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"south weaver" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand
"Up of old republicans. Weaver also helped run. John mccain's presidential campaigns. Both in two thousand two thousand and eight and john k six twenty sixteen campaign. He got in the news because apparently it's been revealed that he was using his powerful republican position to well i was can you put it hit on. Young men wanted sex from young men. Twenty one solicited sexually provocative messages online. Too young men including a fourteen year old. Twenty-one meant got these messages the fourteen year old got questions about his body while he was still in high school and then kept getting them. I guess for years because the questions turned even more specific after he s turned eighteen. Apparently none of these messages lead to anything. Physical except for two looks like one consensual situation but He made these men uncomfortable. Oh my listen listen to these messages interviews with twenty one of them have come out. He he told one Young man that he wants to spoil you when we see each other. I wanna give advice counsel help with bills. You helped me. Sensually gold trickle trickle cole trickle meal millais was fourteen. He followed weaver on twitter. And twenty twenty fifteen and then quickly got a direct message from. I remember being a fourteen year old kid interested in politics and being semi starstruck by john. Weaver engaging in a conversation with me at the time he supported. The republican party was a fan of john casick but the messages kept coming and they became more uncomfortable. I want to come to vegas and take you to dinner and drinks and spoil you and commenting on his look look older. You've gotten taller you in high school. Still hey my boy re send me your stats right to guess if that is easier or more fun your stats. What would that be heightened. Waiter could that be something else. That's specific possibly biceps lower. Go south weaver by the way is a married father of a couple of kids. Of course i am so disheartened and said that. I may have bought this comfort to anyone and what i thought at. The time was mutually consensual discussions. What's it feel like when you find out your husband was propositioning. Fourteen year old boys online. Like a house has that conversation. Let's say dinner like that's lincoln project. People said they had no idea. This is going backwards. And they were appalled. Yeah tim conway late. Were those texts from bill. Handel no It again that incorrect you by the way. Here's one guy mentioned. Kyle allen said. He was asked if he was circumcised. And that's sure that's every sixty year old man wants to though I like to know right. I mean of all your friends. Do you know who circumcise no. Yeah i don't either. It's never come. i'd like to find out. Are you asking me. I'm not asking now. I can't ask you not here so you can't if i can be publicly inappropriate. I don't think deborah wants the just watched a video. I just watch video today and how. You're not supposed to do that. Of course video the training circumcision. You can't ask its don't ask. Don't tell around kristen crawlers coming on and talking about the That'd be my secret about the unemployment department and the audit could be thirty billion dollars. Short that'd be fine. And then i kept in burns coming on and talking about lapd is teaming up with the fire. Department shares toronto a big fundraiser and then matt money smith the voice of the chargers come on and talk about the The super bowl right all right o'clock plus gina grads here today grad night so holiday jean. Please dig dug. Let's go door okay. Debra mark has news kfi koa hd. Two los angeles orange county blah blah blah blah..
"south weaver" Discussed on The 2 Robbies
"Playing out a pounce on him and make brilliant for players and we know that if they went out three winners and as expected spurs were strong defensively rob even when liens they still going to always come and attack spurs really strong ready for what needs gave him So really good for supposed to get by contract. I think there's a little bit of talk this the nature. The season is natwest but a run. Wake site about your club spurs. The first ones like i can win the league you know and now they talk at the same thing i needed. It really good win For spurs i just with the lead singer robin on that. I tweeted out a new set of the unknown until filed. The papers talks about. You know the this okay. I read in the uk media. It's really iding opinion. They'll bit read. It talked about it a law. Is this okay. The marcelo bielsa did say you. Don't care find the founding four. You know you stop by the no you saw talks about. They should they should tweak it maybe change a little bit. What do you mean you know how they might change things going full screen. Chesty money as divisive. Nfl listen leauge if komo. Let's get some things out late. Tim's of leading salt the season. I was one of those in south. Weaver primarily lease in. It is the best league seeing how they've played their their most watch team. What what what. What will say is you all. But in the football development to the plaza love the Who all these. Goals scored goals against noah I was going people said you know. What do i won't not i wanna change but want to tweak and why i say that is because Most alabi also. It also is a master coach. I mean you see in the in the team. In the way they play but must coach shouldn't just be master coach about one end of the pitch. It must should be able to also address the intervention institute the school of theology three conceded fifty three goals on the westbound They've scored she goes only talk three or four of got more arkan's liverpool less money now. It's in chelsea school. Also this chamber can win games and this is a team in this initially grow. If they were better defensively they could talk six and could be taught sixteen now. I know that people will say the else's way that's why they're not enough and i'm saying that's capable as might be. It might not walk on the leads funds. Some people saying. I want to hear. But i'm going to say publising thing. If this was only going to social. I don't think which solely tilles ways gonna take. We'd say are inexperienced. Still defense out. Why why would be also do. We are not allowed to say Con- he just adapted little bit so it would