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Fresh update on "lake city" discussed on AP 24 Hour News
"Dwayne Rancor People. Daily virus cases have been trending upward in South Dakota, but the seven day average is still only around 84 with fewer than two deaths per day. Sturgis officials plan to mass test residents to try to detect and halt outbreaks. I'm Julie Walker. If they're still widely closed schools, adding to continued high unemployment, then demand will appear very, very soft. And In addition, the OPEC is re sending part of its output reduction that this is in large part because crude oil price had barely changed and the blood condition of U. S gasoline supply also Was the same. So we're in a low because by weak demand and more than enough supply below in this August 7 sample is natural erosion. 1 77 and the high in San Francisco at 3 31 around the middle is Salt Lake City at 2 46 The national average price of regular great gasoline. Every tale is true. 25. This is the same as it was two weeks ago..
The Only Black Pastor In Town Wasn't Invited To A Black Lives Matter March
"Church in tiny Lake City, Colorado, needed a pastor a couple of years ago, Brendan MacMillan took the job and moved there with his wife and seven Children. I would say overall, the town has been very receptive of our family, and the reason is that when it comes to ministry and the role that I believe God has asked me to do then race doesn't matter. Not everyone in Lake City is white. In some here, we're proud one. About 50 of the town's 400 residents turned out for a black lives matter March in June. But nobody invited McMillan despite other faith leaders being asked to attend, he says. It sounds like potential Saturday night Live sketch and first is quite comical. But I would say that my feelings were hurt just a little bit, but more so I would chuck that office. Exposing some of the areas That might be problematic in like city or mountain towns. Blind spots we made this march is an act of solidarity, but we also do not do our best to reach out to black people in community. 21 year old Caleb Chambers was one of the organizers of the march in avoiding Organization of our black population. We avoided connecting with them and building relationship that ended up being Really hurtful. McMillan says he received heartfelt apology emails from the organizer's, but he still hasn't spoken to them. There is a
Fresh update on "lake city" discussed on Phil's Gang
"Was the largest shaker to hit the state since 1916 when a 5.5 trembler struck near Skyland. Puerto Rico Sunday was forced to partially suspend voting for primaries marred by a lack of ballots as officials called on the president of the U. S. Territories. Election commissioner resigned the primaries for voting centers that had not received balance by early afternoon expected to be rescheduled, Voting continued elsewhere. The national price Average of regular guests remained to 25 a gallon, but the range around the country varied. In August 7 sample is a match erosion 1 77 and the high in San Francisco at 3 31 Around the middle is Salt Lake City at 2 46 feel. Analyst Trilby Lundberg says prices were stable because Because of a glutton and we're not driving as much. This is town all dot com. It involves financial risk and is not suitable for all investors Stock market Have you nervous with all the massive fluctuations with the impact of Corona virus and the upcoming election?.
Advocates For Deaf And Blind Laud Netflix's New Playback Features
"Netflix recently announced it's rolling out a new feature that allows some viewers to stream their favorite shows or films, slower, half speed, say or faster. The feature, which is currently on Ly, available to Android users, adjust voice pitch to make the faster slowed down speed. Sound natural. The idea to criticism from directors like Judd Apatow, who said last fall that platform should leave content as it wass quote intended to be seen. Advocates for the deaf and blind are lauding the new feature, saying It's a win for people who rely on playback options so they can also enjoy the cinematic experience. One of those advocates as ever it bacon. He's a board member of with the National Federation of the Blind, and he joins us from Salt Lake City, Utah. Hello. Thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me. So for those who who dont know for someone who is blind, How do you watch films or TV shows? So we watch films just like anybody else on Ly. We have what's called audio description. Our audio description narration that's going on while the programming is being viewed. And so basically when there is no dialogue between the actors, a narrator comes on and describes what's happening in the scene and what's happening in the the show. So we have an understanding so like they might describe The set What's happening around us? They might give us some gender information or race information about characters, just overall things that help us. Understand and comprehend what the creators were trying Tio portray to the general public. And so how does this new playback feature assist with the viewing experience? Well, blind individuals. Many of us use a screen reading technology on our computers and our phones. And we have learned and adapted over time to speed that up on a regular basis. We've also been listening to audio books for years as a member of the National Federation of the Blind. I've been listening to audio books from the library for the blind for many years, and we've always been able to speed up that process because we're listening all the time and in our our ears that kind of trained over time to listen at a quicker speed and so allowing us to do the same thing on on on a show. Like a documentary or some type of other content. It really helps the whole lot. When when you're trying Tio consume such great content in mass quantity. And why is it so important? You mentioned that you've been doing this in other platforms. Why's it so important on a streaming platform like Netflix? Well, I think it's very important because I'm going to watched a lot of content just like anybody else. And honestly, I've been listening to so many things all of my life that when I listen at regular speed, sometimes it can sound a little slower than it that it should. And And so I might. My years kind of wanted a little bit more faster as a blind individual. Because that's what I've been used to listening to my computer, listening to my phone listening to audio books, so it's only a natural process that I would want the speed to be a bit faster on the streaming content that I'm viewing on Netflix or other platforms. You know, as I mentioned earlier, there are directors actors who have pushed back saying This playback option distorts their art and the way it was intended to be consumed. How would you respond to them? Well, I would say to to someone like Director Judd Apatow, who is a person who I love the the programs that he's put together, and I've watched several of his films, There is so much information that they have put out in their content. That audio description allows me as a blind individual to comprehend and observe on DH two Having that speed feature. It just allows me to do better understand and better comprehend what they were trying to portray in their creation. I love a lot of Judd Apatow's work and I think if he understood me is a blind individual and how I consume content, he would be applaud this new feature by Netflix
Fresh update on "lake city" discussed on WIOD Programming
"A thank you for debuting at number one. It's not about that for me. About what happens in 90 days. This is everything I'm saying. America the world on the brink, where they're gonna live free. We're going to follow the path every form. It's been tried under every different name. You name it. I'm all chapter about the the Socialism, the history of failure. That's what's at stake. By the way, very excited. My first vote for president was for Ronald Reagan. In his first term. Was born in 1961 voted for Ronald Wilson. Reagan proudly followed his presidency can give you chapter and verse on it, but we had great events in the past. The Reagan Library of Plans were, you know the hardest thing for me about not being out on the road to do a lot of these events. Is that when I think about, Okay, get to go. I get the Reagan library all to the Nixon library. I'm going to go to Salt Lake City. I'm going to see my buddy are Rod Arquette. We actually when I goto, California, it's in and out Burger. By the way, very proud of myself. I now have it when you call it when you have it in the lettuce for up. There's a name for it. I forget at night and no animal styles. The onions have his whole code with this whole thing. Anyway, So I get that now It's a little messy. When you eat something in a lettuce wrap. It actually is more refreshing than the bun. And I just don't need that much bread anymore. I just what I'm out in California once a day with double protein style. Double double protein style. That's it. Thank you very much welcome, double double protein style animal style. No, no animal style. I never said that in animals, styles, the chopped onions that I like. If you don't mind I love it's like the clean. That wasn't the question. It wasn't the question, but there were planning when we were going to go to Salt Lake City going to see my buddy Rod Arquette, and we're going to do the event from Crown Burger. I haven't had a crown burger in years. You can't imagine they put pastrami on this crown burger. And I'm not a big, sweet tooth guy, but I, but they have the best shakes. I get an out burger. They that you watch them make the French fries at a real potatoes. And every day they clean the oil. I'll never forget my bad work a whole summer. At you know, like a concession stand. Remember doing that for a while? Ralf Park in Echo Park in Long Island. That one a few jobs I don't mention because I didn't have it that long. And they've never changed the oil for the French fries. The whole suffers the same oil tear. It's actually really disgusting. I'm just telling you, I mean, you weren't supposed to. It's not like it was my job, and I didn't do it. Just you weren't supposed to. Had worked in restaurants. They didn't change it as often as you think, but they change it every day, and it's like the cleanest place you'd ever want to go in the same with Crown Burger they put. Can you imagine pastrami? On a hamburger. It is so good. With their special whatever sauce so good. Amazing, but you know, we're proud of being able to do what we're doing Great event with the Reagan library tonight. We have Ah, an event tomorrow night that anybody conjoined by the way, It's free of charge enough to do anything. Um, also want to announce That, you know, First of all, it's kind of exciting that now the book is in bookstores. Usually I was always given reports. Oh, yeah, handed a went in to get your book. It was buried all the way in the back of the store. Like a TTE the highest level. I'm like, really politics. But apparently a number of these stores of prominently displaying it, which were very happy about some fairness in life. Don't expect. AH, I don't expect The New York Times Book Review on My book. They've never reviewed one of them. They only do it for the liberal friends. Um, we, you know, the other thing that works really Well, if you go on amazon dot com, as you can just download the E book Which a lot of people D'oh. And the other thing is, you know for those people that are over the road drive, etcetera. I spend. I don't know what the final version come out. In terms of audio. I think it was almost 20 hours I spent And I didn't know that most authors don't read their own booked for the audio version. And I did it for two others. I didn't do it for the last book, but I did it for two others so much work, But I did it on one Saturday one Sunday just didn't stop started early in the morning, knocked it out 10 hours the first day, almost 10 hours the next day. Um, I'd like to know what happened all of the all of the lawbreaking. I think the evidence now is overwhelming, incontrovertible everything we told you starting with Hillary Clinton. And, of course, the email server scandal top secret classified information that's not even in dispute. On her computer, her secret server. And then, of course, subpoenaed emails, the lead ID and then clean the hard drive with bleach bitten in the hammers that all happened. It's country was dragged through the month. Three solid long years of hell. And now we know that Trump Russia, collusion never happened. And they knew it didn't happen the whole time. Never mind, you know, not taking the warnings prior to even the first FISA application. Which was based almost, you know, Remember Bob of McCabe, said Andrew McCabe, deputy FBI director without the Dirty Clinton bought and paid for Russian disinformation dossier. Important because I thought the mob of the median Democrats cared about Russian interference. Hillary play paid for it. Now we know not only unverifiable, but the bunked. That was the bulk of information without which they would not have gotten. The FISA applications approved bulk of information used that against it. Sally Yates went before Lindsey Graham's Senate Judiciary Committee earlier today. And she signed one of those FISA applications based on remember, it says. It's it's literally says, you know, verified at the top of the application. She signed it. That's her name. And we know what that means. Anyway, so watch how hard it was for Lyndsey Graham to get a simple Answer. Out of Sally Yates. Now remember Rod Rosenstein. He signed the third renewal warrant the fourth warrant. In total. There were four of them three months each 90 days each to take away the civil rights and constitutional liberties of Carter Page, but really, to spy on candidate Trump. And as the attorney general bill bars that deep into the Trump presidency And Rod Rosenstein and admitted to Senator Graham's Judiciary Committee. That, in fact, knowing what he knows now absolutely wouldn't have signed it. And then that means that Bob Mueller would never have happened. And now we know but you know, they were warned before the first FISA application. We know that Comey lied when he went to Trump Tower and said, it's salaciousness on verified but months earlier He signed the FISA application that said verified And we know that Cathleen Catholic and Bruce or warn them all not to sign it because Clinton paid for it. Christopher Steele hated Donald Trump and had an agenda. And none of it was verified that they used it anyway, because they hated Donald Trump, and they thought they knew better. And then you know, Comey, speaking both out of both sides of his face is always anyway. Well, now that Rod Rosenstein says he never would have signed that FISA application again while he's trying to get the same answer out of Sally Yates. Listen, how long it takes to get to the truth. You signed that warrant application in October in January? Is that correct?.
