18 Burst results for "Rush Lake"

"rush lake" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

05:46 min | 3 months ago

"rush lake" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"When I was the coordinator for the task force, one of the major cases that we worked was the investigation for Andrew cunanan. By the way, I got to tie into that. So his first homicide that he committed was in east rush Lake up in Minnesota. My or up my sister and brother in law live up there, their parents, their family has a cabin up there. We went up there. We went by the spot. Where he committed his first homicide up there and I'm going, I mean, it was weird because you think about all the other stuff, but I was looking for the ex on the water going, hey, this is, you know, this word, no X on the water, but I mean, that's my little tie in when I was reading that. It's like, I've been to that exact spot, and it's amazing. He starts in Minnesota, you know, works obviously all his way down. I think it was Florida, right? It works his way kills Lee maeglin in Chicago. He kills a man in New Jersey, and then he ends up killing Gianni Versace in Florida. Yeah. Well, but you also got involved in the Texas 7, too. Yeah, that happens after I get back to headquarters as well as the railway killer Rafael rescinded Ramirez. He was the serial killer, right? About 30, did they think or so? You know, the number has varied anywhere from about 15 to 17 up to about 28 or 30 over the years. I don't think he was totally candid at the end and describing all those or maybe he couldn't remember all of them. He was involved in cases from Florida to Washington state. Up into Michigan, but primarily along the southwest border because he was writing the rails going from place to place, finding his victims in homes that were nearby the railroad tracks. And it's so complicated too, because now you've got somebody basically has no permanent address, no location, they just write the rails and go state to state. The crossing of jurisdictional boundaries creates problems because until you can link the cases together, you think you're working just a homicide. You know, I've got a homicide in my jurisdiction, right? You get to start linking these things together. But anyway, but that too, and then what did that case come before the Texas 7 or after? The Texas 7 was, I believe in November of 2002 1001, the railway killer was before that. That was in 99, I believe. 99 or 2000. And those kind of people they don't carry cell devices or electronic devices that you can exploit. I mean, it's hard to find those people. They didn't back then. I mean, most of your drug dealers at the Marshall service pursues, they have to have communication with their clients and so in some ways they make it easy on us until they figure out ways to get around it and then you can just get around the ways they got around and then we're back to this mouse game. We came up with game of crimes. Game of crimes. Commercial. But the Texas 7 happens December, I think, of 2000 because that's right before 9 11 and then obviously a year after 9 11 is when the whole D.C. sniper starts too. So because the other thing too, things like all of these cases in your book to if people go look, these things are not only documented, some of these have been turned into miniseries or some of them have got other stories around them, especially America's most wanted was really good, especially on the Texas 7. They killed. I think it was Aubrey Hawkins, was the police officer who was killed by these guys. And just, you know, it's just Billy, it's amazing..

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"rush lake" Discussed on The Generation Red Podcast

The Generation Red Podcast

03:19 min | 11 months ago

"rush lake" Discussed on The Generation Red Podcast

"Season highlight vhs etc had just had all sorts of goodies. And i remember one time very vaguely. But i know it happened that we were sitting you and i were like a movie night. And yet we watched the husker game and It was Yeah we watched a sorry. I was i was trying to replay it in my mind. Just vaguely spat out of the the generalities we watch. We watch the husker game. It was a it was a was. It was if floor might was it. Miami was yes as miami. It was the one where he breaks. How many tackles can one man break florida. It was florida okay. I just had a total brain fart. There was one that we came back in the fourth quarter. Florida was the one that we had control of the game courses. Yes i couldn't remember who. He smacked the crap out of and it was florida. Okay yes run. Cost me fifty bucks by the way. Yes and i. I remember that because you were sitting there. And it was so incredible of super hyped. And then i was like rewind it and you like re re round it and i watched it again and like that was once again one of those like early memories of like the like the adrenaline rush lake excitement of watching husker football And then yes and then you telling me. Oh wow son i you know. I probably shouldn't tell you this. Don't tell your mom this or something like that. But i lost paul pool. Yes i was a. I was in which it was funny because when you said that i was so young the only that i imagined was like you guys had like a swimming pool and you had like cash in the pool. Yes i remember that. Caricatured lake dislike imagined thing and i was like and then i thought pool like pool balls playing pool and then it was like no no no. It's like a collection of money. And i was like. Oh i got it a by. Yeah that that's one of the I love watching those highlights. Which obviously i'm terrible at memorizing. Which games were witch. But you know. that's all good It was it was. It was a feeling of immense glee. Enjoy watching tommy gis breakthrough everybody. Anybody and then looking at the clock going. There's like ten seconds left in this quarter for you. He would just waited till the next quarter. I would took home fifty bucks. Because and here's the kicker here's the kicker my numbers were two in eight. If nebraska had a to the second number of the column of their score and florida had an eight. I take home fifty bucks for the end of that court. So i missed it..

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"rush lake" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"rush lake" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Share some of this data because I do think the power has become so overwhelming with social Media Twitter in particular that most people don't actually look at the numbers. Less than 8%. Of US citizens are active Twitter users that's even lower when you consider political Twitter. If Twitter work congressional district, it would vote like Portland, Oregon. This is from John Newman. 10% of Twitter users create 80% of the content focused on politics. It's not the real world. What I always say is it is a carnival funhouse version, Buck Of the real world. And if you try to adjust your behavior, which far too many politicians and corporations are doing, it's like standing in front of a carnival funhouse mirror and thinking Oh, I'm fat. It's made you look fat. Oh, I'm skinny. It's major look skinny. It's not an accurate representation of the country, and so when we respond to it What we end up doing is drastically overrating the value of it as a as a mechanism by which to determine the overall mood of the country. And I think that's working in the censuses favor. I think so, too, and The New York Times it has been said has as an assignment. It's assignment. Editors. Actually Twitter What I would add to that is that the echo chamber effective Twitter on news coverage is incredibly powerful for a lot of people listening. They're listening to us on on hundreds of radio stations across the country there thinking well, Twitter. I mean, so many folks aren't honored as you point out, but it's a way for for narrative to be communicated in real time from one news organization to another. And then they can all point to each other. By the way they did. There was a New York Times reporter who was jumping all over Fox News for pointing out the falsehood of the initial story. And it was. Why are you reporting on them? Getting it wrong? You know, kind of everybody makes mistakes attitude, except as we know Well, if you're going to get things wrong, you should be held to account for it. And in this case, I mean, this was recklessly bad reported. Also, it only seems to be wrong in one way. Yes, like that's my thing. Trump like If you think back to all the things that people got wrong about Trump and what they're getting wrong about this Santa's, there's never a point where you sit back and say, Oh, that's a really favorable story that ended up being false. Like whatever it might be right? You would think if you were just occasionally getting facts wrong that the facts wouldn't always cut in a negative way. There'd be sometimes and be like, Hey, Rhonda Santis. He saved 10 people from a burning building. Oh, that didn't actually happen, But at least there was a positive story, right? Donald Trump. There was a boat that's saying during a trump rally, and he swam and he saved 10 people and you're like, Oh, well, that didn't actually happen. It's only negative stories that are not true. And the negative stories are not something I want everyone to understand this. There is no reporter who feels badly about writing a story that trashes Trump or just Santis or whatever, because they've served the purpose at the time rewarded. That's right. They get bigger contracts. More followers Look at Russia collusion, which is something we will refer to as a as a background note. I'd say for this show sometimes. Russia collusion four years. And this is terrifying Commentary on the American media in general Total lies all full of nonsense. And if you look and you and I know this because we see the people who were at the front of the Trump is Putin's puppet train. Bigger book deals, more followers on social media elevated at all the zero negative consequences. So the actual market incentives for the Democrat left for the fake news as Trump used to call them. Rightly so. Is to keep doing exactly what they've done, So I just want everyone. This is why you see these things like Death. Santa's trending. This is why this continues to happen. They're terrified of distances because on some level, De Santis is logical. Trump Going to unpack that a little bit more when we come back. I'm also going to give you the latest poll results. Nearly 20,000 of you have voted in the 1st 20 minutes. Most recent straw poll for 2024. These were the top four candidates, according to the voters. Ron de Santis, Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Mike Pompeo, who would you support get your votes in? I'll update you on those 1st 20,000 when we come back and Will discuss if there's any significance of these early straw polls. That's next to finish off the first hour. I'm Clay Travis. He's Buck Sexton, who is the leader right now in the 2024 clubhouse. We'll discuss next time slot on loan from Rush Lake Travis and Buck Sexton on the E I B Network news.

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"rush lake" Discussed on Bro Bro Bro Bets

Bro Bro Bro Bets

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"rush lake" Discussed on Bro Bro Bro Bets

"Kind of leading towards market though. I wanted to get your guys do know. The party is for store owner in the vegas to win and marceau to score and things to win. I have no idea. i'll put it out. Check it out. Thank you my boys. Stay hawk mike and brazil. Hot things vegas tonight on the too but it's really hard about against colorado wouldn't talk line and every single year and they played in the place. We don't have to play player problem. No i know about that. I think i think they're coming. Soon i think they need to flip. Switches awesome giorgio flip switches flip. The switch i. They're going back to florida tonight. Flurries giving star closely. I just don't know if they can do it with colorado being at home. Colorado being at home makes me lynn colorado. I'm gonna go with them. And regulation minus one. Twenty five mean good. I mean we're not saying that colorado is going to win tonight fucking. I am good luck taken against betting again. I have to write till proven other. Someone comes within a goal to have to stay with colorado. So i do like flora getting back in there and that should help. We'll see what vegas does with him in there. I think they'll probably play a little bit more inspired with him. Do stone marchessault his picks. There how can you not the guy vegas and said puts tons and tons of pucks on. Net isn't as deep at the center position. They're much more skilled on the wings. Colorado's really good at center and center kind of in hockey. It's a very important position at. Yeah playmakers it dries it. Usually the driver for the line. vegas eighteen seven in the last twenty five thousand four in the last fourteen on the road. But that's not against colorado colorado five obviously straight up now the over in this one to colorado's basically hitting over themselves until five and a half to minus one six until we see otherwise. Just sim colorado ride the way it's going to end. Maybe things change wants to seriously to back to t mobile reno if they can get a little adversity. Let's see how colorado is but until until that happens. There's no need to go against them until the gold ponies up there back in vegas firing up the crowd johnny de lorette johnny delaware on the gory from ottawa. What's dude what are you sends. Fan tragically killed a couple years. Come down to i agree. I got some crazy politics. I don't know if you've been watching. The i h h world championships. Every there you know they have the quarterfinals tomorrow and ought been looking pretty good So i have the two locks. I have the. Us plus one ten puck line. Of course every the american and i also inland minus one six three though beat the czech republic all right i don i mean i like shadow canada calling to give us fucking ihf fence. I international hockey international better. Yeah so you know what it is. It's all the guys basically who are eliminating the playoffs. Go and play for their country. International tournament actually. Oh so like. They're actually professionals. I thought it was like juniors. Now sweet now they can grab like a junior kid here and there. Sometimes they'll guys they'll come play with to get knocked out of the playoffs will join like halfway through the turn those guys love husky and their country call on tv here in the states all the money and one eight three three four six two two three three three. Got that thing out now. One eight three four six two two three three three call money line spots are open now since we have answered. Callers one more hockey call. We'll get to the next game night. Turner from what are you got. Turner hammered down hammered downturn. a With going back to the lightning game from last night. Fanduls basically just giving away on the player props for victor hedman on assist. He's the first defenseman. Have tends to ted assists and this many playoff game since nineteen ninety. And they're just the odds on that for. I've been hammering the past having games. It hit every single time. What are the odds. You know what they are tonight For tomorrow night in they'll they'll become an out probably tomorrow. I did see that last night at nine assists and i was like it was i opening and that's pretty good little stat there and prop the ride also like mcsporran said. I'm looking for him to goal soon. Because he's usually guy what's puck into that a pretty decent pace and he hasn't been able to do that so far the playoffs yet. You've got ten points and they're all says Tonight has and jets. I'm sure gumby is on the house. But i'm taking the jets take in winnipeg. Plus they're even money in regulation. I'm gonna stay away from the total just to see how game one shakes out. I did go over and six of montreal. Seven when they played winnipeg during the Regular season though. So we'll see. I don't like to carry over the regular season trends of the playoffs. But seal game one shakes out. I'm taking and taking corner. Hello book calc. Owner young goal score for winnipeg underrated in terms of the league. He's a thirty goal scorer of the past three years. I don't think a lot of people know who he is. And he's very good for the jets. He's wanna keep an eye on pow. If there was a game that we're gonna get god. It would be this one coming off game. Seven could be a little bit. Let down but been like a week. No i mean. I'll rush lakes baby. I'll keep riding the plus money the hats and carry price. Okay yeah got to do it. Obviously i'm not gonna pick on this game but who am i to sleep. This is one that doesn't look visually appealing when scrolling through the channels and you see this one on there but i. It's going to be some entertaining. These two goals are just going to stand on their heads. Well at least tonight since they're on at least you watch both games. Well done well done gerry. Pay half five hundred fans. Or i don't know i don't know what they're doing is allowed any or if they're going to do the five hundred frontline workers things like toronto. Canada do did stink. Montreal had like three thousand though. Didn't they montreal spot. Also tonight like i mean maybe winnipeg puck line. Even it's almost it's almost pushing two hundred. It's at one ninety five all right before we move on from hockey we do have one last call from isaiah from also from ottawa. Big auto show. I is a pretty good eupol. I got chew on player future for the cons. Might and just a quick note. I believe when intake is having five hundred or so vaccinated frontline workers for the first game. Here we is at my chew tech's gave orlando scarred for the console. I think a really good leader. And i could see him showing because idly in the cup final i personally believe colorado lagan and then one baker headman that plus seventeen hundred just an absolute beauty for the detention. And i think he just gonna quarterback tampa bay right.

