35 Burst results for "utah"
Why the American Youth Have No Pride in Their Country With Utah Rep. Burgess Owens
Why the Radical Left Continues to Get More Radical
"Things We're talking to congressman from Utah for Burgess Owens just a great guy and a good man I've been personally vouched for his character folks whatever that means I know he's a good man But I'm seeing a couple different I agree with you that there is I mean there were a lot of Democrats for Trump There's no question about that That's undeniable We are seeing some Democrats wake up We are seeing large swaths of what we call the right side of the political spectrum Wake up as well That just being a Republican isn't good enough We have to advocate for actual conservative things liberty freedom a big R guy given rights for everyone But what I'm also seeing in Burgess is I'm not an optimist as much as I'm a realist and I'm seeing this kind of hardening of the 25 30 35% left of the country what we would call the radical left where they're just getting more and more radical congressmen And I mean the things they're proposing means you're up in Congress You see it Jamal Brown AOC you know Cori Bush you know Bernie Sanders on the Senate side even though you're in the house you mean you're around these people all day And the idea is they're pushing congressmen or crazier and crazier things when you were a kid even left this Democrats as a kid would say come on defunding the police That's crazy No one actually doesn't Judging people by the color of their skin CRT That's crazy They're getting more radical They are They are they're getting more radical so they get more desperate And I'm going to use a real quick analogy Aggressive for a long long time They've been stealth they have been like little termites They've been for decades undermining every single foundation made our country great Anything brings together this but they've been undermining And what's happened is they've gotten to count down to ten yard line and they see that they see the goal line It just can't wait to get there And they're getting desperate but they're realizing that we're waking up We're now beginning to talk to each other We the people become kind of show itself what it is That is an unbelievable power So to begin to see it so now they're just they're just pulling back curtains They just say I don't care what you see what you understand I don't care if you see the truth We're going to get ourselves in the next ten yards and go for it Well unfortunately for them they're waking their sleep and giant American people don't want that I don't care if they own a one yard line We don't want slavery dependency We want
Does Natural Immunity Beat Vaccines in Fight Against COVID-19?
"There's a new study out. That is really getting circulated. It's actually a couple of weeks old. i haven't seen it though. Comparing sars cova to natural immunity to vaccine induced immunity reinfection versus breakthrough infections. Study is quite stunning. But a new study published by it split into three groups fully vaccinated individuals may be at greater risk of cova than those unvaccinated. According to this massive study people who had taken both doses of pfizer jab are thirteen times more likely to have a breakthrough infection and are even at grassley greater risk for kobe nineteen hospitalizations. The vaccine individuals were found to have had a twenty seven times higher risk of symptomatic covert infection compared to those with natural munity from prior cova disease. Now you're not even allowed to mention natural immunity when we talk about all of this and so of course. Our leaders are so dishonest and our media the propagandists. They never ask the obvious questions. Which hey how're the really poor countries doing with covert. How were the countries with less than desirable healthcare. Now maybe you remember. Maybe you don't back in late. May there was a massive faucher virus surge in india huge daily cases that were making international news. Whatever happened to india while in utah pradesh. And we've covered this before. Do you know that you are pradesh has now reached zero cove. It how many of you would like to have zero. Covert right now in america. How did they do that. How did a poor country of india in a core part of india. How did they reach zero covert. How's that possible well. As we've mentioned they heavily prescribe ivermectin. They heavily administer ivermectin as a prophylactic and as a treatment and now they are at zero. Covert in utah.
Friends, family flock to Long Island to mourn Gabby Petito
"A public viewing was held for Gabby potato Sunday the missing woman whose body was found following a road trip with her boyfriend meanwhile a manhunt is underway for him in Florida hundreds turned out to pay their respects at a funeral home on Long Island where Petitot grew up her great aunt Liz was heartbroken I almost don't even have words it's just so heartbreaking what happened to her and and we love her and we know that she's at peace right now the cause of death is pending but the FBI says it's a homicide her body was found in a Wyoming National Park police say boyfriend Brian laundry is a person of interest an arrest warrant was issued for him for unauthorized use of a bank card but they would not say if it belonged to potato reports have emerged of the two fighting on their cross country road trip it's going on all right the Jewish Dobson separated the incident caught on Moab Utah police body cam I'm Julie Walker
The Latest: Group files civil rights complaint against Idaho
"A civil rights complaint has been filed against the state of Idaho for allegedly discriminating against older patients in its coporate care rationing guidelines the group justice in aging is asking the U. S. department of health and Human Services to investigate Idaho's published crisis standards of care guidelines the emergency plan that's been enacted to prioritise patients while hospitals are overwhelmed with cold with nineteen the advocates say the guidelines discriminate against older adults especially black and native Americans by using factors like age to determine which patients first get access to lifesaving care state officials as Idaho standards are based on ethical obligations while protecting medical resources public health officials in Arizona Utah and northern Texas had to modify their crisis care plans after similar complaints were filed Jackie Quinn Washington
Mormon church to require masks in temples amid COVID surge
"The Mormon church's requiring mass in temples amid the covert search the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints has announced a mass will be required inside temples to limit the spread of cove in nineteen church leaders said Wednesday the mass will be required temporarily in an effort to keep temples open the message was the latest in a series of statements from church leaders encouraging masking and vaccination efforts in Utah where the church is based a summer surge of the virus among unvaccinated residents has continued to grow while vaccination rates have slightly increased I'm Walter Ratliff
FBI: Coroner identifies remains as Gabby Petito
"Authorities have now confirmed that a body found in Wyoming is that of twenty two year old Gabby potato we now know that Gabby potato a budding travel vlogger did not survive a cross country trip with her boyfriend according to the FBI the Teton county coroner in Wyoming has confirmed it was her remains found just outside Grand Teton National Park on Sunday the manner of death is termed a homicide but the cause of death has not disclosed pending further analysis the FBI is asking the public for clues about the whereabouts of potatoes boyfriend Brian laundry who returned alone to his parents home in north port Florida September first authorities are again searching a swampy preserve near the home after taking away boxes of potential evidence Monday and a family vehicle in August police in Utah had responded to the couple having a fight and have them separate for that day hi Jackie Quinn
Author Ruth Wisse on Her New Memoir 'Free as a Jew'
