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"the oregonian" Discussed on PDX Executive Podcast

PDX Executive Podcast

02:17 min | 7 months ago

"the oregonian" Discussed on PDX Executive Podcast

"I think five or six times mike rockaway who's a business reporter for the oregonian. Mike good to see you. Thanks for for coming back. It was great to see. Thanks for having me back. You bet we've got a lot to talk about. Yeah it's been it's been Let's start there. I think the best thing is. Ipo's in my absence and since we've talked last there's been a lot going on so we can be touched base in each one in one. That's near and dear to my heart. Because i grew up in grants pass. I grew up with the board smith family that started it. I worked at dusk. Brothers one of my first jobs. Dutch brothers unbelievable. Ipo i try to get some stock at it just popped too high gotten away You know what's going on. i mean it just. I'll That that's i had no idea where from grants pass you know andrew scenes from our my colleague at the oregonian entertains from down around that area. I had no idea people jump now. I i i have to point out to you. It's not dutch brothers. its dutch bros. The company pronounces its name. At least now. I'm not sure that it was always that way but its dutch. Rose and you know it has been as my colleague ted second back in two thousand six we wrote a story whereas oregon's next billion dollar company and we hadn't had an ipo of any size at all there had been some companies that had gone public through little offerings things but since two thousand four Up until dutch bros and they held not in oregon company. No oregon company had some hadn't vancouver but dutch pros. Ipo was a smashing success by any any measure You know it the idea was it. Would trade around twenty two or twenty three dollars shared immediately shot up to top forty six. Let me look and see what their market. Yeah what is is right now. It's it's really something I gotta look over here But it's it's in the several billion dollars. Now yeah and.

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"the oregonian" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

07:38 min | 9 months ago

"the oregonian" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"From the supreme court and he. He spoke about what that means. I'm not gonna play the entire interview. You can hear it on the podcast. But here's a little bit about what we said big victory in the supreme court on the stay in mexico trump policy Explain that if you would please yes. So president trump dealing with the border crisis that had you know was pretty large on the obama administration because he had very similar policy with biden's doing was trying to figure out how to solve the problem. One of the things he did was put this policy in place. That said that if you're coming up in front asylum you don't get to stay in the country because people were doing. We're getting advice from immigration attorneys in. Us they were coming up and turning themselves into border border security border patrol and then they were just released for a couple years until they had their hearing and most of them weren't showing up the ones that were showing up only about fourteen percent qualified for sound. So president trump wait. This is a loophole. That's you know it's just killing us. So he he turned this into a policy where you have to stay in mexico and wait for your hearing instead of disappearing into the country. It worked really well. Our number started dropping significantly and the vitamin k came in immediately under that policy illegally without giving proper notices and doing the right things under federal law and we sued them. We gotta injunction in federal district court. It was they were. They appealed to the fifth circuit. Upheld the by the administration appealed to the us court and our injunction was upheld. So right now they are enjoying from not enforcing that that law and we're obviously will continue the battle to win in the end. I think we've got a really a chance according to the supreme court. I think this is incredibly important to what's going on. But would you explain the logistics of what that means in case. People don't understand the logistics of of what's going on the border of what's going on with the case. What what the stay in mexico looks like and why that's so important. Oh yeah it's huge. Because people were disappearing in the country. They were being led into wait for their hearing and literally. It was just a complete loophole. It was organized by lawyers in the united states. They would give advice. Everybody knew just claim loophole. Anybody could come in. Tell the border patrol. I need asylum and look. I think asylum legitimate issue. You people persecuted we. We try to protect those people but when everybody knows that the law and they can just come in but they have to adjudicate. We have to adjudicate those make. Sure they're legit and are we're so far behind in. Those trump was adding judges to do that. He was also making people. Wait that process stop. You know hundreds of thousands of people from basically claiming asylum. that didn't deserve it and really weren't persecuted. This is so important. We're seeing this policy in kabul right now by the way a second bomb has gone off and potentially a third there multiple reports. So you've got out of eighty five thousand people who've been evacuated from afghanistan. Only four thousand of them american and many more than that have been left there so so you've got peep we got eighty thousand people who've come here and we don't know who these people are. They're not being vetted of the people coming in and claiming asylum. They're being coached as to what to say. These are refugees. Just people who wanna come here maybe some of them going here and commit crimes or commit terrorism. But we're not using the rules of asylum that say people in a special situation. Hey you're the you're the south vietnamese after the fall of saigon your your translator who helped us in kabu. We're just anybody and everybody's coming in on the southern border and claiming asylum. I'll have to do is make the claim right. Yeah and i think because of our lawsuit now the administration has this new idea that they're going to just have you know border patrol agents instead of having a real hearing. Just have them ask questions. And then they get to approve. I i assume that too if that's what they end up doing but yeah there's no real vetting of any of these people whether coming from afghanistan or whether they're coming from one hundred fifty countries that people are coming across our southern border. We don't know where they're from. We don't know what they're trying to do. We don't know if they're sick. We don't know if they're part of the cartels we don't know if they're part of a terrorist group for some reason the bite administration doesn't care about all those bad consequences for our country. Our crime is rampant. You saw the story in the galleria here. Police officer shot and killed another guy critically injured downtown popular restaurant. Got legal. alien comes in and shoots the place up seventy days earlier. He's arrested with a gun Illegally in a bar It is a bad bad situation. I guess statewide you probably see this Going on across the state yes. I'm in austin a lot. Obviously working here we have the same problem here of how higher crime rates. They've defended the police by a third These policies they have consequences and those consequences of of letting the border can be open and inviting criminals to stay after they get out of prison. That's joe biden down. We've tried it. We're stopping that Allowing them to cross the border at will and then once our big cities get control and our da's they don't prosecute people that commit crimes and then they've stopped hiring law enforcement and cutting their budget. These are all logical consequences of doing those types of things are gonna lead to a higher crime and people dying people getting hurt and unfortunately those are the policies that george soros and and many of these democrats are pushing and it's it's really sad to see our cities and our state and people hurt by what they're doing. What are the other. Big cases are some of the biggest pajamas for every single one of them. But what are some of the other big issues that that you're working on right now through the courts to try to fight the by administration. Well so we also have several other immigration cases so we were successful on the original. Was the one hundred day moratorium on deportations. We won that. That one's moot now because one hundred as it passed We also stopped him now. From releasing prisoners who have been convicted of crimes who might be held in texas prisons or other state prisons and the the administration had had ignored federal law and they were not detaining those people in sending them out of the country. We got an injunction to stop them from doing that. Were they were releasing are illegals. Who are actually convicted criminals back into our country instead of deporting it so We've got i think seven Immigration law suits at thirteen on top of are probably twenty mask mandate cases that we're fighting around the state two and a half minutes. I know cybercrimes are a big deal. whether they be chinese or russian by origin or any number of other folks. And i know that something. Y'all work on Any any big developments in that area. So you know. We've worked behind the scenes with some like cities have been you know. Had the ransom issue and and tried to help them really more on technology side. Because we've worked really hard to protect our office. Obviously anybody can be subject to a hack. Because there's so much effort these days from the chinese and the russians and iran to do that but it's a significant issue for my office and its significance you for our state. because you know we're all potentially Can be a victim of some of the cyber security breaches. It is awful attorney general. Ken paxton you're welcome back on.

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"the oregonian" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

