17 Burst results for "Twenty Two Twenty Year"
"twenty two twenty year" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"They're, they're just terrible. They're mean we don't have the same. Amount of abortions that we did just fifteen twenty two twenty years ago, even ten years ago. It's gone down exponentially. And if you're a woman who was able to get out of bed open your eyes, and like tweet and text. And, and send emails, you can figure out how to go get some birth control. I mean it's readily available today, and I will not go back to the days. We'll rush got trouble. But, you know, I'll say listen, you're a college student, and you're being offered monthly a birth control for twenty dollars a pop no pun intended. But I gotta tell you, it's, it's really I'm nervous about the culture war heading into this aspect, then you have GOP Representative jumping on the president the few days ago, saying that you'll hear my reasons why, and he's a Michigan guy, so that's the jumped out to be. And I've been looking at the reaction to the mullahs report over the last few weeks. And I was on the air. When the bar summary of that report came out. And again, you know, I was watching Chris Wallace today. I love him. I think he's a great news guy, and I, but I think he's, he's decided to pick a side heading into this election because I was watching Fox News. Sunday with Chris Wallace this morning. And they're talking about the, the immigration deal the immigration deal that the president came up with this week, which is, I think a very comprehensive plan does have a prayer in hell of getting voted on and which only exposes the Democrats for who they are. And they are a militant left-wing. Secular progressive communist movement. Now. No doubt about it. And I never used to use radical language like that. But it's no longer radical. It's the truth. And we have people standing up and saying, well, the this is not gonna move. I I'm Nancy look at these. I looked down, and I pay good money for these just look at that door. Everything else. It's bizarre. And then you have this Representative. I've looked at the case looked at the summary rate of a good deal of the mullahs report, not going to sit here lies there, read the whole thing I did not. But people are suggesting that Mr. Muller wrote this thing to be a trail to offer a pathway to impeachment. No, it's not this, this report does not belong to the American people does not belong to the congress, it the long to Robert Muller, who turned it over to the attorney general who sold dominion over. This report. And it's getting to the to the, the final product. There was a lot of cooperation on the part of President Trump and his entire team. How many lawyers did I hear hearsay yet? He cooperated too much. He offered too much information documentation and cooperation with the staff, the White House attorney, and again, we'll move into the conversation about James me today man he is flipping out, but this was not a report prepared for the congress. This is a report prepared to find out whether or not there was collusion with the with the campaign, and then obviously post inauguration was the son of some sort of untold behavior, by the administration. If Robert Mueller had something after seeing some of the back and forth, and then he, you know, it's, it's the voltage that Robert Mueller coal the following day and said to Joe while we're not happy with the reputation. Attorney general bar was working with Muller and his staff on the summary work with rod Rosenstein on the summary. If you're too cowardly to come to a legal decision if you're too inept with your dozens of turn as with your dozens of FBI agents forensic, accounting accountants, and IT experts and you, you can't examine. But it's not really. Sure. But it's acutely report. No, it's not. We paid thirty million dollars and between thirty and forty million people saying, I'll err on the side of thirty million, we paid thirty million dollars for that army for that battalion of professionals law enforcement, legal IT. We paid all that money to really really not sure he that doesn't fly with me. In my world. If we were assigned a case, we worked, the case, if we had any questions about that case, we would certainly call the as and talk to them. Let them know what we had I always add on the side of safety didn't want to jam myself up for the sake of so much and I called idea, this is what we got this where we're at. And, and, you know, I great as we got to work with it will phenomenal. You know, you just you don't come up with exonerating anybody. If you're a prosecutor today that's not what you do. And if you've got a grand jury system, which the that was available to the Muller team. We all know that. And how many referrals went to Virginia and New York in both the respective federal districts? You. You weren't that exonerated. But what the hell is that language? And if I was Boris, this is ridiculous. You need to take this back in. And give me a definitive answer. Either way, if you want to indict, we don't have to indict in public, you could seal the indictment and made make it subject. Number one. Everybody's talking about the office of legal. Oh, god. Oh, well, see, I think it's the all say they had an opinion in two thousand and their opinion said in two thousand that you need to not indicted, sitting president, it'll disrupt don't want. Let's say the president takes gonna whack somebody. What are you going to do? Well, we can't indict them. But BS I don't care which party is in office, by the way, if somebody commits overt felony or a high crime and misdemeanor while in office. Guess what if you want to wait till he's done? That's fine. Gimme a sealed indictment would subject number one. That's all you don't have to say he'll, it is. And you keep the indictment seal till after that done. I personally believe you've got a high crime in a misdemeanor that politically, any democrat or Republican would use their brains and just resign at that, at that moment, which would I mean, if it's an overt felony and the world knows it. They're going to resign. That's, that's just fact. But the way these things are described and they're portrayed in their laid out. And Chris Wallace man. He he caught my ear today. And again, I'm a fan of Chris Wallace. I'm a fan. He's a good news guy. Great debate moderator as well. Shepard Smith is a good news guy. Really good news guy. But it's no secret. Call me crazy. It's no secret on think chef is a chef was a fan of President Trump. I get that. I don't think Chris Wallace said he fan of President Trump and you could tell by his questioning between the Republicans and the Democrats on his set, but he was what he said today. That really flipped me up. They will wrapping up the immigration conversation towards the end of end of that segment. And he slips in at the end, you have a lot of GOP members who don't want legal immigration to this country either. And he just moved creek, very rapidly moved onto another subject. Now, I worked with a lawyer like that, who is classic for that. And, and it's they just throw it in and move onto the next thing, I'm like, okay. And I got this very definitive feeling in a lot of the news, folks to say enough is enough. We can't we hate this guy, and we're going to help along the way, and I just I feel bad about that. Because it's a again to the guys, I mentioned a great news guys. And, and curses, a great interviewer moderator and what he's reporting a hard, solid news. I think he's one of the best so ship. I shop and it's but a lot of people getting very concerned about this. If you wanna give us a call today, it's.
