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"lake city salt lake city" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:57 min | 2 years ago

"lake city salt lake city" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"To Pasadena, California and learned to play the guitar. And an additional number of other instruments or by year apparently never had any formal training, and he has been raided by many the greatest guitarists of all time. We'll be talking about that later on in the show. But it is interesting because he had throat cancer. I had a third of his tongue removed, struggled for quite some time. Before his passing yesterday. And interesting because tonight all eyes will be on Salt Lake City's Salt Lake City. We will have the continuation of the debate. Siri's We're not yet sure about debate Number three that is still scheduled to take place in Florida Debate Number three is actually two in the series involving the president of the United States and Joe Biden. He has gone on record as saying. I'm not going to debate the president if he still Corona virus positive. Sorry that I'm late. Curtis. The bathroom was packed. Well, that's the problem and wait in line. Ladies bathrooms. They never seem to have enough room. We'll know Curtis. It's because it's upstairs. It's upstairs because the bathroom that is closest to us is being worked on. So you have to like Take the elevator, you know, And there was actually there are a lot of people know there's a party will cute party in the lid a properly socially distance jets today. Well, well, they really can't really help but not feed, but they were wearing their masks and when they flushed when they did their flush, remember, we would told party ran. They ran like their lives are depending on well to ensure that that will not take place on the stage. And so Lake City between vice president Pence And vice presidential candidate, Senator Harris, California They have actually separated the candidates by a full 12 ft. So you know how it's always been, said Cuomo will say, What was 6 Ft. Separated 6 FT. Separated. Well, they've double that to 12, especially since the CDC just the other day said. Hey, that particulate I can hang in the air for a month of Sundays. And in addition, they built the Plexi glass partition that separates both which I think was first used in that very caustic debate with Lindsey Graham between Senator Lindsey Graham in South Carolina and his Democratic challenge it Jamie Harrison. It is 50 50. When you look at all the polls that could go either way, and if Jamie Harrison wins That would be momentous. In terms of history, you would have to African Americans representing South Carolina as U. S Senate has won the Republican Scott One the Democrat Harrison that would be history in the making. It would be, But yes, there will be plexiglass. Apparently the pens. People were not happy about that. You know, The reason that they gave was that Eunice is the public reason that they gave. They said that You know, there's no reason because the vice president has not been around President Trump, although he has been around some of the other people that have since come down with Cove it, But the real reason was that he felt his people felt that it was going to be a constant reminder of the president's fallible. A situation which is I think it's a bit silly, and I think it's just a smart thing to do to have the plexus flexi glass. Why not? And in the meantime, there is still an ongoing debate as to whether there should be a debate second round between Biden and President Trump Originally, Joe Biden said, Showa Sure, no problem then, he said. As long as the president is cleared with a clean bill of health that he no longer is infected with the Corona virus. And that seems to have created somewhat of a backlash in social networking. Um, here's my question to all of you. Please explain to me why this is even an issue. If the president or anybody else is infectious. There is positive with Corona virus. Why would we have Anybody around, said person That doesn't make any sense to me. It seems like there shouldn't even be discussing minutes. Of course, they shouldn't have it. If the president is still dealing with Corona virus late later, we're going to discuss the president desperately wants to get back into the West wing, even so much as considering becoming the bubble boy. Where anyone coming in or out would not only have a Hashmat soon on rush parade, their gloves almost look robotic, the way astronauts or sometimes help with Hey, is willing to go through all of that to get back into the West wing toe work, assuming he was still Infected. Couldn't you just zoom in in? I mean, every anybody, everybody zoom, zoom zooms in. Well, that would have the mute button right? They commute him. That's true. Well, they could both do a zoom. I mean, it would be silly for a bite and to have to stand there or, you know, against an empty stage that would look ridiculous. And I also think it would be terrible optics and unfair to the president. But why not? Why not do a zoom? We're all forced to do it well on also, it would sort of set what the time has become Most people communicating now. Through their laptops. I mean, think of it. That'd be incredible. You would be making history. It's a town hall meeting, so it's different than what we saw with Chris Wallace. Or what is scheduled to be the last debate or even the debate tonight in Salt Lake City, which just one on one Apparently there will be a number of citizens. I don't know how they pick him. Who will be asking the questions if that second debate between the president and Biden takes place? Because he's already been controversy about two people supposedly were in town hall meetings who is supposed to be independent and autonomous, and now they've determined that some of them actually in reality, we're not autonomous and independent by that, already basically made their decision in other interviews, but let's hope it up our phones on that 1 808 full rate of you, ABC. That's 1 800 people rate 9 to 2 to. Yeah, I mean, I think I think it's just realistic. I mean, look, if it was Biden, who had tested positive and who was infected into who had been in the hospital Would say it would be silly to even discuss this. If Biden it's still infected. We shouldn't have a debate or it shouldn't be an in person debate. I mean, I don't understand what how that could be even an argument if you were in hospital. I don't wish that upon him, But let's assume because he's going to be tested again. Cause he was in that same auditorium where the debate took place with the president will talk about Rudy being tested again. As I tried to shadow win last night. We were like two ships passing in the night. He's going to be touched it again. But for tonight, Pence's passed tests Harris's pass test other than if they fail a last second test before they enter that stage. There will be some prime opportunities here for both candidates to score points for their standard bearer because I have a feeling that with Harris and it a Harris will do as much as she can to veer the debate towards Corona virus, which is playing well to the Democratic polling and health care. And naturally, Pence will really go at her for the praise that she's given to black lives matter, having praised them just two weeks ago. The brilliance the impact of black lives matter. Protests. Deeming them necessary and they must continue. And so the question would be well Do they continue? If you happen to become Vice President Joe Biden becomes oppression and with a good when they took place when Obama was president, and Biden was vice president. In both Ferguson, Baltimore and shot well, I think she's going to have Tio clearly make a distinction..

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"lake city salt lake city" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"lake city salt lake city" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And then we ended up in Salt Lake City. Okay, That's a big that's a big Yeah. Thanks with major. Do your in Portland. Oh, yeah. By tomorrow, you're gonna be in Seoul. So find a way to get way went to Salt Lake City, and it was five of us had a Cadillac put in a doghouse trailer, I think wouldn't trailer just like a doghouse and had all the gear in it and the five of us would drive. And so we get to. Ah, wait up left Portland, and we went to what I say. I'm Salt Lake City, Salt Lake City, So we played two Blackhawk club there and we became a hit there. We're gonna take a short pause and listen. That was just the beginning. He became a hit in Salt Lake City. But It was non stop. After that. It was an interesting journey, which will continue with my special guest. Sunny Charles from Celebrity Table 30 the legendary bootlegger Italian bistro. It's breaking bread with Bono will be right back. Return to Las Vegas had the legendary bootlegger Italian bistro just a mobile in Las Vegas. It's the legendary bootlegger Italian bistro, where celebrities and locals gather. Open, 24 7 It's true Vegas baby since 1949 from Celebrity Table 30 at the legendary bootlegger Italian bistro days he's breaking bread. With photo here again is two days. Special guests. I have Dennis Bono and welcome back to breaking bread with Bono. My special guest, the legendary Sonny Charles. And we're talking about checkmate and ended up in Salt Lake City. We're hit. We're hit in Salt Lake City and and guitarist. What kind of stuff are you doing? This was now it's gonna be sixties. Well, We We hit way will work in their and our guitarist girlfriend dead was a lawyer. Okay? And he worked out of Vegas. He did about her stuff, So she went to him. Did you got to give him a break? You've got to help him. Get a break. You got to help him get a break, So he got us an audition. To Thunderbird. So we came there Now. Wait. Having here was this. This was 63. OK, so so we come there and all we had was We went to the bartender said You got decent clothes, he said. Here's part in this book. You can get some of this stuff and make a uniform out of it. So.