"lake city" Discussed on Frankie and Jess
"Chemist dot com and they delivered them. So I I made the phone call to Jason over farmer and chemists probably at three o'clock yesterday and by seven thirty, I had him on my door. Oh, that's the best. And what time do you take yours? Because you go to bed at nine food that when you take him at seven thirty I, take them about. So I take my CBD Melatonin. GELS in. This is per. Doctors like he said, this is what I would suggest the neurologist sleep specialists. He said, take your CD, Melatonin, gels at six thirty, and then the Ambien that you take take that around seven because that way, it's fully full in full on in your system by nine o'clock, and by nine o'clock man I am good to go and I get a I'll tell you man getting that extra two hours. A night has been. I could totally tell. My my sister, my body within like three days. I mean it was. NAPPING during the day. Still aren't. You can't really nap. You're good to go at night. You know the napster, you know it's Kinda hit or miss because of everything that's going on and just a lot of stuff going on. But yeah, I try to at least you know try to at least lay down in whether I fall asleep or not. But even just resting and laying there in bed for forty five minutes or an hour if I can't even if I don't fall asleep, it helps you know through. Okay. So yeah. But anyway. So yeah, farmer and chemist dot com if you WANNA check them. Ninety seven one. Frankie Jess Show podcast here on iheartradio. Tomorrow, we're going to be doing the show live. So if you can come by us, we'd appreciate it even if you can't you know the thoughts there, but you can donate if you want to do something and help out with pack. The pod we have ways outside of maybe stopping by tomorrow if you can't do that were looking for this, and that is school supplies to help out the kids in the Granite School district. So we've teamed UP WITH CRICKET WIRELESS MY WAY. Storage Granite School district, the Salvation Army, and we're going to be doing the whole show live tomorrow along with Jeff McCartney. He's. He's going to be doing his show right after us, and then Aj's going to be there tomorrow afternoon. So from six am to seven, pm H. is going to be broadcasting live in the parking lot of Fort Union target..
Fresh update on "lake city" discussed on All Things Considered
"It was almost as if to a was speaking directly to the presumptive Democratic candidate, Joe Biden. Sam Jiao is a Chinese US relations expert at Denver University. We cannot go back, so the good old days are Kong. He points out that confronting China now has bipartisan support. And not just among politicians. A recent Pew Research surveys show that American attitudes towards China have soured across the board. And the Trump Administration, for its part, has sanctioned Chinese officials for human rights abuses. Blacklisted Chinese companies arrested alleged Chinese spies ended special privileges for Hong Kong Challenge China's claims in the South China Sea and ordered Chinese consulate in Houston too close. And that's just in July. Robert Ross is a professor of political science at Boston College. One gets a strong sense from Secretary of State Pompeo that he's trying to lock in is Cold War relationship. So that whoever is president in 2021 it will be too late to turn back the clock. But Tony Blinken, Biden's top foreign policy adviser, rejects the premise, he says Trump's policy of merely trashing China achieves little. I think the first thing that a president body would recognize is that in dealing with the challenge to China poses Because much about us as it is about them. Biden's priority, he says, will be putting the U. S house back in order. So I think you see initially a big focus by a president Biden on competitiveness. On the vitalizing our democracy bottom. Strengthening our lines and part of his family is hurting our values. That's why you engage China from exhibition straight and American strength, at least in Chinese eyes has been crumbling. Experts say the 28 financial crisis was a big turning point. When the banking system nearly collapsed. Many in China saw it as a sign the US style liberal democracy was doomed Chinese leader She Jinping has doubled down on the notion since taking power in 2012. And some in China. See Trump's presidency as a further sign of American decline and the administration's handling of the pandemic as proof Julien Go words is a China scholar at Harvard and a supporter of Biden for president. Many elements of Chinese strategy respond to their perceptions of The United States are overall national strength and particularly their perception that the United States is not becoming stronger but is in some sort of a process of Declining as a great power fighting strategy, in part aims to reverse that perception, regardless of who's in office. Jennifer Lind, an associate professor of government at Dartmouth, thinks competition will be an unavoidable feature of the relationship. And increasingly so we're looking at this enormously important change in relative power between the U. S and China. They're much bigger forces going on here than just Trump came in and watched everything up. A rising and increasingly assertive China means both countries will have to find new ways to coexist. Biden's foreign policy experience is deep, and he met Xi Jinping several times when both were vice president. The Trump campaign has tried to paint that as a liability. Jinju of Buckner University says it could be an asset if you can't reestablish the working relationship with she And build a strong, you know, personal chemistry. I think we will have some influence she and on China's policy. If not, Ju says, all that's may be off. John Druitt. NPR news When organizers in Lake City, Colorado, a small, mostly white town held a black lives matter March They didn't invite the town's only black pastor, Brendon MacMillan. He spoke with reporter Laura Palmisano from member station K V. N F about how it felt to watch the march go by his house. And what he hopes people learn from it. When the Baptist Church in tiny Lake City, Colorado, needed a pastor a couple of years ago, Brendan MacMillan took the job and moved there with his wife and seven Children. I would say overall, the town has been very receptive of our family, and the reason is that when it comes to ministry and the role that I believe God has asked me to do then race doesn't matter. Not everyone in Lake City is white. In some here, we're proud one. About 50 of the town's 400 residents turned out for a black lives matter March in June. But nobody invited McMillan despite other faith leaders being asked to attend, he says. It sounds like potential Saturday night Live sketch and first is quite comical. But I would say that my feelings were hurt just a little bit, but more so I would chuck that office. Exposing some of the areas That might be problematic in like city or mountain towns. Blind spots we made this march is an act of solidarity, but we also do not do our best to reach out to black people in community. 21 year old Caleb Chambers was one of the organizers of the march in avoiding Organization of our black population. We avoided connecting with them and building relationship that ended up being Really hurtful. McMillan says he received heartfelt apology emails from the organizer's, but he still hasn't spoken to them. There is a little bit of awkwardness still there, but that's to be expected, and so hopefully those things begin to fade, and we can actually start talking about what happened. McMillan says The incident hasn't changed how he feels about Lake City. There's mortar to this community and this town then this issue that has arised. Is it something that we still need to address? Yes, and I feel Honored if there was courage to be able to do that, yet the same time I still love like cities Justus Muchas I have When I first got here, he says he feels fortunate to live in the scenic mountain town for NPR News. I'm Laura Palmisano in Lake City, Colorado..
"lake city" Discussed on Frankie and Jess
"Naked. But but yeah. But I never like I don't know I. Think it's maybe different with the opposite sex, right like the. I mean, obviously I don't want you and Tammy feels weird like she doesn't want him seeing her naked now because he's starting, he's very perceptive and he's very Inquisitive and doesn't you don't want the whole was, what is that Shiloh buff thing? You know? Larry is, yeah. We'll have to ask Dr because I know a lot of parents have asked about that recently to dislike I've got the ages. When is it appropriate? You know same sex, of course, like you said, but maybe you know he's getting more independent as you said to. So once he's four and he's kind of getting the hang of it. I. Think when they're five I can't remember when coop started sharing on his own, but yeah. Yeah, Kev would shower with him for a little bit when he was younger just to kind of teach him the ropes and then he was on his own, and again I don't want to I. Mean I'm just in there and I 'cause it's easier and it's like so I give him all clean, and then I just you know then I step out and get dressed, and then he's in there for the you know how many minutes? and. I'm standing in their near the bathroom and and just kind of wait and there's music plan and he's just playing in the shower whatever. But yeah, it's Weird I mean back in the day and maybe it's five. But yeah, we'll ask Dr but. Like Kevin especially before church because you always rushing out the door to get to church, he would shower off coupe and then had off to me and I drive off and get him dressed and would finish up in the shower. So I mean, that's pretty normal. You're good hope. So couple of other quick stories over Hollywood headlines. So it looks like NBC promising unreleased content of the office and it's going to be on their peacock streaming service next year. So stuff that we did not see on the office I'm stoked I'm stoked in my cute kids. So he just turned thirteen last month. He we watched the. The whole office, all the way through me, Kuban Cav, and look like I just missed the office I. Miss the Office. I'm going to restart it, and he did he watched two episodes by himself last night that was with him. But I was getting work done on my phone and yeah, he's like I'm restarting it and so yeah, he's he started the whole thing over and you know I gotTa. Tell you. We've got xfinity in our house here. You've heard me talk about peacock. So that is a I love that I love that service. Yeah. That is so cool and that whatever you call it network. Faction of NBC, but they've got all kinds of TV shows and movies, and that is I. Love It. So the next year you said that they're going to have the office. Yeah. Looks like they set next year and they'll be on peacock. Couple of quick story..
