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This Week In Google
"salt lake valley" Discussed on This Week In Google
"It just likes cheese. Go, pat go. I mean, I like cheese, so I'm wrong with cheese. He has a cheese head. He has, if you go into his room, he has so much Green Bay paraphernalia. And it's, I think it's just to drive his parents crazy much respect. Well, they are a team owned by the fans. The people. I love that. I want to take him to Lambo in December and really enjoy the weather and I want to do that one day too. I'm a Michael, you have to paint yourself green and gold and take your shirt off and be a man, my son. I missed out on a tour of Lambeau fields and kind of the tech stuff, well, I didn't get to go because my kid had COVID. So then I went to Puerto Rico. So I remember that. It wasn't terrible. I remember that wasn't so long ago. Sunday is usually around $300 a season. So we'll see if we subscribers. Yeah, it's pricey get a deal. That's a lot to watch Green Bay packer games. Google fiber is back, baby. They're rolling out a $125 a month 5 gig service in four cities. Is that it seems like that's slower than the ten gig, but they'll install a ten gig fiber Jack so you can get more Internet when you're ready. You also get a Wi-Fi 6 router and up to two mesh extenders. But you have to be in Kansas City, West Des Moines, Salt Lake valley, or Provo, Utah. Okay, wait a minute, 5 gig. Now I'm getting it. So they offer for 70 bucks a month, you can get one gig, two gigs for hundred bucks a month. Now you can go to 5 nobody needs 5 gigabits a second. At home wait a minute. So I'm sort of with you on that,
Leading Saints Podcast
"salt lake valley" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast
"Deal with guys like me and so we're working to convince them to give us a home loan so nonetheless that we've moved around. But we came from a mistake where we lived for ten years. I served as a bishop for 5 of those years. I was in the state presidency. I was in that socially and even locally, we were established. We had roots. We knew people. We felt it home there. And then to move, even though we moved in the Salt Lake valley, we're still in the same city or town, but when we move in this church, even when we move down the street, if you're in Utah, suddenly you're in a different ward or stake, and it feels like you've moved a different town. You're social connections of completely changed, even though I can go, my daughter could still go, we could drive her down the street to those friends. We just don't see ourselves doing that. We look for people in the ward that our daughter can hang out with. And so what thoughts came to mind? Where do we begin the discussion of applying some of these principles to living in a ward or stake and how that dynamic? Because really if you wrote this book for deseret book, you could slide in a few more chapters as far as what this means for award or stink, right? Yeah, you're absolutely right. Our wards and stakes are our communities. And they're play based, unlike any other church I can think of, except maybe the Catholic Church, which does kind of geography based parishes. We are a church that very firmly tells you where to go to church based on your address. And it's a big deal. We don't if you're in a state presidency or whatever, you know that you really want people to attend where they're meant to attend. It's kind of an issue in the church. Why does it matter so much? I think it's, you know, there's some logistic things that go along with it. We need to know who we have stewardship over and where we can hold callings and things like that. But I also think that the idea of giving people a church home based on their geography is a way for us to become a little more christlike. We're not choosing who to hang out with. We're being told this is, this is where you are and make it your home. Make it your community. And sometimes that goes really well. And it's really easy to settle into a community. You feel very welcome at once and sometimes it takes a lot longer. And we certainly can be in wards or branches where many years later we were still struggling a little. But I think it's an opportunity for us to kind of push past it in the way that I talk about in the book about being intentional about our behaviors and trying things to actively create that connection. I think we can do that in our wards and branches as well. We can seek to create connection. We can seek to create a sense of community. We can seek to love our fellow award members instead of being irritated with them. And it takes work. It's not always easy, but I think it helps us grow. Maybe faster than if we
Clark Howard Show
"salt lake valley" Discussed on Clark Howard Show
"I think <Speech_Male> Boise Idaho <Speech_Male> and other cities <Speech_Male> in Idaho <Speech_Male> possibly <Speech_Male> markets <Speech_Male> in the Salt Lake valley, <Silence> <Speech_Male> Austin, <Speech_Male> Texas. There are <Speech_Male> going to be these markets <Speech_Male> where the escalation <Speech_Male> of values was <Speech_Male> so rapid <Speech_Male> in such a short <Speech_Male> period of time <Speech_Male> that values <Speech_Male> may go back to what <Speech_Male> they were in 21, <Speech_Male> let's say. <Speech_Male> And the <Speech_Male> gains of 22 <Speech_Male> will vanish. <Speech_Male> So only <Speech_Male> people who bought <Speech_Male> very recently <Silence> will <Speech_Male> suffer the decline <Speech_Male> in those values. <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> Ivan <Speech_Female> and Colorado <Speech_Female> says two days before <Speech_Female> Christmas, I purchased <Speech_Female> a snowman <Speech_Female> family display <Speech_Female> love that <Speech_Female> at a big box store <Speech_Female> as a present <Speech_Female> for a family member. <Speech_Female> They were grateful <Speech_Female> but said that they <Speech_Female> wanted downsize <Speech_Female> such things as they're <Speech_Female> in their 80s. <Speech_Female> So I took the never <Speech_Female> opened item back <Speech_Female> a few days after the <Speech_Female> holiday, but <Speech_Female> was told they would not <Speech_Female> return any such items. <Speech_Female> When I <Speech_Female> asked why an employee <Speech_Female> said customers could be <Speech_Female> dishonest and use <Speech_Female> them and return once <Speech_Female> the holiday was over. <Speech_Female> I spoke with a manager <Speech_Female> who told me they <Speech_Female> would not return <Speech_Female> any such item. <Speech_Female> I said, even <Speech_Female> if it doesn't say so <Speech_Female> on my receipt and <Speech_Female> nothing of the sort was <Speech_Female> posted in the area where <Speech_Female> I found it, <Speech_Female> he just said no. <Speech_Female> Any advice? <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> Yeah, okay. <Speech_Male> So Ivan, it <Speech_Male> is customary <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> with <Speech_Male> seasonal things <Speech_Male> like blow ups and <Speech_Male> things like that. <Speech_Male> Those <Speech_Male> items are <Speech_Male> no return <Speech_Male> items unless they <Speech_Male> are defective. <Silence> And that <Speech_Male> has been <Speech_Male> a lot of retailers <Speech_Male> in their ads <Silence> <Speech_Male> will say that. <Silence> I wonder, <Speech_Male> this is <Speech_Male> a major retailer. <Silence> <Speech_Male> If you could go back <Speech_Male> Ivan and find <Speech_Male> an ad, <Speech_Male> be archived <Speech_Male> online <Silence> from <Speech_Male> the time period <Speech_Male> where you bought this <Speech_Male> and see if in fact <Speech_Male> it says <Speech_Male> all sales are <Speech_Male> final. <Speech_Male> If not, <Speech_Male> then the <Speech_Male> normal company <Speech_Male> policy is <Speech_Male> what's defaulted to. <Speech_Male> If the <Speech_Male> item is unopened, <Silence> <Speech_Male> was not used, <Speech_Male> then <Speech_Male> it is <Speech_Male> if there was <Speech_Male> no posted policy <Speech_Male> of no returns <Speech_Male> on this category <Speech_Male> of items, <Speech_Male> it