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"lake city salt lake city" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"lake city salt lake city" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Gonna be in Seoul, so find a way to get way went to Salt Lake City. And it was five of us had a Cadillac. Putting a doghouse training wouldn't treat him just like a doghouse and had all the gear in it, and the five of us would drive And so we get to Ah, We left Portland and we went to what I say. I'm Salt Lake City, Salt Lake City, So we played two Blackhawk club there and we became a hit there. We're gonna take a short pause and listen. That was just the beginning. He became a hit in Salt Lake City. But It was non stop after. I mean, it was an interesting journey, which will continue with my special guest. Sunny Charles from celebrity Table, 30 religion, Very bootlegger Italian bistro. It's breaking bread with Bono will be right back. Return to Las Vegas had legendary bootlegger Italian scrolling just a mobile in Las Vegas. It's the legendary bootlegger Italian bistro, where celebrities and locals gather. Open, 24 7 It's true Vegas baby since 1949 k d. W N. Where locals come to talk. From the entertainment capital of the world, lost Vega's and the legendary liger Italian bistro on the South Strip. It's breaking bread with Bobo. So now let's wine and dine with Dennis and today's special guest from some Liberty table Dirty. He used dead is Moto. Hi. I'm Dennis Bono. And welcome back to another. I guess I used the word episode. I've got to find another word to use besides episode, but another episode of breaking bread with Bono from Celebrity Table 30 the legendary bootlegger Italian bistro in the entertainment capital of the world, and I use that term loosely right now. With my very, very special guests. The bootlegger time Bistro Celebrity Table 30 in Las Vegas. My dear friend, I truly believe is the finest male singer in the business And certainly in this town Since since I've arrived. I've been mesmerized with his charm, His voice and his energy. I'm speaking of the legendary Sonny Charles. Sonny. Good to have you back. Well, well, thank you so much for having me here, Dennis. Well, what What? Antrel? I truly believed I feel like I need to leave the room and come back in and get this is your life. You great teacher, ladies and gentlemen. Um, no, but I truly believe that and.

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"lake city salt lake city" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

07:21 min | 2 years ago

"lake city salt lake city" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"Slash bbq central show on facebook. As we think Robin for joining us this past segment. She had made mention of some creepy grandma account. Now months ago. Could it be a year now? Already it could. I mean definitely months ago. I mean it could be a year I. Guess. But. What I'm here to tell you is. We have tease. I. Talked to Robin Three hours ago or four hours ago. In. Preparation for this segment. And, we agree that we were going to connect the different way. Whatever Go. And right at the end she said, Hey, maybe we can finally talk about that instagram account that we've been teasing months and months and months. Well, we didn't come to that again so. I will now tease it again. Next month, there is a potential opportunity that we will talk about some creepy instagram account that Robin was GonNa talk about months and months ago, we might not get into it. But we might get into it. Who knows. But. I will say that out loud. We might talk about. Here's something I was wondering who was going to notice when I didn't scroll back through all the comments. Guy. Chisholm. Rights. Green shirt. Equals no green screen. I could never wear the shirt before. There was no way. I was ever going to wear the shirt. I mean I, wear it except that. It would. You would just see. The neck up. The shirt would blend in with green screen, I would get keyed out in a heartbeat. So that's why we've moved to the completely natural fabric brick. Which, I think looks pretty good. Very happy with it. I'm very happy with the whole setup I, wish you could see the confidence monitor that I have set up. It's huge. It's a, it's a normal television, just running out from the tower to the computer. Or to the screen. So if somebody were to come in to this portion of the Studio Aka, the unfinished basement, they could pull up a chair slap on some headphones and then watched the show on television. then. If I guess I can just angle it and they can see the show happening as it is. Because seeing it like this, you know all you know you can see bricks over here. You can see the light. You know. Too. Little, unprofessional. But. Not from the head on view, it looks very professional, of course. So. Without the green screen I'm free to widen by. Wardrobe choices if you will. So. We'll see how that works out. I might be wearing a lot. I. Had a lot of these five of these shirts. Red One, blue one, a grey one. Green one. Another one that I can think of right off the top of my head, but it's probably one of those normal collars. So. I can start wearing those now and it's going to be very exciting. Episode One, hundred and thirty, six taking you back to August fifth twenty fourteen. This'll be coming up Friday on the best moments of the barbecue central show the most raved about shows. In the history of this show have always been competition barbecue roundtables and the format. I would ask the three top pitmasters from each kcbs category to come on the show, and for an hour, they would break down and share the entire recipe technique for cooking. Whatever protein we were discussing that night. In this episode, we talk brisket with the top three at the time Donnie brave from Warren County, pork choppers, I. Don't know if he's still competing at this point, but he was a runner-up for team of the year. I think the next year, he was actually team of the year so. In, his timeframe, one of the most successful competition cooks and traveled all over the country to do. It gave some really great prices from what I understand had a great setup in Kentucky. Probably still has a great setup in duckie. Jason. Goal from G.. Q. Barbecue was in and rounding out the panel was Jim. Eleazar from sweet smoke Q.. Both are currently competing Jason a lot more into the restaurant side of things, but when he can fit it in under a normal calendar year. We'll get some contests in still is Highly Professional. It's like highly. That's all right. We got area code eight, zero, one name and where you're calling from. Lake City Salt Lake City. WHO's this? Lee Anthony Luhan. The Anthony Lewis. What can I do for owner? What happened? If you've called the show would happen? Well. First of all, I should've had my skype on mute. So you wouldn't have heard the skype tones come in, and then I get a notification that there's a call coming in and I decided at that very moment. Do I wanNA break format of the take that I'm in and received the phone call or do I just let it go to voicemail and continue on carrying the show as I normally do. But I will I was encouraged. I was encouraged to pick up the phone and LO and behold it's smoke ain't no jokes pit master, the Anthony. Third. So. This past weekend anthony. I did did. I beat my son. That's all that matters saw finally was a day contest or was it a barbecue contest or what? Sea. event. Yes. It was I was able to pick up a check as well to took fourth out of thirty nine teams. What does that what? Was that what? Does that get you? Hundred Fifty Bucks you know. Back. That's. What. I didn't get the message from rosty that I was Gonna be repaying his entry fee. Did you notice a a large influx of straight up sears on steaks or no? Actually. I didn't There's only two serious stakes that I know of in rusty with one of them, and he did not perform as expected and he does not WanNa talk about it anymore. So we'll move on from AL, right. I'll be making a special note to bring that up in the fourth Tuesday of the month about searing stakes. No doubt about it. You'RE GONNA be competing this coming weekend anthony. Not. This. Weekend on taking the weekend off though where they've been going on around here. So I think they can have the following weekend. So how many teams are in that right now you know. So far from what I've heard. There's Pushing close to thirty so we'll.

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"lake city salt lake city" Discussed on Never Ninety Nine

Never Ninety Nine

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"lake city salt lake city" Discussed on Never Ninety Nine

"Abstinence Absolute vs. Leafs ex exactly because the states who practice abstinence their AST levels are super super high their teen pregnancies are super super high, but when you actually start talking about it and you start giving free help, you start handing out condoms, like all kinds of things you get places, you know, clean safe places to go the levels of teen pregnancies and STDs go a long way down in this exact same thing when it comes to an addiction. That's correct. It's so we gotta wait speaking of sex ed. We had really really different experiences so different I I'm from Georgia, I grew up in Greater metropolitan Atlanta area for basically my whole life and you grew up in well a couple of places, but what we're talking about is in Lake City, Salt Lake City, Utah land of the morgue. Yep. So explain his so for me, I'm sorry Bobby. So we had sex that like have like we went to like, I think it started in middle school. We went to like different trailing two boys went to one trailer, which is like one of the house side classrooms and the girls went to another birth. The one outside classrooms of it. I think we watch cartoon videos. I talked about like doing it and stuff. You know what I mean? Like sex is and like like how not to have a baby and you know, what condoms are there get any of that they talked about students particularly a middle school, but as we got older like in ninth grade and stuff like in high school like it changed from like, you know absence is a thing that there's no way you can get pregnant or get an STD if you don't do it often, but if you're going to do it, yeah, here's how you decrease your chances of having a baby that you don't want or an STD, right? They went over like how to use condoms. And so we did. Oh my God, no way even with the banana my health my PE teacher who was my linebacker coach in Middle School in ninth grade show. He pulled out a banana. That's crazy and with Donna condom on and it was blue thought it was a blue condom. They had like over the yellow banana. It was it was unusual and then like when I got into high school they had I think it was the principal's office or a counselor's office..

