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"kim shepard" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime

Scene Of the Crime

04:27 min | 10 months ago

"kim shepard" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime

"To retire. But the lewis county attorney. General's office called him back into service to help solve the murder of diana robertson from the beginning the case has been muddy but there are few things that we do know for sure in the early morning hours of december twelfth nineteen eighty five twenty one year old diana robertson set out for a day trip with her thirty six year. Old boyfriend michael rimmer and their two and a half year old daughter crystal to get a christmas tree. Another thing we know for sure. Diana and michael never did get that christmas tree in fact that very same afternoon crystal would be found alone abandoned at a kmart store where were her parents. That mystery would go unanswered for eight weeks until a grim discovery was made diana's body was found in a remote wooded area viciously stabbed eighteen times with a tube sock tied around her neck stabbed. Eighteen times someone trying to kill somebody that somebody with a passion. The where was michael had he murder. Diana had he murdered others to just four months earlier a couple had been found murdered. The woman's body had also been found with a tube sock tied around her neck. Was it coincidence. Or was a serial killer on the loose for driving stuff people. Try to link it all together and you watch me be totally wrong. A young mother was murdered over three decades later. Her case remains unsolved. Detective beale has opened up the case file for scene of the crime because he is doing whatever it takes to find out what happened to diana robertson conscientious effort to get closure for the families anytime i needed. Five ten thousand dollars sits their dna. That was just recently sent to the lab. Finally help solve this case. I'm carolina soria with kim shepard and this is the scene of the crime. I love the way the detective in this case is both really passionate about his opinion of what might have happened to.

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"kim shepard" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

Chicks in the Office

06:11 min | 11 months ago

"kim shepard" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

"By them. They are great the pillows So when you get the mattress you get to free pillows as well helixsleep dot com slash chicks. It looks like we may have the name of our new bachelor. This is all moving very quickly. I think we thought perhaps we would have some time to play the game a little bit all. Who's going to be a michelle season. But i'm just guessing that if all of this is coming out now of course. They've already started their starting production. Which is why this came out. E a got a hold of some pictures of it looked like they were filming. And you're like oh. I think this is the guy klay. An eckerd Is his name. I hope i'm saying his name right easy. Aj rda's last name and at this point like i know i guess it's technically a spoiler. Because he is going to be on michelle's season. But there's so many other guys. And i always feel like going in to a season. There's always a story or something viral that happened with one of the contestants that you immediately already know their their. Their days are numbered. Knowing that this one guy doesn't make it is going to hurt anybody and when we know that they're picking the bachelor from this group of guys right and it's clearly just now. It's clear he's going home quick. I would think i yeah. Unless he goes far. I would be so shy. Would be really surprised. He goes if he goes far. Just from just from the turnaround right like it's harder to sell the love story of. Hey this guy's ready to fall in love when he had like fucking ten days in between you know michelle season ending in them and then whatever it is two weeks like i feel like i just saw in the last week or so them talking about michelle season ending right and caitlyn like tr- going home and shit like that like the host like talking about things coming to an end so i do think you would have to be a guy sent home earlier Who may be. Everybody is gonna love very quickly but michelle not for her. There's really not must've say about this. Because i know nothing about him. That's a cool wrinkle into it. We're like now you just watch him knowing it'd be like he's of studying like yeah and there's shouldn't even know about him. No yeah we just know. Like basic bio steffi's twenty eight from missouri He kind has colon vibes. Just like looks wise. Just you know blonde hair. football kid. played college football mizzou and as an undrafted rookie into sixteen. He was signed to the seattle seahawks in his instagram bio said washed up athlete. Now trying his luck in orthopedic sales. See for me. This is why we just need to wait and see because what we were hearing was like. Oh like the producers. There's something different about this guy. They loved well. We've heard about the almost football players. Had the we've had the we've had this but we've we've seen it before so there must be something different about him. Just gonna have to wait and see exactly. I think we'll find out but it really does seem like this is him because not only. Do we have all these reports but we also had might fleece on twitter saying Know next guy next bachelor's coming from michelle season then he yells tweeted and name starts with a c. So i think it's pretty pretty clear that this guy at this point so clayton guests. You're up looking forward to getting to know you. Well well what. What do you know. Kim kardashian jumps on the ellen. Show she's talking about the fam- she's talking about kylie. She's talking about travis and courtney but she's also talking about north. The little diva north. That she is that north has only you know. She wishes she was an only child. She still has only child. Phase and kim shepard that it's been a struggle to get her to go to even get to school because there's times says he refuses to ride in the car to school with her brother and that kim is the corporate mom on occasion and so because there's so many friends and cousins in the neighborhood. She's the carpool mom. Sometimes they have to go in. Different cars like north. We'll have to go in one car with her friends and then another car will have to take like saint with the rest of the family members because north only wants to be with her friends Kim said that she'll have to separate the kids because north one zero music. She wants her own bye-bye she wants to sing with their friends So i have to trade off. It's always a thing bribes. I took away two things from this. Okay one they're going to school going to school. They're going to school. I told you so no but no let say my second point. Northwest is not going to high school. That's what i took from this whole thing. She's got be put in separate cars and listen to certain music and get certain vibes. The end of the cameras gonna make her know him is not going to go right now to school. She doesn't want to. I think it's going is gonna be my guess. I think they're gonna believe person at school until and then it's going to be different for every every kid i i think some are gonna make it all the way through high school. Some are not. I think north. He's gonna say probably gonna try one year in high school and depending on how it goes hunting or not. Yes because i also i mean do you not just get fucking queen. Bee energy from north running highlight. She would go into her freshman year and be like. I got a fucking. I'm gonna run school possible. I also took something else away from this. Are these celebrities all listening to this. Podcast kim kardashian is talking about school.

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"kim shepard" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime

Scene Of the Crime

06:26 min | 11 months ago

"kim shepard" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime

"Did. So randy was arrested in. October of nineteen ninety-one one on charges of first degree murder at the time they also executed a search warrant on his home one of the One of the detectives there would describe what they found quote. I next assisted upstairs with a room on the east side of the house. The room contained a full set of drums. Numerous bookcases a television and a couch. The detective hones in on what he describes as an old book of a japanese martial arts that described in detail the art of killing someone with one's bare hands. That is not an art but go on knowing how cynthia had died. This was obviously a significant. Find and i kind of love the poetic justice in the fact that female detective was the one to find that evidence. I mean in nineteen ninety. I'm sure there weren't a whole lot of female detectives who were out there so the fact that it was a female detective ruined his operation of abusing and take advantage and murdering these women. I just love that well and you know what. She's an amazing detective. I actually reach out to our to interview for this but she was one of the detectives that was on the green river killer case names. Detective superiors added familiar. Yes and she. When i was looking through her right up. Because basically all those documents that i was poring throughout the prosecutor's office like they have to do their own chronology of like what they did on a day to day basis. She was so thorough. She was so like tracking down every single. Lead and really like documented the whole entire thing so it would have been wonderful to speak with her. But i felt like i did because i got to know her style and she actually was the one that took the extra time to smooth out. A wadded up clump of paper in his filing cabinet. That turned out to be that four-page letter that cynthia had written titled randy hates cindy and so it was like wadded up as if someone wanted to throw it away and yet it was kept. I think that from what i read. He was very meticulous about these files and he didn't want anyone going through stuff like one of his former girlfriend's the one who got away dawn. The second donna who was like f. This out of here this guy. Is you know really creeping me out. She would say that he didn't want her looking through his stuff. It almost feels like a trophy kind of a thing. It was all wadded up and like maybe she had thrown it away and he had pulled it out of garbage to keep it. I don't know. I mean i feel like i mean i feel like it was a trophy or something. Because why would you keep that. Especially if you're looking into you know i mean it just shows his hubris. I thought that he could get away with anything and he wanted to keep that like for whatever reason he got off on you know randy aiding exactly. Yeah yeah i mean if you let me tell you. A kim has the tiger in iraq. People like i know it is a very much trigger. But i mean my heart goes out because sometimes you just don't realize these monsters and then it's like what do you do and how do you handle it. I mean you feel trapped. Yeah and it's not enough for him. It sounds like to get control to murder these women to get money. I mean it goes a step further where he has to punish and humiliate them absolutely and it goes back to his high school girlfriend who basically said. He hates women and girls so during the trial. Prosecutors contended that randy had held cynthia underwater and then rode slowly back to shore. Ross third wife testified that she and randy had been river rafting. Like as as i mentioned before and it was her impression that he had attempted to intentionally sink their craft. Another woman testified that had wanted to marry her but dropped her when he found out that she had cancer and couldn't get life insurance so everything is just stacking up against him. They didn't have any physical evidence tying randy to the murder of cynthia but they were able to paint a very convincing picture. that randy's motive was financial. They showed all the evidence that he that they hadn't covered the route. Randy's life that he had repeatedly attempted to to defraud insurance companies and had stolen from his employers and nearly every job he'd ever had you know. Of course. I'm glad that randy was found guilty of cynthia's murder but i am a little surprised that it happened without any real physical evidence to prove how he did it. I mean yada guy is messed up. But we've seen in so many cases where people don't act the way we expect them to in a traumatic situation. Which i think. The death of a spouse definitely would be considered so even though he was acting really bizarrely when he rolled the raft back to shore with her body when he was getting. The body cremated without the permission of the family. Yeah these are all strange behaviors. But they're not necessarily evidence of a crime. It's not enough to prove he killed her. But it sounds like they convicted him largely on circumstantial evidence because they had so much of it. Yeah they deliberated for eight hours before finding randy guilty of the first degree murder of cynthia and also theft charges in connection with stealing social security money from her children from that previous marriage where her husband had passed away and randy was sentenced to fifty years in prison. He was never charged for genesis. His death in one thousand nine hundred one which is interesting again. Because all that circumstantial evidence they used it to prove cynthia's death but couldn't use it to prove genesis. Apparently i think they were like we're gonna get him on this and we can use what happened. Yeah i mean i i. Don't i feel like you know janice really was. I mean we've talked about this where there other murders that people have obviously committed. But do we want to take the resources to route to prove it and they could approve. Prove it back then. They could not prove beyond a reasonable doubt in their mind that it wasn't an accident because there was just two of them there in this particular case there were all the people that were on the shore. There i mean like you said circumstantial but when you put it all together i mean it was like it took him eight hours. So i'm carolina soria with kim shepard and this is the scene of the crime..

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"kim shepard" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime

Scene Of the Crime

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"kim shepard" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime

"The plane with a heavy heart. He hadn't seen his father in five years. And this would be anything but a happy reunion more than six hours. He said on that plane. Mulling over what to say. It had been a year since his father had been diagnosed with cancer and he was still refusing treatment. Greg and the rest of the family had been trying to change his mind for months. But jerry had his reasons. Sixty four year old boeing retiree was caring for his elderly mother. She was suffering from alzheimer's unable to walk or even feed herself. Jerry couldn't imagine going through chemo while also taking care of grandma but greg didn't want to lose. His dad was on a six hour flight from arkansas to seattle trying to find the words that we changed his father's mind about treatment. Once he touchdown at seatac picked up his bag. Greg expected to see his father waiting to pick him up. There was no sign of him. So greg walked around a bit more after more than three hours past. Greg had to give up. He decided to catch a shuttle to his father's house in everett. Another hour for greg to try and come up with just the right words. The shuttle pulled up to a dark house. Lights were out the shades. Drawn and greg would discover. The front door was locked so he climbed into a window and was met by a nightmare. His eighty nine year old grandmother in a blood spattered wheelchair with shredded. Bits of newspaper in her mouth. But what about his father was. He said that that wish is dead. You say that you wouldn't kill them. I believe. I said it'd be nice if he was dead. I'm kim shepard with carolina socio and..

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"kim shepard" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime

Scene Of the Crime

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"kim shepard" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime

"A quick word before we jump in this is an ongoing investigation and the opinions of the hosts and interviewees are opinions not facts. Everyone is presumed innocent. Unless proven otherwise in a court of law. I'm kim shepard. I'm carolina oh and this is. The scene of the crime are keenum the mysterious death of autumn stone. Nine hundred. hi my name is justin and there is. It's body in green lake. It's a female belly side down. We have a female ligature around her neck and was fished out of green lake. Maybe we should investigate this like sorry. My daughter did not do the tursunov. Hanger smoke with shoelace. There's no way he of multiple protection orders on him with different women and he's in the hammock if defeat from where automous pulled out. Did they graph in them. Go see new. That did that and she was going to get answers. That day stressing the word day. Not do what i did. I know what i didn't do. I really didn't. I don't know what's going. On previously. on our canaan in autumn stones young life. She had come a long way from the quiet shy little girl who was bullied in school to coming into her own. Finding love with tyler and creating the cohesive family unit that they both craved so much she was more than just a headline and our mission is to help you get to know the whole person before we get to the tragic and mysterious circumstances of her death. It's a clock that some say had been punched nine days before her death the night. She left her precious four week. Old baby derek. Alone with his father for less than fifteen minutes. Here's how autumn's grandparents john and val rush remember that night in her room which we have sitting room also and tyra came running in yelling. What did you say tyler. And he said he's having trouble breathing or in the baby out. So i took the baby and to my shoulder and seemed to be okay again. Held him out like this. The repercussions of derek's cataclysmic. Injuries rocked autumn and her family to their core. Despite all of autumn's care and good intentions. Her precious baby boy was left clinging to life when autumn and tyler rushed him to the hospital. It wasn't long before. Janine was at her sister side as they awaited. News derek's condition and to learn what caused it. Janine says she was shocked by tyler's robotic demeanor at the hospital. When i showed up and you know a hugged both been the first time like we found out i went went to hospital how dominate like. I'm so sorry and it was just kind of cold and emotionless. There was nothing. I got hike half a hug back but it was just there was nothing. It was just yeah. This is really hard at the time. Many of these details didn't necessarily seem strange or out of place but now knowing what would become autumn just nine days later it puts a whole new light on every moment that passed from that point forward remember autumn and her entire family say they were in the dark about tyler's past how a few years earlier he'd gone to jail for shaking his first child abigail when she was four weeks old. We're all sitting in a meeting aroma. Table and mason will tired or you've done this before and we all gas auburn collapsed in her mother's lap sabi and he said well i didn't tell you looking at jamie and i because i wanted you to accept me. We all break out in hysterical. Wally i mean talk about a gut punch hurt. Rip down your face and he takes his baseball cap and puts over his face not a tear. Not a word. Autumn and tyler were both interviewed at the hospital by everett police. The doctor is determined. Derek's injuries were consistent with child. Abuse and child protective services took custody of the baby. They also told autumn that she wouldn't be allowed to have custody of her older son. Two year old ethan. While they investigated the abuse ethan would be in the sole custody of his father. Jacob autumn was left devastated. Both of her boys had been taken away and she had called off the wedding with tyler but her family was there full force to help her pick up the pieces. She actually came over to my house and stayed the night with me and just cried. We sat in my bed. And we cried and i tried to get her mind off of it. And what was she saying to you when you guys were in. That moment was she like. I can't believe he did this or you have to believe me. I didn't do it. Like what were those conversations like. She was upset. And you know we were talking and i asked her. Did you know about is past juno that he had done that and she said no you know i didn't require it in. She's like i can't. You can't believe that i can't see my baby. What am i gonna do without my babies and you know we just kind of. We talked through everything in that. That was when she was like i. I still love tyler. I just bad was when she decided she could with him. And you know she's like. I still love him. I just i don't know what to do. She also went to visit her. Nanna joy leah who proved time and time again throughout autumn slave that she could be counted on for unconditional love and support the conversation autumn. I had was just because someone has done. Something doesn't mean you stop loving. You can distance yourself from that person that that doesn't mean you stop caring about the and is probably the only person understood how she felt. When everything was down she.

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"kim shepard" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime

Scene Of the Crime

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"kim shepard" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime

"When i was talking to my husband about this and i was seen briefly saying yeah one of them or no he heard your ts from the i. Five tony's like let me guess it was the guy and i'm like yeah but i mean i think that like jodi arias. I don't know if you've ever followed that case. But like she tried doing that thing with the crying and the like simple and plain clothing and you know they were like She did it like. I think that people are just like. We're wising up wising up. Yeah i mean it feels like you know sh- something. She should've gotten something for that. That's a lot of a lot of carnage a lot of people dying because of her plan. Yeah so what's coming up for next week so come next week. We're going to stay in bremerton. But we're going to fast forward to nineteen eighty-six where other and her four year old daughter are murdered. We're gonna tap citizens lose to see if we can help solve this case. My couldn't imagine. Yeah so but one thing i wanted to say. You know we so appreciate your guys's feedback when you reach out to us on our facebook channel and all of our other platforms but we loved know any cases that you're interested in having us cover you know whenever we mentioned that we get a flurry of of Armchair detectives reaching out to us. And we love it so much when you do that because you know there are so many cases out there that we haven't even heard of it are fascinating like this irwin's point case from this week. I mean i haven't heard of it before you know it was brought to our attention and it's incredible so please definitely reach out to us and as always you know if you have a couple of minutes you know if you're hanging around I just say it like this review. I'm kim shepard with caroline desario and this is the scene of the crime..

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"kim shepard" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime

Scene Of the Crime

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"kim shepard" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime

"You know it's it's sort of It's a a real condemnation of of his appetite and Threshold for physical contact. Says a coach would normally advertise. I mean less like the guy. Were brutally honest. It's not a trait. You really want in a wide receiver And it's i think it's pretty remarkable. That coach minutes like commend the code for his honesty. But it's a it's a strange thing to say about one of your players who has aspirations of getting drafted in also fits with what i was reading in psychology today about why some people will expose themselves and it's to prove their masculinity so if you actually have this cowardice in you that you're trying to cover up or deny it would make sense that you would then do things like expose yourself to counteract that. Yeah then you know. John makes a really interesting point. That woodfield was a ticking time. Bomb and football seemed to for a short time. Keep him on. Track to the story thinking This was going to be another coddled athlete to his. You know is his defects and flaws were overlooked by coaches and teammates who cared more about keeping eligible. Then doing the right thing which which we see you know. regrettably is fairly common theme in sports it. It didn't really happen that way. I mean i think this was someone who just You know you meet a once. And he seems like a nice enough guy and he's a good looking guy and you can carry a conversation and he was part of the fellowship of christian athletes. He seems of like a pretty normal college kid and then he also had this this dark side in strange side and at first surfaced know before he got to college when he was a teenager and then it seemed to intensify something that you know. I put this out there in the stories that for a while. Football stayed this off and this guy had these ambitions to be a football player and it was a a distraction and it sort of kept his His baser impulses that at bay and once football was no longer something he could pursue was. It was clear he wasn't going to play in the nfl. That's when things took a really dark turn. I want to end on one thing. When i first started the interview with kris van. Dyke you know the prosecutor who i really enjoyed talking to just the elephant in the room. His dad is dick van dyke. Here's the one time. I'm always trying to connect people with the same name. And here's the one time i don't. I was waiting for your listen to obvious academy well so i forgot to ask him in the beginning of the interview. Okay what are you doing now. So i could introduce improperly so at the end of the interview i was asking him if he was still a prosecutor and i wanted to include what he said about our criminal justice system. Because i think it's totally spot on in my opinion and i just really enjoyed his perspective after one. Term the da. I had gone to enough homicide. Seems and dealt with enough tough cases actually went to work for nike for almost twenty years. I as a lawyer that in marketing communications. And now i'm just i'm doing consulting work for conservation mutations and outdoor No doubt you've seen what a lifetime of immersing yourself in these horrible cases and tragedies does to your view of humanity and of life and I felt a lot of friends who worked in law enforcement. And there's a lot of continue to struggle with a very negative views of people and and life in general. And i and i did what i could. I ran kind of correct. Some of the problems. That are going out of marion county. At the time. I got them done and i was ready to move on. You know it's just The criminal justice system is in in my view anyway ill-equipped to do with deal with the complexities of what drives criminal behavior you know. It's i describe it as dealing with surgery with a sledgehammer and chainsaw You just don't have the tools deal with The problems of addiction and broken families and Poverty and race and all the other things that go into this complicated stu a criminal behavior and I just finally got tired of dealing with the clumsy tools. We had you know in the case of woodfield that was. That's a no brainer. Right get this guy off the street But those these sorts of cases are a small fraction of what the day in and day out cases are in law enforcement through. There's a lot of just tragedies that but for some other intervening fours could've been avoided and you know those are the cases you see every day if you only work to put people like whitfield in prison. That'd be really easy. Yeah yeah. I don't know how people do it but i think you know we're seeing the results of the system. Not working today. I mean with all tests in defunding police efforts. And you know i think in another part of that. Not just the defunding police. But like let's get social workers in there. Let's have social servants agencies as part of this process that the criminal justice system shouldn't just be crime and punishment there needs to be a social service rehabilitation effort. That happens alongside. It just hasn't been well. And i mean he's a prosecutor and i think a lot of people within the framework of law enforcement feel the same way system is broken. How do we fix it. You know how do we. We can't have police. Be the last line of defense when somebody's in crisis and and i think that you know doing the podcast at least for me personally telling stories what happened. How how. it's not just in a vacuum that this happens. We get here. it was hood like. Where did things go wrong. Where might we have been able to change things before we got this point. Yeah so i just felt like he did such a great job of kind of summing up. You know where we're at and it is brain surgery and we are dealing with it with like a sledgehammer. I hope we can get to the point where we can start putting away that that tool and really getting in there and i don't know having more fine tuned equipment. Yes yes. So what do we have for next week. She at this next one is going to have so many twists and turns so is in the nineteen thirties. A bunch of people are partying at this beach. House with all of them wind up murdered. And there's a man and a woman a couple were arrested for the crime but only one of them will wind up paying the price. This is a really interesting story. So make sure your subscribe to scene of the crime so that you get notified every time a new episode drops. I'm caroline assyria with kim shepard and this is the scene of the crime..

