35 Burst results for "Taos"
"taos" Discussed on VelociPodcast
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"taos" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio
"Is good. I mean, you know, where we are in Taos, New Mexico. We're seeing a lot of people that obviously exercise. And this is a, you know, in the winter, this place is all about, you know, skiing and sporty involved, right? And you can tell, if people look massively different than some of the other places. We've we've that, you know, I don't know how my head or my brain went from talking about pigs to talking about people, but I don't know, you may need a break, I mean break down. But so, what are you observing from our experience? Thus far? You know, I was thinking about, you know, we started the day in Roswell because, you know, we have kind of a fleeting, you know, interest in this whole alien business and we've, we've followed that from time to time and, and, you know, the reporting on that varies from the sublime to the ridiculous, for sure. And a lot of it was very campy but then there's also the scientific stuff. I forget off before we went to this, the UFO Museum and scientific research center, which was also very. You know, roadside can't be type of thing. But what I was noticing a was there was a lot of sort of overly interested. Guys looking I think they were spending like the whole day. They're like, no, it was, it was a people were staying for like, several days there to go to all the way in charge these stories. Yes, I'm at, frankly, I was ready to get out of there after about 15, I know. So it's like okay so there's there's that. But then I also was noticing like maybe because of some of the displays were so dead. Artsy-fartsy, you know, put together is is how skeptical in general. People are like you know, that's just that's just a myth or whatever and yet there's this scientific stuff. The government is putting out about actual Navy officers, observing actual. You know, I think they've renamed them. They're not UFOs anymore, there something else that sounds a little less threatening. So I was just kind of watching you're talking about that report that came out two weeks ago. Yeah, so in case you guys don't know this frankly if you don't know it you're probably going to live a long healthy life, you'll be fine. You'll need to notice. But if you're just mildly curious, there was a report that came out. I think it was two weeks ago that that I frankly didn't really reveal anything. But in essence it basically said the government is acknowledging. The fact that there's I think they're uae's, right? Yes. And identify page something great. When you do that till you're in, make the fan speed. You're active in louder, right? So we're going to go with that. So the reality of it is is that they are admitting now that there's some u a e s and they are admitting right now that the FAQ I said the people are going to, you know, they're gonna have to eventually come to terms with the heck. These things are so I'm all right. I'll turn on the air-conditioning sensor, nicely complaining. All right, so that's fine. Yeah. Anything better. Yes, thank you. Where we're going from being in the sun to air conditioning and remember where we were when we started the day it was a hundred degrees now it's 72, right. So as far as the aliens stuff goes who knows, right? If she knows just curious to see how people take in the information, and, you know, put it in the grinder and what they end up thinking about it. So that's where we started the day. And then we just arrived here in Taos, which is beautiful. We went through an incredible rain shower, maybe lasted. I don't know, twenty minutes and the temperature dropped thirty degrees. And so of course, the only wanted to know if it was going to snow drop 30° in like 5 minutes, it was amazing. Might snow Zoey, just be patient, you might get some snow. Yes, but it smells really good because there's so many different plants. It's weird to you, but it's normal to birth. We'll live around here, and it's just refreshing. So that's part of our big adventure. But you know, when we were driving through so many of when we're all that land on either side of the road and I was thinking, I hope that people get the opportunity to see not just, you know, there's the open road that's fine, but not just hundreds of Acres or thousands of Acres. I'm pretty sure we were looking at millions of Acres outside found. It would have a little ranch entrance. So and so's Ranch, but you couldn't really tell what they were ranching until you looked way off hundreds of acres and you'd see a herd of tiny little dots which had to be cuddled, you know, I mean these are major operations. Do you remember when we were in Montana? And this was years ago and we were in Big Sky and we were looking, it was around the 4th of July which is ironically around the same time there and I remember looking up at the sky and you could actually see cuz the sky was so clear. You could actually see the bend of this. Apparently, you remember that though. That was amazing. So what we experienced a dog, Driving here with something very similar because obviously you couldn't see the curvature of the Earth from, you know, the ground level. But you the fact that you could see for so many miles and those had to be hundreds of, I mean, it's even pause is even more than that. We're able to see on both sides. It's it's extraordinary to cuz we're only we're often out there driving by ourselves and nobody else was driving there. So he can you chill sister. Doing your best bet. She's very lucky to spend the car for 5 hours. She's doing good though. Yeah, so I mean, that was, those are the types of things visually that once you see them at sort of does cause something emotional, at least I feel it's amazing. Give you a bit of hard reset. It, does, you know, it's good to be just out in a different environment and different things. So, that's pretty much our take on the day. This was not a super long drive. We're still in the same state for example, but we're staying in a lovely place. By the way, if you guys ever get up here to Taos, El Monte Sagrado, which I believe, means the sacred Mountain. So, and I thought a small around here somewhere. So yeah. Oh, I see what you're working towards. Yeah. Okay. Where are we going after this? What's the next destination? Walk around house. After this will be driving north to Colorado, and eventually end up in College Park. So maybe we stay in Taos, maybe tomorrow too. Yeah, I'm done with that. Okay. And we'll go up to Estes Park and then after that, we're going to definitely head towards Montana, indeed. Okay, so what will give if you are in around Taos, New Mexico, Would hang out for Julie and I will be here. And Zoe who's about the end of her? Patience patience. I think she's about to blow a baby few. So we're gonna have to run this podcast a little bit off. Yeah. So do you have anything you want to say? Here's your microphone. You want to say anything a little girl? So go ahead, talk. No, don't be silly. What do you want to say about? What do you think about the trip so far? That's right. That is funny. Why are we at a really fancy? It's still sitting in the car. Has a good observation point. So what do you think? So we're listening to a book called the graveyard book. Yes by Neil Gaiman Gaiman and Zoe. What do you think about the book club you like it or love it? Okay, can you tell him what the book is about? It's pretty complicated. It is. And this is the second, or third time that you. And I believe it's always first time, but if you guys have a chance to listen to something that's off of the real estate menu, which is good. Yep. It's the graveyard book. Yeah, we are finishing the book. No tomorrow. Sweetie tomorrow. Yep. So there you go. Yes. That stays podcast. We're going to when we have a little bit were talk about with you guys. We certainly will. But in the meantime, thank you for all your great feedback on our experience so far. And we are on the road for two months and we're obviously visiting different towns and communities. We're going to be podcasting live every work day and we're going to be sharing with you. Some of our experiences. We are offering a ton of pictures on Instagram and if you're not following us on Instagram it's at Tim and Julie Harris and this podcast should have been streamed live on Instagram and hopefully this is another way for us to communicate with all of you are experienced. What are you doing? You know this cameras working.
"taos" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio
"And we're back and we are doing our podcast here in Taos. New Mexico, and we left Roslyn, Roswell Roswell, thank you and left Roswell crash. Probably about five hours ago, four hours ago, here's the proof. Yeah, we have proof of the postcards, remember doing the podcast, and we're actually streaming live on Instagram right now. So Julie and I are trying to juggle all of our media Thursday, but we were with this is a day for day 4. And you can see somebody in the backseat with their if you're on the Instagram live right now and this is real estate coaching radio and we're going to be broadcasting live every single day. This is not the normal podcast that we do. It's going to be a lot less formal and we are going to always focus it back in on real estate. And I have to say, from a long drive I had today, I was speaking of real estate Amazed by the difference in just not just the obviously the the DePauw graffiti but also The architecture. I mean, when you got into the different kinds of architecture that was going on across the country, it was really amazing. And if you now we, of course know that cuz we've travelled before, but we've not spent that much time in the back of the United States now, and really are, as we said in New Mexico, and even from one end Roswell, is kind of towards the southern end up to where we are now in the northern end of Taos. The architecture is and the whole scenery is just so dramatically different. Yeah, I know it's, it's fascinating. Cuz when you're not traveled to different parts of the world, there are no real distinct differences between them. I would say mostly residential home Styles. They're mostly the same kind of a European look. And right parts of Italy can look like parts of Croatia, for example. Yeah. And pretty much all the UK has similarities off. But yeah, it's I mean, I was really does. Have adobe-style pretty much everything, everything. I mean an apartment building, you know, it's funny though. We're in Roswell. I couldn't. I shouldn't have been surprised, but the fact There was a McDonald's. It was basically made in the shape of a UFO. I mean it was crazy. Even the streetlights had aliens? All right, we're not dead. Okay? They'll remember easily. Well, there's proof that we're broadcasting live with somebody. So it's I was thinking Julius. We were driving here. I was thinking as we were driving here that, you know, there's a lot of roadside memorials. And it was fascinating, where we'd be driving essentially in the desert in the planes. Before we started driving up in the mountains, you'd still see clusters of flowers around crosses that were on the roadside. And they were not that frequent. Fortunately, but there were definitely noticeably in the thing of it, always fascinated me and I, I don't know, I hadn't. I mean, I had this Epiphany before, but never did I see it? So I think obvious was with regards to you would be driving along, you know, obviously you're blazing this in. This car is really fast and we driving with other really fast cars. We were doing eighty ninety, one hundred miles per hour through you know, with nobody else around and then all of a sudden there'd be this old you know, whatever it was fence post or whatever. And sure enough someone at some at some point killed themselves on that fence post by, you know, hitting it or hitting having a car accident near it. And, I mean, it sounds dramatic, but we did see that hazily she'll sister. We did seem more frequently than we did and it's the same thing. We see when we've traveled, all over parts of the, the US and I've got, I really became obvious to me that the reason that that happens is because when people driving, they must somehow when losing control of their vehicles, start focusing on where they don't want to go because it's mostly on curbs or into poles. Certainly see it in in Puerto Rico, where the road kind of gets a little narrower. It's almost like some kind of miscalculation underestimation, looking at something, they shouldn't be looking at home. I think your point is look where you want to go, not where you don't want to go. Well, it's it's from when I used to race cars, I did amateur racing and I took a lot of and I had to get certified, and you had to get your licenses and you had your scca stuff and I remember the, the, the