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"kiro" Discussed on SuperHero Homies!
"They tend to be the deviance. They were Ugly to look at they were extremely prone to war to violence to to aggression and then molecular structure is also a little different one thing they notice about a lot of the Deviance is that they are. They're able to kind of In the in the way they would kind of shape shift to an extent Very early on in this book when you do to a deviant villain whose name is crow. Kiro and he's really a hell bent on destroying the list shows and destroying the internals. And again the way this explained later on very fucking beautiful. But and also i think that is the main villain From the trailers. We don't get very much of him but from what i've seen this crow. We see in the trailers dope. I mean that that is by a textbook descript description of what could potentially be a super dope affiliate. You know But that that's one group. I'm kind of like interested here. Y- you wrote to me and brother Do tell some more indubitably. So we got deviants. What else So they're were like. Well maybe we should try this again so the celestial is then created i fucked up with wise it went to kill everything they then creates the turtles and the tunnels i mean i guess maybe over correction you know. They're they're considered angelic. They're beautiful again there as listen timeless and They were specially created to keep the devious and check. Especially when this list jobs create the third group which are humans now. Over time kirby and other writers have masterfully explained that the creation of humankind and deviance and eternal terminals Explains where things like. The x gene comes from is that these are dormant genes from either one of the three groups. That kind of bleeds over it into humankind and for years and years of evolution. That gene at times will come to life so very interesting. How they kind of splits off. Also something that you guys may be a rare of. I think we talked about this in the past but our very own thanos is technically deviant and even his origin is explained here which is very interesting to.
"kiro" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Was heading home from getting food with his wife My room when he says he saw two pickups that appeared to be racing behind them. One exited the highway. The other ended up right in front of them, and I visibly see him look at his mirror. Shake his head like this, And that's when he breaks checked me. Break checked, slammed on his brakes with King right behind. Yes, it was very deliberate. He says. He thought it was road rage and the Other driver started to chase him. Even under this Wal Mart parking lot, and that's where I saw him. Giving me the finger concerned for his safety. King says he tried to speed away back into traffic, but the other driver kept coming and he was pushing a car over and he was going into oncoming traffic and made a bus swerve thing, says he did notice some flashing lights in the grill of the pickup, but didn't think anything of it at the time. So just an absolute scary situation for anybody to be in. You know what I mean? Like, how could this even like a state trooper who has this authority be able to go up and misbehave like this? Jack? I think that this is a perfect example of A. You know, somebody who is a professional, overstepping their boundaries and be a great example of the second Amendment and being able to protect yourself and luckily not lethal, killing somebody. Should be, uh, Channel five news, NBC Dallas Fort Worth, I think. What have you tried That one. Shane Channel five news, not listen to the whole entire thing. I just, said Jack. What? Oh, boy. I'm sorry. Oh, boy. Sorry. Give it to me again. Let me try. Channel five news. NBC. Dallas FORT Worth Channel five News and BC Dallas Fort Worth. No, those are all those were all that was all the meat and the bread. I need you to put the sauce in between the two. So it's Channel five news. NBC coming to you from Dallas Fort Worth, Texas so happy that everybody gets to listen to you giving me radio lessons right now, as we're letting this is great. I hope everybody in the text line really loves this so Channel five news Dallas Fort Worth, Texas. It's a mess out there, folks. Yeah, See, there you go. Shane. That's the sauce that I want because he got the meat and you got the bread. But I need the sauce to make the sandwich. Go down. Nice and smooth. You see what I'm saying? Yeah, I get what you're saying. All right, well on that notion down, so does avoided change. We have to take a really quick break when we get back. Stacy Joe Ross is going to be coming in and we're going to be talking about the fight that my neighbors are currently having right outside of my door as well as our thoughts on what it means to grow up in the 9 11 generation will take a really quick break. We'll be right back with more Kyra nights here on 97, 3 FM, Seattle Tacoma. You have finally lived to see it. Seattle's most trusted voice. The state is going to address one of the biggest choke points in Seattle, Dave Ross on Seattle's morning news. Sell your.
"kiro" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"In a field in Shanks Ville, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania and at the Pentagon, where the terrorists crashed the passenger jets they had seized that morning. Joe Biden will be visiting all three sites and he's going to be joined at ground zero by Barack Obama. And then small ceremonies will be what you can do when you've got a private plane. You can get everywhere, Same day. Great. Thank you, Billy. One first one is the only reason I would want to be president. I will say this, Billy. My concern is and I feel like this might happen. My concern is that Joe Biden is going to get booed or he's going to get something is going to happen at one of these things. He's approval ratings. Billy are in the toilet. He's he's sinking down into the high thirties. At this point in time, that's really bad, Billy. I mean, that's almost as bad as George Bush towards the end of his presidency to be at 38 39%. He deserves it at the moment. That's what he deserves. At the moment. You know, America is not doing well. Know whether you're checked out or not, but we're not doing well. Right now. You know they can't. There is a lot of people who can't find jobs or who will take jobs because they're not getting paid enough. You know, the Afghanistan Thing was horrible and Kobe's going crazy. So why would anyone approve of any president right now? Whether it's his fault or not? I think these numbers are low should be low will not stay low. I think that Trump would have better numbers right now. I fundamentally believe that I think that Trump would have much better numbers right now. And and and you might be right. And all that proves is that the insanity that this country had when it elected that bad guy, uh, persists. Sure it does. To a certain degree. Billy and I, actually I watched a video essay the other night, and it had to do with flat Earthers pretty much disappearing from the Internet. Now, now, this is crazy, Billy. But check this out. This guy mapped out and almost an anthropological tree, a web of how certain conspiracy theories intersect with one another. And he found based on pulling data from Google, Uh, any other play YouTube all these different places right? He found that a lot of the flat earthers shifted over into Q and on thinkers that's not fascinating. And then he found that there are overlapping ideas between flat Earthers and Q and on conspiracy theorists what cup ball of people who are trying to conceal the truth from the American public. This. This need to, uh have technocrats or experts, people and experts in their field talking about Oh, no, The Earth is actually really flat in the same way that there are technocrats out there who say that President Donald Trump actually won the election. They have all of these hallmarks, and they're so similar to each other. It makes it easy for people to slide between them. And I thought that was really interesting how psychologically someone can easily transfer all of the scripts and symbols that they had interpreted from the flat earth and then move over into the Q and on and then move back. You remember Chris, the other board up? I do? Yeah, I do. Remember, Chris? So, Chris, is that kind of guy? He believes in all conspiracies, right? Right. You know, either you're a guy like me who generally were just reject every conspiracy. The only one I believe is that uh Epstein was murdered. You know, sure, either that I don't believe in any conspiracy. I even by the single bullet theory, so there's another. There's another article here from CNN billets is that Joe Biden is trying to push the nation passed the 9 11 era as he commemorates the 20th anniversary of the attacks. This is from CNN. And the basic gist of the article is that Joe Biden what he has tried to do over the last seven months of his pregnancy. Is break us out of this e Did I say pregnancy? Okay, sounded like Look away in this six years, I might have said, I don't know. But in the in the during his presidency, he has tried to shake off some of the vestiges from the Bush era and from the Obama era and from the Trump era. And CNN is basically making the case that because he's such a firebrand because he's such a maverick because he's such a man of the people. That is why he is so unpopular and as a matter of fact that he wanted to get to the capital, the U. S capitol on September 11th and he, you know he didn't want to leave Washington and all this they try to paint this really rosy picture. Of Joe Biden back when he was a senator, I'm not sure how much I buy