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"Sure customers wear mats. Crowds gathering for those post Thanksgiving deals, many determined to shop in person. I mean pandemic or not, I mean it. It didn't really matter to me. I just didn't get it online. And this was the last resort. Some stores seeing an early morning rush of shoppers, but many were largely empty, a very different black Friday the CDC warning shopping In crowded stores puts you at higher risk of catching covert 19. The mystery behind a huge piece of metal found in the Utah desert may have an explanation. It's a 12 ft tall, seemingly metal monolith that left a lot of people scratching their heads. A team of biologists and a helicopter came across the structure recently in an undisclosed desert area of southeastern Utah. But questions quickly arose isn't a Hollywood prop for an art installation? You wanted a magnet test, so I didn't bring a strong one. But Not.
Lou Holtz talks Notre Dame and more
"Lua alluded to you as being a builder and again i go back to the interview which you had here in the studio with us and the obvious question from a person when you They asked you about the rumors you going to. Usc and you said usc is one of the three best jobs. And i said wait a minute. I know notre dame is one of the best. What's the third best job. And you said the one that i get and it turned out to be usc but the university of south carolina. And and i'm just wondering when you reflect back about taking over that program. Why did you take over such a struggling program. And what is it is allowed. Lou holtz everywhere. He has gone to be able to build success. What i foresee a we will not arrive. I think we had three offensive linemen on scholarship is all we had. It did have a quarterback and didn't have a running back to his per se. But you know you grin there you you just you try to fundamental you. Try to do the things that we talked about. Just you know. Build build the football team. And i have gone to six different situations in college and never inherited a winner and went to bow game no later in the second year with matter of fact after going on eleven we finished seventeenth a country next year and beat ohio state in a bowl game following here i think we finished loveth in the country. Beat state again on january one. But it's not because guy it's Coach it's all about the people. If team i mean it's about coaches and players. All all really tried to play their road and believe that you can do something. We read great fan support in south carolina. We were below eligible this year. We'd basically accepted a bowl bid and then of course after a little probably had with trump said in my last football game we decided not to go to a bowl game. I would've liked to vendor micro in a bowl game and yet at the same time within hayes and i'll have the same legacy Last was in clemson was involved. Refer also that's not a great legacy to have necessarily but it's a good football team. Many people coming back in. Like steve spurrier command. And you know he. He's a guy that likes to win. And i think he can win earlier. I believe that in the bud by heart. I think he's an excellent coach. I think the players will respond well to them. And i think we took a the longest losing program the country and took it to a bowl game and he'll take it from there to the championship level when you talk about coaching today And i think about francs being fired after he won nine games and i think about the expectations that go along ty willingham of course sopa but notre dame in his first year wins his first eight and then what has happened to him recently as well. What are the expectations of football coach at a major program today. Well i've been figured that basically very very impatient but you know they. They want instant success. One instant gratification and want to go the top. That the trina goes to the university of louisville inherits a very very good football team. From coach smith went onto michigan state. Now goes between things that a tremendous job but You know feel air. And he has those great athletes. They have great success. Urban meyer. who. I hired at university of notre dame you know he goes to Utah has instant success and everybody sitting there saying well. Hey he can do it let. Let's go get that guy that can do it here that we can win immediately will You know having code having smith there your quarterback as a pretty good asset to have it set about where somebody also had success. And i am sure they they look at it and say well gee they came in and they were down and all of a sudden they one. That's what we want to do and everybody all the fans wanted to two things who's going to be the new coach and he will be the next quarterback i. It's unbelievable i. i don't care you. You want to become unpopular to hurry. Go for being the second team quarterback to the i team the anything too is if you think about it and i was thinking about notre dame just the other day what should be their expectation level and i know the obvious as well to win championships but if you look at the landscape of football today lou there's a lot of teams that are able to get outstanding athletes that don't have the same requirements to get maybe to get into school There's a lot of schools have reputations of putting players into the pros and what have you so having said all of that. What should be the expectation at notre dame today as far as their season and their teams year in year out when further. Joyce hired may at the university of notre dame. He said. I wanna talk to you about a couple of things. Basically not negotiable. These are not negotiable university. Notre dame we are need understand. This now isn't even before i was ever offered the job at you. Know we we. We will not redshirt. We will not take transfer from junior. College will not take a transfer from another school against need search chain core curriculum classes for years of english. Three years of math through calculus at center players are going to miss practice because of late classes or or or labs or tutors or things along that line. The players are going to live on campus. We are going to have great facilities. You have nothing to do with the discipline but athlete on campus We don't pay a whole lot You're not allowed to president of the university. Notre dame was the rule when say they gave the president rates once that they could give me a raise anyone on all that and he said with the we're expecting to compete for a national championship at least once every three or four years and I didn't find anything wrong with ed. And we did the head it. I think that should be their expectations. Not necessarily this year even next year. But i do think They expect Charlie wise to compete for the national championship. And i think he will. The same things are saying about notre dame they said about whenever procedure went there years ago. They said it. When i was there i remember my first year recruiting at notre dame. My aunt had us fifty eight to sixty year before. I got there in their last football game on national television and You go into a home to recruit a young man that have all these That have all these articles in there. About how Notre dame can't win anymore and the schedules to tough. There's all this. And there's all that. And i just don't believe that i i think you know. The sec schedule's pretty tough When i was at university dame might think at fifty four percent of games ever coach there were against a top twenty five football teams. But that's part of notre dame you play the best you know. We played washington when they're really good. We played tennessee. We played texas We we we played Miami florida played. Florida state You just that's just the way you did it at notre dame and I don't think it's any different now. I might be a little bit down right now but yeah. I think it's going to be fine but lou. Isn't it a little bit different. In the sense. That i used to think of notre dame and you probably going into a home where you know it was. I want this kid. The kid's gonna sign right there. It was like with john wooden at ucla. I mean john recruiting because everybody wanted to come and play for john wooden at ucla during those particular years but now the competition it. It's almost like well. We've got a pro passing program so if you're an outstanding quarterback you're going to go to this score that school i mean isn't the the mystique oh most of notre dame and not to their own detriment or fall but isn't it a little bit perceived differently today might be but i don't think necessarily it should be. I mean on tv every saturday. One time when i said notre dame we had fifty seven players active in the nfl. The next was penn state with thirty nine and third with southern cal with thirty eight But we we had to work hard. Recruit again we. We found uphill struggle. But here's the different. We could go to california and would we went after navigate. It was us usc or ucla. When would end attack between us. Texas tech today and you went into florida as a youth. Florida state miami and florida. You went into nebraska to be between you and the university of nebraska. You could go anywhere in the country and you would have legitimate chance to recruit the best athlete in that state but you would have to use the beat. The home state and you didn't always do that but when they start talking about well. Nfl i want this type of program. Notre dame's not a four year decision. Support here decision. What do you do in your football's over guarantee you're gonna play in the nfl with china education. You'll get what are you gonna learn. And are you going to be better prepared to go in there. You know i was watching Tonight on tv On some sports show where they had the ten major mistake officials made and one of them was grown bettas called tails and the guy said hatch. And i had to laugh because a whole time as notre dame the first thing i said the locker room before the game was we will call tales. We always called. This was a game. But i just think that You're still a forty year decision. Not a four year decision. You talk about the only thing that's going to change it from where you are today to where you'll be five years from now the books you read the people you meet in a dream a dream and the baby. You're gonna meet university in our day and they're going to be the ones that are going to be illness companies and being. Ceo's and they're going to be the leaders that those are the people you're gonna come in contact with and then you get him on campus. Let them talk to your athletes now. The guy that doesn't feel comfortable in that environment isn't gonna get isn't gonna fit well notre dame anyway and now there were always people that didn't want the discipline did want the the challenge. Academically didn't want to have to work that hard on their academics guy that they won't be interested in the university of notre dame necessarily but one thing i used to laugh about was you would read. You would read these top twenty two football players in america. What schools air considered and other day. It'd be listed on about eighteen oven. Maybe seven of them. We were recruiting because we couldn't get in school academically. But they would always put notre dame was one of their schools Florida not because it made them look good so to speak and I think notre dame will get back. I really do because it's a national school a special school. One of the thing that i think is the lou holtz legacy when it comes to football in. It's almost like parenting. In a sense. You mentioned about urban meyer. I think a barry alvarez a host of other coaches you must feel awfully proud of the the legacy of lou holtz from the coaches that went on from underneath year wing onto other programs either as assistance or successful head coaches as well. I've always felt that. I learned this from woody. Hayes have an obligation to prepare your coaches to become head coaches. I'd always explain why we did things and how we did it. the philosophy at center. I think we've made it look simple that everybody would come in and they go. I can do that. I wanna be head coach. But i went down. Visit very alvorada in preparation for the bogue. Gabi speed come down and one time we had about. I don't know maybe a sixty some former graduate assistants were either in major college or professional that had been graduate assistant said many people gone on u. p. care coach for me at the university of arkansas. We we started him out You know monte kiffin coach for him in the defense coordinator tampa bay et cetera. Just you know it's just so many coaches you enjoy it and that's one of the reasons why you wanna talk to me. Now's not because. I prepare them but because of the contribution they made our success but not mind. There's there's their contribution to my success is far greater mike. Entre bution to there's
Fresh "utah" from Weekend Edition Saturday
"So Alaska's All Republican congressional delegation has pushed for opening up the coastal plain to drilling. And they're celebrating the news that the government is moving closer to a lease sale alongside oil and gas industry trade groups. And it's important to note that the state of Alaska doesn't have a state income tax or so. Sales tax and a big chunk of government services are funded by oil revenue. So there are Alaskans who support more oil and gas development in the state as a way to more jobs, more revenue good for the economy. And on the other side, there's others, including environmental groups here, Pooh strongly opposed development in the refuge and who have already filed lawsuits in court and say it will cause you're a parable harm to the land and the climate. Some of the most vocal opponents are the question and indigenous group whose members harvest caribou that move through the refuge. Taken handling with Alaska public media in Anchorage. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you. You may have seen this news biologists and Utah looking for bighorn sheep from a helicopter this week. Spider mystery instead, metal upright cut into the stone of deep Rocky wilderness. Authorities declined to say exactly.