not have open couple of things. first thing i'll say is In this particular game three of that experience a major center of accident with the match so the defensively weakened illuminating is my place in different spot yet. A book kalk unlim- lame coupo-. The main centre backs were out is not going to be easy for any side and then. So that's that's probably the main warrant big impact on this game. Then don't go into your point and okay. So what sort of tweaks for me. He got to where they are right now. Role entertaining amazing statement football. I'm thrilled torch. Every single game competitive with most sides and control against anybody didn't obviously has game and it's got them to twenty three points after seventeen matches with us. I am the way that he plays. If you get your tweets in a minute you'll tweaks if you start changing bits of mentality. Bits of tactical structure. Oh you know what you don't go forward so much and actually we're not gonna go to mom we're going to go zonal and we're going to sit behind the ball gonna play counterattack. I think if you stops it to make little tweaks that that it does change a lot of things and everything changes. They turn into a team like everybody else. One thing robert. We've all enjoyed is that we have never seen a team. Never go from the championship playing this way with plans. The no there's no proven permanent place within the more very few. If any and yet they are doing this this lipin end-to-end gung-ho throw people forward and his scotland to the most important thing it's gotten to i mean they were they thought nine points even more than that way from the relegation zone seven wins tons. Goes you you tell me what what they should do. This going to not inhibit walk this manager. Mothers team brings to the league. Well i hear and let me you finish point. Which valid point that three Descended sweeping defenders team semi i response to that is molded lease in bringing in younger inexperienced players to either sometimes. Leave them one on one if after him on mojo. When i've got mine my opposition. I've got world class. Clinical counter chuckle writes in hurricane in unison. So sisters they've never just into their opponents. I'm not saying they haven't or you say no. Because they haven't they can't you the cook. The silopi elsie doesn't do that. he should never be. It's like okay chino's overly It's okay as long as he entertains the it doesn't have to saint wanting to change. I don't think you have. Stitching is not a one with the older. It can be a little bit of you. Don't have to change the whole mentality to get more. I i really don't like is when when lead leads moves and got more praising. The team can win and i don't think that's quite right in english football. I think the most if most of the gals who is a master tactician china china say about the also looking. You'll lease team and see how you'd break him down.
"south weaver" Discussed on X96
"Power. And then there's some power lines down. If you do you have that. Ah, yeah, I can give that to you lines down soft down us 89 at South Weaver Dr. The South bound lanes from South Weaver Drive to Park Lane. There are power lines down there. And as you might expect with all these power outages, we have a lot of signal problems there. Several here I'm seeing on the U dot websites or just know that when you Encounter those treat them as a four way stop. There are branches down power lines down, All right, overturned semis. They're returned Semis. Let's go to Sandy really quick and then we'll get to the news. Hi, Sandy. Sandy. Hi. Hello. I just thought I'd let you guys know that on my way to work as I was driving out of my neighbourhood, there was a trampoline in the middle of the road. But I had to drive around. How time do we have to tell you to secure your trampoline? People? People? She's where Where are you located? Sandy? What part of the Valley Inn North Lake, your Salt lake, So it's bad up there. Yeah, Yeah. Eso, Be careful of u already made it to work work. Okay, good. Thanks for meeting with us. That's three semi trucks or tipped over south bound on I 15 This is in box elder County and Highway 89 is just a mess. Don't Don't even try. They're like the mountain road along up above Layton and that top part that's Yeah. Windy and cold and research park. Reining in Provo doesn't seem well Yeah, because you're out of it down there in Provo..
"south weaver" Discussed on X96
"Pretty pretty rowdy. They checking some stuff from the National Weather Service. Somebody had reported sustained gusts of 70 miles an hour and I don't recall that was where exactly along the day was county area that wass but It's pretty pretty noisy stuff are you sustained and he's sustaining any damage at your house, you know? We've had the power flickering, often on online on my paper has lost a section of his back fence. My fence is still there mostly. Yeah, it's still there. We did have so out on the front lawn on the front sidewalk. We have my my father. My brother in law and father want these? It's ahh train like these little planters. But it's like a locomotive and a caboose on way. Apparently, the wind has caused a massive derailment. The whole train planners just scattered all over the lawn. But did you secure your trampoline? I want to make sure you secure your trampoline. The neighbour. I don't have one. My neighbors did. So there were good they did. They did have one and I know they do it. Well, I mean, I haven't started tying it down last night, but I can't open it still there. Hey, I haven't acquired it yet, And that's the way the wind is blowing. So it would be in my backyard if that were the case, but it's just noisy and loud and messy, and there's tree limbs everywhere. That's kind of exciting. I'm hoping that my my earthquake weekend house, Khun Sustained the hurricane, You know? No, me too. Well, just hunker down, Todd and we'll talk to you for Tuesday Tunes with pod coming up, okay? All right, Take it easy. All right, See you. Yeah, I guess my wife is out there trying to collect what Camping here she can in the dark and yet Ah, there are like 40,000 people without power. And then there's some power lines down. If you do you have that. Ah, yeah, I can give that to you lines down soft down us 89 at South Weaver Dr. The South bound lanes from South Weaver Drive to Park Lane. There are power lines down there. And as you might expect with.