Fresh update on "lake city" discussed on Beyond the Beltway
"With inner city kids with no experience in those days. The city needed teacher desperately on then I was hired by a fella named Tickle Me was one of our great government did not put in jail and he has more friends Special State wide, so I became a non judgment of special needs. Children from legislation passed legislation. God, how old other school board How long of the school board and then I've been on the school board. Now, 20 years. They've shaper. We think your brother will thank you very much for joining us, as I mentioned in 2018 with Illinois Superintendent of the Year and then you with national superintendent here and you also have in the past president of the Association. School super than your background is very, very deep, but also but more about what you do when have delighted you are to be uneducated. You know, there's no better to be It is exhausting work, but I can't imagine being anywhere else opportunity because impact like 21st year as a superintendent. 14 Northwest 12,000. Cal Daniels also joins us. Hey, as a high school teacher in Salt Lake City is also a Facebook friend and someone I put out an appeal earlier in the week. Is anybody out there with the classroom teachers? One dissipate. That's how we got together. So tell us something more about other things you're involved in the at the school level school my entire.
"lake city" Discussed on Frankie and Jess
"Would. Never. Girl, like if we have more kids, I'm getting a Tahoe or like an escalade. That's how mommy roles. unless you see a minivan? No. No, you know what's funny. It's Kevin's like man. They're really cool inside and like you shut your damn map, they are those are nice i. know the Odyssey is really nice. That's how Meredith, AJ. So our friends at work with us and they I think meredith was one of those that was like I don't WanNa Minivan I. Don't want a minivan and then she got one and now she's addict. this sex eight, two, nine, four, five, I'm willing to admit getting married was a huge mistake. Let's see willing to admit that my feelings for Co worker are a result of my actions and not shortcomings on my spouse. It took me too long to realize this. Yikes, well, Let's see. This was that I always complain come out at people that are flaky for years of expressed how much I can't stand it. Well, I'm flaky not in business, but in personal commitments to admit to myself, I commit to things in the moment because I don't want to say now, which we talked about that on the show yesterday the later I find an excuse not to come I need to own it and learn to say no and. And no that. Okay. These are good man. That's because they really make you. I mean, these are so relatable. They make you think about yourself. You know it's kind of like that self awareness thing that we talk about, did you see the text that came in at eight to nine, four five and we're talking about, what are you willing to admit right now? Somebody said I was a bully junior high and I am so sorry to those that I heard I had a change after being bullied myself. So somebody had kind of that light bulb going off after they have the tables turn Wa and they're willing to admit that they were bully. Dang? Wow, that's huge and sometimes I hate to say it. But sometimes, you have to get your butt kicked to realize what is going on. You don't mean like. Not. Always physically. But just in life, it's kind of like, okay. Maybe take a step back or you burn that bridge, and so now you have to kind of go through that. You know it's like a wakeup call. Yeah. Totally. This one said I have to admit it breaks my heart. My wife doesn't want to be intimate and I'll never tell her that. But yeah, it's obviously creating an issue in the relationship Let's see this one said I'm thirty two and I admit I suck. My thumb at night. It helps me sleep in. It's a comfort thing. Wow. These are good i. mean it's almost like the Hannibal ability you know with this. This. It's just a different take on that as far as as being vulnerable. Like kiss, your admitting something like what are you willing to admit? Do we have any more text here to get to or I think we're good and if anymore we can hit him. But yeah, all the text messages get posted at ten o'clock at freaking dot Com tweet and we'll. We'll get to some more of those weird wedding tax. So what was weird about the wedding?.
"lake city" Discussed on Frankie and Jess
"And this is pre. Axel, and my wife brought it up the other day as we were driving, we were going on our date hike on Friday and we were getting ready to head up big. Cottonwood Canyon, and she just said something about. Yeah. She said something that you had said. When we were pregnant and before we had axel and how you would never be like you're not GonNa, do it this way when we have kids, right? And yes, I completely. Those words and I and I and I own it. So you remember maybe you don't. So if you've been with us for a bit and I know there are some listeners that have brought it up for and I, and again I get this was. Before kids and my experience was I, just didn't get the whole thing with kids and I remember I would I would come at my brother. Sometimes, I would call my brother in New York and he's got two boys. So my nephews Tuck and and Jacob and I remember like my brother just anytime, I would talk to him. He was a always talking about the boys and of course I love the boys and want to hear about the boys. But I remember I say. Cheese like the and come at somebody when they'd say our kids our whole world and be like your whole world..
"lake city" Discussed on Frankie and Jess
"So then we ended up like we did ice cream, you know like nine, nine, nine, thirty in midway. So it's just like a mid western traditions, not a Mormon Trish is not a campus tradition. Here online at said a noisy rowdy and often body community celebration of a marriage The chivalry saw friends and neighbors gathering outside the couple's bedroom window that is banging pots and pans, playing musical instruments, sometimes shooting off guns and demanding entrance to the new the newlyweds home. So yeah, I get sounds like there's just different things that go along with this and so many had texted and said, hey, if you're going to do it you, you know if you want to keep their family tradition going you bu and you do you. So do you think you're going to do this or allow this to happen or or what? have. You guys have the I'm sure you've had the talk, right? Well, it depends on if there are certain people at the at the wedding so. If there's certain family members at the wedding, then it will happen, but it depends on if I decide to invite them so. But. You could still invite them and then say no to the tradition if you're not feeling it right I. Guess you know. Sounds like these people are like pretty ballsy with this and they would do it was. There, it'll happen. That's the. Way To not, get, invited? Yeah. And that's just weird like get you imagine you're trying to do it with your spouse and people are outside your window like you do it and. Guns, it's like. It is weird and that's Was Weird about the wedding. So eight to nine, four, five, we have some really good tax leftover. We wanted to get to these real quick. There's so funny. seriously. Thank you with the best listeners in the world like our mornings are so great because if you guys. Send my best man. He passed out with his shirt off in the bushes avenue the ceremony. So somebody. This takes said weird wedding bride wrote in on a white horse guest had to sit on Hay bales in a field and while we were..
"lake city" Discussed on Frankie and Jess
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"lake city" Discussed on Frankie and Jess
"We'll just throw it out during the show. How did you lose your best friend as far as what happened to your guys as a relationship? So that could definitely fall into that. So but we're talking about this right now, you're attracted to your friends spouse. Tell us the story at eight to nine, four five. Okay. So this one's this one's funny. I'm not attracted to my friend Chris Spouse. Because she's attractive aroused around her because we hate each other, there's some real like dynamite chemistry, and if anything were to happen sexually between us, it would be on. So it's one of those where it's like that fine line between love and hate were, it's the you know the friends spouse. You're like, Oh, I don't like being around them, but you want you really WanNa do. something. Are you speaking from experience because that's like it was? Like Wow You had some knowledge buying that. That would that would really got me fired up. This was that I used to be in love with my buddy NIX girlfriend Schuyler back in high school years. Later, they broke up one night. She was getting frisky with me wanted to hook up as badly as I wanted to i. told her. I just couldn't do that. She been with my friend for so long and I didn't think it'd be right like, Dat. Is Willpower it could have happened I'll tell you I was younger and I was living in in Fort. Myers, and there was a a girl. And it was crazy because it was my buddy pock. Oh, and he was dating her. Okay and she not only came on to me. It was. Yeah, it was insane. But I, totally I was like this. I cannot do this. It was it was. Yeah. Had to do she hot. She will. Way. She Oh. She was hot. Okay. She was way hot and she so basically what it because we all live together as far as me and my Buddy Paco, he worked at the radio station and we had another roommate..
"lake city" Discussed on Frankie and Jess
"Yes, I and I don't know who she is because they didn't recognize it like her name is. Jaguars something. Do you know who she is Kylie Shia? Rapper. I've never heard of her before. Yeah. I don't know you're. An animal. Let's. I'm going to Google it Yeah. Yeah. Because she had heard some audio this morning and she said that he did something to her while she was sleeping. Oh, as far as he attempted to do something. So that's You know just looking accused what year that was you know I'm and I don't know. I don't even know who she is. It says Jaguar right is her last name R. I. R. W. I G.. H. T.. So she's a singer. Yeah. Okay. So she saying that yeah, she's coming at him saying that he assaulted her so I don't know when that was. Crazy and that's the thing too I mean. There's two sides. You know what? I mean like that and I hate to say that but. We've had so many people that have come forward. That were full of crap. Just to ruin somebody else that we've had people come forward that you know it was legit. So I wonder what's going to happen with that and I mean like you said I don't, and maybe more people know about this Jaguar girl to the fact that the three of us don't really know about her like she trying to give you some extras and. Yeah and I hope that's not the case I hope to God, that's the case, but I also hope that he didn't do anything like that. So that sucks but But yeah. So tiffany and you know and who knows maybe that's why they decided to announce their relationship. There's always something behind it. You know. But yeah, tiffany common are going strong and love being together and then yesterday a lot of celebrities came forward for Ellen. Well, I shouldn't say a lot. It was a few. So Porsche her wife said I stand by Ellen, and you know she is the person that you see on TV. She's carrying kind and she wants a better world for everybody. So you know Porsche was just saying that she's getting a bad rap and basically trying to say was producers on the show and not Ellen. That's why it's. It's been a toxic work environment. So Katy Perry stuck up for Ellen yesterday Kevin. Hart. Setup, for Ellen yesterday and Kevin Hart said Hey, I've been on the same side. You are on right now with the media and people tearing you up and digging up dirt and trying to make you look bad. He's like you know I see you and I get it because I've been there and then I guess Diane Keaton Stuck Up for Ellen, yesterday too. So people come in, you know to her defense and. There's a lot going on with that show and I keep hearing rumors that she's over it, and she's really pissed off about all this stuff that's come out and that they are looking for a replacement because she's she was hesitant to sign us last contract and we talked about this. It was her brother that was saying, Hey, you can't let the show. Go you make so many people happy and you're doing well, and you know you're not wanting to retire. You gotTa keep the show going and I think she was it was one of those where. Where Ellen Pompeo talked about it this morning, it was just easier to sign it to keep the money and a steady paycheck and just keep doing what you're doing..
