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Oosthuizen, Spieth Lead Way as Normalcy Returns to Open

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Oosthuizen, Spieth Lead Way as Normalcy Returns to Open

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"st george" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

04:31 min | 3 months ago

"st george" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

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"st george" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

07:36 min | 3 months ago

"st george" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

"Jed and more gentle less rigorous dances and. I'm going to call it talk. Talk because i want to reintroduce ladies and mantlepieces i want to reintroduce the shirt being tucked into the trousers. I i want to stop this fashion of the shirt being untapped. Stop this ailment of the untuckit. I know there's a whole company out there. That does tuck tuck shirt and man tight belt. Stop it popping out. You don't want to shirk coming untucked. Tuck it in so on. My new channel will be every dance. We'll have a shirt tucked in to the trouser and it's going to be an channel is going to be called tuck. I mean you can't go flailing around with handkerchiefs. With a shirt untucked. After ingesting a spotted. Dick i mean all sorts of issues and troubles could occur. Georgia's day isn't just an england. It's all over the world. Some people in england celebrates george's day but also around the ever. Well they event as well as being the patron saint of england. Saint george's day is also held in canada croatia portugal. Cyprus greece georgia. Serbia bulgaria remain in. Bosnia has avena and the republic of macedonia in england future. Dacians remain regarding georgia's day. I mean people were a red rose in the buttonhole. I mean i. I wanna hoodie. May go down the houdini a road with a red rose on the. I think that'd be absolute fantastic. So in valencia. In spain's george is the patron saint in several cities. In spain including valencia and cancerous in the latter the parade is held with actors playing morrish christian soldiers. The also reenact the story of how joyously dragon in valencia. Thanksgiving celebration is held with huge prayed with people. Dressed in medieval costumes. Also forming the armies of christians and moors actors to pick the siege where the city of cloy became christian while not celebrate it on the twenty third of april. Bulgaria is possibly most notable celebrators in george's day on the sixth of may people had to eat a whole lamb in order to honor george and who is also patron. Saint of sheffield's people who believe george helps cross to grow and some parts of the country. people around in the morning june naked so they roll around in the morning. You naked navy ever grocer rotation maybe slightly responsible and a little bit itchy. I mean when you're celebrating joy you don't want to be carrying around -pointment to rub everywhere so you don't. You don't do bolger places. You shouldn't be bulging. Because you're logic and one wells during george's day celebration and i don't know if the nasal spray would help you you know if you rolling around in joey gross naked somewhat problematical and. It's not very attractive as well. If you don't get him read on one side of your body or a red sort of wealthy buttock is not not not not typical for a celebration. Him in serbia. Also known as evidence georgia's dane serb. The most common slava and orthodox church tradition at the glorification of the family's patron saint people marked the day by taking morning picnics. Play music and dancing. Nonsense ravi lovely in catalonia. Spain la diatta and giada. Also georgia's day in. Catalonia is also known as a day of the rose. It's a holiday similar to valentine's day in which couples and admire with exchange gifts traditionally men and women Give roses and women. Give men books more. Recently exchange books has become more common. I mean you couldn't second valentine's day on day so you have one in february. And then when i guess in april seems very expensive and calls a fights and you also have to think about another present. You have to go down to the local garage and pick up another discounted election roses to give your loved one on saint george's day. Yeah that's probably not going to work in any in any sense of the word but maybe a book book would be robin ice gift. But you know. Some of this george's day celebrations do have religious connotations. And as i said we have george special. And what better. If you're listening on these spotify musical edition then a george harrison sweet lord so my lovely mother had a heck up today and boy. Was she ready to have. A hacker is getting very frustrated and try all sorts of ties alice bonds. I mean probably worn analysis. Bam the maybe sixty seventy years. they'll is mummy. Seventeen seventy at you to set a savarese backtrack anyway. So she had ahead cut today. And i haven't talked to her about the whole situation yet but i believe fraud text. Message is a lot lighter. But something she's doing. I mean she. Living in the lovely town of norfolk You know there's a lot of art design arts and crafts and she's actually making during these lockdowns pillows out of lockdown molitor. The has to be from a greasy mullet. so get getting bikers. you're getting you know former musicians trimming them mallet and sending you know vacuum packed an ice packed mallet hair to my mother. And she's making pillows out of it. You know people is perfect. Mullet pillow for christmas is probably the gift of twenty twenty. One is a gift that keeps on giving it slightly waterproof as well because the mullet hair is also keeps the water out so if it seeps through the top level of pillow the actual pillow piece is going to be waterproof onto that because of the greasy mullet so if you know any bike is a new is if you nonni former like headline members with those greasy mullets any former members of kiss or or any of those other bans. Then then you know. I think i think she's selling them selling them on ebay These mullet pillows and is absolutely fantastic. It's stuffed multitude of goodness and lucky. If you if you if you rub them in the right way the multitude pillow will bring you lock so anybody with mallets that have trimmed them and wants to send until they mother have to vacuum pack them up and send them over to senior chappie towers in norfolk. It all reach them. Don't worry and and You know she'll be getting lots of mallets through the post that she could make into these lovely pillars and lovely gift ideas. Christmas birthdays and as i completely waterproof. So if you wanna take them on the yacht or the boat this year it'll be. It'll be absolutely perfect for you know slipping and sliding because it's waterproof. It'll be a fantastic opportunity for gift for any loved one. I think the perfect price of one of these mullet pillows would be Probably an even Haircut.

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"st george" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

06:20 min | 3 months ago

"st george" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

"Hello there is choppy. The british butler. How are you today. It's a lovely friday at saint george's day. Happy georgia's day and keep calm and cauliflower cheese episode eighty while not quite two fat ladies Maybe one fat lady and one lady without a neck. Oh maybe if you double ten who knows talk with double chins. Here's your host..

Funeral to praise Philip's 'courage' and support for queen

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Funeral to praise Philip's 'courage' and support for queen

"Prince Philip has been laid to rest following a minute silence in a procession flanked by senior members of the royal family could save the queen was played as the queen arrived in a statement key at the rear of the possession the coffin was draped in his personal standard and talked with the wreath of flowers in his naval captain sold and carried in a specially adapted Land Rover design but the G. can self as the company match from the state and transit Windsor Castle those taking part in the ceremonial procession for his funeral took place is the eight chapel senior military commanders lined up in front of the vehicle with members of the royal family following behind the dukes coffin was slowly carried up the steps outside of St George's chapel before a minute of silence was observed by wound Karen Thomas London

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Royal Family Say Farewell to Prince Philip at Windsor Castle Funeral

Ken Broo

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Royal Family Say Farewell to Prince Philip at Windsor Castle Funeral

"Philip's funeral taking place today at ST George's Chapel this morning on the grounds of Windsor Castle, The Duke of Edinburgh, died on April 9th at the age of 99. He planned the service himself. NBC's Julia McFarland is at Windsor, a moving samba slow procession of the royal family behind Phillips Coffin led by Prince Charles and Princess and the eldest Children, followed by Prince Edward and Prince Andrew. In the third row, Princes William And Harry poignantly reflecting that moment 24 years ago where Prince Philip joined those young boys at the time as they walked behind the coffin of them, Mother, Princess Diana. Today they walked behind his Of course, the royal family split up after the end of the service Queen Elizabeth off on her own in her Bentley back to her home and the Children then all walking back to Windsor Castle

