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"rick tomlin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:34 min | 3 months ago

"rick tomlin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"So Brock is back with us here and you you said you're in Minnesota tonight on a campaign, stop to turn in petitions and that sort of thing how many ballots of the fifteen states you're focusing on? Are you already qualified on? All the were those are basically in the bag. They're not. It'll be over the next month or so you'll watch by the way I'm not just in. I'm in Minneapolis and I am one block away from the George Floyd. Memorial. Tournament I'm about to walk through what was the autonomous zone I'm not sure it's still in a own. Anything on fires. Now that I can see because I'm still on the I'm make I want to make sure that I give you all my time and attention and I WANNA make sure to also amping guys up I may a fan of the work that you do you run a run a wonderful wonderful show Camper. I love what you do. It's back to the to the thing. But I we don't have to talk about free talk live anymore I. Appreciate. It let's let's talk about Let's talk about your while you're saying about drug criminals specifically cannabis you said, you were behind maps and it's the multi, Multi Disciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies I. Think that's what it stands for. They do great work. So I totally agree with you. There does that mean that Brock Pierce if you were elected as president would within the first week or so signed pardons for all victimless criminals who are nonviolent in federal prison. I can't commit to that yet but that's the conversation that would you come out? For Ross Britt. That's an interesting one not first in the list we'd start with maybe Edward Snowden and work our way through he was. Telling. At not long and so I would encourage everyone listening that cares right. These this these conversations are on the table, right? If anyone was ever going to do it it's more likely this crew than any other crew that you've got listed right now. Because I, I, I'm not personally a believer in the the war on drugs I don't believe that drugs are a criminal justice issue I believe it's a a mental health and social issue and how do we assist people and I also don't believe that all things we call drugs are drugs. I think some of those things are proving to be medicines and I think some of the things we call medicines are looking more like drugs are we have an opioid epidemic in this country? I certainly don't think spending sixty, sixty, eight, thousand dollars a year. Throwing people into jail or prison for something that is not harming others is the right answer. If you take a look at countries like Portugal, look at the work being done in Switzerland, we now have pretty I think we got real statistics we've got real data empirical data. It's going back more than two decades. And I think that this needs Dan but I'd like to invite all of you. To participate in this conversation starting next week. The some of the topics that we just mentioned are going to be live and I invite you to participate in the conversation to figure out what matters to you on like any other presidential candidates you've had. We are literally giving you a voice. We believe Your Voice Matters Your Voice counts and we are putting forth our policy positions into a collaborative platform where you can comment at it debate etc, and so. I. About each of these, you're singing the tune that I definitely want to hear but I'm not hearing any commitment from you. So like you know you are in favor of how can you have an open source collaborative discussion about the issues when you just come mean this is what I think could change my mind. Well, okay. Fine. Good to have principles and positions WANNA have a possessing but I. But. I gave you my my positions I've said this. Think Right. Working I think it's causing more harm. Well, I'm saying, let's have this conversation right I'm telling you this is what I think. This is what does President Your Business have a conversation. Well, it has not up to hold on hold on it should be the idea that that we believed that the president has the answer to everything i. think what really is what matters most is, what is the process to getting to the right answer I believe in. Transparency Right. I. Believe in. Okay. I. Don't know the answer to this question, but let me show you how I get to the answer. Let me show you who the people are that I consult. Are they lobbyists or are they people that you've heard of and you have faith and confidence in and that's why we're holding public town halls we had one today we're having another one, a national town halls, every Wednesday going forward virtual town halls, which you can find on the website and then many town halls on each of these subjects. There will be a mini townhall specific talking about how do we end the? War, on drugs bringing in experts like Rick Dobelin. These conversations are going to be had leading up to the election because we want you to be part of the process, your voice I heard here and I hope that people are able to be brought on board with these ideas. You know if there's somebody like Rick Rick Tomlin present presenting these ideas than Shirley he's going to be persuasive. Shirley he's going to persuade many of the people in that audience that drugs need to be given another look in they need to be decriminalized and legalized, and the war on drugs needs to end. I don't doubt that that is. Something that would come out of those conversations I. Guess my question is Brock after how many conversations would you need to have before you would be able to make up your mind and say, yes, I as president will pardon Ross over to our listeners who don't know is the man who created.

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"rick tomlin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:54 min | 3 months ago