"lake city" Discussed on Frankie and Jess
"Is Ninety, civil one. Salt Lake's everyone hit music station with Frankie jest six eleven. Welcome to Wednesday August. Fifth. It's going to be another hot day today. It looks like we're going to be the triple digits right around one hundred or so, and then I think the rest of the week, we're looking to be mid to upper nineties doing the show live from home tomorrow. Morning, we're going to be out live for pack the pot. Yeah, we're excited about that. Let's see him to see, and we're doing it from the house. It could barely hear Jessica. Can you give me a little check check check? Check check check. Check I don't. Hear much either check check check son low and near end. Sound a little low on your end. You, pull it up. Maybe just a little, just a tab yet. Tomorrow, we're going to be out for pack the pod at Fort Union target, and we'll try to help out the kids in the Greenwich. School district's that teaming up with cricket wireless, my way, storage, course, granite, school district, and the Salvation Army they're part of this as well, which is trying. Trying to help out the kids as they get ready to go back to school, because half of those kids in the Granite School district is like sixty, seven, thousand in the district and half of them are either at or below the poverty line, and we're just trying to help those kids. You know because we know what it's like going back to school. You know is I can remember I mean I'm forty nine years old, but I can remember those days like you know I was anxious nervous kid. And to not have the basic school supplies, which we had going back to school. That really doesn't you know help these kids when they're going going to school, you're right. It was already nerve racking enough, and like you said, we had closed and supplies, and so we need to help these kids. Yeah. So that's Kinda. The point of what we're doing here, we've got like a basic list of of what we're looking for things like safety scissors or racers, glue sticks I, mean, it's it's a pretty good sized list here. Spiral notebooks markers high lighters. Colored. Pencils, but if you want to check out the list and ninety seven,.
Hurting for Money
"Hi, guys well from Beautiful Salt Lake City Utah. It's thank God I'm atheist the podcast I'd Frank Feldman and I'm Dan Beecher and coming up on the show today. Dan. Giving out money. Just. Thrown around. Making it rain. I WISH I mean they're doing that for some. I don't know my my my. GIG economy unemployment insurance is is winding down and I don't think I'm going to get any more. So Oh, I'm not excited. About that. But no, I know the the yet the government has found a very worthy repository. For a bunch of our money, our tax money, and let me tell you dear listener. You Ain't GonNa like it. Yeah. Yeah. Not Not a good look. We'll be getting to that. But in the meantime, Dan? Yeah. There's some new psychological research Dan. Okay, that seeks to. Link, atheism. To something and I wanna I wanna I I'm curious. To hear your response. because. Is. It is it. Is it linking. Atheism STD's because that just because we're all sluts. No. In fact to. Emotional suppression. Oh Oh. Oh. Yeah. I duNNo. I feel about that. This is what I'm saying. They did. They did this research on a group of one thousand, fifty, nine undergraduate psychology students. Surveyed them right and they about their religious beliefs and had them complete an assessment of their emotion regulation tendencies, right? Okay. and so about half the participants. Were Christian thirty percent agnostic or non religious fifteen percent identified as atheist and. The remainder was A mix of Muslims Hindus Buddhists Jewish. And then apparently a smattering of others. But Yeah. So what they found is that the self identified atheists. were. More likely to report engaging in emotional suppression meaning. They were more likely to agree with statements like when I am feeling positive emotions I am careful not to express them. K which which is interesting They also took eight atheists an eight religiously affiliated undergraduates They were recorded. As they described a recent experience that made them feel frustrated or annoyed. And a recent experience that made them feel happy or joyful and. A hundred undergraduates watch those videos, right? Okay and they they watched it with audio turned off. And they they re they raided the speakers emotional expressive, nece, their trustworthiness, and they're like ability. Okay and they just based on on seeing them not here. Just watching them talk and tell the story that was an emotional story. Right. Interesting And they had absolutely no idea about which speaker was atheist or Catholic or whatever. And they found that the the atheist were seen as less emotionally expressive on average when compared to the religiously affiliated individuals. Interest. And so they say, let's see this is the researcher. Speaking says compared to non, atheist. which includes acknowledged sticks and the nonreligious as well as believers atheists are not more likely to manage their emotions by thinking differently about situation that was one of the I'm sorry there was this other thing where they. Tried to assess. After, you've had an emotional experience like. Do you try to reassess the emotional the emotions that you felt and the how strong those emotions were right. And so you're saying that the atheists are not more likely to manage their emotions by thinking differently about situations atheists are more likely to resist expressing their emotions however and people. Noticed this even if they don't know someone is an atheist.
Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall Is Working on Five Areas of Police Reform
"More about policing here in Salt Lake. And thanks for coming back again today. Uh, so it's all it's all been, you know, the policing black lives matter, de phoned the police. You all been up in the air, and I saw a story that you were. You had been talking to Ah Salt Lake police and working with them and talking to them about some things that might be done. To improve policing in our city. What's going on with that? There's a lot going on with that. Right now. We have to put together the commission on racial Equity in policing, which is community members, background experiences across the spectrum. It all wanting to see a reform in Salt Lake City Police Department and generally profit nation. But we've tasked them with looking at Salt Lake City Police Department budget culture and policies and then bringing recommendations over the next months and even up to a year. Back to the City Council on myself to make improvements in Salt Lake City government when it comes to policing, But right now and simultaneously we've been working on some police policy reforms. That includes use of force. We're looking at Camden, New Jersey, on the FBI and mother really progressive policies nationwide around use of force. No knock warrants. Another one. We are numbers are already quite low compared to other departments. And they have decreased in the last few years. But we still want to look at the policy to see how we can improve it to further tighten down on instances where no knock warrants or used our body camera policy is pretty extensive. But we want to improve transparency around. How and rather why officers disabled and increase potentially the consequences for officers who disable their body camera. There's consent to search On. We want to increase our transparency and make that more clear. There's some forms that we give. People were supposed to give people. When a police officer is going to search, we need to make sure those are readable. But they're translated if necessary, that their clear to the public There's several others, but I'll posit there and see what your doctor I wanted to ask about is their eyes there anyway, to deal with the fact that the police are often called upon to do things that they really Shouldn't be doing to deal with mental health issues, for instance. Yes, absolutely in the police has been Over the last many decades really over my lifetime, at least with the de funding of mental health on the lack of support and access from many people. Even most people across the country to adequate mental health support services so police officers become Therapist they become marriage counselors fails to become Park rangers and other forms of not what we would normally called policing in the past. And I think our officers were also appreciate not being being called on to do the kind of work that isn't necessarily policing work, so We're looking at how we might be able to use our eight social workers that Aaron, the solid city Police Department, which is something unique to our police department, compared to others Round ST How can they go out with that? Because they go into corresponded model with an officer. How can they go out in a way that it doesn't trigger individuals who are in mental health crisis? Helping. What's the appearance of
Washington DC metro unemployment rate falls to 8.4%
"Metro areas. Unemployment rate continues to ease back down. It was still 8.4% in June, but that's down from 8.9% in bay. Los Angeles at the biggest big city unemployment rate in June 18.1%. Salt Lake City the lowest that 6.2%
3 dead after small plane crashes into suburban Utah neighborhood
"Three people were killed. Others were heard as a small airplane crashed in a suburban Salt Lake City neighborhood with six people on board. It took off from South Valley Regional airport and crashed. Into a West Jordan backyard was Jordan police saying a nine month old The pilot and a woman died while a woman is in critical condition with two year old is in stable
"Hey every. Tag is well from gorgeous, a little still too hot SALT LAKE CITY UTAH. It's thank God I mean kissed the podcast I'm Frank Feldman and I'm Dan Beecher and coming up. On the show today day on. Trump about trump and we're. GonNa talk about White Evangelical. An article that we both read About, maybe why? Why Evangelical did vote for trump? And it's not for the reasons that liberals like to think so I think it's actually It's an interesting take and one worth talking about if even just if it's. Just sort of as a as a discussion about what America is Nyu. We're that way and. Don't expect it to sound good. Don't don't expect us to come out. Rosie on this one. Oh, Americans America. Yeah America has a concept. People. Artistic. Ship has sailed trae yeah, I think I think we all know Diane got problems. We're not in shining city on the hill or whatever and. smolder smoldering. Shit pile and the devil. We're the tire fire that stinking up the place. Off. Had to be American. Oh, it's fine. It's fine. The other ones who are ruining America right now we're. We're the good ones. It's nice to assure oneself. All right Dan yeah. What are you? Win Covid nineteen I hit. Twelve years ago twelve. Going on thirteen. Did you have any thought about what it might mean for relative Religiosity in America like. Did you think that maybe people might kind of the fence sitters might. Find Faith. Again was thought that that maybe you had I had this thought. I'm just one to two. I know I didn't think that I have given up predicting in the universe because. I'd starting with the with the twenty sixteen elections I have now realised. I have no handle on what human beings do yeah, and it'll just go left every time I think it's GonNa go right well I think a lot of people probably did think like I did where your? Sort of this impulse right that people who who weren't really. They just didn't go to church right, but they still maybe Kinda. SORTA believed in God and so maybe those people would would return right, and we may be an up an uptick. In America in sort of religious observance and whatnot. Well it turns out. that it is the exact opposite. Wrong or at least according? To the state of the Bible survey. That was just released this last week by the American. Bible Society. It was the tenth such survey that they've done. They started in two thousand eleven right. Okay, and they look to see. How many America what percentage of American adults are consider themselves to be? Sort of scripture engaged right? Metric but the they look at how frequently people read. The Bible. And Sort of how? Nobody's ever read the Bible. And what what they consider its impact on their relationships and choices are right sure in the six months span. Between January and the end of June. Yeah. The number of scripturally engaged Americans dropped from twenty eight percent to twenty two point seven percent. Wow, that's thirteen million people who previously. Went to scripture? To seek solace or or a? For better living or whatever. Who stopped doing that just basically were like Oh. This thing doesn't do anything. I mean it's hard to read into exactly what it is i. mean the article kind of speculates Lake. Is this just because they don't have time? Because these are people who got kids at home and a job that? You know telecommuting on. You know like like it. Just people being really busy, or is it potentially? What's? More likely in my mind, which is what you're saying at least to a certain extent, right and no matter what these are people who had a habit. These are thirteen million people who had the habit of going to scripture. Have broken that habit and her going, maybe because they've lived this long, not. You know without the impulse? Maybe
Mormons Shirk Leaders Request to Wear Masks