07:19 min | 9 months ago

"the oregonian" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"President biden will now demonstrate this word for us. Donald trump does pose an extra strength to this. The it's not hypothetical hypothetical next no strength. Okay the next. We've got is bad care. Bad care say trion care. President biden brock. And i think it's a right for people. I've added coker next. My bus been wet now. A common error on this one is people the stress on the wrong syllable. It's not my husband wet. It's not my boss. it's my husband. Went said my boss been wet next. We have a word. That's that's much simpler. Promised paul can you say palmist. President biden palmist. If we do. And i'm sure we can. We can claim palmist with the promise to wrote these following words right now that you've got four words in the bag we're gonna move on to a really complex biden's word do you think you're ready for. You're gonna have to pay attention here. This is sort of advanced level biden. Very long word. Okay this is what it is. It's very long word. are you ready. True under dash dubbed depressure. True inder dash wtam pressure. One word one word true in dash doubled. The pressure said a little more quickly. True into gassed up true. The dash doubled the pressure. President biden go. I'll lated effective strategy to mobile is sure next to pressure through under desks depressed depressive. You guys did fantastic. You learn new words in a new language in now. You know more by knees than you knew yesterday. And you're on the michael berry. Show go ahead. Yeah back up your wrong about all the americans getting murdered. There's gonna come a day. Oh here in about five days. Flynn the taliban is gonna go out and trucks and pick up the americans and harlem to the airport and that will be the day right after they got a plane load of cash. Yep you're exactly right. We have been paying druglords in afghanistan for a very long time to burn their poppy. Well guess what. If i told you tomorrow. Hey the government doesn't want you to. Oh i don't know the government doesn't want you to smoke cigarettes and they'll pay you fifty dollars of a pack for your cigarettes and you go s good money and the first day they came in and how many cigarettes you have three. Here's one hundred fifty dollars the second day. Guess what you're going to have a whole lot more packs of cigarettes so before you know it your whole house will be full of cigarettes because you're getting rich off of it. This is known to social scientists in the university. Setting and policymakers as the cobra affect. You've heard me tell the story before. They did a study. in india. there was a village. Actually it was a state that had a really bad cobra problem. Well they went into village and they say let's see if we can make this work. They said to the villagers. We will pay you for every cobra ahead. You bring to us because you had to chop the cobras head off of his body. So what we'll do is we will incentivize the locals. The villagers to kill the cobras. So we won't have a cobra problem anymore. So when they first announced this the next day they had ten cobras. Here's ten rupees apiece. He could ten cobras there. You go and a second day. Maybe they had ten cobras and whatever the station period of cobras. Let's say it's two weeks. Within two weeks they had people bringing in thirty cobras. An fifty cobras in a hundred dead cobras and they said wait a second. We've already paid out more in cobra fees than we had cobras in the town and yet there's more cobras being brought in every day so the villagers figured out well we'll raise cobras and then we'll kill the cobras and bring them in so you gave an incentive not to eliminate cobras but to proliferate cobras so now you had more cobras so when they ended the incentive program. Those people released the cobras so now you had a hundred times more cobras than he ever had in the first place. This is what happens with welfare when you incentivize women. So you go. Well you got these women who have a child and there's no man in the house. Well they need help. So then you set up a program and you say you're a woman and you have a child and there's no man in the house will give you eight hundred dollars a month but if you have two children. We don't want the children suffer. We give you twelve hundred dollars a month. Three children fifteen hundred altamont eight children two thousand nine it. Just go on and on and on. That was the end of the black family. In inner city america. There are so many cases of women who will lay down with men and make babies by them or for them as they say but they won't dare marry him not that he's interested in being married either because they'd lose the gravy train if you're a married woman you don't get paid as much because he's supposed to be working so they created a situation where adults are not. There is no incentive. there's a disincentive to creating a nuclear family and for many people. That's how the economy developed in the urban environment that has become systemic multigenerational and nobody talks about it. But it's real it's real and it is very common and it is terrible because what happens is a lot of other effects go into that so now these women become dependent on welfare and they become dependent on the government and if a rub. Republican comes in and says i'm going to end welfare that gal never get democrat vote. So that's how you keep black inner-city democrats voting democrat or black. Inner city blacks voting democrat is because republicans say. I'm gonna in welfare. I want people to go to work. That's why we have a help. Wanted signs and every restaurant in america and people laying around in public housing projects not willing to go to work. Oh but don't say that michael. That's racist no racist is continuing to create this situation where people become addicted to government control of their lives. That's racist that's not dignity that's.

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"the oregonian" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

02:25 min | 9 months ago

"the oregonian" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"It in his head. That was his ex girlfriend and her boyfriend but is devastated family. Because he should've each still should have never been back out on the street that even kept in shape. It's exactly right well. We had a conversation about bail reform. This morning on the show This was a houston story. That folks outside used to won't know what we're talking about but two prominent restaurants in town in in one of them in downtown and uptown Had people walk in and commit murders in the middle of the restaurant in the middle of the day. I was just is crazy. It's insane what's going on here with bell reform bad guys being put out on the streets. We went into it in great detail this morning. I'm not gonna do that now. But the the story on the guy. One of these restaurants downtown restaurant was that he seventy days ago. He was arrested for the illegal possession. He's a felon of a weapon inside a bar and he was immediately released in seven days later he's illegally and possession of a weapon in a bar and kill somebody this. This is the complete failure of our criminal justice system by design. This is what bail reform looks like. Bel reforms sounded real sweet and cute and a lot of republicans. Got sucked into it. You know poor people. They can't they can't pay to get out of jail just because they're accused of a crime so now you've got murderers who were caught and being released and they go out and commit murder again and again and again and again. You keep getting suckered.

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"the oregonian" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

08:02 min | 9 months ago

"the oregonian" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Patrick your michael berry. Show go ahead. Sir bella kinda ties into this. I'm not a conspiracy theory. Stir anything like that much but if you wanna draw diagram about how completely destroy the united states it bell reform would do. That would be part of it. You're releasing criminals into the streets. The democratic party basically endorsing in paying for the destruction of our cities destruction of our civil society loss. Yeah open borders. That are bringing all types of people in from all over the world none of liquor citizens none of which they know they who they are who these people are or maybe they just don't care but all of this all up and look at everything that the democrat party the socialist that they're representing are doing this for the destruction of this country. They throw this country into civil war if you go back after world war two of every country. That's gone through civil war. The one thing that has always happened. United nations has came in and taking over the government. This is all part of player for a one world society. A one world government. If you lay everything out on a diagram. I it adds up. Just surrender in this country. The united nations because once you get rid america. There's nothing stopping at one world government and that's all i gotta say i mean it sounds crazy and i think it's crazy but if you lay it all out and golf map or do a spreadsheet everything that they are doing for the destruction of this country patrick first of all. Let me tell you this. I don't know you. But i think based on the words you use that you don't feel comfortable making your position because you think that there are people smarter than you are better spoken than you can make that position better than you and. I don't want that to be your opinion. European is just as valid as anyone else and conspiracy. Theories would have seemed crazy until a lot of things that we couldn't imagine happening actually happened so i don't think you have to be ashamed of watching what's happening and drawing the conclusion if that's red and that's blue and that's purple match green. That's what they are. You choose this reality. This was handed the you and you're just observing. But why don't you draw the connections for me. Why don't you tell me some things. I do show on our. I do a deal on our morning. Show where. I say. What i truly believe is and that's where people state things that they truly believe. Even if it's troubling to have hear what would your actually believe is that would be something to data points that we want to connect well with helping monitors bill reform really criminals out on the streets lists the first thing civil society or or a law abiding citizens going to do is. They're going to protect their family. So they're gonna go out and buy gun brings in the case of possibility. More crimes committed with weapons from being stolen from people who don't know how to handle weapons or probably know how to secure him so are stolen out of cars anywhere else because someone a gun store somewhere in the take their weapon with them so leave it in the car. If you've got a bunch of stickers all over your window second and they're going to break into your car or start looking for your gun because they know your not allow take your gun in there. So they'll your car and then they'll go out and kill somebody with this guy and the da or whatever. The criminal justice released this person to go back out and do the same thing. So that's one part of it and then you have the democrat. Who were sitting there. Basically endorsing these riots in these major cities endorsing the uptick in crime. Doing that's what they're all about it once again. You have law-abiding citizens because we're going to protect themselves going to want to protect their family so the couple of saint louis. It wasn't the writers who were pointing the gun breaking and trespassing on private property. That got dona. Joe got arrested and had the right side to be taken away purchase them. The governor stepped in and notice from happening in citizens. There patrick when the world goes crazy observing what you see makes you sound crazy. But it doesn't mean you are steve in bay cliff. You're on the michael berry. Show go ahead sir. Michael quick question. What are the benefits of being american citizen. Nowadays i stopped. And i think about this and used to be if i was an american jobs overseas i. I had a concert. And i'm to help me get out of trouble. That doesn't happen. Look at afghanistan. Used to be as american you do. The taxes were going ahead and benefit other. Americans doesn't work that way anymore you relays are now coming into this. Country have more benefits more rights and privileges that any born american. Here's the only thing in american has to do now is pay the taxes and pay the bill for the incompetent government have and it might be time that governor i did She does consider about succeeding isolates and making texas country again. Stave i hear in your voice what i hear every day. Somebody who really doesn't want to have to pay attention to politics and realize that politics is coming for you that loves his country just wants this place to be as wonderful as it can be and is a reluctant culture warrior who is frustrated with everything that's going on and i think there are so many more of you than you realize. I think there are so many more people that are where you are in your life right now. Let me ask you a couple questions. Stephen What do you do for a living. I spent forty years of my life. I retired Thirty years Public safety i came back out of retirement. Go back into public safety. Says they put it on a person to fulfill the job description. So i fly between houston and california every two weeks to fulfil a job out there as a public sense director so for forty years. I put my butt on the line for american. Since and i see my country didn't ran over by people that don't appreciate what does happen team for the crap that wanted to go ahead and take everything dummy. Americans displace from the roadways two. Oh two hospitals and our politicians say. Would you like to have more more. So the americans out she. This country need to stand up and say that and take our country back and our governor in texas needs ahead said hook. You defend our borders. That joe had don't with our state or we will do it and you whatever Bill to go ahead and confronts us but we will not back down. There might be alamo too but it's time to go ahead put some.

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"the oregonian" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

03:16 min | 9 months ago

"the oregonian" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Wish you had hair and shrivel chairs in empty increase again. A ball head. I wish you from world's a stage in east The fact that she never misses a beat. You gotta is your pay. Funny thing is where he picked up several versus later. But that's the hbo grain..

