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"quinton" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The ad council. Kcbs news time 1212, the San Francisco forty-niners are strongly denying a report that the team intimidated members of a civil grand jury in Santa Clara. Mike dewalt reports this comes on the heels of a grand jury report that's critical of the team's political influence. The allegations come from accounts to the San Francisco Chronicle by two anonymous sources close to the grand jury, one juror alleging they were tailed by a motorist to the other claiming to see an unknown intruder on their property, both believing the incidents related to the grand jury report, retired state senator and San Mateo county superior court judge Quinton cop says he's concerned by the appearance of the team investigating individual jurors. He says it's something Santa Clara county district attorney Jeff Rosen should look into. The he should certainly initiated an investigation, both of the facts and of the law on the subject. Cop believes the team should prove an open court that it isn't in contempt. As for the forty-niners, in a statement, the team admits it's actively pushed back against the report's findings, calling it quote election propaganda, but forcefully denies any kind of juror intimidation, the team saying it's concerned by the reports and would never use those kind of tactics. The Santa Clara city council will form an official response, council member Kevin parke says he has lingering questions. Never happened. Like, I didn't even know things were going on. I'm named in the report. And they never know what to talk to me. No comment from the civil grand jury and Santa Clara county says the report is now squarely in the court system. Mike dewald. News time 1213, the warrior still looking for that road win we check in with Stephen Langford in two minutes
"quinton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In the village of tewa, Arizona, kids are dropping in on the halfpipe at a new skate park. It's all thanks to Quinton nasino and his friends. There wasn't really any place to skate down here. Most of the surrounding areas is just dirt and rocks. So when the pandemic began and outdoor activity took on new life, the teens got together to start what they called skate two 64. The highway two 64s what goes through all the hopi reservation. The idea to build a safe space for skaters regardless of age or skill. We saw a whole bunch of skaters that were just like skating on those little makeshift parks, you know, at the basketball courts or on the road or at hospitals or schools, just anywhere they had concrete pretty much. So we thought it would be a good idea to bring a skate park out to hopi just because we didn't want anybody getting hurt or in trouble, getting into places they shouldn't be trying to skate. 17 year old Quinton got the idea after he started skating two years ago, on a trip through Navajo country he saw other kids with a better skating scene. There's some tribes around Phoenix too who have gotten some pretty good parks. Whenever I would go to that part of the country, I would see their skate parks and then I would come back to my reservation, then there would be nothing here. I thought that was kind of unfair. The hopi community rallied behind the teens, and with fundraisers sponsorships and merchandise sales, they finally had enough money to build their park and fulfill a dream to bring positive change to the hopi community. This is NPR news. This is WNYC today on the Brian lair show remember governor Kathy hochul joins us to talk about her first year in office and she will take your calls. Plus, with traces of the polio virus found in New York region, hereby this nearly eradicated pathogen has resurfaced now, and what can we do to mitigate our risk? Tune
"quinton" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking
"Independence. And I left home. I rented out my apartment. I borrowed a friend's old junkie Subaru. And I went on the road for what ended up being a hundred days and I ended up visiting some of the strangers who'd written me letters and response to the life interrupted column about their own major moments of reckoning and transition. But it took a long time for me to get there. Yeah, it's also I mean, a hundred days sounds like a long time and it is also no time at all when you consider that you spent 1200 days in a hospital when you consider that how long life can be if we're lucky. And what you mentioned about just sort of this lack of ritual rituals are so important all of these sort of transitions that we provide for ourselves and sometimes people find that in a faith structure. Sometimes people find that in their family of origin or their cultural community, but when you go through, they're almost always around with the exception of, you know, of funerals, which is ritualized grief and suffering, which is beautiful and so necessary. We don't do it when people survive something because we think the survival is it. That's exactly right. You got that. You got it. And it's like, it's one of those things you don't know, tell you know it that you can be grateful for what you have and grieve what you went through. What you lost and those things exist together, like very, very closely for a different kinds of less. We used to, like, when you were grieving the loss of a husband, there was the Victorian widows widows outfit. You would wear a very specific hat if you were of a certain class. You address in a way that told people, I am different, even if you can't see it. Something happened to me, even if you can't see it, I am not the same. And I don't know other than novelty t-shirts, which I am a fine purveyor of how we do that. How we sort of signal to other people, I am also a person who has been through something. Because what's so interesting about the road trip that you took and the letters that you got is that the people who are reaching out are not necessarily people who have been through everything you've been through, but who know what that feeling is? Like who know what it's like to have their life thrown off the rails to note it's like to feel trapped somewhere to feel like they are living a version of their lives that they did not anticipate would not prefer and that nobody else can quite understand except another person who is in their own version of that darkness. And in the book, you talk about Quinton Jones and obviously a lot happened after that book too. So I would love to have you tell his story or what you feel comfortable with sharing about his story. Yeah, I think, you know, trauma has a way of dividing your worldview into two camps. Those who get it and those who don't, and yet, more often than not, people feel so isolated within those moments of transition because you're not just having to hold these complicated sometimes seemingly opposing emotions of being grateful that you're alive and angry for what you had to go through to be alive or whatever it might be. But like we said earlier, you're expected to very quickly either return to your life or rebuild a new one. And, you know, I write this in the book, but when the ceiling caves in on you, you no longer assume structural stability. You have to learn to live along fault lines. And that's the conclusion that I came to when I left home on this road trip. That I wasn't necessarily going to find my way back to the kingdom of the world, so to speak at least not in the way that I thought I would, but I was going to have to learn to live along those fault lines to learn to live in that kind of messy middle area of being better on paper, but often feeling far from well both physically and emotionally. And so those different people that I visited became my touch zones along that. They were people who had lived some version of what I'd love, not necessarily similar in kind, but at least in degree. And Quentin Jones or little GQ as he's called in the book, which is this nickname was one of those last stops and probably one of the most impactful ones. And he was a man who had spent at that point more than half of his life on death row. For a terrible crime that he'd committed when he was about 18 or 19 years old. And he had spent 20 years by the time I went to go visit him reckoning with what he'd done. And trying to spend every single day, you know, and solitary confinement. Reimagining the possibilities of who he could be and working on himself and atoning for his past. And trying to make a semblance of a life for himself within a tiny cell knowing that he was never ever going to get out. And he would have been the first person to tell you that he didn't deserve to ever get out, although he didn't necessarily believe that he deserved the death penalty. But I was so first of all intrigued by what had compelled him to write me a letter. He'd written it and response to a column I wrote where I described my intense ration. And that experience of being a medical isolation for many months for your not allowed to leave your room that experience of waiting for a verdict, which is what it can feel like when you're counting down the days to a biopsy result or waiting for a doctor to issue you an extended stay or what can feel like.
