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Official: Plans for Kherson annexation
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Hyundai recalls 215K Sonatas; faulty hoses can leak fuel
"Hyundai Hyundai Hyundai Hyundai is is is is recalling recalling recalling recalling thousands thousands thousands thousands of of of of vehicles vehicles vehicles vehicles the the the the problem problem problem problem is is is is fuel fuel fuel fuel hoses hoses hoses hoses can can can can leak leak leak leak in in in in the the the the engine engine engine engine compartment compartment compartment compartment because because because because fires fires fires fires the the the the recall recall recall recall covers covers covers covers some some some some twenty twenty twenty twenty thirteen thirteen thirteen thirteen and and and and twenty twenty twenty twenty fourteen fourteen fourteen fourteen sonata sonata sonata sonata sedans sedans sedans sedans many many many many of of of of which which which which were were were were we we we we called called called called for for for for the the the the same same same same problem problem problem problem in in in in twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty in in in in that that that that recall recall recall recall dealers dealers dealers dealers inspected inspected inspected inspected the the the the hoses hoses hoses hoses and and and and replace replace replace replace them them them them if if if if they they they they were were were were damaged damaged damaged damaged if if if if not not not not heat heat heat heat resistant resistant resistant resistant tape tape tape tape was was was was installed installed installed installed this this this this time time time time all all all all the the the the faulty faulty faulty faulty hoses hoses hoses hoses will will will will be be be be replaced replaced replaced replaced Hyundai Hyundai Hyundai Hyundai says says says says there there there there are are are are no no no no confirmed confirmed confirmed confirmed crashes crashes crashes crashes fires fires fires fires or or or or injuries injuries injuries injuries but but but but it it it it does does does does have have have have one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred thirty thirty thirty thirty eight eight eight eight reports reports reports reports of of of of problems problems problems problems this this this this comes comes comes comes after after after after the the the the national national national national highway highway highway highway traffic traffic traffic traffic safety safety safety safety administration administration administration administration stepped stepped stepped stepped up up up up a a a a series series series series of of of of investigations investigations investigations investigations into into into into engine engine engine engine compartment compartment compartment compartment fires fires fires fires that that that that have have have have plagued plagued plagued plagued Hyundai Hyundai Hyundai Hyundai and and and and kia kia kia kia I'm I'm I'm I'm ready ready ready ready to to to to fall fall fall fall way way way way
Ukraine braces for escalated attacks ahead of Russia's V-Day
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Amber Heard takes the stand in civil trial
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Astros slug 3 HRs in 4th straight win, 11-7 over Blue Jays
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Live updates | UK: Russia refocusing on Donbas region
"Britain's Britain's Britain's Britain's defense defense defense defense ministry ministry ministry ministry says says says says Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's continuing continuing continuing continuing to to to to build build build build up up up up both both both both its its its its soldiers soldiers soldiers soldiers and and and and mercenaries mercenaries mercenaries mercenaries in in in in eastern eastern eastern eastern Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine in in in in on on on on intelligence intelligence intelligence intelligence update update update update the the the the ministry ministry ministry ministry says says says says the the the the build build build build up up up up in in in in the the the the east east east east is is is is part part part part of of of of Russia Russia Russia Russia shifting shifting shifting shifting it's it's it's it's offensive offensive offensive offensive to to to to the the the the Donbass Donbass Donbass Donbass region region region region the the the the update update update update adds adds adds adds Russian Russian Russian Russian troops troops troops troops moving moving moving moving into into into into the the the the area area area area along along along along with with with with most most most most of of of of his his his his from from from from the the the the Wagner Wagner Wagner Wagner private private private private military military military military group group group group meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile Britain Britain Britain Britain says says says says Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's still still still still trying trying trying trying to to to to take take take take the the the the sudden sudden sudden sudden port port port port city city city city of of of of Mariupol Mariupol Mariupol Mariupol which which which which is is is is seen seen seen seen weeks weeks weeks weeks of of of of intense intense intense intense fighting fighting fighting fighting adding adding adding adding value value value value poll poll poll poll is is is is almost almost almost almost certainly certainly certainly certainly a a a a key key key key objective objective objective objective of of of of the the the the Russian Russian Russian Russian invasion invasion invasion invasion as as as as it it it it will will will will secure secure secure secure a a a a land land land land corridor corridor corridor corridor from from from from Russia Russia Russia Russia to to to to the the the the occupied occupied occupied occupied territory territory territory territory of of of of Crimea Crimea Crimea Crimea which which which which is is is is the the the the next next next next in in in in twenty twenty twenty twenty fourteen fourteen fourteen fourteen I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles de de de de Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma
MLB umpires to announce replay decisons for 1st time
"It's it's similar similar to to replay replay decisions decisions in in the the NFL NFL after after review review the the ruling ruling on on the the field field stands stands on on buyers buyers will will make make in in park park an an ounce ounce mints mints and and a a wireless wireless microphone microphone when when a a call call is is being being challenged challenged or or later later if if the the disputed disputed call call is is overturned overturned or or upheld upheld previously previously the the umpire umpire made made hand hand signals signals either either safe safe or or out out MLB MLB is is the the last last major major pro pro sport sport in in North North America America to to institute institute replay replay when when it it began began late late in in the the two two thousand thousand eight eight season season for for home home run run calls calls video video reviews reviews were were vastly vastly expanded expanded for for the the twenty twenty fourteen fourteen season season last last season season more more than than fifty fifty percent percent of of challenged challenged umpire umpire calls calls were were overturned overturned I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue
Ford recalls 737K vehicles to fix oil leaks, trailer brakes GM recalls nearly 682,000 SUVs; windshield wipers can fail
"Ford Ford is is issuing issuing two two recalls recalls involving involving safety safety issues issues and and General General Motors Motors has has a a windshield windshield wiper wiper recall recall Ford Ford is is announcing announcing a a recall recall over over oil oil leaks leaks involving involving Ford Ford escapes escapes model model years years twenty twenty twenty twenty three three twenty twenty twenty twenty two two and and Bronco Bronco sport sport S. S. U. U. V.'s V.'s with with one one point point five five liter liter engines engines a a housing housing can can crack crack and and if if the the oil oil leaks leaks on on to to engine engine parts parts that that could could create create a a fire fire hazard hazard the the second second forty forty issue issue involves involves a a software software error error that that can can interfere interfere with with stopping stopping a a trailer trailer the the breaking breaking issue issue involves involves newer newer model model F. F. one one fifty fifty two two fifty fifty three three fifty fifty four four fifty fifty and and five five fifty fifty pickups pickups along along with with twenty twenty twenty twenty two two maverick maverick pickups pickups Ford Ford expeditions expeditions and and Lincoln Lincoln navigators navigators the the General General Motors Motors recall recall is is for for rusting rusting ball ball joints joints in in a a windshield windshield wiper wiper module module that that can can cause cause the the wipers wipers to to fail fail in in Chevy Chevy equinox equinox and and GMC GMC terrain terrain vehicles vehicles model model years years twenty twenty fourteen fourteen and and fifteen fifteen I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn
Walmart to end cigarette sales in some stores
"Walmart won't be selling cigarettes at some stores even though tobacco sales can be a significant source of revenue Walmart will no longer sell cigarettes in some of its stores the Wall Street journal was the first to report the development noting that some stores in California Florida Arkansas and New Mexico we're on the list Walmart may not be the first national retail chain to kind of cigarette sales it is the largest target ended cigarette sales in nineteen ninety six in the drugstore chain CVS health did the same in twenty fourteen I Shelley Adler
Top-ranked Barty retires at 25, goes out on her own terms
"RT is twenty five the number one women's player in the world her next move will be retiring from tennis the retirement announcement comes just two months after party won the Australian Open the first time I've actually said that out loud and yeah it's it's hard to say but I'm sorry happy and I'm so ready party says it's time to chase other dreams I don't have that in me anymore I don't have the the physical drive the emotional want and and kind of everything it takes to to challenges over the very top level anymore party announced her engagement to trainee golf professional Gary kiss sick in November right now she says she spent and has nothing more to give that for me is is success I've given absolutely everything I can party left the tour for nearly two years in twenty fourteen because of burnout switching to professional cricket before returning to tennis I met Donahue