"Have Sitting with me here in the studio the author of a book funny title. It's free as a jew. A personal memoir of national self liberation ruth weiss. Welcome to this program. Thank you i. I really can't just start talking to you. Because i have to let people know with whom i'm seated and Who is the author of this book. You have an extraordinary life. We're going to talk about your life But you won the national humanities medal. Which is an extraordinary honor. Utah yiddish literature at harvard for a couple of decades. And as you approach your eighty sixth birthday. I too am approaching my eighty six birthday forgiven. I can't see it as clearly as you can. But you've decided to write a book which is a a memoir. But it's called free as a jew. We should start there. Why is it called that. And then i want to get into your story I should have a soundbite. Answer for it but i haven't yet. Maybe this will get me there I love freedom. it's It's a very great value of mine. And i love being a jew and the two things are very much connected in my mind. I think there's a kind. There's an idea of freedom that comes with being a jew and You know this is not a moment when the jews are particularly popular not an american culture as they used to be once and So i i wanted to lead with that. And it's also because writing the memoir. I didn't myself. No what would emerge as being the most important theme or the most important connective through it. So free as it begins for me. You know in childhood with The most important part of our jewish year And that is the celebration of passover and the reading of the passover haggadah every year. Now i didn't grow up in a very religious family but somehow my parents Kept the passover holiday in the way that some people latch onto one thing in their religious lives in their national lives. That is so strong that it almost makes up for everything else. And the passover holiday was like that and it's all about
Bodycam: Gabby Petito Argued With Boyfriend Before Vanishing
"There is a nationwide search for a Florida woman who vanished while on a cross country trip in a converted camper van with her boyfriend twenty two year old Gabby potatoes boyfriend Brian laundry return to their Florida home in her van ten days before potatoes family reported her missing Todd garrison is the police chief in north port Florida two people went on a trip one person returned and that person that returned isn't providing this information police body camera video in Utah shows Petitot upset telling an officer she suffers from obsessive compulsive disorder that affects our behavior police considered her the aggressor father Joe potato wants his daughter back whatever you can do to make sure my daughter comes home I'm asking for that help there's nothing else that matters to me now but he does last known contact with family was late last month from Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming I'm a Donahue
The Latest on The Missing Case of Gabby Petito
"Thursday at noon eastern time guys again thursday at noon eastern time. Today the northport florida police department will be holding a press conference. There are multiple expected speakers and this includes the northport police chief todd garrison a representative of the fbi as well as a member of gaby's family were unsure if it is her mother or father that will be televised live and i assume they will be providing an update Like a status update on this case. Secondly as you'll hear in this episode there was a domestic dispute call that was made in moab utah on august twelfth. While gabby and bryan were making their trip. At the time of the recording there was no contacts no further information. All anyone knew that there wasn't a domestic dispute. I highly suggest if you were interested in this case you join the facebook group find gabby otherwise i will be posting the actual report on all of our social media channels as well. The context with the support is actually very very very important because when you hear domestic disturbance you pretty much usually think of one or two things right so basically what happened is on august twelfth. A police officer responded to domestic hall. Apparently someone witnessed a young couple fighting. They reported a man taking a woman by the mouth and pushing her. Obviously that was enough to warrant a phone call to the police right. The police pull over the van. Brian was driving. Gabby was in the passenger seat and she was very very upset and crying. I will let you read the full report by basically. Both gabby and brian agreed. That gabby was having mental health issues. They got into an argument. There trip had been straining their relationship. They were starting to have issues and she was scratching him She had slapped him grabbed him and he apparently pushed her away. That is the story that they both maintained. The officer arrived separated them. They maintain the same story He decided to de-escalate. Brian ended up staying in a hotel with police assistance. That evening gabby state in the van. They separated them for the evening and then they got back together and by all accounts they went on their way but again i will post this police report for that. It has finally been made. Public is definitely worth reading. And i don't think it's quite what any of us expected. But as of right now a little after midnight on thursday morning That is at so check out. The police report from the domestic call on august twelfth and then also to later this afternoon at noon eastern time there will be a press conference with a status update on this
A 20-Year Megadrought Threatens Hydropower in the West
"A twenty year. Mega drought in the west is threatening hydropower. For millions of people so the federal government is taking emergency action it sending water from other reservoirs to lake powell to help. Keep the power turbines. They're spinning. here's michael. Elizabeth sack is from colorado public radio at elk creek marina. People wait in line to back their trailers into the water to pull their boats out. And some like walter. Slut cough are frustrated. Resumes legua up and down many times. But we're not happy with it this year. Of course because we're all getting kicked out early and we pay for slips for the season. Blue mesa is colorado's largest reservoir. It's already less than thirty percent full. And now it's being forced to sacrifice more water to send to lake powell eric. Logan is head of operations at elk. Creek marina he had to shut down six weeks early because of the low water levels. It's a big hit for us for sure. There's a bunch of employees. That doctor would be employed into october and suddenly they're out looking for employment in middle of august. The deepening drought in the west has dealt a double blow to blue mesa this summer with climate change there's less snowpack and warmer temperatures increase. Evaporation so less water is making it into the colorado river and reservoirs like blue mesa and now the federal government is taking water from this lake into other reservoirs. If we were full it wouldn't be that big deal but since we're already so low and we're barely hanging on by our fingertips on trying to stay open. You take eight feet of water and suddenly we got shut the doors and move everything out to deeper water and there's nothing we can do about it. Lake powell on the utah. Arizona border hit its lowest level on record earlier this summer. Logan worries the reservoir will need even more water from blue mesa. If the drought doesn't improve the question is are they going to release whatever we get. That would become a very big problem for everyone around here. Blue may sat and the other reservoirs were built in the nineteen sixties for times of drought. It's a bank of water that the states can tap when they need. It says john macleod. A water lawyer in colorado. The water always goes to lake. Powell and this release is part of the plan. And it's using the reservoirs for one of their intended purposes
Terry Tempest Williams on Her New Book "The Hour of Land"
