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Boulder supermarket shooter ID'd as 21-year-old man
"Authorities in Colorado have identified the suspect and victims of a mass killing at a supermarket boulder police say twenty one year old Ahmad all of Lee well Alyssa is charged with ten counts of first degree murder why did this happen we don't have the answer to that yet boulder county prosecutor Michael Daugherty says investigators have no motive for the shooting he says Alyssa was hospitalized before being moved to the county jail police say the victims ranged in age from twenty to sixty five they include a fifty one year old Eric Talley a boulder police officer killed during a shoot out in the store a law enforcement official tells the AP the gunman used an A. R. fifteen rifle Sager mag ani Washington
"michael daugherty" Discussed on Environment: NPR
"People he mentioned are a team of colleges from the Australian National University base about an hour's drive east in the nation's capital who were here to survey the ecological damage of a recent five. If on what birthday Brown and the other volunteers in this convoy already have a pretty good idea of what burnt. Day like thousands of other firefighters. This summer spent months chasing flames across eastern Australia's eucalypt covered hills. Doing what they could to protect the ranches and huts tucked between. It's a pretty much you getting. Into the fall. He Amraam on either side of the dirt road. Tall trees are chart a couple of meters up their trunks like someone reached down and grabbed him by their bushy tops and then dipped their bottoms and tar. Further 'em those scorch marks get higher and higher still until even some of the tops are black and bear. It's an a section like that. The convoy stops a caution against falling trees. The air outside smells like damp campfire. It's been raining as it has across much of eastern Australia for days. Some folks gather for a snack while others explore the area climbing over down logs and across dead leaves. Michael Daugherty stopped at the base of a char treat. His fingers are running through a cluster of yellow green leaves that are bursting out of its blackened trunk so this is A young brown barrel tree eucalypt lift and showing a flush of economic growth after the FELLAS. Dorothy is a plant ecology who focuses on forest ability to recover after bushfires. And he's got a lot of words like EPA Cormack. He could give you the Latin name for the Brown barrel just about every other plant in this forest. But it's what that EPA cormick growth that cluster of leaves he's touching signifies that's important. The fact is the trays aren't actually did get a very small proportion of the kill by the FIS. Ray Gripe is already starting to happen. All around this fire blasted landscape. Red and green leaves are sprouted out of trunks. Ferns charred patches of ground. Some trees even look like they're covered in leafy green hair was not spending so much growth. Marta Jabre is another ecologist. From an you things are going back to nor- My F- normally sees if normal exists. This is the question hanging over much of eastern Australia. This particular fire like Mosa. Summer was not unique in its intensity. Severe fires happen especially in Australia. What was unique. This summer was the range of the fires burning from the far north of the country. All the way to the South and the duration. Here's firefighter Danny King. Normally AFA has one or two days where you'll have a major run and then it's all about consignment of that and then you blacking out mopping up this week after week. Scientists have long warned that a warming climate will mean more fires more frequently. And it's this change in the fire regime that's concerning to a college est like Uber and Dorothy because you got this time for species to recover between FIS and some species require a little more time to recover than others. Yeah these others introduce you to their Koalas. We have ash and Talia and Malou Beckett the campus of Asu in Canberra Australia's capital biologists carry young. And Tob is helping run. What's essentially a Koala Orphanage Bell? Who's most vocal COA title? She owns up to a bit later. While young and tops colleagues supplier with a fresh set of leafy eucalyptus branches some of these were saved at the front of the fire like rescuers. We're literally going in taking them. Before the flames there others were brought in after the fires had passed some with Burns. And there's no food left like there's no leaves on those trees have been burnt really badly so the quotas. They're clearly starving new sprouting. The growth we saw earlier is not enough. Not In the short-term Koalas need forests to fully recover their one of one hundred and thirteen species at the Australian government has identified as now being in urgent need of help and young top. Says People need help too? It's really emotional for people. We also have a connection to our landscapes. And when you see what's happened here on the scale that it's happened that it's threatening human health. It's not just Koalas. It's it's everyone then. It's alarming the emotional scars of this. Summer's events are still raw in many parts of eastern Australia signs. Thinking firefighters are still up in shops. Newspapers run ADS from state governments directing people where to get assistance. A survey by the Australian Institute found more than half of all Australians have been directly impacted by this fires but few places saw the degree of impact as the tiny village of Mogo where leather craftsmen gas bar. Roman is fashioning new belt with donated tools out of the back of a donated van. Do quick work behind him or heaps of bent metal and corrugated tin all that remains of he and his wife Granados. Three-story Shop Granados pulls out her cell phone to show. A video of that day are just full volume on. It was raining fire at this point. I couldn't breathe anymore. They were here. She says until the end and even neighbors who store survived didn't escape unscathed. This is my first forty days of bang-up Debris Hyphen Theresa Matthews is the owner of a candy shop on the other side of the street. Her building looks fine from the outside. But it suffered extensive damage from smoking. Dash everything including all of the gift. Twit everything's all had to be thrown away with had to start all over again and this all happened during peak tourism season. When many of these shops make the money that will last him the rest of the year? The town on this day is bustling. The roads have reopened tourists from less affected parts of Australia. Mike Diane good are showing up in droves to help the MOGO because they lost a lot in the Shaw's so that's our purpose of today's come down and spend money. Thank you appreciate your back outside just off the street. Local Claire Polish directs. Her grandkids. Find some money for ice cream. It's been hard on them. The last couple of months. She says their family has had to split up. Since affiars was some needing to move temporarily to find housing. They are planning to rebuild them so a sheet already. She says trees and plants in her own yard are re growing. Thank you will do. Its thing about the people. Watch the Niger Nathan Rot. Npr News Canberra Australia..
