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"30 months" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Pass it along here now from This dope Jack Harris to Aaron who's are doping today? That's right. Well, listen, I like getting my haircut and sometimes I don't get the best haircut. You know what? I don't freak out because I know it's going to grow back, and eventually my hair will be fine and I'll get a new cut. And then next cup will be fine. Not Lorenzo Malik. He takes his haircuts very seriously. Phoenix police say Malik was arrested after allegedly assaulting the barber who screwed up his do After voicing his displeasure with the look. Lorenzo was reportedly not given his money back. And proceeded to punch the victim in the mouth an unknown number of times he did not like that hair cut from their Malik is accused of ripping the necklace off the victim's neck, running out of the shop, dropping the necklace and then hitting another car as you peeled out of the parking lot. He's looking at 18 to 30 months in jail for getting that angry over a bad haircut. Hopefully he gets a better haircut in jail. Hopefully them However, they're real good in there. Well, I just got my hair cut yesterday. Happy with it. It looks good. Oh, yeah. I'm happy with the same thing. Every couple of weeks. You didn't feel the need to punch your barber in the mouth, Not even closed. She probably punched me back. It's a she Okay, Forget that question. Can't do that for sure. No, you go to a salon, Jack. Uh, it is. Yeah, it is actually a salon. But she's a barber. I mean, she does. Mens air cuts. Are you the only guy in very good There are other guys that go there, but the only one when I'm in there, Yeah. For sure. And there are in the other room. There are women with those big things over their heads. Getting whatever is done when you stick your head in there. What is that thing? I have no idea. I know it's a big metal thing. I know what you're talking about. I've never had to use and I think it's a hair dryer. Maybe it's used to set perms. I'm not really sure I've literally never had to use one of them. I figured because usually it's funny. You're describing it just because I have no idea what what it actually does. Either. I see it all the time that the women put their hair in curls. I think it's Yeah, because they want to curl it or straight. Whatever it is, that's one of the reasons I much rather be a guy than a girl. I can't matter what I look like with a purpose, not have to Always do things. Your hair. I mean, Katie and your piles it up on top one time and then back down. And yeah, that's as far as I go with doing my hair. It goes up and it comes down and that's about it. I don't get fancy. Well, it is even doing that. And you know, I don't have to pile my hair up. Based on your description. You are definitely out of salon. Yeah, it's well, it's got it's a salon and barbershop. Cause of mine. Where my mind we watch sports on the television. Uh, let's say there's no hair dryers. They don't have any TV sets where I go. It's fantastic stands, but Anyway. It is, uh, 6 40. We're going to be hearing from Jay Ratliff coming up here in a moment and rack your brain before the hour is over. And what are we giving away? We have Terrance William tickets and tickets to bolts brew fast. So you know what? I wanted to be a mystery for the listener of which one we're going to give away. Okay, the mystery coming up because then they just call for the prize. You know, I want him to call because they're pumped to play rock your brain? Yes, indeed. That's the challenge. That's straight ahead. Right now. The traffic is straight ahead with John Thomas for the.
Samsung Heir Lee Jae-Yong Released From Prison on Parole
"The de facto head of the South Korean electronics giant. Samsung has been released on parole after serving just over half of the 30 month prison sentence for corruption. Lee Jae Yong was convicted of bribery and embezzlement in a scandal which led to the impeachment of the former South Korean president,
"30 months" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Now the rust report on Denver's talk station 6 30 K. How, or at least a couple of years, one of the worst people in the world was attorney Michael Abernathy. You remember him? He was a trump hater who represented porn star Stormy Daniels. And then he ended up embezzling money from her. Then he an attorney, Mark Geragos, tried to extort millions of dollars out of Nike after one of his former clients, a man named Gary Franklin accused Nike of corruptly paying college basketball players and their families. Essentially, Evan Adi and Garagos went to Nike and said, If you don't pay us, we're going to go public. And quote. Take $10 billion off of Nike stock market capitalization, he said. I'm not effing around with this and I'm not continuing to play games, 20 said to Nike's lawyers, Then he was arrested yesterday, Michael Abenaki was sentenced to 30 months in prison, much less than the nine years that the federal guidelines suggested, but this is just the first of the trials against him for crimes, including defrauding a mentally ill paraplegic out of money. In defrauding stormy Daniels With a little luck, he'll get even more jail time. He was in the courtroom crying, saying, and I quote I alone have destroyed my career, my relationships and my life. And there is no doubt I need to pay end. Quote. Indeed, you do, Michael. Indeed you do. And yesterday's Ross report brought to you by Ellen L. Heating and air conditioning Boy Was it hot yesterday? We've got a very strange air conditioning set up in our house. I think it's because part of it was in addition, so we have two separate air conditioning compressors. Two separate systems, two separate air handlers. It's a pain in the butt, but it means I have to systems that I need to make sure our working right and that's why I appreciate Ellen l heating and air conditioning. They'll come to your house and do a checkup on your For just $20.21. What a bargain. Learn more today at best. Denver h back dot com weekdays 2 to 4. The situation with Michael Brown. Apparently only one third of voters approved of how Vice President Harris is handling the border crisis. Well, you know, honestly. She just needs to tackle more. Let's talk about it, too. Come on, if I'm done Love it. Alright, I am sharing with you right now. An article entitled Master Cleanse C l E A N S C written a year ago by a woman named Cat Rosenfield. I just found it And I think if anything, it's more applicable today than it