"quinton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It's Friday when we hear from StoryCorps In 1985 Wilma mankiller became the first woman to lead the Cherokee nation Her daughter and grandson Gina alaia and Kellen Quinton came to story court to talk about the challenges she faced when she became chief People thought that we would be the laughing stock of all tribes if we had a female leader There was one time when the 5 civilized tribes had like a joint meeting And they purposefully left her out Right They didn't have a chair for her Yeah So she found a chair dragged it in And forced her way up to the table They get through everything and there were adjourning the meeting and she stood up and said no I have something to say And she was heard people respected her fully after they gave her the moment And in the second election she won by almost 83% of the vote She did what she needed to do to prove those naysayers wrong Right But to me she was just grandma we would be joking and dancing and acting a fool together and having a great time How did you feel when she came to your games because you know she had that scream that everybody in the whole place could hear I love that other people got to see that human element of her She doesn't have to be the epitome of strength and grace at all times She was to have fun too But your cousin still called her grandma chief Right You know it took me a long time to think about whom I was going to sit across from in the interview and I picked you because you were the closest that I had to her It's a gift to be here And I definitely attempt to model myself after her You know I had a friend of mine whose little girl wanted to do her end of the year essay about grandma and to hear the people still think about her I mean she's going to be on the corner soon Who would have ever imagined a Native American woman would have been on the quarter of the United States of America Right It's mind-blowing It.
"quinton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Gina olaya and Kellen Quinton came to story court to talk about the challenges challenges she faced when she became chief People thought that we would be the laughing stock of all tribes if we had a female leader There was one time when the 5 civilized tribes had a joint meeting And they purposefully left her out Right They didn't have a chair for her Yeah So she found a chair dragged it in And forced her way up to the table They get through everything and they were adjourning the meeting and she stood up and said no I have something to say And she was heard people respected her fully after they gave her the moment And in the second election she won by almost 83% of the vote She did what she needed to do to prove those naysayers wrong Right but to me she was just grandma we would be joking and dancing and acting a fool together and having a great time How did you feel when she came to your games because you know she had that scream that everybody in the whole place could hear I love that other people got to see that human element of her She doesn't have to be the epitome of strength and grace at all times She was to have fun too But your cousin still called her grandma chief Right You know it took me a long time to think about whom I was gonna sit across from in this interview And I picked you because you were the closest that I had to her It's a gift to be here And I definitely attempt to model myself after her You know I had a friend of mine whose little girl wanted to do her end of the year essay about grandma and to hear the people still think about her She's going to be on the corner soon Who would have ever imagined a Native American woman would have been on the quarter of the United States of America It's mind-blowing.
Massive Coolers at High Stakes Live Cash
"Let's dive in to these hands. We're going to start out with hand from live at the bike. John you wanna break down the action for. Yeah if you're so this. I believe they're playing by one hundred one hundred two hundred fifty one hundred. Two hundred eighty as the big wind is two hundred dollars. Jd opens quinton off suit to eight hundred. James wakes up with aces and the cut off and puts an a pretty standard size three. But this is where the hand starts getting a little wacky. Honestly andy wakes up in the struggle with pocket kings and decides to just flat the through bet listening the audio commentary for this had and the commentators seem to imply that like. Jd had some reason to be tilted before the start of this and he started the hand with exactly twelve thousand dollars. So i think it's very possible that maybe he got stacks very Like you know maybe right before this hand and just reloaded for twelve k And thought that maybe. Andy is trapping kings here with the hopes that jd would find some sort of four bet Or you know just rip in his twelve k stack over the three but And he'd be able to kind of put. James tough spot if james aside flat or or do something with After three bedding so Yeah already sort of often kind of a strange. Start here with andy. A flooding the kings pre flop. Do you know anything about james specifically because it could be the james He is an elderly gentleman. And so is it possible that james just has such a tight three about range that andy doesn't have a four bit range versus james three but i mean okay so what i know about james is. He's a regular on these high six games on my but the bike he plays very very frequently. I'm gonna assume that he's not a professional or like never was a appro. But you know i think he's like you said like leave. It reaches certainly going to be tighter than it should be that being said like i. I still can't see. Andy not forgetting kings just as the standard plate universities. A three from james i. I don't think james is is someone who only has like aces kings queens in king. I think he's gonna at least have you know more more hands than like the ultra-tight wreck player through about range. I mean we'd have to ask andy to know what his strategy construction is here. We can't no i think. The commentators speculating in the same way that. we're speculating. And i think that you know this is. They're very deep here right. Yeah pretty deep spot. It's a three about pot. Already to andy and i don't know i'm not exactly sure. Always constructing is prefab strategy. I do know that. He called very quickly though which means that he kind of knows what he's doing in this spot for some reason or another whether it be the read that like you know the twelve k stacks just gonna jayme it in Although you know facing a three bad and then a cold flat like you have to think that the twelve k stack is going to be a little hesitant to just acts stack in no matter how tilted they
"quinton" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"quinton" Discussed on The How-to Entrepreneur
"We're hoping for good debt What i know. It doesn't happen overnight like you mentioned. How long does the drilling that commenced usually take until you know some earlier. Signs of real indicators that this is what they're looking at look within the next six to twelve months. Snus a drill this initial round. I think we'll have a pretty good picture of what what might be here. If they see again Multiple cy great so for It'll it'll suggested going in the right direction nestle. I want right now to drill it out us going to take several years by two or three years to circle the barista. But that's fine. that's fine that's the way these go. When british das started with continental started throwing in at brigham there were just small artistic. The mind you know and basically an idea that haider these pains might go to depth. They started drilling goal. Systematically they chased the thing down dip. It went down to over a kilometer and a half depth and then they drilled a cross the area multiple many many events. Next thing you know. They're up to ten million took. It took three or four million or search for years to get out. but that's the kind of spill. You have just awesome to hear it. Nah what's what do you the primary or most beneficial thing that blue lagoon can do to take its market cap. Higher cost money. Stick to the script drill Show this thing is what it is if if they do it if people can say wow yeah i think you're onto a even without a research yet but if people say i think maybe they two million. Maybe they have four. You know as soon as people could say that you're gonna see the value increase the company the company's market cap right. Now i think is in the thirties. A million. us. You know great start but if you found say two million out spas i great..