"Terry tempest williams invites us to celebrate the land and the people. You'll meet at a variety of national parks across the united states in her book. The hour of land. She describes the park. She's visited as breathing spaces each with a unique personality that deserve our patronage our respect and our protection by the way our conversation was recorded before the global pandemic. Terry it's good to have you with us. Thank you read your book. The our land takes us not to the obvious parks but it takes us to some of the less famous parks. You chose about a dozen parks to introduce to us why these parks why not win at the grand and famous ones. Would you believe me if i told you that i saw this as a dinner party. You know my mother was a great hostess and she always said you know. Pick your dinner parties very carefully because who knows what will come out of them so you know here. We have fifty nine national parks in our country. How to choose a dozen. So i really did envision it as dinner party i knew who the heads of the table would be my mother park which would be grand teton national park. The other end of the table. I knew it would be canyon. Lands national park where we live closely to. I could count on them then. I thought all right who's gonna be on the other end of the table holding the space that are reliable and for me. It was a canadian national park in maine and teddy roosevelt national park. In north dakota. I had been to the many times and they were trustworthy. Then i thought okay. Who are the dream guests that i would want that. I don't know. But i know other people who do and we can bring them to the table and i thought of big bend national park. I thought of gates of the arctic national park and effigy mounds. And i thought those were my dream guests
NOAA: U.S. Slightly Surpasses 1936 Record for Hottest Summer Ever
"You thought this summer felt hotter than others you're right it turns out it's tied for the hottest summer on record in the us the us government agency. No us says it has not been this hot since one thousand nine thirty six which was the infamous dust bowl summer between june and august the average temperature in the continental. Us was seventy four degrees. That's more than two degrees warmer than average is in the nineteen. Hundreds five western states. California idaho nevada oregon and utah had their hottest summers ever and twenty one other states rushing from the northeast to the rockies recorded top. Ten hottest summers only southern states had average temperatures. Extreme weather has also been a major problem. Scientists say this summer was one of the wettest on record causing deadly flooding in some states. Meanwhile western states are experiencing a mega drought that has pushed reservoirs to dangerously low levels. Plus wildfires have burned nearly five thousand square miles so far this season. Scientists haven't tracking climate records in the us since eighteen. Ninety-five noah says four of the five. hottest summers. On record have happened over. The last eleven
Research on Beards, Wads of Gum Wins 2021 Ig Nobel Prizes
"Research on beards and wads of gum are among the winners of a spoof on the Nobel Prize and ignoble goes to researchers at the university of Utah who found out beards don't just make a fashion statement they can protect the man's delicate facial bones from a punch in the face absorbing the force of the punch No faces were actually plunged to determine this a team of navy researchers one for figuring out a cheaper and more effective way to control cockroaches on submarines using the pesticide die klar bos was less expensive and more effective also researchers from a Spanish university determined already chewed gum that has been stuck to the side walk for three months is teaming with nasty bacteria it can be applied for the control of contagious diseases I met Donahue
"Leave No Trace" Author: Pete Rock
"Pete. Rock is an immensely talented writer. His two thousand nine novel. My abandonment was made into the leave. No trace starring ben foster and thomason mackenzie pete. We finally get a chance to speak. Thank you so much for being here today. Thank you so born in salt lake city. Talked me about what you were like as a kid growing up right because many of your books in your kind enough to send me. I think it was two years ago. Night swimmers which i absolutely loved many of your characters in your books are people that aren't infringer. Society wanders. I wonder is that part of your childhood. Will kid where you what. What kind of talking about your life growing up in in utah. F- well there's the self mythology and then there's the truth Tell i have kids now. So i'm always explaining to them how i was a kid. I was an amazing soccer player. I was so good Which is what. I tell them. You know i was kid really like to read I was living in an environment that i think shaped me. a lot. Which is to say. I was surrounded by mormons. And i wasn't mormon and so every kind of typical child activity. You might have whether it was cub scouts or basketball. They all took place at the white house in my neighborhood. So there's a lot of praying before uniform inspection. We prayed and i would be paging through my cub scout. Handbook thinking where the prayers like. What is this about and so You know kind of a know super privileged white guy so it's sort of hard to talk about it as sort of being an outsider in any way because they've had a lot of privileges and at the same time. I grew up in an environment where i didn't belong in where everyone else seemed to be. Part of the conversation. Or part of a series of of gatherings that i was not
"utah" Discussed on The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt
"It provided exactly what i was looking for many many highs and lows. You know as you all would know. Probably an emotional roller coaster throughout the thing you could feel so strong lap than the next lap you feel like i can't even take another step ciano exactly what i'm talking about. And if you feel like superman one you know you could be in for seven hours. We feel like superman. You're like holy crap this amazing but then the next lap. You're like my feet. My legs feel like there are hundreds of pounds each. You know like just taking a step like the thought of getting back to bottom and then looking up and going guy. We're doing this again. That was it that was it not taking a left the lodge to the tents to the concert taking wrote to go back up marco lick you heard these stories a million times right so take us back to genesis two twenty nine twenty nine average thing and you create something that really is making people talk like this throughout. I heard so many of these stories and continue to so kudos to you and take us behind it. Mar look perfect. All the credit goes to my team executing the vision. It's one thing to have an idea and put it into action. It's another to have people believe and execute. What you have in your head. And i believe i have the best team the business that does that And just quickly nathan. Yeah thank you for your service. And i'll tell you you talking about your wife. I got an email yesterday for participant. Who did our first utah event. Ania mcguire who wrote this beautiful letter. And first of all we get them a lot. And i'm not none of them. I could get them every single day every minute of the day because it gives me so much just purpose. Really and in his letter was he. Climate mount thirteen times trying to figure out what is water and you never nodded any finished and he went back up to the summit and his wife was helping other people finish in some. And that's the true community that twenty nine and twenty nine. Is you know it's not a race it. It truly is a humorous you challenge but but by not pitting you against the other participants would it does is it. It does right. And i was excited to get on this podcast and and beyond with three out of the pleasure hiking west insuring amount west antioch competing against but but doing something we all individual reasons but you wanna see. Each person gets to that summit as many times as possible. So you know. I can't believe that just for years ago. An idea around taking something that existed in the biking world A lot of professional cyclists would go everest on a hill and it was a game to do as a professional cyclist region. Right up hill. Ride down at to climb twenty nine thousand nine feet and it was pretty much something that was done solo and done for strada kudos right now and i thought. Wow that was very interesting. I was getting into trail running. Running fifteen hundred mile runs..