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"rush lake" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"rush lake" Discussed on Pantheon

"Revolution mother Earth are so. I love the. And then I remember I'm like all my God another Ozzy Ballad. Own. So I was going to tell you a story. So usually I listened to my items library when I owned The music right because I ripped all the CDs into itunes. But the song wasn't in my library and I was like what the hell happened to the songs. So I remember my computer at the time only had so much memory. So I never ripped all the songs office CDI only rip rip off the songs that I liked. And I remember after him the sunlight. Yeah. This song is ball ru tall. Thank God I was listening to it on my phone because almost through my phone out the window I texted you guys I just heard a song almost on my phone out the window. This was the song because until like it gets five minutes. And Randy active cuts in a minute seven by himself unlike all okay. I would've taken that I'll tell you after listening to this I. Appreciate de more. This is a Baru Toll Song. This is way worse than any maiden dinosaur songs. So. All right. So the rush fan in me. In. Enjoys the no wait. Let me. Let me let me finish. Let me finish. It's not a great song. It's a tough listen I can get through it because I I'm a rush fan I like the transitions that it makes with with some of the it starts off one way it ends another way gets fast and the guitars kin. Yeah. Those weird vocal effects. Like what Just happened right now somebody fucking is playing like some fucking one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, two video game right now in the middle of the song and then you get the keyboard stuff the piano I I'm sorry I like it. It reminds me of an Elton John Song I. Don't know if anybody else there is an Elton John Fan I'm a huge Elton John Fan. He's GonNa song called funeral for a friend and it starts off it's multi-layered weird kind of song. And it reminds me of that. It's a combination of that and like something from rush that being said, I'm not a great song I'm not going to tell you that it is. I enjoy it, but it sticks out like a fucking sore thumb on this album as you cruising through blizzard of Oz and you get hit with this wait a minute which has happened it should it should probably the last song but I can tolerate a little bit more than. Than Sunny and probably Zeus I'm assuming as well. So. This will have to be the probably greatest difference of opinions throughout all of our bonus episodes ever. All right. This is by far. The most epic song? He's ever done. Walking love this song. This song is fucking off the charts. Brilliant okay. Why the bill I thought I was going to be the one that like the most while not even close I. Fucking love this on. It is really the vocals. The lyrics are fucking fantastic. What's wrong with talking about fucking being saving the Earth back in nineteen seventy nine slash eighty-one. That's fucking great. In addition. I would say. The. Rake and that build up is probably my favorite build up of any musical piece in any fucking Song I've ever had. That piano. And that little break and then it gets into the first break it breaks down and then the piano goes a little more the second break you think it's going to be more piano. Guitar picks up I have as a since I was a little kid. I don't know about you guys. You ever play a guitar. If you ever imagine yourself being a guitarist and doing a solo. There is nothing greater than this to me. This when he picks up and plays guitar and then goes into that rift to the that's awesome. That is every fucking speed metal thrash metal right there there. That's the blueprint that takes over that whole style that riff is sane and then he just goes off. On, my own my God, and then the drums big dinner and and. and. It's like an epic closing, Dan debt and. Holy Shit Vet fucking stuff. Till this day when I hear that Song I, like the beginning part and I'm dying dying to get to that break and then wait for that I, get built up. No just as first panel break and then the beautiful little melody does Don Airey does. And built up bills up, and then you go in and Dan? Tenant. Dan Oh. My God that's Shit fucking. That is the greatest guitar for me ever if I can play guitar. So when I was that good, that's it right there. fucking. Rock out with your cock out. Jam Out with your clam out nothing better than that. Okay. I. Think we have our first legitimate. What the fuck is going on moment right now because the song is good I, do enjoy it. I think you I. Think you may enjoy the song more than Ozzy enjoy the song and it's funny because I wanna say this. You may not know it. Because of your hatred for Getty. Lease Voice. But your you know your rush fan. And I'm going to tell you why you like this song. This is a rush song. This is this is the kind of music that rush makes from the late seventies right around until one thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, two no one is doing that guitarist you don't tell me that I. Not That break when he picks up and. You. Know that that is not every fucking blueprint of thrash metal going forward I hear metallica throat that stuff right there. It's like a whole different style of. Metal. Guitar, just got through. There and I you know through the research in reading this album and going through this and listen to other artists in other interviews and other musicians talking about the all talk about like that point in that song changed a lot for Rockstar for metal guitarist. It's true. It's Classical metal that fucking rift. Whole Shit now i. I enjoy it because it is very it is very rush lake for me with the way the. Slapdown go ahead away this way the song transitions, but his sunny going to say. In Re syllables Ball Reu. Song. Is Not sh? Side you. Disagree with me toward that end not think that it's fucking at least you don't like it I. Love the last minute because song for. You don't want hear you don't want to hear it. Yeah I don't want to hear the first five minutes. Yes. I could say that I'm I. Love It. What can brutal? Oh, I'm. I'm actually I'm happy to hear that Zeus likes it because that means. I there's a shot at getting you into rush on might be an opening album tom they might pay holding. The album we'll see not this time around but will die. So that was revelation mother earth. Let's go to the final track. We're not gonNA. Do you look at me looking at you which is the bonus on the stuff because we're going to try to keep these classic albums based on the albums as they were released. So.

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"rush lake" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"rush lake" Discussed on Pantheon

"So. One of the things you get from Medan is part comic book part intellect, part history, channel part, medal, right and. The. This is a beautiful composition I mean, it's partially him that Bruce used to sing in school partially about Alister Crowley is. Partially Indu Philosophy. What no Buddhism whatever But. This is exactly why although it's a great song beautiful composition I'll say that this is exactly why I don't have a maiden desert island album because this is where they get a little to Prague for me like I I need I can hear and listen to iron maiden in four to five minute does is but when there's a lot of time changes, they lose me a little bit loved the Intro I can tell you normal people go to the opera or theatre to get their culture rockers go to made analysis I get it and we're quite a bit away from Ohio Yeah. Yeah. All right. Way Away from that. But these guys this song is like at the outer edge of if I went to the next step, I would love rush. This is this is where this song kind of lies for me. I was just GonNa say that I love this song and it's one of the reasons why I love rush. It's a long song. Very prog has tons of transitions and time signature changes throughout it just like rush that riff at the beginning when the song kicks in. That sweet leaf by Black Sabbath when the song kicks when the song kicks into gear that that that that is sweet leaf. And then in the middle of the song when when the when the time change kicks in. That is twenty, one, twelve by rush it. It sounds exactly like rush in this song is one of the reasons why I love rush. And I'll be honest with you. I never knew that iron maiden had a song like this in their discography. It's a great one. I'm a big fan of this and it's again it's very rush lake and it's one of the reasons why I I like rush. One of the things that I forgot to mention the previous song were there. It was written alone by Steve Harris no face said that revelations this one is written only by Bruce Dickinson. So there's different songwriters throughout this album and I will make sure I remember to point that out I liked that this is slow and then picks Fab I liked the changes in the song. So maybe if it wasn't for Getty Lee, I would like rush Tom I don't know but I liked the song In your right sunny. Now you got the Bible. You Got Alistair Crowley. Something named G K chesterson 'em includes a line from it. Oh, God, of earth in all or some I. Can't even birth earth and alter yeah and just. You know it's obviously these people are educated. They're not saying about cold gin in you know. What else Tom. Broke they're not throwing not throwing logs and people's fireplaces. A little bit out of a are tittering as far as lyric stop. Yup. Berry good song. I. Like it and it's it's interesting because I like the change of pace. Yup. So if you think about it for me this in maybe one of the song sticks out as being a little bit different than I him but I, we'll get to that one. Anything else before we move onto a no flight of ecus..

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"rush lake" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

06:30 min | 2 years ago

"rush lake" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"And then taking the car and Lena story is we get a really cool. The speech Getting on the plane where she says no I let her in. She lives me this whole time and while Lena saying this car is in the background warning to tell you that she supergirl and it's just a really strong character moment and then car decides not to. This was her chance to take to in a way. This was her chance to take the power and the Lena I'm super girl but she doesn't. Yeah Okay and that's going to be. I think you know it's GonNa play back in you know. My guess is that leader's GonNa find out cards and I have to tell her This you know this season I think. Lena will Vetoed food. They're going to have that kind of the fallout or not fall out. But this kind of discussions talk about leasing coming out and having reconcile themselves to each other other before the end of the season or just come out and that'll be a threat for nick. I don't I don't think we're at a point. Now where it's time leading US Yeah definitely about time. That Lena knows It's it's been a few years now surprise with you. Know How smart marshy is that. She hasn't figured it out yet especially the things that Kara and Alex have. Let Slip Around Lena. And the the the Abilities that car has you know portrayed tried to portray in secret while in Lena's presence like Rush Lake. She seemed oblivious because she wants to be oblivious to it one thing we Kinda skip was I forget was at the beginning They're having in trouble with the plane. It's automated point. There's no pilot and Alex Hernandez leaving I can sixty and she goes to try to fly. That wasn't this wasn't it. Yeah yeah the plane is struck by Purple Lightning purple lightning flying all way around while they bring up a back to mention that lightning is in purple. That light purple lightning is shooting around strikes the plane and the plane goes dead plane crashing end. Lena's she can fix it and she's soon and try and fly it she can train and land it and the car zooms out of supergirl hopes for landed in a way that doesn't discredit creditably. Now and then zooms back in his car Acts like unconscious. Christopher Reeve even the alleyway that will love to just because I love that she did like oh all of a sudden L. Super Girls. Here that's nice weird and everything. Yeah so that was. That was smart her part. But Yeah Lena Moment of knows the something about I feel for Wednesday happened. Yeah and UM on wall as they're here in the base and they they set the the base to self destruct. They're they are trying to find an exit and Lena goes the wrong way to a dead end in car goes away. That seems that it's going to have an exit. The she comes across red daughter cell. And there's Pictures of Kara and Lena in Alex Wchs all over the south next to pictures of supergirl in car. I would have been a good time. Not have been a good time for her to kind of say. Hey this is what's going on like already know about red daughter. They know about you know it would. It would have been a good time for her. Kinda give her the like this is what's going on I am Kerr. I am supergirl You know we know about red daughter. We know that she's working with Lex like and then show her like yeah like he's he's planning some stuff because he's trying to. He's trying to sneak her in as supergirl as red dot and has Kara. This as you know could come up with some sort of plan when supergirl girls. I've is not wearing farm. I think it's really easy thing to start the wait a minute and and so it's very French. Superhero Sleet Sir Sir. The episode where she wears the cloak. She covers her super girls involves. She's not as large this larger than life character. But she's still just doesn't have the plastic on. Looks like that point unless unless they go on with the troop losses hypnotize you. You're all right so let's talk about this end..

