35 Burst results for "About 4"
McCann, Appleton each score twice, Kraken beat Sabres 7-4
"The the expansion expansion crack crack and and have have set set a a season season high high for for goals goals in in the the game game Jared Jared McCann McCann and and Mason Mason Appleton Appleton each each scored scored twice twice in in Seattle Seattle netted netted its its first first two two short short handed handed goals goals of of the the season season in in a a seven seven four four win win at at buffalo buffalo Appleton Appleton says says they they continue continue to to score score gritty gritty goals goals if if your your offense offense obviously obviously there's there's pretty pretty goals goals to to be be had had but but you you know know let's let's count count the the same same as as the the the the gritty gritty one one so so you you know know our our tickets tickets were were a a lot lot of of goals goals that that way way and and we we showed showed that that tonight tonight branded branded ten ten have have had had a a goal goal and and two two assists assists for for Seattle Seattle which which scored scored short short handed handed goals goals are are miscues miscues by by Rasmus Rasmus Dahlin Dahlin Yanni Yanni Gordon Gordon tentative tentative lit lit the the lamp lamp while while the the cracking cracking were were killing killing penalties penalties Seattle Seattle has has won won four four of of its its last last five five games games Jeff Jeff Skinner Skinner tallied tallied twice twice for for the the sabers sabers I'm I'm the the ferry ferry
Curry, Harris help 76ers hold off 4-win Magic 101-96
"Seth Seth curry curry a a number number of of key key threes threes for for the the seventy seventy Sixers Sixers as as sale sale of of the the magic magic for for a a one one on on one one ninety ninety six six win win bask bask in in the the third third quarter quarter that that tied tied the the game game at at sixty sixty eight eight he he had had another another with with three three oh oh to to the the plight plight they they gave gave Philadelphia Philadelphia a a one one point point lead lead up up by by too too late late in in the the fourth fourth curry curry stepped stepped up up with with his his final final three three of of the the game game that that pushed pushed the the lead lead to to five five curry curry finished finished with with twenty twenty four four points points for for the the Sixers Sixers Tobias Tobias Harris Harris added added seventeen seventeen Franz Franz Wagner Wagner had had a a game game high high twenty twenty seven seven for for a a Landau Landau Michael Michael Luongo Luongo Philadelphia Philadelphia
Ravens overcome Jackson's 4 INTs, beat Browns 16-10
"Mark mark Jackson Jackson threw threw four four interceptions interceptions but but made made the the plays plays down down the the stretch stretch when when he he needed needed to to as as the the ravens ravens beat beat the the Browns Browns sixteen sixteen to to ten ten Jackson Jackson threw threw a a thirteen thirteen yard yard touchdown touchdown pass pass to to tight tight end end mark mark Andrews Andrews in in the the third third quarter quarter and and then then led led an an eleven eleven play play drive drive in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter which which led led to to Justin Justin Tucker's Tucker's third third field field goal goal of of the the game game it's it's hard hard to to visit visit you you know know we we really really want want to to talk talk business business but but we we just just know know we we fake fake fight fight overseas overseas we we do do it it all all you you know know it's it's been been a a lot lot going going on on throughout throughout the the whole whole season season and and tonight tonight was was another another part part of of it it he's he's got got to to keep keep doing doing we're we're doing doing bigger bigger Mayfield Mayfield threw threw for for two two hundred hundred forty forty seven seven yards yards and and a a touchdown touchdown but but the the Browns Browns who who came came in in leading leading the the league league in in rushing rushing managed managed just just forty forty yards yards Craig Craig heist heist Baltimore Baltimore
Hartman scores in 3rd straight; Wild beat Lightning 4-2
"The the wild wild doubled doubled up up the the lightning lightning forty forty two two is is Ryan Ryan Hartman Hartman broke broke a a two two all all tie tie midway midway through through the the third third period period Hartman Hartman scored scored for for the the third third straight straight game game and and has has goals goals in in five five of of his his last last six six giving giving him him twelve twelve on on the the season season Nick Nick bjugstad bjugstad Victor Victor asking asking Marcus Marcus fully fully know know also also scored scored for for Minnesota Minnesota which which has has won won three three in in a a row row cam cam Talbot Talbot made made twenty twenty eight eight saves saves for for the the wild wild Corey Corey Perry Perry and and Alex Alex killorn killorn did did the the scoring scoring for for Tampa Tampa Bay Bay Andrei Andrei vasilevskiy vasilevskiy stopped stopped thirty thirty three three shots shots for for the the lightning lightning which which had had won won three three in in a a row row and and six six of of seven seven on on the the ferry ferry