"rick tomlin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"So Brock is back with us here and you you said you're in Minnesota tonight on a campaign stop to turn in petitions and that sort of thing how many ballots of the fifteen states you're focusing on? Are you already qualified on? All. were. Those are basically in the bag. They're not it it'll be over the next month or so you watch by the way I'm not just in Minnesota I'm in Minneapolis and I am one block away from the George. Floyd Memorial. Tournament I'm about to walk through what was the autonomous zone I'm not sure it's still in a zone. Anything on fires. Now that I can see because I'm still on the I'm making I wanNA make sure that I give you all my time and attention and I wanna make sure to also amp guys up I, may a fan of the work that you do you run a run a wonderful wonderful show. Shot. I love what you do. Come back to the to the thing. But I we don't have to talk about free talk live anymore I appreciate that Let's let's talk about Let's talk about your what you're saying about drug criminals specifically cannabis you said, you were behind maps in the multi multi disciplinary. Association for Psychedelic Studies I. Think that's what it stands for. They do great work. So I totally agree with you. There does that mean that Brock Pierce if you were elected as president would within the first week or so signed pardons for all victimless criminals who are nonviolent in federal prison. I can't commit to that yet but that's the conversation that would you matt? For Russ Albrecht. That's an interesting one not first in the list we'd start with maybe Edward Snowden and work our way through. The list how long does? Signed. Not Long, and so what I would encourage everyone listening that cares, right. These. This these conversations are on the table, right? If anyone was ever going to do it. It's more likely this crew than any other crew that you've got listed right now. Because I I I'm not personally a believer in the the war on drugs I don't believe that drugs are a criminal justice issue I believe it's a a mental health and social issue and how do we assist people I also don't believe all things. We call drugs are drugs, I think some of those things are proving to be medicines and I think some of the things we call medicines are looking more like drugs are we have an opioid epidemic in this country? I certainly don't think spending sixty, eighty, sixty, eighty, thousand dollars a year. throwing. People into jail or prison for something that is not harming others is the right answer. If you take a look at countries like Portugal look at the work being done in Switzerland, we now have pretty I think we've got real statistics. We've got real data empirical data and it's going back more than two decades. And I think that this needs Dan but I'd like to invite all of you. To participate in this conversation starting next week. that. Some of the topics that we just mentioned are going to be live and I invite you to participate in the conversation to figure out what matters to you unlike any other presidential candidates you've had. We are literally giving you a voice. We believe your voice matters, your voice counts and we are putting forth our policy positions into a collaborative platform where you can comment at it debate etc, and so. I. Think about each of these you're singing the tune that I definitely want to hear. But I'm not hearing any commitment from us like you know you are in favor of how can you have an open source collaborative discussion about the issues when you just come mean this is what I think could change your mind. Well, okay fine. It's good to have principles and positions. WanNa have a possessing but I gave but I gave you my my positions I've said this. Think right I go. I think it's causing more harm. Well, I'm saying, let's have this conversation right? You this is what I think. This is what does your job? He's a have a conversation. Well, it has not. Hold on hold on it should be the idea that that we we believe that the president has the answer to everything. I. Think what really is what matters most is, what is the to getting to the right answer I believe in? Transparency Right I believe in okay. I don't know the answer to this question but let me show you how I get to the answer. Let me show you who the people are that I consult. Are they lobbyists or are they people that you've heard of and you have faith and confidence in? We're holding public town halls. We had one today we're having another one, a national town hall, every Wednesday going forward, virtual town halls, which you can find the websites and then many town halls on each of these subjects. There will be a mini townhall specifically talking about how do we end the war on drugs bringing in experts like Rick Dobelin, these conversations are going to be had leading up to the election because we want you to be. Part of the process, your voice is heard here and I hope that people are able to be brought on board with these ideas if somebody like Rick Rick Tomlin President presenting these ideas than Shirley he's going to be persuasive. Surely, he's going to persuade many people in that audience that drugs need to be given another look and they need to be decriminalized and legalized, and the war on drugs needs to end I. Don't doubt that that is. Something, that would come out of those conversations I. Guess my question is Brock after how many conversations would you need to have before you would be able to make up your mind and say, yes I, as president will a pardon Ross Ulbricht to for our listeners who don't know is the man who created and operated for some amount of time the Silk Road, which was the first the world's first underground drug and free market place on the Internet. And he's now in a to life sentence plus forty year prison sentence that will never end unless the president pardons him or commutes his sentence I mean at what point would you be able to make up your.

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"rick tomlin" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

