in the field. Wasn't the guy for this party? Maybe we'll find out the progressives actually didn't turn out to vote. I've been saying that for forever. Aggressive. Don't vote for a moderate Someone asked me, Tony will. Progress is up for this moderate. My answer was he has done so much to give up so much to Bernie Sanders. Anacostia Cortez that maybe it, Mal if eyes I think it mal. If eyes We'll find out We will find out Maybe there's no enthusiasm for Joe Biden. At all. And in anyway, so you've got CBS coming out with this. You have people questioning the Democrats, You know, voter turnout efforts with Latinos. All of a sudden you're starting to see the questions all the Sardinian sudden you're starting to see the cover. Jonathan Karl, speaking so kindly About Trump. About the hard work he's doing. Let's go back to Florida. CNN's Alyson Camerata. Discussing the fear of Democrats. Miami Dade County in Florida. So what I think the numbers are showing is that many more Republicans have already gone in person to vote in early voting than Democrats and Congressman Frederica Wilson of the district is trying to sound the alarm. She talked to politico and said that what she's seeing is very concerning for her, she has said. According to you, I screamed, hollered. I called. I lob it from the top to the bottom, Wilson said of her efforts to get the turnout operation started in the community, including sending written proposals to the Biden campaign and having virtual zoom meetings with his advisers. She is worried Because what she's saying, she says, in terms of the black community and Hispanic, It's not going buttons with Yeah, that's a sound the alarm kind of moment. Hispanic and black voters not voting for Joe Biden in Florida. Can I ask Is that the same as in Michigan? There are Hispanic and black voters in Michigan. Is that the same as in Arizona? Is that the same as in Minnesota? Does this sound like people? Who feel like it's all going their way. Hi. I'm asking you I think I had to wait. I wanted to see if what was going to happen happened. What we called would happen happens the thing to wait for the thing to look for, and that's things tightening up, and they have And we know the stories that Democrats were relying on a certain amount of early voting, and it didn't come in multiple states. They didn't get the numbers in terms of those who are registered as Democrats who were mail in voting in early voting. So now they have to rely on them showing up at the polls tomorrow. That's what they have to do. Their plan didn't work. It seems And now They've only got this One day Destiny never ending road to Calvary Thes men who seem to know my crime will surely come a second time one day more one more day.
"kfor" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Thing on Google trends. Google trends. What are people looking at what our people reading about? What are they? What are they? What are they searching? Well, one of things we're discussing here is you know when we take a look at this election, how's it going to go? We're taking a look at things like voter registration, and we saw that in Pennsylvania. We have 56 counties that are kind of linchpin counties. I would say five of the six because they brought up Bucks County, Pennsylvania. That's like the eastern part of Pennsylvania. There where Porter's New Jersey North Philadelphia, I can't imagine Bucks County going For Donald Trump. I just can't I grew up in New Jersey. I spent a nice amount of time in Bucks County Beautiful place. But it showed that the registrations the new voter registrations We're higher for Republicans and Democrats. Not that the total amount Of voters were more Republicans and Democrats, but that the new registration were more Republicans. This is true in like five other counties like In one county, the Republicans, Republicans got 1500 voters and the Democrats got 15 15. Okay, It's interesting, and I have a whole theory about voter turnout. That watching President Trump of Corona virus and specifically the hate The hate There. I think has made a lot of people say I can't vote for these people on the left there. They want people to die there really wishing for people to die. And I can't have that and I think it's going to increase voter turnout. And I saw this thing about Pennsylvania. Like all right, That's Well, that's earlier than getting Corona virus. The reaction of political left and not everyone in the political life. Some people were smart about it. Wish the president the best. That's the right thing to do decent thing to do. Right? So okay. Maybe this thing's happening earlier and then This story. Which is again from late last week, and I missed it. Google trends. Shows that Americans have been looking and searching for how to vote Republican as opposed to how to vote Democrat It's a trend that's been going on, according to the article, which is over at the blaze. For a year. Since early October, 2019 Americans on average have been about two thirds more likely to search how to vote Republican then how to vote Democrat The search favors Republicans by about 18%. What do I do? With that. Information. What What do I do with that information? What does that mean? Because searching for something doesn't mean that it's going to happen. But what a thing to search. I gotta tell you. I've never searched in my life. How to vote Republican. You produce. Are you ever you ever starts that? No, but that seems like something an older person would search. You think because it's like, I don't know how the Internet works like, How do you know? How do I do a word document? How do I get like that? Seems like an older person