"utah" Discussed on The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt
"And sometimes i do share personal stuff in here it is. I wanted to bring on a couple of guys that i hiked with their actually much more fit in up the mountain and i were. I was with through six hours to do with these guys. did it. In twenty hours one hours took me close to thirty. But i did get it done. They were part of these. Two hundred nyc minded people that really lifting for physical mental challenges and persevere. And that's what we talk about here. So i'm going to bring in two of those guys. And the co founder of the event without further. Do a discussion about this experience. I had this weekend. That was extraordinary and exceptional climbing mount everest in utah with the twenty nine twenty nine ever seen group one thing in the business sports that i rarely do sort of bring in my world outside of talking about what's going on in sports in the nfl in business and legal stuff. I usually do but this one of those times as you heard me last week. Talk about while. I was sitting in utah waiting for the challenge. I was headed out to everest. Not not the real everest but not everson utah. The group is called twenty nine twenty nine ever staying and what a group it is so i went out there and from friday saturday with a weekend surrounding it. We climb the equivalent of mount everest. Stunts snowbasin resort in utah. So what i wanna do. This week was bring on some fellow warriors and to that i got to know really well and of course the leader one of the founders and operators of twenty nine hundred twenty nine. Who's become a good friend as well..
Mormon Vaccine Push Ratchets Up, Dividing Faith’s Members
"As the Mormon church ratchets up its push for vaccines the face members remain divided members of the faith widely known as the Mormon church remain deeply divided on vaccines and mask wearing despite consistent guidance from church leaders members who support the stance say their fear that some latter day saints who refused to get vaccinated are allowing their political views to supersede their loyalty to a fate that prioritizes unity and obedience other church members are upset that their leaders aren't letting them exercise their own personal decision making about vaccines and mask wearing the Utah based religion of sixteen million members worldwide is one of many face grappling with how to best navigate the lingering impacts of the pandemic I Walter Ratliff
Feds Investigate Whether 5 States Banning Mask Mandates Are Violating Student Rights
"Of Civil Rights warns five states Iowa, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee and Utah. It is investigating their universal mask bands, saying the policies could amount to discrimination against students with disabilities or health conditions. Florida Education
Joe Biden Handed Kabul on a Platter to the Taliban
"Biden handed kabul on a platter to the taliban as a result islamic fundamentalists were able to get into the city and kill thirteen marines. So this weekend biden and trying to act like the tough guy brought in people from the pentagon to his office and he said all right. We gotta do something i pull. Numbers are in freefall. We've got to act like the tough guy. What are we got and cameo set probably said. Hey joe we got the this joseph. What lloyd austin. The dimwit secretary defense and mark milley to fattest general the country's ever seen they couldn't run a hotdog standard wrigley field. Okay they they. They said they sit around the table and they say all right. We got to fix it. How are we going to fix it. But we gave over. Kabul thirteen marines are dead. Joe biden checked his watch. While the marine families were grieving and then some trigger-happy numskull probablya some drone operated base in. Utah thought that he found a terrorist. So they said okay why don't we use hellfire missiles and go after the terrorists so this weekend the united states military while they say they no longer want war in afghanistan right. We're done with afghanistan. We don't want any more blood. That's what joe biden says. I don't want any more suffering. So what happened. Well we executed a drone strike this weekend and no one can really tell if we killed any terrorists. We we killed ten civilians. The american government had this weekend from the washington post it was allegedly targeting. The islamic state. The we killed ten civilians including several small children. The dead were all from an extended family exiting a car in a modest driver at driveway. When the strike hit a nearby vehicle.
