35 Burst results for "Shot One"
More Details Emerge From Uvalde Shooting
"According to the information I have when bortac and tactical teams got there, they want the work. That's it. It was very difficult to get to the guy at a barricaded himself in a room. I don't know if this is validated. I haven't been able to confirm, but they couldn't even get into the building. They couldn't even get into the room where he was in. They couldn't even advance unless they had shields. Because the guy was firing right around. And it would have been no way in the world for them to combat that kind of firepower. If it wasn't for them being able to have shields and bore tech going in and heroic man took a shot to the head, I mean, they like they weren't getting shot. One of the officers took a shot to the head, he grazed him, one of the tactical tactical guys, I believe from bortac, and he ended up being a better man that day. He ended up landing the shots where they supposed to be, and the shooter couldn't get out shots because they were behind shields.
If SC Shooter Was Released, Is the Brooklyn Subway Shooter Next?
"Price is being represented by state representative Todd Rutherford. How about we try to get him on the phone, Derek? He's a Democrat, he'll never come on, but we can try. Why don't you call him? Maybe we'll make some news here. And he can tell me what he's told reporters, well, my client turned himself in. Yeah, so did the Brooklyn subway shooter who shot about the same amount of people. Now, the world came to an end when the guy shot up the New York City subway. Why is the column being how do you say it? Columbiana. Why is the column columbiana center shooting any less horrific? 9 people shot? How many people were killed or shot on the train? Nobody died, thank God. How many people got shot on the subway? Wasn't it ten? So I don't know. The subway shooter shot one more person than Joanne price is alleged to have shot. They let that guy out even in New York. I don't think. I haven't checked. The day is young, maybe he'll go home too.
When Biden 'speaking from his heart' doesn't speak for US
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LaVine's 25 paces Bulls to 98-94 win over listless Cavaliers
"The bulls held under the number five spot in the east by getting past the Cavaliers ninety eight ninety four Zach Levine dropped in twenty six points and demar DeRozan had twenty for the bulls who moved two games ahead of Cleveland the bulls help the cavs to just thirty five points in the first half and one for the first time in six road games since March ninth Chicago won for the fifth time in thirteen games this month leaving them one game in front of number six Toronto Jerry's garland scored twenty six for the cavs who shot one for eighteen from beyond the arc in the opening half I'm Dave Ferrie
Rep. Nicole Malliotakis Calls for Policy Change to Put Criminals Behind Bars, Following NYPD Shootings
"Malia takas from New York, talking to Griff Jenkins on Fox News. This was preventable and sadly enough is enough. We really need to change the laws of New York and New York City to ensure that we put these bad guys behind bars. Repeatedly, we've warned about this. We've said that these dangerous bail law that the Democrats passed and in Albany were leading to more people being released. In fact, the detectives union recently told me that 9 out of ten people found with criminal possession of a weapon are being released back onto the street and 50% of the people that actually shoot somebody are being released back onto the street without bail because of these laws. And it just has to stop. And I'm really I'm begging my colleagues on the other side of the aisle. It's work together to fix our city. The mayor to his credit has said he wants to do this, but it's been three weeks. We've already seen 5 police officers shot one now fatally. How many police officers have to be shot before the Democrats figure out letting criminals go free doesn't make our communities safer? And incidentally, that's not a talking point. That's not a conservative talking point. That's literally the position of the newly elected district attorney in Manhattan. Letting criminals go free makes our communities safer. There's nothing to be gained by locking up some poor misguided man or woman who they had a bad childhood. They've got a drug problem. They've got an alcohol problem. They've got they've been no presh. Why put that person who threw that 93 year old woman down the steps in jail? She doesn't need to go to jail. We need to help them.
Gov. Ron DeSantis Is a Genius for Making Monoclonal Antibodies Accessible
"Because chuck Todd just said is it better to get the virus than get vaccines I got vaccinated I got the Johnson & Johnson vaccine I got the booster 5 weeks ago Went to Costco got the booster I wear a mask everywhere I go And by the way it's not always because of the virus it's because I don't necessarily want to be noticed with people coming up to me But it's also the virus Vaccinated booster mask still got it Still got it And the monoclonal antibiotic Where the governor of Florida has made it easily accessible No questions asked Which is basically four shots one in the fatty part behind your bicep on the left arm on the right arm and then they squeeze each side of your stomach for fat and do it there So it's four shots And by the way a lot of the people doing it There was a part time job or volunteers for firefighters Some emergency personnel And these are private companies that are given Rec centers or whatever you just look it up and you go And you go I mean the governor is a genius to be quite Frank about it And that's why he was fighting for this monoclonal antibody because he realized look people are going to get this many of them who are
Rittenhouse Jurors Are Stalling on Verdict Because They Fear 'Mobs of Joe Biden Voters'
"Last night, Tucker Carlson went on a really, really important monologue about Kenosha, Wisconsin. It's no secret I'm a big fan of Tucker Carlson. I think he's one of the boldest bravest out there. And he's another one who sticks his neck out on the sticks his neck out there. He puts it all on the line, and I believe he did so last night with this monologue about the Kyle rittenhouse trial. The average tree reaches a verdict in just a few hours, so these jurors are taking much longer than most. But it's probably not because the evidence they have heard is confusing them. In a typical trial at insider trading trial, for example, something complex, an honest observer might be able to see both sides of the case and probably can. But that is not true here far from it. In fact, it's the opposite from the very first moments of this trial. It was obvious that Kyle rittenhouse never should have been indicted in the first place. The key question was, did Kyle rittenhouse act in self defense that night in Kenosha? And the answer unequivocally is yes, obviously. It's a no brainer, like the OJ trial. No honest person could reach a different conclusion. Kyle rittenhouse shot men he believed are trying to kill him. Now why did Kyle rittenhouse believe that you may ask? Well, in one case, the man he shot told him so directly. I plan to kill you. Of the other two men, Kyle rittenhouse shot, one repeatedly bashed him in the head with a skateboarder as he lay on the ground and the other stuck a loaded gun in his face. So Kyle rittenhouse fought back in order to save his own life. I'm guessing about that, even the prosecution's witnesses made that point. So once that happened, once Kyle rittenhouse's life was threatened on the street in Kenosha, what were his options exactly? Well, he could fight back, or he could allow himself to be murdered by the rioters and allowing himself to be murdered by the rioters is essentially what the prosecution has argued he should have done. Kyle rittenhouse had a duty to submit to the mob. Well, that's lunacy and no sane jury could agree with that for a second. So the question is, why is it taking so long for this jury to produce a very obvious verdict? Want the answer? We'll look outside the courtroom. There are hundreds of National Guard troops assembled tonight in Kenosha. Why are they there? Well, they've come in case Kyle rittenhouse is acquitted. Not a case he's convicted in case he's acquitted at which point if he is acquitted, pretty much everyone expects the usual mobs of Joe Biden voters to burn and loot and destroy. Why does everyone expect this? Because people on the left are openly calling for it. Now the jury deliberation has begun. I think every city in America should prepare for what could happen if rittenhouse gets acquitted. It may get rightfully