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"lake city salt lake city" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"lake city salt lake city" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Happened last night on channel four comfortable I wrote down the words comfortable and they're doing things they shouldn't do and they wanted to make sure they're comfortable now part of it of course is that they're in danger from the mob they're afraid of the mob and rightly so because it's a violent criminal mob engaged in mob violence in the name of opposing police brutality they're attacking police again there were what were more than four thousand one hundred arrests over the weekend there were I would estimate certainly hundreds of police officers injured in the in the violence that it's I could it'd be shorter to name the cities that were not attacked and also you should go look at the the politics of the cities and the locales if you took take the you know the satellite view of the United States and overlaid the the red blue map showing where they're Republicans and Democrats in charge and of course overwhelmingly the Republican controlled areas with the gun toting racist white supremacist crazy people perfectly quiet perfectly quiet peaceful people having barbecues cold beers enjoying time with their families and their neighbors and their friends knowing that there was this tragic incident a week ago today in Minneapolis but not destroying the country and waging war against capitalism and the police the thin blue line on Friday I was talking about the thin veneer of civilization and the Finjan Arab civilization is very much under attack in the United States of America by the radical left that's what's going on here hi and George Floyd's death as a tragic death and the the person or people responsible will be held accountable and are being held accountable the rest is the radical left burning the city to the ground all right and and then trying that Democrats not the radical left but mainstream Democrats in Minnesota trying to pretend that it's these mythical white supremacists that we hear so much about Salt Lake City Utah more than two dozen police officers were injured by the mob in Salt Lake City Salt Lake City in Oklahoma City there was violence and I like the mayor of Salt Lake city's it Democrat them provoke Oklahoma City is is not however is a Republican so that's a that's a little it's a tricky tricky situation this this whole thing is so completely nuts nuts I say which were what you say Michael which one is it but but but but above all right lots of audio lots of media lots of politicians and of course your calls you know for everyone's sake we need to avoid large crowds it is specially today in any way that we can right now but what.

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"lake city salt lake city" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

12:09 min | 2 years ago

"lake city salt lake city" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Some breaking news coming out just al we go to I'm not sure who I'm going to in the in the newsroom guardian yes so it seems that Utah just experience a five point seven magnitude earthquake and I'm looking into the specifics of it right here I pull my thing back up five point seven magnitude earthquake it happened in the city of magna which is a suburb of Salt Lake City Salt Lake City is experiencing quite a bit of after shocker after aftermath from a lot of this there are aftershocks are happening or they assume will happen it looks like nobody is hurt I'm not seeing anything as far as that's concerned there is a little bit of structural damage to a few buildings they've lost a couple of breaks stuff like that the governor tweeted out and just told people to stay away from the downtown as they're assessing the situation but it seems like everyone is okay which is good I thank god and will step to see what happens from there well and scored in Salt Lake City area that's that's pretty amazing so that's interesting holy mackerel just just what we needed and unnatural disaster on top of everything else and hopefully the after shocks will not happen or if they do they'll be small but I didn't know that was on a fall out there but apparently it is well all right thanks in our for **** Patrick in our newsroom six ten three six three eleven ten six ten three six three eleven ten also let me just quick go to couple more storm yesterday so many I'm in perfect peace it in uncertain times remember god is in control at your light shine before men in such a way that they may see your good works and glorify your father who is in heaven Matthew five sixty thank you Vera mandate saying is it a good day to buy this is from yesterday yeah and today is to show a you know look everything's down everything's down considerably so is going to be continue down movement yeah it's up to you you got to make a decision everybody out there is going to make a decision right now do I buy it now with some cash and I'm going to go to use dry by now or do I wait so if I buy it now my go to be annoyed because I didn't buy it later when it was down I've already bought and I'm not buying anymore so I don't care where it goes out it is what it is that's where I'm leaving so I'm not concerned I don't care I don't care what I missed but I'm not a look I don't look back I don't ever look back and anything so I'm not looking to I'm not I don't care you know I sell something and then it goes up a hundred percent doesn't phase me I just like I did good I sold it I move on so if you're like that you can just move or not worry about it you already bought it and then fine if you wanna wait wait it's a problem we're going to see more downside momentum over the next several days over the next several weeks and over the next few months we're gonna have bad down days and we need to get used to it so it's going to continue so the government is doing the best you can in a relief effort to try to keep things moving in the economy and hopefully they will be successful in doing that it's going to take a lot more fiscal policy coming out of Washington Senate is voting or in our first released bail that is down I'm saying relief I'm not saying stimulus we also just say relief this is not a stimulus project it's a relief efforts are on on our economy in order it's on American people for American people so that's what this is about sure everybody'll be saying released by the end of the day but that's what we should be calling and I don't like calling it a stimulus so six ten three six three eleven ten we'll see what it what happens is eleven thirty press conference yesterday there was eleven thirty press conference only to start until noon we'll see how it goes right now sixty three six three eleven ten Blaine is saying how good morning Dan do you anticipate asset allocation models solely on Timothy yeah so what I'm gonna do is I am going to route put on the asset allocation model for Timothy you're going to see things like are a mutual fund and or the ETS and where they apply if you want to do just ETFs you can do those for ET apps in the percentages that I have a list so that's what it looks like we're gonna do all right VEREIT is saying I will give to the India building fun just thank we aren't just thought I just thought we are taking anything to happen a star trust god multiplies efforts in the state his this is Sarah command to discipline others check out to disciple others thank you for that I don't say between now and August do you see the U. S. dollar getting stronger weaker against the euro well it's kind of a loaded answer I see the U. S. dollar getting stronger now do I see the U. S. dollar getting stronger yes but only because it's going to get weighed against dollars and currencies that continue to get weaker at a much greater pace than the US dollar is getting weaker so will we still be a stronger currency then that a vast majority the rest of the world yes but it's not necessarily because we're doing anything to make that a dollar in and of itself organically or intrinsically stronger I don't think that's the case this is going to be the basket of currencies that were being measured against continue to get worse so I do see strengthening in the dollar but with that reasoning R. Brian is asking a forty two years old four years been a partner I've done extremely well but I'm down now from the highs I'm considering taking a I I he locked alone and out of my house to order K. in my sure K. my stocks are down is this wise or not why don't I don't have anything necessarily against the loan that's fine I I do have something against selling stocks that are down considerably to to help out in some way shape or form to make that loan are you going to do that I I I really have a problem with it Brian because you're only forty two years old and listen the stocks are coming back up not going anywhere they're going to they're going to visit their last high that you had in them when you are profitable and then sell and and I just don't want you to mess that up I I am a little fi you know cast in stone your loss right now they're on paper I like him on paper they feel better and I I don't know if I want to make those losses permanent so I I just have an issue with that I'd rather you not do it if you were you know older maybe in fifty five I say maybe but I I'd I'd rather you not do it Brent is saying good morning Dan I was in the process of selling some of my old mutual funds before the downturn specifically offered our counter phone would you recommend I still sell the mutual funds and investing your recommendations are dollar cost average and I would say that you Salam and move into whatever asset allocation model you're doing whatever stocks you are on the by listing you want invested as long as you do it at the same time don't go selling your stocks today and then waiting a while to buy into the stock that'll be a mistake I don't want you to do that I just want you to I just want you to know when your mind that I sold something was down I bought something that was down equally and I'm going to ride down the ones up equally up to get my game back just don't try to do it in the same day that would make me feel better for a number of reasons I'm trying to build a psychological impact for you you'll understand it later but that's what I would like you to do gene is saying thank you for the informing our listeners to biblical options investing I'm sixty three years are the traditional IRA and I plan to move into Timothy a traditional IRA should send it now or should I wait do it now don't wait several were busting a morning from Ohio good morning Sir my friend in Ohio I sure do appreciate you Jason in Memphis where you bit brother I hope you've been listening just to check in but I appreciate you being there with this in force my friend in the basin Midland Texas Augie good to hear from your brother I hope all of you and your wife have your I have our OB or treat pencilled in for twenty twenty one after this year man we are going to need to retreat big time we may never come back we may just stay there workability Graham training center in North Carolina if you never been there man it'll be a blessing just being on that property it is amazing anyway hi Carol is saying good morning Dan blessings bless you for telling the truth thank you all right let me go to Mike in Ohio Hey Mike Hey Dan how you doing I'm doing well thank you I have a couple questions that I had actually screwed up the the numbers one I told your screener there so I was actually looking at them E. eighty nine in nineteen twenty eight and then eight C. twenty eight to see if you thought those are worth dollar cost averaging down at this point and I was really count in eighty eighty ninety twenty eight is one about their survivability I guess so I mean I as far as their survivor what was the first what was very first one you gave me E. eighty nine eighty nine the E. eighty nine are that one definitely is one that you I wouldn't want to we're going to sell out of that's what you mean if you're worried about it going down I mean look at all of these companies are are are are going to be a concern just because of what's happening on or see an oral getting so low that is not a company that particular company is not a company that has a you know a lot of debt for certain I think it's a company that is going to be able to withstand some of the issues one of the things I like about that company is they they are pretty well diversified so and that's that's good news so the last the last week for them it's been hard to find needless to say they're incredibly undervalued but you know I think they're going to they're gonna hang in there I would not consider them a cell by any standpoint this is a fifteen or sixteen hours a billion.

