38 Burst results for "29 Year Old"
A highlight from Wyre: Another crypto payment processor involved in fraud
"Welcome back, everyone. I am Cas Pianci. I'm joined, as usual, by my partner in crime. We've already recorded an episode today, so we're just going to jump right into it. We're going to talk about a company called Wire. Wire spelled W -Y -R -E, weird company, wound down in June of this past year. But yeah, I want Bennett to kind of walk us through this. He wanted to record an episode about this. And I think it is, once you delve into the weeds of it a bit, it's pretty fascinating. Wire is a cryptocurrency payment processor, one of the most common targets of our eye around this channel. And it was, like many cryptocurrency payment processors, seeming to do things a little unusually. And part of this story, the beginning of this story in my mind, involves Ryan Breslow, who I've made a couple videos about on this channel, but we've never done a full episode on him because, frankly, he's not that important. Ryan Breslow has a couple of different companies. One was called Eco. Eco was a company that said it could earn its users yield, and it claimed to do this by lending to people like Goldman Sachs and Fidelity, but was actually lending to people like Wire and BlockFi. And so that's how Eco was making its yield for its customers. That was a Ryan Breslow company, but so was Bolt, the one -click payments company that at one point was valued at like $11 billion or something crazy before a New York Times investigation revealed that they had misrepresented what they were able to do to people in order to get them to sign and then misrepresented the nature of those relationships in order to get other people to sign. Before Bolt was exposed for that, they put in a $1 .5 billion offer for Wire, making it at the time one of the most valuable cryptocurrency acquisitions of all time. What makes this even stranger is that this acquisition was announced in April of 2022. One month before that, in March of 2022, Ryan's other company, Eco, had notified users that they were moving off of Wire and on to Prime Trust. So one company moves off in March, April they announce they're going to buy the company, and even more interesting, Eco didn't actually get all their funds moved off until the end of May. Shortly after that, in September, it's announced that the deal's not going to happen. Bolt backs away, and a couple months after that, very end of the year, December beginning of January, Wire announces they're going to be scaling back operations and laying people off after this deal blew up. And that's like the first phase of Wire, right? It's a cryptocurrency payment processor doing what cryptocurrency payment processors do, making risky loans, throwing funds around into DeFi protocols, announcing acquisitions that never actually happen. It's a classic crypto payment processor. So when I go to Wire, their website, which is still up, it says, Wire is winding down and it talks about what they did and how they're ending. And they basically, it seems like they tried to do this in a way that allowed people to get their funds off of the payment processor in time. I don't know if you know anything more about that than I do. Funny enough, I'm like, Bolt is still around though. And this is Ryan, that's still Ryan Breslow's company, right? We didn't even get into all of Ryan Breslow's fuck ups, right? Like he had the movement Dow that he gave away to like a known fraudster that was separate from like his movement not for profit that ended up like embroiled in some other scandal. We've got some articles we'll link in the description and there's some videos we've made on this channel about it, but like Ryan Breslow's whole like group of companies is a fucking mess. I'm looking through his career and just some of his stuff in general. First of all, this guy is 29 years old. He's younger than me. And 29 is very, very young crypto pharmaceutical startup, the movement, a dance nonprofit. I am confused about this guy's entire life. Surprise went to Stanford. Gosh, I'm all over the place here just because I'm like, wow, so eco didn't work out. That's gone, right? Eco still has a website and they're still tweeting. And they still have a token that's down, oh, down 70%. Remember, there's two tokens, right? There's eco and there's ecoX. What does ecoX do? Well, that's the deflationary supply token serving as the governance asset that's used to secure applications on the eco network, of course. It's deflationary. Why is it down 88 %? It's not deflationary enough? I feel like this is so similar to our discussion about Terra Luna, man. We're not going after Ryan Breslow's stupidity today. They're all interconnected, wire, bolt, eco, love, whatever the fuck these are. And they're all doing poorly. They're all stupid. How much money was going through wire? There's some answers to that I'll get to, not as much as you might be thinking. At the very beginning of 2022, wire announces they're scaling back operations and doing these layoffs. And then on January 7th, wire announces that they're going to be changing withdrawals, limiting how much you can withdraw. You can only withdraw up to 90 % plus other daily limits. Five days later, though, things get better when wire announces that they have received financing from a strategic partner that will allow them to continue their normal course of operations. And this is always good news when crypto companies get strategic financing from undisclosed partners. That takes us into the Binance US era of wire. Binance US, in the beginning of 2022, was using Prime Trust as their principal payment processor. They started switching off of Prime Trust, and by May 25th, 2023, had much of their funds stored with wire.
Fresh "29 Year Old" from News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"Time 2 10 and the Kraken call up hockey reinforcements. Swartz Bill has our Beacon Plumbing sports updates. Brendan Teneff is still out with another lower body injury. So Seattle has called up 29 year old Andrew Potorowski from Coachella Valley Firebirds drafted by Carolina Lina in 2016. Tonight Andrew finally sees his first National Hockey League action for the Kraken in Chicago. Yeah, for sure. It's been our grind and this is ultimately what he wants to be. So you know, just super excited for tonight. Try to build on it and try to prove that I belong here I'm here. and Hey all 10 players on the ice last night were ejected following a third period brawl between the Ottawa Panthers and Florida Panthers. Struggling Minnesota Wildfired their head coach Dean Evason and in brought John High. Joshua Dobbs threw four interceptions. The Minnesota Vikings lost their Monday night game to the Chicago Bears 12 10. Meanwhile, the six and five Seahawks prepare for a Thursday night game against the eight and three Cowboys in Dallas. And if and when the Athletics move to Las Vegas, Oakland another will baseball have team. A consortium of A's fans have put together an independent league ball club called the Oakland Ballers or the Bees. They'll start play this summer. Sports with Schwartz at 10 and 40 to the hour. Northwest News Radio Northwest News Time 2 12 Seattle Public Utilities is asking customers to conserve water. The voluntary request for one and a half million customers. Cedar Reservoir supplies most of the water and is near normal levels for this time of year. But the Tolt Reservoir is still 20 feet below normal. Officials want to keep water usage to 100 million gallons and they were slightly over that last week. A date has not set been for the end of water conservation measures, especially with an El Nino forecast that could mean less rain. announced. An Iranian backed hacking group says it's behind the hack of a water system in Pennsylvania, saying they targeted Part of the Aliquippa water system because it uses software developed by an Israeli company. The utility provides high sewer and water services to about 6600 customers in western Pennsylvania. Officials of the utility reported that a computer system tied to a pumping station that controls water pressure was impacted, those but officials said the overall network was not affected and that there was no risk to the quality of drinking water or its supply. Still, the notion of hackers a half a world away gaining access to any part of a local water system debris. Some intelligence analysts worry this could be a precursor to something bigger or more widespread An image allegedly sent to the treatment plant suggests that the hackers plan to target any systems made in Israel. That's ABC's Pierre Thomas reporting. It's 2 13. 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That's 253 -553 -3999. 253 -553 3999. Online at westhostmenshealth .com. 14 in Northwest News Radio, your home for breaking news, traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the fours. Kimmy Klein is in the home's traffic center. Seattle Fire has been dealing with a hazmat response in the Inner Bay neighborhood partially blocking Elliott Avenue at Lee Street. Seattle DOT just says that all lanes of Elliott are back open again, so that's starting to wrap up. But southbound I -5, that's continuing to fill in as it gets later into Seattle, south of Lake City, way off and on to the Convention Center. Eastbound on the West Seattle Bridge, I'm finding some slowing there as you head away from First Avenue on to I -5, and southbound I -5 is easily taking 30, maybe 35 minutes now to get from Bellevue into Renton. Do keep an eye out for a stall Bellevue in on the northbound 405 off -ramp to westbound 520. I'm not seeing any major delays on the freeway around there, though. in Northbound Renton 405 is still rolling slow, leaving 167 up to State Route 900. Southbound I -5 filling in out of South Center up that South Center hill. So is 167, especially between Algona and Sumner. And watch for dark traffic channels south of Auburn and north of Sumner east of 167. We still have about 10 ,000 customers with that power around Algona and south Auburn. So that could be an issue for drivers around there this afternoon. Your next northwest traffic at 224. And your forecast, sponsored by Northwest Crawl Space Services. The sunshine continues through tomorrow. Highs in the low 40s overnight cloudy lows
Meet Gracie Parrish Miller: An LEO Widow and Now a Firewife
"Thank you for coming on with us today and telling us your story. Let's talk about it. Yeah. So I have a very unique story that I don't think it's extremely unique unfortunately. It happens all too often, but I became a law enforcement wife at the age of like 26. I was married to a man who planned on going corporate. He was going to work nine to five and that is what I expected. And then about five years into marriage and 12 weeks pregnant, he decided that he was wanting to pursue his ultimate dream of becoming a police officer. And so he put himself through the Academy and also worked 40 hours a week at a time. I was pregnant with our first child and he just fell in love with the career. He absolutely loved it. But unfortunately it would be about three years later that he would die in the line of duty. And what I thought would be not my reality because we for the most part lived in like a Bedford community where we hadn't had a line of duty death in over 20 years that now we were experiencing the shock of that. My husband had not just been killed, he had been ambushed and murdered 29 years old, leaving behind a four year old little girl, a 16 month little girl, after only three years as a police officer. And our community was rocked because this was mental health. This was gun violence. It was premeditated and our community would no longer be the same because of it and my life would no longer be the same. So I found myself on the news, not just local, but nationwide. It happened on New Year's Eve and we were a young family in a community that hadn't experienced something like this ever. And so it made national news. President Trump tweeted me and it was just this absolute shell shock of what had happened. It wasn't just my life anymore. It was being lived out in front of the community and the killer's face and his name was right next to my husband's as they were publicizing his death. And so I went from a stay at home mom with two little girls living on a police officer's salary that made mac and cheese and did some preschool drop -off. And suddenly I became like a household name for law enforcement in our community for all first responders. And my life became super public. I couldn't go anywhere in my community without being recognized and noticed. And it wasn't for something fantastic in my life, but it was because of the darkest day of my life. Everyone knew how many shots had killed my husband. Everyone knew the name that had killed my husband, the apartment complex where it had happened. And those are private moments that you don't want to share with the community or the nation of how your husband was murdered and ambushed. That's supposed to be private, but it wasn't. And unfortunately that's the part of the job is that when you sign up for this job, you recognize that your husband, your spouse is putting it all out there for the community. That for me, it was the ultimate sacrifice for him, but it also was this long -term daily sacrifice of like my privacy. I was 29 and my husband was killed, ambushed. And then I found myself with three stalkers within the first year that hated cops that wanted him dead. And so therefore they wanted me dead. I had a death threat against me. I needed to go undercover working with the FBI moved suddenly. And in all aspects of where like my husband had been killed and he was my protector and my provider. Now I'm a single mom, widow, everyone knows where I live. Everyone knows my address. And now there's stalkers that are making a parent. They want to kill me. And in that moment I swore I would never marry another first responder. I would never do it again. His job had impacted my life in our marriage in the three years that he was a police officer. And we were a first responder family. I mean we had no first responders on either side of our family. So we were learning how to do this without any background information. It's like we had like a brother and aunt, a best friend that had done the life and could kind of like guide us through this. We were trying to figure it all out on our own and three years into it and he was killed. And then I have stalkers. I thought, what the heck? I sacrificed all of those holidays and birthdays and dance recitals and everything for this. Like what the heck? I was pissed, thought I would never do it again. Really went off the grid in many ways. Didn't expect any public speaking events. I tried to take my name out of everything. I had an alias name. I moved, I did everything I could to protect myself. And it would then be three and a half years later that I would be introduced to my now husband. And he is a firefighter with South Metro. And he did not respond to Zach's call, but his friends that did. He was working the day that Zach died. He heard the tones come out. And so I'm now living this life where I'm an Elia widow and now I am a fire wife.