Tucker Carlson: By the Time Kyle Rittenhouse Testified, He Already Won the Case
"You know, the three people that Kyle rittenhouse shot, one of them was chasing him down, according to the witnesses violently threatening him, trying to get his gun from him. And was advancing on him. Another one was hitting him in the head and the neck with a skateboard, and another one, the other one, the third one, pointed a gun at him. Those are the three people he shot. It seems pretty open and shut self defense to me. I want you to listen to Tucker Carlson's monologue last night, which sort of summed up what we've witnessed so far in the Kyle rittenhouse. Trial. In the meantime, site, the Kyle rittenhouse trial continued today in Wisconsin. And a move that surprise lawyers everywhere. Rittenhouse took the stand in his own defense. That is unusual in criminal cases and it's especially unusual and murder trials. And the reason is simple, the stakes are too high. One wrong answer in a cross examination, and you could wind up spending life in prison. But this case was different. By the time he testified today, Kyle rittenhouse had already won the case. At this point, there was no remaining doubt that Kyle rittenhouse acted in self defense during the riots last summer in Kenosha. Every shot written house fired was captured on videotape and from multiple angles. Every single witness who testified this week at the trial confirmed exactly what happened. And here are the facts of it. A convicted child rapist called Joseph rosenbaum was released from a mental hospital. And then went directly to join the mob that was burning downtown Kenosha. Once he got to the riot, rosenbaum saw Kyle rittenhouse and immediately threatened to kill him. Rosenbaum then chased rittenhouse and tried to pull the gun from his hands. When he did that, Kyle rittenhouse shot him. So Joseph rosenbaum died as he had lived, trying to touch unwilling minor. At this point, rittenhouse ran defined police, a mob then chased him down the street, howling for his death, a rioter jumped on rittenhouse and knocked him to the ground. Another smashed him in the face with a skateboard. Yet another drew loaded gun and pointed it in his face. And how shot the second two men, one of them fatally. So those are the facts. And there's no way to interpret them except for what they are. The exercise of self defense. Rittenhouse shot people, so he would not be
Pathologist: Rittenhouse shot first man at close range
"Prosecutors rested their case in the murder trial of Kyle written house in Kenosha Wisconsin Milwaukee county forensic pathologist Dr Doug Kelly testified one of the two people killed during a night of violence in Kenosha Joseph Rosenbaum was shot by Rittenhouse at very close range I would say that in this particular instance we're talking about something within a few feet within four feet or so he also pointed out Rosen bomb had sort injuries so his hand is in close proximity or in contact with the end of that rifle Tate from court TV Kelly says video does not show if Rosen bomb was grabbing for written house is gone we're trying to swat it away Rittenhouse is lawyers suggest he was afraid his gun was going to be taken away and used against him I'm a Donahue
FDA OKs mixing COVID vaccines; backs Moderna, J&J boosters
"Federal regulators are authorizing booster doses of the Madonna and Johnson and Johnson covert nineteen vaccines and the mixing of vaccines I'm Ben Thomas with the latest it's not the final word the CDC has that but the food and drug administration have signed off on extending boosters to Americans who got the maternal and Johnson and Johnson vaccine specifically the FDA authorized a third materna shot for seniors and others at high risk six months after their last shot one big change modernise booster will be half the dose of the first two shots for change a single shot the FDA says all recipients should get a second dose at least two months after their initial vaccination the FDA also says anyone eligible for shot can get a different brand of vaccine from the one they started with Ben Thomas Washington
Mike and Chad Prather Discuss the Effectiveness of COVID Vaccines and Ivermectin
"Know, I've been fascinated to hear people push back at my admission that I've been taking Ivermectin every week for about ten months. And when people challenge me, one guy, one pinhead pseudo intellectual call, and he said, how dare you? And I said, go to the NIH website. You can find it NIH. On the NIH website, there they actually have posted studies of the effectiveness of Iver Ivermectin. And yet, like you said, CDC, NIH, they say it. Then again, I remember I'm old enough to remember Doctor Fauci saying the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. You only needed one. That's the beauty of it. He said, you only needed one shot, one and done. Now, of course she's saying, we always knew it was a two shot regimen. A real shocker Chad prayer that millions of Americans are skeptical about the wisdom of these scientists. I have a 62nd video saved in my phone and on my files that talk about Fauci and how he has changed his tune. And it talks about the headlines from Fauci how it's 99% effective down to 40% and then finally it goes to the boosters. And you can literally see the numbers count down through the headlines. This is the kind of stuff we're up against right now in the world. And again, it to question that in any way, shape or form. Forget the fact that Ivermectin won a Nobel Prize in 2015 for its use in humans. Don't talk about any of that. They will cancel you in a
2 employees killed in shooting at Memphis postal facility
"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a shooting at a postal facility in Tennessee leaves three employees dead authorities say three US postal service workers are dead after a shooting at a postal facility in Memphis Tennessee an FBI spokeswoman says two US postal service workers were fatally shot by a third employee who died from a self inflicted gunshot no motive was immediately released by authorities the shooting occurred in the east Lamar carrier annex in the historic orange mountain neighborhood it was the third high profile shooting in or near Memphis in recent weeks on September twenty third the franchise owner of a sushi counter inside a Kroger grocery store fatally shot one person and wounded fourteen others before killing himself a week later a teenage boy was shot and critically wounded at a Memphis school and police detained a second boy believed to be the shooter hi
Why WarioWare Gets It Kind Of
"So let's get started with the first topic of this week. That is warrior. Wear get it together. This is out on friday. Which is tomorrow if you're listening on. The this podcast is released marks review the game and i have been playing the game for wiki and gameplay capture support and. Tom gave it a seven. Would you like to give a quick summary on why you gave. Were you aware that score. Yeah so i. I've always liked lawler warrior games. I've smooth moves on the was also the game game before before that. Were like to my favorite kind of party games. Played less of the ds ones just to kind of like. I know that this is kind of where some people are coming from his like. The camp of the hand held. Gloria wears which were always more solo experiences versus the camp of the console warriors. Which were always more birdie games. Or it's how i read it at least maybe that's just my impression anyway. I reviewed this. Wanna give it a seven because it is a really fun. Wacky warri aware. It's really pretty music. The art design is really really good. Micra games are very fine. The characters are like hidden basically like and like the character system. Okay but some of the character designs are just like really. Were like verge like there's a person that can fly and shoot one direction and then there's version of that person that shooting one direction but just can't stop jumping and so there are just these cases where like some characters are objectively worse versions of other characters mess not like interesting or fun and it's just like oh that character is just bad and like i don't know it's just it's just not as engaging
"shot one" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe
"He's about to get the money and falcon and take lucan and ob one where they're going and he's he's pulled over by a bounty hunter pulls a gun on him. I want somebody pulls a gun on you. That's why you don't put somebody you ready to shoot them pulls them over to booth sits him down and basically as gloating about our job is going to really enjoy. Tear you apart. And i'm gonna love turning them into at and hans unbuckled his blaster underneath the table. He says yeah. I bet you and he pulls the trigger and blows a hole in this this reptile guy. Oh and he goes down. That's the second time i've seen people come out of a chair in a movie theater and somewhere in the nineties lucas and spielberg and all the rest of these guys decided. No we don't want to promote gun violence. So what they did was they know. I'm serious man. It's not a joke this is. This is how sad things are. They re edited the scene. Where grotto shoots a split. Second i mrs hits the wall behind him as a professional hitman. Who's two and a half feet away. Misses the shot and and shoot so fast that pain gloom. oh so so grotto. Shut i but the thing that is most disturbing about this. Mike is you cannot find that original seen unless you own a vhs tape it is not available you cannot get. It's been erased from history. Do you have it No but there are people online. Haven't you should look at youtube. Who shop on shot i. You'll see it. I mean it's the kind of thing that should be in the greeting on your website. It's the kind of thing the people who are in your world should see otherwise. How do you yet look. That's not his movie anyway. He made the movie. he put it out there. He it to the p. Now it's our that's right that's our culture and and to think that okay kids are going to be upset. If han shot first any child realizes the greater was gonna kill him. I mean it's not like it's on the console just walked up on the barge blew his brains. It's not morally difficult but we're treated like children all the time and is treated like idiot. Children will to land the plane for the second third or possibly fourth time right the second and lord of the rings who shot i. I mean it does matter when you're looking deo politically right. Pearl harbor seems to be the first shot yet. August sake feels like the last in exactly right and so and and and there is cause and effect right. Hiroshima and nagasaki would never happened if the people who suffered roche. Nagasaki hadn't decided to put three thousand americans at the bottom of the bay on a sunday morning. This was the cause this was the effect. We didn't start the war by dropping atomic bombs on hiroshima-nagasaki this was the cause. This was the effect. And when you eliminate these two things that's how you get this moral equivalency which is the way you destroy people's ability to make judgments of good and evil. I knew if we kept talking you would land the plane is only you can do it by god. You've done it. Bill will all the movie. I wanna mention apropos of nothing is called the big cahuna..
"shot one" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe
"Anything else we should know about what it is. You're up to these days. Yes i am moving aggressively into a telling stories using three d. animation using a computer game engines like unreal. Because the way to really reach people is to reach so that they don't know they're being reached. I just want to show people things. I want to show people people behave in certain situations and then they can draw their own conclusions. But that's still a few months all right well It's going to be a huge success. I know that if there's any way i can return the favor and appear on any of your fantastic endeavors warns out. I'd had this lot prior to the introduction. Well let's do it okay seriously. And look. i've got one hundred and fifty stories in this library. Ended occurs to me that about half of them are uniquely suited for somebody who knows a bit more about the actual facts than yours truly. So you're welcome back anytime you stories in rather yeah let us know what you like and what you'd like to chat about and We'll make it a thing thanks. It's a real pleasure. The you know now that we know that you're a big star trek fan as well We have some star trek episodes. So it's oh yeah man. Oh yeah some very good ones down. Yeah good all right. Don't hang up. Chuck has to upload your big giant fat meaty vascular voiceprint and God for computing power. No kidding and to officially say goodbye to you gentle listener It's not really good bye it's It's not even farewell. It's just a you know. See next week. It looks like we're chuck it. It seems like the pattern has actually morphed into a trend and we might have to do this again next week. We have no idea who we're going to talk to or how it's gonna happen but once again you've pulled it out of your you know what you've done you know what you've done..
"shot one" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe
"You you gradually increase their exposure to threat and you increase their emotional ability to deal with that threat. And when you when you think that you're protecting people by not allowing any threats to be in their all you're doing is making racist perpetually frightened people frightened about everything because they've never had to develop courage what cs lewis said in that quote you just said is how do you sleep at night while i sleep with courage i am. I afraid of this yes. I'm afraid of it. But i'm not gonna let fear mastermind courageous and and you can't have ridge if you if you try to prevent people from from things that are scary because the scary things aren't going away that's the thing right if the if the actual scary things were in fact disappearing that we could be illinois and who cares. But it's not the case there are actual threats out there and we have to face them like adults and that means we have to develop a sense of courage and that's what growing up this. How what a great place to land the plane. An older gay tibbets was scared. She didn't wanna let her boy get lane. Exactly right sh. She was scared he was curious. The pilot was confident and saana. How that triumvirate. I think is the thing that forges the people that you write about the heroes that you write about paul tibbets became the man. He became for a long list of reasons. The least of which certainly isn't the fact that the pilot of that plane once upon a time had his girlfriend stenciled on the side of it. You just never know man. If noah gay had prevented paul tibbets from getting into that by plane as a child then paul tibbets wouldn't have been the commander of the atomic mission. And somebody else would have been but paul tibbets would lead a far more pathetic life. He he would you know i. I know we're getting close with mike. You've seen the video of these guys in these in these flying suits right and they're going through these canyons and there's a french a couple of french guys who project pecks on these things in these. Two men are like superman. Just they've got no no airplane around. They're just banking and flying through the air on all of this. And then i heard that one of these guys was killed and i realized that life is not about length. That's about volume right. it's it's about volume. How much can you put into the space. Now it's true that the longer life you have the more you can generate volume but this guy lived more in two thousand five years then. Most people will ever live in a hundred and this isn't a dress rehearsal you know. We don't get the hand in a receipt at the end of this and then get up on the real life this is it and if living is just surviving. Then how does it make us any different than sponges. You know honestly. There is a risk and reward. And if you're not ready to make that deal then probably life should have been given to somebody who was because you rocks. Don't take risks palm trees. Don't either this is what life is about is deciding what is worth increasing. My risk and what do i get out of it and paul at a lot of fun that day and i've had a lot of fun in two thousand hours of flying. I've had three engine failures and they command your full attention. But i was ready for them because of my training. And because i developed a sense of courage and i have seen things and done things that people will never be able to imagine ever. I have flown between two layers of clouds with my wing in a glider with my wing. Invert in a waterfall that was falling upwards airway sitting the mountains and going up as it rose it was condensing. Look off my left wing. There's a waterfall of missed..
