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Fresh update on "gail" discussed on Seattle Kitchen

Seattle Kitchen

06:06 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "gail" discussed on Seattle Kitchen

"Was for our Facebook. Let's do that again. A Madeline sent a post to Facebook for our listeners to send in their meat counter questions a lot of people buying meat this time of year. So we can answer those plus tips and tricks for any trip to the butcher and what to ask for the best proportion how to save money, All that sort of thing. So Gail Schreiber's She says, a recipe I saw in The New York Times for symphonies. He s I am m I e s calls for bone in flunking or English Cut pork ribs. Do butchers ever cut ribs this way for the refrigerated meat case? And where would they be a special order? So the trick? The one that got me was the bone in pork ribs, right? So usually flunking ribs that you see are short ribs, beef, short ribs, right? So, Yeah, I would tell the butcher personally. That you see the way that short ribs cut over there. That's what I want out of a pork rib. And basically, if you can't find it, I would use the ST Louis cut. On back ribs on spareribs. So what's the sent? Louis cut, You know, regular racket spareribs. You see the whole rack of bones, And then there's that little flap or what they call them. Yeah. That is cut off of a ST Louis and it's basically one long. Rectangle. Okay, without any of that lower trim that flat meat s O if I would substitute that for the flank and pork ribs, Okay, that sounds delicious. One of my favorite piece of beef cut from or to cook from is the plate. Yeah, with the plate, which is basically located in the belly, You know, right next to the on the breast to breast Yeah. This is such a such a beautiful buzzer. Me 25 per cent fat, which is why it's so twitch like it so much. It's a good place to start. When you will brace something. It's really all right. Barbara Barbara Haas. She wants to know. Well, your butcher spatula, cocky chicken or turkey for you? Yes, Otherwise he's not your butcher. Otherwise find a new butcher. Exactly. So dispatch, cocking is literally just taking the backbone out, right? And so here's why the butcher might do that for you and I have no problem with this. The butcher will weigh your chicken or we'll wait your turkey, asshole. And then, though, yes, they'll take the bone out. Now, if you don't take that bone with you, they'll so that his bone for a couple of bucks a pound, so there it's in their best interest. If you take it with you, then it's just a service that they're offering. But like, if you go to a fish shop like mutual fish, you say Well, you take that fish off the bone that whole Fisher, you fileted my carp for me or my snapper, Or will you clean the crab? They'll do that, of course, And that's that's what good butcher shops and fish markets do exactly so Next the way it's also a good training time, if you if you buy a whole chicken, this is this is for you to train at home. I mean, the worst that's gonna happen is you're gonna live a little. Cut your hand off me. That's the worst that's gonna happen. Well, I got when you're going through a backbone with maybe a dull knife. You got to be very careful stuff from the beginning shop knife. Or good chicken or good butcher Scissors. Yeah, Good, Actually, yeah. Good seasons would be good. Martha Stewart use the sisters all the time. CAF didn says are asked many recipes call for a £3 chicken. Where do you get £3 chickens? The ones I see are almost always between four and £5. Wow. Well, that's a big chicken £45.3 punch. You can do exist. Yeah, so I was just a mass of the butcher. You know, even at the grocery store like I was just at shoreline and they had these special Mount Vernon. I want to call them red. Read something chickens and they were all 2.5 to £3.5 and Uh, yeah. You just have to ask these differently and organic. Walk around the farm for a while. Look good. And then if you go to the farmer's market on by chicken from one of those prepares, you know it's not like the Draper Valley. Right where all the chickens come down the line and they're sorted at a farmers market. They probably have a £4 chicken. The £2 chicken. They're harvesting their own mother. Nature does not make it even like that. Exactly so I would check out any of those folks. If you don't see what you want, ask, right? No, of course always asked. Make your friend make your butcher your best friend. Because next time he sees you, you're gonna go How That's right. Hey, we get some new ribs in whatever there's gonna It's gonna give you what's going on in the butcher shop in the back, which you might not even know. You know, in the front, so Oh, I got a couple of beef tongues. No, he knows you like the stones is gonna tell you. He's got beef tongues. They're not in the front case, but they're in the back, You know? And so those are good things to play with. It doesn't hurt to be friend with the butcher fishmonger. Ah, wine guy throws a good friend to have Here's the other thing. I will say your butcher Eyes meet, just like you buy meat, correct. They just buy it from a different source right there. Buying wholesale and bigger. Bigger pieces probably is generally generally and s O if you were to say. Want Tomahawk stakes, But your butcher doesn't carry tomahawks takes. Don't go there and just say you have a tomahawk steak and then be disappointed if you know, like, I know right now I'm doing a class on Tomahawk steaks later in this month. I'm ordering that beef. Now All that beef comes in what we call Cryovac like a almost an airtight plastic sealed bag that meat considered my fridge for months, probably weeks for sure. Weeks for sure, Three weeks minimum. So now's the time to order that and then you'll have what you want on that week before Christmas or whatever holiday you're celebrating. Just now is the time that now you've got it so You give a heads up? If you want to have the also book Oh, that's a great all day project. Yeah. There's not a place lot a lot of places. Let's say you're making for six. Not a lot of places have either v h six large veal shanks slices or 12 Smallville change slices because you'll need two small ones or one, Margaret..

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Trump participates in annual Thanksgiving turkey pardon

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:36 min | 5 d ago

Trump participates in annual Thanksgiving turkey pardon

"Corn and cobb horn and cobb fire up the google earth. This are some prodigious birds there the pair of bull basbug balls doing it out for a thanksgiving pardon from president trump making their grand debut at a swanky washington dc. Monday wasn't the presidential suite. But i'll tell you what it's Quite the swanky digs broad breasted white turkeys from iowa were introduced at the willard intercontinental hotel. That's where they're staying ahead of todays pardoning ceremony at the white house rose garden voting now open for all of us to pick who will get plucked for the pardon and be named the official national thanksgiving turkeys now. Both birds were born on june second but corn is a little chunky chunkier actually weighing in at forty two pounds to cobb swell measly. Forty one pounds as i said. These are some big birds and according to one report that i pulled. Let's see this is a piece by tomorrow lapping now. The new york post differences don't end there. Cobb has a knack for solving puzzles munch on soybeans. Oh and also wants to tour. Dc monuments while porn is a college football fan and budding storm chaser. Who one day hopes to visit the iowa. State fair okay. The foul fortunate enough to receive the pardon will be announced at today's ceremony. Though neither will be on the dinner table for thanksgiving. Both birds will be shipped off to retirement at the iowa state. University's the animal science department. After the event now just acacia keeping track. The presentation of turkey to the white house began in nineteen forty seven. This is when president harry. Truman was in office. But it wasn't until nine thousand nine hundred. Eighty nine that the of pardoning the birds actually began with the proclamation signed by president. George h w bush now there have been some speculation over whether the tradition would continue on this year amid the pandemic but the event will proceed though with a smaller impersonal audience and social distancing measures this of course as a result of these spread the surge of a covid nineteen corncob do pointing out for print president. Trump's pardon

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Fresh update on "gail" discussed on Invite Health

Invite Health

08:18 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "gail" discussed on Invite Health

"Thank you. Good. We have a substantial amount of material to cover so we will get right to it. Kill. A large component of the commercial real estate market is the multi family sector. What do you see happening in that area in 2021, both on the national and northeast levels? Sure, well, the multi family and industrial which we will touch on later is well, but they have both been the strongest sectors in the past several years and as well as through the pandemic. So that said classy apartments, which are generally what we considered luxury apartments and they're delivering now in urban areas. But they will be facing an uphill battle for newly subs because you know, many people have left the cities because of the pandemic and shutdowns like New York City, San Francisco, etcetera. So, um, But there are markets in states like Florida that are still seeing demand for luxury products. So, um, so you will see you will see some areas some bright spots throughout the country, and we'll go a little bit more into detail on that. Um, so the other really strong part. Part of the market right now, really is what we call Class B and that's middle income. And Workforce housing tenant. So you know that that's the asset that investors are seeking right now really across USA but particularly in the Southeast in the southwest, like Atlanta, Charlotte Dallas Fort Worth often. Phoenix as well a suburban areas and just recently I was talking with one owner property owner in New Jersey, and he told me that his multi family community wasn't even on the market, and he started getting multiple enquiries, and eventually he sold that property and several others that pre covert pricing S so so that is going on around around the around the country. And as I said, particularly those hot spots, you know, but that being said transaction volumes are down. Nationwide. Multi family property sales are down more than 50% 51.2% in the third quarter, and that's compared to last year in the third quarter. On. Do you know others are being cautious because the stimulus as we know is run out or or running out and addiction moratoriums are going to begin to expire sometime next year. And another owner is talking to recently told me that he was just planning on underwriting all of his properties for 2021 does that they will have elevated they can see rent concessions and bad debt. And that's regardless of how those properties have been performing, so they really want to be sort of cautious going into next year. And that's going to be particularly true for the class again. Those class a multi family properties and what we call the Gateway cities like New York, San Francisco Boston. Because they've been struggling Tenants have left during the initial shut down in March and April, and you have not returned so You know, we're also seeing a move to the suburbs suburbs as the millennials that also left the city for more space for their families. They won't return. You know, we were expecting that they were going to start moving out to the suburbs anyway. But but like with so many other trends that we've seen during the pandemic that has accelerated, so you know a lot of the millennials that air have young families word or start planning to start them there. They've all moved out to the suburbs. So you know that's that's creating a really super hot single family market in many parts of the U. S, including, you know, right here in the Tri State area. And you know, we've all heard those stories of houses that are selling site and seeing a price wars for the limited supply that's available, so you know that's something that we are seeing here. Certainly in our area, a swell is up and down. You know the Northeast and around, you know the suburban areas that are outside of the main cities. There's another growing trend that we've been also seeing, which are single family rentals and again they were increasing. That was a trend We were watching over the last several years, but it's accelerated during the pandemic is families. Are looking for more space because they're working from home, their kids their schooling from home, and so they want more room, but they may not be able to afford a down payment, you know, to buy a home, so that is that's a really a growing market. Um, for for renters, but also for investors, and that extent markets definitely expected to continue. And then the other aspect is affordable housing. You know which, as you know, was already a crisis before that pandemic, and we expect that was going to be getting much more attention. Certainly in the coming years, but particularly, you know, this year as we transition to President Biden administration. Because President Biden had proposed A lot of affordable housing proposals during the campaign. He's talking about increasing what we call the low income housing tax credit that is used to spur affordable development. He's talked about increasing that by 10 billion He's also called for a $100 billion fund to develop and preserve affordable housing and then another 20 billion for what he's calling a housing trust fund. And then there are also other aspects to increasing section aid and other funding HUD funding. So you know, so that's something that we can probably watch for him and his administration to start really focusing on and then the other aspect, you know, before we wrap on this is Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, which, as you know, are, you know, are the GS CS and they and they contribute a lot of the multi family loan. Loan activity on do. They just announced their their purchase caps or loan purchase caps for the coming year, and it'll be $70 billion each, but half of each of those loan caps. Is to be is required now to be used for affordable housing, and that's up from I think it was about 30, maybe 35% this year, so that's a real that's a pretty big increase. And so they are definitely going to be. Focusing much more on that affordable housing market. So there's just some of the some of the trends that we're saying so Great summary there. Gail Gail. As we all know, the pandemic has negatively affected office markets across the U. S. And in the Northeast in big ways. Accordingly, many companies have opted to move away from urban areas and intelligence and into less dense areas. Will that trend continue on the national level and in the Northeast in 2021? Well, you know, there's two things you know the industries of two minds on this one. So there's those that say office occupiers will need more space for social distancing. You know, once more employees come back and then so office vacancy won't won't decrease. But there are those that say, you know, work from home will continue, and at least partially so some companies may look to reduce their space, particularly and in dense urban markets like New York City, San Francisco, Boston and so on Chicago. But but no one's really sure yet. How is going to play out? So you know, most agree we are looking at more of a high what we call a hybrid model of office use where workers will Working from home, Maybe 1 to 2 days a week, perhaps the rest of the time in an urban office or maybe, or maybe even a suburban office or a suburban satellite. So there's there's there's really you know, that's one of the things that we think is going to happen. We're not quite sure just yet. On what? What scale But with so many big corporations, keeping workers out of the city office buildings I mean, here in New York alone, you know, we've heard of it. Well, until 2021 like, you know much later. It's still unclear. You know what will happen and the projections are That the suburban office market will actually recover more quickly in 2021. Then there's those urban downtown markets, particularly those that rely on mass transit commuting. They probably won't recover until later in the year. So, so that's an interesting, you know, trend, not a good one, unfortunately, and you know, while there's talk of moving back to the suburbs, but it's not necessarily impacting the super suburban office markets just yet, And I suspect that's because people so many people are still working from home. But for example, in both Westchester and Fairfield counties, overall leasing was down in the third quarter and vacancies were up. So you know that is something that that we have to watch that there may not be as much of a move to the suburbs, suburban markets as we thought, you really have to keep an eye on that. So okay. Gail, the retail sector off the commercial real estate market has really been hit very hard by the pandemic..