"utah" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian
"Not asian. so we have you have to fly into into salt lake city to go to moab yeah right and it's like a four hour drive you get to salt lake city and i'm sorry if there's any salt lake city listeners. There your town is boring. it's trash is trash you've been there have been there. Oh my god. Maybe if there's some salt lake listener fans out there you can tell me where it is but when i looked it up the big attraction that i saw was they had the first kfc franchise there. They opened with that. Yes with the church just fine. I know there are a lot of churches and then we on the way out. We ate at this one place very cool. It was good you know. I think that's awesome breweries. So maybe there's a vibe like that. But i'm so sick of fucking cities using breweries. Yes i went to columbus. 'cause i mentioned oklahoma fucking from there but like i went there and you know when i was in high school no breweries. Maybe there was like the bud light factory. We have cool breweries now. I went back from my friends. Like three or four years ago and like so many microbrewery acid and guys beer. It's like a a city starter. Pack but i go into this. And i'm like i don't know i just feel like i'm just taking a fucking tour of factory i. It's not impressive to me that there's a big ten can with beard. Yeah we. I know how i can look how to make beer on google. Yeah i don't know. Maybe i'm not trying to hate breweries or small cities but i i don't think that's what makes the city. You can't call yourself a hip city brewery going on. Look at this microbrews. We've got a guy we have. People do brewery tours right. Yeah i don't like i just flexing moorland and i think if anything that makes you not a city. Well i think that's an interesting point. Because i think Breweries are really good to put on my urban development hat on here. Yes it's a good place. It's a safe place for white people because it's not a bar you're at a brewery so it's like artisanal right. It takes a mad land. Yeah right brewers have big square footage is right so you can park your truck. They're they're very if he has a working class field. Even though it's not working class feels like yeah. Yeah it feels like oh look. I'm i'm with with the people. It's not toilets these french people. I remember it is. I maybe like the hipsters go into it as if walking into like an old ford factory or something that kinda like about working class. Caller you you like you like being tough. You like mud. Nineteen yeah exactly so. I think i think that's the aesthetic. Oh man we're like really getting to the oh the sociology of brewery yada. But anyways don't come at us if you're from salt lake city. I mean it was it was it was fine. It was fine and then group utah and we had to drive drove to moab we drive out amoah we and on the way we stop by the taco place which was delicious. It was it was awesome but but next to that place was a military surplus like yard sale. It was not a store. It was a military parking lot. Yes literally. i'm sorry. What is a military surplus store. Can you sell guns so at this particular military surplus yard sale. I say that. Because i don't know that has a store by the way that sounds like a cool indie band name. I took them up and military service yard sale. It's pretty cool. Sounds really good. Brewery opened for fleet foxes. Yeah dude it was. So i saw the sign i had seen the sign on the way to moab and i wanted to stop but i we were kind of running late so on the way back i saw it and i was gonna stop here. Stopped the car get out. I'm park in the car. And i'm like this is a bad idea. I was like literally wife my right here with me. This is a bad idea. Like oh my god. My husband is grew into fucking staff. Like what's going to happen right now. But i get out and the two guys. I don't know what they are but they were very nice. They they were just like oh. Hey you know. Like thanks for stopping. They like made some jokes. I like innocuous jokes like a high. Yeah not not not like this filipino. That of the same guy guys everywhere. Like oh how's it going hard enough for you jokes and and i was and it was like what you said. It's it really is like military surplus like they had like old boots that were like recently used the like old uniforms the end and then eventually he's like. Oh yeah you know so. Check out anything you want. You know blah blah. Let me know how much the price we can work on it. Also i've got ammo so if you want ammo. And he had boxes and boxes of ammo stacked up means bullets bullets ammo bullet. He had bullets. I did want to ask them. You got a forty five. Acp anyways but you know he's got all kinds of ammo right then. I guess i don't know if this is like you know. I love going to stores and thrift store right. Oh there's such a good deal. Oh my god. I can't believe they have this really cool cowboy hat. I don't know if this is equivalent where you're like. I can't believe he's got forty five. Acp eight dollars a box saying like. I didn't know what was going to be that situation. There was another guy there who was trying to buy the whole thing. It was like yeah man. You know if you can't win this game you call. And i'll buy every single thing. I was like how much ammo neat but there were again. Very nice about it. And that was okay and i do want to say that was a military surplus place. Because i later on when i get to california i go to another military surplus place okay and that was kind of way of different vibe but i went to utah utah california. Yeah i went to california. And i was at the airport. We're having to have a drink before our flight and dumbfounded. Who's been on the show who jump jump park. He's been on the show he's great. He has a comedy show. I don't la and he slides to my dm's. Or maybe i slide his. I can't remember anyways. This is very important detail. And he's like hey man come through to this to this show. We're having tonight and messaging him and i was like. Oh i'm not sure. If i'm gonna land in time you know blah blah and i do the math and i'm like okay we. We will land in time. But i i still got clear this with my wife right so it was like it was like girl. Do you want a cool. If we do this comedy show. We would uber their will uber out of it. It'll be chill. I think it'll be show. I know we have all of our luggage but like hey l. a. We can kind of like the stuff it somewhere. Yeah and this is how i know again. That she's the real one because he looks at me and she's like let's do it. You know it was like i suggested. Let's rob a bank screw. We needed you one more score you winner out. And she's just like takes a swig of tequila and kisses me and she's to like this. This is my last job last job. More job and roll up to what is a comedy show as if if a comedy show was inside of fast and furious shasta dumbfounded for the show that he has. It's in it's in k. Town okay and in la the parking scarce so what a lot of like kind of stores. We'll have the parking the back and they'll have a gate and it's guarded by someone because they want to make sure that it's only for the customers so they had to clear out a lot of this parking so that they had a lot.