"quinton" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts
"Had twenty thousand disappointed. Potential customers on their hands and major damage to their reputation after the story hit the news first locally then nationally since the dealership didn't have two million dollars lying around to pay out. They decided to give everyone a five dollar walmart gift card consolation prize instead back in the eighties when yellow pages were the only place people could turn to find goods and services. Gloria quinton owner of california's a banner travel agency learned firsthand. What happens when someone hits a wrong key and nobody. Notices banner travel specialized in exotic travel the pacific bell phone company printed as erotic travel instead. We offer exotic travel like tours of the amazon but nothing erotic said quinton in a press. Release her older clientele. Who were the bulk of her. Business stopped calling. That didn't mean the phone didn't ring. Oh it rang all right but what people were asking for. Quinton did not offer. Her attorney filed a ten million dollar lawsuit on her behalf claiming she had lost eighty percent of her clientele because of the mistake normally typo based lawsuits fail but quinton eventually won her lawsuit based on the mental anguish. Typo had caused. No company is invulnerable to typos. Even if they've been around for generations such is the sad tale of taylor and sons a hundred and twenty four year. Old family owned engineering business. In britain that was killed by an extra s which cost two hundred and fifty employees their jobs in twenty fifteen officials at companies house in cardiff the uk's registrar of companies announced that the company taylor and son singular was failing someone added an s. and announced the liquidation of taylor and sons plural instead although the mistake was quickly corrected within a few days the hit to taylor and sons reputation proved fatal to make matters worse. The company's managing director was on vacation at the time causing clients and creditors to believe he'd fled the country as the company collapsed in less than three weeks. Taylor and sons lost the majority of its clients and its suppliers canceled their contracts forcing the company into bankruptcy just two months later taylor and sons sued the companies house. The british high court later ruled that the government registrar was directly responsible for the collapse of the company and awarded them. Eight point eight million pounds with the tab going to the british taxpayers since the company's house was a government entity not every typo results in a lose lose situation though one person's loss can be another person's gain an ebay user posted an auction for his rare bottle of all sops arctic ale brewed in eighteen. Fifty two and perfectly preserved. If you see pictures it really does not look like a hundred and fifty year old bottle. The museum quality artifact of historical hooch should've fetched a small fortune and it might well have if the poster had spelled the name correctly. All sops is spelled with two piece of the seller only used one when enthusiasts searched for the name spelled correctly as you would do this listing didn't come up but one lucky or clever soul found the out of the way listing and one against a single other buyer buying the bottle for three hundred and four dollars extra sad because the starting price was two hundred ninety nine dollars eight weeks later. This lucky buyer listed the same bottle on ebay spelled correctly and raked in half a million dollars before you get too excited about scavenging ebay with common misspellings to try to win your fortune. This was more than a decade ago and search technology has greatly improved speaking of making money on searches. Google could be making as much as half a billion dollars annually from the registered owners of website addresses. That are spelled almost like the websites. People are actually trying to reach known as typo squatting. Harvard university. Researchers tyler moore and benjamin edelman estimate that google could be making millions from the practice. Because it's network of display ads of which they get some of the prophets runs on the type owed sites the use a list of common spelling mistakes to generate another list of possible typo domains from the three thousand two hundred sixty four most popular dot com websites as determined by alexa dot com. Rankings with help from some software. The researchers crawled two hundred eighty five thousand of some hundred thousand misspelled sites to estimate what revenue the domains are generating skill up those results. And you're looking at some serious coin looking at the top one hundred thousand sites and estimating point seven percent are typo squatting sites. They estimate typo domains receive collectively more than sixty eight million visitors a day if these typo domains were treated as a single website. That site would be ranked by alexa as the tenth. Most popular website in the world. It would be more popular in unique daily visitors than twitter or amazon. The researchers estimate that almost sixty percent of those sites have ads supplied by google with some quick back of the envelope. Math that amounts to four hundred ninety seven million dollars a year in ad revenue. It's google's policy to remove ads from these misspell domains. If the owner of the original site complains but the article i read didn't reference. How often that actually happens. And that's where we run out of ideas at least for today. Multiple theories have emerged surrounding the failure of mariner. One largely stemming from a bevy of reports produced in the aftermath some official. Some pretty speculative let the most commonly cited explanation directly from mariner ones post-flight review board. Is that alone. Quote dropped hyphen over bar. In the computer code was only took to remind them of the subtle distinction between landing and impact in his nineteen sixty eight nonfiction book. The promise of space. Arthur c. clarke memorialize the typo as the most expensive hyphen in history. And it may well be. We'll save the one hundred twenty million dollars lost on a failure to do metric conversions for another day. Remember you can always find the source links in the script for the show at your brain on facts dot com. Thanks for spending part of your day with me and stay safe..