"the oregonian" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

05:03 min | 9 months ago

"the oregonian" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"There on the stay in nineteen seventy eight. I was eight years old. How old were you the title track to the blockbuster film grease hits number one in america. If you're driving don't hit the break. But i want you to take a moment to stop and clear your head and once you don't understand the importance of frankie valli to the american cultural seen this guy let me make sure i want to say can be. I need to explain this properly. Ramona major help. Because this is your area of expertise. I'm a big believer in in in understanding underappreciated undervalued under. It's not that frankie. Valli is that gnomes. it's not that. I think jersey boys really introduced him to hold and reminded people of the greatness. I really feel like frankie. Valli is more. I don't wanna say them. Frank sinatra helped me i feel like he's more important to the cultural zeitgeist of this country over robotic twenty five year period. Then some people that are the who come to mind. Maybe more quickly. I don't think he gets his fair. Do okay but but. I don't think it's just yes. Thank you but i don't think it's just that he doesn't get his fair. I think his fair do puts him in that top. Top top top tier pre classic rock. Now understand seventy eight classic rock in in full swing the pre classic rock era. There's elvis and there's frank sinatra frankie. Valli is in that conversation very much in that conversation very influential. Many many many many many many you know if like coaching tree. You look at coaches. That coaches go off to do great things. Frankie valley's influence tree that the folks who came out of his you know his he was there. It's it's broad. It's in the influences so many singer so many act so many styles of music came after he know. Greece was not only a critically acclaimed film. It was the highest grossing musical film ever at least at that point. I think saturday night. Fever ended up because Greece was after that. Greece was seventy eight saturday night. Fever was seven alabama had to thank. You remember john travolta's character's name danny zuko very good. All right what was the. What was the name of the australian transfers students who was played by olivia newton john. Sandy olsson is correct. Very well done to the force of frankie valli. Wow it was on this day that my favorite of all time elvis presley in nineteen sixty nine. He's at a concert in las vegas and he cracks himself up. This is elvis having fun so much of his life was tragic so much of it was tortured so much of it was him under so much pressure to continue to perform the reason. The reason for the drug problems was he was trying to get up before the show and come down after the show and he really struggled with that as a lot of artists. Do elvis had a lot of people around him not just a memphis mafia. A lot of people who were dependent on him in he he wore that in bore that responsibility heavily killed him anyway. He's he's performance. What i love about this. Is this him enjoying himself. And he did enjoy himself on state. He cracks himself up during the concert. In las vegas on this day in nineteen sixty nine. He changes a lyric to. Are you lonesome tonight singing. Do you gaze at your bald head in.

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"the oregonian" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

07:05 min | 9 months ago

"the oregonian" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Can't show kulich how you doing. I hope you don't matter about my cat up in hugh it'd be the day. She's she's been very nervous yesterday. I took her to this vietnamese veterinarian clinic. Oh lord and it had Experienced mr miekel walked in there and it was instances burning and the big old buddha sitting up there with cats climbing all onto it and you could just curry and Exit receptionist and. I'm sorry i couldn't understand their words up south we go. Thank you baby and later was hollering at me. The whole time trying to leave out in crane. Tell your mama. She need to be sprayed. I'll see you later kenyan. You're on the michael berry. Show go ahead sir. Flatbeds stolen granted company anyways. Don't my flatbed and they found the guy who stole it right. This is how stupid the democrats are in this judicial system. We've got going on. i got it. I got a phone call that they found a guy pulled over and they had all dasan you to ask me if i wanted to have him arrested the stupidest question i've ever heard in my life. Nice said arrest them. Are you kidding me. I mean this is like a joke and then so they arrested him. It took me like three months to get my flat-back together because apparently they'll make sixteen foot flatbeds actual bid on it anyway. They're hard to come by anyway. I found one got it put on insurance pays for it but i always when i i apologize earlier whenever i was asking my name. I was in the courthouse. Sticker the newspaper for 'cause anyway once or so then they call me again after they call me. Ask me if. I wanna have arrested. And they asked me. What kind of punishment do i want him to have you. I wanted to have him sent to prison. Or whatever probation. And i said send him to prison. I mean kidding me stole my flatbed stomach. Catalytic converter took the bed opera trump. I don't know what he did with it anyway. The justice system harris county is a complete and utter joke. I i mean. I don't know where to begin or end would it but it it. It's jokes and there. It is okay. So flatman is the tool of your trade right you. You can't do your correct. I cannot do absolutely. I have to have flatbed. Now that i got it fixed The transmission just went out onto. But i gotta fix got back Two games ago and we started picking up material. So i can't do anything without my flab that and you know they're gonna call me and ask me. Would you like to press charges on this guy over here. Who who does that right bu-but but the point is for you. It's a great company for the next guy. He's a hotshot driver for the next guy. He's a construction supervisor for the next guy. He's an a pipeline inspector. The it's more than an inconvenience. These guys are busting out windows stealing your gun your computer your equipment and all this and we're saying as a society that's just a tax. That's a thug tax on working class. People look if the only thing they could steal out of. Your trump was a pair of work boots. And that's all. They knew they'd get they'd let you'd never have another burglar every motor vehicle because these people don't work for a living. We spent our entire morning show today going through bail reform in harris county and we went through case after case after case in harris county. Now i know many of you are not in harris county but but that's where i live. Which is where houston is the county that houston in harris county. If you're caught engaged in a burglary of a motor vehicle so you bust out the window to steal the gun inside tw- two thousand eight hundred fifty times. This happened last year. Two thousand eight hundred fifty guns were stolen out of people's cars. That's people like me and ramon in you. They come up. Bust out your window at a shopping mall at your house in your front yard. Take your pistol out go out and sell it on the black market and then use it to kill somebody. And what is the answer. That democrats have. Oh gun reform. We need gun control. No we need doug control would he dug control is what we need. It's not us. It's not the law abiding citizens in our gun. We use to defend ourselves against the democrats. It's the democrats because make no mistake. Every one of these thugs committing a crime votes democrat. The first year. Barack obama was in office. There was a photo montage of how many people were arrested that year wearing barack obama hope and change t shirts in the commission of a crown. Ramones making coffee and in in the middle of our shows see. This is why we can't have nice. This is this is why we can't have nice things this by the way. Speaking of coffee. cats coffee company here in houston. A local roaster makes a delicious coffee. It's our favorite coffee. We've been doing it for years. So we went to them and said we want to do something to team camp hope. Campo where their spokesman Camp hope saves the lives of veterans with ptsd so camp hope provides free office peer to peer. I'm trying to tell about camp. Hope free see this while. Ramon mike does not allow. It's why he doesn't have microphone Free peer to peer counseling and it saves the lives of our veterans with. Ptsd so if you wanna do us. a solid. Our veterans at camp hope goto cats k. A. t. z. Coffee dot com. And scroll down. You'll see the can't coffee and order it. They'll deliver it to your house. Ten percent of it goes to camp. Hope we're gonna raise one hundred thousand dollars alone just off coffee for our veterans with ptsd and save the lives of these folks while drinking some delicious coffee. I'm about to have a little coffee myself. I know what you're thinking is too late in the day for coffee and needed a little juice shake made they'll pick me up so it's camp hope coffee in go to cats coffee dot com and by thanks ramone. Don't talk while i'm talking town..

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"the oregonian" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