"utah" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian
"All sorts of criers but okay. Thank you most of your money and again if you wanna get on the patriot dot com slash asian that asian part and scrap in return. You get shout out loud. Your dmc get bonus. Episodes is a good time moving onto our theme for this week. This one's all you. I'm gonna let you lead this one. Because i been two weeks i've i did. I did two episodes without you know anyone with woody. Oh you did. Yeah because i was like. I was like i have the time going to do it. All he was really fun. You know what's gonna fuck you. You know what's going to do. I'm going to have to play it out on my speakers. stuffed pillows with your face on it and i'll just like insert myself into what s type film that and release that next week. We like mike guys might win at the mike cut us neither good. It'll be black and white. It's four hours longer of the cgi into the episode like. Oh yeah you know such a good point for me god Yeah so. I have been away. And as i said was saying at the top of the show I was away on my like you know little like brake vacation thing. Yup it's like a two parter. Because the first part was i went to utah. And the second part i went to california and i know it seems like real privileged me to say that like i went to california not on vacation. But it really. Wasn't it feel like when we were from there. I'm from there had to do all sorts shit. We'll get into that but like the theme of the show is is taking a long road trip. Asian or not asian. We should talk about that too. Do you take a long long road trips. I've taken a couple with my friends. Drove to california from utah. We didn't drive from california to utah but the the well hold on we do. You do have to drive from salt lake city to to mo- app which is four hours long okay. Like automatically is a super long drive and it just reminded me of all the times. I used to take long road trips. I've mentioned this before on the podcast. I used to think. I used to take these long road trips with my with my parents and you know because they didn't know what was going to happen. You know we would be packing heat gun under the just thought. That was what you did as a kid. I was like. Oh can't gotta go on the road trip. You know what you gotta pack boiled eggs. You know some gatorade okay. Some pillows and you're you're fucking thirty eight special okay. You just don't know what you're going to get into a school field trip to dc. This habitant i do have my i have. I've got my forty five is that okay. Yeah that was it But yeah. I mean i think i went to utah and i went to moab and moab for people to know is like the desert or whatever. And it's it's crazy. So i guess america what is america now used to be under water like under the ocean at the bottom though okay and like mad layers of this is all should learn on wikipedia after the like all these layers of shit like sediment and and like salt or whatever the fuck it is all these things like piled on top in the ocean. Okay okay this is. This is before the dinosaurs. Okay okay so it was like piled up eventually all that shit moved around and be it got exposed and because of all these layers like getting exposed it broke open and like it starts eroding right just just like anything else right. It just starts eroding and you're all these canyons and all these like what they call hutus which are like spikes and towers and arches the famous arches that they have more of these giant arches. These are all just effects of erosion. Okay right and what blows my mind. As i was like looking at these arches and i was like okay. When are these arches for. Maybe he's only been like a thousand years right. No those arches were around the dinosaurs. Were around. whoa you're watching this thing and you're like seeing this erosion happening and you just happen to be either. You're like of a human life just happened to be witnessing it for like one second and this this whole thing is taking like literally billions of years. It'll it'll keep going forever and forever but you know keep going way pass. When we're gone. It was going before the dinosaurs happening. Dinosaurs are walking around going. Holy shit moab is crazy and millions of years later. We're here we're going. Damn this is crazy and millions of years from now when like elon. Musk still around or whatever you'll be like. Oh this place is crazy. It's it's that's like the it just puts everything in perspective because it's like it's not just thousands of years not just millions of years. It's like billions of years happening and you're watching it all at crumbling in you know for us. We don't perceive it to be happening. But like if you were you know god or whatever you're watching it happen it's crazy. What what is it like. Is that why people go this. Untouched piece of land. Because i think. I've seen like the grand canyon. I don't know the history behind that i don't think that old it's grand canyon is billions of years old. It's old it's like along those same lines like because of the colorado river runs all the way through my web and then through the grand canyon. So that's why you're going to see it because there's nowhere else in the world where they have something like this. It's like it's you know you feel like that's what i think was cool about. The trip was made me get out of my head right. We're comedians podcast in our heads like constantly. Oh man problematic about that. Yeah but when you go to look at these arch is all that shit kind of just like stops for a second. It means nothing. Yeah just like this arch is not problematic. This art is billions of years old. You're like resetting all your stuff. And that's why i think you go there because obviously it's beautiful and it helps you just think about you. Know what is humanity mean in the wall. Gigantic geometric timescales. Who have like you know. Maybe human modern humans have been around maybe like two hundred thousand years and then our ancestors for maybe a few million years. That doesn't mean shit that arch was still there and going like damn smoking a cigarette. Go look these new ass. It's like looking at the from the point of view of the artists like we were like gender fires like the first dinosaurs. Were here that look at these damn hamad podcasters about podcast is. Yeah so crazy. 'cause sometimes like.
"utah" Discussed on Exploring New Places Podcast
"Pretty there's places my favorite food. That i try here were the ice cream. The pizzas and acela that they have. It's so good. I want to take a moment to appreciate their interior design to because it's show so pretty and goes so with the with the theme that they have and the products that they sell. They have a room where they explain to you how everything works and how their they get. Their products and wallpapers are cows. Which is so cute. I mean you really have to go to this place. To noah i'm talking a mile the places very big too so you can definitely eat there with your family and friends also for the people that are really into hamburgers. I trae looking at this. One place that i went or the burgers were really good and the fries were amazed seen. I mean there were so deletion. But i was not fortunate enough to remember what the restaurant was call and when i try looking up online i can find it however you can pretty much find a really good burger restaurant in utah. They have really good burgers. Just f- why so that you can try them when you go and the burgers. I mean. they're really good. It's not like mcdonald's are in. they are from restaurants. Okay now it's time for the fun facts okay. Fun fact number. One is that utilizes second. Dryest state in the united states after nevada on average utah has about three hundred sunny days at year. I did not know this and this shug mail it up. Because i thought that utah was going to have more winter days then sunny days but it gets not and by the way. These facts that. I'm telling you right now are published on the k. s. l. newsradio dot com. So if you want to read the twenty-five on facts that they have about utah. Check them out on their website. Which is where i got them from. Just letting you know because the list is long So fun fact. Number two because of the state of utah high elevation. It's this cert like climate. It's no is try and powdery utah. Because of this claims to have the greatest snow on earth. So if you're into skiing or snowboarding You know this is an interesting fact. so yes fun. fact number. Three to data on youtube as state seal. The first one is eight hundred forty seven which is the day the mormon settlers are right in utah and the second is eighteen ninety six which is the year they utah became the forty fifth state in the united sates. Also on see seal are siegel we lease which stand for peace ho cute anyways and with this interesting educational fund fax. We have reached the end of today's episode episode number. Three of exploring new places. Podcast i hope that you learn something interesting. And ron facts about utah. Us amuses to nation to explore and create new memories. I invite you to leave a comment with anelka or a similar animal emoji on our facebook page. Which is exploring new places. Podcast this letter that you're considering going into this national park. Also don't forget to let me know walk countries or states will want to explore. Listen and learn more about stay tuned for our next episode in which we will be going over and you decimation national be over moved by you..