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"rush lake" Discussed on Wasted Ammo Podcast

Wasted Ammo Podcast

07:17 min | 2 years ago

"rush lake" Discussed on Wasted Ammo Podcast

"So I'm just GONNA stop trying. Yes she she would be one of those where we would just have to instead of presenting our own our own facts and opinions. Just let her talk. I can see where her minds at. What our views are why she thinks the way she does? Ask More of those questions to get to know more about her. Rather than and try to prove our point. I think it'd be the same on both sides right so let her spill out her rationale Lynn and we can spiel ours. Yeah so I I still WanNa make the rebuttal. Yeah I don't WanNa give her a platform. Just say whatever but I want to let her speak big. Why are we even talking about? It's not going to happen. Lindsey won't let it happen. So Josh Putman has a great a great thing here he says. Get the husband into guns husband's shooting. I should especially like on a business side of things. I bet he would really enjoy skeet. Shooting she in some ways. That is a very back door way to get people into guns right right. 'cause I'm not a big fan of golf. I can golf breath but for me when it comes to business is like let's go skeet. Shooting sounds a lot more fun. That's what my dad excited about it. And you know my dad had like the BB guns and stuff when he was a kid and you know he played with toy guns and he'd be in the backyard playing army and all that cowboys and Indians. He was big into the cowboys shows. I there's actually some very early. Nineteen late fifties as late fifties the color footage. My grandma had a color camera in the late fifties was that without sound. Yeah Yeah my grandma had that too bill. And there's video of my dad like six or seven years old in a flannel shirt cowboy hat and six shooters and so my dad's on there should be a photo of every little boy that -actly so my dad you know has never been opposed to guns. These anti-gun I you know they. They didn't want me having a gun living in their house when I was my turn twenty one for various reasons but I may or may not have listened to but he went skeet shooting with a couple of guys from his church in Pennsylvania when he before he retired and they took him skeet shooting. My Dad had a blast and he went back for a second helping and he asked about skeet. Shooting places around here too so I think that would be that kind of got. Yeah my dad wanting a gun for one for home defense and to wanting a shotgun to do take a minute rush lake. Yeah they have it there. I mean you could obviously go to bus co Rosh Lake just seems nicer including a little classier classier for from a business perspective. They're plus they have a bad ass marine for a range office at eight hours his name. I can't remember that was awesome. He we went there on one rainy rainy crappy day which is great because even though it's outside they do have like a little cover all the stands and everything and it was basically closed goes down and we walked out there and he's like what the hell are you guys doing out here and there's a weather we're here to shoot sir normally this places. She says it's very like controlled like every ten minutes. There's a timer. You stop shooting. You can't draw shoe and yet the walkout grab grab your targets bringing back like all that kind of stuff. He's a range officer and you really controls the range. There was no one there that day so he let us do. Do what you want as long as you're safe just do you want so. We got a couple of rapid fire. It was still booth shooting but we were both you know slides back chambers empty MAG doc out when we change our targets and stuff but it's the two of US show is like his carry gun talk about his sons carry gun like just chaddy. Kodak Awesome still had the old marine buzz cut to the flattop whose great so the attitude I just wanted to call him. Gunny any yeah honestly is remind me of exactly so we did have a listener submitted conflicted question. Sure let's go actually two of them but I'll only read one today and leave one next week. Now we're out of conflicted cards. Yeah we've gone through all the ones that are good for the most part and since we're getting back into the swing of things we want these live shows just to be really as US hanging out talking about what we're doing like a true wasted Wednesday type thing not really topic bays as we might talk about a couple of different things but just hanging out with you guys. And then we'll have. Our normal edited Monday show and then are black site show on Fridays. So Oh if you guys have conflicted questions or scenarios that you want to submit just email it to us just email to w mailbag gmail.com. We will get those and then we'll just kind of you know maybe some weeks if we we lost talk about. We won't get to them but like today. We're it's only been our we can do one year. We had an angry face crying face when we said we weren't going to be doing conflicted on Wednesdays tonight or last week no like going forward. Oh well we didn't say that. I think some people assumed we're just out so if you want to give us some questions we can roll ears. I really I just wanted to be like just hanging out with you. Guys on Wednesdays live you know stress about a topic or anything. We'll leave that for Monday and Friday and then if we have local people that want to join us and talk about guns on Wednesday nights. What's invite him? Drink some beer talk about guns. You can't touch them but we can talk about. We can present them so all right you ready. This one is from our listener Joe. He says it is shit. Hits the fan. Your party is traveling from A to B or out scavenging gene for whatever you see up the road a truck with the hood up a man looks like he's changing a tire. A female stands on the roof with a sniper rifle. What do you do see around the road? You're driving by up the hill you see. The car is broken down. They're working on it. His wife is up on the roof. Doing recon looking for threats. She has a rifle. What do you do ends up? Keep walking vehicle up here in a vehicle doesn't really say but it just.

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"rush lake" Discussed on Wasted Ammo Podcast

Wasted Ammo Podcast

07:17 min | 2 years ago

"rush lake" Discussed on Wasted Ammo Podcast

"So I'm just GONNA stop trying. Yes she she would be one of those where we would just have to instead of presenting our own our own facts and opinions. Just let her talk. I can see where her minds at. What our views are why she thinks the way she does? Ask More of those questions to get to know more about her. Rather than and try to prove our point. I think it'd be the same on both sides right so let her spill out her rationale Lynn and we can spiel ours. Yeah so I I still WanNa make the rebuttal. Yeah I don't WanNa give her a platform. Just say whatever but I want to let her speak big. Why are we even talking about? It's not going to happen. Lindsey won't let it happen. So Josh Putman has a great a great thing here he says. Get the husband into guns husband's shooting. I should especially like on a business side of things. I bet he would really enjoy skeet. Shooting she in some ways. That is a very back door way to get people into guns right right. 'cause I'm not a big fan of golf. I can golf breath but for me when it comes to business is like let's go skeet. Shooting sounds a lot more fun. That's what my dad excited about it. And you know my dad had like the BB guns and stuff when he was a kid and you know he played with toy guns and he'd be in the backyard playing army and all that cowboys and Indians. He was big into the cowboys shows. I there's actually some very early. Nineteen late fifties as late fifties the color footage. My grandma had a color camera in the late fifties was that without sound. Yeah Yeah my grandma had that too bill. And there's video of my dad like six or seven years old in a flannel shirt cowboy hat and six shooters and so my dad's on there should be a photo of every little boy that -actly so my dad you know has never been opposed to guns. These anti-gun I you know they. They didn't want me having a gun living in their house when I was my turn twenty one for various reasons but I may or may not have listened to but he went skeet shooting with a couple of guys from his church in Pennsylvania when he before he retired and they took him skeet shooting. My Dad had a blast and he went back for a second helping and he asked about skeet. Shooting places around here too so I think that would be that kind of got. Yeah my dad wanting a gun for one for home defense and to wanting a shotgun to do take a minute rush lake. Yeah they have it there. I mean you could obviously go to bus co Rosh Lake just seems nicer including a little classier classier for from a business perspective. They're plus they have a bad ass marine for a range office at eight hours his name. I can't remember that was awesome. He we went there on one rainy rainy crappy day which is great because even though it's outside they do have like a little cover all the stands and everything and it was basically closed goes down and we walked out there and he's like what the hell are you guys doing out here and there's a weather we're here to shoot sir normally this places. She says it's very like controlled like every ten minutes. There's a timer. You stop shooting. You can't draw shoe and yet the walkout grab grab your targets bringing back like all that kind of stuff. He's a range officer and you really controls the range. There was no one there that day so he let us do. Do what you want as long as you're safe just do you want so. We got a couple of rapid fire. It was still booth shooting but we were both you know slides back chambers empty MAG doc out when we change our targets and stuff but it's the two of US show is like his carry gun talk about his sons carry gun like just chaddy. Kodak Awesome still had the old marine buzz cut to the flattop whose great so the attitude I just wanted to call him. Gunny any yeah honestly is remind me of exactly so we did have a listener submitted conflicted question. Sure let's go actually two of them but I'll only read one today and leave one next week. Now we're out of conflicted cards. Yeah we've gone through all the ones that are good for the most part and since we're getting back into the swing of things we want these live shows just to be really as US hanging out talking about what we're doing like a true wasted Wednesday type thing not really topic bays as we might talk about a couple of different things but just hanging out with you guys. And then we'll have. Our normal edited Monday show and then are black site show on Fridays. So Oh if you guys have conflicted questions or scenarios that you want to submit just email it to us just email to w mailbag gmail.com. We will get those and then we'll just kind of you know maybe some weeks if we we lost talk about. We won't get to them but like today. We're it's only been our we can do one year. We had an angry face crying face when we said we weren't going to be doing conflicted on Wednesdays tonight or last week no like going forward. Oh well we didn't say that. I think some people assumed we're just out so if you want to give us some questions we can roll ears. I really I just wanted to be like just hanging out with you. Guys on Wednesdays live you know stress about a topic or anything. We'll leave that for Monday and Friday and then if we have local people that want to join us and talk about guns on Wednesday nights. What's invite him? Drink some beer talk about guns. You can't touch them but we can talk about. We can present them so all right you ready. This one is from our listener Joe. He says it is shit. Hits the fan. Your party is traveling from A to B or out scavenging gene for whatever you see up the road a truck with the hood up a man looks like he's changing a tire. A female stands on the roof with a sniper rifle. What do you do see around the road? You're driving by up the hill you see. The car is broken down. They're working on it. His wife is up on the roof. Doing recon looking for threats. She has a rifle. What do you do ends up? Keep walking vehicle up here in a vehicle doesn't really say but it just.