"twenty two twenty year" Discussed on KOMO
"By his gone. It's a one hundred sixty million dollar plan to build a new park and improve transportation. Joshua Curtis says the city's office of the waterfront told the council how much it would cost property owners in the neighborhood and median condo owner would have a one time assessment of one thousand nine hundred dollars. They chose to finance that with the city of her twenty years that would end up being about eight dollars a month, plus financing, of course, he says it would cost commercial property owners in the area a total of fifty nine hundred dollars which they can spread out over twenty two twenty years. Opponents say the cost should be spread out across the entire city. Not just paid by the neighborhood property owners businesses along the waterfront also say the dry weather earlier this week helped to soften the economic blow of the viaduct closure, but many shop owners in that area. Fear, wet weather. We'll keep the customers away when the crew start demolition on the viaduct. Mike Osborne owns south CEOs produce. There's a ton of apprehension of what's going to happen. When it starts raining and win the three weeks turns into five weeks sub shops and restaurants are tried to draw in more customers by extending hours or offering deals or parking vouchers while highway ninety nine is closed. A semi truck slammed into a median barrier on I five at Tacoma overnight. This happened near highway sixteen where there have been several bad accident through the construction zone. Komo's Carleen Johnson filed this report from the scene it was just before to this morning. A semi truck driver lost control slick roads from the rain. He hit the medium the cab of the truck actually jumped the concrete divide slid down damaging the medium. There was a diesel fuel spill to it took hours to get everything cleaned up and get the free way back open Theresa Lewis lives here just above the freeway. She says this is really a bad spot. This is ridiculous. You.
"twenty two twenty year" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"Really cool to do when you pull it. One of those gas station goes ding, ding, ding, and actually come on pumped your gas. That's actually, I hate that. Really? I hate it. The winter city we had one that's a little bit jersey. How old are you in the fifty? Pump fuels. Stole. There's there's one borrow a few up in Massachusetts. Go out of my way to go to where the ballers ball players play too. So have also jersey you can't put your back. The law also organ, I think or something. Was. There were some people that freaked out. Jimmer greatest. Yeah. Hey, we're happy. You're here on that. Thanks, guys. I appreciate you'll figure it out five player. Maybe six seven tool that cleaning lady the Michigan was spot on big, right? No, no. I don't think. So I don't think so just gonna clean this, holy place. Like every other place. I've lived has not been clicking since day. We moved in since we've talked since we talk I blew her kiss. She's down two hundred. That's a true story, boys. I'm here to save some money get some shit done. I'm gonna end up tipping the lady. That's gonna happen. Which is nice. Tell you boss. I got a lunch meeting at noon in embroiled ripple tied. I'm on a plane. What have you been Gorms gifts? Let's it Gorms gifts pro, bro. Very christmas. At the end of the day. But right now Golden Knights that art Z You've you've been. been yourself a bike. Yeah. Christmas. We're walking everywhere. You're being penguins fan. Obviously the best team in a sport big win last night last night for the Pittsburgh Penguins. Coming around anytime the wings would play play the penguins. I would I would shout at you on. I mean, you you guys. I here's the thing that you Plum, guys. Okay. We're just talking smack. We're just talking you guys wanna fight. I'm not gonna say what I said. But through a little through a little kid out there the other day. Everybody's like what the fuck did you say? Hey, bro. Bro. Came in one day Steelers had just lost. And I actually just wanted digs his opinion digs. Nice night him in Nick were fucking up to you. You know, what it's like your alliance? Joe? Zero to one hundred zero call God, God, I I never never never. never gonna ask you one time. I was in south side. We'd been drinking all night. And it was the end of night. We saw the way south side is gonna keep your head on Was my head. there for like eight years? I noticed that on a swivel. I come out of this pizza place. Just bought a nice little piece of pie and to my right? There's a group of raven sans walking on the street fuck and sing. And I was like, well, this is situation will or like you have to put your city. So I handed in my pizza the guy this guy square off and we both row haymakers at the same time. We both hit each other in the head. We shake hands. We walk. You had to be done. And you had to do it walk around my city. Plus ravens you singing. Respect that was young though that was like twenty two twenty years got knocked up by guy him into of his friends got knock into same strip here place, legit one of the as a Guinness world record. I think for most bars in a square square foot, by the way, most bars per square foot is going to lead to some things, for instance, after those bars, let out you you got to have your head on a swivel out there. It is it is an unsafe place to be just roaming around not because of anything bed. It's because of other drunks just swinging at you for no reason at all not at all you see in flick Shen shirt. Cross the street. You sense a little bit of something like that group is probably gonna come over here. And try to fight us. Let's just keep it moving. Here. You say some shit about Sidney Crosby. Shirted right in the fuck. This. What if I do this? Go ahead tee off go ahead..
