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"kirtland" Discussed on Environment: NPR
"Any day now a songbird called the kirtland warbler is slated to come off the endangered species list. This success story comes as the trump administration has proposed stripping protections built into that law those behind the curtains renaissance. The endangered species act not only works but they think they're pr- they're public. Private model can be a template to help other fragile species susan bins of member station w. Wm in milwaukee reports. The the morning sun is just peeking over the horizon in northern wisconsin as candice glenville begins her daily routine. The recent college grad have spent the summer tracking kirtland warblers blurs that nest on a few parcels here glenn the listens and watches for males the wants that things are looking to see if he's tearing food or if he meets up with a female and she's got food. Do you follow the male sometimes to the yellow breasted songbird meshes no more than six six inches from beeped detail it forages on insects larvae and the occasional blueberry the warblers winter in the bahamas and travel to the mid west to nest mostly in michigan and wisconsin by the time the endangered species act came on the scene a nineteen seventy-three the war was on the brink of extinction numbering fewer four hundred landfills says one of the reasons for this is they nest on the ground tucked beneath young pine trees like these little depressions around jack pines the.
"kirtland" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"What always discussed about the future of the city? So how she started out with the first thing she did was she did what is called the mind mapping this give where all of the participants went down to went up to a white paper and wrote down their idea ideal kirtland in ten years from now. Care and wearing ideas were developed. There are five common theme for a perfect kirtland. These are partnership with with school, libraries businesses infrastructure, such as they were Crosswalks in Rhode effective governor. Public relations the city's website council regulation Sony services, park, pool environment and safety the safety services and then development such as the downtown area, stronger tax base diversity, affordable housing, condos and senior living. Okay. And then also from the information gathered is noted that there is a kirtland feel. Recruitment. What again feel so all okay. Yeah. So it it was interesting. The later on in the in the meeting she had people write down a one one word that would describe the kirtland feel. Another. So and she gathered that so she'll be providing the P back from all of those cards as well. Okay. Now before we go much further. I think we should tell our listeners. Why? I have a. Important interest in kirtland or the radio station. We should say, right, right. Yeah. The house than and kirtland at the very exciting. Because kirtland. Because kirtland when they hired me in what I was getting offense is that there's different view, and I see things, but I often thought that for kirtland to grow it had to come from the community at needed to come from those who work in or reside. Or both within the city, I might see something. But just because I fit doesn't necessarily mean that what the community would like to see. So because there there is a lot of divert fought. And I felt that this would be a better way, Paul the community in the planning process. So that as the city developed how they grow they do it with with with the input of acuity and being mindful of what's important to the city and the community. Now, we're the other meetings. He's like this. So this was the largest meeting it won't won't be another meeting on this scale. There will be additional meeting after they completed the needed off into the swat analysis, which is identifying.
"kirtland" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Madame staff. Do a great job at our friends in Findlay. It's Mary local. It's kirtland for the division. Six state championship game. Mister file just take a look at the fourteen in kirtland Hornets of a ball team that averages almost four. Hundred yards per game, total offense three hundred plus that comes around you being a quarterback to lead doesn't exactly thrill you. But that will what works for a very strong rod attack that gets the job done. Well, I was a quarterback. But also an offense coordinator. Understood. Of a strong running game coach Lombardi visit great job with. They always have a great running game. It's just wet. That's what they do. They do it. Well, and I'll tell you. They throw it enough that keep you off balance. But when you watch the team year for your year, very solid up front. It's not flashy. But boy, they they attack you at the point of attack there while the ball well behind that dole go down a first contact. So you know, that's just what they do. And it's it's not surprising here. We are get fifteen. They're here. Bardy rate running back in Joe Torre who on the season ran from one thousand seven hundred twenty eight yards. Jake ni- Becker out the fullback ran for eleven hundred sixteen yards. The other running back. We'll see a lot of time carrying the football. Luke gardiner. Total two hundred sixty four yards this year. But it all starts with Tommy powers. The quarterback didn't play last year back this season. That's made a big difference has he throat for thirteen touchdowns only two hundred substances Rover thousand yards again offense like this. That's pretty impressive. But he's also run for seven touchdowns at every six yards a carry when you look at that combination. That's quarter of people football. I go back to Joe Torre twenty eight touchdowns on the season. He's five nine one seventy. He's averaging thirteen and a half yards per carry it next week fifteen doing that. Garters every twelve yards a carry. Eight point three yards per carry the quarterback Bobby Bauer at a lowly six yards per carry. So that just tells you about the dominance of Ryan the football and that they get up. They move the line of.
"kirtland" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Willoughby Eastlake kirtland willa wick wishlist Mayfield Clinton. Cleveland heights, beechwood Garfield heights maple heights, Ohio city stream, country independence, seven hills valley heights. Breath. Sure. Price down him to home. John coupon show eight oh, one Thomas pope. John coupon show WFAN teed new integrity radio. I just wonder running Cathy if you could stop and get Thomas, some salted peanuts. That would be wonderful. Getting rambunctious in here in wild down. Notes. Anything I'm acting with the spot of class because we'll be having a special guest in his was not English. I can tell you that. Just wanted it. Bring this out. Okay. Gotta be different people at the same time. You know? Are you roster or you British which one are we doing here? I'm rush, right. No. But I'm telling you there. There are cats are in this area. And you know, how I feel when I use the word cats nomad Jake's happy happy. Hindu. The new half. So always too high Thomas, you know, to that's my Saint Bernard dog. He's big he ran all around the house, and then goes outside embarks it the dear friends too. Yeah. You hate me barking at midnight, and added hair. I do know that the person coming in also has two large dogs. So that's good. But there are people in this area that. Are respected by name. Are respected by what they do respected by what they run. And I know joke Thomas will say that this guy in Cleveland, but not only Cleveland the state of Ohio top five top five. And.