Plan released to reduce massive wildfires in US West
"A final programmatic environmental impact statement released by the bureau of land management aims to limit wildfires and promote sagebrush ecosystem restoration in Alice's released Friday does not operate any specific projects and it's still subject to a thirty day public protest period especial se can be used to save time and money and help local land managers comply with the national environmental policy act it affects a three hundred fifty thousand square mile area of the Great Basin and includes parts of Washington Oregon California Nevada Utah and Idaho wildfires continue to impact the high desert ecosystems that support some three hundred and fifty species of wildlife projects to restore sagebrush range land and reduce fuels can reduce the severity of wildfires deputy director Perry Pendley said restoring sagebrush communities improve the sustainability working rangelands and can reduce the expansion of invasive annual grasses I'm Jennifer king
Fresh update on "utah" discussed on KNX Weekend News and Traffic
"5 30 like How do you do safer at home order generating strong reactions? Some people don't like the restrictions or think they don't make sense. Others argue they don't go far enough. Modifications to the health officer order are trying to strike a balance between a total lockdown. And having the ability to make a difference here and remind a professor of epidemiology at U C L. A says the county is reaching a very critical point in the pandemic cases and hospitalizations are soaring, health officials warn. We could see as many as 1000 people a day admitted to local hospitals with covert 19 as early as next week. The new rules taking effect on Monday include a ban on gatherings, tighter occupancy restrictions for a variety of businesses and card rooms and playgrounds will be closed. I do think that they these restrictions will definitely make a difference in terms of driving down cases. We know how this virus spreads spreads when people are in close contact with each other. The order is currently slated to remain in effect for three weeks. It is Of critical importance that people stink about how their actions can impact not only themselves, their families, their community and our economy, because if we could drive down the number of cases in in in L, a county, we will be able to open things back up. It's estimated that about one out of every 145 county residents is currently infectious, meaning they have the virus and maybe passing it on to others without knowing it. Club, you pesky Utah can next in 70 News radio for Pasadena Restaurant got shut down last time have had their health permits suspended for allegedly failing to follow the city's required covert 19 safety rules for continuing to serve diners outdoors. Officials haven't revealed yet the names of those restaurants but say they're all now have to schedule a hearing and then be inspected before being allowed to resume any kind of business, including take out and delivery. Pasadena, which has its own health department, and said it will let its restaurants continue outdoor service for now, if they follow strict rules, despite in order by L. A county that was meant to stop all outdoor dining for the next few weeks. Point Park police of the C H e still looking for the driver who tried to run over a motorcycle officer who just pulled him over CBS Tuesdays. When Shaw says above the scene on the 91 Freeway and Bulletin, he took a look down. It was quite.
Mysterious monolith discovered in Utah desert
"A mysterious object resembling the free standing plank sculptures of the late minimalist artist. Joan mccracken or the alien monoliths in stanley kubrick's sci-fi classic. Two thousand one space odyssey has been discovered in a remote area of the utah desert prompting theories ranging from extraterrestrial visitation to avocado installation biologists from the utah. Division of wildlife spotted. The monolith from a helicopter welcomed up during a routine count of bighorn sheep in the area. The location of melissa has not been disclosed but the footage shiny object in store within a red rock canyon suggested that live somewhere in southern utah which has distinct ecological landscape
Fresh "utah" from America First with Sebastian Gorka
"Fight against covert 19. Protect your family from the spread of this deadly disease and stay safe with egg surgeon. Final Environmental impact statement released by the Bureau of Land Management aims to limit wildfires and promote sage brush ecosystem restoration at the same time. More details on that plan from correspondent Jennifer King. The analysis released Friday does not operate any specific projects, and it's still subject to a 30 Day public protest period, but officials say it could be used to save time and money and help local land managers comply with the National Environmental Policy Act. It affects a 350,000 square mile area of the Great Basin and includes parts of Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, Utah and Idaho. Wildfires continue to impact the high desert ecosystems that supports and 350 species of wildlife projects to restore.
Larry Fitzgerald Will Reportedly Miss Patriots-Cardinals Game With COVID-19, Boston
"Another player tested positive. In college football Saturdays. USC home game against Colorado was canceled. The Trojans don't have enough scholarship players available. Reportedly an offensive line due to Kobe issues. Colorado instead will host San Diego State this weekend tonight on FX. One Utah State came back to beat New Mexico College basketball wins for Gonzaga and Villanova. I'm Steve
Fresh update on "utah" discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Up fellas the return every time killing it boy killing it again today. managed echoes fight. Is this the fighting man. I mean he's a for me 'cause he you don't show up into big fights like like he don't show up he I guess canal. It looks like he's fighting instead against triple. Gd didn't get going to the last part one that that child Listening jamal jamal. Jamal wanted of them but This is really not to me. He has nothing to win in. Its fight he's got a really good or he's just gonna go to to to look an average everybody in this fight he's really should take this guy out and if you don't it is going to be more more suspect than anything. He he really need a charles fight to get him back. And i don't think he can be china. I don't have them doing nothing to general. What's jacob jacobsen. Wins Well he didn't give them the one with Chimpanzee because he kind of started off. No okay utah utah. He won now. I really can't put a single. I i kinda i kinda thought. He came back and that fight. I didn't think that i took you got the denied on that one because.
