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Lost in the Forests of Tennessee
"You go out in the woods today you are show off or a big surprise. I'm always one for spending time out in nature and enjoying the wilderness. But you always have to be a little bit careful of where you go when you get up to. And that's the theme of tonight's fantastic story. Nowhere near as gruesome as the one. I told you on monday just the same now. My dear friends. I think you know what time it is. It's hump day so please sit back and relax with your favorite drink is. It's time to listen to down here. In the south riding horses is still a fairly popular amongst many. There are many different types of writing. But i've always been keen to trail ride myself. Shell writing is just what it says. It is riding your horse through trails in the woods. Mountains hills and hollows as anyone from around here. Tennessee would tell you it gets hotter than the devils not sack especially during the summer months that is to say when summertime trail riding takes place at night often we wait until full to begin writing because the weather makes it easier but during the summer we ride these rights are always time and a half as usually just a small group of us get together we all gather at the edge of the woods find the trail head from that we set out together for a long night of trout writing through some of the south's last uncivilized land. This particular story and ride took place in august three years. My father and i met up with our friends. Jr and h apm at a place known to the locals as galley hill. It has this name because the trail head is behind the galley hill. Church of christ and cemetry. Yeah i know it sounds bad already but this has been the only trail to this ride for as long as i can remember and it's never cost any sort of problems so like i said we set off for a long night of horseriding and for everyone but me a long night of drinking. I never drank when we rode. Because i wasn't of age and i was our designated driver. I'm aware this all may sound very dangerous. So even strange. But i assure you it's not at least not to us gilly hale is full of well-traveled trails during the winter but during the summer people don't write as much. The trials grow up making it easy to get lost or at least turned around halsey smarter than most folk given credit follow. They have a tremendous sense of direction and can see well at night. The only problem with horses being able to see at night is that in all for them to maintain their vision. It needs to remain. This leaves you without anything to improve your own vision while you ride a thousand pound animal and the duck who the middle of a wooded. No the only exception to this one may use a dim light with a red bulb and redlands for whatever reason which. I'm sure someone hit and explain. These lights won't make your night blind weakland aside from that and the only light we have come from the glow sticks. Everyone ties to the front and back of their saddles. So we can keep up each other easily anyway back to that. All night house came and went with nothing out of the ordinary happening as we wrote and covered a lot of ground constantly putting more distance between us and the whole trailers. I guess. It was around midnight when i made the comment that i was hungry and brought food to cook implying. I wanted to stop for more than just a few minutes to build a fire and eat unsurprisingly. I was not the only hungary one because we immediately stopped him. Within a few minutes had fire roaring and hotdogs roasting when we stop period of time we would always tie horses to trees in a circle and gathering the middle to do our thing. This was done especially at night for more than one reason. I because everyone to relax a little as we could all keep an eye on the horses together and made sure they didn't run all this had happened before and it's nearly impossible to catch a wild in the woods at night. The second reason is because host is a very large animals have superb hearing by having them form circle around us. It served as a natural to any unwanted visitors. Viewing are not after all. We were in the middle of nowhere in the woods at night. The horses formed a circle and inside the circle. We all sat by our fire eating drinking. When carrying i suddenly had the urge to piss so i stood up and walked. Had a few yards to the other side of my horse to go.
"weakland" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
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"weakland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Ago and is charged with receiving Russian state secrets an accusation he's always denied a judge will deliver a verdict in his trial on Monday morning in Moscow from our correspondent Sarah Rainsford reports welcome this is a political kidnapping continued pressure calls this month an American spy America because this trial a mockery of justice ask the pool we learn the former U. S. marine has insisted on his innocence for the entire seventeen months since he was arrested I can tell you that the only thing that I this come to Moscow as it to trial was held behind closed doors officially that's to protect the Russian state secrets Mr Weakland is accused of receiving no details of ever been revealed though and now the judge is due to deliver a verdict citizen services from him to from him Mr women's family and none of us that within forty to us you know last year I met his cousin mark in England the shipping letters from Moscow prison cell it is literally just to try to pull women's parents the from Birmingham is a British citizen when Marcus I spoke a game online this time he was trying to be optimistic I would like to think that hopefully will be about a foot high that they could to do the right thing there is no evidence he's done nothing wrong yeah right stop playing games people let's just get it right that's the priority now the commerce Metropol hotel advertises itself was an ideal Christmas destination sure it's what we live with staying in late December twenty eighteen against an American friends went dead but as he was getting ready FSB security officers burst into his room that is what happened when you were arrested in one.