Fournette scores 4 TDs, Brady rallies Bucs past Indy 38-31
"The Buccaneers took advantage of five Indianapolis turnovers into thirty eight to thirty one win Tampa Bay running back Leonard Fournette had four touchdowns including a twenty eight yard run with twenty seconds left with his team down by ten at the half for that offered a locker room message which apparently rally the team eight in three Tampa Bay scored twenty four points off Indianapolis turnovers Tom Brady passed for two hundred twenty six yards Carson Wentz had three touchdown passes for six and six Indianapolis Tom McCabe Indianapolis
Kraken beat Panthers 4-1, deny Florida home-ice win record
"The Panthers were unable to set an NHL record for consecutive home wins to start the season the streak stalled added eleven games as Jordan Everly scored twice and Chris greeter made thirty three saves against his former team leading the expansion crack into a four one victory over the Panthers Ryan Donato Jimmy Alexis also had goals and Janice don score had two assists for the crack it who are facing Florida for the first time Patrick Corbin Chris had the goal for Florida and Spencer knight stopped twenty three shots in defeat I'm Dave very
No. 3 Alabama rallies late, survives 4 OTs to beat Auburn
"John met you caught a scoring pass from Bryce young in the fourth overtime giving C. F. P. number three Alabama a twenty four twenty two comeback victory over rival Auburn young finished twenty five of fifty one for three hundred seventeen yards and two touchdowns with an interception as the Crimson Tide improved to eleven one rescue when she there's a lot of emotions running slack our system does have some nice young capped a ninety seven yard drive with a twenty eight yard touchdown pass to freshman to Corey Brooks with twenty four seconds left in regulation met you caught thirteen passes for one hundred fifty yards I'm Dave Ferrie
Amzil hits jumper at buzzer, Dayton beats No. 4 Kansas 74-73
"Mustafa arms deal picked up a loose ball with three seconds left and nailed a running jumper in the lane at the buzzer giving Dayton a seventy four seventy three triumph over fourth Rankins is Deron homes a second had sixteen points and two money camara and Elijah weaver both added fourteen weaver hit a pair of three pointers and homes entered the sixteen one surge with consecutive dunks putting Dayton up fifty three fifty five minutes into the second half China buys you scored four of his twenty one points during the late six oh Ron helping can't just take a seventy three seventy advantage with just over a minute remaining I'm Dave Ferrie
Oveckin's hat trick gives Capitals a 4-3 win over Panthers
"Alex events can registered his twenty eighth career hat trick as the capitals won for the eighth time in ten games four three over the Panthers a veteran scored twice in the fifty six second span of the second period and pulled within nineteen goals of former Cappy armor yarder for third on the NHL's all time list a Vatican says he stepped up his game after being hit in the mouth by a park five minutes into the contest it was a wake up call for you know but again thank god I didn't lose any teeth like it was not a major Tom Wilson also scored and if getting because that's a fat three assists as Washington ended Florida's four game winning streak Jonathan Huberdeau seventh goal gave the Panthers a one nothing lead just thirty two seconds after the opening faceoff I'm Dave Ferrie
No. 4 Cincinnati stays unbeaten, beats East Carolina 35-13
"C. F. P. number four Cincinnati is twelve and following the thirty five thirteen winners east Carolina Desmond Ridder threw for two touchdowns and was seventeen of twenty eight for three hundred one yards and two interceptions Alex Pearce caught eight passes for one hundred thirty six yards while Jerome Ford rushed for eighty five yards and a score Cincinnati gave up only one touchdown and held east Carolina to fifty four yards rushing the Bearcats are trying to become the first team outside a power five conference to compete in the fourteen C. F. P. they'll face used at home next week in the AAC title game I'm Dave very
Allen throws for 4 TDs as Bills beat hobbled Saints, 31-6
"The Buffalo Bills moved into a temporary tied for first place in the AFC east by shutting down the New Orleans Saints thirty one six Josh Allen threw four touchdown passes completing twenty three of twenty eight to pace the bills it was a good night no getting victory it by any means still some things to clean up and we'll look at that on tape and learn from it but happy for our guys responded from you know a short week into a tough loss on Sunday to a balanced scoring strikes were to tight end Dawson Knox the first got the bills first driving put buffalo up seven nothing the second put the game out of reach for the punctual saints at twenty four nothing midway through the third quarter Stefon Diggs them out breed also caught TD passes for buffalo which is now seven for the same record as the weak link which place Sunday the saints fell to five and six I'm John Merriam