"twenty two twenty year" Discussed on KOMO
"And how widely they are you. Used around the west and around the world, Microsoft moved to Bellevue back in nineteen Seventy-nine Allen left four years later after being diagnosed with lymphoma, but he remained with the company's board the currency, yo Microsoft released a statement saying, Allen's contributions are indispensable. He said, quote as co-founder of Microsoft in his own quiet and persistent way Allen created magical products experiences an institutions in doing. So he changed the world. The CEO says he has learned so much from Allen is inquisitiveness curiosity and pushed for high standards is something that will continue to inspire him and everyone here at Microsoft, the company's CEO adds that his heart is with Allen's family and loved ones. And may he rest in peace Rodman, Steve McCarron. Komo news. Does is of community members and city leaders met in Seattle Monday night to talk about making businesses in the city safer. People oppressed, local and state officials on the growing challenges businesses are facing with drug users and increased crime many voiced frustration about the lack of action here. Spew of acronyms nonstop the peacocking of failed programs over and over again. And the fact is nobody cares anymore. Representative Eric Pettigrew Seattle council. President Bruce herald Seattle fire chief herald Scoggins were just few the local officials at last night's meeting man who police say killed the woman and then killed himself Friday night in a murder suicide had a history of domestic violence. According to court documents several women tried to get restraining orders against him. Komo's Suzanne fawn has more from lacy shots. I look out the window is laying on the ground. Brutal ending for a man and woman killed in an apparent murder-suicide police now say fifty year old Michael Michelin of lacy pulled the trigger on himself after killing forty year old Marian McCarty Friday evening in a parking lot in south sound, great mother. She rephrased to great children clan. Sullivan was McCarthy's next door neighbor, and landlord, he says McCarty Michelin dated for a few months, and then things changed McCarty feared for her safety. And that of her two kids McCarty also told Sullivan and his wife about the protection order. She was granted my opinion is that it's not worth paper. It's written on. What did it do her? Several limit had applied for protection orders against Michelin over the years. Suzanne Phan, KOMO news who crashed into the overpass pillar on I five and DuPont. In two thousand thirteen wins at twenty eight million dollars settlement from the State Department of transportation. Twenty two twenty year old Schuyler Seward was left a quadriplegic after the crash. She was riding in a car that went over an earthen. Firm that was built around the pillar news Tribune says in two thousand six the state legislature funded a six year plan to replace the berms that were proven to be ineffective. Komo news time is twelve ten. Now. An update from the Harley exteriors KOMO sports desk game through the National League championship series. Last night. Went to Milwaukee Brewers beat the dodgers four to nothing game. Four in the best of seven series tonight at dodgers stadium in NFL Monday night football Green Bay Packers. Took the San Francisco forty Niners thirty three to thirty and a wild weekend in college football directly affected, both the huskies in the cougs. Washington's upset loss to Oregon drop them in the rankings from seventh to fifteenth while while zoo who didn't play manage to crack the top twenty five the husky loss knocked them out of the driver's seat for the Pac twelve north and ended their playoff hopes on Saturday. It's the huskies versus Colorado pre-game seven thirty kickoff. Twelve thirty here all the action here on KOMO. Art Sanders at your home of the huskies, KOMO news. I'm Don McLean. The reason we invented.
"twenty two twenty year" Discussed on KGO 810
"It's not UFO TV. It's just a hoax coast to coast AM on K G O eight ten. And welcome back to coast to coast, and we are back with one of our faves. Mister Lobos, we talk about some horror films, and of course, next hour. We'll take your calls your questions and even your storage go give us some of your favorites. You have liked horror films since you were a kid, haven't you? Well, actually, and briefly let me just say that William castle one or two direct Rosemary's baby. But he had such a reputation of doing gimmicky movies that they didn't let them do. But yes, when I was a kid, I was terrified of these. I mean, I like in my Spiderman pyjamas, you know, just sweating under the coffee table shaking with fear. I'd have to go into the other room. I was the kind of kid that when the skipper yell at Gilligan during Gilligan's island. I would have to get out of the room. You know, it was a little too little too hot when skipper with Gilligan with his half. And we were watching a move my dad, and I think with a lot of these movies that bonding thing, you know, father son kind I'm the same way. I was going to talk about that. And I I will. But you're exactly right. And and I think it's kinda rite of passage, you know, and and I think originally I just was. Watching these movies to kind of be with my dad, and he would be in the recliner watching creature features. I'd be next to him or hiding behind the recliner sometimes. And you know, I think it was maybe I don't know if it was the crawling hand or just the hand, but they have this very convincing hand crawl disembodied hand crawling by itself. And I and I bothered me so much my dad, did, you know, if the rubber hand that they filled with great jelly, and you know, or manipulating with liars, and I'm sure his explanation was dead wrong. But but it put it into this perspective of weight. This is fun time. They're playing this is a show. This is this is this is this is a game. You know, this is something to make this isn't something that just to torture me. This is this is something for fun. And I think that there was this kind of an odd kind of moment. And I think from that point forward. I couldn't get enough. You know, I was I if it will not just were all horror. I feel is is that under horror and Sifi. I think are under the bigger umbrella a fantasy stuff I think the horror is an offshoot of fantasy. And so it's fine. I I like all of it. I like I like John movies. I like, you know, the monsters and robots and ninjas pirates all of my dad used to bring me God rest, his soul to all these movies. When I was a kid. I remember him taking me to see the mysterious when I was seven years old, Mr. Longo. And then, of course, the scary one for me. I was nine years old the house on the haunted hill, the original one with Vincent Price. Right. I mean. The blind woman in the cellar, man. He would bring me to all these movies. Now, I don't know if he brought me because my mom didn't want to go or whether or whether he just wanted me around. But I mean, all these all these movies. He would bring me to the TV shows he would love to see science fiction theatre in in in those kinds of shows. You know, he'd have them on all the time. I think he's one of the reasons why my mother is one of the reasons why I got into broadcasting, and I'm, you know, indoor UFO's and the paranormal, but my dad got me into these movies and all these science fiction shows, he loves those things. Well, sure, you know in all of those, and I think it all ties together, you know, because I think that curiosity, you know, just the fact that just like a like a show like Star Trek might, you know, kind of brought us to cell phones. And and you know, all sorts of things. You know, I think that the curiosity for the occult and the supernatural, you know, I think is probably the Genesis thirty the Steed of a lot of your your guests on your show who started watching these movies and and decided to go, hey, let's dig deeper what you know are there ghosts? Let's find out I think so too. What do you think of the Texas chainsaw massacre nineteen seventy four version, you know, the the Texas chainsaw massacre gets has had the heaviest rap. Everyone was trying to do the Texas James. I'm happy. There is hardly a