"utah" Discussed on Exploring New Places Podcast
"Likes the extreme cold into me. Utah super cold during the winter. I know the the winter to supposed to be cold but to me it's just super cold And i love to see snow because it just looks like the movie. But i prefer the summer and the sun because in my opinion it's just better. I know some will agree and some won't and that he's okay comment on our facebook page whether you like the summer or winter better now. I'll let you know that will be going over attractions food and fun facts about this elevated life state. You said what i did there. I added that life elevated. But i said elevated life. That's from commercial anyways as always i want to share with you. Were you can go to find more information to plan your travels. You can go to visit utah. Dot com for more information regarding national parks ski resorts stargazing spots outdoors activities and winter activities. Planning your visit and more explore this website and find out where you can create your next new memories and remember. This is in no way sponsor. So i'm just being naive is letting you know about a good website to go to to find more information about this state okay so for attractions you have a variety of stuff that you can explore to make new memories like mentioned before this is a state that various unacceptable depending what season of the year. You decide to go with this mine. For winter there are many places in the state of utah where you can go in ski or snow. Whatever you're into for skiing utah. Many for this kind of activity which
"utah" Discussed on Sexy Unique Podcast
"The possibilities are beautiful. Oh my God, that's Curry and Laura and this and we get a little cold open. I want to give him a little radical honesty about what has been happening. So we recorded our this episode yesterday. Like we're doing a new like recording because we recorded an entire episode of salt to Utah Queens like laughing Friday evening, like Spirits were high and then I we both hung up and like one about our nights off around 10 p.m. Laura texted me and was like, hey, did you did you.
"utah" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business
"Hi Everyone. Welcome to MOMS in real estate. My Name's Angela Fazio and this week's guest is from Utah. Her name is Lauren Greiner and she is absolutely delightful I. Love Her story of how she got into real estate and I know that you'll enjoy her just as much as we do. Let's get started. Angela Fazio is an industry powerhouse overseen forty, thousand home sold and nine billion in production and Kristin. Cantrell is one of the nation's most accomplished team leaders healthy thousand eight. Their businesses, they are passionate about educating encouraging. powerpoint. Date our.
"utah" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"The school itself well you first in Utah service and you can because it was the signs tonight this is still and you it was you it was a no show it was easy you cell phone your first in Utah service and you sing off.
"utah" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Utah that's a good question what is my favorite holiday almost a fourth of July celebrate this amazing country middle of summer blow stuff up can call the air is blow things up you have to move around different parts different summer venues some of the fourth of July dear Jim did you know it will only be for twenty twenty twenty once you'll never happen again dude wow regards weed is harmless the Hartford well flight in Rome if for twenty is stoner Christmas does that make for twenty one national random drug test day sign the boss that is intimate and Iowa I'm not too big but I'm here to celebrate your day the problem is I'm asking you to come in here and talk about your day and your all way to break to talk about your day try again let's go to Indianapolis Danny in N. D. Hey Dan how are you I'm doing what are you doing good bro what's up you know as part of team bag I run a tree service so I cut down trees for people it's the most dangerous job in the world and I have good pretty much smoke just to get up the ladder thank god this is kind of sounds kind of counterintuitive if it's the most dangerous thing in the world should you be smoking before you do it well that's the thing about being baguette some people aren't seeing Baker master class and that they just get better just to have a higher vision on that situation all right well if I were you I would smoke before the phone call so you can be called master class about it you've got brought you by you know the.
"utah" Discussed on KTOK
"In Utah now a flu update another six people died from the flu last week in Oklahoma according to the latest information from the state health department which was released yesterday that brings to sixty one the total number of flu to S. in the states is flu season started September first another two hundred ninety five people were hospitalized with the flu last week that makes more than twenty seven hundred flu hospitalizations since September first authorities are looking for the husband of a woman killed Tuesday at her northwest Oklahoma City apartment near northwest expressway and meridian Geneva Jordan had six children three of them were in side the apartment when their mother was killed the suspect is her husband forty six year old can dream Jordan here's a reminder to start your day it is Friday the thirteenth how bout that here's Tonya J. powers it's been considered a day of bad luck for a long time but it's not clear exactly where that came from well twelve was the number associated with completeness thirteen has negative associations we see it played out in pop culture with the string of Friday the thirteenth movies and even dates in history like the German bombing of Buckingham Palace on September thirteenth nineteen forty and the death of rapper Tupac Shakur who was killed on Friday the thirteenth in September nineteen ninety six there is one Friday that seems to Buck the trend Good Friday it's it's name.
"utah" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"The whole cell phone put you first in Utah service the key because it was the signs tonight this is still and you it was a no show it was easy and if you you so for you first in Utah so and you sing off key.
"utah" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Cell phone your first in Utah so the sing off key maybe we can make sit on your phone listen with the like that you know if your phone battery's dead because you didn't plug it in last night stay up play one of the two point seven kiss FM on I heart radio.
"utah" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Cell phone your first in Utah so the sing off key see his face thank you stink both thank you please so so thank you I'm not thank you and the he.