was a year ago. It is truly brilliant to summarize the part I shared with you. So far, she analogize is Self help books, which are mostly read by women and books that tell women that they are fundamentally flawed and basically that they always will be. And she analogize is that with the Wokeness movement, which is really something that appears to be picked up primarily by well to do, you know, Middle upper middle class. White women with a lot of free time on your hands. And What we're getting to now in this piece is a point that she makes In fact, just this one part I'm going to share with you again. Like any other luxury lifestyle choice, and she's talking about Joining this kind of wokeness trend. This one is an ongoing investment. Is it a marketing strategy? Convincing women. The social justice is best achieved through endless self interrogation is brilliant. The savviest brands on offer turn the profitable allure of unattainable itty into a core part of their ethic. Robin D'Angelo herself talks about anti racism the way some people would talk about training for a marathon. I want to build the stamina to handle the discomfort, so we don't retreat in the face of it, because retreating holds the status quo in place Only in this version. It's endless preparation for a race that never comes. Not even D'Angelo herself can give a straight answer to the question of how well meaning allies might put their education meaning like anti racist education. Or something into action. Here's the quote itself from D'Angelo. When they asked me what do I do? I have to ask a couple questions back. The first thing is How have you managed to not know It's 2018 as a white person in 2018. Why is that your question? How have you manage not to know what to do about racism when good information is everywhere, and people of color have been trying to tell us forever. What? So this woman is making millions of dollars on her grift on her. White hating. Race hustled by a white person. That's what this is. That's what Robin D. Angelo's white fragility is. And someone just says to her. Well, if I want to help if I want to make a difference, what should I do? And that seems like it should be a very simple question for someone Who's making millions of dollars marketing this so called anti racist. Nonsense. But she doesn't have an answer. So someone answer. What should I do? And she says, How do you not already know what what to do. It tells you so much right there. Now let me continue with Kat Rosenfield Incredible, incredible article Reading D'Angelo's book, however, it becomes clear that not knowing is part of the deal. White fragility explains Not only that white progressives are the most dangerous Racists of all, but that they always will be, and only through constant an unmitigated navel gazing can they hope to do less damage? This anti racist regimen isn't a solution. It's an intellectual diet that you'll be paying for over the rest of your life. Yet if the solipsism of the self help social justice genre is plain enough, so too, is its appeal. When so much injustice stems from huge, deep seated structural issues that have been created over decades. If not centuries, people will naturally gravitate toward the more manageable option of tweaking the contents of their own heads. Listen to this analogy is interesting. Given the choice between pulling weeds in your own little garden plot versus joining a team of people who were trying to chop down a 400 year old oak tree with a pocket knife. Most of us would choose the former. Even if the weeds always come back, digging them up feels like progress. And, of course not. Everyone who reads these books, does it to the exclusion of other forms of activism or sits on their hands while they do one millennial white woman who is waiting on a back ordered copy of white fragility for her anti racist book club. Told me that she's been doing meaningful, meaningful work for years to push for police reform, But so the book club as an opportunity to discover new resources and perspectives and exercise in the active listening That allies are often exhorted to do But for those whose activism begins and ends with Hashtags and book clubs, the narcissism is undeniable. And arguably even part of the appeal. What vultures. Lauren Michelle Jackson calls quote a vanity project where the goal is no longer to learn more about race power in capital but to spring closer to the enlightened order of the anti racist End quote..
"30 months" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Station. From ABC News. I'm Michelle Franzen. President Biden says the U. S. Is ahead of scheduled to leave Afghanistan. President Biden Thursday said he did not believe a Taliban takeover in Afghanistan is inevitable, saying Afghan forces are well equipped. The president forcefully defended his decision to withdraw all US forces by September. I will not send another generation Americans the war in Afghanistan. With no reasonable expectation of achieving a different outcome, The president went on to say the US cannot afford to quote remain tethered to what he said were policies created in response to the world as it was 20 years ago. Karen Travers, ABC News Washington President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris meeting with civil rights leaders this hour on voting rights. Earlier at Howard University, Harris announced the DNC is adding $25 million to the voting rights initiative to combat Sweeping reforms, she says, and Republican led states all is designed. I believe to make it harder for you to vote. So that you don't vote. Republicans say the laws help make elections more secure this famous attorney Michael Avon Rd. Convicted today in an extortion case. Not long ago, Michael Abernathy was a fixture on cable news, the bellicose nemesis of former president Trump, his lawyer to adult film actress Stormy Daniels. Now he has dropped another few pegs on his descent into disrepute. Federal judge in Manhattan sentenced have been added to 30 months in prison for trying to extort at least $15 million from Nike. The judge called amenities conduct outrageous, and prosecutors said he tried to weaponize his public profile of a naughty faces separate charges He stole the advanced Stormy Daniels was paid to write a book. Aaron Carter Ski ABC NEWS NEW YORK, The CDC says the delta variant is driving an uptick in new infections. A seven day average up 11%. They're now urging unvaccinated Americans to get their shots. You're listening to ABC News, Liberty Mutual Insurance Company presents.