Russia and Ukraine continue talks by video call
"You cranium and Russian delegations have received talks by video Ukraine is demanding a ceasefire and the withdrawal of Russian troops an adviser of Ukrainian president Clinton is the Lenski said this would only be achievable if the Lansky had direct talks with Russian president Vladimir Putin officials have revealed the main subject under discussion revolves around the separatist regions in eastern Ukraine just before the war Russia recognized the independence of two regions controlled by Russian backed separatists since twenty fourteen discussions were now focused on whether Russian troops would remain in those areas after the war I'm with the borders would be Russia has demanded that NATO pledge never to admit Ukraine into the alliance will station forces there I'm Karen Thomas
Gonzaga gets top nod for NCAAs, Arizona, KU, Baylor next
"Gonzaga Arizona Kansas and Baylor have drawn the top seeds for the NC double a men's basketball tournament the zags topped the west bracket in enter the tourney is the number one seed for the fifth time the Wildcats to the top seed in the south regional the seventh time at number one and the first since twenty fourteen Kansas is number one in the Midwest the J. hawks fifteenth time atop a regional defending national champion Baylor is a number one seed for the second straight NC double a tournament although the bears come off a loss in the big twelve quarterfinals I'm the ferry
AP sources: Seahawks agree to trade Russell Wilson to Denver
"Two people familiar with the negotiations tell the Associated Press that the Seattle Seahawks have agreed to trade Russell Wilson to the Denver Broncos in exchange for a package of players and draft picks the nine time Pro Bowl quarterback who help this team win the Super Bowl against the Broncos in twenty fourteen we'll have to pass a physical Wilson suffered a fractured middle finger on his right hand and missed four games last season the Broncos have cycled through ten quarterback since Peyton manning won the Super Bowl and retired six years ago thirty eight year old Aaron Rodgers was considered a likely pick but he has agreed to stay on at Green Bay I'm Jennifer king
Russians to compete as 'neutral athletes' at Paralympics
"Russian athletes had already been slated to compete as Russian Paralympic committee punishment for the state sponsored doping scandal at the twenty fourteen Sochi games international Paralympic committee president Andrew Parsons says neutral status is the harshest possible punishment they will compete under the Olympic flag and the Paralympic and them they will not be included in the medals table neutral status means blocking any reference to countries the RPC delegation must cover the RPC symbol on their uniforms in all official ceremonies and sporting competitions that includes Belarus the punishment doesn't involve just athletes the Paralympic honor bestowed to Vladimir Putin president of Russia has been withdrawn the international Olympic committee is pushing for exclusion of Russian athletes for international events I'm a Donahue
Space junk on 5,800-mph collision course with moon
"The moon will get hit by three tons of space junk Friday it's a leftover rocket that experts think it's from a twenty fourteen Chinese launch but the country is dubious they had to the moon's far side will carve out a crater that could fit several semi tractor trailers university of buffalo professor John Christie to says it's a pretty decent impact but really nothing to worry about NASA did a mission before we did any intentionally hit a rocket on the moon and you got the clue off the mood to study if there is water and actually did find and find that out so they've done this before this is the first unintentional and he says in the future when there are bases on the moon that's when we can't have space junk hitting it the moon already bears countless craters ranging up to sixteen hundred miles I'm Julie Walker
IEA member nations agree to release 60 million barrels of oil
"The United States is releasing thirty million barrels of oil to ensure that supply meets demand following the Russian invasion of Ukraine the U. S. total is half of the sixty million barrels of oil the international energy agency's thirty one member countries are releasing from their strategic reserves the IAEA board made the decision at a meeting of energy ministers Russia is the third largest oil producer it exports five million barrels of crude a day amounting to about twelve percent of global oil trade the invasion is because the cost of oil to store U. S. benchmark crude is now more than one hundred dollars a barrel the highest price since twenty fourteen I'm
A separatist leader in eastern Ukraine announces evacuation of civilians to Russia amid soaring tensions
"Separatists in eastern Ukraine say the evacuating civilians to Russia as tensions spike in the region immediate worries now focus on the volatile front lines of Ukraine's Donetsk and Luhansk regions in the east where a surge of shelling on Thursday who's put communities on edge the separatist conflict between Ukrainian government forces on Moscow backed separatists erupted in twenty fourteen and has killed over fourteen thousand people so far a spokesman for one of the region's says women children and the elderly will be evacuated first and that Russia was prepared facilities to accommodate them the news all the evacuations is the latest in a cascade of developments this week the bold East West relations to their lowest point in decades I'm
Tkachuk, Brown lead Senators past Capitals 4-1
"The senator said dropped ten straight to the capitals before Sunday's four one victory in Washington Brady could Chuck and Connor brown each had a goal and an assist to back Anton Forsberg who stopped thirty three shots in Ottawa's first victory in Washington since January twenty fourteen Alex Formenton and Adam Gaudette added early goals as the senators jumped out to a two nothing lead after the first period Chris Tierney set up two goals as outerwear handed Washington its fifth straight regulation home loss Nicklas Backstrom provided the caps long goal as they fell for the eleventh time in seventeen games overall I'm Dave Ferrie
"a twenty fourteen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"That of slaves in twenty fourteen caliber compared the relationship between politicians and their handlers to that of slaves being whipped by slave drivers describe scheduler of political schedule of a mansion agents slave ship the guy with the way you're going really this is a once in a row the clip of the former democratic governor making the rounds on social media after the director of the Denver public schools board posted the video in a of the statement calling it utterly disgusting Denver city park golf course gonna reopen in a limited way this coming fall this city is keeping a watchful eye on the turf from believes it could withstand limited play later this year that means the city would schedule fewer rounds than normal at the course the course was closed in twenty seventeen to construct a stormwater management projects when the city park golf course re opens L. have eighteen holes of golf a new full size driving range there also be a new clubhouse and a dedicated for whole course for the coach first tee of Denver program chat often kill a news radio is one of my favorite tracks charges are coming down against a Loveland man accused of holding to roofing salesman at gunpoint last week box thirty ones Kagan Harsha has the latest on the case this quiet little neighborhood is still talking about what the witness Thursday night two young men held on the ground by a man dressed in tactical gear armed with a rifle what I could see was a bass that was pretty well padded the suspect sixty five year old Scott Goodman St had reportedly called police claiming the two men were wearing masks and were members of the protest movement antifa it turns out they were actually working for a local roofing company were wearing face masks because of code nineteen stop please everywhere Goodman St was arrested and charged but his son says there's a lot more to the story.
"a twenty fourteen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"I don't know twenty fourteen okay okay wow I should watch this in the daylight it was the first thing that I thought but I waited to the last minute I started at eight thirty my gosh and done this movie is terrifying in fact I really hated you for the first half of the movie because I thought there is really jerky camera movements here because it's kind of films like Blair witch project when the you know the videographers part of it he's asking questions they're all going on this adventure to find a sorcerer's stone in the catacombs of Paris so they're going deep within the ground and it just wow you see from his point of view is climbing through the caves and I felt nauseous doctor you times so I was like wow I don't want to have a seizure tonight or throw up you know news yeah there's real jerky movements them Kenny if you're not a fan of that but it did make it feel very real feel like you're in the cave here your army crawling through over bones and seeing weird people who look like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles out down on lighting you know millions of candles down there and you think that that would be like oh they're so weird I was down here they have their their face painted like a teenage mutant ninja turtle with the you know the bandanna on their eyes I should probably turn around and leave there's probably a reason why the police of Paris don't want us down there it's four billion but no they just keep going because you know this girl Scarlett she's animist mission she has big feet to fill because our shoes to fill because her dad this was his legacy at being it being an archaeologist she wants to find the stone because I guess it has these healing properties yeah and it is way too deep down and so she has this team help her as she has a friend that she's kind of coaxed Doug George who turns out they have a past together George didn't want to even be there in the first place because I guess she left them in Turkey or something yeah and then yeah and in fact story there is a lot of good backstory but it's a little bit bumbling in the beginning I'm just like well let's get to it already but then they really really get to I mean this is the worst escape room ever yes hello because it is just claustrophobic you know and I'm thinking now after snacking as I have for the past five weeks at home you know it's been thought of crawling through a small space right now don't get too just to live US is terrified right and then it turns out you know they're like am I going in a circle because it looks the same on the other side and that's the whole play of this the title as above so below I you meet some weirdos along the way one guy's been down there for two years yes friends you know you like to go explore the use and then they didn't go looking for him and he is on a real salty about that so what about what's going on there I.