Kreider, Rooney lift Rangers to 4-1 win against Islanders
"Chris Kreider has fifteen goals already this season after netting two more in the Rangers for one verdict over the islanders post pretty complex training the right areas Rosalyn there's five of five or on the calendar our platinum plan some absolutely incredible on the scale Kevin Rooney also scored twice against the Isles who have dropped seven straight in regulation since a five a one to stretch Igor she started may twenty saves as the Rangers won for the sixth time in seven games the Blueshirts also dropped their arch rivals to a one three eight U. B. S. arena India draft got the AL's within two to one early in the third period but New York one oh for six on the power play I'm Dave Ferrie
Vasilevskiy makes 34 saves, Lightning beat Flyers 4-0
"I pray that's Leschi turned back thirty four shots and a pair of lightning players ended lengthy goal droughts in a four nothing shut out of the flyers that's what he posted his first shutout of the season and twenty seventh of his career Zach Bogosian scored for the first time in sixty three games ending a drought that began after a goal against the red wings in January twenty twenty Corey Perry had gone thirty seven games without a goal before finally netting his three hundred eighty seven we've been playing well as a as alliance a group and passers and calm and as I said on to them Steven Stamkos had a goal and two assists for the lightning who have points in eleven of their last twelve games Carter Hart turned back thirty shots for the flyers I'm the ferry
Breitbart News: Biden Will Deliver Speech on Economy Before His Thanksgiving Vacation
"Joe Biden planning to blame business for inflation and higher prices breitbart writes He's going to blame them for rising prices and higher inflation this week as his poll numbers continue to plunge The president is scheduled a speech on the economy and lowering prices for the American people unquote at The White House tomorrow before he leaves for his Thanksgiving vacation in Nantucket Massachusetts Why is he going to Nantucket Shouldn't he go to math as vineyard with all the other kooks It's got to be a Kennedy there somewhere There's like 4 billion of them But ladies and gentlemen he's gonna blame business for rising prices and higher inflation He's going to use the worst kind of propaganda demagoguery Now he doesn't use it on the communist Chinese and G doesn't use it on the fascist Russians and impute and he doesn't use it on the islamo Nazis and Tehran Now he uses it on Americans whether it's Republican state legislature What honey Oh my pants are down Anyway so The guy that created this situation with inflation gasoline prices food prices he's going to blame the very entities that are saying stop the regulations Stop the prohibition Stop the taxes They're very businesses That we're providing plentiful fuel at a very low price that we're providing plentiful feud at a food at a very low price Plenty of everything The shells were full even during the height of the pandemic This guy comes in the one man wrecking ball and he's gonna blame them They're very people who say let us drill and produce more natural gas and oil Let us frack Now you can't do that Well the prices are going to go up the supply is going to go down We're going to have to peck We're going to have to rely even on our enemies And then he blames those
The 4 Pillars of Gaslighting as Used by the Leftist Misinformation Machine
"And misinformation can exist without gaslighting okay Gaslighting What is gaslighting You hear the term a lot but not a lot of hosts explain what it is Gaslighting is a very specific thing Do I still have that movie Someone sent me the movie gaslight is blamed off of a listener It's based off sorry not blame though Sorry it's been a long weekend And I was looking through my creative listener stuff they sent in almost lost my IFB too Then I wouldn't be able to hear Jim That would be a tragedy But gaslighting is this By the way sound familiar We're talking about the media It's number one lying Media does that all the time Second lying often Media does that all the time too Third you have to have all these things Lying confidently confidently And then fourth isolating people from the truth so they never see it Gaslighting is getting people to believe in alternate reality Things that aren't real are real And the only way you can get them to do that based on the movie gaslight is lie lie often lie confidently and isolate them from the truth Now do you see why the leftist misinformation machine And the whole cat lady liberal funded Soros Aspen institute nonsense where they try to silence conservative voices Do you understand why they're so critical to the misinformation gaslighting machine Because we are the truth And if we're allowed to exist gaslighting you need all of those four components you will never get to people to believe that an alternate reality where Kyle rittenhouse is a domestic terrorist white supremacist with a short barreled rifle across state lines and murdered black men That story is factually inaccurate Only idiots believe it Well how do you create idiots Lie them Lie to them often Why confidently And isolate them