"30 months" Discussed on KGO 810
"The president forcefully defended his decision to withdraw all US forces by September. I will not send another generation Americans to war in Afghanistan with no reasonable expectation. Achieving a different outcome. The president went on to say the US cannot afford to quote remain tethered to what he said were policies created in response to the world as it was 20 years ago. Karen Travers, ABC News Washington President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris meeting with civil rights leaders this hour on voting rights. Earlier at Howard University, Harris announced the DNC is adding $25 million to the voting rights initiative to combat Sweeping reforms, she says in Republican led states all is designed. I believe to make it harder for you to vote. So that you don't vote. Republicans say the laws helped make elections more secure this famous attorney Michael Avenue Rd. Convicted today in an extortion case. Not long ago, Michael Abernathy was a fixture on cable news, the bellicose nemesis of former president Trump, his lawyer to adult film actress Stormy Daniels. Now he has dropped another few pigs on his descent into disrepute. Federal judge in Manhattan sentenced 7 90 to 30 months in prison for trying to extort at least $15 million from Nike. The judge called amenities conduct outrageous, and prosecutors said he tried to weaponize his public profile of a naughty faces separate charges He stole the advanced Stormy Daniels was paid to write a book. Aaron Carter Ski ABC NEWS NEW YORK, The CDC says the delta variant is driving an uptick in new infections. A seven day average up 11%. They're now urging unvaccinated Americans to get their shots. You're listening to ABC News..
"30 months" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"Plus the plus the closed in by out at the end, there's a stated value in your in your fleece that you can buy the car for at the end of the 36 months and is approximately 20 months of that were left, right. 60,000 plus about, uh, $800 car payment, So it's a monster is about 46,000. Nice car. Big car. Yeah, okay. Um and, um So those are the two numbers. You can add those two numbers together and say, that's what the whole picture looks like. Now, if you wanted to get out the way to measure against, it is really to measure the 800. Per month for 30 months are for. I'm sorry I was 20 months left. So, um, is that 16,000? Is that right? No 160,000 and 61. 14 600 or somewhere around there. Yeah, Yeah. By dropping a zero but anyway, the so Compare what you have exposure that you have. Yeah, I'd be 14,000, Uh, 16,000 somewhere in there. Um Versus what you would lose on it. If you sold it today, Now, the way you would calculate that is you find out what you can sell it for in this ridiculous, wonderful hot market for used cars. And you compare that to another number, and that's calling the police. Who have you got the police with So the other you call Toyota and say, I want the early buyout number, which is the equivalent of your pay off today. That's not the 30,000 at the end. That's today. If I write a check today and pay the thing off that compared to the value how far upside down on he left. I'm sorry. That could be less than than what less than 15,000. And so you know what? What was the original M s r P on the car? The sticker price. I'm just looking at the least here. The adjusted capital cost is 55. I don't I don't know what the sticker price was again. I learned the hard way. That's okay. All right, And have you looked up What it's worth at all. The trade and values around 43 private parties around 46. Okay, So let's call it 45 for discussion purposes, and now you call Toyota up and they say, um, you're early buyout is, uh, 40. Okay? You can write a check today for 40 and be clear. Then that means you're five in the whole if you keep at your 15 in the hole, even if you turn it in, right? Mhm. Yes. So if you want out of it, this is probably going to be a good one to get out of. You're probably going to find your not much in the whole right now. What? What is what kind of toy must be a truck? Yes, it's Andrea. Yeah, It's a beast. Okay? What? So what I going through the specifics? What I find someone that is willing to buy it from me. And then Yeah, you would sell the car to someone and write a check for the difference in that and the early by out, and you've got to send that whole amount to Toyota than they send you a title. Okay, so I just let Toyota No, I'm selling it and I'm I'm sorry. I haven't looked at anything details and just curious about how that Yeah, Well, I mean, the way you like. It's just like, pretend you out a car loan. God forbid, with Bank of America. The title would not be held at your local branch should be held out of town. And so if you did the same thing and you were upside down there, you have to give the whole amount of the pay off. Which is the amount you put with it, Plus what the buyer gives you right. So the buyer drives off of the car and a bill of sale and the keys. It's the way it always works. Then you send the full pay off the Bank of America. In this case, Toyota they send you the title. You sign it over to your buyer. It takes about five weeks. Okay? Four weeks, three weeks, depending on how efficient Toyota is. To get, you know, to get the full transaction done now, And if you do it with a dealer, you're going to get less for it because the dealer is going to buy it at wholesale, But you're not gonna have to screw with anything. They're gonna take care of everything, so I'd get a dealer bid on it. See what a Toyota dealer will give you. I'd compare that to what private sale is saying on Kelley Blue Book, and then I'll get your early by outnumber from Toyota..
"30 months" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"Ago, we did take your two day class and it was great, but we didn't have any money. To buy any more houses. At that point, my wife and I are still have excellent credit, but we still have 45 K in debt. I think the path I need to take now is to pay off the 45 K over the next two years, then by another rent housing about three years, So within 10 years we can retire and I wrote it back an email and said, No, I think that's the wrong plan. And let me explain to you why? I think that is the guy's got about 32,000 bucks and if he takes two years to pay off this debt He will have accumulated no more net worth at all. He'll have no more passive income coming in. He will accomplish nothing in his life. And then at that time, he still won't have any money. Because he's going to spend his money to pay off that. So he really won't be able to buy houses at that point. It's not going to be possible. So what I suggested he do. Did he take the $32,000 and go buy two more red houses. Make 500 bucks a month each, and now he's got $1500 a month cash flow. Now, if you take and do some easy math to take $45,000 over the debt, But you've got $1500 a month. A positive cash flow. Those rent houses will pay that debt off for him over the next 30 months is what it takes. But the difference is, by the time it's paid off, he will have used his own money to save up enough money to buy. Two more red houses. He'll already have three red houses, He can go ahead and buy two more. He doesn't have to use his savings or he doesn't have or I'm sorry. He doesn't have to saved to use money to pay off the 45 because of 45 will be God and he will be way better off when you get there. Now I personally don't know where Heck, this country has gotten so wrapped up about paying off that I know that after the recession, it just took a giant plunge. In other words, people all became very fearful. The fact that they had way too much debt. Their house notes It started trying to pay their houses office started trying to pay the credit cards off. Look, I don't have any personal death. I don't mind that. But I also realized that just not having personal.
