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The Joanne Ratcliffe And Kirste Gordon Case
"Les- and kath ratcliffe and their two children thirteen year. Old david and eleven year old joanne would dedicated red legged supporters. They attended most games during football season. Including the nineteen seventy three round twenty clash against the roosters. That day leads parked that car knee. What was then the river. Torrens police station and to jolie's boat ramp and the group made their way across to delight oval shortly before the gang commenced at two ten pm. The ratcliff family took a seat in grow l. of the sir edwin smith grandstand their derain into friend and fellow. Red legs fan. Rada hakko radar locked. The ratcliffe was part of the usual crowd of red legs supporters. She had brought along her four year old granddaughter. Kirsty gordon for the first time. Despite this seven year. Age gap. Joe into an immediate sean to kirsty. It was their first time meeting but the girls quickly became friends. They spent the majority of their time playing together and with other children in the grandstand while the adults watched the game australian rules. Football games are divided into four thirty minute quarters quarter time refers to a six minute break that occurs at the end of the first and third quarters. There is also a twenty minute break halfway through the match. Less and kath ratcliffe didn't allow their children to wonder off during these breaks or the game's final quarter. This was said they would avoid getting caught up amongst the crowds rushing to use the toilets boy snacks or leave early early in the game. Kirsty needed to use the bathroom. And the ratcliffe. Let joe in escort her to the nearest toilet block. Roughly three hundred meters away lessened. Cath trust the dead ordering tighly. Joann was mature. You of her age always followed their instruction. And you what to do. In case of emergency the nearest toilets were located in thoroughfare. The joan crespo grandstand next to where the wrecked cliffs and rate hakuou was say did multiple busy walkways lead de including the one that circled the perimeter of the oval joanne. Kirsty returned from the toilets with the incident lyda. They went to fond straws for their drinks at approximately three forty five. Am enduring the third quarter of the match. Kirsty needed to use the bathroom again. Given there was still plenty of time until the break. The ratcliffe allowed joanne to a school. Kirsty wants more twenty minutes. Past and joanne and kirsty still hadn't returned to their sates. As three quarter tone drew closer less ratcliffe went in search of the pair. Hey expected to find them. Playing on route to the toilets but didn't spot aid the girl on the shore walk once. He raised the toilet block onto the john chriswell grandstand. He asked a woman to check the all toilets on his behalf. Not they joanne. Nor kirsty wherein sawed at four non pay 'em the three quarter break commenced. Hundreds of spectators flooded the concourses blading to the toilets and concession stands as well mary the iron gates at the southern entrance of the oval. Where i've been this allowed the general public to bypass the tunstall's and dented the grand free of charge to watch the end of the match won the game entered. It's fun. Oh quarter at four seventeen pm. Joe in kirsti was still nowhere to be sane although the roosters were well ahead before the break the red legs made a comeback. The nail budding spectacle during in more spectators and roiling up those already present the energy adelaide oval was intense dhabi month. The secretary of the south australian cricket association was overseeing the match in the oval secretary's office when a panicked cath rackliff arrive. Shane foam domon. That joe in and kirsty were missing and requested that an announcement be made over the public address system. Monroe refused sorting a rule. That prevented me gang. Nance bence in case at disrupted play. Hey told cath to inform a police officer though may be no attempt to allow. The office saw that happened to be sitting in his office at the time. Mundane instructed cath to return to her. Say competent that the girls would make their way back soon. Direct cliffs andromeda hukou spent the remainder of the game searching the joanne and kirsty at full forty. nine pm. the fun sarin rang signaling. The end of the gain there was still no sign of the goes as the crowd dispersed. The rack cliffs returned to the secretary's office and demanded an announcement be made
9 charged after McCloskey confrontation won't be prosecuted
"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting prosecutors in St Louis will not pursue the case against marchers were confronted by a gun toting couple in there Tony neighborhood it was June twenty eighth marchers were on their way to the home of St Louis mayor Lyda Krewson when they were confronted by gun wielding residents market Patricia McCloskey the demonstrators were taking part in the black lives matter March nine people were charged with misdemeanor trespassing but now authorities say they won't be prosecuted according to the St Louis post dispatch the McCloskey's were recorded on video and photographed armed with an A. R. fifteen rifles and semi automatic handgun were charged with unlawful use of a weapon a felony the couple became national figures for conservative Republicans and they gave an opening night speech at last month's Republican National Convention hi Mike Rossio
St. Louis Prosecutor Charges White Couple With Threatening Protesters With Guns
"Saint Louis couple trudged for pulling guns at racial injustice protest by Jim Solter of the Associated Press in Saint Louis. Saint Louis Top prosecutor told the Associated Press on Monday that she is charging a white husband and wife with felony unlawful use of a weapon for displaying guns during a racial injustice protest outside their mansion. Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner announced the charges against Mark and Patricia mccloskey, who are both personal injury attorneys in their sixties? They also face a misdemeanor charge of fourth degree assault. Gardner said in an interview with the P. ahead of more broadly announcing the charges that the mccloskey's actions risked creating a violent situation during an otherwise non violent protests. It is illegal to waive weapons in a threatening manner that is unlawful in the city of Saint. Louis Gardner, said the attorney for the mccloskey's Joel Schwartz in a statement called the decision to charge disheartening as I unequivocally believe no crime was committed. Gardner is recommending a diversion programs such as community service rather than jail time if the mccloskey's are convicted. Typically classy felonies could result and up to four years in prison. Supporters of the mcklusky said they were legally defending their one point. One five million dollar home photos emerged as memes on both sides of the gun debate. Several Republican leaders have condemned gardeners investigation including President Donald Trump, Missouri, governor, Mike Parson and Senator Josh Holly who has urged Attorney General William Bar to undertake a civil rights investigation of Gardner Parson, said in a radio interview Friday that he would likely pardon the couple if they were charged and convicted. Gardner said trump. Parson and others are attacking her to distract from their failed approach to the Covid, nineteen, pandemic and other issues. Saint Louis, like many cities across the country has seen demonstrations in the weeks since George Floyd's death, in Minneapolis, and the mccloskey's home was initially incidental to the demonstration on June twenty eighth several hundred people were marching to the home of Democratic Mayor Lyda Cruzan. A few blocks from the mccloskey's home Cruzan had angered activists spy reading on facebook. Live the names and addresses of some who had called for defunding police. The mccloskey's live on a private street called Portland Place, a police report said the couple heard a loud commotion and saw a Large Group of people break an iron gate marked with no trespassing and private street signs of protest leader. The Reverend Daryl Gray said the gate was open, and that protesters didn't damage it video posted. Online showed mark mcklusky, wielding a long barreled gun and Patricia. Clusky waving a small handgun. No shots were fired.