"Going to start with. A story about the. Church of Jesus, Christ of Latter Day saints the Mormons the Mormons. From which we done sprung headquartered right here in Salt Lake City. Yeah, they have the church. Leadership has recently. They sent out a letter to all the numbers. In Utah. This wasn't like directly from like the president of the church. The Pros at himself yeah wasn't even from like the quarter of the twelve, and this was from the area presidency. So these are the assistant regional manager was saying. No literally the regional manager Oh. Yeah, it's the regional manager. That's the regional manager. So the management of the Church's Grassley Saints sent this letter out asking. Members to of the church to wear masks in public yeah, and to be good citizens. And to help the health and Welfare of all. Now before before you go any further. I want to point out that Mormons in general. Are. Obedience driven humans they are. It's an authoritarian. Religion it is one. It is a top down. Do not question the authority religion right, but in a lot of ways sometimes I think the church knows when to be quiet and knows when not to be right like well. They say things that they know are going to go over well, right? this If you know anything about Utah and our general response to Covid nineteen. It. Hasn't been going. In fact in a lot of ways. It's been problematic. The we've got that strain of like right-wing nutjob here in the that. Doesn't. Want to be told what do right. Yeah, in fact and this choice I actually saw something on a related story that had a picture of a mask that somebody had written. My Body my choice. Yeah. So clever. None the less so. And of course the UTAHNS. Stripe tend to be Mormon right. And So. This hasn't necessarily gone over well We, basically we haven't seen more people wearing masks because of this church urging people wear masks what has caused people to wear masks or national chains like Kroger and Wal Mart etc target, also saying that you have to wear a mask in their store. Okay, well a finally finally right and Salt Lake County soon as salt lake. County was allowed by the state to to put in a face mask like rule like law. Right eight a mandate. Order I guess actually probably There was almost like immediate compliance. It was amazing. It was overnight like it wasn't one hundred percent. Obviously. Break the places that I go. It was a noticeable and dramatic difference. Right and that's that's what these things do. You or you place an order? Put an order in place in people comply will nonetheless. Then work with the LDS church. They really are out of touch with their their membership on this. This. This multiple times we saw this when the church provided you know. When they brought a bunch of missionaries, home provided instructions for people. The how to you know what they were to do? When they picked their missionary up, which were summarily ignored, yeah. I? Honestly, it almost is like the church feels like at this point to be the Crotchety old man on the block, right or like grandparents right like maybe not the credit made actually just your grandparents. Who just like? Oh, come on, you're just. You. Don't know what you're talking about right? That's almost like their reaction. The membership reaction at this point of. They. they don't know what they're talking about. And if GRANDPA like really gets mad and insists everybody'll roll their eyes and comply, but like right, which is going to church. They have to wear masks when they go to church, right. It's so funny they won't do it. They will not do it with just out in public on their own. It's amazing and you know when when that news hit I have, course went to very mormon sources like the Desert News, which is the church owned newspaper. And I went I jumped right to the comments section because I wanted to see what was happening. Are they accepting this or are they rejecting it because it's literally like the the organization that they believe the most telling them to do something that they have? Four squares set their mind against and. It was shocking to see how many Mormons because Mormons don't disobey the brethren. They don't yeah. So many Mormons going. We'll do from the Prophet so I. Don't have to listen to it. Yeah, looking for any excuse, right? It was amazing to me.
Manhattan, New York rental vacancy is highest in 14 years
"You're a real estate investor of your landlord life is getting difficult Manhattan's vacancy rate is now at the highest level in fourteen years rental rates are down eight percent third down not just in New York but in cities all across the country San Jose Salt Lake City New Orleans Pittsburgh Nashville Orlando Atlanta Charlotte ranks down across the board we're also of course seeing a sharp drop in travel and that translates to a sharp drop in travel taxes a fifty percent decline in hotel taxes seventeen billion dollars that cities and states are not collecting because people have been staying home as a result of all of this though revenue to state and local taxes a sharp drop in travel people are staying home no kidding during all of this there's a fifty percent decline in hotel taxes that seventeen billion dollars that cities and states are not collecting hi tourism states California New York Florida Nevada Texas they're losing out on billions of dollars of revenue and that doesn't even include the property taxes and let's not forget that one out of every twenty five jobs in this country or people who work in the hotel industry
Risk of new lockdowns rises with fear of second COVID-19 wave
"You mentioned these states that are seeing these big surges right now Arizona Arkansas the Carolinas Florida. Texas Tennessee Utah, these are states. They're seeing big first surges. It's not a second surge or so called second wave. How exactly do we determine when it's a second wave for the country though? What's tricky about this? Is that like every place? Every city every state is going through its own corona virus break like sure they're interconnected and people travel from one place to another, but like the outbreak in New York City is on a completely different time line a completely different trajectory than the outbreak. Phoenix or Salt Lake City or Little Rock, and so as much as I know, people have come to think about things in terms of waves. We have a bunch of discreet different waves, ebbing and flowing all the time, and we can see that right now you know these days. The cases and deaths in New York City have been on a substantial decline for quite a while. Now you know they've seen the worst of the coronavirus, whereas somewhere like Arizona. That wasn't hit hard. The first time is now to your point seeing for the first time, a big surge in cases as the lockdown starts to get lifted. The virus hasn't gone away. Cova nineteen is. is going to spread. People are going to get sick and some people are going to die. It becomes a decision for politics and for society to figure out how much new covid nineteen spread is worth the economic reopening. What will be concerning is if we see a place like New York or Seattle or some of these places that have already endured a first wave if they start to see a big surge as they start their reopening process. That's when we're going to know that a second wave is really underway.
Tropical Storm Cristobal will make landfall Sunday
"What is left of tropical storm Cristobal is dumping some heavy rain near the Gulf coast storm made landfall on Sunday south of New Orleans it's now moving up the Mississippi River bringing a chance of tornadoes through that area Louisiana were inundated with four to six feet of water the storm's destructive path stretched more than five hundred miles to Florida flooding streets in Jacksonville and spinning off two tornadoes the first one touchdown Saturday in Orlando there were no reports of injuries the second hit Sunday afternoon south of Lake City damaging trees in the area that's W. W. L. T. V.'s jade Cunningham reporting there from Mandeville
"We got a letter that we're going to be reading. Get the letter realism. US Oh God. I am so. I wouldn't want to know the person. Who wrote this slumming? Horror. Some outlet and we're going to be talking about it Oh my God it involves it's it's got sex. It's got religion. It is ever. Or violence. It's got all kinds of the it's. It's guys magic. It's basically curses. A movie it would be are rated and Christians is A. It's a hell of a thing is a hell of a thing will be discussing that later on in the shield coming up later all right? I want to start with This article that I more about addressing the existence of this article right. That it brings up from the desert news. A local MARMON paper. Yeah the LDS Church owns a daily newspaper here in Salt Lake, city. And they There's their slant is obviously. Yeah. You guessed it. Pro Pro family pro faith. Mormons Pro Mormons. And, so they have I guess. Maybe this was an op Ed. Okay, but it's also just. Par for the course for the desert news sure The headline says as protests erupt. Christians ask what would Jesus do. She's still. Well again. I mean. If if he's your only moral touchdown. Then, yes, please ask what he would do. Right problem is everybody has a different answer right right? Yeah, exactly. You know in the article they actually. Reach out to Bishop. Marion Buddy the. She leads the fiscal. Episcopal Diocese of Salt Lake of Washington DC I'm GonNa tell her a little later on. Yeah, exactly so I won't ruin your story by talking about it too much, but anyway She was definitely very much in the news this last week. and they have a quote from her, and she says some people are called to be on the streets, and some people aren't. Some people are called to offer a supportive presence in one form or another, while others are just called to pray right as this is in reference to you know. Should you be out there protesting as well? Should you be out there? You know how? How. Are you being an advocate for? The African American, and generally the you know. Racial minority groups in this country right and you know like it's not like. The topic isn't an important one as far as like. Prodding. People religious people. Presumably conservative Christians right, who wouldn't necessarily be on the side of a lot of these protesters and asking them hard questions about. Where where they should be and what they should be supporting. I applaud that the article exists okay. I'm tired of this. What would Jesus still? We need guy arrest right like. seriously. Cancer because because look. There's there's one Jesus like you know someone in black lives. Matter might point out that Jesus. When he saw the money. Changers in the temple through Goddamn hissy fit turned over their tables and started smacking him started beaten our asses, so link hello. That's what Jesus might have done, and then somebody else might have said well Jesus would say that he was without sin cast the first stone. Right. So so Jesus against throwing stones apparently so. Very obviously. Can't you can't riot or whatever and. We can support all the positions fantastic. How is that useful to me right? Right, and it's just like again though there's this question of I, it's it just seems like a very morally bankrupt question to be asked first place because it just says that. A. Lake. You the person being asked this. You're supposed to just sort no right. But, but also it's that. You're having to to stop and think about this guy who two thousand years ago. Who if he? If. He lived But anybody who I don't care who they were right. Who lived two thousand years ago? They have no. Perspective. On our current situations would how big in this world they have literally. There from a completely. The time like like I'm sorry like like it's not like. Obviously. The human condition is is Doesn't change that. Right overturning like we're still dealing with a lot of. We have similar emotional lives, probably right ways and and we have the same wants and needs in those those ways right. We're still human beings. and so it's not like. Throw away any sort of. Ancient wisdom right but I. don't care what Jesus would do right? I literally fucking down I. Don't yeah, I don't care. How about what would you do and you should probably sort that out. If you were a good person, what would you do? That's the question. I think that's a really good question. If if you happened to be a decent human being if you could imagine a world in which you weren't the shithead that you are. What would you do? What do you think you'd do? That's the question. The question is. Yeah, what would you? Not Doing. Not should head version of you do. What of the letters on that? How do you get that on a bracelet? And as H. D
A.O. Scott on the Work of Wallace Stegner
"Were some of those big questions that stagner wrestled with in his writing the segments such a fascinating writer for one thing, and I don't really get into into the peace, but he really spans generate. I don't think there are that. Many writers who cover quite the same amount of time as he does, so he he's born in nineteen o nine and grew up in various places around the western United States to Seattle Salt. Lake City not just the United States schedule on, but he started writing in the thirties is first. Four novels were published in the thirties and kept writing and kept going up until his death in. In nineteen ninety-three, the big novels that people tend to read the to that that are probably the most red angle of repose and crossing to safety are from the seventies and eighties. And he already had you know four or five decade career behind him. At that point, you know it's almost a cliche to think of him as a Western writer because he taught at Stanford for many years, he founded the creative writing program. At Stanford, the creative writing fellowships still bear his name there. A lot of his nonfiction is about the West about ecology about the settlement of the West. He wrote a really fascinating book in the forties called Mormon country about Utah Settlement Utah. Conflicts between Mormon and Non Mormon? Population and native Americans there, so the West is kind of his big theme, but it's always in opposition to the Western as we think been in movies or in popular Western literature sort of the mythology the west so. The whole idea of cowboys and railroad man. Rugged individualists, the whole myth of. Western expansion Western settlement something that he's always looking at from a very critical angle. When we think about this idea of like the great American writer and the Great American novel, which is probably all just a false notion, while the feels like in many people's minds like a terrible. Oh, that people know of Wallenstein. They, know the title usually angle of repose and crossing to safety both books that sold very well as in addition to being critical success says. But he's not one of those people that's on the curriculum. For example you said in your essay that he's the writer that you come across on shelves of books where you like you rent a cabin for the summer, and there are inevitably a copy or two of worn paperbacks of his novels, and and and that's the way I came across stagner. What is his reputation in the country? Did he get the recognition that he deserved I think in his lifetime. He was pretty well. We won or was a finalist for most of the major awards Pulitzer in the National Book Award, and he he was a very powerful and important figure in the world of creative writing. I mean the the the list of his students you know includes Berry. Edward Abbey Tillie Olsen Robert Stone Larry. mcmurtry Ken Casey so the people who pass through Stanford and were stagner fellows. There is part of legacy in American writing. Kind of off to the side of whether people are still reading his books, but but I think there is this interesting status where it's not that he's obscure, forgotten neglected, but he's feels a little bit. Marginal to me a little bit, maybe unassimilated.