instructors always said, look in the direction you want to go, not in the direction that your car is going, and I thought that was, that's something that I don't know if there are intentionally being philosophical, but that's definitely. True life is in your life. If you don't, if you're looking in the direction that you're not wanting to go. For example, you know, if you're if again, if you're headed towards some tree, and that's where your focus goes, your subconscious mind is actually going to steer a car in that direction. That's something I learned when we were, you know, as learning how to race cars, same thing, if you're sliding off the road, the last thing you want to do is you want to if you start looking in the direction that you're sliding off. You're going to have all kinds of problems. And I think that's definitely true for people's lives as well. Yes. And so, as we were driving, that came to mind as sort of A Life Lesson, right? Yeah. And the other coaching for you and the other thing is because we're in such a different part of the world, even for us, having lived in Texas is still pretty extreme with all the ranches, the massive, massive calorie, and cattle ranches, we saw and the massive just wild. Horse populations. We saw, it was a credible. But, you know, we are listening to actually listening to some local radio. And we're, they're talking about the fact that, you know, they have talked problem in Texas and they were talking, actually, this is a little bit of a poem cast to. It was a little bit of a, you know, AM radio station. We were just picking up as we live in Texas, and we were moving, or driving into New Mexico. They're talking about the fact that when, while, or when normal farm-raised pigs sounds crazy. Remember, this is real estate Kochi sticky as I'm talking how you say in the sounds of. This is the first time someone's listen to this or they're watching. I sense an Instagram thinking wage Also 7 to 3 all states, nothing really? But this is just something I'm sharing with all of you and hopefully are a long-time loyal listeners will relative where we think we will. Maybe, I don't know. Well, so yeah, they're talking about the fact that our normal Pig were to escape. It's, you know, pigpen as it were, you know, normal, hog leaves, the, the pigpen and doesn't have any hair. It doesn't have any tests. That is a short. Snout pink pigs basically. Yeah. Basically, as you know, the ones you, you know, from Wilbur from, you know, whatever. So is that soon as the pigs were to escape, they actually within if it's not even like months, which I believe within weeks off the pigs start. Actually physically changing to the point where the pig that had no hair starts to grow. Long Tufts of hair. They had their snouts, get larger and they started to grow the mail start to grow toss even change color to like normal. Yeah, they they said that they said that. And they also said that there was, you know, for different kinds of pigs and none of them were indigenous to Texas and all of them were brought in by, you know, the, I think they said, Was it DeSoto the Spanish? The Spanish. Exactly. We're bringing most of the men cuz when they're you know, quote unquote settling that part of Texas and for example, or you know, different parts of the coast where they dropped them in off the Gulf Coast that they wanted to, you know, populate that area and have to had to put in pigs so that the people that were going to eventually live, there is something to hunt. Right. Neat. So in any event, I thought that was an interesting thing off, again, rolling into some sort of obscure mindset point and I'm getting too, but it is fascinating that you become the environment that you're around and are not comparing, you know, people to pigs, but I mean, it's a good example. So if those pigs were in their previous, you know, Pig environment, right of the, you know, the pigpen, they are completely physically different than the they are, when you put them in a different environment. So, the pigs are in the pigpen wage like you expect them to be, they're domesticated farm animals to some degree. And as soon as they sat free their snouts get bigger, why their snouts get bigger by the way. Cuz they're rooting around for things to eat. Oh, here's the other thing I remember, They said that the pigs will be, they learn to not be around. They've learned to be nocturnal. So normal farm pigs are nocturnal, but as soon as they escape and not something, you know, switch flips and their brains, they realize they have to start being nocturnal. So they aren't seen by not Predators other than humans. Isn't that fascinating? Very interesting. I mean, again that goes back again, that's an obscure that point I suppose a product of your environment environment. Yeah. And and that's the other thing I'm noticing is, we're driving into different parts of the country is that people really, really look really different change.
"taos" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio
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Tao Te Ching, Lao Tzu, Book Review
"I had for you the book the dow de ching by loud z and actually have two versions of this. There is the first translated by stephen mitchell and then another one which is by dc. lau before. I talk about why read translations go to chat about the dow de ching itself and the author lousy. This was supposedly written or at least created somewhere between six hundred to two hundred bc. And there's two versions of who it is and what this is. There is the more traditional version which it was written by one person lousy and that he was a contemporary of confucius this place at the back in time closer to the six hundred to four hundred bc. There's some mythical stories on the origin of him saying he existed two hundred years like he was a some semi multiple type of person. And then there's the more modern version which is scholars looking at saying We're not exactly sure that this was written by solely one person and the name themself loud z. Can actually be translated to something like the elderly. The old man the sage and so they think it was more written after the time of confucius almost as a backlash to it not a backlash in the sense of the essential shrunk z. But more of something that came afterwards and then it could have been written by many people and has just one person as the traditional rider such as harm in the grape myths and this was more a bunch of things put together. And it's not exactly certain that it's like one person ridden at one time. The dow de ching itself is translated. Something like the way of integrity or the text on the path of virtue. Something like that. And this is one of the fundamental texts of taoism and it was the first and probably the most well known as well and so therefore lousy is the most northern of the towel west masses or the towers sages. this is written in the style of eighty-one versus and each verse has somewhere between four to thirty lines. Most of them hovering her inbetween that sort of eight to sixteen period.
"taos" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"26 assists and one turnover in two games. That's dominant. I am Ben Fletcher. With extra 13 60. San Diego sports Mothered you say unless I know Taos West, bringing home the National Music Publishers Association songwriter Icon award. On Wednesday, Swift virtually accepted the award and said it means so much to her because it honors the magical part of her job, which is songwriting. She went on to thank her co writers and anyone who's ever sat in a room to work with music with her. Lastly, she thanked her fans who care about her lyrics. Swift said that they have no idea how much it means to her that they dissect them and copy them into their journals. Oh, to be a 14 year old girl. Mm hmm. I do not miss those days. I don't Some residents in southern Arizona had to bear a power outage. Literally. That wasn't a utility worker on a utility pole in Wilcox, but a bear and it ended up tangled in some wires accompanying lineman says the immediately disable the power. He then went up in a bucket lift and tried to nudge the bear with an eight ft fiberglass stick After biting and grabbing the stick at times, the animal went down on its own and ran off into the desert. Customers were without power for about 15 minutes. Don't they always say Don't poke the bear? Don't they just put the bear? Stop poking the bear? Everybody Okay, The shortage of workers is affecting just about every industry, including Adult entertainment. Oh Larry Flynt Hustler Club in New Orleans is having trouble finding strippers. Managers offering want to be dancers $1000 signing bonus because they don't have enough workers to stay open seven days a week. The club sits in the French quarter, which is returning to life as people start to travel again. So remember even seeing that when I was there, But then again, I probably wouldn't notice will know and you know, with With all the beads flying around. I mean, do you really need to see strippers? Right? There are people who are just you know who take it all. They will just right and women. They'll just that they'll do anything for a bead. You know those beads? Yeah, I did not love the French Quarter. I'll be honest. I did I I had a really good time. Yeah, I had except when the toothless hooker came up to me, but that was at the end of the night. And then that kind of was like, Wow, This is getting weird. Yeah. Too much information. My inside voice here. Might sully your money brought to you by Baylor making nothing happened since 1946..
Minneapolis Trial Postponed for 3 Former Police Officers in George Floyd Death
"Of three fired officers charged in the death of George Floyd has been postponed from August of this year until March next year. In his ruling, judge Peter Cahill indicated that his decision is based in large part on the fact that the three Thomas Layne Alexander King and to Tao, along with Derek Sheldon, were indicted last week on federal civil rights charges, which could bring more serious penalties than the state charges of aiding and abetting. In addition, Cahill noted that the defense team should be given More time after the recently concluded trial of showman who was found guilty of 2nd and 3rd degree murder, along with second degree manslaughter for the killing of George Floyd, Adam
Handball Confusion in Madrid
"Round madrid two two draw against severe stroud in controversy in particular is second. Go the play. That changed the league. And i well gone down very much from page of mark. Meanwhile wants to say Madrid news by a hand loses the hand madrid loses the hand because of course a win for madrid. Would've put them top of the table. And is this play that ramlet trade are really annoyed about. The penalty awarded against tau fan bowl. Of course at the end of this program got the other end a wounded penalty themselves. You can sing tao clearly. He with his arm put walls it worthy of a penalty. Well zindedine saddam's. He didn't think so. I'm very angry. Oh you'll have to explain the hamble rules to me. I don't like to talk about referees. But today the feeling is good. Me wallets censio. We still don't understand how the handball role works. Military isn't even looking at the ball wrong. Coupon boss hundred national tuesday. He was talking about it. Saying we've reached a moment where we no longer know what is or is not a hand born right. Dawn is that amble. is that a penalty. I don't think it is done but done why billets house hand is so high. I mean i mean saying. They wasn't even looked at the ball. Try actually look at the ball for a stall. But everything about me tells me that that was accidental. Going on all school bus like leans awards was intentional hamble or was accidental. An accidental to
Prime Suspect Paul Flores Charged With 1996 Murder of Kristin Smart
"Pedro, arrested this week in connection with the murder of a Cal state San Luis Obispo student 25 years ago, is also now being investigated for sexual assault in Los Angeles. Paul Flores has long been the prime suspect in the disappearance of 19 year old Kristin Smart 1996, the college freshman was allegedly killed during a sexual assault in Florida. His dorm room slow county District attorney Dan Tao says floors is also suspected of committing sexual acts around sent Piedra where he lives and where he was known to frequent the bars. We do have evidence in this case that leads us to conclude that there very well may be additional victims in the Southern California area, so we would ask that anybody that may have had experience with him that they have questions about for them to reach out and contact law enforcement. The LAPD says detectives have gathered evidence against floors about assault that allegedly occurred over several years. The only county Da's office has not decided whether to final charges based on that evidence. Well.