08:31 min | 9 months ago

"the oregonian" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Me. I'm not giving my name If the patrol catches a guy in your yard pulling the handles on your car the police will not take the chargers. Da won't take charge. That's number one. It got switching on the civil side. It's just as bad. We just had a a judge to step down. He agreed to resign rather than kicked out. Because of its bias and all sorts of he was cutting the legal interest set by statute. He was quitting from percents. Two percent. it's the stats. Except for the way you got our sla hall who's been mandate must twenty six times. Of course she would. Not even she won't give hearings. She won't go she'll rule and She's been sanctioned by the judicial commission. Got frederick phillips who sanctioned by the who was recused sanction by by the judicial commission for going to lunch with a with a law firm and the next day gave two million dollars in attorney's thieves that firm the other judges who have expertise in communications with folks up and down the line and what the purpose of a courthouse is so that the citizens. No there's a place they can go and get unbiased. Fair- fairly Speedy resolution of conquest. If you don't have that you have. Your only remedy is in the street if the guy will pay you if the if he stole your stuff or if he won't pay the rent and you can't get him visited like somebody's these are are. You can't get our check for two years. They won't give you a trial because close say within your remedy as a landlord is too small. She's window slice cars. Or if you're a neighbor who's guys you know same thing or the owes you money your remedy Had a client new You can't get your your collateral back. Cla- went through the window and goddess collateral. Back that's what's gonna say when when the rule of law breaks down when when the guy next door you know is walking naked through your yard every day and you call the police and they won't do anything to him at some point you're left with the options to take the law into your own hands and that's what we see in third world countries. That's what we see when the rule of law breaks down by the way. Fred mentioned experts. Say communications at some of these several that the civil district judge Was was caught. An ex partake. Communication means a a judge speaking to an attorney on one side or the other separate and not publicly not transparently in front of the courtroom in other words. If i'm the lawyer for one side against you. And i go to the judge's house tonight and go. Hey joe let me taste some secrets here and let me give you a bribe. And all that and she says okay. Sure that's great. Nobody would know that happened. And that's why it's not allowed. It violates every code of judicial ethics. We're talking about harris county right now but this is going on across the country. This is the sweep by democrats of our court system. This is what soro's wanted is what the chinese communist party wants. We're tom sweep of our of our judiciary in the major cities across the country and the collapse of the criminal justice system and as a as a result collapse of the rule of law and the results of this are people are going to flee the big cities. Some people can't flee some people don't realize how bad it is until they're caught up in it. This is only going to this. is what criminal. Justice reform looks like cathy. You're on the michael berry. Show go ahead sweetheart. I have sent it straight on. Basically it's a catholic school in houston area galveston archdiocese has mandated. A mask and my son is a bath breeder he has asthma. I took a waiver that is signed by nurse on and i'm starting to be down the doors. He's the gentlemen he's an assistant principal. He said they have covert meeting today. I said our parents part of that meeting. He said no. I said i expect the call today. I need for my kid not to wear masks. This is ridiculous. I mean even the who says mass interim detrimental to our children. I mean what gets i. Don't wanna make a big stink. But i'm tired of it and people just just do it and i'm i'm not one of those people somewhere along the way. The parents gave up their role as the owner of the school. And the parents of the child in this is a great opportunity for you to restore that role. Schools don't exist mean thinking about this especially private schools strikes great private school schools. Don't private schools don't exist unless parents send their kids there and more importantly spend a bunch of cash with those people. A lot of private school parents see themselves only as an individual. They don't see themselves as the agent of change. Who can say. I won't tolerate this anymore. I'm going to contact every other parent and we're gonna stay together. We're going to take back our school and we're going to refuse to do this. You know the big donors of the strike is a school whether assisted family a lot of others. That if you get a few of these big names at these private schools and this is across the country you get these big names in they go marching in there and say you never get another dime from us. Those administrators will change their tune. The problem along the way this is true airlines. It's just true of a lot of things is that we the consumer. The customer gave up our authority in the process. And when you do that you wake up one day and realize wait. Why am i begging you to treat my child with respect. Why am i begging for your approval for your mercy. When i am the consumer and the reason is we got lazy. We refuse to take to take action you know. We applaud the colonise who turned on their cousins and the king because the tyranny came to be too much what we forget is how many loyalist there were. There were many people in the colonies. Who said yeah the kings out of control. But i got a good thing going here. Let's let's not upset him certainly not going to war with them. There were loyalists a lot of loyalists in the colonies who were working very hard to suppress their neighbors to engaged in treason against their neighbors. Not necessarily because they loved the king but because they loved the comfort and convenience. We've got to say to the private school as a parent. You're not going to engage in this behavior now. We should be reasonable about it but the school should fear. The parents politicians should fear the taxpayer. That's the way the process is supposed to work. We shouldn't fear that our government is not going to give us our freedom. Our government should fear us for their tyranny and the moment that we stopped not. Of course. I don't mean a physical threat of fear but a fear that they lose their jobs a fear that professional harm will come to them. Absolutely that's what the consumer does. That's what yelp does for restaurants people. Don't mind going off and say in. That restaurant was terrible. I'll never go there again. We're going to have to be prepared to do that. With the private school. Our government or the airline or anything else and if we're not willing to do that when we have no ability to negotiate all ban michael.

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"the oregonian" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

04:40 min | 9 months ago

"the oregonian" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"You're who contagious. Gary hilton to reaping from state across the country is dr today. I'm announcing that affected friday. Seven mass public. We went to the effective transmission in owner necessary right now.

"the oregonian" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

04:54 min | 9 months ago

"the oregonian" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Before we get started. A moment about what's going. On in oregon. I gotta tell you for most of you. If you're not in oregon you might just go. Well people in oregon crazy. So who cares what happens there. I care because actually oregonians are so my favorite people in the world. When when we started adding markets we started in houston. We started matt addy markets across the country. I spent our first summer after we added portland in portland and tell people this and they don't believe me because they've never been there. Portland is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. it is exquisite now. This was eleven years ago and and the left has its northern cal. It's not it's the californians who've come who've tried to destroy that city. There's homeless people everyday flinging poo like monkeys at each other taking food out of the trash and flinging in it. I took a group of people to portland group of few stones portland to raise money for saint jude a few years ago. And we we watched the marijuana process. We went out to the grow farm. We watched it being picked. We watch the whole thing all the way up to the retail outlet state at the benson hotel beautiful beautiful historic hotel in downtown portland. We We went to some of the great old historic breweries as a lot of brewpubs in portland and it. It's a it's a really wonderful. It's kind of like elements of san francisco With better weather at least in the summer and and more verdant more green more lush. And you've got to rivers running through it. It's sort of what san francisco used to be before. San francisco became san francisco. But now it's become that way anyway. It's a glorious in wonderful town. But it's the people outside the town that our farmers and hunters and and business owners. You know they grow all the hazelnuts you eat. They grow most of the Blackberries and blueberries. You eat lot of farming operations air and farmers were big big listeners for us old fashioned family values anyway so it it pains me to see how bad their politics have become. You've got democrats in oregon just reveling in the fact that they're basically basically playing hokey pokey with their citizens and it. Take your mask on put tech. Take your mask off. Put your mask on to this. Simon says here's oregon's governor. Kate brown announcing her outdoor mask mandate. Today i'm announcing that effective friday august twenty seventh mass will be required in all public outdoor settings or physical distancing is not possible regardless of vaccination status massa proven to be effective at reducing transmission and are unnecessary measure. Right now even in some outdoor settings to help us fight cove it and to protect one. Another really outdoor mask mandates. We thought you know what let's go ahead and make this into the soviet state that it it let. Let's add a little production production to to this to make it sound. If you've read nineteen eighty-four you know that there are. There are the minutes two minutes of rage or twenty minutes of rage so one of the things the government does is. You have to come together and rage at the enemy of of your country. It might be oshana. It might be eurasia whoever our enemies and then when the enemy changes and and you everyone has to join together and scream in this. Roger can be no nonconformity. Everyone must conform. You don't make eye contact with anyone because if you look at anyone then you might realize that they're also thinking this is stupid. You don't want anyone thinking that you think this is stupid you you have to have bought into all of this okay so you don't want to be the first one to stop clapping right. You have to keep clapping. You see this. When little kim in in north korea everyone claps when he interest yup kip. Clapping don't be the first one to stop clapping or you. You might be killed right. It's a game of musical chairs and when music stops you wanna make sure you got somewhere to sit. You don't wanna be just just conformed go along. You get killed. So we added a little music for Oregon's governor kate brown..

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COVID-stricken Oregon deploys National Guard to hospitals

AP News Radio

01:04 min | 9 months ago

COVID-stricken Oregon deploys National Guard to hospitals

"A number of states hard hit by coded nineteen are seeking additional help for beleaguered hospital workers but they have different approaches for reducing the spread of the delta variant in Oregon where healthcare workers are being pushed to the brink by spiraling coded cases fueled by the delta variant governor Kate brown a Democrat is calling in hundreds of National Guard troops I cannot emphasize enough the seriousness of this crisis for all Oregonians especially those who might need emergency or intensive care brown has urged vaccinations and implemented an indoor mask mandate Mississippi Republican governor Tate Reeves who recently said mask wearing has nothing to do with rational science is seeking hundreds of out of state medical workers to deal with the state's spike in cases he says he won't require anyone to get vaccinated the reality is there are risks associated with taking the vaccine there are risks associated with not taking the vaccine I'm Jackie Quinn

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An Event That Struck Terror Into Portland Oregon Residents

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

02:06 min | 11 months ago

An Event That Struck Terror Into Portland Oregon Residents

"Over eighty years ago. Today people across america woke up to discover that the night before they had been the victim of a theatrical radio presentation. the date was october thirtieth. Nineteen thirty eight. The radio show was orson welles mercury on the air version of h. g. wells war of the worlds nineteen thirty. Eight war was brewing. As germany invaded austria japan was strongly aligned with the invader prior to world war two. It was forecast. That britain would suffer night air bombing attacks causing large numbers of civilian casualties and mass destruction. It was widely agreed that navigation targeting would be more difficult if manmade lights on the ground could be extinguished as early as july nineteen thirty eight. American citizens were urged to practice lights out beginning at dusk it would not be called blackout drills until nineteen thirty nine. Fear across the country as rumor spread about coming to the aid of our british allies. Should war break out that the sounds of war that came over the radio that october thirtieth nineteen thirty eight were not from europe but from mars. This was a live broadcast across america five. Pm in the west which would have made it eight pm eastern time meant. There was no time to warn the west about what was to come a wave of hysteria that swept across the united states at night before halloween as a realistic radio. Dramatization reached all the way to portland oregon. Two thousand five hundred miles from the scene. The fictional invasion the telephone switchboard of the oregonian newspaper was swamped by hundreds of excited calls. People rushed into the business offices of the newspaper demanding information. Hundreds of calls were made to the portland police wanting to know what protection the city offer. And what place might be safe in the event that wholesale destruction spread to the pacific coast.