"lake city" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX
"DOT COM. It's Jason. Thomas JT. How are you? I'm good. I'm good. I'm a little tired I'm GonNa say that on the front end. It is eleven thirty local time, but we are dedicated to the end, so we're here doing absolutely. No, we're digging. Deep are also on board with us from racer x online. He's the Voice of American motocross as the voice of flat track. That's all you need to know. He's chasing again. Yeah, what's going on Oh, so it's so late we're going to cut interest back a little bit. I think so yeah. It's just move on I and there's so many supercross is coming. We hope to have Zach Osborne. On, your in a little bit, we're going call and a touch base with, too. Join this review pod. Protesters at walked right by the stadium. In the middle of them, I was. In their midst I was in the belly of the beast. You practically became a protest, or by like, just like being in the ocean, and just being over weight I could have been on the news. It was it was remarkably driving to get your Portland I was yeah. That's what you were doing. It was remarkably calm a lot of. College aged females with signs, and they were very hot and very tired from their walk up the. Hill, right stadium yes. Yes. I did not feel in danger at all. I felt like I could've taken out at least thirty to forty of them single handedly. Condition, not a problem. We had that, so that was exciting today here in salt. Lake City was a different program night program at it ended late. But first of all. Man You rebounding! WHY THE TRACK REBOUNDED! It was it was it was much better design challenging, tough, held water. It was cooler it. It Yeah I. Mean You WanNa talk about. Just, just a chick. Girl going getting boobs and a facelift, and maybe some implants she was. She was a different animal tonight. Everything was steeper and. The obstacles everything was steeper and bigger being. I'm writing right now. Saturday night live to put on racer x, online, dot, com, and my whole lead. Thing is that we.
"lake city" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX
"So I? Think that would work and finally for the Inner West Hamp Pat Praise Prize pack its George K one one one. We'll be in touch with you guys. I, thank you for playing pulp mixed fantasy and we'll get jobs random prizes as well so again for Salt Lake City to you. Chatree, Jersey, win the overall, so it's pretty good, so. All right joining us here. To talk about his fantasy, issues slash problems. Jason. Why again? What do you mean? How did you know listen to come on? and said did also how dare you? You're assumed it was negative because you're not happy with fantasy scoring ever you want. So JT. The game does not reward mediocrity. He even does a little fantasy preview on our website. And he put that sentence in there, and I know that was aimed directly was yes okay, so we'll swing for the fences. One Steve, Mathis, says Manson I look good. What was he fifteen? Hundred Ninety nine. He'd never made it may well. That's probably just law of average. Eighteenth, I think seventeen or something like then tonight qualified. He's been good enough to make Maine's Lov averages. It just hadn't worked out he was. It was going to happen, but is he good enough or are we going off of that? We all know who he is and where we are. We over qualified twenty. Two to me doesn't make main event while he's raced twice. Data's my. My point of averages, he was eventually going to get one. I felt like you couldn't I agree I have my reasons to not want tonight. Yeah, you heard me loud. Yes, yeah Dan. My theory was I saw hombres in Australia in the two fifty class, which is not nearly with the to fifty classes here and it really still wasn't that impressive, so I was not on board. But Stephen, like just hasn't made a main yet. Two and a half didn't pick them though he talked. I know exactly yeah, so you Jerky Workman I got him I. WanNa. Talk, JT, little bit. I got some complaints that he doesn't pick a team..
"lake city" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX
"I had a bone marrow that I was pulling back to potentially shoot at these. Minor but I don't know why these people jump me. Jumps right right. Yeah, so when that's unfolding then ice as you guys probably did to start getting text like I'm here in the race, GonNa be cancelled. Yeah, I was surprised at eight. Even here. I guess they had to have calls and they had to discuss. It was never alone. We're all in this thing and. Well when occur when a curfew goes out, basically saying it's and our hotel. Basically, we're saying you can't leave if you we've. You can't come back like there are a lot of really. Oh, yeah! They had the doors locked. Don't the gentleman at the? There's a bar. That's the only thing opened in our hotel and it was kind of the. Center Point for night. People are watching the news and there, and whatever, and then the guy in there which he was very uninformed, basically said I can't leave. No one can leave like anymore like okay. Things are starting to go sideways quickly. Luckily, he was not all that well informed. It was just the same guy last night. There was also working with starbucks this morning. Same Guy He I. Don't yeah. He works long hours. I don't want to go to for. That as well informed with what's going on. Bought a good news. He gave us free starbucks morning. Yeah, was it good? No, it was garbage coffee. I wish I would've yeah anyway so I bought starbucks and it was. Great and then we ordered pizza tonight. Everybody and we just like it's my turn to pay because JT japodlay today and I bought starbucks, day and JT. I'm going to pay conveniently the pizza place. He called Din pick up. He said eight times, but I just went on my APP, ordered it and paid for it myself and that was ever. It's eight calls. All right on lockdown really weeks paid for A. Lockdown he also had his mask on upside out which goes with the Jersey a few months ago, so yes, yes. Couple Times ask upset yeah. So you're never were where we're. I was never I, never watched. Because it was a day rights for one, so they weren't GonNa ride too much during the day at two. We're in Salt Lake City. But I did have to just go like what else. What is what is going on here right when they hit us with citywide curfew until Monday. You weren't concerned at all. No, because we weren't blur racing at night, we were in the day it was it didn't matter. It was from Saturday night at eight PM until Monday morning at six am. It doesn't.
"lake city" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX
"I don't know how to do that with everything going on, so we went to the closest place and I. Guess I didn't look at the trail forks good enough, and you blew pass where we were supposed to turn, and you were leading and you. Him I wasn't going to. You. Just kept climbing and I mean we were really steep before we said okay, we're done. It was insane clown. But look that is the theme of the area like where you go, and I know that every area with this code. Nineteen shutdown has seen more people outdoor exercising than ever before, but this is like the Mecca of it. I've never been here doing any of that. I've come in and supercross. It's. Crazy and then jt. You've been road biking, I'm assuming you've seen a lot of people. Yeah. I mean this is this is kind of similar to Boise where I live in that. There's a lot of outdoor activities. A lot of people ride their bikes. Mountain Bikes, water cycling That's just the lifestyle here Denver's kind of the same. The first years and we're going to wake would national. You're like man. Everybody's yeah out riding and doing all these things so I moved to Boise a few years after that, and now it's just normal life, so yeah, it's not very atypical for me to see. But. Yeah, the weather's Kinda just breaking and. It's yeah, it's crazy, so. And, so obviously, we had the COVID nineteen shutdown supercross. And we moved to sing salt. Lake for seven races in twenty two days. And there becomes a riot jt. Last night. Police car got caught on fire. Man had a bow and Arrow and shot it in the crowd. Apparently, we think Anton may have been down there. We're not sure. Resist we don't know the jury's out on that and we had. We had fires and looting, and this is salt. Lake City. We wait you guys so mad about but unbelievable a nationwide thing going on the Salt Lake one was so strange because they..