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Prince Philip's Coffin Is Lowered Into the Royal Vault

American Medicine Today

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

Prince Philip's Coffin Is Lowered Into the Royal Vault

"Bands and a royal procession. Britain's Prince Philip, who died earlier this month, was laid to rest at Windsor Castle, his coffin lowered into the royal vault. Prince Philip's coffin was delivered to church on an unusual hearse, especially modified Land Rover designed by the prince himself. His four Children walked behind the hearse, along with Princes William and Harry, the queen traveled by car. The funeral service reflected Phillips military connections, while the dean of Windsor leading the ceremony said Britain had bean enriched by Phillips, Courage, fortitude and face faxes. Simon Ellen as the family filed out of ST George's Chapel, Prince Harry was seen talking with his brother, Prince William. Relationship severely strained following Oprah Winfrey's bombshell interview with Harry and his wife, Meghan,

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List of mourners attending the funeral of Prince Philip

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

List of mourners attending the funeral of Prince Philip

"The list of Mona's attending the funeral of prince Philip this coming weekend is announced coronavirus restrictions only allow thirty to attend the funeral of prince Philip on Saturday at St George's chapel at Windsor Castle then include Philips within the queen and her four children add to the throne prince Charles his brothers prince Andrew and Prince Edward and his sister princess I'm also attending the funeral home with the queen's eight grandchildren including prince William and prince Harry the not hi res wife Meghan who is president and remains in California all her doctor's advice other senior Royals and three of Philip's German relatives have also been invited Charles Taylor this month London

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Only Family Will Be Attending the Funeral of Prince Philip

Jason and Alexis

01:21 min | 3 months ago

Only Family Will Be Attending the Funeral of Prince Philip

"Prince Philip's funeral. So it's gonna be a big deal tomorrow in the U. K and a royal spokesman says. We're dealing with a family family funeral, and at its heart. It's still a family event. So Prince Philip will be surrounded by his wife of 73 years, four Children, eight grandchildren and other close family members and friends at his funeral, and then he'll be laid to rest. It's ST George's Chapel in Windsor Castle on Saturday, surrounded on Lee by close family members and friends. They're keeping with the 30 person limit because of covert guidelines. And so Queen Elizabeth had to make some difficult decisions about who could be there. Um, the spokesman didn't say if Prince Philip was involved in choosing who he wanted at his funeral before his death, But I did hear that he, um At his coffin will be carried in a land rover that he designed. Yeah, yeah, particularly like an electric one, too. I think so. The real fancy and don saying isn't gonna be in a wool coffin. Really? Yeah, It's like 100 and $65 wool coffin. Wow, and we were confused. I talked about this the other day, and somebody tweeted me What that looks like, and it's beautiful. It's just more Earth friendly then would Yes, exactly. It breaks

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Funeral Plans for Prince Philip Are Announced

WBZ Morning News

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Funeral Plans for Prince Philip Are Announced

"Connecticut. A royal family feud will apparently extend into tomorrow's funeral for Prince Philip. They will both be there for their grandfather's funeral, but Prince William and Prince Harry will not be right next to each other. Buckingham Palace says the two brothers will both help escort the casket of Prince Philip into ST George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. But standing between them as they enter the church will be their cousin, Peter Phillips. The move minimizes the chance of any awkward moments between the brothers whose relationship has been

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Queen Returns to Royal Duties After Death of Prince Philip

C-SPAN Programming

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Queen Returns to Royal Duties After Death of Prince Philip

"And Queen Elizabeth, the second returning to her royal duties just four days after the death of her husband, Prince Philip. She had held it in person event. Just yesterday, the queen hosting a ceremony at Windsor Castle for William Peele, who retired after serving for 14 years as the Lord Chamberlain, the most senior aide in the royal household. The funeral for Prince Philip will take place Saturday at ST George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. It has been scaled down in accordance with the pandemic restrictions. The chapel, which can accommodate up to 800 guests, will have a

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As Britain mourns Prince Philip, palace announced private funeral for April 17

Planet Money

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

As Britain mourns Prince Philip, palace announced private funeral for April 17

"Britain. Officials at Buckingham Palace say the funeral for Prince Philip will be held one week from today. Vicki Barker reports from London 41 Gun Death salute sounded out across the UK and at sea honoring the queen's husband of 73 years, hundreds of Mourners have continued to ignore please from the family to stay away, leaving flowers outside royal resin. Senses, including Windsor Castle, where Prince Phillip died. The palace has confirmed the funeral will take place at ST George's Chapel inside Windsor Castle. Next Saturday. It will be televised, but Covad restrictions mean there will be no public procession and attendance will be limited to 30, mostly close family grandson, Prince Harry among them

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Prince Philip, Husband of Queen Elizabeth II, Is Dead at 99

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:03 min | 3 months ago

Prince Philip, Husband of Queen Elizabeth II, Is Dead at 99

"To the death of Britain's Prince Philip, who died just months away from his 1/100 birthday. CBS news correspondent Ian Lee has more from Windsor, England. It was the longest royal consort in British history and was that Elizabeth side for more than seven decades. Historians say the prince will be remembered for both his charm and at times controversial comments. It was will be the most good looking royal in history, but at the same time he had his opinions. He Knew what he was thinking. He was never easily swayed so she could depend on him in a way that no one else could. People are already laying flowers here at Windsor Castle. This is where Prince Philip spent much of the pandemic with the Queen. And officials say because of covert restrictions. Prince Willem of Prince Philip will not have a state funeral. Nor will he lie in state for the public to pay respects before his funeral at ST George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. Some troubling news this afternoon. As

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Former Dallas Maverick Shawn Bradley paralyzed after car hit his bike

WBAP Morning News

00:26 sec | 4 months ago

Former Dallas Maverick Shawn Bradley paralyzed after car hit his bike

"Bradley Bradley is is paralyzed paralyzed following following a bicycle accident in January, The former seven FT six Center was riding his bike in ST George, Utah, when he was struck from behind by a car Bradley has undergone and neck fusion surgery, and doctors have told them his road to recovery will be difficult, Doctor. Say Bradley has a traumatic spinal cord injury, and the Mavericks announced today that he had been hospitalized for the past eight weeks. Chad Dixon WBF P.