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States, Business Sort Out What New CDC Mask Guidance Means

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 1 year ago

States, Business Sort Out What New CDC Mask Guidance Means

"Across the nation there is differing reaction to the CDC's new mass guidelines several states say they're falling in line with the guidance either now or in the coming weeks including Oregon and governor Kate brown Oregonians who are fully vaccinated no longer need to wear masks or social distance in most public spaces other states along with cities and some big businesses are holding off and made questions about whether the mass guidance is safe or a workable given that there's no easy way to be sure who is fully vaccinated and who is not just like companies and businesses are digesting this so are we White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki says it'll take time to implement the guidance those staffers there have been told if they are vaccinated there's no need for masks president Biden stepped outside the west wing without one and when asked if he's enjoying his first Damascus day simply said yes Sager mag ani Washington

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"the oregonian" Discussed on PDX Executive Podcast

PDX Executive Podcast

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"the oregonian" Discussed on PDX Executive Podcast

"An imminent and clearly you know the new york times washington post wall street journal really thriving just the you might have seen the wall. The washington post adding eight new technology. reporting positions know that number may be high higher than than it. Actually espen somewhere in that neighborhood. You know it's it's really strong. The new york times is just enormous reach now. Subscriptions wall street journal appears to be thriving with their subscription model. So obviously things are are fragmented Here in everywhere but there seemed to be people are now identifying ways to make money spitz. Maybe it won't be what it was nine hundred ninety eight. Seems like there's a we've at least during a floor yet. i think. The trend toward subscriptions goes beyond media. I mean it's really the subscription and membership economy and several businesses pivot. And go all in on that amount for my own business who are generally do events. I've kind of had switched my model where they call it. Software as a service people figured that out a decade ago and and you know net flex. It was quite apparent that that was you know people would pay subscribe to movies. Even when they had the mail Mail the disks and the physical mail and you had to wait a few days for them That's an and of course. We all subscribe to our music. Now so it's clear that's a model that will work It's also becoming clearer. That people will cancel. Churn is becoming a real thing for awhile. Nobody look at their credit card. Bill right. I think people are becoming more savvy about them. It's fine if you're producing a good product people will stay with you right How's the podcast going to oregon. And that was a big initiative kind of. Yeah i am eric. I i can't say firsthand you'd have to ask elliott news or andrews scene but from what i hear listening to them. And you know from what i hear. From the editors. I think it's going quite well. It is definitely exceeding the targets we set for them. What those targets were and how ambitious they are i. i don't know but they. They appear to be meeting the goals exceeding the goals we had for them. I know your your your guest on your colleagues podcasts. There but when are they going to get you behind mike. Have your own Nobody has talked to me about that. And i don't know i it's an interesting idea You know you and have talked about the possibility in the past. I think businesses one topic where people have acute interest interest But i i think with the question is is a market broad.

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"the oregonian" Discussed on PDX Executive Podcast

PDX Executive Podcast

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"the oregonian" Discussed on PDX Executive Podcast

"But if you're buying inventory and stocking your shelves you need to make those sales now to cover those costs and so that's kind of the gap where a lot of mom and pop shops are are struggling with being Just trying to make ends meet in. General retail consumer spending has been you know only down modestly and during the pandemic in some sectors like groceries it's been way up But in certain sectors like restaurants and clothing boutiques is another interesting one that struggled throughout this. They're they're having a hard time. I'll say one of the main issues that we're facing here is what the future of downtown. Look a mike. I guess we can get into that right now. So i think jeez. I don't even know where to start with that. Because i think people are obviously bullish on on portland still but i think the hard truth of it is when you're down there there is something going on and there's It's not just you know you're in the media's not just the media right saying there is a reality of of what's going on downtown. So yeah i. I mean there's so many factors so many threads to this Cove it is absolutely the main thing the p. Did its members survey and all people had all the complaints about the protests and the homelessness and and everything else all their complaints about downtown added up. Were half as great as their concerns about covert. you know. That's why people aren't downtown. It's kobe kobe it now. The next question is suppose the virus disperse tomorrow. Are we all going back to the office or people are gonna say business is going to say. Oh i'm going to keep my real estate costs low or do people say i don't go back. Let me work from home are people either. Because you know it's more convenient or people may have changed culturally during this time. They may not want to be around lots of other people. Even if it's not particularly unsafe. Yeah and so i think. That's a wildcard. Economists generally believe that the commercial real estate market will return But then portland has this reputational damage and we see this and you know that that could be fleeting Could be a transient thing. You know based on what people saw on tv last summer or it it could be something more severe. I think we might have talked about this last time. I feel like downtown. Portland has a few things going for that. Maybe other towns. Don't you look at san francisco or seattle. Like san francisco is on a peninsula. It's literally out in the middle of the bay. Yeah well and the ocean You know Seattle has pushed up against on one side butte. Sound and on the other side like washington. They're not in the middle of anything. Portland is right in the middle of the metro area. You know whether. You're coming from vancouver or hillsborough. Wilson miller gresham portland is equidistant from all the population centers. Many of our roads go either right next to it. A right through. It is very beautiful. It and frankly is It's much more inviting in terms of the scale of the buildings and the area's downtown than the other down. We mentioned downtown san francisco downtown seattle. You know the The the big glass walls around you. You're on the weekends..

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"the oregonian" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"the oregonian" Discussed on Movin 92.5

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Oregon Governor Kate Brown on COVID-19 Surge and New Restrictions

The Takeaway

04:32 min | 1 year ago

Oregon Governor Kate Brown on COVID-19 Surge and New Restrictions

"In oregon like so many states across the us. kobe. Hospitalizations are now at record levels on sunday alone. Health officials reported more than eight hundred new cases of covid nineteen just two days earlier. Oregon governor kate brown announced new restrictions aimed at curbing the spread of the disease hearkening back to the early days of the pandemic starting today. There will be a two week freeze in oregon limiting restaurants and bars to take out only enclosing gyms museums and other places of indoor and outdoor recreation already. The new restrictions are being met with backlash some business owners especially in the restaurant industry and some elected officials have criticized the decision with some worried about what it will mean for their businesses survival. So what do the new restrictions mean for the state to answer that and more we went right to the source. My name is kate. Brown governor oregon. Here's what governor brown told me about. Why the two week freeze was necessary. Hospitalizations are rising sharply in oregon. And in fact our metro area hospitals are being stretched to capacity and some have voluntarily began to stop surgeries to preserve beds and staff capacity. These measures are necessary to give oregon a fighting chance to stop covid. Nineteen cases governor. Are you also concerned about the potential shortages for medical personnel from other parts of the country. Given that so much of the country is now battling a covid. Nineteen much more than it was in the beginning of the pandemic absolutely my top priority is governor is to save lives and keep oregonians healthy. We use science and data here To make decisions that is you know. we're surrounded by hot spots from idaho To washington to california each one of us can make a difference. We're truly all in this together and we all have to take action To keep ourselves healthy families healthy and our communities healthy governor you mentioned the state of california and washington you also recently signed a new coronavirus travel advisory in conjunction with those two states and those two governors. What's the hope. They're our hope is that we will send a very clear message to folks living on the west coast. We want you to travel. But we you to do it safely and we ask you to quarantine for two weeks both prior to your departure and upon your return the virus obviously spreads very readily from person to person and it's critically important That we protect our vulnerable populations are elderly are folks with underlying health conditions and Appreciate the willingness of my fellow governors on the west coast take immediate action They're also limits that you've put on private social gatherings limiting those two six people but governor with those private gathering limitations and the travel advisory restrictions. How are you expecting to enforce those particularly as we head into the first of a couple of holidays namely thanksgiving. I've directed the oregon state police to work with local law enforcement to enforce gathering limits. But it's much in the same way as local officers respond to noise complaints for loud parties for example and issue citations. I'm not expecting law enforcement to be going door to door. But certainly in cases where there's a flagrant violation people should and will be cited. What's the threshold you're looking for. In terms of determining whether further restrictions will be needed. Look i've said all along. I'm not going to be the party police. This is really up to individuals to take responsibility for their actions. What we know. is that informal. Social gatherings are super spreader events. So i've asked oregonians to limit their social gatherings keep it to own household and no more than six people and no more than two households. I know this is really really hard. We all want to spend thanksgiving with our families. I have to tell you we have great family events Friends family fabulous food. We play games. But i would rather celebrate in a very small group. This thanksgiving and then have a fabulous festivity next thanksgiving and see all of my family members. Lived through this pandemic