"shot one" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe
"But but the co serious point to be made here. The reason i like dirty jobs so much and i thought it was such an important show was because if you don't see these the infrastructure which means the below the surface structure then you can assume that doesn't exist. Waterflow sewage flows. Electricity comes on. It's all magic. We don't have to think about it. It's only when you're shown these things that are that are actually there. When you're only showing the other side of the story is paul. Harvey would say that you begin to realize that. Okay if we only if we cherry pick the stuff that's immediately visible or may be immediately visible. Then we can form any conclusion we want to once you start talking about the people that have to do things like clean dead animals out from underneath our house which i had to a guy a under house. Two three years ago some bag crawled onto their came out with the plastic bag and he was pouring a hose over. Said sean i. I took the two hundred bucks. Because i didn't have to do it. You know he did it and And without this acknowledgement that the stuff. That's not glamorous. Matters and in fact matters a lot more than the stuff that is glamorous. You end up with the society that's extremely unbalanced and when when you've got a society where the information is being suppressed on half of the argument. The irony of this is is it having a discussion having information. That's what thinking is and if you're going to lock half the population out of the discussion through social media and so on those people still get to thank the people who don't think are the people you're presumably protecting because they've never heard anything different. They've never had their ideas challenge. And then you get people were censor saying well. That's not true what i say. How do you know it's not true. How do you know you've never heard the other side of the story. You don't have the faintest idea. Well i'll tell you the challenge for me. And i think you and anybody who's in our industry right now who wants to be persuasive has to figure out the difference between talking to a roomful of the people you described earlier where we apparently. I met a place where you could say okay. Let's preach to the choir like most. everybody in. That room was politically on the same page. But in the real world when it comes to media both social and and otherwise. I made my bed and i've got a lion and it's a good bed dirty job. Somebody's gotta do it. Returning the favor this podcast. These are all. These are all attempts to talk broadly and in a friendly way to people on either side of the aisle. But one of the things. I think i said to you regarding your Your excellent video. Eat the rich. The rich was look. I could never say that. In any of the formats where i work but but i can from time to time look back at lessons from the dirt and i can do a special which i did called brown before green where we take the position that look..
"shot one" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe
"Guess maybe part of what we're dealing with today is this inherent baked in suspicion of our heroes and this inherent baked in propensity to try and understand our villains and while all of that can exist under the umbrella of objectivity and understanding when the chili really meets the cheese. You're going to have to decide. You're you're going to have to pick a side. And i think that's the thing that worries me. That will never change unless you truly believed that good and evil are utterly fungible. There's gonna come a time when we're gonna have to choose. Afghanistan worries me. Because we're not in a in a head space right now where making those decisions feels wise. It feels like a capitulation net. It's not we're so far away from reality that we're allowed to make bad decisions because we have nothing to compare it to in other words if you say. Let's defend the police. You could say well if we do that. We'll get rid of police brutality. And so when you say defend the police in your mind you're thinking of a perfect world where there's no police brutality. What you're not about is what the world looks like without any police. And the thing i've come to realize is that these days the only way to cure people these bad ideas give it to him. I did as a segment on the cold at a fourteen part segment on the cold war. And when i was talking about the difference between the two sides because personalizing things everything right. This is why you're shows so so popular and why. Tv shows were so popular. It's gotta be about people. You've got to connect big pictures to the human experience or else it's just data so i was trying to find an example of the difference really between america and soviet union in in terms of the cold war and what i ended up doing was on one day. Joseph stalin personally signed over three thousand death warrants in an afternoon he killed him millions of people but just in one afternoon he just went downlisted and just checked off. Three thousand people killed one day. The worst thing that dwight eisenhower era or did on a day was he was on a golf course. And he got a little upset and he hurled a putter in the general direction of one of his aides. Now if you can't see a difference between these two things murdering three thousand people versus being angry enough to check a putter in the general direction. Somebody if you can't see that there's a difference between these. Two things a. chasm unbridgeable chasm. then there's something wrong with you so something wrong with me not wrong with anybody else or something really seriously wrong with you. If you can morally equate these two things well if you want to hear something really screwed up. Let me say this about stalin. I've signed three thousand books before at a book signing. It's exhausting that guy muster really. What a work ethic didn't have the machine he stamped. Yeah there's no magic pen one of the things that's fun Was was was looking at the humor of the soviet union. So you basically got stalin of psychopathic murderer. You've got khrushchev. Who had tendencies was considerably less evil than stalin. Jason yes exactly send you a president. Who's kind of communist guy and one of the things. It's fun is to look at the jokes from each one of those times. So you'll appreciate this. So here's a joke about stalin that was told installing time very very quietly so commerce stolen at the fifteenth communist international recipients thousands of people in the room and somebody sneezes and covered stone stops a speech and says who sneeze and everybody's terrified and nobody says anything so says first row of stand up..
"shot one" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe
"The lead pilots of the baby ruth flying circus. It was just another routine flight and one of the most successful publicity stunts of all time for his twelve year old assistant. The experience was nothing short of transformational. That was the day. Paul became the boy who loved to fly a passion that would stay within the rest of his life and though she did know it. This was also the day. That paul's mother was destined to become a household name. It's interesting isn't it. The way men are often inspired to name their most precious things after the women. They love those candy bars. For instance were named for president. Grover cleveland's daughter ruth. The curtiss candy company was named for its founders mother. Helen curtis paul never forgot the thrill of his first flight or the real reason. His nervous mother allowed him to climb into a biplane with a perfect stranger. It wasn't the pilots confidence or his own incessant. Begging it was the presence of that girl's name on the side of the plane. That's why twenty years later. When paul flew into the history books he did so and a brand new plane with an old fashioned name. A plane named after his dear old mom. It was early. August a perfect day for flying the skies were mostly clear and the winds favourable. Paul felt the same rush of excitement. He always did whenever the propeller started to turn. But on this day the boy who loved to fly wasn't taking orders he was giving them and when colonel. Paul tibbets yelled bombs away. He wasn't dropping candy bars over miami. He was dropping something altogether different from a plane. Called the nola. Gay over town called here shema anyway. That's the way i heard. Here's a little dingy. No.
"shot one" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe
"I heard the nervous mom with the old fashioned name was getting the hard sell from her twelve year. Old son. please mom you gotta let me go. It means the world to me. Captain davis is the best pilot. Ever he says it safe please. Mom please paul's mother ran her fingers over. The metal rivets on the waco by plane and shook her head the very idea that such machine might actually take flight was hard to imagine but doug davis was indeed. An accomplished pilot and his confidence was undeniable. I've done this a thousand times man. I'll have him back in. No time a promise. Stenciled on the side of the plane. Paul's mother noticed a woman's name whose genome may she asked the pilots mild. Well that's my girl. He said we were married on christmas day. And i flew to our honeymoon and this very plane the nervous mom with the old fashioned name side surely a pilot who put his sweetheart's name on the side of his plane had much to live for. Paul could see his mother teetering. Please mom can i fly with. Captain davis please. Eventually paul's mom relented and watched with great trepidation. As her little boy climbed aboard the genome. May you both be careful. She said and hurry back. It was early august a perfect day for flying. the skies were mostly clear and the winds favorable. Paul fell to rush of excitement. Impossible to describe not just because this was his first flight but because this was his first. Mission captain davis gave the signal. A volunteer spun the prop and the engine roared to life seconds. Later the by plane thundered across the open field until the jarring bumps suddenly gave way to a gentle other-worldly glide. Paul was transfixed. The wind stung his cheeks as the horizon disappeared revealing nothing but the wild blue yonder for the first time in his young life. Paul felt completely and unambiguously free far below. His friends and neighbors waited an anticipation. They look so small. Four hundred feet away. Paul hoisted the burlap sack into his lap and gripped tightly in both fists. Now captain davis now. Not yet paul. The by plane climbed another hundred feet and started another slow circle above the eager crowd. Okay paul get ready. Paul grip the top of the sack with his right hand and clutch the bottom with his left then. He leaned over the side and waited for the command. Okay paul bombs away. Paul dump the contents over the side and pulled the empty sack back into his lap bombs away. He repeated in quiet wonder instantly. The.
