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"scott crow" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:55 min | Last week

"scott crow" Discussed on KTOK

"K x x y FM 96.18 ht two Oklahoma City more alarming numbers today from the State Health Department when it comes to cope in 19 in Oklahoma. There have been an additional 1100 cases and 14 more deaths More than 600. People remain hospitalized. Governor Kevin's dead will hold a press conference this afternoon at the State Capitol. He'll be joined by Department of Corrections director Scott Crow and interim State Health Commissioner Dr Lance Fry his office as the governor will talk about the Koven 19 situation in state prisons. Oklahoma, US Senator Jim Inhofe says he looks forward to a thorough and swift consideration of President Trump's Supreme Court nominee in half, says historical precedent supports the Senate considering an election year vacancy when the same party holds the White House and Senate majority. Senator James Lankford says he looks forward to voting before the end of the year, he says if the president puts forward a nomination, the Senate has the authority to provide advice and consent, and he takes that role very seriously. Governor State is asking Oklahomans to support local restaurants. Beth Myers reports Governor Kevin Stitt has proclaimed October 1st through October 3rd as official Oklahoma restaurant days to support and celebrate Oklahoma restaurants. Oklahoma Restaurant Association says Oklahoma restaurants have lost over half a billion dollars in revenue since March, when the Copa 19 pandemic began and have had to lay off or furlough 65,000 employees. Governor State says supporting Oklahoma restaurants is critical to further boast our current economy Oklahoma City Public School officials say nearly 1800 students enrolled for online learning are not logging in to attend their classes. That's more than 5% of those enrolled in online learning in the district officials say the students who are not logging on could be dropped from their classes. I'm Margo Moreno in other news. The suspect, who was shot and wounded last week during a pharmacy robbery in Norman has now been arrested on robbery and other charges. Police say 31 year old Ezekial Jackson entered the sooner pharmacy in the 1800 block of West Lindsay Street, armed with a gun and was shot by an armed pharmacy employee. Jackson was taken to a hospital, where he was treated and released. He was arrested on Friday. Oklahoma City Police are investigating after a body was found near the entrance of the Bricktown Ballpark yesterday. The person's identity has not been released. An Oklahoma sailor killed during the attack on Pearl Harbor is being laid to rest nearly eight decades after his death. James Webb of Khobar was 23 years old when he was killed while serving aboard the USS Oklahoma. His remains have only recently been identified. He will be laid to rest tomorrow. A Dale cemetery in Pottawatomie County. And the Oklahoma County Jail Trust is moving forward with allocating cares. Act funding. I'm Marco Moreno. Hey,.

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"scott crow" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:10 min | 2 weeks ago

"scott crow" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Of connects at 17 past the hour, you will be able to hear classic moments as you just did. Hollywood stars some of the voices of panics over the years. Next hour coming up dramas and a shift to the disc Jockey era and form or on our 1/100 anniversary. Just Goto OK next 10 70 dot com slash 100. That's where you'll be able to see pictures of our history. Classic audio from the stations passed and part of our Siri's celebrating Can x a century of excellence. Anything that you might have missed here on the air? You can pick up right there on the Web site. Check your money news right now. Here's Gregg Jarrett. How many malls are there in your area? How many will there be this time next year with 1000. Moles in this country is not inconceivable that we could see a TTE least half maybe 80% of them shut up. Scott Crow, chief investment strategist at Center Square Investment Management, says it's simple math moles collecting about 20 to 25% of the rent that's particularly vulnerable or so called B level malls, Green Street Advisors say. One clear way to think about it is a beam all would be, say, the third best mall in a five mall town. Starwood Capital Founder and chief executive officer, Barry Sternlicht says the combo of the pandemic and amazon dot com was the final straw for the mall. Pandemic isn't Amazon was a pandemic to retail? Shoppin for side predictions. Money is 25,000 stores could close in the U. S. This year, mostly in malls. We check your money a 2050 after each hour. I'm Bloomberg's Gregg Jarrett for KO. Next 10 70 NewsRadio. Hey, annex covering the news in Southern California for 100 years 2018 at 1 30. These lists are still here, so it just went really quick fell by 2 to 30 was done. I just sold the house. I was in escrow. I saw it. It went into extra last week. It's been hard for four months from all because she lost her husband three months ago. We were just praying. Hi. It's Jamie Progresses. Employee.

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"scott crow" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