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"lake city salt lake city" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"lake city salt lake city" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"lake city salt lake city" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Handle on the law. And there is bought Ed. The remains of missing college student from Gano have been found buried in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake City. Police chief. Mike Brown says a man murdered MacKenzie Luek and then tried to hide the body by setting a fire after an exhaustive week investigation. We are filing charges of aggravated murder aggravated kidnapping, obstruction of Justice and desecration of a body. Investigators have still not said how the accused killer and Luek knew each other. The man was arrested yesterday morning. Investigators say cellphone records show the two men in a park a week and a half ago. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news winter and a cool spring, have given way to predictions of a fiery fall. I like Honey fire. Chief, Daryl AVI says he's expecting larger fires to earn between fifteen hundred and five thousand acres toward the end of summer around Tober, member December. We start in this region having our Santa, Ana wind events. And that's when we are most concerned about the significance of wildfire. Fires. Fire officials are asking people to make sure brush is cleared from around their homes. Fire officials also say, everyone should have a plan to evacuate. If the time comes governor newsome's trying to kill a lawsuit who's trying to end a long running federal challenge to California's lethal injection process, arguing it's no longer valid because of his moratorium on executions, so long as he's an office death penalty opponents don't like the state's plan to use a single powerful drug instead of three a group in favor of the death. Penalty says the case should be dismissed even though the law is still on the books despite the governor's decision and could one day resume. Erin bender KFI news..

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02:24 min | 3 years ago

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"The remains of missing college student from El Segundo have been found buried in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake City. Police chief. Mike Brown says a man murdered MacKenzie Luek and then try to hide the body by setting a fire after an exhaustive week investigation. We are filing charges of aggravated murder aggravated kidnapping, obstruction of Justice and desecration of a body. Investigators have still not said how the accused killer and Luek knew each other. The man was arrested yesterday morning. Investigators say cellphone records show the two men in a park a week and a half ago. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. Singer elton. John is criticizing Vladimir Putin, over Russia's censorship of gay scenes in his bio, pic, rocket man, John call Putin a hypocrite for censoring, the scenes, because Putin recently said Russia had no problem with LGBT people, and wanted everyone to be happy Hooten has also said, liberal politics, are and the. Embrace of gay culture is excessive governor news is trying to kill a lawsuit. He's trying to end a long running federal challenge to California's lethal injection process, arguing it's no longer valid because of his moratorium on executions, so long as he's an office death penalty opponents don't like the state's plan to use a single powerful drug instead of three a group in favor of the death. Penalty says the case should be dismissed even though the law is still on the books despite the governor's decision and could one day resume. Erin bender KFI news, unless Angeles city council has approved a program to send outreach teams into the streets to provide hygiene and health services to the homeless in high risk areas council approved more than six and a half million dollars to the bureau for the program. The program will also create forty-seven new jobs. Two teams will receive specialized mental health training and deliver public health resources, including daily trash collection and mobile restrooms spoken, word poet, says reentry service in LA county have helped him stay out of jail. In building Bose. Poet, Jonathan Rios performed the piece at the grand opening for LA county's thirty-three million dollar reentry opportunity centers, precise block at a time, you can either fail because of or you can succeed despite, but the first time people can see their PO and get housing education, drug and mental health services in the same building for me. It was job programs because I sent out seventy three resumes before I got my first call back and I still didn't get that job. The goal is to remove obstacles, and help people stay out of jail in LA Corbin, Carson KFI.