"quinton" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers
"There is this crazy kind. Of like i would say. There are many parts in this movie that feel like crouching tiger hidden dragon with like the wire work and things like that and i think that's a style that he kind of picked up later in the movie and then but when we first meet him he is doing a lot of this crazy. Jackie chan type action. I'm talking about in the trailer. We see the subway scene where aquafina not subway. The bus seen rocco fina is driving the bus. That's out of control. And he's fighting razor fist on the bus. And we've all seen that on the trailer and that is very like jackie chan like i mean not as far as like his performance being comical although aquafina is very funny but just the way he kind of moves in some of the stuff that he does. It feels very jackie chan. Watching that scene. And i'll tell you one thing wants. That scene starts with the whole boss when the musical score kicks in it is fucking awesome and it gets you pumped to watch. This is really awesome. But yeah there's definitely different fighting styles in this and very crouching tiger hidden dragon. I also felt like it's it's not it's not it's almost raid level like but you don't get the the blood. There is a little bit of blood in this movie but it you don't get like massive amounts of blood and all the bone crunching bone bone breakage that you'd get in a raid movie but it feels very much like arrayed movie as far as like of the different stances in the way that they do fight and i swear there's this the bias and i square to you. He does a flying kick and it looks just like johnny cage's shadow kick from mortal kombat and it is fucking awesome. I i lost my shit when i saw that. So wait man. Yeah quinton quinton roberts from the real zodiac podcast asks. Does the movie move forward or is it purely an origin story. It's both it's both It's an origin story. But it's not purely in origin story and it but it does move the mc you forward where. I can't really get into that so but yes it does there is..
Detroit Lions Release CB Quinton Dunbar, Sign RB Craig Reynolds
"Released a couple players the other day and then today They released veteran corner Quinton Dunbar and signed free agent running back Craig Reynolds. Now I think this is in response to the fact that DeAndre Swift, who has been injured in Lyons, camp is probably not going to be healthy enough. To play tomorrow. I'm guessing that's why they signed this running back to just have a body, right. Am ready to go away. I guess I don't know. But they're making me I
"quinton" Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell
"Be here are john. Yes on a day in which we've got players getting rich all over the world of sports including the nba and the nfl and we also have a recap of a preseason football game. What is the vegas lead here on. This friday josh allen and we should say. Aj hoffman had out his green. I listened. math is not his friend. He had his green eye shades out. He was quinton. He's done some calculations. We've got some numbers that really speak to did the bills. Do the right thing. Yeah that's right. It was the.
"quinton" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"I'll let off the show with this little frustrated but a man coming off office. Three rehabs is an angry human. I think a miserable human is quint nosing. Going to be better after he said fuck that. There's no time for pity truth is i'm thankful thankful for the early part of the timetable says five weeks. It gives me five weeks to do everything. I can physically and mentally be ready to go week. When smash these goals do your job. No matter what d why jay and then mwr that was motivating from quinton nelson. Maybe want to run through a wall but thinking of a man who has come out of three different rehabs. I mean is that is terrible cruel and unusual punishment to guy for an offseason. Or and he's going to be very I mean thankful when he gets back on the field anytime. You're taking away from it when you don't plan on especially when you get back into something like something new. It just feels like man. I've been waiting so long to get back out here things that you may have taken for granted earlier and yeah three surge. Do we know not want to split the right. i see. we didn't even know about the first two until the serb-run came about and i don't know how. How do we not know about that under the radar even when you look it up now you can't really find much on the first two. I mean that's one of the greatest. He's going to go down as hall of fame. Guard is going to go down the hall of famer. He's the first round draft pick here. People love him here obviously for good reason. How do we know yet to surgery. That's crazy or they just like i don't wanna say minor cleanups scopes or whatever and you still have to have those. You still have to get out. Yes still getting put under the and he sought to rehab him and he still have to go through the entire process. You know you tell me if. I'm wrong in saying this anytime i came out of rehab. I was in better shape. Obviously because literally. You're working out like three times a day with a trainer or physical therapist. I was in better shape. Coming out of those rehabs. Then whenever i wasn't now it was a miserable experience mentally. I wasn't probably in better shape than i was whenever i didn't have to do it. But because you're working out on your body so hard it's like basically all you're thinking about all day. Maybe this'll be an. I'm trying to think of a positive for this. He might be the best nelson. We've a robo quinton nelson coming out of this. Is i mean. is there some sort of worry. Though that these types of injuries tend to linger in the five to twelve week period is like quinton nelson. It doesn't thank you. aj please preach else. It might somebody else..
Indianapolis Colts OL Quenton Nelson out 5-12 Weeks With Foot Injury
"Quinton nelson has the same exact injury as carson wentz and having these same exact surgery as carson wentz has the same exact timetable to return as carson wentz. Two of the indianapolis colts biggest stars. Best players out with the same damn thing and their foot carson. Wentz to surgery went very well. Frank reich alluded to the fact that he'll be back closer to five weeks twelve weeks. I guess we'll have to sit and find out about gwen
"quinton" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Also you'll be happy to hear that Andrew quinton taki. Thirty two years old is behind bars now because Well first of all he was a he was a participant in the worst event since the civil war yes january sixth twenty twenty one. So how was he caught well. A liberal woman disguised herself as a mega supporter on the dating at bumble so that she could catch him. She's named only as clear but she installed the app after a lengthy hiatus and then realized you know what i could do. I could help the fbi find trump supporter. So she did. She deleted a photo of herself wearing a vagina hat at a famous march gay. That was her big claim to fame on on her. What is it the the page where you tell about yourself and profoundly exactly right and so so the vagina hat photo had to go. You gotta take that. Apparently that that is unbecoming of a trump supporter. I guess mind. If she uploaded some generic shot of herself on a boat changed your political affiliation to conservative okay and then reeled in andrew quinton taki who centre a photo of himself alleging rioting and bragged about being pepper sprayed during the violence at cap at the capital. So he didn't say he was perpetrating violence. He said violence happened to him but now he's been arrested by the fbi so that's great. I'm glad we've got fellow citizens who are Narking on other citizens first of all clair's got too much free time. yes she does. I mean seriously. She went through all this trouble. And i i don't know how. How many how long did they know each other before. He's finally like check this out back on january six democracy almost dad. That was me killed it myself. Wow we let us brain cells. Are we post things on the internet right and they maybe stop bragging about the fact that you're at the capitol january six especially considering what's been happening to people they're literally. These people are behind bars. Prisoners horrid conditions. This is so ridiculously over the top for six going on seven months. Now yeah you might not want to be telling people you at the capital ex. Yeah just a good safety tip stop bragging about committing a crime. Stop it all right Lual see you again tomorrow when it's no longer monday you're gonna bring some cookies. We'll see we'll see now if i don't you could order taxi dot com promises coupon cone.