04:14 min | 2 months ago

"scott crow" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"Well, you really are unstoppable. I mean, honest guy. He wonders why we won't see him. You wanna find areas where they don't get it? You want to find out where it's happening? And what better way to bring it to Brentwood with your parking badge down there? I don't know. I mean, I guess like I said, as not have vampire blood way thought about, you know, going back to London right now, But the neighborhood that we stay in London has been really hard. That's another reason why we thought, Let's give it two more weeks that's taken, you know, calm down a little bit there and letting because the numbers their keep Climbing. It's we have back was I know A lot lot that's happening a lot of places. Yeah, And we were going to go also Tio think we missed in this suit? Of course you go and see friends and then England dropped the bomb on Spain, You know, so now we can't do that. We're like we're not going to go back to London and try to not do anything. At least here. We have a car. We have a bit of independence here. You know when you say England dropped the bomb on Spain, you mean they said no travel. Right, and we're gonna come back to you to sell Florentine. We're through Portugal, so he didn't have to sell 40 seconds time after arriving to that, you know, we just don't feel like staying here might be the best idea. They don't want you. They're trying to beat the quarantine, because, well, that's that's the REM ove in. You know that this is getting around everybody. If you wonder how it's getting around, That's how people beating the quarantine these beings of our travel. And I a club and I both work in London is about to open on Saturday and I did have worked there and the guy who runs it has bought these big 60 glass screens to put two separate each row. He's purchased them in China. They're sending them over and those separate the capacity of room will be down to about 25%. Normal, and I mean, it's crazy. It's like it's like you're the comic. You're also like when you go see Mona Lisa in Paris, and you stared it through glass. You don't really get close to you gets you so far away. It's going to be like the comedians have a hard enough time. Monitoring the room. But now it's going through various screens of clear plastic. It's insane, so I don't know the future bowls, and that's why I can't have been delicious Steak. Listen, Scott, the future holds a vaccine and a return to somewhat normal. That's what the future holds. Let's all just let's all hold that. Close in on us. Hey, So in the meantime, your nightly Instagram 10 minute segment at eight PM is still happening. And you're on instagram live all the time, Which is actually you're a lot of fun to watch. Are you going to continue with the Saturday night? Half hour shows as well. We are in continue that yes, and people been very generous. We thank them all very much for all of that. Yeah, that's a tip situation. Yeah, And Sarah's worried about my finances Just telling you as so, Ah, Science that panics me a little bit, too. And you said that So? Yeah, we're joined that many tips are Greatly received here. My husband denied Michael camping for a couple days. So we'll see you on instagram of the woods and Right away the other campers. I mean, when they say camping, they mean set up their tent in the park. I hate to repeat Children spend the night holding a beautiful there. To be so cute. I mean, it's a terrifying out there was a night, isn't it? Is it scary or five? Well, you'll have to tell us when you safely arrived back. Yeah, We can't wait that long and think I'll make a movie that dog that isn't yours. Abduct from its home on the regular. All right, listen. We're going to let you go. It's always awesome to talk to you. I'm I will express you right now. I'm really glad you're staying. I think that you know, it's Maur. Scott Crow. I can get the better rights. Don't I say that all the time Been the more Scott I get the Battersea sure does all the time I'm saying it hit the road, Jack. Goodbyes.

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"scott crow" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

10:04 min | 4 months ago

"scott crow" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"I I'm CNBC producer. Katie Kramer one of the voices behind the CNBC podcast squawk pot. In these times of uncertainty. We WanNa make sure we're bringing you our listeners. As much information as possible as quickly as we can. That's why we're sharing with you now a CNBC special report markets in turmoil. Listen I'm Sarah Ivan on Day? One hundred thirty. Eight of the corona virus crisis Washington gets set to vote on more stimulus for American businesses as more states including New York. Prepare for partial reopening. I have very recently seen early. Data from clinical trial with coronavirus vaccine new optimism from the White House. We're closing in on a vaccine. This is an industry that is built on the idea. You put as many people on the plane as possible. What could social distancing on an airplane look like tonight? What's possible and what isn't and this is the only source of income that I have this Special Forum for American business owners on their challenges and path forward including one owner. Who just met with the president this. Cnbc special report begins right now. Here's Sara Aisin good evening everyone and welcome stocks closing out today with small gains but ending the week with big losses the Dow S and p five hundred and Nasdaq. Oh with some fractional gains. Today the Dow rose sixty points but had been down at one point more than two hundred and seventy points but for the week the Dow. Snp both lost more than two percent for the S. and P. Five hundred it was the biggest weekly percentage loss in two months now to the big battle breaking out over what passengers want and what airlines are willing to give when it comes to safer seating. Philibeaux live tonight in Chicago fell sir. Let me take you back to what it was like pre cove nineteen when you looked at a seating chart for a typical 737. What you found was that about eighty five percent of the seats were full. In fact. Last year the industry had eighty four point four percent of the seats full and most of their flights if not all their flights. So when you look at those record load factors you thought okay. What does the industry going to do? Once cove in one thousand nine hits and we saw the images were of empty. Airplanes virtually empty airplanes. It was not uncommon to hear people say look I was on a flight yesterday and there were two other people on my flight and that gave the impression that when people would start flying again they would see empty airplanes or that the airlines would socially distance. The passengers take a look at what we're seeing within the last week. And this is what's causing quite a stir you're seeing load factors that have improved dramatically. And that's because the airlines have parked so many of their airplanes about