"kirtland" Discussed on Cults
"God, he had to become endowed with the power in order to obtain said power, he had to kill the wicked and offer them to God as a blood sacrifice. The scripture also told Jeffrey that the wicked people had to come from his own flock and it was cleared Jeffrey who the wicked ones in his flock were the Avery's. The Avery's hadn't been coming to class at the far much because Geoffrey didn't want them there. Nevertheless, the Avery's remain loyal to Geoffrey Geoffrey said that it was because he gave them a chance to feel special saying, quote, they believe that Jesus Christ wanted them to be his disciples. Can you imagine them as his disciples? But they believed it was true because they wanted to believe it was true. And as long as they believed I could take them to meet God, then they were going to follow me and quote, Jeffrey didn't hate only Dennis and Cheryl. Avery let their daughters Trina Becky and Karen, too. He thought they were badly behaved, though his followers later remembered them as sweet girls still Jeffrey was the leader and if he treated the Avery badly, so did the rest of the group outside the group. Dale luff men was still trying to take Jeffrey down. Jeffrey at already been asked to leave as a tour guide at the temple, but left manage to get Jeffrey officially excommunicated from the church on October tenth nineteen eighty eight. Chief Yarbrough was also gathering information on Jeffrey but wasn't working with up to date intelligence. He interviewed Charlson and Kevin curry, but they had both left the group before Jeffrey developed the plan to kill the Avery's Yarbrough thaw Jeffrey still plan to attack the temple the next year nineteen eighty nine and had no idea about his other plan. On the same day that Geoffrey was excommunicated from the church, October tenth, a double rainbow appeared over kirtland, Jeffrey interpreted the rainbow to be one of the seven seals in the Bible's book of revelation. The opening of the seven seals triggers the apocalypse. Jeffrey thought this rainbow was the opening of the first seal as a prophet. It was Jeffries Jhom to open the rest of the seals and according to Jeffrey's interpretation of the scriptures, God had put a time limit on it. Geoffrey now had six months to commit his blood sacrifice and endow himself with the power to take. His followers before God and only a year to open the other six seals somewhere in there and the plan to massacre the kirtland temple fell to the wayside. The six month time limit for the blood sacrifice would be up in April of nineteen eighty nine. Jeffrey now nearly thirty nine spent the next several months getting the rest of his followers used to the idea of murder by the end of March nineteen Eighty-nine. Everyone was on board no one who is sinful could meet God. So Jeffrey told his followers that after the murder of the Avery's, they would need to head out into the wilderness. They're free from society's evils. They would all become pure. So Jefferies followers prepared both for the murder of the every's and their subsequent track out into the wilderness. It was a busy spring like many narcissists. Jeffrey Lundgren had found a scapegoat according to author and psychotherapist Andrea Matthews narcissist believe themselves to be spell. Sial and never at fault for any problems around them. They will frequently assign blame for their problems to escape goat so that they never have to take responsibility. Jeffrey had chosen the Avery family to be his scapegoat. They were wicked and they were the reason he and his followers had yet to meet God. It seems like Jeffrey chose the breeze has scapegoats merely because he didn't like them. That's part of it, but there could be a deeper reason according to forensic psychologist, Dr, Nancy, Schmidt guessing it's possible that Dennis Avery in particular reminded Jeffrey of himself not the grandiose personality that Jeffrey took on, but the sad pathetic person. He felt like he was inside Dennis, possess Jeffrey's own secret weaknesses by getting rid of Dennis. Jeffrey might have felt like he was getting rid of those parts of himself amidst all the preparations, Jeffrey managed to recruit to more people into his cult in March nineteen Eighty-nine, Jeff. Result, friend, Keith Johnson who had been the only witness at his wedding to Alice arrived in kirtland with his wife. Kathy to follow Geoffrey Geoffrey had been sending Keith letters for awhile and Keith had become convinced that Geoffrey was a profit at the end of March. Jeffrey told his group of a frightening new revelation. He had to sacrifice more people than just the Avery's God now told him that he had to kill ten of his followers for his blood sacrifice. But there were only five Avery's this tactic of Jeffries was designed to sow fear among his followers and it worked, his followers were terrified. They started to do everything they could to please Jeffrey and escape the same fate as the eighties on April fourth of nineteen Eighty-nine Jeffrey married, Greg, and Debbie, and then Richard and Sharon, the next day they knew the marriages would make Jeffrey happy because he had told them they were true companions for each other. On April tenth, Jeffrey Ron luff, and Keith Johnson dug a hole in the barn where the ten people would be buried. Jeffrey thought of Ron is strong and disciplined and had made him his right hand. Man, everyone in the group, put their notices in at work, including the Avery's Jeffrey had told them about heading out into the wilderness. So there was no need to keep their jobs and if no one was expecting the reset work, no one would report the missing on Sunday, April sixteenth, Jeffrey got nervous about killing ten people. Everyone disliked the every's, but he might create discord by murdering well, liked followers as usual. He consulted the scripture and lo and behold, God told him that he now only had to sacrifice five people. God also told him that the next day April seventeenth nineteen Eighty-nine was the day that he should kill the agency's Jeffrey was under pressure to act by. At this point, he seemed to believe his own lies. He really wasn't immortal profit. He later recollected quote, I was going to set into action events that would make the world as we know it come to an end events that would bring about the return of Jesus Christ and quote. On the morning of April seventeenth. Greg wind ship called the red roof in and kirtland to make a reservation under- Denisovans name if the police ever searched for the Avery, the records show the in as their last address, throwing them off the scent at six PM that night the every family arrived at the farmhouse for dinner, Jeffrey and his followers eight roast beef and mashed potatoes with the family they were about to kill after they finished Jeffrey had Cher Lavery write a letter to her mother, explaining that they were headed out of town for a while and not to worry. Alice left the farmhouse with the three younger Lundgren children, Jason Kristen, and Caleb. So they wouldn't be around for the murders. Jeffrey warned her to call before returning Jeffrey gathered, rob bluff, Greg wind ship, Richard brand, Danny craft, and his eighteen year old son, Damon into his bedroom. They were as favorites. The ones he trusted to assist in the murders. He can. Firmed that they were ready and then they all headed out to the barn. Dennis, Cheryl Trina, Becky and Karen, Avery remained in the dining room wondering where everyone had gone. Ron came back and told Dennis to follow him to the barn. Jeffrey wanted to discuss the wilderness preparations with him. Denison Ron, walked to the bar and when Dennis stepped inside Ron prodded him with a stun gun. But it did not come out in pain and confusion, Dennis screamed out quote, what are you doing? God damn it. This isn't necessary and quote, the rest of the men easily overpowered Dennis, and found him with duct tape. They threw his body into the whole the head, Doug and Jeffrey took out his gun a forty five, Jeffrey fired twice into Denis's chest then told the other men to gather around saying, all right, everybody come look at this come, see what death is Damon, who was still in highschool, started crying at the sight of Dennis Avery, lying. At the bottom of the pit covered in blood, Jeffrey sent him to act as the lookout during the rest of the murders. Next Ron brought Cheryl telling her that Jeffrey needed to talk to her when she entered the barn. The pit wasn't visible to her. So she didn't realize what had just happened to her husband. Ron explained that they needed to put duct tape around her hands feet and over her is Cheryl had become habituated to following orders without questioning. She led herself be wrapped in tape and then placed in the pit. She had no idea that she was lying next to her dead husband, then Jeffrey shot her. He used a different gun than he had used on Dennis. He thought he was going to kill a lot more people in the apocalypse. So we wanted to experiment with different firearms in order to prepare one by one Ron brought out the Avery children from the living room of the house, telling them that their parents needed them when each entered the barn they were wrapped in. Duct tape like Cheryl placed in the pit and shot. Jeffrey showed no emotion when he pulled the trigger besides mild enthusiasm for testing, different types of guns, Karen Avery, the youngest was only six years old, Ron LA fetched her last, giving her a piggyback ride to the barn by eleven pm. All the agencies were lying dead. At the bottom of the pit. Jeffrey told the other men to cover their bodies with lime to help them decompose faster. They covered the line with a layer of rocks, Ben dirt, and covered the area with trash to hide the signs of digging afterward. Jeffrey Allison, Damon went to the red roof in and cleared the room all the belongings when they were done Jeffrey called everyone back to the farmhouse for class there. Jeffrey opened the book of Mormon and read out loud quote, behold the Lord slayeth the wicked to bring forth righteous purposes and quote. Many members of the group cried. Jeffrey took the opportunity to remind them that he could have killed ten of them that night, but instead had only killed five. Alice took on her normal supportive role telling everyone quote, you need to be thankful for this man. He's going to take you to see God. He did this for you and quote class was dismissed. The members who lived at the house went to bed. The others went home, Jeffrey sorted through all of the belongings picking out things that he liked in wanted to keep he burned the rest in the fireplace.