is reasonable <Speech_Male> for you to be able to <Speech_Male> return it. <Speech_Male> You were blown <Speech_Male> off at the <Speech_Male> store <Speech_Male> and so <Speech_Male> I would try <Speech_Male> to contact <Speech_Male> the manager, <Speech_Male> the general manager <Speech_Male> of that store. <Speech_Male> This chain, <Speech_Male> they post the name <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> picture of <Speech_Male> the general manager <Speech_Male> of each store location. <Speech_Male> Let me <Speech_Male> call it store manager, <Speech_Male> whatever. Is there <Speech_Male> a lot of people in <Speech_Male> a retail environment <Speech_Male> or a big box store <Speech_Male> who have a <Speech_Male> title of manager, <Speech_Male> but you need <Speech_Male> to talk to the <Speech_Male> actual <Speech_Male> real store <Speech_Male> manager <Speech_Male> because <Speech_Male> in good faith you <Speech_Male> bought it, you <Speech_Male> bought an intending <Speech_Male> to give it a gift <Silence> and <Speech_Male> you did not <Speech_Male> use it <Speech_Male> in an abusive <Speech_Male> kind of way. You didn't <Speech_Male> blow it up, use it <Speech_Male> till Christmas and say, <Speech_Male> ah, I'm going to pull one <Speech_Male> over on them. <Speech_Male> I'm going to return it. <Silence> And <Speech_Male> so again, unless <Speech_Male> there was a published <Speech_Male> policy saying, <Speech_Male> all <Speech_Male> sales final and those <Speech_Male> items, <Speech_Male> you should <Speech_Male> properly be <Speech_Male> able to return it. <Speech_Male> You could <Speech_Male> as an additional step <Speech_Male> if the store <Speech_Male> manager says <Speech_Male> life's tough and then you <Silence> die. <Speech_Male> You could file a complaint <Speech_Male> with the BBB <Speech_Male> at BBB dot <Speech_Male> org. That would <Speech_Male> be considered a <Speech_Male> corporate for this <Speech_Male> big box. <Speech_Male> It might get <Speech_Male> you a solution <Speech_Male> you're happy with. And <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> with those big blow <Speech_Male> ups, <Speech_Male> maybe you got another <Speech_Male> friend or family <Speech_Male> member who really <Speech_Male> loved to have one <Silence> for <Speech_Male> next Christmas <Speech_Male> in those to come. <Silence> <Speech_Male> And I want to tell you, I'm <Speech_Male> really sorry if we did <Speech_Male> not get to your question <Speech_Male> today, <Speech_Male> if you're not
Thank God I'm Atheist
"salt lake valley" Discussed on Thank God I'm Atheist
"Spring of 2022 has dropped from 39 to 36%. Okay. I would expect it more on that one. Yeah, I mean, look, infrequently there's not a lot of onus on you. If you're going, you know, if you're Easter and Christmas already. Yeah. Fair enough. You can manage eastern Christmas still. Like your life has not changed much. But still, even them, even they lost three percentage points. So it's a pretty significant drop. Yeah. Yeah. And if you think about 26 to 24% of the whole, right? Yeah. Like, okay, two percentage point. But if you actually look at that 26% as actually being a community of a 100% of people, right? If that makes any sense, right? There were churches, what's the percentage of drop off at those churches when you look at that and kind of shift the numbers? Individual congregation. That 26 to 24 looks a lot bigger. Yeah, exactly. Well, and we're seeing that here. We've talked about it a little bit on the show, but you know, Mormon churches are dropping like flies. I was talking to a friend just this week. And he was saying that in an area of the Salt Lake valley called daybreak. Oh, yeah. Salt Lakers will know what that is. It's kind of stepford here in Utah. It's a planned community. It's a master planned community that people like to shit on because it's a little too cute for them. It's actually the cutest of the master planned communities by far. It's the amenities are fantastic. Yeah. But if it wasn't where it was, I would live there. But also because the home anyway, if you drive through it, you will be thinking of every dystopian, like every movie that's ever tried to present a utopia that was actually a dystopia, takes place there. Okay, all right. The recent one with Florence Pugh and Harry Styles. It takes place there. That's where they shot it in daybreak? No, it's just the place that it takes place. Oh, okay. Not in real life, just in my mind. Anyway, the Mormon church is prominent there is huge there, but it grew and grew and grew and then since the pandemic, it is contracting like mad. Like something like multiple stakes, those of you without Mormon background, I apologize. A steak is like, it's a diocese. There you go. And multiple stakes have been combined into a single stake. No. No. Yeah. What are they gonna do? And multiple wards that would be like a congregation, combined into single wards. Yeah. It's happening, people. It's happening. It's true. Well, I mean, the whole, again, we're really talking about Salt Lake here a lot. But we're talking about Mormons essentially, but you sculpt with the clay that you've got. But the whole, it's basically like the whole eastern side of the valley is not very Mormon anymore. No. It's really strange, like places like sandy and Draper. It's just not as still a lot of words. There's still a lot of Mormons, but like they're just aren't the numbers that there used to be. And it doesn't have that feel. Like there's a feel when you go down into like Provo and Orem, right? Yeah. American fork Utah county. It's creepy. There's a creepiness to the whole thing. You just don't feel that anymore in the eastern side of the valley. It's really weird. I'm just going to get into some quick numbers. So the biggest drop in terms of people stopping going to church won't surprise you, liberals, pre-pandemic, they were going to 31% in other 46%. We're not going to go. Yeah, not going at all. Okay. Never married. Those who are never married, that was a big drop. That makes sense. Yeah. Churches for families, right? And the social aspect of a lot of church. And again, speaking from a Mormon perspective. There's so much pressure to get married, have kids. And if you're a single person, never married person, you know, starting to age, like I think wards have a Mormon wards have a hard time finding a place for you. And I can imagine it being similar in other churches. Yeah. The next biggest category was those aged 18 to 29, no surprise there. And then the next biggest category was those aged 30 to 49. Yes, there are no surprise. Us. Our group. That M we. So that's good. So yeah, it goes down from there. Men dropped out much more than women. Okay. There's something, yeah, what is it about women that they commit more hard to religion than the men do? I don't know. I don't know what that is. We need to save them. We need to help them. Someone please think of the ladies. Yeah. And it goes down from there. Surprisingly, a lower education led to more decline in worship. So high school or less is has a higher decline than some college, which has a higher decline than college graduates. Which has a higher decline than postgraduates. I think that's interesting. That's almost exact opposite of what you'd expect. Yeah, right? Yeah, I don't know. I mean, you said higher decline for those groups. Yeah. Maybe we've already done everything we can with the college educated now. The rest of the rest of the folk are catching on. Yeah, something. I don't know. I don't know what that is. You know, maybe it's just to do with their good at commitment. The college, the college educated. Who knows? Who knows? All right. Well, Dan actually, if you're finished, this topic segues nicely into my next story, which has to do with the religious composition of the incoming 118th Congress. And as of right now, we actually have a house people can be sworn in and stuff. Yeah, I was about to say a functioning house, but that seems like a stretch, it's not going to be functioning. It functions strictly on paper at this point. I don't know. If in reality, it's going to be that functional. But they can at least actually establish rules and do