like doesn't know how things work like, How do I go on the Twitter? That's that's kind of what I got out of it. You see, I I looked at that and said, Are they were they trying to look up Republican candidates? Was that because nothing is a bit odd, and maybe Maybe it is indeed. Ah, bit older. Maybe maybe you're right about that. But it's it's Also, while I'm not a sure exactly what they were going for, let's take it the other way. Maybe I should take it the other way. Isn't it rather specific? Maybe instead of like, maybe they wrote it wrong. How about the fact that they wrote in Perfectly. Maybe they wrote it with total clarity. And there are 10 states here. Where this is happening with the most amount of spread. In Idaho, 100% to none. Republicans over Democrats. New Mexico, 100% to none. Republicans over Democrats This is a percentage of searches. Mississippi, 100% to none. Well, I have no doubt that Republicans gonna win Mississippi and I know that Republicans will win. Eido, New Mexico. I think that's four electoral votes in New Mexico, Maybe three. But in a race like this every three votes matter. Alabama had about Republicans 72 28. Number five is Minnesota. That's where I sit down and say, Okay, what does this mean? And it could mean nothing. But it's how to vote Republican over how to vote. Democrat 70% of the searches were how to vote for a Republican. Louisiana 69% How to vote for Republican 31% Democrat Kentucky 65 35. Which I found weird in the other way. Right. Washington State 62 38% Republicans over Democrats How to vote Republican Kansas was 60 40. That's interesting. The one that I cannot do the math on Is number 10 and that's Nebraska. The search is how to vote. Republican 60% how to vote Democrat 40%. I absolutely don't know what it means. I I find that number. Fascinating. Because I think people have a view of Nebraska as as Midwest. I have a view of of you know, Nebraska as this, you know. Family values and and clearly Republican, but not always true. Some curious of for my Huskers listening to us and KFOR. The mighty the fantastic The extra special That's terrific. The joyous The very sexy KFOR radio. You tell me 833 got Tony 8334688669. Are you seeing Hey. A split in people. About where they might be voting and going this election season. Are these types of things where a trend will show Google 10 show more people searching how to vote Republican, then had a vote Democrat Do we think there's some efficacy too? That you can let me know? On Twitter? At Tony Katz, Teo and why K A T Z. Now. Back to the debate. There are a couple of things to get to that I thought were very, very important. And one of those things. It was about Amy Cockney Barrett. Who, of course, is the nominee. To the Supreme Court. Thank you. If I may say that Rose Garden of them great.
"kfor" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"I just know that I don't anticipate Nebraska telling no Sorry. There's no fans. Nebraska will move forward and trying to have us many fans as being saved by health officials. Now let's go in the other direction. The big one. What is the damage that the big 10 just did to itself? I mean, they said that was going to be no games. This wasn't gonna happen. They were the first to this. They were. They had no reason to be first to it. It's like they wanted to be the anger, the big 10 the punches they have taken in the face. What is the future of the big 10 and it will this cause anybody to say like Nebraska had discussed? Hey, maybe there's another place for us another another conference for us. You don't think the branch Live actively are openly looking. They just wanted to be able to play. And if that meant outside of the big 10, then they wanted to get games in. They felt like Nebraska felt like they could. Conduct themselves mature Lee and safely in play football. The big can can can put out a fire here really easy by Ohio State running the table, beating Clemson or Alabama Whoever's in the college football playoff in Winter National championship. You can just flip it around, okay after further considered consideration. We reverse course and listen to our student athletes. Our coaches are medical professionals and said, OK, we were who soon we're sorry. Like now. Kevin Warne is a rookie commissioner following a legend and Jim Delaney and he has earned the reputation right now is the biggest liability as the power five commissioners. He's inexperienced when it comes to navigating different layers of leadership that was exposed clearly and Jim, the lady would go in and say, This is what we're going to Dio. Everyone's going to make a lot of money, Everyone kind of not at their head, even if you Didn't agree. You respected Jim DeLay. He paid you athletically and academically Commissioner Warren walk in and said, What do you guys think we should deal on? That's just a different style of leadership. And it's a political situation clearly where warns, gotta please the chancellor's presidents, but he's also got a you know, be able to listen to you with an athletic directors and coaches and bring everybody together. He did not do that. And it's a monster. Mr. You've at least reverse course. Instead of digging in and you're no longer on the sideline, it won't be for gotten it could be forgiven based on how a wild state performs this season. Chris Schmidt from ESPN, Lincoln and also KFOR radio care Far now find him on Twitter at Schmidt with one T. That's a DT underscore radio. Underscore radio find him follow. Do the whole thing's Chris. Always a pleasure, man. I appreciate you taking the time to be with us. The cancelled culture continues to find things to cancel. Next.