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Succeed Without Selling

Accelerate Your Business Growth

05:41 min | 6 d ago

Succeed Without Selling

"Welcome to a special episode of accelerate. Your business growth today. It's just me taking an opportunity to share my motivation and goals behind writing my new book succeed with that selling throughout my career. I've watched small business. Owners and sales people do things that actually make it harder for them to be successful. Their sales practices have actually been working against them. And i find this tragic and unnecessary. I realized that the foundation of these behaviors is a misunderstanding of what works. And what doesn't and it's rooted in decades of experience in education. That is taken us down a really bad road. I'm sure you've all heard of the abc's of selling always be closing at. This has been a mantra since the nineteen eighty s. And i believe it has driven sales people to be so focused on selling that they've created a general feeling that sales is a dirty word. Just think about it when you meet someone and they say their salesperson than they have to apologize for being a person and it really shouldn't be there be that way it really should be a noble profession. It just hasn't been one because of the way people have been acting and you know when we focus on selling we're focused on ourselves and our needs you know we need to be quota we need to make payroll. We have a lease we have to pay. We have to feed our family. Kid needs braces. But guess what a no one cares and be. That's not where our focus should be. I strongly believe that. Instead of focusing on selling we should be focused on learning instead of always be closing the. Abc's of sales are really always be curious throughout the pages of succeed without selling. I address every aspect of sales process from networking to closing to what to do during a sales call. You find real world insights on what to do to be successful. I added chapters for sales managers. Drek sellers is the business business to consumer. My goal is to provide anyone engaging in selling the information they need to implement for a better more productive process. Now sony any small business owners struggle with down. They don't even like the idea of being a salesperson. For the reason i mentioned earlier and who can really blame them when no one likes to salesperson. That's not what a small business owner wants to bay and small business owner wasn't a sales person before they started their business. Many of them don't even realize they need to be selling well. Guess what yet. Gail and it doesn't have to be a bad thing. A traditional salesperson works against us because know likes dealing with a traditional sales person and we ended up getting the opposite of what we're hoping for. So let's just stop the madness xiaowei. This book is for anyone who needs to sell but doesn't know what to do for everyone who wants to be successful and enjoy the process for sales managers who are challenged by eighteen. The isn't delivering the results needed. Now there's a bonus and it's a group of resources in the back of the book and online. These are things like templates sample scripts forms that anyone can use to develop their sales strategy. Listen there's no one size fits all sales process. so yes. There are things that you have to do in sales. You have to prospect. You have to sell you have to quote you have to follow up you know you gotta do all these things but how you do them in. My opinion is very specific. Who you are. Your prospects are and what you're comfortable doing and how structured processes can so if you're someone who struggles with settling in on grab a copy of succeed without selling at your favorite book retailer amazon barnes and noble really just about any book retailer. This book is available. And you know what if you're looking for a holiday gift for your clients for your boss. Employees friends consider getting them a copy of sixteen about selling. It can really be a game changer. And they'll be grateful for

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Fresh update on "gail" discussed on Invite Health

Invite Health

00:55 sec | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "gail" discussed on Invite Health

"Real estate market. Including the multi family sector of that market. Our guest is Gail Kallen House Key, a contributing writer for commercial property executive executive and multi housing news to national publications. Gale is a veteran reporter and editor. She has worked for the Gannett Corporation and that companies use a today publication. As both a reporter and an editor. And we are very, very happy to have her with us tonight, Gail, Welcome to constructive conversations with the building in Realty Institute on 7 10 WR. We thank you so very much for joining us. How are you this evening? Great, Jess. Thanks for having me. We appreciate you taking the time to join us this evening. Yeah, we really do. Gayle, please provide us with some background on commercial properties Executive and multi housing news. Yes..

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About 80K sex abuse claims filed in Boy Scouts bankruptcy

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:26 sec | Last week

About 80K sex abuse claims filed in Boy Scouts bankruptcy

"Gail says he was 11 years old when a leader first assaulted him during an Alabama camp out We can somehow make the price the boy Scouts pay so incredibly painful that systematic changes can happen that will ensure it never happens to anyone else. I think all 80,000 bus would settle for that iota is now a Category five hurricane aiming at Nicaragua the Dow was up 4 37. This is

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Fresh "gail" from KNX Programming

KNX Programming

01:09 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh "gail" from KNX Programming

"Has its own Health department. Restaurant owner Gail Cole says the city has allowance of outdoor Dani has made a big difference for a business Gale's restaurant. We're very busy today because I believe because a lot of this world first it's the holiday. Because people are coming to Pasadena. This'd is not what I like. I'd rather have A little more steady and not so busy. Gale's restaurant was not one of those cited for violating regulations. Police still hunting for two suspects in an attempted car theft to lead the gunfire last night outside the Granada Hills home. About going in like every district attorney Jackie Lacey, personal actually pulled the trigger was a member of Lacey's own security detail, spotted the suspects driving up and then trying to steal a car that was parked outside. Hey, fired, it would be thieves after confronting them with a partner, but apparently nobody got hit and police commander of the scene told CBS to what happened next. The suspects fled from this location and subsequently crashed in their vehicle. Not very far from here on end, Issel, an Audi away those suspects in another vehicle and fed from the location in that vehicle place, And they have no reason to believe that the suspects even knew that Lacey was in the house. Or was the target take alert in Hollywood? South bound? Wanna wanna Glendale Boulevard? Got two left.

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About 90K sex abuse claims filed in Boy Scouts bankruptcy

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:26 sec | Last week

About 90K sex abuse claims filed in Boy Scouts bankruptcy

"People have made sex abuse claims against the boy Scouts, according to attorneys and the organization's bankruptcy case. Kill. Gail says he was 11 years old when a leader first assaulted him during an Alabama camp out We can somehow make the price the boy Scouts pay so incredibly painful that systematic changes can happen that will ensure it never happens to anyone else. I think all 80,000 dust would settle for that iota is now a

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Fresh update on "gail" discussed on KNX Programming

KNX Programming

00:46 sec | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "gail" discussed on KNX Programming

"City spokeswoman Lisa the Dairy and told CBS two news that inspectors found 40 of 60 restaurants they visited over the past few days. We're breaking those rules visiting the restaurants in the last several days, including Thanksgiving. We noted several violations. Mostly the violations involved employees not wearing a mask or tables, not being physically distance. The main rules to a five restaurants had had their health permits suspended. They've already been corrected their violations, and they have reopened. Gail Koll owns Gale's restaurant. That was not one of the violator. I don't think I've ever done anything. It's hard. Is this trying to Stay safe. Keep my crusade faster. Janet More appreciates the effort. Honestly, I feel so safe here. I I've never even had it crossed my mind Passing officials say they will.

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Democrats projected to retain control of the House of Representatives

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

00:26 sec | 3 weeks ago

Democrats projected to retain control of the House of Representatives

"Things we really haven't touched on is the house. Now yes Democrats will retain control of the house. But it wasn't the blowout. It was a pretty disappointing night for on balance for democrats in the house. Yeah well it doesn't change the final analysis that the house is under democratic control in the senate is under republican control which is good in the minds of most

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"gail" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:13 min | 3 weeks ago

"gail" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"What is their best for political relevance well to retake control of the senate this election so again following a number of racist because it is so important to the future not only of weld county then indeed. The entire state will know. We've we've talked a lot about These candidates and some of the elections coming up. There's a a lot of ballot measures on the statewide ballot to that. We're gonna be diving into. I mentioned in noko. Now that i believe that the gallagher the repeal the gallagher amendment may have been one of the most confusing amendments. That i have ever read it. I mean you have to read through two or three times to make sure you know exactly what that is doing here But that's that's going to be a hot button topic for this evening to coming out of the state ballot tonight along with proposition. Thirteen that national popular vote compact. I mean the way it is being sold is so deceptive. And you know mentioning the the way. These ballot initiatives were measured. I mentioned that you know the more confusing. It was the more you needed to be suspect of though particularly when it came to prop one thirteen the way that it was written. Prop one fifteen hot button issue prohibiting abortions. After twenty two weeks. That was a word salad. Like i have never ever seen. But i'm with you on the repeal gallagher amendment. It just seems to me that the legislature and i voted no seems to me the legislature could come up with something better right. I mean the wording on there too. You talked about being suspect and i think a lot of people fall into that same category gail that if they are confused by it they're more likely vote no on it again. Another one that. I know a lot of people are are watching. Closely is is a excuse me proposition e the taxes on nicotine products. And that's the way they're selling. Oh it's for the kids but once again it's a regressive tax right and i think another thing that a lot of people have forgotten about that..

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Chicago - Human remains found in field near Champaign identified 25 years later as a woman never reported missing

WBBM Evening News

00:58 sec | Last month

Chicago - Human remains found in field near Champaign identified 25 years later as a woman never reported missing

"County have reportedly identified remains found their 25 years ago as a woman from northern Illinois. Now their mission turns to finding the killer. Her name was Carrie Lynn Wiant, and she would be 49 years old. Her remains were found in a field in Champaign County in 1995. The Champagne News Gazette reports that authorities identified her by comparing DNA from the remains to DNA uploaded to genealogy site. She was born in Gail's Berg. But officials in Champaign County say Wyatt left home when she was a teenager and lived for a while in Peoria, then joined a carnival and went south to Champagne County. She gave birth to a son in 1994 the year before her remains were found. Now, authorities say they're hoping to find someone who knew her so they could bring closure. Hawaiians parents Steve Miller

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1 million new cases of coronavirus in the last 3 weeks

NBC Nightly News

02:27 min | Last month

1 million new cases of coronavirus in the last 3 weeks

"At the center of this campaign is the corona pandemic, a million new cases and just three weeks. Some states hitting numbers not seen even at the start of the outbreak we get more now from Gallagher Almaguer. The signs of strain or most daunted hospitals in states like Wisconsin where the daily number of deaths have more than tripled some issues are at ninety percent capacity at least a dozen states soaring to all time highs for covert hospitalizations Florida with the highest number of deaths in twenty four hours. UNCONSCIOUS FOR ABOUT Two and a half months. Deanna hair left a Michigan. Yesterday after a one, hundred, ninety, six day battle with covy. Our lives. Changed forever with no region spared as we fall deeper into crisis, the growing tidal wave of new infections is climbing by the million almost every month with spikes in the summer, and now another million in just the last three weeks. After scenes like these across the country, the Mayor of Boston vows to crack down on house parties. It's a perfect scenario, a petri dish for the spread of the virus but small gatherings are also fueling the rise the governor of Rhode Island ordering businesses to close all break rooms in Georgia thirteen workers inside an election prep center tested positive I think that as we enter the fall the winter, every part of the nation's going to be lit up by infection with some. Towns prepared to reinstate restrictions today cities like Denver requiring masks outdoors in limiting gatherings to five people states like Texas, though have given the all-clear for bars to open at reduced capacity across the nation more than thirty six, thousand people are hospitalized with Kobe officials worry that number is poised to balloon. especially, fatigue grows overtaking precautions Gail Brousseau a beloved grandmother in school bus driver took every safety measure she could. But today her family holds her funeral and for she separate last. Tell the she loves. Somebody else. Coca Brousseau is now one of the two hundred nineteen thousand Americans die of Covid the heartbreak felt by her family certain to be shared by so many more

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Trump's age, health woes raise his risk for COVID-19 illness

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

01:06 min | 2 months ago

Trump's age, health woes raise his risk for COVID-19 illness

"Stock. A little bit about the president's age once again puts him in that high risk category. With Kobe nineteen. Eight seventy four. Now according to the Centers for Disease Control and prevention people in their sixties and seventies or at higher risk for severe illness than people in their fifty S. Once again, president trump a symptomatic as is first lady melania trump. And as far as when he contracted it I once again just surfing around this morning and listening to a host of the medical professionals what's interesting is is that you can contract cove nineteen. And it's typically three to five days sometimes up to seven days before the symptoms actually manifest. So begs the question. Pretty already contracted covid nineteen at the debate Tuesday night. What about at that rally Wednesday night?