09:50 min | 10 months ago

"rick tomlin" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"London soon. There's great interest in having these internationally and I think the the secret of this. All the thirty listened to you. Maybe he might make this the Metropolitan Police now. All the food is prepared from scratch. It's beautiful the I it's delicious and we don't rub people's faces in the fact that it's healthy food but people feel good eat there so and I supply a lot of the recipes. Ice Look for novel ingredients. And it's based on my philosophy of an anti inflammatory diet which developed so i. This goes back. Probably Twenty twenty four years. I began to see information. In the scientific literature about inflammation being the root cause of chronic serious chronic diseases. All the diseases of aging coronary artery disease. Alzheimer's Disease Cancer. That all of these things linked in purposeless low level chronic inflammation. Anyone might not and you don't necessarily know that you're inflamed right. No this is imperceptible. Inflammation you know. What on the surface of your body. You know if you're if you're injured or having infection there's local red heat nece swelling and pain that's inflammation but this can go on throughout the body at a very low level and it looks like if it persists This leads to these very serious chronic diseases so it seemed to me that your best strategy for overall health is to contain inappropriate inflammation and there are many influences on inflammatory status their environmental toxins that increase inflammation stress increases inflammation but diet. Has a you draw. And we have potential control over that so I looked at the Mediterranean diet as a template because we have enormous scientific evidence for the Mediterranean Diet being associated with good general health in jeopardy and I tweaked that by adding Asian influences to it from my experiences of my time in Asia. So I added spices like ginger and Turmeric and green tea and Macho and Mushrooms Asian mushrooms so came up with this anti inflammatory diet. It's not a it's not difficult to follow. It doesn't deny pleasure from food and that's the basis of the food served and true food kitchen and you and there's a book about the Anti Inflammatory Diet. Yes that's on all my in my website Doctor Wyle Dot com all of my recent books. You can find the details of that and obviously they'll be in the show next but I do want to ask you about supplementation. Yes so I was a health spa yesterday doing a little bit of investigative work and I will pass the IV drip room. And I said I really disagree. Obviously I make myself really popular when I did. You know what that's like when I said I don't really think I should be given an ivy. Renton you know what my current levels are. I should be tested first and then if there is a deficiency then maybe there is scope for. I couldn't agree with you more moreover. I think there's no reason to give anything. Iv when you can give these orally and I would not let anyone give me an IV infusion of something unless there was a really good reason to do that so that seems crazy to me but it is that kind of thing of Oh. I'm feeling of its sluggish. This week I'm going to go and get my fichman being while. There's your placebo effect at work you know. One of the classic placebos has been Jackson's vitamin B. Twelve that's that's over the years that's classic for actors. Singers performers sports people get a shot of B twelve. When you turn but the first one the first one always has the greatest effect and then subsequently fading that's Classic Placebo Interesting at any rate there. I sub supplements are not substitute for the whole foods that contain them because at best their partial representations of the complex of compounds that nature produces and. I don't think taking supplements excuses you from eating a good diet. But I think supplements can be useful as insurance against gaps in the Diet. I am a very careful shopper. I Cook for myself. I have a garden. I grow a lot of my own food. And I take a daily multi multi nutrient supplement because for one reason other such as when I here. I don't eat the The fruits and vegetables that I should every day and we need these micronutrients every day in the right amount so I think supplements can be used as insurance against gaps in the Diet and some of them in higher doses than you can get from foods have specific therapeutic or preventive effects like vitamin D for example. So and it's very it's useful to know about them then. It might not seem like today. 'cause it's a very peaceful bright sunny day in London quite a bit. There's a lot of vitamin D but You know. Interestingly there's also a lot of vitamin D deficiency in Saudi Arabia. And that's because people are either all covered up there in air-conditioned buildings all day and there's a great deal of vitamin D deficiency in Arizona. I live because dermatologists have made people so paranoid about the sun that everybody is slathered with sunscreen. And so they don't get vitamin D either suffocating blocking the receptors interesting. So if someone is listening to this thinking covered supplements what should I do? Is it a case? Maybe taking that step back and looking at actually getting in you know when our clinic at the University of Arizona when I don't actively see patients anymore but when I did and all the people that I work with do the same we had asked people to bring in everything that are taking some people would come in with two shopping bags full supplements and dump them out and you say. Why are you taking this? Well my neighbor takes it and you know she says. Why are you taking this? I heard on the radio. Why are you taking this? I don't I don't really remember. And a Lotta. These are duplicative unnecessary. And that the fun of the first things we do is just. We'd all this stuff out now. One of the things I do and this is inspired by my brother is if ever I start to feel even slightest bit unwell. I will great fresh garlic. Oh that's that's my go-to antisocial. Yes but it works. I do it at the first. Garlic is a very powerful antibiotic and The compound in it. That's responsible for that. It's called Allison and Allison is not present in an UN crushed garlic. Clove IT FORMS. When garlic is crushed up and is exposed to air and many people don't know this so if you want the health benefits of garlic you should mash garlic and let it sit for ten minutes before you use it if you do then you can add it to. You can cook with and so for and you get the Allison. So that's a good little tip that most people don't know but you're doing that if you're grading sorry listeners. I've just given doctoral my surprise. Like Oh my God. Thanks well okay. Can I ask you how you feel about question garlic with some Chili? This is if you get a cold and a shot of vodka and that sounds fine and then I go to bed a I think. Garlic is terrific and really good at. It's very useful at the first sign of a respiratory infection. Because it's an anti it's antibacterial antiviral and does a lot of good things for you and say better to do that than to take up. Actually I don't think any of the any of the over the counter cold remedies do anything. I think they're worthless and it actually may be counterproductive in that. They make people think that they're doing something. And then they go about their business when they should be resting and not exposing other people right okay. We're going to move onto something else. That could be a whole episode. But you've already kind of done an episode. Tim Ferriss about this. But I do want to reference it from my listeners because the experimentation in use of Psychedelia psychotropic says because has become fashionable. I'm getting these press releases about it and I know if people who were saying. Oh come to my house and I've got this shave and he's GonNa come along and keep his company while we do and I find that really worrying. The main advice would give people. It'd be very careful about who you do it with you know when you really want to check the credentials of these people who are guiding sessions. Because they're they're all applications of using these drugs and the ones that I've listened to for example. I know the ones that Tim Ferriss is funding. The ones that are actually helping with things like which is incredible but using it as like a hobbyist or this weekend. I'm going to open my mind. Well I think you know physically. These drugs are quite safe. Probably safer than any of the drugs medicine. But the there are real psychological risks to them and those are containable by attending to set and setting. You know but that's the skill of the the guy in arranging circumstances to increase the chance of a positive experience so there are. I get an awful lot of increase from people. Where can I find somebody to guide PSYCHEDELIC experience and I? It's I don't always know how to what to tell people about that but there is now there are one of the groups that's been very successful. You know about maps in the US. It's the multi. Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies Nonprofit Group the founder of that Rick. Tomlin almost single-handedly has been responsible for getting md where it is today where it's about to be legalized for treatment of PTSD. He's raised a lot of money for PSYCHEDELIC research..

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"rick tomlin" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:36 min | 11 months ago

"rick tomlin" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Federal study shows pollution in Puget Sound is weakening the shelves of young crabs trying to say they were expecting that but not until much later this century and now your forecast some scattered showers through to nineteen forties overnight with the low fifties again for Saturday was scattered showers and view some breaks possible from the cover seven pinpoint weather center I'm meteorologist clear Anderson gets fifty degrees in downtown Seattle I'm the boss miss anything follow us on Facebook to get caught up however radio ninety seven three FM news and talk powered by the Pacific Northwest Rick Tomlin Felix been out here on camera radio ninety seven point three FM and a glorious Friday here in the Pacific Northwest along with the eighteen producer Andrew Shonda Tory on boards Miley Katie who have worked with and you have as well yeah Felix the past couple days great to see you as usual you in traffic for us today Felix you went to school right around here Lake Washington high school in nineteen eighty six graduate a kangaroo proud came to represent yeah was there ever a teacher that you didn't like very much during her time for that we have for this segment you have yet lord no one that you would get into arguments with or maybe even felt like I kind of want to get into fisticuffs with this no there was a guy there was a guy coach Jim told and I don't I don't even know if he's still alive anymore he was coach of the kangaroos football team in their legendary like seventy five year winning streak that they had when they were the only high school and we had a hundred mile radius but when I was in high school in the early to mid eighties he had retired from coaching he was a substitute teacher he would fill in on my business law class and when.