into this narrative making when you say That the only reason that you're Biden is so unpopular is because he's such a maverick, because why would you buy? Why would you buy that? Look, just trust your own eyes and ears, pay attention to everything. And it's like I said, Why would Joe Biden be doing well now? Mm. You know, if America is not in great shape, we shouldn't be very supportive of president. Just even if it's not his fault. It's a natural reaction one that I share. To some extent. I'm not greatly improving of Joe Biden. Would I rather have him than That. What's his name? Trump? Well, yeah, I think that I think that Trump if he was president right now, he might make his speech tomorrow. I'm not sure. But I think that if Trump was Even if Trump was president, he would have done a military parade. I think he would have spent a tremendous amount of money trying to gin up this very patriotic feeling. Joe Biden is going to be releasing a video tomorrow. Billy and I think that this is a huge communications misstep on behalf of the Biden administration. Americans, you know, ahead of time because they just released that statement. Really? I'm reading from the White house dot gov. That Joe Biden tomorrow will be releasing a video Commemorating 9 11 was going to say, How do you know what Because Americans need to see their president in real time in front of other Americans. The thing that they don't need is Joe Biden reading off of a teleprompter in front of all of his people in the com's team. This is the problem with the Biden administration is that Joe Biden is a president is inaccessible. We see it over and over and over again with his quote, unquote press conferences and the questions that he takes and who he wants to talk to and who he doesn't want to talk to. And I have been instructed to say this and say that The Biden ministrations over the last six or seven months has made so many communications missteps that something like between 20 and 30% of Biden voters, and a recent poll have said that they regret their decision and actually preferred. Get this Billy. They don't like President Donald Trump, but they preferred the news cycle with President Donald Trump in it, as opposed to what they see from Joe Biden. I find that to be amazing. That they hate the guy. And yet they say, I'd rather be hearing from President Trump, then from President Joe Biden. What does that tell you, Billy? About those people that just confuses me that they'd rather go from President Trump. Yeah. Yeah, I don't get that. Um, I don't. I don't have that feeling about Biden that he hasn't been Available. It might be true. It also makes me that I don't need to hear from the president about things that I understand. You know, I don't know. I've never worked in one who really get much out of president Visiting Site of hurricanes and things like that, Okay? I don't care about that. I do like a good press conference now and then. Absolutely. Um, yeah, five years, not the most exciting inherit genetic president we've ever had. And possibly, as you point out Trump might be able to beat him in a fighter he called dot com. Billy, I don't think I don't think Biden is going to make it..
"kiro" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Those YouTubers, I think must spend three or four years ago really popular. YouTubers had a channel where they were doing slow motion animation like they'd shoot a shotgun at a lot of water balloon. It would blow up. They were really funny. British guys. One of their fans felt as if they had some kind of romantic connection to this guy, the host of the show, so they showed up to the guy's house. And I guess they did so with a firearm or something like that. And try to convince the guy to marry them or something like my point is. My point is, Is that your exposure to something or you're over exposure to something Can I believe this fundamentally can cause somebody to pop? It can cause somebody to lose it. And I think that that's what's going on with some of these people with Covid 19 too much exposure, some and so forth. I think also an issue here is the Political divide has become so much deeper. It was there have always been divides and issues. And if you ever thought the states the world whatever we're, like, always on the same page until X happened, you're wrong. Um, but it has become to me a lot more toxic. I think that, um the, uh, circulation of really awful and harmful conspiracy theories is a big part of that, as well as a lack of kind of like, and I don't mean in the traditional sense, but like Internet of like, Oh, this has been photoshopped something that like maybe an 18 year old would immediately recognize but Someone like my mom would not immediately recognized. It's not because she's not smart. It's because she wasn't photoshopping stuff when she was in high school and, like, really good Photoshop can fool anyone, Um But I think that like this kind of thing like that lack of empathy to me, you can go back to Sandy Hook. And you can look at this thing where over a dozen Children, Children, five and six year olds were shot dead and you had Parts of the country That just truly didn't believe it. Not only didn't believe it but harassed. The parents of these people. That's when you were like the conspiracy theory is is whatever conspiracy theories people have is Dropping people of their humanity where as a country we didn't collectively look at this and say that was awful. You had a split reaction to it, which is insane and really, really heartbreaking. But like that kind of thing started a while ago because the stuff with Covid is also people. Thinking that people who wear masks are overreacting, and they simply this is just the flu. They're overreacting there being silly. They're being sheep, and it's like well tell that to a health care worker that's like watching people die just because it doesn't personally affect you. Just because you didn't see it or touch it or experience. It doesn't make it Not real and Not being able to for a minute. Empathize with someone who has That's what messes everything up and drives people apart. And that has been so upsetting with so many of these news stories, and it kind of culminated with the pandemic, right. And I'll tell you this, uh, to do like a little little balancing act here between crazy right wingers and here's a crazy left winger. Did you hear about what happened to Larry Elder the man who is running for governor of California. I did not So, Yeah, I really don't pay attention. Yeah, well, this is a story that went totally under the radar. And the only reason that I know it is because it's a former resident of the state of California. I still get stuff that pops up on my news feed. It's like, Hey, uh, you know, so she such and such happened to this person who is running for The governor of California, So Larry Elder is a very famous radio guy. He's been doing radio forever. He's on the Salem radio network. He's a black man in his currently the front runner when it comes to replacing Gavin Newsom in the state of California, he was at a rally stumping around going around saying, Hey, vote for me! Vote Larry. I like Larry. And a woman comes up to him wearing a gorilla mask, and she starts throwing eggs at him. Now, keep in mind. This is a black man in America and yeah, yeah. So we can, um big racial undertones with that one so we can go back to 19 back to 19 twenties and you can find how black men are depicted as being gorillas. Really? Not that far back in our history. And it has been all but ignored in the media don't necessarily care so much about that as much as I care about the act of it, and I really want to stop the cringe when it comes to both covid and instant acting out. And the only way that I know how to do that is 2.2 instances like this and say, Please don't do this. Please, just don't don't think that it's funny or cute to cough in somebody's face. Don't think it's funny or cute to throw eggs at a black man while wearing a gorilla mask. You would think this would be like a common sense request, and yet we see people in the same way that that woman had to cough in that other woman's face. This woman had to put on a gorilla mask because she's so afraid of a black man who is also a Republican who might be governor in the state of California. Yeah, it's weird, right? Stacy. I mean this Yeah, No, that's fervently offensive. Yeah. And now, of course, my friends and right wing media like why is no one talking about this? And I'm like, Okay, you guys like I get vaguely gesturing hypocrisy, but the more important part of the story here. Is not the media's reaction to this. It's the act itself. That should really be the focus. Don't cough in people's faces. Don't wear gorilla mask and throw eggs at a black man. You would think Stacy if I said that on the radio three years ago. People would think that I was being ridiculous, right? But now it's the North said. Here's the collective. Some of what I think we shouldn't do from experiences this weekend. I'd be like what world are we living in? Like what is happening? It's like a crazy circus world right now. Um, do you remember? Um it's sporting events where guys like run onto the field with some kind of political message. While they're like naked like that kind of thing. It's pretty tough to get onto the field, especially in the NFL. It's a bit easier. I'm not like giving tips. It's a bit easier in MLB to get onto the field. NFL is really hard like their game day. Security is they have, like a ba jillion, uh, like employees, So there's really like, almost no way to do it. So, um I just haven't had that many examples of people doing it. You certainly seen it. But not political statements that I can think of..