"a twenty fourteen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And one that is deep rooted and it's there's really no turning back I mean we were already coming to grips with the demand destruction from echo bit nineteen virus which is catastrophic we didn't know the severity how long would last so when OPEC plus the group met last week in Vienna expected to try to put a floor under this but just the opposite happened but instead of the normal gamesmanship managing back and forth suddenly break up and it gets very acrimonious and the Saudis I mean there's no turning back they slash their official selling prices they announced they were going to increase the production right behind them Abu Dhabi fell online announcing increases one million a day the Saudis increasing two point five million a day and if you question their commitment look at the tanker market just in the last three days the Saudis have gone out and they fixed nineteen very large crude oil carriers which is signaling where's all gonna go it's gonna go on the boats it's going to move into marketers gonna float off shore so this is a price war like we haven't seen ironically isn't that what it brings back memories of his remember in twenty fourteen and twenty fourteen when they had to be in a meeting Ali al nimr namely that the minister this was his strategy this was his playbook this time at that time if they were taking on the U. S. independent producers let's see how local once Mohammed bin Salman came in he said this is not working the fellow losses shovel guess what that strategy is now come back we are in the throes of a price war and John how long can we expect this price for it to go on for you mention the Saudis they they can't turn back is there anything I can get the Saudis and run the Russians back on the table well even the most optimistic case if minister Novak certainly thinks well okay may I better go back and try to do some damage control what can they really do I think there's going to be a massive loss of face who blinks this is not brinksmanship its planks and ship and it was going to blink first but just bear in mind when you go out new fix nineteen VLCCs and you're gonna load that crude you're going to be building inventory you're going to create an overhang of supply and that is going to have to be dealt with so this would suggest it's gonna be extended and it's not only the Saudis that are going on fixing vessels when you have prices collapse like this and you see what we call a contango structure where they it is very cheap on the property since back further out it's more viable the spread between the front month may and six months out October is six dollars a barrel that's roughly a dollar a barrel on month that is very inviting this this kind of margin provides an incentive for traders to bio oil to stash it into a storage tank to stash in on a floating vessel in just go to sleep and collect your money issue Padgett it's gonna be a windfall for a terminaling company storage operators pulled back while taking because I think the queues still lease storage are going to go around the block already we've seen the tanker rates jumped three hundred thousand barrels a day for a VLCC and that was that's nearly double where it was it beginning of the year yeah I mean I think with this for the one years from Brenda's about ten Bucks a barrel now dot I'm curious about thirty dollars shipped oil and all of them it seems like this is where the levels that we're going to right now what does that mean for the U. S. shale site how much is is under cut the U. S. well it's it's certainly going to undermine it because the US is that independent sector in the U. S. they're already facing a lot of pressure they've had unhappy Cheryl's you want to see if free cash flow who wanna see dividends they want to see share buybacks they want the income whereas I think the model had been well we will increase our reserves to increase our production once the body was that of those reserves plummet if a plummet below break even levels in a lot of folks estimate for a lot of the people in the Permian eagle Ford that breaking his R. sum Marin optimistically thirty five maybe up to forty five you plummet down to thirty well certainly that that's a money loser you've got to cut back on your cap actually got a roof over all your business model and you might even see the fallout in credit ratings you might see some of these firms come under tremendous pressure so I mean that's that's the other thing is gonna be playing honors you move forward scorched earth strategy you talk about the full that we also looking add back in season four for dozens of oil and gas company's what we go back to looking at twenty fourteen and what happened the price war then we got to twenty fifteen we at the bottom a twenty seven dollar brand on February of twenty sixteen that had a knock on effect that was successful in the sense that U. S. oil producers lost about one million one point two million barrels a day you had IT companies become insolvent ideally if you had a few companies who are very proactive and hedge their exposure but for the most part you know they were the walking wounded so you could see the I think Scott Sheffield and respected as CEO of pioneer natural resources he was quoted the other day saying Hey this thing we could see a twenty percent loss of production was supposed to peak at thirteen million a day in the U. S. take away twenty percent of that I mean you're talking about a fair amount of oil I mean everybody's asking who will blink first the other question is which all produce is a most at risk are we talking about one Nigeria Iran well I ran is a special situation under sanctions although they probably got some incentives to try to produce more oil and get it under the rug the radar it's the higher cost producers out there that are gonna come to the greatest pressure I think you'd be looking at Algeria now the Saudis set a target on their budget of eighty dollars to fund all these grand ambitions here is you get in Algeria in Angola they have different break evens you know the the ones who are the most memorable just outside of back are these independent producers you know they don't have they aren't they don't have the resources to weather this storm but unity in the right now I think the whole signal from the OPEC producers as they've they've put up with Russia for long enough precious man the slow compliance participant and then our going to open up the floodgates to some extent we'll probably see an additional four million barrels a day of production coming out here in April well the Saudis of course unleashing a wave of crew towards Europe as I guess the signal to to undermine Russia what does that mean for Asian refiners will they continue to be left out well yes the Russians I think the when they spot when it opens the Saudi slash their official selling prices in the wake of the the breakdown in the Vienna talks yes they did take the steeper cuts in in Europe and I did send a signal to the Russians the main export grade being the Urals but still there's a battle for market share even on the China market has shrunk with this virus there still is a vigorous battle for market share between the Saudis between the Russians and I eat you can expect the Saudis over producing they're going to stake their claim and they've already announced you know that they were or the warring more oil to certain refiners and in China and India with these new low prices so look for the market share battle in Asia to continue being between Russia and in Saudi particularly in in the biggest market the world China John before we let you go just one final question with oil so cheap with that block of oil can we just forget about looking for sustainable cheaper alternatives well that's a long term proposition I'm at I'm in the fossil fuel business and I'm a kind of a fossil in a sense so I can have a traditional view but I I think that you know you see at least in Europe among some of the majors total shell this conscientious attitude to zero carbon emissions a more open to renewables resume out here in the U. S. maybe Exxon Mobil Darren would say no no it's a beauty contest we're not there yet so is the diversity of opinion on John I really think there thank you John Driskell of GTD energy services joining us out of Singapore to win a game you some more breaking news it is a busy busy breaking news day Australia when it comes to the number of of infections of coronavirus cases reporting a twenty four percent rise in the last twenty four hours so that brings a total now of new infections of one hundred and fifty six we are expected to hear from the prime minister Scott Morrison any moment now speaking in Sydney perhaps about this latest spike in and numbers and perhaps that is why we're we did see that big stimulus eleven billion dollars worth of fiscal measures from the government earlier this week also want to bring in a lines are when it comes to the rupee because we are seeing in this dramatic drop in the currency to a record low we're talking with seventy four forty eight against the dollar right now for the rupee but yes we are waiting of course the latest lines out of Australia let's look let's kick to India now countdown to the opening of the session there just moments away but of course yeah record low for the currency and the nifty we are seeing it sinking some six percent this is Bloomberg.