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"rush lake" Discussed on Dateline NBC

Dateline NBC

07:10 min | 2 years ago

"rush lake" Discussed on Dateline NBC

"Andrew Cunanan shed his life in San Diego like a man planning to die gave his clothes lows away. He gave his shoes away. He had he had it all marked out about who he wanted to have. What by the time? He left San Diego for the last time and came to Minneapolis. He was completely basically broke angry and very very angry reeling from the loss of his benefactor connected it landed in Minneapolis. And this is where it all began to go wrong. He I called on his old friend. Jeff Trail Jeff may have since Cunanan's visit wouldn't go well in fact Jeff called John Wayne ride in San Diego to talk about it. I can just tell that. There was apprehension in his voice. He definitely wasn't happy happy about it but at the same time you know. He invited Andrew to stay with them at the. I think he knew Andrew was on this Dow downward spiral as well so just trying to be a friend being supportive. Jeff left Andrew in his apartment while he and his boyfriend away for the weekend on Sunday Andrew moved to his ex lover. David Madsen's fourth floor loft in the city's eclectic warehouse district and persuaded Jeff to drop by for a visit sometime in the next hour or so a neighbor reported hearing somebody yell get the F out of here and heard banging hanging. The neighbor peered into the hallway. saw nothing and the building went quiet again but next morning neither jeff trail nor David Madsen showed up. Would work. Jeff's boyfriend called the police and the police were just said. Oh give me a break you know. We don't pay attention unless people are missing for at least seventy two hours. The Tuesday worried friends. Persuaded the building manager to unlock ex-lover David Department. David's dog darted out as the open door revealed Something horrifying in the main room. There was a rug that was rolled up and you could see that there was a body inside dale bars us us. Chief of the Minneapolis Homicide Unit on splattering on the wall and on the floor and he'd been bludgeoned with we found out later a hammer. The police assumed David Madsen was the victim after all it was his apartment. When crime techs unrolled the rug they found jeff trail the attack was brutal on personal? twenty-seven blows to the head and face and chest David than his red jeep. Cherokee were missing friends of both medicine and trail told police. Someone named Andrew was visiting from San Diego but he to it vanished. So if Madsen wasn't the victim thought the police he's maybe he and his Andrew Kill Jeff. Evidence at the scene pointed police to a possible motive duct tape some handcuffs aside. You know stuff that that people are involved in in sex. What use could have been a love triangle of sorts? Witnesses even reported do the police they saw David and Andrew Together. After the time of the murder neighbor saw them walking. Dog Means David was with Andrew and it did not appear to be trying to escape. Police believe at this time. David and Andrew Cunanan are together are together willingly And are on the run Minneapolis. Newspaper Reporter Jim Walsh and Chris Graves started digging and quickly heard a different story from David's friends. Who didn't buy the love triangle motive? Everybody who knows David says I can't be true it's not in his DNA. It's not who he is. The reporters talk to those who said they too saw David Andrew with the dog but it looked like David had been crying. David was described Moody withdrawn and sort of grumpy. I think is the word that people used. It just didn't seem right friends who knew David's dog. Walking routine eighteen insisted there was no way he was home at the time of Jeff Murder Madison and watch the clock news every night. Right and so. So the presumption is that Jeff comes to the House has to be buzzed in. Walks up. the door gets opened. There is a confrontation Chen at the door. Because remember we know the neighbors here is get out get out sometime after the murder with the theory David and the dog returned to the apart. What we presume happens David not thinking anything walks in and Andrew had rolled up Jeffrey in the rug and pulled him behind? Police searched. David's bedroom found Andrews Duffel bag inside was an empty gun holster and forty caliber bullets. But no gun. And does that mean David and Andrew were now armed. Investigators certainly suspected David and Andrew Killed Jeff trail yet. If they you should know bulletin for David's Missy jeep no be on the lookout for either one of those men. It was the beginning of what Maureen orth would later. Call the largest failed Manhattan. US history. It's just one hapless mistake after another but four days after do they found jeff trails bludgeoned body going up to east rush. Lake Would take thirty to forty minutes. The drive gripe from Minneapolis. Saturday may third Chicago County. Deputy Chris Hendrickson was called to work on his day off. Fishing season was starting and two men scouting prime spot found a dead man instead. He was well-dressed. He wasn't dirty didn't appear to be in the fight and he had a defensive offensive wound in his hand and then a gunshot wound to his head. The beliefs confirmed the victim by the lake. Was David Madsen and I said Whoa Wall wait a minute what this just changes everything. A forty caliber gun killed Madsen. Shell casings match the ammunition. Found in Cunanan's Duffel bag in David's apartment. By this time police knew the missing gun from the holster belong to Jeff Trail that Andrew had stolen it from trails apartment. An and alert was now posted for Madsen's jeep and for the man they now feared was double murderer. That's when I believe. Andrew Cunanan really became their prime and only suspect And by that time he's far away and it was already too late for victim number risk. Free a killer. Who makes himself right at home? Whomever was in the home had help themselves to Ham some ice cream? They had gone upstairs in shaved.

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"rush lake" Discussed on Dateline NBC

Dateline NBC

07:10 min | 2 years ago

"rush lake" Discussed on Dateline NBC

"Andrew Cunanan shed his life in San Diego like a man planning to die gave his clothes lows away. He gave his shoes away. He had he had it all marked out about who he wanted to have. What by the time? He left San Diego for the last time and came to Minneapolis. He was completely basically broke angry and very very angry reeling from the loss of his benefactor connected it landed in Minneapolis. And this is where it all began to go wrong. He I called on his old friend. Jeff Trail Jeff may have since Cunanan's visit wouldn't go well in fact Jeff called John Wayne ride in San Diego to talk about it. I can just tell that. There was apprehension in his voice. He definitely wasn't happy happy about it but at the same time you know. He invited Andrew to stay with them at the. I think he knew Andrew was on this Dow downward spiral as well so just trying to be a friend being supportive. Jeff left Andrew in his apartment while he and his boyfriend away for the weekend on Sunday Andrew moved to his ex lover. David Madsen's fourth floor loft in the city's eclectic warehouse district and persuaded Jeff to drop by for a visit sometime in the next hour or so a neighbor reported hearing somebody yell get the F out of here and heard banging hanging. The neighbor peered into the hallway. saw nothing and the building went quiet again but next morning neither jeff trail nor David Madsen showed up. Would work. Jeff's boyfriend called the police and the police were just said. Oh give me a break you know. We don't pay attention unless people are missing for at least seventy two hours. The Tuesday worried friends. Persuaded the building manager to unlock ex-lover David Department. David's dog darted out as the open door revealed Something horrifying in the main room. There was a rug that was rolled up and you could see that there was a body inside dale bars us us. Chief of the Minneapolis Homicide Unit on splattering on the wall and on the floor and he'd been bludgeoned with we found out later a hammer. The police assumed David Madsen was the victim after all it was his apartment. When crime techs unrolled the rug they found jeff trail the attack was brutal on personal? twenty-seven blows to the head and face and chest David than his red jeep. Cherokee were missing friends of both medicine and trail told police. Someone named Andrew was visiting from San Diego but he to it vanished. So if Madsen wasn't the victim thought the police he's maybe he and his Andrew Kill Jeff. Evidence at the scene pointed police to a possible motive duct tape some handcuffs aside. You know stuff that that people are involved in in sex. What use could have been a love triangle of sorts? Witnesses even reported do the police they saw David and Andrew Together. After the time of the murder neighbor saw them walking. Dog Means David was with Andrew and it did not appear to be trying to escape. Police believe at this time. David and Andrew Cunanan are together are together willingly And are on the run Minneapolis. Newspaper Reporter Jim Walsh and Chris Graves started digging and quickly heard a different story from David's friends. Who didn't buy the love triangle motive? Everybody who knows David says I can't be true it's not in his DNA. It's not who he is. The reporters talk to those who said they too saw David Andrew with the dog but it looked like David had been crying. David was described Moody withdrawn and sort of grumpy. I think is the word that people used. It just didn't seem right friends who knew David's dog. Walking routine eighteen insisted there was no way he was home at the time of Jeff Murder Madison and watch the clock news every night. Right and so. So the presumption is that Jeff comes to the House has to be buzzed in. Walks up. the door gets opened. There is a confrontation Chen at the door. Because remember we know the neighbors here is get out get out sometime after the murder with the theory David and the dog returned to the apart. What we presume happens David not thinking anything walks in and Andrew had rolled up Jeffrey in the rug and pulled him behind? Police searched. David's bedroom found Andrews Duffel bag inside was an empty gun holster and forty caliber bullets. But no gun. And does that mean David and Andrew were now armed. Investigators certainly suspected David and Andrew Killed Jeff trail yet. If they you should know bulletin for David's Missy jeep no be on the lookout for either one of those men. It was the beginning of what Maureen orth would later. Call the largest failed Manhattan. US history. It's just one hapless mistake after another but four days after do they found jeff trails bludgeoned body going up to east rush. Lake Would take thirty to forty minutes. The drive gripe from Minneapolis. Saturday may third Chicago County. Deputy Chris Hendrickson was called to work on his day off. Fishing season was starting and two men scouting prime spot found a dead man instead. He was well-dressed. He wasn't dirty didn't appear to be in the fight and he had a defensive offensive wound in his hand and then a gunshot wound to his head. The beliefs confirmed the victim by the lake. Was David Madsen and I said Whoa Wall wait a minute what this just changes everything. A forty caliber gun killed Madsen. Shell casings match the ammunition. Found in Cunanan's Duffel bag in David's apartment. By this time police knew the missing gun from the holster belong to Jeff Trail that Andrew had stolen it from trails apartment. An and alert was now posted for Madsen's jeep and for the man they now feared was double murderer. That's when I believe. Andrew Cunanan really became their prime and only suspect And by that time he's far away and it was already too late for victim number risk. Free a killer. Who makes himself right at home? Whomever was in the home had help themselves to Ham some ice cream? They had gone upstairs in shaved.

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Caleb Porzio - Just Enough JavaScript with Alpine.js

Full Stack Radio

08:11 min | 2 years ago

Caleb Porzio - Just Enough JavaScript with Alpine.js

"The reason I wanted to have you on the show. Today is to talk about Alpine J S. which is like a new javascript library that I think you kind of put out into the wild maybe like maybe two months ago probably not even that long ago? Yeah something like that barely but it was called project x at the rate which still still lives on through some of the API secretly. And we'll not secretly pretty in your face in Alpine. Yeah the X. Alpine's May is like X.. I hyphen instead of views like V. Hyphen and it was just that because I I wanted something generic and projects when I first thought of projects. I didn't even make the correlation. At first I was really proud. XS A search for that sort of situation for church wildcard and it is the most wildcard of letters I would say I've evaluated like all the characters that I could possibly use all twenty six characters. The went through hundreds of characters actors of the alphabet. And that's what I landed. I love it so I guess for people who aren't familiar with Alpine. What is your pitch for Alpine? How do you describe it? So I really like the tagline. It's it's I think I'm going to get this right a rugged min a rugged minimal framework for composing behavior directly in your markup. I think is what it is. But the pitches basically like one. It's rugged it's not like viewer reactors virtual dumb so if you who flick it it. It's okay it's not just gonNA blow up it's minimal and it's right in your markups. The ideas that it's a small little library and you compose this behavior writing your template like so I think right below that I think of it like tailwind for Java script because the same idea except a little bit of grossness in your Markup Cup for not having to maintain a separate file that correlates to your context switching just like make your html kind of like. That's the shit where where you'd stuff. Yeah so I I think the thing that you kind of leave out in that description is the important part for me. anyways is that Alpine is really like a javascript. View is sort of manipulation library four very specifically for like server rendered APPs and server rendered in like the two thousand five server rendered way not like the I. Server Render my react server side rendered like your server ascends content type text. html over the wire and you want to make that html be able able to do stuff so it's a perfect fit for. I guess for like people building a rail Zap with rb templates or people building up with blade templates blitz or people who just throw static. html up on something and one half A little bit of behavior. So maybe something. That'd be good to talk about. Is what sort of behaviors like this thing. Even lets you do like where would you use it. And what and how would you use it to solve that particular problem. Yeah so one. I don't WanNA scope it to anything because I don't know the bounds of Alpine. I imagine it can be pushed a lot. Farther than people think it it would be or that. I even think it would be but we'll stick with the basic stuff basically So the story goes I started resisting. I went heavily into view after being like blade template. PHP AP GAI and went heavily into view. My whole front ends review and then I started to back out of it for reasons and I tried resisting view. Try going almost no J S and doing weird things to did not have Java scripted. Real entails tags. Yes even worse the check box stuff or you attach styles to a check box stain but can check box hidden. Yeah it gets it gets pretty dirty. Basically realized like mostly what people Oh and so. I'm building livewire. This this framework for Larry Val all that is kind of a no framework and honestly most people's complaints with any of these approaches is like but how do I do drop downs. And how do I do. Modell's tells like that. Most of what people wanted. His dropped is basically tackling things. Yeah it's basically what what people use bootstraps javascript for. Yeah what bootstrap gives you out of the box but now they switched to tailwind or Mama and its sands javascript and they go. Oh Man. I need a toggle. A drop down in a modal L. as like a basic APP need so now I need to pull in view and then before you know it. They've bought into this whole thing because they needed a frigging drop down. You know so that was kind kind of a little bit of the motivation was like I need a way to basically handle simple behavior like a little tabs component or something where you just switching between stuff and so stimulus is. I think the currently recommended tool for the job. Yes I've found it but I just really did not like the aspects and so anyways brainstorming with a friend and basically it was like really just want view gs without all the extra stuff and without virtual dumb and without a separate file. All I need is just the data and then I can use the template for everything Yeah so so I guess to answer your question of stuff that I think. It's good for Stephanie. Good for the simple stuff toggle ing stuff you combined data ex models so you could like buying a piece of data data to input element and do real time validation if you wanted yeah basically anything that involves Java script logic binding data binding like class class attributes and stuff. It's good for yeah sweet sweet sweet so one thing that were I think Alpine is kind of interesting in terms of the design decision while you know what before we even get into that. Let's talk a little bit about Sort of the API for like a drop down for example. So you kind of talked about how it's it's very much rush. Lake inspired by view in the sense that the way that I kind of see it in my head is it's like you have these situations when you're building like a server rendered rapper vanilla. HTML stuff where. It's like. I need to do this. Simple thing and like if view was already in my app I would wanNA use view for it because view is really nice is to work with. But I don't WanNa pull in view just for this one tiny little dropdown thing that I need to do. So how can I like get a view Hewish authoring experience Without having to buy into something that even though views kind of like advertisers like progressive framework in the sense that like. Oh Yeah you can use it for just javascript sprinkles and you can use it to build a whole spa. And that's like how how I use it it a lot of the time. It's still kind of feels like if you know you're only ever going to be using it for the sprinkles situation like you're kind of dragging a whole lot of stuff with you. That's designed for situations that you're never gonNA use it to to tackle right and it's it's like a it's a seductive framework because it it out of the like at teases you with your little one off components but there's just this force of nature where you end up like wrapping those components up and before you know what your whole APP is. It's kind of like someone leading off of first base in baseball. You know what I mean the one the pictures maybe like five feet away from the just waiting leading to like get your tentacles into like another chunk of the U. I insert xactly it draws you in and then they're like oh I could just use a plug in for this. So then you bring in of view plug in somewhere but it needs context to make the whole page of you context and then you're in it and then you're like well native form submissions. That seems so. You're not gonNA find that in any view tutorials. Yeah you're like wow US axios than before you know it. You're you're in over your head so so this is the syntax and API but maybe not But it kind of has a wall wall like yeah draw you in