"kirtland" Discussed on Cults
"See we both have the same idea again, cafe monster. Before we start recording the show I'm seriously hooked on cafe monster. I get one hundred and fifty milligrams of caffeine with a third less sugar than the leading national brand. I don't know why ever stood in line at the coffee shop. What flavor you drinking mocha or vanilla. It's all about salted caramel today. Greg, you're always Pulitzer prizes, cafe monster, Chila down, shake it up. Enjoy. Have you ever been in a life or death situation? What's it like to be in a position where your life hangs in the balance or to be the person responsible for freeing the innocent held captive? I'm park cast new show. Hostage will explore these complex heart pounding situations, some with endings that went tragically wrong and others with miraculous reunifications subscribe now to hostage as our hosts go behind the scenes inside the world's most intense hostage negotiations and be sure to stay tuned at the end of the show for a sneak peek of the first episode hostage premiers Thursday, October eighteenth with new episodes, every Thursday search hostage, wherever you listen to podcasts and subscribe. Now due to the graphic nature of this cult's crimes, listener discretion is advised. This episode includes dramatization Zain discussions of murder and assault that some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children. Under thirteen. On the night of April seventeenth nineteen Eighty-nine cult leader. Jeffrey Lundgren ate dinner with his followers in the dining room of their communal farmhouse in kirtland, Ohio among them were Dennis and Cheryl. Avery and their three children. Trina Becky and Karen Trina was fourteen. She got good grades in school though. She still slept with stuffed animals. Becky was twelve, had an outspoken personality and made friends easily. Karen was six always giggling and had a slight lisp. She was picky about her food that night refusing to try the corn on her plate. The group started eating dinner little after six PM Dennis was the slow eater, but by seven thirty, everyone was full. However, by eleven PM, the entire Avery family would be dead. Their murderer was sitting across the table. Hi, I'm Greg Poulsen and I'm Vanessa Richardson, and this is colts. This is our second and final episode on the kirtland cult started by Jeffrey Lundgren has an offshoot of the LDS Mormon church Lundgren eventually convinced his followers to kill an entire family for him, including three children. You can listen to previous episodes of cults as well as all of our casts other shows wherever you listen to podcasts, a new episode comes out every Tuesday. A lot of you have asked how you can help support the show and if you joy the podcast, the best way to do that is to leave a five star review. You can also find us on Facebook and Instagram as at par cast and on Twitter at par, cast network. The kirtland called was started in kirtland, Ohio in nineteen eighty seven by Jeffrey Lundgren. He was a member of the reorganized church of Jesus Christ of latter-day saints or are LDS Lundgren thirty seven formed the cult around his assertion that he had come up with a new and correct way of interpreting scripture eventually convincing his followers that he was God's last prophet. He died in two thousand six and the cult no longer exists. In the first part of our two part episode. We heard about Jeffrey Lundgren himself how he grew up with demanding parents and met his wife. Alice while failing out of college, how he was fired from a series of jobs for stealing and how his religious views began to differ wildly from those of the RL d. s. today will broaden our focus from London to the cult. He founded the kirtland Colt will learn how Jeffrey convinced as. Followers to help him commit murder, then leave civilization to clean themselves. Sin. In nineteen eighty six thirty six year old. Jeffrey Lundgren was living in kirtland Ohio with his wife, Alice and therefore children, Damon, Jason, Kristen, and Caleb. He was volunteering a tour guide at the kirtland temple while he and his family were financially supported by his first followers, Kevin curry, Sharon bluntly, Danny craft, Richard brand and Charlson. By this time, Geoffrey believed that he was an immortal profit. He attempted to prove this assertion by using technique called chaos Mus. He had invented the technique and used it to cherry pick sections of the bible and book of Mormon that supported his radical ideas. Kayastha Mus is a process of interpreting text by finding phrases that are similar to each other or mirror phrases than looking at what's in between those two phrases because God created man in his mirror image. The theory is that whatever's between the. To Mira phrases are God's own words, Jeffrey gained popularity by capitalizing on a schism within the RL DS church more liberal members were at odds with fundamentalist members who found a leader in Jeffrey while not all of the fundamentalist members
Burg, FBI and Kirtland Air Force discussed on Fresh Air
"Prosecutors are seeking to send a message to clergy, namely, they can't escape allegations of sexual abuse. Even if they flee the country in New Mexico fugitive priests accused of. Child abuse decades ago has been extradited from Morocco eight year old author Pero vanished in one thousand nine hundred two FBI, special agent, jams Burg has more FBI and our partners. We're determined to make sure he face Justice. No matter how long it took. Or how far we had to go to get him. Perot had been chaplain at kirtland air force base, and Santa Fe national cemetery
"kirtland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The real numbers actually closer to sixty. That's kind of ridiculous. And that's not all they ask you when are you done? And we really say never Chris explained to me that they have to keep killing the cow birds, and they have to keep doing burns smaller burns, but every single year if we let things be bird would be extinct. That's the hard thing about this job is knowing that we're never done. How many people are working how much you're piloting at hundreds of people? Well, over a million dollars spent all of this began to really think in on what am I last mornings out there? All right is five in the morning. It was the annual kirtland warbler census. We're verdicts from all over the world show up to help count. How many warblers there are out? There is it like there is a warbler steps up. There's a warbler. Yeah. That's actually exactly how it works. I was paired up with this guy. Dave Mendez going to kind of walk through the middle of these transacts. We're gonna come up. He's a he's kind of a dude, dude. He's an older guy. Got a beard worked for an electrical contractor told me, he's got a man room and man room. You know, most guys got sports, but I've got kirtland warbler pictures up on the wall. So I went into it thinking like this'll be really cool. We'll March along accountable. I looked at the map it was a mile. Maybe we'll be done in twenty minutes. Well, okay. Maybe not on our top. And we set off dense Bramley forest still dark..