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"rick tomlin" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:35 min | 11 months ago

"rick tomlin" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

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"rick tomlin" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

09:51 min | 11 months ago

"rick tomlin" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Pacific Northwest Rick Tomlin in my Katie on the show today in light of this corona virus case involving this man in every please now to be joined by doctor Peter Rabinowitz he is the director of the U. debit medicine for pandemic preparedness and global health is a new university of Washington collaborative working to fight infectious diseases like Ebola and seek of viruses and the new corona virus which is emerging in China doctor of benefits thanks so much for joining us that's a pleasure so you've studied a corona virus not set necessarily this case in Everett but what can you tell us about it in terms of symptoms severity and so on well this novel coronavirus which begin to break out several weeks ago and we'll hunt China resembles some of the other novel coronavirus is that we've seen in recent decades such as the sars outbreak in China and then the outbreak of Middle East respiratory syndrome in Saudi Arabia in two thousand twelve in these are basically via by restricting causes severe pneumonia and the person would have fever and pneumonia difficulty breathing and in some cases they can become fatal and what are the treatments available the treatments at the moment are mostly supportive as you know for many viral diseases we really don't have specific therapies so it's trying to keep the person alliance sometimes using a respirator taking care of other problems that they develop medically because of the infection and it said that the not always successful we don't have targeted therapies at the moment for a brand new virus like this SO three US airports are now screening for this out right move or what further steps do you think should be taken well I I do think we need to be cautious about travelers moving the virus to other places we've seen allocation that states there's been cases in several countries in Asia outside of China as well as movement around China there's the concern as you know with the Chinese New Year many people moving around that country and in and out of the country because of the holiday that that there's a real concern because the the the virus is thought to have originated in and out of all and then spread to people but now it appears to show the capability of going from person to person so how deadly would you say this virus has the potential to be compared to say Ebola it we're we're still learning you know in the in the initial stages will still learning of how many cases there really are and all of those cases how many are fatal there's a small number of people have died so far so we know that many more people are instructive than a than have died but one of the key differences between the ball R. and this type of viruses that this is a respiratory virus and is usually spread the respiratory viruses tend to be easily spread by things like coughing or being Justin them in close quarters with someone was a ball of Irish spread more through body fluids and and it's not so it's different control measures but respiratory viruses can spread very quickly and it makes us really look at the the story of what's happening with again sars the severe acute respiratory syndrome virus breaking out in two thousand to two thousand three in China originally among people who had contact with wild animals in markets and then murders breaking out in Saudi Arabia in two thousand twelve among people who had close contact with camels and now these cases coming from a area of China where there were markets it with animals and a good chance that these animals were the source of this virus it makes us realize that in the last several decades about possibly two thirds of all emerging infectious diseases are ones that come from animals and we have to really keep thinking about how we're managing our contact with animals and trying to keep animals healthy at the same time we're trying to keep ourselves healthy and then the real lesson here and how connected we are to the health of the animals on the planet as well yeah I know there's a lot of leg zoos in the areas or places where you can go and pet the farm animals everywhere and I always sort of you pull backing go is this wise should we be more cautious about that here you know around the Seattle area Pierce county and in some of these petting zoos or is that going too far to be worried about that I think it's I think it's a good chance to use a good common sense like hand washing and and realizing that whenever you contact another being whether it's your own or non humans there's the chance of exchanging some some germs as well as that as well as other things so that we we do need to use good precautions around around animals and at the same time animals provide so many positive things such as the cats in our house and things that we believe in usually the benefits outweigh the risks but we do need to be sensible and and and clear eyed about about the fact that they're always can do some research and and good good hygiene and things that we learned in kindergarten about washing there are things that we have to talk to a doctor Peter a been a weights is the director of the U. dub medicine for pandemic preparedness and global health is it in the public interest to know about a sickness if it's relatively isolated only affecting a few people or does it can only encourage panic in an unhealthy level of worry and potential anxiety it's always the balance of these things is that you don't want to create unnecessary concerned and then you don't want people to be overly blase about it either it's it's it's so hard to strike that balance I think that this is an evolving situation with the virus that potentially could spread in an airborne way and I I think being aware of of risk like this is better than not being aware of it and at the same time realizing that for most of the reasons you know your cancer of of of dying from contract in this new viruses is much much much smaller than many other common hazard sources said driving down the highway but but at the same time this is this is definitely a cause for public health concern and and I think as a society becoming even more aware of what are the things driving the emergence of somebody's infectious diseases local regional collectively not to not to have a crisis every time this happens that could be realizing that as the human population increases the animal populations are increasing contact with humans whether it's domestic animals or wildlife we're having a lot of contact with animals and we have to find ways to do that and help your way and and try to look for some of these outbreaks in the future so when it comes to pandemics in general and and this is that the latest news news case what keeps you up at night what fear deeply embedded in your sub conscious worst case scenario something like this spreading like wildfire fire or is there something that keeps you up at night have you seen the movie outbreak yeah exactly that's the one I say that the influenza continues to be you know it's been one of the largest historical killers in the last century and continues to to evade our attempts to totally control it and and has the ability to spread so quickly so influence the rest of the top of my list I'd I do worry about these novel coronavirus is because the sars outbreaks spread very quickly and fortunately died out after a certain period of time but it only takes some small mutations to become to become worse than that so those are some of the some of the top concerns I think the other concern is that we it with quickly chain and in some of the fight against Ebola and polio that that we lose the trust sometimes of of people that are at risk for some of these diseases and then if you if you lose people's trust in what you're doing then it's so hard to control these these at outbreaks even when you know what could potentially be successful if you don't have the support in the understanding of of people who are at risk for this whole idea of building trust in things like effective vaccines in public health measures is something that if if we lose that kind of trust were involuntary trouble thank you so much doctor Peter Ravenna wait said director of the U. de medicine for pandemic preparedness and global health really appreciate the time Greg Tom in a Miley Katie in today on Cairo afternoon drive.