"michael daugherty" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Of how baseball's being played these days. Hit king is out with a new book that will be released next week and had been talking about major league baseball the state of the game says quote the new ballparks are like band boxes on Pires. Don't call strikes anymore and the ball travels like titles. He's everything's been slanted towards the hitter changing fundamentally the game of baseball and says, there are quote a lot of bad teams in the major leagues right now. And a lot of bad players, the book is called play Hungary the making of a baseball player. They call it the, the final word on the glorious and controversies of his life, including they say some stories that he has never told before about becoming a major league player and how he says, or how they say he became a quote the greatest player who may never enter the hall of fame and the book comes out one or is it a fourth? It'll be out early next week. He's doing interviews. I guess in advance of that. And saying some not so. Flattering things about baseball and how it's being played to that. Okay. Coming up, our news at six thirty the cost of corona or Modell could be a lot more expensive this summer. Looks like twenty five percent tariffs could becoming on Mexican imports into the US. Details at six thirty on NewsRadio seven wwl w movie time with Kevin car. He's a fat guys movies dot com and Kevin take and look at the offerings the beginning this week, we have this documentary apparently on Godzilla king of the monsters. The thirty fifth guys movie that they made. That's what we compete says, I counted myself, but I'll trust. Trust will you pedia that number, but yeah, it's the direct sequel to the two thousand fourteen Godzilla that was directed by Gareth Edwards, and one of the big complaints about that movie. Was there wasn't enough Godzilla to it, and it kept cutting away from it almost as a joke deliberately, and that made it kind of a crappy Godzilla movie. But this one Michael Daugherty in, they got somebody who knew how to direct Godzilla movie knew what people want from God's Sola movie, and he comes in, and we've got got Bill king of all monsters in which Gadara, which is another monster. Three headed hydra type monster has has been awakened and be able to control all these other monsters from Rodin, and you've got mothra in there, there's, there's a bunch of different kaija characters, and the monarch, people who were the scientific organization that fights them are tries to study them. They're trying to stop all this from happening, but of. Of course, there, leveling cities all over the place. It's not a good time to be alive. No. You, you wanna generally avoid the gods of the stampede. But I'll tell you one. Played on story. And that's fine because I think I deliberately heavy story movies. It's much heavy on Jila action. You got many, many more Taizhou in there, you've got battled. You've got, you know, the monsters fighting each other in the air in the land in the sea, and that's the reason you go see a movie like this, and I'll tell you, it's got that in spades. And that's made me like the movie, I mean, it's kind of a mindless check your brain of the door film, but the monsters fight it. And that's, that's the reason you want to see this. Nothing wrong with check in your brain. All right. This movie Ma looks kind of interesting. Yeah. I'm curious about this one. I haven't had a chance to see it yet. But I'm looking forward to it starts Pavia Spencer, Academy, Award-winning, Octavia Spencer, as the woman sort of provides a safe space for teams to go and party and hang out. But then, like any horror film Guinea, bloom house movie. She the little more, you know. Of have at one in a captive audience on intended to. And so she's the bad guy. I'm looking forward to this one simply because I think our Spencer is a great actor and can do some great things, and I, I love to see her doing sort of a cheesy harm movie, one of the early reviews like on rocket man, not previewed. Right. I wasn't previewed for me. It was previewed in other locations. It's getting a really good buzz. A lot of people are comparing it to the hime, rhapsody from last year work is the, the story of Elton John's of a rise to fame, but sort of like how hime rhapsody played a little fast food for the facts, and it was more about the, the story of the music, rather than the actual timeline of events. Rocket man is, is meant to be sort of a show stopping number almost a fantasy element of Elton John's career. So this is this is the one that that's probably going to be the crowd, pleaser unless you wanna see Godzilla, but then again, you can have the sequel, Godzilla vs rocket man. And I think that can make. A lot of money. All right. We'll go with that Kevin carbon. Thank you very much. It is just about six twenty six twenty. We'll get to Jay Ratliff here in a couple and the traveled today. I think it's a pretty good day to travel says Jay just one or two slowdowns out there. We've got those also check.
