19 Burst results for "Seventy Eight Feet"

"seventy eight feet" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"seventy eight feet" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"In McKinley park thirty three thirty McKinley Boulevard in Sacramento there I said something about irises without getting snarky good for me but you know I discovered that day I when I saw that the iris society rather show and sale was coming up a few weeks ago I went to my neighbor and say you know I think that because this Irish society show in sales going on that means this is the time of the year to be digging up your irises and he said yeah that's a good idea I want to save some of these and the area that we share between drive ways is about two feet wide and about twenty feet long and we collaborated on what to plant in there and I put in pensamiento some hiss ups and some other background covers I had in there and you said okay great well that the gaps you left I I will plant stuff in there tomorrow if my backyard to go great well she put in irises knowing that it would tweak me but that's fine it's a shared area putting your irises go ahead get your jolly's but done then you know she didn't send them out to this past week and of course are still some there but in the meantime I don't have to look at irises so that makes me happy all right don't don't ask about me and irises when we lived in Herald I use irises as the buffer in the horseshoe pet between posts that area that's what seventy eight feet long or whatever whose irises I figure okay you have to clear the irises get a ringer and have a one of those heavy horseshoe's hits an iris well well so what anyway I going into decay at the state fair of Steve's eye and you remember him he theoretically.

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"seventy eight feet" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"seventy eight feet" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Nominees well earlier were Alonso he had a baseball four hundred and seventy eight feet I would watch the highlights all my two year war where were they with the Minnesota there was a woman halfway up the upper she was I feel insouciance soul taken aback by the fact that the ball just she was running around in circles it was wasn't trying to get the ball like if she able for mobile I would fill with what the hell was you said we were cited for beer ball don't go up there and the ball went up there my gosh you hit the ball a long way Donovan Solano wasn't nominated for hits including are a big fly Donnie baseball another fine my farm's ID the final nobody was Chris paddock of the San Diego Padres young pitcher took a no hitter into the eighth then gave up ahead but left after seven two thirds one hit one line the Padres still defeat the Miami Marlins the worst internationally by final three two all right who's given this to the world buys their bodies think about a baseball you know what I mean again to Chris product tonight here's what I want everybody here knows this and because I have done radio in my history in San Diego you should see what happens in San Diego when the Padres get to the sixth inning and having no hair did you know that they've never had one in the history of the organization never I'm not allowed not a combined one nada nothing Zipp ball no hitters in the history of the San Diego Padres then they lose their beliefs when they get into the seventh inning and they've got to know him I mean it's true the light is this and every time the answer's no it's always no and they wanted so badly I mean forget a division championship in the playoffs it's just one of the here in San Diego and they're gonna get the potter is about to be really good I keep saying this next couple years their farm systems absolutely out of control they're gonna be a good idea hi trees are the last team without a no hitter Chris product took one in the eighth inning Curtis congrats on being the next in a long line of good job good effort San Diego Padres who flirted with a no hitter but but did not succeed but at least you won Top Gun of the night good for you but all right mark Willard show on a Wednesday.

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"seventy eight feet" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"seventy eight feet" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"I stood there in the pair that evening the ache and my frame reminding me, but a long hard day of loading stars was behind me and looked out over the bay. Wasn't a night for star. Gazing just Biblically San Francisco vamp and grade nine most people trade off early steam heat and Grayson shot glasses. But for me that was good. Scarlet green nudge defenders against the doc, right below me Queen and young. And our new white paint dining bright work, picking up the life lifelike costume, jewelry and a neon. It was beautiful. She was mine. Oh, seventy eight feet over rose and Powell just a little even quiet harbor water delicately, let bigger figure out of the shadows. Now to give her a glance at the dock scarlet Queen fresh young body looking forward and of the house, but. Oh, he's respite only crown. But that particular gray San Francisco night wasn't cut out for romance between man and lacquered wood. I didn't hear him as he walked up behind me. But it didn't take me long to pick up the odor of a jail cell apres opened his mouth, Philip Connie. Yeah. That's right. I'm Petco homicide. A man named David. I'm malone. He's my might already killed not what I meant. I want to know who killed him. Got a date data headquartered, wait a minute. Wait a minute. This is a little sudden on a full stomach what happened to him. I was a code book. They're going to call it murder by person of persons, unknown. I'm aside wants to know you better. And go.