Activists Say A Simple Ban On 'No-Knock' Raids May Not Be Enough
"Movement to limit the no knock warrants that let police burst into residences without warning activists were inspired by the death of Briana Taylor, who was shot during a questionable drug raid on her apartment in Louisville last March. NPR's Martin cost has more. No knock legislation is being considered across the country this year in places like Kentucky, Ohio in New York, the one state that collects annual data about police. Forcible entry raids is Utah and the numbers there show that they're mostly used for drug enforcement. Connor Boyack runs a libertarian policy is to they're called the bear to us, and he says, it's timeto act on those statistics. Do we really want to be recognizing the lives of individuals for drug searches? As we've seen? We've seen it in Utah. We've seen it with Rianna Taylor was seen it elsewhere. We're losing lives over this, and so is it worth it? As legislation has drawn up, the activists are realizing that a simple ban on no knock raids may not do that much actual know Knox are relatively rare. Even the raid that killed Briana Taylor may not have been executed as a no knock. I was facing the door a taste. That's what we hear in this body camera video from the immediate aftermath of the raid. Taylor's boyfriend accuses the police of just barging in and shooting. But a cop on the scene denies that. No. Three times he starts warning. Don't try that. It's hard to make out there. But the cop in the video says no, no, we announced three times police search warrant. If that's true, then the raid was executed as a knock and announce, and a ban on know Knox would have stopped it. We actually have to be more stringent about all types of search warrants on de specially knocking announce warrants. That's Katie Ryan with a criminal justice reform group known as campaign zero. Flimsy legislation would not stop officers from technically knocking and announcing hitting the door wants saying officers than using the battering ram. You know and shredding someone's door. Because warrant policy and legislation has so few requirements, so they've expanded their campaign toe add requirements to knock and announce warrants, too. Their wish list includes things like limiting the raids to daytime hours, making sure the officers are in uniform and that the Intel about who's inside the house is up to date. But perhaps the most contentious of their proposals is the minimum weight time. They say Police should pause at least 30 seconds after they first announced themselves. Virginia State legislator Luxuries aired thinks that makes sense not announced. Wait for someone inside to respond to gather themselves, you know, make a decision about how they're getting ready to choose to interact with law enforcement. Before any additional action is taken. Aired. Got a package of warrant requirements passed in Virginia this fall. But the 32nd wait. Time was something she could not get through. It was called dangerous to officers. And that's the feeling of Thor feels. He used to be a SWAT commander in Colorado Springs. And he's now the head of the National Tactical Officers Association to have a blanket stipulation of a mandated time for waiting. Just increases risk, he says. 30 seconds may seem a reasonable wait time outside of a large single family house in the middle of the night. But outside, say, a small motel room containing a potentially armed fugitive 30 seconds would be way too long for those officers at the door. Feels believes fast paced. Forced entries should be a last resort. But they should still be there as an option, along with other approaches, such as partial entries or surrounding the residents and calling the suspect by phone. All of these are part of this whole risk analysis. That is absolutely the most critical component in determining what option is likely to be the most successful with the least amount of risk to everybody involved. He thinks the courts have actually got the balance right by telling police to be quote reasonable and how they execute a warrant. And if police go too far, the court can always throw out the evidence from the raid. But hell says he also understands what he calls the emotion coming out of incidents such as the death of Briana Taylor, which is driving this campaign to more clearly define what a reasonable police raid should look like. Martin cost NPR NEWS.
Activists Say A Simple Ban On 'No-Knock' Raids May Not Be Enough
"The no knock warrants that let police burst into residences without warning activists were inspired by the death of Briana Taylor, who was shot during a questionable drug raid on her apartment in Louisville last March. NPR's Martin cost has more. No knock legislation is being considered across the country this year in places like Kentucky, Ohio in New York, the one state that collects annual data about police. Forcible entry raids is Utah and the numbers there show that they're mostly used for drug enforcement. Connor Boyack runs a libertarian policy is to they're called the bear to us, and he says, it's timeto act on those statistics. Do we really want to be recognizing the lives of individuals for drug searches? As we've seen? We've seen it in Utah. We've seen it with Briana Taylor was seen it elsewhere. We're losing lives over this, and so is it worth it? But as legislation has drawn up, the activists are realizing that a simple ban on no knock raids may not do that. Much actual know Knox are relatively rare. Even the raid that killed Briana Taylor may not have been executed as a no knock. Somebody was facing the door a taste. That's what we hear in this body camera video from the immediate aftermath of the raid. Taylor's boyfriend accuses the police of just barging in and shooting. But a cop on the scene denies that three times he starts warming. Don't try that. It's hard to make out there. But the cop in the video says no, no, we announced three times police search warrant. If that's true, then the raid was executed as a knock and announce, and a ban on know Knox would have stopped it. We actually have to be more stringent about all types of search warrants on de specially knocking announce warrants. That's Katie Ryan with a criminal justice reform group known as campaign zero. Flimsy legislation would not stop officers from technically knocking and announcing Hitting the door once saying officers then using the battering ram. You know and shredding someone's door. Because warrant policy and legislation has so few requirements, so they've expanded their campaign toe add requirements to knock and announce warrants, too. Their wish list includes things like limiting the raids to daytime hours, making sure the officers are in uniform and that the Intel about who's inside the house is up to date. But perhaps the most contentious of their proposals is the minimum weight time. They say Police should pause at least 30 seconds after they first announced themselves. Virginia State legislator Luxuries aired thinks that makes sense not announced. Wait for someone inside to respond to gather themselves, you know, make a decision about how they're getting ready to choose to interact with law enforcement. Before any additional action is taken. Aired got a package of warrant requirements passed in Virginia this fall. But the 32nd wait. Time was something she could not get through. It was called dangerous to officers, and that's the feeling of Thor feels. He used to be a SWAT commander in Colorado Springs. And he's now the head of the National Tactical Officers Association to have a blanket stipulation of a mandated time for waiting. Just increases risk, he says. 30 seconds may seem a reasonable wait time outside of a large single family house in the middle of the night, but outside, say, a small motel room containing a potentially armed fugitive. 30 seconds would be way too long for those officers at the door. Feels believes fast paced. Forced entries should be a last resort. But they should still be there as an option, along with other approaches, such as partial entries or surrounding the residents and calling the suspect by phone. All of these are part of this whole risk analysis. That is absolutely the most critical component in determining what option is likely to be the most successful with the least amount of risk to everybody involved. He thinks the courts have actually got the balance right by telling police to be quote reasonable and how they execute a warrant. And if police go too far, the court can always throw out the evidence from the raid. But hell says he also understands what he calls the emotion coming out of incidents such as the death of Briana Taylor, which is driving this campaign to more clearly define what a reasonable police raid should look like. Martin cost NPR news.
Phone addiction not driven by notifications, study finds
"Study of smartphone use by the london school of economics and political science found that eighty nine percent of phone. Interactions were unprompted while the remaining eleven percent were because of notifications thirty-seven participants in the study in the uk. Germany and france war cameras to record their phone. Interactions user spent less time on their phone when they were home with other people and the most time when they were on public transport. The study indicates more research is needed about why people interact with their phones.
Mysterious monolith discovered in Utah desert
"Monolithic structure that was discovered in utah in a cave. But like it's not natural looking. It's like a black kind of like ten foot obelisk or something like that. I don't know if that's big enough to be novelist. But monolith a monolith right so sorry. Yeah i don't know. What did you think it's aliens. You think it's aliens. I mean that's the question right. Who put it there. Yeah because there's no no one's claimed it it dropped. They said like there's no signs of it was dropped. It just appeared You know. I'm going go aliens on this one. It sounds gnarly. I mean the article Heavily references two thousand one space odyssey. Which is where i get the word monolith from because that's like what's all about and so they're like. Oh maybe it's a fans. I think they filmed that in the utah desert. And they're kind of saying like oh. Some artists did an installation like it looks artistic more than like anything else They thought like oh nassar put it. They're like bounce satellite signals author. But it's kind of like lowered into some rocks and stuff which would be interfere so it's not quite ideal for that. So i think the leading theory in the article was like like an artistic installation or something. Yeah
An Unexplained Monolith in the Utah Desert
"A helicopter crew from. Utah's department of public safety. Were on a routine assignment coming bighorn sheep in the southeastern part of the state when they spotted a mysterious silver monolith in the middle of the red rock standing about ten to twelve feet tall. Perfect shiny triangular prism the crew. Says it definitely looks like it was planted there on purpose not dropped from above on accident. Short of some nasa experiment pilot brit. Hutchings thinks it was probably put there by an artist maybe fan of two thousand one. A space odyssey. It does bear a striking resemblance to the black monolith that appears in that film but the department of public safety reminded people in a statement that installations on public land require permits quote. No matter what planet. You're from end quotes. They've also said they won't disclose exactly where they found it. Because it's in a location that could be dangerous to navigate for amateur hikers. And they don't want to cause curious visitors to injure themselves or become stranded. But they did post a bunch of photos and videos taken by the crew with the monolith including one where one of the guys standing on top of another one's shoulders to get a measurement of the monolith against lincoln. The show notes. So you can see for yourself with this mysterious structure. Looks like i'm kind of curious how long it's been there you know. How often do people fly over this part of red rock country looking for sheep or otherwise paying close enough attention to have noticed it. The guardian pointed out that some people have noticed. The monolith bears striking resemblance to the works of artists. John mccracken who did live in nearby new mexico but died. Eight years ago he's galleries. David's werner did not return request for comment from the guardian. Is it possible. The monolith has been there for over eight years just waiting to be discovered or was it planted by someone else or some thing else. I guess we'll just have to wait and see.