sixty percent of the world's Commercial. Airplanes are now parked so as a result we have representative Peter Defazio. Who RUNS THE HOUSE TRANSPORTATION? Committee saying this is what should be done with airlines. They should guarantee that the middle seat will never be filled and that the planes are capped at a capacity with sixty seven percent of the seats filled. No more and this is what a typical seven thirty seven with. Look like by the way that does not equal true. Social distancing. Eighteen inches between two seats is far from six feet. If there was true social distancing at most you would get maybe twenty passengers in economy class and four passengers in business class on a typical seven. Thirty seven bottom line. Is this era. While people want social distancing especially in the airplane the reality is it just won't work for the airlines. They would have to charge ridiculous ticket prices in order for that to happen and even keeping the middle seat empty. They're going to have to raise their ticket prices substantially. They'll stay with us. Let's bring in Douglas Kid. The Executive Director of the National Association of Airline Passengers. His Organization follow the petition yesterday to pressure airlines to take more action to insure passenger safety. So what exactly is your organization calling for these airlines to do we're going for the airlines to do is to limit the load factor on all flights to no more than fifty percent We'RE NOT GONNA ask for the extreme measures. We think that fifty percent should be able to give the airlines adequate spacing between passengers. So that everybody can fly comfortably and in reasonable safety fell. What would that look like? Is that even economically possible for these airlines? It's not economically feasible for them at the current airfare rate. Which you know if you were to say okay. We're going to raise fares by forty fifty sixty percent. Then maybe we would have fifty percent capacity on our planes. But you're going down a slippery slope there because the airlines realize they start raising those fares. They are not gonNa have as many people flying and at fifty percent capacity. You're going to have people who are going to be way too close to each other at least for their own comfort level so the question is are you just going to accept it. Are you going to say I'm GonNa get on board? I'm not crazy about it but I'll take the precautions that I can take whether it's wearing a mask wearing goggles. Doing whatever I can to try to protect myself as much as possible and then you would get potentially lower fares and the airlines potentially would be able to bounce back a little bit quicker than they're expected to well dog Dogwood. Would your members be willing? Do you think the broader public would be willing to pay higher airline fares for for that kind of spacing out safety protocols that you're calling for fifty percent capacity first of all? I want to say this that flying is always involved. A degree of risk So when people know that when they get on board the airplane. There's always a risk that something could happen. Now if you say okay are people willing to pay additional money to save their life will. Of course they're willing to pay this money and they're willing to pay or fair in. That means that their safety is is substantially increased but people are not interested in is paying a higher to be on a packed plane where their health is put at risk. So if you have to say okay. Do you want to pay more? And have a little bit of social distancing. Most people I think would would go for that if you WANNA if you say. Hey we're going to put as many people on the plane. We're going to pretend that this. Ronin virus doesn't exist we're GONNA put you at risk and we're GONNA charge expert in the bargain. Passengers are not gonna go for that We expect to give value for value and when we travel expect to travel safely we expect the airlines to take reasonable precautions if that means flying at fifty percent or less For the duration of this emergency then fine and as far as the cost short. We'll pay more But then again. The cost of lying has always been variable. If you go on any of the ticket websites you can see. The price for a ticket can vary as much as one hundred percent. So okay we have to pay more to be safe will pay more to be safe. But we don't want to pay more the unsafe and have the airline CEO. We're doing everything we can about. Covert nineteen when in fact there are just operating the same way they did before. Phil are the airlines talking about fare increases to to make these sorts of proposals happen especially if they're going to get pushed by lawmakers to eliminate that middle seat know what the airlines are focused on right now is coming up with the fair that gets as many people to get back on board as possible and because they have part so many aircraft because they've got to bring down their cash burn they're burning millions tens of millions of dollars every month every day and so when they are looking at their bottom line they are saying we have got mike the flights that are in the air as profitable as possible. And how do you do that? You put as many people in as many seats as possible. Now you are trying to stress safety by saying. Wear a mask if you feel more comfortable wearing goggles where. I goggles wipe down your seat. There disinfecting aircraft after every flight at some point the airlines are saying we have got to do what we can in order to stay a lot. We cannot continue to burn tens of millions of dollars every day. It's a continue to debate that we will have here. Thank you dog our thanks to you as well for Wang. Let's move onto retail. Jc Penney just filing for bankruptcy the retailer joining others like J. crew and Neiman Marcus. Who have had to restructure from the impact of the pandemic with grim prospects for so many of these businesses. Look the normal look like for retail Scott Crow as the chief investment officer of Center Square. It's a retail investment firm. Scott thanks for joining US tonight. Just how heard how hard it would be economically for for the airlines to figure out social distancing and safety precautions. How are the retailers? GonNa do that. Well it's going to be tough for retailers. Well and you know basically what we're looking at is Right now a at about a twenty percents rent collection so the average retail Mo- landlord and about fifty percent for a shopping center rate and about eighty percents of service retail. My point that out because that's a pretty good indicator of how those Tennessee Business So as it relates to sitting in an enclosed environment. It's going to be very challenging. It's going to be much more challenging for movie theaters. Restaurants Gyms And other forms of retail. We'll bounce back that along with hospitality and leisure retail. Makes UP ABOUT TWENTY. Five percent of the underlying workforce in the US and there are a lot of those people who are out of the job right now and a lot of those jobs won't be coming back.

