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"kim lot" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

Joey's Totally Tech

08:05 min | 7 months ago

"kim lot" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

"Traffic is slower in the northeast and west end in the midwest and south according to sensormatic senior director of global retail consulting. Brian field jewelry in footwear saw the largest in-person sales to clients according to retail next apparel sales. Were down fifty percent. Homegoods fell by thirty nine percent. Even with these drops this will likely end up as one of the biggest in-person shopping days in the us this year. So you have record black. Friday numbers online no surprise to anyone. I don't think right. Yeah no surprise especially with the. Pin debit the sierra. Everyone wants to stay at home. Of course. I work at one of the big retailers. That did the black. Friday deals all month long I'd say it was a fairly busy month but black friday itself in the store really was a little slower than normal as you know amazon. Like me personally haven't really noticed much different as far as like my job is concerned. Like i don't really notice anything happening any faster more volume. But you have more people working in the fulfillment center right now. So that has something to do with it right. yeah so Black friday protests were staged at by amazon workers in fifty countries. I don't know they did. They think where you're at my job. Okay well black friday. This year amazon warehouse workers and social and environmental justice activists around the world staged a series of coordinative protest strikes and actions demanding the online retailer respect workers rights to participate in the unit activity. Stop circumventing tax laws and edit to higher environmental standards. According to the event organizers this day of action was called hashtag make amazon. Hey black friday. As one of amazon's biggest sales events of the year as well as the start of the peak season when warehouse worker injuries are the highest and workloads for our warehouse. workers and delivery. Drivers skyrocket protests. Play brazil mexico. The united states and the united kingdom spain france belgium germany luxembourg italy poland india bangladesh. The philippines am austrailia organizers released. A statement signed by thirty nine organizations and sent to amazon which reads quote meanwhile amazon warehouse. Workers risked their lives as such workers and only briefly received an increase pay and quote. They also said quote like all major corporations amazon's success would be impossible without the public institutions that citizens build together over generations but instead of giving back to the societies that helped it grow the corporations starves them of tax revenue through its world-beating efforts at tax dodging and quote organizations involved include unlv global union. Greenpeace the athena coalition. The sunrise movement oxfam our revolution amazon employees for climate justice progressive international public citizen and the tax justice. That work of course amazon wasn't happy about this conner. Sweeney spokesperson for amazon's luxembourg had corners. Said quote this is a series of misleading assertions by misinformed for self interested groups. Who are using amazon's profiles furthered. The individual causes amazon has a strong track record of supporting our people. Our customers and our can be eighties including providing safe working conditions and leading fifteen dollars minimum wage and great benefits leading on climate change with the climate pledge but to be net zero carbon by twenty forty and pay more than five billion dollars in taxes. Globally in quote. Yeah so Like i said. I know we talked a couple of days ago. Kind of about like union organization. yes on. You know we talked about that Not on the podcast of course but in person. Yeah yeah yeah i mean. I haven't noticed anything at my fulfillment center as far as like you know organization or anything like that. But i think for the most part from what i from. What i've you know been able to from people. I've talked to most people work at seem pretty happy like the job itself. They might be happy with but they don't feel like they're mistreated by amazon right. I guess it just depends on which places you work. Obviously management is different in each location. So yeah. I've heard mixed things that all depends on where you work. It seems like some of the older warehouses tend to have more problems with like. Get into the bathroom for example. I've heard stories where like people can't get to the bathroom without going up or down four floors as well as a security check point. Yeah my will where. I work at With the senator is set up four floors and then it's like it's brand news. It's all robotic. Yeah but each floor. Has you know two bathrooms. You can go to at least and then there's other ones around the place to. Yeah because i think a lot of the older places weren't even really designed to be the warehouses they are now. Yeah from wherever. I work at usually not more than like a two or three minute walk from a bathroom. There's no there's no There's no guarantee this so we'll be in there for twenty minutes on the phone while you're waiting to that. But that's the. I think one of the biggest complaints i've heard were like the pic rates are just way too high of before the the the the goals that they have for to pick rates pick. I mean i have no problem meeting their pick rates Because they're pick rate is you want you to do. Three hundred picks our if you're picker. Their beans their goal is four hundred hundred and they're not gonna like i'm barely both in hundred usually and i'm one of the fastest pickers there. Okay yeah i think the concern is like some people are doing things real fast and end up getting her to you know so well. Yeah they want you to be safe. I mean matale to go up and down the little because sometimes the shells come by are kind of tells you have a little a little step kind of stool thing they can roll up by harley. Add need to use this going up and down that the whole time i can see that. Yeah of course. I could keep going on and on about the problems. I've heard about amazon if he wants to check out more checkout kim lot three three one channel on youtube he goes in debt. With a lot of this Take it with a grain of salt. There may be things that are are not accurate list. I mean sure. It varies by location location. I'm i'm more or less happy where i met. So right so ozzy pie will depart from the fcc on january twentieth. The chairman. ozzy pie announced. He will leave the fcc on the twentieth of january twenty twenty one the same day joe biden is to be sworn in as president of the united states during his four years as fcc chief pie deregulated the broadband industry unlimited net neutrality rules. He justified his agenda by using faulty. Data in taking credit for broadband deployments were planned well before he became chairman pie. Called being the chairman of the sec. Honorable lifetime llosa said the president trump for giving me the opportunity to leave the agency and twenty seventeen to president obama for pointing as the commissioner in two thousand twelve and two senate majority leader mcconnell in the senate for twice confirming me to be the first asian american to chair the. Fcc has been a particular privilege as i often say in america. Democrats are currently expected to make. Jessica rosenworcel the new chair though. Nothing has been confirmed. Yeah so We're actually going to do.

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"kim lot" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:19 min | 7 months ago