'RESIGN LYDA' painted on street outside St. Louis City Hall
"Midwestern city, said she's not distracted by protesters bore from use radios. Kenneth Burn, a city crew worked to remove the resign. Lighter, resigned message that was painted on the street in front of City Hall Mayor Lighter Crewson has faced protest and calls to step down for the last couple of weeks. She's been under fire since last month, when she read the names and partial addresses of at least 10 protesters who called for the city to defund the police department and a Facebook live stream protesters that were gathered in front of city Hall. Cleared out Friday morning on Lee to return later in the day for US
Second presidential debate moved from Michigan to Miami
"The risk of coronaviruses coronaviruses changing changing the the landscape landscape of of the the presidential presidential campaign campaign CBS CBS news news correspondent correspondent Cammy Cammy McCormick McCormick reports reports also also rally rally with with its its lower lower than than expected expected crowd crowd numbers now the university of Michigan has decided not to host a presidential debate this fall the commission on presidential debates announced this morning it will be moved to Miami October fifteenth mayor Lyda Krewson is talking about the sharp increase of covert nineteen cases in southwestern Missouri a lot of those folks will rely on our regional hospital system may become hospitalized here that's where they are to consulate health care facilities are like in their area but that is that remains to be a concern Krewson says people should not be out in public without a mask however she is not mandating them
"lyda" Discussed on Female Criminals
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"lyda" Discussed on WTVN
"Weekend St Louis mayor Lyda Krewson called the gatherings are responsible and dangerous St Louis county executive Sam page issued a travel advisory advisory urging people self quarantine for fourteen days until testing negative for coronavirus New York Stock Exchange trading floor re opens today with far fewer traders after two months of all electronic trading because a corona virus only one fourth the usual number of traders to be allowed to return to work few traders on the floor will have to wear masks and follow strict social distancing roles in person mass was held in Catholic churches throughout Ohio for the first time in two months on Sunday central Ohio diocese opening all of its parishes after the corona virus shut down churches can only be a fifty percent capacity during mass and parishioners must follow social distancing guidelines the federal government's investigating possible price fixing in the beef industry prices in supermarkets are the highest in decades of processing companies are paying B. producer staggeringly low prices for cattle the justice department's looking at the nation's four biggest meat Packers Tyson foods JB S. national beef and Cargill the US airforce ending height restrictions to make way for more women until now pilot applicants had to be between five foot four and six foot five the average woman about five foot three well the airforce approve most height waivers say say they didn't want to discourage nearly half of the female population from joining this news a service of legacy retirement group I'm Scott Jennings next reported eight for breaking news and weather alerts instilling follow us on Twitter at six ten WTVN news news.
"lyda" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Parts for testing kits meantime the city is teaming up of five hotels to add thousands of additional beds to house those who need to be quarantined for the virus mayor Lyda commended public servant saying that Chicago is stepping up but a coordinated response from the federal government is just not coming it doesn't help to just criticize trump because he's not going to deliver for us that's obvious I do I have serious questions about whether or not to even have a sufficient stockpiles to be able to push out to lake localities several first responders in Chicago now have the corona virus WGN's Courtney goos mon has more on the new cases in the police department to goggles were trying to order of police president Kevin Graham is talking about the fact that for CPD officers now have contracted cobit nineteen the department announced three new cases Sunday to patrol officers one who works on the south side and a detective Graham believes all four cases were contracted while on duty to Chicago firefighter paramedics and a cook county sheriff and corrections also has corona virus John love plant the former acting commissioner of the Chicago department of transportation died Saturday at Evanston hospital from him what his family says were corona virus related causes his daughter Leslie said is it appears he contracted the virus on a recent trip to Egypt he was eighty years old nonessential businesses in Ohio will close at midnight tonight the state imposing a stay at home order Ohio health department director dong doctor Amy acted urging essential employees who are torn between work and home responsibilities to talk with their bosses there will be people that their sensual highest need might be taking care of something at home and that will be the right choice to make we'll all be making these choices there are at least four hundred forty two cases and six deaths in Ohio in Illinois there are two hundred thirty six new confirmed cases three new deaths since yesterday and over ninety eight hundred have now been tested CBS is adding fifty thousand jobs a store stay open amid the corona virus outbreak those include full and part time jobs along with temporary positions employees working at CVS stores will also get a bonus and now WGN sports here's Kevin Patrick you can the Tokyo Olympics are probably going to happen but almost certainly in twenty twenty one rather than in four months veteran international if the committee member Dick pound tells USA today that parameters going forward haven't been determined by the games will definitely not start on July twenty fourth a Florida moves for the bears over the past few days are finalizing a deal with safety deandre Houston Carson he's spent the last four seasons with the bears mostly as a special teamer today they also inked a deal with veteran defense lineman Brett urban outside linebacker Barkevious Mingo and safety Jordan Lucas and cornerback Artie burns over the weekend the Redskins acquiring quarterback Kyle Allen with the trade it with the Panthers college hoops you I see expected higher Texas assistant Luke yet glitch as the team's new at men's head basketball coach checklist was up previously assisted a Michigan before that he was at Illinois state and with no live sports on going sports networks repairing past games NBC sports Chicago tonight will be broadcasting a bulls playoff game they've also been airing of twenty ten Blackhawks Stanley Cup games as well and since today is his birthday MLB network airing mark Burley's two thousand nine perfect game tonight among the Blackhawks fourth was the Wildcats and white Sox baseball Kevin Powell WGN sports your money on WGN the Dow closed down five hundred eighty two points nasdaq down eighteen the S. and P. five hundred down sixty seven we are awaiting that White House corona virus pre I think we will bring that to you live I'm Kim Gordon as Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN and we are awaiting that we're looking at the podium right now up on our screen we were told to take a one minute warning for the thanks to come out well we don't have here over the last week is that all the officials come out and they line up in a row and then they stand there until the present walks and he starts the the entire briefing but we are anticipating they were gonna have the medical officials have you been seeing doctor bricks and also Anthony Fauci as well as vice president Ben Carson made an appearance over the weekend at the it's one of those press conferences let's see who else is a part of it but again we're just staring at the White House press briefing room camera left there is a blue door that slides open and side shot and then you see that open up it's very very dramatic very different then then you've seen in the past from the from previous administrations actually presidents very rarely ever go into the White House press briefing press briefing room to take part in questions and answers is that you see in the movies but it doesn't never never really happens I think it's a break about to maybe do it twice during his two terms the president had only done a one time prior to the corona virus and this is now a daily occurrence in what is interesting is that this is a very small room this is basically like a it's like two average house maybe three hours has dining rooms in a shotgun format it's bids maybe twenty feet wide by fifty feet deep right now we're starting to see the the the folks come out interesting Lee you have doctor bricks is there you also has a what appears to be a military person I believe that's a naval officer of some type is actually a navel according to the insignias that as an that is actually an admiral who is stepping up there and he's part of the health services part of the military's response and we also the Attorney General William Barr who's standing there as well so those are the only three officials that are actually taking part in this now that is interesting the Attorney General being there is well I don't believe he's been at any of these briefings for the corona virus and we'll talk a little bit of and I obviously will he will talk a little bit about I guess how the justice department's handling this and it perhaps there have been a ton of scams I don't know this is what this is about but there are people trying to take advantage of this crisis whether it is phone scams mail scams all kinds of things internet scams and that door to door scans I know down and payless heights they were looking for guys were going by going to houses wearing masks and saying that they were doing corona virus testing and then it will pull the people out of the house to do the corona virus testing or somebody would go in and rob the house so we do know that those kinds of of such crimes are taking place so it is still unclear what the Attorney General is there for but perhaps that might be part of the message that he'll be giving so again they're all standing now the three of them women Bardock breaks and then I a naval admiral standing out while awaiting I'm assuming that the the present Este system out there I do not see the vice president interestingly enough that he generally comes out as well maybe he will be trailing the president here as they come out to the White House press briefing room we do anticipate that this is going to be a about a minimum of about a half hour of this press briefing in in in the six o'clock hour we are going to play for you the interview that we did with Dr William has a team who is a Harvard professor you might have read his op ed on the fox news channel's website and the the that got pushed out yesterday by fox news if you get those news feeds from your from your phones you might have seen as he was talking about the three different trajectories that this could take over the next number of months and it was very interesting we talked earlier this afternoon he does indicate that there is hope there is light at the end of this tunnel because of the number of drugs that are that are being invested there sixty nine different drugs on the market currently that now we need FDA approval for to be taken off label to be used with corona virus patients and they're trying to set up trials and tests to see what it is here's the present United States stepping up to the microphone thank you very much and I see we have.