Flipping the Script: A Look Into the Detectives Behind Yvonne Layne's Case
"That we've heard firsthand from an expert about the type of person she believes could have killed yvonne lane someone angry. Who knew von personally and had a reason to attack her with a vengeance and we've heard how botched the crime scene was how the scene didn't match what joe said. I think it's important to take a close look at who exactly detectives were on the case and turn the tables instead of putting the victims under the microscope. I wanna put the cops under it and look at their records and try to figure out why this case was such a mess. I've already talked about a couple of alliance. Police officers like quinton artists. A patrolman who you on allegedly said had started harassing her after a traffic stop. Artists is now a registered sex offender. Then they're officer rick. Who's last name. I'm keeping private for now. Who detectives told the psychic was rumored to be dating. You're on and possibly the father of her youngest child. But now i wanna focus on the four detectives assigned to the case as you may know already. If you've been digging through case files on patriotic. They were detectives. Lloyd bud samson william muko mark walsh and john leech and i want to start with john leech on april first nineteen ninety nine detective. Leach was not on duty yet. He was called in to help. Here's detective samson in his two thousand eight deposition. you've heard clips from before to assist us. Exactly his day off when he got called in. That was true that he was called off vacation to help us this case. And we've called in whether or not was vacation a lot. I don't recall that but yeah he was called in. Did you make the decision. That would be an order now. I do not but somebody did. And so each mccall on the day off part time off and helped samson says. There was no quote lead detective on the case. But according to samson he and bill mucciolo did most of the investigative work leach was mostly on the case to assist like mark welsh. In fact. i won't go into mark welsh much because he wasn't a big part of the case at all.
"quinton" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings
"How important development is and obviously. I just said you know. I think that they really would need to. The kings have have done such a phenomenal job in element. But it's also because the kind of people that they're selecting because the development process really starts those early interviews where you're trying to find out this player get better and if you pick the right kinds of players. I think guys like mike. Anderson are great example. Like guy knows what he isn't doesn't try to eat something else That's that's a real helpful thing so you see that throughout the shark Throughout the throughout the prospect pool. And that's really important for the kings to continue to work on those guys because as they do that And as the as these players understand that they just find ways to improve. I'm not sure if it's by luck or by design but to your point. I do feel like the kings have acquired more and more players like that. I was particularly impressed last season with quinton by field Who had that same sort of self awareness to kill. Thomas is obviously incredibly in her shirt. And even jared anderson dolan but even even the older players there was a a season ticket holder meeting a stated franchise event were dustin brown..
"quinton" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"In fact more than a third of the s&p five hundred are expected to provide quarterly updates in the coming week. Joining me from hong kong is editor. Quinton web quinton welcome. Hi there mark. Quinton let's first talk about tech and innovation. We have tesla today apple microsoft and alphabet on tuesday. These are companies. That have been doing well. That's right you know. The variety of things going on here. I mean to work from home. Translates very good for some of these companies kind of sped up digital adoption. Some of them are also benefiting actually from the reopening of the economy. So if you are largely dependent on advertising revenue as someone like alphabet is for example. Then it's good as businesses thought to have ties more new platforms. Tesla for example has said that demand is better than it's ever been and this forecast microsoft is going to have a record quarter when it comes to an innings so yeah things are looking pretty good. Could these results are important. But when corporate leaders hold their earnings calls what else will investors want to know. Well i think has ever you know markets. It's always trying to anticipate what's now. And what's in the future and so it's going to be a very strong second-quarter certainly compared to very weak a year ago periods. You know there's a lot of questions that analysts will have about for example what's going on with the delta varian you know. To what extent are they likely to be kind of new restrictions and will they kind of impact business results. And you know we've talked a lot about Various bottlenecks supply chain difficulties. Inflation in certain kinds of prices to what extent of those glitches still in the system or or or companies able to move past them. And of course you can get updates on earnings throughout the week on wsj.com and the journal app quinton webb. Thank you thanks very much just ahead. What new data could soon tell us about the economic picture in america and the rest of the world after the break whatever business urine growth isn't just about getting bigger and adp. We believe it's about getting stronger by turning data into insights.
Quentin Tarantino Admits This Challenged Him Creatively More Than Anything
"Quentin tarantino. Is one of the most celebrated screenwriters of generation but he's just released his very first novel three decades into his career novella based on his movie once upon a time in hollywood that greatly expands the story and characters and even though quinn's comfortable behind keyboard with whatever he writes he does admit making the transition from screen to book was challenged he tells deadline. Screenplays are really easy for me. I'm not saying. I don't work hard. I really work hard. But i know how to do it writing a novel. A piece of prose wasn't necessarily hard but it wasn't easy. I've never done it before. It was different than what i've been doing before. I've been writing these quasi novels as my screenplays but a quasi novel is not the same thing as a novel. Quinton says in the he still plans to retire from directing after his next film but hasn't decided exactly what that project will beat his novella. Once upon a time in hollywood is out. now
"quinton" Discussed on Big Blue View
"I haven't seen his tape in a little bit. But i really liked you. Guys took a One of my favorite offensive linemen couple years ago will hernandez i don't i don't know if he's played. Well asked your. But i know i really liked him coming out in the draft. I got a chance to meet him senior bowl and watch him play when i went down to the senior bowl. Uncover it a couple of years ago. And he was a guy. I really liked and So not sure if he's Play last year. Didn't watch a ton of the offensive line. He's he's been he had talk. He had a tough two thousand and twenty. He's he's been. I described him as kind of an adequate player with the giants. He's been kind of an average starting guard which and he's moving this year from left guard to right guard which is interesting because he's never done that before but hernandez i think he disappoints giants fans because we were told that this guy was the second best garden the draft after quinton nelson and quinton nelson is of course all world and hernandez just hasn't hasn't met that sort of expectation. He's a decent. He's been decent. But i think because they're such a huge gap between decent in quinton nelson. That that he's disappointed people. But hey before. I let you go. Let me just throw this out. I don't know if there's a a question or two that that you might have for me in In regards to giants yeah. I'd love to hear a little bit about the draft class. And that's something that broncos fans follow closing get a lot of people that are big fans of the draft and follow it pretty tightly and interesting to hear y'all take you saw some of the moves that The giants made think it was obviously going earth ticket.