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"scott crow" Discussed on Worst Year Ever

Worst Year Ever

08:13 min | 6 months ago

"scott crow" Discussed on Worst Year Ever

"Now. This has been incredibly thorough and eliminating. Yeah thanks I. I don't have the answers. I mean that's the fucking truth. I'm not sitting here on the top of the mountain going. Like hey man this is all Gonna. Work. I'm with everybody else. I'm just trying to figure it out and come along but had made quite a few mistakes along the way and have been in some stupid situations that that where it was needed and so I think that it's a have some practical experience and it was willing to talk about it and that overall thing that's the only thing I think I'm bringing to the table because I think all of all of you I think are I think when we talked to people who are reasonable and that people all want to do this. Yeah one of the one of the real lessons of any disaster and there's actually been a significant amount of just academic scholarship on this. Is that more than anything else? People want to help each other. Most people you know you've got that you've got that minority of the population who are monsters in any given part of the world. But most people want to help the people around them in their community and a big part of building systems of mutual aid. is giving people an opportunity to be nice to each other And to be helpful to each other and I I think that More than anything building. Those systems is the is the Is the treatment for the real disease right now which is fear like. That's that's that's going to do more damage to our society than the actual virus itself and this is the vaccine for it is getting is doing shit and also taking while you do should by the way I wanNA make sure upstanding this take take proper sanitation and P P precautions. Yes yes you know. Yeah Yeah but some rush you know. Some people can run to the fire and other people can stand nearby the fire. You know then we need all of those people and when you have people stand back way back and so you need to do that. We need all of those people working together. Not Individually if you're if you're still at a loss to what you might do one thing I might suggest. Is You know washing your hands. I using gloves print out some sheets of paper that say hello my name is this is an email address or phone number where you can contact me. Do you need something right. Indeed something picked up. Are you low on something like are you unable to leave your house? If so reach out to me and I can try to help you and Organiz that stuff on its spreadsheet and see if you can help two or three people in your neighborhood and see where where that leads you And again always you know sanitize your hands before you handle the paper you know have have gloves on or at least like a trash bag around your hands it. You'll be careful. Do Take. Take the precautions that are necessary to keep your community safe. But you know that's a way you can do with Scott was talking about. Ask people what they need and then attempt to provide it. It doesn't have to be you. Don't have to be building a clinic. That thirty thousand people volunteer at right like there are there are yeah skills ahead of that like the woman in my neighborhood. She put flyers up around the neighborhood. And maybe somebody that sees that will be able to use that resource. You know. It's not thirty thousand people it's one woman and then we have to judge it because everything. Dan fucking massive scale. Just let people do be what they WANNA do. As long as they're trying to work together on it you know like I mean if that's what that lady does and that that helps her far better than you know standing in line to buy mounds of toilet paper can you feel so disempowered to know and I think also approaching this I think one of the piece I would throw into this approach it with solidarity not charity and the reason is a big distinction there solidarity means that we are in this together and that that is different power share even if I have more resources stuff I want. I'm if I do good I want you to do good also and that's far different than charity. Which is like. I'm just going to help you. I don't even care I care but I don't care that much that's a band date where solidarity is like we are in this together and that's important because we are in this together. Nobody's immune from it. Yeah that's a really good point and I think one of the most important things to keep in mind. Is that like the goal of all of these? Things isn't isn't for like you to come in and provide things to other people and be the savior. The goal is to build. Like when you're reaching out to your neighbors and figuring out what they need and trying to ways to provide it your building resiliency within your neighborhood. That also defends and liberates you and that's a critical component of it. Yeah Yeah we're just about out of time here but Scott. You said you had a couple of things that you could plug for us today for yourself but here with us and it's not self promotion. I'm promoting these things because I'm trying to get them out for free and I want people to know that and it's my. It's my part that I can do my first black flags and windmills. That came out from. Pm Press is now available for free And the digital EP READER. All you have to do is give them an email and I negotiated with them for quite a while because they are also struggling as a small publisher. They are also struggling Because I wanted to get my books away for free. I often do during these disaster times. And this is what we came up with. An eight also put like ten other really good books on that list. Pm Press Dot Org Palmeri Press Dot Org You And you can go there and get a free reader black flags and windmills and or choose another book And I would recommend that also my My first book blackflies when meals is available in Spanish from the Outta Bozo. Papa collective collect data. I don't have their email address. But there's print copies available for Spanish speakers and digital copies also available for free to Spanish speaking people for communities that would need those and then I started a small record label. Last fall called emergency hearts based on this concept that I have called emergency hearts and it's a music label and then what we're doing with my my small record. Label is at two titles that we're selling and all the one hundred percent of the proceeds goes to different groups so one of them is enterprise. Blues revisited is an EP that I just released with televangelism and we're giving that one You can buy it all. One hundred percent of the proceeds goes to Mutual Disaster Relief Dot. Org this great organization that grew out of common ground occupying a bunch of organizations that works on this stuff. We talked about them earlier or at another compilation called. Richard Clubs Classics You buy that because I live in Austin Texas. It supports the Health Alliance for Austin Musicians. Helps Musicians. That don't have health insurance in crisis all the time I it doesn't just give them insurance. That actually gives them. It actually provides medical support for them and so all the proceeds from that and then all the other titles. I think we have like sixty titles on there. All the rest of them are free until April thirtieth for anybody who just wants him. Download them whatever it is. It's I mean we're all just do you gotTa have something to get you through if you like. Electronic Music is the place to do while. We're going to end the episode playing some of your music. You guys like that. You can go check it out. In the meantime you can check us out online at worst year pod on instagram and on twitter and Scott. What's your twitter? Handle in case people wanNA find you online at Scott under the score crow. Just do Scott Crow. You'll you'll find him. Thank you so much for all of this incredible information. I think we've learned a lot today. Thank you for having me on the compensation and thank all of you for listening and please go out there and do something new. Something resist rebel create and Build. Yeah go.

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"scott crow" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:34 min | 8 months ago

"scott crow" Discussed on KTOK

"Thousand eighty okay okay XXY FM ninety six point one to Oklahoma City this series of death chamber missense governor Kevin state Attorney General Mike hunter in Oklahoma department of corrections director Scott crow say the state will resume executions using a three drug lethal injection protocol officials say the state is obtained a supply of those drugs executions were halted after a botched lethal injection in twenty fourteen the love did invade riding on the Gurney drug mix ups in twenty fifteen which the wrongly filled drugs were delivered ACLU of Oklahoma director Ryan Kiesel says given the state's repeated failures in carrying out executions and the government's refusal to share information it's just common sense that we should not trust the government with this awesome and irrevocable power he says there is simply no humane way for the government to kill its people he says Oklahoma's experiment with the death penalty is a miserable and grisly failure the national model would be displayed on all state buildings if call my house speaker Charles McCall gets his way Jacqueline Scott reports house bill thirty eight seventeen would require the office of management and enterprise services to display in god we trust in a prominent place in all state buildings except for those owned by school district the size and placement of the phrase would match cal the motto is displayed in the U. S. capitol visitor center the group American atheists is criticizing the proposal and says it would be exclusionary to people with diverse religious beliefs McCall says he does not intend for the bill to be a religious statement in god we trust has been the national motto since nineteen fifty six hi Margot Maranda in other news it's been a deadly flu season Megan bishop has details state health officials now say some thirty Oklahomans have died from flu this season the Oklahoma state department of health says two hundred and forty five residents were recently hospitalized for flu related symptoms that brings the total number of hospitalizations this season alone to nearly seventeen hundred people health experts say the best way to avoid the flu is to get the flu shot that it's not too late a pet hero in Oklahoma City a man who ran back inside his burning house to rescue is pets late last night treated at a hospital for smoke inhalation the fire happened near northwest at sixty third and may no other injuries were reported a Midwest city man suspected of killing his father and threatening to other family members is charged with first degree murder and two counts of pointing.