"lyda" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"To the nation with a press conference about half past we'll get to that right now however we have breaking news the mayor of the city of Saint Louis Lyda Krewson is on the line good morning mayor Krewson thank you for joining us on KMOX good morning Charlie and Amy thank you for letting me come on for a minute today I I wanted to say a couple of things one you know that tomorrow night we have going into effect this restaurants and bars will only be able to do take out Kerry out pick up services and one of the the reason for that is to cut down on the community spread one of the things that we learned late late last night is that the city of St Louis has the second phase of a coded positive and that you know follows on the one that we announced a day or two before that and so what we're seeing here is you know the the increase in the number of cases yesterday at the end of the day it was fifteen in the state of Missouri and we we expect that we're going to continue to see more we know for example that this second case of code positive with someone that was out at the works in his workplace for several days while he had code nineteen and so that you know he's also expose other people of course it was unintentional but the message is two fold one folks are out in our community who do who are positive and don't know it and then secondly people who are have any symptoms at all of being sick we really need to stay home and so that so that we don't have even additional spread do we know the H. in the workplace and the I guess by saying he this is a male given age and where the workplaces a middle aged person work places in the city of Saint Louis and and I can't really tell you more than that because of hippa but the point here is just to say there are a couple of cases in St Louis county who also are people that were walking around for a couple of weeks before they realized it the point here is really just that the numbers of positive that we have don't probably tell the full story and we know that that's because of lack of tempting but it's also I think because of lack of awareness of the folks that you can expose people to this virus completely unintentionally so we're we're recommending a couple of things if you're sick stay home we've been saying that but it's it's a very serious recommendation if your outline and chinook at Schnucks or at your bird store your grocery store I am six feet apart at least this social distancing is a real thank you and it's hard to do it I find myself hard to do it frankly but I think it's very important that we do it the community you know we're trying to bring the community along with us on this because this decision on restaurants and bars the very tough decision we know what negative impact this has on bars restaurants in in employees but it was a very necessary decision and it's it's not impossible that you know they'll be other other decisions made down the road as a result of increasing cases and more widespread community exposure the smell is some the middle age can you be more specific than that no I'm just tell all the only thing I'm telling you there is that he's not an old person but so well that now that you and I know that's that's kind of general but not like a twenty year old college student but also not eighty correct well why does that middle age I don't actually know his exact date okay and now we know you know some of our listeners what what what our listeners have been a possibly also at that workplace sure of course okay so at what point I'm sure we know where that is for the purposes of public health well I think the hippa guidelines what's happened is that workplaces has notified all the people that you know possibly were working with this individual in their tracking those cases that is the reason to say to people and and it didn't just happen once it's happened in St Louis county as well but that is the reason to really try to get the attention of the public that this is a very serious situation stay home if you are an all SEC and of course wash your hands but practices social distancing at your workplace and that's a very hard to do the when you go to the grocery store no matter where you are practices social distancing we have a public meeting going on right now in city hall and we faced all the chairs out you know six feet apart in their broadcast again on a wall for people who want to know if you want to watch the meeting live broadcasting and online so it is just really important that people understand that this is a serious situation and but we got it okay I will either start doesn't get well I really appreciate the phone call today I I know you're probably limited what you can say but I I know that they're also listeners of ours were wondering if they were walking through this place coming in contact with this guy whether it's a a movie theater grocery store or if you work in insurance agency or whatever and well the people that that were at that workplace have been contacted so that's as much as I can say but the point really here is that this is just one example because there could be somebody at your work place to turn for your grocery store I mean that that's really the point here I think all of us are struggling to come to grips with the seriousness of this and what sort of behavioral changes we really need to make up to protect ourselves and other people this is mayor Lyda Krewson from the city of Saint Louis with us this morning to announce that a second person has tested positive for Colbert nineteen this is Margaret and senator blunt with the very latest on the stimulus proposals this afternoon also a reporter in Rome who says it's still not getting better in Italy it all started to after rush on cable access your floors are the hallmark of your home and it's what people noticed first and because of that the single best way to transform the look and feel of your home to update the look and feel of your home is new 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"lyda" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
"Dress like a do. I ain't never seen a man driving frito light truck. frito lay chips in your house. Don't you rot now now. I don't eat chips okay. Okay go blind. You eat enough of them for me. Jason Homeless May Have Broken Muffler. Three to light truck stalled cookies. And I don't know if ever had homeless person breaking that you hit a break into buffer and I'm assuming they mean man Broken them I don't know what this person went but broken him. Afraid of light truck install raising cookies and so my lunch but dropped a shirt trot one of his shirts inside the truck. I went the rest of the day without drinking. ETIMA WATER JUG goes. I just didn't know. Did he stop. Maybe Take Kosei up and leave their did he know an insight into you brother limitations awesome changed me. I like a truck I walk in the trump. Hey Candy early. Kansas was she said so. Don't worry about it the this will probably never be useless of our team minutes. What's your name again candice? What's real name candace? Candy see the queen of the Ethiopians. Are you go be under Mexican. Of course she's Ethiopian. Look at her. What are you has yet to be? We don't talk about what she is doing. The twenty three yards. Don't pill twenty three show. You should sponsor is this once a week and find out. Let me I'm the IRS redneck you now. Now I got Steve. WHO's a hillbilly this diverse? Show you do that. I understand but I got allison. Who who's a Canadian? I got a player to me name later over here in Candy. We've got mark. Who's WHO's a soloist? Ginger I've got injured is for my purposes mark. What ginger ginger? No okay but chance. The Ginger Rapper. Sometimes he comes in here. We're really yeah. And he doesn't have a soul he's a little ethicon Marx's white as it gets I'm as white as it gets but Bucci shown who you know. Doc where's he had. He said he's GonNa come over this morning. I got her about police. Officer your stay and I felt like me could bond over that Bouches Bouches of whitest dude white black dude you know until he gets pulled over a whole other bill I love. I love boasts two but then we got Jason Metro Hernandez he's as Hispanic. That's got my coupon gay agent in Hollywood. I got my Jewish manager in La and Hollywood. You aren't diverse. I'm very diverse. I did twenty three and me. I'm really I don't know I know got native my great grandmother when you hear those things. I don't know what I really am. That what he swabbed at Cheek Bay. I'm I'm I'm just Appalachian. God bless good. We're podcasts. Offered downloaded listen to there. ENJOY GO TO NYLON APPAREL DOT COM and find me out on the road. I Love You God bless you talk to you next number..
"lyda" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
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"lyda" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
"Party foundation DOT COM. That's the thing is a common comedies. And I love comedy you know that He used half my jokes So he stole my joke about the chicken sandwich thing. Yeah and it goes over great. But here's the thing is that's a true story but I but I switched it. He told him in a cheese. I tell it to lose her special friends Gresh Gresh it was written by loser. Changed Loser delivered by loser. The rid rid. The origins of that was my sister's roommate. My sister moved out of Our little trailer when she graduated Housego light we all had to and moved into a house with a friend. Our friend was making ham sandwiches for chicken pot in. I mean Israel live in a time. Tough Spartanburg South Carolina so. She's Megan can ham sandwiches and got busted chicken Boston and she got a fine for selling ham sandwich food permit and I thought that was hilarious. Since this comedy gold I changed it to my sister. got arrested supercell permitted cheese sandwiches at the. UJA used it to chicken salad. Yeah but what's amazing to me as I told you that at a poker table about four. AM in Las Vegas. When you've had about twenty three Jameson? Remember gold when remember they use it from coast to coast the world. Neither do a whole thing about being from the state of Georgia and grown up in Georgia. And what in that thing fits in their perfect Jordan's strip clubs. That's what he's tall sister Beta Strip and we got kicked out Strip club for Apparently it's socially unacceptable to throw changes strippers and I was walking out of the place and I look back and when I saw my sister. Picking out change I couldn't help but laugh but I felt bad for her being pregnant now helper. Daddy ain't no Danny. Ain't he no pervert or nothing. It's just in the state of Georgia You can't get your driver's license to ease sixteen. So he was there to drive her home. And so you know I used to go to a strip club and George about before I found Jesus and we change at strippers and it was awful. You shouldn't do that now. I do the bit which it depends on how I get into. Some people get offended by some people. Love it but I talk about. Don't ever go to a strip club in Alabama and it's the same talk about got you ever seen a stripper planner fasciitis SGI. Addison got bruises on where people been hitting mcquarters all night long but I was getting my boot Shannon airport one time and this guy got to tell him restore about a strip club and he he said man girl turnaround shout icy hot patch on back. So that's where I pick up stuff. People just say stuff conversation it hits me and We did a show a couple of weeks ago. In Calgary of Encana and you know they're they don't have dollar bills they got loonies and then there they used to. I have two dollar bills. And they'd now a coin -tunities so they got looney tunes you got coins. And so Alison Stonecipher my system. Best friends she she Went up there with. She's from Calgary and I said the people really go to strip clubs up here and they throw looney tunes that people she said. Yeah they throw coins. I said how girls gather all those things up. I mean what if you start mountain these coins off for people so we had a blast in the club that night. Not The strip club comedy club talking about these Looney looney tunes and how they do this just the technical aspects aspects of bouncing off of people like I expect somebody somebody. What are you animal? Five in Canadian money with the Queen on it and they turn around with sonic change makers and Church touched looney tunes from stripper in Canada. You know I don't I don't know but AH Christian in Canada healthcare's great man. I said like I could live of a period just minor differences between here in America thing you know little things free speech and gun rights and healthcare but other than that you know I. I've got a business idea where I was gonNA open up a Strip club in Idaho cultivators titties and it was just going.