Promoting A Team Member To Customer (You Know, Firing Them)
"You have to promote a team member to customer and yeah. I guess it's a really nice way of saying you're fired or you let go and it's never easy to do no matter how righteous it is or how needed necessary. It's not fun thing to do when you think about things like the the apprentice show or we all sat there and just just couldn't wait to see who was fired next and of course it was reality. Tv wasn't really realistic. By any means. I get all of that or how the movie up in the air with george. Clooney were his job. His company that he worked for was to help other companies downsize. Could you imagine just traveling around. I know again. It's a movie but those positions were real might still be real that they pay other people to go fire people in other companies. I can't even imagine being in a company like that were. They couldn't do that on their own front about it. Can you just imagine if that's what you did. Is you traveled around ending other people's careers. You could grow yours because really firing starts with the leader in the sense of the word from the hiring process the on boarding process coaching daily. Showing your team. How to win Do you even have a structure for people who aren't performing before you just cut them. Loose is it's easy in a sense for example on a sales team because you have really hard data that's immediate. They're either hitting a sales quota or not were. Maybe some other jobs are a little harder to quantify and say is this person really effective or not so. Do you have a structure in place that really encompasses what they need to be winning in order to say. Hey you're effective. You're you're making an impact in our company or not and when you don't do that if you don't really address it because you're you're worried about. Hey who's going to do all this work or a. There's such a great person and all that other kind of stuff did you create a quinton stay mindset with a lotta people
"quinton" Discussed on The Trials of Frank Carson
"To our you know. Investigators raided the pop and cork found. No evidence linking the brothers to kaufman's disappearance. They did find some quinton ours. Guns and vials of robert. Woody steroids quinton our toll. Dia at wall to get rid of his handyman. The steroids looked bad coffee. You're store man can't them anymore. They're going to have to make decision that They talk about other. You can't be here no more. I'm sorry the da's office turned over what it had gathered about. Quinton are to the california highway patrol which launched an internal affairs investigation into the officer. They found some behavior that troubled them. Such as quinton are badmouthing. a colleague. Quinton was briefly suspended and put back on the road and told not to discuss his internal affairs case overhanging. The murder investigation as it proceeded was quinton ours anxiety about violating the hp's order and his deep distrust of da investigator kirk bunch to whom. He traced his trouble with his own agency. In may two thousand fourteen banja visited quinton ours home when he wasn't there in this phone call quinton are asks bunch to please make an appointment with him through his chp supervisors yeah. We're doing a criminal investigation right. We all have to notify anybody. Quinton are asked him to respect his home as he would respect bunches in secretly recorded phone calls. Quinton are said. He saw no upside and cooperating with what he perceived as bunches politically motivated probe. He didn't wanna get in trouble with the chp again. The guys after me. Man what do i want. This is quinton are in conversation with another cop and his remarks were later cited in the warrant for his arrest quote quinton resorts to trash talking bunch quinton ours is trying.
Berkeley Lab Debuts Perlmutter, World’s Fastest AI Supercomputer
"The pearl motor system based at lawrence. Berkeley national lab was specifically designed to handle ai workloads and is now the fastest supercomputer on the planet. When it comes to handling specific math that lends itself to a i. But i what is a supercomputer as opposed to your run of the mill computer where computing is measured in million instructions per second or m ips supercomputers do high performance computing commonly measured in floating point operations per second or flops. Modern supercomputers can perform over one hundred crt trillion flops. Yes that's a real number and promoter. The latest in a growing collection of faster more powerful supercomputers operates at four exit flops. Meaning a quinton flops. Which doesn't even sound english anymore. It uses six thousand one hundred and fifty nine nvidia a one hundred. Gpu's the largest number of those gp in the world to handle sixteen and thirty two bit mixed face precision math mixed precision methods. Combine numerical formats into computational workload in a way that requires less memory and less bandwidth and therefore speeds update transfer operations. What in the world do we need. All of this computing power for well. Nothing in the world per se because one of promoters tasks deals with data from outer space promoter is going to be used to assemble the largest three d map of the universe made and will do so by processing data from the dark energy spectroscopic instrument known as desi with can capture up to five thousand galaxies in a single exposure. Now that's a fancy camera. This three d map will allow scientists to learn more about dark energy which is thought to be responsible for the accelerating expansion of the
Perlmutter Supercomputer System Goes Online, Supercomputer Explained
"Promoter. Supercomputer system coming online for the first time at the scientific computing center in california. The pearl motor system based at lawrence. Berkeley national lab was specifically designed to handle ai workloads and is now the fastest supercomputer on the planet. When it comes to handling specific math that lends itself to a i. But i what is a supercomputer as opposed to your run of the mill computer where computing is measured in million instructions per second or m ips supercomputers do high performance computing commonly measured in floating point operations per second or flops. Modern supercomputers can perform over one hundred crt trillion flops. Yes that's a real number and promoter. The latest in a growing collection of faster more powerful supercomputers operates at four exit flops. Meaning a quinton flops. Which doesn't even sound english anymore. It uses six thousand one hundred and fifty nine nvidia a one hundred. Gpu's the largest number of those gp in the world to handle sixteen and thirty two bit mixed face precision math mixed precision methods. Combine numerical formats into computational workload in a way that requires less memory and less bandwidth and therefore speeds up data transfer operations. What in the world do we need. All of this computing power for well. Nothing in the world per se because one of promoters tasks deals with data from outer space promoter is going to be used to assemble the largest three d map of the universe is
"quinton" Discussed on Venezuela: Crisis y Esperanza
"In waco need is going to go into the book a mutual mementos are yelling. Seattle do domestic but at the museum okay. Not me down. That i thought linguistic quinton does go so my the moscow to guide you guy in our. Don't think impulsively put on his. Show me obsessed about as up to hymie of here non-issue.
