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"oswald west" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show
"Hey, let's go watch the leaves change. The world is fire right now. I like the foliage. Seems like. Land Washington. You don't have to far. I mean if you can like do in Pennsylvania and stuff out so. I. Think that was a trip. Trip live dot. Com said that the Laurel Highlands is ranked one of the top places to look at fall foliage in the country. Now, you say you're foliage. My thing comes out. I think it's foliage. It's spelled age. Do It on your talking canary. I'm going to do it. Fully FAO one time when I was a kid, my family took me on one of the Gateway Clipper booklets on the fall foliage ride up to tanning. And it was like. A teenager and I was like what? What alloy I don't care about the leaves. And we're also the we may have the best fall foliage display in years this year. Bow. All each. Each. Fully what's not coming through foliage. For, don't and USA Today's ten best. It's not a survey I guess they just name them. Let me see here. We are number three. Laurel, highlands. For for fall scenery. Get. There you go. So you don't have to go far will take a little drive. drydock how get a get a good? Forest Bath. Good Nature Washing. I try to do that every day. But you have to keep your clothes on for those I didn't know that. I just like in the. Bath Yeah. Well. It has happened again, a man posing for a picture in the Oregon coast fell to his death on. Sunday forty-three-year-old Stephen Stella from seaside. Oregon. was with a friend of the devil's cauldron trail at Oswald West State Park when they stopped to take a picture gastel to tree that was over a cliff. The limb broke you fell one hundred feet into the ocean coastguard helicopter crew and local firefighters located him they took him to a hospital where he was pronounced dead. Are you over thinker? What are the things you are most likely to dwell on? A new British survey I I mean who isn't a Britta and if you are not good for you, tell me what to do. NEWBURY survey found sixty eight percent of respondents admit to being over thinker is worrying about everything from what to wear to why someone as it replied to their tax. The top ten things people are most likely to overthink number one how to get out of something you don't WanNa, do or don't want to go to. Oh I don't over think it. I am good at that one I'm over thinker but not when it comes to that Yeah I'm I'm okay with that one also. When it comes to that. What clothes to wear to a particular occasion. Yeah I don't. I just hate everything I have. I'm. Not. Where I fall into the You know what it is. Good. Looking people look good in stuff. You know what? I mean when you're the regular Joe, you're like dom and everything, and then you just like you know then throughout my hands like whatever you hate on your clothes like I do yeah yeah. Party with that attitude you lock in what do you want from me? I don't know what you guys want me to dress like this is what I came in. All right. I'm doing my best here I'm trying to assimilate. overthink if we're making the right financial choices. I let somebody else do that. And I thank you for that. It's really fun for. If now, this one I definitely overthink if you may have said something to offend someone. Even if I don't think it was offensive. I worry. Could have been taken the wrong way. Oh, boy I mean. When you get drunk the amount of apology. That you want to say, not you mean collective you royal the royal we brill you whatever yeah. Yeah. I I always get up and I'm like, Oh, boy something like, Hey, great timeless I. Yes. Sorry. Did I. Think I went off on a thing there I didn't I hope I wasn't. Two of nauseous I always feel like I need to apologize for the fun that we had. Yeah. I I really let it get out of control their. Why think that also might have something to do with just the drinking because you know I wake up with the sad 's the next day. Anyway. I feel bad I must've done something did I say something. I better start calling around who do I need to apologize to its right who's going to break the news to most gently The one I've done a couple of times. This was years ago when you know Gino was young and still have the energy to be crazy. Like we would walk the dogs and then if another dog started freaking out, I'd be like, Oh, it's okay. Our dogs crazy too and then I will be so worried like what if they don't think their dogs crazy what? Did probably boost. The. The Booze Blues Jr, the Bills Talking about I'm convinced that's alcohol withdrawal induced anxiety that everyone gets a Sunday. Scary is it's just like that. the booze weaning out of your system and you start going on God I get my crap together I gotta work all week and a and your body is just trying to you know get back to normal after you just abused for two straight nights. And then you better have a couple of drinks calm down at Sunday cts. Cold Turkey into the week. We over think how to ask someone for money. They owe us. Just let it go. Yeah I take the Bronx. Tale. Method on that one. Cost you twenty dollars to get rid of them. Never, have to talk to him again. dokes. The wording of a text from a friend. Not One we cents. One we received. By someone hasn't responded to your text message right away. We over. Think whatever. I demand answers. Why haven't you responded immediately what is going? Well, that's number ten while your friend never called you back. I invited. To meet me for cookout a couple of weeks ago and She didn't answer all day and I said disregard the last disinvited and she's and then she finally text back when I, when I texted that clearly joking and she's like I've been in the Er all day and I'm like Oh God I know the second I said that it was gonna come back with there was a really good reason. I am so sorry I'm the worst. Sorry Alec. Bank..