what they need to. That way. Form committees and whatnot. Yeah, so as always, the political figures in the United States and our representatives in Congress are way out of whack. It's way it's so disproportionate to the reality on the ground as far as the religious makeup of Congress. The article points out that nearly three in ten Americans claim no religious affiliation, but that only two. Only two of the 534 incoming members of Congress. Claim no religious affiliation. That's both houses of Congress. Wow. It's the house of the House of Representatives and the Senate. And the 5 34, if anybody out there actually knows that it should be 5 35, somebody passed away after being elected. And so they're not counting that person. All right, that's why that number is off. But the two, the two people that represent all of us, U.S. representative Jared Huffman of California, right? Who identifies as humanist. And the next one is very disappointing. Kirsten sinema. I don't know how you guys feel about kyrsten sinema. I'm not a fan. No, she's just literally just an agent of chaos. She has not done anything good for our country, except lord. Throw us into more chaos. I just, I'm so disappointed with kyrsten sinema. There are apparently 20 other members of Congress who have unknown religious affiliations because they either did not answer the query that was sent to them about this. Or because the answers are otherwise muddled, such as in the case of New York Republican, George Santos. Who is all? He just answered all what religion do you want me to be? Yeah. What religion? You're going to donate on whatever religion you are. And so they're not counting whatever he said to count toward anything. No. But yeah, 88% of the current members of Congress identify as Christian compared with only 63% of the U.S. adults overall, that includes 53% of Congress who identify as Protestant and 28% as Catholic, both higher than national rates, interesting 6% of members of Congress identify as Jewish compared with 2% of the overall population. So this really makes me sort of wonder like, I think that the reason that we're not seeing more atheist or non belief representation in Congress is because we are
Leading Saints Podcast
"salt lake valley" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast
"So I've actually done that several times this past year and met some phenomenal people and just so fun to hear their stories and how they're benefiting from the leading saints content will not. So yeah, let's do lunch. Anytime you want to drive out here. So, but again, what they typically ask me is, how did this all begin? So if you've heard this story before, feel free to skip ahead. No, no judgment there. But I'll quickly tell the story of leading saint. So this is how it went down. It all begins in 20 2000 6. 2005. I was home for my mission. I got home from a mission in 2003 from Sacramento, California. And I started a few years later a year or so later I started attending a, I guess you would call it a YSA ward in taylorville, Utah, which is in the Salt Lake valley. And we met at the Salt Lake community college institute building, and that was I was living at home with my parents, and that was just sort of the local YSA war that was available. So I started attending there and I was called as the elder scorn president. And this was really my first go at being an elder scorn president. I had not a ton of or this is my first goal of being a leader, I should say. I didn't have a ton of leadership experience at all. I mean, I've been the deacon's corn president, I guess at some point, and the teacher's corn president and the Brie sworn first assistant, right? And then I was a district leader on my mission to a couple of companionships. It wasn't this intense leadership calling, but so here I was in a YSA word called as the elders corn president, a room full of a hundred plus elders, even though the doctor covenant says you should only have 96 in the quorum. We broke the rules. And I thought, you know, this is great. Like I actually want to make a difference. I want to put in the time. I want to work hard. And finally, they have the called somebody who actually wants to try. This is the naivete that I had back in the day, right? Of course, most leaders want to make a difference and they try really hard, but and so I went to work, right? And reassess the home teaching routes. I learned everybody's name. I went through the printed out the war directory, the pitcher directory, and I learned names and so and that was actually pretty good move there. But I made a lot of mistakes too. I did the guilt trip lesson. I remember there's a member of the bishopric in the room after I gave this intense guilt trip lesson. And again, not that I was blatant about guilt. But you know, like, you know, we've been asked to do this. We should really do home teaching and I remember the bishopric member standing up and just sort of praising my name at the end.
Clark Howard Show
"salt lake valley" Discussed on Clark Howard Show
"Money and building financial security over the years for your life. Just think about it. So building habits, you know, we know what bad habits do in our lives, right? Doing the same thing with good habits really has such impact over time. But again, intentions don't lead to results. It is setting things on automatic pilot that leads to results. There's a fantastic book called atomic habits if you're into this stuff about the neuroscience behind creating these little habits and how long it takes to get something ingrained in your brain. So if anyone is interested, that's a fantastic, that's just a great book. Okay, you are such a thoughtful, deep person. And I'm just not that person. Oh my gosh, yes, you are. No, I think about all the things you tell me over time about you've read this and you've studied that. Well, I couldn't do a quick calculation, so there's that. All right, let's go to some questions. This is from Ashton and Utah. Hey Clark, my wife and I currently have a small single-family home of 1550 ft² being built, and we have not closed on it yet. We can 60 days before the completion we can close. We have a locked in price at around 460 K and we have 5% ready to put down. However, we are worried about the recession driving home prices down and us missing out on market corrected priced homes. Would you recommend maybe waiting to see how a recession would affect the housing market or move forward with the house. So Ashton, I'm not expecting. I could be completely wrong, but I don't see a house price collapse. So it could be some softening of home prices, but there's not going to be any conditions moving forward that support in my mind that we're going to have anything like what you may have heard about from 15 years ago, where home prices just collapsed. This is not that environment, number one, you've got so many people that are in loans that are just fantastic loans you'd never want to give up, which is going to reduce what's known as velocity in the home market. The amount that people sell. I always forget you 1.75% or 1.87 .875. 1.875%, 15 year mortgage. She's not moving. She and her husband, they're there. And there are so many people like Kristin and her husband that are going to stay in the homes they're in, regardless of what happens with the market. So that's going to constrain supply. You're talking about Utah assume you're in the valley from Provo dog and it's one of the fastest growing metro areas in the United States and that's not going to stop. Even if population growth slows because of a recession, it's not going to modify the long trend for the Salt Lake valley north and south and the valley itself. The core of the valley. I would not fret, remember you're playing a long game, the mortgage you're going to take out when this home ends up closing is going to be higher than any of the loans that we're talking about that people have had. But when the recession does come, if in fact, we always have recession. So when the next recession comes, whenever that is, it means you'll have an opportunity to refi into a lower rate and you'll know what your house costs has been. Again, it's possible there will be some softening in home prices.