Merkel's Bloc Spars Over Who Will Run for German Chancellor
"Good after from somewhat soggy. Very not sunny zurich the two leaders of the parties that make angle miracles. Conservative lines in germany have now put themselves forward to replace her. Frau merkel will stand down at september's election with the various premier. Marcus suitor and arm allow shut. The recently elected leader of the cd the christian democrats vying to fill her big loafer as well. Let's get the latest on this now from quentin peel and associate fellow at the your program at chatham house quinton also spent a few years at the f. t. as many of you know he was the man in berlin And of course has met mr lash attack from time to time. Good afternoon quentin good afternoon. Let's maybe start with a bit of a snapshot you've spent some time with mr lasted i've been in the company of mr Suitor before Maybe let's compare notes. Because the last time i was In munich at large event it was the unveiling of Of an a three fifty tons of course Airbus very much invested in bavaria. And there was mr at the center of things and really quite a quite a force Commanding the room Very much that the character that we've seen on On television probably of of late may be but look back a few years clinton maybe even a little bit more bolshie and boisterous but someone who certainly had command and presence How is this going to square when we think about Mister mister lash. Well they are a bit of a contrast rally because lash. it doesn't come over with quite the same self-confidence he seems more hesitant a little more ambiguous. He's not a what marcus urda is. He's not a real conservative. He's much more a centrist in the party. He's much more. The person who would still be a chance salah like angela merkel somebody who tries to bring the different factions together.
Seattle Seahawks: Dunbar out, Dunlap in
"Quinton Dunbar was a Seahawk for one injury plagued season. He won't be back. He'll play for the Lions next season. Dunbar's agreed to a one year deal. Carlos Dunlap is coming back with with defensive defensive lineman lineman came came the the Seahawks Seahawks in in a a midseason midseason trade. trade. Last Last year, year, he he was was cutting cutting a a salary salary cap cap move move that that brought brought back back with with a a different different contract, contract, and and now now he's he's ready ready to to be be a a mainstay. mainstay. With With Seahawks Seahawks pass pass
Correction Officer Taken Hostage Rescued Inside Oklahoma County Detention Center
"Oklahoma jail has been freed as Quinton Chandler from member station K. O s U reports the suspect was killed. The officer was taken hostage while passing out medicine to detainees. Jail staff say are especially difficult to manage. One detainee allegedly released others after attacking the officer. It's unclear how many people took part in the attack. Detainees uploaded videos of the incidents you multiple social media platforms in the videos. They complained they were acting in response to the jails, inhumane conditions. They said they weren't able to take regular showers and weren't getting enough food. Limited views from the videos showed filthy conditions. Authorities say they will investigate how the officer was taken hostage and the decision to kill one of the detainees for NPR news. I'm Quinton Chandler. Hundreds of
Toyota, Honda to Halt Some U.S. Production Over Supply Shortages
"Both honda and toyota will halt production at plants. In north america over supply shortages. Toyota will intermittently cut shifts or production. Lines honda will stop production at several plants for a week. Starting march twenty second. A lot of industries are dealing with a shortage of raw materials including plastic related products. That are used to make everything from medical face shields smartphones. Let's bring mark editor quinton web into the conversation. He joins me from hong kong. Hello clinton quinton. This all goes back to the freeze. We saw in february in texas. That's right reflects. Basically the fact that the gulf coast is a huge center for the production of plastics. Something to his grown in importance since the fracking revolution and the deep freeze in february really took a lot of production. Offline and some of these plants are very complicated. And it's risky and so it takes a long time to bring production back online and that means shortages kinds of plastics prices rising very rapidly. Pvc polyvinyl chloride other plastics. Such as polyethylene up as well and as you say that's affecting all kinds of industries people like comic is paint manufacturers homebuilders all kinds of companies feeling the squeeze and with these price increases quinton. It's a logical question to has. Can we as consumers see any changes in what we pay. Potentially i mean the journal has a big story about this today and the At least one company executive who says this is probably gonna lead to cost increases consumers at the very least it's going to cost you know the companies that are on the bearing the brunt of this extra money i guess. In some cases they might decide to kind of absorb. Those cost increases rather than possum onto consumers if the alternatives become less competitive but sending gonna cost companies money and some of that cost increase. May in the end be passed onto you and me
New Star Trek Movie in the Works
"A new star trek movie is in the works again again again. Yeah so we've heard several different versions now of star trek movies worse. Went from quinton tarantino was supposed to be an r. rated. That'd be some other ones where chris pine. Who's going to see chris hemsworth. Who was his dad. Go back in time a time drifting type deal and then you have this one now which is going to be written by fear the walking dead co executive producer kalinda vazquez who in. This article is commissioned by paramount paramount. Again paramedic riding an original star trek movie for paramount pictures. Along with of course j.j. abrams bad robot producing and so funny because bad robot is now all place. I mean. we talked about him on the monday. Show with the new superman story. That's in the works. Now we talk about possibly producing a new star trek movie. Of course we know his pass with the star trek movies. So i want to hear your thoughts. Do you actually believe that this will be the actual star trek film that hits the theaters. This is looking more promising than not at this
Winter Weather Affects Daily Routines and Livestock