"a twenty fourteen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"That draft class in in twenty fourteen just who who we have on the draft lesson in twenty fourteen Liz Wiggins number one will your bra Jabbar a Parker number two a cheese at least they came out okay and that made the right ticket number one now well they there's there's arguable the third player in the this draft was probably the best players joellen be fair fair but let's not forget Joan be had a ton of injury problems I don't even he played his first year in the NBA and that's right he sat out the entire year so that was an issue there and that was the whole point was a seventy six are gonna draft him sit him and then get another hydro right the next year that's why they call it yeah process and then after that it's Aaron Gordon okay the good player good player don't know if he's a winner but he's a good player Dante exam Dante Exum X. zoom not a good player Marcus smart wow really Julius Randle I like Julius Randle but Julius Randle was Julius Randle was cursed by his body five years earlier would have been great I think maybe five years from now you be in a great situation we could really play the five but stuck in between bad times letters incompetence also did not help in his situation we did not know what did not who is after a Hey this is riveting by the way via drivers the twenty fourteen draft it's a great time here on twenty fifteen giraffe next on KNBR the sports leader and after that is my in my hometown hero next aus guess we'll make douse guess was a top ten pick eight overall unbelievable Sacramento Kings yeah that's right yeah that's why the whole like video on like four days after having a moment right was like run a diva a mall and I think was part of that a front office they did a whole video on the draft process of that and taking styles because you could tell how big of a tire fire the kings were how who's right after next ascus no Venad no no of at the bottom layer by layer also a bus to is after him L. Fred Peyton Elford Payton who couldn't shoot in the NBA for the first four years of his career because his hair was blocking his jump shot not even half jokingly this is an awful draft that is a legitimately terrible draft class yes you would rather have Joe well and be by the way the for the the the warriors Mike itulah beat anyway but there any words get anyone there's got to be some other all star that draft is is there any other one beat okay Warren warns a good player yeah TJ war I like to do one know who doesn't like to do or no Jimmy Butler they got into it this year so bad as navy pier should as Napier is not and not the quality player capella clique Capello here then the heat selected Navier to try and bring back lebron it didn't work yes that was that would have been the exact year that lebron went back to Cleveland after he ardently he basically told Pat Riley you have to get your paws Napier Pat Riley wouldn't catch about as Napier and he never trusted anyone again now how about this up a player who was drafted forty th over on the second round who is still on the warriors roster playing the same position behind and Wayans Glenn Robinson the third is not on the warrior's rush they traded him to the six that's right he's telling which Allenby now he'll be part of the package coming back though to be fair Glenn Robinson is almost definitely going to re sign with the warriors this upcoming offseason unless he can really play well in the playoffs and get himself like a mid level exception that's what we thought about Andre get dialogue to be fair to be fair under a one dollar nailed with absolutely nailed it I agree with you there Andre would Allah he's going around Twitter right now why it's that it says welcome back Iggy and he's just getting poster out his I'm sorry I can't remember who it was it no of online yeah he just he makes he breaks his ankle and he falls down he's clearly not in game shape yet now to be fair we just saw him the other day at J. center I don't know hundred I'll ever gets out of game shape it's wrapped he's a big fella you looks good in a sweater you don't want him to fall down because it's gonna be like a bag of bricks if he does yeah you like gave up sugar I think that to see he he he is on a no inflammation diet where as I am on an all inflammation died as we all are in a lot of I I I both inflame my waistline and in all my joints you're in a very trendy trendy all gluten diet yeah just only gluten give me all of it I want you had a gluten dealer this is yeah this is this is why I have this doughboy body so if I can't play tight end for the forty Niners as suggested all right Greg Arizona as been I can only imagine how patient you've been waiting if if that last bit of radio gold and now he wants to talk about by Chicago White Sox we are driving people away left and right great what do you got Hey are light yeah Mr Willard you're doing a great job in the hot seat hi hi I appreciated it is hot it's hot only because Larry Krueger was in it before I sat down dark here Hey I went to the old Comiskey yes Sir two weeks before close I might end there's a metal band there as a as a as a top there you go they were plan Philly steak date I don't think they were gonna be playing the Phillies considering at the Phillies play in the National League in interleague play wasn't created until the nineties by yeah right now they were playing I think the red Sox which which day what what happened that we did the death March from Wrigley over to commit the cigarette wondered what you do you want your driving a rental car yeah yeah it was a lot easier to get around those days you probably could park the rental car in regular bill back that now it's so commercialized and nonsensical you got to take the tree there's only one way to do it and yeah I've done I've done that more than a few times yeah I bet I bet that you did and since your baseball fan I'm gonna send you my new book it can be are okay and it has a lot to do about the giants wonderful well we always love talking giants here thank you for the call great do appreciate it yeah the the old Comiskey park so I'm thirty one so new Comiskey or as it's called now new Comiskey because I refused to acknowledge it by its new name I think it's guaranteed rate field or something whatever they could get someone to pay I don't I don't care you know what so long as it pays for Dallas Crichel I don't mind it's ironic we we talk all the time about how great of a ball park oracle is it is honestly a big reason as to why the giants can do the rebuild the way that they're doing the rebuild because there will always be some attendance at oracle park on the basis of it is an incredible place to watch a game mind you there's a team on the other side of the bay that's one ninety seven games in back to back years we never talk about him no one gives a damn TV ratings are down eighteen percent year over year from year one of ninety seven wins two year two of ninety seven wins TV ratings went down nearly twenty percent for the Oakland days and a lot of that has to do with the ball park to bad place to go watch a game I live I ride my bike to the Coliseum I live in Alameda bye bye bye to the Coliseum and even I'm like this is kind of a drag rather watches on the couch at home whereas anytime you get an opportunity to go to or call park and right now you can get in it for less than a beer which mind you isn't all that little but it's a great always a great date always a great opportunity go hang out with the bodies I'll go to games solo this call hang up hello once again that's a little bit different for me because I can get it with press pass and not lot of competition for seats but I paid I'm a paying customer thank us for for both state both baseball teams paying customer for the warriors have been a paying customer for the excess after I paid for other people's forty on a stick it's paying customer for the sharks are paying customer around these parts like to keep the fan perspective in line number for all the tickets written for bay area success but the white Sox my number one overall team in their ball park which is in the ballpark more or less my entire life might conscious life is not awesome it's quite bad and it's funny because it was the last ball park built before Camden yards and the legend around the south side is that the architects went to the white Sox and said Hey and they basically had a Camden yards we're gonna recreate Comiskey park old Comiskey park we're gonna turn it retro new and the white Sox go no one will ever buy that nonsense what new old that's ridiculous they build their ballpark as no soul no flavor no character the next year the oracles or the or the the Orioles open up Camden yards ushered in just these incredible ballparks including oracle park and whatever it pac bell park whatever you wanna call it in San Francisco which is as good as any in Major League Baseball and some people consider the best ballpark in Major League Baseball I've not been to PNC park in Pittsburgh yet I hear that that's the one that can really compete but I have a hard time put anything on top of the ballpark having previously lived in Pittsburgh I can tell you that PNC park is a wonderful place to see a ball game is that the best ball parking based on your opinion I wouldn't say it's the best ball parking what it's all I'm I'm biased I have to go with all of what the Yankee Stadium new year new Yankee I did I did not find new Yankee say if that I felt very homogeneous it's definitely a replica of old Yankee Stadium which I was also lucky enough to go to both yeah or a close down right it's that Dodger Stadium in of course oracle park is a wonderful wonderful place to see a game and I don't mind the Coliseum grant I I'm a raiders fan site listen I go to I go to the Coliseum twenty thirty times a year I can find the charming it you know serwis maybe we should try to get him on the show for tomorrow night he did a wonderful list of beer at major league ballparks rank them and he got he had like a methodology it wasn't it was deep in oracle park is in the top five as you would expect you can argue with I wouldn't I made the plea to Oakland days management who some of them follow me and some of them don't want to know that they follow me I was a burner counts but I'll put out some I know I know and I'll put out some stuff every now and again Kanye's management on Twitter being like Hey no excuse for this is someone who's rooting for your success here's a here's a hint if you guys don't seem to know what you're doing all that often there's no reason that the Oakland eighties being that we're in the bay area arguably the beer capital the world that there isn't an incredible top of the line a number one peerless at the Coliseum the ball I have spent a lot of times and some really crappy bars because they have a great beer list.