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"seventy eight feet" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"seventy eight feet" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Hit that service box and i mean i'm sure that they're pretty darn accurate but i don't know if they're strike zone accurate right now i think this person would lead in velocity heck yes we're going to count him as a real pitcher but there is the important point here that the body isn't do different doesn't move you don't have different types of pitches so the balls to rate i don't know what the spin is of spin you got slice and and that sort of thing so but i mean you're probably not going to be doing that with any kind of accuracy at the strike zone so as a hitter you just be looking and you know if you're going to change the way you serve it's probably more telegraphed than like when a pitcher there's a slider instead of fastball your you'll swing the racquet differently yeah i mean tennis players can return serve so we know that you can't do that no granted you have the club face which is a much larger surface area than abet but just in terms of reaction speed it seems like it should be possible in theory yeah tulsa further away though you're further away from your opponent in penance than you are in baseball right so i don't know i don't know what the distance from baseline to baseline is seems google able but it's got to be farther than sixty feet six inches presumably so yeah they they're returnable the ball would be having the same pattern of movement so you'd have a lot of guys choking up you'd see the the end of the leg kicks i guess you just have creek or swings hit line drives now because the ball doesn't carry very far i know you can hit a tennis ball pretty far but not that far on the field in court was seventy eight feet long tennis k so the ball will be slowing down by more but it still if you have a hundred twenty plus mph serve than even to tennis player still arrives at them i guess it's covered in frizz rights probably says it down maria yeah although it's banning so you know it goes faster yeah probably arriving like ninety one hundred miles per hour or something like that and they're still returned the returned with some amount of accuracy so the the defense would align such that the outfielders would move in quite a bit you couldn't really shift probably 'cause you'd have guys choking up they wouldn't pull the ball quite as often so you'd be trying to hit that would be trying to hit line drives against pitch that's going very very fast but with limited field available and shorter swings so i think there would actually not be as nearly as many strikes as you think but i do think the batting average on balls play certainly the slugging would be crippled yes so you would definitely want penance player pitcher he really knows how to pitcher we contact all right this is similarly strange and also sort of similar cal in los angeles says what if there were multiple mound distances to choose from and each mound distance had its own corresponding bet size and shape for example when a pitcher pitched from amount that was five feet closer to home plate a broader handle shaped or or shaped bat must be used the bat size shape makes it easier to make contact but this is count directed by the shorter distance before each at bet the better selects his preferred bet and the pitcher takes the appropriate rubber there could also be another possibility of third mound just in front of second base in this case the bet used would be closer to broomstick size diameter and of course need to be made from a stronger material so it maintains its structural integrity not sure how the ball off of each of these new bets would react but i seem each would affect exit philosophy launch angle ground ball percentage etc it would be a matter of situational strategy when deciding which bet to you us so it would be sort of like the different tees in gulf for i don't know the different brooms and quidditch that maybe give you different advantages disadvantages so i think you'd probably would.

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"seventy eight feet" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"seventy eight feet" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Out and to park across the street from the school for the arts there's all these kind of totems yes they're kind of religious figures but i looked at him it's kind of like totem poles they they kind of have both of those assets i helped reinstall them they held in there for many years and then they were actually made out of trees that had been cut down to about seventy eight feet and they were actually carved with the root systems in the ground and then over time you know dead trees start to right so we actually had to take them out and the artists revived them refurbish them and then we put them back in last year that's a great story yeah so you know i i mentioned that in fee knows in gentleman called and he said yeah i know those because what about the one that is i think it's like on alameda the other side of saint francis or this side of saint francis he said it is a very kind of violent kind of sculpture that is very kind of obviously belligerent towards women and i said i don't know the piece but now that you brought it up we need to learn about i don't know about that piece maybe that's owned by the state across from salona center i believe bob houses yeah that's on loan to us from bob houses so is it it is somehow some kind of violent some kind of connotation get something about mother so i think it's very native american spirituality i think it's i think it has some reference to that that tends to be and bob tend to include a lot of political content and his work so i can see there being some politics involved but there you go regard for you yeah and the you did however you wanna read it exactly yeah and it's great because people can go around if you put the hashtag culture connects santa fe and the hashtag aip you could be entered in our instagram contest and we've got a few great prizes we've got branch out at sunrise springs we've got a one night stay at any heritage hotel property really nice yeah so there's some good prizes to be had and it's a great way like you said to learn about so you can you can go have brunch with rocky yeah great prizes you're also doing a lot on this side of town on the south side of town southwest summer south side yeah we're doing an event tonight as a matter of fact summer is to bring families together and bring them out within this neighborhood of the south side which we've defined as south of saint michael's or west of saint francis and so we're doing a whole series of block parties and concerts and movies and other things free to the public tonight we're showing a movie in swan park at the end of jaguar road after dark and we're gonna have a bike decorating contest you can ride your bike to the movie tonight enter the bike decorating contest and then watch a movie about people who the rock and jack black go into a game and have to battle wild animals that's the movie jack black that's the weirdo the weirdo the mexican wrestler fun movie yeah so that's can start just we're gonna have food trucks and so if you want bring a picnic you if you want to go to the food trucks food trucks and you bring a big bag a garbage sack full of popcorn yes but we're also giving away free popcorn parks and recreation is giving away free popcorn and free sodas from coca cola bottling zantac and how much does the film cost it's free parking is free.