"michael daugherty" Discussed on /Film Daily
"Is the nineteen sixty six animated TV special by Chuck Jones, not the one starring Jim Carey, which is a fine film. But I always tend to prefer the animated version just because it sticks much closer to the Dr Seuss book. And it's a lot more. It's less sort of winking and glib as live action movie. Starring Jim Carey are want to be. So I love this TV special the film, and I will watch it every year and several times over so it's it's a wonderful wonderful film that I recently learned is narrated, by Boris Karloff. So that's really cool fun fact, and I recommend watching. Every year. The Ben this is also the last film on your list. Yes. And I echo everything. A she just said, especially preferring the animated version read just rewatch Ron Howard's live action version, I guess it was probably last week like just a few days ago. And I read that Roger Ebert and his review of that movie said that Jim Carey works as hard as an actor has ever worked in a movie in in his performance of the grant. And I think that's accurate. I think Jim Carrey does a really good job portraying that character in that movie. But the the movie around him is not that great the production design is pretty amazing. And they actually have a lot of the set still constructed on the back lot. You can see it on the back lot tour at Universal Studios in Hollywood. So I was sure that this movie one like, you know, best production design at the Oscars, but actually crouching tiger. Hidden dragon beat it that year. So I was doing all sorts of research over the past couple of days about this movie. But yeah. Back to the animated won the the the songs in that somewhere. So great too. I remember somebody. I think it was a Twitter user act. This was probably years ago. It was like the song. You're a mean one. Mr. Grinch was like is full of devastating owns or something. There's some sort of clever tweet about that. And I just laugh every time I hear the insults. And the all the the comedic aspects of that particular song comparing the Grinch all these terrible things. And I think the the animated movie does a good job of. You know, having that that sort of anti commercialism streak without beating you over the head with it like the live action version does so yeah, just wanted to give a quick shout out to that film and Jacob what is your last and final pick. This could be a controversial one. I'm not sure because I know some people really hate this movie, and it's all so very recent doesn't shave income status yet. But this is cramps. Michael daugherty's two thousand fifteen horror comedy movie about a family under siege in their home by the evil version of Santa Claus. Who has come to teach them a lesson during Christmas season? It's very much anti jingle all the way. And that's what characters who are punished for being jerks during Christmas as opposed to being rewarded with parades. But it is a really funny dark nasty movie with some of the best practical Creech designs of the past decade or so to some Austin, this ends movie who are unbelievable in their design and construction there's also some unfortunate CGI characters don't work as well. But practical stuff is amazing and the kid actors really good in twenty Colette is when the mothers is like well actresses you just kind of grounds moving around or help you sell how absurd it is. And even Adam Scott and David Kempner actors. She known for comedic roles. Do a really good like deadpan?.
"michael daugherty" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"I don't even know what language is okay. Here's another story in the aftermath of the nineteen Twenty-three election in Austria. The cramp is tradition was prohibited. By the dull fuss regime under the fatherland's front and the Christian Social party that thought it was to evil right in the nineteen fifties. The government distributed pamphlets titled quote cramps is an evil man in quote towards the end of the century of popular. Resurgence of cramps celebrations. Occurred and has continued through today present day. The crap is tradition is being revived in Bavaria as well along with the local artistic tradition of hand carved wooden masks who wants to go to very this Christmas kids and celebrate with the half. Go to have demon while everybody runs around wearing fucking wooden masks. I hope one of those turns you into the mask like Jim Carrey style. That'd be cool. He appears in lots of very Asians. This cramp is across all those depressing countries. I named body usually share some common physical characteristics. He is hairy. He's usually Brown or black and has the cloven hooves and horns of a goat. And he has a long pointed tongue that Lawal's out and he has fangs he's demon ish. God fucking terrifying. He carries chains thought to symbolize the binding of the devil by the Christian church, and he thrashes the chains about for dramatic effect. I is this like the rule book for if you're gonna play the cramps like if you're the guy dress up his is. 'cause it's not real sometimes the chain have bills on them for funsies. Yeah. Ridiculous. So I told you they made a movie about this thing cramps two thousand fifteen not sixteen an American dark fantasy comedy horror film. How in the hell you're gonna combine four different fucking John risen to one movie, I guess three dark fantasy comedy and horror. It's based on on the eponymous character from Ostro Bavarian folklore written and directed by Michael Daugherty co written by Todd Casey Zach shields way to go guys film, actually stars Adam Scott, who's a reputable funny working actor. He's not a bum. This was in Twitter two thousand fifteen I'm pretty fucking sure. That parks and rec was still on the air. Then he was he's peaking this Adam Scott peaking. And he was like, yeah. I gotta do cramps. The sounds to fucking ridiculous to pass up. I know there's some of you are thinking right now, man, I would love it. If Ross did a movie review of cramps abso fucking Lutely, not no go watch the trailer. Go watch the fucking trailer. This isn't worth any of us talking about any more than we already have. But that was your stuff to Wikipedia when you're high Christmas dishing cramps next segment. Christmas traditions are weird. So last night. I'm sitting in my house writing the segments where we're gonna end up talking about today on our BP one twenty three and I was looking around. I was in by admiring, Mike, my Christmas tree that we have in our home. We got a real one like, oh, jeez. And we, you know, got ornaments all over it and lights all over it. And there's presence underneath it whole house is decked.