"oswald west" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"W W J. Good morning. Thank you for joining us. I'm Roberta. Just seen it on Tom Jordan. These are the top stories at 7 30. The eyes of the nation turn a case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio tonight. As for President, Trump and a former vice president Joe Biden will square off in a highly anticipated debate, CBS News correspondent Laura Podesta is there. Tonight's presidential debate will look nothing like the debates of the past with the Corona virus pandemic, forcing organizers to limit the audience to fewer than 100 people. And President Trump and Joe Biden won't shake hands. Both men will try to land that defining moment to sway voters, especially ones here in the swing state of Ohio, and you're going to hear the debate alive tonight on W. W. J. Starting at nine o'clock. More than two dozen new school outbreaks of the Corona virus have been reported in Michigan, the Health Department listing 27 new outbreaks. Including among students at university, Liggett in Grosse Pointe, Woods, Carlson High and Chapman Elementary in Rockwood and Xiu Mei Middle School in Gibraltar. Outbreaks also reported at Oakland University, Concordia University in Ann Arbor, also at Central Michigan, Michigan Tech and Northern Michigan universities and the throne of ours could have a big impact on your retirement plans. But that's not the only reason has CBS News correspondent Candy McCormick Report. 2020 Global retired. Index looked at five reasons why your retirement could be a jeopardy recession, interest rates, public dead climate change and income inequality. Add to that the pandemic and its economic consequences, the report says. The problems we're experiencing today will have long term implications for global retirement security, and the impacts could be felt for decades. Markets for that Corey coming up into 7 55 very sad story about a 43 year old man posing for a picture out west at an Oregon State Park. Police say the man died after he climbed a tree on the edge of a cliff in Oswald West, a park. He climbed the tree. The limb broke and the man fell about 100 ft into the Pacific Ocean. The victim, identified as Steven Gastelum, of Seaside Oregon. Are older people being excluded from Corona virus trials Here is correspondent Nancy Chan, a new study shows It's highly likely older people are being left out of the majority of covert 19 vaccine trials and other experimental treatments. That's despite the fact that people 65 years in older make up at least 30% of Corona buyers, cases and 80% of deaths. Researchers and Massachusetts say they're particularly concerned about the exclusion from clinical trials for treatment because dozing can be different for older people. This comes as Michigan reports more than 6700 deaths to date. But health experts say this is something that could really save lives. Paramedics wearing a jet suit a jet suit for paramedics has just been tested in the UK. They say they've done a test flight, and it was awesome. The suit has too many engines on each arm and one on the back, allowing the paramedic to control their movement by moving their hands. The test fly carried out by an outfit called Gravity Industries. The paramedic carries a medical kit with pain medication and a defibrillator. Among other things, the post Office in Detroit, the U. S post offices. Is putting out the help wanted sign. The jobs are specifically for the holiday season and pay anywhere from 16 55 an hour to $19.64 that jobs include a carrier, assistant mail processing clerk, handler, assistant and tractor trailer and motor vehicle operator..