"kirtland" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"High school football radio w is. Welcome back to the integrity radio. High school football game of the week post game show is Jerry Myers. And Ryan wreck rejoin you from kirtland where the ornate blow out the cardinal, husky fifty eight six to kick off conference light. And the game was really over in the first quarter. And it was pretty much often running for mayor fifty point first half forty nine point back for the kirtland Hornets a running clock in the second half lead us to where we are. But just a fantastic display that kirtland defense is very fast, very skilled all over the place. They just mother anything that the cardinal has tried to do tonight. Ryan. Yeah. You know, you look at the second half for kirtland. You get the forty yard field goal from Rhode Island. Add onto their lead than Liam powers at eleven yard touchdown run. From the quarterback position to wrap up the scoring after the seven touchdown that the Hornets of after the first half of the game. Give them a fifty eight to fix win. It's pretty much normal kirtland dominant. Again this year dominant on defense really fast that often certainly in the regular season. They're going to have a large advantage when it comes to the depth of their roster over the team that they are playing and then you mix in all the skill and athleticism that they have it. It's gonna be a tough year for kirtland opponents this year at it'll just be interesting to see, you know, later in the year who is gonna be a couple of teams that really challenge hurtling to give them a rod. Interesting to see who it is this year who give kirtland run before we get to the playoff. It'll be a lot of fun looking forward to that point of the season for now, we talked about earlier, you gotta play the teams that are in front of you. So far kirtland has done that groove to four no on the and the Kara husky fall to one and three if you want go through the scoring here, and this one it was all Curtly throughout this one. Ryan here, you know, it really was first quarter at sixty eight yard touchdown run by Toronto powers on a fifty seven yard touchdown path need Becker a ten yard touchdown run. That's just the first quarter and kirtland was up twenty one to nothing lead in the second. Quarter powers had a QB keeper for a twenty nine yard touchdown run. The lone score the game after that. It was twenty eight to nothing that car then cardinal. The huskies had their lone score of the game on a sixty eight yard touchdown pass. From Kearney thin flared. Couldn't have been more perfect. That was a great play those two hooking up on the sixty eight yard touchdown pass. Made the score twenty eight then kirtland took back over power spout. Joey torek. It was powered third. Touchdown overall. Second fifty seven yard path. The LeVine had his second touchdown of the game on a sixty yard. Punt return, Ben Gardner. Forgot about Gardner's touchdown run until right now. Jerry seventy yard touchdown run. On the first play from scrimmage. Outer drive now. It's forty nine to six at halftime kirtland score. Two more time both times in the fourth quarter road in forty yard field goal. Liam power eleven yard touchdown run. Making the final four fifty eight. Hurtling over cardinal were wrapped up, and we're going to be ready to wrap it up here. But we do have one more order of business Ryan. And that it has always Pat O'Brien Chevrolet player of the game. We talked about it really the competition for this one over by the second quarter. The starters hit the bench. But there were plenty of competition at indeed, you can go ahead and throw it out there. I mean, I made my congestion you made your there were a lot of candidate for kirtland. I was gonna say we both made suggestions either one of us happened to mention Joey Torre who had two touchdowns of the day today and some great defensive plays as well as he played on both sides of the ball yet. I liked the Torah obviously powers with three touchdowns. But you really politics for him in the first half today's game, Jerry though with your politicking. The Pat O'Brien Chevrolet player. The game is going to be Maytham Sullivan. He had a fifty seven yard touchdown reception. Also fifty yard punt return for a touchdown. So may ullivan is your Pat O'Brien Chevrolet player of the game. What a great game for and a great game for all of these kids, but recurrent Hornets come out on top one again as we wrap things up here. Thanks to Ryan. Thanks to everybody back at the station. W I N T. And thank you guys for being with us at all wait until we join you again next Friday kirtland fifty eight cardinal, husky. Dick here on the beggary radio high school football game of the week. High school football on WFAN by pedal. Ryan chevrolet. Look at your car's odometer.
"kirtland" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Not not much to go on and not much. You can do been the story when defense all week long. There's just nothing there. Big enough story. Get the story of this game. How did we get the fifty two victims started zero zero? We'll talk about that. But force from all around the area. And you're Pat O'Brien Chevrolet player of the game. Coming up just a few moments from now in the post game show here. So don't go anywhere on W. I N T integrity radio high school football game of the week handed out of the backfield arg Elles shepherd shepherd drive past the line. But again, really not watch happening is just get to the line and get tackled. Beer for cardinal down to. It'll set up a fourth and three from their own thirty five cardinal or the metal cardinals could start the season continues up thirty eight to seven at the end of the third quarter in strong Bill. The Mayfield Wildcats just went on ahead. And they got another touchdown for that game was tied at thirteen early. In the second half in the third quarter, late Catholic is trailing Cleveland height. Twenty to ten. Carney just map as cardinal goes for it on fourth and three and they are not going to get it as a hand off and nothing happening on the play. Yeah. There wasn't wasn't much to be had down there. It's just another short gain. The cardinal wanna get something going here before they head out of here. And just been unable to go ahead and do it. Just nothing opening up for them. Chardon has a twenty seven to fourteen lead at the end of the third quarter over riverside. So that what's going on out? I believe that game is being played at riverside high school. We'll be here. We've got kirtland taken over with the football. I in ten. Down the five minutes left in the game already very quickly in five minutes exactly here in the fourth quarter. I in federal for the Hornets. Powered fake you're going to keep it in felt called goal number. And he's gonna get nine yards on first down across the thirty down to the twenty eight yard line. Both house. We've seen the QB keeper tonight vote on powers did it in both times. Those were a big game. It really looked like the huskies weren't even considering the QB keeper either time kirtland ran it and kirtland able to have a nice pickup on that play. And bring up seconds short. We continue suitable deputy radio w y. This broadcast is brought to you.