"30 months" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Okay and how we went around. Well, did you hear about the Warren Buffett plan his company apparently offered to build. I think it was nine gas powered plants that would sit idle until they're needed until we didn't have enough generation to avoid this kind of thing happening in the future, and it didn't seem to get much play in the legislative session this time around. Well, it got some play. It got more play than you know, I was talking earlier about demand flexibility. Demand response actually in the Senate, Uh, there was a bill to create a 5% demand response goal, and I got real excited when I heard they were going to set that for a hearing. And then found out they were going to replace it with the budget bill, so it actually had hearings in both chambers. Um the problem with that plan, uh, for for me and others. Look, I think there's a lot of I've talked to a lot of people about this, and there's a wide different range of perspectives. So you know, I understand. There's um There's there's there's some merit to the overall. Concept, but I think overall if you're going to spend $8 billion on reliability, and you're going to charge every customer, every residential customer, you know, dollar and a half two bucks for the next 40 years. I think there's a lot of better ways to spend that money. You talked about storage earlier, adding storage is one of those. I was talking earlier about demand response. I think energy efficiency is a really good one. We were going to be at 77 gigawatts of demand during that winter peak. We should be. We should have programs. We do have programs on energy efficiency. People in the Dallas Fort Erin, We're forward area can actually access those energy efficiency programs today if they want to the You can Look on Encores website. They do these through Eric conditioning contractors and insulation contractors. It's just our programs are very, very small. They are now dead Last. We were the first state to establish a goal for energy efficiency. Did it back in 1999? We're now dead last of the 29 states that have a goal because it hasn't been increased since 2011. So I'm not a person that I'm not super, um, you know, dug into a particular position or ideological. I would consider a buffet plan, but I think we there are things we should do. There's like an order of operations here, and I think there's things we should do before we get to that point. I think the other thing about the budget plan that people weren't weren't paying enough attention to is That, according to the testimony of the Berkshire Hathaway, energy people themselves from the time the contract is executed to the time the plants would be in services 30 months. So it's almost three years then. Yeah. I mean, if you figure contract execution takes six months, which for state government would be lightning fast. Then you're talking three years, but it's probably more like four. So there. Yeah, There's a lot of things we can do to protect ourselves and keep the grid resilient before we should take that step in my in my view. Doug Lewin with us energy consultant on 5 70, Cliff, All right, quick question and I only have about a minute and a half left. But this, as you can imagine, was a big discussion back in February. Ercot. Are they the villains in all of this? Mm. No. Okay, no. No. Tell us. Why not? I don't have to tell you what? Yeah, don't take a minute, a half, but just give me the brief version it the the brief version is er caught. You know, there's different ways to describe them is still one way to describe and be like an air traffic controller. Right? ERCOT does not set policy right? ERCOT takes policy from the PUC from the Legislature. And it implements that policy. They are the implementer of if you like the air traffic until there's got to be a better analogy than air traffic in Children, But it's something like that. Right. So are they blameless? I don't know that because we'll have to see when irk the North American Electric Liability Council does their postmortem. What happened in February will get a sense of where the decisions they're making it 1:25 A.m.. On the morning of February 15th the right decisions. We don't know that yet. Well, that'll come out, okay, held analyses, but I think I think you know if they have any blame, it's a part of it. They probably do take some of the blame. But you know, they're They're They're Yeah, There's a lot of others I would look to before or come. Doug Lewin with US energy consultant Doug I hope you'll be willing to come back because I have a long list of questions I still have for you here, but we'll get to him next time, Doug. Thanks so much for coming on. I appreciate it..