Thank God I'm Atheist
"salt lake valley" Discussed on Thank God I'm Atheist
"It pointed out that in this vast universe, Adams bumped into each other a bunch, and some of them coalesced into rocks and minerals, and some of those minerals then sort of turned started flowing with goo and whatever. And then they became haunted and started walking around and that's what we are. We are minerals. We are haunted minerals. We have, we have some inexplicable appreciate a way of thinking. I don't know what is thinking. It's all very crazy. But what I wanted to talk about was the idea that was what the difference is between looking out over our world, you know, looking at the mountains of the Salt Lake valley now, versus looking out at the world or the universe or the mountains when we were believers. And what how that experience is fundamentally different. Yeah. Because I believe, as a believer, you look at that mountain, and you're like, wow. That would be hard to make. And then another believer will lean over to you and say, uh uh, 'cause it was made by almighty God for whom nothing is difficult, and everything is easy. So, well, that's amazing. Yeah, God must be amazing. Well, and what's really amazing and what makes me feel really special is that he made it for us. Yeah. All of this was created for us. And hours. So if we ruin it, that's fine. It's ours, we're allowed to. Right. And he knew the perfect shade of green got good. Our eyes would just love. Yeah. And the perfect shade of blue to make the sky and everything looks so beautiful when our air actually is see through, which is not always here in Salt Lake..
Fly Fishing Journeys
"salt lake valley" Discussed on Fly Fishing Journeys
"Fish. There i remember some of that. But where's that the un amounts northeastern utah big mountain range. They're the only mountain range in the western united states. That goes east west. The only mountain range goes east west palm. Yeah that's very cool. When did you start taking. Fly fishing more seriously. Well i started fly-fishing. When i was nine that's when i caught my first fish on the fly rod And then i got pretty serious about probably. When i was about eleven i would say and then by the time i was twelve. It was out of control. Like you know you jacked up about it. Yeah i was begging. We're begging neighborhood parents to take up the canyon and drop-off For the day. So there's a few little streams that come into the salt lake valley there and literally if we would just get dropped off on a saturday and then our parents who come back at dinnertime and guess you know type of thing you'd never be able to do with your kids my love that i love the i love those your all american stories. You know where kids just grab a rod and go fishing in the afternoon after school and yeah some great memories there i just i remember. There's there's one stream in particular that used to have this old dam on it that thankfully remove now. But and now it's been rehabilitated. And reintroduce cutthroats but back then they still stock to this whole damn with with rainbows. But it had while brown's on both sides of it and everything so i learned how to catch fish. They're pretty much throughout my my youth there and it was fun and then catfish to high school and you go to college Have two degrees. So i have a degree in ecology and then one in Fisheries biology. okay. He called jian fishing. Biology fisheries biology fisheries biology. Okay and What school my undergrad. I finished it. Idaho state. I started my fisher stuff at utah state but then one of those moves that we had and my wife got promotions. We had moog idaho so So yeah i finished my undergrad it. I'd host eight. And then i got my graduate degree at colorado state. Actually here in four concept okay. When did you meet you like what what period along the way we got married while i got married when i was twenty years old. I was back in two thousand five when i got married. Van though right oh cool and you were guide our guide. I know you were. i was yes. I stopped guiding last year. Basically okay. I haven't booked trips for the last year and a half pretty much. Anything do crazy. Yeah i still like to fish on my own so it was either keep guiding or yeah of my own days for fishing and that was a lot of provo yup mostly where i got it there. I i also got it in southern colorado for a couple of summers down around Southwark and pagosa springs and sitting here a little bit of cross utan colorado and then. What is the craziest guide store. You can remember. It can't be shared on this pause. Okay let's let's let's just say it involved the client and some fecal matter and oh okay so leave that one off. The bike was the second craziest guys. Well i'll tell you a good one okay this. This is a happy one. i. I've fished the provo know entire life and one day i was with a client named steve ruis great guy at oklahoma who retired and basically dig dedicating his life to fishing which is fantastic and he came to improve some urine vingt skills and and he had already he was one of those kind of star clients where he actually done some work beforehand and gotten good enough that then all you had some things to work with yeah and we were fishing a stretch of river that ivc big fish out of over the years a big fish in this stretch rivers twenty two inches long something like that. Yeah you might see a twenty four inch or once a season brian. We rolled up on this this corner pool corner pile rocks and and i thought you know normally it kicks out a decent number fish and we rolled in there and he wasn't catching any fish and i was like what's going on. He's been slaying them for the whole rest of the day. It's one o'clock in the middle of the day in august right. yeah and like everywhere. Everywhere else is good. Why isn't this and so. He caught a little out of the back end of it. And we're working into the head of it and i'm going there has to be another fishing here. What is going on. So i was just about to change fly pattern and i asked him to just do a little jig drift with zero rig and on the first time. He did that as soon as he lowered the rod and it got tight again. Fish takes and i was like. Ooh i seems like seems like a pretty good fish and we didn't get a real good view for a while but we had this nice long shallow rumbelow that luckily he was able to just walk down. And how the fish back and forth. But eventually i saw it and it was an absolute behemoth of trout. By far the biggest child i've ever seen in the provo river personally while any we ended up landing it and it was I taped it. Who's just over twenty seven inches and it was almost ten pounds. That's amazing and he caught on six and a little bit you that's so cool on like Like a three way like. Oh yeah yeah yeah. It was fantastic. That's awesome. I actually have a blog post if anybody wants to read about. There's i wrote a story about that. One yeah yeah my blogging. Scroll back we want to watch that Now it's tactical fly fisher dot com. Yeah and then you just click the blog at the top and vector very cool. I've heard you say well. I don't know i was listening to some podcast or on video or maybe we're talking but i have heard you say the first thing you do when you get to pool or river is you take a temperature of the water so i take temperature usually right at the beginning of the day and then probably at least twice more throughout the day just to kind of see where things are progressing and really would've goes down to do. That is charter. Cold-blooded they are very their metabolic. Rate is very tied to the temperature of the water and that metabolic rate also helps determine where they're going to be in that river if it if it's high they're running on also cylinders the temperatures in the fifties or low sixties and their rearing to go. Then they're gonna be in some water types where they can get lots of volume of water coming pass them per unit of time because that brings more food per unit of time and so it's good feeding or so putting meal- pocket water riffles heads of runs and pools things like that. But if it's like it is right now during the winter and the temperatures in the thirties or low forty something like that and it hasn't risen at all during the day. Then you gotta look for more to be and really slow. Deeper water energy saving water essentially as water throughout the day just by that temperature. I can often change where i plan to. Target fish in the water types that are available. Show where before how whereas before. How right okay. Because it doesn't matter how well you're fishing you could be the best presentations and have the absolute perfect fly and the right rig for everything but if that water just doesn't have fishing it right now because they have occupied somewhere else because of the metabolic rate then it doesn't matter there's no fish to catch up and so always wear before how you know. The first step is finding where fish are then. You can decide how to catch okay. But you gotta know where they're going to be i and that's one of the biggest clues that will help you with that. That and along with hatches and things like that in fact in my book the first entire chapter which is the biggest chapter look is all about the where. And why. and it's all these variables to observe before you even tie on a fly that will help you determine where and how to for even going. What type of temperature's should we be looking for you know rainbows and browns and.