"kim lot" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"With one thing that's gonna send Kyle Shanahan to the loony bin is turning the ball over because if they don't turn the ball over yesterday, I would dare say that they beat the Rams easily. Not that anything is ever easy in the NFL, But it was the turnovers that got the Rams back into the game. And also, the Rams made. You know an adjustment defensively because the Niners run game was Was kicking her teeth in in the first quarter in the first half. But the limitations for this team it's turning the ball over. It's just it's just simply turning the ball over and Nick Mullins God bless him. I mean, that dude is E No, He's not trying to throw an interception, but damn it when he throws the ball over the middle, you just your heart stops because you're like, I don't know if this thing hits the ground. It's an absolute miracle. If it's inexorably every ball beyond every party is like a 50 50 balls. Well, Rod. I mean, how much fun would that be? If they played the stake for your football? Anyone That explains easily. Come on. All right Out of those. Thank you. Thank you, sir. May I have another It's all part of it. You know, they made plenty of mistakes yesterday, but then they also forced plenty of mistakes on the other side, and they made up for it by You know that when that play where Jared Goff breaks the pocket, and he's scrambling, and and you knew exactly what was on Jimmy warts, mind it was not just tackle him. But making pay for it and stripped the football and you had to know that that's exactly what Jared Goff was thinking was all he's going to try to strip the football and he did strip the football in. You know the interception that That, um, that Sherman had that that just look like somebody who you know, was in the playbook and knew exactly what the Rams are doing. And then the great play that Kevin Givens made. I mean, that's that's every bit Know him scoring that touchdown as it was Jibran Kindelan. Might I add? Carry Haider kind of sealing the deal by blocking that that Officer Lyman and allowing him to get in so For every mistake they made. They came up with something better. There was there was a play. You know where I thought Call CNN and blew it like it is the third down, play third into and you know, sure, it's on Nick Molins, but Shanahan could have called the time out to save the delay game. So that you know that was a mistake the Shanahan made on the sideline, But then he comes through, you know, with one of the really good decisions of not only going for it on fourth down on that final drive, but Making the right play. Call one that probably not too many people expected to pick up that first down, so I mean for every mistake they made They came back with something better to end up compensating for it. And if you're expecting the 40 Niners these last five games to play mistake free football. It's not gonna happen, but he's the key. The key is Two for their guys. You know, some guys you've never heard of. And some guys you expect to make the big plays. The key is for them to just compensate. For the mistake's by making even better place coming back on the other side. Yeah. Any truth to the rumor that tramp all keys already called John Lynch enquiring about Tamara Taylor. Right? Well, he has plenty of guys on the pretty dire to choose from with all the injuries, so Yes. Um yeah, we'll see how that one goes, but I mean, with a with a jug Jags make him there. There's a little man to man choice. Yeah, I don't know. No, no, no, they are You Let me let me ask you about the Kinloch place. You mentioned the youth check play on the fourth down. I'm not a big fan of trying to fool people with the fullback. I I just I'm not. It worked. It worked by The slimmest of margins, But I have 4 30. Happy yard. I want the quarterback Sneak. Mullins isn't great at it. I'd give it to my running back. It works. I was cool with it. But every time I see a fullback, miss on 1/4 and a half year we try to fake somebody out is like, what are you doing? You doing trying to fake somebody else? But it worked. So you know what? Whatever. Let me we had a weird sound by Kim Lot talking about the pick six where he said he was supposed to rush, but he didn't. He just kind of felt like, you know, he saw something so drop back and kind of did it did his own thing, And I'm wondering. I wanted to get your thoughts on that because I think on one hand It's really cool when you have a guy who is supposed to do something, But instinctually can kind of see something and says Okay, I know I'm supposed to do this, but I This That's not going to get many words. So let me just do this. I think they can get you a lot of places. But you better be right. Because if you're not in football when you find yourself doing things you're not supposed to do. The whole chain breaks down. How do you see that? Do you see that as a good thing that Hey, He's a really good football player and he's instinctual. Or do you look at and say, Well, maybe he's a little undisciplined. And that may lead to a few plays here and there, but overall, it's not going to lead to. Ah, uh, Tim benefiting the team, or I don't think I don't really think it's either of those things matter to be honest with you. I think it's one plant after Seymour, but I was curious when he said that what you thought of that Well, here's in. I will have a better answer for you later in the week because I don't know how how he's coached. I'm assuming we don't know the whole story on that now. Typically when a guy Typically, when a guy does something off script, it's It's kind of a selfish play in the in the sense that, um, I wasn't supposed to blitz but I did anyway. You know one of those things where I want to make it. Where I can. I can kind of see the glory out now what? What? I'm curious, and I don't know the answer this and that's why I sailed off. Ls this question later in the week? Robert Salas. Is that something that he's coached to do? Hey, if you see this, go ahead and peel off. You know you're here is your responsibility, But I'm giving you guys You know the power if you if you pick up on something Then you have, you know, Was it film study? You know? Did he see something that that you know? Was he coached up properly? And did he do a freelance that was within the defensive scheme. In other words? Was he doing something that left them vulnerable? Or was he doing something that took advantage of? You know his time in the playbook? So if the answer is B Then it's an incredible play by a rookie who you know when he showed up was about on the rocks and oyster, and now he's you know, he's really making strides if it's if it's the other if he was just like dead tired, which I don't think.

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"kim lot" Discussed on Twinovation

Twinovation

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"kim lot" Discussed on Twinovation

"My new room. Who are your apartment. And that's right. Yeah I have an additional room because my roommate bailed on me and now we have a rent freeze so I'm not going to be paying rent until twenty twenty two. What do you mean now? We have a rent freeze. Line almost talking. Oh Jeff don't safe as talking. They're saying I think past actually Did you see his nipple rings? Quick whispers more young CUOMO CUOMO HAS NIPPLE RINGS. Wow so cool. That could've makes me Kim. Lot more than I don't know why I like him. So that just shows a loser site to him you know how do we know about the Nipple Rings? 'cause he wore a light a t shirt that showed it like yesterday really rich. We'll put it on the visuals. Sound off if you earn nipple rings or not into neighbouring when they're unexpected. I am when they're expected. I'm not interesting. I know exactly what you mean David. You're really speaking modeling today. Ling speaks six okay so I think that this is a brilliant idea so basically it's like it. Are there glasses involved that there's involved here? I you know if your eyes could see them. Your eyes would be able to see them. You know right so maybe it could even be like a Qr code is good but like maybe you are attack it's not you know a Qr Code. This is a whole new coding algorithms and whatnot. That like it could be something. In the actual panel itself could be the product could be like the glasses paired with a panel of black panel itself. That's like you put older handles in the TV. We're we're embedding that panel tech into the TV. Everyone's going to have that. Tv WILL WE USE That's actually not a bad idea. To Be Honest Jones. Yeah some type of obviously mine is the the more futuristic version But I think panels and bad similar to a whole lot of bankers have those screens on their computer. Where you can't see from the side was thinking I was also thinking about that is why a lot of bankers will have that are like an. Hr person would have right right darker and come with the glasses that that's a good pivot. Honor that's actually a great pivot. Stay in Los Angeles. So are you looking at this? Things in your. There's a screen in the glasses. Well the glasses were to pick up the code but perhaps now that if we have a panel And it's directed at the right angle. Perhaps we can figure out a way to sorta cheat the system right. So which is it? It's GonNa be Balked Jeff. I'm running companies that will compete against each other owned by the same person which will allow competitors to think that the industry is a bit more saturated Like that it's very cool. Actually GonNa send it around the horn. L. Have the chef a tugboat. Give me one tug for yes two tugs for yes and yes.

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"kim lot" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"kim lot" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Have boxes of old photos preserving those precious memories has never been easier I got the Epson fast photo scanner it scans hundreds of photos in just minutes make it fast and easy to scan organize and share memories it scans of Riley of sizes captures hand written notes on the back it even restores faded photos automatically preserve was priceless and check out the fast photo scanner available at Best Buy office depot staples or an Epson dot com slash fast photo Kim lot on your plate remember your grandparents birthdate keeping up with your coworkers boyfriends roommates drama weeding and never ending grocery store lines yeah your plate is pretty fun hello friends take off your plate the portions seasonal ingredients and five star recipes right to your door with nineteen weekly offense there's something everyone can enjoy even your coworkers boyfriend's roommate because number one you okay and hello fresh dot com get ten free meals plus free shipping with code last start during the freshest news weather and taking someone for a walk helping someone prepare for an interview driving to a doctor's appointment or making a meal to enjoy together my day is always rewarding and impactful I can work a schedule that works for me all of the opportunity for training team work and advancement for me this has truly become a passion I wish I had done this sooner not just a job it's an opportunity today ark C. C. R. dot org slash DSP do it right update and organize your home while sticking to your budget by starting with low because now you can upgrade your finances and save up to thirty percent off select a plan special values like a Samsung stackable laundry Paris champagne finish both for a hundred Bucks less now just eight ninety nine each it pick up an ad so seventy two inch by forty eight H..

"kim lot" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"kim lot" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Law every year to take all religious significance out and of the Christmas holiday so I they were successful stripping the can fall of its this meaning sample and for they turned a it into just another meeting decoration two kids wow from one now that would be a real conspiracy if it were true but it's not although the truth it's in been Katy Keene scheme from Germany just many like times Christmas trees many ways the region needed in the mid sixteen hundreds long before there was any this is they were probably some sort of the very first artificial decorations on Christmas trees okay here's another trying to give his children and unforgettable Christmas well meaning blundering father dresses up as Santa and winds up getting stuck in the chin is worried never shows up on Christmas Eve and he's nowhere to be found on Christmas day and the day after that in so finally in January the family notices that the chimney is all stopped and up so you can see where this was going right during okay stop feeling sorry for a for the poor family it's just another urban myth kids there's from absolutely one no record anywhere in America of this ever happening I know someone will say although that they it's have a friend been said in it really happened to the friend's father many times or they saw many it on the news ways or some such the good news he didn't by the way even though to the chimney stories forms I would recommend trying I have it and from coast to coast it's Mannheim steamroller's this an is an American Christmas have boxes of old photos preserving your precious memories has never been easier get the up some fast photo scanner and scan hundreds of photos in just minutes making it fast and easy to scan organize and share memories it scans a variety of sizes captures handwritten notes in the back it even restores faded photos automatically this holiday preserve its priceless and get the fast photo available at Best Buy office depot staples or absent dot com slash bass photo Kim lot on your plate remember your grandparents birth date keeping up with your coworkers boyfriends roommates.