Fresh update on "29 year old" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek
"Bluebird Broadcasting after 24 and certainly success hours a and day performance. at Bloomberg We're going .com to have Business more certainly and Week. This on the Bloomberg Business Charlie Act, Insight Munger. from the reporters You're listening and and editors who bring you America's most trusted business magazine plus global business finance and tech news as it happens. Bloomberg Business Week with Kero Masher and Tim Stenebeck on Bloomberg Radio. Hi, everyone. Bloomberg Business Week continuing on this Tuesday, November 28th live in our Bloomberg Interactive Brokers studio. We are live on YouTube and Bloomberg Originals. And our top story, as we've been talking about, is the passing of Charlie Munger, who this along Tuesday, November 29 years old. Our coverage is going to continue in just a few moments. Plus, Carol, we got more coming up this hour. It is Giving Tuesday. We're going to speak to the national philanthropic executive of Bank of America, Private Bank, talking about what the wealthy are doing with their philanthropic dollars in 2023. Speaking of philanthropy, Charlie Munger was very philanthropic and gave millions away to institutions, something that he was certainly front and center on, and it was certainly a priority. And then we're also going to get into the power of conscious connection and the four habits to transform how you live and lead. We've got an author of a new book, so we'll get to that in just a moment. First up though, a check on today's trade and top business stories. Here's Charlie across the board. This update brought to you by Glenmede. Glenmede offers sophisticated wealth and investment management solutions combined with the personalized service you deserve. Your wealth, mission, your your investments, let's talk. Visit Glenmede .com to learn more. Treasury's extended their November rally. The dollar fell. Stocks edged higher. On speculation, the Fed is done with great hikes and will be able to ease policy early next year. Ten -year yield 4 .32%, with a two -year 4 .73%. S &P up four, a gain of one tenth of one percent. The Dow up 83, up two tenths of one percent. NASDAQ up 40, a gain of three tenths of one percent. We've got the price of gold up at 2 ,041, up 16 cents now. West Texas Intermediate crude up 2 .1%, 76 .41 a barrel. Lisa Barnaby is head of U .S. multi -sector fixed income at Schroder Investment Management. She told us earlier today investors may need to curb their enthusiasm. The market's looking for Goldilocks. Rates are going to rally, the Fed's going to be supportive, and equities are going to rise to all -time highs. That seems very very optimistic to me, particularly given the fact that we've had the most aggressive rate hiking cycle in many many years. I would probably take the other side of that resilience or that economic resilience. And you can hear more of that station on the Surveillance Podcast. You can download it wherever you get your podcasts. Lots of earnings after the bell. CrowdStrike boosted its revenue guidance for the full year. Intuit reported adjusted EPS for the first quarter that beat the average analyst estimate, and HPE Hewlett Packard
A highlight from The No Interruptions Podcast - Remote Vs. In Office Work
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Fresh update on "29 year old" discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
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A highlight from The Fallacy of Limitations
"Lots of channels. Nothing to watch. Especially if you're searching for the truth. It's time to interrupt your regularly scheduled programs with something actually worth watching. Salem News Channel. Straightforward, unfiltered, with in -depth insight and analysis from the greatest collection of conservative minds. Like Hugh Hewitt, Mike Gallagher, Sebastian Gorka, and more. Find truth. Watch 24 -7 on SNC .TV and on Local Now, Channel 525. Hey, everybody. What is the limiting belief of the conservative movement? We dive into that and reflect on a very candid episode here on The Charlie Kirk Show. Make sure you're subscribed and listen to the end of this episode for a special announcement. Also, email me your thoughts, as always, freedom at charliekirk .com. That's freedom at charliekirk .com. Subscribe to our podcast by opening up your podcast application and typing in Charlie Kirk Show. And get involved with Turning Point USA at tpusa .com. That is tpusa .com. Buckle up, everybody. Here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running the White House, folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy. His spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, Turning Point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific Mortgage at andrewandtodd .com. I have the greatest job on the planet. I get fulfillment, purpose in what I do. Not only do I get three hours with you every single day, three podcasts a day, reaching millions of people, social media and podcasting. I also, of course, my continued and original passion is running Turning Point USA and Turning Point Action. At Turning Point USA, we have hundreds of full -time staffers working on high school and college campuses across the country, Turning Point Action. We are staffing up and staffing up 60 to 70 full -time people and getting even more. As you know, we have our ballot chasing operation. And as part of my duties as founder and CEO of Turning Point USA and Turning Point Action, I have to raise a fair amount of money. And I don't mind it. You know, the Lord has blessed us significantly. I kind of cringe at times when people are too hard on this idea of donors. There are some amazing donors in the conservative movement. We are evidence of that at Turning Point USA. Donors that get it, donors that are based, donors that are driven, donors that are filled with faith and conviction. That's not a majority of all the quote unquote donors. There's plenty that don't get it. And on this program, we're able to deliver predictions, insight that I think other shows aren't because we're in the grassroots. I give hundreds of speeches a year. Tonight, we're doing an event with Riley Gaines at Dream City Church in Phoenix, Arizona. This weekend, I'm giving a couple speeches in Lubbock, Texas at a church. So I talked to the grassroots. I talked to pastors. But I also have an interesting wrinkle as well that I think we're able to offer on this program that other programs aren't. I talked to the people in the high society, the Republican Party. Senators, consultants, chiefs of staff, and the more moderate wing of donors, if you will. So I get a 360 degree multidimensional view of the American right. I'm very blessed by that. And so I kind of have to weigh it, depending on what room I'm in. I just read the temperature. I always ask more questions than not because people know what I believe. If they ask me questions, I answer them. But let me just watch the show. So I'm always interested. I just kind of pepper with questions. What are you seeing? What are you hearing? What are you doing? And it's so interesting. With some donors, again, we have some amazing donors at Turning Point. So I'm going to just put that off to the side. But some donors where I'm not... Let's just say they're not exactly simpatico with all of our views here on The Charlie Kirk Show, especially if they are not sympathetic for Trump, which is fine. I mean, I'm not here to say you have to love Trump. You have to understand what's happening. But there was one conversation recently that I want to fill you in on. That I think is something that is a big danger, and it's not isolated to just a particular person. I think it's all throughout the leadership of the Republican Party. And it was a conversation that I had recently with a moderate donor, and we get along well. And you hear me talk about these conversations frequently because I have them. I'm raising money all the time, trying to raise $100 million to go chase ballots in Arizona, Wisconsin, and Georgia, the stuff the Republican establishment should be doing. Literally, when I'm done with this program, I go into my office, eat something quickly. I'm just working the phones, working the phones. Zoom call, phone call, zoom call, phone call, zoom call, phone call. I love it. It gives life purpose. But this one conversation recently, I think, accurately depicts one of the issues facing the American right. And I call it the fallacy of limits. What is a limiting belief? A limiting belief is a story that you tell yourself. We all have limiting beliefs. And if you're honest with yourselves, when you pray, when you meditate, when you reflect, when you ruminate, you identify your limiting belief and you try to challenge it. A limiting belief holds you back. And it holds you back from becoming who or what you are meant to be. These beliefs limit us from reaching our fullest potential. They're often subconscious, by the way. They're very rarely identified in your normal thought pattern or in your words. But when you find them, you're like, wow, I was living under the tyranny of a limiting belief. I was also not as free, happy, joyful as I possibly could have been. We don't even know that until somebody points them out to us. Typically, limiting beliefs are identified externally. A friend, a pastor, a priest, a rabbi, a parent, a spouse, they say, you realize that your limiting belief is I don't have time to work out. Or my limiting belief is I can never lose weight. Or my limiting belief is X, Y, Z, X, Y, Z. Now, Tony Robbins talks about this a lot. Tony Robbins writes about this. He's not a political guy. He's one of the most influential authors and speakers. I've benefited a lot from his teachings. Maybe you like him, maybe you don't. The point is he talks a lot about limiting beliefs. I think he's right on. What is the limiting belief or the fallacy of limits in the high society of the American right? I'm hearing it more and more and more. And it goes something like this. Oh, the left, they're going to back off soon. They've overreached, and they're going to back off. That the left is going to realize that they've gone too far, that they're too radical, that they're too fringe, and they're just going to kind of go backwards. Now, the more I hear this, and we've touched on this before, it's very important. You have to understand that many of these people saying this are in their 70s and 80s. Obviously, nothing wrong with that. But they remember a country that is dead, and it's very hard for them to reconfigure, to reanalyze, reorient that they're in a different atmosphere than the one they grew up in. I sympathize with that. I really do. I'm 29 years old, and the country I grew up in is completely different. Completely different. Our federal government now says men give birth, we don't have a border. I mean, the stuff that we now accept as normal was considered radical, unthinkable, a laugh or a joke when I was in fifth or sixth grade. So it's even worse if you're 70 or 80 years old. You're looking around and you say, what on earth is going on? However, the limiting belief that still exists is not just that, oh, the country is going to solve itself, it's that there's some sort of autocorrect mechanism built in to the American people. That's what I hear a lot. It's like, oh, Charlie, never underestimate the American people's ability to self -correct. What are we, like an autonomous vehicle? What kind of crazy fallacy is that, that we're just going to kind of automatically reorient back to where we need to be? No, it takes effort. That's an act of the will. It needs to be deliberate. It needs to be intentional. You have to be persuasive. That just doesn't happen by some sort of magical force of the natural law.