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15:03 min | 3 years ago

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"To go into different directions and stuff. But I've heard I won't say it on air, but I've heard some other reasons. Well, part of part of the fact is that in that particular area, by the way, that temple is the first Mormon temple, most feel, we think it's the one Salt Lake City Salt Lake City was was the second temple built first one started is is my understanding that or it's reversed. But the this temple in Mantar is that area around Mantar is the least from what I understand the least Mormon area in Utah. And a lot of people think it's because all the Vangelis and that goes on because of this, this pageant, they have because you get a thousand Christian, you get hundreds of Christians of Angelides into thousands of moments. Yeah. It's, it's really something. I mean, the Christians have a prayer meeting, they, they pray their Vangelis causing that there's approaches that I don't agree with, but that's okay, say anything would I'd like to do is go there, and I like to pick off the hecklers. So we'll have like Ehrich evolve LA he'll get up and do open air. And so I'll go and to stand thirty feet away from him. And that's it. He's usually sees me there. There's not, you know, then things to get it before the years. He knows. I'm there if anybody's gonna start hassling him, depending on the situation, if it's a good heckling interchange continue because he can use that. But if they're just being difficult and obstreperous than I'll go in and intercept them so that he could be free to continue preaching and teaching me doing that. Matt steals, my heckler. And when when you do it. I go, I go, you know. Yeah. Last year met didn't realize 'em sitting there. I get this guy. I'm not trying to bring them in as a heckler build a crowd, and mattress, looks and goes, I guess, question and just pull them off too. I was like, what are you doing? What was your technique? It's all good. That was like Andrews, not answering the question. I have the answer. I, I will purposely not answer, some people's question when I do open air because it gets their voice louder. And that's what I wanna get. So I like ignore certain questions. I'm ignoring the question was like, well, I can answer that for you. It's like dude I was working on it for like ten minutes. Yeah. Let me figured out. Work. We okay good. You know, and that's okay. It's people wanna help. There's a saying that Bill mckeever introduced me to Bill mckeever, the founder and director of Mormonism research ministry. But our Bill says eight you clean your own fish. If you're talking to somebody don't go jumping in their conversation. It's rude. A lot of excitement there. There's a lot of energy going there. There's a lot of confusion and things like that, that, just what it is. You know, nothing's perfect and people make mistakes. I certainly have others. Have, you know so, but it's a good witnessing environment. It really is. You know, one of the things I like about Mantar is you. And I both worked on a book called Sharon good news with Mormons, which is now out for one year, and it's twenty four different people. You and I are two of the twenty four authors with twenty four different tactics. Different ways of sharing the gospel with with Mormons. I should say churches, grace, Lardy saints. I should say because we're not suppose they don't wanna be Mormon anyway, got new revelation. They're again, they're going to change name their choir. But we end up seeing is. When you go to Mantar you get to see really what we see in that book, sharing the news, Mormons, because there's all these different people doing different things last year, I saw, and that was the first time I've ever seen this. There was people that actually I saw a couple of things that we're first time, there was a girl who was watching different people do different ways of sharing the gospel. She just put a little sign out that said you get candy if you can sit against the wall for three minutes, and she's or pole and you had to stand on a right angle, and she would have all these teenagers just trying to sit there in and stay for three minutes. Get a piece of candy and she had them for three minutes to sharing the gospel with them talking about how you You know. know they're trying to hold themselves up by their own standard and it doesn't work. It's better to Technica show you using one day because there was this grass area, and you had a guy in a headlock, and you're this little New Testament, you're trying to shove it down his thrive ever. Something that, okay? First off, I, I wouldn't do a headlock. It would be a chokehold second off mental. Yeah. That was the fundamentals. We, we actually get people who come out there that are they too will claim their Mormon of Angelides in the Mormons. We get the fundamentalists. So what are the differences with some of the fundamentalists and what we only think of with Mormons. Well, there's even more than groups. There's over a hundred different groups that used to book of Mormon and offshoots of Mormonism. So you'll find that are group's. And then you got to figure out what it is that particular group holds too and, and it doesn't make it onto figure things out there some odd groups around there as well. It really is a great with environment. For those of you who might be interested in attending, you know, you can meet you in Salt Lake you know, we could arrange things on the way down there to Mantar, but it is a great environment just picture Christians from all over that you've never seen before, and you're talking to them, or just listening to them, and they're doing things in a way that you might not consider as being appropriate for yourself or which had a thought of it that way. It just there's the gambit is there and it is a commodity. Right away with Christians. And, you know, I it's really neat. It really is. So if you wanna go. There was someone we're mentioning ally. Mentioned the book tactics, and Greg cocoa runs a ministry called stand to reason they had someone out last year, and who came out and did son. I was the first time I had seen this that what, what she did was just 'cause like I was saying, there's so many different people with different different ideas. So the person's Amy hall from Stanford, and what she did was just put a board just a whiteboard like. The big kind of like a cork board type thing with post its, and it was just give the reasons why you hold to which won't said, atheist, one said, Mormon. And just be were writing reasons. And as they would write the reason they stopped to, to write down why they're Mormon or why they're atheist and as they're writing it. She has time to see what they're writing and interact with it. She just gets them to stop and really, it was a form of voting of which one is more whether eighth Theus, or, or Mormon, and she really didn't care, which one whichever side, there, she was going to witness to either one of them, and it was just funny to watch how how she did that. And she came up with the wall, shoot down there. She's watching everybody and said, I wanna do something different. And that's the thing I like the most about being down. There is seeing the different ways people will will as you met hold a sign and you just walk around with a sign and start conversations. The sign is, is Mormonism Christian, and it's a big sign and is Christian dot com. Excuse me dot com. And it just takes you to the website is at the best way. I don't. I don't know. Is it not the best way? I don't know. Is it a different way? Yeah. It's different way. But, you know, several people will hold up these signs. And, and these things are readable from a thousand feet away. And so you, can, you know, that, that people are going to be going home later and just looking that up because I don't wanna talk anybody. So it's just it's just a not I'm not saying it's a better way. It's just another way that people witness out there. And, and so I was mentioning the fundamental Mormons and Charlie put a link here. The, the fundamentalist far those that still believe in polygamy. They believed that the Mormon church went awry by changing from polygamy, and I have met some of the folks there that with their multiple wives. Also, you do see that out there was a multiple life. Once. I'm waiting for this Eli, I'm, I'm waiting. Face face. What? Smith married. Like twenty six women. And so one did this several years, they would ask for women to dress in period attire, and where a sign saying, which wife of Joseph, they were. And they worked at talk to anybody. They just sat there and more come up and see, like twenty six women of varying ages. They try to kind of coordinate represented, you know, and this woman was this old that this young tried to do that it was very effective and the Mormons were very offended by it. Well offended because several of his Joseph Smith's wives were young teenagers. You got that, right. There was some of his wives were already married. Some of his wives were sisters there are there is one who is married to someone. He married the sister, and then married the married sister. So, yeah, there were he you know, he had very young wives. He had other people's wives. Now, one of the things that really's been hurting the Mormon church, I think, is something called the internet. Yeah. Darn the internet Bill and I talked Bill mckeever night talked about this. He noticed that about ninety six ninety six ninety seven year two after unit really became the internet that they started having problems with the Mormon in the Mormon church. In fact, there's a new phenomena out which I need to do. More research is called the new Mormonism and not show official category. But it's been hearings have been called in a new Mormonism is arising out of the problem that the internet and facts have caused so the book of Mormon has been changed. The doctrine code as has been altered, the archaeological evidence for Mormonism is just not there the documents legal documents against various prophets. You know, are there various things that are really problematic for Mormonism the, the mountain meadows massacre issue? Which I went two hundred fiftieth anniversary where it was where the Mormons killed over one hundred and twenty went men, women children murdered them that's another story, but nevertheless. Don't forget, much thought. Okay. So we're talking about the internet because we're talking to multiple wives and how that's really hurt. Yeah. So the new Mormonism and so what they're doing now is saying that the book of Mormon, these various things, they're not meant really necessarily to be all that archaeologically starkly accurate. But they are used by God to get you to feel his presence and are used as a door to truth, the spiritual round. So we have to worry about all the facts and contradictory information anymore. You just have to worry about that burning in your bosom burning in the most I called. You have the same situation. I, I don't wanna bring the conversation to the issue of methodology, but you have some Mormons actually using a this is. I think I direct response to the lack of evidence or contradictory evidence is there. They are using a sort of presupposition approach in which, you know, you can't just point to the evidence because they have their interpretive grid and someone speaking with Mormons, you'd kinda have to use a presupposition approach them 'cause appointing specifics just going to interpret it might of their, their ultimate commitment. So you want to be sensitive to that. Otherwise, you kind of run the same risk of talking with some atheist for you, just, you know, you're just piling evidence verse your evidence versus evidence, and it's just a never ending saga of comparing, who has the most will the internet really has. I mean, we is really done a lot damage to Mormon church, you, you have they used to deny Joseph Smith's, otherwise. As many of them, especially the younger ones, and other people's the ones that were married the internet revealed. That's now that's out there. There's things like the, there's a book of Abraham where Joseph Smith, Sposa got these plates that are these hieroglyphics, and he interpreted it, and then we found a Rosetta Stone we realized he didn't translator should say. And we now know he didn't translate correctly. But one thing that is interesting. And I don't know if you if you know this map at Mormonism actually helped to form the internet, the way it is today, you, you wear that story with Santana, okay. Now I gotta hear this. Oh, you. Okay. So Sandra Tanner when she talks, she has talked in her testimony on that on the when we went on that apologize, crews, she was actually, the Mormon church was so upset with her. And her husband Gerald, that they were doing all this research on Mormonism, and they had to Moore. This is a day before the internet, you had to go into libraries, and they'd go and get these documents and make copies of them, and then they would have to basically run off copies of copies to produce their stuff. And when the internet came out, they had put a link to someone who had released put basically, the manual of, of what goes on in the temple ceremonies, and.