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"st george" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

02:31 min | 9 months ago

"st george" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"Historical decisions that have been made but the way that we as human beings stink. We often think in terms of hard line boundary. So it's like here. Let me draw lines on a map and say what's within here's protected but then your book is about the fact that migration is a function of survival for trees and so when we protect for example the giant sequoias and they're protected within the boundaries. What happens if and when the giant sequoias need to on the whole move and they end up moving outside of those boundaries. Yeah i mean. So it's it's it's it's two sides that are equally easy to Kind of perceive and one being the you know we needed to protect these species where they were that makes sense for sakarya. Something that can live three thousand years for that to become the living monument the living cathedral that they are You know it's necessary. We need to protect them where they exist. Because that's what we're that's what we wanted to to protect on the other hand is a species. You know sequoias migrated like every other species they migrated. They moved in response to changing conditions. and so at some point you know y- declined continues to change as we as we sort of imagined it will You know the place where they are currently is not going to be the best place. Sport giant sequoias You know so. I i mean i spoke with paleo-ecologists colleges named jaclyn gill the other day and She's she's studied this stuff a lot and thought about it a lot and she said you know pointed out the the the media sort of species migration like oh this crab is showing up in this new place or something you know. It's it's often presented as like either a curiosity or be a negative But she said to me. You know. I i would be worried if things weren't migrating And and so. I think the migration nothing sir and good but when when you then go back to something like the sequoias race like we really care about. The specific ecosystem has currently exists I think that's where it's really difficult to sort of.

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"st george" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

04:10 min | 9 months ago

"st george" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"As a descriptive or cat but categorization tool to help us make sense of this complicated question and so like you'll you'll hear words like well that's an invasive species which means that okay it wasn't quote naturally here or it didn't come here on its own like maybe human beings brought it here but it is thriving and it's thriving so much that is actually taking over the ecological niche of the native species which may be unfortunately. Don't have the evolutionary or like adaptive capacities and. That's a problem right like it really can't just be quote survival of the fittest 'cause then it's all just like jellyfish and weeds. Yeah i mean i it's Impossible to extract ourselves from the situation and like some of the examples they use. I talk about in in the book. With invasive species are species of insect and fungus that have killed off these really beloved American trees the american chestnut american elm and American ash species. And it's not killing. It hasn't none of these species have driven the trees extinct But they haven't made them kinda functionally extinct so they're not really there so rare so diminished that they're not really playing a role in the ecosystem So i mean i if you're measuring it by fiction then yeah and then there's not a big deal to have these new species come over and and kind of shake things up. Yeah he cares. Nothing went extinct You have actual greater bio-diversity 'cause now you're two species you didn't have but you know it's like well should i really liked. The american elms grew on my street. I really liked the appalachian forest of chestnut trees. You know so so. Yeah i think it's When we talk about moving things around really when we talk about almost anything we do In two or or by nature. I think i think it's hard to separate Human actions and preferences and desires..

"st george" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

03:54 min | 9 months ago

"st george" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"Nutritional content it just won't sprout or or at it'll do it at a lower density or lower number and that's that's the slow but steady shift. Yeah right and again you know. It's kind of hard to imagine the moment But if you think about like long term like you know imagining an itchy retreating across north america has at the end of the place to see You can kind of imagine. Trees like following collectively Some visually much easier to think about from a distance. But yeah i mean it's one by one is trees floating around. I mean i'm sorry it's a scenes floating around it's like maple helicopters and You know acorn scared by squirrels. There's there's so many different ways she but But you know in each of those new little seedlings can kind of be viewed as a piece of of a collective just part of the species and when he spoke somewhere new. It's changing the borders aware. That species exists and so this obviously isn't like completely random or like willy nilly. Climate change has unfortunately induced some pretty specific patterns and also just been sort of intervention beyond climate change. Like we know that climate change is anthropogenic. Right people are putting these Greenhouse gases into the atmosphere and that along with all sorts of other pressures is the climate but also warlike hacking down trees were like effingham habitat left and right and and you know depleting soil content or like mining for gold and like in a poisoning. Water supplies nearby. And so when all of these things happen. I'm guessing that these are also sort of new even though they're artificial artificial environmental pressures that these organisms are having to contend with. Yeah so if you look if you go back through you know the fossil record you can see these instances of climate change and you can see that they have really dramatic effect on Derangement of species and trees and forest You don't see a ton of extinction coming out of that That's for plants and and some of that you know probably have to do There's some theories about it but but a lot of it probably has to do with the fact that it's hard to kill plants in general. I mean if you've ever tried to your garden. It's pretty hard to get rid of like every bit of id out of your garden. Whatever but When you do see a lot of rearrangement and you do see a lot of like local extra patients there you see a lot of local extinction where species that used to be in one area is no longer there And so the complication were now dealing with is is as you say. Humans have Down i think a third of Or half the world's poorest scientists estimate over the kind of era of human agriculture. I mean if you google maps I was doing this recently. I i just moved out to baltimore Last year and was for some reason. I'm google maps and if he's out like the eastern united states is really less and green and beautiful but zoom in it is really crazy to just see how much as is like actually not continuous green..

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"st george" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

03:07 min | 9 months ago

"st george" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"It goes along help out. This week's top supporters include michael gauchet. Mary neva june sarah pus quality. Gelati rica hagman. Dudas us charles. Pay it brian. Holden pedro impresario barboza. Daniel lang david j e smith robert chris and charles blue hill. Maybe it's blell might be balil. Thank you guys so though very much all right this week. I have the opportunity to chat with his zach. Saint george he's a science reporter who specifically focuses on climate change and conservation and he has a new book that came out earlier. This year called the journeys of trees a story about forests people and the future so without any further.

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"st george" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