Utah basketball coach Larry Krystkowiak says he tested positive for COVID-19, along with multiple players in the program
"University of Utah basketball coach Larry Christo Biak said on his weekly radio show Monday night that he has tested positive for covert 19. Youth coach who's heading into his 10th season, also said the lion's share of a total of eight players who are living in two houses five and 13 and the other Have recently contracted the virus. Utah basketball spokesperson declined to provide the exact number of positive cases within the program. Utah announced it will not be playing New Orleans on Friday to open the season, but they're planning their season opener for December 3rd against Washington in the Pac 12 game. Maybe we'll see. Everybody recovers from covert. And there are new new cases before December 3rd that doesn't seem like that far away.
What It Means When Hospitals Say They Have To Ration Care
"19 hospitalizations in the U. S. Now tops 83,000, as will Stone reports. Some hospitals are warning they may have to ration care to include a patient's odds of survival. In hospitals get strained, they resort to so called crisis standards of care. It's a guide for how to prioritize care during a catastrophic event. Both the Midwest and South have close to 30,000 patients hospitalized for Cove It Dan Hand Fling is an emergency physician who helped craft one of the national models for crisis standards of care. Unfortunately, I think you know, looking into the very near future. We may soon cross that threshold. Some states, including Utah in Missouri, have warned this could be coming handling says it will be done incrementally, and he expects the biggest issue will be having enough trained staff not supplies like ventilators for
Carl Bernstein says 21 GOP senators contemptuous of Trump
"Former Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein's tweeted out the names of nearly two dozen Republican senators who he says have criticized the president behind his back but some of those named are denying the report Karl burns Steen took to Twitter denouncing the senators quote Craven public silence that's helped enable president trump's most grievous conduct he listed twenty one names Utah's Mitt Romney is on the list earlier this month casting doubt on trump's claim the election and somehow been stolen not accurate and to destructive but senator Chuck Grassley spokesman disputes his listing saying there's no difference between what the senator says publicly and privately South Carolina senator Tim Scott's office called his placement on the list baseless accusations of someone who clearly has an axe to grind burns Steen said he learned about the politicians suppose it feelings through conversations with their colleagues staff members lobbyists and White House aides Jackie Quinn Washington
NBA free agency: Jayson Tatum agrees to extension with Boston Celtics and Gordon Hayward's big move to Charlotte Hornets
"Let me run the floor through a bunch of nba moves. That got made yesterday in case you didn't see this. There was a bunch of stuff and it begins with huge money for jason tatum and the celtics. He's agreed to a five year extension with boston for at least a hundred and sixty three million dollars with incentives. It goes up to that number. You see there of one hundred ninety five twenty. Two years old made his first all star team last year. Lead boston to the conference. Finals were also getting paid gordon hayward now the former celtic signs of four year one hundred twenty million dollar contract with charlie. He spent three mostly disappointing seasons in boston. End up missing one hundred and forty two games because of injuries after missing just forty two his first seven years in utah and speaking of utah. Donovan mitchell a five year extension with the jazz. That could be worth as much as one hundred ninety million dollars. Submitting his star status in the orlando bubbly average. Nearly thirty seven a game in utah. Seven game a playoff series loss to the nuggets celebrated the new contract with the dive into the
Dr. Leana Wen (with Rock the Boat)
"I'm happy to join you today. I am dr lena. I'm emergency physician and public health professor george washington university. I also previously served as the health commissioner for the city of baltimore into it wouldn't be a complete introduction here without mentioning that i am a chinese american immigrant. My parents and i came to the us. Just before. i turned eight. And i'm also the you mother of two. I have a son who just turned three and a baby daughter who is five months old. My gosh congratulations. I also noticed that you are from shanghai. As am i so. I don't know if that you still speak shanghainese at all at home. I actually never did. Because i was raised primarily with my grandparents on my father's side whom did not come from shanghai and so i understand shanghainese but actually never spoke. We will not do a practice here. team that don't come late rayo he say you're gonna understand it and kerley speak it. It's always great to connect with somebody from my hometown. We always love to start with an origin story. Lena and you just have such an incredible ordinance story. And you've talked about it in your ted talks and everything but i'm kind of curious like what little was like thinking about this because i look at my son and someone told me prior to you having kids and i didn't really understand this. They said your son or your your children will have all of your best characteristics but also all of your worst characteristics whereas you as parents or adults are able to filter out to end can elise temper your worst. Tendencies your wounded just wash. Show you on your worst using so. I'm thinking about that as i'm answer your question because when i see my son i think is a lot of the same of the worst tendencies up. I think i was very opinionated. Child if you who's who as adults don't find surprising at all. I don't know if i threw a lot of tantrums by son deafening does so i. I'm not sure if it from me or my husband but you know because my parents and i came. When i was pretty young and i think like many immigrant families. We went through a lot of hardships. When we first came to the us we came to utah. Which is another kind of a strange story. Because what shanghai china has in common with. Logan utah is really not very much. Yeah but my mother had actually spoken to a professor of hers back in shanghai and she had gotten into to university so we came because like might. My mother was a graduate student. Here and got into universities one was utah state university in logan utah and the other was university of illinois in chicago and her professor said to her. Oh utah that is. The place to be your. In retrospect your leg. Chicago's way more like shanghai than utah. I think it's just a reminder of how much of our lives are determined by circumstances like that and so we ended up in utah and then we were in la and you know. My parents always worked for jobs just to make ends meet. And so i think so much of what shapes be early on. Were the struggles. Have my parents went through. I mean these things that people referred to as entitlements me. My mother depend on wake when she was pregnant with my sister here in the us we depend on food stamps stamp in. We depend on a medicaid in children's health insurance program and i went to public school all the way throughout including college. Those were not entitlements for us. Those were our lifeline. I can really relate to that so my parents moved to toledo ohio after shanghai as well and when we first arrived in ohio rolling. There's nobody here and just like snow on the ground. There's like nothing around. And i think just the impression of what america is back then is is is just so different and dissimilar to to your family. My mom worked many different jobs like she's worked as a grocer. She's worked at a karaoke bar at some point and so i can totally relate. And it's such a quintessential immigrant story for so many of us. Did your parents ever want you to be anything as you were growing up. It's a good question. It's hard to separate it at this point. Because i am one of those knowing people who always knew that i wanted to be a doctor and so i don't know whether it was something that could be influenced by my parents impossibly but they also knew that it was something that had wanted to do and so encouraged it and so it's kind of hard to tell i will say that i think a lot of immigrants may be able to relate to this too in the us we didn't have any connections. It's not as if we knew doctors right. And so i knew my pediatrician. But i wasn't exactly someone that you could just go to become a doctor in so it was actually really challenged him even in college. I didn't know how to be a doctor. I mean i just didn't have the networks of people who could tell me you need to be taking this m cap prep cores and you need to be volunteering at hospitals in how here's how you get a shadowing experience and These are the types of activities that you should be involved in an and i think that's what's made me want to be in medical education also because i think there are so many people who have that passion for medicine or for whatever other fueled before just never given the opportunity and it's one thing for us to talk about we should have programs to recruit underrepresented minorities and to encourage people who otherwise didn't know about different fields before but for so many people that there's just so much in that experience that's not at all we could imagine including the levels of loans that you have to go through in order to get educated so i think all that is an important component to.