"shot one" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe
"Hello again it's the way. I heard it episode number two fifteen. This one is called han. Shot first the han. In question of course is the one and only han solo brought to life by harrison ford. A little move. You may have seen called star wars. The title of this episode refers to the now infamous scene in star wars. That took place in the moss. Eisley cantina on the planet. Tattooing were a bounty. Hunter named grio announces his intention to abduct han solo and bring him to a gangster called job of the hut who plans to killing now in the original seen. Han solo is seated in a booth across from his kidnapper with a weapon pointed at his chest when he learns of the kidnappers. Intentions preferring not to be abducted and murdered haunt takes action syrup. Tissue asli removing a blaster that he had cleverly concealed in his boot and then shooting the bounty hunter from underneath the table killing him instantly in the original seen. Han shot first and everybody knew it. Two decades later though the director of the film george. Lucas re edited that scene in a way that showed grotto the bounty hunter firing first and missing. George lucas did this. He said to better justify han solo's decision to use deadly force. Now this struck. A lot of people is kind of absurd because in a gunfight. There is no line between drawing. I and firing i. Both moves are equally aggressive if a man or a woman or an alien bounty hunter for that matter points a weapon at you and demands that you leave with them against your will and you have every right to shoot them from beneath the table. Assuming you had the foresight to talk blaster into your boot and the courage to use it. But here's the point in nineteen seventy seven george. Lucas saw han solo's decision to shoot. I as an act of self-defense. Consistent with the actions of hero twenty years later he did not and so george. Lucas changed the scene. And with it. The history of that film. Then in two thousand four lucas authorized another edit in which han and grotto appear to fire at each other simultaneously and now in the most recent print airing on disney plus. A new camera angle has been inserted in yet another re edit..
Mass Shootings in Portland and D.C. Leave Multiple People Injured
"Of a mass shooting overnight. Police say eight people are hurt. No suspects at this time. Suspects are also being sought in Washington, D C, where six people were shot. One of the victims. A six year old girl was killed. Another court
Golf Pro Shot, Killed at His Georgia Golf Course
"Following the shooting at Pine Tree Country Club in Kennesaw. Over the weekend Golf pro Director Paul Sylar was shot to death when he went to check on a car that had gotten stuck on the golf course on the 10th told family and friends. Numbers of this club are remembering 41 year old Jean Sylar, the husband and father of two, was a graduate of Purdue University who had been working as the club's director of golf since 2019 now prior to that, he worked in the same capacity at Summit Chase Country Club that's in Gwinnett County. Now we have learned from Channel two is Michael Sidon that investigators have also found a white ran 3500 pickup truck parked on the green to other bodies were found in the bed of that truck. Both had been shot. One of the two bodies in the truck was identified as Paul Pearson, the registered owner of the truck. The third victim has not yet been identified. The shooter Is still on the run. 82
1 killed, 9 injured in shooting on Chicago's South Side, police say
"In Chicago Police say two men opened fire on a crowd on the city's south side. 10. People were shot. One woman died. The other victims are expected to survive. It's unclear what sparked that
San Jose Gunman's Co-Worker Worried He Would 'Go Postal'
"Is reporting this morning. The gunman who killed nine of his Valley Transportation Authority co workers, was the subject of five investigations into his workplace conduct before he carried out the Bay Area's deadliest mass shooting. One colleague filed a report last year because they believe the man could go postal. There's word this morning. The city about Grove
"shot one" Discussed on This is Today
"Tuesday may fourth twenty twenty one. I'm russ and here's what you need to know about today. Yeah it's star wars day. Why well for you. Non star wars fans out there and see it's may the fourth as in. May the force be with you or may the fourth be with you. Yeah the they turn into star wars day. And i'm glad they did. Because yeah we get to talk about things like hans solo shooting i or The changes that were were made to the movies. That just seem weird. Now as star wars was a great movie return of the jet. I empire strikes back all of the original three. Were definitely my favorites. But you know. I kind of like the new movies too. I know some of the Hardcore star wars fans are not fans of some of the new stuff. But get because you know why we get to see all these childhood heroes again and that to me is just awesome so It's sad that you know they're not gonna make any more with a you know lucan and sad that lay can't be in there any more because of her Carrie fisher's passing so we'll just you don't enjoy what we've got from star wars and just keep watching over and over again. Of course we've got like the mandalorian and stuff like that so good times right. I mean who doesn't love baby. Yoda also you can get a star wars insta pot and instability that essentially looks like rtd to You can even get one. That sorta got darth vader. Feel to it so guess what you can get a sale deal us today. Yeah they're on sale today as our Lay goes yes star. Wars lagos you. You should probably go. Check those out of your. They could about buying something. Today might be the day to do it because their sales everywhere on star wars stuff today all right. it's also national orange juice day today. And sadly i do not believe that orange juice is on sale. Yeah you're gonna pay whatever you're gonna pay for orange juice. Well what is great about orange juice. Well you know vitamin c. Write a source of antioxidants. But mitch may not have known. Is that it actually might help to prevent kidney stones. If you've never had kidney stones you do not want them twice in my life and they are not fun you. They are the furthest away from fun. Ouch that's all. I'll tell you what we'll go into the The awful details of the pain but yes it does not feel good so drinks oj j. I can also reduce elevated cholesterol. So that's another win for orange juice and you know if your heart's racing orange juice might actually help that as well and you know what if you want your heart to raise a little more. It tastes great with vodka and takes great with jen. So there you go now yes. There's the health benefits of orange juice. And i think we all know a little about that but there's also lots of sugar so you know drinking too much of it. Can lead to. Diabetes can lead to problems with regulating sugar things like that and it can lead to weight gain. So just be careful. Don't you know had in moderation. I guess we'll say okay. It is also bird day today and no. I'm not saying. Give the bird day today. i'm talking to you. Road rage randy. Yeah it's not about flipping people off it is about actual birds and you know i've got to tell you this whole being indoors thing like hanging out at my house working from home you know spending more time in my backyard. My appreciation for birds is just like gone up like a thousandfold that that you know. I talked yesterday about some of the benefits of the covid. Shut down and all of this. I think this is an thing. I love the birds. We actually have a bird's nest in my backyard with the baby and a baby egg. It's so cool. The mama bird comes and feeds it and watch that every single day. Love it so cool. It's also national foster care day today and national teacher appreciation day with the hashtag think teacher. Yeah teachers i've said this over and over again and it's not just because i have friends that are teachers but they are on the front lines. Were saying well we gotta get our kids back to school. We got hit. you know. they'll it will we. Also you know. The teachers need to be taken care of because they are out there risking themselves and learning office. New stuff on zoom. I've talked to a couple of teachers on the show. And i have a ton of respect for them so be sure to send a thank you card to them. Say thank you in some way. Do something today to think a teacher. And i'm not talking if you're just in school or if you have kids in school i'm saying you know what may actually. Hey here we go for throwback thursday this week post a picture of you and your ever teacher from like high school or on entry school middle school whatever it is. I think that would be a great thing to do this week to think a teacher all right. We've got a couple events to talk about today. And i've got so wrapped up in the star wars thing and orange juice oranges vago. We'll be right back. We'll take a short break and we'll talk about our events with confidence just head over to the description of the podcast. Click on the link for grammar early and sign