"weakland" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Red glow there on the horizon we were expecting some rain to come in overnight it hasn't arrived quite yet but it is on the way in the meantime let's get outside and check traffic one nobles has the very latest with long run what we do have a big problem out just south of Weakland on highway sixty five this is just north of the bear river bridge I understand we have an accident that as traffic backed up in both directions on looking at speed tenses right now on southbound traffic is backed up all the way through we went all the way back to dairy road north bound traffic is backed up all the way to re also wrote insured and we don't have an estimated time of giving that re opened closer to home things look pretty good AT from Roseville ten minutes to the gap city split another ten on the cap city freeway and you're downtown get an accident reported eastbound I. eighty across the top accounted Norwood the good news is no one is injured speed chances are showing any delay there if you make the trip in from elk Grove on I five it's twenty two minutes to downtown back to the limit once you get past florin road ninety nines an eighteen minute drive a fifty from Paulsson twenty although it's six twenty two minutes of becoming ever more than on I five sixteen to make the commute from Davis's band AT across the causeway with their amazing coverage and twenty four seven claims support it's no wonder mercury was named one of insure dot com's top auto insurance companies for twenty twenty four today at mercury insurance dot com and see for yourself with mercury can do for you traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Ryan nobles news ninety three point one K. F. C. K. R. it is preceded just mentioned we've got a storm that's moving in is probably going to hit mid day today sick a good amount of rain and snow especially in the high country so today's forecast rainy with highs in the low forties.
"weakland" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"One two nine zero the family of an eighteen month old girl who fell to her death off a cruise ship is doing well Caribbean USA radio networks Tim Burke has the story grandfather Salvador en ello says the child went to touch the glass window but it turns out the window was open Chloe's mother Kimberly Weakland blames royal Caribbean I would like to say that my Caribbean played a major role in the death of our child there is no reason for their share of walls of glass surrounding the eleventh floor with questions that open if that condition did not exist Chloe was somebody here we went in the family attorney Michael Winkelman want royal Caribbean to respond hope is that work for me and doesn't to fix these windows I know they should because of the wind for refurbishment shortly change the windows put on and do something kids are not supposed to die on crucial for USA radio news I'm Kim Berg one of the nation's first son has something to say about time magazine's choice for person of the year USA's Chris Barnes report time selected sixteen year old Swedish climate activist Greta through Berg as its choice Donald Trump junior taking to Twitter shortly after the announcement to express his disapproval the tree warning calling her a marketing gimmick he says that the Hong Kong protestors should have won instead times editor in chief stands by the decision calling soon Berg the biggest voice on the biggest issue facing the planet right now for you as a radio news I'm when the king if you're living with diabetes in using insulin you know the pain of pricking your fingers over and over again by wearing.
"weakland" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Dot com a toddler has died on a cruise ship he was a radio networks Tim Burke has more to other Khloe Weakland was on a royal Caribbean cruise importer Rico with her family and died after falling out of an eleventh floor window in a kids play area the family says it happened after the grandfather put the top there on a wood railing expecting there to be glass there however there was no glass in the top there fell to her death an attorney for the week one family Michael Winkelman says the accident was preventable anything else is questions why would you ever in a kids play area put windows that passengers can okay I mean we've all had that experience was someone walks into a glass sliding door thinking it's not there the inverse of that and it was reasonable for Sam the grandfather to think that this was all class because his perspective it was off Willie Nelson John Mellencamp Neil Young and the Dave Matthews Band will headline barmaid two thousand nineteen when the music and food festival visits Wisconsin in September far made a farming economy this year resembles help things work when Nelson founded the organization in nineteen eighty five Nelson says devastating weather low prices and current farm and federal trade policies are harming small farmers far made two thousand nineteen will be Saturday September twenty first at alpine music theater in east Troy Wisconsin marking the second time that far made has brought its music and food festival to the state for USA radio news on when the king.
"weakland" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"News center. I'm rusty Mellberg. Gun owners in New Zealand are being told to check their firearms to see if they fall under the immediate ban announced on military style, salt weapons and semiautomatic rifles. The swift regulatory move coming in the wake of last week's attack on two mosques in the city of Christ's church. New Zealand police Commissioner Mike Bush at a news conference seen the lawful. Ownership of some firearms might not be lawful anymore and authorities are encouraging people in possession of those guns to fill out an online form or call their local police departments. Want to do everything we can to ensure those people? Get to bring the firearms to surrender surrender to us and Mike that possible and possible quickly the prime minister of New Zealand just sina Ardenne says the people don't hand over their weapons continue to possess these guns. We'll be in contravention of the law. Currently the penalties for this range from fines of up to four thousand dollars and threes in prison after the removal of two priests names from buildings associated with the Milwaukee. Archdiocese advocates for survivors are asking for the church to go a step further by now snap. Wisconsin director. Peter is Lee says the decision to remove the names of Rambert Weakland and William cousins, we'll help provide some closure. Hopefully, this will give some comfort knowledgeable victims. But the names that really matter are the names of over one hundred alleged offenders that are still secret by the Milwaukee buildings will be renamed on Friday, though, the archdiocese has not yet said what the new names will be Mike Spaulding, WTMJ news. There's a new phone scam going on, and it's called spoofing scammers have figured out how to hack you're caller ID. Now walkie county sheriff deputy inspector Brian Barco, says just like so many other government agencies. The sheriff's department does not call individuals and threatened arrest unless you pay up would demand money your payment over the phone at all we do not do that Barco says if you get a spoof call contact the Milwaukee county sheriff's department came Matenaer, WTMJ.