06:36 min | 11 months ago

"st george" Discussed on Pressure Points

"God. So the people who are impacted by these explosions, these tests are called winters there has been at the time that the bombs were going off It was in nineteen, sixty two, they stopped most above ground testing. There were over one hundred thousand people impacted interesting in across three states, but there's nothing to worry about yeah. Yeah. No big deal. It's just radiation grow. Yeah. It's fine. So these I was it was fantastic. Ten out of the underground bombing still happened in the area until nineteen ninety-two with crazy. I Really WanNa see what what an underground nuclear crater looks like. That's interesting. How deep is it to not just caving Nari I'm. Off. Topic. So they were still just nine this which I know I keep going over, but it's still blows my mind. The radiation was just not something taken this. Yeah. Radiological fallout nuclear fallout was just nothing to worry about especially considering they dropped the atom bomb they watch it just destroy this area make it completely like an inhabitable and the like this is fine. We'll do it outside Las Vegas. We'll just do it to the Mormons in. Utah a big deal as fine. There're. Still only lose one of their nine wives. It's not a yeah that's fine. Now let's see. So in nineteen ninety, basically the government denied this until the eighties when people started to then sue the government because they've been able to prove hey, this is where I grew up. These are the radiation levels and now I have cancer. I. Think this might be you guys God. So during the. Nineteen eighties. A bunch of people start suing for them in Nineteen Ninety the radiation. Compensation Act was passed finally all these people who've been suffering for four years can get some compensation from the government for being nuked in their homes. He says. It's about time for any person who can prove that they were living in the area during the time period of the bombs and they were diagnosed with cancer. That is you know related to a higher radiation levels would get fifty thousand dollars. Wow, which is not even enough chemo. Jesus and The children even if they're affected by the messed up genetics from you know radiation exposure or the grants grandchildren even if they have health effects related to it, don't get a dime. It's only the first generation people. And you know the government's really smart deny it until you can't anymore drag your feet for ten years and then put in some shitty compensation after most of the people are already dead because then you only have to worry about like a handful of people because everybody. Yeah. Everybody else already cancer. They're dead like how am I supposed to compensate them just buried their compensation six feet under yeah. It's. It's not like we're not gonNA give it to their children who had to witness their parents slow death in declined from cancer Oh gee that they didn't get bombed. Stop complaining about it yeah. Get over yourself. We won the Cold War God? Yeah. The and finding kind of closing thing here the radiation exposure screening and education program is like a a group of people who have clinics setup across the three states in the impacted regions. That's where we get a lot of this data from because they've been there like, okay this is a problem. Let's. Set it up. Let's create a centralized way to study. This is the only you know only place in the Western world that we know of that you can get this kind of data from and they they have a clinic in Saint George their clinic sees has been seeing on average one hundred and forty newly diagnosed patients a year for the past five years. Assistant God. It's not like there's a million people in this city like on Saint George isn't huge. It's very rural. Say and it's out there. It's all by itself to that's the thing. Yeah. Oh my God still still getting these a she'll running and all that. Lord. So Just to kind of continue on cancer Earlier I talked about whitewashing movies So the cancer that is Hollywood loves whitewashing films. Oh Yeah. One of the one of the ones that like a lot of people really noticed was the Great Wall which you would think like the Great Wall yet Great Wall China all that. Donaldson Chinese. People. starring. Matt Damon. Oh, my God of course, the Last Samurai. The last semi-retarded is artist Tom Cruise the most Asian. Let's see. Batman. Begins Start not starring but featuring Liam Neeson as an Asian. Man. I. Forgot about. Asian Colt and then in a doctor strange what the fuck surname Tilda Swinton. Lady. Yeah. She's supposed to be like in the Himalayas. Right Hi the whitest person I look like from the Avatar. Q tip. Let's see what was the other one Avatar astaire bender the movie is one they were like, oh, we're not gonNA use. Trailer for that and it looked like trash brealey though I think they had it on Netflix and I was like I screw to it and it had the little like, oh, we'll play a from this watching what the fuck is this shitty? A CGI I've actually. It was after I had finished watching the show and I was like no Do this to myself no thanks Let's see another good one a ghost in the shell. Did you ever see that one with What's her name? Scott. Scarlett Johansson. Yeah Nazi Joe's mom yeah. Nazi Gioja Mom. So it's As far as I understand it's like a an anime. It's a live action. Yeah, and they were like, oh. Hey, we'll put. SCAR. Joe In as the lead, but everyone else will be Asian. This is fine and she is Asian but. God it's just like it's just so prevalent like Yeah, and then the conqueror like you had said Yeah and. There was one more that I would that I saw and I was like Oh. Yeah. Totally. Let me see Oh.

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"st george" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

05:53 min | 11 months ago

"st george" Discussed on Pressure Points

"Like soldiers were all played by native like native American actors, Native First Nations, and they were paid two to three dollars a day and forced to sit outside all the time while all the actors had air conditioned. Like. Whatever they're called trailers so that was really shitty. It was also filmed outside of Saint George Utah, which was weird because I was looking through this. And I you know, I use a VPN I don't use I don't like cookies track me all this stuff but I keep finding sheet related to Utah. It's really weird me out. So yeah, it was filmed near Saint George which at the time they had a population of forty eight hundred people not a huge down pretty pretty rural area. Now it's really big. It's a it's a tourist spot, but they were filming and just before and just after they did the filming the US government was testing nuclear weapons out in Nevada. Oh Yeah. Yeah. Yeah and the big thing with that was oh, we test here because the wind patterns means it'll blow all the nuclear radiation away from Las Vegas. Just blow in New Mexico and Arizona who gives us. About those places and southern Utah and they they basically lives out there. Oh, those are Indian reservations yet bomb the shit out of it who? They they basically said a rural it's not an even population city, the density areas, fine. Let's NUKEM. So they did and multiple times during this period when they were doing the testing the US government said, there's no problems with this. There's no risk of. Getting any kind of radiation poisoning or anything from these trials because you know it's being swept away in its by the time it gets you at so low that it's nothing and they It was just they just multiple times denied it but there's a there's a picture at John. Wayne. With his two kids and some dude with a geiger counter and he they would put on a pilot or a rock and it just go crazy at the time. The kids were a little nervous but John was like. Whenever, we miss a charitable. No Oh, there's a scene where they're. They're not doing that specifically, but they've got the Geiger counter. And the further they go like crazier gets and that's just what I'm imagining. They're just like we'll do set over here because it was like. Seven more than this Muru, seven less than over here more fine. It's fine. It's fine. It's not a big deal. The big thing in this is there's a lot of like fighting on horseback and horseback riding, which would then just kick up all the dust that had radioactive particles in it that it's settled that's made it way worse. So that's what they think. Most of the cancer came from John. Wayne. Did die just after this a decent amount of time after this from stomach cancer that's probably from the pack the fact that he chain smoked four packs of cigarettes a day. Surprise surprise yeah. But. Yeah, it was crazy because this was just they were only there for a couple of weeks in this area. So if you're thinking about that, there are populated areas where this fallout would happen, and if people would go on dates to like the tops of mountains and go watch the nuclear bombs, go off and then they would drive home as the dust is hitting their car hitting their crops, hitting the food supply, the water supply, the cows, the sheep. Of this, let's see where is it our this is further down, but I'll mention it now the There was one event where thousands of sheep mysteriously died like all over this area, the area and say George and they just the government said the atomic energy. Commission. came out and said it's because of unusually cold weather not the nuclear bombs. Not The radiation. The puck and they just took it they just trusted the government that. Okay. Yeah. Whatever via the city Saint George Utah was especially affected yet think Mormons you. They don't like tobacco they avoid they avoid tobacco coffee anything fun really but. They're the cancer rates in in Altos happiness. The cancer rates are lower in Elliot's populations than than the national average because of this interesting. Except in Saint George Acceptance Saint George. where it's crazy because it was so heavily affected, they would yeah, gotten their crops in their animal's milk their water they would eat it. They would shrink and they had no concept that this was an issue because the government said it's fine. There's nothing there's nothing you're crazy. At the same time. Men In suits from the atomic energy, commission would go into school classrooms and take kids out to check their thyroid levels and the radio activity. They'd scanner with Geiger counter and check the thyroid levels takes blood or something by the same time they were saying there's no danger. No, not a big deal. This is normal while they are testing for radio radiation levels in the population. This is like a the thing I talked about in The RB episode. Yeah where they're just giving these kids radiation. So they can process iron a little bit better due to quaker oats being jealous of cream of wheat. It's like what the fuck is. Wrong. It's Bucknell what the Hell is wrong with you. It's it is fantastic. A yeah it was just just great. I swear I think it would make sense that they're doing this study and they're specifically focusing on children speakers. Then they get a baseline of data for children and then they can check back in twenty thirty years. The cancer rates and they'll be able to see. Oh, well, the average level radiation here causes this much cancer. Now we can. You know you can get a lot of information from that Oh my God which is really fucked up because the entire time they're still saying there's nothing to worry about move deal we promise it's.