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"gail" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

01:57 min | 2 months ago

"gail" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Well, he doesn't vote with trump. It's just that he and trump agree you see they're trying to make it sound like Donald Trump says and corey says how high no Corey Hart Corey just has the same principles in the same values that are. Pretty predominant in the Republican Party is a good Republican. But that's what they've been able to criticize him for is is being a good Republican well, anyway to go on the with Doug Free, nashes piece he he said. After, talking about how Mike Kaufman, a five year term Congress five term congressman. It's ten years loss to a newcomer Jason Crowe in that election and. President trump president trump's effect on that election was probably one of the reasons. But Kaufman said. But by the way Kaufman according to this story and I know this is true had never lost an election in his thirty year political career. Well. He was a foreshadowing the trouble ahead for Colorado, Republican Party. When he said, and this is quoting Kaufman in this piece by. Doug Free Dish I knew that my only hope was of winning a my only hope of winning was to localize the race to a referendum on my leadership in the race was nationalized. House Arrest of referendum on the president then I could simply not win this race. That's what he said after conceded the election to Congressman Crow. So here we are. Getting Ready. To have an election here. Pretty quick. So what's going to happen? Well I can't tell you right now but I will real soon soon as I get a chance right here on Colorado's northern, Colorado's voice thirteen, ten kfi coming to you from the Auto Collision Special Studios I'm John Clark in for Gail Dan Patrick, the whole show and Colin Coward or Northern Colorado's voice.

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"gail" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:40 min | 2 months ago

"gail" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Shaking her head? No. Did you ever wonder why they have groomsman at a wedding they can serve a very andy purpose. The priests kind of motion to the groomsmen. These. Are Some big guys. They went over and got a hold of this guy and started to bring him back to the foyer. Well all this was going on at the front of the T. I'm in the foyer in the back and a taxi cab driver comes in and says, you see the gun blueskypest Barca. Picked him up at a bar downtown. He's told me to bring him out here. He jumped out he hasn't paid its fair. And I pointed down the aisle and I said, well I think he's coming back to your cab. So these groomsmen Hollis guy out the back door, the church. And they took him out in in somewhat unceremoniously tossed him in the back of that cab. Well, I followed him out there I'd never seen it. I'm young I'm probably eighteen years old or so at this point I'm thinking what kind of a career have I selected for myself here in yeah. The the cabdriver drove off and they stopped and he backed up in, he stuck his head out the window and said. Tell them I'm sorry. On an ad is an honest to goodness absolutely true story of of what can happen the bride of turned out the thing came out as we were going through the rest of the day an old boyfriend and she dumped him long ago and was totally enamored in in love with her husband and it was just embarrassing that this guy had had gotten drunk and. Drunk people do stupid things do I need to tell you that No, I don't. And this was just an example of somebody who. Got Drunk and did something stupid. But now you know they have big big ugly groomsmen at weddings they put them to good per. They, they hire him as groomsmen slash Pelzer Yep, that's their job. Well I appreciated Michael bringing that up. It's one of those stories in my life as a photographer that I've thought was kind of interesting. I could tell you stories till tomorrow afternoon about how much fun it is to be a professional photographer but I'm got time right now I gotta tell you about politics. This is one that's kind of upsetting to some of us who see ourselves as Republicans I'll get started with this, and then we'll have to a couple of other things here and then finish it up after we do those things for you. Okay Doug Freed Nash anybody ever heard of him. He is a columnist for the Denver Post. That isn't what he does for a living. The man is a lawyer. He works for the extremely prestigious law firm Brand Stan. Farber and Shrek. they are not only lawyers with a lot but a lot of lawyers Goodwin's working for him. They also lobby heavily if having been a professional lobbyist in my life. For about four years. And having lobbied for Lamoure County, and and for for city Collins as elected official, you do that a lot by the way. I can tell you that this law offer is considered one of the most influential and powerful law firms it all of Colorado. Maybe maybe even I know from a friend of mine who worked for him, they've in lobby nationally. So yeah. Okay. Here's here's the story from Doug, freed Nash in his column two years ago. I predicted a blue wave with sweet Colorado's midterm elections. Colorado voters I opined. Award Democrats with a political TRIFECTA control of the office of governor. And of statehouse in of the Senate, it turned out to be a SONANI as voters elected Democrat Democratic every statewide office. Jason Crowe also unseated five term Congressman Mike Kaufman. Then he goes on to admit, yes I'm a Democrat who gives to Democratic candidates, but my opinion was based on the available data and the political science of the moment. Then he takes that background and he takes that same acumen and understanding in the guys just smart and he has access to a lot of information to predict. This is rough. What's going to happen In the year twenty twenty. and. I haven't got time to tell you that right now. But you're going to be I. think interested to hear what Doug Freidan Ish has to say about the elections that we're about to have November more of that real soon right here on northern Colorado's voice thirteen..

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04:29 min | 2 months ago

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"Their local jurisdictions for details on how to vote because they are intended to provide only general information now. You send somebody something in the mail that tells you to mail it, and you got a request male by certain day and you got a request a ballot. That's just plain bad information shouldn't be allowed, but already, we've got about a couple of million of these things delivered to homes here in Colorado. And when they called the postal service to say, don't deliver them here. They're not accurate the postal services. Nope we're going to deliver. Yup, we're going to do it. That what arrogance. Woah. Shoe just makes me crazy. So anyway, we'll go on but we've got these things out there and I don't know what to do about it now. But They even told the the secretary of state that there were only a limited number of mailings gone out. Friday no. There were was one point eight, million to two point four million that got out I got one and I bet you a lot of you did too well, anyway. Enough. Rantanen Raven on that. We've got some other things to get to and we'll do that real soon right here. I take a breath. Oh Yeah Northern, Colorado's voice thirteen ten Kfi am John Clark right here for Gail. Cone now. Weekdays at four another in Colorado's voice. Thirteen ten KFI. Catch me Dan Patrick and the Danettes weekdays nine to noon on ten. K. Hey it's some forty four. Hey is not a word I. Apologize. That's slaying anyway used to say, Hey, when I was a kid, they just get A. I went to school one time. It was a private school where if you misspoke or you misbehaved, they would take you into the bathroom and wash your mouth out with soap. Can you believe that? What would happen if someone in the educational system decided to do that to a student today? I can't even imagine state have their job washed out with soap. That's about it. You know the other thing that used to happen in that private school was. If, you're sitting there maybe you had your back to the door and you were talking to a friend next to you in the next row of desks. And you weren't paying attention. The teacher would come up behind you with the sponge that they use to wipe off the blackboards. And reach around and put that thing right in your face and smashing into And I know this because I had it happened to me. It just is amazing to me how things changed things change and then there was the famous I've told you about the famous Mr Boardman. When I went to go junior high school in Denver. Mr Boardman was the dean of students or the boys diener whatever he was a assistant principal Kinda guy. If you sent into his office for some kind of an infraction. He would sit you down. He talked to you for minute. Any then say, okay, CNN below. The what that meant is you needed to go from his office down to the basement boys' bathroom. And wait, and while you were waiting there that other people would come in the students and they would see you there and it would kind of laugh because they would think how you're down here waiting for board nurture. and. Then eventually after you had agonized for Awhile Mr Boardman would come down. He would open the closet there and hanging on the door were about eight paddles and he would study as paddles for minute and select one have you been down grab your ankles and give you a couple of swats on the but Now. Once again, that was pretty good for. Discipline. We had a pretty well disciplined school. But if you tried that today, oh, it's amazing to me the way things change that it's just remarkable. Let's see. Do I oh, you know the break I think I might yeah. Well, we'll just come back. I WanNa talk about stimulus do that real soon.

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02:48 min | 2 months ago

"gail" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"If there could be an of course they've got to. Deny that there's anything they did wrong because that would make them highly susceptible to a lawsuit. So you just got to know that. This will probably not be the end of it in terms of legal action and as I speak, there are probably lawyers. Licking their chops because they can sue a company that that company with their billions of dollars in sales that you've got deep pockets and in our litigious society in which we live. People with deep pockets tend to get sued a lot. maybe there are already some suits come in and maybe even been filed that we may not know about yet against the company but as far as the legal action against J. B. S. for what happened and what they did they they're gonNA they're just GONNA get there they're fine of. Fifteen, thousand, six, hundred, and fifteen dollars, and that's the most they can be fined there. If there's a problem. It's a problem with the law that maybe that law should be a little tougher. I'm sure. J.. B. S. would still be maybe not even opposed it because they say they're innocent they didn't even know that much but Such as work for lawyers and I'm sure this is GONNA wind up that way in lawsuits, and they may drag on for many many years but here's the bottom line. This is a company that provides some good jobs for people. It gives them a good job here in the community. A lot of us may say, well, I don't want to go play cutting cows all day but on the other hand for people who do that. They're paid and they've had a raise in pay and it's good pay and in terms of. The. The job it is. So. You you've got. You've gotTA. Re appreciate would be a better word. The fact that there are these kinds of jobs here in Greeley for people they're they're not requiring a college degree they. I. Don't even think necessarily have to have high school It's a manual labor kind of job, but it pays well and it helps these people who really need to have a good job to be able to have employment. So you gotTa love him for being here. on the other hand you have to. If if they did do some wrong I'm sure it's going to come out as these things progress through the courts evidently the occupational health and Safety Administration believes so. Anyway I think. We got some of the things you need to hear it. It was so just go ahead and do that for you. I'm I'm so grateful to be in here for Gail. she just going to be I think she'd be back next week and I'm grateful for the opportunity to sit in with you have a little part of your morning right here on northern Colorado's voice thirteen ten Kfi am.