"kim lot" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"kim lot" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Jack frost nipping at the end of you had cast being sung by and folks dressed up as you move everybody in the Turkey and how this season I tiny tots with the allies we find it hard to sleep two nine they know that on his war he's a lot is and every month not as far to see a frame did really Honda for long and so I this sample for a two kids from one although it's been many times many ways this is and so for a two kids from one although it's been said many times many way the to and this is an American Christmas have boxes of old photos preserving your precious memories has never been easier get the up some fast photo scanner and scan hundreds of photos in just minutes making it fast and easy to scan organize and share memories it scans a variety of sizes captures handwritten notes in the back it even restore stated photos automatically this holiday preservative priceless and get the fast photo available at Best Buy office depot staples or absent dot com slash bass photo Kim lot on your plate remember.

"kim lot" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"kim lot" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

"Her husband and six children as she shares her journey to success and the positive mentality that brought her there. Come on in and make yourself at home. Now here's your host I Kim Zodiac Bearman. How you guys welcome to this episode of House of Kim? Lots to talk about today. Big Big boy. They baby high name. Lots to talk about today. I love you I love you too sweetie. Okay well should we just jump into it. I guess we should talk about. Let's lots of talk about per positi. Kaya stitches I felt the liquor store. Baking cookies I mean. Yeah so let's just jump right into I guess per positi. That's what you WANNA do. Let's jump into Kaya stitches. She has actually since there's so many assumptions Kost or to me. It's gross but anyway it's okay to make an ass out of yourself. Yeah that's what happens. Assume you make an acid you and me and you assume ha but anyway Kaya was running around on Saturday with her brothers and they were running through the house playing tag and they were hiding their favorite a game ever and then when they catch each other they wrestle until one gets away and then they start chasing each other again and tag thank. It's probably the toughest one or the rules with Cairo. Very strict there's no tackling wrestling her and the boys can basically kill each other but they have to stay from Kaya so anyway corey and I were in the room room doing something. We're on the laptop or something. I don't know we were doing something and I heard Kaya Start to cry and I was like what the heck and cash came in. And he's like you know I just WanNa let you know there's just blood everywhere all over Kaya just blood everywhere like Oh yeah cash. We thought cash was kidding because if that was the case our nanny Berta or self off with ourself what if we're like yeah whatever body and then somebody else came in K.. J. No Arianna Arianna. Yeah Arianna was like just want you know blood everywhere. So I'm like Oh my God. So we'd like fly out of the bed and go and Kaya has a chunk out of her like the kind of the side of her lip almost not chunk but like so she honest. I heard a big bang and I was like what the hell but I didn't think anything of it. And she's like I just thought the boys jumping off these two steps upstairs going from like the Hollywood room as we call it down to Arianna as room. There's like two steps down to that whole side of the house. Basically and so those two steps are hardwood floors and she'd kind of nipped hit her lip right on the corner of that last step or whatever and so I'm like Oh my God so tom we were going ice skating. We were yeah we had great plans. We had just finished the boys basketball game. I think right that morning. Yeah they'd basketball that morning their first game so anyways we're going to go ice skating and so yeah. We had to go to the hospital and she got six six stitches. Six or seven pitches. Whatever she he was a very tough cookie Kinda went along down kind of her lip line and then extended a little bit out But I posted the picture of her with the stitches Chisolm. My life got busy and people on instagram. Like what are you going to tell us you need to. You Owe us an explanation. No I don't know so anyways I figured I would just share that with you. Guys is and then two days later in total wines over an Alfa reta no maybe not Alfa Reta. What is that over there? That's Roswell I believe now. Oh so what do not Roswell North Point. I don't think it's Roswell it is no okay anyways whatever around here our house and and we were getting wine and kind of getting ready for the holiday season and entertaining and all that good stuff in so croix. I'm kind of waiting at the register and I have two carts full of liquor go figure and Croix kind of close to the register. I'm on the phone with Brielle and Croix. The Genius Eddie is decides to bring two two or three big cases of beer and set them. What he thought was next to the cart was which was directly behind me so there was so my point is and there? It was like a display next to me so I didn't really have much room between the car that was already kind of kitty corner to me and this display. So anyways I turn around and I'm like looking for cold air and I see this really cute L. thing in for Christmas so much all my God. I'M GONNA go by that so I turned around and I fall right over the beer. My leg is bleeding. I fall my my phone. Flies like twenty it hurt like a son of a gun my nail. It hurt like how so anyway. I'm pissed list and a few guys that work there like you okay. Are you okay so I am embarrassed and then be here comes out of I online. I'm like you know what you set the beer and I start popping opposite mouth. I'm so pissed and he comes over and he tries to dust off my black pants. I had like Yoga Pants on and he tried to dust off my black pants and I'm like it hurts to shit but I didn't want everybody to know that my leg like was done was really bad so we got to the KARMIC really hurts and I'm like mad as Hell Lacroix and the guy on the phone. The guy that the register was on the phone trying to see how many bottles of wine you could get me or whatever. And he's like when crew when he set the beer down. I thought to myself I should move that. He's like but I I didn't basically yeah I still don't understand in my mind. I was sitting next to the cart and I. I didn't wall didn't think a you're we're going to be moving and then and then be like if you would you would like spin around or I spun around and walked. I didn't spin around. Look down right like there should be nothing there. Why would there be anything mayor like anyways? Whatever it wasn't a graceful fall either? I looked ridiculous and so like it was throbbing instantly swollen and of course a blood thinner doesn't help but actually it's healed really quickly but of course stopped at the gas station. got a big old bag is and I put that on which I actually think really helped it but it still hurts my ankles all black and blue my be you for whatever reason and then all the way up my Shin and it's like you know I just had the scars on my Shin Lizard so back at it again. Well you did like one of those body broke the skin near there. It was Blue Lake dripping down and then it kind of form like a little bit of a club so anyways yeah it's been fun fun week. It's early December and.

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"kim lot" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:28 min | 2 years ago