"michael daugherty" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast
"So this probably gonna be more than four four because you in this movie. It was also there was also a rumor going around that like when Godzilla does that throws his Ray up into the air that that's like a call to like like thunder cats like everybody, just like, wait perks up wakes up out of their slumber. And yeah and comes to join him, you know, till like fucking beat something up and all the scene. I love is the the I think it's Gita Rodin their claws chasing after the fucking jet fighter. It's about to grab it. I was like oh shit show. Be that show me these things still fucking planes around. That's awesome. Yeah. I mean, there's a lot of cool shit. I mean, so far everything that I've seen in this like I hate like Godzilla fourteen is a mess of a movie, but it's got brilliance in it. This looks way better than that. All right. Well, I don't want. I wouldn't go that far. I I still think there's stuff in God's Zillow. That's just brilliant. I think that they they basically made a huge mistake in not having that middle scene where there with the they just cut away and that ruined that that got several. So pissed they kill up Bryan Cranston too early those things and those things like put like a spear in the movies heart, and if they weren't done that that movie would have been a great week because there's some some great shit in that first movie. He's only God's those only in it for like ten minutes. Right. Yeah. But that's not. That's not a problem. Just don't make the two and a half hours long. Bright an hour and forty minutes with ten minutes is fine. So. Anyway, this movie here, it seems like everything that I've seen has been very interesting hasn't turned me off. It seems like it's going to be a lot more action. I'm hoping that like it's not a Billy make it really derail. It is. Just silly bullshit. And I don't even if the action is good. I don't think that could even derail it. I mean. It looks gorgeous the shots that caller the age that came out. Yeah. Was the fucking worst movie? I've ever seen the last ten minutes of kaija action on there was fucking saying. That's all you're gonna watch. And so I came out of that film going. Hey that was pretty the as yet. I gotta re I watched that late at night. And I think I fell asleep at the end, I gotta go back and watch the end of it because the was how I mean, there's a scene where the rock is literally riding a helicopter like a fucking surfboard off of rubble of a building. That's flying. It's so ridiculous. That's been passed. It is so bad and. There is like, you know, there's a cool seem the beginning in space, but like the rest of the movies complete garbage. And then this lurch last ten minutes is great. It's wrong with George. Michael daugherty? I think writing directing to do capable job following Gareth Gareth Edwards. Your evans. Garth edwards. Garth brooks. Edward Edwards because there's also a Gareth Evans who dizzy the raid movies that guy. Yeah. Well, let's give them compete confuse them. All I do it all the time to this movie. This movie looks sick. Now. Adele howard. Do you think the fact that it's coming out a month after Infinity war is gonna be a problem?.
"michael daugherty" Discussed on The Film Vault
"Turn it gets around his, oh, he's like the guy shrimp. The guy from a lot of love that from the meal tickets getting along feasts fees saying, hey, I'm about to give away some stuff. Probably spoiler alert. This. Right. Anyway, Kevin meets unfortunate end. But that's not even the that's halfway through this. The segment about things happen things. Rigors? Of course. Yes. This is also not sleep on Jamie, Jamie, king, Gloria. Maher played by Mickey Rourke, they didn't have makeup on them. Wrote make they did Joe's too. But after you make them look kind of comic book, especially today. I mean, maybe back then not so much leave Mickey Roker loan. I like that guy. He's got like fifteen dollars. He is haggard in this movie. I got a number three for me. This is a film came out in two thousand seven Brian. It is a it's a it's a cult a cult. Classic. I don't think I call it a call classics chances. Are you never even heard of it? But people have they love it. Yeah. Directed by Michael Dougherty. Dougherty. Dougherty. Michael dougherty. Dougherty. Dougherty. Michael Daugherty, moving I'm talking about it's trick or treat Bryant trick or treat. Treat took a treat two thousand seven trick. Or treat to Halloween version of toys R us the Stanley. I knew it took a treat. This is. Starring. Dylan Baker, it doesn't matter. Point. Sorry, I'm back on track. The segment that I'm talking about. Here is the school bus massacre. It could almost be too short stories in one with the with the school bus massacre. Here's a storyline trick or treat a little. I understand, you know, here we are late November. This is better talked about around Halloween is a Halloween themed horror film, Brian. That is a lot of fun. And for whatever reason it never really got it student, I like horror films a horror fans loved this movie. Really love this movie, my buddy, Trevor like, I think it's this favorite movie ever, the the one through line here is is Halloween as well as Sam who's a little trick or treat her who is seen in all of the stories and the little pumpkin headed a little kid who we get to see all about Sam in the end to which is fantastic..