"lyda" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
"I want him Korean War Hanson Luby's anybody ever says man. I met him he he. He's stolen valor. Boy You got you. Do you got somebody else or something. I I do not in the military but you guys are mad at him they did they did stuff rallies. The central. WHO's got time for like you know? I gotTa Sleep at least ten twelve hours a day and you know eight four Tom five times a day and everything. How in the world has time to work out like he does go up writer save the world? Radha book started coffee. Company company. Started t-shirt people look at Madison. I'm on namedrop. We were down at Grainger Smith ranch and we were working on that new music video. That Gran- Eh. It's so we were just hanging out talking to bridge. That cost me six thousand three hundred dollars dropping open bucket. Well gassing helicopter blew it out my nose my nose but it costs me and I like to bring it up because party fell. Steve broke the jeep. And and that's what. It costs Lebron together traveling abroad. We're different one time. He tore up of transmission portions That would hearken do that he can do you last night. So we We were down there in this massive. Let's take the picture together. I said five minutes. I'll get over to you walk. He put his arm around me and I just kept more by Matthias France no man. That's like Tim dates me though he got he's good looking. Don't make any sense to me. People I get I just I don't I don't like them made us. Oh Yeah but you know that dude that has dogs stepped on the remote control and you got the history channel channel. He took that thing all the way up and appealed to the FCC really got to pay the seventy dollars and swallow debt. You know I told my mom said Mama. You have a lot going on in your life because if if I have an extra twelve dollars on my comcast bill it ain't worth may call. I ain't nobody twelve ex. The time talking to somebody in the Philippines ninety nine I went to the comcast building up the Philadelphia liquid customer service. There we're earn world bill. I tell you I had this thing. They couldn't get my stuff straighten out the bill and kept going all wrong. So I kept calling in this Llama Andrew and I was getting get anywhere with him called back. Hello My name's Matthew. I couldn't get anywhere with him. My name is James and I was so tired of talking to Jesus Disciples back. Yeah Hey what's your name is. You'll pay Joe Bill uh-huh oh so anyway as a mediocre comedian like yourself you got a new tour coming up do have a new to working. I feel like this is my podcast right now. You can interview me. When does that start? Glad you Asmat Lighter September twenty only four des Moines Iowa going to a city near Savannah. Georgia we're working on it. Telling the devil is thank goodness. Don't come will truly has already beat the devil down there you good money. I need to come to Georgia Johnny. Johnny I this. I never my life. I've tried to do something that is potentially so much fun to have so many people fight against it. First of all we were GONNA call it Maga- country you're gonNA change the conversation. I I had to get second person. Authentication that facebook had to mail meal fricken letter and then we changed it to Hollywood got involved got involved and they won't. They wanted the most benign thing. Yeah so they changed it to freedom to laugh and our buddies. Mike Loftus in Brian. Hainer Reno Collier Myself For doing this tour and so we said let's just come up with an outlandish name so we started calling ourselves the Eagles of Liberty Jesse waters goes man. That sounds like a burger gang. Yeah he was like being in a subdivision where a lot of fifteen year old also on hand Bush with an apple store you got gold wings. The big drought trikes uh-huh Tricycle Bacher. APPLEBEE's don't mean my hardness. Listen Y forty it does that anyway. So we're doing his thing and and just the other day my manager Arthur out in La. He calls me up he so mad. He's like I told you. Call it this tour. And and get this tagline and I'm a Arthur you've gotTA chill out man. No this has got to be the deal and Oh oh man. We're just trying to go out and have some fun there. This money gets involved. People get crazy money. Yeah money does. That's why I stay away from her so I still do. The one man show star spangled banter. I will continue doing that to the end of this year and then I'll be doing one man shows on out. How many new cities are you going to be going to for that one because you keep doing the same set? I'm just concerned that if you start going to the same cities people we've done gone. International New Mexico is not take you on San Antonio. Are we going. We're going back. I think I gotta diversify bring the comics show. Allie Amanda. You're saying you think you can do twenty five minutes a political comedy. I said well. Let's talk about waterpark. Fifteen minutes thing is is now now we we go do this thing. We go into a real call your blue collar comedy tour second generation. He used to open for Larry. The Cable Guy. Michael Loftus who. He's consistently Royal Fox News Great Comedian. He he was A. He's not only a great comedian but he was a television writer for Charlie Sheen shows and shows and stuff and then Brian Hainer who is his son. Sinister Gates is lead guitarist for avenged sevenfold. He's ranked by guitar. Magazine is the eighty sixth greatest rapist guitar player of all time. His son is in so Hainer is an incredible master guitar as well and He was a guitar. Guy That toured with Jeff Dunham on him he would he would play the guitar. While the puppets would sing. Johnny Google all those guys. I Watch Watch Brian. Painters music videos nonstop hilarious. The thing he's got a song call never use the n word. Unless you're black fantastic. You had a gallon here. Who's what his name was? He was aware you're talking Comedy the other day weird looking dude on here wasn't they kill stain. Jamie kill state okay. Yeah it was so he must he must not be from the nineties. Pretty big deal. I really it was like he was a protege of Robin Williams and George Carlin's daughter gave him might want his first Ameri comedies comedies. Changing man comedies almost obsolete. Yeah Dave Chapelle thing which I think is a phenomenal. I mean say I laughed. I laughed at the stuff when people make fun of trump. Laugh edit. It's comedy it's it's not meant to be hurtful hateful or anything like that in my opinion to be poking take yourself kind of Away from reality for a little while and just laugh and laugh at what's going on in the world and Dave spell makes fun of everybody which is is also enemies of a master at what he does and But now like you think about it. The kings of comedy couldn't get couldn't do it now. There's guys getting Bernie Mac wouldn't be Bernie Mac today I don't know how Eddy Murphy is going to do Ah You know the kill stain. The said unless Eddie Murphy walks out holding his boyfriends hand. He's no way he he. Yeah that'd be woke woke. Oh absolutely and even you know the the blue-collar their stuff was a little. Yeah a little different. You know you go back and listen into Dan. Whitney Larry the cable guy you listen to his stuff you know. People always thought of. That is being cleaned. Comedy really listened to what he's talking about talking about like we got in trouble for fat shaming by the way. I don't remember what we were talking about. On that which topics we were talking about. The sports illustrated cover model. Yes so you'd you'd remember that now so you couldn't even see. I don't know why she put on swimsuit because you couldn't see her bikini bottoms while covered up by her. Why can't answer to and so I Should talk about what we were talking about. Her doctor don't think that's beautiful because she's got type two and so that's you know what we're talking about so we got in trouble. Shame if you go back and listen to the cable guy he talks about man You know my sister so big belly ring and he said but we call that a hitch. He's convenient because we've got something to hook onto to pull away from the buffet so gets in trouble. Get in trouble now. And that's the thing is but that's why preempt all that stuff I ain't apologizing. I'm also don't want to say or make everybody fat skinny gay straight black black white male female. I'M GONNA make fun of everybody. I don't care if you're ill. GT Q. R. Z.. I don't care. YEAH PARTY FOULS STEVE THE LETTERS PF AF. But I think.