drop of blood in that whole movie, you think there is you think there is right. Thank areas. Right. You know? And you go back, and you watch it, and it's all still murky sixteen millimeter, and this chainsaw in the how weird their house was with all the the mode mobiles made out of bones. And you know, the psychological aspect is really what clicked with that movie. And I. Think that everyone that what team after it? Those were really I think they're really sloppy slapdash, you know, a bunch of teenagers waiting to get slaughtered kind of movies. But really as the original Texas chainsaws, they were they were they were heartbroken when they got an r rating they were trying to get a PG because they thought no one was gonna go. See it the nineteen sixty Alfred Hitchcock movies, psycho, the shower scene. You would think you were looking at stab wounds every second not one stabbing. Did you see in that shower scene? No, no, no point does the knife entered Janet Lees body at any point, you know, it's happening. But you don't see it at the sounds. I think add a lot to that. And there were a bunch of of it. There were a bunch of melons that they had laid out and they were stabbing different types of melons and his caucus standing there stroke, Shannon, watching the sound guy. You know, making all these weird hollow strange down stabbing all these. Different fruits and vegetables. Say a word and as he's walking out the door. He just said cassava. Blair witch project started with pennies, but that was a scary one to Blair witch project is really interesting because you know, they were fortunately, I had a friend who was ushered win win that movie came out, and he was cleaning up vomit every single night. Job. He couldn't handle it. And it wasn't because it was eerie. It was because people had had a good become accustomed to the found footage. First person, you know, just a just a handy Cam or Cam camcorder, filming a whole movie, you know, so you know, that was kind of a first of us sort of found footage types downs and an independent film that went really big. And you know, and it's like, okay. Well, you can say what you want about that movie. But you know, that that movie was that was the director had final cotton. They made the movie they went the way they wanted to make it, and they created this whole legend in this, Laura. I mean, I live in Pennsylvania, not far from where the Blair witch is supposed to happen and people still drive in. They're looking to uncover this thing that never happened. So they read a really great job of not only making a found footage film. But but creating a story that. People wanted to believe, and and you know, nowadays, I think that'd be hard to do because of the internet. It gives you can't keep a secret for twenty seconds. But in nineteen ninety nine fooled everybody, everyone thought the Blair witch was a thing. What did you take a FREDDY Kruger nightmare on elm street? You know, it's interesting. I didn't like it when I saw it originally, you know, it just kinda just greedy and came out in nineteen Eighty-four, right? Eighty four. But you know, I I've gone back, and there's a lot of humor in it. And and it's very imaginative. You know, he's not just stabbing people going into their dreams, which I think they pretty liberally ripped off from the movie dreamscapes, which I came the year before which is an excellent movie with people should seek out with someone is trying to assassinate the president inside of his dream, right? But yeah, I it's actually very clever movie and and with any any arnav whenever they go five six seven equals. Yes, they're getting pretty bad. There's a movie out two thousand fourteen I never saw. It's got a weird movie it shows up as one of the horror films. Have you ever heard of the baba Duke? Yes. I have you know, and I did not like the bother do very much. It's Austrailia and film. I believe it's about a mother and her child, and they are basically kind of dealing with the grief of the loss of other spouse wherever intifada, and I think it's manifested in this in this creature that kinda comes alive from children's story book, which kind of looks like London after midnight. You know, got like a top hat and kinda sprite way kind of hair. He's a cartoons out of a children's book. I didn't really I didn't. I never really believed that Bob reduced. But that wasn't the part of it. I didn't like I didn't like that seemed like a two hours. They'll walk commercial where it was. This allegory for their depression and their Greece. And that you you don't ever really escape your grief. You just have to see what is it about horror in creepy films that people generally like to be scared. You know, I think it's you you you one I think there's two there's two aspects of the roller coaster. You know, it's two kinds of roller coasters. You want to see you get off? Right. You get on a Wooller coaster, and you have so much fun that you want to get back on it again. Other kind of roller coaster is when you get off your kissing the ground. Forever. Wanna get on that roller coaster again, and they're both fun. And I think that you know, you you you you you're safe. You know, you get to put yourself in a kind of a mock mock danger, you know, and but really you're safe. And then you feel like you've overcome something. And I think that it's just that that rush, I think it's just that thrill. And and again, I think for a moment there, it makes you forget all the really saying the real things in real life that really do terrify you. And I think that that's worth the price of admission by what are the demographics of movie goers these days? I mean, I went to a lot when I was younger, and I don't go to nearly as many movies now that I'm grown. I prefer to see them on video or DVD's, or you know, streaming, you know, in the comfort of my house. I think a lot of people are like that. It's interesting because you know, I think that you know, I think. They're having a hard time holding onto viewing audience. I think that honestly, I can I think that the young women, I think are probably the target because you know, we've lost all the boys to video games. And I'm the way I mean, the women aren't far behind. But I think demographic wise now we're going with stereotypes. So I think I think women spend the money. So I think that a lot of horror films. I think were has kind of been made. I mean, even with this new horror with this new Halloween movie. Jane Lee Curtis is the hero. She's she's been a kill Michael Myers when she gets a hold of them. She praised. She was praying for him to escape that a Saint asylum. So she could blow his brains out. And I think that having these here roic women in these movies, if you didn't Star Wars, you know, now, doctor who was a woman, I think that it's a if it's a visa women are still spending their money on media, physical media on movies, and they're they're controlling that dollar. And I think we're gonna see a lot of horror and SCI fi films with strong female throughout throw out some percentages. I'm gonna give you some age brackets here. Those who are fifteen years old to twenty what percent of them. Do you think go to movies? Probably not. None really. Eighteen to twenty two twenty years old. Yeah. Hi, I would say forty percent about twenty to thirty. Twenty to thirty. I would say I would make skew that a little higher. Maybe maybe fifty percents thirty to forty years old. Thirty to forty. I would say I would say larger. I would I would guess maybe sixty five really okay now. I think it starts coming down forty to fifty years old forty to fifty years old. I think yeah. I think it would really come down. I would think that maybe maybe twenty percent fifty to sixty and I would have probably even less, and I don't know maybe the fifth year olds might be hanging in there. But I think maybe the sixty year olds and beyond are probably much much more likely to enjoy a film in their home into trouble with going to one of the things we'll do just for fun next hour when we take calls for you is we'll ask the callers if they want to share their age, it's up to them. And whether they go to movies or not I can't remember the last movie, I went to I mean, I I look at a lot at home on video..