"michael daugherty" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"In our state KOA. Newsradio Connor shreve is live with more on that picture in April. They make up about twenty eight percent of registered voters here in Colorado and right now Republicans and Democrats running within about three percent of each other right now in terms of early ballots returned none. Of course means the unaffiliated vote could swing things have been two or three polls over the last thirty to sixty. Days. And when you you look at the how the unaffiliated leaning, they were leaning democrat political analysts Floyd Lee who says those numbers are in line with what we saw in June's primary election. Reporting live, Connor schrief KOA NewsRadio on the National Front. One week ahead of the midterms. The airwaves are getting pretty nasty with those attack ads. Any Republican candidates running as close to the president as possible end adopting his signature combative style while on the democratic side the exact opposite many candidates calling for unity, but Democrats are also on the attack hitting their opponent's hard on top issues like the economy and healthcare ABC's Mary Bruce in DC, the president will be in Pittsburgh later today to honor the victims of Saturday's synagogue shooting. Anti-semitism is a plague to humanity, and it is responsible for many of the worst horrors in human history. We all have a duty to confront anti-semitism in all its forms and everywhere and anywhere, it appears that is press secretary, Sarah Sanders. Calling the attack an act of hatred inactive evil in an emotional statement. Sanders said the nation mourns the loss of Lebanon extraordinary people who were killed in. That shooting Boulder County is taking steps to combat hate crimes. Earlier this month district attorney Michael Daugherty launched a hate crime initiative as the state and country saw the number of reported incidents rise working with the Anti-Defamation League training, salon forcement and for prosecutors. We also established.
"michael daugherty" Discussed on KGO 810
"You today, we are talking about net neutrality, California has decided they were going to keep net neutrality despite the federal law changing it and now we're getting sued we're joined by Michael Daugherty, a net neutrality analysts director at the national cybersecurity society, and Michael it's not just the Justice department. That's now suing California, you have four industry groups representing internet providers like AT and T and Comcast they've filed a lawsuit in addition to the Justice department. So everybody seems to be furious. Well, it can doors box. Whether you're going to be some of these big dogs before when it was just the federal net neutrality or going. Oh, we like it. We like it. It's great. And I chuckle a fat. Because I of course, you like it because you've got so much cash and profit margin. You can afford the new regulation. So keep sounding nice. But you know, your motivations aren't so sweet. But you start chopping company that size, and then you have the president of a state sitting their own rules. And then it's got the internet, and there's fifty states to pull your hair out. Absolutely. What took him so long? I'm surprised that didn't have the lawsuits filed in three seconds. So what read as I it's it's insane. And but you I still don't understand California's practicality how this would be practice. I mean, the internet is the internet all over the country. How are you going to have different price models or different service services for our state alone? Well, I think there's a certain self-centeredness and arrogance and that what we do everyone. So silo, I also think not just California a lot of time in DC untended a lot of people that are in bureaucracies that catch only planet in the inner I. The money comes from other people and it's a political ploy, and they get a lot of support. And it's a it's a fundraiser. And you know, there's all sorts of reasons that if you're not involved in the process, you're standing for back, you you scratching your head. And sometimes our interests aren't really the interests of their elected to do what questions I just want to know who's the lobbying group who influence a state lawmakers the Sacramento to pass this Bill who who who's the constituents who who are. They are they predicting Lauren are they protecting me. Well, according to Senator Dianne. She says this ensures that users not internet service providers control online experiences. California's law is necessary as long as President Trump and House Republicans continue to block efforts to restore net neutrality for all Americans. So Michael in addition to Leo's comments is it possible that Senator Dianne Feinstein and the governor Jerry Brown do not understand how the internet works. Oh, they understand that. They don't care. I'm sorry to even more jaded. But look at once again, I always I read this thing once in villainy has many masks. None more dangerous. Mascot virtue. Don't they sound? Nice. Isn't Diane all concerned about everybody? And and no one looks behind the mask, and I can't she's the richest person that cares about the small person I've ever met her husband has all sorts of interesting business agreements because of that. And it just sounds great to drive away. What what what government wants control of everything, and she's she's trying to keep that vice closing. And you know, I it so they sound bites out and they sound wonderful. But it's about what happens because I'm not I didn't ask for protection. I don't think you've asked for protection Steve or Bernard. I haven't asked for protection for net net neutrality. Leo brings up a good point. I mean, if we're not asking. For it is this just political. Now, look at the government's that hate the internet. Look who's been rattling at controlling it for your China, you know, North Korea Iran Russia, so there there's a lot of government people think the government is a central place where all said land where fifty done is is what the irony is. Thank you Silicon Valley. Dave, oh, they're like the poster child for entrepreneurialism and communications freedom. So how ironic. I mean, there's there's just so many poor people in Silicon Valley. Struggling.