"south weaver" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"He pissed off Sandy Cay because he didn't get the Terry the football. US running. It was a Salami but I'll tell you the following weekend I think. He drove to channel eleven joined by South Weaver, and now the channel eleven take car the reliant automobile. Mountain. That can. We drove to London together, but you nailed it. as a as you, didn't you know? When I, when I left the game of the week to to join all star, you took over. Remember you hosting our basketball and Just what a great job you did, and just the passion that we all bring a Canadian University sports I I absolutely love those days and to this day I'm still running into. People the played back in the eighties They've got their kids with them, and there was a quarterback for the Western mustangs I'm going to try to remember his name. He's third string pedagogue Brampton Turner, and he had twelve year old son with him, and he said Paul I want you to tell my son how and Athlete I. Never. He never saw the light late day. You know he was playing I'd probably behind John Leclair few others. Good enough athlete to make the Western mustangs. Thing that a lot of people notice about you. Honey and I certainly do and have felt this way for a longtime is how comfortable you seem on television like whether you're doing an interview whether you're doing a breathless sort of talk to to camera when People Watch you on television. It feels like they're in good hands because you know what you're doing, and you deliver really well. When did you start to feel comfortable in front of the camera? Oh Jeff Man. Oh man shots a nice compliment i. It took a while, but I remember doing our opens for Tsn for Sports Net TV but more so the other networks and mark asking our producer behind this before studio shows, we had to set up the game. Those opens were three and a half to four minutes long, and I needed a set of Jacques Cousteau Scuba tanks together by eight seconds. Any reports boom boom, and you know I remember you know we deal. Rehearse own. I kicked around like a fee for soccer match. And then we get ready another ten minutes, and it's a one minute to live thirty to live and I always tell myself take a deep breath, just take a deep breath, and in having the comfort of mark in my ears to talk me through one stay until the next segment till the next segment, but I'll be honest. My heart was at the top of my throat, and and it's just I guess it's just repetition, it's. It's just training because I remember when I got the job full time in the nineteen ninety eight, Ron Harrison senior called in, and I gladly accepted I told my wife. I've still got this job by December by Christmas I'm going to feel very lucky so confident. It's not always there, but you gotTa push through that no matter what and take advantage of the opportunities. So you know, thank you for that Nice Nice compliment but it. It took a while on the last few years. Especially doing the we do at least TV and a Lotta storytelling. Was Fun and a lot easier than it was when we were hosting for for the big broadcast networks, and and gain day a couldn't wait to get that open with and hopefully opened and done successfully Then the rest was interviewing players and whatnot night to me was the true comfort zone being able to talk with somebody because the people aspect of the business I think is the best and we all can acknowledge that. You know I think that Paul. When I think of your greatest strength, and this is I think I think it's very relevant now. In The Times were in is consistency. Journalism Students are broadcasting students. They'll ask me like what's the hardest thing about the job. And I say there's some that are tougher than others, but I say one of the most underrated difficult things is bringing. Bringing your best every day. Because you know as you mentioned, you talked about that text, you got from Alicia. There's always going to be things that happen that you don't control whether it's to your family. Other loved ones just things around the teen that you can't prepare for, and I've always felt Paul that. Your greatest strength was every day. You showed up in a good mood. Whether or not you felt it. You carry yourself like you're in a good mood like I have to tell you. I hate people like that like there's days were on like I'm like I'm pissed off today, and I don't WanNa see Happy People. I don't want cheery people around me like get lost a mad, and you're one of those people always look at and laugh. I would always say. How is this guy always in a good mood and I think that's especially now Paul. I think that's such an underrated skill like I'm getting through the day, and I'm going to do it as happily as possible. What advice would you give people about how to do it? Well enjoy what you do for a for a living, and as both of you guys know there's no such thing as a bad day. When you got an opportunity to do what we do in a specially cover the national hockey league. Now let me let me fire a feather in your cap, Elliott and I remember we're with the leafs around Christmas time in south Florida and right out of the blue. It's a phone call from you just to say hey, how are you just you're going through your list of just people calling and it was just. So you know I'll fire everything you've just said right back at you. Just as well always is no way when you come down to the rinker. We stuck in front of a camera behind the microphone that we're not happy doing what we're doing on watching you Elliott at work on a game day coming in and sitting down with various players and just getting a chance to go one on one, I think the best advises. Do what you've gotta do for a living and make sure you enjoy it because the rest will come easy. The the other part is when the Anderson prominent worker over tsn in terms of facilitating facilities and employs and I, did a career day. Many years ago at holy name of Mary all Girls High School Mississauga. She'd come up to me afterwards. I didn't remember this, and I remember she saying to me as she recounted. How come you're so nice and I said because maybe one day I might have to work for you and than. I did. Leave Stevie so it never hurts to be nice anyone. It doesn't cost you a damn thing but you know to get to do what we do. You know to hang out and meet people and I got a phone call a text from Daryl settlers that meant so much call from tie Domi Nice. Steve, Briere the goaltending coach who took time out of his day. You know and you said I'll never forget in that crowded elevator I'm wearing this pink fuchsia shirt. It's me asking him how he's enjoying his job in mid management at Baskin, Robbins. And, what was it? It's nice to be remembered. That kind of funding sarcasm in an obviously with no malice, intended by. I guess it's has been able to do what you got to do for a living in and just having, it's not hard to be nice. Let let me see if I can take that one step further here, I'm curious about perspective from when you started to where you're at now. Yates in one of his famous quotes. One of his poems talked about how talent sees difference, but geniuses unity the one thing that I've noticed about myself Paul as I've gotten older in this business. I just got an older in general. Is I'm I'm not as much interested in how things are different anymore. As much as I am interested in how things are similar to one another. How have you changed wing back to when you first broke into the business to the day that you find yourself here, slumming it on this nickel and dime podcast to me Elliott. Technically Jeff when I started Emma Sue. In August of seventy nine and we were on film we went to A. Three quarter inch, three quarter inch, debate a town, and then on and on and on and here we are so technically and smoking in newsrooms in typewriters ponding.