"30 months" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Trying to figure out why a rail yard technician shot and killed nine people at his job before killing himself. We're learning more about the suspected shooter, Sam Cassidy, his ex wife, who he divorced back in. 2005 says Cassidy had a bad temper and told her at times he wanted to kill people at work. Neighbor of Cassidy calls him of lonely, strange and someone who wouldn't say anything back when someone said a simple Hello, Fox's Jeff Paul, there's a visual for the victims this evening. President Biden's job approval rating 54% in the latest Fox poll. 46% of respondents think he's too liberal, 47% said. He wants to spend too much money, American said. The economy and the virus are the most important things facing the country. And as for what is threatening our stability pull, respondents said political division is the number one threat, followed by unemployment, decaying infrastructure. And racism boxes. Jessica Rosen call America's listening to talk to me. A Hoover man accused of making homemade cancer treatment. Drugs gets to go to prison for 30 months 54 year old Charles Bishop pleading guilty to the charges between 2015 and 2016 Bishop purchased manufactured labeled and marketed a non FDA approved drugs that purported to treat any disease, including cancer. A former E. M, a director for Dale County, now facing a felony theft charge, Kurt McDaniel was confronted last month about $10,000 worth of checks from the county's emergency medical services. That he spent on personal expenses make. Daniel resigned from his position as E. M. A director around four months ago, A nearly a dozen strikers arrested this during a demonstration at the warrior met Coal mine in Brookwood, the United Mine Workers of America, saying 11 members were charged with trespassing. The walkout started in April after the contract talks failed. I'm Leah Brandon. And this is Alabama's morning news Now back to your host. Here's J T r eally. Thank you. It is 6 34 As we get ready for Memorial Day weekend and get your wallet out. If you're gonna be traveling gas prices here we go. No sticker shock at the pump once again 34 million drivers by the way expected to hit the road this Memorial Day weekend facing the highest gas prices since 20 14 Yeah. Mm hmm. Warning from Triple A. Even though things have stabilized after a pipeline Cyber tech few weeks ago, the national average now tops three bucks doesn't look like it's slowing down at all, either. In fact, it's a dollar seven higher than this time last year. That's just nuts, isn't it? Other experts say. Oil production just hasn't made a full recovery to pre covert levels yet, So if you gonna be riding around, get your wallet out, no doubt about it. Speaking of Memorial Day weekend, this kind of wraps up another. Some kids in school still In other parts of the country. Some kids are already out in parts of the country, including around here. But now Forbes just came out with their annual list of the best employers for new grants. All right, listen up. Companies were judged on such factors as safety of work, environment, competitiveness of compensation, opportunities for advancement, effectiveness of diversity and inclusion, efforts and some other things as well. Here's your top 10 places to work Grads. If you're looking for a gig, ICO lab Costco came in at number nine help at home, not familiar with that company. Hard rock international, apparently pretty good organization there. Phillips, Trader Joe's University of Alabama. How about then? Here in Birmingham? You maybe they is number four on the list on forms. That's pretty impressive there. Also University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. Southwest Airlines at number two if you're looking for a job grads And Merck and company comes in at number one Dad, you ain't being popping up on the list. Some good news there kind of a crazy story here, but good news story. Matt Jenkins. Is a dad in New Jersey. And he's got a second chance at life after surgery to remove a brain tumor. Apparently he'd been ignoring this bump on the back of his head for years. He says he first noticed it when he hit his head after Painting and a group from the size of a marble to about the size of a tennis ball. Well, you would think I mean, I need to get this checked out. Well, he ignored it. Even grew his hair out, hide it and ignored advice from his friends and family to get it checked out, But eventually he listened. A woman he was dating. Who's a nurse? Melanie Miller felt the bump and insisted he get an M R I to find out what the heck's going on here. Well, the next day he did. That's when the doctors told him he had been ignoring a brain tumor that it started to protrude from his skull. Surgery to remove it came with risks. But Jenkins didn't suffer any of them. Tumor was benign, and he was out of the hospital four days later and has a whole new lease on life probably saved his life. Nice job nurse on the way we're gonna be checking in with Michael Reagan, who is the son of President Ronald Reagan and the founder of the Reagan Legacy Foundation. And they're per project They're working on right now. Walk away to victory. So we'll get the update on what this is all about with Michael Reagan.
"30 months" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Health care programs on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern Fox News, Palestinian President, Mahmoud Abbas says the main factions have agreed to delay the first elections planned and 15 years. America's listening to Fox News. It's 603 and NewsRadio, 1055 w. E. R C Republicans are panning President Biden spending plans Congressman Mo Brooks telling J. T on Alabama's Morning news is scary. They are driving up. Our debt at an astronomical pace. It's ultimately going to result in an economic collapse in the United States of America. With all the damage that will ensue. Biden calling for six trillion in new spending, that's an average household debt. Increase of $46,000 its craziness bill to make daylight saving time permanent, is making its way through the Legislature sponsor, state representative Corey Harbison says he hears more about this topic than many other Next news at 6 30. Now more Michael Bury Jim PARITY NewsRadio 1055 W E. R C Time time. Lock and load. Michael. Very show is on the air. I must tell you I've been looking forward to this interview as much as any I've done in a very long time. You folks will remember a few weeks back the pastor in Alberta, Canada, telling the cops. They're not going to shut down his religious service. Please get out. Get out of this property immediately. Get out! Get out off this property immediately. I don't hear anything out off this program. What descent looks like? His name is Pastor Archer of Laos. Key is the pastor of ST Church, Alberta, Canada, and I'm honored to have you as my guest pastor. Thank you very