9-year-old boy receives thousands of adoption inquiries after emotional plea
"Year old boy in Oklahoma, who's been in foster care for six years, has now had thousands of adoption offers after he appear on the news and said, quote He just liked to have a family. Jordan, who's been in the foster care system for six years, told the new station KFOR that he's desperate for a permanent home after his biological younger brother Grayson was adopted. So here's a clip from the original story that ran last week on Oklahoma News for it's no secret A family would be a dream come true. Jordan lives at a group home now, but would love a sense of normalcy in the unconditional love of a parent. Call Mom and dad or this Mom or his dad. I don't like a family to eat Mac and cheese together, right bikes together. And most of all, the resizing 40 is because I'm so I could have Like some people to talk to you Any time I need to a child just looking for his place to call home that man, we're so he has a biological brother, who was adopted your younger brother, younger and younger Kids get adopted quicker. But 5000 people have submitted now to adopt him into 12 hours since that segment area, So here's the thing and then I hope you don't think this is weird for me to say this if we take if we because again, this kid is getting noticed because he's been put on the news. What if local stations like they do the animal adoptions? Did kid adoptions and said, Here's this kid and they come to a little spot with a kid like this and the people could see it. He's obviously people being exposed and seeing that makes them feel and then you do things based on how you feel. I think if we just went And took our kids and I hate the animal comparison. But people do these adopted dog stuff all the time. Why would you not do adopt a kid? Here's the thing that I want to warn against someone being moved emotionally by something they see on the news and then acting on it and that he can probably Agree with me on this. Maybe this is more than just taking on like a You're not you're not adopting a dog or a cat, and then it's there's so much that goes into this and you got to really be in it for the long haul, And you have to know, even especially adopting an older kid. There's so many challenges you're going to face and you have to be up for it. My point is, though, maybe it gets people thinking about adoption. And then they go through the whole process when they see that I'm not saying you see this. Can you go get the kid But I'm saying what if you're sitting there? You're married. And either you can't have kids. You just want to get back like, hey, we should start evaluating if we want to adopt or not. Yeah, like this. I have conversation, putting kids and their stories out. Make people at least start to think about it. I don't think anyone should see it and go. I'm gonna get it tonight. But my point is, it starts to introduce you to the culture and then you start to learn. And then if you do learn and you are emotionally mentally ready to go, then you do it. Unless you're ever exposed to the idea. You never have the idea. It doesn't marry an adoption. Anything else? Yeah. No, I agree. But on TV some sort of exposure would be good to show people. But I just know after those thousands of calls, I guarantee you A lot of them. They're not ready. But what if two are my 20.1 of 5000 come in, and they're able to weed out 4998. And there really are two and two That would have never seen it. Had it not been for this kid doing the news. Amazing and of the Thousands. That may not be ready. It doesn't mean in a year from now or a few months from now, they might be ready, but yeah, I'm with you there. Yeah, Exposure to that would be amazing because they're so many foster kids. And kids that need adoption. It's crazy, Eddie. How do you feel? You have to foster kids right now. What's that Make you feel down man that breaks my heart? It really does. It's a great story, but you're both right to. You know, Amy's right about a lot of parents not being ready. You're right about about getting the word out. And that's why I like talking about it on air to because maybe it gives somebody kind of an idea whenever I talk about my journey. Of being a posture of foster parents, So hopefully we're doing the right thing here, too. But you're right. TV stations need to get this thing on on air. For sure. I mean, every month put a new kid out there. That's awesome. Let people see. Hey, this kid needs a home And then there may be one or two people that have been going to the process. They're like we're ready that can actually get that kid and exposure for anything that needs help. It's all about exposure. People don't know a lot of times that they can help until you show them what's happening and how you could get them involved. No other The story was pretty crazy. And by the way, he has two foster kids, two kids of his own. Amy's adopted two Children, too.
"kfor" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Ahead and ordered some evacuations for the area North and west of turning ridge in this part of the Mount Hope. Now, as you can see, this fire has produced a massive amount of smoking as the sun set this evening. It is going to be a very smoky night. And so, Cal. In fact, a lot of the smoke is actually coming from that Lake Hughes fire that is drifting in this direction. You could buy that with the ranch fire on the firing. Verona on it is ah beautiful sight as the sun goes down, but a very unhealthy air quality across the county reporting live from their seven HD. I'm Chris Christie, ABC seven news. Very, very, very unhealthy Air. And you'll want to get your purifier out there and you commit a fire. And I know you know, we sound like we're preaching it all the time by. It's true. And then last night, I even think about this. Last night. We had a terrific nurse from Ventura on DH. She she's involved with their emergency center up there in Ventura, and she said, if you've had Cove, it You have to be especially careful. With breathing and smoke your lungs air compromised as Gina correctly identifying and you can be in pretty bad shape. If you have these, you know these lungs. They have already been worked and worked and worked on and they're not at their capacity. They're not what they used to be. And then when you mix the combination Of the smoke, and these particular it's getting to your lungs down 2.2 microns. It can cause permanent damage. So it's not nothingto laughing. Nothing say Oh, you not smoke. We breathe all the time where I work, it's much dirty of that. It's it's. It's really not a joke. You've got to really make sure you protect your lungs from the smoke. And there's a lot of KFOR listeners right now. If you go outside, you can smell smoke right now. And if you can smell it, it's in your lungs. It's in your eyes and you got you gotta do everything you can to protect yourself. Now I rely upon careful I'm so we come back Wendy Burch could be was. She's a terrific reporter. And she has a brand new show called Destination. California can't wait to hear about it relies on K. If I am 6 40 what you need to know..