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"rush lake" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"rush lake" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Sell your largest asset? And I would imagine. That's where the guaranteed offer program comes exactly criminal real estate can guarantee an offer on your home and forty eight hours or less. No, showings. No open houses, no clean or decluttering. You can even pick your closing date. If you approve the offer you can close in as little as three weeks, if you don't you can still work with your cousin. That's right. You heard my buddy Kris Lindahl real estate's guarantee offer program applies to most houses and price points. But to find out if you qualify. Call seven six three four zero one sold or krislindahl dot com. That's Kris with a K. Mytalk one zero seven one is Katya Mwai FM HD one Coon Rapids, Minneapolis, Saint Paul. My time brought to you by virtual dot com. Let's start in Harris, Minnesota thirty five northbound traffic incident reported from the saga county road ten who rush lake road other than that looking pretty good guys can Barlow's five eyewitness news forecast. High of seventy five down to fifty seven tonight. Partly cloudy today. It's fifty five right now. Today's traffic is brought to you by virtual dot com. Allergy season is here don't suffer through it. Virtual will diagnose allergies and create a treatment plan that brings relief without guesswork. Probably online clinic virtual dot com. Information. This is a mytalk dirt alert, everything you need to know from the world of entertainment and pop culture at the top of every hour on mytalk one zero seven one tell us everything every the new season of the PBS cartoon Arthur's started with a wedding of Mr..

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"rush lake" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"rush lake" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Funding. This is Fox News. Minnesota news network on tasha Redel governor Tim walls tinted last week. He might push for an income tax cut for middle class families. But a high ranking fellow democrat house majority leader Ryan Winkler says it would be difficult to do given a predicted economic downturn unless we're prepared to make severe cuts to teachers in schools and kids there are severe cuts to people with disabilities and seniors in long term, care, facilities and healthcare access for Minnesotans across the state. A Republicans who control the Minnesota Senate appear open to walls is idea tax committee chair Roger Chamberlain says if the governor is talking about real tax reductions were on board, but we're not on board with tax increases. A north branch woman is in critical condition after falling off of a snowmobile in what thirties believe was an alcohol related collision. Chicago county sheriff's office is a snowmobile driven by. Twenty two year old Travis vandals Berg struck a vehicle parked on east rush lake early Sunday and twenty two year old Zoe reader fell off and suffered a head injury reader was unconscious and taken to the hospital by private vehicle was serious. Life threatening injuries ended. Authorities are identifying the man killed in a shooting last week in Fillmore county. The victim forty nine year old Gregory Davis of Chatfield died of multiple gunshot wounds. No arrests have been made. And the case remains under investigation. This is a man. Have you ever wanted to speak another language whether you want to speak Spanish, French or German? Babbel's ten to fifteen minute lessons can get you. Speaking confidently in your new language within weeks. I just started learning Spanish with babble in. It's really helping you pronunciation. Komo Gemma's Cuomo pajamas. Did on this..

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14:00 min | 3 years ago

"rush lake" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"New view of the world with coast to coast AM. Do you still think too that the way things are going global elite still want to dominate the planet and that they might succeed? Well, I think they didn't dominate the planet for a long time until seventeen seventy six because the founding fathers decided to form a new form of government one was based on laws that were eternal, right? That people have unalienable. The all the people that had ruled the earth center cool faded life that so for two hundred forty two years they've been trying to get it back, and we America has. And that the fight that we see going on right now, doesn't it still feel out of kilter off to you? There's something wrong. There's a grand force that out there that need not just once they need to capture the souls of the world. But I don't think they're going to win. I don't think they're going to win. I'm back to coast to coast, George Noory with you, David Politis, David. Would you briefly set up again, the Henry McCabe story, and we're gonna play the clip from an old television station. I worked at in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. And video palace. Saint paul. We're gonna play their little news clip of his disappearance. You'll hear some of that audio you were talking about but briefly setup that situation again. Okay. So Henry was a revenue person for the state of Minnesota straight arrow kinda guy family man, never got any trouble with somebody. That was always looked up to by people around him. He was out drinking with some friends on September seven two thousand fifteen about two thirty in the morning. He's dropped it. A holiday gas station by a friend at central and Hackman. He's a resident of mounds view kind of a northern part of Minneapolis. Saint Paul's wife name is Corrine. He calls his wife while he's out and he's not home. She is a sweet it goes to voicemail is bodies found November second at a place called rush lake supposedly died from freshwater drowning. Okay. Let's listen to this report from case DP in Minneapolis, Saint Paul. It's a voicemail. Unlike anything you've ever heard before. There were two minutes worth of noises. Bizarre. Very little actual talking. Authorities confirmed the disturbing middle of the night call came from Henry McCague's cell phone. It was Labor Day September seventh at two twenty eight in the morning. The caves worried wife heard the message is a cell phone connected. Minnesota community policing services is a nonprofit agency at acts as a go-between with police in the Liberian community. The leader is trying to help the family make some sense of this recording the growls turned to hide pitch. Molds. Moaning and pay moaning in pain. There is silence than someone either. Henry or another person says stop it. I try to picture where he was. It might have been like. What circumstances would have made him? Sound like that the voice mail is in stark contrast to other ticket recordings of McCabe speaking at an event, he's a state auditor. What is it? Just. The message is one piece of evidence. Mounds view police are reviewing the police chief tells me even the FBI is analyzing the recording and voices for clues that she says the investigation to deputies here on Tuesday. Rice creek part which borders new Brighton Mountain View and Fridley all areas where McCabe was reported seen or a cell phone, ping placed him grandson county water patrol search, but came up empty. I've got to tell you, David. I've got chills. Running up and down my arms and spine listening to that. Those sounds the moans in the growls, sir. They're horrible. It's definitely something. That's unbelievably odd. Because when his body was found they said that there was no sign of injury. No torture. He just round George. Jeez. I'm wondering if in his course of being a state auditor, if he was stumbling across something or a company that they were auditory otter auditing and somebody got upset with them. I don't know. Yeah. Apparently, the feeling of law enforcement is is that it's just quote, unquote, a standard freshwater drowning. Nothing unusual other than the tape. And the tape is not just a drowning. There's something weird going on there. Exactly. Wow. Wow. I would put that way up on your charts, my friend, that's a strange way, it's odd. And can you imagine being the wife in hearing that all my God on your answering machine? And you know, what came from his phone? The question is what happened to him for weeks? Did did he initiate the call that somebody else? Do it were they playing a game of sick game? Who knows? Well, I again, if you go back to what I chronicled in the past that there have been several times where people disappeared being on the phone. And it's as though they're seeing something that scares them to death. Or something else is happening. But there are these conversations that and suddenly and a person has gone. And I would assume police have no idea. No idea. What that Boyce was. Well, what is interesting, and I didn't bring it up, but I should have at the FBI involvement in my books. I explained that the FBI. In a strange way shows up at these cases, where they shouldn't even be involved. Yes, you're right. This isn't a case for the FBI. This is a local case of a missing guy case that they don't normally investigate. But they're there to look into it. Now, they have a profiling team that looks at cases like this. When an agent goes out and monitors the case looks into it. He writes, it report that report goes to the profiling team, and they look for other cases have the similar elements and combine them, and that's how they gather, and they get to know if something is matching in another part of the country. It's almost like they have their own X-Files files when it has to do with this case these cases for sure let's go to the phones for you. David. Let's go to Rick truck driving in Illinois, first time caller for us. I wreck go ahead. George good. Thank you. I just wanted to ask David if. In all of the victims desert. She checked into like ethical histories of east to see if there's anything, that's you know. Waking like bud type RH did they have surveys of the south like host of that. We're in great shape physically. But I was just wondering if there was anything else that you don't make tight together. Okay. And I would assume finding out medical information of these disappeared disappearing. People would be difficult David were there any kind of similarities of any problems or anything? Federal law, prohibits the dissemination of your medical history. So that's a that's something you should protect you shouldn't give it out and led type is something that's not listed in any coroner's report. Any document like that? There's there's nothing seen as interest or value there. There's no DNA information in a coroner's report. All those things are ill relevant towards the cause of death. Strange. Rick. Thanks. Let's go to Franken. Newport Beach, California now Frank Europe with us. Go ahead. Hey, guys. Thanks for having me on the show. I have actually two stories of people. I know personally who had kind of similar disappearance experiences on a college campus. Love to hear it. Go ahead. Yeah. So the first time they both happened. My freshman year of college the first time, it was a buddy of mine from the dorms. We all been out partying and stuff. And you know, we we had been drinking, but all of us work out here. You know, we weren't like, you know, blackout drunk or anything. Right. And anyways, we're we're going back to the dorms at the end of the night and one of my buddies had his bicycle with them for the rest of us walking. And he's kinda you know, riding circles around its on his bike. Finally, he takes off once we get to campus. He takes off heading south towards the dorms. So we figure okay. You know, we're going to get back to the and she's going to be there waiting for us. We get back to the dorms, and he's not there. So we, you know, we wait around me figure. Maybe he got sued or something. Right. And so he he doesn't turn up for like an hour or so we start calling texting and stuff, and he, you know, no response. Finally answers the phone after about two hours, and he all here is like super, heavy breathing. And we're trying to talk to them like, hey, man. We're already what's going on it just super heavy breathing. And finally we start here. And he's kind of like mumbling, you know, kind of mumbling like we can't really make out what he's saying. And then he hangs up the phone. So we went back out and started looking for him around campus and stuff. And. Nothing. We couldn't find him. So the next day he shows up around one pm dumbs actor the dorms. And he looks like crap, you know, he's same clothes the night before it looks terrible. And we're like happened. And he goes you guys. I don't know. I woke up in a field like six miles north of campus. You know, the last time we saw him. He was biking south. He winds up six miles north. And he's like, yeah. I woke up in field. My bike is gone. I have no idea what happened, and I just had to walk home. So to this day, we have no idea what happened. What does your gut tell you? I have no idea. I'm just totally baffled on this one. Yeah. 'cause he I mean, we we were all experienced with alcohol and stuff like we knew how to handle our drinks. None of us were blacked out. We were all coherent. Otherwise, I would have figured, you know, maybe he was just super drunk and had no idea, but we saw him heading south onto campus like he wrote onto campus, which is well lit. There's police officers patrolling, you know, and he winds up far north so super weird anyways. It gets weirder about maybe. Maybe two months later. My roommate. Doesn't come home after one night of partying. Oh my God. Which which was normal for him. You have friends out that lived off campus who he would occasionally crashed with at night, you know, and so. You know, he doesn't come home. I think he's just staying with friends next day. She still doesn't come back next morning. I figured okay. Maybe they got breakfast together. They're hanging out or whatever by the afternoon. I'm starting to get weird out here. Sure enough a couple friends that he would have been staying with come knock on my door. And they say, hey, man, have you seen so? And so and I go no I haven't seen him. I thought he was with you guys. Well, sure enough, they're like, dude, he left the party last night. None of us have seen him. He's not answering his phone. We don't know where he is the last we heard from him. He he posted a video like this. Snapchat where you post these short videos of yourself right here. Like, yeah. He posted a couple of videos of him like riding his bike down a big street. Just reading super heavy, and we're like what the hell. So it's finally it turns out we we call the county sheriff thinking, yeah, we call the hospital. We call the sheriff trying to figure out if they take them up right here enough. It turns out they pick them up. About a half mile away from the field where my other buddy spent the night picked him up a half mile further down the same road. Driving a golf cart. He lost his bike somehow wound up on a golf cart. He was okay. Yeah. Totally healthy and everything. Yeah. What state was happening in Santa Barbara County, California. You get a lot of cases in California, David. Not too many the national parks. Yes. Biggest cluster missing people in a national park is Yosemite. And it's the biggest cluster in the world. And then there's a series of disappearances all up and down the Sierras. There's some just outside of LA. There's some there's one real famous one involving a fireman named Mike Herdman disappeared kind of between LA and Santa Barbara in that area. But not a lot in that coastal zone. Dave, what would you recommend to people who are gonna go camping in a state park or federal park. I always carry a personal locator transponder the cost between one hundred.