"south weaver" Discussed on X96
"Eastern time on Friday on the food network's Facebook page so it's not on the air it's on there live stream on their Facebook page and Billy I wish had to get a restraining order against an overbearing fan who keep showing up at our home he's been there seven times and once tried using the door handle to enter the home Presnel Russo is now required to cease contact with anyone in her family and Billy I wish his family in St two hundred yards away he was forced to take a bus back to New York where he lives but Billie Eilish is reportedly fearful that he will be eventually returning the first timer so visited Irish's homes last Monday when he rang the doorbell asking I think I might have the wrong house but just barely I wish to live here her father responded to the question through the ring camera saying you've got the wrong house I wish said Russo returned to the home at nine PM that same day displaying erratic behavior she said that they were waiting for security to arrive he sat down on their front porches started to read a book while continuing to gauge and a periodic monologue security was finally able to move in from the premises but he kept coming back and coming back so hopefully the court order hills he's he's on a bus headed for New York by court order and hopefully that'll put an end to it that's scary yeah I you know that restaurant was a **** candidate yesterday in Canadian Castle Rock Colorado yes governor Jerod Paulus calling the restaurant an immediate health hazard suspended their license dole day after a video showing a packed dining room in defiance of public health rules during a press conference on Monday governor Paul said that he was extremely disappointed to see the video of the restaurant breaking the law on Sunday we all have laws that we agree with in laws we disagree with but it's our responsibility as Coloradans are and as Americans to follow the law Paulus said so the status will be walking a tight rope between protecting people's health and limiting the spread of covert nineteen and trying to grow the economy and trying not to you know trample on everybody's rights at the same time and it's hard to do the so doctor felt she Deborah Dr Burks and red red field that's his name I think the CDC guy I think they are all testifying in front of a congressional committee today they're a testifying of virtually so be interesting to hear I think it's always interesting to hear what they had to say but it'll be interesting to hear how their question well so they they said no to having them testify in front of the house because because that becomes the Democrats about that okay in the Senate because them's the Republicans so for him have more control their him yeah they will ask very specifically worded questions I guess ma'am and right and probably try to steer the you're the testimony toward true doctor felt she then whatever strong narrative is yeah that's what they'll try to do so I'm sure it's going to be free I'm sure it's going to be productive as hell yeah a new guidance released to trump administration employees will require them to wear masks when inside the west wing according to an internal memo but the one person who won't have to wear the mask is Donald Trump the new rules are not expected to apply to president trump and vice president pence who for weeks have downplayed the need to wear masks an attitude that is trickled down to staff members the policy was first reported by The Washington Post and end and and Donald trump and Mike pence are the poster boys for those people who say I don't have to wear a mask why are you wearing because it's because it's my right not to it it it has no logical sense no handle it but today it was just leaks that pence is now going to be staying away from trump for a quite a while now they're going to be like on opposite ends of the buildings in for quite a while did you see the video of one of pence's aides going up to around table where pence was having a meeting with some business owners and they all had masks on and the aid came around and you can see her motioning for them to take the masks office so he can come meet with them now one additional death due to covert nineteen occurred in Utah since Sunday that brings the total number in the state to sixty eight according to updated statistics released by the Utah department of health there been a hundred eleven new confirmed cases the total number of cases in Utah now six thousand three hundred sixty two we should you should probably say the total number of cases that we know that we know of exactly that's a growth rate of just one point eight percent from Sunday five new hospitalizations in Utah and the state epidemiologist Angela Dunn said the numbers are holding steady ten days in the governor's governor Herbert's switching the state from red or high risk to warrant or moderate risk on may first we've been in orange for just over ten days now and we've maintained a plateau in our cases we continue to have ample Haas hospital compact hospital capacity and was having trouble with the word hospital there and Chris Pratt hospital what is that word hospitality I think I'm having a stroke that's what it the signs yes it is it you can't pronounce or hospital no a stroke yeah what's one of the signs of having a stroke that you can't pronounce the word hospital no no since the strokes are a a by product of Kobe because there's clotting issues I'm not saying okay doctor done credited Utahns state she said Utahns are taking public health recommendations seriously on the whole including