Saad's goals help Blues beat Sharks 4-1, end losing streak
"Brandon Saad that's a pair of goals to lead the blues past the sharks four to one the goals of the fifth and sixth of the season for the forward Jordan Kyrou scored his eighth of the year and Robert Thomas is second for the blues who halt a four game losing skid the San Jose goal is scored by Jonathan Dahlen the sharks wrap up a five game road trip with a record of two and three Billy who still makes a second start of the season in net for the blues and records his second win James Reimer suffered the loss shots on goal would favor the blues forty eight to twenty seven Mike Reeves St Louis
Vasilevskiy makes 25 saves, Lightning beat Islanders 4-1
"In their first meeting since last year's Stanley Cup semifinal series the Tampa Bay Lightning defeated the New York Islanders for one Monday night new York's only goal came less than three minutes into the game by Matthew bars all the leggings Matthew Joseph answer twenty three seconds later to even the score Joseph Felter defense was key you know I think we were just more committed to play defense we've you know stop in front of the net and and the guys are willing to block shots and it's good to see you know the guys playing defensive for for your goalie and that's how you win games Anthony's really made it to one Tampa Bay New York showed signs of road weariness playing there twelve of thirteen straight road games there were over three on the power play the lightning's Brayden point and Steven Stamkos added two more tallies to seal the win Baltimore's account Tampa
Oilers' Yamamoto scores in last minute in 5-4 win over Blues
"Kalorama moto scored with just twenty eight seconds remaining to send the Oilers past the blues five to four we played a good getting them now she they came back in the third but on your chin and panic too much on the bench on there said stick to the game plan and I think that's what we did you know kind of stuck to it and you know found a way to win Edmonton wasted a two goal lead in the third period before Yamamoto notched his third of the season Ryan Nugent Hopkins and Ryan McLeod scored just eight seconds apart late in the second period to put the Oilers ahead forty two NHL points leader Leon rice at all netted his fifteenth goal of the season and added two assists Connor McDavid added a goal and two helpers Robert Thomas had three assists to coming on goals by Ivan Barbashev and Vladimir Tarasenko in the final period I'm Dave Ferrie
"about 4" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"But it says about 4 26. Well, Officer Gin now who is one of the U. S. Capitol police officers who testified before the June 6th commission, and he has been on kind of interviews. He testified to Nancy Pelosi select committee that he administered CPR to her at 4 26. Now that's kind of weird, because at that time she is passed out. Almost dead what her friends said at the time. With her that she was dead at that time. Then they dragged her body's You're the toxic toxic tunnel and into the Capitol building. We can talk about some of the details there, but that's just setting up. What happened to her. On that afternoon. Okay. I'm reading through the quote of this gentleman, Philip Philip Anderson, who was a uh, a protester. Um, and he said that cops did in fact, use excessive force, He says I do not know what type of gas officers used, but I know for sure. Um, that it wasn't tear gas. He says. After the officers sprayed this gas at me, I couldn't breathe for longer than a few seconds. This gas called me to collapse, where the police then proceeded to push others on top of me. There were many others who collapsed because of these toxins. As I did, the police continued hitting me and others. One of the people that fell on the crowd was a woman. By the name of Roseanne Boylan. And of course, that's who we're talking about today. So, Julie, I sit here now wondering if this lady died of a drug overdose at all. But perhaps, um, in the how could they even do a toxicology report so quickly to now that comes now they come to mind. Um But I really I really would like to know. Um What this gas was that they were using, because obviously it was extremely important and potent. If it's going to take your breath away for for for more than a few seconds, so It's this is this is pretty amazing to me, but this is These cops and you've talked about this before, Julie. But these cops basically seem to be a part of the Democratic cartel. If you will, uh in D. C. Am I wrong? Am I going too far with that? No, you're actually being kind. They were the Nancy Pelosi Stormtroopers, the U. S. Capitol Police in D. C. Metro police. They started attacking the Julie. We got 30 seconds before the break. Can you stay for another segment, or do you need to go by? Sure can okay. Okay, go ahead. You got 20 seconds. Talk about this. They were attacking peaceful protesters outside the building at one o'clock, provoking them into these crashes that we thought we could put that on the other side of the break, But it's very important to underscore that point. Unbelievable. All right, we're talking to Julie Kelley of American Greatness. This is Carl Jackson. And for Larry.