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"rick tomlin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:35 min | 11 months ago

"rick tomlin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Has enacted into law presidential council kellyanne Conway spoke to reporters at the White House earlier today about the Senate trial yeah you need you cranes are really anybody else to help me Joe Biden is as foolish as as meeting the Russians opening arguments are to begin on Tuesday CBS news special report I'm going on some parts of North Texas have received more than four inches of rain already today and that's led to crashes and high water rescues med star says that it is responded to twenty three crashes with injuries and Tarrant county alone at the fort worth fire department had six high water rescue calls the fire department's Mike Trudell says that people may get tired of hearing turn around don't drown but so many of those calls are preventable if drivers will just take the long way take if you search on there to get to work but the alternative is that you know it's gonna take a lot longer to get to work when the part about it rest you out of your vehicle and he says the police and firefighters also take on greater risk because they respond to more crashes a police officer in a firefighter in Lubbock was killed when responding to a crash last weekend a fort worth firefighter was injured last month she was said while she was getting out of the fire engine at the crash scene on highway one fourteen a Collin county man is facing charges of child **** after police say they found eighteen terabytes of data on devices used to share and view child **** in his apartment to gifs perfect perspective on this eighteen terabytes could hold about six million photos at nine thousand hours of video or three point six million songs Christopher Shabazz was arrested on January the ninety was released on Tuesday after he posted bond leveling police have arrested a high school student for stabbing classmates K. are all these Kelly weeks reports investigators say this happened outside the cafeteria it Abilene high school around eight o'clock this morning Rick Tomlin with the Abilene police says the suspended student came to school targeting the two students other suspect did leave the area he was captured about eight thirty six so into our incident happened roughly about thirty minutes we did capture him off campus both of the boys who were stabbed are said to be around sixteen years old there's no word on the victims conditions can we please news radio ten eighty KRLD the Forest Hill police officer who was shot yesterday has been released from the hospital the Kerr Williams was shot in the forearm and your I. twenty and four still drive for still police chief Dan Dennis posted a video online he says Williams was on patrol when she found someone with a gun in the parking lot of a convenience store Dennis says that that person shot at officers hitting Williams he says that officers then returned fire the suspect jumped into a police car drove off he crashed on two eighty seven there I thirty and died in the car Dennis says the Texas Rangers are now leading the investigation also like to take a minute to express my personal gratitude for all the prayers and support from the community you for the ongoing assistance from our various law enforcement partners in a post on Facebook police went on to say we are very happy to report that the officer has been released from the hospital and she is resting comfortably at home for retail sales and they rose in December over November it's after holiday sales that had a sluggish start with a shortened holiday shopping season Ken Perkins is the president of retail metrics and he says that regardless of the numbers some retailers had a lower than expected December we've heard also from twenty five retailers a report holiday sales in the sales have been mixed if it's been a mixed bag in terms of who's reported but we've had twelve chains report negative holiday sales of growth in the lab and positive analysts say that low unemployment and widespread hiring are fueling consumer confidence well some high water rescues today after flash flooding we'll have details with traffic and weather together on the aids coming up in three minutes hiring can be challenging but ziprecruiter makes it fast and easy we talked to see Dillon Mr what's needed to hire director of coffee for his company cafe altura we would look through lots of applications for people who are not qualified it definitely felt like we were looking for a needle in a haystack so Dylan started using ziprecruiter and found is perfect candidate in a few days ziprecruiter is powerful technology identifies people with the right experience and actively invites.

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Suspended Student Stabs 2 Classmates At Texas High School, Police Say

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:37 sec | 11 months ago

Suspended Student Stabs 2 Classmates At Texas High School, Police Say

"Leveling police have arrested a high school student for stabbing classmates K. are all these Kelly weeks reports investigators say this happened outside the cafeteria it Abilene high school around eight o'clock this morning Rick Tomlin with the Abilene police says the suspended student came to school targeting the two students other suspect did leave the area he was captured about eight thirty six so into our incident happened roughly about thirty minutes we did capture him off campus both of the boys who were stabbed are said to be around sixteen years old there's no word on the victims

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"rick tomlin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:28 min | 11 months ago

"rick tomlin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Crimes and misdemeanors later on today Chief Justice John Roberts will swear in senators Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell it took four weeks but the democratic majority in the house of representatives is finally ready I'm already did fan there impeachment of the president when it comes as the government watchdog releases a key finding today house speaker Nancy Pelosi government accounting office confirmed that the president's actions at the center of our impeachment articles withholding congressionally approved military aides from Ukraine was delayed for CBS news special report I'm Steve K. for the heavy rain this morning led to a more crashes and high water calls in Tarrant county med star says that it responded to twenty three injury crashes during the busiest part of the morning commute the fort worth fire department had six water rescue calls and the department's Mike dread tall says that most of those calls are preventable we have they have been fatal when it comes to hot water with water we want you to get to work in really it's as simple as falling down and not drive through water which you can't see the road he says police firefighters paramedics face a greater risk responded on days like today because they respond to more crashes across the country seven first responders have been hit and killed at crime scenes already this year alone a police and firefighter were hit and killed responding to a crash in Lubbock last weekend and a fort worth firefighter was injured at a crash on highway one fourteen last month well Abilene police have arrested a high school student for stabbing classmates they are all these Kelly weeks reports investigators say this happened outside the cafeteria it Abilene high school around eight o'clock this morning Rick Tomlin with the Abilene police says the suspended student came to school targeting the two students other suspect did leave the area he was captured about eight thirty six bustling terror incident happened roughly about thirty minutes we did capture him all off campus both of the boys who were stabbed are said to be around sixteen years old there's no word on the victims conditions Kelly weeks news radio ten eighty KRLD the numbers are in and the number of flu related cases are up okay are all these Bailey Friday has the latest med star reports treating a record number of patients for flu related symptoms the season the new year just started but the number of flu like illnesses is already up almost fifty percent since December medstar officials say this time last year they were treating less than half as many people for symptoms of flu now they're treating about eleven people a day most of them women in their fifties Mr officials say it's unlikely there are many more people out there sick who aren't calling in to go to the hospital in Dallas County three more people of just died from flu related illnesses Bailey Friday news radio ten eighty KRLD eighteen terabytes of child **** sees from an apartment in Plano police say the man responsible is facing charges for it but he's not in jail it's very hard to actually put it in into words for people to to understand but it's it's it's a sh the very shocking amount sergeant Jessica pond says that undercover officers help to arrest the suspect in the case he is thirty eight year old Christopher Shari's berries was arrested on January the dot the ninth on charges of possessing child porn and and tend to promote child porn for perspective one terabyte is equal to one thousand gigabytes in an iPhone eleven pro can only hold hold up to five hundred and twelve gigabytes Chavez was released from jail on Tuesday after he posted bond well finally some bright news for Texas farmers the US and China have signed a trade agreement this is a huge deal for farmers and the Texas economy Kerry joiner with the Texas farm bureau says China has agreed to substantial purchases of U. S. add products over the next few years this agreement is going to allow greater market access for Texas farm and ranch products to China and he says this comes at an important time for Texas farmers which have been suffering through dramatic declines in net farm income in San Antonio Michael board newsradio ten eighty K. R. LD the force tell police officer shot yesterday's now been released from the hospital will have the latest on his condition plus traffic and weather together on the gates coming up get a whole new perspective on ram.