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05:42 min | 2 months ago

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"Work when they first did this six hundred dollars and it went through quick. I've heard senators say, well, we made a mistake. We didn't stop to think about the ramifications nationwide of what that meant in Colorado. Do you know what the average pay in Colorado is twenty six dollars and eighty four cents an hour if you make that much money, it's about. It's almost eleven hundred dollars a week that you may it's at ten, seventy, three sixty to be exact. So if you're getting six hundred dollars a week in addition to your regular unemployment, that's probably helping you immensely to get that six hundred bucks because you're on your normal unemployment is is not your full pay? It's a percentage in it's based on a lot of things but but nonetheless. That six hundred. Could really help you. If, you make a whole lot much more than that. the then the six hundred probably doesn't help you that much either if you're unemployed. But more most the people in the higher income brackets have gone virtual and they're able to handle it. But so my question, do you want more unemployment pay and if so what level for you and your circumstance makes sense three, four, four, fifty, five, six what what. Or would you rather we just forget the whole thing and just let the economy bubble along as it is. and. Then the same question would apply give me a call three, five, three, thirteen, ten. What would you do with twelve hundred dollars if they sent it to you pretty soon would that make a huge difference in you being able to stay afloat? Would it just be money that you're going to add to what you're already making so that you can have I duNno. Something a trip or on nobody wants to travel maybe just by yourself a boat. I. Dunno right spending on gold silver and BITCOIN BITCOIN and. A bad idea. Last night new was hovering around two thousand dollars announce. something. Like that. Yeah. Just spend it on that just as as protest. Do you know how much Mooney gold was worth when I was a kid a lot thirty, two bucks an ounce. Thirty two. Well, here's a long time ago. Four years ago. I was a kid a lot more than forty years ago. Now I said four years career. You're young man. I know you're a young man compared to me anybody is young. No Up Gold has just done amazingly well, I can remember even back in the eighties nineties, you could buy gold at three, four, five, hundred bucks an ounce if you had done that it would really it adds up but anyway folks Lemme hear from your three, five, three, thirteen, ten. To know what you would do with the stimulus do you need one? Do you want anybody else to get one? I? Want to know what do you think? Three five, three, thirteen, ten John. Clark right here on thirteen ten. Colorado's voice. In Forget. If you miss any portion of mornings with gail go to thirteen ten KFI K. A. dot com to download the podcast today back to jail. Come Home He. Well sure six, fifty, two in the morning right now. John Clark gals morning right here on Colorado's voice thirteen, ten KFI. I. Need to take just a minute here and tell you what happens around here on Sunday Mornings at eight o'clock Mike knows what happens right here at eight o'clock on Sunday mornings we have show and he produces that for me just like he's producing what I'm doing right now and we call that show seniors circle and we would invite you to listen. We're going to have a show this week that spectacular we're going to interview a guy who is from. Your from up in crystal. Colorado. If you've ever been to crystal it's hard to get there. It's a four wheel drive road in fact, but crystal is a little town that was built an original days in Colorado like a lot of stuff in the mountains around mining. And the most. Equal icon. ICK. Photograph of Colorado. Kind of right up there with the Maroon Bells is the crystal mill in that stat. Beautiful little building with a waterfall coming down next to it and pond down below at surrounded by aspen trees in the mountains. I mean. It's just one of the most iconic beautiful. He this is Colorado kind of pictures. Well, anyway we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA talk to him, and this is going to be a lot of fun. Roger is a guy who lived there as a kid and now he just Kinda spends his summers up there there's no electricity there. You just have to cut a live with lanterns and and that kind of life you pump your water by hand stuff like that. But. He wrote a book called stupid stuff. And it's about the people up there who go up there the tourists, the flat landers goof-balls who go up there and do stupid things on that road. Some of them are getting hurt and others it's just comical but we're going to interview him and learn more about this book. I have a copy of his book, he autographed it and he said. Don't become a subject of stupid stuff number two, volume two and he signed it. Yeah. It's just fun to see what he's got to say so I invite you to. Eight o'clock on Sunday morning. Now, if you should happen to miss that we've got podcasts of our show on Sunday.

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05:42 min | 2 months ago

"gail" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Work when they first did this six hundred dollars and it went through quick. I've heard senators say, well, we made a mistake. We didn't stop to think about the ramifications nationwide of what that meant in Colorado. Do you know what the average pay in Colorado is twenty six dollars and eighty four cents an hour if you make that much money, it's about. It's almost eleven hundred dollars a week that you may it's at ten, seventy, three sixty to be exact. So if you're getting six hundred dollars a week in addition to your regular unemployment, that's probably helping you immensely to get that six hundred bucks because you're on your normal unemployment is is not your full pay? It's a percentage in it's based on a lot of things but but nonetheless. That six hundred. Could really help you. If, you make a whole lot much more than that. the then the six hundred probably doesn't help you that much either if you're unemployed. But more most the people in the higher income brackets have gone virtual and they're able to handle it. But so my question, do you want more unemployment pay and if so what level for you and your circumstance makes sense three, four, four, fifty, five, six what what. Or would you rather we just forget the whole thing and just let the economy bubble along as it is. and. Then the same question would apply give me a call three, five, three, thirteen, ten. What would you do with twelve hundred dollars if they sent it to you pretty soon would that make a huge difference in you being able to stay afloat? Would it just be money that you're going to add to what you're already making so that you can have I duNno. Something a trip or on nobody wants to travel maybe just by yourself a boat. I. Dunno right spending on gold silver and BITCOIN BITCOIN and. A bad idea. Last night new was hovering around two thousand dollars announce. something. Like that. Yeah. Just spend it on that just as as protest. Do you know how much Mooney gold was worth when I was a kid a lot thirty, two bucks an ounce. Thirty two. Well, here's a long time ago. Four years ago. I was a kid a lot more than forty years ago. Now I said four years career. You're young man. I know you're a young man compared to me anybody is young. No Up Gold has just done amazingly well, I can remember even back in the eighties nineties, you could buy gold at three, four, five, hundred bucks an ounce if you had done that it would really it adds up but anyway folks Lemme hear from your three, five, three, thirteen, ten. To know what you would do with the stimulus do you need one? Do you want anybody else to get one? I? Want to know what do you think? Three five, three, thirteen, ten John. Clark right here on thirteen ten. Colorado's voice. In Forget. If you miss any portion of mornings with gail go to thirteen ten KFI K. A. dot com to download the podcast today back to jail. Come Home He. Well sure six, fifty, two in the morning right now. John Clark gals morning right here on Colorado's voice thirteen, ten KFI. I. Need to take just a minute here and tell you what happens around here on Sunday Mornings at eight o'clock Mike knows what happens right here at eight o'clock on Sunday mornings we have show and he produces that for me just like he's producing what I'm doing right now and we call that show seniors circle and we would invite you to listen. We're going to have a show this week that spectacular we're going to interview a guy who is from. Your from up in crystal. Colorado. If you've ever been to crystal it's hard to get there. It's a four wheel drive road in fact, but crystal is a little town that was built an original days in Colorado like a lot of stuff in the mountains around mining. And the most. Equal icon. ICK. Photograph of Colorado. Kind of right up there with the Maroon Bells is the crystal mill in that stat. Beautiful little building with a waterfall coming down next to it and pond down below at surrounded by aspen trees in the mountains. I mean. It's just one of the most iconic beautiful. He this is Colorado kind of pictures. Well, anyway we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA talk to him, and this is going to be a lot of fun. Roger is a guy who lived there as a kid and now he just Kinda spends his summers up there there's no electricity there. You just have to cut a live with lanterns and and that kind of life you pump your water by hand stuff like that. But. He wrote a book called stupid stuff. And it's about the people up there who go up there the tourists, the flat landers goof-balls who go up there and do stupid things on that road. Some of them are getting hurt and others it's just comical but we're going to interview him and learn more about this book. I have a copy of his book, he autographed it and he said. Don't become a subject of stupid stuff number two, volume two and he signed it. Yeah. It's just fun to see what he's got to say so I invite you to. Eight o'clock on Sunday morning. Now, if you should happen to miss that we've got podcasts of our show on Sunday.

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08:15 min | 2 months ago

"gail" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"I don't have to tell you is the day before Friday all kind of look forward to Friday don't we? Unless we're not employed, and that brings me back to one of the questions I have. We did have a caller in wasn't able to get on the air time but talked to Mike and Mike at this caller called and I had those questions that I was asking about the the stimulus Do People really need another twelve hundred bucks and if they got the twelve hundred, what would they do with it and then beyond that to the unemployment? extra six, hundred dollars. People were getting went away and there's talk about maybe putting back some of that or or all or none it with that and we had a caller. What did what did she tell you? Mike Well Janice from Greeley said, yes she could use the stimulus. She would use it on rent and bills, and she has some neighbors some neighbors who are employed and she knows that they could also use that stimulus. Well. It does sound like it's actually An important thing to people But. But this is tied up in all this politics and it's just sad because the president he wants to give away as much money as he can before election. Day. And then on the other hand, Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats don't want that to happen because they think it's going to hurt their chances for Joe Biden to be elected president. Collie. Politics, as I said earlier, this morning is the process of forming public policy. That's politics. That's what it is. But when people start to use that process. For their own personal political gains. That's when it doesn't work very well, and that's why Pelosi and those folks passed this immense three point two, trillion dollar bill that nobody nobody in the Senate likes much probably a couple of Democrats who do but at least the controlling votes in the Senate, don't like it the president thought that was too much. But now he's talking like he'd like to see the twelve hundred because he wants to get elected. You See. When public policy is made by people who are working in good faith. To do something for the benefit of the public. Politics is a good thing. But when it's used to try and help a specific candidate or cause with special interests. That's a misuse of what I consider to be a good system I gotta tell you. That's it. Well. I, want to get back to crazy horse Bill O'Reilly has written this book killing crazy horse and it has to do with how we in this part of Colorado. Are many times accused of living on occupied Arapaho lands and it was kind of talking about that earlier about how originally the Europeans came here claimed this continent for Prince Spain. Great Britain. Well. There were people who had already claimed this. Since they lived here the native Americans this was their home they lived in entirely different lifestyle than the people in Europe they were in some ways nomadic. They'd move around following the game and even whether to some extent, there weren't a great deal of him who tilled the soil in yet back in in Europe, you had your little plot ground in your planet, your PS and. We're happy. Okay. Well, here's what I wrote about this. From the beginning and this is just I'm writing a book by the way and It's called observations by the way in and it's just something I'm writing mainly for my posterity probably never publish it, but just want to nail the things that I've noticed in life. Well here here's let me talk about the Arapaho lands. We have certain liberal progressive, a certain liberal progressive element in northern, Colorado community. Who believe we live on occupied Arapaho lands because the native Americans who were here when white folks arrived really own the property. The European style of ownership that came with early white settlers was very different than the way we wrongly called Indians lived and operated again that's because Columbus study was in India. They moved from place to place followed their food supply that I've just talked about and the homestead one, hundred, sixty acres, and all that was something that was done by our government to try and encourage population to move out into what the was for the most part the Louisiana purchase. Okay then. I read I talk about our Westwood expansion from the beginning of European involvement. In the new world. There were conflicts with the native Americans. The Spanish conquistadors along with others went into the Americas and enslaved the indigenous people in shipped immense amounts a gold back to Europe. Some of it was lost in shipwrecks and fortune hunters found the remnants off the. American. Coast from time to time still do. As the United States continue to move west, they almost always had to fight with the native inhabitants history records, those events as the Indian wars. And then I go on to talk about how the United States moved West the Americans claimed the land and the then. In. Some cases. Give it away because the US government wanted to populated as I mentioned, they would let you if there's one hundred sixty acres, they'd have your hundred sixty acres and you could homestead as long as you improved it and live there it was your land. But. Then we see that in addition to that, we had a lot of people moving into this part of the country who were looking for gold silver and other precious metals. The prospectors. That caused booms to occur booms in the mountains of Colorado boons in the mountains of some places in California And the native Americans didn't like that lot of times they would attack those miners who were there. So after the civil war, the US got pretty serious about the Indian wars and they took a lot of the people who were fighters in the civil war George Armstrong. custer being one of the notable ones and they sent him out west they sent a cavalry in primarily the pony soldiers. who were sent out here and they were supposed to take care in wipeout in solve these Indian uprisings. The native Americans were killing settlers in settlers were killing the native Americans. There was a war in it had been going on ever since Ohio. When we moved out of. The original thirteen colonies and started to move west? Ohio was a wilderness at that point. This. Is because of a vision that people for this country had called manifest destiny. The idea was that we were supposed to take over all of the central part of North America? That was the destiny of a miracle of the United States of America Anyway sometimes when we moved the native Americans from where they were to where we thought they ought to be we'd compensate him with some amount of money. doesn't seem like very much money these days and we'd also give them A. Place to live, but that's not where they wanted to live. They didn't they didn't do well in that type of an environment they did great when they could roam and follow the buffalo which we killed off by the way. So there weren't any for them to have anyway I I've got a couple of other things you need to hear in. Then we'll get right back to this because I want to get to the point I was trying to make about bill, O'Reilly's book because just. I got some comments on it. I. Think you need to hear especially if you want to read and buy that. Book. Okay. More real soon. Take a breath right here on northern. Colorado's voice thirteen ten KFI. Gay John Clarkin for Gail. Code now. 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08:15 min | 2 months ago