"about 4" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Earlier this year, has now been found incompetent to stand trial. Ah Warren County Court Ordering that Maggie's You undergo treatment. The three year old child was not seriously injured. It was supposed to start in March. But now the city of Loveland says it's parking meter pilot program launches tomorrow after some installation issues. It'll charge a fee to park it less than 10% of love, Linds parking spots. Drivers can pay a kiosk or with the park mobile app. After weeks of warning, they are starting to emerge even more. Okay, The sightings are now popping up all over the tri state, and they will only grow is the days go on. Great parks of Hamilton County now says the first molted sick ADA emerged in a county park and Mitchell Memorial Forest. Experts say the rain on Monday and this week's warmer temperatures are going to bring out the 17 year cicadas and force Once they emerge the life span of a cicadas about 4 to 6 weeks so they should start dying off by mid June should be out of here completely by the Fourth of July. I'm Brian Copes news radio 700 wld on Wall Street Today, the Dow dropped 267 points the NASDAQ Lost 75 the S and P fell. 35 news radio 700 wlw Sports Here's a Redd's update. Giants and Reds meeting Game two of their serious donated Great American ballpark. It'll be former rent. Anthony DeSclafani up against Luis Castillo. 700 WLW Coverage begins at 5 40 with sports talking er, no carriers inside Pitch Kelsey Chevrolet Extra inning show after the game. Bangles update. Bangles Quarterback Joe Burrow, who are underwent reconstructive left knee surgery in December is all systems go for the September 12 regular season opener at PBS up against the Minnesota Vikings that, according to his doctors in Los Ang, Tell us the Bangles. Also today, signing their second round draft pick guard Jackson, Carmen Adam Fairfield Build Edison 700 WLW Sport also word this afternoon. Former assistant men's basketball coach at the University of Louisville, Dino Gaudio is now facing federal charges of extortion. Gaudio was a former assistant coach at Xavier University under Skip Prosser. Then succeeded prostrate Wake Forest after his sudden death in 2007. Gaudio was hired by Chris Mack in Louisville in 2018, but his contract was not renewed. And that is when he allegedly threatened to inform the media about NC double violations unless U of L paid him. I'm Jack Crumley. Our next updated 5 30 breaking news any time news Radio 700 w. Hi. Break time. I know you. I'm cola guard.
"about 4" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Close to negative 20 and wind chill. In Texas here in Dallas, Texas, where I'm based, woke up this morning. The actual temp was negative, too. When I got up at 7:48, A.m. Central time, Bottom line is whomever said something about Elsa from frozen and made her it really, really angry. Would you please apologize? Because Daniel Man it? This is ridiculous. Had about 4 to 6 inches already. There's another 3 to 4 inches coming tonight with a winter mix, Which I like You don't need Jim Cantore E to tell me. No winter mix is bad. The first 4 to 6 inches we got was like Wasatch front powder, man. It was beautiful. This At a quarter inch of ice. Also coming tonight, right? It's going to get nasty. And this is Dallas, Texas. Nothing to see here as far as climate change. Don't worry about it. Now we're all good. I mean, I don't know if this is this is perfectly normal for the state of Texas, where you have close to five million people. The 28 million that live in the state of Texas do not have power. Lots of prayers. Everybody doesn't Amen. Hunker down and try as best you can to be safe. I don't hear the Fitzsimmons household. We're expecting power to go out at some point. Well, the tortilla soup is made. Pancake batter made red beans and rice thought out all things I can cook on a skillet or heat up and on it ironclad pot over a fire air mattresses ready to go in the living room to be blown up. The power goes out. We got a little plug in portable little gizmo. We're ready for you for Armageddon. Here, Freddy, and it's gonna get nasty Coach so hunker down. Everybody be a safe as you possibly can. Good friend Emily Jones from the Texas Rangers Broadcast box Sports Southwest without power for 32 hours. You could imagine her without power that long. Katy Bar the door, man. That's gonna be one hacked off woman. Oh, no. Is whom ever.
"about 4" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"It went off about 4 15, and that's been at Yeah, listen in my life have been in the car, You know, driving around, just kind of keep it warm in the neighborhood, but I've passed the truck and they said no stores open. My wife was like, Hey, Do you think we could go to Starbuck? Thanks. So I don't think anybody got a barista couldn't make it all right? Yeah, the word big trouble If my wife can't get starving, I know it. Right man. That's why you need see. See if you would have known sooner You would have stocked up on pumpkin Spice latte days and you could have been a little weird. No way to make up right? That's true. That's true. Hey, Thanks, Chad. Appreciate me Say I'll be back. Hey, Uh, Austin. The Austin airport is just canceled all flights today. Really? All flights have been canceled on me. Pull up the press release. I just saw the tweet. But yeah, because of you know, we're getting word that all flights are being canceled at the Austin airport. I'm looking at there. They got one flight coming in. Well, they got one flight that was supposed to come in about right now, but it's been canceled in Atlanta, so they're not getting here. But I'm looking at their flight boarding. All the flights have been canceled this morning. And I just saw a tweet from Austin Energy or rather Austin airport, and they're saying that flights are being canceled today. You might want to call your specific airline just in case though. You You would not see flights canceled in these kind of conditions up north or Colorado or Mexico. I mean, this is just but