"weakland" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The removal of two priests names from buildings associated with the Milwaukee. Archdiocese advocates for abuse survivors are asking for the church to go even a step further. Now sample -sconsin director Peter is Lee says the decision to remove the names of Rembert Weakland and William cousins, we'll help provide some closure. Hopefully, this will get some comfort acknowledgement victim community. The names that really matter are the names of over one hundred alleged offenders that are still figuring by the Milwaukee buildings will be renamed on Friday, though, the archdiocese has not yet said what the new names will be Mike Spaulding. WTMJ news changes perhaps attorney general Josh call calling on fellow lawmakers to support the legal legalization of medical marijuana. China as the state of Wisconsin continues to battle the opioid epidemic. We should look at what has worked in other states. And that includes examining the impact that the legalization of medical marijuana has had my view is that I would rather have a doctor prescribing that patient medical marijuana an opioid in almost every case call speed at a two day opioid conference in Green Bay, governor Heaver supports medical legalization through the Republican controlled legislature, though, they've control the voice some concerns to that. President Trump says special counsel rubber mothers report should be released. Let it come out. Let people see it that's up to the attorney general. We have a very good attorney general is a very highly respected. And we'll see what happens the president asked about that report today outside of the White House issues still concerning the special counsel, and whether or not bet would be released everybody or whether or not something else could come of that. Well when everyone heads out. Including Steve's Kapiti to bet on the March madness. Some would wonder whether or not there could be issues with it productivity becoming an issue today. Jim Ryan all the way to the sound of college.
Catching up with Freddie Highmore from 'The Good Doctor'
"And right now, there is a show right here on ABC called the good doctor, which has been more successful than I think any show in over a decade on this network. Well, it stars my guess, Freddie, Highmore. So welcome. Thank you for the lovely introduction about the show. I didn't even know that it was that figure that you quoted. So yes. Well, not that. I that just comes with somebody handed me that information off the top of your hands. Don't people treat you better. Now, you know, once they know that your show is like a gigantic ratings getter, don't they say, Mr. Highmore is there anything we could get you don't really I think, thankfully, things seem to be pretty much the same as they were before in terms of life. Sure. No, I'm still like eyeing up the thing that it's real. I need it with you. But it it makes me choke little can't have that. So you could do it and just always watch this. And I wonder if it's real of physician. Or playing one on TV gives you thirty doesn't it? You must know something by now. No, I think it actually is probably was to you know, if you're gonna play in and someone says, oh, we need an eye to raise my hand thinking that I'd learned something from the surgeries, and you know, various diagnoses that we've given the is it would be more dangerous than someone who knew nothing simply because we take shortcuts. It's like an eight-hour operation has to go in fifty minutes. And so I think I think I knew what I was doing. But I'd have absolutely no idea. Oh, yeah. You just hear simple procedure. Oh, yes. To get the knife in the wherever and Weakland around jamming Jamming in. in. Not only that. But you know, Dr show and Murphy play is. So he has this other thing going for him and. Does with that whole idea that you're playing somebody with autism? Ring this note of responsibility to one you're doing much more than if you were back on Bates motel playing and Bates, you know, a fictional character. This is also a fictional character. But again, there's this autism. That's in there. What do you do when you take on a part like that? What was your research for it? I mean, David shore, wonderful main, brighter and show Ronna sat down before the pie and also in between the pilot and making the show with the consultant that we still have on board and also just traded back and forth books and pieces of literature. Documentaries that we thought were useful gave us some sort of insight into building this one, very particular character. It's wonderful to see somebody who suffers from this who can't emotionally relate. But who cannot tell lie that's wonderful. Each getting so much trouble for just not telling a lie to somebody. And I also love how the how Sean is changing over time to and not something that David nice spoke about from the very beginning as being essential with this that in the pilot, it feels like way back when it was probably just under two years. Feels like back when I was young. There was naive to him. And he was in this big city environment. Having moved from the countryside for the very first time adjusting to this whole new world. And obviously that innocence that he had then if the situation changes over time and just because Sean it stating the obvious, but just because he has autism. That doesn't mean he's not going to grow and change changes a person. And so I guess one of the things I'm most proud of the first couple of seasons is that we've managed to show how he is progressing and learning, and we get a little bit more, which you kind of into that like a bit more of the fun and his sense of humor coming out the episode with people, and and he Dr Glassmann that Richard Schiff plays some recently when you both get high. Yes. Because you're taking his we'd pills thinking for nausea and pain. And there's just something terrific about watching that. And you could play. With that and play with the characters to do it. I also how the show will stop. When Dr Sean Murphy has this idea, and we see these visuals just what's going through his head. But this particular episode directed by you, yes. I