Atlanta Hawks find shooting, much more in Danilo Gallinari addition
"Re signed Marcus Morris. Reported four years $64 million. Meanwhile, the Clippers don't have mantra as Harold He goes to the Lakers one year plus an option. Lakers also get veteran guard Wesley Matthews Center Dwight Howard leaves L. A to go to Philadelphia. Utah gives Jordan Clark and Derrick favors multiyear deals. Atlanta Finalizing a three year deal with Danilo Gallinari And Sacramento guard dear and Fox agreed to a five year Max extension worth $163 million. He averaged 21 points and seven assists per game last season. Back to you.
All Your Genes Are Belong To Us
"The story of gene patenting kind of starts in the nineteen seventies when scientists figured out how to modify genes in a lab until nineteen eighty living. Things mostly couldn't be patented but that year the supreme court said i guess. These new modified genes are inventions. And pretty soon after that the patent office started granting patents not just on those modified genes but even on genes that scientists had just managed to isolate an extract from the body which started this huge genetic goldrush hundreds of new biotech companies popped up and suddenly the human genome started to look kind of like an uncharted surveyors map with hidden treasure. Worth millions of dollars just lurking out there in the genetic code by the early nineties. One of the biggest genetic treasures was the gene responsible for most cases of inherited breast and ovarian cancer the b. r. c. h. Gene and women with the brca gene have up to a seventy percent chance of getting breast cancer. Compared to about just ten percent for the general population. There was an enormous international race to find this gene and when myriad genetics was founded in one thousand nine hundred one winning the race to find the brca gene was a top priority geneticists. Sean teigen was one of the first people hired at myriad genetics. I had never heard of myriad. In fact i was roughly employee number. Ten sean and myriad hoped that if they could find this gene they could diagnose people at risk of developing breast and ovarian cancer and create tests and treatments for it nasa whereafter in the end is to add years to the lives of the people who buy you know unfortunate chance inherited a mutation in one of these genes. The trick to locating this gene is to identify families where breast cancer clusters. And then if you compare the dna of the people in those families who got cancer versus older people in the family who never got it. It will probably lead you to the gene and in the race to find this gene. Mary has a huge head. Start mostly because of its location in salt lake city. Utah has this comprehensive database of anyone who's developed cancer in the state. It is also home to the mormon church which famously keeps extensive genealogical records show. They're thinking when if just cross-referenced reference those two databases they'd have themselves a ready made pool of promising dna candidates and then they could get straight to mining for mutations sean and his team at myriad get to work. They are working around the clock all hands on deck. How did you guys think about what the stakes were for you. Guys you know in this race returned to arrive there. I i was merely an existential question for the company. There wasn't any doubt about that. It was like if we can find this than the company is going to be successful. And if we don't find it we're probably gonna shrivel up and go hundreds of other scientists around the world were also looking for this gene if myriad doesn't want to shrivel up and go away they have to get to it i after four long years of mining. Dna myriad finally strikes gold they find the mutated gene living on chromosome seventeen from what is now known to be base pair. Forty three million forty four thousand two hundred ninety five to base pair forty three million one hundred twenty five thousand three hundred and sixty four myriad extracts and isolates gene and almost immediately stakes its claim on it by filing a patent but profiting off of that patent turns out to be a whole other problem. There's just no good way to make a drug or treatment based on this gene so instead they focused solely on making a test that would tell people if they have the gene. Though even tasked will be hard to make money off of because brca is like say cova testing where you might get tested over and over or a drug the take every day you know the same person will use a particular patent drug again and again and again and again but they get the information that they are mutations carrier wanted to. They don't need to have that test again. It's done so. The prophet situation is different. Myriad cooks up a solution to this profit problem i. They will make the cadillac of tests the very best cancer gene test of all time and they will charge a premium for it then myriad starts using. Its patent to do what happens. Do best to create a monopoly if anyone else tries to make comprehensive diagnostic test based on their brca genes including some researchers myriad says kindly cease and desist last piece of the prophet puzzle. They get to work driving up demand. Genetic testing for breast cancer was relatively new thing. People didn't really know about it yet. So myriad launched a big marketing campaign aimed mostly at doctors and clinics. But then they test out something that hadn't really been done before with genetic testing breast cancer runs in my family. My mother my dad's sisters. I wondered if it would be inevitable. The trade marketing their test directly to consumers talk to your doctor or visit brac now dot com myriad says they invested around five hundred million dollars to develop and market the test and that they didn't even turn a profit until two thousand eight and says patenting. The gene was the key. That's the only way myriad could get the time and money needed to create what they deemed one of the most sophisticated genetic tests to date attest that gave more than a million people information about their risk for breast and ovarian cancer. But as you may remember not everyone saw myriads business model in the same positive light first of all that direct marketing to a broad swath of consumers less than ten percent of women are even good candidates for this test so there were concerns that myriad was encouraging all of these people to try to get a test that most of them don't even need that cost thousands of dollars before insurance and back at the. Aclu that lawyer. Chris hansen by the mid-2000s he'd spent a few years learning all about gene patenting and looking into the ways myriad was doing business and he had a few concerns of his own for example. Chris says people who did take myriads test might have been getting a false sense of security because his cadillac of tests. The original version of that test did not screen for several dangerous mutations in the gene which came to light after they'd gone to market so that even if you are a result back from myriad saying you're fine you weren't necessarily fine which you know. Science is a process of learning but once myriad realized its mistake and fix the test if customers wanted to take their new and improved. Test that identifies mutations that was gonna cost extra and chris says myriad police it's gene patents so aggressively that no other comprehensive. Brca test was available. So if you were worried that myriad had missed something. There was no way to get a second opinion myriad. Genetics was the only place in the country. You could go if you wanted to be tested other labs could could technically do be. Rca screening were not allowed to do so because of Myriads hat myriad told us. Look we only actually filed two lawsuits against our patent but scientists. We spoke with told us that myriad also sent out a ton of letters that threatened legal action which had basically the same effect of shutting down testing efforts and many scientists were already frustrated with myriad because the race define these genes in the first place had been largely collaborative among scientists around the world and yes myriad had found the gene i but they've done it with the help of everyone else's published work and then they used their patent rights to essentially claim testing for it all to themselves and because really only myriad could test for these genes only they could gather certain kinds of really valuable new data about inherited breast cancer they collected and years of data most of which they also didn't share with the rest of the breast cancer research community. They had this gigantic database of brca one jeans and the various variations of the brca jeans myriad refused to share that database with the scientific community. We spoke to the folks at myriad and they told us that they didn't want to share their genetic database with the broader scientific community out of a concern for patient privacy. They say the pricing of tests has always been proportionate to the costs of developing and bringing them to market and they say they're patent strategy was in line with others in the industry. But chris's concerns went. Far beyond myriads business model far beyond myriad used it's gene patents for him myriad was just a symptom of a much more fundamental issue. The real problem to chris was that genes could even be patented at all. The notion that some private company to own a part of my body and i can't look at it without paying a royalty to some private company seemed to me blindingly obviously a civilization and when chris hansen sees a civil liberties issue. He knows what to
Heading home for the holiday? Get a virus test, colleges say
"College students are being prepared on campus for thanksgiving break by getting a corona virus test the fear is college students heading home could also bring the virus home various schools have various types of tests to live a lot less Bob deep into your nose at the university of Utah Laurie macdonald says they found a way to test more students are using a rapid test that allows the person to do it themselves kind of take a swab of their nose Devin king got the test it was a little strange at first definitely having that was something of your nose definitely felt weird for the first time doing it it wasn't as bad as I expected though I've heard a lot of horror stories the university of Pittsburgh isn't testing students before they leave worried the task could be unreliable giving students a false sense of security I'm at Donahue
NCAA postpones more games due to COVID-19