much. I sensed that you were Fed up That Maybe that had been brewing. Can you tell me what happened as I understand it? That was the second encounter with police that your church can you tell us the back story of what happened there? She was not the second. What happened was we have been harassed by the authorities for 13 months, 30 months off ongoing harassment, almost 30 Corbett tickets. I have been surrounded by about 100 police officers, 52 police cars, 20 cops and bicycles during our Christmas celebration. Where the Canadian government has said that were counseling Christmas. No one is allowed to come out. No one is allowed to have Christmas dinner. No coffee with your brother. No visits. Talk to look down like prisoners, and I invited the whole community to come and celebrate our the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ at City Hall at freedom of speech Corner. And we had about 1000 people showing up, we fed homeless people. We had 100 police officers monitoring us harassing. I received 11 tickets for my horrible crime of feeding people and preaching the gospel of having carolers during the time before I was the first clergyman in Canada together Carver ticket. $500. When I was told the feeding the homeless people feeding those in ghettos they're living under the bridges and in bushes is illegal right now because of the coverage. I received a half T tickets. I was surrounded by 12 cops and by operation there was Shaft assaulted and I was told that if I don't stop feeding the people I will be arrested and I'll get a million dollar ticket. Since then I got 28 of them, and I didn't stop. I do not plan to stop feeding the poor. That's what I do. That's what the clergy people always. Historically we're doing saving lives. I am front responder. Am essential services feeding people giving people hope in this crisis that this world is experiencing. What led to the situation in the church. I run two churches I pastor to churches. One is known internationally as street church. I started about 40. And it's just like this around the world that is a church for the poor. So we Watership. We pray and we feed the people outdoors Evangelism style. If you will. It's a church for the poor for the people that don't want to go to the building. Because the way they look the way they smell the way they you know what they do. How did he behave? Sometimes we created the church for them. You know, I'm a Polish mint. So I believe that if you feed a man, the most likely is not going to work. Somebody's head. You know, we like to eat and I like to feed people twice and three times. They're welcome to come back for seconds and church and then they are very peaceful. They have absolutely no desire to do anything. They're laying down and just enjoying the sunshine. And that has bean going on for 22 years. And the government disagrees that feeding the poor is essential services. And started to harbor me very heavily. I had authorities violence. Police health inspector's coming videotaping us, you know, attacking, harassing volunteers intimidating our clients and more tickets were becoming and more threats will be coming. And more smear campaign from the mainstream media that I'm a horrible person. I'm a mortar. I'm super spreader. You know, that's that's all the lefties rhetorics that we're hearing the Communistic rhetorics. We're hearing left and right. And what led to the incident in the church. I started to see authorities, police, peace officers and health inspectors. Let me add house inspectors from China immigrants from China that were attacking our church. They blocked our parking lot in the church, preventing parishioners from driving in. So that was the first attack. Took us an hour to fend off those walls. Then they came back with their cameras. Taking pictures of our Children are women. Pure intimidation tactics that I saw under the KGB. I grew up behind the Iron Curtain under the boots of the solve it. I've seen this before. I've seen this movie before, and it's identical. They were in the early thirties off other Hitler's brownshirts turning into as as Oh propaganda machinery, and then you know, attacks and muscle like Mafia type off approach to the people that are not willing to bow there need be good slave. Be good party put a muzzle on. If not, we'll send armed forces against you, and then they showed up. But our most holy, you know, fast, evil Easter weekend pass over. And I'm telling you, I was absolutely shocked because I've told authorities many times they're not allowed to enter the church building that's trespassing. I'm not giving them that permission. They cannot do it and it's illegal, according to the Criminal Code of Canada. Action 176 12 and three. It's illegal to do what they're doing. However, right now it seems that they do not care about the Constitution did not care about the charter rights and freedoms and human rights on they just entered. I was absolutely shaken. I was shocked. I was upset. How dare you the audacity off those armed officers entering the Holy place entering the place of refuge Sanctuary. Historically speaking, you have to. You have to understand the church always has bean a place of sanctuary for the people for the refuge Refuge for the people. And even the night during the Middle Ages were commanded to leave their sort outside. But these days, nothing is holy and the more they can do whatever they want, and they entered the church. So the only thing I had in my heart I ran to my pulpit. I dropped my telephone and I started to record the conversation because before they have lied about the interactions they accused me of all kinds of People think so. You probably would. No have the camera I would be still in jail. What happened? I found off those Highness. I kicked them out. I've told them they're not allowed to come back. You know, we have to understand that as Christians were following the lion from the tribe of Judah, That's how we call our Lord Jesus Christ. And he calls us are our brothers. Because it's our sisters were lying lines never bow before hyenas are refused to bow before The Highness. I Eat Highness for breakfast and more lions If we conform packs and former resistance, Those Highness do not stand a chance, and that's What I witnessed in 1981. I saw the power of unified people on the streets off Poland during solidarity movement when people had enough and they said, Come on, what is wrong with this whole picture? 50,000 Communists ruling over 36 million poles There's more of us than of them when they realized the power they have. They took it to the streets, and it was over. The Iron Curtain was broken. The Berlin Wall falls and the rest is history. Pollen became the you know the most freer Country, the best democracy on the planet Earth. And I thought, Pastor hold just one moment. I'm up against a break. I want to continue our conversation. And it's a good reminder. It is a man who studied the.