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Wilford Brimley, 'Cocoon' and 'Natural' actor, dies at 85

Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

00:11 sec | 1 year ago

Wilford Brimley, 'Cocoon' and 'Natural' actor, dies at 85

"And actor Wilford Brimley has died. Brimley was 85 years old and died in a hospital in ST George, Utah. Along with his extensive film career, he became a spokesperson for surviving with

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The Latest: British Open says postponement is an option

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: British Open says postponement is an option

"No final decision has been reached as to whether the British open will be postponed but a decision will be coming shortly this year's open championship is slated for July sixteenth through the nineteenth and set to be played at royal St George's the corona virus outbreak has already caused the postponement of the masters and PGA championships the tournament organizers are pushing for a quick final word and if the tournament is not played it would be the first time since nineteen forty five during World War two I'm David Shuster

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The Latest: British Open says postponement is an option

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: British Open says postponement is an option

"No final decision has been reached as to whether the British open will be postponed but a decision will be coming shortly this year's open championship is slated for July sixteenth through the nineteenth and set to be played at royal St George's the corona virus outbreak has already caused the postponement of the masters and PGA championships the tournament organizers are pushing for a quick final word and if the tournament is not played it would be the first time since nineteen forty five during World War two I'm David Shuster

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The Latest: British Open says postponement is an option

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: British Open says postponement is an option

"No final decision has been reached as to whether the British open will be postponed but a decision will be coming shortly this year's open championship is slated for July sixteenth through the nineteenth and set to be played at royal St George's the corona virus outbreak has already caused the postponement of the masters and PGA championships the tournament organizers are pushing for a quick final word and if the tournament is not played it would be the first time since nineteen forty five during World War two I'm David Shuster

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The Latest: British Open says postponement is an option

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: British Open says postponement is an option

"No final decision has been reached as to whether the British open will be postponed but a decision will be coming shortly this year's open championship is slated for July sixteenth through the nineteenth and set to be played at royal St George's the corona virus outbreak has already caused the postponement of the masters and PGA championships the tournament organizers are pushing for a quick final word and if the tournament is not played it would be the first time since nineteen forty five during World War two I'm David Shuster

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The Latest: British Open says postponement is an option

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: British Open says postponement is an option

"No final decision has been reached as to whether the British open will be postponed but a decision will be coming shortly this year's open championship is slated for July sixteenth through the nineteenth and set to be played at royal St George's the corona virus outbreak has already caused the postponement of the masters and PGA championships the tournament organizers are pushing for a quick final word and if the tournament is not played it would be the first time since nineteen forty five during World War two I'm David Shuster

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The Latest: British Open says postponement is an option

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: British Open says postponement is an option

"No final decision has been reached as to whether the British open will be postponed but a decision will be coming shortly this year's open championship is slated for July sixteenth through the nineteenth and set to be played at royal St George's the corona virus outbreak has already caused the postponement of the masters and PGA championships the tournament organizers are pushing for a quick final word and if the tournament is not played it would be the first time since nineteen forty five during World War two I'm David Shuster

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"st george" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"st george" Discussed on The First Degree

"Bring over to paul's house in may claimed it was because he knew he was going to be partaking in a violent encounter. The police even found texts between brandon and paul that indicated that brandon was a willing participant in the plan in brennan also said during the trial that paul started suggesting ways to get rid of all three of them he also claimed that paul suggested knocking them out and dropping them off in the a desert as we said earlier in bringing this up again because we learn this fact before we knew about what happened bradley and this thing with bradley happened two months before this double homicide so i think what happened was paul realized he had gotten away with that <hes> uh-huh and had been like hey we could just kill them and drop them off in the desert probably throw them in the same place. We had thrown bradley. I thought that was actually one one thing on odd brain inside yeah because saying that like hey he wanted to do this thing when brandon presumably didn't know about this thing that happened with bradley bradley. I thought that was rather interesting because this was part of this of this guy's logic now okay. If i have a problem i know how to deal with it. He's gonna play into that. Wet brennan's china's lawyers were arguing is the only reason these people weren't driven out to the desert and killed was because of brandon because he didn't go along with this plan so jeremiah's mom said a brandon that he attacked her quote with the intent to eliminate any witnesses to the shooting. He had the chance to just walk out of the apartment and leave her daughter alone but he didn't. You said he could have been the hero that night and brandon was convicted in jerk america's murder and got a sentence of fifteen years to life. I don't know i guess when situations go bad like people can turn any heroes or they can turn into monsters and you just don't know what you're going to what you're going to get out of a situation and today jericho's mom talks about the day that she learned of her daughter's death. She says fifteen after eleven is embedded in my brain every saturday since then fifteen minutes after eleven in the morning i look at my i watch i think about the officer's words i used to love saturdays and for the very longest time i absolutely dreaded going to bed friday nights because i had it's so much fear of saturday reliving it again. It is so inside as murder her but.

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"st george" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