"kim lot" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Cat. On this Wednesday. It is June nineteenth coming up at the bottom of this hour. The latest on that shooting from last Friday night in Costco, learning a little bit more. It seems like we're getting just a bit more information every day about what prompted that off-duty LAPD officer to shoot and kill a guy and wounded parents. Former White House communications director hope Hicks has arrived for a closed-door interview with members of the House Judiciary committee. They are all about digging into whether the president obstructed Justice and they're probably going to get zero to nothing from ho picks. Well, we have been following this case out of Seattle that has drawn a lot of attention. And just a couple of months ago came to a second mistrial, MRs for a group of brothers will to two out of three brothers were being tried now or were being tried in connection with a shooting spree at the caves, which we've talked a lot about homelessness up and down the west coast. The caves is of. Of a homeless encampment in downtown Seattle. I mean just right off of one of the freeways. There is a podcast called somebody somewhere. It was created and hosted by former prosecutor, David pain, as well as CNN producer Jody Gottlieb. And they join us now here on the Gary and Shannon show to talk about all the twists and turns of this case that remains still unresolved. Welcome to the show guys. Thanks for making some time for us. Thank you so much. Let's go back to the original case this was January twenty sixteen. Can you tell us about the, the incident who was involved in what exactly happened at night? Yeah, it was a pretty straightforward case. In terms of what happened in the evidence was that six to eight mass gunman stormed this area that you mentioned called the caves, which is up underneath I five are main freeway, and was a was a pretty major homeless, and Kim, lots of tents up there and different people than it captain, in a lot of transient suits. Frankly, moves through that area. Six guys went up there and shot up the encampment of drug dealer named set in a wind up there. They shot everybody. They basically came in and shut the whole thing of three teenage brothers were arrested for the crime, and it happened on the night that the mayor was giving a major speech on homeless, and as you know, you mentioned in your introduction, there is a major problem here in Seattle with how to manage the homeless. So this happened, right? When the political environment was super hot. Mayor with thing we need to increase taxes. We need to increase the property Levy and the shooting happens while he's live on TV. That confluence of events set off, this amazing sequence of city reaction and counter, and moving homeless out of encampments. And it's just a fascinating story as to what happened, not only in the crime itself, and how the police investigated the crime, but in how the city reacted to it. So there is some confusion, whether it was these brothers or other members of high-ranking, I guess you could say criminals of the Samoan community. Yeah. That's right. And so we delve into that, and we go down into the jungle to try to find out exactly what happened. And as you mentioned, the jury has hung twice. So there's a fair amount of evidence in this case that suggests that perhaps the boys were put up to the crime or put up. I'm sorry, put up to confessing to the crime. It's more accurate way to save. Because the police in this case, sent an informant into the jungle to try to get confessions from these brothers and they quote, unquote, confess on videotape. The big open question is, whether they were put up to that confession by the people who actually orchestrated and carried out that crime, what evidence is there to show that they would have been put up to this. So here's, here's an interesting. I'll give you one snippet into that. And there's plenty. When the crime happened. One of the victims identified her shooter as a guy named juice juice is not ever been arrested in this case, the brothers were the three people who were arrested to Rome, James and Joseph top Lucia. And the way we got from juice, being named on the scene as the shooter to those three brothers being arrested wasn't informant came into the police department and said juice didn't do the crime. Instead, you should be looking at my nephews, which were James Drome Joseph. So juices, brother-in-law is the informant. He comes in and tells police don't go look juice. Look at the kids for the crime. Wasn't there? Also. They wire up. Yeah. They just going to add, they wire up these two guys in and they get video that is central to the case as evidence during the trial. What was on the video? Confessing to the to the murder. You know, I am listening to this, and I can't help but think of the net flicks a series about the central park jogger and the central park, five and kids and confessions and, you know, whenever a kid confesses to something, there's always a little bit in my head of was it co. Worst was it was it a natural confession in maybe that's just because of the central park case being brought to light because of that Netflix special, but. Such a suggested environment and especially with with kids. They're young and influenceable. So there was a three day gap between the time of the murders and the time that the police is informant into record the confession. Again, the informant is the brother-in-law of the person who is named as the primary suspect on the scene. So you have all sorts of these family issues going on between these various parties. And you know, it really begs the question as to whether or not these boys were talked into confessing for the murder, and there's evidence that is to do sit in the prosecution zone case about who shot who with which gun, which is inconsistent with the videotaped confessions. Did you have a prior record or they is there any evidence that they were trying to protect him from getting a harsher? And the kids would get. You're gonna have to listen to 'em. Sue. Tease, which by the way, you can download the series that somebody somewhere at apple. Tune in when Spotify, so come along for the ride we've got plenty to say on this found it also on the iheart radio app as well. It's on the podcast. Again, we're talking with David pain and Jodi got lead the podcast host and creators of somebody somewhere. We'll come back with Jodi David, just a moment. Monica Rix, has the latest the school board has approved a resolution to stop randomly searching students with hand held metal detectors or members describe the random searches as disruptive and to humanizing lawn searches will end by July, first of next year, unless there's reasonable suspicion behind a search. The United Nations refugee agency, says record seventy point eight million people have been displaced worldwide because war persecution and other violence, that's an increase of more than two million from last year and trial has been set for at least four people in the case of Malaysia flight seventeen which is blown out of the sky above Ukraine in. Two thousand fourteen all two hundred ninety eight passengers and crew were killed when a missile hit the airliner a woman whose son was killed told the press today trial is set to start next March. We've got to look at the roads for you. Next bluecross.

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"kim lot" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"kim lot" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"And then the more exciting stuff that we haven't still touched in realities like linking genome. Dating microbiome data and understanding in a window size develops their understanding how can provide people with personal expectation around the genome microbiome. While you're definitely a mastermind at this Victor. And and I love how you think big in your tackling populations. Not just the individual and in so super exciting to see you guys moving at the pace year moving and and I'll definitely be keeping up with you guys in by the way, folks, if you're curious about victor's company at mom will provide a link to to the company on the show notes, which you know, you go and find an outcomes rocket that health. Just I tand Etta mom on the search bar and you'll find it there, so Victor this. This is a fascinating stuff getting close to the end here. We're gonna we're gonna do a lightning round. I've got five questions for you. It's the ABC's of Victor paneth. So here are the questions ready. Yup. Going. All right. What's the best way to improve healthcare outcomes? Eating the best ways to get to people being sick. You know, just prevention that's the game. What's the biggest mistake or pitfall to avoid in healthcare? I think it is presuming as provide I guess, it was kilkare system presuming that, you know, what's best for the consumer and not listening to to them to the to the patient. I think the biggest fall is to shutdown solutions versus listened to the consumer than create solutions for them. How do you stay relevant despite constant change? You keep changing. There's no other way. That's the world around us. The keeps changing all the time. And you don't change with. It's gonna stay all of them's. So it's it's a it's a practice today. Practice. Hey, man, my friend. What's one area of focus that drives everything in your organization? A week. I have a vision that we can help people lists two hundred and twenty without ever getting sick or Kevin a mental disease. And I think that's what the area focuses which shows food is kind of the way to Bill. You know, that's gonna keeps me motivated. I I personally do to reach that goal. And I think everybody on the planet Kim lot Victor. I wanna be there with you one twenty. That's a mental age each you. Don't get sick, ma'am. I love it. While folks live to one twenty dive into this interview. Listen to it again Vickers. Definitely got some inspiring thoughts on on really food nutrition wellness, would you say your your book recommendation is to the guests? Gone through so many books, but I there's one book that I keep getting to people. It's the Dow ditching loudness infamous treatise on, cultivate, life and the universe. I I find that to be fascinating because those synthesized wisdom in verses that are just not mind blowing. So I haven't raised in a while. But I when I have to give the Bill to somebody. I don't know I feel you know, they need a little bit of extra push as the book. I gave. Love it how they Jing again, folks. Go to outcomes rock if that health and type in the search bar ETA mom or just I've been Victor Panov. That's Victor P E N E V, you're gonna find this entire interview transcript as well as linked to the books resources in an area. Areas of discussion today before we conclude I love if you could just share a closing thought Victor in the best place for the listeners could get in touch with you on so snug with the best place, the you can Email

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"kim lot" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