we're I wonder if this is because of the power situation there have to cancel all white all flights or It's because of the runway conditions could be all of that. You know, we got being mean little bit of everything. I mean, if you got a half of your passengers, they can't get on the road to get to the airport. Why have a flight, right? I mean, yeah. Yeah, it's uh yeah, Let's see. Let's see Austin Energy Austin Bergstrom International Airport. All flights today have been canceled due to the ice and snow if you have a flight in the coming days. Contact your airline directly for the latest information before you actually traveled to the airport. The teams remain on site, mitigating the impact of this historic weather. That's that's the message. They're just 15 minutes ago from the Austin airport, so yes. Oh, no flight today and maybe tomorrow or the next day, you just need to check ahead of time. God. Wow. Well, I guess they just don't have the machinery Tol ear. The runways, like other other reports, too. Uh, this is gonna be this This event is just, uh I hope a lot of people were taking notes. Obviously, Ah, lot of weakness has been revealed here so far that we've got a fix and power and other infrastructure, especially with those damn windmills. Yes, that's been a thorn in our side. I honestly believe if we didn't have that problem with frozen windmills in West Texas, you'd have electricity right now. I believe that I mean, if that is what started this, I really have a problem that we're so dependent on something that's about 150 miles from here. Well, and you know what? That that area of the state gets more snow and ice than we do here local. That's that's for sure. Maybe that maybe that was the wrong place for him the whole time. Very surprising. Yeah. There you go. Hey, this is this is a test. It is a test like listen, Market Melinda and add. I think they're gonna be on next at 10 and, uh And so there's there's still a lot to talk about today. And you could always join us. Stay close to the radio to Nan often And if you've got tips, advice or a warning that you want to pass on to anybody, whether it's whether a road or we'll just electricity related. We'd love to hear from you all day. Yeah, the top of Don show Market. Melinda Ed Clement's Jason Beato. 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"about 4" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Day treat from Duncan. We'd love to have you love Duncan America runs on Duncan right Participation a very limited time often use the latest weather forecast from news radio 700 w well, John Light Snow is moving into the tri state later on this morning, and it will be bringing us about 1 to 2 inches of snow, especially north of the Ohio River. But farther south, freezing rain will also come up and that kind of takes over more for this evening in our southern spots, but could even reach up towards Cincinnati. Tonight we're down to 19 was icy spots developing in tomorrow. Some isolated snowshoe. Cars with a high of 26 from years of your weather station on nine first warning, meteorologist Jennifer Catch Mark his radio 700 wlw radar looking good 22 out the door. Your next update at 5 30, Rob Carpenter news Radio 700 wlw Feeling good its skyline time. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah, Well, good morning. It's a date after five o'clock right now. It's 700 wlw. Jennifer sounded like either a just got up or be a little bit under the weather. I was thinking the same thing. I'm wondering if I could be her roll out of bed boyfriend thinks she might be fight the cold. Well, you know, when you're working for Mom, you can pretty much just roll out of bed. Well, Although I got the written forecast a little later die, you might be onto something Could be it could be So you switch it over to your good looking penmanship. Did you know that actually came in about 4 37?.
"about 4" Discussed on KGO 810
"So claim your $5 trial with free shipping right away that number one more time. 1 805 184 90 coma Now, Bill you visited this village in Japan, you Zuri Hari or as they call it, the village of long life. I understand the people had unusually high Ate a levels in this village. What did you find when you met? The people is is this is it? Genetic is a dietary. What did you see? Well, I went there again for the second time with translators, photographers. And it was easy to understand without studies without even though the town doctor there Dr Komori has identified Hi Laurent. IQ acid is the very reason why these people and you're very hara. Exhibit such youthfulness and by the way they have a lady there in her nineties without any aging spots on her skin, Perfect skin, no wrinkles whatsoever. People living into their eighties and nineties. Look a lot younger, and it all became clear when we were there. Now they grow a lot of their own vegetables and foods right there near their homes. And they have a lot of fresh foods, and sometimes they have a little extra, so they come down. The vegetable market and bring their goods there to be sold. So we were there taking pictures and interviewing people. When 83 year old Mr is she came driving in on his motorcycle. To deliver his vegetables to the fruit market. Pat, Where do we have in the United States? 