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"rick tomlin" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"rick tomlin" Discussed on WEEI

"I said to myself some of course alone all time I said this is the Browns of my new patients it's unbelievable I I hated the pages now son hate the Browns and I'm watching may feel to stupid moustache celebrate like they they won the Superbowl here okay needed they desperately need a Dino unfortunates on my team I know not play Moscow I know I'm not one these guys playing the he missed two kicks not just one okay I don't just one fifty something your water either one is fifty three correct but but not in it was fifty one what was is what has it was it was up there yeah I look there is several opportunities that the the bills have to win this that had a chance to win this game and defensively couldn't just couldn't stop the rush I mean hot it just they just they they they got to play better the offensively are on a rush that there's a problem there so what he saw it and we talked about last week has then there was a there was a problem for the Redskins just weren't good enough and Haskins a quarterback was a good up of Peterson had really nice fronts here that sells the events that we clean up that Russia and you saw the Browns as you watch that game get very very creative with Kareem hunt coming off that suspension a bit where they use a lot of motions though it to get the bills defense moving it open up even bigger holes for Nick Chubb to be able to run it so I'll I'll die and they start blocking watch yeah he he blocked greatly like thirty yards rushing he had some key blocks for choppy really that he did and that is that is a you know that's a tough loss for the Buffalo Bills and that's the Browns who are now going to try and rally here following that victory is there now at three and sixteen but you saw the impact the cream on and that's really has we've been employing area how many times we talked about this year with with that with the Cleveland Browns and and their play colon and and Freddie kitchen sees this get back to basics get back to what to find you a year ago run the football yeah pass off the run I don't care if you have Landry Beckham at the wide receiver position erring out doesn't work for them now it doesn't work it doesn't work for may feel is a lot of work or stills I understand a lot of great teams but if they get back to basics maybe they can surprise the people down the stretch here lets you play goody a juice was talking a lot of smoke the whole game back in you know into Miami but I'd love it's not about them it's about my Tina played great that's this record was busy posted pictures with his new girlfriend online I don't know that yeah Donna gave it a very attractive woman not during the K. I didn't know that Instagram model all where there is they say in the trade the millennials and influence maybe I should get into that twenty twenty yes some yeah really even a man man modeling that maybe you're right taz the moose modeling company then I'll just pass I thank you test your route I'm on my own and out of there you know once some ventures into myself I into everything what I understand I am just expect out of me when I am the trust and about a struggle myself in the mall again not gonna bring you along now what is going to be yeah bring the pretty face two guys model and hello it might be a market for that there might be we might corner the market on that one might be the only guys in the market but this there might have a corner the market Pete Mike they could do their side modeling gigs too no chance no need to see that now now I think we're good how spieler we talked a lot about the AFC north here in this segment right one more before we go to break because the Steeler fans gonna say what about us right they won four in a row there five and four on the year their win with Mason road off you look at making fits Patrick I was thinking about this last night is make it fits Patrick had an interception to seal the victory for the Pittsburgh Steelers people are saying look how good of a player fits Patrick gaze with a team that understands an organization understands how USM I need has he is a turnover machine all these whether it be he's he's already scored two defensive touchdowns a Pittsburgh Steeler and then start the year with them as we now they gave up their first round draft choice there was say well they're gonna have a top five pick no more I mean there are five and fourteen right now Pittsburgh Steelers are gonna have a top five pick so put that out the window he is an unbelievable player and he is a game changer in that secondary the other thing is you have to give Mike Tomlin a hell of a lot of credit they they they've won four in a row they're relevant in the AFC wild card race once again there's no Antonio brown there's no **** bell there's no better Roethlisberger and that team is five point ways to win games every single week Tomblin has been this might be one of the great coaching job that we've seen this year you might be up for coach of the year it's remarkable I complete John Rick Tomlin's done I agree and you and I got to gets not a lot of credit is that the C. K. Oct a Butler Keith Keith Butler yeah him letting him figure out how to use make if this passes the right way come from the dolphins what he has with his defense Joe Haydon doesn't get enough credit not defense yesterday tremendous to catch a can Hey what okay played excellent I mean they they you know they got a really good defense TJ water on the edge of the roof they got a lot of good players on this team on his defense and a ball man they they play hard they're legit that difference about feels no joke yet it they're fun to watch me and they really are and I'd be concerned about the red I was a little bit I know they're out there five and four they when they go up against a tough defensive unit got off really struggle strong the football and their offense of line troubled street really struggles of protection panels listen when we try my NFC champion I had was the rams sign up when was the cowboys now I I thought was cowboys who was already did they give the cowboys well yeah east all right I thought I had them with it but you I thought the same thing and now my just handed me a piece of paper and yeah its the yeah I have the I. N. C. champ I have the ramp who do I have saints I have the seeds you still might be OK I still might be OK although forty Niners have been the best thing I know what we we there's no love at all on all run down for the forty nine wood floor none and they're they're the only undefeated team in the NFL how we really nailed it we're on top eight five five two one two four CBS.