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15:03 min | 3 years ago

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"To go into different directions and stuff. But I've heard I won't say it on air, but I've heard some other reasons. Well, part of part of the fact is that in that particular area, by the way, that temple is the first Mormon temple, most feel, we think it's the one Salt Lake City Salt Lake City was was the second temple built first one started is is my understanding that or it's reversed. But the this temple in Mantar is that area around Mantar is the least from what I understand the least Mormon area in Utah. And a lot of people think it's because all the Vangelis and that goes on because of this, this pageant, they have because you get a thousand Christian, you get hundreds of Christians of Angelides into thousands of moments. Yeah. It's, it's really something. I mean, the Christians have a prayer meeting, they, they pray their Vangelis causing that there's approaches that I don't agree with, but that's okay, say anything would I'd like to do is go there, and I like to pick off the hecklers. So we'll have like Ehrich evolve LA he'll get up and do open air. And so I'll go and to stand thirty feet away from him. And that's it. He's usually sees me there. There's not, you know, then things to get it before the years. He knows. I'm there if anybody's gonna start hassling him, depending on the situation, if it's a good heckling interchange continue because he can use that. But if they're just being difficult and obstreperous than I'll go in and intercept them so that he could be free to continue preaching and teaching me doing that. Matt steals, my heckler. And when when you do it. I go, I go, you know. Yeah. Last year met didn't realize 'em sitting there. I get this guy. I'm not trying to bring them in as a heckler build a crowd, and mattress, looks and goes, I guess, question and just pull them off too. I was like, what are you doing? What was your technique? It's all good. That was like Andrews, not answering the question. I have the answer. I, I will purposely not answer, some people's question when I do open air because it gets their voice louder. And that's what I wanna get. So I like ignore certain questions. I'm ignoring the question was like, well, I can answer that for you. It's like dude I was working on it for like ten minutes. Yeah. Let me figured out. Work. We okay good. You know, and that's okay. It's people wanna help. There's a saying that Bill mckeever introduced me to Bill mckeever, the founder and director of Mormonism research ministry. But our Bill says eight you clean your own fish. If you're talking to somebody don't go jumping in their conversation. It's rude. A lot of excitement there. There's a lot of energy going there. There's a lot of confusion and things like that, that, just what it is. You know, nothing's perfect and people make mistakes. I certainly have others. Have, you know so, but it's a good witnessing environment. It really is. You know, one of the things I like about Mantar is you. And I both worked on a book called Sharon good news with Mormons, which is now out for one year, and it's twenty four different people. You and I are two of the twenty four authors with twenty four different tactics. Different ways of sharing the gospel with with Mormons. I should say churches, grace, Lardy saints. I should say because we're not suppose they don't wanna be Mormon anyway, got new revelation. They're again, they're going to change name their choir. But we end up seeing is. When you go to Mantar you get to see really what we see in that book, sharing the news, Mormons, because there's all these different people doing different things last year, I saw, and that was the first time I've ever seen this. There was people that actually I saw a couple of things that we're first time, there was a girl who was watching different people do different ways of sharing the gospel. She just put a little sign out that said you get candy if you can sit against the wall for three minutes, and she's or pole and you had to stand on a right angle, and she would have all these teenagers just trying to sit there in and stay for three minutes. Get a piece of candy and she had them for three minutes to sharing the gospel with them talking about how you You know. know they're trying to hold themselves up by their own standard and it doesn't work. It's better to Technica show you using one day because there was this grass area, and you had a guy in a headlock, and you're this little New Testament, you're trying to shove it down his thrive ever. Something that, okay? First off, I, I wouldn't do a headlock. It would be a chokehold second off mental. Yeah. That was the fundamentals. We, we actually get people who come out there that are they too will claim their Mormon of Angelides in the Mormons. We get the fundamentalists. So what are the differences with some of the fundamentalists and what we only think of with Mormons. Well, there's even more than groups. There's over a hundred different groups that used to book of Mormon and offshoots of Mormonism. So you'll find that are group's. And then you got to figure out what it is that particular group holds too and, and it doesn't make it onto figure things out there some odd groups around there as well. It really is a great with environment. For those of you who might be interested in attending, you know, you can meet you in Salt Lake you know, we could arrange things on the way down there to Mantar, but it is a great environment just picture Christians from all over that you've never seen before, and you're talking to them, or just listening to them, and they're doing things in a way that you might not consider as being appropriate for yourself or which had a thought of it that way. It just there's the gambit is there and it is a commodity. Right away with Christians. And, you know, I it's really neat. It really is. So if you wanna go. There was someone we're mentioning ally. Mentioned the book tactics, and Greg cocoa runs a ministry called stand to reason they had someone out last year, and who came out and did son. I was the first time I had seen this that what, what she did was just 'cause like I was saying, there's so many different people with different different ideas. So the person's Amy hall from Stanford, and what she did was just put a board just a whiteboard like. The big kind of like a cork board type thing with post its, and it was just give the reasons why you hold to which won't said, atheist, one said, Mormon. And just be were writing reasons. And as they would write the reason they stopped to, to write down why they're Mormon or why they're atheist and as they're writing it. She has time to see what they're writing and interact with it. She just gets them to stop and really, it was a form of voting of which one is more whether eighth Theus, or, or Mormon, and she really didn't care, which one whichever side, there, she was going to witness to either one of them, and it was just funny to watch how how she did that. And she came up with the wall, shoot down there. She's watching everybody and said, I wanna do something different. And that's the thing I like the most about being down. There is seeing the different ways people will will as you met hold a sign and you just walk around with a sign and start conversations. The sign is, is Mormonism Christian, and it's a big sign and is Christian dot com. Excuse me dot com. And it just takes you to the website is at the best way. I don't. I don't know. Is it not the best way? I don't know. Is it a different way? Yeah. It's different way. But, you know, several people will hold up these signs. And, and these things are readable from a thousand feet away. And so you, can, you know, that, that people are going to be going home later and just looking that up because I don't wanna talk anybody. So it's just it's just a not I'm not saying it's a better way. It's just another way that people witness out there. And, and so I was mentioning the fundamental Mormons and Charlie put a link here. The, the fundamentalist far those that still believe in polygamy. They believed that the Mormon church went awry by changing from polygamy, and I have met some of the folks there that with their multiple wives. Also, you do see that out there was a multiple life. Once. I'm waiting for this Eli, I'm, I'm waiting. Face face. What? Smith married. Like twenty six women. And so one did this several years, they would ask for women to dress in period attire, and where a sign saying, which wife of Joseph, they were. And they worked at talk to anybody. They just sat there and more come up and see, like twenty six women of varying ages. They try to kind of coordinate represented, you know, and this woman was this old that this young tried to do that it was very effective and the Mormons were very offended by it. Well offended because several of his Joseph Smith's wives were young teenagers. You got that, right. There was some of his wives were already married. Some of his wives were sisters there are there is one who is married to someone. He married the sister, and then married the married sister. So, yeah, there were he you know, he had very young wives. He had other people's wives. Now, one of the things that really's been hurting the Mormon church, I think, is something called the internet. Yeah. Darn the internet Bill and I talked Bill mckeever night talked about this. He noticed that about ninety six ninety six ninety seven year two after unit really became the internet that they started having problems with the Mormon in the Mormon church. In fact, there's a new phenomena out which I need to do. More research is called the new Mormonism and not show official category. But it's been hearings have been called in a new Mormonism is arising out of the problem that the internet and facts have caused so the book of Mormon has been changed. The doctrine code as has been altered, the archaeological evidence for Mormonism is just not there the documents legal documents against various prophets. You know, are there various things that are really problematic for Mormonism the, the mountain meadows massacre issue? Which I went two hundred fiftieth anniversary where it was where the Mormons killed over one hundred and twenty went men, women children murdered them that's another story, but nevertheless. Don't forget, much thought. Okay. So we're talking about the internet because we're talking to multiple wives and how that's really hurt. Yeah. So the new Mormonism and so what they're doing now is saying that the book of Mormon, these various things, they're not meant really necessarily to be all that archaeologically starkly accurate. But they are used by God to get you to feel his presence and are used as a door to truth, the spiritual round. So we have to worry about all the facts and contradictory information anymore. You just have to worry about that burning in your bosom burning in the most I called. You have the same situation. I, I don't wanna bring the conversation to the issue of methodology, but you have some Mormons actually using a this is. I think I direct response to the lack of evidence or contradictory evidence is there. They are using a sort of presupposition approach in which, you know, you can't just point to the evidence because they have their interpretive grid and someone speaking with Mormons, you'd kinda have to use a presupposition approach them 'cause appointing specifics just going to interpret it might of their, their ultimate commitment. So you want to be sensitive to that. Otherwise, you kind of run the same risk of talking with some atheist for you, just, you know, you're just piling evidence verse your evidence versus evidence, and it's just a never ending saga of comparing, who has the most will the internet really has. I mean, we is really done a lot damage to Mormon church, you, you have they used to deny Joseph Smith's, otherwise. As many of them, especially the younger ones, and other people's the ones that were married the internet revealed. That's now that's out there. There's things like the, there's a book of Abraham where Joseph Smith, Sposa got these plates that are these hieroglyphics, and he interpreted it, and then we found a Rosetta Stone we realized he didn't translator should say. And we now know he didn't translate correctly. But one thing that is interesting. And I don't know if you if you know this map at Mormonism actually helped to form the internet, the way it is today, you, you wear that story with Santana, okay. Now I gotta hear this. Oh, you. Okay. So Sandra Tanner when she talks, she has talked in her testimony on that on the when we went on that apologize, crews, she was actually, the Mormon church was so upset with her. And her husband Gerald, that they were doing all this research on Mormonism, and they had to Moore. This is a day before the internet, you had to go into libraries, and they'd go and get these documents and make copies of them, and then they would have to basically run off copies of copies to produce their stuff. And when the internet came out, they had put a link to someone who had released put basically, the manual of, of what goes on in the temple ceremonies, and.