social distancing teleworking when possible wearing masks in crowded places washing hands regularly and staying home if not feeling well and that's making a big difference you lawn mosque have a big fight with California the state of California said are we don't want you opening your test will plant there's there's been there's too much of a risk of infections there there been problems you lawn mosque escalated those stand off with county officials in California as he announced that he would be restarting production today against the county's rules he's in Alameda county the decision follows the executives sharp Twitter outbursts in recent weeks objecting to state lockdown orders meant to stem the spread of the novel coronavirus in a tweet on Monday mark musk said he would be at the factory on the line with everybody else and if anybody is arrested let it be only me he said musk has argued that restrictions closing nonessential businesses put in place by Alameda county where the Fremont Tesla factories based are overly aggressive and unconstitutional on Saturday the company filed a federal lawsuit against the county musk has also threatened to relocate that Tesla's headquarters out of California all together and suggested that he might be a move manufacturing from California and I would like to know if he threatened his employees that they have to come back to work whether they want to or not no that wouldn't be surprised and if if that was the deal and some of them get sick I think he's criminally liable for that trying to see if it says anything why aren't you going in the water yeah it's that small mayor I put some sun lotion on I was trying to no one's getting in the water go ahead get in the water yeah it doesn't say anything in this article about what the employees are well any other entry points out he's blocked them from unionizing so I'm sure that you know it wouldn't be beyond him to say show up or lose your job well then if you're asking people to do something that could be detrimental to their health insisting they do it at they get fired I think I think that's criminal the employees a musk told the customer started making cars over the weekend and told all the employees that it placed on furlough to get ready to go back to work those employees have been told they can stay home if they feel uncomfortable no okay but have to take unpaid leave in order to do so Tesla cashed out many employees paid leave after extending furlough last month other automakers like Ford and General Motors are scheduled to get there manufacturing a back up and running later this month some of some of those wanted opened earlier but faced resistance from the United auto workers union so he said you'd stay home if you don't feel comfortable but you don't get unemployment you don't get any unemployment though so there you are he's not yeah weather traffic well in the end this a two alarm fires affecting a four story apartment building lots of people have evacuated the building and many fire trucks are on the scene and no reports of injuries so far he's a smoke detectors were working and everybody got out this is one twenty south thirty east so yeah that's right by ITV's loose teeth there an apartment building so so that'll be affecting traffic through that area would avoid third south through that area because they see three or four different fire trucks there blocking the road crash eastbound I. eighty four this is in South weaver at milepost eighty five you see if there's anything else you need to know about I don't see anything I'll check our message dream quickly well looks like that's it but if you see something you want to share if you text it to us I will pass it along three three nine eight six Scott hills offering a thirty nine dollar AC tune up with a free lead check call Scott hill eight one two six four hail own whether slightly cooler than yesterday but it is a little windy Kerry I don't know if you're gonna get the leaf blower out again today I can't say it doesn't look like it's blown too much right now no seventy five for a high right his **** candidate number three yes send it back to the summer of sixty nine Bryan Adams has been branded racist over a shocking social media post which blames the ongoing corona virus pandemic on the Chinese people and the country of China he came under fire for the post blamed on our shared on Instagram and Twitter in which he blamed the pandemic on bat eating **** he wrote tonight was supposed to be the beginning of a tendency of gigs at the Royal Albert Hall but thanks to some F. ing bad eating wet market animal selling virus making greedy **** the whole world is now on hold not to mention the thousands that have suffered or died from this virus to all the people missing our shows I wish I could be there more than you know it's been great hanging out in isolation with my wife and my family but those effing bat eating **** will move on they're the ones responsible for this my message to them other than thanks I F. ing want the is go vegan he said have yeah Bryan Adams yeah yeah there is send him back to the summer of sixty nine earlier claiming that number three all right let's review the first two and vote number one how much is an inordinate amount of feces and urine any yeah probably I would say about the the parks department people in New Jersey they're saying they haven't they didn't open the bathrooms they open up the parks but they didn't open the bathrooms so people are just taken craps on the ground you know just leaving it there and poor peeing in bottles and leaving it there motor.