"The N C a a Is now dealing with an increase in games being canceled or postponed with 13 this weekend that will not be played as regularly scheduled on our Western hotline right now is Adam Rittenberg. Adam is the senior college football writer for ESPN. Nice enough to join us on the show. Adam, it's Howard and Jeremy. Good morning. Thanks for coming on with us today. Thank you Have any good morning, guys. So the numbers have gone up last week was to that point a season high and that has now been topped by this week. How concerning is this for college football? Yeah, I mean, it's definitely concerning because it's upsetting the schedule and it's reflecting what's going on in the country and again. This is gonna be the cage throughout the rest of the year. I think what we'll certainly monitor is whether they'll be some weeks added on the back end, if if the playoffs does Have to move back. I think there's a least been some initial discussions there. Although there's real resistance to changing the schedule, there's a feeling around the sport. Let's get in what we can get in and let's move on the 2021 When things certainly look better and likely, or to have a robust season with fans and hopefully everybody back to normal, So it's certainly a struggle because you know there could be even more cancelations today. There's there's test results coming in every Friday, and those are those are big usually tell you whether you can play or not. So this is just going to be the reality and a lot of people expected. This reality. There's two ways to look at this guy. There's there's the wildest cancelations and postponements are going up enough enough. But you also have gotten in a lot of games this year. And, you know, you ask people that summer. Was there gonna be any college football? A lot of people said No. So you can certainly look at it with the glass half full approach as well. So I was one of the people who was leaning towards no. I didn't think they could pull this off. Now I'm curious. Weep, and we've been talking about the NFL. The NFL's, you know, in pretty good shape, and they've also been adjusting protocols when needed, You know, maybe adding different layers and trying to help, you know, reduce the number of cases they're dealing with. And they haven't had any games changed in awhile. Has the N C a done the same thing Or is there anything else they could do to try and tweet protocols? Help out in any way reduced the number of cases they're dealing with, You know, no it again. A lot of these schools are at the mercy of their local public health departments, which you're very different. Place to place in the one thing I know coaches would love to see an adjustment is the contact tracing me? Everybody understand that somebody test positive. They're not gonna be with the team for a while, but the hard part for a lot of coaches to accept. Is the number of players that have to be out when they continually test negative for the virus and is showing no symptoms and never end up having the virus. But they have to sit out for two weeks because that's the guidelines. Lot of these schools are following the CDC guidelines, so I don't anticipate anything changing its far as reducing the amount of time Someone would have to be in contact tracing. I think there was an anticipation that daily testing in leagues like the big 10 in the Pac 12 with limit outbreaks, but unfortunately, you've seen outbreaks. I mean, Arizona State has one right now. Maryland has a significant outbreak because Cancelations. Wisconsin had that a few weeks ago. It seems to me guys that once a team goes through an outbreak that pretty much wiped out two weeks, they're typically okay. It's kind of like, Can you get through that one and then try to avoid a second one. But obviously there's a number of teams that haven't had any so far, so that could still be coming. You mentioned the big 10, and they don't really have wiggle room right with the way their schedule was structured of the power five leagues. Do you think one in particular is really at a disadvantage more than anybody else? All right. I think it's the Pac 12 just to the fact that they only had a six game season to begin with. And now you've already had your cancelations. Utah hasn't played a game. This is crazy to Wayne played its 10th game last night and you saw hasn't played a game yet. Fortunately, it looks like they're gonna be able to play this weekend. Against USC, But at the most, they're going to get four games before Championship weekend and then hopefully a fit on go. That's just the reality in the Pac 12 in the big 10 in those leagues initially decided not to play based on information they had back in August, and we could certainly criticize that decision. I have, but but again, that was different time and a different set of information. I think it would have benefited everybody honestly. Given the trend of the virus to start earlier and try to get as many games in, you know, one thing that was said yesterday by Maryland head team physician is that this has been said by a lot of people around football. That's sport is not transmitting the virus. Yeah, People are not getting it from playing the sport with with teammates or against each other. They're getting it because of the communities that their ends, and that's that's. The problem is that these numbers are going up and up and up. So many communities where college football is being played. Now, unless you're very lucky or very disciplined. It's going to get into your building. And once it does, it's very difficult to prevent an
"utah" Discussed on Big Time Basketball
"As always five star of our show the White Mama Brian. SCALLOP. Brainy. Scale some amazing news and notes here one from our producer. Jake. Galley we've talked over the first half hour or so of this show about the Utah Jazz being sold breaking news out of Salt Lake. This morning there were sold to young billionaire. Ryan Smith. He's only forty years old he founded. Tech. Company called call tricks based out. Utah, now. He owns the Utah Jazz for a purchase price of one point six, billion dollars. In fact, his introductory press conference is going on right now as scale due to some quick research by our producer Jake Galley who is as usual is on top of these. Things I'm scale. So we go back thirty five years to win. The Miller family bought the Utah Jazz, in the mid eighties killed them Miller's Larry H. Miller family bought the Utah Jazz thirty, five years ago for twenty two, million dollars twenty, two, million with an m they sold the team today to Ryan Smith for one point, six, billion dollars with a B.. So that Brian Gala Brainy over thirty five year period is almost a seventy three times return on your investment scale if you own anything for thirty five years yes that is a long time but if you make seventy three times your money. Well. Yeah. That's that is quite remarkable. Twenty, two man. John Stockton should have just said I'll play for free just give me the teen like, why would you? Why do I need a salad just play for the price of the team I'm trying to think of the owner of. The story but there was a player who back in the day had a contract negotiation and he was asking ownership for contracts and the owner basically said, look the other way. Why don't you give me that money? You know give you the team. If you want that much money. You pay me that and you can own the team. Line I'll do some more searching back tomorrow on who it was, but that was back twenty thirty years ago now. We have a lot about the big dog. Robinson wasn't Glenn Big Dog Robinson. I think that's exactly it was. I. Think Herb Kohl was the owner of the Milwaukee Bucks. I appreciate you bail me out there with the explanation I think it was Glenn Big Dog Robinson scale. He was one of the guys before the rookie scale contract. I'd instituted that was one of the reasons the rookie scale contract instituted because of that time the number one pick in the draft or even the top couple picks in the draft came into league is some of the highest paid players in. The League so you imagine any rookie especially, this year's draft my goodness in two thousand twenty where the uncertainty of the top of the draft imagine if Anthony Edwards Lamelo ball or James Wiseman whoever goes number one if those guys came in and they were making money that was in the range of Lebron James and Chris Paul and Russell. Westbrook and these veterans stars that happened in the NBA back in. The day that happened recently in the NFL and then in the NFL the looked at it. So wait a minute why are we paying James Winston Sam Bradford with these guys more than Tom Brady and drew brees that doesn't make sense you know. So that changes been I think a good one because you know putting that amount of money in rookie stance but especially scalp putting that amount of pressure on. Them where the highest paid players in the League from day one, I think that can have a detrimental effect. So good changes. By the NBA, in the NFL scale, we've been jazz heavy on this show. Obviously, we weren't aware of this morning of the news it was about to break with the sale, but let's get stick with the time get into the roster because they are an interesting team last year. They had a very good regular season they finished forty, four and twenty eight. To sixty one percent winning percentage gal. That was six in the western. conference. In the playoffs they surprised you and especially through the first four games of the series we thought without Bogdanovich they'd be in trouble scowl they were leading the Denver Nuggets three one before Denver had the historic comeback flip the script and then Utah, lost in excruciating fat fashion with Mike. Conley three point runner from the left wing running out as the buzzer expired that shot would have sent them through to the next round and playing the clippers in the second the shot goes out and instead the. Denver Nuggets went through. But scale they have some interesting decisions first and foremost I think this one's pretty easy. But let me ask you this is the form of a question scale if you were Ryan Smith in one or the Utah Jazz and Quin night on the sidelines especially Dennis Lindsey and the guys in the Front Office led by Justin Zanuck David Moore way would you give Donovan Mitchell a five-year Max extension which the jazz are eligible now to do as soon as the off season starts That's easy. That's an easy one right I'm seeing is wrong. I love to hear your opinion. You're the guy that does this but I would think that that's open and shut. How much can we are you? Okay. All right. Yeah, I think there are a few in this year's rookie class that are no brainers. Donovan Mitchell is one of them to do the five-year Max Extension Jason Tatum in Boston is another I put Bam out of bio in Miami in that category difference with those three teams I'll put Mitchell and tatum on one side and bio, and the other is the heat or a cap space team in twenty, twenty one, they want to preserve that space. So I think we've talked about on this show, they're less likely to be eager to do that whereas I think if you're the Boston Celtics led by Danny Ainge and the great staff there or Utah Dennis Lindsay those guys, they have a terrific. Group as well. You say, look, we're not a cap space team next year. So what's our most important priority than our most important priority is getting our young stud whether it's Donovan Mitchell Jason Tatum locked up for as long as possible, and that would be an exciting day for Celtics fans. I've tatum resigns and jazz fans if Mitchell resigns because that means schedule, you have those guys under contractual.