"kiro" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Places. And today, Washington's governor announced starting Monday. The 13th everyone five and older will have to mask up an outdoor events with more than 500 people. When you combine large crowds with Delta variant. Without any mitigation measures in place. We're going to keep seeing the super spreader events. Even in outdoor environment. Science has proven the mass can reduce the risk of those transmission Governor Jay Inslee cited as a reason for the rule a music festival at the gorge linked to more than 200 covid cases last month. King County and Pierce County already have outdoor mask mandates for big events, and King County is working on a policy to require full vaccination for entry into some businesses and events. A couple shootings in Seattle this evening, keeping police busy. We understand a man in his forties, was injured when he was shot in the Sodo area around First Avenue, South and South Hudson streets, also a lot of police activity in the 7800 block of 44th Avenue Southwest this evening, according to SPD. Social media. It's because an 18 year old was shot in the leg. We don't have information on suspects in either of the shootings and the investigations continue. Now, if you've got some out of town visitors coming soon don't plan on taking them to ride the Seattle center monorail. That's because it is now closed for repairs until next month. Officials say construction is expected. We finished by October 9th and you probably noticed all the construction on the 5 20 floating bridge. Kyra radios Chris Sullivan toward the expansive upgrades. There are concrete columns rising up out of the water surrounded by lily pads and mill foil. Washington Department of Transportation. Steve Pearce says that this design of building a trestle next to whether they were going to be building the bridge actually cuts down on noise pollution and environmental damage environmentally more friendly. The neighbors liked it better because we weren't doing these big Drill shafting for The columns. 5 20 drivers can't see what's happening along this trestle because it's blocked by the concrete of the bridge that they are on. But drivers certainly have noticed the giant blue cranes all four of them the tower above the construction zone. That bridge expected to be ready in 2024. Here's your Cairo forecast. Clouds move in overnight overcast skies by morning lows about 58. Friday. It will be mostly cloudy highs in the low seventies.
"kiro" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"People like that. I mean, those are Racists for sure. There are different kinds of racism and there there are different forms of racism. So when we analyze it, I don't want everybody to think that like I'm just throwing this guy into the same category as those kinds of thinkers because there's kind of casual racism or casual bigotry like I'm a casual bigot just as an example. And so when we talk about this issue, I think it's important to remember that we're not just talking about like a black and white kind of Are you a racist? Are you not a racist or kind of shades of racism that one can engage with? We can be nuanced thinkers. We can be a big wrinkle the brain about this kind of thing and recognize that some people are more racist than others. Some people just say racist stuff. And sometimes you're just a racist boomer. So this racist, Boomer says, I'm not really sure if I am fully a racist or only part time to really interesting question. Says blacks. Our neighbor of 25 years who just moved to Florida was black and his wife was east Indian, a better friend. You could not ask for extremely smart always there to help even called once a month to check in to ask how we are doing. Oh, that's so sweet. Goes on to say all this being said. I don't trust blacks. I do not know in our circle of homes goes on to say if three black families bought homes in our circle, I might really consider moving because it is possible that many black families might lower the property value. Okay, so that thought, Let's just take that thought as an example. That is a racist thing to say. That is a racist embellishment that you are engaging with. Does that necessarily mean that you are a card carrying member of the KKK? No, absolutely not. But when I think about the way that people think about race and now meaning people who are not boomers like the person who wrote me this email the idea of saying this out loud or the idea of thinking this Does not exist for many of us who are under the age of 45. It just doesn't exist. The idea that I would move because black people are moving in next to me, and that would somehow lower the property value of my home. Is not something that I would consider or even entertain. You know, and I find that this kind of thinking or this kind of thought process resides in people who, as you said earlier. Do your email writer are part time Racists and you're a part time Racists, and that's fine. You know, Some people have part time racist thoughts on a regular basis. That's okay. Problem is is when do you start Initiating policy? See, I don't care. Fundamentally, if someone is like a racist like I don't care. Richard Spencer is a racist. I don't care. Steve King. The representative is a racist. I don't really care. Um, you know again, David Duke is a horrible racist. I don't really care. I start to care when these people get into positions of power, and they can make policy or for example, I start to care when someone says, Well, I don't want black people in my neighborhood. Okay, well, then I start to care. Then I started to say Okay, dude. Well, you're a racist and we live in a multicultural society in a multicultural society by every single metric is a good thing. It's a good thing. Go look at the data. You can check it out by every single metric and again, you know if it's just to say this When you say I don't trust blacks that I do not know that's kind of a lie. Okay? That's kind of an embellishment because here's why you say it. Three black families bought homes in our circle. I might really consider moving because it is possible that many black families might lower the property value. Okay, Well, you wouldn't say that. If, for example, uh Michael Jordan bought a home next to you, and then Oprah bought a home next to you. And then Kanye West brought a home next to your Lester Holt. Bottom home next to you or Bryant Gumbel bought a home next to you or anything like that. You wouldn't say that right? No. Dr Ben Carson. If he brought it home next to Candice Owens, Thomas Soul Cornel West. I don't know. You wouldn't say that. Why? Because these are all fabulously wealthy people and well known people you are talking about. Judging somebody because you don't know them. And this is what makes you a part time racist. Do you see what I'm saying? You are judging someone because you were saying, Well, I can infer their behavior based on the color of their skin. But obviously, if Michael Jordan bought the house next to you, you wouldn't move. Saying This is what this is why it's such a stupid thing to say. Moving on. This guy says, Uh, if a Muslim family moved in, I would really consider moving. I do not trust any Muslim seat. Now that makes you a full time racist. You see, Now we can part this apart. We can break it in different kind of pieces. You don't trust any Muslim whatsoever. See, that is a real issue. That fundamentally is a real issue because if a Muslim family moved next to me I wouldn't have an issue with it wouldn't have an issue with it. But you go on to paint this picture in your email. Where you say Okay, Well, there was, you know, I disagree with what looks to be like some amalgam of Sharia law is what you're criticizing in your email says I do not trust any Muslim. Perhaps 12 years ago in the local library, there was a teen girl Muslim all dressed in black head to foot with black lives. Okay, So you're talking about a very repressive society. So what you're really saying Is that you don't like this kind of dogmatic, repressive society in whatever form it takes. So you again this It becomes much more complicated than just I don't like black people. I don't like Muslim people. And this is why clarity of thought and clarity of words is so important because otherwise you come across sounding like a total idiot. And this person, by the way, sends me emails all the time that are really nice and really sweet And they're you know, they're really complimentary towards my show and all this other kind of stuff. But when you say who is a racist to answer your question, Idiots are Racists. Morons are racist people who cannot adequately articulate their ideas or their frustrations or whatever it is that what however, they feel about society? Those kinds of people are Racists. Unlearned men are Racists. This is a a simple equation to make. It is very difficult to be a racist and be highly educated now. Sure, there are examples out there of you know, Eugenicist sor something like that, or, you know, with those kinds of people for sure a racist And there are examples of you know, Uh, Abram X Candy is a great example of this Supermax candy is a phenomenally educated man who is also a filthy, filthy racist. Robin D'Angelo is another example of this very well educated woman, but is a filthy, filthy, filthy, racist. So again. This is all kind of this big gray space, but the more pieces that you can put together The more you can form the identity of a racist. Someone who says I will move if black people moving next to me. That makes you a racist. If you say I will move If a Muslim family moves in next to me, that makes you a racist, maybe not full time. Maybe not full time, but most certainly part time, And I thank you for being so honest in your email about your racism, and I thank you for being so, you know, forthright in your racism because when people talk like this, it makes it much easier to address it. It makes it much easier to call it out. I would much rather have people just come to me and say, Hey, Jack Stein. I'm a racist. And have them try to bury it and kind of white supremacist talking point. I would rather just have someone say, Hey, I'm not really sure if I'm a full time Racists are part time racist well again, then we can parse it apart. We can deal with it and we can properly identify it. You know, I think maybe one of the problems in the United States that we have right now is we don't properly identify or we don't allow people to properly identify themselves And just to say, Hey, I hold these evil, awful bigoted ideas and then we need to call it out and then we get to move on from it. Right. It's better for society. When we opened the Overton.