10:15 min | 2 years ago

"kim lot" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Probably would. Yeah. That would have been a lotta we were riveted here in the United States day by day. With this incredible story and people thought they're not gonna make it. They're gonna make. A couple of scenarios that people were coming up with to try to rescue them. You know, whether you would create some kind of tube-like system and kind of like slide them in under the water all the way through and stuff. But I mean was the cave was kind of wind e in we and it was pitch black in the water. Wasn't it? That's right. Yeah. It was picked back obviously inside the cave. The the water was stood up with sediment. So for the divers they had virtually zero visibility on a good day. If no one had been three before then they might have had a few inches to see. So it was all done by the diving was done by hand. They felt they way along the the guideline, but you're right all of the options that they could be sold up. We'll put on the table, and frankly, all of them were bad, they contemplated as you say something of inflatable shoop that was one of the Musk's suggestions. They did actually trial that in canal nearby. But as soon as they'd spoken with some of the navy seals about just how shopping jagged rocks are within the long cave. They realized that would never work. They went to the rescue is went to great efforts to try to drill an access hole using industrial machinery that could go several hundred meters through rock, they actually had just started that process when Android a few meters into the Weinstein when the boys were found, and they pulled it off. But that was only going to drill a hole about five inches in diameter. So it was never going to get the boys out that was still could get some oxygen and water. It could be a lifeline to them. And of course, one of the other options the fight most favorable option from much of the rescue period was to simply wife and just plants survive in there until the monsoon was over in the cave. They tried to pump out the water right pumping was going on the whole time humping started early and did not stop huge resources will put into that. And and that certainly made a difference foam the entrance of the cave to what was not became known as a as a can't three which is where I sort of afford operating base was set up for the rescuers. And the divers the on that it probably didn't make much difference. According to many of the hydrologist, and any sorts that actually went in there. But it was it was a it was a good effort. It was withdrawing absolutely. I would assume the water kept coming in the more. They pumped out the more just kept coming in. At some point. They got it under control. And it became a matter of you know, would rent a bit of an inch? But it would go down pretty often. They didn't control it without pumping. It could have been a disaster. So that was probably well worth it. Certainly now whose idea was to say we're going to put some oxygen masks on these kids, and we're going to get them out. Well, amongst the dolphins you had to cave diving experience several of them always thought that was the only way it was. It was going to happen. And the reason for that is a long difficult dives zero visibility. It's something that a recreational scuba dive at would struggle with. It'd be a heck of an effort to pull it off. If you had a few days under your belt, these young boys who could swim a bit, but not really strongly and had never been scuba diving before it was just unthinkable that they could have a regulator in their mouth. They'd have a mosque over. There is I could stay calm food service. And they have never done that before on they weren't scuba divers. No, no, no experience like that. And and and frankly, I I think I would have been able to stay calm at an adult Bank through that sort of terrifying situation, not knowing where you can't see which way's up because anything is. That's the one thing about the scuba diving is a certified scuba diver in pitch black water. You don't know if you're going up or down, correct? That's right. And so and that factored into some of the planning that they did they get the boys out. So the first thing as you mentioned was these food by small, and they the typical scuba two to Moscow and a regulator mouthpiece. So you have this is a single piece of plastic that goes over yours makes us feel around the whole face and the full head down the side of the face around the jewel on and the silicon seals around there. Keep the water out and keeps them pressure in the cylinder that is considered an easier option for notices, and certainly for these boys who are going to be sedated and terms of what you were saying about nine which is up or down. The other thing that I did was to put the oxygen cylinder. That would be connected to the boys. They will put that in front of him strap it to he's not he's back as you might imagine. And then in addition, they put a lid on the five is that the idea was something went wrong, and somehow the the rescue diver ends the boy became a separate separated. Was down to the bottom of the cave. Hopefully, still face down, hopefully, still breathing and remained that weighted down by that tank that lived wife until he's rescued. I bet good feelings lay around in the darkness and. The kid would panic by that time would have no idea. Well, now that that's what we're going to get into. But one quick question. Liam how long did it? Take to get from the entrance to the cave toward the boys were underwater with the diver. How long did it take the diver to make that trip took them walking diving whiting took about six hours to get in about five hours to get out helped along a little bit by the flow of the water. Are you saying they had to they had to swim for five hours? The wooded harm was too strong and most pasta swim. They were mostly pulling themselves along the guideline for five hours at took correct to go from point A to beat way to get out of the cave would take five hours direct. Oh my God. I thought it was just a matter of a half hour or something like that. No, it was it was a huge undertaking. How would you have enough oxygen? Well, as as you would know that that's that's the on what you can do on eighteenth to even the three tanks that they were taking in each of the divers had three straight three times strapped to them and they positioned spit. Thanks, along the way to replenish supplies Opoku. They find them. They had systems worked out the different sports that had been marked the new way that would be had a system of mocking the tanks with different colors, which ones a full and empty at some point in the rescue. They had like Kim lots those sort of glow in the dark blue sixty snapping night. They come to life. They had those types of the tanks that would let them up in green or red for for twelve hours. So the job is would know which thanks that even them and which were empty now. The ordeal, of course, will be how do you get a kid who doesn't know how to be a scuba diver who can't breathe who's never had a mask on most of them? How do you get him for five hours to breathe this tank without panicking or going crazy and getting him out with the diver? And of course, this is where your story in your book has made it all around the world. It's all over the the media today that these kids were sedated tell us about that. That's right. The sedation of the boys was something that was absolutely necessary for this is a lot. It just couldn't have happened. Otherwise, they would have woken up. They would have panicked along the way and put their own lives in danger and possibly the rescue daughter as well. So a decision was made. At the time very secretly for Australian anesthesiologist who was also an expert cave. Diver one of any two people in the world who has that skill set went in and the boys to sleep using topple sedative police academy. He also gave them a couple of other things to help that process. So before the name was injected into the boys lake he was given an anti anxiety, drug abuse, other brand names that would calm him down down to the water's edge would sit Dr Harry, Dr Richard Harris and stuff to how he would give an injection into his leg of ketamine to put him to sleep an injection into his other leg of an anti saliva agent. So that while he was unconscious. He wouldn't rule into the mosque, and therefore create another drowning has an suffocate. So are you saying that they pull these kids through for five hours? And they were knocked out. They were knocked out. None of the boys. Remember, anything factual of the of the escape at all the one of the most kind of stopping things I think all of the rescue and of the sedation process was that the rescue was gonna take ours is about three hours to get the camp three which is sort of the diving diving part of it and during that process, the the kid of Maine would only last. For about an alum. So each of the boys would have to be revised. Each of the the the British recovery actually took one bleach and under time. Each of those expert divers had a little pouch with a preloaded syringe of main separate firms needle and at various stages. They have to read minister that most of the time. This was done at various stations that was set up. And there were other dot instructors volunteered to be there to help them. But on at least one occasion with Jason Johnson. He's boy WorldCom floor in the water while they're in a part of the tunnel. Had no money banks on the side. He was forced to just hold the boys. Best he could samba around with his other hand to get these reloaded ketamine syringes out and find reate minister that the wizards. And he describes it either. Very calm. He's he's a stiff upper lip British guy. He doesn't to the state too much or exaggerate anything. He said, it was a pretty nervous moment with syringes and rep is floating around in the water in these divers were heroes. Absolutely. Yeah. There there are certain breed people who cave diving for fun. Generally has a certain kind of character. They're very careful there often extremely good at what they do professionally and the rest of their loss. They're very sober. Guys who don't react emotionally to things generally speaking because that sort of reaction, of course, can kill you. So these kids were knocked out with the breathing respirator in their mouth. What would keep them full faith? Mosque was was sealed tightly to their almost almost like a helmet. That's right to the front of the. Okay. So they didn't they didn't have anything in their mouths breathing. Like a scuba diver. Correct. Okay. So that helped a little bit. So they're knocked out there sleep. They've got this helmet on leak proof and off they go. For a five hour trip..

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"kim lot" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"kim lot" Discussed on KTRH