know I'm watching it thinking, oh could have I think tweak revocable page editing. Like, oh, there's a couple of frames here and there and you get four days on the TV show to kind of all has to be done. But I don't know what directing does to people because every director of ever interviewed a watch on send does it different. But these are actors that you've been working with for two seasons. And you've written the first episode of season two. Yes. Well, but now you're pushing them around. What are you? Are. You a dictator goes on. We got what would they say? This is probably yes. Like my sticky plan. No, I genuinely just love, and I got to do both those things on base, my toddler's, well and just contributing to the show, and in that wide away makes it even more fulfilling, I guess, but but the directing was could fun apparently, I direct in my British accent. That's when it sneaks out because I try and say the American as much as possible onset. Ripping that you ration- for your next role. Yes. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. This is purely the direct
"weakland" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"And McCain was as guilty as anyone within the church of sweeping those cases under the rug and not being proactive. Septicemic attorney Chisholm is going to fall the church for its handling of these cases. I would certainly hope that the role of McCain would also be investigated. After all there's certainly a highest duty offered by the DA himself. But that's the thing attitudes change. And this whole problem within the church has been a problem of attitudes. That were in the place where in place now rejected by people now. There was this attitude of well. Well, the person needs help why are dirty laundry? Let's move odd. That was appalling. But it was widely held it was held by a lot of prosecutors around the country who never chose to get involved in aggressively tried to throw in jail, some of the people who clearly should have been put in jail. So my first suggestion does Chisholm is going to be you forgot to investigate how the church handled this there needs to be an investigation into the Macau the mechanics office handled these cases as well. And let's go into how the ball was dropped at the governmental prosecutorial level as well. If not it's just a cheap shot investigation. Which is we'll go after church leaders, but will that go after his own mentor and others in his own office? Predecessors of his. Who also were less than aggressive in going after what clearly was something that needed a widespread investigation at the time. If the church it simply back in the seventies and the eighties tried to grab the bull by the horns this problem. Never would have been as big as it was. I think there are a lot of reasons that there was a looking the other way there was a concern over the shortage of priests which is beginning develop at that time. There was the concern over ostracizing gay priests. There was the concern that was held certainly by remember Weakland, the former archbishop that some of these priests were decent people who are troubled and simply made a mistake. Weaken himself at his own terrible conflict of interest, and that he used church funds to play back to pay blackmail to an individual that he had an inappropriate relationship with. You can certainly see how that colored his handling of other cases. I think both most Catholics are appalled by the fact that these things were covered up, and they feel a sense of betrayal from church leaders, particularly of the past for not aggressively dealing with things like this. If you're simply going to conduct an investigation or review, how people more mostly now dead handle cases that occurred many decades ago, I questioned what the point is if you're going to do a full investigation to see whether or not they're still Cup ability on the part of people that are around. Now, I don't even know who those people around now would be. If it's just the way for a DA to grandstand. Now that he does it have a governor to Ron John does on and Chisholm wants to do a six year. John Doe into the church in the same way. He was doing all these John does on Walker. Well, then I'd have no time for it. I think in general. This whole area of abuse of minors. Is one that society had certain attitudes in the sixty seventies eighties and even into the nineties odd. And we have since come to be appalled at those attitudes. Even now the number of scandals that you see in public schools were public school. Teachers are implicated in inappropriate relationships with their students. I can't say they're being swept under the rug. But the treatment is often less than aggressive when the teacher is a female often, they get only a year in jail. When you have inappropriate conduct short of abuse, bad comments viewing porn, and so on the current governor, Tony Uber's could even get the guy run out of the teaching business. So some of this stuff lingers on even today. So what the goal here of Chisholm is will help determine whether or not I think that this is productive or if it's simply going to be go back and dredge up a bunch of stuff to try to grab some headlines off of if we're gonna have a real review. Let's review who the archbishop at the time Weakland did consult with let's review what the role of the authorities were including the local district attorney who was choosing to be both Ed advisor to the church and a prosecutor. This whole business though of you got some bad apples and will reassign them to this church of the next church. And so on. It's horrible decision. Rationalization is the second strongest human driving, those a lot of rationalizing it, including this whole notion of forgiveness. And what are we gonna do it or not enough priests? Anyway. To the discernment problem that went on with some people that should have been washed out in the seminaries, clearly not being it's certainly not limited to the Catholic church. This problem of abuse continues today, as we know from the headlines that we see in the papers, the problem of perversion of people being attracted to children is still a problem as we see with all the kiddie porn cases..