"kiro" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Yeah, you know, at that point, and now by the way, if he wants to win us back, you need to do something about this Texas abortion law, like pack the courts. There is opportunity for him to win us back, But I got to say it's it's stuff here. You know he's going to deliver us. Uh um, A bipartisan Infrastructure bill, and that's great. That's going to happen, and then he's going to try to give us a just democratic social program of which, of course, the repugnant ones don't want to take any part, Billy. I'm going to have to break down the infrastructure bill for you. Because if I went over the infrastructure bill speaking of your Judaism, Billy, if I went over the infrastructure bill with you, you would blow a gasket. I mean, this is a ridiculous payout effectively. Two in the border to contractors and unions, Billy I mean, this is not what you think. Getting money. They have to do something, my friends. Yeah, but it is not really where we're not really You and I went over this previously. And you and I had a very long conversation around whether or not an electrician should make $135 an hour to retrofit all federal buildings, incandescent light bulbs. I mean, that is in the Bill, Billy, and that's insane. Don't believe you. I'm gonna believe you. Okay, then. Looks like Billy the next time we next time we have ourselves a little sit and talk. We're going to go over. For your infrastructure Bill. Well, I'll read it seriously seriously cannot possibly say the words were paying electrician's $125 an hour? Yeah, that's sudden you get all nickel and dime on me, Billy, is that Can I bring up the dollar amount? You I got a guy that will do it for 20. I mean, that's right. You should have got to get it for you. Wholesale. Yeah, that's crazy is crazy. How could it possibly say that, Jack? That's um unions unions, Billy. You know you didn't You know, unions I can see. I can see 30. I can see 60 an hour. Can't see over 16. Alright, Billy. Well, we gotta get out of here because Shane and I have to do a little bit of his segment. But thank you. All right, so we'll take a really quick break. We'll be right back with Mr Shane Peterson on this Labor Day special right after this. Seattle's morning news school gets underway and kids gather in larger groups in classrooms. How do you stop the transmission of the virus? If you're still questioning masks? You may want to hear this study just released out of Bangladesh study's authors say they tracked some 340,000 adults in 600 rural villages in Bangladesh, they say when mask wearing increased covid cases decreased by more than 9%. Researchers from Yale, Stanford and the Bangladeshi nonprofit Green Voice say they found masks protected both Those who wore them and other people. Better mash saw offered better protection 69 on your smart speakers. It is off. Childhood is wanting a variety of different baked sweets. And someone telling, you know adulthood is wanting a variety of different baked sweets.
"kiro" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"All right. Welcome back to Cairo nights on the line Right now is tar Khonsari, who is currently in the fine state of California. The Golden State because our own Tara Khonsari board top producer extraordinary. Decided to go back to college for some strange and odd reason. Instead of pursuing a career in broadcast media, he decides to abandon everybody in who he works with. He decides to leave us for no good reason. And he decides to go back to San Francisco of all places to get. What do they call that thing again? Tarek. What do they call that thing that you're getting in school? Much needed degree. Yeah, er, mark needed so, Tarek. Thanks for joining us on the, uh, on the what is it? The Labor Day Special when Jack Stein should be having the day off, But he does not So, um, Tareq, I'm deeply curious about this. Uh, right now being back in college, Covid is a thing. The delta variant is the thing and you are in one of the most Densely populated city scapes in the continental United States. You are around gross college students who barely shower and who never brushed their teeth. This is pretty cringe, Dude, I mean, this is pretty cringe, right? Well, the 2 50 thing. I mean, well, First of all, you've got all those actors and actresses in L A saying, Hey, we shower to be there to It's not at the trend. Yeah, I don't have to do that. Right. So, actually, you can blame Bennett Jack and not us because he blamed us multiple times already, but anyway. Would have to say. I mean that fact. I haven't even noticed that the whole brush thing because the one thing that stands out to me since beginning school just two weeks ago is that everybody is very masks outside Now don't get me wrong inside. It's required. Everyone's wearing it. No problem there, but everybody in this super white white on campus like there's attentive room. It's a ton of grass, Southern places like space out and everybody's wearing a math. And when I don't want to wear one outside do what happens? 30 looks really look after dirty look like what are you doing? What are you doing? It's like, literally the risk of transmission. I get you scared, but I'm staying away from you. I'm walking around you. I'm saying at least like 33 from these people, and they're like, Do you have a gun? You What? What is this? Do I have a huge knows? I mean, people in the radio don't know because it's an audio thing, but She chose my map. It wants to worry most outside when it's hot outside, and honestly, it is so frustrating because every teacher is like, you know, you probably should wear one outside, too, but we're not going to tell you to do that. But we just kind of guilt you into that. It's like it's insane, actually is insane. I This is my problem with the whole, like, you know, mask thing in, uh, you know, outdoor mask thing is that if we look at the data, and everyone gets so mad at me whenever I pull up the data, but we're going to do it anyway. Tark You and all of the filthy, disgusting stoners that you're going to school with, statistically are the least likely to die from Covid 19 and also statistically, the less likely to end up in the hospital with serious complications from Covid 19. Mhm. I would imagine that you and all the liberal hippies in San Francisco, California would at least want to follow the data, which says that Covid 19 does not do well in sunlight. It simply does not as a as a viral particle. When it goes out into the year. It does very bad and UV light. It does not have the the same amount of protection. Let us say a flu virus has, and that's not for me. That's from Dr Z M. D PhD, who could probably say it with a lot more scientific jargon that I could ever possibly hope to say it with. But I would imagine that being that you're at a four year university that everybody they would say, Oh, let us stick to the science, Shall we? And the science tells us that when young people are outside They do not need to wear a mask. Yeah, No, You're completely right. And I think honestly, if you were to get each student into a room with a mask, of course, because you have to butt into a room and asked them how do you feel like if you feel comfortable Would you take it off? I'm sure 60 to 70%. Maybe even 80% would be like, you know, Actually, I would, but I just want to make other people feel uncomfortable because it really feels like I hate to say this because I am all for keeping people safe. But it feels like it's everybody's like kind of looking at each other and going. I don't want to be that guy. Yeah. Know that it's a bit of an overreaction because listen, if it came out that Oh, well, Kobe transmit over and in the air a little bit more this time like it like, you know, there's new science that comes out. Okay, I get that. You know, I'm all about making people you know, having a safe environment, but it's come out like Dr Z said many times in your show, or, like others doctors that we kind of said this If it comes out that transmission outside is minimal to none. Then I don't feel like when I'm 30 to 40 ft, away from the nearest student I should have to wear