up for our first event. Today we take you back to twenty nine now. We're in the twenties right now. I'm talking about the nineteen twenties. One thousand nine hundred twenty seven to be specific. The adamy of motion pictures arts and sciences was incorporated on this day. Okay so the idea came from louis. B. mayer the head of metro goldwyn. mayer engine. yeah. He said well. We need a way to mediate disputes with out involving unions and we need to meet the disputes with the unions as well. We also need to improve. The industry's image with the public so he gathered thirty. Six founding members started the academy of motion pictures arts and sciences on this day. It's now close to ten thousand members and if you're thinking hey i want to join in on this because i get a free movie every once in a while. Can't it's invite only and Yeah well what are you gonna do right. Maybe write a movie and you can get on this. Other first awards show the oscars well. Those happened on may sixteenth. Nine thousand nine hundred twenty nine on this day in nineteen fifty seven. Alan freed hosted the first ever prime time network rock show. You're thinking oh. American bandstand started on this date now. That didn't debut till four months from now this was called the big beat on abc. And it didn't last very long see. The show was cancelled. After frankie lymon eighteen star that was black danced with a member of the audience. That was wight. That's why they canceled the show. Can you believe that nineteen fifty. Seven ridiculous Alan freed was known for promoting african american rhythm and blues music on the radio in the united states and in europe. This guy alan free was huge but not too long after this cancellation came the payola scandal. And i've talked about the payola scandal on the show before this was essentially. Bribing the dj's to play your music. Well yeah he turns out. He made a lot of money on this and didn't pay taxes on it and in nineteen sixty four. He was indicted for charges in that payola scandal and not paying taxes on the state in nineteen seventy at kent state university. Ohio national guard members opened fire on protesters. They shot sixty one to sixty seven times in the air and at protesters. Four protesters died and nine were injured at the time. Most blamed the vietnam war protesters and not the guards for this incident..
US Recommends 'Pause' for Johnson and Johnson Shots
"Johnson and Johnson's covert nineteen vaccine has hit another roadblock with the U. S. recommending a pause in using the shots health authorities are investigating rare blood clots and low platelet counts and six women within two weeks of getting the shot one died Dr Anthony Fauci says the pause will give the FDA and CDC time to understand what happened and warn physicians not to treat the clots with the common blood thinner in the meantime for those who receive the shot recently don't you get an anxiety reaction because remember it's less than one in a million if you got it more than two weeks ago it really doesn't mean anything you're okay Johnson and Johnson's delaying the vaccine rollout in Europe which was already seeing a vaccine shortage the by the administration says the move will not have a big impact on the U. S. supplied with FISA ran but during a ramping up deliveries Sager make ani Washington
"shot one" Discussed on Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast
"Welcome to the gwinnett. daily post. Podcast today is tuesday march sixteenth. In flava flav is sixty two years old. today. I'm dan rather live in here. Your top stories brought to you by peggy sloppy properties. Two men were shot and one is dead in logan bill. We'll take a look at. Its most wanted. Health officials won't require documents but instead will use the honor system for newly expanded vaccine categories. The gwinnett elections board will tackle the election. Superintendent vacancy at the meeting on wednesday and this week is burger week all around gwinnett county. Find out exactly what that means. And we'll talk to the local firefighter. Who's looking out for the financial future of his firefighting brethren. Yes that's my total focus. Just increasing financial literacy within the public safety firefighter population. So that they can. You know work. These jobs live a good life. Konczal their financial goals and really just make decisions. That are thoughtful around their money. Time come for you and your family to buy or sell a new home. Peggy slant properties is here to help peggy and the team have been gannett and surrounding areas. Thirty eight years helping folks. Just like you and me peggy slap you. Properties consist of more than thirty five realtors realized. Fostering strong relationships with community is the key to their business. They work with you. Regardless of circumstance resident you'll homes are newly built they have listings all over the county in today's climate. You hear a lot of noise from others on how they can help the difference. Peggy sloppy properties. They're buying and selling for neighbors family and friends. Don't you believe you'll get the most value from a team that knows the lay of the land. Visit peggy slapping properties online at esp online dot com or. Give them a call at seven. Seven zero two seven one five five five five seven seven two seven one fifty five fifty five hangars sloppy properties delivers the very best in gwinnett and.
"shot one" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Since March, the museums and archeological sites that China runs have been closed because of the virus, it's uncertain when they'll reopen the institute is facing deep budget cuts it got stuffing got. He. Reverse is a veteran anthropologist with enough. He says, the cuts are catastrophic and have serious consequences for archaeology historic conservation and linguistics programs. Some fear weakening could lead to looting at ancient sites, but the is just one of several government agencies hit by a presidential decree that has slashed their budgets by seventy five percent. The cuts have also gutted environmental cultural science and arts programs along with government bodies for women and indigenous peoples does it is. Precisely what the must yom nobody river says the big surprises that cuts like these come from a government that road to power on a wave of leftist sentiments, and is now seen favouring a continuation of policies that concentrate wealth in the hands of the politically connected view. Lopez. Reverse points to what's been left off the chopping block big ticket projects including Mexico City Airport a massive refinery and tourist train circuit in the Yucatan Peninsula critics point out that many of the contracts for the projects are going to foreign firms or companies linked to Mexico's richest men including multi-billionaire Carlos Slim. Mexican. President Unrest Manuel Lopez Orcas in Oaxaca recently to cut the ribbon on port expansion, he considers spending priority. It's part of a massive project known as the transmission corridor is a COMMUNICA. Those a seattle. The president known as I'm low for short says the corridor will connect the Pacific and Gulf coast across Mexico's narrowest points. The Isthmus of the ones that Beck he compares it to Panama Canal across dry land because a railway will carry shipping containers between ports. A highway is also slated to run parallel to the tracks along with an oil pipeline and ten industrial parks. I'm little defense. The project is a way to create thousands of jobs and close the economic gap between Mexico's industrialized north, and it's cash poor cultural south. So The Nets. Were taught. Master Times, I'm GonNa wants the transit corridor completed within three years and says that protests won't delay it but he's not the first president to float the idea for this massive infrastructure project. It's the upper lip you may study. Groups is with the oaxacan Assembly in Defensive Landon territory. An indigenous led group could have says, this canal style project has been proposed off and on since the mid nineteenth century using. This. Idaho. Bottomless Adam look at the nameless grew says, the project has long faced opposition because it would pillage the environment up route indigenous communities and reduce residents to a source of cheap labor while corporations profit. But organizing protests against it is tough during pandemic plus some see the megaproject is bringing economic stability. That's hard to argue against right now, the current push for it might work especially because President Lopez over has both public support and an overwhelming majority in Congress, this worries could use. No solo the noise solo could who says in all the infrastructure projects that are getting green light don't just represent new roads, oil refineries and railway. They've represent a territorial reordering of Mexico south for the world I'm Shannon young in Oaxaca. Mexico. Every day. The coronavirus crisis is setting grim records here at the world we're on top of the pandemic daily on the radio because there is a lot of news to bring you. We've also got additional coverage online and live webcasts with experts from Harvard t h Chan, School of Public Health..