"twenty two twenty year" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Which race? And I remember every single detail. You do not forget these details. I was taken to a hospital that night. A police report was filed. Host of the situation but having little bit snippets of what occurred and just recently. I can't even remember what happened two weeks ago. I think that's farfetched to me. Yeah. Day. I you know, I I feel sorry for her. I feel sorry for women to get a Wraith or salted. You know? I mean I've had in my lifetime. You know? Plenty of sexy women, getting joy, or whatever somebody comes back and cry cry wolf after the fact, okay, but I definitely condone what happened to her. It was unfair. But it may not have been done by. Brad kavanagh. Okay. All right, Jack. Thank you. For your comments one line open now at eight four four to two zero zero nine six five Dr four during her testimony this morning did say that she named her assailant as Brett cavenaugh. She said, it is absolutely not a case of mistaken identity, and she later stated in her testimony that she is one hundred percent sure that it was Brad Kavanagh who assaulted her in high school back in nineteen eighty to go back to the phone lines at eight four four to two zero zero nine six five Craig is holding on line seven, Craig you're up next on this special edition. Orlando's news at noon. How're you doing Craig? Good afternoon to you. I I wanna start. I'm gonna pray for this lady. I it's important that we all pray for her. Because for some reason she got hurt somewhere at one time. My issue with her is she's lost credibility with me when she first said that she couldn't fly, and then flies all over South America to Delaware. That bothered. The last thing that really bothered me statement was when they when the. Prosecutor did the circumference of the area for worse with wing predicted a six to eight mile range for that drive to the party. Can't remember the person? What bothers me is. I don't know anybody that could be in a car with somebody else. Driving for six to eight miles and not have a conversation or remember who you were with. Yeah. All right, Craig. Thank you so much one zero three here on news ninety six point five WDBO, you can tell you know, the line of questioning by Rachel Mitchell's prosecutor in this point what she's trying to get at. And that was certainly one of them another line of questioning was who paid for the polygraph who paid for this who paid for that? She got into her fear of flying as well. And that's something I want to bring in our very own. Gene Wexler about that was you know, three or four questions about the the fear of flying. That was definitely something that Rachel Mitchell was getting so I've been looking into this a little bit. And so so I've seen some reports that they really wanted to get her in earlier, but her fear of flying delayed it until today. But then you heard a lot of questioning there about her travelling to Hawaii and traveling to whole bunch places of via plane. So I guess what they're trying to. It's there's talk of her credibility. Right. Right. Right. Her fear of flying. So that's what some people are. Questioning like I'd see the tweet from who is this. This is Ben Shapiro. He's a he's a he's a conservative commentator when he said the whole point of this is that she was supposed to come Monday said she had a fear of flying. So then this happened today, which is Thursday. But then they were asking her questions about you know, all these places that she has flown to. So there's a credibility quite and they asked her she asked her about the flight, I believe it was from Maryland or Delaware to New Hampshire right without saying it, you know, basically inferring that that is a very short distance, you know, relatively speaking. So, but we do have one line open. Now. Thank you, gene. Eight four four to two zero zero nine six five. I'm Scott Anez special edition Endo's news at noon, we are awaiting Dr forward to come back into the hearing room once again, her testimony will continue against supreme court nominee. Judge brek. Cavenaugh course cavenaugh will he have his opportunity. At some point time this afternoon. Let's go back to the phone lines. We've got Bill online nine Bill you're up next here on news ninety six point five WDBO Bill. Hello there. Hello, sir. How are you? I'm doing very well. Just calling in on the doctor Ford's got the money. Testimony today. My concern. My concern here is just like everybody else's as far as her having PTSD type symptoms or symptoms and applying all over everybody aiding and the same thing goes as sure its crying extensively with the polygraph test, and I would feel in my opinion that would straight or deter the polygraph results is being actual effects. And then also she seems to not be upset in certain matters of questions that would be into for your traumatized to that point. You'd be upset and some of the question you never given to you today as well. All right Bill. Thank you for your comments, eight four four to two zero zero nine six five Dr Ford's testimony should begin here in about six or seven minutes. When it does begin. We'll take you live back to Washington, you're on news ninety six point five WD be oh, let's go to Chris in Orlando online one. Chris you're up next on Orlando's news at noon. How you doing Chris? Good and yourself. I'm very well. Thank you. Excellent. Thank you very much for your time, sir. I've been watching the hearing every every minute of it and something I've kind of picked up through the process, clearly Democrats waited to the last minute to bring this fourth. But I'm picking up hints that through the timeline leading up to September. That's the Democrats were maybe coaxing or helping her in other ways for one the polygraphs being administered by a certain person paid for by somebody who she doesn't know being one to the asking for the FBI investigation seems like maybe that was pushed on by them as well. And it seems like maybe their hands are a little bit dirtier through the process of in just merely waiting. Maybe I'm wrong, but just from listening to it, it seems that way to me. All right. Chris. Thank you for your thoughts. We do have one line open at eight four four to two zero zero nine six five. Look, I I I'm one of those people who actually live through. And was actually fascinated by the judge Thomas Anita hill hearings back in nineteen Ninety-one. Because when you first saw a need a hill, and how policy was in her testimony. She was very very convincing in this morning. At least for me. I'd I found that that doctor Ford was convincing now from what we understand according to those close to judge Cavanaugh a much more animated and and less robotic judge cabin. We saw that Fox News interview with him. The other night will come forth at some point in time this afternoon when they are ready for his testimony. But I mean, we'll see and it's it's it is a classic. He said she said, you know, and I'm sure some of those people who were impressed by Dr Ford's testimony. And and and I was to a certain extent some of those people will will say the same thing about jets cavenaugh this afternoon. That's why these things are are so complex and yet very very interesting. Let's go back to the phone lines at eight four four to two zero zero nine six five, and let's go to go. It's gonna Mark in Melbourne, Mark. You're up next here on Orlando's news at noon. How you doing Mark? I'm doing fantastic for I believe today's