"kfor" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"There are restaurant groups where I live. What you wearing a mask inside the restaurant. They sent the fact that you're not gonna wear it when you eat. But if you're not sitting at the table, they want you wearing a mask. Now I will say to you That once the mask is off, I don't think you can necessarily unring the bell. You're sitting. You're talking you're eating, you know, put the mask on in between bites. That's not the way it's going to work. But if they think this is a feel good for their employees, if they think that this is about doing good and getting more people in the door, it's a marketing conversation of that moment. I don't get to decide for them. It's not my restaurant. The restaurant is different than the city, the state, the municipality, the country. So when a local supermarket or when target or when Coles or when Wal Mart says We're gonna start wearing masks, right, you start wearing masks. They have had employees dealing with people from day one. They never close. They never stop these people stocking the shelves. They have been remarkable. They continue to do the work. They continue to come in every day and do the thing Now we're going to talk about wearing masks. Okay, We've seen some up ticking cases, but we've seen an absolute droppin the death rate, but still we're going to now tell everyone to wear masks in these ways is sure they've got stockholders to respond to that got their own pressures they had to deal with. When these things happen, they happen culturally. And I don't get angry when things happen culture I believe that's how things move. It has played out, You know, let me write the balance of a nation. I cannot who makes the laws, politics is downstream of culture. Right? Why politicos are not thermostats there, thermometers. Right. A thermometer measures temperature, thermostat changes temperature we the people are the thermostat. Culture is the thermostat, changing the temperature in the politico. The thermometer then responds. To that change in temperature, whether the populace is hot about something or cool about something. Determines whether or not they're paying attention to the something Well, the business is certainly the same way they're listening to their people, right? They're listening to their customers and the customers saying Oh, you know, master make us money Want Tobe? I'm or this that whatever and doodads and whatchamacallit thing with Jiggs What's about Who's its Well, then. All right, Let's get a mask on. Let's get a mask going, Tony Cats, Tony Cats today 833 Got Tony 8334688669 on Facebook, Tony catch Radio Twitter and Instagram. Tony got There's a couple things about mass that are problematic. And I have no issue with wearing a mask. Clearly, the mask stopped something which is something I've been saying. For what now last month Because the mass conversation came up the mask stops something right there that'll stop particulates from going into the air. I don't know if somebody's wearing the same mask for a month straight, whether or not that mask is creating a problem for those people around it. We will find out whether or not people start getting sick from wearing masks, which will be a whole nother thing. Which is why, when we put mandates, expect damage and problems. This brings us to Lincoln, Nebraska. Where they have started their mandatory mask wearing You've got the mayor Mayor Gaylor Baird. Saying that that this is this measure is going to remain in effect until August on and we're in a very serious situation is what she said. Our public health emergency is not over. Adding that the virus does not play favorites and is threatening the opening of school. Oh, I will get to the insanity. Of schools. That we have not figured out how to say school will open and now let's figure out how to do it best. Because not opening school is not best Simonaire Baird, not in any way, shape or form best. She followed up by saying there is no Lincoln exemption. Okay, well, well, good to know there's there's no Lincoln exemption. As I know the story. From the guys at our affiliate, KFOR calf are now dot com The governor Pete Ricketts. Hey, encourages the use of master inappropriate situations. He strongly disagrees with the mayor's decision to mandate masks. This is not a data driven decision based on the current numbers in Lancaster County at this time. We're reviewing legal options. Damn straight. You're reviewing legal options. How many new cases in Lancaster Lincoln at Lancaster County, 29. 29. And your answer is masked in your question. Now the opening of schools Sounds pretty woke. Sounds like you want to show yourself as something as opposed to rationally dealing with your situation. I think that the people of cities all across the country, look at you and say you're fooling No. One. When you go down this road when you're going down this line Recommending masks smart, demanding masks seriously problematic. I don't believe governments actually have the right to do so. Some people argue a public health departments do indeed have the right to ensure the public health. I don't know if mandating somebody wear a specific thing is doing it. And then you're not If you're mandating the thing can you mandate how the thing is made? Can you mandate where it is made? Can you mandate when it is worn? And how it is worn. Can you mandate touching of the thing that is worn? Right. You move a mask. You change the efficacy of the mask. These are all questions. They're gonna have to get asked answered. We're gonna have to know how this this this goes. This brings us to Dianne Feinstein. The senator from California. Who has said that states that do not mandate masks should not get Corona virus stimulus money. Holy cow. See now we're really into it. It's bad enough when your city does it. It's bad enough when your state thinks it's OK to mandate Mass like Alabama Governor K. I D. I don't care if she's a Republican. She's wrong. You've never met a Republican is wrong. If you've never met a Republican who's wrong? I can guarantee you you've never actually met a Republican. I love that line. I adore it..