"lyda" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
"DOT COM people. Listen man do you hear the story about the guy who had direct TV in a seventy seven. He got charged seventy dollars because the dog stepped on the remote control and got him a hustler. Channel grew yeah. That's a good. That's a good though everything on the no story miniature horse thing you know the concern I have is. How do you expect Graham Malan to get around? Got US Horse Gram Ronald a big sold a little bit ago. He jumped out of his truck. Roy I literally never seen somebody trump out of an ten. Does he know you don't like it. He ran scared heights. The good thing is if you fly ground. Obviously good thing it'd be flogged gaming. Just put him in. Eli Eli up by two seats. Oh Love Graham story is being on his first couple of episodes yeah and Komo went viral. Yeah yeah it. When beaten kids told him you got to whip him kids got a lot of flack for nobody? Saudi flat going. I wrote a song called. Beat that ASS. People love it every day early due to loss style a lifestyle also it was a lifestyle brand created and it was produced by Jeff Epstein. We got a hard hard hitting expose coming out on Jeff Epstein really art hitting. Yeah just things by Jeff Epstein. Nobody wants to know about. But we're talking about it. I'll tell you what I'm Clinton's ends my Clinton's a key taken is they skirted by came home from Benghazi. They skirted by expecting that. But you know we had on the show. He was promoted deal he had going on. I can't believe how many people come out and say man. This guy's a fake. He's a fraud none of that ever. It's more person in this world. I'll tell you I'll find a lot of men and I'm okay. Getting beat up two guys tig hand shoulder surgery and still got bulkier still grew muffles. I'm like he's like I can't use my right shoulder. He wanted shooting match that he just had that surgery. Tactical that game. I don't understand and ause. He got a hand. He's his finger host of this. This shoot lights out no. I wouldn't find either one of them and Evan Hafer Black rifle coffee. He's five foot nothing John and I wouldn't fight him with ten men. No I'll tell you what this is. A pretty million any. He's handsome look. I hate him texting the other day. And I said man. Congratulations on the success with the book. And everything you do. And that's bad ass. Because he came out he was number one on the audio. Which is because you've dumb ass can't read? All those people read books and they can listen and listen to it but his book was still on like number fourteen in the bestseller list. And it's gone John since then. I hate his guts. I do I love him but I hate his guts talented. Pretty I mean. We went down to and reasonably in good shape and it's got a pretty wife. I mean that's the only reason I follow him on. Line is just every now and get a glance at and she ain't what he's the thing is is he's he's a good guy too. Here's you know what I'm saying. Man Around let him stuff. He's a good guy and I'm happy for him to build to get his book. Thank you for my service. It is funny and as a great book. I talked Tehran. One two with all the stuff I did military in Kentucky changing the transmission jeep. Thank fill out almost when you're heavy will mechanic in an aviation unit like I was EC. Thanks thanks changing. My facebook Jay Shankar Housing Military Force social media. Thank God and you've been like Eddie Gallagher. Oh yeah yeah I mean it was social media back then would have been bad. We didn't didn't you know housing. A you know we do nothing. I tell people all the time I took six golf game house about Saddam. Thing people telling me thank you for your service. Plus tax dollars paid for my education. Didn't do anything the military..
"lyda" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
"Hey It's party. Ah Welcome to another episode of the Chad. Pray through show here in this mothership which is studio twenty two. With of course the puppet master driving this ship Mark Tate. What are you doing buddy? He's doing all right. I'm doing great. I don't try to change it up. Now it's fantastic. Oh don't change it up now you get two words that's all. What are they pretty good pretty good? That's exactly what we're going to make. Not Shirt from. Mark tape is pretty good and that's going to be pretty good t-shirt like I say it's pretty comfortable pretty great press so pretty good. KABC the queen of the Ethiopians. We got in trouble recently. We did. There was some controversy. There was some controversy. But I love doing those off the rails shows because as you are fantastic pulling the wildest and weirdest stories from around the globe and you know it's funny we make fun of everybody. We're an equal opportunity offender. We make fun of each other. That makes fun of myself. We have a good time with. But I'm telling you if you do something stupid. I don't care what's wrong with you. I don't care if you're crippled blind. DUMBER stupid licking windows. We're going to make fun of you. We don't care. Hey and we don't apologize either but what we trouble for was not my fault per se. It was party. Fouls Steve's sitting over here in the Peanut Gallery Party. You WanNA repent public. I would like like to apologize to everyone except for one. Part of net is horses. Don't belong playing people as anybody. Nobody stopped to think about how a horse feels about this. So what we're referring to. Of course it and again as as a funny thing candidates who comes up with the titles for the podcast she referred to or their description she referred to as a as a comfort pony. I thought Steve is taking the rap for this one. So you know I'm GONNA blame everywhere. It was this woman service. Animal a mini pony which are mini horse. Which of course is is approved as a service animal by the people who approve service animals? We make fun of that a little bit and this lady sent me. I got my dude. I got so many messages from people saying we were making fun of disabled people. We weren't that we were. We were making fun of these. Horses is if some people need these horses because they're bigger than dogs and then the next person will say well. They're the same size as a dog and can fit in the same place at Dog Cam. Dan which if you've got a horse underneath the seat in front of you as Seriously Guinness World Record horse right there a tiny ash horse and so it's just funny man. We're we're GonNa make fun of you so somebody told me to piss off because we're making fun of people. They didn't care about the blind kid potatoes for three years and lost his sight from Vitamin Deficiency Outrage Radio Man Kathleen Stop following you on Youtube. Oh well one hundred ninety thousand nine hundred ninety nine. We're going to have a good time party Tom. Steinhorn yeah okay. Hey listen we gotta pay the bill. So don't get off of here. You never notice that people. We'll get off whatever it's time to read an ad stop it. It was like changing thirty seconds. What is wrong with you people? We're here for you sweating it out studio twenty to give you the hard hitting fags act. You'RE NOT GONNA get it from Graham Allen you only going to get from Jeff breakthrough show by the way go to youtube subscribing. PODCASTS are offered. Hey about this time. Every year attention turns to that solemn anniversary which is nine in eleven is the moment when we reflect on those who gave their lives that day. And those who would pay the ultimate sacrifice in the years to come defending our liberties in places like Afghanistan to Iraq. Now some of the biggest eighteen years later we find ourselves seemingly in a state of permanent war. Were warned that the Islamic state is poised to make a comeback. We Watch as the crescent of Arabian Arabian influence extends long shadow in Afghanistan. Our leaders are negotiating the terms of peace with the Taliban. I won't say about a recent film that we talked about about here with a very special guest on this show in this film ties this all together. It's called Mossel and in the store it's the story of the last battle of the Iraq war documenting the two thousand sixteen two thousand seventeen fight against is in Iraq second largest city directed by former CIA officer and former guest of this show. Daniel Gabriel muscle is much more than a war story. You don't WanNa miss this thing. It is a journey that will take you up the Tigris river into the heart of darkness of Isis Caliphate revealing an apocalyptic battle against too who unyielding enemies violent Islamic extremism in the sectarian mistrust and hatred that remained long after the politicians declare victory. You can get an I get on Amazon and via video visit. WWW DOT MOSEL dash film dot Com Muslim Dot M. O. S. U. L. Dash Film Dot Com speaking of somebody who was recently at Ground Zero. Who is a human walking ground zero perils vice-president BS business development? I don't know what I'd do. What you they had the most laid back job perils matt lot very good friend? Good see buddy glad to have you here in studio twenty is good being taxed as well you now. There was a hurricane back. You wait and left a family behind. Yeah can your terrorist your domestic terrorists. You actually my driver's license now. Now I like. I need to be able to fly list on my