"a twenty fourteen" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Dark purple twenty fourteen news on Nissan juke is also missing if you have any information at all contact crime stoppers or brook field police detectives police are looking for a man who kidnapped woman in Englewood then kept her locked in a basement for six days or things were not pleasant police say the twenty year old woman was walking to a bus stop on south Halsted the evening of November twenty third when a man and a pick up truck pulled over and punched her in the head dragged her into his truck and drove her to an unknown location locking her in a basement for six days during that time she was sexually assaulted by multiple people she was let go Friday police describe the man as in his early forties bald head black beard brown eyes between six feet tall and six to driving an older model navy blue four door pickup truck anyone with information should call area south detectives down club and WGN news an arrest is been made by authorities in the Netherlands after that stabbing attack yesterday that left three teens welded policing up the suspect is a thirty five year old homeless man they are still working on what the possible motive might be ISIS is taking credit for the attack in London that killed two and wounded three more people nobody's a twenty eight year old Spahn con went on a rampage near the London Bridge at almost the same spot where there was a deadly attack two years ago nobody say con was released from prison last year after being convicted on terrorism charges followed a shopping season got off to a very fast start seven point four billion dollars was spent yesterday Black Friday that's on top of the four point two billion that was spent on line just on thanksgiving day Sunday is Rosa Parks today in the state of Alabama and the city of Montgomery is adding to it details are maybe sees you any Han the statue of Rosa Parks will stand just thirty feet from where she famously sap refusing to give up her bus seat to a white man on December first nineteen fifty five parks's arrest then triggering the Montgomery bus boycott a pivotal point in the civil rights movement speaking at the unveiling Alabama governor K. ID and Montgomery mayor Stephen Reid the city's first African American to hold that post state lawmakers voted to name December first Mrs Rosa L. parks day in two thousand eighteen UT on ABC news in Aurora authorities are looking for some help there is a five thousand dollar reward from crime stoppers for information leading to who shot on a raw remand the victim was wounded several times of the nine hundred block of north Avenue on the what was the Saudis in critical but stable condition if you know anything contact the Aurora PD investigations division or crime stoppers were you can leave your information anonymously now WGN sports northwestern put a hurting on Illinois shutting them down this morning twenty nine ten.
"a twenty fourteen" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"April fifteenth twenty fourteen Devon archer hunter Biden's part and Rosemont Seneca Bo hi amber is my holdings the White House for a meeting with vice president Joe Biden corner the secret service's official waves entry logs for the Obama White House April twenty two twenty fourteen vice president Jimmy Joe by meets with Ukrainian prime minister yes Sonya energy is Ukraine to ramp up energy production of free itself from its Russian natural gas dependence find boasts a quote an American team is currently in the region working with Ukraine and its neighbors to increase Ukraine's short term energy split let me just stop there does it already smell like a dead fish you got Biden pushing this policy which is fine but Biden's son now working for Bruce Smith the biggest energy company in the state in the country have a twenty four twenty four twenty fourteen Joe Biden meets the candidate thank April twenty eight twenty fourteen Britain's serious fraud office freezes twenty three million dollars in assets kept in London bye Paris smallholdings and its founder yeah but that on grounds it was fortunately transferred from Ukraine yeah my dad and berries may deny wrongdoing may thirteenth twenty fourteen hunter by announced as a board member for Ukraine slide I moved up as a pains largest natural gas company Burris moldings let's see and he's working for it's announced by a former cabinet official for ousted president Viktor yeah but that goes on and on and on and the reason why someone is putting this list together it's just so how fairly involve vice president Biden and his son where with Ukraine the correct Ukraine that is a big deal in my opinion can let's see here just stick with me so Ron Johnson now senator Johns was on life liberty live in any revealed there number of things was really newsworthy Knowles real gnomes that he was in the main meeting with the present a United States this past may he was in the meeting and nothing came up of the sort that they're talking about at this impeachment proceeding and also in the meeting was Mulvaney in the energy secretary in order to others I thank you the witness to that Hey he head of the subcommittee that oversees among others the other thing is the United States is dealing with Ukraine and just like the witness today at one point in September I believe it is he calls the present United States asks him if there's anything going on about you craning their money if there's any is attached the present was furious still he said no no I'm not able to the only demand is you know that they not be corrupt I can't blow the money but other than that now folks everybody so far who's had direct communication with the present United States has defended his position even this kind of quiet this this ambassador today someone there's not one person who's come for with direct knowledge now one other gonna try tomorrow with a guy who overheard a phone call that someone took from the present United States and someone says what this guy says whoever heard the call doesn't make any sense because the present United States never out of the north the name Joe Biden hunter Biden to him in any phone call and this guy says that he over heard the call outside of a restaurant and someone said today I don't know how I mean the phones up against my year I don't it's not like I held it two feet away they're gonna try to pretend this is a direct with this this is nothing this is what they have I mean seriously folks the impeachment numbers are beginning to soften in some states the beginning to turn support for impeachment in the battleground state Wisconsin dress dropped four points Mr because and I believe I read or heard that the that the poll also showed the president beating the top four candidates there or very close to the I think you're gonna see this because it's going to happen I know the media laugh at this is people are becoming sympathetic to the president for what's going on here even if you have a moderate amount of interest everybody should put their themselves in the president's position see how he's being treated how is being investigated house families being treated here we've an election in eleven months give or take eleven months this as a as a matter of timing this doesn't even make sense unless your purposes of course the fact that twenty twenty election and I also think the purposes as we've surmised here in the past but I think it's very rational is to take the bite out of the the independent counsel report that'll be coming out in the dorm criminal investigatory report that'll be coming out this is intended to to take the bite out of that and also of course to append the scarlet letter lying on the president's far had from day one I told you the actions going to be in the Senate it never I mean I was never the belief that Nancy Pelosi wouldn't go forward when these clowns on radio kept out she's holding them back she's actually not as left wing as a signal yes she is and she's diabolical she's not a good strategy she's in any but she has the majority in the house the majority rules no filibuster rule none of that minority power stuff in the house it's gonna be up to McConnell and blunt and the others in the leadership there neither they're gonna step up or they're gonna be kicked out because a lot of them are up for reelection if they can't do the right thing here and they're not effective here the what the hell of it the placeholders all right I'll be right back.
"a twenty fourteen" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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"a twenty fourteen" Discussed on WTVN
"In twenty fourteen the good your garbage truck tire bro was inflating exploded killing him a good year representative says they will appeal Richard can't to ABC news. clear and cool conditions through the overnight hours temperatures tonight dipping down into the upper fifties to low sixties another beautiful day ahead for Thursday look for mostly sunny skies highs up to eighty five right Thursday evening mainly clear lows down to sixty four I maybe see six first warning meteorologist retail painted on your severe weather station news radio six ten WTVN. god. one. this. god. from the city of angels this is coast to coast AM with George Noory clicking away here three hundred and seventy five people to go we had eighty eight thousand signed up members of paranormal Dayton dot com free to sign up give it a try. who understand you with paranormal date dot com that's paranormal date dot com they hear something that's taking the country by storm aging could make this wish for younger days but since we can't go back in time we turned our products to give us a more youthful look now there is instantly ageless with immediate results on bags under your eyes.