The Virtual Couch
"salt lake valley" Discussed on The Virtual Couch
"And then i'll reassess try something out and then it was just one of those things where she got back to me. You could facetime interviews. Suddenly i have a job. I love what she is talking about. I want this isn't why you're on here. But i want everyone in the world to go find your salon and come see you because i obviously you're my daughter and i want them to come get their hair done by. But what. I thought was really cool. Was you're saying to me be heard of the what was any graham. Have you heard of this. Have you heard of that and meg put through the paces from a tense. Like her she is holding. She's you can't be your best self. You don't know yourself that whole thing and it's so true because if you don't know how you function how are you supposed to do anything. Yeah and then. If you're at the people you're working with don't know how you function. How are we supposed to run something together. How are you supposed to be successful. So she knows everything about me personality wise like she knows yourself because you were saying. Have you heard these things. And that's where. I love the fact that you can. Sometimes it literally does take somebody else to bring these things up because as a parent. I was screaming inside of. Yeah we've talked about these things but you're forced me to understand myself a little bit better and then it just helps every employer in the world should do you just know how to communicate and you know make knows how to talk to me about things and how things how to deal with things without shutting me down breaking me. Yeah it's really been there. Were other things that were. I mean we're in this is again. It's so funny now what you said earlier. It was really hard to try to find a place for a while. But now we're in a place. And i i don't yeah but we kept moving forward and there were a lot of these times. It felt not gonna work. Can't find a place. My license trying to get everything was stressful and then also they have this job and they had a couple of weeks really to figure it out and get myself to utah so it was intense and it was scary but we just kept doing. It was one thing that just just do this. And then we'll do this me you know. What if a steps down doesn't work now all right but the thing and then again just telling myself k. A couple months from now. Somehow i'm gonna be in utah. I'm going to be at my job. Everything's we find and it's not gonna matter that's That's everything it so. I just did that thing. And then it's okay. Suddenly this apartment looks promising and then it works and then we get it. And then i have a job. Have day that. I'm going there. My license finally comes through everything. Just calling the police and here we are. We are been there for a couple of months. Yeah working taking clients covenant loving it. have you feel. Do you still feel confident. Or you've learned some crazy advance stuff around extensions and things like that right. Are those things. You didn't know that you would already be learning. Yeah my boss. I mean she wants me to be successful. Which is really nice. Yeah so she's just got right into the i it was okay. You're going to work. We're going to learn and use this. Move to a new brand new building brand new building. Were you okay now for real top. Ten one of my top ten metro areas is the salt lake valley right south jordan. Right off redwood road anyone's in utah. They know exactly what that is yeah places. It's called ivory salonen..
Leading Saints Podcast
"salt lake valley" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast
"Full-time people. Then we, we, we contract with a lot of people who, who helped us with video who helped us with translation and who helped us with with design and writing and editing. Well, that's great. And then log, No, just my dad, you know, subscribe to the desert news as young boy. I was a paperboy for the desert news for three years. And you know, it's just been in my life ever since childhood. And there's always been these like these parts of the World Church news that are are always there in some form, you know, you have the articles but then even announcements of steak or organizations or new stake presidencies Mission presidents anything like worth noting long as far as the purpose behind that door is for. And I remember when I was called into the stake presidency. I was shocked. How many people just random people in my business Network or life came up to me and said, oh hey, I heard about your new calling, and I'm like, wow. Oh, yeah. It's in the church nature. Well, popular feature of the church news is that those stake president announcements. And those are important to us because we are a living record of the restoration. We do want to be a record of the history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and that includes anyone who serves in substantial capacities of leadership in those within the church now that has changed. Over the years, there was a time when the church news wrote feature stories on all the new bishop bricks in the church. And as the church has grown, we've had to scale back and simplify a.m. We can do and what that looks like. And some of that is sad cuz we want the church Community to feel small for people and it really is small, you know, so many people know, one another or have these thoughts deep connections within the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Yeah, but it it's also now a we've got a worldwide membership of 16.5 million people across the globe. And so, we also have to think globally and we also have to figure out how to represent not just Latter Day Saints in the Salt Lake Valley or Utah. But how to represent those who are in Brazil or Indonesia or Japan. Yeah, talk to me about the, the back page of the Church notes. There's always an inspiring story or article, or is there. What's the approach as far as that page? So, for years and years, the vet, the back page was published under a headline, callback? Viewpoint and the thinking behind that was that this is a Viewpoint of the Church of Jesus Christ and a marquee Peterson. Wrote many of those early viewpoints wage and over the years. They went out a lot of questions would go would come back to us and people would say who's the author of those who writes this..
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"salt lake valley" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast
"All right. Today. I am at the Triad Center in downtown Salt Lake City with the editor of the church News. Sarah, Jane Weaver. How are you? Sarah? I'm great today. Thanks for coming back. Now. You're a fellow podcaster. So, you're comfortable in front of the Mike. Right? Well, I would getting there. Anyone is comfortable in front of Mike. Yeah, I do have a podcast. That's cool. And so the editor of the, the True News maybe. I mean, how do you explain that role that you live day-to-day? So the church news is an official publication of the church. We have a tagline that that says, we are a living record of the restoration of cool. And we, we work every week to connect members with church leaders, and with Church Headquarters and with one another nice, nice. And so, when you hear Church news, like in the South part of Deseret, News and desert news, like a traditional like media outlet with journalism and where they're looking at any story or Scandal or whatever that's happening and Ed. How would you say the church needs is different than maybe that traditional journalists journalistic model. So the Deseret News is a media company that's published out of Salt Lake City. It's been in existence for a hundred seventy years as a great Pioneer Legacy and actually early Latter Day, Saints, carried a printing press with them to the Salt Lake Valley. And and so the Deseret News, personifies all the principles of Journalism. They had an important shift in January. So after publishing a daily newspaper for so many years, they went to a digital publishing first strategy. My birth father's heart broken by the way, but and so. So now the now the Deseret News has a weekly paper. We also publish a a Deseret, a magazine and and then Daily News updates on Deseret, Deseret News, also partners with KSL where you get more breaking news updates on ksl.com. Now, the the church news brings all off. That that those two organizations bring to the table as far as journalistic integrity and doing everything, but our focus is on a totally different audience. We are published for members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day. Saints. We are correlated product. That means that we're an official product. That means that the church news is published with the churches logo on it. And we represent the church and we try and amplify the words of church leaders and church members, nice. And so if there's like it's not a pure like anything related to the church, like if there's a, you know some an accusation or a legal battle, it's not like you're going to report on everything related to the church but more of the history of the church and the restoration home that, right. Yeah, we like to promote good news. We like to strengthen faith and we work. Very hard to take the words of church leaders. The initial. Terms of church departments and the efforts of church members to Latter-day Saints across the globe. We are published in, Spanish and Portuguese. We have numerous social media channels on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram in English, Spanish and Portuguese. We have a daily Church news newsletter. That goes out with articles from Church Headquarters and about members, we have weekly newsletters. And we also do language versions of those in the last few years. We also started sending the message by way of video and by a church news podcast, which you mentioned earlier and you're the host right around the co-host. I am the, I am the host. That's cool. That's awesome. So so how many make up the staff of the church? This. So.