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Gov. Brown adds four more counties to 'Two-Week Pause' over COVID-19 spread

Glenn Beck

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Gov. Brown adds four more counties to 'Two-Week Pause' over COVID-19 spread

"Counties have been ordered by Governor Brown to take a two week pause to stop the spread of Cove in 19 4. More counties Baker Union, Clackamas and Washington were added to the list today. I want to clarify that this pause does not change. Change any of the current rules for faith based gatherings. At this time, Governor Brown says Oregonians need to work from home one possible limit social gatherings and restaurants, bars and Jim's must restrict capacity to 50 people, including staff during the pause, new

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War of the Worlds: A Wave of Halloween Hysteria

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:56 min | 1 year ago

War of the Worlds: A Wave of Halloween Hysteria

"We're going to look back eighty-two years. Why because it's almost Halloween eighty-two years ago people America woke up to discover that the night before they had been the victim of a theatrical radio presentation. The date was October 30th 1938 the radio show was Orson Welles Mercury on the error version of HG Wells War of the Worlds now in 1938 war was brewing Germany invaded Austria. And Japan was strongly along with the Invader prior to World War II. It was forecasted Britain would suffer night are bombing attacks causing large numbers of Civilian casualties in Mass Destruction. It was widely agreed that navigation and targeting would be more difficult if man-made lights on the ground could be extinguished as early as July 1938 American citizens were off. To practice lights out beginning at dusk. It would not be called blackout drills until nineteen thirty-nine fear across the country as rumors spread about coming to the aid of our British allies should War break out but the sounds of war that came over the radio that October 30th 1938 were not from Europe but from Mars Choice a live broadcast Across America 5 p.m. In the west which would have made it about 8 p.m. Eastern time meant that there was no time to warn the West Palm about what was to come a wave of Hysteria that swept across United States at night before Halloween has risked realistic radio dramatization reached all the way to Portland, Oregon 2500 miles from the scene of the fictional Invasion. The telephone switchboard of The Oregonian newspaper in Portland was swamped by hundreds of excited dog. As people rushed into the business office of the newspaper demanding information hundreds of calls were made to the Portland Police most wanting to know what protection the city could off and what place might be safe in the event that wholesale destruction spread to the Pacific coast doctors reported cases of women fainting a mandamus reported to a loaded his family into a car and driven frantically through the streets of Portland searching for a Haven of Refuge Portland officers or the Western Union Telegraph company were jammed with person seeking to send off of grams to relatives in the East inquiring as to their safety just as an announcer was choked off by poisonous gas in what he had said might be the last broadcast ever made the town plunged Into Darkness would be the town of War again Portland, Oregon. Of course, this was the effect of the early blackout program announced a previous week off. Few people remembered that elsewhere in the Northwest calls poured into newspapers and press Association offices by the thousands a Seattle newspaper switchboard report hysterical calls from persons wanting to know if it was true that New York had disappeared beneath the Atlantic Ocean phrases, like here they come Paula skyscrapers, they're throwing Heatwave shocked and horrified listeners one, Oregon Journal newspaper reporter returning from the coast pulled into a gas station and was informed by a pack stricken McMinnville attendant not to bother gassing up that the world was coming to an end. That was Nineteen thirty-eight Americans today are much more Savvy and have many more ways of or receiving news other than radio. And of course if message came over Facebook Twitter or one of the other internet services, we wouldn't be fooled or would we change? Portland Oregon's response

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"the oregonian" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"the oregonian" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Top story. Thousands of Oregonians air still out of their homes because of wildfire evacuations. 11 90 KXAS Michael Desmond reports more than 2000. People are still in emergency shelters in hotels. Of organs. Department of Human Services for Boars packs arrest says Once people are able to assess their homes condition those who cannot live in their homes will be able to get temporary housing. You're not talking about hotels. What we're talking about is temporary rentals, mobile homes, travel trailers or FEMA Direct housing, which is actually man you class your timing provided by FEMA tax arrest, says he's also asking the federal government to wave a requirement for Oregon to match 25% of federal funding. The federal government isn't alone and helping Oregon recover from the wild. It fires that burned a million acres. And Ruth Phelps, director of the Oregon Office of Emergency Management, says 47 other states have offered to help. We've never experienced anything like this. And as we're going to pull together as a state, just critically important that Oregonians know we've got the strength of the nation behind us as well. Some states and firefighters while other states help with emergency resource is Thief. IRS killed at least nine people and destroyed Mohr than 2200. Homes s Decatur is now back to a normal status with no evacuation orders. Following the threat from the riverside fire, donations of food and other items were coming in to help residents. Melissa Pharaoh tells Que Tu They're grateful you all firefighters. Thank you for Everyone is stepping up and volunteering and donating. The grocery store has been closed and the donations of food or helping residents who can't drive to sandy or clacking missed by supplies and apparent pipe bomb was found this morning is how these Portland, the explosive disposal unit responded to sow these 43rd in Woodstock, where they safely removed the device. Arson investigators are asking anyone with information about it to contact crime stoppers. There's a 25 $100 reward offered for information leading to an arrest. To Louisville police officers who were wounded in a shooting last night during demonstrations over the Briana Taylor. Grand jury decision are expected to survive. SWAT officers, led by major Aubrey Gregory were working crowd control at a protest site when they came under fire..

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Historic Wildfires Devastate West Coast

Weekend Edition Saturday

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Historic Wildfires Devastate West Coast

"Along the West Coast, prompting new evacuation warnings, causing hazardous air quality and straining firefighting resource is across the region. The weather is now helping. But NPR's Eric Westervelt reports of some two dozen people are confirmed dead in the fires and Oregon, Washington and California. Multiple small communities around Oregon's Cascade Mountains have been devastated by fire Governor Kate Brown says dozens of Oregonians are missing in California Nearly 15,000 firefighters are struggling to contain 28 major wildfires across the state. California Governor Gavin Newsom says the blazes show the severe and wide reaching effects of climate change. We're in the midst of a climate emergency. We're in the midst of a climate crisis. We are experiencing weather conditions the likes of which we've never experienced in our lifetime public health officials across parts of the Western U. S or warning residents to stay indoors. Seattle, Portland, Oregon in San Francisco currently have the poorest air quality in the world. Eric Westervelt. NPR NEWS. Newly

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Wildfires destroy town in Washington, roar through California, Oregon

AP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Wildfires destroy town in Washington, roar through California, Oregon

"California, Oregon and Washington state reeling under massive wildfires, Oregon Governor Kate Brown, approximately 30,000 to 40,000 Oregonians have evacuated so far. Evacuations are ongoing. The small town of Phoenix, just north of the California border, has been heavily damaged. A small town in Washington state virtually destroyed some 29. Major wild fires continue to burn as 14,000 firefighters battle the flames in California.

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Protests continue in Portland after more than 100 consecutive days

Pacifica Evening News

04:51 min | 1 year ago

Protests continue in Portland after more than 100 consecutive days

"Marked 100 Days and nights of Black Lives matter. Protests in Portland, Oregon. They began after the police killing of George Floyd on May 25th despite an uptick in police, violence and right wing militia groups confronting protesters in Portland. The demonstrators are determined to continue. Katya face Perrin Smith attended a solidarity building event in Portland this weekend. Any B way Got B. We got Jobe at Len's Park in southeast Portland on Saturday afternoon. Several 100 people showed up for community gathering with speeches, songs, inspiration and sharing resource is What's this? It's one of more than a dozen events across the city this weekend to mark 100 consecutive days and nights of protests for black lives matter. Regina rages, an organizer and emcee of the day's programme. And this right here. This isn't antiracist active, Resist states by being here today you are saying that you are anti racist I A is with P d X Black youth movement, which was formed in the aftermath of the police killing of George Floyd. And has led many of the Portland marches. It's coming out of a place of exhaustion. We're tired. Honestly tired. We've been fighting our whole lives and we have to continue to fight. I told you guys are stories. And it's hurting us. You know, it's Harding. Us. We just constantly have to relive it every single day. She asked the crowd to take a look at her attire. She's just come from basketball practice, wearing shorts and sandals and her hair pulled back. She's not just an angry black woman, she says. She's also a high school student and an athlete. But woman have always always been taught that we had the fight hard so hard we had to put in those countless hours. We have the practice harder than a white girl. We had to work so much harder. And why is that? It's because America has normalized normalized it. We've normalized little black girls being in these streets finding for their lives. But we haven't normalized black girls being doctors. Black girls being principles like girl be a teacher's why black women and especially protecting black trans women, was a major topic of discussion at the rally. Protesters say their demands haven't changed throughout the 100 days. They want to end anti black racism and police brutality and to defund police budgets to reinvest in community services. What's changed is the increased use of force by police against protesters. Did. Eisen, artist and organizer with black lives matter. He was one of many protesters arrested by federal agents last month process within an hour. I got tackled arrested. Realized they cut my finger over. Ask them why they arrested me. They would not answer. Why? Why just full ignore sitting in the back of the car, and I could feel my back of my shirt getting wet from blood. I can't look at this. Please, just fully ignore me. He said he was detained for about two hours, interrogated and photographed. Finally, they let him go. But he was given no documentation or court date, he said. It was only later speaking with a legal support team. He realized he was kidnapped. She realized Wow, you were actually Tell. I said that to say That is an important piece of this revolution. That's what we're dealing with right now. Making just rolled to the street, snatch people up and hold them hostage for however long that is very scary. Problem with doing the next day he quit his job at T Mobile to join the protest full time. On Friday night, Organ State troopers returned to the front lines of the Portland demonstrations, and, along with police arrested 27 protesters, according to the Oregonian. A viral photo from that night shows a woman beaten by police and blood dripping down her face as she's carried away by officers in riot gear. The Trump Administration has deputized the state troopers as federal agents, which means protesters could now face federal charges. The protesters charged that law enforcement has reacted disproportionately giving a pass to right wing militia while cracking down harshly against black lives matter. Demonstrators.