"a twenty fourteen" Discussed on KCRW
"In twenty fourteen she was co founder of the independent games studio called giant space cat in today she's a democratic candidate for Congress in Massachusetts welcome to the program thank you for having me so to begin how do you describe gamergate in a nutshell well I think you nailed it it was an organized a harassment campaign against women in the video game industry in what they found out was when they made the cost of speaking out high enough many women in games would quit rather than continue speaking up so what they did is they sent us rape threats a sentence death threats in they harassed us until many women simply I'd left the game industry now you spoke out about some of the issues that clover gate at least started to be about on your podcast and after that you became targeted when you say death threats and rape threats I mean what form is this coming in how frequently so it's it's it was all the time it was constant you're one of the weird things about being a woman in the tech industry issue you came a dark ability to judge the seriousness of a death threat so why I got one yesterday of a man telling me he was going to stab me to death that just you don't take that seriously the ones I got were very credible to have my address state information about my family they are very specific about the violence they were going to do to me it was so serious that actually the FBI got involved even local congresswoman Catherine Clark got involved at a certain point there were women who it seems like the kind of created a witness protection style life for themselves ARE them they had to move from their homes or stay with friends it be totally off the radar is that something you tried and is it even possible on the stage well I tried as best as I could yeah we removed her name from every single database we could and I went so far as to moving to a new house and having this system set up to like re mail me packages and letters and you know I would even use an anonymous name when ordering things from Amazon so it was very convoluted and the thing that made my heart break one day is I got home from a movie with my husband in someone sent me pictures of standing right behind me in the movie theater just to say Hey I know where you live that's gamergate fell to Brianna Wu from the inside what happened to her is become a model for internet addressing campaigns to this day gamergate was a really a touchstone moment for people studying this information and trying to make sense of our present hell's gate that's Whitney Phillips at Syracuse University one of the people trying to make sense of that so called health scape she says online resume didn't start with gamergate but it brought the issue into the national spotlight and the tactics using gamergate are all still around the first is what's known as brigade ing that's coordinated harassment against an individual so a bunch of people kind of get together decide who to target and then they go after that particular person so that was something that you saw very frequently in gamergate I'm another tactic that was used throughout gamergate is doc saying so releasing personal identifying information like home addresses that are mostly public documents right so it's a matter of finding them and distributing it more widely some of the information is public but in a their cases the information like someone's social security number is not publicly available and is accessed through a variety of hacking methods and so it is absolutely devastating and terrifying for the people on the receiving end of that attention you said that some of these techniques clearly existed before gamergate how did that situation make it worse and where are the places we've seen it since so one of the main differences between pre gamergate and post gamergate behavior is that before gamergate these behaviors tended to be anonymous after gamergate it was clear for chaos entrepreneurs and other folks to realize that there was there could be big business I got you there did you say chaos entrepreneur chaos entrepreneur yes people who are stirring the pot maybe because they are themselves reactionaries maybe because they adhere to white supremacist ideology and maybe because they're trying to make money or some combination of both and gamergate was when that life choice business strategy became an active row that someone could travel is anonymous harassment a consequence of living in a society with open access to a lot of information or do you think there are safeguards that we could be using one of the things about gamergate that is so distressing is that it showed us the dangers of lack of moderation on social media platforms and in response to gamergate social platforms did nothing and the fact that they were rewarded journalists wrote about them social media participants talked about them there was every reason for these individuals to continue doing what they were doing and in fact to do it worse that was zero Hughes University communications professor Whitney Phillips gonna whoop the game developer targeted by gamergate she agrees with Phillips assessment of what's wrong if you're going to have a community of people I think you have a responsibility to moderate that to take out this kind of yeah frankly it legal threats on people so the problem is the law isn't quite there right now and I agree with other people that we need to examine this and I think we need to open up certain situations to civil liability you're trying to straddle both worlds right you're running for Congress he won a legislative fix but you're also of the community you know you were someone who does this work and works in the industry is the industry ready to regulate not not self regulate it's never going to do that it'll say what it has to say and it will keep doing the status quo to me the most are lasting legacy of action from the game industry it's not any kind of action standing up for women employees they've just simply funder of a lot of catered women intact luncheons that's not what we need my big lesson from gamergate is asking the man in charge to do the right thing does not work so we need women we need people of color in positions of power not just in the game industry but out of social media tech companies ending Congress finally an interview like this one is that going to reignite arrested for you it does every single time I believe I got half for death threats yesterday I had a piece in The New York Times a week ago I've had to have very difficult conversations with my husband like are we prepared to put our lives on the line to speak out about us and we are certainly takes a toll Brianna Wu co founder of the game studio giant space cat also democratic candidate for Congress in Massachusetts thank you for speaking with us thank you for having me this.
"a twenty fourteen" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This the shooting and twenty fourteen and and but there still needs to be greater awareness a lot of law enforcement agencies didn't know that this law was in existence weren't necessarily implementing it and the public doesn't know a lot that this is a tool available to them hello expected with us in studio senior reporter with the guardian US and also covers gun policy politics and criminal justice K. your as I said earlier is also with us politics and government reporter with KQED Kenny what we know at this point about well I mention Instagram account for example we do we did the there has been some reporting that he made some rather disparaging remark about misty shows and mentioned a book called a white is right which goes back to the eighteen hundreds it's a white supremacists Texas an anarchist taxes and anti Christian texts do we really know in all this well I think there's still a lot that will be coming out I mean we we don't know a time at this point the investigation is still ongoing governor Gavin Newsom actually made a surprise visit to shooting victims the other day yesterday he went and visited several in the hospital and he came out afterwards and spoke with reporters and was very emotional about the situation and very angry at president trump and his brother this I'm sorry did did you can actually we're gonna go to cut his this is her governess of that idea that somehow this is being politicized because people are sick and tired of this and don't want to go in and see a grandmother lost a six year old yeah this is really a profoundly dramatic stuff and as a as I said earlier Katie the governor was apparently going after president trump on this was me and the Republicans absolutely he was saying that the country really lacks a moral leadership at this point in in his opinion and he made the point that it be California can pass many gun laws and they do but we don't exist in a vacuum and you can't exactly you know build a wall along their border to keep guns out and so you get to the point where you need this to be a federal issue or at the very least a regional issue so that god and don't come into the state as we saw with this situation being bought legally in Nevada and coming to California where they are used in these horrific acts the other thing I think that needs to be singled out in this is of particular where is the president trump is concerned he has a number of occasions said people have guns and they can shoot bad guys and so for them it was an amazing police response here they came out and met a matter of three officers came under a minute and probably save many lives as a result but the reality is that there were people there with guns are officers there with guns and this nineteen year old man should cut the fence and get in and shoot people and even though there were people there with guns it'd make any difference was the police and the call the police made a difference I think this raises a point that we heard when speaking to researchers on on gun violence and that you're never going to make a lot of that's going to stop one hundred percent of crimes it's just not realistic and so I think that's why people get frustrated because they feel like we have all these strict laws in place and things like this keep happening but as you referenced given California's population they don't have been with the proportionally it's still small the amount of these events that actually happen given the size of our state but that's cold comfort to people who are there when it does happen and lose friends lose family and things like that we just recently had this to mention the introduction San Fernando Valley and then before that the the PO a synagogue where is Attorney General to Serra now on all this what do you make of it and his statements Attorney General the Serra came out yesterday and expressed a lot of the same frustrations that Gavin Newsom has expressed and just the fact that California has passed a lot of lies and is trying to do things like ban assault weapons make it harder for people who give signs that they are a danger to themselves or others I make it harder for them to have access to weapons but again you can only do what you can do you are you can't make allies in errors on our Nevada or you know this on for the whole country they they talk about fighting for the gun laws that California has passed in court and trying to get those codified without any challenges but again a there's just a sense of frustration I think on these lawmakers part that they're trying to do what they can and yet these these events continue to happen and was with respect to the HK forty seven that was used in these killings you can indeed modify that weapon you can make it legal but that was not the case in the episode and Gil were the ups and we're talking about here I mean the tragedy we're talking about here that's my understanding and our other guests but at the several points as well that if he had if the shooter had tried to buy this here in California he wouldn't have been allowed to the guns not allowed he's not old enough if you buy a gun out of state and you're a California resident although he was from the data you have to have it shipped to a California dealer who will then treat the transaction as if it's an in state transaction so even if he had done that and had it shipped to California dealer he wouldn't have been able to take the gun home because it violated laws already talking to Katie your politics and government reporter for KQED and low spec it is also with us in studio senior reporter on gun violence for the guardian and let me invite those of you listening to now register your thoughts your feelings or really any questions you might have we're focusing now on guns and what needs to be done what ought to be done what can be done we really have an epidemic in this country and we do have a moral crisis in this country and what to do about it what can be done about it right here in California or for that matter beyond there was another shooting at a wal marts in Mississippi earlier today you can give us a call and you can join the program at our toll free number the number to call is eight six six seven three three six seven eight six the number again for your participation in this program eight six six seven three three six seven eight six and you can get in touch with us on Twitter and Facebook were at KQED form or email any questions or comments you have to form at KQED dot org let me go back if I made you lower spec at this is it in force in many instances a common story and I just want to sort of places out in the sense that you have the young man who is described by many who knew him from a nice family from talking about him as a young man who is always courteous he didn't talk about politics didn't talk about arms all those kinds of things we've heard the story too many times but it it replicates I think it's really hard for all of us to keep hearing about these stories to keep reporting on the stories and for each time we know new families and new people are experiencing new losses and yet the story seems the same over and over again sure that as though because when when people talk against background checks they say in many of these cases background checks would not have worked in this would be an example of this was absolutely from what we have been told by law enforcement a legal purchase in Nevada the owner of the gun store where the alleged shooter purchased and picked up his weapon said he saw no warning signs at and that you know that the this person seems totally fine didn't make any troubling statements at and interestingly he in an original Facebook post the San Francisco Chronicle reported said maybe we should raise the age to twenty one to purchase a rifle the last time I looked at that Facebook page that comment was gone it appeared the post had been added but you know what is also true in this particular case is it's it's not one of those situations where you know we say this is a legal purchase there's no way a lot could have changed the situation in this Gilroy shooting it's very clear that this was a this was a person who is too young to buy a gun in California and I think a lot of people and not only gun rights advocates and think about the three hundred to four hundred million guns already in civilian ownership in the United States and say can a new law make any difference there's already so many guns but we know in fact that the gun used in the shooting to kill two kids in California was purchased twenty days ago liked what nineteen days before the shooting that actually a lot of the risky behavior happens very soon before shooting someone laws can make a difference was absolutely could have made a difference and will let me read what some listeners are writing we're getting a lot of comments pouring into listen writes the murder was not old enough to buy a bottle of beer in California but he was old enough to buy murders such salt rifle in Nevada and use it to murder innocent people another listener rights of guns with the root of the problem we would have had mass shooting since the founding of our Republic when gun rights were assured under law the problem is something in modern life here's a tweet from listeners as no one talks about the rising white supremacist a mystic terrorism in the toxic masculinity that is a real cause behind the symptom of gun violence if it's not guns it's going to be some other form of violence gun violence is a symptom of a larger societal issue we'll hear from more when we return I'm Michael pressed this is coming up in form second hour this morning bay area clinical psychologist at thing tomorrow will.