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"scott crow" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:43 min | 10 months ago

"scott crow" Discussed on KTOK

"I'm Beth Myers in the news radio one thousand Katie okay new center a wild police chase this morning in southwest Oklahoma City it ended with a car crashing into a Walmart neighborhood market store police initially began a pursuit of a stolen vehicle with two people inside their southwest forty fourth in Santa Fe the car crashed into the Walmart store there itself was fifty ninth in pan the two people inside tried to run but they were caught luckily no one inside the store was injured the Luther police department is investigating a counterfeit money operation on its Facebook page the police department says it's working in conjunction with the secret service and other state and local law enforcement agencies to find the source of the bogus bills and the Oklahoma department of corrections has a new director here's Megan bishop with more on that governor Kevin stood as appointed department of corrections interim director Scott crow as director Crowe took over interim duties in June when the then director resigned because been with the department for more than twenty years his appointment as DO see director will need to be confirmed now by the state Senate the newest member of the Oklahoma City school board will be sworn in later today twenty eight year old Meg mackel Haiti was appointed last month to fill the district seven vacancy that was created by the resignation of former school board member Jay's Kirk mackel Haney will take her oath of office at the start of today's school board meeting at five thirty this afternoon Katie okay whether studio heated by hill and company your train comfort specialist it's hard to top a hill cloudy today high of forty seven gonna be cold tonight a low of thirty three sunny on Tuesday and a high of forty.

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"scott crow" Discussed on Worst Year Ever

Worst Year Ever

10:23 min | 1 year ago

"scott crow" Discussed on Worst Year Ever

"They're still there but so at one point he's talking about civil work and he said and I'm going to this is a direct quote from the president of United States eight. People don't realize you know the civil war. If you think about it why people don't ask that question but why was there the civil war why could that one not dot have been worked out. Wow I've changed my mind on this president. Trump guy yeah yeah yeah. That sounds really could Straw. We're starting to walk into the worked out. We could work that out. We can't work out this impeach a president thing yeah but we can work out. I you run into stuff like that. All the time like people like talking about trump as a younger man watching a history channel documentary about World War Two that referred to it as like five years the world lost their mind and I was like no wait a second There was released a couple of people who went crazy and then everybody else had a lot of trouble cleaning it up yeah. It's one of those like who's to say how it happened earlier. There's a role Tenenbaum's quote. We all know custer died at little bighorn but what I question is is what if what if what if he didn't like well I guess if you were there you would have fixed it. Is this whole like like all this movement of like forgiving the civil war for happening and like justifying it in the wrong way and then being like we we're GonNa do it again like even like Sousa Fascist propaganda made a film called death of a nation which is fascist propaganda. Talking Democrats are infringes on some copyrights Arthur Miller had but little bit little bit like clearly a reference the birth of a nation and it's so it's like all this imagery of like trump is the new lincoln. He's GonNa do another civil war. It's just this constant like wanting getting to do it this whole time you you can hear it when they in how they talk about it like there's this love and desire and need to like murder liberals and like you see these tweets in these people like oh you fucking what one they want it so bad so bad and they want to blame the other side for wanting it just like you. WanNa kill people say they were getting there. It's been really interesting. You're to watch I've been on the not popular side of of saying Okay Guys Gun control debates aside. Maybe now's not the time to disarm charm. people on the left may maybe now is the time to consider some some training and some of these things because it seems like we're heading in a bad direction and I saw Dave Anthony of the dollop who has been very very much pro gun control and whatnot recently put out a tweet along the lines of Maybe it's time for leftist to start arming themselves. I saw exactly and if you're someone who's considered that and you want some reading on the matter that's not at all propagandistic and not at all sort of like filled with jingoism and laying the traditional additionally sort of like a Hollywood bullshit. There's a great book by Scott Crow. WHO's an activist in Texas. I think currently called setting sites just a bunch of essays on the history of laboratory community thirty self defense really good book. Maybe maybe look into it again setting sites thanks. I G H T s solid book yeah. There's a there's two things I wanted to still get through on the fucking whistle blowing one of them is that we before we got on this digression because again this is like one giant with Beijing aged sixty minutes was like the the whistleblowers under federal protection because of all of the threats and then the whistle blowers attorney was like no he's Ni- they they must read this in USA. Today is still standing by the reporting we'd. I don't really know what confusing another confusing thing well another interesting thing. Thanks so the inspector general is sort of like the government watchdog. That's like kind of overseeing a large chunk of this because that's jobs doing with a whistle blower complaints. They not a very a political position. They do not make statements to the nation. That's really not their job. As a matter of fact their job is to kind of determine whether or not the whistle blowing complaint is like credible in the new that up the a chain and like but they are not not famous for their addressing of the World Press the president in several of his allies started to claim that the whistleblower whistle blower complaint was not credible because it was entirely based on hearsay and based on just things he'd heard from other people rather than than anything he had witnessed in the Inspector General's office made made a public statement saying that is not true at the whistle blower at least significance of what some of the whistle blower was saying was based on things the whistleblower witness so includes hearsay but it's not like he also talked to people but some of this he witnessed which means default. It's based on more than just the conversation that the Nada transcript transcript was released on because it means that because he definitely was not the whistle blower was not present for that other shit. There's just there's more more stuff coming and it's GONNA be coming out. The pipe really fast when it starts to gum. There's just going to be so much. It's more like sleep when it comes. Adam Shifts GonNa get hung when it showed me a headline of Pompeii accuses Democrats of impeachment bullying and I roll my eyes. Hey be best be the best. I never thought about it like that. God this is a good advice from my beautiful wife Melania who.

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"scott crow" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"scott crow" Discussed on KTOK

"Ninety six point one. Oklahoma City. six o'clock Beth Myers back in the studio with the news the state police have a new boss that's right a new head of the Oklahoma highway patrol I'm Beth Myers in the news radio one thousand Katie okay news center and a new chief of the Oklahoma highway patrol department of public safety commissioner John Sculley today promoted major Brent Sugg get to the position to replace former chief Michael Herald who resigned son became a highway patrol trooper in nineteen ninety nine before that he was an officer with the Norman police department some members of Congress tomorrow we'll hear from Oklahoma state school superintendent joy Hofmeister she will testify before a house subcommittee on the importance of school programs that help students impacted by gun violence in other adversities a sad time at the Oklahoma department of corrections the Oklahoma City woman who was shot and killed Monday by her husband who was then shot by police was an officer who worked at Oklahoma City community corrections center D. O. C. spokesman Matt Elliott tells news for that corporal Kalina Broadis was hired in July of last year when she left the army products was a dedicated loyal member of the team here at this facility and people here are broken into run DO see director Scott crow says broadest had a bright future in corrections he says she was promoted from correctional officer to corporal after less than a year two people arrested in Tulsa referred to themselves as the modern day Bonnie and Clyde US marshals say Jacob Welsh and crystal McGee robs people businesses and firearms dealers in five states and they could.