especially if I have to work for a three hour class all the time. I can't even drink water in the class. Have to walk outside the drink Water. Wow. Wow. Wow. Yeah, That's the world we live in now, and I don't want to argue about the in inside thing because I get the torments. The transmission happens. But you know, it's frustrating. At times, I won't lie so dark. I think that you should have that You should go to your professors and that you should say, Hey, I know this guy. I work with this guy. He's a world class radio broadcaster. He is up and he's up in Seattle. And we should have him. Give the class Dave Ross. Yeah, Getting around. It's going around The Davis is a legend. Like his name is Diamond Dave Ross. And he's a gem. No, but my I should say, I know this guy Jack Stein and I will be more than happy to to give any of your classes of fund lecture on radio broadcasting. And then play it for the Cairo night's audience. I think that that would be amazing where I go in front of, um you know, however many blind ignorant Children there are what what college? You're going to Tark. Where are you right now? I'm going to San Francisco State University at the moment. No. Mm. Didn't even he didn't even have the you didn't have the grades to get into the university system, bro. What are you doing? Come on, Tara. Even like I went to the university system. You're in the state school system, Dude. Well, I'm sorry that I don't have a plethora of cash like in my back pocket, but it's also a great broadcasting school and they opened a brand new radio facility. And I'm sure they would love to talk to you because they have the same political points as you every single one of them. Mm. Excellent. So they're very wise people. But, you know, target. I will say this that right now I would think that being in college is pretty cringe in general, I would have actually and this is just me. I would have waited a little bit. I would have let the momentum of Covid kind of die out a little bit. I would have Uh, continued my my radio broadcasting career in Seattle. I would have just done that dude. But instead you decided to go against my advice and Shane's advice and you decided to run back to California and go to school. Yeah, well, you know, I'm telling you, it's really It was a tough decision. And if it comes out that I don't end up loving it up here after a little while, maybe maybe it returns in order. I mean, who knows? It's just, you know, it's one of those things where I feel like if I didn't try it Now, I would get caught up with other things. So you know, risk reward the way it is Jack. Yeah, I hear you, man. I just So I have a friend of mine who is who also decided to go back to school, and she was telling me that life on campus where she is. Is like it's fascist, that everything that she does is heavily regulated. The masks are heavily enforced, and even though she's been vaccinated in the majority of the kids have been vaccinated at this particular college. They still are acting as if, um we are a year ago when it comes to Covid 19, and they are acting like it's a huge deal when she was saying, You know, any time someone in the class feels the slightest bit ill, they don't come to class. There's kind of this social contract that they have in place, and not only that, but the professors are allowing wiggle room. So if you do feel ill, you can zoom into the class. And this is what I find so interesting about it is that when you When you when you give people that amount of leeway, Guess what people do. They fall in line with it. They go right in line with it. It's when you begin to put, uh, this kind of fascist I don't know what you want to call it standard onto people's lives is when they begin to freak out. So, Tarek, we're out of time, but thank you so much for for calling in tonight. We really do appreciate it on the Labor Day special coming up next Shane Peterson and I are going to be doing a little bit of good news and a whole lot more Cairo.
"kiro" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Lived through and the relationship to climate change. First, I'll just say is someone who studied whether my whole life I've never seen anything like this before. That's how crazy the weather is this summer. It's not just your imagination. It's not just media or social media. It is the fact that it's actually the case. The Tennessee floods Are less frequent than once in 1000 year event. That means if you lived there for over 1000 years to may may experience something like that, once the European floods once in 400 Year event, made up to nine times worse by climate change. You know. So the bottom line here and this really is this simple. The atmosphere was warmer. We have and the ocean's warmer. We have more energy in the system. When you have more energy, everything is spiked and enhanced and made worse. That is the case with flood because the atmosphere can hold more moisture. We also think the jet stream maybe kind of becoming more loopy and slowing down, causing systems too slow. That's what happened in tendency. That's what happened in Europe. That's what happened in New York City, actually. With a little extension from Andre. Um, and what's happening in the West is that because we're warming the soil, it's not so much that less rain is it is true. We're ready Drought right now and That may change in 10 years where we'll get more rain. What's not going to change is air temperatures continue to warm, so we evaporate a lot more moisture from the soil. So everything dries out. Vegetation dries out, the ground dries out. We are water resources. Try out as you've seen inventories stories out there and talk more about that. And it causes exponential growth and fires. I mean, look at what's happening in California right now. Three huge fires two of them over 100,000 Acres, one of them over 700,000 acres, which may grow the largest fire ever in California history. And, of course, you guessed it last year was the largest Complex fire in California history. And Ben. You see the human consequences of this. You talk to people who are experts in this field from a lot of different perspectives. How would you characterize or try to explain to one of your closest friends what the summer has been like, You know, I keep saying people keep asking me about what's happening out West that spent a lot of time out there in the last couple of months. And you know from just your regular person to the scientists who are really in the weeds on this. They're very concerned, because exactly what Jeff just said. They're having precipitation is following more as rain than snow, So it's not stored up in the mountains to flow into those reservoirs when they need it, and because it is so dry out there the same amount of precipitation Doesn't lead to the same amount of water in a reservoir anymore because it basically just get sucked into the ground because everything is so dry, so they're no longer talking about you know, kind of pray for rain. Let's see what happens there talking very seriously about adaptation. What do we do in the future Because they view this That's much closer to what's going to be normal for them than some anomaly that.
Taliban Tries to Set up Government Amid Humanitarian Crisis in Afghanistan
"US military Now out of Afghanistan, the Taliban is asserting control in the country, CBS Charlie Delgado explains. The Taliban says they are now close to announcing a new government just one or two days away now. For a country on the verge of collapse. It can't come quickly enough. United Nation does warned of a humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan. It says entire regions of the country could run out of food within a
Food in Afghanistan Could Run out This Month
"The Taliban is asserting its control. Taking over the country was the easy part. Now comes the job of running it. CBS is Charlie Daggett explained. The Taliban says they are now close to announcing a new government. Just one or two days away now, But for a country on the verge of collapse, it can't come quickly enough. The United Nations says entire regions of the country could run out of food within a month.