"a twenty fourteen" Discussed on KTOK
"Popular in twenty fourteen when it was first released but now apple is essentially killing it off in September the company released the iOS thirteen operating system upgrade with its new features but Iowa's thirteen will work only with phones going back to the iPhone six S. which first began selling in twenty fifteen apple yank the iPhone six off the market in twenty seventeen but we were still able to use it and get software updates more from Jefferson Graham technology columnist at USA today Jeff what we have to look at it rating system comes out in September I was thirteen most people upgrade their operating system whether they want to or not apple will make them so much and the iPhone six does not participate it only goes back to iPhone six S. which I know a lot of people with the iPhone six we're gonna feel the need that okay after five long years now is the time I'm going to need to upgrade to a new phone and you put your choices of the seven the eight and the temp service buying new or use the software updates as a person who recently got rid of the iPhone S. E. I'm told can can actually crash your phone because they're not designed for the older phone so true I am living proof that because I downloaded the beta version of the I was thirteen and I can't use ways I can't listen to the song I can't listen to a podcast I can't go on Facebook I can go on Twitter decided that it's great well wow this is she so I'm actually trying to go backwards and I have not gotten very far but I'm trying so if you have an iPhone six come September and you can't use I. O. S. thirteen you are basically wandering in the wilderness well I mean you can use the year I was twelve and you know the old phones not gonna be supported you're not going to get the security updates unit which they're always constantly how do you think yeah because of all the characters that are out there playing havoc with the the the various holes okay can figure out do you want the minute you walk in the apple store and you see the genius and also you upgraded to the latest operating system like this will not happen because I have a six so you can't fix you've got it's like the old windows X. P. with the stop supporting windows XP you could still use that you were you were you know he had a target on your back and you know it didn't make sense so yeah there are other phones you can get I would my recommendation is to pick up a used iPhone eight that is from twenty seventeen that'll keep you maybe three to four years of use it's time to get the seven which is from sixteen which is cheaper that just means it's going to be in use yup you won't be able to use it as long as you want speak with Jeff Graham technology columnist at USA today also hosts the talking tech podcast and he's written a piece entitled goodbye to apple's iPhone six so now what should I buy as a budget option artsy you reckon the eight would you inform terms of cost if you pick up an iPhone eight as your newest version for use one you're looking at about three hundred to four hundred fifty dollars which I think is decent this is the this is the thing that you're going to have in your hand you're.
"a twenty fourteen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Atlantic in twenty fourteen. The navy's investigation into that crash never mentioned capped on the we got the maintenance, log for the helicopter. It shows that some of the wiring had been replaced, but not at the site of the explosion. I asked general Davis about it. Why would have still been on that image, fifty three that crashed for two hundred I, I don't know. The, the why and I didn't know about captain wiring problems per se. I knew we had a plan to replace our captain wiring by two thousand nineteen. So why the long delays in replacing captain wiring something, the navy's own documents, call the highest safety risk in the fleet, and how could such clear threats to sailors and marines become such a low priority in search of answers, I reached out to military analysts, Chuck Spinney. He spent more than twenty five years at the Pentagon, the kind of situation that you are seeing with helicopters is basically a predictable consequence of screwed up priorities. Not not predictable inevitable. And when you continue this behavior into the future, it basically boils down to mouse, aforethought. Back in the early eighties. Spinney was something of a budget bad ass. He graced the cover of time magazine after testifying to congress about how the Pentagon was misallocating. I wasting money Spinney says the main priority for the Pentagon is to spend more money on fancy new weapons but to do that. The military reduces money for what it calls readiness less glamorous things like training, spare parts, maintenance and repairs. And maybe one of those cutbacks was saying, hey we can live longer with Dwyer. I talked to general Davis about what he thought contributed.
"a twenty fourteen" Discussed on WCPT 820
"And a face twenty fourteen umbrella movement that saw the city essentially become paralyzed for two months back in twenty fourteen. He's been in and out of jail. And now he's out of jail coincidentally. We understand the day after mass protests, where organizers said two million people took to the streets, two million out of a city of seven million, according to Joshua Wong says that this truly reflects the will of the people if that many people have come out chief executive carry lamb should listen to them, and fully announce a full withdrawal of the extradition of a decorated navy. Seal charged with killing ISIS prisoners care set to begin with jury selection. Monday special operations chief Edward Gallagher as pleaded not. Guilty to premeditated murder in the twenty seventeen killing Lynn Phoenix family says police put a gun at their toddler for allegedly taking don't from a discount store. Families fall ten million dollar lawsuit. Jim Rupe tells more cell phone video shows Phoenix. PD officers yelling cursing, what appears to be all of us are pointing a gun at a woman holding China. Phoenix. During William says the actions of the officers are unacceptable. She apologizes saying it's not Representative of the department and those officers have been pulled off the streets during an investigation, but there's more to the story. He says police were called to the store because the family was allegedly stealing. They fled from police eventually stopped at an apartment complex where the confrontation escalated, the video sparked anger around the country rapper, Jay z is higher the family. A lawyer she Williams urges no rush to judgment. I'm Jim Ryan the Dominican Republic. Authorities say they're getting closer to arresting the person who ordered the shooting of David Ortiz. Prosecutors say the alleged gunman confessed..
"a twenty fourteen" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Clark county in twenty fourteen Jacobs's in critical condition Adams in stable condition. The twenty two year old suspect in yesterday's shooting. At the university of North Carolina in Charlotte makes his first court appearance. Tomorrow being time as ABC's Pete combs reports were learning the names of the victims their unified students, Riley Howell Ellas Parlier who died in a lecture hall on the last day of class. So many scream so many things going on like I don't know how other barely tristen fields who says the suspected shooter twenty two year old tristen Terrell sat silently in class for ten minutes before opening fire field says Terrell never uttered a single word. But as he was led the Charlotte Mecklenburg police headquarters Terrell could be seen smiling and laughing telling reporters he went into a classroom and shots guys. Pete combs AB. ABC news Charlotte for one trainer. Winning Friday's Kentucky. Oaks base eighth. His life. Will Clark has the story from Churchill Downs. Carlos Santamaria is the assistant trainer with Kentucky oaks favourite, Bella pheno, he'd love nothing. More than to leave Churchill Downs on Friday with a garland of lilies, but he'd also liked to leave with something else that could save his life a new kidney. He's in kidney failure in needs. A donor these people they know how. Yeah, I'm trying to be trying to be normal trying to build a stronger. So they always been doing the same thing with me like like like, you know, like normal people and Santamaria says is co workers have been supportive and just being around the horses has been some of the best medicine at Churchill Downs will Clark NewsRadio eight forty W AS. Your next news update at twelve thirty. I'm Paul miles. Newsradio eight forty W H A AS, Kentucky, Anna's, breaking news, weather, and traffic station. Sean.