"south weaver" Discussed on The Takeaway
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"There were still a report that an uber or lift driver had taken her in the shoulder for ten thousand dollars well what all of this is kind of. made up the you over driver in the little girl's father had a relationship and. they were arguing in. the they're the did they told detectives that the child was sold for somebody to somebody for ten thousand dollars but. but knowing that didn't happen she's and they're they're they're still investigating all the details of how this this came about why she ended up dead. but there's of course no good reason no for that. hundreds of people who live near a planned high density housing project near highway eighty nine staged a park in Tuesday afternoon calling attention to what they believe will be a never ending traffic jam when the project gets built this is our south weaver this is our city. you went checkering Johnson one of the organizers of the stop seventy four event the small communities are aware that this can happen we had no idea that a commercial and residential unit could even go on a small lot like this. the development named the lofts at deer run part sounds nice will include a few three story buildings with commercial space on the first floors and condos on the upper floors. they will be built on a three acre plot that is bordered by highway eighty nine to the east and residential neighborhoods around the rest of it those neighborhoods are primarily single family in duplex homes on larger walks this is predominantly a quiet bedroom community so they're quiet in their bedrooms self weaver said Johnson adding that the residents of the area value self weaver's slower rural feel it's a refuge she said from the larger busier suburban cities nearby now it's in south we were it's it's so it's west of highway eighty nine minutes down there on the river the weaver river bottoms okay and it's got in there and it is it's kind of if you go over there you go home there's a whole little well I'm not losing community here but not just that I don't. there there's a whole new business area there yeah charter caning and Starbucks there which looks really out of place just stuck there doesn't it right well I'm just saying all of that's developed that whole I'm saying this isn't the only thing there's a whole bunch of development that looks like it's well there's I think that development is there because they know that they'll be a lot of people the the the high density and I don't like I kind of don't blame the residents of south weaver of saying this is really just going to screw up are the feel for you all of our community and it is I think the Intel you drive down in there you don't realize what it's like it is very kind of almost like being in another world and it really will change it. let's see I think this I've thought of nominating this for a **** Canada everybody wants the day of their wedding to be perfect flawlessly arrange flowers and have all everything going smoothly the goal is to keep everything according to plan..
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"I follow him on Instagram 'cause they post their taco of the bay. That's what I'm saying. So you just look they've been posted yet. But I always like to check and see if they haven't the fried chicken and watermelon taco, always good ideas in the chat room. And she says don't be nervous ladies who lunch. Yeah. Actually, I think it's going to be an intervention. What we love you. And that's why do I need an intervention. Brad says that shirt needs a light undershirt is what you need to remedy that. The button placements are bad. Maybe I'll have to go maybe a have to run the target and by Richie suggesting garments le-let doesn't know. Does he have extra garb? I can't. But that would be like you. No, no. I should I ask do I offer to pay. I should offer to pay. Right. I don't know. No. Because if your friends, and you're going out as friends you all pay for yourself. That's. This is. So everybody putting their credit card on the way, you do it or just say divided evenly among all of them. Well now because cat instigated this. She did she shouldn't she pay. I don't know what the rules are your pay for yourself. Ladies who lunch kind of thing is like you pay this month. And then because this is a monthly thing is that what was the other question? Yeah. I don't know if it's going to be. I it depends on how today by the way the best way to do the paying for things just to save your servers a headache. One of you offer to put it on your card, and then everybody else then MO or give cash to the person that did it. So you don't have to could you divide this Bill six ways, but whoever so if I put it on my card, some some somebody's gonna short now ivy's insisting that she pay for her own lunch. Why? Just your friends. He's an independent woman. Noisy. You wouldn't turn. From what I know of these women that you're lunching with. They all are very independently are probably insist on paying for their own launch. Allegra. Oh, that's probably not a good down. Maybe even be insulted. If you pay for their lunch. That's a good point. That's true. Now, what about what about drinking could shoot? I think they're going to insist. It's a social thing. You can have a drink. Maybe I should maybe I should lift or at least an Margarita because that they do those. Well, yeah. One one at least one at least just one. I'm kinda wishing I was going with you. Well, lady. No, I'm too late. I was not a kid invite myself. He would he would not be he would act differently. That's true. I don't want to ruin your life. You were there were there. You would be different. Exactly, this is this is your thing. Bill. Well. Well. She's gonna pre game. So. I think what it would be interesting. If people don't tell me, you're coming and sit at different tables and watch and see what happened. What time are you going? It's noon, noon Acharya twenty-seven downtown on second south. I am. I am sort of nervous. That's ridiculous. Oh, I forget Bill doesn't have friends. That's right. He doesn't. I'm going to be awkward. All right. Not so bad this morning, so far just a couple of accidents on I eighty four actually one westbound at nineteenth south and south Weaver and one eastbound at just before mountain green. If you see something you can text it to us if it's safe to do so three three nine eight six, and if you're in an accident the first thing you should do is contact the advocates. Remember, they don't get.