"kfor" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Say for the sake of this argument that he is a good guy. Yeah. Okay. Then I feel bad. Do because it's like a good guy. This isn't for him. It's just not that dog will not hunt. Trouble sleeping. Listen to governor. Bullock. I mean that guy makes Jeb Bush seem like riveting candidate Osborne. Yeah. Energy jab. Holy cow. Trump gets all of this one. Scott Walker is Ted Nugent. Wow. Man. Okay. Do you know yet to run governor balk, you really think? So I don't know. I know seriously, you should know. Wow. About happened. Speaking of boring Democrats are seriously planning on a marathon reading of the report. Yes. Marathon reading of the report hoping that maybe this will change the no collusion outcome or something. They're gonna do it in shifts starting early Friday morning as I understand it. It'll be live streamed and they're going to release it as an audio book. In case you missed the livestream because you see that how to reach the kiddos. Representative Mary Scanlon from Pennsylvania told the Washington Post, the ongoing question has been how do we get that story out there while we are waiting for the witnesses to come in? How do you get that story out there? It's been the number one story in news for the last month. Maybe you guys have a messaging problem if you're saying the message is not getting out there. You kidding me? When asked if there are fears. This will add criticisms Democrats are gauging political theater Scanlan said it's not a ploy to keep anything going. The Muller report was a mandate from the department of Justice that there be an investigation into these very troubling aspects about what was happening in our government. So you know, it may be inconvenient at any time consuming. But it's what we have to do. Ever Republicans, but their head down the desk during the entire thing. Well, they're actually in kindergarten taking naps. They're going to be a separate room to do this. Because they can't they're not gonna be able to do this the entire time on the house floor. No, other commentary anything else just their port all four hundred forty eight pages of it. So we'll be Omar reading parts and saying Jared Kushner fault and then going on with it. No, I it should be. Free from that type of stuff. Okay. So no commentary. That's what we're assuming. At. Least Camden ads is going to be a part of this. Fantastic. What they're really making themselves. Look awful to independence. Just keep going. Governor Montana to read it. We talked earlier about the stupid frat guys may get a dog to a cake. Stan. We didn't have time for this story was another animal story. This is a zu bird. Yes. As the local CAC macaw macaw macaque is a type of monkey now. I knew that. I saw. And I thought macaque. I've always very worried about how you're going to put out near always thinking macaca. You know? I mean, that's just that way. I don't well. This was at the Lincoln children's zoo in Lincoln Nebraska, shout out to our ward with KFOR there. A macaw was being used at a live rehearsal for presentation the McCaw apparently wasn't ready for the show. So it flew away at wound up where in the tiger habitat. Oh, that's not good. It's not where bird wants to be. No. Because the tiger went tiger the bird was immediately attacked by one of the Tigers. The crew there at the zoo was able to get into the pen grab the bird. They tried to take it to the clinic. But it was too late really loose tiger. Yeah. Some internal organs. Maybe. Well, the McCoy is dead. Though, the safety of the guests the staff the animals was never endanger their except for that one macaw. Why are you laughing? It's gone. It is. I mean, a crime punishable by death as far as a dog and a cake STAN bird died at. It's just hilarious. Trying to understand because nobody forced the McCaw into the tiger den the McCaw flu like an idiot into the pen. Yes. And the tiger. Did tigers. Do they said, oh, cool apprai-, and they went up and grabbed it the bird should've known better. So you last. That is the fittest, my friend zookeepers go into the pan, and they're looking around all the Tigers. Okay. Okay. One coughs and feathers complaint. You. So it didn't chew it up. Anything like that? Wasn't it bad at around a little bit. You know, cats are psychos so they like to play around. And so I don't I don't think it was a probably not a not an easy death for the McCaw. No, I guess not no jobs are pets. That is the whole dumb and dumber Mon. He sang pretty pretty bird. I thought he was really quiet..
"kfor" Discussed on KTOK
"Big flags that means that the wall cloud over Edmund has outflow dominant. So the energies trying to transfer down here towards the southern side of the line. That's a heads up for the frontier city area. That is a heads up for the k four studios pretty strong west-northwesterly win. So the hail core and the cycle of Redmond appears to be outflow dominant. The is going to transfer now more into north Oklahoma City in terms of missile cyclone in tornado potential. If we have that let's go back over to Jeremy Carter with a live update. This is very close to Hefner road. And the Broadway extension. Jeremy where are you right now? Off the turnpike about one hundred twenty second. The studio. See them as little off into the hell, we probably pretty pretty large L quarter. Maybe a few random golf balls came down very very hard like back east. Go back over the chopper here. Let's get a chopper view an overview, here's what we really need right now. So so here's the chopper view. And this is the southern edge of the storm right here. The energies transferring more down here in the north Oklahoma City that wall cloud over Edmund appears to be outflow dominant with a strong west north westerly wind and the energies transferring now in the north Oklahoma City little RFID here reflect downdraft also coming in. Let's go to Mason done here. Live mason. Mike richest south of the k four studios were year at looking to the north west. This is going to become a right to KFOR studios. What you're looking at there. I think we have another Travis do we'll just leave that shot there for second. Few could go to the left what we'll have to. Yeah. Just keep going going left. Travis Scott pan out and go left, this appears that this storm. There's another storm forming behind this one back here that you could see right here. That's going to be over like overhaul, sir that area. But yeah, if you back to the right? So this all these storms have become one huge storm. But I see a tailwind starting to form down to the south.