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"kim shepard" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime

Scene Of the Crime

08:08 min | 2 years ago

"kim shepard" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime

"His for the taking. Whether he was a modern day Robin Hood or an envious teen with no regard for his many victims. There's one thing that's undisputable Colton? Harris. Moore was a smart kid from a troubled home who wasn't afraid to follow his dreams. No matter the cost. It. Would all come to a head on a hot summer night in two thousand ten. After nearly two years on the run barefoot bandit was spotted at Marina on harbour island in the Bahamas someone called out to him Hey, stop what are you doing year? But the barefoot bandit dropped his shoes and shirt on the dock and jumped into the water. He swam out into the darkness and managed to climb onto a boat with the keys still inside. But the police were hot on his tail in a yacht of their own they gave chase firing of the stolen vote disabling the engine the bandit was cornered. Ready to give up just yet he took out a gun and pointed it at his own head threatening to pull the trigger. But he decided to give himself up instead. Still, barefoot the band was handcuffed and taken back to shore to the police station where he was met by throngs of followers. Son Cheering capture others just tried to catch a glimpse of the poverty stricken team made his dreams his reality at least for a time. He's not the only kid who's ever grown up with big dreams or rebelled against his troubled past. So how did he get here? Why Colton? and. Where is he now? I'm Kim Shepard with Caroline's Oreo, and this is the scene of the crime. So Kim, I knew you were going to have fun taking this one on the intrigue, his Childhood Backstory, the audacity of the case. Right. So the barefoot bandit case was huge not only in the Pacific northwest, but nationally internationally. But before we get down to it, I just wanted to take a moment. Thank all of our listeners for their support lots of praise coming our way which feels great and I wanNA give a shoutout to jack the skunk from our youtube channel. He says that he thought episode on Ted Bundy Buried Secrets. He says, it's one of the Best Bundy podcast I've heard, which is pretty high praise. That is oh many. Yeah. You know takes on the Ted Bundy case. So I I really WANNA thank. Jack the skunk for that, and we also appreciate that if you haven't already, it would be just lovely if you guys would go to itunes and give a five star review that would be fabulous and speaking of really cool feedback we've gotten I think that this is even more special because in the episode is of Evil We talked to it was an exclusive interview with Dr Randall. Nasal. Now Kim remind us he was a survivor. Yeah. He was shot in the face shot in his one good eye which made him completely blind and he barely survived and he says this to us this is. After the episode aired, he said Hello Carolyn. Thank you Kim for an incredible piece, your tandem back and forth was insightful, accurate, entertaining, and informative. Your piece was on point and descriptive of human psychology and what we humans are capable of you know he just goes on and on to talk about that relationship. But I mean, that's that's like the highest of high praises when you take a person's victims story and give them that platform to share it and his response was amazing. He would go on to say the production and your scene of the crime is extraordinary. I mean he's gushing a little. Bit But anyway we'll take it but getting back to the case the barefoot bandit a huge investigation in the Pacific northwest so yeah and talk about the psychology of it all we're really going to get into that he grew up in a home marked by instability loss and alcohol abuse that's how one psychologist would describe Colton. Harris Moore for court he was neglected by the schools the police, his family and according to Colin's aunt his mother was an alcoholic a mean drunk who would break colts toys as a form of punishment when he was growing up when Colton was just four or five. Years old his father left the family and his mom remarried but according to court records, her new husband was a heroin addict and while Colton and his stepfather actually seemed to get along. Okay. His stepdad died when he was just ten years old I, believe it was connected with his heroin abuse soon after there was another boyfriend who moved in with the family and that's when the calls to child protective services started they were called to the home on at least twelve different occasions. One time taking Colton out of his mother's care for several days in May of two, thousand, three when Colton. was just twelve years old. His father apparently made a short and violent reappearance in his life court records show that Gordon Moore allegedly pushed his son to the ground then grabbed him by the throat. He ran off into the woods as Colton called nine, one one, his father was eventually arrested, and that was apparently the very last time that Colton ever had any contact with him now as Colton an only child I believe. So I mean as far as I know I've never heard of any siblings. Okay. So he's basically in this alone you know when you have siblings, you can lean on them. But it sounds like this kid is on his own. Yeah I believe. So so after that incident with his father, though Colton mom reportedly blamed him court records show that Pam was drunk as per usual and she was saying things like, what are you going to do now? They've taken your father away. So putting all the blame on her son for calling nine, one, one, six months after that incident Colton was arrested for the first time he and three other boys were breaking into the middle school that they attended. He ended up pleading guilty in that case to using a butane torch lighter to. Burn a hole into a school window, and then he took off with a laptop and some blank CDs, and for that because he was a juvenile, he was sentenced to six months of supervision and fifty six hours of community service, and this is kind of interesting because that's kind of a creative way to get into a school. You know I mean I bet you he was kind of like the ringleader on that one like, okay. Why don't we do knowing what we'll know about his history I mean normally would be like I don't know let's break a window or using a butane torch. Take. Some planning I mean does that make sense it does and something interesting that we'll get into a little bit later on is Colton talks about people being aware of what they're capable of he says so many people are capable of so much more than they're aware of and I think this goes to show that he was aware from a pretty early age of what he was capable death. To, carry it out. So in a two, thousand, four report when Colton would have been about thirteen, his probation officer wrote about him Colton and his mother share a tumultuous relationship. Cotton's mother reported to me how he's violent at home on a near daily basis. He recently broke the telephone in order to prevent her from calling the police. She then showed me a mark on her forearm of how had bid her and reported a recent incident where Colton went off after her with a boat or so mom now says that Colton is abusing her and in that same report, his mother reported how Colton was on medication and she said that He was complying with the medication. The doctors had given him in that. His behavior was actually getting less hostile as a result. So she felt like the medication might have been working, but his aunt would later say that it made him. So sleepy all the time that he just he slept constantly and and she didn't feel like it agreed with him and I don't think Colton really enjoyed it either well, and I think even though I don't know all the particulars of the case just that description of the chaos in the house where you know he's biting hirsch she's going after him like it really speaks to just the level of..