"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 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 The Rubin Report
"In a in a red state but also what i mentioned earlier about the it seems to me that the dnc and the entire leadership from bernie and elizabeth warren and keep alison tom perez like those guys seem way more left some of the things you've talked about here so i don't it's almost like why would they want to support you like they've you're sort of against the stuff that they're kind of tom perez visited utah couple of times he's pretty committed to playing every zip code and i think he's building towards that i mean the republican party and the democratic party have different influences within its governance structure so i haven't given up on the dnc paying attention to utah i think they've done a good job in the past year in really engaging listening what's most important to me is that we get to the point where both parties actually recognize that there are cities and there are communities and they're all smart small towns aside from los angeles new york city big cities in florida excetera chicago we're there people on the ground in my state in need with the new government to lift them up or need some support in some way from community base networks and i think that we have become both not as in this isn't just the party's washington governed a little too focused i think on urban centers do you think we're just too reliant on government in general that the answer always seemed for both parties at this point i mean there's a couple out liars i think rand paul always bring up he's trying obviously have disagreements with him on the on the amount of government but i see him as someone that's earnestly trying to fight for what he believes in and usually fall short because the system doesn't allow it that much.
"utah" Discussed on PTI
"Interruption but i'm mike global we're on espn two tony does today but because we're professionals we're going to give full espn level effort right tony whatever not the attitude don't you like no you like the houston rockets last night i was gone through the first quote is well myself to sleep as their coach somebody maybe we love them the sleep by picking no series to play i'm gonna stand by that agency we're gonna pti boys and girls today's episode the sixers and celtics bag at the nhl suspends a capital and do kids a fifth five star recruit but we begin today with the single most stunning win in the nba playoffs so far houston losing to utah in houston last night on her and not on some buzzerbeater no uta won this one convincingly houston coach dan tony seda's team was quote lulled to sleep unquote will bundle this game have you reevaluating how this series will play out yet tony really would not necessarily result how will play out guess i mean like you we should start to segment with an apology to the utah jazz and people who follow them because we've dismissed them we were dismissive of them and that will turns out to be wrong because now they've won is game a houston i fully expect utah donovan mitchell is a wonder the kid goes into the point guard position because his point guarding there it gets eleven assists and he plays that position as a rookie in this league so i think that utah will win a game at home and i now think we have a six game series at least with that one win at home so i'm not going to apologize i'm not going because i picked houston four and now i'm picking houston and five we'll you got and i'm i'm gonna give you all the credit in the world they won that game i personally think that's it i joined last night three hundred million other americans in that i could not name the starting five of the utah jazz i could have given you rudy go bare ritual.
"utah" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"Utah so much they come to the game here no rap music but they understand it's the nba you get some rap music now some would probably think that has resilience you're probably plays a rap music that is palatable to them that you would think perhaps some mc hammer or maybe some michael moore or something along those lines except the problem is they don't wanna hear none of that read music they can't tell the rap music apart at out there playing like shadowboxing the jizzle what at utah gate i watched the game what's it was the celtics and the jazz they were in utah and he was playing some wu and i was thinking of celtics players gotta be like day the even the dj in utah knocks harder than dj does at the arena in boston because i feel like boston boston is the only ibi of gays where they play in the same jams as they play a hockey games the same exact well just like white whitesnake the best part about having nba league pass in between action when they go to the dj yes the toronto raptors broadcast they go to there's like a dj that hangs out there and he's just got like a cheerleader on each side of him and he's just like music and the two girls are in there like saying to step for like a solid like five minutes during the break because they don't wanna hear the local commercials oh the street you learn a lot about america in the nba via the league pass so close to your point about figuring out who the utah jazz fan is and they also show all these like kiss cam and all these different like dance cam things.
"utah" Discussed on Channel 955
"Never looking back no guys made it south utah going no this phone is taking me back down memory lane this brand taking up back i had the impact on the path of the terrorist attacks look at tariff madison square up last week in the data we passed number with fearless don't the skies is made it blooming anyways nothing plus put them stuff that's awful really don't mean nothing wallo mormon here i said the world on fire.
"utah" Discussed on I Am Rapaport
"Maybe people think that okay you're also your six war would without at winning measuring with these combined 61 okay so you get drafted by the utah jazz summer league who did you compete against de'aaron fox lonzo ball there's all these people in prison i've had a played against that was a big name was jason tatum knows it now he played him in college played him yet twice three times he went to duke okay his your hair like now he place with the celtics he played for duke duke pumped louisville from ac tournament is that sting only because we were up fifteen and we went yeah they went to his own and we used to torch on the whole year we just had a bad game so at shooting game this alec like a cell block assab rivalry like for you are you like not i i let the alleged that won't go south carolina got him back uh so i let el at that one go uh if we had lost kentucky out for vetting our beef eluded him but we won now bring out the deering and bandmann maliki all the time have you play against searing if you played against the sacramental kings had i put against bam and play against okay but those are your guy though zia i'm cool with them like right i mean like did you guys dropped like a camps in so i went to the same camps as i played onbam so bam louis de'aaron i we went to a thin column.
"utah" Discussed on WJR 760
"Far we'll be on short in gaf's got three thousand i think they've all come companies half fourteen vows for michigan state stops o'clock would twelve forty nine to go nick ward coming off the bench jagellonne as mayor fires and it is no good so far this game baradi seven points that's his first free throw attempts evening so gavin will sit down as he goes by coach coached hotels him not your fault don't build too far away he's probably gonna get back in the game here pretty quick though british comes back in jackson will sit down for a second twelve forty nine we go so jackson said locker room free throw the second one is goodbye mirren he has a two now it's fifty six and so go utah 48 even three balls fired by britain's but knock on account because we ever was found foreign shot whistle a lot of bodies domo it looks like that one's going to go on the mall eight civil dates to backs his fourth foul he's going to take a break coming back in now is jacob cow away from southern utah and i wanted to shoot the oneplus we'll be nick ward ward as thirteen in this game two out of five from the free throw line made his last last one and he missed rebound gums are now southern utah nick ward now two of six from the free throw line he had been shooting so well from lives george make you say pitney six dan southern utah's got forty eight with 1230 lessons learned mary will bar front dribbling around spilled rivers travel to shake caches once again.
"utah" Discussed on WJR 760
"Lane did he waterways tan audit nice job of out of control by bridges getting up all the war award at seven forty six thirty three michigan state by 13 over south of utah we played two in the second half we as a gift to become away cowering are much there now goes over the aids goes rather ward shot misfires and make your gets three bannon we gotta whistle well that files going to go on aids but i want to talk about the defense of war he's doing a tremendous job europe started the secondhalf got a really commend him right now so four hates that's his third secondary's hap against children utah hey kunitz you'll come back then he will gather up rates rose three fouls seventeen fifty regard the michigan state drowning in other words quicker eighth straight five and i went home meaning serb in utah forty 633 on the way lankford admirable passwords of the cyber is intercept the by callaway here come the founder birds callaway gives you drew trailing barron now your gums a three ball up and sanders married handed over to mogamed drains it that's his first points of the game at the 10point dion are forty six thirty six flank realize it jump shot no it's a beautiful pass greater alive outlined drive cars download a nick warding slams it terrific passed by reading everyone thought he was going.