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"rick tomlin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"rick tomlin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"A good up of Peterson had really nice fronts here that sells the events that we clean up that rush and you saw the Browns as you watch that game give very very creative with Kareem hunt coming off that suspension a bit where they use a lot of motions though it to get the bills defense moving he then opened up even bigger holes for Nick Chubb to be able to run it so I'll I'll die and they start blocking watch yeah he he blocked greatly like thirty yards rushing he had some key blocks for choppy really that he did and that is that is a you know that's a tough loss for the Buffalo Bills and that's the Browns who are now going to try and rally here following that victory is there an hour three and sixteen but you saw the impact the cream on and that's really has we've been employing area how many times we talked about this year with with with the Cleveland Browns and and their play colon and and Freddie kitchens is this get back to basics get back to what to find you a year ago run the football yeah pass off the run I don't care if you have Landry Beckham at the wide receiver position airing it out doesn't work so Nijem now it doesn't work it doesn't work for may feel is a lot of work or stills I understand a lot of great teams but if they get back to basics maybe they can surprise the people down the stretch here when you play good eight juice was talking a lot of smoke the whole game back in yeah into Miami but I love it's not about them it's about my Tina played great that's this record was busy posted pictures with his new girlfriend a lot I don't know that yeah Donna gave it a very attractive woman not during the I didn't know that Instagram model all where there is they say in the trade the millennials and influence maybe I should get into that twenty twenty yes some yeah really even a man man modeling that maybe you're right taz the moose modeling company hello just pass a thank you to ask your route I'm on my own and out of there you know on some benches and I'll do my side to everything what I understand no I am to expect out of me when I am the trust and I'm out of the struggle myself into Molly do not gonna bring you along now what would be good bring the pretty face two guys model and hello it might be a market for that there might be we might corner the market on that one might be the only guys in the market but this there might have my corner the market Pete Mike they could do their side modeling gigs too no chance yeah no need to see that now now I think we're good how well this feeling we talked a lot about the AFC north here in this segment right one more before we go to break his the Steeler fans gonna say what about us right they won four in a row there five and four on the year their win with Mason road off you look at making fits Patrick I was thinking about this last night is make it fits Patrick had an interception to seal the victory for the Pittsburgh Steelers people are saying look how good of a player fits Patrick is with a team that understands an organization understands how to use them any task he is a turnover machine all these whether it be he's he's already scored two defensive touchdowns out of Pittsburgh Steeler and then start the year with them as we now they gave up their first round draft choice or was say well they're gonna have a top five pick no more I mean there are five and fourteen right now Pittsburgh Steelers are gonna have a top five pick so put that out the window he is an unbelievable player and he is a game changer in that secondary the other thing is you have to give Mike Tomlin a hell of a lot of credit they they they've won four in a row they're relevant in the AFC wild card race once again there's no Antonio brown there's no Olivia bell there's no better Roethlisberger and that team is five point ways to win games every single week Tomblin is paid this might be one of the great coaching job that we've seen this year you might be up for coach of the year it's remarkable I complete John Rick Tomlin's dog I agree and you and I got to gets not a lot of credit is that DC Oct a Butler Keith Keith Butler yeah him letting him figure out how to use make if this passes the right way come from the dolphins what he has with his defense Joe Haydon doesn't get enough credit net defense yesterday tremendous to catch a can Hey what okay played excellent I mean they they you know they got a really good defense TJ water on the edge of their that really got a lot of good players on this team on his defense and a ball man they they play hard they're legit that difference about feels no joke yet it define the watchman they really are and I'd be concerned about the ram is a little bit I know they're out there five and four they when they go up against a tough defensive unit got off really struggles throwing the football and their offense of line troubled street really struggles and protection panels listen when the tie my NFC champion I had was the rams sign up the cowboys now I I thought was cowboys tums aren't is they give the cowboys well yeah east all right I thought I had them with it but you I thought the same thing and now my just handed me a piece of paper and yeah its the yeah I have the I. N. C. champ I have the ramp I have saints I the seeds you still might be OK I still might be OK although fourteen hours have been the best thing I know what we we there's no love at all on all run down for the forty nine would for none and they're they're the only undefeated team in the NFL how we really nailed it where I stopped eight five five two one.

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"rick tomlin" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