"kirtland" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Let's kind of dive in here and take a look at the scoring summary between these two teams today's game. And I mean, the score tells you all Kurt Linden. The game started that way really cardinal on their first play ran a trick play. They picked up forty five yards. I think when they drew it up when they kinda scripted the game before they came out. I think the goal was for that to be a touchdown. It was their quarterback Carney catching a path on a reverse on the trick play at Kearney wound up tackled at the twenty yard line. And then. The huskies couldn't get anything going. They want borne out gave the ball over on downs to kirtland and on the first play from remedy. It was Joey Torok on a sixty eight yard touchdown run. In kirtland was up seven nothing less than a minute a half later after a quick three and out kirtland getting the ball back and this time power spine Delvin on a fifty seven yard touchdown path scored fourteen had nothing in favor of the curtain hornet then with four twenty eight left to go in the first quarter lead Becker came up with a ten yard touchdown run. And at the end of one quarter kirtland would believe twenty one to nothing over cardinal in the second quarter of this game. Power had a second touchdown on the ground twenty nine yard touchdown run. To increase the lead to twenty eight to nothing. Hurtling added looked like kirtland was firing on all cylinders Kerman ready to run away with the game early. The huskies came up with an answer nine forty three left in the game being Carney hit as he threw threw a perfect bead about thirty five yards down the field into the hands of the waiting in. Claire Sinclair took it the rest of the way on the ground into the end zone. For a touchdown. Amiss? Two point conversion attempt by cardinal made the score twenty eight thick the cardinal was on the board. They had responded by kirtland responded right away again. After after the first play from scrimmage. Nine twenty four in the half. Power on a second. Touchdown pass. Third punch down overall bound Torah fifty seven yards of Torah as that. Put that one on the ground and put one in the air with four second touchdown power. And that went up there and made the score thirty five six kirtland two minutes later with seven thirty two love to go on the half. Donovan returned a punt sixty yards for a touchdown. Forty two to kirtland had lead with Bullivan second. Cut down. Also have the touchdown reception. In the first quarter and then with five forty left to go in the half Gardner. A seventy yard touchdown run. Again on the first play from scrimmage in a drive. Made the score forty nine thinks kirtland kirtland brought the second unit in in the first half of this game to finish off in the first half of play and the scores the kirtland Hornets forty nine cardinal humvee thick so. Not exactly the way, you would have drawn it up. If you're a fan of the cardinal huskies your fan of the kirtland ordinances. It's great to be. This is more power from. The course kirtland hasn't played a close game yet this year in that first or the second quarter. Touchdown for cardinal is just the second. Touchdown that kirtland has given up all year long tonight broadcast with rocky by Pat O'Brien Chevrolet, hope of the upfront price guarantee. Also by dominion energy. Visit dominion energy dot com fell. We going to step aside for two minute fear. We come back. The halftime show will continue as we'll take a look at the scores from around the area. Again, the score at halftime is the kirtland Hornets forty nine the cardinal husky. Back in two minutes. Played high school football action..
"kirtland" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Cowboys citing high school football on integrity radio W. I N. Kirtland on the integrity radio high school football game of the week. Thank you for joining us from a new one five FM thirteen thirty AM. And of course, worldwide W, I N t radio dot com. Jerry Myers and Ryan Radke here in kirtland with a warning this one forty nine six over the cardinal huskies. And their the problem on the return as the return man web. Any you're gonna be touched down at the eighteen yard line. And it just goes from bad to worse for the husky feeling hasn't rained in the past couple of days, Jerry, but we saw fumble earlier. This is a natural surface field and it been so what the past couple of weeks fear. I'd imagine it's still flicked down there to bite the back. We haven't seen any rain the past couple of days, and there's a flip down there. You can feel the humidity in the air as hold our roster sheets there, they feel wet even though there's been no rain in the area here today. It's just coming up from the ground. So indeed some problems getting the footwork is caused cardinal. The now be. Backed up. I n n on their own eighteen yard line trailing forty nine. Fix. Here we go as the huskies look to get set. Carney gonna bring a man in motion tour awkward instead Carney roles. Right. And before he can even look down the field. He swallowed up. Does a good job though of getting the ball down the field. In the direction of a receiver. So it wasn't intentional brownies. He got out of there and got that ball out. How about that before Cardi could even look down the field. He's got a man on it. You know? Bottom line is cardinal probably facing the best defense. They see all year tonight. So it's really tough to kind of Carney and the huskies. I'll tell you. What it what he's not playing the best defensive play all year. I would love to see Carney play because with the effort in alkaline imagine that he's going to have a lot of really great games this year for the huskies. But against the kirtland defense is just going to be a tough one tonight. Beckoned the eighteen yard line Carney. He's going to bring a man emotion steady faked the handoff now he goes down the field. That was nice to be brought been clear emotion faked. The hand off he brought him right to left and then hit Bank Claire with a quick path on the left side for a good game. Good play action to because kirtland definitely bid on it Sinclair was opened up briefly enough to get a couple of yards but outside of the one big passing touchdown. Not a whole lot has been opened the night for cardinal, but still they run the play. Well, good play action. And you're able to get a few yards on have to set up a third in manageable. At least about thirty six not as much as I thought they got on that one won't be official market. It was only a four yard gain. And that just gives you an idea of how hard and how pressured every yard is against the kirtland defense. They make it so hard to do whatever you wanna do offense away. They're so disruptive. So here's Carney now in the shotgun as an extra blocker the passes comment or the Russia's command in the past is down the field. We've got a late lagging Mike Rogers unable to bull in the path. Let's see what the flag it might be going against kirtland or. I think it's a hold. I thought I saw plenty occurred window, but I don't know if it would be defensive holding welcome wait and see what the referee yet is defensible. Not feed. They're called in high school very often at all knowing there's a great for the cardinal move down the field. Now, thanks to the penalty. It will move the ball all the way up to the thirty eight yard line. So that's a nice little break for cardinal that ball came out a little quick it was a bit overthrown, but definitely leery of a receiver in the penalty to boot. So you get a nice first down. You get yourself up to the market at the I thought I thought it was just ten yards regardless. I did not think it would be a spot bowel may stop. They originally wanted. Yeah. Yeah. Back to the thirty three yard line. I didn't time here. Four forty seven to play. In. The first half cardinal has the ball snapped back to Carney. You've got some time. You gotta down the Bill Carney throws. A jump ball. Intercepted may consolidate. He's been all over the place. Offense defense and special teams. Tackle the flag