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Oregon sues federal agencies for violating protesters' rights

Raul Campos

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Oregon sues federal agencies for violating protesters' rights

"Department says it is suing several federal agencies for civil rights abuses as Oregon Public Broadcasting's Conrad Wilson reports State prosecutors plan to open a criminal investigation as well. The federal lawsuit will name the US Department of Homeland Security of the U. S Marshal Service and the Federal Protective Service. In a statement, Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum also announced a criminal investigation with the Multnomah County district attorney into an incident earlier this month. We're a peaceful protester was severely injured. Rosenbloom says the escalation of fear and violence in downtown Portland is driven by federal law enforcement tactics and says she'll ask a federal judge to stop federal police from quote forcibly grabbing Oregonians off our streets. A pending lawsuit comes after Opie be revealed. Federal agents detained peaceful protesters using unmarked vehicles with little explanation or indication of which agency they belong to, or why people are being taken into custody. For NPR

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Oregon Sets New Daily Record of COVID-19 Cases as Virus Surges Through a Reopened State

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Oregon Sets New Daily Record of COVID-19 Cases as Virus Surges Through a Reopened State

"For Cove in 19 cases yesterday with 389 new diagnoses and six deaths. The number of cases was the highest scene in the states. Since the start of the pandemic. There are now 11,188 cases in Oregon, and there have been at least 220 deaths. State health officials there attribute the high numbers, toe workplace outbreaks and community spread and have continually warned about concerning upticks in positive covert 19 tests in rural counties. On Thursday you Mattila County, which is 210 miles east of Portland, reported 55 new cases for a total of 938 according to the East Oregonian newspaper. Many of those cases came from an outbreak at a potato processing facility. Frank Lindsay Comeau

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Oregon unemployment, at 362,000, is twice that of Great Recession

Rush Limbaugh

01:14 min | 2 years ago

Oregon unemployment, at 362,000, is twice that of Great Recession

"Twenty eight thousand five hundred Oregonians filed first time unemployment claims last week that's down from seventy six thousand in March but employment department scale crime in our says it is still among the highest number ever received prior queued to covet nineteen pandemic the largest number of claims we've seen initial claims in any given week was about twenty one thousand since March fifteenth three hundred sixty two thousand Oregonians have lost their jobs the employment department is struggling to process those claims are still ninety thousand people who have not received their first check this week self employed contracting gig workers started filing claims and that'll make next week's numbers spike again by Brad Ford newsradio eleven ninety K.

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Gov. Kate Brown Issues Order Directing Oregonians To 'Stay Home'

Mark Mason

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Gov. Kate Brown Issues Order Directing Oregonians To 'Stay Home'

"Story Oregon governor Kate brown has issued a stay at home order where violators can be cited with a class C. misdemeanor it prohibits all non essential social and recreational gatherings where social distancing cannot be maintained businesses such as arcades barber shops hair salons gyms and fitness studios will be close because they require close personal contact businesses they cannot maintain social distancing guidelines will be closed there are new rules for child care facilities and set limits on the number of children she is urging all businesses where employers can work from home or employees that is can work from home to do

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The Ghost of Eva York

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:00 min | 2 years ago

The Ghost of Eva York

"Continuing the investigation into the paranormal metaphysical world. Last week. I interviewed internationally known Psychic Medium Sharon our week before a psychic and clairvoyant. From right here in Ashland Oregon. These people talk to people who are deceased and on the other side of the Vale so to speak so I thought it only appropriate today so talk about a haunted hospital. In the state of Oregon. The Oregon State Hospital took two years to build and was completed. Eighteen eighty three and opened as the Oregon State insane asylum but by eighteen. Ninety one it house. Four hundred seventy eight male and two hundred twelve female patients and two additional ways were constructed to accommodate the influx at the time the most common cause of insanity was in temperance masturbation religious paranoia by nine thousand nine hundred. According to hospital documents over five thousand patients had been admitted census opening while two additional women's wards and four new. Men's wards were added to the main building miles of tunnels connecting that more being constructed beneath a narrow gauge railroad was established that allowed the hospital transport patients between buildings without the public observing as note the state capital and associated. Buildings also have a tunnel system to this day but they have never been connected to the State Hospital by one thousand nine hundred seventy five with the opening of the dommage and eastern Oregon state hospitals and patient. Transfers to these facilities the residency had been lower significantly and the superintendent allow shooting of the movie. One flew over the CUCKOO's nest entirely inside Oregon State Mental Hospital known to only a few a small law in the basement that contain thousands of copper urns filled with the cremated remains of inmates. It was Oregonian newspaper that I brought the room of forgotten souls to light in October. Two thousand three and two thousand six newspaper won the Pulitzer Prize for the story. While Oregon State legislators debated what to do with the airlines between nineteen thirteen in one? Thousand Nine hundred. Seventy one over five thousand. Inmates were cremated quite a problem. In two thousand five hospital records were found indicating that in eighteen eighty nine inmate. Either York was found in a bathtub. Dead even was thirty six year old. Marion County woman. Who probably wasn't even mentally ill. According to old newspaper clipping from the era she was an epileptic confined to the hospitals asylum era epileptic ward five years before her death in those days malady like depression. Alcoholism was viewed as Kintu Insanity. Eva died between two and three. Pm on Tuesday Past Day in the epileptic ward while left unattended in a tub. She had a seizure died from it. A corner ruled that it was natural and accidental. He found no evidence so drowning. An inquest jury declared the hospital to be in no way responsible. The news account went on to say that the Hospital Telegraph. Word of Asia's death to brother. Residing near Hubbard her remains however we're never claimed on the hospitals West Plaza in an area hard packed dirt surrounded by a ten foot fence topped with razor wire. It was once used as an outdoor recreational site for inmates locals at drive past that portion of the hospital facility staff say they often see the image of a young woman barefoot wearing a bathrobe standing in the middle of the yard? Speculation is the ghost of a

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Trump fires key impeachment witnesses Sondland, Lt. Col. Vindman in purge

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:33 min | 2 years ago

Trump fires key impeachment witnesses Sondland, Lt. Col. Vindman in purge

"Yesterday security officers escorted lieutenant colonel Alexander women out of the White House his twin brother also won the national security staff was escorted out at the same time and then it was turned for Gordon Sunland no escort for him though ambassador Sunland issued a statement thanking the president for the opportunity to serve as US ambassador to the European Union both in minutes Tomlin provided damaging testimony about the president's pressure campaign on Ukraine last fall during the house impeachment enquiring and after their dismissals many people wonder who might be next we're joined now by amperes Whitehouse correspondent Franco Oregonians Franco thanks so much for being with us thank you remind us about the testimony how damaging well women oversaw American policy toward Ukraine on the National Security Council he actually listened in on president trump's July twenty fifth call with Ukraine president Vladimir is a Lansky he testified that he had no doubt that trump was demanding that Ukraine investigate former vice president Joe Biden in return for an oval office visit he also said that relations between the United States and Ukraine were damaged as a result and he struck quite a figure on television testifying being there in his dress uniform you know I do want to note that both then man and his brother were moved back to the army and ambassador some well son one was one of the quote three Amigos who worked with Rudy Giuliani the president's lawyer on Ukraine policy they worked outside the normal foreign policy channels was there a quid pro quo as I testified previously with regard to the requested White House call in the White House meeting the answer is yes he famously also said that everyone was in the loop but his comments were also used by Republicans to defend trump Sunland said at one point that trump told him that he wanted nothing from Ukraine and no quid pro quo Franco is is retaliation or the president making as is his right personnel changes well you know we saw president trump celebrating his acquittal this week he was clearly angry and even spoke about van man and his brother with disdain you know his press secretary Stephanie Grisham said people should be held accountable for doing things that hurt this country and the president I asked John Gans about this he wrote a book on the NSC called White House warriors he said it's clear trump knew people were watching had he done this last week it could have been held against him but now feels unleashed by the acquittal in one of these three people gone service was repressed so that is something that they all knew going into these jobs but it is still shocking to see sort of personal animus of personal retribution plaque out and the peers to be with these three public servants it's not a surprise that democratic leaders like house speaker Nancy Pelosi and senator Chuck Schumer our outrage they are calling this shameful and they're calling trump weak and Frank are there are other career civil servants who testified in the inquire re do they still have their jobs well there have been a flood of people who have already left they include US ambassadors who worked in Ukraine such as Maria von of H. and William Taylor but there are still seven career officials who are still in their jobs my colleagues and I we reached out to their attorneys last night and to this moment there are no changes to report