Congressional visit to Atlanta spa shooting sites decries anti-Asian hate
"Outdoor vigil at mceachern memorial united methodist church in powder springs celebrated. The lives of dana johnson. Patrick he and cynthia lindsay key died on christmas day. Johnson and lindsay died within hours of each other on january twenty first. The ninety minute ceremony was filled with tears. Laughs and calls for those gathered to live with joy and to take the pandemic seriously. Cobb education leaders have been criticized for the districts response during various moments of the pandemic including some. Who didn't wear face masks during a january school board meeting. I want people to know this isn't a joke. And it's affecting people lindsay's daughter lindsay cows said about the pandemic during an interview after the vigil. Meanwhile members of the congressional asian pacific american caucus traveled to metro atlanta on sunday to visit the sambre sites of this month's deadly spas shootings into call attention to hate crime laws and growing anti asian hate in america the visiting lawmakers who were joined by members of georgia's congressional delegation and state representatives followed the deadly path from march sixteenth. That claimed eight lives with six of them. Being women of asian descent. The trip paid respects to the victims of the tragedy. She ouseba tan. Tao fong delina. Leon and paul. Andre michaels were shot and killed at a spa in cherokee county. Young a au soon chung park soon. Chalk him and young grant were shot. Later at to atlanta's pause the first stop for the chartered. Bus tour was young's asian massage in acworth and finally three dozen people were displaced sunday morning. When a fire swept through lawrenceville apartment complex authorities said the blaze ripped through all three floors and the attic of a building at the anzio apartment. Homes on sweetwater road. Gwinnett fire department. Spokesman lieutenant justin wilson said investigators were sent to the complex about six thirty. Am after nine one. One caller reported smoke coming from their neighbor's apartment on building eighteen. When crews arrived at the scene they saw smoke and flames in the center of the building. One of the occupants of the building told investigators he was asleep when the fire started but was startled awake by his smoke alarm after he noticed the fire on the back side of the building. He escaped his apartment through the front door. That's all for today. Check back each weekday morning for more from the atlanta journal constitution or go to ajc dot com. Have a great day spoken layer.
While Some Spring Breakers Swarm Beaches, Many Stay Home, Dreaming Of Summer Travel
"Of year that many of us pack our suitcases for a spring break trip, But things this year are still far from normal. There are crowds on beaches in Fort Lauderdale on a few other places, but overall travel numbers are still down. As NPR's David Schaper reports, Many are getting the summer travel bug. For many college students Spring break used to mean earning a couple of extra bees as it beaches and beer. But this year, many colleges and universities are canceling the annual week off and one that isn't the University of California. Davis is paying students 75 bucks to stay home or on campus. Many family trips to resorts and theme parks are also being put on hold as a new survey on behalf of the reeling travel industry shows disappointingly only 12% of respondents said they're planning travel for spring break. Roger Dow heads the U. S Travel Association, which commissioned the poll. What is a little more concerning to May is just last week. That was 16%. So it's down from last week. When we were thinking everything was starting to go in the right direction, Tao says. Recent bad news about new Corona virus variants appears to be cooling. A mini industry warm up is more people have been traveling. The T S A says the number of people passing through airport security checkpoints tops one million more often than not these days, but that's still less than half of pre pandemic levels. Hotel occupancy rates are also creeping back up. But the travel industry continues to take a beating now, says nearly 40% of all U. S jobs lost due to the pandemic are in leisure and hospitality. U. S economy just can't recover unless the travel industry is healthy and recovery and travel won't fully recover until the pandemic is under control. What many Americans appear to feel that day is coming. And their online travel searches show they're itching to hit the road. What we're beginning to see in the beginning of 2021 is a recovery from the deepest part of that depression and demand. Haley Berg is an economist with the airfare and hotel price tracking APP Hopper and she says searches for flights are up substantially across the board. Demand for domestic travel since January is up, 58%. International travel is up about 20% and those numbers are growing faster and faster each week, Berg says. TRAVEL SEARCH activity surges in sync with new cycles, For example, when President Biden last week promised enough vaccines for every American adult by the end of May Travel searches skyrocketed. We're fully anticipating a big surge in demand late spring and through summer, there is clear pencil demand for travel. Audrey Hendley heads American Express Travel, which released a report this week on global consumer travel sentiment. And she says many people are not just searching. They're ready to book even if they knew they have to cancel their trip in the future, And we're calling that shift. That book now figure it out later mentality. That's the result of airlines and hotels, offering more flexible changin cancelation policies as it's still unclear when some countries may reopen their borders and lift travel restrictions. And even though more people are getting vaccinated every day, the CDC still urges Americans not to take any nonessential trips. But even with so much uncertainty about the future of travel, Hendley says, many people find being bitten by the travel bog and planning. A vacation is good for the pandemic weary soul. David
The Tao of Bill Walton
"All right. So chris from your conversation with him and from watching him as a broadcaster over the years. How would you say bill. Walton has evolved from my selfish perspective. He's evolved to be more interesting. I remember watching those. Mba on nbc games with bill walton and marv albert as a kid. Bill was nothing compared to what he is now. Penetration jumpers in transition whereas the defensive resistant for minnesota walton. Was the guy in a suit and tie on nbc for several years. Kevin garnett is thirty six in the nba. Free throw attempts. That's not good enough now. He's the when there isn't a pandemic going on. He's showing up at basketball games in grateful dead shirts and he's embraced everything that he probably had to bury for a very long time. Congo line coming from our free gave receptionist vicky driving that train leading the haredi onto the court. This was so much fun. We've done to do a really good job all the time. But he wants to do his way and his way is to have fun key. Eight a birthday candle. That was let off of a cupcake. He just swallowed the flame home during broadcast. Take a bite out of it. While it's lit ostade about the face for a lot of viewers. They want the nuts and bolts of a pick and roll offense or how you trap bill. Walton doesn't offer much of that bill walton wants to find a correlation between a slam. Dunk and the majesty of the grand canyon. He wants to see a perfect rotation for an open corner. Three and somehow relate that to a grateful dead concert imagination. It's not work. It's taking an idea of building a now synchronicity. What did you learn how to ucla. Or is that prior to your though. I learned that at my i did and i think the most fascinating part of this whole thing to me is that there are subsets of the internet. That either eight bill love. Bill are want to know what he's on and what he's on his life.
How To Silence Your Saboteur with Remy Blumenfeld
"My guest. Today is remmy blumenfeld. Me is one of the world's leading us coaches in advisors. He's contributed more than fifty articles to forbes and has listed by the independent newspaper as one of the twenty most influential. Lgbtq people in the united kingdom. He's been featured the new york times the sunday times. Forbes and inc is clients are leaders from across the creative sector from film. Tv advertising publishing in gaining. Thanks so much for joining me today. Remmy ion is my pleasure. I am thrilled to have you here. We're gonna be talking about a subject. That number one i think is so important for business. Owners and founders but also so timely. I guess i i would say it's probably evergreen. You know it's probably always timely. But it is about that that savage that inner salvator that we have And i would really like to start with asking you to share. What what you think that saboteur is and how you see it affecting business owners yeah so the saboteur is a voice in your head and of course we are all made up of many different parts that may be the salesman that maybe the publicist that may be the shy retiring person with complex beings but when we have a conversation with ourselves in our head very often the part of ourselves that we're talking to in our head is not the most helpful part very often. The part of ourselves with communicating with is the saboteur. And the sabah. I i think it's helpful to think about this in terms of evolution you know. The saboteur is the voice in our head was designed to protect us and to be helpful to all survival by saying. Don't try that come up before and it didn't work And that's very helpful when you're going to be eaten by a barrel full down a precipice in primitive terms. It's very helpful to have a cautionary voice in your head that saying. Don't take that risk. Don't try that again. That could end in failure. You could eaten by a lion but these days you know when the risks were taking not life threatening risks for the huge majority that voice in our head. that staff from evolution is really unhelpful. Because it's it's a. It's a constantly questioning challenging. Tao ching voice the taps into environmental circumstances to remind us why whatever it is about to do could end up in bad trouble and and the bad trouble that it could end us up in. These days is really only failure. Failure as we know is necessary to success. Because if you don't fail dozens of times you won't succeed in my business. Before i went into coaching i was in. I was in tv entertainment. And you had to pitch a whole lot of ideas before you gotta yes. There was a saying that our industry sounds like yes. No no no no no no no no no no yes no no no no no no and you know the voice in your head would always be saying. Oh don't do that. Don't pitch that show put in that proposal. You could look foolish. You could fail. It could be rejected. Who are you to do this. And i think diane you're right that the voice is evergreen sadly but in these times off of stress and scarcity and on news waves being completely clogged with with negative messages. Al-sabah has a lot of material to work on. You know because it. It doesn't take much to derail you because you know. I thought i mean a very simple one is like don't do that. It's a recession. Who will want that. It's a recession and that immediately kind of short circuits so many things just thinking well the economic times a bad so the voice in my head. That saying don't do that. Whatever that might be launching new product lines. Start a business hire somebody expand. Whatever it is you might be thinking of doing when that voice in your head you're sabotage says don't try that those a recession on think you. Are you crazy. The other part of you the pop. That's perhaps a little bit more and daring is very easily put off. So maybe that's you know that's a helpful kind of overview of our savage basically the voice in your head that says. Don't you try that. you'll look foolish. Don't try that it won't work. Why are you even thinking of doing that. Who'd think you up to do it. That's the sabotage on. It sounds like the there are times when the saboteur sounds like the their reasoning is valid. Like what the example escaping. Don't you that. There's a recession right. So so it feels like it's we. Can vince ourselves saboteurs right. A hundred percent hundred percent and the and the sabah works on pre existing agreements. Which are out there in the world which it's part of a that you'll never gonna ditch your saboteur and i think it's perhaps even useful to to recognize that voice in your head has has a place it has a place and if you think of all the different parts of yourself as being you'll personal board of advisors than having one board member who saying don't try that as a recession. Don't try that it went. What don't do it again. You'll look foolish. That can be okay. Annoying let's no pretend it's not annoying tablet board member like that. It's annoying but it can be useful. I think the problem diameters for many of us alone in our heads with the board of one the board member of one that we have is the salvatore and until we labeled at bold member as the saboteur. Recognize that you know. She has a value but she's not driving us to the place where we want to go quickly or in daring courageous ambitious imaginative way initially realized that than we. Oh yes that's the truth. Well it's not. The truth is just one perspective. It's just one it's one perspective and you could even argue that it's a useful perspective but it it. It's the only perspective you become allies because all the conversations that you're having with yourself you'll sabotage in your head end up in feeling defeated and feeling like Thank goodness. I didn't try that because i would have looked foolish as though you see. I think the saboteur believes the failing and looking foolish are the worst possible things that could happen to you. And of course a part of you part of me believes that too because we've all had bad experiences with failing looking foolish and so when the saboteur voice in our head says that we listen whereas the reality is we should as a good chairman of our own board. Say thank you for your contribution. I will bear that in mind and then take some other input right. That's that's the way i look at it. Yeah yeah yeah definitely okay. So how does someone silence that saboteur question. And i'm afraid the answer is you cannot silence you'll sabah. Zabaleta was put that by evolution. Some people's loud too some people sabotage more frequent. However what you can do is put your saboteur in that place and i think the first thing you can do is just by recognizing it by recognizing the that voice in my head that i'm talking with all the time is very often my saboteur and when it creeps in need to recognize that that's that's the perspective but not the only respect. So that's one thing you know the very first thing but it's really important. Recognize the voice in my head is not me it's by sabato and then the second thing is maybe just to kind of put it in a box so i think of my subah diane like a like a still away on my ship right. So i'm the captain and the captain decides where we're going to go how we're gonna get the how it's going to be. Who's gonna come along for the ride and the saboteur is a stowaway who i don't really want on the ship. They are there any way and they are always undermining everyone on everything and it has a useful function but they are still away.