"salt lake valley" Discussed on Cold
"Two years earlier the utah legislature had established a system of minimum mandatory sentences. The reason we it. Mandatory is the judge. If you've got the conviction the judge could not give him probation. That's retired davis county prosecutor. Brian namba under the law. Judge rodney page had to send doug to prison for at least ten years unless there were mitigating circumstances in which case doug would get no less than five. Or if there were aggravating circumstances he would get no less than fifteen. Brian had filed emotion arguing in favor of the longer fifteen year term. So there's a list of potential aggravating circumstances they included doug's pattern of stalking women the extreme cruelty and depravity of his attack on joyce history of violent offenses his pending charges for car theft and his hostility towards joyce's family bryan also pointed out. It was only because of joyce's hesitancy to testify about specific sexual acts during the preliminary hearing that the sodomy charge had been dropped. Doug's attorney john. Hutchison did not file a motion of his own full of mitigating circumstances. Instead he simply asked judge to treat doug's convictions as misdemeanors which would spare him prison time. Altogether hutchison argued. It would be unduly harsh to send doug away for so long. Because of quote the nature and circumstances of the offence and the defendants history and character judge page reviewed a confidential pre sentence report prepared by an agency called adult probation and parole or ap and p it included background information on doug his family relationship his criminal history as well as the impact of his crime on joyce and her loved ones kim and her husband randy had sat through doug's trial in december of eighty five a trial at which kim's mother the victim was absent they had a woman on the stand and they had a picture of her of my mom on the stand and they just had that woman read word for word what my mom had said during the preliminary hearing and they had seen for the first time. Doug's wife rhonda. I just remember being disgusted by all of their shenanigans in between they just came off his this loving couple. And you know just wasn't the case doug's convictions. We're about to put that loving relationship to the test. This cold season two episode five garden variety from ksl podcasts. I'm dave collie we'll be right back. I have a bad habit. I often work late forgetting about dinner until i'm starving. Then it's a panic pizza delivery or a bedtime burrito. Not the best choices i know. I've gotta do better. So i'm going to try. Green chef. Green chef is a meal kit. Delivery service meant to make living a healthier lifestyle easier through satisfying home-cooked meals. That work around your preferences. Green chef offers thirty weekly recipe options. And they come pre measured and mostly prepped. So you don't have to spend a ton of time in the kitchen to start out. I'm going to go with green chefs balanced living meal plan and i'm already drooling for some cajun. Shrimp stir fry. If you'd like to try green chef as well go to green chef dot com slash cold one hundred and use code cold one hundred to get one hundred dollars off including free shipping. 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That's help h. e. l. p. and join the over one million people who've taken charge of their mental health with the assistance of an experienced professional. You can also get ten percent off your first month by going to better help dot com slash cold. Doug level returned to court for sentencing on the afternoon of january sixteenth nineteen eighty-six judge rodney page. Asked defense attorney jon hutchison. If there was anything he wanted to say. John said he had read the pre sentence report and believed its recommendations. Were quote disproportionately. Large to the nature of the evidence judge page then turned to doug and asked if he had anything to say just the fact that i am innocent. Duck said judge page told doug he believed the case had been proved beyond a reasonable doubt. The jury had got it right. He then handed down the maximum for each of the two counts. No less than fifteen years and possibly up to life the sentences would run concurrently at the same time. Meaning the soonest. Doug could hope to be released from prison. Would be two thousand one. This was a victory not only for the prosecution but also personally for detective. Bill hold house. Who told me he remembered john. Hutchison's reaction this is not on the record. This was after my client wants to appeal. i quit. I asked bill what he made of that statement that he knew he was guilty as sin did his job and now he was done when i made i knew john pretty well. He go to bat for his higher but he knew feeling. But guilty of sexual assault or something worse randy. Salazar kept hearing dogs words in his head. She's gone buddy. I mean that's pretty much telling you. I had something do with this just days after doug sentencing in the rape case the city attorney in washington. Terrace dropped all charges stemming from doug's june twentieth nineteen eighty-five. Dui arrest the one where he was caught driving drunk toward joyce's apartment with a loaded handgun. The prosecutor said abandoning. The case would be in the interest of justice because doug already faced a long prison sentence. He noted there were other serious charges pending to presumably a reference to the car theft cases out of salt lake city but doug resolved those easily. He cut a plea deal and received no additional prison time. No penalty for stealing the car. He had used to kidnap. Joyce joost the utah state. Prison complex occupied a spot at the southern end of the salt. Lake valley known his point of the mountain. It comprised several different buildings spread across a square mile of land. The oldest and in many ways most gloomy of them was the wasatch facility. That's where doug began serving his time on waas. Ashes abe lock inmates on a block. Were housed in cells with alcatraz style. Metal grill doors. This was a big change. Doug who on his first stint at the prison from seventy nine to eighty two had lived.
Civil Engineering Vibes
"salt lake valley" Discussed on Civil Engineering Vibes
"And he's a high three total on one boy which he's just born catcher agent for him and now he found over the congress i think he loves the podcast. Quotes of engine. Cut me can go to subsides dot com. Check it also we have sought like he's very likable on from dusk Like many thing like we we have in common with them though jumper those earth and let us go on ticket ticker by so good morning. How are you good with that. I hope you are doing things with you. Hey i'm doing very well. Thanks for having me on your podcast appreciate it. We should thank you because you were one of the guests over to be invited on broadcast so which would thank you fast to be honest now. Now it's just like thank you but we have thank you to talk to host our podcast previously. So can introduce more about yourself on to about how to the audience about yourself. Oh sure yeah. So my name's isaac oh choson. I am a practicing civil engineer. I actually started my career in the world Doing transmission engineering so designing high-voltage power lines. I graduated here. Local school university of utah and later got a masters from University of arkansas. But i've always kind of been in the utility design world so i've been working on transmission lines or anything from about forty six katie up to three forty five k v over here and It's been a fun journey. Our working on all kinds of different projects. I think the the highest structure i've ever built Was about one hundred ninety six feet tall so almost two hundred feet tall. And maybe you see it you know. I'm in salt lake valley and you can see that one if you look out over the valley Anyway so i've worked on a lot of transmission projects I've also been a project manager and helped to oversee nine consulting firms that did engineering work for us and Made sure that things were on target. There have also been a supervisor. So i supervised a group of guys Doing what was called project sponsors..