thirsty. So not too bad for Thursday. I've got a rather interesting one to toss out there. And it's one that speak up. This is not in terms of mental health. This is not a light person. This is a twenty two twenty year. I experienced professional with bachelor's master's and doctorate in psychology. She has an understanding of what had seen the reactions that people would get she would have the ability to read people much better than the average person. So here's the question. I'm not saying it is or it isn't a victim of domestic violence. Trust me. I can appreciate how things can be bad. I'm not trying to quit quite what I went through to her, but I've been traumatized myself. So I can appreciate that. But here's the question. And nobody's asked it. This is a mental health professional how easy would it be for her to read people for her to know how to present. And I convey that to other people such as it went to a lay person convinced them that she'd actually been through this. I'm not saying she has a she has a I don't know. I'm not on mighty. But it makes it's the question. I haven't heard anybody ask, and this is one if she didn't have this education, and professional Spanish, I wouldn't ask this. This is a very interesting one. And nobody's asked. All right, Mark. Maybe I'm up on law landmark, unfortunately, we've we've got to run we could put that down. We're up against it here because we do expect Dr comeback any. To Moni here any minute Jeanne? Right. So what we're gonna do is go to traffic. Jackie O'Brien is here. Safetouch Security triple team traffic. What's going on over there? Jacky?.
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"Slash backup This age sixty. D answer This is our American stories and we love telling stories about our men and women, in uniform on the show and we don't wait for Memorial Day and. Veterans Day to do it we do it all year round, because the men deserve it, and we talk about men president and men and women past who served some. Who paid the ultimate price and for this one we. Turn to General John Kelly He spoke to a group of families who. Lost sons and daughters in, service of our nation this was back in two thousand fourteen he was then a, four star general he offered them a glimpse into the on-duty lives of. Their loved ones he told the story of the last six, seconds of to comment marines, killed in action under his command to men who are absolutely extraordinary an absolutely. What the Marine Corps, expects from each and every member On the twenty. Second of April two thousand eight two marine battalions the first battalion ninth. Brains the Walking Dead from Vietnam fame and the second battalion eighth marines were switching out at a place called Ramadi Iraq one battalion was. Going home in a few days just starting at seven month tour Two marines. Corporal Jonathan Yale and Lance corporal Jordan hurt her twenty two twenty years old respectively One from each battalion there, were Suming, many watch, together, at the, entrance gate to post a contained a makeshift barracks housing fifty marines The same broken down ramshackle building was also home to one hundred Iraqi police who are allies they were my men, in this fight against the terrorists and reminding Yale was. A dirt poor mix race kid from Virginia with a wife and a daughter and a mother and, a sister Who lived with him and he supported them as well, on thirteen thousand dollars a year Herter was a middle class white kid from Long Island The two of them were from two completely different worlds and our country Not good not bad just different Joined the Marine Corps they, would never, have known, each other They would never, have even understood that multiple America's exist Simultaneously, depending on your educational. Level your family's income. Status maybe but they were, marines they will combat marines and because of this bond they were brothers as, close is if they were born to the same woman The mission orders they, receive the shortage in this squad leader I'm sure when something like this okay Clowns stand this post. And let no-one authorized personnel vehicles. Pass You clear on that and I'm sure yell. With her then roll their. Eyes and sit in unison. Something I. Guess we got it we know what we're doing screw you.
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"Of the show the numbers three five seven five eight six eight so typically speaking senator dunleavy usually calls on wednesdays i know he had another events i don't think he's going to call in today so i am going to shift things up and throw curve ball at everybody we have senator mike shower in studio i'm so glad to see this is the first time you've actually been in studio with me in studio that's right you've called in many times i gotta tell you okay so senator i know we got a campaign and we gotta talk about all that kind of stuff but you're one of my favorite people to interview 'cause you're you're very candid kind of it kind of fits with my personality sometimes i have to warn you can get you in trouble i haven't seen it happen yet but you know the amount trouble down south i gotta tell ya and by that you mean i've stirred enough pot already i believe a fit in the belly it works our well let me ask you okay we for those of you for those of you listening that i've never met senator shower i'm gonna make him do a quick rundown of his background because for is say this all the time his wife michelle sitting here smiling but i tell you i think it's just awesome that we have the one state senator all right go ahead tell us your background born in florida went to the air force academy training f fifteens then flew f twenty two's twenty year career some change i was in the right place at the right time in serbia in nineteen ninety nine in an f fifteen to shoot a couple of mig twenty nine's we'll ever serve you did do that as one of the first eight operational test pilots in the f twenty two have to bring that up here back in two thousand seven that was really cool so i had a really really awesome career as far as flying fast jets went and we were stationed your twice in the early mid nineties and alaska came back in two thousand six the twenty two and after about two thousand ten and we were like you know we're gonna have to move pentagon staff to resolve stuff had nothing to do with cool stuff and meetings and you know that kind of stuff like i've been doing a couple months in juneau we decide it's time to stay we loved it here last lasca was home society three for us and so we were done about a year and a half delta didn't particularly care for flying passengers lounge around fedex was a hiring said okay it's time to jump ship went fedex got based appear in anchorage live a nice quiet life flammables plane having fun at fedex doing really great things then somewhere this past january my whole world turned upside down it did because you truly you know this is what cell remarkable i mean you know i've said this i've i've met politicians that have had these really lucrative very exciting lives i'd say fine flying a plane is one of them and then they just have a calling for service and they say you know what hang on i'm gonna put my my stuff on pause here because i think i can make a difference and from what i've always gathered from your decision to put your name in the hat to replace senator dunleavy when he resigned his position to run for governor it was how did that all come about it was i have to clear my throat for that one.