4-Year-Old Girl Discovers Rare Stingless Bees in California
"Four year old girl with a knack for nature, found two colonies of rare stainless bees that went unnoticed for 70 years. The bugs were taken to California's Department of Food and Agriculture Plant Pest Diagnostic Branch. We're scientists say it's a rare find as the Bugs live in
Kanye West Brings out Marilyn Manson, DaBaby at Donda Event
"I just picture you know me being a Kanye fan. I only see myself existing in Kanye's world. And being a loyal supporter to report the news. But you know, last night he had a big performance at Soldier Field in Chicago. He's you know, releasing a new album. He's been doing some of these big stadium tours. And they are far from what you would call a normal record release or just any normal performance in any way shape. Well, he's selling out stadiums to listen to the album, right. He's not even performing which is really unique. Yeah, but the thing is, is that there's also been some of these other different types of, you know. Pop ups of different types of other types of famous hardest, other things that are coming into these types of acts, and I saw this on Buzzfeed's news today, A Kanye West brought out Marilyn Manson and the baby out on stage at his latest album, Listening to Party, even though one of them has a sexual assault allegations, and the other one has anti gay allegations against them, which is causing A pretty huge backlash. And, you know, we all know Kanye Kanye is the greatest artist of a generation, self proclaimed self proclaimed, He's I. The thing is that I love. I love how confident he is a part of my reason why I love God. He so much as I kind of buy into the craziness of it because I'm like dude graduations like one of the best albums ever like that album is a killer. And the thing that you can just keep progressing and keep making hits and being a success and then also dive bombing in your life. The dude's an absolute treasure. But when
Ida to Make Landfall in Louisiana as a Category 4 Hurricane
"IDA has a bullseye on Louisiana. The National Hurricane Center says it's on track to reach Category four when it makes landfall this Sunday. This is an incredibly serious and potentially deadly situation, CBS meteorologist David Parkinson said. It's possible I could strengthen to a Category five hurricane comes
US Troops and Afghans Killed in Suicide Attacks Outside Kabul Airport
"S service members and dozens trying to leave Afghanistan, including women and Children are dead after suicide bomb attacks near the airport in Kabul. CBS is Charlie Delgado reports. Isis claimed responsibility, posting a picture of the alleged suicide bomber, the Taliban responsible Yet despite specific warnings from Western intelligence agencies that an attack was imminent, Afghanistan's new rulers were incapable of doing anything to stop it. The White House has ordered flags to be flown at half staff to honor the victims of today's attacks. CBS Steve Dorsey with President Biden's response, We will hunt you down. And make you pay. The president addressed the nation amid heightened criticism over his administration's handling of the situation in Afghanistan. I instructed the military whatever they need if they need additional force. I will granted President Biden met with his national security team in the situation room in the aftermath of the blast. Several planned White House events, including the president's meeting with the Israeli prime minister or postpone, Senator
Seahawks TE Luke Willson Retires After Re-Signing With Team Due to Heart Issue
"By Wednesday. Seahawks tight end Luke Wilson has announced his retirement a day after resigning with the team. In a statement, he said he spent time during the hospital during the off season, and it changed his perspective on his life. Wilson was 1/5 round pick by Seattle in 2013 and spent parts of seven seasons with the Seahawks. So I'm not to
U.S. Evacuations From Afghanistan Total 82,300 in 11 Days
"Brought about 20 evacuees to the airport in Kabul. In the last 11 days, some 82,000 people have been evacuated from there. Correspondent Kelly McCormick on the continuing evacuation efforts. Flights are leaving every 39 minutes, according to General Hank Taylor, But many are still waiting. There are more than 10,000 people currently at this time at the airport awaiting departure. It's a race against time. With the withdrawal date approaching, We will continue to evacuate needed populations all the way to the end if we have to, and we need to, But Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says the focus will shift to getting American troops out. We will have to Reserve some capacity in those last couple of days to prioritize the military footprint leaving and there's anger in
Afghan Translator Says He Owes His Life to Former Green Beret
"To get US troops out of Afghanistan looming, an Afghani translator says he owes his life to a Seattle man rock Much safari worked as an interpreter for U. S Special forces. What would the Taliban have done to you? They're going to kill me. Either way, he told us. His family owe their lives to a green beret who became a friend. He's his name is Greg Adam. He's back in the United States. He helped us a lot. Major Greg Adams is now a civilian from his home in Seattle. He remotely guided rock, mod and other Afghan interpreters. Through the chaos at Kabul's airport, using text messages, Adam says he did it because the troops owe their lives to their translators. On
"kiro" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Biden meets with his national security team to discuss the security challenges facing US forces in Afghanistan. There is just one week left to finish the withdrawal of all Americans and Afghan allies. CBS's Nancy Cordes. Reports The first point of Afghan allies has arrived in the United States. A planeload of Afghan refugees landed today at Washington's Dulles Airport. They're being temporarily housed at four different military bases around the country that are now frantically building up capacity to accommodate a combined 25,000 people. A legal victory for convicted felons in North Carolina trying to regain the right to vote. CBS is Peter King, Two of the three judges on a Superior Court panel have agreed to would order allowing convicted felons who sentences didn't include prison time to regain their voting rights. That means if they have completed all aspects of their sentences, including parole and or probation, as many as 56,000 people can register. The decision comes after lawsuits by ex offenders and civil rights groups. As wildfires burn across California, Cal Fire director Tom Porter says of potential new fire activity in the northern part of the state. We have many Large, damaging fires that are ongoing, particularly in the north part of the state, and they're going to continue to grow and get bigger. At the stroke of midnight. Kathy Huckle is set to become the first female governor of New York. Andrew Cuomo leaves office over sexual harassment allegations and in a pre recorded farewell address, Cuomo portrays himself as the victim of a media frenzy. Existing home sales rose in July and inventory ticked higher..