come in late. But it's not gonna change the interception and kirtland has the ball with four and a half to play. Now. This is kind of we got a flag come in blind in late year will lead and see what it is. But this is the this is a word that's the third turnover. Kirtland defense has forced here in the first half the second interception. And that was just throw into double coverage area was a jump ball into double coverage. They were to Hornets their kirtland able to come down with the interception. And again the defense picked up their third turnover versus zero take away so far for the cardinal. You have to play a game just to be in the ball game with the kirtland. Let alone to be down three in the turnover. Whole come the horn. Now back out onto the field offensively from their own thirty yard line. They already lead forty nine to fix with four and a half minutes to play clearly barring a miracle will be looking at a running clock feed. The entire second half in this one kirtland setting up power hand off right by backs gonna get over thirty five down to the thirty six yard line. Looks like there's a new back in the game. Mike rogers. Five nine junior to go out there and get the carry. We'll see not only the first half of kirtland up forty nine to six. We'll see if they start. I see that powers has a knee on the sideline right now, Jerry. So they've got it looks like they might have checked the second unit here up forty nine six even though it is still the first half and now Liam power over at quarterback. You're going to hand the ball off Louis long car. Indeed looks like we've got the majority of the second unit Joe players in here. For kirtland at this point in the first half were under four minutes to play. They come up a couple of runs a pick up. The first down the situation that they they've got set up here in kirtland Jerry ferry Stiller. The situation has been set up over the past decade at Menor. It just it doesn't matter that next group of kids as talented as the group that was before them in every single year during the conversation is one of the best teams in the area. And in the conversation for deeply off run we empower that. Pictures of all in the back. We've got a flag Khanna drawn get vow passing forty five yard line before he's knocked out of bounds. But again lagged it's gonna take it all the way we're going to see some flags out here. So the second unit is in for kirtland. Bottom line is though, you know, the the the offensive line is under size fix stream. Are they got a couple of big guys over there looks like on the offensive line? But three of the guys had offensive line. Look still look really young as you would expect in the second unit. So a little bit a some size advantage on the defensive line for cardinal now. I think you're gonna see some some chief some hold down there from these young kirtland players are already in the game with three and a half minutes left in the first half way empowers running back and forth through the sideline gets the play. Call is going to bring it back in three thirty to play now in the first half of the official start the clock. And then they look for stop for the day. Bloat more whistle. Guideline warning the official talking to the kirtland sideline. Levi gave a warning for something. Got it. Cruise winning forty nine six. I can't imagine. They would have been shouting anything too crazy from the sideline. All I heard was an official said that the second time, and he was very stern with his warning either way back into the game we go. Now, I in fifteen after the penalty analysis second effort nearly a first down run year. How about that? Loulan car cake fit and get the round to the fifty maybe even the forty nine yard line is going to be just a yard short of the I doubt he picks fourteen yard there to to get right into position after the penalty down there. Interesting to know exactly what the call came down four. But it doesn't matter for kirtland because even with the second unit in this offense is so capable of picking up plays in bunches picked up fourteen yards. Back in one big power is power hands. It off once again drawn has it spins off one guy loft yard, then get them back and get the first down. How about that grown up to the forty six yard line Felix? He looks like me need Becker Turock down their running. Right. Tackle did not come in. It was not a fundamental tackle the low tackle Abby angles. And he stepped out of it. He bought through the cackle and picked up the extra yardage and other just the way they're taught to play here at curt Linden. They're all fast, and they can all be allusive and get out of those tackles and pick up the first down, which is what he just did. I been ten now cross midfield were at the forty seven yard line. Kirtland moving down the field with their second-string offense. A hand off the lead back proving Mike Ross he gets over the forty five to forty four yard line three on the Blake little play. There. We see that play a lot that's word on the first string. That's where. Knee Becker was lined up on one of his touchdown run coming in from the middle bottom that power is. Second hand seven. Back to that. High formation were under two minutes to play now in the first half. Don't go anywhere. Halftime coming up. Brought to you by Pat O'Brien Chevrolet, home of the upper front price guarantee. Big Pat O'Brien Chevrolet. We got a lot of data on the board for kirtland. And that of course is gonna figure into the paddle. Ryan Chevrolet blazer the game in the second half. But the player of the game is probably already played his last snap for Jerry. Very true. A decision can likely be made soon. You know, we had Sullivan with a couple of touchdowns. I would say that the quarterback powers with the touchdown run to go with two touchdown passes has to be the leader in the clubhouse right now. I kinda gotta go Sullivan Sullivan made plays on all three of the ball. He had the couple of big kick returns the touchdown reception. He had the interception on jump ball down the field. I kinda liked the three way contributions of Sullivan here. So we'll talk about that. Meanwhile under a minute to play. There was a nice defense adopted by the cardinal husky is eight stop the back back near the line of scrimmage is going to be all the way back to the forty four so forth in seven with under forty seconds of flight and the punt team from for the first time today as kirtland this is the first time we'll see they're punting unit come out and take the field today. And you'll be the second team offense got in there, Jerry. They ran four minutes. They moved the ball a couple of times. Look pretty good all out at midfield and sell I of the day for kirtland. Down the field. Fair caught at the fifteen yard line. What hang time on that rate. Hang hang time. You're back to the fifteen yard line, sixteen seconds left in the half. I would imagine at this point in time. Jerry that other cardinal gonna come out safe running probably just call it a half. It's been a tough half four cardinal started out like they were, you know, making their presence known with that trick play for about forty five yards down the field on the very first play of the game from scrimmage but outside of the big sixty eight yard touchdown path has been nothing else. Thin for cardinal. So here they got let's see what it is. They decided to do the cardinal has eat on their own fifteen is gonna take snappy is going to run a play here licensing Claire goes to the left side tries to string it out. But he's faking down right at the line of scrimmage, so no gain on the play. And the final seconds will come off the clock here in the first half triple-zero Zandt the clock, but it's far from triple scoreboard as a matter of fact, halfway to a hundred for the coat went Hornets as at halftime, the kirtland hornet lead the Columbia. That would be the cardinal Hartnell husky excuse me. I'm looking at a score on my phone, the Columbia hug your car. No, excuse me. Forty nine two six as we hit. Halftime don't go anywhere. Still plenty to go. Halftime coming your.