11:54 min | 2 years ago

"st george" Discussed on The First Degree

"Communication that paul had sent to another inmate which not only did he talk about brandon and maybe killing him but he also discussed having james fisk killed one of the primary suspects against against him he also talked about having any potential witness against him killed so i don't know a kite communication as i'm sure some of our listeners don't know what it is so. Can you kind of explain it a little bit so communication i mean the exact term can vary across correct correctional institutions but kind of with the commonly only accepted nomenclature for this is would be to basically inmates can take a piece of paper and put a note in kyw communication as take a thread from their uniform and basically poke a hole in the know and try to throw it under the door of a cell like across the way and you don't have cells with bars anymore like they used to like you have closed metal doors a little glass window and they have nothing better to do all day. They're just trying to throw this little note under the crock of door and if it doesn't make it there they can pull it back real quick and do it before a correction correctional officer cons and that's what they call a kite. It's like a little paper thing attached with string similarly to a kite so obviously correctional officer intercepted intercepted one of these messages in this found jesus and so this guy is evil and ability to inflict pain and violence and lack of remorse knows no bounds in just when you thought this couldn't get any worse another body was found after spending days upon days upon days researching true crime cases i want i go to bed every tonight. The smallest little sound makes me think that there's an intruder trying to break into my apartment but it doesn't have to because of one of our amazing sponsors a._d._t. A._d._t. You can have all the latest innovation in smart home security from a._d._t. 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Because it certainly sounds like real protection to me and it's all available at eighty seven march eleven in two thousand eleven the body of bradley lightner was discovered on the side of the road and arizona and paul admitted that he and a friend they were responsible for the killing and then he walked the cops through the circumstances and it was clear that the cops what the cops were dealing with and this guy was working evil. We said on october thirty first two thousand ten which was two months before the murderers he committed in his is home drifter and an acquaintance named bradley passed out on his couch after night partying bradley was this forty thirty three year old guy paul then decided that he was going to carry bradley out to his truck and on the way out the door paul paul intentionally ran bradleys head against the door frame at least watts so picture. This skype passes out on on his couch. He's walking out the door and he just hits them into the door. Frame gets worse then he purposefully league place brand bradley in the truck bed and he slams the tailgate against the man's head at least once so he's hitting him him the door frame once hitting him in the trunk of the tilt the tailgate wants and after driving around for a while this unidentified man with paul urges him to take bradley to a hospital or homeless shelter just something to get them some help drive away whatever <music> and at this suggestion paul becomes enraged and he says i'm going to smash his head with a rock and beat beat his head with a shovel. That's quote then paul stops. The truck gets out fines iraq and strikes bradley in the head with it. Then paul drops the other men off at his own home and picks up another other guy who was identified in court documents simply as his accomplice the two of them drive to the secluded location in the arizona desert and they take bradley out and bradley still alive they take him out of the truck and then paul's accomplice this random accomplice shoots bradley twice with a rifle and at least one of those shots hits bradley in the head and then they take bradley they push off as embankment where he becomes wedged in a rock crevice crevasse and i wanted to strive in this whole thing with accomplice. I mean we've already learned that. Paul is an informant this federal. This was a federal case because this body was found in arizona this guy bradley so there's a lot more going on here and that's why they're not naming these these other suspects he was an informant formante. There's people with this. People who have protection here unfortunately us we don't have these names for you but i definitely looked but they're just not available and an autopsy determined that bradley he died of blunt force trauma to the head and one single gunshot wound so paul pled guilty to the kidnapping and murder a bradley i inner none of us knew anything about that until we read it in the newspaper. <hes> i had no idea like i said i know like after the after the murders happened. Nobody had any idea the paul had this in him so to hear that this would happen and then to just be smacked in the face with the fact that somebody else had died before that like while we were seniors and while we were still hanging out with him and like wall he was starving like we had no idea finding is found out about that at the same time the rest of the world did and it just added to the holy shit. I don't know i i don't wanna say like oh. It goes to show you never really know anybody because that's not true like we knew him. He was our friend. He was older brother like he. He was always there for all of us into the sea like the rapid decline decline that broke can do to a person when they get a hold of it. It's sad and it's scary. I'm paul is facing the death penalty so he decided to plead guilty to take execution off the table. He was handed to life sentences and less than in two days one for the murder of broadly and one for the murder of brandy and the attempted murder of james bradley and her sister julie powell said during ashes sentencing hearing that her brother was a homeless man who lived in saint george she described him as an intelligent man who came from a large family and had a son who who struggled with drug addiction. She said he was not a faceless member. Not a nameless member of society just because someone is homeless doesn't mean their loss will mark felt and it has left a hole in all of us so the judge who sentenced paul ashton said that this was the first life sentence that he's handed down in fourteen years of the judge judge but he said that it was appropriate said that the fact that either body was not found until several months after his death was extremely concerning and he he said quote that by itself indicates mr ashton's loss of humanity this this was like sticks out to me really bad kiss. It just completely walked me not only people that you know poor killed but the people that you cared about were actually the ones they give me this happen. I don't know i've heard a lot of a lot of other crimes stories where where people with back on it and they go yeah. That was a creep yup. I worked with him and i totally saw it coming but this just wasn't this just wasn't that there was a big realization when you're younger like you always hear like drugs are bad drugs. We're gonna ruin your life but to actually see that laid out sto plainly in front of my face that you can go from like a completely normal one person partying with everybody over the summer. She being like a triple murderer by the end of the by the end of the year. I can't say that this was inside of paul when i knew him like feel like how did you had you been there somewhere and i do think it was was drug abuse that brought it out but it's just it makes you you really really wary of of the people around you especially if you know they they're using i dunno. I guess i guess coming from a place where somebody who who who's done drugs in the in the past like i always want to be that person who understands like hey. This is really hard for you and like these the tools they use to get better myself but it kind of always gives you hesitation because you don't know what this completely normal person. Day is gonna is gonna flip out or that. They're gonna have a bad reaction one day. They're you know moving out with older friends like i dunno it. Just the unpredictability of it is what's really hard heartbreaking to swallow because i didn't see it coming. Nobody saw it coming and so paul's defense attorney squarely blamed paul's dark path of violence on the abduction and shooting attack that he suffered at the hands of those gang members in two thousand in seven he claimed that the experience significantly altered paul's life quote. He is not a monster. He's taking responsibility ability for the things he has done. In this case he was traumatically dramatically changed when he was almost killed now. Listen i know everybody at least in this room and listening has a lot of problems with this. I do but forget that that's that's very obvious. Calling calling paula monster is simple but what about brandon and paul pled guilty but brandon was going to trial and that's what people we're going to be arguing because ultimately his attack on jericho is worse than anything else that total absolutely yeah so that's what's so interesting interesting is that like pau this crazy track record of x._y._z. brandon and never even got a speeding ticket and he stabs a twenty year unroll the death. He didn't know you know so. I think that is one of the most interesting parts of this case so brennan's trial all.

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"st george" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