"michael daugherty" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Lawrence, Yvonne, and Leo terell. Joining you today, we are talking about net neutrality, California has decided they were going to keep net neutrality despite the federal law changing it and now we're getting sued we're joined by Michael Daugherty, a net neutrality analysts director at the national cybersecurity society, and Michael it's not just the Justice department. That's now suing California, you have four industry groups representing internet providers, AT and T and Comcast they've filed a lawsuit in addition to the Justice department. So everybody seems to be furious. Well, it's Pandora's box. Whether you're gonna be so many big dogs before when it was just the federal necessarily, they're going. Oh, we like it. We like it. It's great and I chuckle it fast. Because of course, you like it because you've got so much cash profit margin. You can afford the new regulation so keeps pounding nice. But you know, your motivations are. But you start topping being company that size, and then you have you want the president of a state hitting their own rules. And then it's got the internet, and there's fifty states Ditto your hair out. Absolutely. What took him so long? I'm surprised that you have the lawsuits filed in three seconds. So what read as I it's it's insane. And but I just still don't understand California's practicality how this would be practice. I mean, the the internet is the internet all over the country. How are you going to have different price models or different service services for our state alone? Well, I think there's a certain self-centeredness and arrogance and that what we do everyone. And so silo, I also think not just California. Thanks a lot of time in DC. I'm trying a lot of people that are in bureaucracies that just pets the only planet in the universe. Bet the money comes from other people and it's a political ploy, and they get a lot of support. And it's a it's a fundraiser. And you know, there's all sorts of reasons that if you're not that involved in the process, you're standing vacuum you scratching your head. And sometimes our interests aren't really the interest of their elected to do. One question. I just wanna know who's the lobbying group who influence state lawmakers in Sacramento to pass this Bill who who who's the constituents who who were they protecting predicting Lauren. Are they protecting me? Well, according to Senator Dianne Feinstein. She says this ensures that users not internet service providers control online experiences. California's law is necessary as long as President Trump and House Republicans continue to block efforts to restore net neutrality for all Americans. So Michael in addition to Leo's comments is it possible that Senator Dianne Feinstein and the governor Jerry Brown do not understand how the internet works. Oh, they understand. And they don't care. I'm sorry to even more jaded it, but look at once again, I read this thing villainy has many masks. None more dangerous. Mascot virtue. Don't they sound? Nice. Isn't Diane all concerned about everybody? And and no one looks behind the mask and. I can't she's the richest person that cares about the small person I've ever met her husband has all sorts of interesting business agreements because of that. And it just sounds great to drive away. What what the government wants control of everything, and she's she's trying to keep that vice closing. And you know, I it so they pretty sound bites out, and they sound wonderful. But it's about what happens because I I didn't ask for protection. I don't think you've asked for protection Steve or Bernard. I asked for a protective net net neutrality. Leo brings up a good point. I mean, if we're not asking for it is this just political. Look at the government's that hate the internet. Look who's been throttling at controlling it for your China, North Korea Iran Russia, so there's a lot of government people think the government is a central place where all said land, and where fifty John is is what the irony is. Thank you Silicon Valley. Dave, oh, they're like the poster child for entrepreneurial ISM and communications freedom. So how ironic I mean, there's just so many poor people in Silicon Valley. Bentley together. And on that note. Michael daugherty? Thank you so much for breaking down the net neutrality lawsuits that are now flying back and forth here in California,.
"michael daugherty" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"That cavenaugh does not have the temperament to supreme court judge show. Also chimed in saying this time, she believes the accuser the White House has given the FBI till Friday to provide the results of a week long inquiry. Into the allegations against Brett Kavanagh. But officials say the report could come sooner even today, and that report may not be made public unless of course, it's leaked Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell vows the full Senate will vote on Kavanagh's nomination this week. He's been there for forty two years. Nothing's happened. Almost everything pulling it has has been false. So Rick Scott and Bill Nelson tangled yesterday in their first debate in Broward County, each believed the other is to blame for the algae blooms affecting our local waterways a new poll indicates the race for governor is in a dead heat. The Mason Dixon survey of likely voters gives democrat Andrew gillum forty six percent. Just one point better than Republican Ron the Santa's an investigation is underway into suspicious packages. That may have contained the toxin rice in that were sent to the president. And the Pentagon secret service confirmed that an envelope addressed to President Trump was deemed suspicious to envelopes tested earlier on Tuesday, tested, positive for rice, and none of these suspicious envelopes reached. Their intended destination being flagged in screening, the envelopes at the Pentagon were address to Defense Secretary James Mattis and chief of naval operations, Admiral. John Richardson work Mayfield NBC News Radio deputy blame for not confronting nNcholas. Cruise scheduled to appear before panel investigating the parkland school shooting next week former Broward County deputy Scott Peterson is scheduled to testify week from today, but may not show because he's under criminal investigation for his actions or non actions, school, employees and Broward County are credited with preventing a life threatening situation. When a child brought a loaded gun to his elementary school police yesterday arrested at nine year old boy for bringing a loaded gun to Paul Turner elementary school where this is told police the boy aimed the gun at three students, including one who told the teacher who then told the vice principal the SRO sees the gun before anyone got hurt and the police say everyone acted quickly and did a great job Ricky buffet, NewsTalk eight fifty W F T L Marin county sheriff's office has identified the body of a woman. I found on bridge road Monday morning as twenty one year old Sierra Taylor of West Palm Beach. She's the mother of a three year old girl deputies called Taylor's death suspicious. And it's now under investigation as a homicide. Here's Lieutenant Michael Daugherty. She.