"utah" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"And today, I am here with Jimmy Carter who is a field organizer for the Utah Democratic Party, and she's also active on Twitter where some of you may know her from hygiene me Kelly. How are you today? A little nervous, but styled up. All right. Awesome. Is so a have been looking forward to talking to you. Because anyone who's listening to this podcast for a really long time knows that I'm kind of in love with Utah. Democrats I think that Utah's one of those states where it's the most exciting to watch the Democrats sort of come into their own. And I I know you've been doing a ton of knocking doors, and so just kind of wanted to get some insight into what sorts of things you're hearing and seeing and feeling on the ground in Utah. And then also maybe give some advice to people who might be going out canvassing for the first time this weekend for the last weekend. So maybe could you tell people who who don't know you from Twitter just a sort of a little bit about yourself, and how you got involved in the Utah Democratic Party. Yeah. I like a lot of us. I was a little politically active before the last election, but the lost election hit and everything changed, and I became very involved in politics and through organizing a few marches. You know, got to know some people and applied when they Utah Democrats were hiring filled organizer thinking, no way, I was going to get this job. I've never done anything like that before. But they did hire me, and it's been an experience of a lifetime. I have amazing candidates. You know on the state level. Our federal candidates in Utah are doing more than any candidates. Ever have before in this state SRI and is just phenomenal Jenny Wilson is such an incredible person. We have the first Navajos on the ballot was team singer. And they're out knocking doors making phone calls. We have made over six hundred and fifteen thousand phone calls and doors knocked this year to put that in comparison in two thousand sixteen during a presidential campaign. We only hit over three hundred thousand so we have more than doubled the efforts in two thousand sixteen and that is so exciting to be a part of yet. That is really fantastic. I just I love the energy in Utah. And I think it's a place where you can really see the difference. I mean, those numbers are incredible. And so in places where there's been Democrats running in organizing for longtime, and it's just more. Now, it's not as easy to see that stark difference. But. That's really incredible. Yeah. And most of the people that we talked to they have never been canvassed by anybody Republicans have ignored them thinking, they're safe. Democrats have ignored them thinking we don't have a chance. So we're out talking to people who have never ever been engaged in this process before and that to me is just been amazing. They really do open their doors to you. They're willing to talk to you on the phone and most of the time they have a lot to say because they've never been heard before. And they're so grateful that somebody's taking the time to actually listen to what their concerns are what they have to say. And this is red blue independent. It doesn't matter. They want to talk. They want someone to listen. So are you guys talking to to basically everybody, you know, I know some sometimes campaign say, oh, we're just gonna talk to the Democrats and just focus on turnout. But it sounds like you. Are really just sort of trying to to do outreach. Everywhere. We are actually not talking to Democrats until this last week when we went to get out the vote before I would say about a week and a half ago, we only top two independent and Republican voters. And then of course, we would do Democrats who who typically don't vote, but we really were focused on reaching independent and Republican voters this year, and that and that to me has been just unbelievable because Utah is a very friendly states. And they don't the majority of people don't like what's going on. They don't like seeing families separated out the border. They don't like this seat full rhetoric that they're hearing from their leaders. They're very concerned about their health care, and these are all the issues that were hearing on the ground that, you know, their elected officials, even though and this is from the..
"utah" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"Kelly with two talking politics and i am here with lee custodio who is running for congress in the utah i distract handy high tally i wanna thank you for having me on your show name off of just wanna say thank you guys for taking that momentum in the women's march and turning into something positive that creates awareness for all of us with regards to politics thank you for having the show appreciate it so let's start there useful first question to me little bit about your background why running compass grima forty one year old hispanic that lives in in utah foreign raised here i you know i worked hard as a child and in fills cornfields cherry trees and you know that motivated me a lot to to try to get an education i received my bachelors and my masters social on the university of utah i'm clinical social worker for utah state hospital and i have an opportunity to work with the severely mentally ill here in utah or county jails from salt lake all the way up north since northern parts of utah i am a father of one adopted son and a foster son as well and i have a dog named pancho incident let's talk a little bit about the first strict of utah so this is like the the top of utah in sort of a weird looking district but it of mir's like the top of the two parts of utah there if there has been him gerrymandering and it goes from human to shame all the way to up at park city and encompasses keys phil davis king county all the way to cash rich box elder and all the way of top and kinda scoops down to un to do shane kanis and it's a great district sliven i was born and raised here and people here are amazing and i'm excited to to be traces the democratic candidate the incumbent is republican and he's been in office since i think two dozen to and i i looked back to find when the last time was democrat in this seat and it looks like it was around the time you were born so he was he actually took office in two thousand three and the last time there was a democrat which it has there has been historically democrats that have helped the seat in district one but the last one was in nineteen eighty one and that was representative mckay and we are turning the seat mentally blue but i want it to be read as well i wanted to represent all the colors of anybody in district one fills in compass is their beliefs their desires and their their right to be to i don't want to just represent democrats they wanna represent everybody i have come from a family of many republicans and i know that there's a lot of common ground between us and that divide is not have to consist of not working together on things where there's common solutions with add mind i wanna represent everybody i acknowledge that our congressman bishop has been in in his seat for a long time he has a career politician and before that he was a lobbyist for believe of nra and and he have really had lost his way he is bought and purchased by oil and gas his decisions that are made you free volve around that industry and i think that the people here in utah and especially in district one are tired of a congressman who continually ignored their phone calls continually or the request to propose different types of legislation and i think that's the election this november is getting reflect that that we have a constituent base that is tired of this congressman ignoring what it is that utahns want and knowing what it is that true utah values are and i can tell you the truth utah values are not taking kids out of their parents arms when they're trying to seek asylum your your website reflect some of of what you're saying it's utah's for everybody dot com which i love but i'm when if you could talk about some of those some of.
"utah" Discussed on I Am Rapaport
"No in engine staff nah nah all right here we go so i'm excited about this this is an exciting i am reports stereo podcast got utah jazz high flying 3point shooting rookie sensation donovan mitchell i'm not sure but i think this might be used first podcast i can't confirm or deny that for new listeners of the iron rappaport stereo podcast this is michael rappaport a k the gringo mandingo ak white mike it came as to why folks and we pride ourselves on know fact checking okay we pride ourselves on know fact checking here at the i am rappaport stereo podcast this this is going to be duisi donovan mitchell is going to be a household name he's going to be a nimby a star soon he slowly emerging he was drafted under the radar and he's made a splash organically the organic way the old fashioned way on his own accord by his own merit and his is doing the talking um and his plays bringing them to the forefront of a nba fans attention he's been shouted out in talked about all by lebron james carmelo anthony paul george chris paul all were big fans in russell westbrook and talking about all that and more with donovan mitchell but first listen christmas is over ladies and gentleman it's over okay it was a great holiday you know the presence gave him you received them um but it's time it take the tree down time to take the lights down okay my block in los angeles is heavily lit up by christmas lights and they were great you know six weeks ago people started putting up six weeks ago on my block k it's time to take him down it's time to move forward cates not it's not a it's not a holiday anymore there's no more balloons there's no more streamers it's just a wednesday occur or maybe tsa thursday okay but the party's over take the trees out take the lights down take the candles down and move on it's time to move on care camp emphasizes anymore especially if you're grown up.