Man falls to death while posing for photo on Oregon cliff
"Sad story about a 43 year old man posing for a picture out west at an Oregon State Park. Police say the man died after he climbed a tree on the edge of a cliff in Oswald West, a park. He climbed the tree. The limb broke and the man fell about 100 ft into the Pacific Ocean. The victim, identified as Steven Gastelum, of Seaside Oregon.
"oswald west" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"On our top story, The Oregon A. C L U, is calling for an outside investigation following reports that police violently shoved journalists and others to the ground during a demonstration Saturday night. Katie's Genevieve Rome has more underground didn't respond, but hasn't committed to that. Quite yet. In a tweet, she says that free speech and free press. Two of her core values. But instead of an independent investigator, she called on leaders of Oregon State police, Portland police and the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office to review any alleged incidents involving their officers. Lisa demonstrators threw rocks, bottles, cans and ball bearings at them. They arrested 30 people. The person posing for a picture was killed in a fall of Devil's Cauldron Trail and Oswald West State Park at the Oregon Coast. Yesterday, two people stop to take a picture of 43 year old Stephen Gastelum of Seaside climbed a tree on the cliffs edge to pose for the picture. When a limb broke. He fell 100 Ft into the ocean, a Coast Guard helicopter crew and Helen Bay Fire Department. Rescuers on jet skis located Gastelum. He was transported to tell among regional medical center where he was pronounced dead. Oregon had 242 new cases of covert 19 reported yet. Day and one new death. There have been 547 deaths and 32,820 cases of covert 19 in Oregon. Since the band Emmick began many school districts across the state one to get kindergarten through third graders back in the classroom by November, but that'll require cases of covert 19 to come down. On Friday, the state reported the most ever new cases for a single day since the pandemic began, state health officer Dr Dean Styling her says cases need to remain low to keep students in school. Students will return to school that they're likely to stay in school and not be an outbreak A week or two weeks later, that would force a returned to.
"oswald west" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"I had to lie on. I don't I go but I I do the senator you know he was a big deal. Pennsylvania back then so. I don't know if that was a mistake. On my part I think you know twenty twenty hindsight. I should have done it and taking my chances I did go os. What would have done. I know that's a very powerful man. And if he thought that he was in danger include a fucking driven off a cliff. I never I mean. I really didn't try to think through all those years thought like that when it comes to Arlen Specter I mean. Do you know how deep guy had to be in on that to come up with that. Wacky iron a magic theory so the fact that that actually gets debated and the fact that never gets brought up. There were more bullet fragments in Connelly's body than they were missing from that bullet and the fact that anyone who knows anything about guns right any anyone has ever shotgun. Seen what a boat went bullet shattered bone? And what it looks like would look at that fucking bullet and think that bullet went through to human beings right right and the fact that the reason why they had to make up this theory in the first place was because a guy was hit by a ricky. Shay on the underpass. Yeah no the whole story behind that. Well here's what I did. I tried not to glues myself any more than I had two in each compartmentalize area into so with the Kennedy assassination. I just did a superficial because like Manson. I was never interested in any thing. So-called conspiracies. Yeah I'd never cared about Kennedy orb John F. Kennedy assassination. Once I found out that West was connected to ruby and again that was a moment that I was like. Oh no I mean it was west in the CIA and then I'm like and Ruby. How can I not look at the Kennedy assassination so I kept? My focus narrowly just on Ruby. Oswald West Spector. I looked a little bit of the Magic Bulletin agree with you but I never did a deep dive and a lot of that stuff. Well they had come up with that theory because there was a guy who has hit under the underpass He was hit by a bullet hit the curb and the apiece of the curb. Hit him so he had been injured and they recovered. That bullet realize that had been shot that had hit that area and so then they had to attribute all of those wounds to one bullet right so they had different bullets. They had the bullet that was the head shot. They had the bullet that hit the curb. And then all the other injuries had to be attributed to one bullet. Yeah not only that. There's a different description of the frontal shot there's a shot when Kennedy Kennedy grabbing his neck. Right