A highlight from The Hair in Georgia's Biscuit with Colton Moore and Sen. Ron Johnson
"We are representing a second whistleblower from the FBI, Marcus Allen. Due to whistleblower retaliation by the FBI, I've been suspended without pay for over a year. Because of you, ACLJ donors, you get the best attorneys in the world. Hey everybody, Senator Ron Johnson joins the program and then some breaking news out of Georgia, Colton Moore is ready to proceed with impeachment of Big Fannie Willis. Email us freedom at charliekirk .com and subscribe to our podcast. Get involved with Turning Point USA at tpusa .com. That is tpusa .com. Start a high school or college chapter today at tpusa .com. And as always, you can email us freedom at charliekirk .com. Buckle up everybody, here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running the White House folks. I want to thank Charlie, he's an incredible guy. His spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, Turning Point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at sierra pacific mortgage at andrewandtodd .com. Joining us now exclusively, Senator Colton Moore, a great American. There is fight left in the state of Georgia. And there is an official petition to investigate Fannie Willis, as well as now his letter to Governor Brian Kemp. I'm going to read this. Colton Moore, welcome to the program. Dear Governor Kemp, we, the undersigned, being the duly elected members of the Georgia House of Representatives and Georgia Senate, and compromising three -fifths of each respective house pursuant to article four section two paragraph 7b, making sure my Roman numerals are right, hereby certify to you in writing with a copy of the Secretary of State that in our opinion emergency exists in the affairs of the state, requiring a special session to be convened under that section for all purposes to include that limitation, the review and response of the actions of Fannie Willis. Sincerely, Colton Moore. Colton, welcome to the program. Tell us about it. Charlie, thank you for having me. I mean, we're in a dire situation. After these indictments came out, I woke up, ate my biscuit, and I was like, is there a hair in my biscuit? I mean, this is disgusting. We have a district attorney using taxpayer money, using her government authority to persecute her political opponent to the tune of the death penalty. I will not be a sitting senator in this state and potentially have the former president be executed in the state of Georgia. Yeah, so let's just kind of walk through this. You are now leading a legislative campaign of oversight. What does that look like constitutionally in the state of Georgia? Tell us about it. So I have a job to do as a Senator, Charlie, and part of that job in the legislature is providing oversight. The Constitution gives us some tools to do that. First of which is the power of the purse, right? We control the money. And my constituents, Georgians outside of the city of Atlanta, don't feel that their tax dollars ought to be used for this type of purpose. You know, we've also got the power to investigate any judicial or executive official, and we ought to be doing an investigation on Fannie Willard. And if that investigation turns out that she's corrupt, like many of us suspect, it's time for impeachment. And so what is impeached? So in the Georgia Constitution, the House or the Senate can impeach a prosecutor. Is that correct? That's correct. Yeah, it's one of those checks and balances that we're blessed with here in the presidential system of American government. So let me ask you, read the room for us amongst your colleagues. You're leading this. It's now going totally viral as finally, praise God, good on you. Let's use some of this constitutional power to slow this down, investigate her. Was she given an external power? Why is she and why is she indicting the entire Republican Party, such as Trump? It's John Eastman, Rudy Giuliani, Jen Ellis. It's totally out of control. It's a fellow senator. It's a colleague of mine in the Senate. Is it also included on that indict? So what is what is the temperature check of the Georgia Senate? Is this going to be met? Yeah, please. Yeah, I mean, Republicans in the state of Georgia are asleep at the wheel, OK? Everything is talk, talk, talk. I talked to my other fellow senators and everything's well, you know, we're kind of wait this out, talk about it, you know, post the tweet, you know, let's make a Facebook post. I have a job to do. It's time to take action. And Charlie, let me tell you, right after this and that, I was having dinner with my mother and I told her, I said, no more talk like I have a job to do. Time to take action. And she was worried. He's like, I don't know, you know, they've got these guys charged with crimes that could potentially result in lethal injection. I don't know if I want you meddling in that. And I was like, mom, that's the time to take action, because as a red blooded American, you should never fear a Gestapo political tactic from a power like a D .A.. So I don't want to get you in trouble here, but just I want to I want to drill this down. Your other do you think your colleagues are going to support this? Oh, I think when their constituents start calling them up, they're going to be supporting them. Boom. Right. Because it's time to take action. Well, according according to Fannie Willis, it's a conspiracy to ask your lawmakers to do something. But whatever. Let's let's let's just be clear. So for the patriots of Georgia, they need to call their state rep on their state senator. And what is the ask? What is the order? To help us with this process to begin defunding the district attorney and investigating through the means of a special session. That's our job as a legislature to put a check and balance on this judicial branch, to put a check and balance on the judicial branch. And and praise God, you have the courage. Were you cautioned not to get into this by certain, let's just say older Republicans? Were you told, don't send this letter? You know, the caution comes in many forms. They're all cautious. And that's the scary part. That's what makes me so afraid. I mean, I'm 29 years old, Carly. I do not want to live the next 30 years of my life worried about a regime. I mean, this is some Putin fascist nonsense. So the letter is composed to the governor. Does he have to be the one to actually call the special session? No, no. So part of that check and balance process, the governor himself could call a special session and we could start right now. We could start tomorrow. But the governor has already made his statement. You know, he's looking back at this like this is a 2020 issue. Well, it took 19 days to count the votes. And these individuals have a legitimate concern about the election. Right. They were they were using their First Amendment to express concern about the election. And then now they're being charged with it. They're being taken political prisoner. And so so then you guys can call the session with three. That's right. Without the governor. Right. Without the governor. Does he preside over it or is he called into it or? No, no. The legislature would be operating independently and it gives us full subpoena power. So what are the what are the numbers, the House and the Senate, as far as the Republican majorities? So if every Republican in the Senate signed on, we would have we would have what was necessary. It's going to take every GOP Republican to stand up and abide by the principles of freedom, regardless of whether you like Donald Trump or not, regardless if you have a beef with some of these other folks who are indicted. These folks were using their freedom of expression and they had a concern. So the problem we're going to have over in the House is we're going to have to pick up a few Democrats. The margins are a little tighter there. But here's the other thing about this district attorney. The ACLU reports that half of the inmates in her jail have yet to be charged with a crime. And in meanwhile, we've got Young Thug, Young Slime, who's got RICO charges similar to what these political prisoners are about to have, and they haven't even picked a jury in over a year now. So so now we have evidence it's Young Thug. I thought is this some sort of a rapper or something? I believe so. Yeah, I'm not I'm not a big rap music fan, but his name is Young Thug. And I think the crime syndicate called Young Slime. Got it. So, yeah, so they they're standing for RICO charges and she's going easy on him. Meanwhile, so I mean, and by the way, Fulton County, it's like a third world country. When I go there, crime is up. It's terrible. And yet she's going she's trying an interstate RICO case. I this and claims that she can get it done in like six months. Right. And 18 people. And yet it's ridiculous. And yet Republicans are asleep at the wheel and say, I don't know, just let's let it play out. You know, so we have to wake up the Republican Party. I'm sure you have some colleagues that are going to stand with you, but we have to each Republican Georgia senator one by one. We need every county in Georgia. We need mass mobilization. This is the call to action. I just want you to riff on this. I'll be honest. I love the people of the state of Georgia. I love Georgia. But you guys have really disappointed in some ways in the last couple of years. It's a strange Republican apparatus. This is a chance for Georgia redemption. Yeah, no doubt.