driver's license as where you go everywhere I go I drive always. It's funny because you'll get in the car you can't lack escalade. Chevrolet big Chevrolet. I got one of those. You know that story right. They call me up. Paul calls me up and he says hey man I gotta deal for you and I said I don't need a deal and he goes no I gotta deal for you. He could smell new month a sucker Paul thick biggest male new money so he calls me. He says I got a corvette for you. Is it man. I don't WanNA call you. Won't this way. I don't WanNa Corvette Paul two days later about it on the back of a tour bus over the phone with Alan Ambrosone. The phone call two days later that corvettes sitting in my front yard. How how often you drove? I drove it all the time. It's parking Steve's house right now party tails neighbors there. They they walked by. They think it's mind states my truck so the other day. Steve Calls me up because because we did a little drinking. Taking over Steve's house the other day and so my wife and I love kind of AH stays Mama Pre Christians there. I'm in trying to trying to find that Greek Awkward Jessica Ladd. We come on So I left my truck over there. It's team is. We went through Labor Day and stuff and so when you get a personal driver. He needs to be Mercedes. Overheating keeping that like it's his house for percent last I fleet insurance the blaze. He's still exactly right what I never. They never fail. Except that one that I do about the Toys for we could talk about toys for tar so that was an awful joke back in trouble joke. It's pretty good though. I wrote some good ones. That was a bad one and that was a bad one and Shouldn't ever written it. That was awful but is very Christian But Dan it was pretty good. I would make fun of somebody truck. I left it over there. Steve Labor Day and he text me that ninety says hey manager can move that truck and I was like wine. He goes well. The Mailman won't deliver my mail. If it's in front of the mailbox I'm like what the hell are you wait now lives. I'll say what do you the letter I got junk mail to collect go through the northern tool and equipment else Taylor Goals Twenty Percent Weight Party Foundation Merch Sale. ACTUALLY NO THE PARTY FOUNDATION DOT COM GETS party filed merch. Wear one then we gotta get some more of those shirts right there. PF AF my mom's still can't figure out what AF offense all France party foul offense. My Momma called me the other day and my mom was blind so she don't hear too good and So we should call me up and we got her a firestone. All right my daddy ain't never been on the Internet so we give them a fire stick as we need to get to say hold up and whatnot and I said Mama what's Amazon email. She's I don't know what that is so I gave my account and told them I said movies. Anything let me know. I said I don't mind paying for but don't be ordered like a hundred movies. You know watching all the all the big hits. She calls me She Goes Matthew. She said there was a charge on our bill from July. Twenty Seventh Ebeth twelve ninety nine for direct. TV as Mama that was before we got that fire stick. I said everything. Okay she goes he she said I don't I don't know what's going on to call them. I said what they charge you for. She goes and she whispered it. It was a dirty movie. You Ain't gotTA whispered. We own the phone. I said what kind on a dirty movie you watch. We watch dirty movies and I'M GONNA truck full of people you know so I just start digging on and whatnot and my mom we got to cry about and She was she's so embarrassed that these people and she got mad daddy thinking he'd done ordering harding's and I'm sixty six years old go. Don't take a dirty movie and a few other substances before I can enjoy. He's gotTA GET ROMAN DOT COM.
Royal Caribbean toddler death: Grandfather charged over fatal cruise ship fall
"There is new heartbreak tonight for the Indiana family lost their little girl when she fell from the eleventh floor of that Royal Caribbean cruise ship docked in San Juan Puerto Rico when her grandfather lifted up to see out the window for grandfather tonight has now been charged with negligent homicide tonight the little girl's family is standing Lyda grandfather they blame Royal Caribbean and what they're demanding to see here's ABC's Victor Kendall three months after clue wiegand plunged one hundred fifteen feet to from a Royal Caribbean ship for Grandfather Sam Nilo now facing charges of negligent homicide in Puerto Rico the family is reeling tonight they've already been grieving so honestly that's a compound this on top of it really just kicking a man when he's down there lawyer telling us close parents are standing by her grandfather's account saying he brought the eighteen month old to the this area near the ship's Waterpark to look through the glass her mother at the time telling NBC he had no idea that window was open he was extremely hysterical. the thing that he has repeatedly told us is I believe that there was glass he will cry over and over until lose our baby this way is just unfathomable Royal Caribbean calling it a tragic incident saying assisted authorities but close family says the cruise line I didn't follow safety guidelines and wants to see the ship surveillance I think this is just GonNa show exactly what Sam is too long clue his grandfather was released on he's due back in court next month the family plans on suing Royal Caribbean
How New Techniques Can Help Us Deal With the Climate Crisis
"Guest today is Dr Chris Fisher who's professor of anthropology at Colorado State University. He's Nakhila Gist he's director of the center or archaeology on remote-sensing and he's founder and director of the Earth Archive Chris Welcome and thanks for joining us. Hey thank you so much for having me now. You've been working in the jungles of Central America archaeological surveys and you've been using a new technique technique called LYDA which I I associate with the self-driving cost but that's obviously something else that and you've you've actually from that moved all the way to a link with how we manage climate change. That's not very clear the way I've explained it but I'm sure you could select. I don't so summit I was trained as a traditional archaeologist using methodologies that have been around since since the nineteen fifties and in two thousand nine nine documented for the first time a very large and complex city lady that we didn't know was there in central Mexico and using traditional technologies it would have taken me couple decades maybe to fully survey map all the buildings in this place and understand it and so. I I got frustrated and I turned to this. This new technology called lied are which is basically a way we use airborne lider which is a little different than the terrestrial kinds of light are that are are on self driving cars or et. CETERA in using this kind of light. Are you have some sort of aerial platform could be fixed. Wing aircraft crafted a helicopter in the future. We'll be drains although that technology isn't white sophisticated enough right now for us ah from their crafty should down a grid of infrared beams laser pulses. It's like sonar for the ground when when one of those pulses reaches something on the an object on the ground could be a top of a treaty could be a bird could be a leaf to be the surface of the Brown it returns back to the sensor in the aircraft and it gives you a measure distance every second that instrument shootout like a million pulses so it's a very dense grid no matter how intense the vegetation some of those pulses will reach the ground surface and return to the aircraft craft so what you end up with is three dimensional cloud of points at an incredibly high resolution so we can by using computer algorithms filter away digitally scrub or practice what I and other people have been calling digital deforestation. We can remove that vegetation. NC The archaeology on the ground. I've used that it technology I leased in Mexico and it was absolutely groundbreaking when I saw my first products from that light are I honestly I teared up because I realized that you know in forty five minutes of flying we accomplish the lighter company had accomplished. Bush would've taken decades archaeologically and then we also use it in hunt girth to discover some new law cities that we didn't necessarily know were there and so was a groundbreaking technology in that sense for archaeology alone but what would I realize is that all of that vegetation that I spent decades or that you know the legislation that I spent days days days days. Scrubbing scrubbing away are the careers of hundreds of other scientists who are actually studying the trees tree size or composition tree age geologists hydrologist. It's instead the top typology of that place in many other things that we don't even know in returning ending ruin a how to use these records yet but I know that they're critically important in the net sense these lighter records are the ultimate conservation records it's because they record the ground surface in everything on it it incredibly high resolution and that led me to the ultimate resolution br realization that we can use these records to fight climate change to how would you do that well for most most areas of the world we