09:06 min | 2 years ago

"rick tomlin" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Andrew Miller been thinking a lot about Lee Smith and heading to the hall of fame and commission. Rick and in claves, just looking at Andrew Miller, some of the talk about his workload and some of the questions about his workload. Holy cow. You wanna talk about workload look at least Smith and a handful of times Rick that he was not only coming on to save games. But was pitching a hundred plus. Innings ninety plus innings that was you know with regularity. I think only him and Mariana Rivera really the workload over the number seasons is is about as close as you can find I think he had like one hundred sixty five or seventy saves of more than one inning out of the four hundred seventy eight. And one year he had like eight or nine of three innings. We're actually had to bat once in a while to which was an experience. Well, you can throw Bruce suitor into that mix to another guy that had a lot of innings for reliever. But the worst part about Lee Smith is he pitched about thirty percent of those innings in the dark field before they had lights, and you know, he comes in strolling in as slow as possible in the eighth and ninth inning. He on unbelievable. Yeah. He'd be he'd be fine for sure. But but he was nasty when it got got the twilight at Wrigley. You know, what I always tell people that same thing when they ask about Lee Smith, I said go ask a hitter who had to face Lee Smith with no lights and dusk is about to set in. And then, you know, he used to load it up a little bit with little Jerry curl activator. So he was impossible to hit. Now. Here's a question. I asked you. Maybe. Whatever it takes. Question for both. You guys what had what Lee Smith had thrown inside more. How many do you think he would have had? Where he said he's heard that from a lot of people. Notably Mike Schmidt. And at least, of course, said why don't you tell me that when I was. But she thinks he would've had over five hundred saves, but he's goes back to Isa's Fergie Jenkins is the one guy you taught me how to pitch and Frankie Jenkins never through inside. Either. You're always on the slider ball, and he's in the hall of fame. So good for him. Good enough for me. So let me take it to this next question. How did the riders blow it in not voting him in before? Now where he was getting close. He was up to about fifty point six percent needing seventy five percent of the vote. And then the steroids era guy started come on the ballot Sosa McGwire bonds Clements Powell Mero, whoever you know. And while none of those guys got in. They did take up a lot of votes. You know, Clements steroid era guys Bagwell's. Sure. Sure. The conversation was was even more about during that time who we're going to not vote for vote for Smith. Didn't get the natural rise. He he started descending. Like, you got worse or she was getting older, but still they got worse than fifth and fifty to forty s and it does happen. But what tells me the esteem in which he's held was there? Sixteen voters on this panel at the winter meetings in Las Vegas. He got all sixteen votes. And we're talking about club owners. We're talking about gentleman's hall of fame players all day managers like Tony. And Joe, Tori. And he got every vote and that doesn't happen. But they all saw him pitch to know. Like there was one member who wanted to bring up ERA, but those guys actually saw his impact on the game. And I think that was important. And I think that's where I think a lot of writers just look at the numbers, and maybe didn't talk to enough people who maybe didn't see him work because had he seen in work. They probably would have had a different opinion you mentioned that Wrigley field. The writers often had to leave the press box which is high up above Wrigley field and go down and sit in the box seats behind the cubs dugout to get onto the field. At the end of the game to go to the cardinals clubhouse, which was upstairs again in Iraq through the dugout. Bunch of steps up. And I got down there and Lees Smith is pitching. It's about four thirty four forty five and George Hendrickson. The on deck circle shaking his head. He knows his chance. Not looking at that. I'm saying he has got no chance. It was really dark talk about game over bingo on the field upstairs. I think it's been accurately described guys as because of the amount of players and guys who played in the steroid era. Even guys who were not as a -sarily ever implicated with steroids. Jeff Bagwell took him seven years on the ballot to get in Tim Raines famously decade on the ballot. So many championed his cause to get in. You had you know, Trevor Hoffman three go rounds Vladimir Guerrero a couple of go rounds because some guys don't wanna vote certain guys in first ballot. It's been described as a front walk that you've got so many qualified players through no fault of maybe a voter. We could sit here, and we could include Lee Smith or economically Smith, and you could come up with ten guys every year and more than ten guys every year who are more than qualified to get in. And it's a shame that because of that someone like Jimmy Edmonds falls off after the first year. I'm not saying he should be voted into the hall of fame. That's a different discussion. But fact that he falls off Rick after one year, I think is just a testament to how front logged this process. I think you're very right about that. And I also think there's a kind of inherent issue of it being subjective to so you're you're gonna talk and you mentioned that as well. But you're gonna have a writer they'll say, well, look he played in Colorado. So I'm not going to go with Larry Walker. But yet he might not say I'm going to vote for Lee Smith who had to pitch in Wrigley field with the wind blowing out most of. Of his career. So I mean, so it's very subjective. Based on what kind of feeling you have about the is one more important or is being being an absolute star for a few years. Sadie Colfax was the best pitcher on the planet for a very short period of time. And he got arm issues and was out very very young did not play a long time. But everybody who saw him knew that Saint Colfax is a hall of Famer. So the the nobody cared about what place he was pitching in at that time. So again that's years and years ago, but I think it's we'd become so savvy about it in. There's so much information out there on the internet that we're all kind of picking and choosing. What variables Rick? We liked the best Barbara come into a spot this year. Now, we're Ted Simmons is going to name. His name is gonna come up on the next veterans committee. Ballot and unlikely Smith or guy fifty percent of the vote. Ted Simmons got three point seven percent of the vote only year he was on the ballot. That means that. About four hundred and thirty five of the four hundred and fifty people voted on that election did not vote for Ted Simmons is one of their top ten now think about role that around in your point. And and now that he only one vote short in Orlando last year, and you know, he on that committee were Don Sutton and Robin yount who play with on the eighty two Milwaukee Brewers club which got to the World Series. So that that helped as as bays was held by LaRussa and riser of now helped the ten other guys voted for Bain stupid sides. Those two Baines is going to open the door for what you're talking about. Though ribs is how many guys had careers like Harold Baines. That are now in that log jam of people that I think in this case, you know, being part of lockout because he'd been at three thousand hit guy to strike both. So I think, you know, health whatever he was the three thousand hit guy. So he would have. And a great teammate, and I can speak from. And I was thrilled that he got in absolutely thrilled. You have the variable of didn't play defense all the time too. And so that is weighed differently for different voters as well. And and how how important is defense. I mean, we know by being at the Saint Louis cardinals at Ozzie Smith defended his way to the hall of fame. Now, we also had to hit to get there. But but by far the best player on the defensive side in the game for an entire decade any earned it. But I think what what's great about the game. Now, it's we're dealing dealing now with people who have a specialty skill where they're the best to what they do. With Baynes in Edgar Martinez being the best D H is we witnessed Bruce suitor. And we're gonna see Rivera and Lee Smith the best closers. I think we're going to specializes thing which is fine with me because you know, I don't expect a closer to be a good hitter. I don't expect certain guys do things that you know, they're not expected to do. But if they're really really good at that aspect, then you gotta go. I can't wait till we get down to level of where we're picking the guy who's best at picking a guy off a first base. Then I'm going to be back and be gone by the rookie. I hope I hope. It's cardinals countdown to opening day presented by Arun. Chris Rabi, Mike clayborn joined by Rick Tomlin record. And let's take a quick break. We'll be back. Plenty more to come. As the guys hanging out in studio this hour back in a moment of the Saint Louis cardinals radio and.

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