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"the oregonian" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"the oregonian" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Melissa and perhaps for don the ghost serve as a way to process their trauma or alleviate the magnitude of their lost but Keith he's become their prey they both want and hunt them and to exercise his demands he attempted to purchase them on paper others have definitely been a theme you know with my dog on the road before he was arrested he was sentenced letters he was on a postcard and that's his way of communicating with me and my siblings while he was on the road as a truck driver so I have all these postcards and letters from all these different destinations and I would look forward to them then my father was caught by writing a letter a confessional to my uncle and grandfather then when he is arrested he starts writing Sir Tony and and then after that he continues to write letters to me and tries to say communication with me and he writes letters to media outlets and he writes letters to want to be writers and photographers he keeps using letters to be his medium to the world when speaking about his letter to The Oregonian just percent almost makes it seem altruistic to free to innocent people but he's on able to conceal his narcissism the good feeling I had when I wrote that smiley face letters sent a termination dot but I said I'm going to do it because I'm trying to talk to people out or punished for appointments to get these people out without myself and as one would you care I didn't think of right two people can take the blame the prosecutor.

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Trump says he and Xi will sign China trade deal

Here & Now

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Trump says he and Xi will sign China trade deal

"President Donald Trump says phase one of a trade agreement with China will give the US agriculture industry a boost but as NPR's Franco Oregonians reports the deal still needs to be signed president trump is making the optimistic prediction that U. S. farmers may have trouble keeping pace with the expected demand that will result from the newly struck deal with China as they affectionately the farmers are gonna have to go out and buy much larger tractors because it means a lot of business a tremendous amount of users if sign this agreement would boost Chinese demand for US agriculture products and reduce some terrace on Chinese

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Why Oregonians should stay home for the much-hyped ‘unicorn’ meteor storm

Glenn Beck

05:02 min | 2 years ago

Why Oregonians should stay home for the much-hyped ‘unicorn’ meteor storm

"Now we've got to wrap our minds around this but it's something that I've never heard of and that is a meteor storm not just a meteor shower but a meteor storm called the unicorn meteor storm and it is scheduled I say that facetiously for tonight yeah but it may be too cloudy here to see if we're gonna talk about anyway because that's how we roll we are joined now by U. T. D. astronomy professor Roger the leaner who can explain this a little more than we can good morning professor yes good morning Amy invaders so tell us about this meteor storm and what the differences between a media storm and a meteor shower well at first unlikely as it sounds there is such a thing as space weather so indeed if your outside the right events that happened the vaguely predictable just like the real weather almost but sometimes you get a feel stones I guess would be the analogy in this case international medial storm that happens every year in the in this November twenty first of twenty third but then occasionally there's a combination of factors and you for that a new video store and so these don't happen very often I thank god and the stronger I mostly worried about them because then you can hit satellites and then maybe the internet will go down yeah I was just reading just yesterday about some people some astronomers who were not only concern but kind of annoyed by the fact that the satellites that all the satellites we have an orphan our blocking their view of other parts of the galaxy but now this meteor storm you say is something that happens every year and maybe you can explain why that is why do we have something like this every year so many many or stones but normal sort of leftovers from comments that happened that comes through the sewer system around the sun regularly and this was this comment seems to have something like a six hundred year period which is longer than a human lifetime and so we tend not to notice these kinds of things even though they're quite regular so why are they calling it a unicorn unicorn meteor shower well because it's very rare like unicorn so yes obviously we we maintains the the maybe all storm itself I mean the media's Harris poll the album monster it and that's the constellation where the I'm from every cycle so the unicorn is are very rare combination of a coincidences that may lead to a very spectacular show tonight yeah it is very frustrating that it is highly unlikely we're gonna be able to see it from here because we do have rain and thunderstorms in the forecast for tonight here in North Texas but as you know when the full counselors and know better than me to your store and so they may be at an opening so I encourage everybody to just go outside around ten thirty central time and look up at the starry may you might notice something also notice something I am I and my understanding is correct me if I'm wrong is that the the frequency of the of the meteorites are falling stars if you prefer that that we should be able to see if we can see it would be greater greater frequency than that of say the Perseid yeah that's right and so this particular incident of consumption months things that attack number of clients in recorded astronomical history nineteen twenty tolerates thirty five eighty five ninety five so yes these things are predictable the name of eight cents then the exactly how bright this home is gonna be it just depends on how we should insist maxim but let me just inject that the biggest problem from my point of yours and astronomer in space whether in spades jump that humans are put into orbit around the earth so at night you see both natural yours but also human made one what what are the chances that one of these meteors can actually hit earth okay so that's not so much larger question in this case most of the media what they're probably going to be small enough that they will not I doubt they tend to burn up in the air and so they will not actually reach the surface of the earth but prepared this forum so if you're out there looking and you see something coming towards you doc very scientific

Court Temporarily Blocks Oregon's Flavored Vape Ban

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:59 min | 2 years ago

Court Temporarily Blocks Oregon's Flavored Vape Ban

"Vape shop owners in Oregon are celebrating a court ruling that will keep them in business at least for another six months learn more about that from Cuomo's Carlene Johnson just like here in Washington state Oregon's governor Kate brown issued an executive order calling for the ban on all flavored vaping products organs had eleven people hospitalized with long issues from vaping and to death well yesterday the Oregon court of appeals granted a stay of six month thing she'd overstepped here on this Ryan Adams an attorney for a vape shop owner who challenge the band if this ban would have been upheld you're talking about thousands and thousands of people that are out of work because of the stroke of Cape town's pen the court's ruling only stops the ban on fifth Ave been products with the nicotine organs liquor control commission regulates vaping products that contain cannabis those are still banned Oregon governor Kate brown says the stays unfortunate and she still urges Oregonians to heed the public health warning and a stop vaping

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"the oregonian" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"the oregonian" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"But because the mix of the paperwork sperm from the first unsuccessful treatment was used the mistake was only realized after the embryo have been transferred to the woman. reports of the couple were invited to the center where the air was explained there was an apology and report and you know. support so the couple reported oppose a procedures they tended to continue with the pregnancy there was another error where in in cracked gas cylinder hooked up to chamber filled with several embryos from multiple patients unfortunately because their death or damage yeah I I don't know how I would take that as a mom if My Baby eight. got destroyed I would be all mama bear if not you know it's interesting. you don't think about your eggs you know. I am in fact. female fetuses have aches already. so it's funny because you know my kids when they don't want to see grandma you know they're kind of a left and we're all like it was gravel I like you know you were in a also what her tummy. I I don't know why I say that is if that's really going to make everything better you know and look at me like okay not really grossed out to talk to them all the time of the beating my universe you know and then and then being a my ovary and then them coming out of the canal and I'm like so you know we're there neon lights you know like there's a lot of roller coasters okay so there there was this one I don't know what it was I think it was a water ride where there were flashing lights were you were going down the slide outside to the light and I remember asking the kids when they were coming out of me giving birth did they remember like it being like a water slide my kids love water side so my guess is it's because you know they have memories of coming out. I don't think so. they really can't answer it they really don't like when I when I talk but the day like hearing stories about when they were babies. you know but they don't like cared about what I eat you know and you know what I'm saying to them when they were my tell me I was in my time because uterus just you know you know when they were when they were hugging onto my endometrial lining this is what we do they they just don't like to hear that stuff but you really make me mad over the years CMOS other birthdays and so when you were little egg yeah so I don't know how I would feel if you know my baby eggs it would be destroyed now there's a doctor in Oregon who is stealing over his donated sperm because apparently the clinic use it for seventy different kids. he's a mandatory this firm. and he's already been I guess now I guess he's a father really seventeen kids which is a violation of an agreement that allowed no more than five and he is now suing organ fertility clinic Dr price clear he believes it's possible that he's ready for children from a sperm donations thirty years ago that's according to The Oregonian or oregonlive the lawsuit filed Wednesday in Multnomah county circuit court and says Cleary donated his firm when he was a first year medical student at Oregon health and science university in nineteen eighty nine. that was when the hostels for twenty click solicited in another class please yeah if you're a medical student and the hospital asks you to do something you do it. so my guess is I I you know they kind of had a captive audience there so the students had to I I guess the students felt compelled to give sperm. March eighteenth March two thousand eighteen is Lawson says he began to learn that a sperm donation successful results on the first of some children after two young women born to the fertility clinic process contacted him the young women told of the used ancestry dot com data as well as specific and substantial in information given to them by the fertility.

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