10:08 min | 2 years ago

"st george" Discussed on The First Degree

"And what there is an interesting question in that you know he was if this is true and there are police reports to back it up if if he wasn't altercation where he's abducted and shot seven times left on a road that can be very traumatizing oakland as kennett. I mean who knows in a situation like that. Your head was probably hit. Maybe there were some medical implications. I don't know i mean this sounds. It sounds horrifying to be shot that many times it's documented documented wounds to his ear his hand groin abdomen thighs. They might have shot him like you know where it hurts. Really this is a question. We're going to be asking throughout. I mean we're dealing with a couple of things here a guy who sierra to perceive to be totally normal totally sweet a guy who would help people in need so if he was normal at that time. Are we dealing with someone who's got some residual p._t._s._d. Happening some sort of issues relating from this traumatic event she had are we dealing with someone with escalating drug use. That's another great question. We don't know or are we dealing with a psychopath. A selfish rush talked up psychopath very possible. We don't know the answer to this yet but sierra you know what what she was seeing <hes> and so the way i understand it was <hes> they were all over there that day and then paul god impose it said about about something all over there helping him and i keep the drudge just exaggerated this like completely completely unfounded thing that like people were going to like tell on him to the crops about like the drugs had or any number of things that he had. I don't know it was i always think he was in a wheelchair that time too and the that paranoia just got completely out of control and yeah i think he thought he was in danger. So paul is doing meth and i think it's clear and safe to say that he was past his yet phase. Things were happening. He was seeing the consequences of these actions in very severe ways right. Which is why i think like maybe <hes> the mess he was smoking looking like costume to have some sort of paranoia <hes> i guess he felt like he was in danger like he was in the wheelchair and he like people. Were coming out him or there. May have actually we've been some sort of altercation and that's when he decided to shoot the people i think out how do how'd you been was 'cause. I mean they were all they were all friends. Before lord i mean they were all there helping each other move. <hes> i think my my only understanding of the story would be that they went over there decided to move decided to get high okay and then i ruled as they got more and more high so the craziest thing about all this is when the police check the background of thirty one year old brandon smith did did learned that he had never even seen a single brush with the law until the day that he senselessly stabbed jericho to death in nats fascinating as we look at paul with a rap sheet along as you can see as far as i can see in brandon had never even had a driving infraction right in that is is kind of one of the big questions here. I mean it's a secondary question. These the first one is what is prompting paul axel violently out of nowhere. The second is brandon has never been in trouble but he commits an even more violent murder than paul right on the scene so oh you could see if he almost had you couldn't see but it would make more sense if he had kind of been following the lead and if that's what he was doing kind of being the quote unquote fucked up sidekick to somebody else and what's interesting is in we didn't include this because it was a resounding no but when we asked when we asked sierra if she knew branch iran and she's like i've never seen this guy like i've never heard of brandon and i was friends with paul's friends so brandon wasn't that close at least least for many many years with with paul so you have to wonder. It's like well kind of influenced. Paul have over this guy where he was able to course and not only bringing guns but until like. I'm sorry if i can newish friend in the ship broke out. I'd be like army crawling out of that house us not involving myself and certainly not listening to somebody if they're saying kill somebody in that pose assuming with a gun when this guy took it into his own hands which is insane so both of these men were charged with aggravated murder and aggravated aggravated assault because paul was accused of shooting brandy and also shooting james brandon was accused of killing jessica but but he also raised his weapon to james prior to any of the shots being fired which constitutes in utah aggravated assault your point right deadly weapons at people for no reason so meanwhile jericho's funeral was planned and the services were going to be held summer december fifteenth four days after the murders at the leeds l. the second ward chapel and on that day her mother ellen said that she kept one more promise to her daughter and have to say this really choke me up so before jerick died. She promised jericho that she'd help her get a new car. So for her casket she picked out a quote unquote car a metal metal casket with chrome that also had wheels on the bottom and the service who loved one's talked about her over the top personality that her mother said she connected with and that helped them form special special bond. She said jericho was me born. Twenty five years late we are twins who were so much alike and so when she was is gone. I didn't know who i was anymore because i couldn't watch myself anymore. She made the exact same mistakes at the exact same ages that i had made. I knew what she thought. I knew what she was always doing and i think you know <hes> probably one of the hardest things here is that like the the events that resulted in burqas murder were were not a mistake. I mean my parents would be proud of me just offering to help help these people but it's somebody move yeah which is nobody wants to help anybody i just i just think that's i think jerry i you know oh she was only twenty but she had had sort of some blips on her radar like any young kid does when they're growing up you know the note perfect children are rare and foreign few between and i think this was probably especially difficult because it's like jerry was in the midst of like an altruistic altruistic act when this happened even more difficult to swallow yeah. She was doing exactly what her family said she would do. She was helping a total stranger. Do something that the nor a normal person wouldn't necessarily do this to things that even friends you don't wanna do that's not picking you up at the airport and helping you move and you you know she was a little bit jerky. She was a dancer throughout junior high. She loved outdoors. She loved riding a._t._v.'s with her sister. She had been recently employed as a clerk at the done. Law firm in saint george and her family was super important her. She wanted to go into the medical field as a c._n._a. She was a member of the l._d._s. She cared very deeply about her religion and she was frequently heard telling her family that you don't assume things that's what she would say. People are better on the inside than what they seem on the outside embrace family. It was in mourning to jesse jesse. Jordan described his sister as a loyal loving sister who was also a wonderful mother. He said that her death rocked their family and it has been especially difficult for his mother. In brandy jordan son quote a free fund spirit one of the best that i've ever known so as the state prepared for the trials against brandon and paul both of them sat in jail in this is what i think is is really interesting and this happens all the time these kind of cases where people accused of such riffing crimes and they.

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"st george" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

06:11 min | 2 years ago

"st george" Discussed on The First Degree

"It's my understanding that there were two guns involved <hes> and i read somewhere residually later when they were explaining the scene that that actually brandon handed both guns to paul at some point but there really is no explanation and that's what's so interesting thing about it. We're we're this pocketknife came from. I don't know and when they talk about the suffocate it was choking with his hands and i think people i mean i mean i don't know i think this was like a a second degree situation. I don't think this was planned. Yeah i think it looks a lot easier and movies to choke somebody to death breath yeah now. It takes a long time to choke somebody to death. It does and i don't minutes this guy's never. I don't think he's really up for that. I don't think pocketknife did it quickly either. It's two thousand nine hundred and we can pretty much do anything that we want from the comfort are of our own home and that's why over here at the first degree. 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Some of his friends and associates associates started to find out about how he was speaking to the police and he began to worry that he was in danger as friends continued to distance themselves from him and and when brandon sister katrina was questioned she even told police that brandon had been trying to distance himself from paul to he even instructed his sister to tell paul the he wasn't home whenever you tried to come looking for him so in the months leading up to the move while paul's paranoia had been escalating he'd also broken a leg and he'd been confined to a motorized wheelchair and that night when he'd aspirin and bring the gun he claimed that someone was quote trying to kill him so in the days is following the murder there were few clues that provided any solace to brandy and jeremiah's family members and the day after the murder james fisk wrote on his facebook page a status update that kind of lent some information to the the idea of a possible motive he said quote. I was shot in the back. My girlfriend was murdered over a missing mountain bike. I wish i could take her spot and we take her spot any time. I miss her so much <music> in two days after the murders jerk mother got to see her body for the first time which by then had been involved a post autopsy and prepared for her funeral and the autopsy that have been conducted reveals the horrors jericho's minal jarecki's mother at this point said i could not wrap my brain around this i to me. She was still here. I didn't and i couldn't i d your body to me. They made a mistake for two days this of sheer hell. I was waiting for my daughter to walk through that door at any moment say l. o. Mom recalling recalling how she jericho with jokingly talk to each other and a fake british accent waited and waited they waited for that and it never came so jerk is autopsy revealed that jerk sustained numerous bruises bruises to her head and there were also signs that she had been choked but her death was the result of these cuts to her throat about or perhaps single cut that used numerous motions and she likely died within a few minutes of those initial cots. What's brandon ultimately concluded that he only wanted to knock cherokee out but he ended up escalating it to murder when paul continued to scream get her and do it over and over so brandon is playing the card of i'm. I'm afraid i'm afraid of this guy. If i don't kill her. He's gonna kill me which you whenever you have two people crime seeing this is a common occurrence that you here with the horror of these events more questions about paul remained and the police started digging up everything they could on him and they learn that what brought paul to saint george in the first place was a very violent incident that occurred in two thousand seven now paul had apparently got into an altercation and with his gang and actually been abducted and shot by these gang members seven times and this is an ogden utah and he was left for dead on this back road and he was found.