Morgan Wallen apologizes for racial slur as backlash grows
"Tonight. The career of a country music star quickly going south morgan wallin facing fallout after using a racial slur. The publicize moment now forcing the industry to confront a truth. Here's nightline's auction sing. Tao guinean verbs. Morgan wallin embodied country music. His songs like seven summers ago. A celebration of small town living good friends and good times. The tennessee native rose to the top of the charts in two thousand eighteen with hits like whiskey glasses and never left at twenty seven years. Old wallin is one of the biggest stars in all of music now. A racial slur has stopped his meteoric rise in its tracks. A video obtained by tmz shows wallin and a group of his friends coming home early sunday morning after a night. Out on the town in nashville a neighbor was recording. When wallen said this his use of that racial epithet led to swift fallout his two record labels announcing in the wake of recent events they write big. Loud records has made the decision to suspend morgan wallin's recording contract indefinitely republic records. The second label fully supports big loud decision and agrees. Such behavior will not be tolerated. Top radio chains of stopped playing his music including cumulus media iheart radio siriusxm and several others and tonight variety reporting his agent dropping him the academy of country music announcing that he is no longer eligible for any awards at their annual ceremony in april. This time i can think of really in any genre where somebody just went from being the biggest star to having zero airplay almost in the course of one day now. The country music industry finally forced to confront the issue of racism head. On what type of message is the industry sending by taking these stances. The message that is being spent right now is that the n. word is a no. I think that has been made clear. Can we get to the point now where we are also uncovering or working to undo the culture that supports artists. Like how do we even get an artist in this space who is essentially on top of the world instill talks like this. How did we get that. Why does he feel comfortable here. Doing that wallin apologized the statement to tmz. Saying i'm embarrassed and sorry. I used an unacceptable and inappropriate racial slur that i wish i could take back. There are no excuses to use this type of language ever. I want to sincerely apologize for using the word i promised to do better but for some the apology was too little too
FTC says Amazon took $62 million in tips from drivers
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The Tale of Manti Teo
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Kentucky Supreme Court upholds Gov. Beshear's mask mandate, emergency restrictions
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Stocks close higher, with the Dow up 328 points
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Wall Street steadies itself after 4-day losing streak
"And after a miserable day on Wall Street yesterday, let's check in on the markets. They're about to open this morning and we check in with W. B. C's Dave Caruso. What are we in for today, Dave? Well, Jeff not as bad as yesterday. That's for sure. You know, we had a rough day yesterday with a three day losing streak, and you know if I looked at it this morning, Tao is mostly positive. Right now it's about up 15. So we'll take that one on the Dow outside a Zen PF about 10 NASDAQ doing a little bit better, so a little bit of strength there. It's up about 70 and again just remind, Ah reminder. There are only about 10% off of their high, so we'll be looking for
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"taos" Discussed on True Consequences
"And he confirmed that Ivan was strange and he also stated that he was known to have a gun here's the thing about the bullet Hole Roxanne skull when it was looked into it turned out that the the diameter of the bullet was not a common size for guns in the US so that made it a little bit easier for police to narrow it down when they were looking at potential murder weapons so police least decided follow up with Ivan to see if they could learn more from him and hopefully get closer to uncovering what happened to Roxanne in the interview he started claiming he was being set up he adamantly denied ever having a gun but many of the residents of the two peaks area confirmed that Ivan did have a gun eventually somebody came came forward and told the police that they bought a gun from Ivan when the police asked that person turn it over right away please the follow up with Ivan to see if they could learn more from him and hopefully get closer to uncovering what happened to Roxanne in this interview he started claiming that he was being set up and being framed he claimed adamantly that he did not have a gun even though many residents of two peaks verified and confirmed the he did have a gun so before the interview wrapped up I started to bring something up he claimed that he and Johnny went looking for firewood in July near two peaks wchs he started talking about a burn bra and he claimed that he found that while looking for firewood however the information about the burn earn Bra was never released to the public the only people who knew about the bra where the Haggerty's law enforcement and the killer he also stated they found a bone in that area this caught the attention of the investigator because everything was so circumstantial he really couldn't keep him there but it did it seemed like Ivan was trying to explain away why is DNA may be found on Roxanne's remains and belongings Ivan immediately became the top suspect well this is happening somebody comes forward from the task community to say that they purchased a gun from Ivan the police asked that person turn the gun over and they did as the forensics team was looking at the ballistics and comparing the barrel size to the gunshot wound Roxanne skull they found that it was a match now we all know that this cat one hundred percent be proven but the fact that the diameter of the bullet was not something that's common in this country made made it pretty clear that there's a good chance this is the murder weapon so please call Ivan back for more questions he agreed to meet the police the next day but he never I showed he took off and he went on the Lam so police asked the public to be on the lookout for Ivan and somebody called in end with an anonymous tip to claim that Ivan Liz at the Saint Elizabeth men shelter in Santa Fe New Mexico apparently he was registered under an alias and he had changed his appearance so when the police got there they found out he was registered under the alias Joseph Richmond he grew a full beard and shaved his head so that he would not appear like the wanted posters that were placed all over the state investigators were able to identify him by the Tattoos Hatano arm let's talk about Ivan so Ivan is originally from West Virginia he was known to be a domestic abuser her there's a rumor that his wife left him and went into hiding because of his abuse many people also said that he was known for really hating aiding women so nine months after Roxanne disappeared on February twenty third two thousand fifteen Ivan was arrested for murder he was charged with first degree murder and tampering with evidence this was due to the fact this was due to the fact that Ivan had sold his gun and tried to cover up his crimes while in jail awaiting trial I've began sketching the detective on this case became came interested in the sketches and soon learned that every sketch had the word which hunter written title you see Ivan Convinced that Roxanne was an evil which he thought for sure that she had cursed him and put spells on him one of the key witnesses in the trial was his cellmate who shared that Ivan said the only way to stop a witch from cursing you is to kill them but the people in the two peaks area area also shared the Ivan claim to be afraid of Roxanne so in two thousand sixteen the trial starts in Taos New Mexico the the trial goes I believe for about two months and the jury goes out for four and a half hours and they come back with a conviction guilty on both counts he was sentenced to life in prison so recently in the last couple years Ivan Kale's appealed the conviction listen to the State Supreme Court in New Mexico however the conviction was upheld and he's going to serve out the the rest of his life in prison I know doesn't bring Roxanne back and this is a horrible story about the demise of young woman's life but there there is some solace in the fact that I've been is not going to be free ever again to hurt anybody else in that is the true story of the murder of Roxanne Houston Ivan Denning Scales the witch-hunter thanks for listening to consequences I hope you enjoyed this episode don't forget to check us out on social media and tell your friends about us a share would go a long way we are listener supported so if you feel feel so inclined check out our patron page good a patriot dot com slash true consequences without you we have no show so I appreciate all of our patrons turns in fact I'd like to finish out to a couple of new patrons today Lisa m donated at the twenty dollars a month Green Chili level thank you lisa for your donation Mo nick s gave a one time donation through pay pal a twenty dollars thank you money I appreciate you check back with us next Monday we'll have a new episode of drew consequences that's a quences thank you stay safe New Mexico and now I present to you the Promo for true crime by the book a true crime podcast I enjoy. 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"taos" Discussed on True Consequences
"And he confirmed that Ivan was strange and he also stated that he was known to have a gun. Here's the thing about the bullet Hole Roxanne skull when it was looked into it turned out that the the diameter of the bullet was not a common size for guns in the US so that made it a little bit easier for police to narrow it down when they were looking at potential murder weapons so police least a second follow up with Ivan to see if they could learn more from him and hopefully get closer to uncovering what happened to Roxanne in the interview. He started claiming he was being set up. He adamantly denied ever having a gun but many of the residents of the two peaks area confirmed that Ivan did have a gun eventually. Somebody came came forward and told the police that they bought a gun from Ivan when the police asked that person turned it over right away please the follow up with Ivan to see if they could learn more from him and hopefully get closer to uncovering what happened Roxanne in this interview. He started claiming he was being set up and being framed he claimed adamantly that he did not have a gun. Even though many residents of two peaks verified and confirmed the he did have a gun so before the interview wrapped up. I started to bring something up. He claimed that he and Johnny went looking for firewood in July near two peaks. Wchs he started talking about a burn Bra and he claimed that he found that while looking for firewood. However the information about the burn earn Bra was never released to the public? The only people who knew about the Bra where the Haggerty's law enforcement and the killer he also stated they found a bone in that area. This caught the attention of the investigator. Because everything was so circumstantial. He really couldn't keep him there but it did. It seemed like Ivan was trying to explain away why is DNA may be found on Roxanne's remains and belongings Ivan immediately. became the top suspect. Well this is happening. Somebody comes forward from the task community to say that they purchased a gun from Ivan. The police asked that person Turn the gun over and they did as the forensics team was looking at the ballistics and comparing the barrel size to the gunshot wound Roxanne Skull. They found that it was a match. Now we all know that this cat one hundred percent be proven but the fact that the diameter of the bullet was not something. That's common in this country. Made made it pretty clear that there's a good chance. This is the murder weapon so please call Ivan back for more questions. He agreed to meet the police the next day but he never I showed he took off and he went on the Lam. So police asked the public to be on the lookout for Ivan. And somebody called end with an anonymous tip to claim that Ivan Liz at the Saint Elizabeth men shelter in Santa Fe New Mexico. Apparently he was registered the under an alias and he had changed his appearance so when the police got there they found out. He was registered under the alias. Joseph Richmond he grew a full beard and shaved his head so that he would not appear like the wanted posters that were placed all over the state. Investigators were able to identify him by the Tattoos. Hatano arm let's talk about Ivan so Ivan is originally from West Virginia. He was known to be a domestic abuser. Her there's a rumor that his wife left him and went into hiding because of his abuse. Many people also said that he was known for really hating aiding women so nine months after Roxanne disappeared on February twenty third two thousand fifteen Ivan was arrested for murder. He was charged with first degree murder and tampering with evidence. This was due to the fact this was due to the fact that Ivan had sold his gun and tried to cover up his crimes while in jail awaiting trial. I've began sketching the detective. On this case became came interested in the sketches and soon learned that every sketch had the word which hunter written title. You see Ivan convinced that Roxanne was an evil which he thought for sure that she had cursed him and put spells on him. One of the key. Witnesses in the trial was his cellmate. Who shared that Ivan said the only way to stop a witch from cursing? You is to kill them. But a people in the two peaks area area also shared the Ivan claim to be afraid of Roxanne so in two thousand sixteen. The trial starts Intel's New Mexico. The the trial goes I believe for about two months and the jury goes out for four and a half hours and they come back with a conviction guilty on both counts. He was sentenced to life in prison so recently. In the last couple years Ivan Kale's appealed the conviction listen to the State Supreme Court in New Mexico however the conviction was upheld and he's going to serve out the the rest of his life in prison. I know doesn't bring Roxanne back and this is a horrible story about the demise of young woman's life but there there is some solace in the fact that I've been is not going to be free ever again to hurt anybody else in that is the true story of the murder of Roxanne Houston Ivan Jennings Kale's the witch-hunter thanks for listening to consequences. I hope you enjoyed this episode. Don't forget to check us out on social media and tell your friends about us a share would go a long way. We are listener supported. So if you feel Gilson inclined check out our patron page good a patriot dot com slash true consequences without you. 