"weakland" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"And McCain was his guilty. As anyone within the church of sweeping those cases under the rug and not being proactive. Satistics attorney Chisholm is going to fault the church for its handling of these cases. I would certainly hope that the role of McCain would also be investigated. After all there's certainly a highest duty offered by the DA himself. But that's the thing. Attitudes change. Ed, this whole problem within the church has been a problem of attitudes. That were in the place. We're in place now rejected by people now. There was this attitude of well. While the person needs help, why are dirty laundry? Let's move on that was appalling. But it was widely held and it was held by a lot of prosecutors around the country who never chose to get involved in aggressively tried to throw in jail, some of the people who clearly should have been put in jail. So my first suggestion does Chisholm is going to be if we're going to investigate how the church handled this there needs to be an investigation into the Macau. The McCain office handle these cases as well. And let's go into the how the ball was dropped at the governmental prosecutorial level as well. If not it's just a cheap shot investigation. Which is we'll go after church leaders, but will not go after his own mentor and others in his own office. Predecessors of his. Who also were less than aggressive in going after what clearly was something that needed a widespread investigation at the time. The church it simply back in the seventies and the eighties tried to grab the bull by the horns this problem. Never would have been as big as it was. I think there are a lot of reasons that there was a looking the other way there was a concern over the shortage of priests which is beginning develop at that time. There was the concern over ostracizing gape race. There was the concern that was held certainly by remember Weakland, the former archbishop that some of these priests were decent people who are troubled and simply made a mistake. Weaken himself at his own terrible conflict of interest and that he used church funds to play bat to pay blackmail to an individual that he had an inappropriate relationship with. You can certainly see how that colored his handling of other cases. I think both most Catholics are appalled by the fact that these things are covered up, and they feel a sense of betrayal from church leaders, particularly of the past for not aggressively dealing with things like this. If you're simply going to conduct an investigation a review, how people more mostly now dead handle cases that occurred many decades ago, I questioned what the point is if you're going to do a full investigation to see whether or not they're still culpability on the part of people that are around. Now, I don't even know who those people around now would be. If it's just the way for a eight a grandstand. Now that he doesn't have a governor to run John does on and Chisholm wants to do a six year. John Doe into the church in the same way. He was doing all these John does that walkable then I'd have no time for it. I think in general. This whole area of abuse of minors is one that society had certain attitudes in the sixty seventies eighties and even into the nineties odd. And we have since come to be appalled that those attitudes. Even now the number of scandals that you see in public schools were public school. Teachers are implicated in inappropriate relationships with their students. I can't say they're being swept under the rug. But the treatment is often less than aggressive when the teacher is a female often that get only a year in jail. When you have inappropriate conduct short of abuse, bad comments viewing porn, and so on the current governor, Tony Uber's could even get the guy run out of the teaching business. So some of this stuff lingers on even today. So what the goal here of Chisholm is will help determine whether or not I think that this is productive or if it's simply going to be go back and dredge up a bunch of stuff to try to grab some headlines off of if we're gonna have a real review. Let's review who the archbishop at the time Weakland did consult with let's review what the role of the authorities were including the local district attorney who was using to be both Ed advisor to the church and a prosecutor. This whole business though of you got some bad apples and will reassign them to this church of the next church. And so on. It's horrible decision. Rationalization is the second strongest human driver. And there's a lot of rationalizing it, including this whole notion of forgiveness. And what are we going to do? We don't have enough prese anyway. To the discernment problem that went on with some people that should have been washed out in the seminaries, clearly not being it's certainly not limited to the Catholic church. This problem of abuse continues today, as we know from the headlines that we see in the papers, the problem of perversion of people being attracted to children is still a problem as we see with all the kiddie porn cases. I don't wanna see an investigation here. That is selective in its outrage. Because the role of McCann in. Either looking the other way or trying to work with things or figuring. Well, I don't think I have a provable case. Is to me as damning as the role of former archbishop Weakland and even predecessors of him. Who've been dealing with this problem. We're going to shift gears. Let's talk about where we are on the government shutdown the president betas beg offer on Saturday. Which by the way, people are still debating, what the offer is that he offer amnesty in exchange for a wall. Well, he says that he says he was offering an extension of Dhaka not a pathway to citizenship. Which is what it amnesty would be Pelosi rejected it before she heard. And I think this I think it doesn't matter what Trump would have offered. If Trump would have said, Nancy, you get everything you want on thirty four issues. But you gotta give me two bricks at a wall. I think she was going to say, no. Let me expand on that point where I think that the issue is going in a moment. But first take a break. It's five forty at news talk seven.