"Millions of americans were without power after a storm brought snow ice blackouts and record setting low temperatures to swaths of the country on monday. A tornado struck in north carolina. Killing three people whether in recent days has left at least twenty people dead according to the associated press as we talked about last night on the show one of the hardest hit states has been texas as people there deal with power outages and bitter cold. Some farmers and ranchers are facing a crisis for that we turn to market senator clinton web high quinton so quinton to quote the texas agriculture commissioner. No feed no water and no heat doesn't make for a good situation. What is agriculture. They're confronting right now. That's a very clear. Summary from the commissioner extreme weather in texas has very disruptive for the farming community of course texas is a major agricultural sense at one of the largest in the country by the livestock poultry and that has created all kinds of problems with this extreme winter weather so those range from pipes freezing which means that poultry farms get. What's two chickens to mills being unable to operate which means problems with creating new animal feed to you know problems with getting enough water for cavs castle to cavs dying of exposure. It's really very difficult picture. We should point out. Texas is home to one of the country's largest dairy herds. What's happening with milk production. That's right so there's one cooperative. For example in dallas as a consequence of power rationing. They have had to close that processing plant and of course kyrgyzstan stop producing milk. Just because the power is rationed and the press plan is closed and so that results in this terrible can of wasteful situation where the ultimate the farmers are forced to pour the unprocessed milk onto their fields. This is something we'll be watching throughout the day. Quinton web thanks so much. Thanks very much
Celebrating The Class Of 2020
"Twenty twenty was a year of big changes for me as well. I took on hosting the show. It's almost been half a year and time has really flown. I remember when i found out that. I got the gig. I was buying pajamas. The official outfit and university of twenty twenty when the call came in and i yelled into my phone what And then there were a few other choice words I won't share here. I then went. And i grabbed a second pair of. Pj's a celebration gift to myself. And every time. I put on those. Pj's i think of that day it was a good moment. Another great moment was earlier. This season when i got a chance to speak with actor lorne cardinal who won the imaginative august schellenberg award of excellence. The award recognizes the work of an indigenous actor whose work celebrates the spirit and commitment that schellenberg showed over the course of his career. One of lawrence. Most recognizable roles is sergeant davis. Quinton from the hit. Tv show corner gas. I asked him if he thought taking on. The role of davis changed the course of his career. It did it did in the fact that just national recognition and from all all people they just know really like davis and the davis is basically my version of a pachinko clown. That's how i approached him. Was everything was exciting to him. Everything was new and fresh. That's where he gets so excited all the time because he's actually excited. He loves it totally. he's never halfway with anything. He's all in or nothing. And i mean what a gift to be able to play like a funny indigenous character right because frequently it is. It can be a lot of the same note. I think for seven dizziness actor so to be able to play you know a lovable clown and just live in that world of comedy for all of those seasons and still even now. Because you're doing the animated show right physical comedy. So i was able to bring those chops in as well with that innocent so i was throwing stuff in there and they were kind of like okay. Slow down there turbo easy. Then i can do okay. I'm like that if anyone gives me a prop it's all over. Couldn't find out what it does one of my favorite episodes of security cam. When i got to play with my keizer and i got the police. Shield is well. So how can they have fun with this dropping my hat and bend over and like getting myself into the throat with the police. Shield all the time and then trying to get into the car with the police. Shield while i'm into ended up seeing myself in guide to help me get out behind the wheel behind the glass in the driver's seat. When okay i'm getting phobic now you know it's one of the things. You're blessed with incredible writers. The comedy writers in canada working on that show so we didn't have to do any improvising or anything like that was all scripted and we stuck to the script and we made choices not to bring up the indigenous background of davis. He is what he is. The only time we did we did do. It was a great cup episode. Where davis leaves the tickets for the grey cup somewhere. And they're at the game and he can't find him and stuff in my partner tear. Is you know. Maybe they're in a glovebox. No because they're for gloves. They're not there and i said well i'm just go over there and get them off that person over there and then and tears go no. You can't do that you can't go scalped tickets. You can't do that and i go. Why because of macree man and she goes no. Because you're a cop and it's illegal in but in that scene original scripts said why. Because i'm a native man and so we had the discussion said i don't identify myself. As a native man i'm a crewman. So that's how davis would respond. I'm a man put. The writers wanted no no. We need a native. i said okay. So every take we did i said crewman producers. Come up to me. Say okay. Let's not just give them one so they have it. In the canon. The writers will be happy. Oh sure yeah okay. Let's do it again. I just would not budge on that. Because i know if i did it once they would use that one so i didn't give them any option and i explained. I said this is how i view myself is davis would view and so he doesn't say he's a native man he says he's creek like backwards heritage in one of the episodes. They wanted me to say the eskimo debate came up. And i said i'm not saying eskimo so again i had to defend my stand because i didn't want other people could say it but you know this is a derogatory remark to our brothers and sisters. So i'm not gonna. I'm not gonna say that. I'll say i'll say in you it.
Joe Mixon: Cincinnati Bengals place running back on injured reserve, will not play against Washington
"Will be on the road to take on the Washington football team this afternoon kickoff one o'clock here on your home for the best Bangles coverage. The Bangles will be without running back Joe Mixon for ELISA next three games. He was placed on injured reserve Saturday with a foot injury guard Quinton Spain and quarterback Jalen Davis were elevated on the practice squad on Saturday to the active roster for today's game, the return to that practice squad on Monday. Safety tray. Von Henderson was removed in the Copa 19 reserve list and was placed on the practice squad.
Control of NFC West at stake as Arizona Cardinals visit Seattle Seahawks
"To bottle up one of the NFL's top young quarterbacks. Here's Bill Heisman Trophy winner Cuyler Murray, using his arm and legs to lift the Arizona Cardinals to first place in the NFC West. Seahawks Middle linebacker Bobby Wagner notices Murray running with more of a purpose this season. Honestly, I think is the confidence I think when he first got into the you watched him On on a film when he was making the runs. He was just kind of run out of bounds Post Seattle Starting corners Quinton Dunbar and Shaquille Griffin did not practice Tuesday because of injuries. Unlikely they played tomorrow night at home against the Cardinals. Pac 12
What to watch for when the Seahawks play the Miami Dolphins
"For a Sunday football game against the one in two Dolphins. The Hawks are less than healthy team ruled out with injuries are defensive backs Jamal Adams and Quinton Dunbar, linebacker Jordan Brooks and coach Pete Carroll says. Those guys might rest until after the bye week, But there's an opportunity. You know if if a guy you know if it's just barely at the end of the week, he's just making it back that taking that extra week could be worthwhile, So we'll just have to gauge that as we go. Tomorrow afternoon in