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Race in the Ranks: Investigating Racial Bias in the U.S. Military
"After the armed services were integrated. It is still a fact of life in the U. S. Military that African Americans are more likely to be disciplined and less likely to be promoted than whites. As we first reported earlier this year, Even the most successful black officers routinely feel the sting of racial bias. Large segments of the rank and file believe the system is stacked against them. The military has made attempts to deal with inequality before But this time it's happening under the eye of Lloyd Austin, this country's first African American secretary of defense of former soldier who experience discrimination firsthand. It doesn't change as you climb the ladder. You still you still get the doubts? They're always going to be people because of what you look like That will question your qualifications. Your priorities with the secretary Roid Austin climbed every rung in the Army, starting at West Point and rising all the way to four star general many times breaking barriers as the first African American ever to hold the job. There's probably not a job that I had since I was a lieutenant Colonel, or some people didn't question whether or not I was qualified to take that job. It's the world I live in. And I'm sure that the other officers that you talked to what would probably say the same thing. There's not a day in my life, David When I didn't wake up. And think about the fact that I was a black man. Number of the African Americans that we have talked to for this story has said, when they are the only one in the room. I feel as if they're not being listened to Did you have that experience? Absolutely have that experience and I found ways to operate to adapt in 1995 as the 82nd airborne is first African American operations officer. Then Lieutenant Colonel Austin adapted by having someone else give his briefings. Someone he felt white officers were more likely to listen to was that a white
Biden Tries to Restore Calm Amid Chaos in Kabul
"kiro" Discussed on The RCWR Show with Lee Sanders
"You're more than welcome and while we talk a little bit more about rampage. The matches tonight You know not long windy whatsoever by the way. Did you guys know that. I am one of the new columnists for four one. One mania dot com right. Now you know we're just starting nice and slow you know just baby steps but right now i'm pretty much going in there and i'm providing a e w rampage live coverage in immediately after rampages over. I'm typing up a review So to join that you guys can get from me Basically if you're more interested in just wash your review of some of the stuff. The hair came about usually by about eleven fifteen pm. Fifteen minutes after rampages over you can just wait for that article and you can get my thoughts and all that. But i kinda like it when we're doing it right here because as much more expanded and i don't have to worry about i don't have to worry about ochia a certain cap limit because i can't go as much in detail as i like to when i'm writing up these joints because i've got a pretty much be an and out in everything but can we just talk about. It's only three matches. Can we talk about some of the matches that came down from rampage tonight. I mean we're pretty much anna now. We'll talk about smackdown and please continue on with your comments. I am looking at your comments. I'll show you guys A lot of love for comments right after we get done talking about these three matches. But let's talk about j. cargo taken on kiro hogan man i look. I don't know how you guys personally feel about that match up. But i was a little bit salty about that match up now. Look i got nothing but mad. Respect for jade cargill. She has become one of my favorites right down to the point so funny too because at my panel earlier today we made time for listener questions. Not adding one of the questions. That i was asked was who are some of the people in aid. W that you'd like right now that you do like checking out on a regular basis and you know it's kind of funny because i i remember. We kind of talked about that a little bit..
Hurricane Watch in New England for Henri
"Are bracing for their first hurricane in 30 years as tropical storm on re barrels toward the Northeast Coast. And a Sunday landfall. WBZ TV's Beth Germano is watching preparations on Cape Cod. Steve Godfrey and his wife were getting in a final bike ride before cutting their vacation short just because we don't want to get stuck on the wrong side of the bridge. They're staying at the sands of time in in Falmouth, where owners are concerned about damage from the storm and the business impact just coming back out of the pandemic. And really things have gone very well over the summer and now With this potential forum. Big change in it. It certainly is concerning his
Doctors Are Relying More on Monoclonal Antibodies to Fight COVID
"For Covid 19 is showing a great deal of progress. David Begnaud reports from hard hit Louisiana monoclonal antibodies, lab grown proteins that help the body target and eliminate covid infection, according to Dr Thomas Galit, chief medical officer at ST Francis Medical Center in Monroe, Louisiana. They have become the most effective therapy yet has done a great job of helping high risk patients stay out of the hospital. The therapy is becoming more available at hospitals and clinics around the country. But it is only administered after infection within 10 days of the first symptoms and before those symptoms get to severe what type of sickness do you usually say that's too sick to receive if they are having profound oxygen requirements continued high grade beavers dehydration. Since July. The first we've given about 1700 doses. One of those doses went to 42 year old Scotty Johnson. We were there when he got his infusion three weeks ago in Monroe, as Covid was attacking his body. It feels like somebody's choking you. You start coughing, but nothing comes out this week. We followed up with him and we met his wife, Meg. They both got the antibody treatments right around the same time. I just really start feeling good about Three or four days ago, probably, but I feel like I'm like 90% now, while Scotty did not get the vaccine bag did my wife got anybody treatment? On Thursday. I tested positive on Friday. On Saturday, she was back up cleaning the house and doing dishes and like it never even bothered. While the antibody treatments can be effective, they are not a substitute for vaccines, says CBS News Medical contributor Dr David Agus. There's no question the vaccine is better than an antibody. But in the case where your immune suppressed and you can't make a good response to a vaccine, they're lifesavers. So this is an important part of our arsenal. But it certainly is not the only weapon in our arsenal. Vaccines are Front line. No question about it to fight a virus in today's world, and that
Teachers in Washington State Must Get Vaccinated — or They Could Be Fired
"At my northwest Com Teachers and other school workers in Washington state will be required to get a covid 19 vaccine and refusal could lead to getting fired. This parent was among the people outside the state Capitol protesting the rule like Kids, teachers lose their jobs. It's scary right now for them, and we are concerned their body their choice. The state is allowing exemptions for medical
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"kiro" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe
"In his late thirties with blonde hair. He was breathing hard drenched in sweat but good-humored his name was gene. It said so right there on his work shirt. Please tell me they pay you a fortune. The inspector laughed and hammered his chiseled deep into the rotten grout. I wouldn't call it a fortune. He said but i'm doing pretty well. How about the smell. Do you ever get used to it. The man can get used to anything. Jean said for the next hour. Our hero forgot all about the camera and worked as the inspectors apprentice. He hammered out bricks. He mixed grout. He bumbled and fumbled and got more wrong than right but he tried. And that s- when it happened. There at the subterranean crossroads covered in poop and taking orders are hero finally realized he wasn't the star of the show. Real star was gene. The modest sewer inspector working beside him thus began a new chapter in the life of our humbled kiro who was inspired in that moment to create a new kind of show a show with mission instead of a script a guest instead of a host. A show you may have seen. That led to a podcast. You may have listened to and a book that you'll probably finished today unless of course you decide to go back to the beginning which would please our hero to no end anyway. That's the way i heard it. Turn.
"kiro" Discussed on Stuck Mic AvCast – An Aviation Podcast About Learning to Fly, Living to Fly, & Loving to Fly
"They're finally getting the recognition that they deserve. Don't you think you know absolutely. I think they were saying that was in two thousand. They just recently received the congressional award. And i'm like why did it take so long. I'm glad it happened but that kinda prompted more questions like i. I didn't know who they were. I had no idea that they existed in. It's a shame because these women were such powerful moguls in the industry in the nineteen forties during the war. That helps support the men. And i'm like why are we forgetting about that piece of our history. So i actually Have a ton of interviews lined up with the waas There's actually a movie. That's coming out. So i have an interview with the director Kate kiro white believe is surname. Heard of it. I have rise above. The wasp is amazing movie..
"kiro" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast
"The interesting point is that sikora had seen kiro in a dream she had. And now it's like this dream has become reality. so now it's up to sikora and hero to basically find and recapture all the cards before they wreak havoc on the world basically. She has the windy card as the only card right now and then she sees the fly card which is like this giant bird and she combats it with the help from the kiro as adviser and the windy card as her helpful card and she basically uses the card to chain up the fly card and then she turns it back into a card announced she can use the card to basically fly with her staff which is like a key she uses this low key to make the creatures back into cards and her risking her life and being not really having confidence in herself is basically what happens in the first episode. I think she needs to learn to have more confidence in herself. I mean she did capture the second and not many people could do that and then the next day and well she goes to school and of course something weird has happened because she's at school and her best friend shows her film apparently our best friend had filmed her doing the card. Captor thing and now she is busted so madison as now joined the team of the knowing view and kiro had snuck away in her backpack so as even more of a giveaway anyway so now they have to go up against the next card. Which is the shadow card. And it's been making mischief in the school so it's collected everybody's shadows and this makes things difficult for sikora to base it. It's like how. Am i supposed to face all these shadows when i only really need to capture a one card thankfully kiro and mass in are there to help because they basically used the light from the school to get rid of all the other shows except for the one that sikora needs to fight also madsen made the adorable little costume that sikora wears in the episode..