"salt lake valley" Discussed on KOMO
"Transportation Secretary Pete Buddha judge on ABC this week says the high price stimulus plan is warranted. The bottom line is we've got to support as many Americans as we can as robustly as we can and as quickly as we can time. Is of the essence. Democrats in Congress have been pushing forward a stimulus plan on a path toward approval without Republican support. Biden has said he's still open to a compromise with Republicans. Marco Malard ABC NEWS The Senate impeachment trial of former president Trump begins Tuesday. Wyoming representative Liz Cheney censured by her own state party following your vote to impeach Fox News Sunday, Cheney doubling down on the former president for his role in the deadly capital seed. The single greatest threat to our republic is a president who would put his own self interest above the constitution above the national interest. Mork, contagious variant of the Corona virus, first found in the UK now spreading rapidly in the U. S. A new study has a doubling roughly every 10 days and predicting it could become the predominant strain of Copan 19 within a month. Vaccine makers working to stay ahead of the mutations. Financial TIMES reports A new study shows the Oxford after Zeneca vaccine has no effectiveness against mild or moderate sickness caused by the South Africa variant in a statement, Oxford tells us they're not working to optimize the pipeline should a change to the vaccine become necessary, they say. Every vaccine developer is facing The same issue. ABC is Trevor Ault. It's Super Bowl Sunday. Tampa Bay versus Kansas City as a Chiefs coach recovers from a serious multi vehicle accident. A B C's. Will Reeve in Tampa. We're learning more about Thursday night's crash in Kansas City, Britt Reid's son. Of Chiefs head coach Andy Reid, smelling of alcohol, according to police. That five year old girl remains in the hospital, police report says Reid said he had 2 to 3 drinks and was on prescription. Adderall, You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed. Co Moh Sunday 10 31 in Seattle. Good morning. I'm Mark Christopher to bring you up to date. Now, with the top stories from the Coma 24 7 News Center. Recovery operations set to resume today in your Salt Lake City. Four people died following an avalanche the deadliest avalanche in the state. We're told since February of 2002, the group of eight skiing in the back country and Utah Salt Lake Valley area. Now of the eight skiers, four did survive. The other four did not. Apparently there were in the area of Wilson Basin, which is not affiliated with any ski resorts. When they triggered that Avalanche, police say nobody should have been in the back country. Yesterday's avalanche risk in that area was extremely high a deadly shooting in Tacoma early Saturday, detectives continue their investigation of the homicide. Cole Miller has an update still No. One in custody at this time, and we do know that police have responded to that place a number of times in the past for reports of large gatherings, cars packing the road and plenty of noise detectives with Tacoma police searching for clues and a killer. Seen near 36 that East McKinley. It's where one man was found dead and three others ended up in the hospital. Well, what I heard was people yelling, and then I heard shots. And.
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Utah avalanche leaves 4 skiers dead, with 4 others rescued
"ABC. It's quite Theo storms around the country here, winter still in effect, and with that recovery operations are set to resume here this morning, your Salt Lake City after four people died following an avalanche. Here's what we know. It happens to be the deadliest avalanche in that state since February of 2000 to 4. Other people managed to survive or told a group of skiing in the back country in Utah Salt Lake Valley area eight skiers total were in that area of Wilson Basin, which is not affiliated with any ski resorts. When they triggered that avalanche, police say nobody should have been in the back country yesterday as avalanche risk it was extremely high.
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"salt lake valley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"A Let's get right to our today in history for February, 4th In 17 89. George Washington Unanimously elected as the first president of the United States by the U. S. Electoral College, 18 01 John Marshall, sworn in as chief justice of the United States. 18 25, the Ohio Legislature authorized the construction of the Ohio and eerie canal and the Miami and eerie canal. It's Miami, Ohio. 18 46, the first Mormon pioneers made their exodus from novel Illinois western toward Salt Lake Valley. 18 61, the American Civil War and Montgomery, Alabama. Delegates from six breakaway US states met and formed the Confederate States of America. In 18 99. The Philippine American war began with the Battle of Manila. 1941 the U. S or the United Service Organization. The USO is created to entertain American troops. And they've done a good job of that. 1945 World War. Two. The Alta Conference between the Big Three Churchill Roosevelt and Stalin opens at the Levadia Palace in the Crimea. 1974 the Lebanese are the Symbionese Liberation Army Kidnapped Patty Hearst in Berkeley, California. She eventually was released and she's still around 1977, a Chicago transit Authority, elevated train rear ended another one and derailed Killing 11 and injuring 180, the worst accident in the agency's history. It wouldn't be the hell they call it. 2004 Facebook, a mainstream online social networking site is founded by Mark Zuckerberg and Eduardo Severin. Facebook started in 2004. Wow. I didn't know that. Yeah, I didn't know. Is that recent? Really? I think I got one in 2008 or nine. I'm not sure when I got on board of Facebook. I remember when it rolled out and I still had my space at the time. And I was just like, I I'm good with what I have. I'm not going over to Facebook. And then here we are. You got Facebook? 1916, the South Florida Fair and Gasparilla Association held its first fair and back then the Gasparilla parade. Went up. What's now be sure which wasn't then. But it wound up at the state Fair, which was In the area of where University of Tampa is now out behind it. It's ah Football field and baseball field and all those other fields out there now. That's where the South Florida fair used to be held before it moved out to where it is now. There's a lot more land and parking and everything else out there, but historically That's where the Gasparilla parade wound up. And held it there for many, many years after that. And that is our two day in history. 4 February fourth and coming up here. We're gonna talk about some of the events going on here between now and next week. With Super Bowl 55 on board. It's 8 15, and we go to the newsroom and Chris treatment. Of all House will decide today whether to strip Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene of our committee assignments, Green has come under scrutiny for her support of Cuban on and spreading conspiracies like Jewish lasers from space. House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy condemned her previous comments, but the GOP House members opted not to take action against her. Prosecutors in Wisconsin won an arrest warrant for the teenager who's charged with shooting and killing two people at the Kenosha protests last year. The district attorney's office says motion was filed for Kyle written house to be detained. Violating his bond and not telling the court that he moved to a new address. Written house was set free in November on a $2 million bond. Mother Nature may not be done dishing out the misery as two new storm systems could bring blizzards to the Midwest and Northeast this week. The first storm is forecast to bring high winds and snow starting today from Iowa and Nebraska into Wisconsin and Michigan. We'll move on through the Great Lakes and Interior Northeast on Friday on Chris Tranq Man News, radio. W F L A Now let's check sports. W F L A sports that Bree Fine..