"kirtland" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
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Jesse Widener of Klamath Film
"Heralded news news learn is now. Empowering the community base, slow the news, your news with falls, Oregon. Empowering the community and serving mclamb basin. This is the the news facing us pop. Greetings and welcome to base views heralded news podcast featuring interviews with local experts discussing issues important to the climate basin. I'm kirtland key with the herald news this week. We're joined by Jesse Widener Klamath film here to discuss one of my favorite topics, movies, upcoming events, such as the annual climate independent film festival and a special screening with a very special guest coming soon. Jesse, thank you so much for taking the time out of your schedule to join us here. Well, we will get into everything that Clem film entails and just a little bit. But I always like to start these things off a little bit of background on our guests themselves. Can you educate us a little bit more about who Jesse Widener? Sure. So I've actually got a fairly wide arts back there used to work as a draftsman architect California for about seven years before I moved up here, I've studied music composition, do some drawing some writing. I practiced photography for several years before I started getting into the film thing. So the film thing actually really comes from being the sort of great medium. It's an amalgamation of all these other disciplines that you. You can do kind of throw all these different dispirit interests into one thing. So what was the first video project that you worked on? The first project was probably the first project I did with Klamath film, and it was on one of those old. I don't say hold the nineties hand held nineties early two, thousands of Devi Cam with the digital video tape. And one of the first things I learned was that the screen on it is not as it shows brighter than what the actual film was. So I was exposing to the screen and when I actually took the footage home to work on, it was so dark. I had to crank everything is still looked nasty and black, and it was horrible. I'm from Hollywood is well, I grew up in Eugene, but I spent a long time in Hollywood and those Devi cameras there fuzzy because when I was working on a lot of projects, some of those cameras were fifty thousand eight hundred thousand dollars now that everything's gone digital. They're selling those things on EBay for one hundred bucks. People can't get rid of them. Yeah, yeah, ours, ours is more of a consumer grade one though that we were. We're using it was, you know, like something you'd pick up Fred Meyer or whatnot, and it just wasn't that hot and me not knowing what I was doing with it was even worse. So well, one thing that I have found fascinating being involved in film is the number of people like yourselves that got involved in simply by doing, didn't have formal Bagger. There are film schools that people can go to, but lots of times people just get involved when it for the sake of having an idea grabbing a camera and giving a try and kind of learning as you go. Right. That's a funny thing because I think you know, obviously the film industry is still young, maybe one hundred years, old hundred twenty years old. Just you know, it's not like painting or something like that, and it's been a master apprentice industry for a long, long time. You know, you start working on a film as gopher basically, and work your way up. And then at some point you did start getting into the film school stuff with that sort of seemed to be the advice path go to films go, go to USC, go to southern California, whatever the case maybe and then it not in the last probably twenty years with the advance. In technology with the internet, having all of these YouTube videos, and there's several channels that teach you how to do all these filmmaking techniques or whatnot. I think it's really democratized and commodities that industry where you can just from your house, you'll get a five hundred dollar camera. It's amazing compared to anything from, you know, ten twenty years ago and then sit on YouTube for your to do stuff. You know, the technology's advanced, but what's really fascinating to me as just a fan of film in general. I love going back to the old silent film era, the little black Charlie Chaplin Buster Keaton and stuff like that. And you look at the things that they were doing. They were inventing how films are made then. And while the technology may have changed the method for creating film really hasn't and over the course of a century, right? Yeah. The structure is generally isn't actually, I have a slight complaint about structure of fill. You know, when when film for start out, you're talking late, eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundreds and nobody really knew what to do with it. You know there was this massive creativity of, you know. What? What wild things can I do? You know what weird effects can I do? How can I freak people out that never seen something on screen like this and somewhere in the teens, the nineteen teens. It's sort of took on this the purpose of films to tell a story. And I think it's really been pigeonholed in that one hundred years. You know, it's it's like saying the purpose of painting before there was photography. The purpose of painting was to be as realistic as possible and the medium geared towards that realism until in the eighteen hundreds of the camera came out and they realize somebody could just snap a picture. So you know what was the point of painting now that's when you saw painting expand into, you know, pression ISM and surrealism and Dada. ISM cubism and Jackson Pollock jap- technique and all this kind of wild stuff. And
"kirtland" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Be cloudy. With a chance for shower thunderstorm in the afternoon high tomorrow eighty, three it's seventy three degrees right now man who kidnapped raped and said his, young victims on fire is in court and. Hamilton county today for sentencing hearing Anthony kirtland was previously sentenced to death those crimes on an appeals court ordered the sentencing phase of his, case be done over because of comments from the prosecutor. At the, time jury for the resentencing of Kirkland it'll be picked today nen prosecutor Joe deters. Will try and convince them the Kirkland should be sent back to death row is victims in this case for twelve and fourteen years old, teenagers facing charges for groping young girls at a local Kroger police say it happened last night at. The grocery store along US fifty in whitewater township seventeen year old suspects accused of touching. Two young girls in the store before he grabbed and tried to kidnap another team chased from that store by shoppers who detained. Him until police arrived is currently locked up, in the juvenile detention facility twenty twenty duck boat involved in the deadly accident in branson missouri last week's being pulled out of table rock later today was hopefully find some clues about what caused the disaster that killed seventeen people people were on board this both at battle near hurricane-force winds and also six foot swells before plunging to the bottom of the lake and this morning that boat is expected to be lifted from the water a process that could take up to five hours that's a._b._c.'s marcus more home sales and greater cincinnati were down a little bit in june when compared to the year before almost twenty eight hundred homes did sell at an average price just over two hundred thirty three thousand dollars that's a five percent increase over last year one of the reasons for the price jumped the number of homes available for sale has dropped f._c..