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"scott crow" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"scott crow" Discussed on KTOK

"Right now in our own news room with Beth Myers. Beth this house fire in Muskogee had a pretty sad. Very very sad story. Two brothers have died in a house fire. I'm Beth Myers. The NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay. New center. Muskogee assistant fire marshal Scott crow, telling Katie, okay, news, a man and a woman did escape this early morning house fire yesterday, but they're Tucson's did not on the two sons that were in the house they were in the back side of the home on the second floor where I unfortunately could not get out and they both passed. Lost them due to the house fire family members identify the victims as fifteen year old Edgar Cruz and thirty two year old Sergio Alcazar, the father was severely burned in the mother was injured after she jumped out of a second story window, and they were both taken to hospitals. Crow says he believes the fire was accidental but the exact cause is not known yet. The house was a total loss. Senate president pro tem. Greg. Treat has appointed seven Republican state senators to serve on a new pension working group that he says we'll study long-term pension reform also pending legislation that would provide a four percent cost of living adjustment to state retirees. And he wants the working group to report back with recommendations by April, fourth state, attorney general Mike counter will be in Tulsa tomorrow afternoon to announce what he calls a breaking development in the state's opioid lawsuit against the big drug manufacturers earlier today. The state supreme court did reject a request by the drug makers to delay the state's upcoming. Trial in the lawsuit. That accuses them fueling the opioid epidemic. That trial is still scheduled to begin may twenty eight in Cleveland county district court and a very special guest tomorrow at the health sciences center and Oklahoma City, the director of the centers for disease control and prevention, Dr Robert reads, Redfield.

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"scott crow" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"scott crow" Discussed on KTOK

"City. Beth myers. This Joe exotic ace looks like something you would see out of a Quentin Tarantino. I kind of agree attorneys for Joe exotic trying to keep him out of prison. I'm Beth Myers and the NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. New center will testimony did finally get underway today in Oklahoma City federal court in the trial of the man known as Joe exotic. He is the former operator of what was a very popular exotic exotic animal park in when he would in the far southern part of the state, Joe Maldonado passage. That's his real name is accused of trying to hire somebody to kill the operator of a Florida based animal sanctuary woman who want a big judgment against him. He has pleaded not guilty to charges against him. He's also accused of killing five Tigers at the park shooting them to make room for new Tigers. That would produce cubs for the park. And at the capitol today. Lawmakers advancing a Bill to better protect doctors, and nurses. Here's Katie okays, Calvin right? A purse. Convicted of assaulting a medical care provider in Oklahoma would be guilty of a misdemeanor. This under a state Senate Bill approved today in a house committee bans, assault and battery to all medical providers Representative Marcus McIntyre, Dunkin says a conviction would carry a sentence of up to one year in prison. The state supreme court today rejecting a request by the big drug makers to postpone the state's upcoming trial and a lawsuit that accuses them fueling the opioid epidemic. That means the trial is still scheduled to begin may twenty eighth in Cleveland county, although we have been notified now that state attorney general Mike counter will be in Tulsa tomorrow. And he will announce what is office calls a breaking development in the case. Two brothers ages. Fifteen and thirty two were killed early yesterday in a house fire in Muskogee. Scott crow is the city's assistant fire marshal investigation. I'm working on it, not led me to have a specific point of origin or anything at this time. Have an area of origin, which I believe is living room and staircase. Which caused the ventilation type fire with bulbous staircase housing issues. For those stairs rathers parents were home at the time. But they escaped crow says the father was severely burned. The mother was injured when she jumped out of a second story window, and he says there were no working smoke detectors in the house. A scuba diver from Mustang has been missing in Mexico since March thirteenth thirty year old Blake Mitchell sister, Erica de bowl tells new spore that Mitchell had been renting a room in Gaza. Mel while taking scuba diving certification classes scouring the web, we've been contacting everybody we've been calling my mom in Mexico. Doing as much as she could with the thorns and the consulate and the embassy they say his cell phone was founded his backpack, which was left on a diving dock and also caused L police found Mitchell's motorcycle, a Pasco high school student is in police custody after making a threat against the high school the fourteen year old student was detained this morning. I was not on the school campus at the time. According to the school district's Facebook page police will only say the threat included great bodily harm from the t-. Okay weather center and the fort Warren storm team, a low tonight about forty and then tomorrow clouds in the morning, but then it should be clearing in the afternoon with a high of sixty three on Wednesday, partly cloudy and a high of seventy one join us at six thirty more local news, I'm Beth Myers. Newsradio one thousand KT. Okay. Newsradio.