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03:03 min | 3 years ago

"lake city salt lake city" Discussed on KOMO

"Past the hour now on first light Friday morning money light trading in Asian stock markets this day closing mixed. European markets were slightly higher in early trading and US stock futures rose overnight following yesterday's discouraging activity on Wall Street with stocks closing broadly lower. And I know he waits all month for this. So Tom Busby. What day is this? Good morning, Michael it's Friday, and it's jobs Friday. The Labor Department is out with its employment report for April one hundred ninety thousand new jobs expected the unemployment rate expected to hold steady at just three point eight percent, a five decade, low shares of beyond meet the maker of a plant based meat substitutes soaring on their first day of trading yesterday about one hundred sixty three percent the best debut for a new stock. So far this year. Facebook is cracking down on hate speech. It's banning what it calls dangerous individuals and organizations from its main site and Instagram that includes nation of Islam leader, Louis Farrakhan, and. Info wars host Alex Jones. The TV station giant Sinclair broadcasting expected to announce a ten billion dollar deal today to acquire twenty one regional sports networks from Disney. Disney has to sell them because it owns ESPN. A new survey says half of generations Z H eighteen to twenty five or socking away money now to buy a house and a realtor's group says millennials are buying a ton of homes in small cities like Madison El Paso in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake City's not that small anyway. Thanks, Tom Busby. And I think will make beyond me are rock and roll band name of the day. Okay. Kevin cars is here. Not to tell us about the new animated movie, ugly dowels, which Kevin looks to me like something. It's a very earnest looking story. Maybe about the kids learning about helping self esteem or something. Good morning, Michael. Yes. It is a animated film about the ugly doll line of toys. These plush toys that are basically misfit dolls and the story follows the dogs dolls that don't get created properly in the factory that are then sent they're meant to be sent to recycling, but they get diverted to ugly Ville where they all collect and live in they're happy. But they really want to do what toys want to do have a kid that they can pair with and be at twenty two. And it's them wanting that eventually trying to find a way there and they run into the perfect dolls, and they have to figure out how to try and then become a dull for a kid through that. It's a little bit out there. I mean, it takes sort of some of the premises of that we saw Toy Story which was handled a little more pragmatically and kind of really kind of sets them out in the stratosphere. It's a cute enough movie it, but it does skew younger. It's not a. A movie that I think a lot of kids and parents are going to like it's much more for the the younger kids, especially if you play with the ugly, dolls toys themselves. All right. So you don't sound all that enthusiastic. How many broken party giving this? Well, I'm I'm not a young child. So it was a little bit out of my league on the low end. But I think it's cute and.

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"lake city salt lake city" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"lake city salt lake city" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Light Friday morning money light trading in Asian stock markets this day closing mixed. European markets were slightly higher in early trading and US stock futures rose overnight following yesterday's discouraging activity on Wall Street with stocks closing broadly lower. And I know he waits all month for this. So Tom Busby. What day is this? Good morning, Michael it's Friday, and it's jobs Friday. The Labor Department is out with its employment report for April one hundred ninety thousand new jobs expected the unemployment rate expected to hold steady at just three point eight percent, a five decade, low shares of beyond meet the maker of a plant based meat substitutes soaring on their first day of trading yesterday about one hundred sixty three percent the best debut for a new stock. So far this year. Facebook is cracking down on hate speech. It's banning what it calls dangerous individuals and organizations from its main site and Instagram that includes nation of Islam leader, Louis. Louis Farrakhan and info wars host Alex Jones. The TV station giant Sinclair broadcasting expected to announce a ten billion dollar deal today to acquire twenty one regional sports networks from Disney. Disney has to sell them because it owns ESPN. A new survey says half of generations Z H eighteen to twenty five or socking away money now to buy a house and a realtor's group says millennials are buying a ton of homes in small cities like Madison El Paso in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake City, not that small anyway. Thanks, Tom Busby. And I think will make beyond meet our rock and roll band name of the day. Okay. Kevin car is here. Not tell us about the new animated movie ugly. Dow's which Kevin looks to me like something. It's a very earnest looking story. Maybe about the kids learning about helping self esteem or something. Good morning, Michael. Yes. It is a animated film about the ugly doll line of toys. These plush toys that are basically misfit dolls and the story follows the dogs dolls. That don't get created properly in the factory that are then sent they're meant to be sent to recycling, but they diverted to ugly Ville where they all collect and live in they're happy. But they really want to do what toys wanna do and have a kid that they can pair with and be twenty two. And then wanting that eventually trying to find a way there and they run into the perfect dolls, and they have to figure out how to to try and then become a dull for a kid through that. It's a little bit out there. I mean, take sort of some of the premises of that we saw toys story, which was handled a little more pragmatically and kind of really kind of sets them out in the stratosphere. It's a cute enough movie it, but it does skew younger. It's not a a movie that I think a lot of kids and parents are going like it's much more for the the younger kids, especially if you play with the ugly, dolls toys themselves. All right. So you sound all that enthusiastic. How many broken parts you giving this? Well, I'm not a young child. So it was a little bit out of my league on on the low end..