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Awesome! Brazilian surfer rides record-setting 80-foot wave in Portugal

News, Traffic and Weather

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Awesome! Brazilian surfer rides record-setting 80-foot wave in Portugal

"Biggest wave ever surfed the world surf league said that it's big wave awards in santa monica over the weekend that it has been determined that the monster wave rodrigo kosher road last november in this are portugal was eighty feet high at broke the last record of seventy eight feet set by american garrett mcnamara and that was in twenty eleven just ahead on kcbs had the goshi ater settled a hunger our strike at a local jail we're all set for a look at mid morning traffic i guess this would be late morning traffic dave fouts's in for george rask hated good morning did late morning i should say are we gonna troubles for you in pleasanton dublin westbound five eighty after hop yard all your trash there's in the third lane from the left worsening traffic backing up towards santa rita right now chp should just be arriving on the scene would you have passed that and head into castro valley some problems there as well you're kcbs insta view with bob brier says westbound five eighty right after castro valley boulevard a car fire it's on the.

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Brazilian surfer Rodrigo Koxa honored for setting new world record for riding 80-foot wave

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01:59 min | 2 years ago

Brazilian surfer Rodrigo Koxa honored for setting new world record for riding 80-foot wave

"Where are you going howard and he goes i'm out of here it was howard porter walking out the door first round pick by the chicago bulls i'm going man this a crazy league crazy league but jerry west as you would expect jerry west with beautiful penmanship go around the room that's worse for the weekend fritzy what did you learn today what i learned i'm sorry your best best with the dodgers riding the giants saturday two thousand twelve world series mvp pablo sandoval moves from third base to the mound to pitch a perfect ninth inning no hits on eleven pitches they found a new closer pablo sandoval worst game six in utah friday night paul george five points six turnovers carmelo anthony seven points russell westbrook stat line included to run ins with jazz fans not good paulie would you learn the worrying best in the world surf league which i didn't know there was one the w s l says rodriguez cokes has ridden the biggest wave ever surfed back in november eighth in portugal he's from brazil and portugal he wrote a wave that they estimate is eighty feet high that breaks beats record of seventy eight feet by american garrett mcnamara in two thousand eleven you nailed it good video and the other best of the weekend is shape patterson the former quarterback at ole miss will be eligible to play for michigan the season i don't really carry the way but he wears number twenty at quarterback which i love it's very like paul crew burt reynolds longest yard any quarterback who wears a twenty or in the twenty s were big fans doug flutie see new connor best and worst andrew that's going to have a big impact on your future mock draft by the way oh patterson playing that just shook up everything he's at number twelve matt miller is go ahead sorry i digress my best and worst is actually the same thing just over the weekend a website called the ten and three dot com released the most miserable sports city the two thousand eighteen edition and so what they do is they create a misery score which basically calculates.

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"seventy eight feet" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight feet" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"The dna of had any of that was done uh what about carbon dating was any carbondating got on these bones in can you tell how old they are uh is there like a um a decade of of uh you know what were you would find them or is it um you know stretched out over a different time lakes vote could you tell this from carbon dating well we've actually trace them over four thousand years um we know that they were found in some of the tombs up the old copper culture dating between thirty five hundred b c and one thousand bc they were found in the tombs of viet dien amount builders between one thousand bc and three hundred eighty they're found in the tombs of a hopewell culture which persisted in the ohio valley in throughout the entire eastern part of the united states until five hundred eighty and then they again were found in a significant number in the tombs up the mississippi in mound builders between one thousand ad all the way up to european contact when they were encountered by caucasians so in our book and in our research we actually utilized hundreds of radiocarbon dates including radiocarbon dates from specific sites and even tunes that the the uh the tall ones were found in jason with the with the investigations that are ongoing into these toll ones could they have been even taller than the uh you know seventy eight feet could they have been fifteen feet tall i have never found a credible anthropological or archaeological report which measure one of the skeleton reaching that height but that being fed just because i make that statement i would follow that up by saying that anything is possible if there's one thing i've learned over the years it is that anything is possible just because we have not found any validation for that here in the ohio valley does not mean that uh it doesn't exist for elsewhere uh for example there is a report from mediterranean france from an excavation done in 1889 and eighteen ninety.