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"taos" Discussed on True Consequences
"Back to chew consequences I'm your host Eric Carter London today we're discussing a case I wasn't fully aware of until recently my sources were a few things so there's an article from Taus News there's the article in the Mountain Messenger Dot Com there's also an article on the Santa Fe New Mexican and a lot of information I got was from the murder order in the heartland episode about this case this case occurred near tells New Mexico House in northern New Mexico it is an incredibly beautiful the area it's very scenic and it's one of the most beautiful parts of New Mexico although that is just my opinion houses just south of the Colorado border the rocky mountains rest just to the east of Taus the rain specifically near talents is known as the Sangre decrease still mountain or we translate that into English it's the blood of Christ but Rio grounded Sunday snakes to the west of the city the erosion caused by the river created what's called the Rio Grande Gorge the gorge is about eight hundred feet deep and you can images of it on my social media pages as well as my website again just reminder facebook is true consequences pot instagram is the same true consequences quences pod and twitter is true cons on our website is www dot shoe consequences dot com the waters of the Rio Grande Day in this area turquoise blue narrow several parts of the river that actually have Whitewater rapids it is stunning you often find people writing those Whitewater rapids five fishing shing swimming in the river it's really just a bucolic gorgeous area in the mountains you find many tourists coming out from other parts of the country to ski in Fact House has one of the best areas in New Mexico houses also known as an artist community is also home to one of the nineteen tribes a publ native Americans pins in Mexico the task Pueblo Indians it's considered to be a very spiritual place as a result it's also a haven for hippies spiritualists and people seeking a more more natural way of life in fact there's a community of earth ship owners never heard Earth's chips well you should look them up they're pretty fascinating their homes that are built into the earth and made out of recycled materials like tires glass bottles aluminum cans dirt some of them are surprisingly chic in modern and some of them are just plain weird they're off the grid so they used things like solar power wind power cycle water all that stuff but I digress arrests you didn't come here today to listen to a commercial on Taus tourism or even to get history on earth ships or ECO friendly housing so I'll move on on so on December twenty fifth two Thousand Fifteen Elizabeth in Rob Hegarty decided to go hiking near the two peaks area which is close to house in two weeks area is basically a mountain that has what looks like two peaks which is why they call it that they were really just trying to take their dogs on a walk near Taus Mesa they wanted to honor one of their dogs that had recently been put down they were hiking along a dry riverbed and well on the hike they stumbled upon a whole role which they didn't suspect really anything about it at first until their dogs began to dig at the area it quickly became apparent they had stumbled upon a shallow grave in fact Robin Elizabeth noticed something strange when they saw a bone sticking out of the ground it turns out that the dogs had uncovered what look Femur as well as a bra that look like a hidden badly burned according to rob and Elizabeth Davis sure something terrible had happened there and they were almost certain it was a murder so the couple called the police to report the incident the police met with them and the Haggerty's escorted the police to the site so the interesting thing here is as soon as the police got there they knew something was up and on the episode of murder in the heartland the police start talking about what what an unsafe area to pieces in fact it's considered to be kind of dangerous because a lot of people are living off the grid and they're living off the grid for a reason they're really trying to avoid interacting with authorities the often find a camper trailers mobile homes makeshift earth earth ships that kind of thing in the two peaks area in fact there really aren't any pave roads and city utilities do not go there police officers believe anarchists live in the two peaks area all right but let's get back to the story here so when the police got there the body was almost completely decomposed they took the body I to the medical examiner to conduct an autopsy the medical examiner determined the body was an adult female African American they also determined that she had been dead for at least six months if not more one of the things about ethicist houses of very snowy area in New Mexico so it's really hard to tell how long that body had been there especially because the snow could have really helped preserve the remains for a little bit longer so one of the things that was apparent was that there's a significant amount of skull goal damage in the shape of a whole which led the police to believe that it was a potential gunshot wound the medical examiner ruled the cause of death as a homicide now the the police launch a full investigation to try to figure out not only who this woman was but what happened to her so they started to come through missing persons reports one of the people that stood out to police right away was Roxanne Houston so Roxanne was born in Colorado Springs and the the police reached out to her parents the police informed Roxanne's of parents that they found a body near the House Mesa and they wanted to make sure that it wasn't her so they ask the parents to send something that they could use to compare to the bones the parents sent over a cat scan the police had the medical investigator. Compare you're the scan to the skeletal remains it was a match so Roxanne actually live in Colorado Springs until two thousand thirteen she moved to New Mexico Exco her boyfriend Vernon one of the things found in one of the sources that I'm going to list on the show notes is there speculation that Roxanne was bipolar she was known to be a practicing practicing wiccan she also had four children which have been adopted because Houston's life was a little complicated Houston disappeared in July of two thousand fourteen and it took six months for her body to be found once the police had the victim they started trying to figure out who the culprit was who's responsible taking her life so they start interviewing people and they really start looking in the two peaks area because Roxane did live there in fact she and burn and moved to the two peaks area and moved in with another person named Johnny in the episode of murder in the heartland a lot of people were being interviewed and and many of them claim to be very close to Roxanne one of the major themes in what was heard in those interviews was the fact that Roxanne was a very very generous and kind person in fact she would often run errands for people who lived to peaks area especially for people who had a hard time getting around there was one gentleman in particular who talked about the fact that she would often go and buy groceries for him because he was unable to get out really wasn't dairy generous and kind thing for her to do so one of the weird twists in the scenario is there seemed to be a little bit of a love triangle between Johnny and Vernon and Roxanne you see one single Dan with Jani Roxanne started to develop feelings for Johnny which made Vernon very jealous and Johnny was also jealous jealous of Vernon C imagine that they quickly moved up to the top of the suspect lists I think you know you're listening to this show and if you listen to any true crime podcasts or watch true crime shows that most of the time they're pretty sure it's going to be an intimate partner that's responsible for something I like this so they started questioning both johnny and Vernon along with that the question several friends one of Roxane's friends claimed that she had seen Roxana on the day that she disappeared she said that she had met her near Johnny's House and she explained that Roxanne told her her her and Johnny had a big fight the night before and she was planning to move back to Colorado she going to help him find a place to live and get him am settled and then she would come back to us after she was done so let's talk about Johnny Johnny was an intimate partner of Roxanne he actually was the person who reported her missing again like I said he was in a bit of a love triangle between Roxana Burnin but he was the one who invited both of them to live with him so the Janis Jealousy was actually what precipitated the fight the night before she disappeared and he was extremely jealous Vernon in fact he thought that Roxanne was going to leave him for him that night route ten left Johnny's house in Johnny also left to go to a friend's house he actually didn't realized that she was even gone until he got home so the police believe that Vernon's possible motive was that Roxanne had left him for Johnny they also thought the Janis possible motive was at Roxanne was unwilling to let go her relationship with Martin and that's actually the fight so they were kind of going back and forth between and Johnny is Vernon who's responsible here as they're going to investigation and questioning Johnny he brings up an interesting point he claims that there's as a man who lived in a tent on his property named Ivan he said Ivan has a gun he also said he thought the Ivan was strange range and could have been responsible for this so the police started looking into Ivan they found him and they interviewed him he denied any involvement and and he pointed to the fact that Roxanne Johnny were fighting so loudly that he heard them in his tent he actually moved his camp so when they asked him if he owned any any firearms he stated that he did not he shared the shotgun in twenty two but that was in the past he a handgun Ivan then points insist finger at Burnin he thought that for sure burning had a gun and he thought maybe Vernon was responsible because he was jealous of Johnny. Here's here's the problem Ivan didn't have an alibi the other problem was he really didn't seem to have a motive he wasn't romantically involved with Roxanne in a really wasn't linked to her in any way negatively or positively so the police then turn their attention to Vernon again they found out that he had some history he he had a police record with petty crime and he'd been known to be very jealous as law enforcement turned their attention vernon he disappeared so so they made it a point to find him is starting to look really suspicious like media Vernon was responsible for this the police investigated and learned and that running was actually in jail in Colorado they went to Colorado to interview him confirm that Roxanne was supposed to meet him in the House and take him back to Colorado Oh but she stood him up she never showed up when the police told him that she had passed away he became extremely emotional and burst into tears Vernon said that he didn't believe it johnny had anything to do with it Brian was.