83 year old driving their motorcycle down to the vegetable market? We don't have it. We followed him. To his home or use up on a 30 ft ladder, trimming a tree. He works in the fields about 4 to 6 hours a day, and he introduced us to his neighbor who was nine years old without a wrinkle on his face. Either of them use reading glasses. And, of course, hey, works about 68 hours out in the fields every day. This was remarkable. I almost felt bad. I was in some sort of a place where the dinosaurs were still living or something. It was so remarkable. These people just exhibit Ah, youthfulness, a flexibility in their joints. Certainly a healthfulness that we just don't see everywhere else. In fact, it was so remarkable that the emperor of Japan actually has visited this village pictures were taken there. You could see them all over the village there as they had posted himself. This had stood out. And, of course, Connie Chung of ABC News. 2020 had gone to visit there in the year. 2000. This was original and television. You could see the actual pictures for yourself. But the H A revolution has come here, Pat. And of course, we've had three years of use of HK but we could lose people in the science. So they want to know what's real. Is this for real? Well, it's real. For Tom, who writes to US, a pharmacist now from Santa Cruz, California 70 years of age, participating in the whole lie Iron Man Contest and Kona, Hawaii this past year. 70 years old, he said. This new H A formula for the joints did a great job. Not certainly a pharmacist would know Here's John writing to me and saying, You know, at age 55 Boy when I tried H A. I'm now back to playing full court basketball, But the 20 year old and I've even begun to jog again. These are the kinds of reports that we hear me ask you a question here. You mentioned glucose to mean and there's another one out. There is pretty popular M s m. How does this AJ stack up against those other ones? The other ones. You have to take him for a while before We even see any results, too. And most these air, very positive dietary supplements. They certainly have. Ah, lots of benefits glue. Constantine takes quite a while to kick in. AMs. Them is a wonderful sulfur compound and again it's an anti inflammatory, as are many things like fish oils. These they're all wonderful, but they're not dealing with the origin of the problem. The origin of the problem is the loss of cushioning in the joint. And if we can just replace this if we can find a way to get that cushioning back. That's what we call youthfulness. That's what we had when we were young. Here's David writing to me from New York 25 years looking for something that would help support his lower back. And of course, he said, I can't believe it Now. He says. I can't thank you enough for this product. People have tried all the alternatives. They've searched everywhere else path and they haven't heard of hyaluronic acid. Now the reorder rates on AJ sort of tell me that things are phenomenal. The product works. The study shows how But what if customers saying What are they telling you candidly? What are they saying? The bill. Sorry. If the horse has come back to the trough, there must be good water there. It's amazing to me How people say. Just keep sending this. It's wonderful. It's changed my life. Here's Lorraine saying, I can't believe it, but I'm able to run. I love it. Run five miles a day, my skin nails. They're great telling everybody about it. These are online. You can go see some of these comments. Purity products has it online where people just log in and tell you these aren't edited in any way. Here's Brent writing. There's no one of purity product made an outlandish claim about H a joint formula. But three days after I started taking it, I noticed the difference. This stuff really works. It's your own personal discovery. That's why purity product wants you to have this bottle you call nobody's gonna hound you. You call that number. They're going to send you a bottle of full month supply and you can do it without any risk. You just kick in a few bucks, and you're going to experience this for yourself like the people who've written in and set all these wonderful things. Here's Harold 85th Year, he says. I'm in it says I'm doing very well. On 80 A thank you very much. Here's jasmine Think my face looks moist and youthful, and I'm getting people asking me about it. What am I taking? Of course you will. Okay, let me do this quickly is I want to get back to the show. Here is the special offer from purity products that Bill's talking about. It's a $5 trial bottle of purity is best selling..
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"6 20 at night, and next keyword is next hour about 4 20 I, Joe Biden's inauguration tomorrow will be canceled. Pretty dull. Um, they're only allowing 1000 members of Congress, governors and their guests all have to be tested for covert 19. In the days before being admitted. That's all that will be physically present to watch Biden and Kamala Harris take the oath of office. It's the West Front of the Capitol. The whole mall area. The Washington Mall will be pretty much shut down. There will not be that's where we stood. Four years ago. Watching Trump take the oath. Um, there will be no big parade. Instead, it says here, they're going to do a syriza of what they call virtual parades. Pieced together from events occurring are all across the country. You know, we'll get a military escort for the few blocks to the White House. And then they'll piece together this Virtual Parada Tell me what she'll be seeing on TV. The word virtually abandoned Delaware doing some performance and no cares. Honestly, who cares? No luncheon is the Capitol Rotunda. Yeah, That's what I worry about. I worry about if all the political hacks are gonna get a luncheon Matt fact, most members of the House and Senate and their guests cannot even be allowed inside the Capitol. While Biden is present member. They've had to keep him in a bubble because of his age from Kofi, Baby get the vaccine, though. The house. You know, it doesn't necessarily work on everybody. Well, let's see if you're older. They say the immune system may not really be able to kick it out here. They shouldn't worry about the about the virus that I worry about What's going on inside his head. They As that brain doing as the brain feeling this morning. There is, uh, the other end of this part of President Trump said farewell video that was released earlier today. I fought for you. I fought for your family. I fought for our country. Above all I fought for America and all it stands for And that is safe, strong, proud and free. Now, as I prepared to hand power over to a new administration at noon on Wednesday, I want you to know that the movement we started Is only just beginning. There's never been anything like it. The belief that a