"shot one" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Everything down and hurt. Our future generation is the worst decision we could ever make. Then what's the plan by the president of United States that if everybody should go back to school, and everything is all fine and dandy? What's the plan from the White House? I'll tell you what the plan should be. It should be about choice. If you allowed each school district have a choice. Whether your child is going to go to school in person or go to school online, we would have less numbers in schools. We could do the proper social distancing and remember, our governor just changed. The social distance. He rules for school from six feet 23 feet because that's what the CDC requires. We could make this work, but it's about personal choice, I think, along with personal choice also goes public safety. So that's something that you need Thio balance out. But let's see what you guys think with phone lines are full. So let's go back to the phone line. 7022575396 Let's go to Jake. Jake is next on the Vegas. Take Jake. What's going on? Hey, Maybe this is going to be his contribution to getting people to wear masks, You know, unfortunately had to give his life for and there's there's no guarantee that he would or would not have had it with her without the mask. No, I never said that. Jake. You know, I know you didn't think I don't want a man. It's early March. Yeah, good for you for the point where I was, I was looked upon like I was either a creep or I was rude for doing so, you know, and now it's it's coming around, but I think You know a lot of things. I agree that you should be wearing a mask. I don't quite understand the, um, mentality of I'm not going to let the government tell me what to do, because There are certain things that they don't let you shoot at people. They don't let you do this. And that and the other, which you know is more directly deadly. But I mean, if you see you're not wearing a matching your sneeze or your cough right could infect 100 people if you take one shot. You might or might not hit somebody. Exactly. Yeah, No, I know. Listen, I know stupid analogy. No, Jake. It's It's not Jake. It's not a stupid analogy, and by the way, you're 100% right? And that's my whole argument with this. It's like drunk driving Democrat. My thing about the Democrats is they do like them asking my correct I don't think anybody likes the mask. I have to disagree with you and I don't speak for Democrats. I can only speak for myself. I hate the mask. I hate having to put it on. It's annoying. It's uncomfortable, but I do it because I do it because out of respect other people 702 2575396 is the number to call. Why don't we go with Dave? Dave? You are next on the Vegas. Take Dave. What's up? You made a while statement that he deserved to die. I mean, it's shocking that was shot. First of all, First of all, and you're in your first of all. Dave. Dave. Dave, If you are someone in your early seventies, you are old. You have underlying health conditions. You've fought stage four. Cancel cancer. You're tweeting out anti mask rhetoric. You're going in public with thousands of people like a Donald Trump Tulsa Rally campaign rally. You're not practicing social distancing. You're not wearing a mask. Who's let me ask you this. Whose responsibility does it fall on that he contracted the virus. You who tell me, Okay, let me flip for a start. And no, you're not flipping anything. No, You're not putting anything. Answer the question Answer. Have you ever heard of John McEnroe? Answer the question. You heard what I just asked you now answer whose responsibility doesn't fall on. You deserve to get shot. All right. If you're not even gonna answer that question. Have a nice day, sir. I've had enough. You 7022575396 is the number to call. Let's go to Anthony. Anthony. You're next on the Vegas take Ryan, you know, listen to the conversation we're really bothers me is that we just lost another eye for you. Dr Friday. In Texas. Yep. Treating. Ah Corbett, 19 patients, right. He's dead. His daughter was three people. I've never heard of one doctor and I guess your guests and tell me That guy from treating the hottest patient Michelle responded that that's a get the hell down. Everything rebelling on the line. Anthony hang on the line, and I think you brought up a very good point there. Let's let Michelle respond to that. Go ahead, Michelle specifically with a heart attack. No, I doubt a doctor has died from treating specifically a heart attack. But have doctor's been around viruses and things that could have hurt them. Have doctors passed away from treating other patients? Yes. Not from a heart attack, but from other patients. Absolutely, And let's remember this to the top doctor in the land. The top doctor in the land, the U. S. Surgeon general tweeted earlier and I quote seriously, people stopped buying masks. They are not affected in preventing the general public from catching Corona virus. But if healthcare providers can get them to care for six patients, it puts them and our community's at risk. There has been misinformation and changing of narrative nonstop since And I was hit when it comes to mass. Well, I think the president has been warned consistent than anybody. Yes, Dr Fauci, and there were some people early on that we're not pro mass. But they changed. We're not anti. They were somewhat anti mess, and then they changed their minds on that. But it was the president of the United States that didn't adapt to it. Anthony, go ahead. If not now, when I go on the patient in the E R you make you have to wear a mask. It stops bacteria. It helps patients that we wear it. Every doctor you see, even going into territory, of course, came after work that kind of third and also took issue with your guests I've seen now every three Republican Congressman and voter. People go to jail right for messing with votes. Without it. I think what people really want Democrats, I will gladly hear someone speaking through that process. No, Harry Anthony, you listen, voter fraud. We touched on that topic. Anthony, But to your to your first comment, you're right. Nobody's ever treated anybody for heart disease and died. And I am so sad that there are so many brilliant doctors and heroes on frontline workers and then some of them sadly have Died from this virus on Ly because they've wanted to save the lives of others. Let's get back to the calls At 2575396 Let's go to Glenn Glenn, You're next on the Vegas Take what's going on. Wait. We haven't learned from history because of determined the 20th century. There was a woman called Kind Void. Mary, she was asymptomatic. But she carried typhoid. Maybe what she went and she was a cook Everywhere She went. People get sick and some would die. She knew this. She would change your name and go to other places. Nowadays we have thousands of potential covert 19. Mary's who don't care about other people. They don't care the fact that they're asymptomatic and could spread it. And people. Doctors need to talk about this more. The seriousness of being asymptomatic Michelle stand line. They're glad. I think you made some very good points. Similar points to what I'm making that you can affect other people. Michelle, what would you say to what? Glen said that day. Listen, if you're asymptomatic, you could be affecting so many other people. You have no one is denying the science of that that you could be asymptomatic and still spreading the disease. At least I am not denying that. The issue is about the mask mandates, and that's what's really at the core of it, whether it should be mandated or not. I don't think most people sit here and say, you know masks. They just they aren't effective. They are ineffective at all. Hey, cloth masks are better than no mask better cloth mask the same as surgical masks. Absolutely not. Are there levels and are their grades of masks 110%. Yes, you can spread something and be a sister. Aces. Symptomatic, of course. Well, here's what I'll say. If you have AIDS. Knowingly. And you're having unprotected sex.