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"Is a program on KFOR channel four our media partner called world of dance. There is actually a dance group from Edmund called intention that is with Kim Mansi dance productions, and they are in the world of dance reality TV show competition. Can Massey joins me to tell us what she can of this reality TV show, and Kim you mentioned that they performed last Sunday night and their score was high enough that they made it to what is called the duals. Now. What does that mean? What is dual? Okay. The dual is where. If you were watching last Sunday night, they pick ten groups that went onto the duals in those top ten we were right at number four in scores. Yes. So the top five get to choose who they want to do against which means your dance, and whoever you choose will compete against each other in front of the judges and the judges will pick the best dance and the other one goes home. Oh, so can you tell us who you who you chose. No. I can't tell you anything you have. Dr. This is well I will tune into watch anyway benefits. How exciting so, you know, as I recall from watching, and you mentioned these groups were from all over the world. Yes. Of the top fifteen of the junior teams, there were only three groups from the United States everyone else I from around the world, and so the three groups and how many weeks now does do the duals continue. I think you know, I I do not know definitely. But I think three weeks of dual so we'll see three weeks of dual. So there's a possibility that you could be in the last week, which I mean, you'd be on to Sunday's rather then tonight, but oh my goodness. Just to see the the range of the competition. Now, let's talk about the choreography because it was spectacular. Yes. And I have to tell you. I'm so proud of my daughter Skye messy cook. So did the choreography for that particular group? She teaches all of our older, we call them. Elite dancers are at the studio. And she is so well known and her choreography was so different on this. I'm just busting at the seams proud of her. How does she described her choreography? She's more contemporary and contemporary. It's hard to describe it's kind of a cross between what ballet lyrical you have to have a lot of technique. And it's the emotion and the feeling of the music. Yes. And I I the way I would describe it knowing nothing about this is I saw dancing that look like it was synchronized swimming. And how you do that physically out of the water where you're lifting and throwing and the motions and all that it took my breath away. Yes. That's what it is. And I'm very proud of sky. She's done such a great job with these girls that may absolutely love her. So when they do the this dance. What do you call this particular dance? I know it's intention is the group. Does this intention is the group and we were classified under contemporary division? Okay. But you don't have a name for the dance. You don't say this dance number five or this is emotion. Name of the dance that we did last week with piano. I can't tell you the name of our next one. Okay, panama. Okay. Gotcha. That's yes. Because there's to the peon song. That's right. Yes. So fun. And I have to say this those girls made me so proud because they were so precious when they talked when they showed the respect for the judges. I mean, I'm getting the clamp tear because what embassador for the state of Oklahoma. Yes, I agree. I was so proud of those girls when we were there, and we were filming it that whole time. I was just crying because they had been through so much grueling rehearsals. And you know, they didn't have time for school. I didn't have time for friends or anything all in that last couple of months, and they were so nervous to be on like the world stage and TV in front of those particular judges, and they just rose to the occasion, and they represented Oklahoma. Great. And if you notice we are the only team from the mid mid section of the country that's on world advance. So we're really proud of that. Yes. And if I can't I I wanted to brag on them if I could add just as other plot twist, those international teams seem so different. So how the judges who the judges are incredible themselves of judge them. I don't know. I mean. I don't know either. Everyone is so good, and dancer so talented these days, it's it's like a sport. I mean, you know, we still have recreational dancing where the kids just come to dance once a week, and we still offer all of that. But then dancers gone to a whole 'nother level of such a competitive sport that you really can't do anything else. Besides go to school on dance. Yes. Yes. So before I run out of time. I've got about three minutes. Kim Massie dance productions has a whole offering of summer classes ahead. And I think for anybody that sees this world of dance. Your phone's going to be ringing off the wall. Do we have a lot of summer camps for preschoolers? We offer really fun camps that are just geared towards fun. And they're there for a couple of hours. So they not only dance they tumbling. They do some acting make do some even coloring of dancers. We do all kinds of things in the summer. And then we have our technique classes and everything for the older kids and just been array of classes for summer, and we're taking for fall two. How do they find you? They can go to Kim Massie dance dot com or they can call the studio at three four eight one four seven three three four eight one four seven three and tell us again how we support intention online. Okay online. We need you to go to Instagram to NBC world advance, find our number piano, man. And then go on and watch that and like our pay like our number, and then you can go to YouTube under NBC world, advance and tension and watch our number and like black it as well. And I guarantee you're going to be so proud so blown away. I thank you so much for your time. I know how busy that you are. What is the youngest a Massey dance dancer can be we start at age two. And we go through adults age to yes. Educate. You say a dull, what do you mean? We have adults but take like a ballet class classes or Pilates classes. That's fantastic. Where are you all located in Edmond fifteen thousand Santa Fe crossing drive, and that's really if you know Edmund on thirty third almost, oh, I know where you are. Yes. Well, it's built a brand new ten thousand square foot building. And it's beautiful. Well, that's fantastic. And of course, Massie has been synonymous with incredible dancers for as long as I know. And I would like to thank the Massey family for what she did.