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"seventy eight feet" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight feet" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"The dna of had any of that was done uh what about carbon dating was any carbondating got on these bones in can you tell how old they are uh is there like a um a decade of of uh you know what were you would find them or is it um you know stretched out over a different time lakes vote could you tell this from carbon dating well we've actually trace them over four thousand years um we know that they were found in some of the tombs up the old copper culture dating between thirty five hundred b c and one thousand bc they were found in the tombs of viet dien amount builders between one thousand bc and three hundred eighty they're found in the tombs of a hopewell culture which persisted in the ohio valley in throughout the entire eastern part of the united states until five hundred eighty and then they again were found in a significant number in the tombs up the mississippi in mound builders between one thousand ad all the way up to european contact when they were encountered by caucasians so in our book and in our research we actually utilized hundreds of radiocarbon dates including radiocarbon dates from specific sites and even tunes that the the uh the tall ones were found in jason with the with the investigations that are ongoing into these toll ones could they have been even taller than the uh you know seventy eight feet could they have been fifteen feet tall i have never found a credible anthropological or archaeological report which measure one of the skeleton reaching that height but that being fed just because i make that statement i would follow that up by saying that anything is possible if there's one thing i've learned over the years it is that anything is possible just because we have not found any validation for that here in the ohio valley does not mean that uh it doesn't exist for elsewhere uh for example there is a report from mediterranean france from an excavation done in 1889 and eighteen ninety.

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"seventy eight feet" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight feet" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"The dna of had any of that was done uh what about carbon dating was any carbondating got on these bones in can you tell how old they are uh is there like a um a decade of of uh you know what were you would find them or is it um you know stretched out over a different time lakes vote could you tell this from carbon dating well we've actually trace them over four thousand years um we know that they were found in some of the tombs up the old copper culture dating between thirty five hundred b c and one thousand bc they were found in the tombs of viet dien amount builders between one thousand bc and three hundred eighty they're found in the tombs of a hopewell culture which persisted in the ohio valley in throughout the entire eastern part of the united states until five hundred eighty and then they again were found in a significant number in the tombs up the mississippi in mound builders between one thousand ad all the way up to european contact when they were encountered by caucasians so in our book and in our research we actually utilized hundreds of radiocarbon dates including radiocarbon dates from specific sites and even tunes that the the uh the tall ones were found in jason with the with the investigations that are ongoing into these toll ones could they have been even taller than the uh you know seventy eight feet could they have been fifteen feet tall i have never found a credible anthropological or archaeological report which measure one of the skeleton reaching that height but that being fed just because i make that statement i would follow that up by saying that anything is possible if there's one thing i've learned over the years it is that anything is possible just because we have not found any validation for that here in the ohio valley does not mean that uh it doesn't exist for elsewhere uh for example there is a report from mediterranean france from an excavation done in 1889 and eighteen ninety.

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"seventy eight feet" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight feet" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Giving america of god god try fill martinez live stunning stunning verdict tonight just astounding but what did i say keep an eye on matt consolidate he is the chief of public defender here in san francisco was a running mate of ralph nader and the two thousand eight election of this guy really knows his stuff he put on a brilliant case because he said over and over again uh this bullet ricocheted and but for that wreckage shade is bullet what have missed kate stein lead by seventy eight feet he claimed that he found the gun wrapped honored in a tshirt under the bench and also where to americans all as did was he showed surveillance tape granted very grainy surveillance tape of people who had gathered around that same bench on that fear about a half hour earlier and he built the case that these people were acting suspiciously and possibly they left the gun there what the jury did not here was any testimony about garcia's orontes a criminal record or the fact that he was a multiple fell in an and deportee none of that came into this case they only had the evidence to focus on it it was almost all circumstantial again no motive he didn't know cakes styleleader there were no eyewitnesses to this shooting and again this bullet ricocheted so mackin solace i i think people are going to be talking about this a case that he presented he certainly made this defended not into a vase scary illegal alien that had crossed into this country repeatedly and had a criminal record but a sympathetic figure out a hapless transient who was homeless and on this pierre and just happened to come across this gun it'll be interesting to talk to the jurors smart they'll tell you though boy will it ever i it's pretty hard to imagine what you think about the fact in get involuntary manslaughter for hitting some with your car it it's pretty astounding that you don't get involuntary manslaughter at the very least for firing a bullet from your gun that kills an innocent bystander especially when you consider all the circumstances here and illegal immigrants i gotta tell you scott the ramifications of of this verdict are going to be ransom going to be massive view can already hear.