"gail" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"I don't have to tell you is the day before Friday all kind of look forward to Friday don't we? Unless we're not employed, and that brings me back to one of the questions I have. We did have a caller in wasn't able to get on the air time but talked to Mike and Mike at this caller called and I had those questions that I was asking about the the stimulus Do People really need another twelve hundred bucks and if they got the twelve hundred, what would they do with it and then beyond that to the unemployment? extra six, hundred dollars. People were getting went away and there's talk about maybe putting back some of that or or all or none it with that and we had a caller. What did what did she tell you? Mike Well Janice from Greeley said, yes she could use the stimulus. She would use it on rent and bills, and she has some neighbors some neighbors who are employed and she knows that they could also use that stimulus. Well. It does sound like it's actually An important thing to people But. But this is tied up in all this politics and it's just sad because the president he wants to give away as much money as he can before election. Day. And then on the other hand, Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats don't want that to happen because they think it's going to hurt their chances for Joe Biden to be elected president. Collie. Politics, as I said earlier, this morning is the process of forming public policy. That's politics. That's what it is. But when people start to use that process. For their own personal political gains. That's when it doesn't work very well, and that's why Pelosi and those folks passed this immense three point two, trillion dollar bill that nobody nobody in the Senate likes much probably a couple of Democrats who do but at least the controlling votes in the Senate, don't like it the president thought that was too much. But now he's talking like he'd like to see the twelve hundred because he wants to get elected. You See. When public policy is made by people who are working in good faith. To do something for the benefit of the public. Politics is a good thing. But when it's used to try and help a specific candidate or cause with special interests. That's a misuse of what I consider to be a good system I gotta tell you. That's it. Well. I, want to get back to crazy horse Bill O'Reilly has written this book killing crazy horse and it has to do with how we in this part of Colorado. Are many times accused of living on occupied Arapaho lands and it was kind of talking about that earlier about how originally the Europeans came here claimed this continent for Prince Spain. Great Britain. Well. There were people who had already claimed this. Since they lived here the native Americans this was their home they lived in entirely different lifestyle than the people in Europe they were in some ways nomadic. They'd move around following the game and even whether to some extent, there weren't a great deal of him who tilled the soil in yet back in in Europe, you had your little plot ground in your planet, your PS and. We're happy. Okay. Well, here's what I wrote about this. From the beginning and this is just I'm writing a book by the way and It's called observations by the way in and it's just something I'm writing mainly for my posterity probably never publish it, but just want to nail the things that I've noticed in life. Well here here's let me talk about the Arapaho lands. We have certain liberal progressive, a certain liberal progressive element in northern, Colorado community. Who believe we live on occupied Arapaho lands because the native Americans who were here when white folks arrived really own the property. The European style of ownership that came with early white settlers was very different than the way we wrongly called Indians lived and operated again that's because Columbus study was in India. They moved from place to place followed their food supply that I've just talked about and the homestead one, hundred, sixty acres, and all that was something that was done by our government to try and encourage population to move out into what the was for the most part the Louisiana purchase. Okay then. I read I talk about our Westwood expansion from the beginning of European involvement. In the new world. There were conflicts with the native Americans. The Spanish conquistadors along with others went into the Americas and enslaved the indigenous people in shipped immense amounts a gold back to Europe. Some of it was lost in shipwrecks and fortune hunters found the remnants off the. American. Coast from time to time still do. As the United States continue to move west, they almost always had to fight with the native inhabitants history records, those events as the Indian wars. And then I go on to talk about how the United States moved West the Americans claimed the land and the then. In. Some cases. Give it away because the US government wanted to populated as I mentioned, they would let you if there's one hundred sixty acres, they'd have your hundred sixty acres and you could homestead as long as you improved it and live there it was your land. But. Then we see that in addition to that, we had a lot of people moving into this part of the country who were looking for gold silver and other precious metals. The prospectors. That caused booms to occur booms in the mountains of Colorado boons in the mountains of some places in California And the native Americans didn't like that lot of times they would attack those miners who were there. So after the civil war, the US got pretty serious about the Indian wars and they took a lot of the people who were fighters in the civil war George Armstrong. custer being one of the notable ones and they sent him out west they sent a cavalry in primarily the pony soldiers. who were sent out here and they were supposed to take care in wipeout in solve these Indian uprisings. The native Americans were killing settlers in settlers were killing the native Americans. There was a war in it had been going on ever since Ohio. When we moved out of. The original thirteen colonies and started to move west? Ohio was a wilderness at that point. This. Is because of a vision that people for this country had called manifest destiny. The idea was that we were supposed to take over all of the central part of North America? That was the destiny of a miracle of the United States of America Anyway sometimes when we moved the native Americans from where they were to where we thought they ought to be we'd compensate him with some amount of money. doesn't seem like very much money these days and we'd also give them A. Place to live, but that's not where they wanted to live. They didn't they didn't do well in that type of an environment they did great when they could roam and follow the buffalo which we killed off by the way. So there weren't any for them to have anyway I I've got a couple of other things you need to hear in. Then we'll get right back to this because I want to get to the point I was trying to make about bill, O'Reilly's book because just. I got some comments on it. I. Think you need to hear especially if you want to read and buy that. Book. Okay. More real soon. Take a breath right here on northern. Colorado's voice thirteen ten KFI. Gay John Clarkin for Gail. Code now. 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"gail" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

01:42 min | 2 months ago

"gail" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"On northern Colorado's voice thirteen ten KFI Kfi John. Clark in for Gail. I was kind of off on a little tangent here a little bit ago about these police shootings that have occurred in Denver in in that kind of leads into another discussion and that discussion has to do with. Is there racism in terms of law enforcement in? Our society. Do People, of Color, specifically people who drive beat up cars specifically. more trouble with law enforcement than the average Caucasian person driving around in their late model car. Having. Police officers and also members of the minority. In my family and matter of fact, one of them is both Yao. Sometimes. We do find that there's more attention given to people of color when it comes to police work. Why is that the case? Well, some statistics would show that maybe those folks are involved in a higher level of certain kinds of crime possibly not always though that's not a good true fact. I look back on my youth. In high school especially. I was blessed to go to a school in Denver East Denver High, school? We had an unbelievably beautiful mix of racist. They're the one thing we're a little short on at that time we're Hispanics, but that was quite a bit ago and the population was not as great as it is now. But but the point is we have thirty percent of our population of that school who were black and the rest of.

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Southwest, American, United slash fall flights: What it means

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:54 min | 3 months ago

Southwest, American, United slash fall flights: What it means

"Wherever every by Don Gilbertson In USA Today Airlines have spent the past few weeks scrubbing all flights after. Well, there was a bit of a bump in travel demand this summer Well, it's slowed down during a spike in Kobe nine thousand nine cases in several areas around the country the numbers when you look at number pretty staggering United Airlines as about two thousand daily flights on the books for September half half the number it planned a month ago this according to travel data and analytics from Oh g American Airlines planned an average of nearly fifty four hundred daily September flights down to fewer than twenty, nine hundred. South West has cut twenty five percent of its September flights or nearly seven hundred daily trips down to two thousand from a plan to thirty five hundred. So basically what this means for you is possible flight changes if you already have tickets and fewer choices, possibly higher fares. So here's some things you need to do. If you're flying this fall including the upcoming Labor, day weekend, check your reservation. All you need is your confirmation number make sure the times and even flight dates or the airport hasn't changed. You could do it online or by calling the airline or your online travel agency. If your flight has changed, re review the flights your book on and call or go online to try to find better options if those don't work and pay attention to emails that that are coming in from your airline. Sure. It could be just another pitch for fair sale or a frequent flyer credit card, but it could also be notification of an important flight change or cancellation that you might well want to be aware of. Don't wait until the day before your flight or the week of your trip to reconfirm your revoking options will be even more limited. If your flight has been changed or canceled worse, you could miss the new flight, the airline putsch on or be stuck at the airport for hours worse case scenario be prepared to shell out more money to buy a ticket on another airline. If your travel dates or times are inflexible, airlines are required to refund your money if they cancel flight or changed significantly but that might not cover the price of a ticket on another airline especially last minute finally. Build some flexibility into your travel plans and try to maintain your cool if you're buying tickets. If. You have to be at your destination by a certain date for work or school or vacation whatever the case may be don't cut it close with your flights. In case there are changes or cancellations

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Philadelphia eviction moratorium set to expire as thousands face housing crisis

KYW 24 Hour News

01:18 min | 3 months ago

Philadelphia eviction moratorium set to expire as thousands face housing crisis

"Since the pandemic started, started, renters renters in in Pierre Pierre gonna gonna have have to to pay pay up up a a moratorium moratorium on on evictions evictions has has expired. expired. W's W's Anakin's Anakin's joining joining us us Live Live this this morning morning with with more more on on this. this. Good morning, Len. Good morning, Carol people all over Pennsylvania, waking up today wondering what's gonna happen next. The moratorium on evictions has expired. Brent is due and they're still without jobs because of the pandemic. Gail Campbell of West Philadelphia says she's missed rent payments and she's worried and she knows there's a lot of people on the very same spot sleepless lights. They were nightmares out, which I I deal with now. They will wake up and picked a already industry. Now Governor. Wolf says he might take action by executive order buddies urging state lawmakers to take up the issue. He wants them to set aside $100 million to prevent evictions and then another $100 million to stop utility shut offs. But that's not likely to happen until next week at the earliest because of legislative rules and how things work in Harrisburg. And now that the moratorium has ended, residents who have already lost eviction hearings in court could be locked out of their homes as early as next Tuesday. So action can't come quickly enough for for them, them, Carol. Carol. All All right, right,

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Navalny’s team sees Kremlin behind attack

Inside Europe

05:08 min | 3 months ago

Navalny’s team sees Kremlin behind attack

"Activists in. Russia. Say They will not be silenced despise the apparent poisoning, their most prominence leader Alexey navalny he collapsed after drinking a cup of tea an airport cafe while campaigning in Siberia. If he was poisoned, it's the latest in a series of attacks on Kremlin critics. Journalists both inside and outside the country and European leaders are threatening a robust response. Our Moscow correspondent Lucy Taylor reports at the budget logger staying. Agents ability. To Christ his four million Youtube followers Alexei navalny has the loudest voice speaking out against the Kremlin Russia. Deborah wound. He exposes corruption and embezzlement and rallies crowds of young protesters in Russia's cities another newsletter rob discussed they didn't really. In this video a few weeks ago he tells them to believe in themselves and the power to change the country. But for now, at least that voice is silent. Nevada. Collapsed screaming on a plane and Siberia. His team immediately blamed a cup of tea. He drank in an airport cafe. The only thing he had to eat drink that day you. Russian doctors in the city of oems said, there was no trace of toxins move in. I can say for sure oxo Bates and barbiturates of not being found the research is going on, but those agents not in Nevada his body. This was the chief doctor, the hospital Alexander Murkowski. Already, working diagnoses. The main one we leaned towards most his carbohydrate balanced disorder meaning metabolic disorder. It might have been caused by a rapid drop of blood sugar in a plane which caused him to pass out. Novon. These family insisted he was airlifted to Germany to doctors. They trusted to be independent, and by contrast the team Berlin Scherzer's hospital say that's s syndicate that he was poisoned. They say they found evidence if Colin stays inhibitors which affect the nervous system and could cause long-term deal. The German government has kept Navalny unto tight. Watch. This is the Foreign Minister Heiko Mas. Differ. Suspicion is not that Mr Navalny poisoned himself, but there's someone poisoned misdemeanor felony and there are unfortunately one or two examples of such poisonings in recent. Russian. History it was clear that after his arrival security measures had to be put into place, we are dealing with the patient to likely the targets of a poison attack. So the pressure is building on Russia to investigate what happened. The Kremlin says, it's offended by claims of a cover up and says, there's no need for an investigation until it's conclusively proven poison was involved but analysts abroad say the case follows a pattern of attacks on critics including the Salisbury poisoning of the former spy, Sergei scruple in twenty. I share ran gap from the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs Gail University. The fact that this may be poisoning. This is a part of a pattern that the Russian government has engaged and you all know this just from the nerve Asian. That was used in this cripple poisoning, other Russian spies, both in Britain and elsewhere been poisoned. It's a really that's not something that one that is a common way of attacking someone so I think there's sort of a signature here that suggests that this is a Russian government, probably a GRU intelligence operation. The Russian government denies any involvement in Alexei navalny illness saying the accusations can't be taken seriously and it denies that there is any trend of attacks on anti-government figures. Russia's State Duma is looking into whether they're foreign links to the attack on. Novelli. But his friends say is the third time that he's been poisoned in Russia. This is his friends surgery of it is very important to remember. It's not the first attack on Nevada using chemical agents. He was attacked in two thousand seventeen. The video cameras actually identify the man who executed the attack. This man was not investigated interrogated or prosecuted. The second time was attacked last summer. When he was detained in. Moscow. Prison and was actually administered within the prison within the prison cell. So it was also very easy to investigate. It was not investigated as well. which kind of tells you how the Kremlin treats people who Tacna Botany Moose Women Somewhere Bolshoi. Kremlin says it doesn't want Nevada illness to damage ties with Western countries. Assist supporters prepare to fight regional elections without navalny. The case could have wider geopolitical consequences. The United States said it would endorse the European Union led investigation and German Chancellor Angela Merkel said those responsible should be held to account. See. Taylor d-w Moscow.