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"Us here on sunday morning football da with you and our next guest led the cleveland brown through their last glory era that was in the 1980s where they were in three afc championship game is in four years she won the national championship as the starting quarterback of the university of miami's hurricanes cinderella season the 1983 he's a twotime probowler as well in one a super bowl couple of years after he left the cleveland browns with the dallas cowboys bernie kosar who also has a new book out called learning to scramble his life in football and after football joins us now birdie good morning good morning gear good to be with you you to my friend thanks so much for joining us in now your book tackles a law the things that you dealt with including celebrity at an early age you were a northeast ohio kid you became the starting quarterback of the browns the earl and your early twenties you were as you said showered with adoration at twenty two years old being a civic icon how did you handle that i i think the first thing again and we're seeing now with them uh younger guys coming out of college you know not really taken therefore complement of college eligibility in your seen kids in the league now at twenty one years old twenty two twenty years old and i was being groomed under the howard kellenberger's the jimmy johnson type coaches where you're really mandated to focus almost exclusively on football and that was something that was although it seems simple and easy to do it's easier said than done your kid and a growing internet no city like miami a um the history of football started to the northeast ohio with a professional footballer brownsville up here if easier said than done but it was uh from to the really helped me have success i think if i'm appeal 'cause i was able to really block out the peripheral stuff and just focus on playing the game another came with a car of that financially in personally some but football meant so much to me and winning games was who was such a focal point that i would i was proud i am proud to accomplish ray accomplish given all those those situations there were going on around me and i say.
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"High schools season opening game school district says it will bring all schools into accordance with current federal law that prohibits school sponsored prayer in public school a jury resume deliberating a verdict today in the trial of a man charged with kidnapping and killing the tennessee nursing student holly bobo the jury of twelve began considering physical evidence and witness testimony yesterday on thursday for the trial of zachary atoms and savannah tennessee they deliberated three hours and resumed this morning the trials eleventh day adams has pleaded not guilty to a duck thing raping and killing bobo he was twenty two twenty years old when she walked into the woods behind her family's house with an unidentified man who remains were found three years later near her home in part sins tennessee and the latest on donald trump a north korea amid new north korean threats the testa hydrogen bomb in the pacific ocean president we uh president trump tweeting out friday that the road regime's leader would be tested like never before kim jongun of north korea who was obviously a madman who doesn't mind starve dinger killing his own people will be tested like never before end quote tweeted out trump now meanwhile kim jongun said trump was quote unfit to hold the what did he say he was unfit to hold the prerogative of supreme command of a country i don't even know what that means exactly but i'll take him for his word blossoming in for inflation he also described the american president as a rogue in a gangster fond of playing with fire he said trump's remarks have convinced me rather than frightening me are stopping me that the path i chose this correct nso stay tuned greg i'm short tomorrow morning we'll all wake up to a new round of a twitter insults between trump and the leader of north hurry was long have we wake up just like the school yard back and first grade school yard everybody calling each other names it's just dumb there's nuclear weapons involved in twitter twitter's involved instead of instead of the school yard.
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"No governor telling people to put anger aside and he was told to reach out to fellow citizens ryan burrow abc news charlottesville virginia president trump called for unity and blamed quote many sides for the violence during the day that drew criticism from religious leaders and lawmakers for not denouncing hate groups by name the white house clarifying his statements today saying that the president yesterday condemned all forms of violence bigotry and hatred and of course that includes white supremacists kkk neonazis and all extremist groups the investigation into the possible hate crimes continues the suspected driver or twenty two twenty year old james fields is in custody charged with second degree murder national security advisor lieutenant general h r mcmaster on abc's this week says he doesn't believe the us is any closer to war with north korea and at than than what we were a week ago despite the escalation in rhetoric from both sides he called on allies this time for all nations including china russia as walls or close out laws japan or south korea to work together toward a common goal of denuclearizing the the the korean peninsula general mcmaster says the time has now for the allies to make a concerted effort in dealing with the threat you're listening to abc news news radio 610 wtvn alison wyant the ohio man being held for driving.
"twenty two twenty year" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Two fellow citizens ryan burrow abc news charlottesville virginia president trump called for unity and blamed quote many sides for the violence during the day that drew criticism from religious leaders and lawmakers for not denouncing hate groups by name the white house clarifying his statements today saying that the president yesterday condemned all forms of violence bigotry and hatred and of course that includes white supremacists kkk neonazis and all extremist groups investigation into the possible hate crimes continues the suspected driver twenty two twenty year old james fields is in custody charged with second degree murder national security adviser lieutenant general h r mcmaster on abc's this week says he doesn't believe the us is any closer to war with north korea and at than than what we were a week ago despite the escalation in rhetoric from both sides he called on allies this time for all nations including china russia as rolls or close allies japan and south korea to work together toward a common goal of the new garage the korean peninsula general mcmaster says the time is now for the allies to make a concerted effort in dealing with the threat you're listening to abc news koa newsradio time 900 to one of four motorcyclist tour riding on the colorado classic bike race course hits a denver police officer trying to stop the motorcycles both the officer end the motorcyclist were hurt although perhaps not seriously police spokesman doug shipman unclear at that point of our investigation i'll be motorcycle motorcycle close race route one other motorcyclist was arrested two are still at large or up a whole county deputies are looking for thieves who not only stole a truck but the and used it to ram a pawn shops in a series of smash and grabs manny wrote greek is telling cbs 4 it's his family's truck that's being used he sought on a surveillance picture on the news rodriguez says his family needs their vehicle were not ribs were not poor but were hanging in there and we can't just go by another drug police say the thieves are stealing guns and electronics from the stores they're targeting the truck is a uae white ford f three fifty with license plates from mexico the it's a piece of history of very old cottonwood tree revered by the ewc tribes of western colorado has.