"taos" Discussed on True Consequences
"Back to chew consequences. I'm your host Eric Carter London today. We're discussing a case. I wasn't fully aware of until recently my sources were a few things. So there's an article from Taus News. There's in his article in the mountain. MESSENGER DOT COM. There's also an article on the Santa Fe New Mexican and a lot of information. I got was from the murder order in the heartland episode about this case. This case occurred near tells New Mexico House in northern New Mexico. It is an incredibly beautiful. The area it's very scenic and it's one of the most beautiful parts of New Mexico. Although that is just my opinion houses just south of the Colorado border the rocky mountains rest just to the east of Taus. The Rain specifically near talents is known as the SANGRE decrease still mountain or we translate that into English. It's the blood of Christ but Rio. Grounded Sunday snakes to the west of the city. The erosion caused by the river created. What's called the Rio Grande Gorge? The gorge is about eight hundred feet deep and you can images of it on my social media pages as well as my website again just reminder. FACEBOOK is true consequences pot. INSTAGRAM is the same true consequences. QUENCES POD and twitter is true cons pod our website is www dot shoe consequences dot com the waters of the Rio Grande Day in this area turquoise blue narrow several parts of the river that actually have Whitewater rapids. It is stunning. You often find people writing those Whitewater rapids. Five fishing shing swimming in the river. It's really just a bucolic gorgeous area. In the mountains you find many tourists coming out from other parts of the country to ski. In Fact House has one of the best areas in New Mexico houses also known as an artist community is also home to one of the nineteen tribes a Pablo Native Americans pins in Mexico the task Pueblo Indians. It's considered to be a very spiritual place as a result it's also a haven for hippies spiritualists and people seeking a more more natural way of life. In fact there's a community of earth ship owners never heard Earth's chips. Well you should look them up. They're pretty fascinating. Their homes that are built into the earth and made out of recycled materials like tires glass bottles aluminum cans dirt. Some of them are surprisingly chic in modern and some of them are just plain weird. They're off the grid so they used things like solar power wind power cycle water all that stuff. But I digress arrests. You didn't come here today to listen to a commercial on Taus tourism or even to get history on earth ships or ECO friendly housing. So I'll move on on so on December twenty fifth two Thousand Fifteen Elizabeth in Rob Hegarty decided to go hiking near the two peaks area which is close to house in two weeks. Area is basically a mountain that has what looks like two peaks which is why they call it that they were really just trying to take their dogs on a walk near Taus Mesa. They wanted to honor one of their dogs that had recently been put down. They were hiking along a dry riverbed and well on the hike they stumbled upon a whole role which they didn't suspect really anything about it. At first until their dogs began to dig at the area. It quickly became apparent they had stumbled upon a shallow grave. In Fact Robin Elizabeth noticed something strange when they saw a bone sticking out of the ground it turns out that the dogs had uncovered. What look Femur as well as a Bra that look like a hidden badly burned according to rob and Elizabeth Davis sure something terrible had happened there and they were almost certain it was a murder so the couple called the police to report the incident? The police met with them and the HAGGERTY's escorted the police to the site. So the interesting thing here is as soon as the police got there. They knew something was up and on the episode of murder in the heartland. The police start talking about what what an unsafe area to pieces. In fact it's considered to be kind of dangerous because a lot of people are living off the grid and they're living off the grid for a reason they're really trying to avoid interacting with authorities. The often find a camper trailers mobile homes makeshift earth earth ships that kind of thing in the two peaks area in fact there really aren't any paved roads and city. Utilities do not go there. Police officers believe anarchists live in the two peaks area. All right. But let's get back to the story here so when the police got there. The body was almost completely decomposed. They took the body I to the medical examiner to conduct an autopsy. The medical examiner determined the body was an adult female African American. They also determined that she had been dead for at least six months if not more one of the things about ethicist houses of very snowy area in New Mexico so it's really hard to tell how long that body had been there especially because the snow could have really helped preserve the remains for a little bit longer so one of the things that was apparent was there's a significant amount of skull goal damage in the shape of a whole which led the police to believe that it was a potential gunshot wound. The medical examiner ruled the cause of death as a homicide. Now the the police launch a full investigation to try to figure out not only who this woman was but what happened to her so they started to come through missing persons reports. One of the people that stood out to police right away was Roxanne Houston so Roxanne was born in Colorado Springs and the the police reached out to her parents. The police informed Roxanne's of parents that they found a body near the House Mesa and they wanted to make sure that it wasn't her so they ask the parents to send something that they could use to compare to the bones. The parents sent over a cat scan. The police had the medical investigator. Compare are the scan to the skeletal remains. It was a match so Oxana Houston actually live in Colorado Springs until two thousand thirteen. She moved to New Mexico Exco her boyfriend Vernon one of the things found in one of the sources. I am going to list on the show notes. Is there speculation that Roxanne was bipolar. She was known to be a practicing practicing wiccan. She also had four children which have been adopted. Because Houston's life was a little complicated Houston disappeared in July of two thousand fourteen and it took six months for her body to be found. Once the police had the victim they started trying to figure out who the culprit was. Who's responsible taking her life? So they start interviewing people and they really start looking in the two peaks area because Roxane did live there in fact she and burn and moved to the two peaks area and moved in with another person named Johnny in the episode of murder in the heartland a lot of people were being interviewed and and many of them claim to be very close to Roxanne. One of the major themes in what was heard in those interviews was the fact that Roxanne was a very very generous and kind person in fact she would often run errands for people who lived to peaks area especially for people who had a hard time getting around. There was one gentleman in particular who talked about the fact that she would often go and buy groceries for him because he was unable to get out really wasn't very generous and kind thing for her to do so. One of the weird twists in the scenario is there seemed to be a little bit of a love triangle between Johnny and Vernon and Roxanne. You see one single Dan with Jani Roxanne started to develop feelings for Johnny which made Vernon very jealous and Johnny was also jealous jealous of Vernon see you can imagine that they quickly moved up to the top of the suspect lists. I think you know you're listening to this show. And if you listen to any true crime podcasts or watch true crime shows that most of the time. They're pretty sure it's going to be an intimate partner. That's responsible for something. I like this. So they started questioning both johnny and Vernon along with that the question several friends one of Roxane's friends claimed that She had seen Roxana on the day that she disappeared. She said that she had met her near Johnny's House and she explained that Roxanne told her her her and Johnny had a big fight the night before and she was planning to move back to Colorado. She going to help him find a place to live and get him. AM settled and then she would come back to us after she was done. So let's talk about Johnny. Johnny was an intimate partner of Roxanne. He actually was the person who reported her missing Again like I said. He was in a bit of a love triangle between Roxana Burnin but he was the one who invited both of them to live with him. So the Janis. Jealousy was actually what precipitated the fight the night before she disappeared and he was extremely jealous Vernon in fact he thought that Roxanne was going to leave him for him that night. Route ten left Johnny's house in Johnny also left to go to a friend's house he actually didn't realized that she was even gone until he got home. So the police believe that. Vernon's possible motive. was that Roxanne had left him for Johnny. They also thought the Janis possible motive was at Roxanne was unwilling to let go her relationship with Martin. And that's actually what caused the fight. So they were kind of going back and forth between and Johnny is Vernon who's responsible here as they're going to investigation and questioning Johnny. He brings up an interesting point. He claims that there's as a man who lived in a tent. On his property named Ivan he said Ivan has a gun he also said he thought the Ivan was strange range and could have been responsible for this so the police started looking into Ivan. They found him and they interviewed him. He denied any involvement and and he pointed to the fact that Roxanne Johnny were fighting so loudly that he heard them in his tent. He actually moved his camp so when they asked him if he owned any any firearms he stated that he did not he shared the shotgun in twenty two but that was in the past he denied owning a handgun Ivan. Then points insist finger at Burnin. He thought that for sure burning had a gun and he thought maybe Vernon was responsible because he was jealous of Johnny. Here's here's the problem Ivan. Didn't have an alibi. The other problem was he really didn't seem to have a motive. He wasn't romantically involved with Roxanne in a really wasn't linked to her. In any way negatively or positively so the police then turn their attention to Vernon again. They found out that he had some history he He had a police record with petty crime and he'd been known to be very jealous as law enforcement turned their attention vernon he disappeared so so they made it a point to find him is starting to look really suspicious. Like Media Vernon was responsible for this. The police investigated and learned and that running was actually in jail in Colorado. They went to Colorado to interview him. Confirm that Roxanne was supposed to meet him in the House and take him back to Colorado. Oh but she stood him up. She never showed up when the police told him that she had passed away. He became extremely emotional and burst into tears Vernon said that he didn't believe it. Johnny had anything to do with it. Brandon was.