don't have high resolution records of the Earth surface and everything on were basically kind of shooting in the dark. We have a better idea we have better maps of the moon then we do of our own planet surface so the measure change you need to measure against something. You need baseline data so you can understand how things are changing. We don't have that for most of the world so we can't begin to evaluate change. We can't begin to measure tinge figure out how things are changing the first rational the first step in fighting the climate prices is having those baseline data so we can begin to measure teams so how practical is that because the US is a big a big space as partly why we use satellites facilities because they can cover such a big area area but you're actually using aircraft does spacecraft so you will need an awful lot of it will be expensive and you know it will be time consuming but it has to be done and we. I mean from our perspective. We don't have a choice now. We can start with areas of the world that are most threatened so one of our media goals is to seeing the Amazon. We believe that we can see him the Amazon in five years within five years or fifteen million dollars which sounds like a lot of money but it's not that much money fifteen million. It's half the cost of Jeff bezos is new yacht. It is three thirty second super bowl commercials in the United States. It's a fraction of the cost of Google just spent sending all of those billionaires to whatever Mediterranean island it is that they sent them to so for you and I think that's an unfathomable amount of money but it is possible Ospel to get that sort of money and that's exactly what we're what we're trying to do
"lyda" Discussed on Fandom Zone Podcast
"And I don't think she will but I think I think the backfire on her but you think about it. She is one of the big faces of Zadran Administration so and I know a lot of people probably feel <hes> <hes> The people who are rebelling right in the masses kind of think of her as a bad person so we'll see how that that's a good point the other whether she's maybe she wouldn't be sympathetic. Yeah exactly I gene. We're sympathetic tour <hes> but like you would. They wouldn't be all that upset if she died yeah exactly yeah. I got all right anything else about this episode for vivant. I disliked it a lot <hes> I. I was very happy with it it <hes> once again. The show seems to be really <hes> bringing a great story line <hes> I I like that we're back at crypt on <hes> the whole brainiac being part of that and how go <hes> has has been interesting. I'm I'm happy yeah I am to elect direction the show and <hes> if they're willing to kind of shock us a little bit. I'm you know I'm all for it because it kind of makes the the show less predictable well and and mix it much more compelling. I think so we'll see where it goes. Yeah all right. <hes> favorite lines favorite lines of the episode did not right any lines this time I I've apologized will let you do your homework. I did not do in my homework this time all right all right. I'll give you an incomplete this time all right <hes> I do have some lines really quickly. <hes> seagull generals odd where early on he says Sehgal says looks looks like you're playing to rewire. My brain didn't turn out the way you expected say Seco- goes you know for someone with such a grain vision. You probably should have seen this coming. I like that I like that line and Exchange <hes> Adam strange and Lyda have a little discussion later where Adams trying to remind her of who he is and he goes <hes> you remember me Adam sex buddy and light it goes I do remember you're the one who wanted him to kill our son and let brainiac take kantor atoms kind of taken aback for a moment when he goes that that's taking a little bit out of context. I love that yes yeah. It's funny. A lot of people seem to do that with him. Yes <hes> generals auden say ago have another exchange later where generals Argos just let light of finish what needs to be done then we can discuss this as a family in psycho goes. We're not a family drew. We never were never going to be. I know I wasn't around for your childhood but that doesn't mean you get to turn me in Lyda into the people you wanted to be nice so I thought that was good very cool seen <hes> and then of course val L. Inject Sir <hes> which is kind of the where I think Jacksonville gets her idea to <hes> about exploiting light where val goes. What do you think and Baxter says? I think Zahed knows your weakness. Val says which is jeter says you won't let anyone you care about out die and fellow goes. If that's a weakness we all had it and then jets are kind of pauses for a moment and goes exactly and I think <hes> foreshadowing right. I think that kind of set her gave her that idea I do too and so and it's true <hes> except her point is no I'm not going to I'm willing to make the hard choices yep good all right. What did you think this episode rating wise? Which rating for this I'm going to get this? I like this one a lot. I'M GONNA give it nine out of ten laser beam. Is You stole mine install online. All right so I'm going to have to come up with <hes> I think I'm GonNa go right along with you on this one. I saw nine nine nine to light his throat. ooh I like it gruesome. That's great yeah so this is this. Is it probably the strong except says the season so far I agree all right. I do have some fan of zone news really quickly and wanted to talk about <hes> big news. That weren't a media announced their new streaming service H._B._O.. Max Axe and I know a lot of us had been known known that this series this service was coming. The question of course was well. Were they going to Fold D._C.. Universe they're streaming service into it has a right now on no yeah but that doesn't mean that could happen later on but for right now <hes> so we're media announced. It's <hes> the new stressors H._B._O.. Max will which will.
"lyda" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Way. There are a lot of stories Linda about people heading into retirement feeling jittery because it is such a big change in a person's life. Boy, that's for sure it really is a big change on so many fronts, and the first one is all of a sudden when you don't have to go to work anymore. You have to redefine yourself because most of us have defined ourselves throughout her career by what we do. Sure. And so all of a sudden when we're not doing that anymore. Who are we today? So I I've had the pleasure to work with a lot of people who've really managed that transition. Very well. But it's something you have to think about in advance. So that you know, what you're going to be doing in those future years that gives you reason to be and self pride. And so on the next thing that people have to get comfortable with the idea is no more pain. Cheques coming in 'cause you know for a number of years throughout your career paychecks going into your Bank account every month. And now, they're not. So how do we make that transition and replace those paychecks? You're not putting money into your retirement accounts anymore. More than likely you're now taking it out now for people who've been exceptionally good savers that is one of the hardest transitions to make right because they just can't stand. The idea take the money out there used to continually saving a significant amount until we have to talk through that and adjust the mindset little by little Linda, how often do you typically meet with your clients? It really depends on the client when people sign up to come on board with this. I always tell them they have to agree. We're gonna see each other at least once a year. And if if they can't agree to that. Then I really can't take him on as a client. Because I don't know if I don't get to talk to you or see you or whether or not we're still doing what you need for some people. I seem quarterly semi annually. We want to see everybody whenever there's a life change of some kind. So we don't have any limits. It you're not restricted to how many times you can meet with me. We're gonna to meet with you as much as it takes. And you're always there in case, they have questions in case, they feel they need to talk to you. That's right. That's right. And that's that's got to be such a comfort, Linda, you only have a few seconds here. What's the first thing? If somebody's out there listening going. Yep. That's what I wanna do. What's the first step? They should take. Okay. The first tip that they absolutely should take is give us a call. Okay. Call the office and see when we can find time to get you into the office to talk about whatever your questions and concerns are now Winston, y you know, we get call said from Fort Collins in and from up in the mountains from sir Lyda from I mean everywhere, and so sometimes people wanted to schedule a phone appointment, I so we can kind of talk about their situation. That's okay it because those are significant drive times. But then we need to figure out how do we get together? And and how do we go forward? But first thing is we want to have a a. Just an introductory meeting. Gets know each other's see what your questions are what your needs are see if there's any way it looks like we might be able to help.