"30 months" Discussed on KQED Radio
"However, what we've learned now is that the largest group of patients that have a T tr are actually we call them wild type individuals. They actually don't have any mutations. They is not an inherited form of the disease. It's something that occurs with aging that this protein becomes unstable and to start depositing in the heart. It's a non genetic form of the disease. And we're finding many, many of those patients these days. So it's actually something that we don't know associated with aging that that causes these amyloid fibers to start to deposit in the heart. So now we have two different groups. We have families that have had amyloid disease in for multiple generations that that accumulate over time, and that's most common actually in the U. S. Among African Americans, it's a remarkably common mutations called the V 1 22 I mutation. Has found in 3.4% of Black Americans, if that's very common for for for hereditary disease, and it could be one of the reasons why black Americans have more heart failure than than other groups do. S so it's It's really a something that we're understanding a lot more now. So you said earlier that there was no standard of care. There was no prescription for what you could do Has that change? That's right. So, actually about a year and a half ago now the first drug was approved to treat a T tr cardiomyopathy. So the heart failure due to amyloid accumulation. And that's a drug called to famine ist and its goal is to stop the protein from on miss folding on accumulating in the heart, so it actually binds to the protein that circulates in the blood and prevents it from depositing in the heart. And itis is also working in this area. What? What's the treatment you're looking at? That's right. So we actually worked with researchers that were at Stanford University who identified a drug that could mimic a mutation that occurs in this protein that stabilizes the protein dramatically in the blood. So it is. It is a drug that can be taken orally and it binds to this protein in the blood and prevents the protein from deposited. So this is something that that hopefully we can find it. Individuals who are at the earlier stages of this disease and give them this medication, and it will stop the amyloid from depositing in their heart and hopefully stop the progression of their heart failure. You're pretty far along in testing this drug you're already through. Phase two. Your your phase three. The final phase is underway, But let's start with Phase two. What did you do for phase two? How did you test this drug? Sure. So in the face to study we recruited about 50 patients with a T T r heart failure, and we examine we gave them our drug at Karam Otis for for they've actually been on the drug for over 2.5 years now, So those individuals have been taking this drug for 2.5 years. And what we've observed is that in that study, those patients saw near complete stabilization of this protein so that the protein that miss folds and deposits in the heart we could show that the patient That we're taking our drug. That protein was stable and it wasn't progressing to deposit in the heart. We also saw that their disease when we measured a variety of factors that measure the progression of heart failure and see that these patients were relatively stable, they weren't getting worse and in a disease that the typical life expectancy is between 3 to 5 years Now that we're out 30 plus months with with treatment in these patients, it is pretty remarkable to see these type this type of result and so some of the patients were on placebo, and so their disease progressed. And interestingly, so we ran. Our phase Two study was on Lee placebo controlled for a month. So we only add patients take placebo for the first month, and that was enough time for us to check that the short term safety intolerable itty of our drug and also to measure some of those things that I mentioned. Can we actually stabilize this protein and prevent it from forming amyloid? After that month, every patient in every participant in our study took our drugs We were able to look Not against a placebo group in that exact study, But we're able to look against how these two patients typically perform the so called natural history of this disease. How they would have performed and see how our group is doing relatively And so what You were looking at over this period was you were looking at scans in addition to the other symptoms of heart disease. That's right. So we were looking at Echo Cardiograms. So this is ultrasound images of the heart and then we were also looking at a variety of biomarkers. So these are things that circulate in your blood that indicate how rapidly your heart failure is progressive. And how did they do well, The patients in our study were remarkably stable. They were not progressing in the disease that has a very short life expectancy. The patients in our study. We're not seeing increases in in these classic cardiac biomarkers or or decreases in their echocardiograms their ultrasound images of their heart, so they looked like they were doing much better than we would have expected. Now we're on to phase three. Which means ah lot more people. Who were you testing? How many people are you testing? And how long do you think this will go on? That's right. So, so our phase three study is done enrolling now, But we've enrolled 632 participants in the study across almost 100 sites across the world, So we're including not just sites in the U. S. But in Europe and Australia and Asia and elsewhere, and we're running the study for 30 months, though 2.5 years the patients will be on drugs or on placebo, and we'll be looking at a whole range of things. But most importantly, we're looking at do patients on drug live longer than those who Are on the placebo. There's actually two looks at the data, so we're measuring two things. So at 30 months we're looking at the mortality. We're looking at how long people are living either on placebo or on drugs. Actually this year, we're going to get going to get to see how the drug affects individuals, functional outcomes, So in particular, we're measuring a test called the six minute walk test, which is exactly what it sounds like You walk for six minutes and we see how far the participants in the study can walk, and unfortunately with this disease, it's so rapidly progressing. Patients who are untreated. They declined quite rapidly. They can lose 20% of how the far they can walk in six minutes within a year. It's a pretty It's a devastating disease. So if we look and see that patients who are on our drug are able to stay relatively stable to that, that would be an exceptional outcome, and it's something that we could actually file.
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"30 months" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"With another update and 30 months from ABC News. I'm Brian Clark. Another Corona virus vaccine is on the road that extracts pulling out of a McKesson facility and Mississippi on board boxes of modern It's just authorized vaccine. 80 sees Geo Benitez is there till this morning. Some states are concerned over allocation of the vaccine, General Purna Recent warp speed, taking full responsibility. I want to make sure that we are 100% committed to fair and equitable distribution to everybody in the United States of America, purchasing the country is on track to shipping 20 million doses by the end of the month. And when it comes to vaccinating a wide wide swath of the American population, and Mowbray Joie, the assistant health and human services secretary tells ABC is this week. We're very confident that by June, anyone in America who wants to have a vaccine will have that opportunity to have a vaccine. Relief could be on the way for some of the financial impact of the pandemic. Congress could vote today on a $900 billion relief package that would include payments of about $600 to many Americans. President Trump on Twitter suggested Americans should get more direct payments. He also on Saturday suggested that China may be behind the cyber attack that's targeting government agencies and corporate America. ABC chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas has more. Here's how the Senate Intelligence Committee acting chairman, Marco Rubio, a Republican, described the situation, he said, and I quote is increasingly clear that the Russian intelligence service conducted the gravest cybersecurity intrusion in our history. Russians are denying involvement. Democrats and Republicans are calling the situation beyond disturbing. Austria has joined Italy, Belgium and the Netherlands in blocking.