"29 year old" Discussed on WTOP
"The 29 -year -old mother is facing multiple charges including neglect and reckless endangerment. Traffic and weather on the 8th. Good morning to Ken and Berger the WTOP traffic center. Watch out for the crash working Massachusetts Avenue Northwest between 12th Street and 13th Street. It is all shut down. In Fairfax County, the accident South Lake Drive at Pine Crest Road cleared. Also, the accident cleared Sunset Hills Road at Ruston Parkway. All lanes are open. Not so the case on the outer loop. Two left local lanes remain blocked on the approach to the Wilson Bridge as state police continue to work that crash on southbound 395 between Seminary Road and Little River Turnpike. Ongoing bridge work. left Only the far lane is open. In Carroll County dealing with major activity at the intersection of Liberty Road and Ridge Road. That's 26 and 27 on Liberty Road. Only the center lane is open in either direction. The left turn lane, right turn lane blocked along with the far right shoulder. Then on 27 at Liberty Road, lane left turn blocked in either direction. The off ramp both directions of Telegraph Road to Fairfax County Parkway. That is closed because of a long -term emergency work zone detour in place and the George Washington Memorial Parkway right lane blocked at the Key Bridge in the ongoing road work. Indeed, and then on both directions of the George Washington Parkway in various spots between the Beltway and the Key Bridge, you're going to find the right lane closed and also be aware that there is a 10 ,000 pound weight limit vehicles over that weight prohibited from using the parkway also be prepared for narrowed lanes causing some brief delays. Go electric to Fitzway looking for an electric car try the new Hyundai Ioniq Toyota BZ4X or the ID4 by VW. State and federal incentives available. Get your next car at fitsmall .com. I'm Ken Berger, WTOP Get traffic. a Precision
Al Pacino, 83, and Noor Alfallah, 29, are expecting a baby
"At your Al Pacino is about to become a father for the fourth time. I marches are a letter with the latest. Al Pacino, who is 83 and his 29 year old girlfriend nor afala are expecting a baby, according to Pacino's representative. He verified the report first published by TMZ, but says no statement will be issued. Pacino and alfalfa began dating last year, Pacino also has a 33 year old daughter and 22 year old twins a son and a daughter
Clark holds off Schauffele for first PGA win at Wells Fargo
"It may have taken him 134 tournaments, but 29 year old Wyndham cloud can now finally call himself a PGA Tour winner that after posting a fort shot victory at the Wells Fargo championship at the demanding quail hollow course in Charlotte, North Carolina. After a slow start, Clark called fire on the back 9 with four booties there, allowing him to win comfortably despite the last whole bogey. He finished at 19 under after a 68, and that gave him the four shot win of asander chauffeur. Clark takes home a winner's check for $3.6 million. I'm Graham agar.
Tyre Nichols died of blunt force injuries, autopsy shows
"Autopsy results on Tyree Nichols are in. Tyree Nichols died of blunt force injuries of the head after he was beaten by Memphis police during a January arrest. The autopsy said the manner of death was homicide, describing multiple contusions, brain injuries, cuts, and bruises to the head and other parts of the body. The 29 year old was black as were the 5 police officers fired in charge with second degree murder and other counts after his death. They have pleaded not guilty. Nichols was stopped by police in early January for an alleged traffic violation. I'm Shelley Adler
NBA MVP: 76ers' Embiid wins league's top individual honor
"The league scoring champion Joel embiid has earned his first NBA MVP trophy. The 29 year old from Cameroon averaged 33.1 points to when his second straight scoring title. He averaged 10.2 rebounds and had a career high with 4.2 assists per game, indeed becomes the second winner from Africa joining Hakeem olajuwon the Nigerian who won for Houston in 1994, in the top two time winner Nikola Jokić showed that Denver Nuggets and third place finisher Yanis onto the gunpo of the Milwaukee Bucks. On Norman hall
"29 year old" Discussed on WTOP
"Has become more frequent in the wake of January 6th, and the fencing surrounds the capital complex. Capital police have not indicated any specific threats directed at the capitol, but are reportedly prepared to have additional officers ready later this week if needed. There are openings in the fencing, so visitors can walk the grounds. Congress, meanwhile, is still considering a proposal for fencing that could come up out of the ground to deal with various events. D.C. delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton supports it, but does she think funding can get passed? In this Congress, but I do think in the future it'll save the government money. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller WTO. A Virginia man convicted of assaulting police with a stolen baton during the capitol riot is now going to serve more than four years behind bars. 31 year old mechanicsville resident Jeffrey sills learned that sentence today. Police say he also used a flashing strobe light to disorient officers trying to defend the capital. Sales lawyer argues he didn't come to Washington January 6th with any intention to commit violence. Sales has already served a year and a half behind bars since his arrest in June of 2021. The family of a teenager killed by U.S. park police over the weekend is demanding accountability from the officer who shot him. Attorney Andrew Clark says in a statement 17 year old Delano Martin's mother Tara is grieving, quote, she's begged the city for services for her son without assistance. And just like most youth in the District of Columbia, mister Martin was not perfect, placing property over people has to stop. Quote, Martin was killed when U.S. park police officers tried to detain him, but he tried to drive away in the stolen car they pulled him over it. U.S. park police say when he started driving at 34th in baker street's northeast, one park officer was inside the car while his partner was being dragged alongside it. Police say the officer inside the car fired the fatal shot. Martin's family is asking for a full investigation into the officers. Meghan cloher, WTO news. We are learning more about a body that was found in a trash can in southeast D.C. yesterday. Police say it was the body of 59 year old yvette Spencer, she was last seen Friday night around 9 30 on 17th place southeast. Our news partners at NBC four are reporting that a worker cleaning up behind an apartment building discovered the body. D.C. police still have not determined whether this death is a homicide. It is 5 O 6. Are you getting hit by all this pollen? A lot of us are and the D.C. regions allergy season can be summarized with three words. Earlier, longer, worse. For those of us with seasonal allergies, we are feeling them right now, and if it seems like the season has gotten worse over time, it has a new study from the nonprofit group climate central shows D.C.'s allergy season has actually lengthened by an average of 20 days since 1970. Meteorologist Lauren Casey is with the group. Some of these figures are just downright astounding. Like the season in Reno, Nevada, for example, has increased by 99 days. Other cities analyzed in the report include Baltimore where the allergy season is lengthened by an average of 8 days in Richmond, the allergy season is now 29 days longer. Nikon LAW TLP news. 5 O 7 the battle of a new mascot at one local university heats up the George Washington university blue fog. It's one of the final four monikers and who isn't intimidated by low lying water vapor. Especially when it's off colored, joins three others as possibilities. After the school dropped colonials last year, the sentinels and the ambassadors are also on the table. Sure to be remembered by and offend no one. Lastly, the school will consider revolutionaries. No word if they will come complete with the classic tri corner hat, or a more modern Che Guevara T-shirt. The school will host activities to hear fan responses and will also release hype videos based on each mascot in the coming weeks. Luke blucher, WTO pinus. Coming up after traffic and weather. A local go ahead for a $1 billion hospital. I'm Jeff clay ball. And then news of a high school student found across the street overdosed at a local McDonald's. 5 O 7. We'll get right to Dave dildy now. He's in the WTO P traffic center. All right, and in the district, northbound on D.C. two 95 near bening road a crash called in appears to be minor, but the left lane blocked, according to a call or northbound on D.C. two 95, slow leaving D.C., southbound on I two 95 and three 95 heading for Maryland and Virginia this afternoon on the beltway in fairfax county, Virginia, ITER loop near Georgetown pike broken down track to trailer with the wrecker and state police blocking the right center lane on the interloop at slow beyond it in prince George's county on the interloop near arena drive and landover callers to the firefighters were blocking the left lane briefly on the ITER loop in prince George's county. If you are traveling between Waldorf and la Plata, near White Plains, callers describing a crash involving a car hauler on route three O one at billingsley road, north and southbound traffic initially stopped by the rescue response on three O one. Aka kik late to clear road work on two 28 eastbound slow from two ten and single file beyond Manning toward bensville road. 50 westbound at the severn river, the long-term works on this week blocking the right lane. It does not appear. This one's going to have a big impact on afternoon rush hour traffic. It's more of a morning affair. No delays on 50 at the severan or bay bridge. North of town on two 70, slow northbound traffic and separate stretches between Rockville and clarksburg. They're heading for a new incident southbound in the local lanes south of 28 near falls road. Traffic. Michael and sons peeping tune up for only $59. Storm team fours Amelia Draper. Finally, warmer weather has moved into the region on this first full day of spring temperatures
Tyre Nichols probe: 7 from Memphis police fired, 1 retired
"More investigative records from the fatal arrest of Tyree Nichols are expected today, including previously unreleased video. A 7th employee of the Memphis police department has been fired over the Tyree Nichols case, while an 8th retired before his disciplinary hearing Memphis city legal officer Jennifer sink says had he not retired this individual would have been terminated in all 13 members of the Memphis police have been administratively charged and 5 officers face second degree murder charges, while three fire department employees were fired, and one suspended. The city plans to release a trove of information related to the investigation, including about 20 additional hours of video and audio, records and charging information that will reveal the identities of employees facing discipline, the Memphis police chief has said she sees no evidence to justify the nickel's traffic stop or the officer's response, the 29 year old died in January 3 days after he was stopped and brutally pummeled by police. I'm Jennifer King