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The Secret Lives of The Palace of Fine Arts Swans

Bay Curious

03:33 min | 3 months ago

The Secret Lives of The Palace of Fine Arts Swans

"Heading out to answer me question about how the swans are protected from coyotes is reporter Saul. Asana. Poor. I visit the Palace of fine arts at dusk on a misty grey weeknight. FOGHORNS. Are droning on in the background, but you can still hear the birds. Without Aharon. The swamp so they were hard to find I had to circle around the entire lagoon before I finally saw them we're looking for the. Oh Yes and. They're just hanging out in the open like this. There is one person who doesn't have any problem finding the swans. Her name is Gail Hagerty, and she is the Swan Lady I bow who they are across the water and people say to me well, how can you tell and I should? Because I've been taking care of them for so long for twenty five years. Gale has visited the swans daily and manage their diet mostly lettuce on a swan feed for dessert they get cheese. It's they loved they just goeke dessert for those. The Palace of fine. Arts. Has Two mute swans blanche and blue boy called mute swans because they don't make as many vocalisations as other types of swans. Blanche is very sweet and very forgiving. If I have to handle her, she will forgive me right away. Blue boy is he's the man of the lagoon. He doesn't like geese on their he doesn't like me. He's very large swan and He's always on a patrol always like who you who let you in and. But difficult personalities. Aside, these swans are graceful majestic when I see them on the water. It makes something in my soul feel whole and it's always been that way swans lived at the Palace of fine arts since it first opened during the Nineteen Fifteen Panama Pacific International Exhibition but one thing not in the design was an area to fence them off at night according to gale the Swan sleep out in the open. They are not put in any compound or any protective area in the evening. But where they go is they go into the gardeners nursery area which is fenced off, and they access that from the water to answer me, she's question coyotes haven't been. A problem for adult swans, swans are so big and so fast even on land they're fast I know because I had to run from him especially, but we've had swans for a long time. It's never been an issue for the adults but in the past, it has been an issue for the babies which are usually cared for on the lawn not in the gardener's nursery. Gail says a years ago the coyotes got to them eight them right there on site but doing some health issues, Gail says Blanche won't be having any more babies. So hopefully, coyotes won't be an issue. Now besides while on there are a lot of different birds at the Palace of fine arts. Course. Goes. We've got some horned owls in there and I won't see them normally might hear them.

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Hillary Clinton's DNC speech: 'America needs a president'

Emotional Management with Dr. Christian Conte

07:05 min | 3 months ago

Hillary Clinton's DNC speech: 'America needs a president'

"Coverage of the Democratic National Committee. After the last election, I said we owe Donald Trump and open mind and the chance to lead I meant it. Every president deserves that. And Trump came in with so much set up for him a strong economy plans for managing crises, including a pandemic. Yes, we Democrats would have disagreed with him on many things. But if he had put his own interests and ego aside scene, the humanity and a child ripped from her parents at the border or a protester calling for justice. Or a family wiped out by natural disaster. That would have been a good thing for America and the world. I wish Donald Trump knew how to be a president because America needs a president right now. Throughout this time of crisis. Americans keep going checking on neighbors showing up two jobs as first responders, hospitals, grocery stores, nursing homes. Yes, it still takes a village. And we need leaders equal to this moment of sacrifice and service We need Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. Everyone has a story about Joe's caring and empathy. I remember him calling after my mother, Dorothy died and we talked about being raised by strong women. The best testament to Joe is how he's cared for his family. And how great is it that Dr Jill Biden plans to keep teaching as first lady? And Joe pick the right partner in Camilla. She's relentless in the pursuit of justice and equity, and she's kind When her press secretary Tyrone Gail, was dying of cancer, she dropped everything to be with him in his final moments. I know something about the slings and arrows she'll face and believe me, this former district attorney and attorney general can handle them all. So this is the team to pull our nation back from the brink. But they can't do it without us. For four years. People have told me I didn't realize how dangerous he Waas. I wish I could do it all over or worst. I should have voted. Look This can't be another would've could've should've election. If you vote by mail, request your ballot now and sent it back right away. If you vote in person, do it early. Become a poll worker. Most of all, no matter what vote. As Michelle Obama and Bernie Sanders warned us. If Trump is reelected, things will get even worse. That's why we need unity. Now more than ever. Remember back in 2016. When Trump asked. What do you have to lose? Well, now we know our healthcare our jobs, our loved ones. Our leadership in the world and even our post office. Let's set our sights higher than getting one man out of the White House. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are going to give us so much to vote for. Let's vote for the jobs that Joe's plan will create clean energy jobs to fight climate change caregiving jobs with living wages, vote for emergency relief that lift small businesses and saves hardworking people from foreclosures and evictions. It's wrong that billionaires got $400 billion richer during the pandemic, while millions lost their $600 a week in extra unemployment. For the parents and teachers struggling to balance Children's education and safety and for health care workers fighting covert 19 with little help from the White House. Vote for paid family leave and health care for everyone for Social Security, Medicare and Planned Parenthood. Vote for dreamers and their families for law enforcement, purged of racial bias that keeps all our streets safe. Vote for justice for George Floyd. Rianna, Taylor and Ahmad are very because black lives matter. Vote for honest elections, So we hot a foreign adversary. Choose our president. Vote for the divers hopeful America we saw in last night's roll call. And don't forget. Joe and Camilla can win by three million votes and still lose. Take it from me. So we need numbers overwhelming, so Trump can't sneak or steal his way to victory. Text vote 30330 to get started. 100 years ago yesterday, the 19th amendment to the Constitution was ratified. It took seven decades of suffer just marching, picketing and going to jail to push us closer to a more perfect union. 55 years ago, John Lewis marched and bled and Selma because that work was unfinished. Tonight. I'm thinking of the girls and boys who see themselves in America's future because of Kamala Harris. A black woman, the daughter of Jamaican and Indian immigrants and our nominee for vice president. This is our country's story, breaking down barriers and expanding the circle of possibility. And to the young people watching. Don't give up on America. Despite our flaws and problems we've come so far, we can still be a more just equal country with opportunities Previous generations could never have imagined. There's a lot of heartbreak in America now, and the truth is many things were broken before the pandemic. But as the saying goes, the world breaks everyone, and afterward. Many are strong at the broken places. That's Joe Biden. He knows how to keep going, unify and lead because he's done that for his family and country. So come November. If we're strong together. Well, hell together will redeem the soul and the promise of our country led by President Joe Biden

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Forever Free: Edmonia Lewis

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

05:20 min | 3 months ago

Forever Free: Edmonia Lewis

"Hey Joel Lauren Hey so. You know what I feel like I have been I have I have not done our podcast. Justice. And the reason being is because you know every. So often we do an episode on historical person. And it seems that you do a lot of episodes about like strong influential women. And I do episodes on. Deeply White Dude's. Deeply disturbed man and I was like you know what? I'm going to remedy this today. I'm going to do it right and I had I had known very little about this person until I started doing my research, the more I learned about her the more I was. Like. Impressed about her. Just. Her talents and her very interesting life and everything. So today. I'm going to be doing an episode on Ed Monia Lewis. Yes I don't know who that is. So at Monia Lewis was the first professional and internationally known African American sculptor. Wa Yes so Her work was like well known all over the world during this time period but we'll get into it so. she was she is believed to have been born on July fourth eighteen, forty four that she didn't. She didn't know her her birthdate. Lot of people didn't warn free in Greenbush New York, which is now the city of Rent Rensselaer and her father was Afro Haitian while her mother her her name was Catherine Mike Lewis was of Mississauga, Gibb Way and African American descent. So she was both African American Haitian and native American Great. her mother was known as an excellent weaver in crafts woman while her father was a gentleman servant and her family background inspired Lewis in her later work. So, by the time she reached the age of nine. Both of her parents had died to maternal aunts adopted her and her older half brother whose name was Samuel. He was born in eighteen thirty five to lose his father and his first wife in Haiti and the family came to the United. States, when Samuel was a young child Samuel eventually became a barber at age twelve after his father died because he needed to start making money for the family and so he became a barber I know isn't as seventh grader giving you a haircut that's a nightmare but apparently. We're pulling your teeth both. Apparently. He was very good because eventually he moved out West in became an entrepreneur in a landowner and was very successful. but at the time, the children lived with their aunts near Niagara Falls for about four years and Louis in her aunt sold Agip way baskets and other items such as moccasins, embroidered blouses, tourists, visiting. Niagara. Falls, TORONTO, and Buffalo. So Little Gail. during this time Lewis went by her native American name, which was wildfire while her brother was called sunshine or sunrise, which is like these are just cool. ASS names. Great names may great names man. So in eighteen fifty, two Samuel F. for San Francisco leaving Lewis in the care of captain s mills, and Samuel provided for her board and education. Captain are mills was a an abolitionist. He was a well known abolitionists at the time. So in eighteen, fifty, six, she enrolled at New York, Central College McGraw Hill which was a baptist. School at McGraw Hill. Louis. Met many of the leading activists who would become mentors, patrons and possible subjects for her work as her artistic career developed. So during her summer term there in eighteen fifty-eight, she took classes in the primary department in preparation for college, and she was enrolled in primary courses in order to help advance her reading and writing skills along with other subjects of academia that we're not quite advanced enough for the academic department. So. In a later interview, she said that she left the school after three years having been quote declared to be wild. Oh Wow. Yeah. She said until I was twelve years old I led this wandering fishing and swimming and making moccasins I was then sent to school for three years in McGraw Hill was declared to be wild they could do nothing with me Oh Yeah. So they seem to have expected a lot from. A kid who had been grown up just like doing whatever she could to survive. So. Eight fifty nine when she was about fifteen years old her brother Samuel and abolitionists sent her to win Ohio where she attended the secondary Oberlin Academy Preparatory School for the full three year course before she entered Oberlin College, which was one of the first US higher learning institutions to admit women and people of Color. At the time, she changed her to Mary Monia Lewis and began to study art. So from here on out, she's known as Ed Monia Lewis. She boarded with Reverend John. Keep his wife from nine until she was forced from the college in eighteen sixty three. So I'll tell you about that in a second. But at Oberlin with a student population of one thousand Lewis was one of only thirty students of color. Yeah, Reverend keep was white a member of the board of trustees and avid evolutionist and a spokesperson for Co Education so throughout her life, she was kind of moved from from patron to patient as a young child mostly with abolitionist family Scott.