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"In for the vacationing Phil Valentine he returns to a next Monday but may and we have a lot of stuff going on today you're not gonna believe the audio I have of Corey Lewin Taos ski I Jerry Nadler man they're going toe to toe in Nadler's first attempt to interview a witness in his a quote unquote impeachment hearings in the house Judiciary Committee it's just it's like three minutes of fun is what it is we'll talk about that Benjamin Netanyahu saying his political fate is apparently hanging in the balance in Israel this could get very interesting so we're watching that the president was absolutely on fire last night in New Mexico and the New York times Brad Cavanaugh that whole situation continues now the writers are speaking out and that some local news as well that illegal alien you remember him the one that had that violent criminal history and was shot by ice will apparently now he has been arrested for coming back into America after he was deported and that the governor governor Lee is asking for a block grant from the feds for ten care it is a move that is being called unprecedented we will tell you why so just a lot going on also by the way. secretary of state Mike Pompeii is heading to Saudi Arabia man I told you there's just a lot of stuff going on so can't wait to I spend the next four hours with you the phone number is always six one five seven three seven ninety nine eighty six six one five seven three seven W. W. T. and so it was a big day for Jerry Nadler today he was absolutely in his element you know it's it's all about impeachment for the Democrats in Korean doing Taos ski is guy he he came loaded for Nadler's matter fact that he was testifying today as the house judiciary committee's first formal witness as they work to yes impeach president trump and it's all about this notion that the president obstructed justice abuse of power all of these things that they've been working towards for the last two years you know the great thing is this is something that is no doubt going to blow up in their faces just like everything else and so I've got some audio for you it is right in the opening moments of the testimony and dead Nadler of course as starts into the questioning and by the way this is on the heels of a Corey Lewin Taos ski he really came out swinging will play some idea for you as well have Lewin Taos ski is opening statements but at least for me the back and forth between Nadler and that Lou in Taos ski is classic because Nadler starts in to their questioning and I want you to listen very closely because what little in Taos ski is doing it's absolutely brilliant because Lewin douse give course former right we all know who he is former campaign manager for trump is an adviser as well and so little in Taos ski is forcing Nadler to recite the passage in the mall of report that he's being questioned about it and so Nadler he's just he doesn't know what to do because he doesn't have the exact passages far is white died the verbiage is in the mall of report he's just got his notes and Lewin Taos ski. is refusing to answer the questions entail I'd never actually reads what is in the mall the report it went something like this is through the house he is it correct that is reported in the mobile report on June nineteenth two thousand seventeen you met alone in the oval office with the president. I said is is there a book and page ME can reference me to place I don't have a copy of the report in front of me volume two page ninety but I I simply ask you is it correct that as reported in the remote point on June nineteenth two thousand seventeen you met alone in the oval office with the president could you read the exact language reporter I don't have available to me. I don't think I need to do that I have limited time did you meet alone with the president that date. gosh I'd like you to refresh my memory by providing a copy the reports so I can follow along. you don't have a copy with you I don't have a cover their poor condition. Clark was the chairman I requested that the clock the stop while this rate is sorted out. yeah it's realize Nadler only has limited time to to pry whatever information he can out of Lewin Dallas game and so everybody immediately realizes and if you watch the video you can see that Nadler about midway through here starts to realize exactly what at Lewin Taos ski is doing because the White House counsel told the committee that will in Taos ski could not talk about any conversations he had with trump unless they were already mentioned in the molar report which is exactly why Lewin Taos ski is making the play that he is and so when you look at the the face of Jerry Nadler it's almost comical in a way because he's getting really frustrated and if you know anything about a Jerry Nadler you know he's a big guy or at least he he used to be a big guy and you can tell you know he's getting frustrated his his cheek Sir or getting you know kind to read and you can just tell he's he's really steaming in our everybody's arguing and everybody's talking about stopping and starting the clock in in the whole thing just descends into chaos I'm sorry counsel page wasn't it clock should have been stopped in should remains the. not page ninety volume two. okay which paragraph Sir I don't have it in front of me. I'd like a reference or so I can follow along and what you're asking. have an independent recollection of whether you met with the president on that date because I'm just trying to find in the mall report which states that. will you have in front of you I gave you the present the the page number yeah what where and page ninety is it Sir. Mister chairman yesterday clock miss no I don't have to start the clock he's filibustering. bottom of page nine filibustering is a dynamic that crossed the hall and this is actual questions being known as a German point of parliamentary inquiry Mr chairman that's not a general status point of parliamentary inquiry Mr chairman is it appropriate for a witness to refuse to answer a question instead the demand that we reference and point him to I asked that that Miller poor be close the windows be directed to answer the question the answer is not appropriate but it's on the bottom two lines of that page yeah it's so you can tell the whole thing again is just descending into chaos you've got you know the Republicans who are saying well now you know filibustering is actually what they do on the other side in the Senate ya and all these things and it's just if for whatever reason he just made my day you know I'm not a big fan of Jerry Nadler. early this is a guy who just lives and dies by one word. yeah I know that words not donuts it's impeachment it was already contentious by the way since the president decided to for bed former White House aides rob Porter and Rick I Dearborn to testify saying they are absolutely immune from testimony so Nadler he's already angry and so now he is apparently charging the president with obstructing the house Democrats investigation and so now here we are they are arguing back and forth about the client can what is filibustering in you know whether this is proper whether this is improper they're arguing about all kinds of things and it was pretty much like that actually throughout the pretty much the entire hearing as a woman downscale was there on the stand here's more of of that conversation is at what point of point of order when will the clock start Mister chairman still the clock once the questions as Mr on the clock should start under overview second line. parliamentary inquiry measurement the gentleman who we want to order the witness has the time in one order is a good question do we. a point of order over rising Mr when you know that its general status point of order floodwaters once the question is an **** and reference properly to the witness to answer the question the clock should start. true it cannot be they'll while you in your counsel bill over notes Collins Republican. the gentleness corrected gently clock will start. and the quick and the witness will answer the question without further delay. yes I see that report thank you for. it took it took forty minutes to get to yeah that's the report. I understand why Lewin gasket is doing what he's doing listen we know what this whole thing is all about it's all about and we've been talking about this box it it's all about the Democrats won trying to do whatever they can to continuously harassed president tron but the other thing that you could say is that they're trying to keep the word impeachment whether we're talking about the impeachment of a president trump the impeachment of judge birthday Cavanaugh just the word impeachment it's got to be in the headlines literally everywhere that is what they're going to live and die by here as we head into the twenty twenty elections. you know never in the Democrats on the committee they just simply want to keep pounding the point that president trump obstructed justice and Republicans have been talking about how in this is what they've been discussing here for the last several hours Republicans have been talking about how this is simply a waste of time there are so many other things right now that they could be dealing with like actual Russian interference in elections around the world illegal immigration to drugs and all these other things that are coming across our southern border so this is something that is going to be a constant here in the news for quite some time and that is exactly how the Democrats wanted but here's the thing. when you see the bullying efforts of the Democrats against the trump administration and people that used to what work with president trump on the campaign trail like Corey Lewandowski let me tell you something folks I guess illumined owski is running for Senate in New Hampshire I believe a lease is thinking about it the more that the Democrats look like bullies the worse it's going to be for them so a number of things that did Lewin down ski said in his opening statement and I've got some audio here Brian if you could pull out my computer Hey he talked about how this investigation as simply put this is all about the harassment of the Democrats as for actual collusion a conspiracy there was none. what there has been however is harassment this president from the day he won the election he's absolutely right I mean we we've talked about this we've talked about V. Democrats and all these operatives in when president trump was taking the oath of office you know there and involve rooms in hotel rooms and offices all across Washington DC all across the swamp and what are they doing. they're trying to figure out how to impeach president trump and we all know what Peter struck and Lisa page were texting back and forth about as far as that insurance policy it was all about the mall a report it was all about.