"29 year old" Discussed on WTOP
"Is the nightmare that happened. Before Christmas. The family of 29 year old Nathaniel Potts remembers the day police told them of his murder, just three weeks before Christmas, now his sister Marty Potts left trying to explain it all to his ten year old daughter. Is the love that she doesn't understand, you know, someone that you talk to every single day. The last person that you text. Montgomery county police say someone shot parts outside his Silver Spring apartment around 3 a.m. on December 2nd, detective Michael corcione says they have surveillance video and they think Potts knew the shooter, but they need more leads. This murder involves multiple suspects, not just the shooter, and people talk. Gigi Barnett, WTO P news. A grizzly discovery Monday afternoon and fair oaks, a body found at a recycling center. Fairfax county police say they're conducting a death investigation after an employee locally at the fairfax county solid waste recycling center saw a body of the trailer used to move trash They say there's no visible trauma to the body, the recycling center is located behind the police department located on west ox roads. Take me home to build in West Virginia wants to encourage you to take those country roads back home, a new bill would require and reward you with $25,000 in tax credits if you are a former resident who would like to move back to the state to work. The state sentence passed the bill this week and sent it on to the house of delegates, those eligible for the tax credit must have lived and worked in West Virginia for at least a decade ten years or must have been born in the state. You also must have been a way for at least ten years in a row. State leaders have tried other cash in placements in the past few years we're told to be West Virginia sagging population. You are listening to 103.5 FM and WTO P dot com. Traffic in the D.C. region is constantly changing. If you spot a major incident that we're not already reporting, call the WTO traffic center. At 8 6 6 three O four WTO, that's 8 6 6 three O four TOP. In Washington, breaking news happens every day. This just in from Arlington. So can you really
2 men rescued from rubble 261 hours after devastating earthquake in Turkey
"More than ten days after the powerful earthquake struck, rescuers overnight have pulled out a child a woman and two men alive from the wreckage. The latest rescues come as cruise began clearing that debris in cities devastated by the earthquake. Neslihan kilic, a 29 year old mother of two, has been removed from the rubble of a building in karaman. After being trapped for 258 hours, the rescue occurred, the private DHA news agency reports when a forklift operator lifted her bed and noticed a hand moving, her father had been waiting outside the building. He says, I believed she would come out. I had a feeling in
Former officers to appear before judge in Tyre Nichols death
"The 5 former Memphis police officers accused of killing Tyree Nichols are expected to make their first court appearance today. The 5 are charged with second degree murder aggravated assault and related offenses. They've all been out on bond. They claim they stopped Tyree Nichols for a traffic violation in January, but police officials say there is no verified evidence to support that claim. Video shows Nichols being punched, kit, and slugged with a baton, and records say one officer took photos of the 29 year old man, as he was propped up against an unmarked police car, Nichols died three days later. I'm Donna water
Memphis officer took, shared photos of bloodied Tyre Nichols
"There are more shocking revelations in the brutal beating death of Tyree Nichols. Documents say one Memphis police officer accused of beating the 29 year old man, took photos and sent them to other officers and a female acquaintance, the documents released by the Tennessee peace officers standards and training commission say Demetrius Haley stood over Nichols as he lay bloodied and propped up against a police car, and took the photos. In a request that Haley and four other officers charged with second degree murder be decertified, the Memphis police department wrote your own duty conduct was unjustly blatantly unprofessional and unbecoming for a sworn public servant, Halley's lawyer declined to comment. I'm Donna water
NYC Illegals Refuse to Leave Hotel, Demand Better Living Conditions
"Crazy stories going on in the world right now. The craziest has to be illegals in New York City refusing to leave their cushy hotel because they want better quality housing. And the city of New York is like, well, what are we going to do? They don't want to leave. They don't want to leave the hotel. These are all single men who were told they had to leave their hotel rooms at the west side hotel in hell's kitchen in midtown Manhattan. In order to make room for migrants with families, including women and children. They were going to have the men be relocated to a temporary shelter at a cruise line terminal in Brooklyn, New York. They ain't going. Doesn't meet their standards. It does. This housing is not good enough for these illegals. They want to stay in the hotel. And so they're just not leaving. And of course, New York being New York, they don't know what to do because they don't want to look like they're anti migrant. What are you going to do? You can't be mean to them. This is a little bit like the Tyree Nichols story. This awful beating death of this 29 year old FedEx driver in Memphis, all we've heard for years is that black Americans are incapable of racism. You can't be racist if you're black, whites have all the privilege. Only white people are racists.
Whoopi Goldberg Suggests Beating White People First for Police Reform
"The typical race baiters out in force, look at Whoopi Goldberg yesterday, she had to weigh in. Listen to this classic comment. Listen to this despicable takeaway. Well, if white people got beat more often, maybe we get this fixed. This is something that she actually said yesterday on ABC's the view. When will the brutality finally lead to some police for farm from the ground up because clearly, it doesn't matter if it's a white policeman or a black policeman. It is a problem in the police and the police thing. Itself. You know, seems things don't seem to make sense to people unless there's somebody they can feel or they can recognize. But how many times do we have to do we need to see white people also get beaten before anybody will do anything? I'm not suggesting that. So don't write us and tell me what a racist I am. Oh, you're a racist. Nobody needs to write you. You don't need to put that down in writing. You are a racist. And now that it's okay to recognize that black people are capable of racism because now it is, it's accurate to call Whoopi Goldberg or racist. What you want white people beat, you don't think us white people can relate to a 29 year old man? Beaten to death by police officers, you see for most of us, Whoopi, it isn't about race. It's about corruption and brutality and crime, these are criminals. This is awful.
What Led the Rage to Arrest and Beat Tyre Nichols?
"You know, I'm asking an inevitable question that I feel guilty about. The inevitable question that I feel guilty about, I must ask, but I'll tell you why I feel guilty about it because it feels like I'm blaming the victim here. And I don't want to blame the victim. I have nothing but sympathy and sadness over the death of 29 year old Tyree Nichols, like, I think almost everybody in the world does. This is one issue where finally we've seen a little bit unified. We're all disgusted and angry and sickened over the beating death of this Memphis FedEx driver. But I can't stop wondering what caused these police officers to collectively fly into a blind rage. I hope they stomp his ass what? For what? What did he do? Reckless driving he didn't turn his turn signal on? What did he did he coached through a stop sign? Was he taunting them? And listen, the reason I feel guilty about it is again, it sounds like one of those, well, what did she do to get the beating that she received from her boyfriend or her husband? You know what I mean? I don't want to make it sound like he did anything that deserved getting beaten to death because he didn't. But what in the world led to this kind of fury, this kind of violence, this kind of rage, I don't get it. I do not understand this at all.
Memphis Police Release Video in Tyre Nichols' Death
"And then one point he's calling for his mother For his mother You know when you're 29 years old and you're calling for your mother maybe you're 65 my aging you're calling for your mother It's because you think you're going to die Don't you think rich Now we have some audio Now let's check it out Go ahead Man if you don't lay down I am out in the corner I'm not doing That's the first time he was running away So the gentleman would call makes a good point We don't know what happened up to the point where they stopped him and pulled him out of the car like that But nothing really justifies what took place
Caller: There Won't Be As Many Protests
"How are you doing, Mike? You look great on the Salem news channel. Thank you very much. All right. All right, now I will give the Memphis authorities credit for wanting to make sure that there's no riots or any going on in their cities. I would daresay that there probably won't be as much riots or protesting in such over this incident versus past incidents for this main reason. The victim was black obviously, but the cops were black, right. If the cops who did this to this 29 year old man were white, they would have already been riots and protests and all sorts of things going on across the country. They wouldn't want to have to wait for a video to repeat released. It would have happened already. And the truth of the matter is if there is any violence in Memphis or Atlanta or anywhere else in the country, it will prove that the effort to smear police officers and to disparage law enforcement, Trump's racial unrest or racial conflict. And we'll wait and see. I'm praying that there is no violence, but I'm praying always for a peaceful reaction. Peaceful protest is something we should all champion. Burning down a Wendy's because of a police shooting or some police action should not be supported in any way, shape or form and reasonable people know that.