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"gail" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

08:53 min | 3 months ago

"gail" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Be Buddy. Forty nine. Oh. Don't give her. It's better than buddy holly doesn't. Love it love it. Love it. John Clark here with you because gale's not she's taken a very deserved day off and so I'm glad to be here having a great time this morning. I told you I was going to get to this tribune editorial. It was actually a guest editorial because it originated as a Colorado Springs Gazette editorial about how federal officials have the duty to investigate hickenlooper use of disaster recovery funds a Ha now let me read to you from what's published in the Greeley Tribune that was originally written by the Colorado. Springs. Gazette just to make it clear where this coming from. A little flavor of U S representative Doug Lambourn wants the federal government to investigate former governor Colorado governor. John Hickenlooper is highly suspect use of federal funds intended for disaster recovery. He should not have to ask the well known in seemingly outrageous. misuse of phones has been covered by Colorado's major media organizations and federal officials have an ethical if you dish cheery duty to get involved now to go on and just kind of. Paraphrase here what they wrote lambourn represents Colorado Springs, which is why the Colorado Springs is that I guess is involved also need dimension. He will not be on the ballot for reelection this year he was beat in the primary by Loren Loren bogut she's the gun-toting lady from. who who beat him. Almost an unbelievable political. Experience to see that happen but nonetheless Anyone according to the editorial anyone who thinks the actions of former governor, our water under the bridge? No the he has fiscal irresponsibility with lasting ramifications. Basically what happened was? the there was money left in an emergency fund federal money, and when Governor Hickenlooper was accused of ethical violations, he used one hundred, thirty, three, thousand dollars of that money. Of the recovery funds to pay his legal bills and even lost. He was convicted of two of those. indiscretions in using money improperly. The charges are made that he received also illegal corporate donations in the form of private jet travel, lavish hotels, meals, and other related expenses. I mean, this is this is pretty serious stuff I in my mind anyway. Now, the year was the rub. He was actually accused of mini mini violations. I think it was a hundred or so or night almost one hundred would be a better accurate way to set because I don't have the real number here in this editorial, but he he took. All these trips and everything and they could only convict him of too because the rest of these charges had come up against the statute limitations. That's why you've got people want to change that staff statute of limitations here Colorado because it was only a year or two and then boom it's gone but he was convicted of the ones that he could be that could be heard. And found guilty. He used this money from this recovery fund for a lot of things during times that were personal expenses, membership dues in professional organizations and so on. Yeah. I think he needs to be investigated and let's see where this whole thing comes out but the solution to this. Vote for try. Gardner. Cory Gardner what I say Troy it's Koi Koi Cory Cory. Cory Gardner just having tongue twisted anyway that's the solution to all this will have more for you real soon right here on. Colorado's voice thirteen, ten K. FDA joint Clarkin for Gail Dan Patrick the whole show and Colin cowherd northern Colorado's voice thirteen, ten K F. K. Fifty five in your morning John Clark's admits regale. We have the distinct on her right now, talking with channel to pinpoint weather meteorologists Megan's, and he's going to tell us all about what's going to happen in the weather this weekend map. This is one of those things that everybody complains about nobody ever does anything about it you're, GonNa fix this. Well, I do lots of things about it. I'm just telling world yet. That's a deal that's a deal. I enjoy so much. I am A. Pinpoint weather fan. I think you guys are awesome. Good deal I'm glad to hear Tell us about what's going to happen this weekend. Should we? Probably wear shorts and flip flops or something. You should and I will tell you on a serious note tying to air conditioning. The smoke is going to be tremendously bad at times especially in the mornings. So air quality's just GONNA be horrid not very good for working outside. The throats and all that Hopefully we don't get new fires, but we certainly are prime because we'll be sitting in the nineties today and again tomorrow, and then we'll try to get some thunderstorms in here, Sunday but the chances low but at least it's a chance and then a better better than non. Can cleanse the air somewhat. So that's good. Well, we we have a brand new fire up here in northern. Colorado what by Red Feather Lakes which is upwind from Fort Collins Greeley, all of us it's there. It's ripping and railroad up there. It is and that is a tinderbox as much. Colorado is that area is is. Terrible. I mean any anywhere in that area has not had much appreciable rain in closing in on sixty days so. that. Draining the reservoirs to keep the crops alive up here. That's. It's working out. A question that I've always wondered about I listened some forecasters down there talk about. And others talk about average temperatures and so on and being Colorado native I'm not so sure there is such a thing as normal I realize in the weather business, you have norms and so on. But it always seems to me that they're always talking about how it's so much above or beyond or below normal which average would be a better word in my all messed up here. What what what's my problem? I use the word average most because it's What people expect however. and whether we average everything I say today we average everyday today. but then you try to, we try to force it into what a normal curve was see. That's what I meant about the norms. We're fitting it to a normal curve. It's not the average. It's fitting something to a normal curve, and so that's why we call it a normal and that gets too heavy for a lot of people. So I stick with the term average in along those lines, all the averages that normal curve changes next year because we do thirty year averages and next year will kick off a new thirty year period. So rather than nineteen eighty-one. we'll start at nineteen, ninety one and go up to twenty twenty. So we'll have a whole new set of averages not shifts everything will be. Looking at warmer temperatures and all on and dryer condition though are averages will change. So I appreciate that so much because I always yell at television there isn't any normal average in Colorado because we're always all over the place. Well, we appreciate that warning about staying inside with air conditioning so you can stay in some fairly good air but other than that we could have a great weekend. Yeah. Have a good weekend and stay smoke free began. Matt Megan's channel to pinpoint weather meteorologists. Glad to have you with us. Oh, great folks well. That's what I meant about the weather I'm I'm one of my favorite classes in college was. Physical geography and part of that was climatology and weather and I know just enough about it to make me kind of stupid and dangerous. So anyway, it's been an honor and a pleasure to be here with you today sitting in for Gail right here on northern Colorado's wise thirteen ten Kfi K. A. Greeley loveland. Fort. Commons. No Code now. Weekdays at four, another in Colorado's voice. Thirteen ten KFI K..

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"gail" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:13 min | 3 months ago

"gail" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Hundred great Friday. John Clark. Because, Gail is not I'm honored to have this opportunity to spend this morning with your help. We can get you out the door and get you out having fun and enjoying yourself may maybe you're even start your weekend early like today. But be careful because we've got this fire region up in the area of near Cameron Pass and to have to be really careful in that area as you also know, I seventy is closed all the from gypsum on down to Glenwood, and so the Glenwood Canyon is shut down. There isn't really a decent alternative. The only thing you can do is to figure out how to get clear up to eighty in Wyoming and income to the east that way then dropped down. through four Collins back into Denver or the other thing you could do is just go to highway forty that's not as far north that takes you through the Craig area up through steamboat and then you've got to drop but even to get into Denver there, you will then come back into I seventy down at silver plume Frisco that whole. Blooms on the other side. Pardon me. So for Thorn in Frisco and Dylan, that's where that will bring you back in seventy, and then you can get on into through the tunnel but this is not a good situation now, this this Fire. That is very recent that is up in the Chairman Pass area evacuated. The chamber's Lake Campground that has been evacuated. The people probably couldn't get out of there quick enough As my experience as a county commissioner, I had the opportunity to go into fire camp a couple of times when you're county catches on fire. Usually get a call from your local sheriff and they'll say, okay, we gotta go into fire camp and that's kind of an interesting experience because I drove in there with our sheriff who at that time was Richard Shockley over in Lamoure County, and this was the crystal mountain fire I'm thinking about specifically that happened and it was it was an interesting experience with fire camp. We brought in some hotshots meaning firefighters from I. Think they're from South Dakota's I recall and they came in and it set up camp and add their trucks and everything, and there are a couple of guys playing horseshoes. Then I said sheriff, we got fire going up here. What why are they playing horseshoes? That I couldn't believe it and he said well John. They're not gonNA do anything until you agree to pay them. I said is that why you brought me along so that I could pay. probably only got about ten bucks in my wallet and he said, No, no, you're going to have to agree as the German aboard of Commissioners to pay. Now. Here's the problem you've got. Sun Is fire is on private land in some of its on public land and when we get into this. Discussion, you're going to be talking to the Forest Service people, the US Forest Service People here in you have to decide with them what portion goes to the county to pay for. For private land and what portion the US Forest Service has to pay for. That's where you are. That's what you're going to be doing. And I thought who? Then I am once you to agree and sign off then they'll go fight fire. Right. Now, the fire boss was out flying around his helicopter trying to figure out exactly where the fire was and what it was going to take and kind of evaluate what the job was going to be, and so I just sat there for awhile. Watched two firefighters, play horseshoes and pretty soon The, for service guys came in far boss came back and he had people with laptops they set up tents and their their laptops cut Klickovic road bloom. So he finally comes over to me and to To skip who was the skips last name. Lost Anyway skipping I he was he was forced to WHO's ranger guy and he says, okay, here's what we got. It's going to cost a two hundred and ninety four, thousand dollars a day. We're going to be here four days. How do you want to split it up? And, skip says, well, John It looks to me like it's about forty.

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"gail" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

07:59 min | 3 months ago

"gail" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"We've not only got all that for you. We've got Kevin Car fat guys at the movies. Kevin Good Morning. Good. Morning. Hey we are. Shook and Jiving BEBOP. Underground. Yeah all that all that don't blow a hip or anything in the process so. Charity doodle. Yeah, what do you got for us today? There's Something going on in the movie world? Well, there's a bunch of stuff that's available on streaming right now the first one is Netflix. You've got a project power which starts Jamie Fox is a guy who's tracking down. These the drug, this new street drug that if you take it, it gives you a superpower for five minutes and he runs into and then butts heads with an ends up working with Joseph Gordon Levitt who plays a detective who's actually got hooked on the drug himself. It, it suffers a little bit from the same problems you get with a superhero movie and with a gritty cop film So it does cross the Johner a little bit but overall, it's it's entertaining for what it is. It runs a little long but you know if you've burn through a lot of the the stuff that you've already wanted to see and you want something new on a Friday night, this will work. I love Netflix I think that's just a whole bunch of fun that be an older person like I am the ability just to sit there and watch those shows with no commercials and that's cool. Yeah. Yeah. It's it's it's the the bean The streaming services are a great thing right now. Well and it looks like from I got milk here that you've got to the vod boys with no the sputnik what in the heck is that Yeah. This is on on video-on-demand and it's an independent It's been a lot of news and the independent and horror film realms. It's a Russian film. So you're going to have to read subtitles, get it, but it's a horror film about a cosmonaut who crashes in one, thousand, nine, hundred. and. They discover that there's this either it's a parasitic or some biotic organism living inside him and they try to try to figure out what to do with it. Now it's it's It's very eerie. It's very creepy at times we do and I really enjoyed that it's kind of this weird mixed between them and alien. So thank you. Know that's now I think a sputnik I think of nineteen, fifty nine when I was alive in the Russians launched it and we were behind. Well Yeah. I mean, it's it's the thing of it being the I I think it's whereas sputnik was the first time the Russians put something in the atmosphere This would be the first time. The Russians brought something back. Just a minor correction they put it out of the atmosphere and. Just just just had to throw that in. Debt now. What what else I earned the theaters ever gonNA open up here. We had a rumor that some of the theaters might be opening. What do you? Well AMC theaters. Opening next week it all depends on local locally it just depends on. If they open locally whether it's. Through whatever local municipalities are? So I can't tell you any specific theaters I know my hometown in Columbus Ohio they're going to be opening a couple next week. It's it opens on Thursday the twentieth. And if you have any EMC theater near, you are offering fifteen cent movies saying we're dialing back price prices a hundred years. Fifteen cents with. You. Because when I was a kid, we used to go to the theater around the corner every Saturday for quarter. Popcorn, Don? I know that there's a coin shortage, but people should be able to scare. Somewhere in the couch cushions I'm sure I would hope so but actually that's not too bad. Or are there some things that are just kind of been holding to in the theaters or what? What are we going to be able to watch? Well, in terms of new movies next week, there's that unhinged film with Russell Crowe as the road rage movie I. Then they're probably going to fill out the rest of the bill in the theaters with other they may play multiple theaters since are doing it in a reduced capacity or they. May Be, putting some old classics in there from the eighties or nineties like ghostbusters drastic Parker even some of these independent films that are still being released and then the week after that on the twenty eighth, you've got bill and Ted face of music and the new mutants are opening weekend. The following weekend is tenant, and so this sort of three week run is is on what everyone's looking at to see if the theater's can sustain the the smaller. Audience load whether that's going to be profitable for them whether they sold the snacks whether or not people come out after that probably mid-september, we're going to see if Hollywood pushes anything or starts rolling back into the theaters. Backup just a minute bill and Ted's. That was oh goodness and they're doing that again. Well, they did originally did don't excellent adventure back in think nineteen, eighty nine. Nineteen Ninety one, they did a sequel bill and Ted they're bogus journey, and now they're doing face of music. So Yeah that one that one's coming out in theaters is also going to be on premium video on demand so you can check that out as well. It was excellent. Know. Yeah. Now, to tell me in terms of the question, maybe maybe you didn't know I was GonNa ask you this but one of my favorite shows. US As heartland. In all I can seem to get as through about seasonal eleven but I understand maybe they did some more. Do you know anything about that heartland? That's all I'm thinking of homeland. The moon about the ranchers up in Alberta Canada. The horses and this girl is like a horse whisper. Okay. I'm not terribly familiar with that John's. Import I I don't know if it's if it's a it sounds like it's Canadian with. Canadian. Yes. Sometimes, you just have to wait for it to go through the rights and then it'll show generally if Netflix has. Any of the season's they'll usually end up having all the season's you may have to wait for the video date for the if there's an a second, an extra season or two out there that makes sense because they just could putting it on there and then that to me if you've never seen that I would recommend that to anybody. It's a wholesome movie about these people up there who were living on this beautiful end in Alberta Canada right up against the mountains and they raise horses and and it's just. I don't know I. I enjoy it. That's. Good Fun, Kevin we appreciate so much. We got to remind folks that you can hear Kevin Right here He's he's got to show and we we have him on Saturday and and sometimes we even running mother times because it's such a great show Kevin we appreciate you being here. Thanks so much. Have a great weekend. We'll talk to you later you betcha Kevin car fat guys at the movies right here on thirteen ten KFI. We're going to have some more of this excitement for your real soon we're GonNa talk about what some of the feds might do to former governor and Kurt senator candidate. Hickenlooper real soon on the heart of northern Colorado Thirteen. Ten KFI John Clarkin for Gail Code now. Weekdays at four, another in Colorado's voice. Thirteen ten KFI. How feeling about my thirty eight win prediction.