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17:33 min | 3 years ago

"rush lake" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Welcome back to coast to coast, David Politis with us with just remarkable stories. David to these stories come to you. Now are people emailing? You these stories San, hey, somebody just missed disappeared here. How do you find them? All. Stories of everyone who disappears and I think people really need to read the books go to your library, get them, whatever and understand the profile that we're looking looking at. We're not interested in everyone who disappears everyone. It's disappointing that they do. But I don't have the time for it. We're looking for this specific profile points that point to these people. Fitting a specific class disappears. And that's what we're looking for. Let's talk about some water related disappearances in tragedies as well. Let's pick it up with the Martinez Wyndham what happened there. So the cases we're gonna talk about for the next three or four here all occurred in the greater Minneapolis Saint Paul area. Now, that's weird. It is very strange and in my last book, I defied a series of places in North America. And in other countries where this is happening at a very very high degree, the number one place in the world right now, we're this is happening is in Manchester in the UK, Manchester has a series of canals and rivers that criss cross the city, and they have had a number of young men that have fallen into these canals and died and a large percentage of them. The medical examiner said we don't know what killed him. And some of these canals you could stand up and walk out, but their debt to Manchester the UK now, let's talk about Saint Paul Martinez. Wyndham thirty eight years old disappeared November. Seventh two thousand fifteen from savage. Minnesota the city just south west right on the periphery, Minneapolis, Saint Paul. He owned a credit recovery business. He coached youth basketball and lakeville just south of park drive in east of highway thirteen on the seventh. He put on his running shoes, and he told his family. He's going to go for a run. You never came back. Now, I've written. I've written many stories about these people that have gone for a run never come back later found in a body of water is body was found almost four months later on the eleventh of March in a holding pond behind a target store. And I we thirteen and when you look at this holding pond from the air three quarters of it is surrounded by real tall. Trees and thick brush now as of today, there's no cause of death released by the corner. Still. Now, I wrote about a case in my last book the case of Joshua swallows twenty two years old from Indianapolis he disappeared on eleven to twelve went to a friend's house to visit and your midnight rive socialized to having a good time. He left his phone in the residence. And he said, I'm just gonna go outside for a second. He's never seen again. Now, there's a retention pond. Next to a Kroger store about a quarter mile away. And rescue workers that were looking for him the next day found his shoe kind of on the periphery of the pond Indianapolis fire put a tactical dive team in this pond. It's not a big pond, Georgia's probably two or three times the size of a normal swimming pool, if that in probably not very deep, I would guess no tactical Daikin spent the day cleared. It said there's nothing there. Now fast forward to the twenty third an employee of the stores walking by the pond. And he sees the body in the water fire department comes back out they pull the kid out. No shoes. No socks on. Now, here's the important point. And something that's overlooked by some investigators. So he went missing on the second of November two thousand twelve he's found twenty one days later in that pond. The coroner said that the body appeared to be in the water one week. It would be delighted falling apart. If it was in the water that long. So his parents said in a lengthy interview that their son number one never took his socks off ever. Even when he was walking around their house. He was really good swimmer, and he would no way ever ever in November going upon for a swim. Now, the coroner ruled it accidental drowning any hedged it. He said, well, it's possibly accidental drowning. Meaning to me. The guy's not real sure. And when you look at the two Taliban of what I've done in in this last book and five and fifty more cases this year. Just like this important point quarter said appeared the body had been in the water for one week where was he for two weeks? And how did he get out there a quarter mile away when he simply one outside that house for just a little bit? And then he disappeared. Now, another key point to this is that he didn't have a cell phone with them. I've written that it appears as though that's one of the target points. Well, you know, I was just gonna ask you that. Because because of the other case of the woman found dead with a little baby you said, no cell phone this no cell phone. I find that to be ironic is specially with a twenty two year old young man, they live on their phones, they live on their phones for sure now this case you stood. He forgot his phone, right? Where he left it inside the apartment, and they didn't say what the reason was behind it. Even that. I mean, how many people leave their phones just sitting around unless they forget it not a lot right now. It might in this last book of mine called a sobering coincidence. The I talk about a number of these disappearances where the person that disappeared is on the phone with somebody asked they vanish and what they say is completely bizarre. Sometimes they'll say where are you? I need you here. Now, boom phone goes dead. They're found in a river, you know, three miles away thirty days later. Now, here's probably one of the most bizarre cases, you will ever hear Henry McCabe thirty two years old. He's an auditor for the state of Minnesota a revenue auditor, very smart, man. Get a lot of public speaking to businesses and things about revenue Minnesota. On the seventh of September. He went out with some friends to thirty approximately a tells a buddy. Hey, just dropped me at the gas station. I'm going to get something to eat, and I'm just going to walk home. He gets dropped at the gas station and it to twenty eight. The phone those to as he makes a call to his wife, Karen, McCabe, and it goes to voicemail, and it's recorded and the wife said it sounds like he was injured. Here's a pause. He's somebody says stop it. But intermixed with that for two minutes is a series of moans growls and groans. That are out of this world. Strange and anybody can go online Google Henry McCabe. Growls sounds on a voicemail, and it's out there right now and you'll hear the ground the groans, you will it's very explicit. It's it's nasty. Now, he just he disappears on September seventh. His wife gets this voicemail and thinks what the heck is going on. They search everywhere for him on November second, you know? Almost two months later is body is found in a place called rush lake kayakers going down the wake lake finds body in the water calls. The sheriff sheriff comes out pulls the body out. And they say, it's fresh water drowning. Now in my last book, I talk about something called G H P H D is almost like a paralytic drug. It makes you know, what's happening to your body. But you can't move and years ago. It used to be called the date rape drug now in in several of the cases, I chronicled the corner went above and beyond their normal screening for drugs, and they screen for other things, and they found these super exorbitantly high levels of GHB in several of these people's bodies. Now when you read things as though the parents says, yeah, he's a great swimmer. But if they had these super high levels of GHB in their system, they couldn't swim. So if a determination comes down that they drowned they didn't drown because they didn't try they drown because they couldn't get out. They couldn't move now. And you start to think, well, you know, somebody at a bar drug him. No. And the reason being is that the levels of the GHB that are found in their bodies where it's tested for our so far beyond the norms of what we see in people that have had date rape drugs. You have to think how is it being administered? And when is it being administered, and which each one of those things that are naturally occurring agent in the human body? But one reason that it's a really good drug to Hughes on somebody is that it comes out of your system, really fast. And out of this. I don't know twenty drugs that are normal medical examiner examiner. Screens for GHB is not one. That's that's the these cases just get stranger and stranger and stranger, David. So again, that's the second case on the periphery of Minneapolis. Saint Paul go to October thirty two thousand fifteen job room twenty three years old. He was captain of his football hockey and baseball teams when he was in high school. He was a graduate of a Nokia college, and he was going to his friend's wedding. At a Holiday Inn in off -sego Minnesota. He was last seen walking across the street to a cornfield from the bar in the hotel. Everyone thought he was going to the bathroom or something. You never came back. He was reported missing. When this happened, George, I could've told you exactly where they're gonna find this man because no more than four hundred yards on the other side of this field. The Mississippi River another water case, and that's exactly where they found him days later, and they determined. It was drowning with alcohol as a contributing factor. Now, go to March twenty fifth two thousand fifteen four fifty nine in the afternoon. Twenty one year old William happy four fifty nine. He calls his dad, this isn't Rochester. Minnesota just thought that Minneapolis kid play competitive tennis volunteered. At the mayo clinic. Was going to school, and they come home for just a short period of time was set to graduate from the university of Illinois and six weeks. Outstanding student outstanding person came over the weekend. His dad bought him a new pair of shoes. And he went for a run is phone was last pinged at fifty fifth street northwest and west river road. He didn't come home that afternoon is reported as missing. Bodies found a month in one day later at seven pm. In a pond in a quarry on foster Iran park. Such a strange place to find a body. I can't even explain to you. How strange it is CASA death ever reeled. You know? And that's that's obviously one of the things that everyone's concerned about and no cause of death was released by the coroner why why don't they release these things? You know, maybe they don't release it. Because when they can't find it. They don't want to be embarrassed that could be or maybe it's so horrific. They don't want to scare everybody. Very true. Now, very recent case June six to two thousand sixteen if you notice all of these guys, and I'm telling you about outstanding people good athletes usually doing some type of athletic event when they disappear and they're all guys, they're all guys. Luke's gabar. GBD's ERT nineteen years old. He's a afraid he was a freshman at Wesleyan university in Delaware, Ohio, just north of Columbus. He was considered a star soccer player. Phenomenal athlete. Disappeared. Just overnight. He was found the next morning on February six in creek north of campus called Delaware run creek. Key point corner. Can't determine the cause of death. Families devastated. Nobody knows what happened to and how he got there. Why he died? Now, the thing is is that as. As you go forward on these. If you don't know what you're looking for there's something plausible deniability. So if a lot of these guys have a lot of alcohol in their system, people are gonna say, oh, you know, he was just an idiot walked he fell in the river. And he drowned his head something, right? But there's a few of these cases where the plausible deniability is out. Gabbard didn't have anything in a system duties cases, the person had no alcohol in their system. And even I tried to explain I'm giving a talk to a group, even if there's alcohol in your system, and you're a good swimmer. When that are there. And the total number of cases where the corner can't determine the cause of death is not normal. It's not normal at all most of the time. They can their percentages are high. And why these are streamed into what I'm discussing tonight is that Jeanine can't find a track. There's no witnesses ever ever to these people going in the water. Now is this different David from the disappearances in the parks. Are we talking about the same thing or we talking about two different kinds of bizarre circumstances? Well, if you look at the profile points that you're applying to the disappearances in the parks in the forest. It's gotta be related. Okay. And even though the people are found in the parks in the forest. There's number of those cases where they couldn't find the cause of death either. Now in my talks with the medical examiner's about this. They said, yeah. That's that's not normal. We should be able to figure out. What kills most people occasionally one comes around? But in the numbers, you're quoting in the numbers you've identified on these issues. It doesn't make any sense. Now, if you talk about Manchester in the UK, sixty bodies have been found in the canals and the rivers since two thousand eight between August two thousand and ten in August two thousand twelve twenty of these deaths happened. Many of those cases air corners even said they can't figure out the cause of death. And just just this last year. There was a new documentary that came out about it. And it sensually said everything I just told you they? Some groups are calling it the pusher because the people ended up in the water, and no everyone agrees that no one's going to go in that water voluntarily. So they're thinking somebody's pushing him. But with all the close, circuit cameras in Manchester, and in all the close circuit cameras around universities in Wisconsin that I've written about or in downtown, Chicago or New York downtown New York, nobody is ever seen going into water. David. I dunno in Manchester in the United Kingdom you say. There have been sixty one deaths so far. Yeah. And that's probably a low number. There's probably been more as you go back in time. But right now, they're just quoting sixty one. I get emails all the time from people, you know, wanting profile points to look at and contact information. And they know if you Google you're just going to see tons and tons of articles about it. The theory seems like the UK is more open to talking about these things, and they are in the US. I mean in this last book, I talked about a series of clusters inside of Wisconsin all centered around university locations is.