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"The governor telling people to put anger aside and was poll to reach out to fellow citizens ryan burrow abc news charlottesville virginia president trump called for unity and blamed quote many sides for the violence during the day that drew criticism from religious leaders and lawmakers for not denouncing hate groups by name the white house clearer fine his statements today saying that the president yesterday condemned all forms of violence bigotry and hatred and of course that includes white supremacists kkk neonazis and all extremist groups investigation into the possible hate crimes continues the suspect a driver twenty two twenty year old james fields is in custody charged with second degree murder wta national security advisor lieutenant general h r mcmaster on abc's this week says he doesn't believe the us is any closer to war with north korea and that than than what we were a week ago despite the escalation in rhetoric from both sides he called on allies this time for all nations including china russia as rolls or close allies japan a south korea to work together toward a common goal of denuclearizing the korean peninsula general mcmaster says the time has now for the allies to make a concerted effort in dealing with the threat you're listening to abc news this a approval model the best syria for this sunday morning weavings wikus heidi for what happens to twenty miles an hour denied you to be clear follow 65 with was to twenty five miles an hour of a sunni windy monday with a high of eighty nine with gust of thirty miles an hour tuesday below patchy fog.
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"They lost ground and instead of looking at the real economic problems in our society they are in a raise and then call well the reason why you did not doing as well as white americans would you feel entitled maju would do well in the reason why you're not doing so well because about blacks because of the immigrant because of the mall from any racial diversion back unfortunately because it's a sense in our society a wide entitlement why all all any fault is that in colleges and universities right now even with the verse in our society people who opinions colleges and universities bill overwhelmingly white that nevertheless that they are it's basically in the in the week colloton where african american name gear numbers drop in the last twenty two twenty years by point three percent some people are jeff king a narrative i'm not remember when you hear radio barbara perry said the notion that somehow pool why people are the corporate than this the dog dogma theme become the rich visit late goal why people ampoule black people in poor people who need them i we we we given the people who are the culprits a pass on this the better well but yeah i rapportive i i think that uh four white emily have a lot more in common with core and low in african american election act channel dan they're willing to admit but lasquites that i had a really important i think that white people in the country do have gone on quite a lent dorm born in brad into a system that caused them their superior become their way that they are entitled to these fortunate things will happen to them when with turns out that it happened to them only because of their ray so you've got both a nickel corruption and a d willing nor could be more lad right so what why people punching ninety one percent of white people in the united states of america have a high school education they what you will about the fate of our public school they are literate they can read just like anybody else curie they know very well a father two fa bother to read they would know very well i'm.
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"Behavior modification unit sell scary doesn't it meant jeremy isaac rodriguez rios twenty year old shaved head dark eyes finger tattoos two years into a 45 bid for the fiveyear bid for a double murder spent half that time instead sticker gatien was two years lock down twenty two twenty years day rears admits he is quick to throw a punch but he said prison counselors are helping him learn how to defuse you have to bring yourself in first i feel anxious and disrespected you say that i explains those situations where this a bitch punk to me i try to verify mi endangered or can we took it out that is a huge change right another twenty year old michael taylor arrived you're just a after a just arrived here after month in the highly restrictive acute intervention wing his hands won't stop shaking i'm super paranoid he tells me he's hoping and stay in the behavioral unit another month or two even though it sucks being back here dealer says he likes to therapy sessions and the treatment ladies quote unquote today with a population of segregation unit no less than onethird of its pre nor peak since a new policies put in place prison officials reports sharp declines in inmate violence and threats against staff also in the use of force by staff against inmates when he navarro israel's less aggressive in contentious jackson says your safer now look dakota has advantages as a lab for corrections reforms like norway sparsely populated relatively hump homogeneous racebased prison gangs will little sway here and of course that's the case in maine to uh another advantage done specter told me is simply that the state government governments sufficiently small can be responsive to the exertions of a visionary leader yet bush injects had no illusions about transforming their system into a corrections you'd tokyo overnight you have to pace yourself now the norwegian principle called dynamics security dynamic security you'd posits that warm relationships between inmates and staff reduce the potential for violence american prisons typically try to.
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"And as a player who played four years but also as a guy who understands people want to support their family make money if they raise the to the i i'm i'm not i'm not correct by believe it's nineteen up they raise it to twenty two twenty years old before you come into the nba what would be your personal opinion on that as a guy who's been a fouryear player of firstround pick a player and as a finn and also a guy who could understand people want to feed their families this with report for me because move saw argued with a report on for me is i would love to see these kids learn more at the car was at the crease in them for as if they're going to try to pursue this as a career basketball i would love to see them spend more time learn how to play the game and as spin in more than one year and cards because you can't teach these guys anything in thirty five games one in one season just not enough time the second part of it is i understand that if you eighteen you should be able to go live then if you think that you're good enough to to be a professional basketball player at the age of eighteen you have the opportunity there i get that right but you got noticed you not ready right the you're not read destination that that's the beauty of like like you're not ready to come in in in contribute to team right now which is not to happen.