well in the hospital in. Dallas it's described as a frontal shot when they fly the corpse to Bethesda Maryland. They describe it as a trick whole. Yeah I've read. Some of that is so much for so much the missing brain. Yes and then on top of that. The bouillaud see writes a book. I know justified findings of the Warren Commission. There's a great book called Best evidenced by David Lifton and. That book got me down a dark road when I was in my twenties. That's what got me really freaked out about conspiracy theories in the first place because I I always thought that conspiracy theories were for dull minded. People that didn't spend much time thinking or reading You know they just like the the like to think that there was a bunch of people controlling everything. Yeah well then you find out about M. K. Ultra operation midnight climax. And all this different Shit. You abo-about this is real. This is definitely real. Like what makes sense like there's video footage of believe it's I think it's INC British soldiers with a dose them up with acid and sent them out into this field. Have you ever seen that? I've seen that you can find that Jamie there's Video footage of soldiers on acid in. This is archived footage of Black and white. They did experiments on these soldiers in the nineteen fifties. They'd been doing it for a while. Once Hoffman had figured out how to make LSD and they realize what it could do to people here it is watch following nineteen sixty four experiment testing the effects of LSD on British marines. He could see it. You don't have to turn around to. It's on the screen right here. So this is an what did say nineteen sixty two sixty four sixty four December of sixty four so these guys are All wandering around on acid and so they they dostam up and then they send these poor fuckers out in the field and they're just freaking out they don't know going on. Where did you find this? Oh this is online. Yeah Yeah you could you could. It's on it's on Youtube but look at these guys just laughing and these soldiers lying on the ground laughing hysterically Kevin. There is and it's all archived footage. Wow I don't want you to play now service or is it all silent? Don't remember any volume. They're climbing trees and show. Yeah so this is archived foot. Yeah right this is. They knew what they were doing to these people and then they filmed them and this is what they got from imperial wars even London original footage. Well if we're films like that from our government you're not going to sale them. Of course they were if they weren't a story they're locked up. I mean that was another big eye opener for what's kept from us at one point in two thousand eleven. I had a researcher at the Washington. Post a woman there who has been there for years. I could get myself in trouble for this to. I won't say her name but anyway she's very well known and she's their intelligence Researcher she works with all the reporters at the post on intelligence stories national security stories and she had a someone at the Cia in their information department who will confirm or deny stuff with her and she said I completely trust these people working with them for ten years all. Ask them about Jolly West and see what they have on them. And I said all right before you ask them. Don't tell them because she had the documents. I share them with her. Don't tell them what I have proving that he was part of them. Kale to just say you're working with an author on a book who wants to know whether there because I already done a request and I got an. We can neither confirm nor deny and she said they don't they'll tell me the truth like they're not GonNa give me a neither confirm or deny we'll we'll just say we have something and we can't tell you if we can we have nothing But we'll get the truth and see what they have so a week later. She lets me know and she said they said there's nothing. He never participated in the program. There's no record and I go well. I don't want to say her name. I go well. I don't think he should be using them anymore. Because they're not reliable. And you know that because you've seen the documents so she had to rethink that. I don't know you know what she did after well. That's that's the way they can embed themselves with reporters by letting off. I'm your friend. I'll tell you the truth right. Okay this is. It's a complicated world. We'RE GONNA keep people safe and sometimes you got a crack a few eggs to make an Omelet. Don't worry I'll let you know I'm your friend. Don't worry if there's some wacky nece I'll tell you that's hilarious. Yeah and then I said to her ask about a a reports and we've even discussed rewards and he's the guy that claim to it. He had infiltrated the Manson family You haven't gotten to that chapter. No no is that after eleven. How many chapters are ther thirteen including the epilogue? Yeah Yeah Health Book Yeah I mean there were a lot of spooky people in and around the Spahn ranch in and around the family and this one