"29 year old" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Recent criticism of Barkley He's gonna be on the field for us He's got an impact player for us We're gonna keep finding ways to get him the ball Handoffs Paul's screens passes whatever it takes You know we're gonna find ways to put the ball in his hands let him make plays He's a tough dude who's a competitor who's a leader on this team He's got great value for organization I love having him out here So no I'm not gonna question this guy's toughness at all 44 year old Tom Brady named Sports Illustrated sportsman of the year 40 year old Serena Williams will not play the upcoming Australian open 45 year old Tiger Woods is going to play golf next month the PNC team event near his home in Orlando Tiger will pair up with his 12 year old son will be his first public golf since the car accident last February John star shower Bloomberg sports Nathan What's going on with the 40 somethings Thank you John It is 5 37 on Wall Street time for the tri state business report here's Bloomberg's Ed Corey Demand for Manhattan apartments sent rent soaring the most on record in November even without a mass return to the office The median rent jumped 23% from a year earlier to 3369 bucks according to a report Thursday by Miller Samuel and Douglas elliman real estate Sources tell Bloomberg Manhattan's American copper buildings are being sold for about $850 million It will be one of New York's biggest residential deals since the pandemic began Owners JDS development group and baupost group are selling the Murray hill buildings to Manhattan based black spruce management for Atlantic City's 9 casinos are in danger of closing if the state does not pass a bill giving tax breaks to the casinos New Jersey's outgoing state Senate president Steve Sweeney made the claim at a Senate budget committee hearing As ja Bloomberg tried state business report I'm Ed Corey They said it's 5 38 on Wall Street Bloomberg radio is on the air from San Francisco to New York London to Hong Kong Let's check in with our global news team for some of the top stories heard on our 300 affiliate radio stations.
"29 year old" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of sports from around the world Here's Dan Schwartzman Thanks dad Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard has been named the new manager at Aston Villa and asked signed a three and a half year contract Gerard takes over from Dean Smith who has sacked on Sunday Gerard had been managing the Glasgow rangers of the Swedish Premier League leading the club to the league title and an unbeaten season last year Reports say that Barcelona will have less than €10 million to spend during the January transfer window due to the financial restrictions placed on the club by La Liga Camden spending €97 million for the season based on financial losses suffered by the club over the past two years Varsa has struggled currently sitting in 9th place in the league table to 12 matches Quarterback Cam Newton has agreed to rejoin the Carolina Panthers for the rest of the season with Sam darnold that at least the next month with a shoulder injury Newton who was released by the Patriots before the start of the season played 9 years with the Panthers leading the team to the Super Bowl 2015 while winning NFL MVP It's an AFC match about Thursday Night Football as a two and 7 Miami Dolphins are hosting the 6 and two Baltimore Ravens Miami is coming off a home and over the Texans while they have seen north leading ravens knocked off the Vikings at overtime Finally the Los Angeles Rams have signed free agent Odell Beckham junior The 29 year old will join a loaded wide receiver group with Cooper Cup Robert wood and van Jefferson The three time pro bowler cleared waivers on Tuesday after being released by the Cleveland Browns On the in Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports have aid Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day at Bloomberg dot com The Bloomberg business at and at Bloomberg quick take This is a Bloomberg business flash We are seeing positivity.
"29 year old" Discussed on WHUR-FM
"That. Keyshia? Yeah, that kid got right in it. Yeah, but you're saying you think the wife overreacted? Um I do, Okay. But I also understand her position. But she jumped to the conclusion without no other proof other than she had the keys to the car. She should apologize. Alright, Here we go. But that ain't gonna happen. There is definitely Yeah. All right. Moving on Mali in Tupelo, Mississippi, says I'm 29 year old single mother and my boyfriend of five years just moved in with a guy I slept with. Last year. I slept with a guy while my Boyfriend was deployed last year. He works with a guy now and they decided to be roommates. Though my boyfriend can save up to buy a house. My boyfriend can't live with me because my son's father won't allow it. Do I tell my boyfriend that I had sex with his roommate or pray it never come, Uh, better get to play. Thank you. Don't walk that information in the door that you slept with him. Why? He was deploy. Uh, You know, Listen to me. There's a saying that everything comes to light. That's not true. Yes, that's just not true. It's not true, Steve single start bringing everything to the light. Turn that damn light off, right, sometimes sometimes in our lives,.
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"To revolutionize the banking industry, eliminating the need to visit a bank to conduct basic financial transactions this week in 1972, and what was billed as the match of this Century American chess grandmaster Bobby Fischer defeats Russian Bar Spassky during the World Chess championship in Reykjavik, Iceland, in the world's most publicized title match ever played. Fisher, a 29 year old Brooklynite became the first American to win the competition since its inception in 18 66. The victory also marked the first time a non Russian had won the event in 24 years. And this week in 1985 73 years after it sank to the North Atlantic Ocean floor, a joint US French expedition locates the wreck of the RMS Titanic. The sunken ship was about 400 miles east of Newfoundland, in the North Atlantic. Some 13,000 ft. Below the surface. The Titanic is now routinely explored in several 1000 artifacts have been recovered. And that's what happened. Thanks for listening to this week in history on I Heart Radio, Live local Am 6 40 I Heart radio station. You see, I'm burnt K f. I am 6 40. You have Dr Wendy Walsh with you. I love these three. Our show's producer, Kayla, we get to really get into it. All the information is given in these three hours have stuff for people in relationships. We have stuff for people in therapy. We get colors..
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"Year ago today, a white police officer in Kenosha, Wisconsin, shot 29 year old Jacob Blake Jr multiple times in the back. Blake, who is black, was paralyzed from the waist down. In the several nights of protests that followed. Two people died and dozens of Kenosha businesses were burned. Chuck Wambach from member station W. W. M reports one year later, some business owners are still waiting to get their livelihoods back. And the Blake family is still hoping for a federal investigation. The pain of having a son paralyzed from the waist down is evident in the voice of Blake's father, Jacob Blake senior. He spoke at a weekend rally in Kenosha, marking the one year anniversary of the shooting. My son's ability to walk was taken from me. To enjoy my son. Frolicking playing around. We enjoy the same things that are white Caucasian counterparts enjoy watching our Children playing grow. It also still troubles the family that Kenosha prosecutors declined the issue charges against Boston Schuss ski, the White police officer who shot the younger Blake. The district attorney said he couldn't disprove shot skis contention that he acted in self defense because she husky feared Blake would stab him. The officer is back on active duty with the Kenosha Police Department at a desk job. Likes family has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against Schatsky. But Jacob Blake senior also wants a federal Justice Department probe of the Police Department and district attorney's office, saying it would help many victims of police shootings. You understand if we're not out here just for one family. We're out here for the whole collective of the families that have suffered. The Kenosha police chief from last year has retired. The new interim chief, Eric Larson, says he's been meeting often with the local community group and bringing other changes to the department. He recently told Milwaukee television station WTMJ that the future looks good. You're not always going to be able to get along with everyone. But we're going to put our best foot forward and we're gonna try. Larson says he plans to make use of trained volunteers to try to interrupt or head off violence in the city. And later this year, he says, street officers will start using body cameras..
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"And they look like alright, guys. Let's recap today's strawberry letter. The subject is it number one or number two, a 29 year old woman wrote in she's single. She's been dating a 29 year old man for four years, they've had an on and off relationship. For those four years. They broke up about a year ago while they broke up. He met a chick, she says fell in love She the chick fell in love with him quickly, he said. It was just casual sex. But But then the two of them decided to get back together. And then this other woman that he met while they were off while they were off. Wouldn't leave them alone. She kept bothering them. She got pregnant by him. He decided to marry her. Uh And then the woman who wrote the letter found out she was pregnant as well. Um, the mantle her to name the son that she was having after him, but come to find out. The wife also had a boy. So she named him after her husband. So this woman who wrote the letter is confused. She wants to know if she number one. Is she number two? Why is he lying? Why is she out of his life? He didn't text her back when she told her that the baby was born or anything, so she's trying to figure it out. But there's nothing to figure out He has moved on. And that's what you need to do. Jay. What you got. I'm gonna give you some numbers real quick. Okay, I'm gonna have some damn numbers number one. That man has moved on with his damn life. Okay, Number two. He's number two. He's not thinking about you or that damn baby number three. Once you get a number, you've been in a place where they give you a number Once you get that number. That is your damn number. You can't change that number. You are number you are number You probably number eight. You number eight Do you ain't even you ain't even 234567 or eight number four. That man. He's got his hands full with the baby that he had. He ain't got time to take on another baby number five. I wish you walk over there and clown. Your life is in hell, no. Leave it like it is move on with your night and I'm sure they've been probably look like him. It probably do him look like him at all. You just saying that. We don't know what that baby looked like, and he was absolutely right. You did sneak into bed. You did put him on. He wasn't up all that He put jazz on the couch. They say I know you in the bed. That ain't his fault. Your damn vote. You need to accept some responsibility, but where you are right now in your life, That's number six Leave. That man alone does not his baby. Move on with your life. That's it. Number six. I'm done. You don't think it's his baby? Hell, no. That ain't his damn baby. He put on the couch. Next thing he knows she in the bed that anyway he put you put you have. Yeah. What you on the couch? Why are you woman that he's marrying on the couch? Yeah, that's the one. He loves to be married. Who we love. Yeah, he don't. He don't love you saying that we don't love him. Who think that? Hey, come on, Juno. What you got? Break it down. Yeah. Let me let me just tell this lady this. Um you know, I'm which first of all everybody great great answers because we don't know what number you are, but you only gave us two to choose from, So we go audio number one and number two. The other litmus test for this. We've been again the limit. So we're going to find out if you would never want a number two. We were going to the question back at you now agree was sure that if you went first of all if you have to ask probably number two, and here's why number one don't know nothing but number two, but hello to know everything about number one. Come on. What you think I'm lying. You just sat here and wrote us a whole letter With info about number one h hold letter. You know about the marriage. Perfect. You've made your baby number two because you have to take the name. You want it? They give it to number one. Right? You were number two. I don't even know. Look notice number one didn't write in. Mm. Number two wrote in because number one don't know nothing about you. She may suspect you around, but she don't know. So she gonna get married and let me tell you another thing. Men tell number two's believable lies. I'm doing this for the baby. That's why I married her. You believe this man instead of for the full fledged church, pack to the rib and say I'm only here because we got this baby. Go ahead, Refa. Bring the vials off, Right love number one. Yep. That's why number one get to go over there. Fall asleep, Sneak in the room. She didn't sneak. She walked in there. She's never on the couch. She was never on the couch. You ain't even now. Why would she be able to catch and you ain't there if he was there, she might be on the count. But you, wasn't it. You believe another lie? I I put on the couch. No, she did. She took a coffee cup. Drinking on the side of bed with him. Didn't have sex. He was at home. We tell you believable lies. Now. Here, you watch out there. If.