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"gail" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:13 min | 3 months ago

"gail" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"And forth across the street. You do have the right. The right to free speech is ingrained in our Constitution and there is no limit on the volume. So it's very likely, these people were yelling at each other. But when it got physical in, it looks like the aggressors were the pro police people on with the chief don't need that kind of support. Don't want that kind of support get out get out of it. That's not the way we do things in America and those people I hope we're GONNA. Go to court and have to pay fines or jail or whatever happens. Did you have a thought Mike? Well, I just wonder what what's going through these people's mind that. You're only hurting your cause violent. Your Causes Violence you're hurting your ause well in in for this to turn into what it turned into was stupid I mean these people are are. There there are some people in this group. Especially, this group was arrested on both sides and there were some people on the police side who arrested. They deserve him. Awards. You know what an M. F.. B.. Award is don't you? Manure for Breen's that's exactly what we're dealing with Erin MFG award for those people and I totally support the chief and what he said he's right. They don't need this kind of support folks. If you want to support the police, go of their wave, your flags wave your signs in just. Don't go across the street and assault to people who are on the other side of it this. This just kills me and this happens in my neighborhood and these people are saying get out of get out of this neighborhood. You're not wanted here. Well, I don't think that I believe in that even though I don't believe what they believe in I believe in their right to be there. And to say what they WANNA say well, anyway, it's a miracle, but we gotta get onto other stuff right here from the collision specialist studios on Northern Colorado's voice thirteen ten Kfi I'm John Clarkin for Gail. Patrick the whole show and Colin Coward or Northern Colorado's for. Thirteen ten KFI K. tune into the hall show at noon and no Co. now at four pack.

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Feds say Yale discriminates against Asian, white applicants

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Feds say Yale discriminates against Asian, white applicants

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the trump administration accuses Yale of discriminating against some applicants a two year justice department investigation has found Yale University illegally discriminates against Asian American and white applicants in violation of federal civil rights law the justice department detailed its findings in a letter to Yale attorneys Thursday in a statement Gail said it categorically denies the allegation the investigation was prompted by a twenty sixteen complaint against Yale brown and Dartmouth the justice department had previously filed court papers siding with Asian American groups who had raised similar allegations against Harvard University Mike Crossey up Washington

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Washington DC private school parents wonder if Montgomery's school battle will affect their reopening plans

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 4 months ago

Washington DC private school parents wonder if Montgomery's school battle will affect their reopening plans

"Question. Who's got the power to order blanket closures of schools? Maryland's health secretary is backing his boss on this one, saying local health officers can't make that decision. It is the latest saga stemming from Montgomery County, which tried to close all private schools before the governor said they can't the memo from Maryland Health Secretary Robert Neill states that quote it is the health policy of the state of Maryland that non public schools not be closed in a blanket manner. Instead, the memo says, local health officers Should consider closures on a case by case or school by school basis. The memo comes the morning after Montgomery County Health Officer Dr Travis Gail's reasserted his decision ordering the closure of private schools until October 1st. His initial decision kicked off a legal battle with private schools and parents suing gales and other county officials. A hearing in federal court is set

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Washington, DC - Parents of private school students sue Montgomery County health officer

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

00:52 sec | 4 months ago

Washington, DC - Parents of private school students sue Montgomery County health officer

"Parents in Montgomery County whose kids attend private schools are continuing with the federal lawsuit against the county, including health officer Dr Travis Gail's, after Gail's announced late last Friday that religious and private schools would have to go virtual only like GPS. Maryland Governor Hogan quickly stepped in this week to reverse Gail's order. But the parents of non public school Children are holding two rallies tonight while Montgomery County Councilmember Craig Rice bashing Governor Hogan very clear criticized for this, but it is the absolute governor has always been prolific in terms of his absolute support of private over That has been his fans from the very beginning, and I said it before, and I'll say it again. The Maryland private school parents say they are protesting what they call a power grab by Montgomery County executive's

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Washington DC -  Montgomery County health officials tell private schools to start school online

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

Washington DC - Montgomery County health officials tell private schools to start school online

"In Montgomery County will hold virtual classes for the fall semester. But some parents and hope private schools would offer an in person alternative. Now we're learning the county's private schools won't have in person classes until October, the earliest We have the latest on the situation as part of our continuing reports on parenting in a pandemic. The Montgomery County Health officer, Dr Travis Gail's has ordered that all private schools that includes religious and independent schools in the county. Cannot hold in person classes until at least October 1st, and that would be subject to further review. At that point. The order goes into effect on August 3rd. In making the decision. Gales and county officials cited the increase in Corona virus transmission rates in Maryland, D C and Virginia and said the move is needed to protect the health and safety. County residents. Kate

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"gail" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

01:53 min | 4 months ago

"gail" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Our Day, forty nine hundred great wins name morning John Clarkin for Gail right here, northern Colorado's voice thirteen. KF! We'll let you know that ton. Check was brought to you by carrying hearts home, healthcare, serving northern Colorado since two thousand one where a patient care always comes first nine, seven, zero, three, seven, eight, one, four, zero, nine, or carrying hearts, H, h dot com. Well folks I'm telling you this. This code thing just never ends. We've got a new story and if you live in Weld County, you're going to be fine. But if you live in Larimer or Jefferson County's, you may have a problem. Let me give you a little flavor of the story in the Post. Jessica. Seaman is the writer of the story. Datelined yesterday, public health officials in at least two Colorado counties warned they may have to roll back some aspects of their reopening as novell co Rona. Virus infections continue to rise in the state The the Colorado Department of Health had allowed certain local governments to loosen restrictions on certain events. But according to Mark Johnson Executive Director of Jeffco public health. He says we must take swift strategic action to help keep our cases below the permitted threshold, so we do not have to take giant steps backwards in our counties is recovering expert. Efforts recovering experts. Efforts. My brain. Okay Jefferson, county. Public Health on Monday. You should a new order requiring venues to receive approval from the agency before holding events..

"gail" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

06:43 min | 4 months ago

"gail" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Already I've got the business taken care of now I can rail on some other things that I'm concerned about. Let's see. The governor is once again. taking care of us now. This does not affect me because I. don't drink alcohol at all I I don't mind telling you that. I was addicted alcohol one time in my life. I haven't had a drink alcohol. Since nineteen, sixty nine and I'm still a recovering alcoholic, but Even after that amount of time you never let your guard down, but he's now but I don't have a problem if other people drink because not everybody who's a social drinker has a problem with it. It's just certain Weirdos like me. And that didn't even reflect on the other drunks. It's just me, but nonetheless here's the point. He has changed the cutoff last. Call last call is that's when you can't buy anymore alcohol in a bar. It's normally to am. And he's now changed it for the next thirty days to be ten PM. His rationale is that there's too much social drinking going on out there while people are getting drunk there being less careful about how they're reacting with other people. Can, so they've seen the age group twenty, two, twenty nine spread the virus Just go right on up. It's doubled in the past two weeks and he thinks this might be. An impact of late night inhibitions. Resulting from. Over indulging in alcohol, so that does make sense to me. Colorado has. Not Seen. Exponential recent virus spread like Arizona or Texas House, and and this is according to a Denver Post story about Alec Bernas. Need to give credit. It's a good one Okay, but but. Police last week ordered everybody in Colorado Unmask. Until August, we know that and that's kind of we talked about. Some of the bumps were experiencing that, but then also eased discouraging socializing among inebriated people in larger groups. And that might be a key step to avoid. The tipping point now the tipping point is when we've got so much sickness. That are hospitals. Fill up! There's no place for those folks to be taken care of who contract the virus need hospitalization, and that has been the reason all. Since this thing hit. Ever since this thing hit that, we have been doing what we're doing. The idea is somehow we're going to keep it from spreading by wearing masks, staying six feet apart, and these kinds of things and I. Don't I. Don't quibble with those. I do take a little. Exception to. People's I'm not wearing a mask. Right not to and these are Nazis I I don't see it I i. do not agree with everything. The governor does by by a long shot. Don't get me wrong. But I do see value and wearing a mask, and I don't see it as being a terrible imposition on my freedom to wear a mask when I go out public out of respect and out of concern for other people, but also understand I am a senior citizen. Therefore I am more susceptible to getting it from somebody else. Than someone of a younger age. So I am concerned. but I make an idiot. Atta myself and go up in household. People who don't wear a mask I just wear my mask and I'm make abroad A. Track around him. But the governor has now decided to. Many young people are partying. Right What else do young people do, but but yeah too much of this. We're going to close the bars at ten. Well okay now. One of the one of the people who was talking about what you do about this had actually suggested that instead they wanted to see the bars. Stay Open till four. Now that in my mind could become a problem. Why well I think it's because. We're in a situation where. If you stay, open a four. All of a sudden. If you've ever driven like I do once in a while WANNA come over here to do the show for Gail I'm out on the roads at about three thirty in the roads are completely bare. If I don't come over until a little later like at four, four, fifteen, four thirty. Commuting is starting that for the traffic picks up considerably. People are heading into Denver to to work. People who just go to work early. Whatever the reason I find an awful lot more traffic at four in the morning in here. You'RE GONNA dump. Drunks and people do leave bars drunk. I'm sorry to tell you it's against. The law shouldn't happen, but Dang it. It does in better to have out there to than it is at four because they're going to be colliding literally. With people commuting during that time. But the governor has decided that it's ten well ten. Okay I I hope it. It really does what he wants like. I say it doesn't bother me because I don't drink, but if you do like to go out and hang out with friends and stay out 'til all hours and drink until to. This is definitely. GonNa. Change your mode of operation. Just, got to be that way well. We there is so much stuff to talk about I do WANNA get back to this issue? I talked about earlier about what's happened in our beautiful capital in Denver and how the places been trashed. I think the interview. If you didn't hear it, you might want to check. Our PODCASTS with Steve Reams. Well County sheriff. He was there. He was in the middle of it and even. He even suggested you go take a look. In the daylight of what's happened to the capital, I mean the whole area of Denver down there has been absolutely trashed. We're GONNA. Come back and talk about that just a little bit more. Gosh. As I've told you I was raised in Denver and I spent an awful lot of time is I'm an East Denver Kid. My Dad's business was at sixteenth and Broadway and when I left. College and went to work for him and photography That's where I worked right downtown very familiar with that part of Denver. and. It's sad here. What's happened to what I thought was a very beautiful area in a very beautiful city. If, you've ever stood on the Capitol Rotunda and looked off with the mountains. It takes your breath away. It is so gorgeous well anyway..

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"gail" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"gail" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"This call everybody out. and also tells me that a young every song of the week your front that's coming up right after this. just changing my. Gail this is. we don't have to. it's. his. twenty. hello.

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