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"kim shepard" Discussed on Mahdavi Motorsports

Mahdavi Motorsports

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"kim shepard" Discussed on Mahdavi Motorsports

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"kim shepard" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime

Scene Of the Crime

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"kim shepard" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime

"Land. He managed to stock away to. You know a little savings a little something for him so and sixteen hundred back in the day. I mean that's a lot of. That's not just a little I mean. That's a probably a lot of money back then we'll going back to you know. Did he really need to steal from homes to break into stores to survive again, you know. He clearly seemed to have been taking care of himself and seem to need to do all that. GALS quimby was proclaimed a hero for finally killing the feared wild man of the why Nucci so much so that he received offers to appear on stage to tell his story. LA- quimby politely declined those offers, and it was more than a year before he finally received one third of that four thousand dollar reward Leith up and Blair. The two men who were killed in that confrontation with torn, their families got nothing. Tore, no was buried in the family cemetery near the homestead. He's buried next to his parents and just a few feet from the power twins of nephews. He was accused of killing. In April of two thousand thirteen hundred years after tornadoes death, a memorial was erected at the torn. Lake Campsite to honor. All six of the victims alleged to have been killed by wild man John Tornado but Lindstrom notes that tornadoes legacy could have been very different. Interestingly, the Seattle Post intelligencer after John was killed. Ask a editorial that actually said that. If John have been left alone, he would have been another John Muir. They believe that he was that much of a conservationist that love the land that much. That he everything did was to preserve the lap. So Tornado it seems was cut from the you know you mentioned John Muir and you know Muir had a love of nature and a call to protect it. According to mirrors biographer Donald Warsteiner, who said Moore Mission? was quote saving the American soul from total surrender materialism, but a huge difference was that Moore was a great writer and political. Speaker inspired others to love and cherish nature. Where's Tornado was quiet and preferred being out in nature, and he was very different, but we can see in the way that he lived his life aside from the tragic thing that happened to his nephews, and what happened being a hunted. Outlaw basically you could have been very different and really sad to think that he was treated the way that he was because he was different like you said because he didn't act like a typical person that you know the way you would expect someone to act, he must be evil. He must be bad and you know I'm happy to say that as a society I think we've really moved past that in many ways not completely, but in many ways we've moved past that and who knows what would have happened had John Tornado lived today instead of back born in eighteen eighty, yeah? You know what's interesting. Though about the author build instruments that he spent decades researching this book. Can you imagine spending decades on one story? I mean it's just shows the interest that still exist today in this story so many years later. It's all about the injustice of it right I. Mean it's about a guy who just wanted to be one with nature and for us. You're the Pacific Northwest I. Think a lot of people feel that way. A lot of people can probably relate to his mindset and to see him. Villain is the way that he was is really sad, and if you, if you look back at the crimes, he's accused of committing. Every single one of the people. He killed shot at him I. Met Him I. Yeah I mean I I. Keep Thinking back to when after his brother, Ed Killed Cougar, his beloved dog, and then he shot his his. You know his created in his dog. The sheriff and his crew went out looking for him because his brother had you know lodged a complaint about him, and they found him because he wasn't being hunted, and he said and he talked to them. Rate and out. Yeah! Yeah, and you can see that he was. You know as as the author said you know. He was the type to shoot first and ask questions later, and so you know it's. It's just one of these cautionary tales, not only for you know wanted criminals, but also like you know it can be really scary to be different. And, that's still is prevalent. Today is. Yes yeah. So Carolyn. What are you cooking up for next week? Yeah, so next week I'm taking you back to the Gritty one thousand nine hundred seventy s near Tacoma Washington where the mob was a huge player in the area at that time, and they had help with the local law enforcement. So this is a story that will reveal corruption at the highest level and I hope a little disco as well. For sure. A little tiki bars is a part of this was the one yeah very nice all right? That's Carolina's Oreo I'm Kim Shepard. Don't forget to find us at scene of the crime podcast dot, com, and headier your favorite podcast player. Give us a five star, rating and review that would really help us out a lot. I'm Kim. Shepard with Carolina and this is the scene of the crime..

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"kim shepard" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime

Scene Of the Crime

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"kim shepard" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime

"Two Bulls cking horns. Bitter Court battle waged between the love. Federal Prosecutor Thomas Crane Wales who was considered a pillar of the Seattle community and the defendant. Who has become most well known as the pilot with an alleged deadly grudge. Some say that bitterness was the motive for those shots fired in the dead of night that left Thomas Wales bleeding out in his Seattle home. It's alleged that the lone shooter was the pilot, or if not him he was the maestro of a small conspiracy, his way of exacting revenge against Wales who he believed ruined his life. Or, that's what some people say. It's been nearly twenty years. The pilot has never wavered from proclaiming his innocence despite nearly two decades under the FBI's microscope, no charges have ever been filed against him in the murder of Tom Whales, but what if there was something else at play here? What a federal agents had gotten tunnel vision against the pilot. What if the bad blood story between the prosecutor and And the pilot was just the tip of the iceberg, and the real story lay underneath the cold murky waters of Wales's case files an alleged conspiracy, far more insidious involving a helicopter, the private, the government and a corporation, playing puppet master was the just Tom was didn't want to lose face and wanted to say out of conviction and keep is record intact. You know as a prosecutor. Was it pride? The more we learn about what was going on at that time period, the more curious. I'm caroline surreal with Kim Shepard and this is the scene of the crime..