Clashes continue for 5th night as anger boils over in dozens of cities across the US
"In dozens of cities yesterday large mostly peaceful demonstrations devolved into chaos in Nashville Miami Seattle and Salt Lake City Pittsburgh Phoenix New York and frankly too many other places to name protesters expressed their rage at the death of George Floyd police brutality and racism there were violent confrontations with police and police crackdown also violently they're also mass arrests and injuries among demonstrators journalists and police at least a dozen major cities declared curfews others called on the National Guard which has been historically used in response to major civil unrest there were scenes of National Guard marching through some residential neighborhoods ordering people to stay inside we go now to Los Angeles where members of the National Guard were also deployed overnight and a curfew was put in place as a state of emergency was declared NPR's Nathan rott is in a Laney joins us now Nate walk us through what happened yesterday so there is a massive peaceful protesters started around noon yesterday was in the Fairfax district in west LA which is kind of a trendy neighborhood with high end retail in a big outdoor mall and people were protesting against police violence as they are all over the country they were memorializing George Floyd the black man who died after being pinned to the ground by Minneapolis police officers and you know by all accounts it was peaceful respectful until a little later in the afternoon when we started seeing reports of police cars being set on fire and just a total breakdown of the situation this often happens a protest right when things shift as things go into the night do we know what happened yeah that's the obviously that was a little surprising loop usually these like shift to happen and I distorted broad daylight mid afternoon which is I think very concerning to a lot of city officials so you know on social media people are blaming the police for escalating tensions for responding with tear gas in this sort of militarized riot gear that has become so comically become a place around the country city officials have so far blame bad eggs in the crowd for setting things off and that's something we've been hearing in a lot of places that it's a small group of people who are agitating the situations of course that's now been politicized even with the U. S. Attorney General blaming anarchists and leftists without you know providing any proof of that but it's really hard to say what makes the situation situation shift tensions are obviously very high so it doesn't take much to spark something now doesn't we saw videos of looting and fires in many cities around the country last night it was also the case another right yeah number of retail stores in that Fairfax area were broken into goods were stolen some were set on fire I know firefighters are dealing with those fires throughout the night that prompted Ellie's mayor Eric Garcetti to announce a city wide curfew which cut a lot of people off guard because he announced an hour before it went into effect but here he is explaining why they did it and alluding to a violent protests in nineteen ninety two for following Rodney king we've seen this before in Los Angeles when the violence escalate no one wins and so everybody has to be responsible for owning this moment what do you wear a badge or whether you hold a sign I'm asking all of Los Angeles to take a deep breath and a step back for a moment it doesn't seem like the curfew worked briefly yeah the crowd started to sent that out even before the curfew started I know in other parts of the state Sacramento San Diego other large can confrontations between crowds and police I think you know what it's going to be interesting to see what happens over the next couple of days that's NPR's Nate rott in LA thank you so much yeah I think you look so we've been hearing how the nation is pulsing with anger with demands for racial justice some of that anger has translated into literal fire and for some small business owners that means there is stab each man is a casualty of the unrest and partially the Fadhel followed one of Minneapolis family and sent the story on the south side of Minneapolis the feeling and her family walk up to the door of what was my Mississippi is kitchen volunteer neighborhood walks out sorry the first time we've seen the restaurant after days of inside the walls are charred black the kitchen reduced to rubble glass and water swimming in puddles as community members were to sweep away the destruction of the looks around stunned her daughter's side as with their very very I completely I don't know how they're going to recover this her mother a Somali immigrant opened the restaurant two years ago but her tire savings in the midst of the health pandemic she closed the restaurant and she had to choose between paying for insurance and paying staff system via chose her staff that means there are no funds to rebuild this weekend her mother had planned to re opened her restaurant as the city started easing stay at home orders she spent over four thousand dollars on preparation how would it not only me many obvious she says it's not only her it's the whole street the city around her community members are sweeping boarding up buildings and helping each other almost every business on this block is damaged she speaks to Molly as her daughter interprets everything that has happened and every even though I know that I'm not gonna be able to compact discs from this economically but what has happened to George's life is not so cannot be exchanged for lotus I hope that he gets adjusted the freezer at the oven the tables they can be replaced but George for its life she says that cannot be replaced please the African American man who died after a white police officer India's next to the ground with his that's now fired officer Derek shopping has been arrested and charged with death has prompted mass protests that have erupted across the country in a call for racial justice in the rebel side defines the sign she made for her mother when the restaurant first opened none of the fiscal she loves because she always cooks sided digs out a few morning next most artifacts here I got it from this comes from somebody she puts them into a tiny pile of what is salvageable outside is the power of all that is lost her sister beyond the locks in to help she looks around but the truth is things like this happen when people feel powerless and something has to change he said she hopes the protests translate into motivated voters because back to her is real power she and her sisters started the big difference together inside the kitchen in the back so we can assess the damage it's a tunnel black walls burned debris I'm sorry she is upset because the way I just I just want to see the dentist in the kitchen alone for a moment staring into that black tunnel and then joins her family outside where people are coming together to clear the rubble with everything unfolding the pandemic has slipped many people's minds I forgot have you seen you shake hands with people twenty twenty we hear you we see we went from one crisis to the next to the next sizes now she spends her nights both protesting but also trying to protect other people stores and restaurants from destruction like emotionally torn like you're in there I don't think this is right but at the same time people are crying for help seeing six overnight there were more clashes more cries for justice as protesters demanded that all four of the fired officers involved in the death of George Floyd be prosecuted Floyd is a symbol of the many deaths of black people in police custody sided says she hopes all of
'I can't breathe' protests heat up as curfews imposed in several U.S. cities
"Let's go to Minneapolis now we've got NPR's Adrian Florido agent good morning good morning look not only did we see protests all across the country last night we saw a very heavy police response as well as National Guard response can you tell us about that yeah well the national guard's been activated in in several states including California Ohio Georgia and here in Minnesota where I am as well as in Washington DC so I met many cities we saw not only police in riot gear facing off against protesters but also troops at writing through through the streets in military vehicles in addition to those large number of troops and police what about the tactics they're using there's been a lot of criticism of their tactics people of that been posting videos of protesters being tear gassed hit with rubber bullets attacks on journalists in in New York there's a video of a police cruiser driving into protesters a video that mayor bill de Blasio called upsetting but even with this massive response police around the country have struggled to take control there were violent clashes with police in Chicago chaotic protests in New York and Salt Lake City one person killed in Indianapolis I'm in LA LA as you mentioned the the the the the mayor issued a curfew order and and deployed the National Guard and other cities have the National Guard on standby hoping to prevent the kind of damage that we've seen here in in Minneapolis and there's been mass arrests and injuries on both sides of police and protesters what was it like last night in Minneapolis well over the last few days police had been completely unable to control them the looting and rioting on the streets here and so large swaths of the city of burnt because the police and firefighters in many instances didn't even try to respond but last night things were were different police were out in full force patrolling the streets with with the help of the National Guard and they were determined to take control of the streets they they used tear gas here too they they used rubber bullets and police lines to to disperse protesters still really furious over at George Floyd's killing and and police violence in general and I can tell you Lou the police mostly did take control here there was very little damage reported last night to to to build businesses another property and I don't believe any major fires reported in Minneapolis last night either so what's happening there do you think the unrest is subsiding it's hard to say things still feel very tenuous here many people are still furious like I said over what the police did to George Floyd and though many people did obey the city's eight PM curfew last night many did not listen to what this young man named Q. Henderson who I spoke with last night said he was a he was marching with a group of about a hundred people at peacefully but angrily at around ten o'clock two hours after the curfew took effect I think the curfews
Solidarity protests over George Floyd death take place in cities around the States
"Eight protests around the country we begin in Salt Lake City Utah a man white man screaming all lives matter got out of his car with a bow and arrow took aim at protesters he was tackled beaten by those protestors they also flip this car over the guy taken into police custody he was later released he spoke with reporters he claims to black men beat him through his open car windows which is what spurred him to take aim with a bow and arrow in Saint Louis a man pro testing run over and killed by a fed ex truck that had been stopped when demonstrators blocked the streets police say the two men approached the truck flash their guns of the driver that spoke the driver he then sped off killing one of those demonstrators and in Minneapolis where George ward died while being arrested officials there say they have now for the moment anyway succeeded in stopping the violent protests police state troopers eleven thousand members of the National Guard descended on the streets in an effort to keep the peace well
"lake city" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX
"And we're back. Welcome everybody the mix fantasy podcast. We are going and starting the series backup here in Salt Lake City for seven rounds and so that means pulp. Amax fantasy is starting backup as well. Yeah it's GonNa be a lot of these podcasts. Going to be a lot of racist to a week and we're going to get this thing done and man sharpen your skills folks. Because we're we're back at it so thank you for pointing staticy. Thank you to Yamaha Motor Sport Thank you fly. Racing Inner West hundred percent pro taper for coming on this podcast. Thank you people again for playing and we're GONNA just pick back up where we're at we're going to do the Handicaps talk about who we like for this this first race after the long way up and I don't know if we'll recap Daytona who cares about that that was so long ago We'll also give away some random prizes to championship users. We also have a deal on from Max fantasy five bucks off you can get in now if you want to play those these seven rounds Kind of shotgun style and get in for five bucks cheaper and be eligible for a lot of the prizes. So that's a pretty good deal and also yeah absolutely we are going to give away those Yamaha still so a random wisey four fifty to a championship player user and four fifty four the supercross win and four fifty for the motorcross went and whenever that series gets back started up so we thank you for your patients. We're always going to do this right. And we're just waiting for the schedule and here. We are unless do this. I'm going to get the guys on the line here. Shortly and We will recap. We'll look forward to Salt Lake City and What's GONNA go on? It's an eastern region rates the first two or eastern I to.