"weakland" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast
"My debtor you're so a stock debonair would have what kind of tanks. The standard tanks were twenty five gallons aside. The optional tanks for forty gallons aside. Okay. And now your debonair has tip tanks on the ends of the wings, Terrell, correct? So basically, you have you carry enough gas that you could fly from Florida to Hawaii. It seems. Now. No, I put it this way the airplane will only do that. Once he okay. Weakland testify that debonair with tip tanks could make it from Wichita to Washington DC nonstop. That's that's easily. I'm trying to remember whether I've seen you, you know, when the winds were with you make it home all the way home from Oshkosh. Yeah, I've done that. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. I think. Yeah. And one year I flew after flu nonstop Oshkosh to Melbourne Florida, which is. A little bit farther. I don't know a little bit further. I would say, okay. Typically, I mean, that's a long day. That's a day. Yeah. You have to you have to address the problem. The question of some other types of tanks. At that point lately, you know, both going incoming I try to make it one at least one stop, right? Find some cheap gas in place to stretch your legs for few minutes and empty the bladder and Philly other tanks and and move motor on down route that that kills two or three birds. And it's the smart way to do it. If you don't if you don't want or if you don't have to go on stop. Yeah. So anyway, yeah. Skyhawk range. I don't know if that's standard or you know, 'cause obviously so many different ranges here spoil you can get into some nuances here. You know, is that a standard hundred sixty horsepower Skyhawk with standards tank. Well, is it standard tanks with a hundred and eighty horsepower? The range. Absolutely. And I flew a Skyhawk that had auxiliary tanks internal to the wingtips. Yeah. That had like another. I forget I like twelve and a hat. Not twenty five gallons of gas on in the wings, and that was a solid six our airplane. So one of the only real common, I was gonna make was don't really think in terms of of range, but they can terms of endurance. Is are you talking about miles versus hours? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Because you're always gonna have bad weather. You always gonna reroute. You're always going to have someone landing on the runway. You wanna land on gear up landing gear up on that runway. So, you know. Excuse me. Jabs dying. He'll be back. On us from time to time. Yeah. So David, here's my question. Then we're gonna move on from this whole Skyhawk range thing I'm wondering whether or not the generally VA Shen airplane industry, and I guess I'm talking about kind of, you know, per piston. Every man airplanes. If you will every person airplanes does the industry have sort of a marketing standard of like an airplane needs to be able to go at least have a range of at least X hours..
"weakland" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"I'm going the completely opposite way. I want to exercise some demons. Gimme the colts. Gimme the Steelers beat them. Let's get these monkeys off the chiefs back. Do it. All this Aussies. You're just you're just going for every single narrative of the last twenty five years of our existence. We're we're breaking them all how we gonna play Weakland too. What blame in the AFC championship? So we're we can't play three games though. That's that's all that's true. No, no want either Indy or pit judge just one of those two divisional round. That makes sense. Okay. I get you get you. Okay. So who is a sneaky upset candidate? I think you know, what I I'm a little scared of the chargers. Just because they're they're tough team. We'll see how this next game goes. I mean, we still she's still have one plate one one game to go here. So the charges the charges would be a sneaky would be sneaky upset candidate is this for the playoffs or just like the rest of the year. This is just for the playoffs the chiefs or to make it to the Super Bowl the chiefs to beat the cheese. If we're considering the chiefs of the first seed, I mean, it's not really a sneaky upset, but I still have the Steelers is the next thing is threat. And we beat the ones they're coming off a pretty rough loss Denver. But as you guys talked about earlier the road bend is at the same as home, but will agree. It's still just takes any game for that offense to click and that offense is great as the cheese off the Steelers offense when they all click the same cylinders could be just as good..
"weakland" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs
"When you come into one of our bakeries, the first thing, if not in the bakery or if Kevin smelled, it's as you were coming in, you should smell the warmth of the oven and warm bread, pastries, biscuits surrounding you. We have absolutely no need for any devices other than our products to flavor our stories. And what I want my clients to feel and experience is the wholesomeness of our products, the simplicity and yet sophistication of time proved gestures to create the same quality products regardless of the season in the weather that day because those are two ingredients that from for Monday to the next, we'll change outcome of a product if didn't pay attention. So I want our clients to extreme stat craftsmanship. I want them to enjoy something that's simple. And yet quite essential. We. You do breads biscuits and what I call petits nauseous, which I can translate maybe as bakers, pastries. So it's it's an inhouse term to say, pastries that are based in woodfired recovering. And that's important because that also limits the array of our of our products. We don't. We're not. We're not into something too sophisticated. That's just not our know how we would rather spend time perfecting the quality of our Weakland's or shaping of lows. Thanks very much at bologna, Poland for coming in and sharing her story. This show was produced by Daniel and edited by Karen. Matthew Banji. I'm Metallica thanks very much for listening. Goodbye..