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"kim shepard" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime

Scene Of the Crime

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"kim shepard" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime

"I'm reminded of this simple and powerful poem about gender roles when I think about the disappearance of Susan Powell and everything that would come after. Susan Powell's journals reveal a young woman who yearned to be a wife, and mother and Susan was an amazing mother to Charlie and Brayden. Nando. She tried to be a good wife, but her husband Josh Powell didn't make that easy. Not by a long shot. To say that Joshua's twisted ideas of what he believed. His wife should be turned Susan's dream of a family. The sugar and spice and everything nice into a living nightmare trapped. In emotionally abusive marriage, she leaned into her religion for guidance and support, but who could have foreseen the lengths of depravity. Josh would delve into to get what he wanted. Last week in episode one of our two part series we reveal that Susan Powell disappeared, but she left behind a haunting trail of breadcrumbs. A videotape and secret will that warned of the extreme turmoil in her marriage, and that is something happened to her well. It might not be an accident even if it looked like one. Susan was afraid of her husband Josh. An episode to will continue to unpack Susan's disappearance and is behavior after would set in motion. What would become a runaway freight train of events hurtling toward the unthinkable? The murders of Charlie and Brayden by their own father, and could this case change history for the many vulnerable children in the foster care system of Washington state. I'm Caroline Massaro with Kim Shepard and this is the scene of the crime. Oh, Caroline! I'm so glad you gave us just a little bit of hope their this whole story. Especially, obviously, the deaths of Charlie Brayden is so tragic. I hope there's some kind of you know bit of silver lining at the end of all this, but let's get back to the story at this point is wintertime in Utah snows on the ground. Josh Powell claims that he had just taken his two little boys for a camping trip. They came home and his wife was missing. But, then, of course, one of those little boys says well. Mom came camping with us. She just didn't come home. Police say by December twenty fourth. Josh was considered a person of interest. But! He was never arrested for his wife's disappearance. Less than two weeks after his wife went missing, he took his boys to his Dad HAP- dad's house in puyallup Washington quote unquote for the holidays and on January Sixth Josh then returned with his brother Michael now remember his brother Michael because we're going to get back to him. There's a lot to unpack with this brother. Anyway Josh and Michael They drove to Utah and in a whirlwind path. The family's belongings Ghana Storage Unit and moved to Puyallup for good or Josh brought his boys to live with his Dad Steve, and that house in that house of horrors. Yeah, exactly it was during that time that allegedly Josh, Steve started the Susan.

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"kim shepard" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"kim shepard" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

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"kim shepard" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:41 min | 3 years ago

"kim shepard" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Like a lady. The tech guy. Phone angel Kim Shepard taking your calls Kim. Treated like, the lady, I think big peewee has found the right song for you. I think I'm going to get a different one every day. Maybe big peewee musical director, Damian is quite the expert in finding. Hello, kim. Kim Scheffer answers the phone. So that we can get you on the air. She prepares you for your appearance on national radio. She's been doing that now for some time. So she's the expert year is it really that long. Just thinking about that the other day because I was like it took five and a half years to get my own song. Or other engineers didn't do that. No. I just wanna say Kim. Yes. You're sitting right in front of the transmitter that could be that could be hazardous. I do you take the meter readings every half hour. Not anymore. I when I first started radio I had to do that. Yeah. But then not went by the wayside do that anymore. Oh, no. Don't even think we have a transmitter. Do something else these days. I don't know. I don't know how radio works anymore. It's funny that you mentioned that because on the way up here yesterday, a local radio station was off the air my entire trip up here. And I'm going you remember that don't you engineer is either freaking out or and this is a testament to radio stations not having any personnel and their building really forty five minutes, and you're done. Nothing. So I don't know how long they were. They were out off our rain, and it wasn't even at stormy yesterday. I know we've all been there. Fortunately, the internet never fails us. And for me every single day every single day. So now as you've been answering the calls, I've sure you've noted some really juicy tidbits that we can we can get on the show right now. What are you? What are you suggesting? Yeah. No, no, no. But you're going to spend some money, so. Okay. Okay. I don't mind spend enough that. Dan in New Jersey by his son, a new either, I don't think laptop, but the MAC book air Chromebook better for his needs. That's cool. Yeah. Thanks, kim. Hello, dan. Leo LaPorte the tech guy. Hello there, Dan. Hey, dan. And. Then it's going to China. He's going to be spending three weeks today are all man. How fun is this a school trip or exchange student exchange student thing? Wow. Is he studying Chinese is studying Chinese? Yes. Studied it since kindergarten. And so he's. Oh, that's gonna be the language of the future. I think right. We think. Once you get the idea of China in your head, you realize that it's ubiquitous, you know, I was a Chinese major in college. And so I have had an abiding love for the country went there for the first time in two thousand nine just adored. It just really had a great time. So your son is gonna have a blast going into Beijing or probably not right? I. The city where he's going to be saying most of the time is I can't pronounce it. But it kind of reminds me of Chung king Chung king. Okay. Sure. The name anyway. Yeah. Yeah. And can pronounce it. I'm sure make sure he downloads that special propaganda app. Right. You wanna make sure it was very funny that you know. What he's there. And this is not even my ultimate question. But what did they disable certain after the Facebook? Or if he has Twitter, they won't work. It just won't be able to do anything. The a lot of visitors to China run to try to avoid that they call it the great firewall of China blocks traffic that the government doesn't want and right now Facebook and Twitter a block, but you can look at the Wikipedia article four great firewall, China and see what the current service situation. Sometimes visitors go there and use a VPN to get around the censorship. I would not recommend that certainly not for your son. Yeah. You want to honor first of all you want to honor the nation. You're in the laws of the nation. You want to don't want to be a criminal going from day one. Although I'm told by many that it's widely known that especially westerners do this. But others in China, do this and widely ignored. However, let's not let's not be. Yeah. I'm not there to spy. Yeah. Yeah. Evil. So we're just wanted. Enjoyed the food in the culture, but he won't be able to so one way to do. This Email, of course, continues to work one way to do. This would be for him to E mail it back to you. When I was in China. It was a similar situation. And I at the time used a blog me the Email post to the blog, and then it would cross post to Instagram and Twitter and Facebook Ryan. So like, if he has if this then that for instance, he could probably have a setup in such a way that when he sends an Email with with, you know, certain parameters maybe subject that says Instagram has posted in scrammed that kind of thing there's ways around it emails not block. That's the key. That's good. That's good. So anyway, I have a question which I probably part of the answer to anyway, you're thinking about getting him visit before the China issue getting I need to get him a new laptop. And so what can't you do? Chromebook needs an internet connection fulltime, although you can do stuff off line. But ultimately, it's designed about that any anything you can do in the chrome browser..