Interview with Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox About The Coronavirus Situation
"All right let's go to the phone line lieutenant governor Spencer **** is on the phone Spencer **** how are you Sir I am well good morning morning lady hope you all are well so far we're fine yep doing well so let's talk coronavirus shall we let's suppose let's talk about the opening up of the the state it's a it's a calculated risk I suppose to go from orange to yellow and now I believe the only orange places laughter they Salt Lake City and magna and West Valley are they still in orange Spencer and a partition one county correct now so it's kind of a calculated risk going to the yellow phase how were how were you and the Utah department of health and the coronavirus task force monitoring all of we we have a we have a dashboard that updates every day were tied in with that with all the hospitals across the state and and we do we do watch it very closely see what to see which direction we're going Sir so there's two pieces for that one is of course directional are you moving up and up or down and into is the overall the the overall pressure that's being put on the on the system seven yeah what what is the best availability what it yeah I see you have a ability and to you you have to watch both of those you can't take either of them kind of in a in a vacuum the the good news is that our our resource availability is still extremely high as as high as any any weed out there we've got a very very good job of the not overwhelming our health care system we've been able to to bring in the supplies that we didn't have in March so that we are well well prepared if there is a spike of some sort or a surge in in case through them and hospitalization that and by the way that hospitalization is the more important piece in the case yeah right who's getting inspected and how it's impacting them it is a critical piece of this and so ads were re opening we were really also focusing and this was the update to the plan that came out last week he's a real emphasis on those that are at higher risk and how we protect them so we know that half or death in the state of calm in our long term care facilities into doing more to protect them of course anyone over the age of sixty five and then a real focus on our multicultural communities as well we we Filipino community they make up fifteen percent of the state but thirty percent of the hospitalizations that so we've got to focus more there are to protect people from up from this virus so we had a Memorial Day holiday and people feeling cooped up feeling anxious started socializing hands and socializing pretty close together in a lot of I'm sure you've seen the pictures of of people recreation at a pool I think it was in Utah county band and people at at parks and people were streaming to the canyons and hiking and and generally not observing social distancing very well can you comment comment on that and is there any way to control that sure sure I can comment and we you know that you guys said this before but the virus doesn't care how bored we are cooped up we are it is just looking for hosts to replicate and we're we're cautiously hopeful and V. experts we talked to there's so much we don't know about this virus we there there is some belief down some evidence of their innocence even Ali to what we do know that being outside is always better than being inside so if you're going to be close to people much better to be closer outside the main thing so so those are those are things we know but but we're still obviously very concerned if again especially about those in the high risk category and then people who might spread it to them a symptomatically and so we really we we just want to urge people to prevent backsliding we we really do need people to be careful to to maintain social difference wherever possible how to wear masks as matches as much as possible in public all of these things are going to allow us to have more normal in our lives than than last I mean it's the very thing said that though that we're doing that will will prevent us from having a normal fee that was that we wanted to just really strongly encourage people to to continue to be vigilant and make a note the social differences we're talking to the lieutenant governor of Utah Spencer **** so so what happens if in a week or two weeks from now went up people did get out and do a lot of socializing we start seeing some significant spikes how do you how difficult will that be to turn to turn things back down once it's at once people are out and socializing it seems like almost there be no stopping them can we do that well well certainly it's something that we're we're gonna have to watch very closely and that the whole purpose of what we built up to now is is this idea that we can be more surgical smoke we do see hot spots or outbreak we can actually go and attack those areas and and do it you know and and we can we can we have mobile testing now we we we have the ability to trace and and contact tracing with people who have been infected to work both forward and backward to figure out where they got it from and who who they have been in contact with and get those people quarantine and and certainly again the media messages are very helpful with it it's really interesting in retrospect if you go back and look at the data about social distancing and not social distancing he had less to do with government mandates and more to do with that kind of media coverage of the the virus and people making their own decision as to what we're really hopeful if that if that were protecting against those people who are the most vulnerable because we learn so much more about this disease now and who is who it impacts that the most and and that we're allowed to have but you again more normalcy while still protecting people and and and having the best of both worlds but that that that's a tricky line to navigate and and that everybody's doing the best they can right now Gina I have a question so I live in I live in an orange lemon salt lake city and I've heard from several people that their kids who were on soccer teams are baseball teams or things like that the reside in Salt Lake City those teams have started practicing in areas where where it's been relaxed a little bit they're going to bed on a full or going out to devote to Jordan's and practicing that like well they're they're looser out there so we can have a better practice out there if you can have them arrested is there a danger in people that live in an orange area going in behaving that way in a yellow area shouldn't shouldn't we if we live in Salt Lake City are are soccer players are in Salt Lake City you have to observe those rules there you can't go somewhere else and do that yeah there there's certainly a danger in that and again that the whole purpose of having a bit more localized system is two ways to be vigilant in areas where we do have outbreaks will reduce the higher rates of of incident and that is that there's two teams he said that one of course it is a physical piece for the other one is just that the kind of mental awareness piece that we we do need to be more vigilant we do need to be more careful and so that that is concerning we have left it up to the local health department a course they're the only ones that actually have the authority anyway Q. what to enforce those that those regulations and to to be in touch with people I'm still a lot of debate right now and a lot of fine being done on on children as doctors and and their ability to spread it to others and and so we're we're learning more about about that and if it is that you couldn't get your concern as was originally thought or not hopefully you know over the next few weeks will have even better information and we'll have better information about how it's spreading in Utah we do have the the surveillance what we'll call surveillance testing it it's basically randomized testing that's going on over ten thousand Utahns and we should start getting data back on that in the next week or two and so we're really anxious to see who had it already and where it's spreading right now and that will help us make even better decisions at the local level I things are really serious down on the and down on the Navajo in data nation and that doesn't count as part of our statistics it's a separate thing what is the is be part of the reservation is in Utah are we doing something to help the them yeah I checked we were doing more than than the other states and it's been a little bit of a source of contention but I mean in a positive way for us we we were we were the first to send out mobile units I'm down there to lead to increased testing capacity and and to help to help that did that the nation we've been working very closely with president knows who used to be that the vice the vice president of the Navajo Nation and my counterpart we have a long standing relationship we've also been sending our our National Guard resources we've got a we've been sending food and resources as well I'm a huge project here in the state that we're we're really proud of the farmers of Utah there's a there's a donation people can make and that they can donate money to the farmers to buy food from the farmers were struggling and deliver that food to the Navajo Nation just last week we took truckloads of of of land which is really important to that to the nation we're sending sheep down there as well and it's been a really really positive a relationship with the Navajo Nation Spencer **** always nice to hear from you keep us safe and healthy and the best to your family babby and your kids are doing well and we'll talk to you again soon thank you thanks guys keep up the good work
Strong quake hits Nevada but no immediate reports of injury
"A strong earthquake in Nevada US ninety five the main highway between Las Vegas and Reno was damaged and closed early Friday along with another state highway in the area the quake hit at four oh three AM centered about thirty five miles west of tonal Paul just east of the Sierra Nevada range about two hundred miles northwest of Las Vegas no immediate reports of injury but the quake was felt in Las Vegas and people from Salt Lake City Utah to California's Central Valley tweeted they
"lake city" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
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"lake city" Discussed on The Casagrandes Familia Sounds
"Nothing like sitting out on the stoop listening to the sounds of Great Lake City. Prima and coral sorry listeners me of esther I have to watch him, so he's coming along for the podcast Carl in. What is that I knew keyboard. Dj Mode with tons of noises like lasers and far. but this button is my favorite. TJ CARLEEN J Carl in La Catha Catha. Changing Carl is available for Birthdays Weddings Dhakal Tate. Hey guys. Working on the podcast you know it on your way to the hospital. You know it I'm prepping patient for a spleen removal. Morrow. What's Today's episode about J. Carl Kinloch I know it's about Great Lake City I'm taking the listeners to someone. My fever places around town. That's a great idea. Ronnie I pretty much thought of it. What are some of your favorite places? Who let me guess it's going to be a surprise. I know the Skate Park Mall. You love hotdogs. You're visiting Bruno's hotdog cart. Mom, she's good. Okay? Okay I have to get to work anyway. That spleen isn't going to remove itself. Fill gross wish. I was there luck with the podcast. We'll chat us. Ok listeners so maybe my mom was right. We are going to Bruce. hotdog cart a first have to stop by the coolest spot on the block. The. Oh. You said we were going somewhere. Cool on the and ignore ham listeners. This is my family's market on the ground floor of our apartment. Building me a low and older brother Bobby Rennet, we're are then. They asked me to watch joint about bobby getting his head stuck in a can of being. This is Mabel. She's one of the regulars here and she really loves mangoes. Ronnie you talking ghosts spill listeners. Okay then this I not want. You took my egg sandwich from purse. WON'T IT BACK NO QUESTIONS? Move I like you. You know I think they got this produce section all wrong. Be Sweet juicy mango should be up front fact. move the apples. Asthma. Let's check in with par. He's the macos delivery Guy Hey. Everyone! 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"lake city" Discussed on Lake City Podacast
"Hey everybody I'm deep Kurt with lakes reality and the broker record here in operating managers and I'm real sales representative year lacy really one of the things that we Wanted to do and we've wanted to do is when we created this business we want to think differently and thinking differently to me is having things like podcast having things like a TV show. and things like that but but now we put a little bit of work into some of the fun stuff that we want to do around podcasting and filming and thus we're on the Mike today Louis overcome subjects here where do you WanNa start on yeah I think one of the things just to introduce you guys to what we're going to be up to we want to be tapping on three three or so subject matters that are relevant whether getting questions from online or where we're getting question just from knowing what the marketplaces like right now and today we've got a few different choices head on so we want to kick off were were our goal is to this has been a big year for mobile offers there is very little on the market been saying this for basically all year especially the spraying Mario Super Hot but even now last week for offers and both were over Aston gets go above and beyond and quite a bit more than what they're expecting and these these are all if you WanNa get a house I remember doing like I sent an email last week to some of my clients and just kind of reflecting the seven-week stats and it was over forty eight sales twenty-five went in at least list brace for over which was just amazing number to be looking at basically what I feel is one of the marketplace in about stuff there's tons and tons and tons of buyers sitting on the sidelines now they're sitting in waiting they're waiting for that perfect ideal House that they see on HDTV to pop up and it comes out and it hits seventy check boxes over ten they're jumping on but if it doesn't if it's okay and doesn't have that extra bathroom did did it and sometimes you get those I don't know why it is but some clients are or the buyers are waiting a little bit too long making the it's it's interesting and where do you think do you think like we're almost had snow there this morning waited you're a little bit older paid for this house it might not be obeying because it's what the market predicts bite instill I was like a little bit more than what I liked you see you pay to this and at the end of the day like if you're going to be if you're paying for features that you're extremely happy to have in house go forward and tell you about stats bullet with icy this point from adores sense and the other thing that bothered me separated is just the reality of life appears we have about what is it twenty eight hundred sales a year we just don't have the volunteer Toronto's saying there's a certain awfully sellers it's other kinds plague earlier even though listening has been sitting on the market some people aren't willing to C._B._S. and until tomorrow guys.