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"Taos ski says little the US sues Snowden I'm like more I was not so I think illegal congressman former trump campaign chairman Corey Lewandowski is frustrating Democrats on the house Judiciary Committee by refusing to answer questions in today's impeachment hearing ours and I was provide a letter that I believe this committee was assigned it's as active as explained below Mr Lewin does his conversation with the president and the senior adviser to the president are protected from disclosure by long standing long settled principles really acting executive branch confidentiality interests and as a result the White House is directing Mr Lewandowski not to provide information about such communication is young and summation provide the portions of the report the chairman Jerry Nadler not only we are not a government employee but these questions are about the president's efforts to interfere with the criminal investigation of himself and nothing to do with official government business this is clearly just part of the presence continue to tempt a government cover up his actions is obstructing a congressional investigation by preventing you from telling the American people the truth about his misconduct you will not succeed we will not be deterred Israeli voters are deciding whether Benjamin Netanyahu will get a fourth consecutive term correspondent Oren Liebermann in Jerusalem this remains a race that is too close to call and that's election polls have predicted over the course of the last three months there's no claim of victory yet that we're seeing from either of these parties everyone is waiting his last two hours of voting the look at the exit polls which will suggest were possible result may be the justice department is two dead words Snowden newly to Merrick an intelligence secrets in twenty thirteen for allegedly breaking decades old contract he signed with intelligence agencies when he published a book Pittsburgh Pirates all star closer fully pay vast Wes has been arrested on felony charges of **** and soliciting a child he's been placed on administrative leave by Major League Baseball on Wall Street the Dow was down twenty three S. and P. up one.
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"Hearings investigating allegations of corruption obstruction and abuse of power against the president. the investigation will go well beyond the four corners of the Mollen report I will be starting with the first hearing on September seventeenth we expect among others we expect missile in Taos ski blue in Taos ski to testify. is there a person in America who can count to ten. who thinks that this is anything other than a political stunt. I really mean that is there is there a human being in this country. who has a a and the the most basic. process sees of of thought and reason. who believes that this is anything other than an opportunity for Democrats to get. grandstanding coverage of all of the thunderous accusations all making for the Congress that will go nowhere about obstruction and about how trump is damaging and destroying our democracy. yeah the bank Ghazi hearings are not a not a fair analogy to this because one Benghazi resulted in Americans dying as a real a real thing that the government mass stop. and beyond that. there were real reasons to be concerned about what happened going for what we know what happened so that you can avoid going forward we lost our first US ambassador since Vietnam. it's a big deal what are we even talking about here when they discuss this obstruction of justice the ten things trump said something to an adviser that didn't that didn't lead to anything in the oval office. really that's what they think. rob was angry that they were trying to undo his presidency so we said some things and nothing happened. and he never actually obstruct an investigation but they're gonna say that it was obstruction anyway. that's what's going on. even Nancy Pelosi you can tell us a little bit like and Hanna this is it okay and this is a good idea. but forty. thanks travel the entire country come with me sometime and you'll hear what the American people are saying they understand that into that impeachment is a very divisive measure but if we have to go there we'll have to go there but we can't go there unless we have the facts and we will follow the fax and we will follow the obstruction that the president is making up the side getting the facts and make a decision I'm ready that's the only question that's all I'm gonna say about this subject are they just. they just need the facts you see. they just need the fax. well here's the problem with that. that's what they told us the mall report was all about. getting the facts we got them and then they said we don't like these facts or these facts are not enough so now we're gonna pretend or waiting for more facts it needs more study not sure that we can ever get to a real conclusion here what have I always told you what is one of our our maxims here on the show the process is the punishment in this case the process. is the politics another doesn't really sound very eloquent but you know what I'm saying. by putting this out there by saying they're just chasing facts and want to get the bottom of things it excuse is what we know they're really going to be doing which is just running one long anti trump commercial on the floor of the house of representatives. and if they see the polls all of a sudden she suddenly shift toward. impeachment proceedings then maybe they'll go down that pathway but really this is just trying to bring this stuff up all over again. try to get some traction for the good news I think is the American people except for the most Die Hard Rachel Maddow MSNBC watchers. and Joe Scarborough loons and CNN who still watches CNN's real question I think everyone's tired of it every normal person is. now on I.
"taos" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The Taos all the screens are turned off you can help them to do talk about driving Illinois in a couple weeks what question is asking just to use the all love to get to today including until Jordan as I'm I'm breaking out in a segment on the internal clock hour yeah yeah I asked I I bring up the topic in any way and yes or no anything good idea bad idea so this one today asked with Mercedes something to do with the drivers in England people to buy cars so that'll be my nine thirty five feature yea or nay and also much opal today's sometime to get to so I hope and I click on but if we don't get to it then we'll get to later my Sobell today marquee police chief Alfonso browse announces apartment well publicized or release the names and photos convicted and sentenced a reckless driving or fleeing officer on their social media platforms I answer the question do you think this will help reduce crime in Waukegan made that a yea or nay as well that's come up a little bit later in the hour but we were talking about for the last few weeks and and primarily because of the of the fact in eight days we have three mass shootings in this country about us rights responsibilities what should happen or not happen with gun laws and legislation red flag laws but I I want to bring it back and run a play for your little a little piece of audio that I discovered on Facebook yesterday and it and it illustrates something that's I think parents society needs to listen to and then gauge whether or not we're all stepping up to reduce the likelihood of these kinds of events so are Jordan hill over that audio form.
"taos" Discussed on KOMO
"A motorcycle Roberts a Taos ski is with the company dying may say and in Soto created two types of jackets that can sense if you fall off the seat one with the tether the other with sensors has accelerometers and gyroscopes seven sensors in total and they all talk together once you fall the jacket inflates and it only takes a fraction of a cent a second to do so it protects your torso and apparently stabilizes your necked your neck but it does does cost some money the tether jacket sells for four hundred dollars the one with all the sensors about seven hundred dollars appears county man is sentenced for the twenty eighteen murders of two people in university place Valenzuela Felix pleaded guilty to two counts of second degree murder for the deaths of will Lopez Alcala and Adrian Valencia Cuevas according to his guilty plea statement Felix shot the two men after they drank together a barbecue may fourteenth and twenty eighteen let's call it is to be a report that Felix apologized to the victims families but didn't explain why he did it one other suspect was also arrested and is still awaiting trial a scam artist tricked an elderly man twice he eighty three year old Portland area man is likely embarrassed about the whole thing by now but he honestly thought he'd want to jackpot the first time a scammer call them at home the person on the phone told me just won a lottery prize but the claim that he needed to send them a percentage of the winnings so the unaware victim promptly wrote a check for twenty five thousand dollars it's a good thing the bank was suspicious they refused to cash a check so the scammer tried again and in the second phone call instructed the man to place fifteen thousand dollars in cash between the pages of notebooks and put all the notebooks in a box and then send the box there way has come was Brian Kelberg reports apparently the guy did it but some family got suspicious in the cops were able to stop the package before it was delivered at two forty an update on sports now from the Harley exterior sports desk muskies open fall camp this afternoon competition a word coaches use all the time but for the defending pac twelve champion Washington Huskies it has new meaning with graduation of a starting quarterback a running back and a huge part of the conference leading defense you'd up head coach Chris Petersen looking for new starters and depth over the next four weeks you guys gotta roll your eyes yeah there's competition but we really look at it like that it is but now you know there is when you lose those type of guys the dogs open this season in home August thirty first against eastern Washington on komo news day seven of Seahawks training camp in Renton tomorrow they board the buses and go to bottles pop teeny stadium for a sold out scrimmage after Thursday off it's the mariners and Astros plan some hardball in Houston tonight former Seattle lefty Wade Miley is on the mound for the Stroh's the Ms counter with four and seven you say cuckoo G. there's minor league baseball this evening and to come of the rain here's lock horns with Iowa every doc was socks on the home diamond to play Spokane at Everett's angel of the winds arena W. NBA hoops between the storm and the Washington mystics sports update to ten forty after the hour I'm bill Schwartz on the home of the Huskies come on news you know the mortgage.
"taos" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"All right now, let's move to TAOs. We've talked quite a bit about some Dennis Smith possible destinations. We talked about that earlier today. So I don't know that we need to spend that much time on him. I think you've heard those thoughts. Elsewhere. We've both been pretty clear that it's gonna be tough to get equal value Smith returned on Tuesday against the clippers played pretty well riccar was over the top few. It's always funny to me, the Mavs in particular will always to this like when they get some sort of a negative PR issue. They're just like so completely over the top. It's not quite Davey ager saying, oh, we got the next Westbrook. And Durant in FOX Marvin Bagley, but it's like pretty close to that the way he's been going out of his way to try to mend the bridge. That's something probably needed to be done. Anyway, I'm not sure though the deal can happen. The trade deadline me they'll look to revisit that in the summer. See how he plays the rest of the year. It seems like they're pretty much accepted the reality that they're out of it. Now twenty and twenty six I got a lot of teams ahead of them. So what are you looking for with these guys? So I mean, there are a couple of clarifying questions that they're front. Office needs to be asking themselves. One of them is how do they want to handle twenty nineteen? I mean, currently if they theoretically let deandre Jordan, Wes Matthews go. They would have about fifty million in space. Do they want that much space? Do they want to do something different? Would they be better off going after twenty twenty twenty twenty as one Harrison Barnes if he picks up his option? That's when he will come off because he has that lucrative player option for next year and Dwight Powell has a player option as well. You know, maybe he I he's under contract. I believe he's an option his his gonna pick it up. Yeah. It's to with through. So maybe they end up saying we can we can hold up. But again that might be something where supply dictates it. You know it played the right players. Don't say, yes. That may be they go in that direction, so Dallas, but whatever they can decide on early is probably beneficial for them. And specifically there I'm thinking of Harrison Barnes. There have been these rumors that Sacramento's interested in him. If Dallas feels that they're comfortable with Harrison Barnes, picking up is option by all means they could they can keep him. They have plenty of Catholics. And but either way, but if. There. You know, not not super about that. I think they should look at moving him. If there's if there's a worthwhile price, and then it's kind of the same story with Dennis Smith. They don't have to make move right now. But it feels like things are going in the direction where it'd be better to do it. Now, if you know that they're not going to be part of their future..