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"lake city salt lake city" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

06:05 min | 3 years ago

"lake city salt lake city" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"That it was so detail was a joke. Name was like wouldn't be funny. If they're like jokes inside, they're like. Oh, yeah. That led to something. Like, oh, I didn't even see that. Or like me, and you were talking about renaissance Z story, and we own just it's just simply saying, I don't need to hear that. That's all you need. Sometimes I know that you think it's important. But I'm telling you as an audience member, I'll tell you what I wanna hear. And that is so so fucking valuable in a story as tell you what? Or just going to like like. Ryan O'Neal was telling a story this weekend. And he said, I don't know my family's a little fucked up. And I was like how so and he just said it he would never set it on stage that way, and I was like, are you fucking kidding me? What I don't funny, and you like one time I was doing that the thing the Santa on the spot with Jeremiah upstairs. Yeah. And Rogan score on the back and some person the front goes what what's up? Do. You wanna talk about next. Someone goes an Franken. I go I usually think an Franken Helen Keller with the same person and fucking lost it, please. Tell me that's a bit. No, no clue. Travis. Yeah. But I don't know. I could having been with those guys all week. I could talk about I'm like obsessed. Yeah. So are already had assured off skiing. Did he do that? Or do you just take it off for the photo? The photo. So he's so interesting guy because the child said why is your shirt off? And it's supposed to being kind of our sons outguns out to a child. Okay. Or he's a really interesting fucking human me time with them. You really there's like you really there's a really soft side to him. But there's also not just a really like. Do it my way. Yeah. And hill insult you owe without thinking twice about it. Not feel bad about it. And at first it hits you and you're like, whoa. And then it doesn't bother you. Because you realize oh, this is just a guy who has in his life committed to being honest, whether it's in business dealings, you know, he's a he's generous to a fault. Like, he's the only guy like if he does a stand up show and asked you to be on it, he'll pay you s you to be on his podcast. He pays you tips. The fuck out of everybody his money is just he sees it as like, it should all be share. Like when we did that you must have done his show. The what's happening. Yeah. He paid. Everybody comes under paid everybody. And then he gave everybody I'm not gonna say what the bonus gift was. But it was a very lavish. Yeah. Got mushrooms. Yeah. Then he gave me an extra packing. So these Liam. Yeah. He gave me an extra one for my wife, and then we went to the desert in the next weekend and had a blast. He's a very interesting guy in that way. Like he like like, obviously people give him drugs non fucking stop. And then the end of the weekend, he brings the whole staff together. All right guys is drug sharing time break them up split them up. Everyone take them. I can't take him with a and he just, but yeah, he paid all of us this weekend. He is very key paid you guys. He paid all of us. We all got like an extra chunk of change because it was his gig. It was his game Salt Lake City. But yeah. And so it's sold out. So as he got one hundred of the door. Maybe I shouldn't say that. But fuck it. He got one hundred hundred door, and but it was a buy out of straight buyout out. So he got the room for the weekend. And he brought in a bunch of comics. And and and then he paid for everyone ski passes. Everyone's ski Reynolds everyone's flights out. He played for the Airbnb then. Yeah. And then he paid everyone gave everyone couple thousand thousand dollars really end 'tatoes and pretend potatoes. And potatoes. But like we went out to dinner bought dinner. A couple of nights renaissance bought dinner one night. I think Ari bought dinner one night, we went up to like really like five hundred dollar dinners for the group, which isn't to Salt Lake City Salt Lake City. Yeah. No in Park City. Okay, Salt Lake City is only how far thirty minutes. That's amazing. Then I went, okay. So I'm in Salt Lake City. A couple a month. I was I'm gonna stay in Park City. Go skiing and then go in and drive into my shows. And then go back to Park City. Go skiing because it's so much easier to wake up and go skiing than it is to wake up in Salt Lake City. Get yourself out the Park City ski then get him back. Right. So Arias a really fast everyone that went was really it was. It was. Find the thing that's fucked up in them because comics, but then you find the thing that they're trying to fix in them. And you're like, oh, that's fun. Yeah. Like, like, I guess I can't go into detail on people's dads. But we end up talking about our dads one night. And everyone was talking about what it's like a couple of people were talking about what it's like to be with very strict, dads and dads that would fly off the handle. Yeah. And I never had. I never had to fly off the handle. My dad was pretty dialed in for the level like physically, but they were like saying oh dad that fucking loses. It you never feel safe. Yeah. Really like, oh just little things. Like watching the weight or come up approach table the way that they've seen waiter approach table the wrong way and going, oh, let me get in front of this for you. That was my child at real my dad, berated more waiters in front of us. It was humiliating and then gas station back when they were gas station attendants. I can remember once he. He pulled out I guess he'd paid. And and the guy hadn't pulled out the nozzle yet. And my dad pulled away and yanked nozzle out and then stood there screaming at the guy for five minutes. It was his fucking full. And so a lot of times it was his fault. Yeah. But he had such an explosive temper that it really absolutely live in fear. And I think it's why I'm so aggressive also is watching that behavior and also not trusting the world

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"lake city salt lake city" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"lake city salt lake city" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"It's really funny I flew in at midnight and to which I've never done before. And was coming home from. You know, really fun weekend. And I go down to the baggage claim, and I have noticed this guy walk on the plane, and so he had to walk out three at the baggage claim, and we started talking and there he goes I noticed there. And I said, well, I noticed days numbers. He helped me Jerry like that back to the car that was. That was waiting for me. We exchanged numbers and either tech saying last night and this morning, and I think we're going to go. Are you kidding me? That's amazing dot com right there. But definitely it was it was a fun. You both live here. He gets are both local, and he goes back and forth. Ber word from where he was Brown jersey front where he's from Lake City Salt Lake City. Okay. Is he Mormon? I ask you know, to Salt Lake City Utah of when there was one which is. Any religious? I. The baggage claim was a little premature for that. Sure. If it goes. Well, I mean, you could be one of his wives. You could be the next. That's where he was. I going to cause some problems here. Do you? Let me ask you very I just want to put this out there. He was not in first-class was he he was okay. Okay. Make sure that he's not saying, hey, she's a rich girl. You know, you get a car picking you off your first class. I mean. Well,.

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"lake city salt lake city" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"lake city salt lake city" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Years, but a Penn graduate, so an Ivy league guy, so you know, as far as being able to hold his own a couple big wins this year. Yeah. As a matter of fact, they go for the sweep of the what the informal big five series novas dominant. They can beat Saint Joe's on Saturday. They've already got it by Comey. They blew up. And then they lost in back to back weeks to Princeton. The two conference games. They've played so far. But. Of course for many years. Ryan, I'm sure you're not a pleasure to speak with you as well. I've listened to you and Ken for quite some time. And of course, Penn and Princeton used to dominate the Ivy league for all about probably good twenty twenty-five years, Pete Correal. And of course, Chuck Daly was the first one in line at that pen way back in the seventies. And then Bob wine our took pen to the final four. In fact, nineteen Seventy-nine final four do either of you guys know what's unique about James Salter. I remember that his name, Mike Bantom. And I'm talking about the four teams that appeared in that final four. Louisville. No, no way never happen again Michigan since yet. Michigan. The michigan. Michigan state depaul. Indiana state and Penn three mid major programs. Larry, yes. Now, I thought he wanted he lost the magic and the champs, right? Yeah. Michigan's in fact, at that time we were all excited because Penn took like five to lead over Michigan state in the final four game. And we're all excited and by the end of the game Penn had set the record at that time for the biggest blowout loss in the semifinal game. I think Michigan state beat them like one or two to sixty six got ugly. Was that up in Idaho, where Lake City Salt Lake City. Okay. I knew it was up in that area. BP who is the MVP of that final game. Michigan state and don't Andy don't Michigan state and.

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