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15:59 min | 3 years ago

"rush lake" Discussed on KTRH

"Back to coast to coast, George Noory with you, David Politis, David. Would you briefly set up again, the Henry McCabe story, and we're gonna play the clip from an television station. I worked at nineteen seventy eight. Ks and biddy apples, Saint Paul. We're going to play the their little news clip of his disappearance. You'll hear some of that audio you were talking about but briefly setup that situation again. Okay. So Henry was a revenue person for the state of Minnesota straighter. Okay. A guy family man, never got any trouble with somebody. That was always looked up to by people around him. He was out drinking with some friends on September seven two thousand fifteen about two thirty in the morning. He's dropped it. A holiday gas station by a friend at central and Hackman. He's a resident of mounds view kind of a northern part of Minneapolis. Saint Paul's wife name is Corrine. Calls his wife while he's out and he's not home. She is asleep. It goes to voicemail bodies found November second at a place called rush lake supposedly died from freshwater drowning. Okay. Let's listen to this report from case DP in Minneapolis, Saint Paul. It's a voicemail. Unlike anything you've ever heard before. There are two minutes worth of noises. The czar. Very little actual talking. Authorities confirmed that disturbing middle of the night call came from Henry McCague's cell phone. It was Labor Day September seventh at two twenty eight in the morning, mckay's worried. Why heard the message has a cell phone connected. Minnesota community policing services is a nonprofit agency at acts as a go-between but police in the Liberian community. The leader is trying to help the family make some sense of this recording the growls turned to high pitch. Moaning in pain. There is silence. Then someone either Henry or another person says stop it. I try to picture where he was. It might have been like. Let's circumstances would have made him. Sound like that the voice mail is in stark contrast to other articulate recordings of mccade speaking at an event, he's the state auditor. The message is one piece of evidence Mountain View police are reviewing the police chief tells me even the FBI is analyzing the recording and voices for clues that she says the investigation took deputies here on Tuesday. To rice creek park which borders new Brighton Mountain View in Fridley all areas where McCabe was reported seeing or a cell phone ping placed him Ramsey county water patrol search, but came up empty. I've got to tell you, David. I've got chills. Running up and down my arms and spine listening to that. Those sounds the moans in the growls. They're they're horrible. It's definitely something. That's unbelievably odd. Because when his body was found they said that there was no sign of injury. No torture. He just drown George. Jeez. I'm wondering if in his course of being a state auditor, if he was stumbling across something or a company that they were auditing otter auditing and somebody got upset with them. I don't know. Yeah. Apparently, the feeling of law enforcement is is that it's just quote, unquote, a standard freshwater drowning. Nothing unusual other than the tape. And the tape is not just a drowning. There's something weird going on there. Exactly. Wow. Wow. I would put that way up on your charts, my friend, that's a strange one, it's odd. And can you imagine being the wife in hearing that all my God on your answering machine? And you know, what came from his phone? The question is what happened to him for weeks? I mean did did he initiate the call that somebody else? Do it were they playing a game sick game? Who knows? Well, I I again, if you go back to what I've chronicled in the past that there have been several times where people have disappeared being on the phone. And it says though, they're seeing something that scares them to death. Or something else is happening. But there are these conversations that and suddenly and the person that's gone. And I would assume police have no idea. No idea. What that voice was. Well, what is interesting, and I didn't bring it up. But I should have this at the FBI involvement in my books. I explained that the FBI in a strange way shows up at these cases where they shouldn't even be involved. Yes, you're right. This isn't a case for the FBI. This is a local case of a missing guy case that they don't normally investigate. But they're there to look into it. Have profiling team that looks at cases like this. When an agent goes out and monitors the case looks into it. He writes reports that report goes to the profiling team, and they look for other cases, they have the similar elements, and then combine them, and that's how they gather, and they get to know if something is matching in another part of the country. It's almost like they have their own X-Files files when it has to do with this case these cases for sure let's go to the phones for you. David. Let's go to Rick truck driving in Illinois, first time caller for us. I wreck go ahead. Are you doing George? Thank you. I just wanted to ask David if in all of the victims, you has he cares into like ethical histories of east to anything. That's, you know, waking like blood type r h did they have surgery because it sounds like most of them were in great shape physically. But I was just wondering if there was anything else that you don't make tight together. Okay. And I would assume finding out medical information of these disappeared disappearing. People would be difficult David were there any kind of similarities of any problems or anything? Federal law, prohibits the dissemination of your medical history. So that's that's something you should protect and you shouldn't give it out. And let type is something that's not listed in any coroner's report. Any document like that? There's there's nothing seen as interest or value there. There's no DNA information in a coroner's report. All those things are ill relevant towards the cause of death. Strange. Rick. Thanks. Let's go to Frank in Newport Beach, California now Frank Europe with us. Go ahead. Hey, guys. Thanks for having me on the show. I have actually two stories of people. I know personally who had kind of similar disappearance experiences on a college campus. Love to hear it. Go ahead. Yeah. So the first time they both happened. My freshman year of college the first time, it was a buddy of mine from the dorms. We all been out partying and stuff. And you know, we we had been drinking. But all of us were here. You know, we weren't like, you know, blackout drunk or anything. Right. And anyways, we're we're going back to the dorms at the end of the night. And one of my buddies had his bicycle with them for the rest of us are talking and he's kinda you know, riding circles around its on his bike. Finally, he takes off once we get to campus. He takes off heading south towards the dorms. So we figure okay. You know, we're going to get back to the dorm. She's going to be there waiting for us. We get back to the dorms, and he's not there. So we we wait around me figure. Maybe he got sued or something. Right. And so he he doesn't turn out for like an hour. We start calling texting and stuff, and he, you know, no response. Finally, he answers the phone after about two hours, and he all here is like super, heavy breathing. And we're trying to talk to them I came in. Where are you? What's going on it just super heavy breathing? And finally we start hearing him. He's kind of like mumbling, you know, kind of mumbling like we can't really make out what he's saying. And then he hangs up the phone. So we went back out and started looking for him, you know, around campus and stuff and. Nothing. We couldn't find him. So the next day. He shows up around one pm comes back to the dorms. And he looks like crap. You know, he's same closes the night before it looks terrible. And we're like, dude. What happened? And he goes he goes, I don't know. I woke up in a field like six miles north of campus. You know, the last time we saw him. He was biking south. He winds up six miles north. And he's like, yeah. I woke up in a field. My bike is gone. I have no idea what happened, and I just had to walk home. So to this day, we have no idea what happened to. What does your gut tell you? I have no idea. I'm just totally baffled on this one. Yeah. 'cause he I mean, we we were all experienced with alcohol and stuff like we knew how to handle our drinks. None of us were blacked out. We were all coherent. Otherwise, I would have figured maybe he was just super drunk and had no idea, but we saw him heading south onto campus like he wrote onto campus, which is well lit. There's police officers patrolling, you know, and he winds up far north so super weird anyways. It gets weirder about maybe. Maybe two months later. My roommate. Doesn't come home after one night of partying on my God. Which which was normal for him get friends out that lived off campus who he would occasionally crashed with at night, you know, and so. You know, he doesn't come home. I think all right. He's just staying with friends next day. He still doesn't come back next morning. I figured okay. Maybe they got breakfast together. They're hanging out or whatever. By the afternoon. I'm starting to get weird out here. Sure enough a couple of his friends that he would have been staying with come knock on my door. And they say, hey, man, have you seen so? And so and I go no I haven't seen him. I thought he was with you guys. Well, sure enough, they're like, dude, he left the party last night. None of us have seen him. He's not answering his phone. We don't know where he is the last we heard from him. He he posted a video like this. It's Snapchat where you post these short videos of yourself right there. Like, yeah. He posted a couple of videos of him like riding his bike down a big street. Just breathing super heavy, and we're like what the hell. So it's finally it turns out we uh we call the county sheriff thinking, yeah, we call the hospital. We call the sheriff trying to figure out if they picked them up right here. It turns out they take them up. About a half mile away from the field where my other buddy spent the night. Picked him up a half mile further down the same road. Driving a golf cart. He lost his bike somehow wound up on a golf cart. He he was okay. Yeah. Totally healthy and everything. Yeah. What state was this happening in? This was Santa Barbara County, California. You get a lot of cases in California, David. No, not too many, the national parks. Yes. Biggest cluster missing people in a national park is Yosemite. And it's the biggest cluster in the world. And then there's a series of disappearances all up and down the Sears. There's some just outside of LA. There's some there's one real famous one involving a fireman named Mike Herdman disappeared kind of between LA and Santa Barbara in that area. But not a lot in that coastal zone. David. What would you recommend to people who are going to go camping in a state park or federal park. First of all, I always carry a personal locator transponder the cost between one hundred and fifty and three hundred dollars. And what they do is once you activated. It sends a signal up to a satellite that satellite sends a message to N O A R governmental agency, they call the search and rescue group or law enforcement group in the area where you activated and they can come out and find you within ten feet. I have never heard of somebody disappearing. Carrying a firearm and a personal locator beacon, right? So you would think anybody who went out in those areas would have a personal locator and maybe a gun. Yeah. I have heard some hikers I've known a couple that would not go out unless they had a gun. They think it's foolish not to. Well, yeah, it's all about your comfort zone personally. I'm very comfortable with a gun. I taught a lot of people how to use a gun. I mean, there's a lot of things in the wilderness that a gun could stop and not many other things will stop. But if this stuff is unusual of hit supernatural guns, not going to help you at all. And I people ask me. Well, why is the combination of the two important? I don't know. I'm just stating. And what I do in my books is I stayed a lot of facts, that's one of the facts. I can't find anybody missing. It's carrying both those if for some reason in this is weird, but you've got the personal locator on and it's beeping away in the, you know, you're picked up by satellite, and they're they're able to track you at any given moment. And then you stumble into another dimension, for example. You're just gone. I would assume that the locator ends to or would it continue from another dimension. What's even make more a little simpler? You stumble into a cave. Okay. Transmitting, even if you're under the canopy of trees, it's going to stop transmitting. So it's going to get blocked, right? Yeah. Yeah. Let's take another call before the break. If we can let's go to Howard Vancouver, Washington. I think that's one of the areas where the feet show up with shoe on high Howard, George, David. Most of the cases you've been describing your pretty inexplicable. I had inexperience when I was younger about fifty years ago that made explain at least a few of them. All right. We were hiking around. The base of mount Saint Helens Washington state here about forty miles north of me was that way before the volcano. That was well before that that happened. Maybe this is back in the mid sixties. Okay. And. We were going walking across the meadow. And suddenly my foot just went through the ground. Curbed my hip, and I managed to scramble and get out of there. But we didn't realize you're weren't really thinking about was that the entire area was saturated with these lava tubes..