"Like that. Right now, it was it was a huge undertaking. How would you have enough oxygen? Well, as as you would know that that's that's the on what you could do on a on a tank to tanks, even the three tanks that they were taking in. So each of the divers had three three tanks strapped to them. And they positioned spit tanks along the way to to replenish supplies. How could they find them? They had systems worked out they had different spots that had been sort of marked that they knew where that would be had a system of mocking the tanks with different colors, which ones were full and empty at some point in the rescue. They had like Kim lots those sort of low in the dock low sixties snap. They they come to life. They had those touch to the tanks that would let them up in green Allred for for twelve hours. The drivers would know which thanks Aaron them and which were empty now. The ordeal, of course, will be how do you get a kid who doesn't know how to be a scuba diver who can't breathe who's never had a mask on most of them? How do you get him for five hours to breathe this tank without panicking going crazy and getting him out with the diver? And of course, this is where your story in your book has made it all around the world. It's all over the the the media today that these kids were sedated tell us about that. That's right. The sedation of the boys was something that was absolutely necessary for this a lot of it just couldn't have happened. Otherwise, they would have woken up would have panicked along the way and put their own lives in danger, and possibly they're rescued operas. Well, so a decision was made at the time very secretly for an Australian anesthesiologist who is also an expert cave. Diver one of only two people in the world who has that skill set went in and. With the boys to sleep using a powerful sedative cold ketamine. He also gave them a couple of other things to help that process. So before the kid of Maine was injected into the boys league, he was given a an anti anxiety drug a business by the brand name zanex that would calm him down would walk him down to the water's edge. Boy would sit in Dr Harry, Dr Richard Harris as lap and talk to Harry would give an injection into his leg of ketamine to put him to sleep an injection into these other leg of an anti saliva agent. So while he was unconscious. He wouldn't rule into the mosque and therefore create another drowning hesitant suffocate. So are you saying that they pull these kids through for five hours? And they were knocked out. They were knocked out. None of the boys. Remember, anything factual of the of the escape at all. But one of the my car. Heart-stopping things I think all of the rescue and of the sedation process was that the the rescue was gonna take ours is gonna take about three hours to get to camp three which is sort of where all the diving the diving part of it and during that process, the the kid of Maine would only last for about an hour. So each of the boys would have to be revised life, so each of the the British recovery divers, the the dog is actually took one boy H and one of the time out each of those expert divers had a little pouch with a preloaded syringe of Kidman separate from its needle and at various stages they had to readmits to that. And most of the time this was done at various stations that was set up and there were other dive instructors had volunteered to be there to help them. But on at least one occasion with Jason Nelson. He's boy WorldCom flow in the water while they were in a part of the tunnel kinda which had no mighty banks on the side. So he was forced to just hold the boys. Best he could fumble around with his other hand to get these reloaded ketamine syringes out and trying readmits to that through the wet suit. And he describes it either very calm, man. He's a he's a stiff upper lip British guy. He doesn't sort the too much or exaggerate anything. And he said, it was a it was a pretty notice moment with syringes and wrap is floating around in the water and the tunnel. These divers were heroes. Absolutely. Yeah. There there are certain breed. People who go cave diving for fun, generally has a certain kind of character. They're very careful there often extremely good at what they do professionally and the rest of their loss. They're very sober. Guys who don't react emotionally to things generally speaking because that sort of reaction, of course, can kill you. So these kids were knocked out with the breathing respirator in their mouth. What would keep them to the full face? The.

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"kim lot" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

12:59 min | 2 years ago

"kim lot" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Two four nine. And welcome back to coast to coast. We are here with Liam Cochran. His book is called miracle indicate we're talking about the dramatic rescue of the twelve youngsters from Thailand and the coach that were trapped for about two weeks in a cave in Thailand. So Liam so they're sending food in there. Do are they pumping air in there to do they need that? Or is the cave got sufficient amount of ear at that time. It did not know that was one of the things that really spit up the efforts and put some level of panic in the rescue efforts was one of the board an m made in and that detected that the the the oxygen in the air was going down, and it was getting towards dangerous levels. If it had dropped a few more percentage points, the balance between Aaron carbon monoxide would have tipped over and the team and the four tire rescuers who stayed with them for most of the time after they were found would have slowly gone to sleep and died in their. So this this is what really made the clock tick, even louder. It was that there was the with a full cost because heavy rains had been full costs for about the the tenth of July. So they had a few days to try and plan how to get the team out. But and I had a bit of a break in the weather to they did catch a bit of luck. But they knew that the heavy monsoon rains coming again. And it's like him again, they probably that was it that. Yes. That would have been. Riveted here in the United States day by day with this incredible story, and you know, people thought they're not gonna make it. They're gonna make it. A couple scenarios that people were coming up with to try to rescue them. You know, whether you would create some kind of tube-like system and kind of like slide them in under the water all the way through and stuff. But I mean, the was the cave was kind of wind e in we and it was pitch black in the water. Wasn't it? That's right. Yeah. It was pitch black obviously inside the cave. The the water was stood up with sediment. So for the divers they had virtually zero visibility on a good day. If no one had been tree before them. They might have had a few inches to see. So it was all done by over diving was done by hand. They felt they were along the the guideline, but you're right all of the options that they could be thought of we'll put on the table, and frankly, all of them were bad. They contemplated as you say some sort of inflatable shoop that was one of the Elon Musk suggestions, they did actually trial that canal nearby. But as soon as they'd spoken with some of the navy seals about just how shopping jagged some of the rocks are within the cave. They realized that would never work. They went to great the rescue is went to great if it's to try to drill an access hole using industrial drilling machinery that could several hundred meters through rock, they actually had just started that process when and drilled a few meters into the launch time when the boys were found, and they called it off. But that was only going to drill a hole about five inches in diameter. So it was never going to get the boys out, and it was still perhaps it could get some oxygen in water could be a lifeline to them. And of course, one of the other options perhaps the fight much favorable option for much of the rescue period was to simply white. And just trying to survive in there until the monsoon was caves. They tried to pump out the water right now. Pumping was going on the whole time humping started early. And it did not stop huge resources were put into that. And and that certainly made a difference from the entrance of the cave to what was it became known as as I can't three which is where I sort of afford operating base was set up for the rescuers and the divers beyond that it probably didn't make much difference. According to many of the hydrologist and experts that actually went in there. But it was it was it was a good effort. It was worth trying. Absolutely. I would assume the water kept coming in the more. They pumped out the more just kept coming in at some point. They got it under control. And it became a matter of you know, if it would write a bit. What are we go up an inch? But it would go down pretty soon. Right. They did control it without pumping. It could have been a disaster. So that was probably well worth it. Certainly now whose idea was it Liam to say we're going to put some oxygen masks on these kids, and we're going to get them out. Well, amongst the dodgers, you had to cave diving experience several of them always thought that was the only way it was going to happen. And the reason for that is it's a long difficult dives zero visibility. It's something that are recreational scuba dive would struggle with. It'd be a heck of an effort to pull it off. If you you know, if you had a few dollars under your belt for these young boys who could swim a bit, but really strongly and had never been scuba dog. And before it was just unthinkable that they could have a regulator in their mouths. They'd have a mosque over there is they could stay calm as pool service. And they've never done that before they weren't scuba divers. No, no, no, no experience like that. And and and frankly odd I think I would stay calm as an adult while while being dragged through that sort of terrifying situation, not knowing where you are. You can't see which way is up. You can't see anything is visibility. And that's the one thing about the scuba diving has a certified scuba diver in pitch black water. You don't know if you're going up or down? Correct. That's right. And so and that factored into some of the planning that they did to get the boys out. So the the first thing as you mentioned with these fooled by smart, and they they differ to the typical scuba moss, which are two paces a mosque and a and a regulator mouthpiece. Have between your lips? This is a single piece of plastic that goes over yours makes us feel around the whole face the full head down the side of the face around the Joel line and the silicon seals around there. Keep the water out and keeps them pressure in as the as the oxygen pumped something from a cylinder. That is considered an easier option for phenomena, and certainly for these boys who are going to be sedated. And in terms of what you were just saying about nine which way is up or down the other thing that they did was to put the oxygen. Cylinder the air cylinder. That would be connected. And to the boy, they will put that in front of him strap it to his front naughty back as you might imagine. And and then in addition, they put a lid waste on the front of that. And the idea was something went wrong, and somehow the the rescue diver, and the boy became a separated Yati was boy would sink down to the bottom of the cave. Hopefully, still face down. I really still breathing and remain that way down by that tank by that lead, wait until he's rescued. I bet could feel his way around and the doctors and try. The kid would panic by that time. Well, the kid would have no idea. That's what we're going to get into. But one quick question. Liam how long did it? Take to get from the entrance to the cave toward the boys were underwater with the diver. How long did it take the diver to make that trip? I took them walking diving whiting took about six hours to get in about five hours to get out helped along a little bit. By the flow of the water. Are are you saying they had to they had to swim for five hours? The water was too strong and most hostile swim. They were mostly pulling themselves along the guideline for five hours at took correct to go from point a to beat way to get out of the cave would take five hours. Correct. Oh my God. I thought it was just a matter of a half hour or something like that. No, it was it was a huge undertaking is how would you have enough oxygen? Well, as as you would know that that's that's the on what you could do on eight hundred two tanks, even three tanks that they were taking in. So each of the divers had three straight three tanks strapped to them, and they positioned spare tanks along the way to to replenish supplies. How could they find them? They had systems worked out they had different spots that had been sort of marked that they knew it. I would be I had a system of mocking the tanks with different colors, which ones were full and empty at some points in the rescue. They had like Kim lots those sort of blowing the dock low sixties snapping they they come to life. They had those attached to the tanks would let them up in green Allred for for twelve hours. So the divers would know which thanks had Aaron them and which were empty now. The ordeal, of course, will be how do you give a kid who doesn't know how to be a scuba diver who can't breathe who's never had a mask on most of them? How do you get him for five hours to breathe this tank without panicking going crazy and getting him out with the diver? And of course, this is where your story in your book has made it all around the world. It's all over the the media today that these kids were sedated tell us about that. That's right. The sedation of the boys was something that was absolutely necessary for this. It just couldn't have happened. Otherwise, they would have woken up would have panicked along the way and put their own lives in danger and possibly rescue diver as well. So a decision was made at the time very secretly for an Australian anesthesiologist who is also an expert cave. Diver one of only two people in the world who has that skill set went in and. Put the boys to sleep using a powerful. Sedative cold kidding me? He also gave them a couple of other things to help that process. So before the kid of Maine was injected into the boy's leg. He was given a an anti anxiety drug a business by the brand name Xanax that would come him down woke him down to the water's edge. Boy would sit in Dr Harry, Dr Richard Harris, his lap and talk to Harry would give an injection into his leg of ketamine to put him to sleep an injection into his other leg of an anti saliva agent. So that while he was unconscious. He wouldn't rule into the mosque and therefore create another drowning hesitant suffocate. So are you saying that they pull these kids through for five hours? And they were knocked out. They were knocked out. None of the boys. Remember, anything factual of the of the escape at all. But one of the most kind of hot stuffing things, I think all the rescue and of the sedation process was that the the rescue was gonna take ours is gonna take about three hours to get the camp three which is sort of where all the diving diving part of it and during that process, the the kid of Maine would only last for about an hour. So each of the boys would have to be reduced. So each of the the the British recovery divers, the the dog is actually took one boy H and one of the time dot out each of those expert divers had a little pouch with a preloaded syringe of kid a main separate from its needle and at various stages they had to readmits to that. And most of the time this was done at various stations that was set up and there were other dive instructors had volunteered to be there to help them. But on at least one occasion with Jason Melanson. He's boy what com floor in the water. Well, they in a part of the tunnel tunnel, which had no money banks on the side. So he was forced to just hold. The boy is best. He could fumble around with these other hand to get these reloaded ketamine syringes out and try and reate minister that through the wet suit. And he describes it either very comment. He's a he's a stiff upper lip. British guy he doesn't so the site too, much or exaggerate anything. And he said, it was a it was a pretty nervous my with syringes and wrap is floating around in the water and the doctor Donald these divers were heroes..