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"At present director Sondra Locke. Oh, Clint Eastwood's who was nominated for an Academy Award for her. First film first film role in the nineteen sixty eight movie heart is a lonely hunter there. She is ex- ninety six dot com slash live. She went on to co star in six films with Clint Eastwood she has died. She died November third. We're just hearing about it at her Los Angeles home of cardiac arrest stemming from breast and bone cancer who poured into a death certificate obtained by the Associated Press. She was seventy four authorities were promptly notified at the time. But her death was not publicized until radar online. I reported yesterday. It's not clear why it took nearly six weeks to come to light. She was pretty much a recluse. And I think she'd had some mental health problems. She she grew up in Tennessee where she worked at a radio station and appeared in a handful of plays before winning a nationwide talent search in nineteen sixty seven to be cast opposite. Leading man, Alan Arkin in the movie adaptation of Carson mccullers nineteen forty novel. The heart is a lonely hunter, it's a it's a really touching movie. If you ever get a chance to see it. She would win raves for the role along with nominations for a Golden Globe and an Oscar, but that you're both of those the Golden Globe. And the Oscar went to Ruth Gordon for her role in Rosemary's, baby. Which was a very a very flashy and very good role. Gordon was great. She had none. Run of unmemorable film and TV roles and then she met Clint Clint Eastwood on the set of the outlaw Josey Wales he directed that. And he starred in it, and then and then he and Sondra Locke were romantically involved. And for the next several years Clint Eastwood directed an starting a bunch of movies that she was his co star in and then they had a relationship. And and then all of a sudden, they didn't have a relationship. She said he one day, she came home. When Oliver stuff was on the sidewalk, I'm done with you. She sued him for palimony and fraud. And they there was I don't know that Lee Marvin was the first palimony law suit. But I think she did get a pretty good settlement. Because she said we had not only a relationship, but we had a movie deal. Oh, we had a big movie deal. And he said, no, we don't have it anymore and she sued him for fraud. And she got a pretty big settlement. Good for. She also directed a movie. After that called rat. Boy. Which I think she also starred in. I can't remember any just flopped horribly here, but it got huge reviews in Europe. And was very well. Thought of in Europe. That's all I remember about it. And I I don't I have never seen it. But it was kind of an odd very off the wall strange movie, and then she just kind of faded out of sight. And that was the last thing she ever really did did some TV stuff after that. Anyway, Sandra walk. She was seventy four. I think you know, there's a Utah zone post Malone. Yes. He's kind of that rap was kinda guy kind of an odd guy young guy. But you know, he seems people seem to like him. Yes. There's just one thing he won't wear you the crocs. We know that. Yes. Anywheres, you know onesies, but he won't wear fringe. Isn't that weird? No fringe for him. He has a no fringe fringe policy says the the woman who clothes him. He said I tried to get him to wear some fringe. And he says, wait a minute. There's someone that clothes him, Joey there's someone now he likes to design his own staff. And and, but there is there is a woman who presents him with a designer kind of. She's a Schieffer I who herself as a designer or a clothier, and she I present him with a bunch of outfits, and and he picks them so choice. No, fringe, she. I tried to get him into some fringe, casual we all have we all have our fringe and says, Nope. Nope. Can't those meatballs away from me? We'll have our things. That's me. That's me. That was me right there or French. Yeah. He's he's out of the way. I am with the meat balls used with the fringe, let's at least fifty bomb threats demanding bitcoin payments were made in businesses in cities across Utah and indeed across the whole country. I think wow. Thursday afternoon Park City, west valley, south Salt Lake south, Jordan, Murray, Draper, cash county, price Dixie state, university were among those confirmed to have received threats law enforcement agencies and dispatchers reported. There were reports from readers across the state that indicate that threats were more widespread. The park record news organization in Park City said several staff members received an Email bomb threat just before eleven AM and quickly called police. Police responded to investigate schools in the area were briefly placed on lockdown shortly afternoon Park City police determined the threat was a hoax employees returned to the building. The Email the park record received came from the Email address. Marcus at whiteboard. Guru dot com. According to the park record editor Bubba Brown. And then there were they demanded the transfer of twenty thousand dollars in bitcoin or the anonymous sender would detonate a bomb inside the building. The Email did not seem specific to the park record or Park City. However, like, the same message was sent to just everywhere. You know in across the country, a number of states across the United States received a similar bomb threats. According to NBC, our listener in Saint Louis says I covered two of those bomb threats in Saint Louis meal. She's a news photographer for a local TV. Yeah. There it all started with. Let's see this is this is a very bizarre story started with a posting on the anonymous social media app whisper need help nineteen f for female the message radical. According to court documents Salem police chief, Greg Smith at Salem, Utah. That's my hometown. Yeah. Saw the message and he responded and soon enough the apparent nineteen year old female wrote back kill my ex-fiancee. He's trying to get custody of our daughter. Oh, jeez. L officer Smith unravelled the case he learned that the poster was not a nineteen year old female, it was the ex boyfriend