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"Work on the building built in 1981 Natalie Rodriguez Miami Manhunt is underway for a suspect who shot a Daytona Beach police officer in the head. 29 year old. Both L. Wallace is accused of shooting the officer as he was being questioned. The encounter was captured on video is going. Do you like it was going on down, sir, You sit down and talk to you. Come on. Come on. I don't do this. Sit down. Why are you asking? You got in here? Do you live here? Yes, and what's going on? Daytona Beach police chief calls the gun and a coward, the officer listed in serious condition. A bipartisan deal to fund of nationwide infrastructure upgrade is closer, but there are still some sticking points. 10 Democrats and 11 Republicans announced Wednesday that they've reached a bipartisan agreement on a potential deal. The White House previously called for the $2.3 trillion That number was too high for Republicans. In the end, though, Wednesday's talks did show progress, with government officials reporting the framework is all set for the bill. But the specifics like how it all be paid for, still need to be ironed out in Washington. I'm Kevin Corke Fox News. President Biden is taking action before possible summer spike in crime. He unveiled new steps to crack down on gun violence as homicides soared 30% last year. That includes cutting off the flow of illegally sold firearms in a zero tolerance policy for gun dealers. The FDA is warning about a possible rare side effect of covid vaccinations. A CDC panel says that there's a likely link of heart inflammation and kids and young adults to the Pfizer and Moderna shots. That prompted the FDA to add a warning to the vaccines. So are you ever too old to play Indiana Jones Harrison Ford gets hurt on set,.
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"Of the U. S. B. Holly Springs police chief Tom Key, Healy. One thing that I have been amazed about in this City. Is the support that we get from the community, and they have needed it today. Authorities identify now the Holly Springs police officer killed in the line of duty this morning as 25 year old Joe Burson. Married about a year and a half from the force for just more than a year, according to the FBI, who is conducting the investigation. The Holly Springs officer was making a traffic stop near Hickory Road between new light and little roads early this morning when he was dragged to his death by the vehicle he was stopping. The suspect in that incident has been identified as 29 year old anti Dolce, A of Cherokee County. He was then shot and killed by an officer, according to investigators. The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports. This is the first Holly Springs officer to die in the line of duty and the fourth law enforcement officer to be killed while working this year. Michelle RIGHT, 95.5 WSB President Biden signs the bill making June 19th Juneteenth as it's known, making it a federal holiday. This is Really, really, really important moment in our history. It's the first new federal holiday approved since MLK Day came about in 1983 Juneteenth marks the day the last slaves learned they were free in Texas, 2.5 years after the Emancipation Proclamation. New rules to be in place for tonight's Gwinnett County School board meeting after disruptions last month forced members to flee to another part of the building. Additional officers will be on hand at the meeting and on the campus of the district headquarters. It comes after a disruption last month from attendees who refused to follow the school board's rules to wear a mask. We have we have a meeting. To hold. While there are no mass requirements this time, anyone who disrupts the meeting after being asked to stop will be escorted out and could face criminal charges. Speakers will also be limited to 30 and a required to pre register ahead of time. Sandra Parish 95.5 ws and WSB News time is 6 34. We are getting ready for Vice President Harrison's visit to Atlanta to gin up enthusiasm for the covid vaccine. What that could mean for traffic and Clark Howard's key to saving money during food price spikes on 95.5.
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"This country headed begins here. The other countries have to be looking at it right now. Like this is a mess for job. You talk 20 w B A P W b a p dot com. Alright, stupid dogs here. It's the It's that part of the day that we all sit back. You know, make us are our bloody Mary. No, no cigar going? We don't know bad for you remember? Oh, that's bad for your brain. Now. Open a cold one. Open a cold one, then. Okay, you No, no, no, no, no. No, But tell me something. Tell us all something good student. Well for Mother's Day, it cost us to be Mama got some flowers and gifts and cards. Some food. Come think Come. Think of. It sounds a lot like last Mother's Day. But 29 year old Serena Torres of Middletown, New York, She really enjoyed her mother's Day this year. Because it she wasn't totally sure she was gonna live to see it. Ms. Torres is a speech pathologist who works with preschool Children with special needs, and she was diagnosed with covert 19. She didn't think I was gonna hit her too hard. She didn't have any complicated medical history. She's young. She works out every day, but she spent four months in the hospital, two of those and intensive care with heart, lung and kidney failure. That she was put into him. She was put into a medically induced coma was kept alive on a ventilator. The ventilator wasn't enough. So they brought in something called an extracorporeal membrane Oxygenation machine. Oh, yeah. I was in my backseat Do Yeah, just for our purposes. We'll just call it Ted. It removes carbon dioxide from the blood and then since blood back into the body with lots of oxygen, it also allows the heart the lungs a chance to heal. She was on dialysis. Also, doctors say she was the sickest of the sixth and see anything like this. Don't sound very good so far. No. Oh, you want more? She was six months pregnant. Good, good. Gosh, you're kidding. She was in such a deteriorating state that doctors performed an emergency C section. And that's the at that point. We welcome all of Sandra Rose Torres weighing only £4, and since she was born premature, she spent the first month of her her life in neonatal intensive care. After that, you know, four weeks after she was born, she and Dad got to go home. Mom didn't But once she was, Ms Torres was brought out of the coma. She still had to stay in the hospital for a few more months. She had to get her strength back. She had to recover from other complications. Like blood clots that required the amputation of all of her toes, waiting for something good, exactly. She's 29 years old. Yes, God down 28. Yeah. All this do to cut and due to covert restrictions, she still had not been able to see her baby. Not up close. You've seen pictures. She hadn't gone to see her in person. Well, Four months after giving birth to Alessandra Serena Torres finally got to see and hold her daughter. She she started, she says, and this is her word, she says. I started doing the ugly cry. Where you look so bad when you cry, but you don't care who sees it, And she said Alexander just grabbed ahold of her finger and wouldn't let go. She's now home with her baby and her husband, but she still recovering from complications from the cove it she has no Robert, the in her arms and legs, just spinal issues, thyroid issues. She's in a wheelchair, and she's undergoing physical therapy to help her regain balance from losing her toes. But she said her first mother's day was awesome. Did you imagine? I imagine you set the bar a fairly high. I don't know horses. Of course it was awesome. What chocolates was this man? Yeah, huh? Good girl 29 years old and she is going through that still. Still Our goodness. Well, that's AH, That's a good news least released Despite the celebration, Mother's Day the articles that I read a pertain to They showed pictures of her with the baby and none of them. Miss Tauruses is not smiling. She's smiling of huge and every single one. She is happy to be alive, and she's happy that her baby's good and 15 to Yes, 8 52 traffic.