"kirtland" Discussed on WEEI
"And up on all things basketball the great kirtland what's up no nice quiet at home i figured we'd talk a little world cup soccer and some baseball for the next ten or fifteen minutes and just quietly pass the time yeah it was it was funny i i watched the world as much as i could have the world cup games this morning get it was i was actually hit put on a the yankees red sox game for my wife who's a red sox fan and all of a sudden it was like holy and everything changed quickly wow so four years in one hundred and fifty four million dollars lebron james on his way to los angeles to play for the lakers and even if it's by himself kurt and you know i like the good young core here they won thirty five games last year i would say that's at least fifteen more just adding lebron and i think right now if they don't make any other moves there i think a fifty one team in a three seed maybe in the west but is there more coming now it's just the first piece of the puzzle that's the bet lebron is made i mean i think that they are i think three's the top end maybe four or five because i mean look houston houston obviously houston's really good but utah still a team on the rise the last year and to get better minnesota could come together or there could be some or could start to rumble a little things don't go as smoothly but that's still a really good team to somewhere in the three four five range without making another move but that's the bet he's made that lebron's gravity plus the lakers just star power and brand is going to lure other people obviously they won't fly leonard that requires getting the spurs on board but the spurs the spurs lose a little weber item in the spurs their web which is you got get this done ron don't want lebron look around you gotta get this get this trait done now that's off the table so they'd like to get him but that may drag out a while demarcus cousins and maybe you here i i know laker fans are excited about this it's that's a big guy coming off an achilles man there's a lot a lot a lot of questions on that one but it's gonna be interesting i think that there's the lakers just moved into the incredibly dangerous pa category where they are they were team with resources and now a huge draw and i think over the next yeah magic johnson point to house the next you know through the trade deadline and even into next summer ultimately to put together a team around but ron that can challenge those guys up the bay area houston chatting with some laker fans after the straight went down current healing from pro basketball talks on a dais with nbc sports radio and they were all unanimous and saying well you know brandon ingram and cal kouzmin and and joss heart and and anna number one pick and zoo box which is the rumor is way too much just for kawhi leonard and i said well if it were just for him yes i would agree with you but you have to look at it this way all those guys for lebron and boogie cousins that you you got to pull the trigger on that one that's a steal exactly that's that's the part of it that comes in is it's your betting on both of them and if you've now now yes you have the braun that you've gotta get quiet like you said i think i think even the even the laker exceptionalism laker fans realize they're not what they've got now isn't enough you still gotta get kuwiat or you still got to land somebody you know frankly it's quiet this point like i said i'm just i'm not sold on cousins i'm a little surprised paul paul george jumped when he did but you know he he made his choice and.
Sun Country flight to Vegas forgets all passengers' luggage
"Airline bringing a plane full of passengers to las vegas for got some important cargo abc sharon reed explains when sun country airlines flight one seventeen arrived in las vegas from minneapolis saint paul thursday night something was missing none of the luggage checked by the one hundred sixty eight passengers on board made the flight passengers got their luggage the following day sun countries says it's refunding baggage fees and offering a fifty dollar voucher this is abc news
Air Force Arrests Fugitive Officer Who Evaded Authorities For 35 Years
"Jodie foster action thriller hotel artists with christopher watson abc news thirty five years after william howard he's junior disappeared from kirtland air force base in new mexico where he had a top security clearance he's been found the air force office of special investigations said he was apprehended last week at home in california part of a probe in his false identity he's been charged with desertion he's being held at travis air force base in california thirty say there's no indication he leaked any classified information an airline bringing a plane full of passengers to las vegas for got some important cargo abc sharon reed explains when sun country airlines flight one seventeen arrived in las vegas from minneapolis saint paul thursday night something was missing none of the luggage checked by the one hundred sixty eight passengers on board made the flight passengers got their luggage the following day sun countries says it's refunding baggage fees and offering a fifty dollar voucher this is abc news komo news time is.
"kirtland" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"The best of the glenn beck program continues now we have eric kirtland on is the author of a book hitler's monsters this is a serious scholarly book about the supernatural history of the third reich and what they believed and what they used eric help me out let's get a couple of definitions what defined the occult what does that mean is that devil stuff right so why started out thinking oh you know i'm going to look at a cultism whatever that means and then i realized the cult is a pretty specific meaning for for scholars things related to deem analogy witchcraft certain what i later called border sciences but really that are linked to things like astrology and dowsing doctrines like area fee or anthroposophy these are also things that usually come under the umbrella of cultism something that's between religion and science and and we'll help you uncover a secret world or a hidden world right that's where the term comes from pretend pretend i read the book but still could not get my arms around the aussies right can you define those excellent question and and and and again these fees are larger doctrines which supposedly explain the world in ways that traditional religion and science can't because they integrate both so theoschka fee which modern boulevard ski a russian thinker in the mid to late nineteenth century came up with is this idea that if you study the religions the east and the.
"kirtland" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Now we have eric kirtland lender on and he is the author of a book hitler's monsters this is a serious scholarly book about the supernatural history of the third reich and what they believed and what they used eric help me out let's get a couple of definitions what defined the occult what does that mean is that devil stuff right so why started out thinking oh you know i'm going to look at a cultism whatever that means and then i realized the cult is pretty specific meaning for for scholars things related to demon allergy witchcraft certain what i later called borders sciences but really that are linked to things like astrology and dowsing and doctrines like area fee or anthroposophy these are also things that usually come under the umbrella of a cultism something that's between religion and science and and we'll help you uncover secret world or a hidden world right that's where the term comes from pretend pretend i read the book but still could not get my arms around the aussies you write ten you define those excellent question and and and and again these awesome fees are larger doctrines which supposedly explain the world in ways that traditional religion and science can't because they integrate both so theo sophy which modern boulevard ski a russian thinker in the mid to late nineteenth century came up with this idea that if you study the religions the east and the.
"kirtland" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"Out but then again how much can we believe what he says will don't forget what else is out there at kirtland air force base and i have a great kirtland air force base story for later that you may or may not believe but it happened to me and i'll stand by my story don't forget that there's a national lab out there as well sandia we everybody hears about los alamos and oak ridge and liberal lawrence livermore and and the other national labs but oftentimes you don't really hear that much about what's going on sandia in phillips i think also has a presence out there maya sumptious in you know we get dodie back i think we need to ask him a little bit more pointed questions about the actual project chances are still class apart parts of it or portions of it are still classified but we're not really going to know until we ask him but i i have a sense that sandia was probably test driving some new satellite i guess the term would be countermeasures for satellites and trying to glean what the satellites were actually up to so we do have again sandia national lab out there so it's well within the realm of reason that there actually was that sort of program went on grahn regale he'll probably confirm that force a novice i keep saying that but you don't want to look at something first of all you need to look at the details of the case and the assets that you need to protect i'm going to come at this from from the point of view of somebody who tests security in devices now occasionally i run across having to test security in human beings in processes and things like that and so yeah.