himself. And now that man has been charged in what court documents say was a suicide attempt. Officers miss all the post in October over the next few days. He and the man then posing as his ex girlfriend message back and forth. The poster claimed the murder was motivated by child custody dispute. The to ultimately agreed the job would be done for five thousand dollars to be paid. Once she collected life insurance from the death. The poster also offered up television XBox and PlayStation is compensation. Police contacted the man during the investigation saying that it appeared his ex girlfriend was trying to have him murdered. During interviews the man allegedly indicated the girlfriend's brother might also be involved in the plot. But he made it all up in doing surveillance for the case officer Smith noticed the man's ex was never on her phone when he would get messages. From the poster officer Smith later connected. The man's IP address with the original post figured out. It was actually him. And he said I was trying to I was trying to get you to kill me. Oh suicide by side by cop. Uncle Joe's in town yesterday. Yes. So Biden speaking to the university of Utah students the Steph, and Dr Paul were in attendance. And of course, everybody was hoping he might say something about running for president Donald early and he didn't the university of Glasgow. University of Glasgow. Scotland has done a study about lowering the legal blood alcohol. Limit for drivers in Scotland. And they had found that it has no impact on the number of road. Traffic accidents. I bring this up because. On midnight, December thirty first the blood alcohol. Limit here in Utah goes two point. Oh five. Yep. The research led by the university of Glasgow and published in Lancet evaluated. The impact of a change in legislation which incur occurred in Scotland in December of two thousand fourteen when the blood alcohol concentration limit for drivers was reduced to fifty GD L, whatever, you know. Yeah. It's about this about as low as what ours is the study was undertaken in collaboration with the national health of Scotland said it so they've studied it for a number of years now, it's had no impact on drunk driving statistics zero impact sports, weather traffic. When your fend for itself. Get it to Gerber Gerber collision and glass five area. Locations to serve you. Visit Gerber collision dot com. Get it to Gerber. Why I I watched football game last night between the chiefs and the chargers. Yes. So how's that that chiefs quarterback Mahomes is amazing? So did he do amazing things last night? I mean, he did they ended up losing. But he did amazing things. He does these things where you think for anybody else that play is over it's done. And he hangs in there and hangs in there and able to get the ball off and connected and the receiver catches it. He does amazing things you get the ball off. You're doing pretty well. Yeah. I mean when he's like being tackled and going down, and he can still get he's going out of bounds. He did it. But the chargers had a two point conversion just right at the end of the game. And it was enough to get them up by just one point one was a fake field goal attempt. Right. It was just think they they went. They went for David. After two point. And they ended up and they won. It was a it was a good game. The chiefs are still in the playoffs. It didn't affect that. And the jazz. We'll see they play tomorrow. They'll be in Orlando, and it's an early game three o'clock in the afternoon gets the magic. Whether it's forty degrees today, partly sunny, we still have a pretty good air. So that's good. But still limit your Aisling. An unnecessary driving. If you can k- crash westbound, I eighty four nineteenth south, this isn't south Weaver crash. Eastbound I eighty four mountain green. Those are the only accidents. I'm gonna check our message stream quickly and see if any of the program have let us know. I don't see anything there. But if you see something you wanna share it with everybody, and it's safe to do. So text it to us three three nine eight six. Thank you very much nervous. Why? Well, I'm a nice shirt today. And I was hoping maybe this would be cancelled what I'm going to going to lunch with some women today. Why are you hoping it would be came on? Because I don't know that's kind of nervous about it. Because I it it's not a job interview. What does this is just one woman? I'd be okay. But how many women are you? I'm not sure how many will be there at least three maybe more at least three are these women. You know? Yeah. So so so couple of weeks ago a cat Palmer. Artists photographer and so forth. Just chatting with her via text. And I said, well, we should you know. I haven't seen her for awhile. We should have one Sean time. And she said, okay. How about the fourteenth? Whoa, locate. Yeah. Okay. I'm yeah. Okay. The forty okay, we'll do it at twenty seven. And I said, okay. Okay. That'll be good at noon fourteen. And she said how about we invite a IB from boost ticket, and how about and all of a sudden it turned into this thing where I know it's going to be Ivy and demands a narrow sand a cat Palmer. And I and I and I think maybe some other women and I. But this isn't like, this is just a a social gathering. It's not a. Yeah. I guess. Yeah. It is. But I mean, it's just I don't know. How I now. I'm going to have to be entertaining. No. You don't. It's people Bill put on the night shirt. You mean a shirt with buttons? Yeah. Okay. I mean, a nicer shirt that day. No. But I know what you're acting like it's a day. Sedate? I just think I'm going to have to be real should he button, my shirt up more than this? I can't see. Because that's a little low. Yeah. I don't like the placement of those buttons on that. Because because without it. It's too low and with that it's a little high. You know, I don't I don't like the button placement. It's too high that way women are going to talk about it. Did you see the button placement on Bill shirt? Now, are you are you paying for? Talk a twenty-seven downtown what you should do. This is what I do with noon Takuya twenty-seven..