"a twenty fourteen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Course, the league lasted for three years, and unfortunately, a fairly well known fellow got got snookered by the NFL. Who's that? That guy's name was Trump Donald Trump. I remember at the time. I thought man I'll never forgive him for doing that. But he got snookered in was trying to get his his New Jersey generals into the NFL, and they made it made him think that it was going to happen. And so he ended up killing the USFL by trying to move it to the to the fall and. It all fell apart in league died, but that's another story, but you forgave him in about twenty fourteen. Yeah. About twenty fourteen I forgave him. It's six sixteen on AM Tampa Bay. And let's go to the newsroom now in Chris treatment. Former Tampa police chief Jane castor just missed becoming Tampa's next mayor. She was two percentage points shy of an outright majority victory. But still had tripled the votes of her nearest competitor who was philanthropist, David stress. That means the two will face each other in a runoff election on April twenty third some cruise ship. Passengers are hurt after what one man describes as a wack from mother nature be Norwegian escape tilted this weekend after it was hit by a gust of wind topping one hundred miles per hour, the ship docked in port Canaveral so eight passengers could be taken to the hospital the ship was not damaged it'll continue on to the Bahamas. But one passenger says it was the worst two minutes. He's ever. Experienced on a cruise a Saint Augustine man got caught at an airport in Allentown Pennsylvania trying to board a flight to Orlando with a grenade launcher. It was disassembled along with a grenade when discovered by TSA agents the man insisted he thought it was okay. Because he was putting the launcher in checked baggage. He was allowed to fly to Orlando. But the launcher grenade were not on Chris Trang NewsRadio WFL a now. Let's check sports from the ninety five three WD in AM six twenty sportscenter on their and Jacobson the Tampa Bay Lightning got it's fifty first win of the season with a five to to win.
"a twenty fourteen" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Dollar massage half an hour, sixty dollars an hour at eighty dollars. I. Extra. First of all, I go in there and see if they charged by the minute, and it would be far far may get out there stopwatch. Here's the other part I love so he shows up at the orchids of Asia day spa in a twenty fourteen white Bentley and then less than twenty being chauffeured and then less than twenty four hours later, he's back being chauffeured. But it's in two thousand fifteen blue Bentley. Bentley's Manhattan a lot because he obviously doesn't spend money on hookers. You would think this guy would have a ten thousand dollar a night Hooker in a hotel room wouldn't say or order in line. Escort services. Sure. Absolutely. Anyway, he's pled not guilty, and he's going to be a bench trial because he doesn't want to go in front of a jury. I have to tell you juries don't look they don't look kindly on billionaires there. Just a little bit of resentment isn't there? Why are we laughing? There's something that cannot be said on the air. I hate the FCC, and I hate the up tightness even of this company. I'll say company doesn't want us doing anything untored. And I hate it. Because sometimes great things cannot be said on the. Now, you have to show me. Let me say this story. Oh, no. And this is where unfortunately, this is where Tennessee you too. Can I see it? I wanna say. For people that are listening..
"a twenty fourteen" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Toyota's. Twenty fourteen to twenty percent. Forty one between Hollywood Boulevard in Sheridan street. Open till midnight. Great to have you. Welcome to the program. Thanks. It is the joepat show. Eight eight nine four one pag joepags dot com dot ten minutes from Steve Gordon. He's an author. He's got a book out this going to help you better understand. What is what is it happening when it comes to climate change or global warming? It's it's a direct response with the book isn't, but he he gives direct response to AO and her Ludi in twelve years, the world's going to end. The name of the book is outside the green box rethinking, sustainable development. So make sure you stick around for about about ten minutes from now. So now that you get where I am on what the president said and did today. Now, you get where I'm coming from. Let's mix it up, and let's really mix it up. Don't don't be thick-headed. Hear what I said. I'll hear what you said. I'll respond to what you say. And then we could do it that way. And I really do enjoy that. I enjoy great back and forth. Great debate. I enjoyed Yellen back and forth that we have to. But it's unreasonable for you to call in and just be pigheaded about something and that lizard brain did. And I agree probably on almost everything. Whereas Tracy in Katie, and I don't agree on anything. He was just as the Kennedys, Tracy is what he calls, and it's not gonna work here. Let me go to the phone lines. Appreciate you waiting to be lined four Mark in San Antonio. Mark. What's going on? Hey, yo, hey doing. Because I I know this is Brandon when you were talking about how he was so upset with Donald Trump. You know? I I when I when I was listening to the morning, or or that was my first thing. Oh my God. You just as you know, thought about it. And I said I wonder if he did cave in and I was listening to how everybody was talking. Two things to me were weren't media is not happy. They're happy for for for the fact that he came not because the government has opened not because you know, the workers are going to get paid. Going to have. Paychecks for the next three weeks. But because they said. Victory and made him a link. Me. I truly truly I believe this. Did not cave. I believe that he gave the ball. You know? Ahead knowing that she will will the ball one one of the reasons I think is in the beginning. The first thing they say, well, we weren't backer. Yeah. I think they said they wanted like four million particular Dhaka and Trump was like, let's do one million. He's at one point eight million. So have you heard what I said? I mean, he did offer DACA. He did he's offered him just about everything they wanted and they're still saying, no. And they didn't care that note. He was getting paid. Did you hear what I say that it makes sense to you? Again, it it. Did it completely did occur? I was coming in. You know, what I I wonder if he did you listening? You know, now listening to you listening to appear to people that I I enjoy living Shapiro. I realize that it's not necessarily that. He said, he basically said, okay. You want to negotiate let's negotiate and by doing so he's gonna put the ball eventually Pelosi. I'm pretty sure she's not going to negotiate Donald Trump was somehow, someway, I do not like the idea, but he's gonna do it. You can add Dr some, you know, somehow, maybe at, you know, a couple million more, but he's gonna get his wall funding. And you know, he's going to have it. They're gonna say no, no to the wall funding in the end when the government doesn't play. If it does get shut down. Again, he will be able to say, look, I tried. I tried to negotiate with Nancy. She says no I try to help back or recipients. She says, no, I try to help, you know, funding for the wars. She says no now on Nancy Pelosi. You know? That's that's the art of the deal to me. I I said, wow. You know, it's interesting that these people are getting upset because he hasn't done a deal, you know, in thirty days, he doesn't always look at the small picture. In the long run. I hear you brother. I I hear you think you make very good points. I'm glad that did that you went from why he did cave to actually listening to reason and understanding that this isn't a cave, dude. Trying to make a deal. I appreciate your thoughts. Mummy and let me go back at it and tell her to Allen who's in Florida Allen about a minute and a half. Make it happen. Real quick. I know Donald Trump personally because his son Eric, and my oldest son went to school together. Cool. Okay. And you know, I think he's a great guy and the conversation with that, you know, you talked about going to the White House in nineteen ninety seven and this is documented you can look at the Philadelphia Inquirer Super Bowl Sunday. Right. Son at eleven years old, they weren't super sticks which is hockey. Okay. The League World Series. Okay. And they were invited to the White House by President Bill Clinton. And there were twelve groups parents that we've been together for six that said, you know, this was right after the Monica Lewinsky thing, we said, you know, what we really don't think this is the right bowl model for the kids to go. See, right. So we decline the visit to the White House. And you know, I agree with you that we respect you office. But there's certain things that did the rest of the kids because I got to go to break, you do the rest of the kids go or just your son, just not go who went nobody. Nobody went. I think you guys would have. I think it's about respect of the office. It's the respect of the White House. I understand your your values in your commitment. Like, I'll tell you Alan, I think you should have gone. It's just where I am on it. It's still the White House. It's still via the Oval Office. It's still the presidency. It's really less about the occupant. It's more about it's the capital of the country. We come back, Steve Gorman. He's an author. It's about climate change. You're not gonna wanna miss it. Stay.