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"st george" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

11:04 min | 2 years ago

"st george" Discussed on The First Degree

"I knew her a little bit on and off kind of in the same way that i knew jared they weren't people that i was particularly close with <hes> i think that paul gravitated towards that group of friends once our original group of friends we kind of started to disband when we were all trying to like clean a bitter shit together so james couldn't tell the police what happened after that because as brandon paul shifted their focus to jericho he made his escape and the police are in the midst of piecing together this gruesome crime when they get a call from brandon smith who is the one who ran towards the bathroom to attack llorca. He tells the police that he woke up covered in blood and had zero recollection of what happened to him or what he had done. In the hours before brennan in in was arrested and the police got him in an interrogation room to see if they could jog his memory so the police have both of their suspects in custody but a motive for what happened in this completely senseless killing still hadn't really presented itself yet. The police were conducting interviews with with the suspects with james with any other witnesses they could try to figure out why the senseless act had occurred and here's what they could figure out initially so on that night for whatever reason paul had allegedly viewed the three as a threat and concocted a plan to knock the three of them out and to take them into the desert where they could be disposed of but before this plan could ever take place brandy and paul got into the argument that resulted in that toolbox being thrown at paul so in response paul shot and killed brandy and then james and then brandon killed jericho. I i remember it was right before christmas and i think that was another reason why everybody was still forward because like everybody was like getting ready for the holidays and christmas cheering during christmas shopping and then i get a call from my mom and she's like sierra gene. Have you seen the news. Did you hear what happened and i'm like why no and and then yeah when i when i found out i was like oh my god like right before christmas to like this this poor mom like lost her daughter's like right before the holidays like that was one of the things that i thought was like particularly sad about at like. Obviously it's not all the time when people die this happened like during christmas so imagine being sierra and hearing the news that a longtime friend committed a crime like this dough when me and my away from decided to like things are getting a little crazy we wanted to like clean up we we actually moved we moved from the house that we're living next door to pollen zach to a different the area of town <hes> and so i didn't see paul a ton after that but no it was good old tall and like everything was perfectly fine and perfectly normal and we were partying and we were laughing and like one of the last night i saw him he like drinking entire bottle of wine and and so it was whining about him like owing me a bottle of wine and and and i know this is gonna sound crazy and like i this associated completely from the horrors of it but but when i saw he had been arrested and arrested for murder. I was just like oh my god. This can't be the same person and then like that they completely strange part of me was like oh. My god also owes me a bottle of wine and like i'm never going to see him again and like and like that's just how crazy crazy it was like the person that i knew in the person that did these things are like still to this day. Do not compute my brain to the same personnel whatsoever so waltham. Police started pouring over whatever evidence they could. They learned that paul had actually sent a series of text messages to brandon who they consider to be his accomplice in this case so as reminder there's pollen brandon hypothetical pathetic suspected perpetrators and the victims in this case brandy and jericho deceased james survived the attack so that's just a reminder but basically they had found his master's between paul and brandon and paul is asking brandon for a quote unquote a piece which means a firearm and he was asking for this firearm because he wanted to protect himself from people who who he said had found out that he'd been acting as a confidential informants for the washington county drug task force and this is a big deal. Why is this a big deal because as i think sierra has mentioned their group of friends it was very large. I mean this was in a tiny group. Everybody did drugs recreationally at the very least so. I could see how he would start to get really worried about his friends. Maybe turning on him so this is lot of people people involved and like even though everybody had a different reaction to at least reaction was strong like what if it had been like any of the rest of us get cold the healthy a new because we were all still cool that like we were also fully could've been any one of us at the house that 'cause we totally would've went over and helped him move his those things out like that's what you do with your friends you know for move so brandon eventually confesses to the following when the argument between paul brandy erupted brandon drew out his gun on as a way to try to get people to calm down which is what you do you try to get people to calm down by pulling out your gun but once the gun was out the tensions heightened he also claimed that he didn't wanna hurt jirka but felt that he had to because he was scared of paul paul because paul he just seen had just shot to people so brandon runs down the hallway he bust down the door to the bathroom catherine where jericho was hiding and he starts beating her with a ranch as she coward and screamed on the floor and he says that beating jurica had proved ineffective so then he attempts to suffocate her and then he ultimately ultimately cuts her throat with a pocket knife which causes her to bleed out and then after that brandon slips away from the scene avoids running into police after the murder he returns home he takes time to change out of his bloody clothes and he doesn't contact police until he heard from family member number that they were looking for him. My big question here other than the fact that brandon is potentially crazy is why was gerald kia killed and so much more violent manner and gruesome manner then just gunshots because brandon had a gun with him and he went through all of these other things he tried bludgeoning turning her and it didn't work then tried suffocating hurt and he didn't work and then he slit her throat and then that family worked. Why did he just not and shutter on the entire time odd.

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"st george" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"st george" Discussed on The First Degree

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"st george" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"st george" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The same chapel where her funeral was held correct in st george's chapel at windsor absolutely i mean what is all that that's pretty significant pretty telling there i mean when it was eighty years before you know his greatgreatgreat uncle had to give up the throne for divorced woman and now harry is marrying a twohorse woman i would invite you all listeners to listen carefully on the day of the wedding because below the noise of the the the singing of the choir they'll be used his some humming and it will be the duke and duchess of windsor folk mole nearby spinning their graves what did you say you do say here though that she is by her husband and frog more which is the role graveyard and rounds of windsor castle she lies next to a man she came to despise buried in a land owned by a family she hated and a country she loathed leaning towards the end of her life he died possibly saying mama to her and then she died never lobbying him she hated the role family as renault she hated england she found dreary and depressing goodness knows one and she became to despise husband to the point where in public they always gave of pretends of togetherness to the point where she would insist they response of the alphabet backwards to one others to show that they were having an animated conversation this is that the book tools the end he died in the arms of a nurse from baltimore with spring wallace wallace wallace wallace wallace was elsewhere so in a right town wrong wrong woman okay well look it's called wallison love and it's by andrew morton and we thank you my pleasure coming up hello dolly it's a boost from further that peters on prospective after this are you feeling limit liz i don't think i've ever told the story publicly on the air anywhere but i'll tell it now welcome to those limits prime rebecca jarvis isis aci now each week we're taking an honest look at success how to get there with the boldest most influential women in the world's jessica alba arianna huffington visa.

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"st george" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"st george" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Curt is in st george out in utah hurt how're you happy friday welcome to the sean hannity show thank you sean thank you for taking my call yes so we're going to do for you i just wanted to point out of controversy going on and everybody who nothing i am a member of the nra and the number one thing the nra promote safety going and that's what they're leaving all that out you know we are we promote second amendment of course we do the number one i i i got say some i've had a lifetime of experience dealing with people in the nra and people a gun ranges and people that are that are trained in the use of firearms the nra yeah they are they are noted for their gun safety at courses and selfdefence courses and the first thing the teachers go in safety the thing about every time i've ever been to a gun range every single time the thing that stands out the most is that if this ever anybody there that ever needs any help maybe a novice or maybe they want to try a different weapon out or something the level of assistance that people with with a lot of knowledge are willing to give to others his unprecedented dates and and every single person understands the safety issue the safest people with guns are people that are trained in the use of them and the nra promotes this more than anybody uscca that's another group that promotes it gun safety gun responsibility and it it's never going to get discussed in the media people don't care about it and i can only say that my experience with the nra is one that they take great pride and pleasure in help being people understand the safety aspects of the.

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