"utah" Discussed on WJR 760
"Now comes back out front caches yours every ball that one is not good rebadge jackson goes to the basket shots up nobody's found well you went right genes mcgee was going to pick up their fire back to that's the first powers have 1941 left in the game michigan state forty two and southern utah has thirty and that jackson so far this game jackson is two out of three and four ministers last free throw attempts to i know he's thinking about it did a nice job they're not going to do so he's got seven one more common freshman firestone in both i mean he's one of the best pure shoes for bake i have seen in a long time we'll question about slushie four freshman them from michigan state good start here in the second half fourteen boy lee them as she 44 and seven utah as thirty three when the ball colleague now my carer gums halloway for three all my goodness a third one he has he has three for five now fitness game only a thirty six percent three shooter is gone nine yeah his 74 gaining so we pay the ban amid in here in the second half miles bridges has law passed download word poor pass but it's recovering in the backcourt by jackson skipped past winston you going to shoot it i don't think so they're trying to serve jackson down low and it's jackson went down the lane he took somebody down i think it was man looks like it was callaway and the either way it's still an offensive foul on jackson that's his first first fabulous africans michigan state so it stays ms you forty four southern utah thirty three eight turnover now for the spartans eighteen fifty left in the game cohe out for our big guided by cash lankford in dribbling around gin their milk you look like he's at the elbow will not shoot not a bear in the wing callaway jack black now at ten seconds four southern utah joe ramsey shot sir holy as it and in the way it goes to barron for a long three off the rim no but the rebound as gaba by callaway saves in the back backcourt to cohesion and barrel another three for the thunderbirds no good rebound gerry jackson islacom's now two winston two bridges goes down the.
"utah" Discussed on WJR 760
"May three of eleven attempts this season so he's do jobs waves good one more comments over gad that's his first point here tonight nice job by gavin michigan say now six of aid from the free throw line and per schilling he's got four rebounds to go along with that point as we said earlier at eight against rutgers rebounds and the second one is growing so schilling threw for two about bad amateur by twelve now three seconds left and a half welcomes in an over there to cohe for malvo forty watches and it is not good and that is the away this happens monaghan with michigan state meaning seven utah by twelve forty two to thirty and now we're being joined by assistant coach dane five the nets john take it away mack well dane a bit of a sluggish first app you got you still scored forty two points which you're brushing so far the first half while we told our team before the game that they force 15 turnovers a game we weren't really sure how because they play a lot like us in terms of really packet an an and making the shoot jumpers put some are we found a way what do we have eight turned off her seven seven where you go some are we found a way let's talk about it nick war takes his first three knocks down a huge shot at the end of the shot clock may displaced exploded while it was a heck of a shot you know it's it's uh and it comes down it gets a technical so and we know that was also after the deal you go to get a five point swain there let's all we finish half on a positive note we get a great offense agreed pound tom drives gavin hit two free throws so that's a that's a positive thing again the happened what did it it's a bank specs dare they're making some hilarious where shots like what you did when you were in college stage when he took a jumper so john went out well when they were parishad seriously did but we we've got you know we've we've got a.
"utah" Discussed on WJR 760
"To a halfmillion dollars instantly thirty two southern utah 23 330 it's going to turn to protect the basketball another free ball callaway this one is no good rebound caches wednesday down quarter comes to mcquaid mcquaid alfran ran order goes winston long three man all mad he's got he's on fire he has go back to the rutgers game the end of that one he's now made five threes in a row unbelievable we talked about our i came in shooting close to seventy percent the last five games threepoint range and he just needs some more made 3's and he will qualify to be one of the best 3point shooters in the country it's amazing would i callaway goes ryan add jackson and more bad idea strap was rejected i don't know who got up a lot sparky de had no hope our mac thing with it all now jackson there's a reach in foul called against mcgee of southern utah it looks like journey jackson's gonna head of the free throw line is that foul was i'm again that's his first josh lying for checking back information state so is miles bridges mcquaid's have solid first half he's going to take a break so stump dumb there senior from the bahamas threetime captain not bad now that at all bridges right now stuck on five points but seven rebounds great job rebound the basketball well jackson to attitude to from the lime in this game he's got six total 3 rebounds jobs away no a rare miss in this game for michigan state rebound comes after shuttling utah shutters to eight to go for.
"utah" Discussed on WJR 760
"Of six from a long line only the second assists for cash is not surprising and ameri she was may fiberglass sick shatin general reading it now twenty nine of fifteen over southern utah we're the ball lyons when he gets it over now the better back over to cohe five prague their top scorer wants to shoot that the elbow spends fires off aguado sudan bank chats god he's got five he smiling he did not call them i don't think it's all the double had no rotation on it but it went out when n while these animal not ward spin moves running around eight easy to and that's the first rocket four nick ward of this game validates ask two personal fouls so he did not want to pick up his third thirty one seventeen jewish were michigan saying reading southern utah sixty go first half price here comes a jump shot by brandon better a forty two percent free ball shooter has made his first attempt today he's got five told looks now 3120 i'm issue by eleven over southern utah award as a demo spin move that guy doubleteam shots away no rebound gathered up by the thunderbirds here comes cohe would and ties with you one of those hollywood lob pass his downloaded george lines anyone in close even close they didn't acted action that will be the third turnover on the sonderbergh by the way stay tuned into the game a we will select yard metro detroit chevy delivers spine player of the game and be sure to check out the award winning lineupchevydetroitcom.
"utah" Discussed on WJR 760
"Or man doesn't get in foul trouble montana's or todd mirror the coach at seven utah a little frustrated michigan state doesn't have any fouls home team played well may or we just get better i'll go with them lag as it now goes older went sooner we get a whistle well ward now domo pushed off until next going to get that far away the go go you were doing really well to you brought down our only second turtle there that's not bad accidents great i gotta get he'll get out of the bad part yup focus in on me okay i go came here so far tonight sixty and southern utah has ten thunderbirds habit we're the ball right now going down the latest mcgee's get a dancer a weapon the side tower way as it drives a baseline truth writer will top ward but it's an airball him as you has it all the vote was ward and the balls knock out of bounds and they say and is off of war izzo is unhappy with their call but great job or one in the floor by nick he might have caught a little too far away from the basket just could convert so ben carter's out there van play for coach simon union assistant coach it unlv one of area where the ball mcgee in the pay and he shot is blocked by kenny gone that another march ram eightyearold here comes one symbol drives the basket as banks are way off the mark and carter saved that game two danny going down the wing birthday bar and it said analysts word by cases weren't scheme that's his spurs pocketed the game nineteen ten biggest rate graham as you miss could say now three or four from a long line bernard right now aboard his dishonorable would one one shoes now at a china's whereas joaqu another play ball by wasn't god it back threats backtoback 3s and so now sabah utah is called a timeout they need to stop the bleeding jerry i think bearing the point guard needs a bomb shoes he found it.
"utah" Discussed on WJR 760
"Download the air system mobile app from apple would google flavor phones examples where was far dis play 247 i can think of a i didn't think appointed today we talked about the value you can you do here worldwide and all these hannah thanks so much we twoday do you have a new one i don't know you don't have a door at guy i was home leaving unusual path tough come up with a market marketing ideas hour off a thick about in depth ever dealt best actor sfm will remain on in the app you can mizzou dura would give me an amazing volleyball gave his happy georgians thirteen their plans pence staging that they win it warned the final and whereas i game before it unfortunately i turn to my thought wealth ever to but that's why you play wife way sometimes the home team to gilo pressure so we're getting ready to strike this kbar christian with super bowl week dropping santa for some of utah our guy gerry jackson vw role by issued award now advocates just went since of this game is underway she will open up going right alive michigan state foreignowned hold this year and as we sent out a sevengame win streak pasko's of the side lankford download award ward is back at the end here comes all turnaround jump shouted short and cernan utah hits the board we'll silva utah did not doubleteam nick wore down those who will see the sports utility builder the wellcoached team and they will milk the clashing trend tremble young travel short in this game a little bit as they go through their way bad front with the wrong callaway here comes the three ball ingest that fast jacob callaway.