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"seventy eight feet" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight feet" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Stanley was shot and killed when she was walking with her father and friend and appear garcia's rotate who was homeless at the time claimed he found the gun wrapped in a piece of cloth under a swivel chair at the pierre he says he picked it up it accidentally fired hitting styling in the back the bullet the defense claimed ricocheted than travel seventy eight feet before striking styling prosecution it always maintain the garcia's or attache had the gun all along aimed at stanley and fired but because he had little experience of guns the bullet ricocheted first a common a stake made by amateurs the gun used to shoot styling was stolen in san francisco for the personal vehicle the federal part wager four days earlier the asia works for the bureau of land management which is being sued by the stanley family avic rightfully so you gotta you'd nor your firearm is for good insects and number witnesses testified at the trial including police officers and several people who saw garcia's rotate the scene along with several csi investigators in forensics experts the trial began october 23rd and now we have the verdict a a little more than a month later the jury at a number of choices to make the cut have gone the seconddegree verdict involuntary manslaughter consider a first degree murder verdict so it's not like your they found not guilty because the only option he had was first degree committed seconddegree could have been involuntary manslaughter let me but instead nothin' meet which the sensibility there are we raising these kind of people in san francisco that they really i mean based on a well she's already gone so why punish him i mean i did me i know whole reasonable doubt thing i get it but there was no doubt here that he ate the his actions led to her death what's the question what is the question already contacted us senator ted cruz is off as he um of course out there pushing for cates law um which because of this case would hopefully stop the ability of illegal aliens from from just getting away with it over and over and over and over and over again i just asked for a comment from them they're working on it as soon as we get it will have it for you here just the bid boggles the.

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"seventy eight feet" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight feet" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The this proves murder how did how do they make that case based on the set of facts right in in in their closing argument yesterday um the lead prosecutor diana garcia really tied i'm their argument together that the defendant intended to fire the shot she told the jury that i'm this wanted to shoot some dragged gave him the sense of power they do have to deal with the fact that the the shot was a richocheting was fired from low to the ground so she offered an explanation that that um he was kind of trying to hide the gun he didn't want anybody to see him fire because he didn't want to get caught what and did what uh what what the prosecution's expert called jerked the trigger pulled on the trigger too hard harder than a you would need to to fire accurately and caused the muzzle of the gun to dip down during the shah causing the bulletin to fire lower than intended but still eventually hitting its target and i imagine the defense's having some thoughts that the sounds an awful lot like the magic bullet theory of the jfk assassination in unice's if you shoot it up bounces down hits cotton silently it's really seems difficult approved intentional murder the lead defense attorney mac solace has said several times that this was shot missed catherine stanley by seventy eight feet initially that that this target if there was a target was basically the concrete peer none the reason that we're talking about this and why it's so important about this intent is because as we've said before on the show this case is really captured the imagination of people who are against sanctuary cities and sanctuary city policies do we have any idea of which way the jury looks like it's going i can't reduce suri on this i think that it doesn't really matter in terms of criminal law what somebody's immigration status is it it boils down to did he mean to kill somebody when he was on pure fourteen that day or was this as the defence portrays it some kind of tragic accident on that that it's waited sort of the national consciousness who when we get that verdict we will bring you that.