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"kim shepard" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"kim shepard" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Thanks as always. Pewee, our musical director, always spinning the disks. And to of course, the wonderful, the one and only phone angel-, Kim Shepard for answering your calls, and I can do it without you. So thank you for listening and calling Jonathan in Georgia. Hello, Jonathan Leo. You you wanted to respond to the guy who has a ten year old Dell PS and he can't play games. Yes. I have a court due to Dale. Yeah. Or had one and he had expressed slot in. Oh, good. And it was about that age. Dr she older older. Oh, good. All right. See the my memory's, not great. So express have been around a little bit longer. Good. Only thing you need to be sure he has a sixteen slot. It looked a little notch on the NFL the notch. Right. So that's the one that most video cards. These days us. Yes. Unlike TCI express, stay low notch in either center role with the teeth are is on the left side. Not the right side. Excellent. Excellent. So make sure you have that particular kind of slot. If you're gonna use anything invented in the last five years, probably. Update. Oh, you're O cards choir bias update make the book. Oh, that's interesting. Whether it is a little bit of a compliment. I would just get a new computer when you. Well, I think of seven fifty TI would probably work on his system that's one of the older in video cards. Yeah. They still sell hundred dollars now. So it's worth a try. Hey Jonathan great tip. Thank you. I really appreciate it. You too. Have a great day. See this is not a a question. We can't answer sooner or later. Thanks to our great audience. Thank you. I appreciate it between me the chat room, our listeners. Really? I've always thought of this is kind of a user group of the.

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"kim shepard" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

08:10 min | 3 years ago

"kim shepard" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"KOA newsradio. Leo LaPorte the tech. Kim Shepard our phone angel. She's answering the calls. Hello, kim. Marnie. Welcome. Are you ready for a big Sunday? Yeah. What is it today? The Grammys Grammy Siamese are on I guess Grammy's. And you know, what's fun about the Grammys. For people in television. Production is just waiting for the audio feeling what you guys were talking about yesterday yesterday. Scott Wilkinson, I were talking about most memorable and I felt really bad. Adele, who I think can sing I think she could sing pretty well. She can sing. But if you were to watch the Grammys, you would think oh my gosh. She's flat. She can't sing because she was getting the wrong sound back into ears and that same Grammy. I think had several problems metallica's lead singer. You couldn't hear him is Mike was off for a while. That guy didn't have a job anymore. You got to figure. Well, but it's hard. It's hard because it's all live. Yeah. There's lots of microphones. I mean, I think it's I'm not sure I'm completely. I mean, I'm not I'm sympathetic. Hers. Right. So you would think that those things were all said. Might be. I don't know. I don't know. Anyway, I'll be white live is always fun accepted. Do we get it live here on the west coast? I think we do they're starting what red carpet at four. So maybe we are. Yeah. I think I like it. I don't like it when they do award shows after the fact, well, yeah. Because you if you're on social media, which you're not everybody from the east coast hosting what's going on tell. We successfully watch the Super Bowl. Well, that's live on Tivo. No, no, no, I devoted and came home. A couple like probably hour and a half two hours into the game. Started at the beginning. Of course, we didn't skip the commercials. That's the fun part. Yeah. And and watched all the way through got one little spoiler. Somebody texted Lisa and said boy this game doesn't get interested in the fourth quarter. And I was like, please. I don't want to. I know that's interesting at all. That's a spoiler though. Right. Because you know, because we're watching and there's some threats somebody and you thought, oh, maybe they're going to score. But then we found out kind of by the text. You figured it out. Was that John saying was that John going? Oh, it's actually Burke, Burke, Burke, still hasn't watched it Burke. I'm sorry. I didn't mean to spoil it for you. Burke is not into this. You could care less. All right. You've been the answering the phone since early in the morning. Yeah. That's ten minutes ago. And we have some phone calls to take what we should. I start line three Jeff in Bakersfield. All right. Thank you, Kim. Hello, Jeff, Leo, LaPorte, the tech guy. Hi, thanks for taking my call. I appreciate it. My pleasure. Thanks for calling. I've got kind of a. Well, let me put this way. I'm an old timer with an old time, computer. I got a one of the PS series Dell computers. They still make them. So that doesn't say it's old. Well, mine's ten years old. On computer terminology. That is prehistoric. I always say computer years dog years they say seven dog years for every human year. I'd say computers about fifteen. So that's a hundred fifty year old computer treated nice. Well problem is it works fantastic and runs like a clock. My issue is I'm also a little bit of online game or not heavy duty. But there's a few games I play with some of my buddies online. And what I'm finding is the newer games are now coming out with direct x eleven slash twelve is coming here, but my video card Max's audit direct x ten so I've been searching and searching to upgrade the card I called del multiple times. And they have told me there's nothing you can do you have to get a new computer? So I I take that with a grain of salt. But. I've done some research and the Kurds. I'm finding all seem to have eight in connectors now for the to the power source, and my our services to six ten connector is on it. So there's actually two problems one is that you have a piece of slots, right, right? But not expressed slots there are plenty of only video cards, but the best cards are all express. Then there's that power issue. But you could get I'm pretty sure you could get an adapter. I don't think that's an issue. That was kind of my question because I did see there wasn't a data could get again to researching and reading things that frowned on. It didn't perform well underway issues that could be created by using the adapter. So I just I I was kinda hesitant. There are other issues too because you're on the P C I slot. And because you have what's the processor? And that must be core to. Well, it could be I know tonight seven I'm not sure exactly. So early version video games do us both the CPU and the GP they use the CPU to do things like figure out who's around the corner. You know, what you know? They don't do the graphics with it. But they do all the calculations about positioning and so forth with the CPU. And then the GP you renders it draws it. And that's where you need a lot of horsepower. Because it's not merely. The fact that you want to be able to use direct x eleven it's also really these games might not even perform play ably at a frame rate that you would wanna play it. If if they don't have enough horsepower under the hood. There's also the issue of the power supply. I'm gonna guess that the real issue with these adapters is not so much the adapters. I don't think that should make any difference. But just that you're if you're putting in an older machine the power supply. He's probably not big enough to these. These slots are up. I've actually upgraded at it. So it's fifty watts. Okay. Good. You know, I wouldn't spend a lot of money. I wouldn't get, you know, maybe get a tense edgy t ten sixty or something like that. Not the latest greatest might even go to the nine sixty because first of all you're gonna have to find one that does the PCI slot. That's gonna be an interesting. Right. Allan. Probably I'm assuming any curve today would be better the the card that I have in a now, it's it is a what is it a radian HD forty eight seventy so. I definitely remember those. Yes. Kurt at the time. So I'm I'm thinking, even even a slight upgrade is something that will work in. This computer is probably going to be better than that. One. Is I'm looking at the nine sixty that uses e. You're also going to have the issue with your slot. It's probably two point. Oh, I'm guessing I think it is. So there's really going to be a small subset of video cards. You can use this. The question is whether they'll even. Whether there'll be any any any additional speed most powerful, right. Point. This is. Yeah. Most video cards and our pizza express. This is going to be an interesting challenge for you. If you can find the card, I wouldn't hesitate using the adapter because you've got enough power supply. I don't think the power after is going to be the issue. But honestly, if you're trying to play video games and a ten year old computer, it's going to get more and more difficult. You might one thing you could do. Although once you've started this process, you might as well, just buying a computer is just upgrade the motherboard. But then, you know, now, you gotta upgrade everything else. So. And that's the point. I'm trying to avoid. I mean, looking easily probably well over a for new computer? Right. Do you? So so so chat saying his ten year old. I seven does have a PCA express.