"lyda" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Flooded road. Ten students were on board when a Rockwood school district bus collided with a vehicle in front of Eureka high school this afternoon. A district spokesman says no one was injured while ambulances responded. No students were transported to any hospitals. So far unclear what led to the accident? Kmox. News time five oh, five misery governor, Mike Parsons, says what the state economy needs is more workers, they know how to fix things and build things with their hands years ago. I used to turn wrenches. Just like you guys. You ladies are doing today. That's what I did for a living. This is Kevin Kaleen speaking at Rankin technical college in north Saint Louis. The governor says there are blue collar jobs for the getting good paying jobs that need more people to train for them. And we are behind on workforce developing. There's no other way to sugarcoat that we have not done a good job parson was joined by Saint Louis. Mayor Lyda crews says she would like to see more state money for jobs programs also money for transportation needs and public safety. The mayor of Kansas City slide James was there. He says he would like more state money for pre kindergar-. Garton programs to get children ready to learn a student at Ford zoo multi high school is under arrest for making a terrorist threat. Seventeen-year-old old Parker Zollner of Saint Peter's reportedly sent messages on social media threatening to carry out violence at the school. Police say he took the Snapchat and wrote about bringing a gun to school Thursday September sixth Zollner was arrested at his home and told officers that he was simply joking and didn't intend to scare or hurt. Anyone Springfield, Missouri? Police say a man who was shot in a road rage. Fistfight followed the other driver while talking to police on his cell phone. The Springfield news leader reports police Lieutenant Chad McIntyre advises against doing with the injured driver did he says instead pull over and get medical attention cable. News time five oh, six special Catholic mass being held tonight at the cathedral basilica of Saint Louis on Lindell, camel, X, religion, editor Fred bonhamer tells us why Bishop Robert Karlsson will lead a mass of reparation for the sins of clergy abuse in Catholic tradition. An act of reparation is a prayer or devotion with the Intel. And to ask God for pardon and forgiveness. Not only for one's own offenses, but for the sins of others as well. Following the release of that, devastating Pennsylvania. Grand jury clergy abuse report archbishop Carlson invited the priests of the archdiocese to join him in offering masses for all victims of sexual abuse. Several Catholic parishes here have already done that Friday's mass of reparation at the cathedral..
"lyda" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Armed cruising you saw in action with the recent video showing, people gathering at a Saint Louis gas station some firing rifles into the air we asked mayor Lyda cruising about this she says it's time for the state to. Allow cities to, be a little tougher with their gun laws I'm from a rural area I understand. Hunting but what I don't understand is people with. Automatic semiautomatic weapons weapons AK forty sevens AR fifteen with magazines that. Hold thirty sixty three hundred bullets sometimes I I. Don't understand that and I don't think there's any place for it in our city crews and says, she's made her argument already to Missouri governor Mike parson who's. Intent on listening during his first few weeks in office as for the immediate armed and cruising threat the mayor says she talked with the police chief in public safety director before the, video came out they are beefing up. Trolls at certain gas stations, the Coliseum at the Illinois state fairgrounds Get a big boost to. Its repair budget thanks to governor Bruce. Rounder and his wife Diana the Coliseum was built in nineteen o one but it closed two years ago. Due to structural issues caused. By deferred maintenance, rounder says it's important to get it back up and running, but who should name. It we're gonna let the students in the schools all around. The state of Illinois proposed names the name the Coliseum we've got a lot every student to put in your recommendation, for while we name our Coliseum and that naming process is going to go on over the next month rounders are donating one million dollars to the Illinois fairgrounds. Foundation coming up, at six thirty I'm Kevin Killeen the EPA urging residents in Saint Francis county Missouri. To let them clean up their yard k. Molex. News time six twenty four your news Molex your body your health now. The kingdom awakes health checkup with Fred bottom.
"lyda" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"The line against jameson taijoong here's what the lineup looks like four mike metheny this afternoon again no dexter fowler no update on dexter fowler as well so we'll keep you posted on that one as we move along but it'll be matt carpenter leading things off jose martinez at first tommy fam in center marcelo zuma and left tyler o'neil as i mentioned we'll take over in right field and bat v colt long returns to the lineup labatt six at second base gyro muneo stays in the lineup after a big day yesterday carson kelly behind the plate and miles michael's rounding things out as i mentioned it was brought out yesterday alex race will make his major league two thousand eighteen debut on wednesday against the milwaukee brewers earlier this morning on our flagship station came elax cardinal's president of baseball operations talked a little bit about alex radius the rotation and when we could potentially see carlos martinez get back with the team the difference can be the lyda obviously milwaukee i a robust offensive team and i think for him and he just has to stay within himself the one thing i liked about him when i saw him in a couple of rehab starts with just the pace he worked at his ability to throw his breaking pitches for strikes and and really whenever he did find himself in a hitters count he was able to give himself back into it so very impressive but obviously pitching at the major league level is always a little bit more challenged than rehab starts in the minors with race coming back with martinez perhaps on track to come back in the next week or so and with what flirty has done at this level in three starts it it puts you in an interesting situation in terms of the decision moving forward doesn't it is fine some some really some structure imbalance in our bullpen and you know no matter who we start we feel like we have confidence in starter but now we have to find a way to get ourselves to norris and and so you know ultimately that's really what we're going to try to focus on your yesterday it worked great the way hicks pitched it was just the perfect bridge to the night so no i do feel like we're starting to get a better picture of this but clearly as as guys are coming off.
"lyda" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"By szekely the strange thing can fans is i mean even now you know when i tell people about what i'm doing with this book it's tends to be two responses either no one's ever heard of them or if people have heard of canada really they really are into cam actually really met someone who knows about can doesn't like them which is very unusual in music i always return to that quite about remember who in the bound set at but not thing of the band being played by the music i mean this thing of slightly surrendering to well what many people call to motoric rhythm or some people call it kraut wrote but they sting of surrendering yourself to resolve slutty greater force i mean that is a quality that you can throw over so many moments in areas and music but for you would you see the influence like pinpointed meister keep me i mean you know it's a bit cross list the bunch of artists i mean i can do that as a kind of line you can draw i mean even people at the time of ken friends of as they were great friends with hook wind roxy music and i think sometimes you can i've been this roxy recently from that period you know i think they picked up them rhythmically some of pounding force of cans music even in the punk era muniz interesting about canada's you know when punk kicked out a lot of progressive music you know i hate pink floyd t shirt wound by john lyda and it was lighten himself who actually big ken as a big influence and he was sort of a very public image ltd is definitely you can show a line that i think that methods i mean especially the type that thing the whole go was doing no started to kind of filter into the early days of some playing i'm he did some amazing records in the late seventies right off to ken finished way splicing what you could call samples together on tape and kind of making these collages type pieces of music and you know you start to see that whether or not people were hearing what he was doing later on or not is impossible to say but certainly you can hear pre echoes of hippo type produces with doing.
"lyda" Discussed on KCRW
"And stole their collection of hacking tools for our essentially offering them up as like a wind of the month club good lyda am i wrong if i say that this is becoming increasingly worrying and that would be uh that would be a nice calming way i mean i think i think for a lot of security researchers you know the senses that the worst case scenario is here it points to a lot of different things that are troubling one as spy agencies are stockpiling the tools that can be used to break into systems and those tools can be stolen and put into the wa wild and we don't know what's happening on the networks that are currently locked down i mean the hackers could be using the ransom demands as a cover to be ceiling all kinds of other things and set up for the next attack so so yeah it's a it's it's where he is troublesome let me change gears on you hear real quick and ask you about this google fine from the european commission this morning two point seven billion dollars is we've all heard uh interesting isn't it that the european union's going going after american companies for monopolistic in an anticompetitive practices nonamerican regulator yeah it's definitely not the first time and had sort of a growing trend and and people watching the tech industry have been asking for a long time is this going to cross the pond is this kind of his deal for you know prosecuting these on anticompetitive her antitrust behaviors gonna come to the us and and i think that's you know that's the real question and that's probably the only pointed at which he would see real change from these companies but yeah european regulators i think have said very clearly some of it is that these are big american companies who are coming in and trampling all over small european companies unquestionably and they have said we don't think these companies have the right to behave however they want in service of making money that is not usually align that that us regulators take molly would choose our senior tech correspondent i should tell you we talk about all.