"weakland" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Handbook groups including reservation for women in Wisconsin and the women's March Wisconsin Divall called on on that to. Get out of the. Race he says those call they're politically. Motivated they say. No they've the the thing about the priest abuse cases that there is a trove of documents online from the archdiocese's bankruptcy case so you can go through all of. These documents and you. Can go through documents. Related to individual pre. And sure enough not lens name comes up, because he was the attorney for the archdiocese for many years I during during the time, that they were dealing with you. This you so they say now it's not a candidate, who was associated with us he went above and beyond what was required of him as attorney he says he was doing his job, he's a good lawyer he's not going to apologize for that I think one of the overarching issues here. That other Democrats who haven't called on him to get out would. Would say is regardless of his role. In what he actually. Did is an attorney during this time It's tough for Democrats to have a. Candidate on the ballot if he were to be the nominee going into the general election who is tied for this issue which is obviously very emotional and and so a lot of pain for for many people Fountain generally those who, those who are pushing this, issue, say, he went beyond represented archdiocese and turned a blind eye to what was. Going on with priests he has a reveal a he has I should say released a? Letter from a former Archbishop Rembert Weakland in defense? A. Lot of people, say yeah well in a Weakland is not exactly the greatest character reference in the world how do, you think that defense played for, him or, at, least explain to this Jesse how explain how. He tried to make that case. Right so you know the these calls? For him to get out of the. Race have been going on for, several weeks probably several months at this point and he's he's he's been out, in front of the issue he helicopter reporters before on this so what. Happened with over the weekend he he Rembert Weakland for the statement he released a statement on Sunday, and then he asked reporters, to join him on a call yesterday on Mondays talk about And the statement basically says you know. The the lawyers were not involved. With the transfer the priests this was? A, decision made by church leadership and. You know we we be in, Turk- leadership were naive and knowing how to handle this he talks about the. Procedure for When, his was accused, of abuse they would be sent, to, a therapist if the therapist felt that there. Was a low risk of re-offending reassigned somewhere of course. That practice, has come to be criticized heavily since then and Weakland himself, said you know this wasn't the right movie didn't know that but he, says the the lawyers Matt let included had played no role in this you know what the questions that inevitably come with. That of course the way that, Tempe or, remember when handled, the the scandal he had a scandal of his own when he retired from the priesthood. He, was found to have issued a four, hundred and, fifty, thousand dollars settlement to someone who had accused him of. Assault many years before that critics are of, course this this, cloud, as a character witness Matlin really declined to talk about the specifics of. Any charges against remember we clan But you said he does view trustworthy. Honest source and Critics of of. Both Matt and remember Weakland didn't didn't really accept that there was actually, another priest in the archdiocese who came out yesterday afternoon and this is you're Askin remember week on the. Guy who's, involved in this kind of on your behalf and he he. Did. Not did not think that was an impressive show Jesse? Can, you. Hang out with us for one more, segment yeah absolutely All right. We'll. Continue this in just a few minutes eight forty four? NewsRadio, WTMJ From the. WTMJ breaking news center I'm Debbie laws again. This is a WTMJ pollen dot com timesaver traffic alert problems..