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"With another update in 30 months from ABC News. I'm Dave Packer. President. Trump still has yet to concede the presidential election, and that's raising concerns about a smooth transition and health concerns. In the midst of a pandemic. Biden's transition team continues to be shut out of intelligence briefings and information about the pandemic response. Chief scientific adviser on Trump's operation Warp speed doctor months have slowly set on ABC this week. He does not believe it will affect any vaccine rollout. However, we are concerned with anything that could derail the process as it is, as it stands now. I can't see that happening but hopefully doesn't happen slowly also said he stands by the safety of the country's vaccine approval process despite the rapid pace. Mark Rey Malard ABC news for the Pandemic in a moment, But first, despite the more than 20 court defeats and attempts to overturn the election, the Trump campaign not giving up now asking for another recount, the third in the state of Georgia election official there. Gabriel Sterling says he doesn't expect this one to change anything. Either Recount didn't change much higher like the variability then the electronic recount that we're gonna be doing this one is even less likely to do so. And to that pandemic, the U. S air passing 12 million confirmed coronavirus cases. But there is hope for a vaccine, both from Wiser and Moderna Doctor Months F slowly head of the operation Warp speed on ABC is this week, saying shipping could begin in December. We are ready to start shipping vaccines within 24 hours from approval. The first vaccines could be within 48 hours. Of actually getting those shots. Americans are being told to stay home. But that's a tall order for many during the Thanksgiving holiday, Jeff Christians at Atlanta's Hartsfield Jackson International Airport I mother is is elderly..
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"90 with another update and 30 months from ABC News. I'm Dave Packard, all 50 states seeing an increase in Corona virus cases. Rise in ICU patients putting pressure on hospitals, especially as the virus sweeps through the Midwest, more than 20% of hospitals nationwide, say next week, they'll reach a critical shortage of doctors, nurses and other medical staff to do the search of coronavirus cases and ICU patients physical and emotional toll for those on the front lines reaching a fever pitch. Indiana go Shin Health Hospital has turned a social media in its search for medical workers. The Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, even bringing back retiree's health experts say that wave of hospitalizations will get worse unless Americans do their part and put off travel or gathering for the holidays. Michelle, France and ABC News pandemic on the agenda on day one of the G 20 summit held virtually South Africa's president Cyril Ramaphosa in the mist of the pandemic. Ministry better rising global infections. We must look towards an inclusive economic recovery, where no country is left behind President Trump, also attending virtually from the White House, the president continuing to claim he won the election, but for fraud and refusing to assist the Biden transition team, in the last stand, push the Trump campaign even considered trying to pressure Republican state legislators. So override the will of the people and choose electors who would declare Trump the winner instead. But after the president invited GOP leaders in Michigan to the White House, they released a statement saying they have not yet been made aware of any information that would change the outcome of the election in Michigan, NBC's Rachel Scott Kyle Rittenhouse, the Illinois teen charged with killing two people during protests last August in Kenosha, Wisconsin, released from custody after posting a $2 million bond unclear where the money came from, but a legal defense fund had been set up in it. Name. You're listening to ABC News in.
Ex-GM board member, union leader sentenced to 30 months in prison
"Former top union executive is heading to prison for corruption. Joseph ashton former vice president of the united auto workers union his sentenced to two and a half years behind bars for accepting. Kickbacks ashton is also a former gm board member pleaded guilty in december to conspiring with other union officials to receive hundreds of thousands of
Texas man sentenced to prison for stalking Taylor Swift
"You hear about this Austin man getting 30 months in prison because he was talking stalking Taylor Swift. Hear about the story, man she had stock along. She does. Yeah, well, Eric soir Brick, he sent more than 40 increasingly threatening letters to Taylor Swift former label back in 2080, the guy wrote letters. Who does that anymore, All 40 of them. Who does that? Katie Rod tells us that this awesome and it's not gets 30 months in prison after pleading guilty to stalking and sending threatening letters and e mails to Taylor Swift former record label That's all, according to The Associated Press and According to records in federal court, Eric Swarbrick. He was sentenced during a hearing in Nashville and they're not talking well. The terms include three years supervised, released That was all agreed upon. It doesn't say anything in the sentencing phase, hear anything about any kind of mental health care. That stood out to me. I think that would be me with foremost. We lack at this because it's kind of silly. However, this guy's mental right or at least we need to figure that out yet. You know, three months in a 30 months in prison. Hey, may come out worse than he went
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"A man who had been stalking Taylor swift is going to do some prison time 30 months behind bars that is what a federal judge in Tennessee has decided the punishment should be for a man who pleaded guilty to stalking Taylor swift court records in Nashville say Eric Swarbrick sent more than 40 letters and emails to swift's former label asking the CEO of big machine label group to introduce them to the pop star over time the latest became more violent and threatening 3 time Swarbrick drove to Nashville to deliver his messages in person after his prison term and Swarbrick will have 3 years of supervised release I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
9/11 Trial Faces Another Delay: New Guantánamo Lawyer Wants 30 Months to Prepare
"The 9 11 trial was scheduled to begin in January in Guantanamo Bay. But NPR's Sasha Pfeiffer reports looks increasingly unlikely now that a new defense lawyer in the case says he needs 2.5 years to prepare. David Brooks. Past clients include Charleston, South Carolina, Church shooter Dylann Roof and one of the Boston Marathon Bombers. He's now the new lead attorney for Ramzi Bin Al Shibh, one of the five men charged in the September 11th 2001 terror attacks. He was appointed because his predecessor left the case. Brooke says an illegal filing He hasn't even met al sheep yet and faces hundreds of hours of work just reading more than 33,000 pages of hearing transcripts. He estimates it will take him at least 30 months to prepare for trial. That would be well after next year's 20th anniversary of 9 11 and the price tag of Guantanamo already more than $6 billion would continue to