"kfor" Discussed on KTOK
"Our forecast is coming up book into jail the nineteen year old man arrested Monday by Edmund police for allegedly shooting and killing his own parents. We don't know if there was a confrontation, we don't know exactly what led up to this. That's what police spokeswoman Jenny wagon told news four, Michael Elijah. Walker was arrested in the shooting death of his father fifty year old Michael Logan Walker and his mother forty four year old Rachel may Walker. His seventeen year old brother. Call police and got out of the house safely. Fifteen Oklahoma City schools will close and seventeen others will be reconfigured starting next school year. The school board approved the controversial pathway to greatness plan last night. The fifteen closing schools will be repurpose school boundaries. Also will change a contentious Norman city council meeting included too. Council members turning their backs on a speaker as a resident told the council the city should stand firm against abortion, council members Kate Bearman, and Alexandra Scott turned their chairs to face away from him. Scott represents the speakers district and said his comments made her and other women at the meeting uncomfortable medical marijuana sales in Oklahoma continue to climb. Here's Katie oh, case Beth Myers medical marijuana sales in February topped more than seven point two million dollars. That's up from four point three million in January. The state tax commission says the seven percent tax on medical marijuana products generated more than five hundred eight thousand dollars in revenue in February nearly fifty eight thousand Oklahomans have a medical marijuana license while Oklahoma's senior US Senator agrees with the need for a border wall. The devil's in the details when it comes to paying for it. Here's KT okays Calvin right US, Senator Jim Inhofe of Oklahoma says he has a problem with. Cutting military spending by billions of dollars to fund the border wall through President Trump's emergency declaration days, then I would actually oppose it in half says while he does favor a border wall. He's against using almost four billion dollars earmarked for military construction to fund the wall. Instead, President Trump is facing opposition among some US Senate Republicans who feel emergency declaration undermines the authority of congress won state house bell moving into the Senate seeks to protect groundwater rights in eminent domain cases. On Monday Representative Danny sterling of Ida bell took questions from Representative John Pifer of Orlando say they put.
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"Wants five million dollars for a border wall. But Democrats say it's too expensive and are offering a one point six billion dollars for border security. Oklahoma's new governor is touting the power of change. Here's KT okays Calvin right? Republican Kevin stitch sworn into office on Monday and during his inaugural address. Governor Stith said change underway. I look forward to rolling up my sleeves and working with you on the important tasks we have ahead to make Oklahoma a top ten states. Good also said he's committed to Oklahomans as a bold face leader for decisions make a difference today and for future generations in one of his first actions as governor stood asked the Oklahoma state banking department to encourage Oklahoma financial institutions to take some practical measures to accommodate customers affected by the partial government shutdown. The banking department says those measures might include making adjustments to existing loans or originating new credit to support immediate cash. Flow needs with the death of an inmate Friday at the state penitentiary at Macalester midwest city police may never learned the whereabouts of an eight year old girl kidnapped from her house in nineteen Ninety-seven and presumed killed Anthony Palma was serving a life sentence for the murder of Kirstin Hatfield Kirsten's body was never found midwest sepals cheap. Brandon claves worked at the case from the beginning. We're certainly not encouraging violent actions independent century. But. Some people would say he met his Justice are concerned is the fact that we've not had closure on this case, and we may never have closure. He told KFOR he planned to interview Palma in prison later this year. Corrections officials say Palme was killed by his cellmate a female gorilla died Friday at the Oklahoma City. Zoo officials say twenty four year old Khalili was found unresponsive in her habitat and necropsy determined. She guide a twisted intestine. She was born at the Toledo zoo and was moved through the Oklahoma City zoo in two thousand as part of a breeding recommendation..
"kfor" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"One, eight hundred Microsoft. That's because they don't want you to overwrite the because the data's not erased. You know what I want you to over right it, God. What are you going to get when you call them? Like reef counseling. I mean. They, they literally go telling people to go to recover, download, recover, recover. Via. Racing program and and in many cases that's sufficient. Here's the thing I the problem I have with this particular issue is that if you're following good practices, you would never lose data, right? You should always be backing up and all that kind of stuff. Reality other point of this, you know, I mean, the guy at twenty gigabytes you have twenty three years of data on a hard drive in. You're not packing it up. Oh, it's the worst. The Natalie. Oh, you have twenty three years worth of data in your mind, documents folder. No, exactly. This stuff should be sync to one drive or backed up in some other way. Right, for sure. And none of that would have been lost. Right. I mean, there's no can I guarantee that my mother or my wife? That's that's why this is terrible because that's who it affects. Does. About how. Whether you believe it or not. What cables explanation of this is that we talked about that we just kind of glossed over because I used to do this all the time. At which is now. I don't know if I don't understand this phrase he's using about the relocation, the so-called, what do they call KFOR? Oh yeah, I don't. I don't know what that is, but in the past when I've had two drives, I've routinely right clicked on my documents. Gonda properties in the advanced properties is a path and you can have the past changed to d. It will then say, okay, do you want me to move everything over and you say yes and no. And I've done this many times is that were talking about sort of it's kind of the modern one drive file sync version of that. The idea is that one drive can take over for some v most commonly folders so that that always sink from machine machine. If you're sinking your documents folder, you'll gab the same documents on every machine. I, I don't use that feature. I do, however, use one drive to sink what I'm working on. I've created. Own folder structure under one drive in. That's what I sink from machine to machine. So when I travel next week, when we're going to Dublin, for example, I have the folder for this month, which is the things I'm working on currently to do, which is the things I want to get done in the near future. And then a few other things around, you know, images, whatever things I might want to put it in articles, but I don't use. I don't go to the documents folder if you don't like, I know, but people work different ways, you know. And I think the big problem with this is like in addition to it impacting normal people just across the board, if you're kind of a normal person and you upgraded some version of windows and now they have kind of a slightly different way of doing things and you kind of bought into that, it's going to impact you too. And I don't think those people understand how this stuff works..