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"scott crow" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"scott crow" Discussed on KTOK

"Ninety six point one HD two Oklahoma City. The president says he is glad to Russia investigation is over. I'm Beth Myers in the News Radio one thousand O. Okay. New center. President Trump says the Russia investigation and did exactly the way it should have speaking at the White House today. Trump said the investigation was fueled. By a lot of bad people who fueled a false narrative special counsel, Robert Muller found no evidence of collusion or conspiracy between Trump's two thousand sixteen presidential campaign and Russia and Oklahoma congressman Kevin Hearn calls. This special counsel's report, a massive waste of time and money, he says many of his colleagues need to apologize for what he calls their hateful and baseless accusations against the president. Congressman Tom Cole says he hopes Democrats will finally accept the truth and turn their attention and energy toward working on more important issues for the American people Muskogee assistant fire marshal, Scott crow. Says a man and a woman escaped in early morning house fire early Sunday, but their two sons did not the two sons that were in the house were in fact side of the home on the second floor unfortunate could not get out and they both passed. Lost in due to the house fire family members identify the victims as fifteen year old Edgar Cruz and thirty two year old Sergio Alcazar, their father was severely burned. And the mother was injured when she jumped out of a second story window. They were both taken to hospitals. Crow says he believes the fire was accidental but the exact cause is not known yet. The house was a total loss a Huska high school student was taken into police custody this morning after making a threat against the high school. Police will only say the threat included great bodily harm. It was reportedly apparent of the fourteen year old student who contacted authorities and a man was found shot to death Saturday internally and Tulsa county. The Tulsa county sheriff's office says forty three year old Bryant Hampton was likely killed somewhere else. And then his body dumped next to some bags of trash. They're looking for a two thousand seventeen white four door Chevy Cruz with a paper enterprise car. Sales tag on the back in connection with the shooting and a move to help better protect doctors medical students and even physician assistants as we hear from K T O as Calvin right? A person convicted of assaulting a medical care provider in Oklahoma would be guilty of a misdemeanor. This under a state Senate Bill approved today in a house committee bans, assault and battery to all medical providers. Representative Marcus McIntyre of Dunkin's says a conviction would carry a sentence of up to one year in prison. A man who was camping at Tom Steed lake northeast of Altus drowned early Saturday, some people at a campsite at rocky shores found the body of thirty six year old Robert Burkett of McComb in the water. He was not wearing a life jacket. Saturday's Powerball drawing had no winner bringing the jackpot to an estimated seven hundred fifty million dollars..

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"scott crow" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"scott crow" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Talk. One big announcement Saturday in New York the Heisman in Oklahoma QB wins. Again, the two thousand eighteen Heisman Trophy is awarded to Kyle Murray. That audio courtesy of ESPN. Oklahoma's Cuyler Murray named the two thousand eighteen winter of the Heisman Trophy beating fellow QB's to a tongue of low of Alabama and Dwayne Haskins of Ohio State Murray following the suit, a former teammate Baker Mayfield who won it last year and becoming the seventh Oklahoma player all time to win the Heisman time the program for the most all time alongside Ohio State and Notre Dame from the eighty four Heisman Trophy presentation in New York. Matt Napolitano, Fox News, someone opened fire and Locka Florida. This was going on. There was a burglary in process nearby and police officers believe that some criminals took the opportunity because of the large police presence here to go burglarize store and all of those suspects are now in custody with back out to this shooting. Again, police are still looking for the shooter or shooters, but they say based on the rounds they found on the ground. This was an AK forty seven that was used. They have not yet recovered that. AK47. have not yet found a suspect's the only description they have on the suspects. So far is they're looking for three males. A no no age range. Andrew Denver WSVN, TV the FOX affiliate a Silicon Valley mystery who killed the Google worker. Body of twenty two year old Scott crow. Sick was found on the sixth floor of the building around nine o'clock Friday night. He was unconscious and unresponsive and pronounced dead at the scene. Police told the New York Post his body had no signs of trauma, and that he does not have a history of substance abuse or medical issues. An autopsy will determine the cause of death Crossick had worked as a software engineer for the tech giant since August. Ryan,.

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"scott crow" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

WCBS-FM 101.1

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"scott crow" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

"The Commonwealth of. Kenya? CBS FM. Tony's checking in from Yonkers game on and Tony good morning. Scott crow. Well, we're wonderful looking around the room and everybody looks pretty happy today. We all have picked our own answer. Only one person had it. Right. Bless you. Here is the question. Fifty four percent of people say they will not do this on thanksgiving this year. What is it watch? What is that? Like, a new low of people watching. Yeah, I cannot even imagine at thanksgiving without football. I can't imagine one on believable. The only person that got gotta right? Was sue of all people? I can't believe it. She gets nothing. You get.

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"scott crow" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"scott crow" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"And you know, just just within the last couple years driving through on some main roads, you can see how the homeless population has just taken over. I don't even want to go there anymore because it's just so bombarded at overtaken with ten and crap. Literally. Do you literally. It's I know, I know, I know, but it's so it's such a shame 'cause organ is so beautiful such, you know, we have so much to offer in their hunting and fishing and outdoor stuff, and it's like the liberals are just are just taking over the state and. Just do it. So where in where in Oregon, do you live? So I'm in southern argon. Okay. Yeah, it's more conservative in southern Oregon. Yeah, yeah, definitely. Definitely. I actually live in a smaller timber town. We're here temporarily, but anyway. Yeah, it's like super conservative. It is. -servative and it's actually really nice being here because I mean you've got people that are open carrying and you just feel like it's for safe for safe. Yeah, yeah, it's really awesome, and it's beautiful. It's so or just and people are just so fed up. And to be honest, I feel like I seen more more people with your signs and just I feel like the vote, the voter turnout is going to be huge this November because people are just so pissed at how the states being grand and many way. We're hoping for a change us to thanks. Store that gives you a little Ray of hope. Does. Triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three with your thoughts. But right now time that you the fat Jeffey we'll just hang in with what Ashley talked about. You know, the new Bill aims to send all the masked antifa activist to jail for fifteen years. I know like that Bill h r six, zero five, four title. The Bill on masking antifa act of two thousand eighteen makes it clear that animal activists are intended target, but it's the bills text never explicitly mentions them. It was introduced by Republican, Dan Donovan of New York last month and has drawn of course, widespread gut emission critics claim it on fairly targets. Antifa activists, you know, goes on and he's saying, no, what it does is the Bill would simply add a section to the federal civil rights statutes to include a penalty for wearing a mask, expands upon longstanding civil rights, tattoos to make it a crime to deprive someone of constitutionally guaranteed protections of masked or disguised. And of course, the antifa people and even former Antef up people like Scott crow, regardless of whether the Bill becomes law that won't stop pro. From wearing masks, they take away the right to mascot. People will do it anyway. Oh, okay. Let's just not do. Let's just not do so anyway, it's it's maybe have had enough. I hope so too. It's national moldy cheese day, man. I wish somebody would have sent some moldy cheese, but down the luck they didn't. Did you did you don't want any more geez. Food, he won't eat well. No, I didn't. I didn't heed it. Yes. Right, right. If it was sitting there next to him. Oh, no, it's all right. Did you know there were two thousand varieties of cheese. The number one cheese recipe in America, macaroni and cheese. I was gonna say MAC and cheese. What appears to be the remains of cheese has been found any gyp shin tombs over four thousand years old. That's good. The terms big wheel, big cheese originally referred to those who are wealthy enough to purchase the whole wheel of cheese. I love some of the nineteen Ninety-six of this day. The world's largest grilled.