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"kim lot" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

10:32 min | 2 years ago

"kim lot" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"KFI AM six forty. More stimulating talk. And welcome back to coast to coast. We are here with leeann Cochran his book is called miracle in the cave. We're talking about the dramatic rescue of the twelve youngsters from Thailand and the coach that were trapped for about two weeks in a cave in Thailand. So Liam, so they're sending food in there are they pumping air in there to do they need that. Or is the Cape got sufficient amount of ear at that time. Did not know that was one of the things that really spit up and put some level of panic in the rescue efforts was one of the divers board an MA in and that that the that the oxygen in the air was going down, and it was getting towards dangerous levels. If a few more percentage points, the balance between Aaron carbon monoxide would have tipped over and the team and the four tie rescuers who stayed with them for most of the time offer that will found would have slowly going to sleep and died in there. So this this is what really made the clock tick. Even louder. It was that there was the with a full cost because heavy rains had been forecast for about the the tenth of July. So they had a few days to try and plan how to get the team out, but they had a bit of a break in the with it too. They they did catch a bit of luck. But they knew that the heavy monsoon rains with coming again. I think can again, they probably that was it. Yeah. That would have been a lotta we were riveted here in the United States day by day with this incredible story, and you know, people thought they're not gonna make it. They're gonna make it. A couple of scenarios that people were coming up with to try to rescue them. You know, whether you would create some kind of tube-like system and kind of like slide them in under the water all the way through and stuff. But I mean was the cave was kind of wind e in weedy, and it was pitch black in the water. Wasn't it? That's right. Yeah. It was pitch black obesity inside the cave. The the water was stood up with sediment. So for the divers they had virtually zero visibility on a good day. If no one had been before then they might have had a few inches to see. So it was all done by the diving was done by hand, soap, they way along the the guideline, but you're right all of the options that they could be thought up we'll put on the table, and frankly, all of them were bad, they contemplated as you say some sort of inflatable shoop that was one of the Elon Musk suggestions. They did actually trial that in a canal nearby. But as soon as they'd spoken with some of the navy seals about just how shopping jagged rocks within the cave. They realized that would never work. They went to the rescue is went to great if to try to drill an access hole using industrial drilling machinery that could go several hundred meters through rock, they actually had just started that process when Andrew made it into the Weinstein when the boys were found, and they called it off. That was only going to drill a hole about five inches in diameter. So it would never going to get the boys out. It was still perhaps it could get some oxygen in water. It could be a lifeline to them. And of course, one of the other options the fight much favorable option for much of the rescue period. Was to simply Weiss and just survive in there until the monsoon was over in the cave. They tried to pump out the water right now. Pumping was going on the whole time humping started early and did not stop huge resources were put into that. And that certainly made a difference from the entrance of the cave to what was it became known as as can't three just sort of afford uprating base was set up for the rescuers and the divers the beyond that probably didn't make much difference. According to many of the hydrologist and experts that actually went in there. But it was it was it was a good effort. It was trying. Absolutely. I would assume the water kept coming in the more. They pumped out the more just kept coming in. At some point. They got it under control, and it became a matter of would rent a bit. What are we go up an inch? But it would go down pretty soon. That's right. They can control it but without pumping. It could have been a disaster. So that was probably well worth it. Certainly now whose idea was to say we're going to put some oxygen masks on these kids, and we're going to get them out. Well, amongst the dolphins you had to cave diving experience several of them always thought that was the only way it was going to happen. And the reason for that is it's a long difficult dives your visibility. It's something that a recreational scuba dive would struggle with. It'd be a heck of an effort to pull it off. If you're you know, if you had a few under your belt, so these young boys who could swim a bit, but really strongly and had never been scuba diving before it was just unthinkable that they could have a regulator in their mouth. You'd have a mosque there is they could stay calm as they were pooled service, and they have never done that before they weren't scuba divers. No, no, no experience like that. And and and frankly, I think I would have been I would stay calm. Well being dragged through that sort of terrifying situation, not knowing where you are. You can't see which way is up to come. See anything has visibility. That's the one thing about the scuba diving is I'm a certified scuba diver. If you're in pitch black water. You don't know if you're going up or down, correct? That's right. And so. And that factored into some of the planning what they did to get the boys out. So the first thing as you mentioned with these food by small, and they if it's a typical scuba masks, which are two pieces a mosque and a and a regulator mouthpiece. You have this is a single piece of plastic that goes over your makes us feel around the whole face the full head down the side of the face around the Joe line and the silicon seals around there. Keep the water out. It keeps them pressure in the as the OC. He's something from a cylinder. That is considered an easier option for novices. And and certainly for these boys who are going to be sedated and terms of what you were saying about not knowing which is up or down the other thing that they did was to put the oxygen. Cylinder the air cylinder. That would be connected to the boy, they put that in front of him strap it to he's not he's back as you might imagine. And and then in addition, they put a lid waste on the front is that and the idea was something went wrong, and somehow the the rescue diver and boy became a separate as Yati was boy would seek down to the bottom of the cave. Hopefully, still face down really still breathing and remain that weighted down by that tank by that live Weiss until he's rescued. I bet could feel his way around and the doctors and try. The kid would panic by that time the kid would have no idea. Well, now that that's what we're going to get into. But one quick question. Liam how long did it? Take to get from the entrance to the cave toward the boys were underwater with the diver. How long did it take the diver to make that trip? I took them walking diving weighting it took about six hours to get in about five hours to get out helped along a little bit. By the flow of the water. Are are you saying they had to they had to swim for five hours the water? Current was too strong and most pasta swim. They were mostly pulling themselves along the guideline for five hours took correct to go from point eight OBT to give out of the cave would take five hours. Correct. Oh my God. I thought it was just a matter of a half hour or something like that. No, it was it was a huge undertaking. How would you have enough oxygen? Well, as as you would know that that's that's beyond what you could do on eight thanks to tanks, even the three tanks. They would taking in each of the divers had three straight three tanks. Struck to them and they positioned spare tanks along the way to replenish supplies. How could they find them? They had systems worked out they had different spots. There have been sort of marked the new way that would be had a system of mocking the tanks different colors, which ones were full and empty at some point in the rescue. They had like Kim lots those sort of blowing the dock low sixties snapping they they come to life. They had those types of the tanks would let them up in green or red for for twelve hours the drivers with no which thanks Aaron them, and which were empty now. The ordeal, of course, will be how do you get a kid who doesn't know how to be a scuba diver who can't breathe who's never had a mask on most of them? How do you get him for five hours breathed this tank without panicking going crazy and getting him out with the diver? And of course, this is where your story in your book has made it all around the world. It's all over the the media today that these kids were sedated tell us about that. That's right. The sedation of the boys was something that was absolutely necessary for this. It just couldn't have happened. Otherwise, they would have woken up. They would have panicked along the way and put their own lives in danger and possibly their rescue dog as well. So a decision was made at the time very secretly for an Australian anesthesiologist who was also an expert cave. Diver one of only two people in the world who has that skill set went in and. With the boys to sleep using a powerful sedative cold Kimmy. He also gave them a couple of other things to help that process before the name was injected into the boys league he was given a an anti anxiety drug business by the brand name. That would come him down will come down to the water's edge would sit in Dr Harry, Dr Richard Harris as lap and stuck the Harry would give an injection into his leg of ketamine to put him to sleep an injection into his other leg of an anti saliva agent. So that while he was unconscious. He wouldn't rule into the mosque and therefore create another drowning hesitant suffocate. So are you saying that they pull these kids through for five hours? And they were knocked out. They were knocked out. None of the boys. Remember, anything factual of the of the escape at all. But one of the kind of hot still think things I think all of the rescue and of the sedation process was that the rescue was gonna take ours is going to take about three hours to get the camp three which is sort of all the diving the diving part of it and during that process, the the kid of Maine would only last for about an so each of the boys would have to be revised..