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"kim shepard" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:06 min | 3 years ago

"kim shepard" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Musical director raucous app today. The tech guy. Exhausted. Kim Shepard full angel providing us with the grist for the tech guy mill aka your calls, Matt in Ventura County, California. Hello, matt. Good afternoon. What can I do? I am. Hire purchase or v. I was hoping that you could tell me that it's going to be very very easily. It is. Or is net gears mesh router solution, and I really liked the Orbis of. Yeah. I'm a I'm a fan, and I did have to start from my neighbor, but he had an unusual network situation. So I gave him my my old norby orbi Harvey because I can only use so many mesh routers at a time. But I think the the army's chief advantage is it's the fastest mesh out there. In my opinion. And I think many tests also say this, but it has another advantage, which I like, it's one of the only ones if not the only one that makes an outdoor extension. So if you have an outdoor area that you want to wire, so that's that's primarily the reason. I've I've done a company coming out because in southern California. The city is. Is basically paying for it. Electronic rachi. Oh system to. Yeah. For watering. Yeah. Yeah. They're going to pay for to very high end systems, and they are at. Very large lot these boxes. Extremes of the lot. And I've got a coverage for that. Awesome. So you could actually put an Rb out there. It uses the app to help place those base units. Once you set it up. You forget it. I mean, it's it really the only issue is at the very beginning. So you'll plug in the main orbi will plug into your router. Cable modem, or whatever it is that you have connected to the outside world. And then you'll then add the additional units if it's just one or several it's e- it does it is a little tricky. And placement what will happen with the orbi is when you place the second unit. The light will blink can take a minute or two for it to get it. And it will let you know, they'll give you a green light if it can see the base unit, and it's got a good connection. And if it doesn't you'll reposition it it takes a little maybe a little effort to do that didn't take that long. I I I really the other reason to like the orbi over some of the others is euro, which is one of our sponsors. But also the one I use it home and plume, which is otherwise, I use it home. Both have a strong cloud component. You actually with plume. You're required to sign up for a yearly subscription euro makes it optional. But but certainly encourages you to do. So the Rb doesn't have any of that. So yeah, I think there's a lot of reason to like it. I've been very happy neck, his upgraded, these organs. In fact, I've been meaning to get the newer or visa try them out because I was very impressed with the first generation. I think they probably even getting better neck is a good company. They make great gear. And this is I think very good choice. I note that the wire cutter often report refer people to work out or which is a really good reliable tech review sites on by the New York Times has chosen the orbi as their pick for the best mesh router. So they said among the best throughput and range of the kids. We tested. So I think you made good choice. And yeah, it's the only one that has that out. So that'll be the tricky wanted to place because it has to be near power, obviously. It'll probably need line of sight or something like it. This is one thing. People don't understand about wifi because not widely publicized, and it isn't always requirement, but it works best. If it can if the base station and the unit you're connecting to can literally see each other their line and say there's nothing in between them now, it can go through walls, but some walls better than other drywall. No problem if there's any medal in the wall. That can impede it slow down or even stop it. So you don't, you know, you don't know exactly what's going to happen. And as anybody who works with radio frequencies, like the chief engineers at all our stations. No, this kind of do. So anytime, you're working with routers, wireless routers, wireless access points. Just play with it. You know, a little twist here a little turn there and it can change behind percent faster play with it. I'm actually a big fan. I think he got the right router. And of course, given what you need which is to ratchet interesting. It's a wifi enabled internet of things sprinkler system. So it's great that they're putting that in it's fairly expensive. I'm glad that you're getting that for free, and it's probably worth it getting out there. So you can connect with it does things like the rat show. Looks at the weather forecast size is raining. I know right now. Water rain. Rick is on the line from Waikiki, watchi-, Florida. Hello, rick. Hey, thank you for on. I I hope this is your area of expertise. It's it's trying to cut the cable expense, and there's a device keep getting pop up ads on my tablet. That's a bad sign right there. I'll tell you right there. It's a bad sign appalling calling you it's called live wave antenna. Apparently, it's a device you plug into an electrical outlet. You're an electrical electrical outlet in your house. And it makes your all your wires and antenna, and you're supposed to pick up nine hundred free high definition TV stations. All right now, stop right there. Maybe it can make an antenna. Effect. We know that could be a problem because at one point the FCC is proposing something about fifteen twenty years ago called broadband over power lines BPL, the idea was to use power lines for WI fi to give people internet access over the power lines and ham radio. Operators were up in arms saying that's got jam are singles, you can add -solutely turn the great into an antenna. It's the free high def channels that I'm not crazy about. I can guarantee you they're not the channels. You think they are unless they're pirate operation, which they're not what you're getting is Croatian soccer league games and curling results from the Yukon. Territories you're getting stuff. It's already streaming on the internet. And is cheap or free. There's no it's not even cheap. It's free. It's free. You could get it yourself with your browser and your internet access. All they're doing is putting it all together. And so in general, these free satellite connections. No. It's not the real deal. Leo LaPorte detect guy we're gonna take a little break. Come back more of your calls right after this. Coming up news on KFI AM, six forty. More stimulating talk. News on the half. And when it breaks, I'm Amy King Live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. A flash flood warning.

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"Search continues for a fifteen year old bonney lake girl who police say was kidnapped by a sex offender earlier this month we are under the belief that you know she could be anywhere at this point so you know anywhere that something comes in you know where we take that to heart and are willing to to look into it lily kristoffersen's family is offering a five thousand dollar reward meantime a convicted sex offender and his girlfriend have been charged with rape and kidnapping in connection with lilies disappearance and bonney lake police tell kiro seven they've just made a third arrest in this case we'll have more on the story next on the ron and don show a bizarre robbery in seattle last night that involved a gun a machete end a big traffic mass three men and a woman accused of stealing a sixteen hundred dollar guitar from guitar center in south lake union then using two cars for their getaway from the suspects began chasing each other in the vehicle and caused a multi vehicle collision which came to a grinding halt in the wellknown on mercer traffic detective patrick michaud says the suspect started fighting with each other one grabbing a machete another grabbing a gun cops did eventually arrest three of them one man though is still on the run a week after a u dub student was bitten by one we're learning this has been a record month for rabid bats state has already found four bats that have tested positive for rabies the highest may count in twenty years and liz coleman with the state health department says it's just the beginning of the weather gets warmer that bad start to be more active come out people tend to also be outside and have more contact with them so yeah this is typically the time of year we see this up to a look at your forecast now overnight lows dropping into the low fifties four tonight friday will see mostly cloudy skies was chances of showers late into the afternoon have used spotty showers for saturday with a nice afternoon in store from the kiro seven pinpoint weather center in meteorologist clare andor sixty four degrees now in seattle i'm kim shepard from puyallup to pinehurst this.

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