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"Hey unloaded right lakers and then stick it in their car hold a little peng in on this flag already know you guys got to go i'm done dragging of this out that's is this is it let's see you at scarborough squabble as s k l e r is the twitter super sklar super scores dot com for screening influence if you only website is natalio have said enough also an instagram or atsc lot brothers held upcoming are we should look for tv stuff coming we have a new standard of special we're not sure exactly where it's going to come out were will know in line to weeds where it's going to be connected the hell it today ever on one that we shall last year and were waiting to see where it's going to land the rise of cigarettes drivers islamic nice from six months rush for us now for your caesar osceola kfor for colin times in topics follow the show on twitter doctor to replied cast vets d r d r e w podcast community from today's episode can be found on the swinging sounds of the documentary podcast now available on i too am while you're there don't forget to rate the show the doctor drew podcast as a karol the digital production hennessy produced by chris lots him on it and gary smith for more information go to doctor true dot com paul conversation and information exchange during participation in the dock of your podcast is intent for educational and entertainment purposes only did not confuse this with three men or medical advice our direction nothing on this podcast supplement or supersede relationship and direction of your medical caretakers all the doctor drew is a licensed physician what's nasty board certifications by the american board of internal medicine in the american motive dictionaries and he's not functioning as a physician in this environment the same applies to any professionals who may appear on the podcast or dr dot com.
"kfor" Discussed on This Is Only A Test
"This is probably gonna support oculus go the fbi perfect this is harvey kfor likeable headset is then you think in these international sit on your couch and do this country great yeah i can't wait for i can his go because so many questions i have about that but how how will the app store work you know is it it must strictly be the aca the store can you side low depths i wanna now he's allen media peoria exactly right uh so me questioned lots of things looked forward to in at twenty 18 i think that does it for us for this week's episode of you want to do one last segment churn out yeah let's do that testing this week hey what if he hasn't testing did you guys know harmonic made a board game no well i got it for my family for her for christmas and we have been enjoying it we've been testing it and enjoying it it's called drop mix and it's got a magic the other in component where you can buy more card packs but it's super cool you you bluetooth connected to a a two i might have to be an iowa survice but it you know an iphone or ipad is put that on the side of it and then you've got these five slots in front of you with all ellie dis and reach slot and you have all these cards that it comes within every card corresponds to a vocal base lead um or drummed track of a of a particular song and you throw a car down and it starts to play that you can do any other card down and it will sink them up both temple in key so you're making you're mixing is renell your mix went cards yahya or also vocals so you.
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"Lightning lighting up the skies over oklahoma this twister dropping down next to the interstate in that just one of more than fifty reports of severe weather tormenting tornado alley last night this kfor news crew a norman ambushed by ef one tornado backing wins over eighty five miles an hour tornado that same twister assaulting the river when casino packed for a beach boys concert rain gushing through the roof spilling into the auditorium outside power lines and trees toppled this building shredded torrential rain winding drivers trying to get around and large hail boot blanketing the ground near elk city and said i that same system moving east causing flooding along the gulf coast let's get right to rob with the forecast down rob you're tracking that's from the night at all things moving eastbound we've never one report of a tornado at southern mississippi but rain all the way to chicago the heaviest rain though going it's a mobile alabama the next several hours dry though no rain out west a dry santa ana wind events setting up this one's going to be pretty extreme with humidity levels drop each would between five and ten percent across southern california red flag warnings up their excessive heat as well triple does it eat extremely rare to get that hot this late in the year which could be gusting to sixty miles an hour only monday by tuesday as well critical fire danger tom or i will keep an eye on those conditions out west rob thank you next night the alleged terror plot foiled in miami of forty say the suspect inspired by isis caught in an undercover fbi operation is accused of planning is attack with weapons of mass destruction at a shopping mall here's abc's adrian banker.
"kfor" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast
"So apple has both invented and also bought the parts needed for facial recognition yeah but going back by regional point this is a gamble the this is this is still a new technology in consumers for kfor consumer roll out so little so as fingerprint when we got it it's not bosons news this is though this requires a great deal computational power which with any lucky eleven is going to have there there's just a lot of questions that need to be answered about this before i think that this is gonna be fully adopted before this can be full accepted not just by the consumers were looking at buying the iphone ain't but from the industry's who are using touch idea as identification authentication now aren't so let's let me ask a different question entirely it's is are you going to buy an iphone eight uh that remains to be seen uh this is a new upfront that i was getting an iphone 7 for no other reason than my devices were getting old the my iphone esi will continue to be my daily driver because i'm not a huge fan of giant phones begin with but on the other hand the i phony is going to have the same effect of screen size as the iphone 7 plus does so we'll see it this is very much a we'll see thing for me it's going to have to be fairly compelling to get me to shift off my esi one of the things that i think a lot about is that the first generation of device like this can be totally wonderful.