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"seventy eight feet" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight feet" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"What what was their main thrust here or improper very home crowd look and full quickly in out there is a whole question they're out this trial know why web guys nachos what is this guy like why would i go to have here and just randomly issued a stranger uh assistant district attorney diana garcia really kind of pounced on this and for the first time she kind of hinted the defender uh mr garcia surat then as if we're not the lebanese bigger who purpose bbroad alluded firearm to target rich in buyers because he wanted to fire that god he wanted to cause harm she made him out to be some kind of uh uh just from a man who was there with the planned to shoot somebody and he wishes they're still need it that goes against everything in the size has uh mr garcia cirak day m dollars really went into that in his toes a closing arguments as well you know he talked about how the fact is if he was really this terrible malevolent figure then why did he only shoot want and it was only going to shoot why did you fire into the crowd seventy eight feet away from taste idly so what was the prosecution's specific argument eight we talked about this many times that they they don't they don't have really any evidence about the intent it was a shot that bounced from a long way off that it's pretty clear that garcia surat is not in his right mind entirely wooded they just shout louder about it and just the resort to a lot of hyperbole in fist waving well i mean how do you make a case when you're i'd be happy if you've got first degree murder charges of may the legal case that they know the intent was or europe iphone or poor are lower gene why prior mccurry instructions well first of all the prosecution has argued from the start a second degree murder irritating second degree murder because um all deeply had to prove whereas he acted with the intent but implied us um with the call us some knowledge that disregard for human life.

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"seventy eight feet" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight feet" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of those stance the federal government just deported back to mexico in this case they didn't they chose to send them to san francisco on a twenty year old marijuana charge and so yes if they had supported him at that point maybe catherine styling would still be alive in san francisco hadn't chosen to come pick him up on the 20yearold charged that was then almost immediately dismissed or who knows what would have happened but it is sort of an interesting question because i think there's a lot of moments that you know if if one thing had changed it from a lot of people's perspective things will be to win this case gets to the national level it continues to get simplified and you missed these details one of the biggest ones that i have never heard president trump talk about or or anyone who can politically pines about this case is the fact that the gun shot to kill catherine styling was ricochet ricocheted approximately a dozen feet from kasese roxie travel nother seventy eight feet before it hit catherine side on the defensive saying there has never been a richochet shot charged as a murder in san francisco up until this case and you can talk about him like a violent felon he didn't have any violent felonies people act as if this you know like i i just think that they choose like shot clinton blink by hand that this is an open and shut case so there's a lot of misinformation out there and and you know we keep on hearing immigration immigration immigration every time this this mentioned in that national headlines but we'll jurors actually hear evidence that bomb casillas iraqis immigration status no i don't think so i believe that that's all excluded and the parties have agreed to that with the with the one exception of wind jury selection was going on jurors were asked if they had strong feelings about sanctuary cities and or you know him immigration policies in general but then were told in no uncertain terms of that would not be considered in this case this case about intent and whether or not or see as raw tastes guilty of murder and alex you brought up the gun that was stolen from the bureau of land management ranger on it and the ranger was actually understand this week are there any clear explanations of how that happened how.

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"seventy eight feet" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight feet" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of cloth didn't know what it was an as he was on wrapping it trying to figure out what was in his hands it fired the bullet ricocheted about twelve feet from where he was sitting and travelled another seventy eight feet fatally striking catherine styling in so just to be cleared both the defence and the prosecution in agree on the fact that this was not is our authors gun it wasn't all right summaries of the sounds very complicated before we even get into the politics of it i'm but what at sort of another layer of not just complication but politics to this is the fact that garcia has are is and undocumented immigrants and the fact that he had been in san francisco go jail until a couple of months before this shooting occurred really became his rallying cry for people including president donald trump and other people who are kind of anti immigration we actually have tape of president trump invoking this here at us you know cake magnificent cake shot in the back by and killed in san francisco sanctuary city keebli i have property in san francisco i own a big chunk of the bank of america building can you believe it the whole thing with illegal immigration and crime it it's far worse than anybody in this room understands far worse so again the the facts are very messy the political facts of us are very musseuw's we listen to president trump there and there's a lot of myths morita surrounding this case so here's what we know about this guy and sort of what happened leading up to the shooting he had been in federal prison for five years when he was released the federal bureau prisons did something they have never done before instead of calling immigration and customs enforcement another arm of the federal government they picked up the phone and called san francisco and.