"kiro" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"For you, Chris? You're like you're like an actual instructor. You do sales, but you're more of like the hands on the On the firearm itself. Kind of a guy. Yeah, Yeah, Somebody asks me. I tell Mama Firearm safety instructor right? And also even though you and I are fairly close in age, I have been ravaged by time. And I have just salt and pepper throughout my old old man. Wrinkle face. Chris Hines. Ullman is the picture of youth youthful essence healthy beard. Healthy look at the healthy skin complexion and I looked like just a horrible adult. So much for our resident gun. Geiman. I appreciate it. Yeah, I think what you're seeing is a little bit of color I get from the absolute sunburn, but I'm rocking right now. Normally, I'm nice, Pasty white. Yeah. Uh, so we talk about guns. We talk about gun control. We also talk about the idea is that people are floating around and I didn't want to throw you under the bus with this, but I did find this earlier today. About the differences between Washington State and how Washington state compares to other states when it comes to the right to keep and bear arms without restrictions. I found it to be really kind of fascinating read, this is from patch dot com. It's from, um last month, but still it's really interesting to kind of go through it into C In 2020. The gun control laws in Washington were ranked as the 10th strongest in the country. As the laws received a B plus from the Giffords Law Center. Washington had 10.7 gun deaths per 100,000 residents in 2020, the 15th lowest rate among all states. So why then? Do you think we see this push from Dow Constantine? That we need to introduce $1.47 million in investments to curbing gun violence. Through data driven identification of the groups and neighborhoods at the highest risk. Do you think that this would be? Um, um, necessary? I guess for those groups the way that you see it the way you perceive it to be. I mean, I guess they've kind of made it necessary, haven't they? I mean, with with Seattle PD officer leaving in drug Yeah, that's true. Droves. Excuse me. Yeah, I've got some buddies. And of course I I know a lot of the guys that either or at or used to be at that department. No, man. They're they're they're taking off. Yeah. Sure crime is on the rise. So okay. What else you gonna do about it? Yeah, And I think it's an interesting. You know, I've always thought Well, let me back up. Did I ever tell you the story about when I was pulled over by by a sheriff by a cop for smoking, weed and driving. No, not that I recall. Please be sure so I was I I was like 20 years old and I was a total punk rocker. You know, all cops are bad. That kind of thing Where I'm like. All cops are fascists and I'm driving a buddy of mine home on 4 20. We had been smoking weed all day long. I'm blown out of my mind. I have no reason to be behind the wheel of a car, right? Sheriff pulls me over about 10 minutes away from my buddy's house. So I was I was almost there. I had almost made it all the way to the my buddy's house. But he pulls us over. I roll down the window. Sheriff walks up. He kind of looks like, uh, He kind of looked like John Madden the football guy. If John Madden had like, bleach, blonde hair, big, old fat guy, old sheriff all timely, sheriff, but he had bleach blonde hair. He says. You've been smoking weed and I go. Yeah, And he goes was the last time you smoking weed in your car. And I said I wasn't smoking weed in my car. I was just been smoking weed all day and he goes. All right. Turn off your car, You know. Turn off the engine, blah, blah, blah. I'm having a full blown panic attack. The guy pulls me out of the car. He puts me in handcuffs. He he puts my buddy in handcuffs. The other sheriff shows up there talking about towing my car. And we're out in this rural area in California, right, So the tow truck has to drive like an hour to come. Get my car, tow it to the tow yard were out in the middle of nowhere, Sheriff says, Uh, Forget that. Forget the tow truck. And he pulls me out of the back of the cop car. And he says, Listen, man, I could hit you with, like D u I d w I I can hit you with everything under the sun right now. Like your high out of your mind. What are you doing behind the wheel of a car and I'm like 20? I'm like I know. I'm sorry. Am I crying and on my my attitude just goes out the window right? And he says, he says, uh, I want you to park your car in that parking lot over there. I'm going to give you your keys. I want you to park your parked car in that parking lot over there. And then I want you to call your mom or your dad or whoever I want them to come Pick you up. And I was like this is a trick right? Because I'm going to get back in the car and they're going to start shooting. I had that mentality. And so I did exactly what he told me to do. I get out of the car. I hand him the keys. I call my grandfather. It's like three o'clock in the morning. My grandfather sitcom he picks me up. The officer. By the way, I forgot this part of the story. They tossed my whole car. They they find the weed in my car. They have me stomp it out on the ground. And this is before marijuana was legal in the state of California, but anyway My experience with that cop was not one of this guy is out to get me or this guy is out, too, You know, But that was my mentality is the point of this story. My mentality was that this was a fascist. This was an evil guy. And in reality is a small town local sheriff who's like I'm not going to give this kid a felony for driving around smoking weed. I'm just going to humiliate him and embarrass him in front of his grandfather and his friends. That's exactly what he did. And the other thing he told me is, he says now I know your name. Now I know your face. If I catch you driving around high, I'm gonna next time you're going to jail Next time you're going to prison, and I said you got it and I never did it again. I never did it again to this day. The idea of getting behind the wheel of a car after beer or glass of wine is something that I will not do to this day. I'm 33 that happened 12 years ago, So my point is The whole kind of defund the police thing. I think that they miss that potentially the officers who are best for the force like that sheriff that I met all those years ago, the officers who are actually willing to work within a community. They're looking around. And they're saying Why would I want to services community? Why would I want to be here with this community? If everything that I do could go out the window. In 30 seconds. And if I my entire life could be ruined in 30. Seconds. If you know if I'm trying to subdue a guy and he turns his neck the wrong way, and he dies. Or if I'm involved in an officer involved shooting? Why would I want to be on the force? Why would I want to jeopardize my life when I could go anywhere else and go to the police department? That's going to treat me better. Yeah. I mean, not even not even all the terrible things that could happen that could that could get him, You know? His life kind of ruined, But just like assume that people get into that field because they care and they want to help people, right? Yeah, if those same people are the ones that are constantly yelling at you and blaming you for everything bad that happens like it's difficult to want to help people who Don't like you very much. I don't like you at all. Yeah, yeah. Spoken and vocal about it. So a I'm going to if I'm trying to put myself in their shoes a I'm going to go out and and, you know, quote unquote protect and serve a community that constantly throws me under the bus that constantly calls me the bad guy. Right and be it could end up as far as you know, Um Going to president losing my career, Whatever else? Yeah, Absolutely. I'll go over this book, and I'll go over to some other place that has a bit more respect for for the tough job that needs to be done. Yeah, yeah, that's that's crazy to me, man. So when you interact with the cops, because I feel like this is the direction that this conversation is going when you when you operate when you interact with the police officers who come in, and let's say they're trying to purchase a firearm.
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