"michael daugherty" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Dysfunction and then and then there's godzilla in about a year coming out with me bobby brown directed by michael daugherty shauna wow i'm just working on promoting this film and getting this out in into into the public eye which is really exciting for me feel so good and peter win dropping dead at the end of a movie although you know he's taught other country can still party that's maybe not yeah i have a film coming out not sure when visit is with independent films this is a twenty four million dollar independent film called the last full measure with samuel jackson myself sebastian stan bill hurts amy madigan and it's a true story about a medal of honor winner only he it's given to him posthumously he and christopher plummer plays his father and we had just finished working together in boundaries i came up i said christopher we have to keep meeting this why because we're working dude thank you for joining us again today believes lovely i'm hari kondabolu i've been speaking with vera for megan and peter fonda but starring the new foam boundaries along with writer director shauna fester up next fatima farhi mirza discusses her debut novel place for us and later on in the show ben rhodes the former white house staffer during the obama administration discusses his new book the world as it is a memoir of the obama white house you're listening to mid dan wnyc don't go anywhere we'll be right back after the break.
"michael daugherty" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The afternoon and at night the high forty four on tuesday tuesday evenings low thirty nine temperatures will be rising after midnight increasingly windy and much milder wednesday there will be some rain later in the day the high sixty two and then for thursday brisk and much chillier despite plenty of sun high just forty six arm accuweather meteorologist curb against wbz newsradio story fallout from the state police overtime scandal disbanding troop assigned to patrol the mass pike putting gps locators in state police cruisers as well as body cameras for troopers and strong words from governor charlie baker who says any trooper found to have falsified ot records should lose their pensions zep to me i take it away period as far as i'm concerned that's stealing and no one who sits in one of these public positions should steal period that's like you know you learn that when you're in second grade an internal audit last month revealed nearly thirty current and former troopers may have been paid not for shifts not worked in two thousand sixteen the head of the state police union dana pullman has mixed reaction to the announced changes from a labor perspective i think that we kinda welcome some of these reforms have been put forward by the department but we have reservations or so the implementation and how it's going to be putting the off duty boston police officer michael daugherty faces sentencing on april seventeenth after being convicted of racially motivated assault of an uber driver dorothy has been suspended without pay an investigation into a fatal crash in cambridge eighteen months ago finds the bicycle rider from lexington who died was at fault the middlesex ta says no charges will be filed against the truck driver who remained at the scene in sports major league baseball action the red sox over the marlins seven to three don huff wbz newsradio ten thirty all right let's get ready it's showtime folks.
"michael daugherty" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Few outlying areas to thirty three in downtown boston on tuesday lots of clouds occasional rain is expected in the afternoon and at night high tuesday forty four the low early tuesday night thirty nine temperatures expected to rise later increasingly windy and much milder wednesday some rain is expected later in the day high sixty two then thursday it'll be sunny brisk and much chillier high forty four on accuweather meteorologist curbed inskeep wbz newsradio ten thirty our top local story fallout from the state police overtime scandal disbanding troop assigned to patrol the mass pike putting gps locators in state police cruisers as well as body cameras for troopers and strong words from governor charlie baker who says any trooper found to have falsified ot records should lose their pensions zep to me i take it away period as far as i'm concerned that's stealing and no one who sits in one of these public physicians should steal period that's like you know you learn that when you're in second grade and internal audit last month revealed nearly thirty current and former troopers may have been paid not for ships not worked in two thousand sixteen the head of the state police union dana pullman has mixed reaction to the announced changes from a labor perspective i think that we kind of welcome some of these reforms that have been put forward by the department but we have reservations or so the implementation and how it's going to be putting the plate offduty boston police officer michael daugherty faces sentencing on april seventeenth after being convicted of a racially motivated assault of an uber driver doherty has been suspended without pay an investigation into a fatal crash in cambridge eighteen months ago finds the bicycle rider from lexington who died was at fault the middlesex ta says no charges will be filed against the truck driver who remained at the scene in sports major league baseball action the red sox over the.
"michael daugherty" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Of the state police has been tarnished by an overtime scandal today along with colonel kerry gilpin the governor announced a series of reforms aimed at accountability they include dissolving troop on the mass pike turning on vehicle location systems in cruisers and the use of body camps as for those under investigation about half of the troopers were suspended without pay pending the results of the criminal and internal affairs investigations and many of the others retired under a cloud if either investigation determines are guilty of these accurate these allegations they should lose their pensions wbz tv political commentator john keller tells us what baker needs to accomplish after the scandal it's incumbent on charlie baker to make sure that this isn't just a press conference with a bunch of bright ideas that wind up getting put on permanent hold that's often what happens when you try to reform some of the quagmire of state government i guarantee you whoever the democratic nominee is this fall for governor they're gonna hold baker to account we're also hearing tonight from the president of the state police union he said they were dismayed by today's press conference an offduty boston police officer has been convicted on assault charges in a racially charged incident suffolk da dan conley's has a jury found michael daugherty guilty of striking an uber driver after taking arrived from charlestown to south boston prosecutors say dorothy told the driver they were in the wrong location when they arrived and used a racial slur in a fight that followed a high school student on the vineyard is under arrest the eighteen year old was taken into custody at martha's vineyard regional high school after being caught with pellet guns and marijuana infused candies on school grounds vineyard gazette reporting tonight police are now pursuing a charge of intent to distribute marijuana but are not adding a weapons charge stocks took a slide today abc's daria albinger with more on the rough day on wall street with the exception of a very brief trip into positive territory right after the opening bell stocks were in free fall for the entire session investors worried about a possible trade war and that the tech industry could be more heavily regulated cut their losses and by the time that the closing bell sounded the dow was down more than four hundred sixty points it had been off more than seven hundred fifty daria albinger abc news milestone for marijuana in massachusetts as retail shops get ready for summer sales that's coming up but right now wbz news time six oh three it's traffic and weather together mike king starts us off tonight with.