Guy Rave Whitson who was a spook and unfortunately it was dead. By the time I started. Refer people. Don't know spook is yeah. People don't know what that means. I didn't know what it meant before I started. I don't I mean maybe if I thought about it but I wasn't interested in strange terminology. I know it's like a ghost them. There's no trace no record and this guy that's how he lived and I had found out about him in my reporting I I got to his attorney and then to some of his close friends he lived in Los Angeles and then he disappeared for months. doing undercover work on. He said we never. He wouldn't even tell us who he worked for but his wife and daughter who were in Sweden's and other people who said it was the CIA. He told before he died in the couple years before his death three or four of his closest friends including attorney that he had worked on an operation and he wouldn't tell them who but he had infiltrated the Manson family prior to the murders and it was his dying regret was. He could have prevented them but didn't he also said that he was at the crime scene after the killers had left but before the police had arrived which was like four or five hour window And I was able to confirm not that he was there those five hours but that he was missing and the police set up a watch at his father's house who he was living with the try to figure out what was going on. He ended up helping Colonel Tate. Sharon Tate's father who left his job in military intelligence to help police in the investigation. Even just like a hippy. Right you dress up like a Hippie and soda read and re was a really hard core right wing guy. I mean he was racist and has daughter sent me pictures of him and she said once he dies in fact. This is how serious guy was. He read divorced his wife who was a Swedish Model I e sent her and his infant daughter back to Sweden from the United States in sixty one because he thought there was going to be nuclear war And then in the mid sixties he told his wife he had a divorce or and he couldn't have any relationship with his daughter because his daughter was his only vulnerability because of the work he did. That was behalf. They heard even if they live all the way in. Sweden so the daughter Liza who have never met but we started talking on the phone and she started sending me materials. Didn't meet him until a couple years before his death he reached out to her said. I couldn't have any relationship with you because of my work. I want to do that now. So he flew to Los Angeles introduced her at all of his friends and after he died she went to his apartment and went through his things and found a picture of him dressed. Up as a hippy. It's in the book and and I mean it's hard to tell but it's a parking lot and the cars are all like late sixties models so again. This is one of the parts of the book where I worked so hard to try to prove a definite link. I interviewed probably twelve or thirteen. Manson family members and I'd show them that picture and they'd say he looked like any number of guys that they came in and out of there. They come for a day to screw us. Women would say Charlie would bring guys in and we didn't know if they were the ones who are providing drugs or who they were but yeah maybe or maybe not you know and they were all high most of the time to think that. Charlie's ability to constantly get out of jail also must have added to his delusions of grandeur. Felt like he was above the law because he really Kinda was yet wouldn't go to the spahn ranch he would threaten the he'd say. I've got guys in the hills with guns pointed at you. Yeah and that's all on the book and I've got the docket In the notes he would give he would give everyone acid and then either take a very low dose himself or not ten. Yeah so do you think that this was something obviously. We're in speculation again but something that he learned how to do from Smith. That's the question. What what David Smith and Roger Smith were looking at was personality change lasting effects of LSD on the personality and especially David did something he call it. The psychedelic syndrome. He did this study. He was the one who ran the clinic. And basically gave Jolly Watson Office at the clinic to recruit people in the summer of sixty seven and then Roger he Gave Him Office Space There to Kentucky? He called the Amphetamine Research Project and sixty eight and sixty nine at the period that he was still you know he was. They call them the friendly fed in the hate because everybody knew he was a federal government person but he grew his hair longer and grow a moustache to try to blend in but everybody thought he was dark and I guess he was but David's line of work After his mice research which people can read about in the book and Mice and violence Was trying to figure out why some people were more susceptible to LSD And having a personality change they were doing. They would screen people that this was volunteer testing allegedly For personality traits..