"salt lake valley" Discussed on X96
"Of coronavirus. He didn't He didn't mention that at all. And he did. He did say to the although not mentioning Joe Biden by name. I wish the incoming administration luck. To each a thing that's very necessary. It's a word, the word. It's a word that so is he saying he didn't get get any luck and that's why it failed. That's something lucky something that every president needs. That's it. That's all I could say about that. Oh, by the way, one questions answered with White House be wiped down between administrations. Good class 1600, Pennsylvania Avenue well, will undergo an unprecedented and extensive deep cleaning. According to this reporter, But disinfecting the White House, which has already been the epicenter of three different covert 19 outbreaks won't protect the building's residents from future flare ups. Because the coronavirus doesn't live long on surfaces. This kind of power wash is more like Hygiene theater cleaning. In other words, there's lots of sticky stuff on the floors, and they're heading that up. They're trying to make people feel safe, and it's commonly done, but they're going to do it even more. I just want to quickly address a text that we got. Why did you call the capital Rioters terrorists? What about the writers that vandalize property all summer long across United States? I don't recall you calling them terrorists. Well, here's the difference. The people on two weeks ago, they attacked an actual branch of government not to starve overthrow. They tried to overthrow the government. They were looking to hang the vice president. They weren't looking to break a window at a mall. Domestic terrorism, big difference there. Alright, enemies, foreign and domestic. That's the domestic part of that. So it is this true, Donald Trump got on the plane to leave. And the band was playing. Why SK? I would be surprised way sit down bad. Brad Wheeler just texted that Senator Mitch McConnell has indicated. Privately and sort of publicly that he believes Donald Trump committed impeachable offenses. He flatly blamed President Trump. And he should include himself for the violent rampage of the capital on January 8th, saying that the mob that stormed the building had been fed lies. And had been provoked by President Trump to carry out the assault. McConnell's remarks where the clearest signal yet from the most powerful Republican left in Washington That when there is a Senate trial, and there will be pretty soon, too Convict Donald Trump of those crimes that You know, he may get convicted. Um Donald Trump is glad granted clemency to 143 people. And thank God little Wayne is going to be a free man. Hey, part is a little pardon, Little Wayne. Pardon Steve Bannon. Okay, I'll tell you about that surprises me Steve Bannon, who stole money from Trump's most fervent supporters that those bones that's what his crime was, he said. I need your donations to build the wall and Trump's people send him money, which he put in his pocket. None of that money went to building the wall. That's what he pardoned. Well, yeah, so that I can see why. On 10 person who was a friend of Jared Kushner's was pardoned. He was charged in October with cyber stalking in connection to a bitter divorce. On. Let's see who else of note Hmm. Elliot Brody was pardoned. He held finance posts in Donald Trump's 2016 campaign, and he pled guilty in October. 2 violating foreign lobbying wars. So there you go. And then there were other a lot of other people. Who you, you know, you know, that's A vet Miami venture capitalist. And, Yeah, you know, a lot of people who've cheated people out of money. Basically, yes. So, Donald says Trump is saying You know, I know. I understand these people. I know what they're like. They're like me. Then I'm going to. I think I'm going to get them all together and we're going to grift Americans. They went to Trump University. They get it. All right. Sports weather traffic. I know we're running out of time. So the jazz one they beat the pelicans. 1 18 102. Whether Nice day today fairly warm high of 45. We do have a chance of a pretty good sized storm. No coming in Friday Saturday into Sunday actually see some accumulation out of that? Traffic. We've got no accidents to tell you about this morning. I'm looking at the U dot cameras and we have a light flow all through the Salt Lake Valley. If you see something, don't you want to share it with us? You just send it in. 33986 weeks. We've been we've heard today referred to today is a light floated. Sure, sure. All right. Let's see..
"salt lake valley" Discussed on X96
"Oh, man since 2000 and five high school high school days and you guys continue on killing it. Um We could probably all right now. Yes, Definitely. Otherwise you tell Katie congratulations on getting hitch. That is awesome. No, she's getting up. She's got her. I don't know if there's a date set, but she is going to get married Pretty soon. Yeah, Yeah, congratulate. But yes, thank you again, guys being on the radio, and I really enjoyed listening to you guys every day. Thank you. All right. Thank you very much. Keep on trucking. That's fallen trucking. All right. Victor will see you later. On trucking. I didn't know we were trucking. So I guess we have to keep on trying love I love the old are come R crumb drawings of Keep on trucking with that guy Leaning back, you know. Targets his his fingers up in the air R Crumb comics. Keep on drunken Alright, Traffic. Gina. Keep on trucking. The traffic's like everyone's truck and fine this morning. I have no accidents to tell you about. Um, everything looks looks clear. That's terrific. All right. Let's see. We've got all we got big boy news and opinion window and things that must go all coming up in the next break, so stand by for that. We'll get to it right After these. You care about the air. It's you see a I r. Oh, man. I was driving up by your house yesterday, Kerry and I looked out over the valley and it was so donkey from that view up there. What's it like Dr Oh, e haven't done done that for a while, Uh And and I so I'm not contributing to the No. You know the pollution that's in the air. I try to stay inasmuch as possible, but I know you have to go out. You have to do stuff. So don't idle your car when you're out there. Uh, bike or I mean, a trip chain. That's what Carrie does. I know you save all of your You're doing all your errands today. Right today. Yes, Uh, take public transit. If you can. You gotta care about the air, because if you don't nobody else will. So it's you see a ir you care. You can go to their website you care dot org's You'll find well ways you can help out. To improve the air in the Salt Lake Valley. When Carrie Bill and Gina Run out.
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Planning a Cheap Ski Vacation
"Adore snow skiing and you might imagine as cheap guy. How could I possibly be in to snow skiing? But it's all about knowing how to do it and there are so many bargains available on getting the slopes if you have to fly somewhere to where you stay to what you do when I want to talk about a couple of aspects of getting a bargain at the two biggest ski areas in the country Colorado in Utah Colorado because of extreme airfare competition in Denver has become all tra- inexpensive to fly I to and from except at a peak holiday weekend or something so the airfare alone is going to be so much better plus in Colorado somebody that has been a trend around the country is the massive expansion of limited service hotels hells near interstates. So I'm not GonNa have you staying at the fanciest lodge in Aspen Vail or something like that but in Colorado Arado if you stay along of freeway at a boring exit where you can be in close proximity to ski mountain to. You'RE GONNA save a lot of money on your stay if you fly to Salt Lake City where there are nine mountains within a short drive of the Salt Lake Airport. You'RE GONNA pay more for airfare because the salt lake market is dominated by Delta in has a lot higher fares to and from it. Then you're gonNA find to and from Denver but even though the airfare is higher salt lake once you get there offers offers you very affordable options with large numbers of hotels in the Salt Lake Valley itself with very short drives to Ski Mountain. You have the ability to ski at different mountains each day. If you go there lift tickets the course you go to Aspen Vail or the Deer Valley. You'RE GONNA pay an amount per day for a lift ticket close to two hundred bucks a day which is just bonkers but there are many other mountains that have very affordable lift ticket prices.