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"Made awkwardness its own kind of funny. It is Wednesday, May 19th singer Sam Smith is 29 years old today. The news is next. Live from NPR news. I'm Janine Herbs the houses that to vote today on a proposal to create a bipartisan commission to investigate the deadly January 6th attack on the U. S. Capitol. But as NPR's child, Snyder reports top Republicans are resisting. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy has come out in opposition to the proposal, and former President Donald Trump is urging Republicans to reject it. The full House is set to vote on the proposal. After one approval in the House Rules Committee along a party line vote. The proposal would set up an independent commission to investigate the attack. Similar to the panel that examine the 9 11 attacks. The proposal is expected to pass the house, but it may have a tougher time in the Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer is promising to bring it up for a vote. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell says Republicans are willing to listen to arguments about why such a commission is needed, but that he is pushing the pause button. Royal Snyder NPR news because officials say at least six Palestinians were killed in Israeli airstrikes overnight as fighting enters its 10th Day in Gaza. At least 219 Palestinians have been killed in Israel. At least 12 people have been killed by Palestinian rocket fire, and Israeli military official says Israel is preparing for more days of fighting. As NPR's Daniel Estrin reports from Tel Aviv. A senior Israeli military officials spoke to reporters, including NPR, on condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive matters related to the fighting. He said Israel had killed senior Gaza militants crippled its rocket launching capabilities and destroyed roughly 1/5 of an underground tunnel network. Israel says Hamas built in Gaza, The officials said the aim was to deter Hamas from firing rockets deep into Israel and to take the opportunity to hit it. Infrastructure Hamas had built up since their last war in 2014. The Israeli official would not discuss ceasefire demands, but said Israel has quote assessing whether the achievements are enough to bring a message to Hamas. Daniel Estrin. NPR news Tell Aviv Tonight. Ford unveils its new F 1 50 pickup and all electric truck they're calling the Lightning. NPR's Camilla Domina ski has more. The auto industry is betting huge quantities of money on a transition away from gas and diesel vehicles toward electric ones. Governments are promoting the shift because moving away from gas and diesel cars is a critical part of any plan to tackle climate change. Investors are on board because of the example of Tesla's runaway success Right now, Battery powered cars make up less than 3% of U. S sales. But they're also haven't been a ton of options. So the pivotal question is as more electric vehicles come on the market. Will drivers want to buy them? The F 1. 50 is America's most popular vehicle, so the fact that this truck is getting an electric version is getting a lot of attention. Camilla Domino SKI NPR news U. S futures contracts of trading lower at this hour. The NASDAQ Futures are down 1.5% our futures down 8/10 of a percent. This is NPR. Live from news 88 7 in Houston. I'm Kyra Buckley. Houston schools will no longer be able to require masks after June. 4th Governor Greg Abbott has issued an order banning school district statewide from requiring face coverings and government reporter Andrew Schneider says public schools and universities are moving quickly to comply. Houston eyes do. You should've brief public statement saying that it intends to comply with the governor's order and is awaiting further guidance from the Texas Education Agency. Spring branch eyes appears prepared to move more quickly. It issued a statement saying its board of trustees will meet next Monday. They're expected to take action on a resolution making masks optional As of May, 25th. Likewise, the University of Houston is issued a statement saying masks would no longer be required on campus. However, the university continues to encourage the wearing of face coverings, particularly for individuals who are not fully vaccinated. I'm Andrew Schneider in Houston. Houstonians are debating the future of the police department as the city maps out next year's budget. As news 88 sevens Jen Rice tells us the new chief and some community members want to move in opposite directions. Mayor Sylvester Turner's plan boosts the police budget by around $30 million and ads around 200 officers. Violent crime has increased over the past year with murders up around 40%. HPD chief Troy Fenner says Houston needs more cops on the streets. You have to be practical and look at your cities. We need more police and we don't need much more funding. But Brandon Mac elite organizer with black lives matter, Houston was one of a dozen people who called in to ask for cuts. I am urging the members of the Houston City Council to not increase the budget for Houston Police Department Into instead allocate funds for other areas such a neighborhood, Houston Health Department libraries and used them family services. We do not need more police police reform advocates say boosting community resource is does more to fight crime and reduce violence than adding more police. I'm generous in Houston. Hundreds of pro Palestinian demonstrators gathered outside the consulate general of Israel in Houston last night. As violence continues in some parts of the Middle East. Some are. Taha was in the occupied West Bank in 2018 when violence erupted. To cycle The.
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"It. Get it, Right. Talk Radio 7 98 ABC News of two or three I'm Steve Coming, Orange County today reported 47 new cases of covert 19 and five more death says the county continues to close in on qualifying for the least restrictive tier of the state's economic re opening system. The county's hospitalizations due to the coronavirus dropped from 93 yesterday to 90 today, while the number of patients in intensive care ticked up from 22 22. The guard at the downtown Los Angeles Jail, is recovering after being attacked by an inmate officials say the female custody assistant was punched Wednesday while handling 29 year old a Nofal Mesa toilet paper at the inmate reception center in the Chinatown district. The unidentified guard was treated for head and facial injuries. She's listed in stable condition. Mesa was taken to a high security area of the jail. He's now facing charges while an investigation into the assault continues. The incident was captured on security video and Fullerton Police plan to beef up patrols due to an increase in fights. Unruly crowds, do you I arrests and weapons violations in the city's downtown district. Beginning today, Additional officers will patrol the area comprised of a stretch of Harbor Boulevard between chaplain at Santa Fe Avenues. K A. B. C So Cal weather sunny this afternoon with highs from the upper fifties to mid sixties at the beaches to the lower to mid seventies inland. Woodland Hills has 73 degrees Hawthorne is 64 downtown has 70 I'm Steve. Coming. Listen for your shot at $25,000. The national keyword in the 25 K weekday.
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"Got Tell me something good coming up here at 8 45. Because this story that I'm going to give you is not something good. This is it is a sad, sad story. In San Diego, where a 29 year old woman has died. Her name was Taylor Kali. She was walking through the East Village in San Diego on April 25th with a date on She's an on Lee child. She leaves behind her father in to rescue dogs ruined Stella. I. They say she was a fun loving spirit. She touched many people's lives. She had started working for McFarland recently. In E mean they House. Just the census is a horrible story that she died. She kept everyone on track. She died walking down the street in the East Village of San Diego. When someone jumped off a building and landed on top of her. You gotta be kidding. No. It was a parking structure. An adult male between 20 and 30 years of age jumped Off the ninth floor balcony. And landed on top of her. So somebody was trying to commit suicide? Yes. And she was of the bottom. She was with wrong place at the wrong time. Good, Josh. Walking down the street. On a date. Someone fell on top of her and killed her instantly. In that something. What do you What do you What do you do? E mean, what You have to really come come into play here. You think about that dance? Oh, my gosh. You know who loses his daughter because someone else took their own life and took hers with Unbelievable. That is so So horrible. Yes. Traffic right now that tell me something good will pick it up here. All right? Yes. After we check in with money, Cook Money, Daddy Wreck I 35 year on the north bound side of Harry Hines Raceway That one already started back things up beyond Regal row. Also the one I 30, East Bennett fielder. It now has the roadway shut down because of the crash. Backups are solid 27, 20 and onlookers are starting to form up westbound.
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"Though they had valid appointment confirmations. Katrina Lipinski, a 29 year old registered nurse practitioner who had volunteered with the company to administer vaccines. Told The Philadelphia Inquirer. She wasn't even asked for her credentials. Before she was allowed to administer the vaccine. She also said she saw people who were not authorized to get vaccinated. Receiving a dose back on January 16. On January 23rd, she said. Canceled appointments led to leftover vaccines. So, company staff told volunteers. They could invite their friends and family to come get vaccinated. She also said that she saw the owner direction take 10 doses off site. As one source reported. The night direction allegedly took the vaccine doses. A photo circulated around Snapchat of him, quote. Getting ready to administer an unspecified syringe off site. According to three sources who saw the image. Sources told the outlet independently that the image showed erosion quote. Wearing a suit as he held a syringe before a seated person in what appears to be someone's private residence. Erosion denied taking the vaccine. To Philadelphia magazine. Another volunteer. Told the source that'd erosion and other company executives bragged about getting rich. Former volunteer told the outlet. Wh why? Why? They weren't even bragging about how they were helping the community. They were bragging about how rich they were going to get Just 2.5 weeks after Philadelphia tapped Philly Fighting Cove in to run the mass clinic. The city cut ties with the group. So here's what's interesting. Over the last year. You get Fauci and all these people. Who found, she originally said you have the audio of Fauci saying there's no reason to wear a mask. Fauci. And these folks said Don't wear a mask A mask does more good than harm. And then in almost immediately he turned around and said, You gotta wear a mask. Right now in the United States. People should not be walking around with masks. You're sure of it? Because people are listening really closely to this right now. People should not be warned. There's no reason to be walking around with the mask. When you're in the middle of an outbreak. Wearing a mask might make people feel a little bit better, and it might even block of a droplet. But it's not providing the perfect protection that people think that it is. And often, there are unintended consequences. People keep fiddling with the mask, and they keep touching their face. And can you get some much sort of staying inside their horse? Of course. But when you think mask you should think of healthcare providers needing them. People who are ill. So Did he really not believe that masks? Work. His defenders have said that the reason he did that Is he didn't want you and me to go out and buy masks. So that there would be enough masks available. For health care workers. So You mean? If we're to believe that That means he lied to us. And presumably, he lied to us. To benefit Other people. And then he comes back later and says no. Wear the mask. But Were you lying then? Are you were lying now. Because you've already told me the mass doesn't do any good. Now, The New York Times. Is quoting Fauci and Sami's others. Saying You should wear two masks. So one mask. Is a bad idea. Now it's a great idea. Now it's two masks because one isn't enough. Maybe if we put enough masks We won't be able to breathe at all. And we'll die. And then they won't have to worry about us storming the Capitol. So The mask don't work. But now the masts are required. That's the only thing is going to save us all. So why is it that every time we see them? When the cameras were turned off. They keep taking the mask off. Why is it They lecture us to wear masks. So this is how these kids get hired to run a mass vaccine. People in a moment of fear have stopped using their brains. Southern pride, Southern Fried Michael, very show free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the U. S. Department of.
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"A eyes San Antonio and I Heart radio station. News. I'm tearing McCue. Minnesota prosecutors, citing covert restrictions and their request to have the trial of the four cops charged in the murder of George Floyd delayed the trial scheduled for March, 8th for the now fired officers charged in the death of Floyd and May. Prosecutors want to delay the trial until June, 7th They're chopping is charged with murder Three others with aiding and abetting Fox is Tom regarding. Be careful of who you're online Friends are 29 year old Caliber six sent his old boss of Facebook request on Christmas Eve. But when he didn't get a prompt response, versus reportedly said his ex boss, menacing messages, including one that red accept my friend request or I'm going to murder you. Williston Herald Reporting versus is accused of kicking down the front door of his former boss's house. He's charged with felony counts of burglary and terrorizing Fox is Krista Mayo America is listening to Fox News. From the W away I traffic center. Well, good morning. Still expect this accident affecting the entrance ramp there and how we won 51 eastbound at report. 10 can expect more turnaround. In addition, construction there Texas 40 60 spend the night in us 87 as well as a three minute travel time. Only 14 South bound between I 35 I 10. If you see any traffic problems called to 10785 26 year one I've been around since Radio 200 w o ei This report is sponsored by Compassion International. It's a new year. But.