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"kim lot" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"kim lot" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"In holes invoicing yes not from australia from new zealand new zealand kiwi yes hey you going on how you doing do saw up with back to the show it's so good to see you when i listen to accent i have to which one of you is talking now let me is you dirk doesn't see into lot walk me at all mowing that's how you lies you just start saying their accent that you take their wallet and they take their identity that's how it's yeah that's of course how would start exit while it identity well throat punch also throw punch a given sure so that doesn't have to be in the instructions right so chris good to see you this crispus name k we increase oh sorry kiwi it's so good to see you this jerk thirsty grandchildren since the last time i since the last time i saw you about two years ago no well rudy and i have been in the speed force for three years and it just it took a millisecond here but we became best friends hostal in the speed falls minutes before yappy the mom thing maybe early where we will exit dental into dimensional trivial brought a full in holes in a discover things that's mark thing brought feeling the whole feeling to the speed force it was an awesome if it'd beat tight and then come out how long were you in the speed many times realatively well yeah yeah how many holes do you lot of very clumsy beat of a clumsy mean you sorted as you were walking in here i noticed luckily there were no holes in the floor here all in all but let me tell you used to fill in the hole and guess what i discovered what's that all thirty and kim lot are thirty and kimeli kimball kimmel walk lean salat greenvag merlin.

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"kim lot" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"kim lot" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Months down the road one in the neighborhood was hurt at least ten people been killed 1500 buildings including many homes have burned down in a bunch of wildfires in northern california most of these fires have limited or no containment these are very rapidly burning fires how far director kim lots of santa rose has been hit particularly hard earning department stores of you know burning box stores impacting hospitals fourteen fires have been burning across eight counties pimlot says the folks has been getting people out of threatened buildings to save their lives rather than fighting the fires the trump administration's planning on getting rid of a clean power plan put in place by president obama designed to cut down on global warming epa administrator scott pruitt says he's going to sign to date withdraw from the clean power plan we've made tremendous progress as a country without them mandate you know without the getting the step in and insane thou shalt be these things and pick winners and losers protest help put out a new set of rules now that the socalled war on coal is over he be as expected declared the plan exceeded of federal law by setting emission standards power plants couldn't reasonably meet the trump administration's decision to control to cancel some clean engine rules will have little impact here in california governor brown says the state clean energy plan has already gone far beyond the federal goals justscrapped by the administration the governor says he signed a law to force california to reduce all emissions to below ninety ninety levels by 2030 the latest state electricity reports show the only coalgenerated power is being imported from plant in other states and it's a small amount each year the governor says the trump administration's decision two hundred rounds through the door at hotel security guard he's whose compost then shot at the crowd below compost had showed up at the scene after an larma went off in another room bottles as paddock may have intentionally fired a fuel tanks at the local airport that were hit a moment in pensacola florida has been sentenced to three years probation for king a woman's carter restaurant the car kear is the wife of.

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"kim lot" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"kim lot" Discussed on Masters in Business

"About how a clinton tax oh yeah basically changed the dynamics of co compensation and lead to people saying all right let's kim lot of stock options cassette doesn't cost us any i talked about that in the in the gold ask passport to as uh one of the greatest examples of unintended consequences ever they tried to put a cap on ceo pay cash pay cash pay was it like a million galleon ten million and above that the taxes became onerous right so what two things happened from that one is a average ceo pay was not ten million at the time but it quickly can i urged on short million and stock options so which came a norm which became enormous so now wellintentioned move by clinton up blew up in a you know the countries face so you have the tax policy and then on top of everything else you have the faz be accounting that basically says well stock options really aren't a cost you know just because you have to actually go out and buy it in the market doesn't mean it's a cost to the show and if they are you should you might be able to repress them any way rafter the fatso it so that was just one of those things in when people look at how ceo pay as run away that's one factor but there has to be the consultants or one things that the tax changes is something else the count and treatment is something else any other fact eight bs mi lay some blame at their doorstep a for helping a be build the ceo fame machine rights so the case method is teaches us from the perspective of the ceo what would you do how would you save this company you you you gray and then a foiled and magazine can mckenzie harvard.

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"kim lot" Discussed on Soonish

Soonish

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"kim lot" Discussed on Soonish

"Under those conditions are full clinicalstrength approaches what you might think of as kimbell lock sh sh sh when kim lot happens on an airplane you freshen burn when heavens on a rocket your lost in space forever and in a way that maybe the danger were facing right now because of trump here's the kind of thing i'm talking about back in february a federal judge in washington state named james robot blocked enforcement of president trump's travel ban targeting citizens of majority muslim countries trump went on the attack in a series of tweets where he labelled robart a quote socalled judge and tried to blame him preemptively for future terrorist attacks that set off loud alarm bells for legal scholars who saw it as an attempt to undermine judicial independence and framed any and all dissent as illegitimate but even as trump has tried to overstep his bounce congress has been under stepping there's ever since the inauguration evidence has been piling up that russia interfered in the 2016 elections and that the trump campaign was in constant communication with russian officials but for months republicans in congress seemed to want to dismiss the whole matter he wasn't until after trump fired fbi director james comey for refusing to end the bureau's russia probe that congress seemed to rediscover its own powers of investigation komitch resulting testimony revealed among many other things that trump has the strange idea that the fbi director's loyalty should be to the president spike you explain your in independence he kept coming back to i need loyalty i expect loyalty had you ever had any those kind of request before from anyone else you've worked for in the government.

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