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"seventy eight feet" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight feet" Discussed on WINS 1010

"23 an emergency on top of the overall emergency in puerto rico nine year old is failing threatening as many as seventy thousand people down green bay have been sending buses seem to get as many people out as quickly as possible given a cuomo is back from a quick trip to the island the governor and his team brought with them blankets canned goods ready to eat meals and some thirty four thousand bottles of water as well as a team of volunteers of relief workers the governor says he was able to take an aerial chore of puerto rico and put it simply the pictures you see on television do not do justice to the damage and destruction you said it's much worse in person the devastation of the island israeli breathtaking vera parts of the island had as much as seventy eight feet of water in new homes needless to say after hearing what the governor said there are a lot of people here in new york city are anxious because they have not been able to get in touch with loved ones but that may be the case for quite a while more than 95 percent of the powers out communications systems are down it makes it difficult to even get a handle on on the extent of damage correspondent leyla santiago the roads are flooded there is debris across molder owner states mobile impossible to route's all parts of the islands so the governor's saying admitting that don't have our hours news tom 1224 search and rescue teams are up against the clock as they navigate the fragile and dangerous earthquake rubble in mexico correspondent alex stone is in mexico city the efforts go on here and families who are now camped out waiting for word on their loved ones who came to work here on tuesday and never came out are hoping that they will get the news that they've been found alive but time is running out it's been three full days and it's cold at night here and been raining and we've also got were that eight foreigners were among the dead no americans patterson mayor joey taurus has pleaded guilty to criminal conspiracy for using city employee used to renovate a.

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"seventy eight feet" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight feet" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Hit a game listen of artillery pregame on sunday to see if that's the hit of the week presented by chilton auto body to bay area leader in collision repair gk and as is out of the ondeck circle bullpen working still looks like kershaw 's night is over oh too is hit to rightcenter field carrying pretty well out there gorky calls off pants sand will make the catch with plenty of room in rightcenter field to down and hernandez will come object kirsch on i think that i pitch cowed any got him ninety total pitches through six but he looked exhausted at the end of the sixth then coming off injury it's just a few starts back now for kershaw trying to make sure they take care of him get him ready for the playoffs there's encouraging for kershaw surely not as dominant as we've seen him in the past six strikeouts couple of runs allowed the pitch year to hernandez is called strike from all surge but a step in the right direction for the dodgers and he's give it a dodges a chance to snap their losing streak they lead 42 the oon is a curve down at away one ball onestrike it's over in arizona rockies finish it off to carlos gonzalez two home runs the second of those home runs right away was four hundred and seventy eight feet here's a groundball past the now toward the middle part of his leftarm legit has it into a slide pops up crawls one first and he got in foul shelby tom will exert just look like granted crawford at shortstop what a play mites getting on the grass into a slide to fielded popped up in one motion spot around a one bounce throw to first posey's stretched out to take it and that was pretty me from calvi zoom dodge here's retired seventhinning stretch time giants trail 42 the cambior northern california honda dealers radio he reached a high fashion hotline high slice apple cider is back and so are the fall transmit family needs new caused a spicer rpr wardrobe spice up their style with new genes from old navy old.

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"seventy eight feet" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

KFQD News Talk

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight feet" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

"So that's not small potatoes and i'd been paying for about six seven years but i have twenty thousand left seventeen thousand left the my mortgage granic in a trying to paid off this year okay paid the model okay but wait a minute wait a man named are you saying you want to pay off the mortgage so because the mortgage company requires you to carry the flood insurance yes and i shopped around for better one and the theme is always the best for further flooding trade but let me okay i'm gonna ask you dumb question albert what if he if what if you did get flooded wouldn't you be pissed that you didn't keep paying on this policy no they they drain our lake every year we have a control valve on that damp so drain for the algae annoying if there was ever a chance of flood it would have to come up about the seventy eight feet okay so you're willing to overflow on the damn so you're basically saying to me you are willing to assume the risk of ensure of flood of a flood because it feels it's quite remote base on everything that's been done so all right do do you have money in tell me about your situation how old are you on sixty one are you working still a parttime my wife they're working full time good for you grenier i got i got an and and i gotta find me one of those situations you always want to have your spouse working longer than you how much money you have in the bank we have about three hundred k okay what about retirement well we we have a little bit more for that not much more but union like like three or three hundred fifty grand in retirement also no no just about seventy eighty thousand osce i'm sorry i give a pension now and so she still working in you're saying added the three hundred grand that's in the bank account you wanna take seventeen grand and pay off the mortgage rate yet what what's the interest rate on the mortgage are paid off yeah paid off and i'll tell you why because i think that and look i'm a wimp so i would always pay for insurance even if i don't use it because i get very anxious about the situations but it sounds to me like you've done a ton of work.

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