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"The day's news. We are all about telling stories stories Hollywood doesn't want you to hear stories the media mocks stories about everyday Americans at the elites ignore you can think of red pill America as audio documentaries. And we promise only one thing the truth is it the iheartradio app to listen to read pilled America. Welcome back to coast to coast, David Politis with us with just remarkable stories and David to these stories come to you. Now are people emailing? You these stories San, hey, somebody just missed disappeared here. How do you find them? All. Stories of everyone who disappears and I think people really need to read the books go to your library, get them, whatever and understand the profile that we're looking looking at. We're not interested in everyone who disappears. Everyone is it's disappointing that they do. But I don't have the time for looking for this specific profile points that point to these people. Fitting a specific class disappears. And that's what we're looking for. Let's talk about some water related disappearances in tragedies as well. Let's pick it up with the Martinez Wyndham what happened there. So the cases we're gonna talk about for the next three or four here all occurred in the greater Minneapolis Saint Paul area. Now, that's weird. It is very strange and in my last book, I defied series of places in North America. And in other countries where this is happening at a very very high degree, the number one place in the world right now, we're this is happening is in Manchester in the UK, Manchester has a series of canals and rivers that criss-cross the city, and they have had a number of young men that have fallen into these canals and died and a large percentage of them. The medical examiner said we don't know what killed them, and in some of these canals, you could stand up and walk out, but they're debt so Manchester the UK now, let's talk about Saint Paul Martinez. Wyndham thirty eight years old disappeared November. Seventh two thousand fifteen from savage. Minnesota the city just south west right on the periphery of Minneapolis, Saint Paul beyond a credit recovery business. He coached used us basketball and lakeville just south apart drive in east of highway thirteen on the seventh. He put on his running shoes. And he told me he's going to go for a run. You never came back. Now, I've written. I've written many stories about these people that have gone for a run never come back later found in a body of water. His body was found almost four months later on the eleventh of March in a holding pond behind a target store. And I we thirteen and when you look at this holding pond from the air three quarters of it is surrounded by real tall trees and thick brush now as of today, there's no cause of death released by the coroner. Still. Now, I wrote about a case in my last book the case of boy named Joshua swallows twenty two years old from Indianapolis he disappeared on eleven to twelve went to a friend's house. Visit and your midnight ride socialized. Having a good time. You left his phone in the residence. And he said I'm just gonna go outside for a second was never seen again. Now, there's a retention pond. Next to a Kroger store about a quarter mile away and rescue workers that were looking for him the next day found his shoe kind of on the periphery of the pond. Indianapolis fire put a tactical dive team in this pond. It's not a big pond, Georgia's probably two or three times the size of a normal swimming pool, if that's probably not very deep. I would guess no. Tactical Daikin spent the day cleared. It said there's nothing there. Now fast forward to the twenty third an employee of the stores walking by the pond. And he sees the body in the water fire department comes back out they pull the kid out. No shoes. No socks on. Now, here's the important point. And something that's overlooked by some investigators. So he went missing on the second of November two thousand twelve he's found twenty one days later in that pond. The coroner said that the body appeared to be in the water one week. It would be delighted falling apart. If it was in the water that long. So his parents said in the interview that their son number one never took his socks off ever. Even when he was walking around their house. He was a really good swimmer, and he would no way ever ever in November going upon for a swim. Now, the coroner ruled accidental drowning any hedge did he said, well, it's possibly accidents drowning meaning to me the guy's not real sure. And when you look at the totality of what I've done in in this last book, and there's probably been fifty more cases this year. Just like this important point corner said appeared the body had been in the water for one week where was he for two weeks? And how did he get out there a quarter mile away when he's simply went outside that house for just a little bit? And then he disappeared. Now, another key point to this is that he didn't have a cell phone with them. I've written that it appears as though that's one of the target points. Well, you know, I was just going to ask you that. Because because of the other case of the woman found dead with a little baby you said, no cell phone this no cell phone. I find that to be ironic, especially with a twenty two year old young man, they live on their phones, they live on their phones for sure now this case you stood. He forgot his phone, right? What he left it inside the apartment, and they didn't say what the reason was behind it. But even that I mean, how many people leave their phones just sitting around unless they forget it not a lot right now. It might in this last book of mine called a sobering coincidence. The I talk about a number of these disappearances where the person that disappeared is on the phone with somebody as they vanish. And what they say is completely bizarre. Sometimes they'll say where are you? I need you here. Now, boom phone goes dead. They're found in a river, you know, three miles away thirty days later. Now, here's probably one of the most bizarre cases, you will ever hear Henry McCabe thirty two years old. He's an auditor for the state of Minnesota a revenue auditor, very smart, man. Get a lot of public speaking to businesses and things about revenue Minnesota. On the seventh of September. He went out with some friends and at two thirty approximately tells a buddy, hey, just dropped me at the gas station. I'm going to get something to eat, and I'm just gonna walk home. He gets dropped at the gas station, and it to twenty eight the phone goes to as he makes a call to his wife, Karen, McCabe, and it goes to voicemail and it's recorded. And the wife said it sounds like he was injured. There's a pause. He's somebody says stop it. But intermixed with that for two minutes is a series of moans rows and groans that are out of this world. Strange. Anybody can go online Google Henry, McCabe growls and sounds on a voicemail, and it's out there right now and you'll hear the ground the gr- the groans, you will it's very explicit. It's it's nasty. Now, he just he disappears on September seventh. His wife gets his voicemail things. What the heck is going on? They search everywhere for him. On November second, you know, almost two months later. His body is found in a place called rush lake kayakers going down the wake lake finds body in the water calls. The sheriff sheriff comes out pulls the body out. And they say, it's freshwater drowning. Now in my last book, I talk about something called G HP HP is almost like a paralytic drug. It makes you know, what's happening to your body, but you can't move and years ago. It used to be called a date rape drug now in in several of the cases, I chronicled the quarter went above and beyond their normal screening for drugs, and they screen for other things, and they found these super exorbitantly high levels of GHB in several of these people's bodies. Now when you read things though, the parents says, yeah, he was a great swimmer. But if they had these super high levels of GHB in their system, they couldn't swim. So if a determination comes down that they drowned. Well, they didn't drop because they didn't try they drown because they couldn't get out. They couldn't move now. And you start to think, well, you know, somebody at a bar drug them. No. And the reason being is that the levels of the GHB that are found in their bodies when it's tested for our so far beyond the norms of what we see in people that have had date rape drugs. You have to think how is it being administered? And when is it being administered and g each is one of those things which are naturally occurring agent in the human body. But one reason that it's a really good drug to use on. Somebody is that it comes out of your system, really fast. And out of the I don't know twenty drugs that are normal medical examiner examiner. Screens for GHB is not one. That's that's the these cases just gets stranger in stranger and stranger, David. So again, that's the second case on the periphery of Minneapolis. Saint Paul go to October thirty two thousand fifteen Joe Bruno twenty three years old. He was captain of his football hockey and baseball teams when he was in high school. He was a graduate of a Nokia college, and he was going to his his friend's wedding. At a Holiday Inn in up -sego Minnesota. He was last seen walking across the street to a cornfield from the bar in the hotel. He is going to the bathroom or something. You never came back. He was reported missing. When this happened, George. I could've told you exactly where they're going to find this man because no more than four hundred yards on the other side of the field. The Mississippi River another water case, and that's exactly where they found him days later, and they determined. It was drowning with alcohol is a contributing factor. Now, go to March twenty fifth two thousand fifteen four fifty nine in the afternoon. Twenty one year old William happy at four fifty nine. He calls his dad, this is in Rochester. Minnesota just thought Minneapolis kid play. Competitive tennis volunteered. At the mayo clinic was going to school and had come home for just a short period of time was set to graduate from the university of Illinois in six weeks. Outstanding student outstanding person came home for the weekend. His dad bought him a new pair of shoes. And he went for a run his phone was last teamed at fifty fifth street north west and west river road. He didn't come home that afternoon. He was reported as missing. Is bodies found a month in one day later at seven pm? In a pond in a quarry on foster Iran park. Such a strange place to find a body. I can't even explain to you. How strange it is. Casa death ever revealed. No. And that's that's obviously one of the things everyone's concerned about and no cause of death was released by the coroner why why don't they release these things? You know, maybe they don't release it. Because when they can't find it. They don't want to be embarrassed that could be or maybe it's so horrific. They don't want to scare everybody. Very true. Now, very recent case June six to two thousand sixteen if you notice all of these guys, and I'm telling you about outstanding people good athletes usually doing some type of athletic event when they disappear there are all guys they're all guys. Luke gabar. GB RT nineteen years old. He's a afraid he was a freshman at Wesleyan university in Delaware, Ohio, just north of Columbus. He was considered a star soccer player. Phenomenal athlete. Disappeared. Just overnight. He was found the next morning on February six in a creek north of campus. It's called Delaware run creek. She point corner can't determine the cause of death. Families devastated. Nobody knows what happened to him. How he got there? Why he died? Now, the thing is is that as as you go forward on these. If you don't know what you're looking for. There's something called plausible deniability. So if a lot of these guys have a lot of alcohol in their system, people are going to say, you know, he was just an idiot walked he fell in the river. And he drowned. That's right hit his head something. Right. But there's a few cases where the plausible deniability is out. Gabbard didn't have anything in his system. Few these cases the person had no alcohol in their system. And even I tried to explain that. I'm giving a talk to a group even if there's a hole in your system and your good swimmer swimmer there. And the total number of cases where the corner can't determine the cause of death is not normal. It's not normal at all most of the time. They can their percentages are high. And why these are streamed into what I'm discussing tonight is that Jeanine can't find a track. There's no witnesses ever ever to these people going into water. Now is this different David from the disappearances in the parks. Are we talking about the same thing or we talking about two different kinds of bizarre circumstances? Well, if you look at the profile points that you're applying to the disappearances and the parks and the forest it's gotta be related. Okay. And. Even though the people are found in the parks in the forest. There's number of those cases where they couldn't find the cause of death. Either down my talks with the medical examiner's about this. They said, yeah. Yeah. That's that's not normal. We should be able to figure out. What kills most people occasionally one comes around? But in the numbers, you're quoting in the numbers you've identified on these issues. It doesn't make any sense. Now, if you talk about Manchester in the UK, sixty bodies have been found in the canals and the rivers since two thousand eight between August two thousand and ten in August two thousand twelve twenty of these deaths happened. Many of those cases their corners even said they can't figure out a cause of death. And just just this last year. There was a new documentary that came out about it. And it essentially said everything I just told you they they some groups calling it the pusher because the people end up in the water and not everyone agrees that no one's gonna go in that water voluntarily. So they're thinking somebody's pushing him. But with all the close, circuit cameras in Manchester, and in all the closer to cameras around universities in Wisconsin that I've written about or in downtown, Chicago or New York downtown New York, nobody is ever seen going into water. David. I dunno in Manchester in the United Kingdom you say. There have been sixty one deaths so far. Yeah. And that's probably a low number. There's probably been more as you go back in time. But right now, they're just quoting sixty-one. I get emails all the time from people, you know, wanting profile points to look at and contact information. And they know if you Google you're just going to see tons and tons of articles about it. Very it..

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