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"scott crow" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"scott crow" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is Bloomberg radio. Settled with little extra dire straits Friday afternoon music feel like money for not nothing. Scott crow is the chief investment strategist at center square investment management. Joining us on the phone and Scott the tee up for this conversation. I like, it's fangs versus reits. It's really a topic only Bloomberg could love as much as we do. Am. I right. All right. Great to talk to you. So reits people tend to think of them as a little fusty. But you make a case that made people should love the more. Well rates are unloved sector. You're completely correct. And it's a sector that brimming with lazy consensuses, and one of the consensus is the fact that rate's gonna go down as interest rates rise. And that's just not true annual rate. Returns of Bain mid. Single digit five six percent for the last few years, even though interest rates have gone up. And that's because the number one two and three seeing that investors have been concerned about with respect to reach stocks since the financial crisis has been interest rates as a consequence the market. Never prostitute percent ten year bond yield is being a permanent feature at the capital markets. And so we think people's concerns right interest rates have probably misplaced, in fact, if you look at it chances are that a of the easy money. That's out. There is actually ended up in other places like tech stocks..

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"scott crow" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"scott crow" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Now Scott make the case for real estate investment trusts in an era where, you have historically low interest rates but that seems to be ending, at least it is ending slowly let's seems to. Be what everyone's worried about but I think, we should, back up and see what the markets the challenge that the. Market is giving investors today and if you just look at the. Numbers the data the fangs stocks are the whole of valued at fifty percent the value. Of the, underlying, commercial. Real estate value in the US and that's that's an investment challenged that investors either has, to accept or go the other But we would say that if you had the choice of owning the five, most popular tech stocks in America or half the value of all, the commercial real estate across the country even the. Millennial in our office over the long term, would take, the real estate and to put that in context if he. Got back ten years ago the largest company was Excellent Can you. This whole, that it was GE so it's not that staying stocks on exciting interesting Craig Greg. Greg, product it's just a question of. Valuation and to the extent that everyone's been so worried about. Easy money getting into real estate stocks I think potentially the market. Is missing is a, lot of that easy money has gotten into tech stocks you look FANG trading fifty four times you bitcoin and you look a lot of the startups that are out there the frankly. Don't have a lot of revenue prophets and we think that's where the bigger risk is today Scott I am worried, about trade tensions it keeps me awake, at night and I grind. My molars but you're saying? That trade tensions, can be good for real estate please ease. My. Pain Doc running, him all I think it's going to be just fine I think that trade really represents an existential risk to putting the US. Into recession that being said there is a silver lining for real estate real estate is a domestic asset. So the more domestic, production, there is, at home, the Motoman for real estate assets betting most importantly it continues to. To continue the patent of a very gradual fed, it's another risk to worry about and that's another reason. Why, we think that race talks actually. Continue to outperform even though interest rates are rising interest rates. Arising actually pretty slowly so following the correction we had at the. Start of this year Three stocks are actually doing quite well Well Scott maybe you could help us understand how do you actually. Select the, best reach, to invest in just looking for example at the I shares core US. Re just using that as an example it has increased, about two percent so far this year but you've had two stomach a decline of more than twelve, and a half percent going into February and then that's slow climb from. February for a nearly fifteen percent gain so how do you determine? The read that you want to own how do you find out what the? Best, way to get, that income is well first of all with the market freaked, out about interest rates earlier this. Year it's a great time to invest the reality is that the real estate market and read market never priced into two percent. Ten year bond yield being there forever there's a big big. Cushion? Between dividend yields and underlying interest right so when you say the market freak out of interest rates, with a great time to get, in in addition within the right market. There's lots of exciting things going on many of them driven by some of the changes to the Economy and demographics that surround us how do we get that. Little Brown books from Amazon onto our door the answer is. Through? A complete reconfiguration of America's supply chain that's being done by rates they're the ones that are creating, the logistic assets that allow that, to happen data centers Celtel creative office. I mean these are all significant parts of the universe the Benefitting tremendously. From a lotta these trends that are happening in the underlying economy that three. Benefit from, technology the difference. Is the, rate market trades to sixteen times thanks fifty. Four Scott we only have a little bit of time left? But I wanted opinion down on the type of read that you would recommend above all others is it an office read is it any kind of read that you just. Mentioned tell us what is the one kind of read. That, you, favor Well look I take a few from the different. Sectors I mentioned data centers equinox is a great, company to one on the on the office side company like Kilroy very very exciting things in. Terms of a creative office? Logic like global logistics provider building out a cloth supply? Chain that, all of them is on the three PL us to To make e-commerce a. Real thing and you know Celtel, is like an t the wireless pot of, of of, the digital economy the physical manifestation if you will all the digital economy and the the great. Places to be that I get the same little attention fanfare that the tech stocks do price much more attractive and. They based on. Sold assets to cash flow we got to leave it there but we want to thank you very much. Scott crow chief investment, strategist center square. Investment management talking about Kilroy? Prolonged GIS equa, Knicks and. American.

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