"shot one" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Fire a shot. One of our police officers at Cole Strange, narrowly missing him, Chief, Craig says it's a miracle that his officer wasn't shot in the head. Three officers returned fire. Killing Littleton. America is listening to Fox News. From the Florida Central Credit Union home Loans, Traffic Center Construction, starting up on South bound to 75. As you approach the Tampa airport exit before you get to the Howard Franklin going to see the right lane closed down there also South bound I 75. The off ramp to get onto eastbound I for you're going to see partial cones blocking the roadway. Also eastbound I for the right lane closed off before you get to I 75 54th Avenue North and Saint Pete shut down between 49th Street and 34th Street with railroad roadwork. Steve Foster NewsRadio w F L A from the Iron is heating and cooling Weather center powered by iron air dot com. Partly to mostly cloudy skies warm and humid. This evening temperatures in the upper eighties alot of 80 degrees were still in this westerly flow pattern will carry that through the weekend. Possibility of a morning shower. Overall rain chance 40% throughout the day. A high of 94 Sunday same story slightly less in the way of rain chances. 30% Chance lo of 79 high of 91. 30% chances well for Monday 92 For the voters will look for a West wind a 10 to 15 Nazis. 2 to 3, a moderate shop on bay Waters. I'm news Channel eight chief meteorologist Steve Jer VI. The following is a commercial program paid for by MAGGIE Tax. The opinions, viewpoints and promises made during the following program are not those of W F L A. M, its staff management or parent company I heart media.
"shot one" Discussed on KOMO
"Shot one of the protesters is claiming self defense almost Joe Marino report because Fernandes passed on a chance to stand before a judge living up to the prosecutor and defense attorney to explain what happened Fernandez is being held for assault after dozens of witnesses saw steers car into the demonstration on Capitol Hill then shoot a protester who charged up to the window Hernandez is now under investigation for felony assault his lawyer has a much different explanation about what unfolds in this video the lawyer says Fernandez wasn't sure where he was heading and ended up being surrounded by demonstrators when one of them reach into his car the attorney says Fernandes fired his gun to defend himself commercial arena reports that posted protester who was shot is expected to fully recover time is now for thirty four comma traffic we check it every ten minutes on the force that was a good morning to J. Phillips good morning roadwork continues in camp at this time two right lanes of southbound I. five are closed between south to sixteenth street and highway five sixteen till about five AM again that's two right lanes of south five close their and also metro transit as of yesterday most of the service bus services operating on regular regular schedules routing in and around downtown Seattle and other parts of metro service area including along pike and pine streets and on fourth and fifth avenues travel times around the area the old wood to south center about thirty minutes belvita every twenty six minutes Seattle to Redmond about twenty minutes you're.
"shot one" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The shooting he shot one of the transformers this was near one of the victims that he shot so could a ministry around that went and went through a door to the transformer behind the area that was secured at that because the power to go out since the power has been restored after a and actually there are a lot of pride in your life what will they have any so what I can tell you there are security as you mentioned that it will be on site I don't know exactly the numbers or the details to that the kind of response did not have anybody to my knowledge that was working at Westgate at that particular time hi Bob for their homeland probably not like this very often how does that compare to your standard or if you so far the response time you just have to keep in mind everything that's involved in a call first of all are nine one one was flooded with nine one one calls they have to take that information dictate it to our dispatcher who dispatches that information the officers receive that information have to figure out the location which is usually given out pretty quickly and then respond which as you know at seven o'clock in the afternoon we could still be facing traffic even with the emergency responses then once on scene you have to navigate through the west gate and then finally locate the suspect the suspect sought understanding that would be a long time for some people on scene but that was actually a very quick response a prominent we have offered there during the week and then they're gonna have it all around that area well those are always things that we'll look forward to in the future to look at I can tell you that they do hire off duty officers but I don't have all the details to win the Hiram why he chose Westgate side I don't have the information at this time of why he chose it gamer so early in the destination if you're ever on anybody's radar or something like that so our desk years will be looking at that but that would be a covered later I don't have the information this time or have a stake in.
"shot one" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Shooting one key component appears to be taken our president called Wayne lapierre this afternoon and told him that universal background checks are off the table without mentioning background checks when Lapeer tweeted quote I spoke to the president today we discussed the best ways to prevent these types of tragedies president trump is a strong second amendment president and supports our right to keep and bear arms this is John Roberts the White House White House pushing back on a story reported in the Atlantic saying the story is wrong and that the president had not mention supporting universal background checks saying meaningful background checks are still on the table on the economy the president with this message for the federal reserve the fed should be cutting and I would say they should say at a minimum a hundred basis points over a period of time not at one time and the president saying the administration is looking at a cut in capital gains tax when investors sell assets and is looking at lower payroll taxes an unusual legal strategy from a Virginia city looking to remove a Confederate monument boxes Steve Rappaport has more lively said the city of Norfolk makes an unprecedented argument in a federal lawsuit that Virginia's law prohibiting the removal of public war memorials violates the city's first amendment rights the eighty foot monument includes a Confederate soldier nicknamed Johnny red and the seal of the former confederacy Norfolk owns the monument and claims the monument is the city speech therefore the city has a constitutional right to alter that speech a spokeswoman for Virginia Attorney General mark herring says he's long called for the Los repeal and supports removing or relocating Confederate statues Lisa see the Los Angeles county operas says it'll immediately open what is calling a thorough an independent investigation into allegations of sexual harassment against opera star Placido.
"shot one" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Men shot one fatally in Baltimore. Bligh don't like the way the year starting that way. You know earlier we talked about the Michigan Representative who made that ugly statement about the president missed tallied. I'm not sure if house still has a cute up you have that telly statement. Well, we've got we've got members of congress asking for her to apologize. And there are members of obviously many on the right are saying it, and I just noticed something crossing the news here that Jerry Nadler, the New York guy who just a month ago was overheard on the Amtrak train the Acela train, which really is funded by us. So government officials can have high speed rail Nadler was talking about how one of the first things that are going to do is impeach. President. He was overheard on the train blathering about what they're gonna do. He he was the he's the incoming chairman of the House Judiciary committee describing all the alleged action act actions of the present as impeachable offenses. And he suggested impeachment. They'll might not be pursued, but he talked about impeachable offenses and this morning, he reacted to this comment from the Michigan fresh woman love you. And you win. When.