"michael daugherty" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The program this evening facebook ceo mark zuckerberg and the ceo's of other social media platforms have all been called to testify before the senate judiciary committee next month here's jim roope you may recall that last week when he was asked in a tv interview if he testified before congress about the cambridge analytical data breach zuckerberg said i'm happy to if it's the right thing to do what he meant by that he explained is that first testifying before congress is not a media opportunity and let's face it if he sits before a committee there will be media present and secondly he said so what we try to do is send the person at facebook who will have the most knowledge about what congress trying to learn so if that's me then i am happy to get whether he has the most knowledge at his company about data security or not he is the face of facebook so congress wants to talk with him he along with sundar pichai ceo of google and jack dorsey the ceo of twitter they've all been invited to sit before the senate judiciary committee hearing on data security an answer some questions zuckerberg will surely we asked more about the cambridge analytic scandal as well as past present and future policies in regard to data privacy and protecting user information he already said the company has taken steps such as developing tools so users can shut off apps which might be mining their information and he's increasing his security personnel we're going to have twenty thousand people working on security and content review in this company by the end of this year we have about fifteen thousand people working on security and content reviewed now so i think the combination of building the right tools to identify different patterns across all of our products and having people to review them at the scale and speed that we need is going to be a good formula zuckerberg has also been asked to testify before both the house and the senate commerce committees it's something he and the other big two are going to have to do if this day data privacy issue is ever going to be secured jim roope los angeles let's talk about the situation tonight with michael daugherty's and author ceo of lab md based in atlanta and the author of the.
"michael daugherty" Discussed on WDRC
"The author most recently of the devil inside the beltway and director of the national cybersecurity society so a new say the ftc contended facebook made users information public without warning them are asking for permission isn't even true didn't facebook and again go back to whatever it was that you signed off on when you agreed to become you know have a facebook account and go back to the consent decree did the consent decree have facebook saying we promise we won't sell any of this data because isn't that how they make an awful lot of the money they make and twitter is right and this is where this is where it's still say anything leaves press releases there they're they're just flexing for the crowd they're just posing for the camera this is what they do 'cause we as americans suffer from short attention span theater and we want to think that the government saving us go good and then we go back to sleep and especially when it's a company so yeah i and so i read the consent decree i don't know for sure but i'll tell you that it really doesn't matter because the game really is bull you and beat you up on such a legal treadmill that by the time you get to court your exhaust over this last weekend michael i read that twitter you know twitter has some advertising on it and i use twitter as well they also said the company makes four hundred million dollars which i guess in day and age of multibillion dollar companies four hundred million doesn't sound like that much but but it is it's a lot of money do you think to has twitter ever asked me specifically by the way we're about to share our information with michael daugherty's so he can have a good mailing list for his book is that okay with you the only time they ask me that was when i signed.
"michael daugherty" Discussed on WLOB
"The program evening facebook ceo mark zuckerberg and the ceo's of other social media platforms have all been called to testify before the senate judiciary committee next month here's jim roope you may recall that last week when he was asked in a tv interview if he'd testify before congress about the cambridge analytical data breach zuckerberg said i'm happy to if it's the right thing to do what he meant by that he explained is that first testifying before congress is not a media opportunity and let's face it if he sits before a committee there will be media present and secondly he said so what we try to do is send the person at facebook who will have the most knowledge about what congress is trying to learn so if that's me then i am happy to whether he has the most knowledge at his company about data security or not he is the face of facebook so congress wants to talk with him he along with sundar pichai the of google and jack dorsey the ceo of twitter they've all been invited to sit before the senate judiciary committee hearing on data security an answer some questions zuckerberg will surely we asked more about the cambridge analytica scandal as well as past present and future policies in regard to data privacy and protecting user information he already said the company has taken steps such as developing tools so users can shut off apps which might be mining their information and he's increasing his security personnel we're going to have twenty thousand people working on security and content review in this company by the end of this year we have about fifteen thousand people working on security and content reviewed now so i think the combination of building the right tools to identify different patterns across all of our products and having people to review them at the scale and speed that we need is going to be a good formula zuckerberg has also been asked to testify before both the house and the senate commerce committees it's something he and the other big two are going to have to do if this data privacy issue is ever going to be secured jim roope los angeles let's talk about the situation tonight with michael daugherty's author ceo of lab md base in atlanta and the author of the book devil inside the beltway mr donahue thank you for being with us tonight thanks for having me appreciate it.