"weakland" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"From the Brady law firm His problem and you heard that in the newscast is that one of his clients for a number of years was the archdiocese of Milwaukee and Rembrandt Weakland. Who was of, course the archbishop at the time who was up to his neck in at least in my opinion. Up to his neck in the whole pedophile priests controversy, no Matt Flynn was, re remember it weakens, lawyer and back in the day he was as you would expect, a lawyer to be extremely aggressive in dealing with people who came forward and made claims. Against the archdiocese now you want I think a lawyer in some cases to be. Sort of a pit bull and to be aggressive and that's certainly the way, in many cases. Not all but in many cases the archdiocese played it but but Matt Flynn was that aggressive sort of pit bull. Lawyer and it left a number of people Well extremely disturbed, and concerned. And it was a decision that that Flynn made and taking on that case and people are certainly archdiocese entitled a representation even though Rembert Weakland is the, archbishop was, wrong about a lot of stuff the they they aggressively defended complaints against them and Flynn was, the front guy on that and that rubbed a lot. Of, people the wrong way and. That that wants. Him and that's a huge issue that's out there there's another larger question as to whether or not he was knowingly participated in you know moving pedophile priests around in. An effort to, have them avoid disclosure or whatever there's a there's testimony that Rembert Weakland you gave in the archdiocese. Bankruptcy hearing he said every time I met with my, council in those years, Matt Flynn he would, have a list and, that would be you know the the list, of the pedophile priests in the act Physicians by date he would have a list and. So at least I would have a list from him I never, kept any of those but, he would always have a list for. Me and critics have seized on that saying that, Flynn was involved in, perpetrating cover up I take no position on that at all but this is. Clearly an issue and it's one of the. Problems lawyers have when you make the decision that you're going to actively if you're going, to actively and aggressively be involved, in cases and give clients the type of. Represented different clients are different ways I mean some clients side hey we want to. Settle we don't wanna fight this aggressively for. Years the archdiocese aggressively try to fight my opinion you know fight claims that, abusers made, and you know Matt Flynn was one of the guys who was part of. That it, just coming back to haunt him and he he's not gonna win. This race, anyhow and this is it's kind of a sideshow to, the democratic, primary but he's not gonna win but it is, one of, those issues and it's one of the issues that attorneys Wrestle with from time to time. You have, a duty to, represent, clients but if you. Yourself want to get into politics at some. Point in time we get back into politics. You you, take on certain clients and depending on the, strategy you employ specially if you employ a scorched earth strategy and. I know there's some abuser the people who were abused by members of the Catholic church. Who felt that there was a time when the legal strategy was, scorched earth against them you're, gonna leave leave smart feelings and that's. What met Flynn is seeing now all right Here's the story and I'm fascinated is to how you react to this. Over the last couple of weeks, there have been a number of stories out. There about People who alleged that the cops have been called on them simply because of their, their skin color hair you know black man. Black woman says she was doing something innocuous and the police, rolled up and started questioning or or people. You, know called in to complain in the police responding and of course. The the implication is that in all cases it, was overt racism that led to this well here's a, story and..
"weakland" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
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"weakland" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Whistles going to be blown on them and it's going to be the end of it there has been a reckoning in the church the catholic church did gradually over time address the problem in the fields where this kind of thing is still going on and his common it's fields in which people believe that they can get away with it now the catholic church was differed this when it was hardly ever workplace harassment was all that was what rembert weakland was involved in with regard to the seven area and so on it was generally taking advantage of minors that were part of your flag probably similar to the stories that we have right now all the teachers that are going down in terms of inappropriate sexual conduct with students that again i think that that's probably the same thing just this notion but you can get away with it and i got to get to the break your one at one other quick point of this tied into the notion of the you can get away with it because of who you are is the notion of while i'm not going to get caught which is the thing that i think dr so many people that are involved in in kitty porn that a look at an inappropriate it averages on the nfl i'm not getting a caught him not going to get caught him can they had caught that's very very close to this philosophy that i think that so many in hollywood our democratic politicians had not so much that i wasn't good he caught i've got to be allowed to do it because after all of a democrat their related kind of thoughts not the same but related three thirty seven newstalk 1130 wins delivery were lobbed midday everywhere feed fine for rapid traffic i 41 southbound delays already stacking up from berlin through the zoo interchange 19 minutes could hope proton wasn't horror of what area but a job we did at the of yesterday i that must amount of conversation i was not a part of his i honestly how did we not get you had vowed to that i mean most of it.
"weakland" Discussed on Radio Disney Sports
"Part of it and he's got to get back talking about xgames silver medallist jordan buried female ski border here on radio these these sports on espn we'll jordan now that we've talked enough skateboarding what do you do for fun when you're not at the i wonder what we're trying to kind of like merrill acting thing but unfilled day for and then after have a golden retrievers buying apparently yeah i've senior dug under its supreme allied so is that just like you love your dog so much i fear yeah after his 10monthold yourself happy in this form of energy and he loved the beef and she loves ocean so i go and take their in weakland together and equitable for all the time the ball so have you put the dog on the skateboard or a surf board or not i have yet been yet i can't gary he actually like that she liked the call me on it will jordan one last question since we are the place where music in sports collide you gotta tell us when you're out there killing it at the seaport what is the music that you listen to ireland a lot of rock and roll it's my energy going and if i have not getting frustrated act on put your headphones on turkey songs there i get pumped up and i get back out there i love it will jordan thanks so much for joining us on radio disease mortal espn's has been awesome in a killer the rest of the skateboarding season men have gone on those jordan varied female skateboarders she's an absolute beast in you can catcher probably 80 skatepark because you got to live there to be as good a she is coming up next door part two of radio disease sports on espn were talking to another young skate border diane right he started skateboarding when he was in like preschool when i can't wait to talk to him all about bad so click down to park two of radio disney sports on espn and we'll see you over there.