nation must serve its citizens will not dwindle, but instead only grow stronger by the day. As long as the American people hold in their hearts deep and devoted love of country. Then there is nothing that this nation cannot achieve. Our communities will flourish. Our people will be prosperous. Our traditions will be cherished. Our faith will be strong and our future will be brighter than ever before. Go from this majestic place more cliches and planted Was he an optimist, exposing Morse code and a supreme confidence that Flushing que non son for our Children. Also best is yet to come. Thank you and farewell. God bless you. God bless the United States of America. A minute of how he really felt would have been far more entertaining. Do you see that pillow guy who was reported came to the White House is the CEO of my pillow. He did have like a list of notes, which included taking military action of martial law. Supposedly Trump threw him right out. That's the inside story, Trump said. That get out of here with that with your martial law. We're not doing that. And then a photographer does does a telephoto lens And because he picks up his notes. It was a long distance away. Yeah, but you could read it. The insurrection Act. I saw martial law highlighted the guy makes the guy sells pillows for a living. And any ease, some crazed revolutionary. It's one of those TV infomercials that people were buying the pillows. I don't never had one. But news today that couple of stores, a bed bath and the honest to up in his pillows. Kind of mean not gonna sell them. Oi, Jonah! Hello, Salesman. No news right now because you said it's been reported. The buzz and social media of among some of the Cuban on people's that Trump was going to announce mass arrests. Yes, of the candidate. A ballistic Satan worshiping pedophiles in government sex, child sex trade petrified. Yes. Nothing yet know anything on your wires? No, no, I've got the Q and on teletype clacking away here and I I have seen nothing. We're starting to see pardons. I think we're going to see that news this afternoon computations when we come back so far, it's wrap starts. It was one record guy who knows Snoop Dog, but there'll be more coming out. We'll talk about these three Beverly Hills residents, including a doctor who was on the John and Ken Show who got arrested in relation to the Capitol attack from two weeks ago. You that story Next John and Ken Ko Phi and Debra Mark has news a brush fire in Santa Clarita has burned about 50 Acres L A county fire officials say the fire is burning in medium to heavy brush with 20.
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"Have been displaced due to the fire. The list of Democrats running for governor of Virginia this year just got longer. Another candidate announced his intentions on New Year's Day. Virginia delegate lead. Carter, who represents the city of Manassas, and part of Prince William County, is the only Democratic Socialist in the General Assembly. Here's a bit of his campaign announcement video. It's no secret that Virginia is divided, but it's not divided between red and blue. It's not divided between big cities and small towns. Virginia is divided between the haves and the have nots. He goes on to say I'm running for governor, so the rest of us can finally get what we need. In the Democratic primary. He'll face former governor Terry McAuliffe, lieutenant governor just in Fairfax Delegate Jennifer Carroll, Foy and State Senator Jennifer McClellan. Michelle BASH. W T O P. News. AH lot of people are counting on the latest economic relief payments of $600 per person, which began hitting with direct deposit for some folks this weekend. But can a collection agency called dibs on that money? The answer is no. In Virginia. A bill passed in last year's special legislative session exempts state and federal emergency relief payments from garnishment and other creditor seizures, meaning the new round of $600 economic support payments is protected. Attorney General Mark Herring says the protection was needed because the initial round of $1200 support payments issued by Congress is part of the cares. Act was left vulnerable to seizure or garnishment, he says. Residents who believe Of their economic relief payment has been unlawfully garnished. Hersi's should assert their rights directly with the collections, agency or financial institution or reach out to his office is Consumer protection section. John Aaron w. T. O p News Maryland's largest public employees union and the state have failed to reach an agreement on a new contract by the New Year's Eve deadline. The Baltimore Sun reports the new three year contract would have been set to take effect July 2021. It affects around 20,000 state workers under the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees. Maryland Council three that includes correctional officers. State hospital workers and social workers, most of whom are women and people of color. The main stumbling block is concerns over pay increases with the union asking for raises of about 4% compared to other unions in the state. It's 207. When the Montgomery County Council comes back to in session on January 12, there will be a number of bills getting attention from housing to public safety. But one council member is looking ahead to a tough budget year and thinks there ought to be a tax increase. One issue that every local government will be faced with. Meeting the increasing needs of residents with dwindling revenues. How do you you know, not make things worse through kind of a trick Holly and cuts their austerity budgets. Montgomery County Council member Will Jawando says he knows that government budgets will be tight services. People should be what's on the chopping block One strategy. Jawando favors increasing the county's income tax rate capped at 3.2%. He'd like to see it go to 3.5% on the highest earner. Those making a million dollars and more. The move would require enabling state legislation proposed by delegate Julie Polikeviciute car. Jawando said he would testify in favor of that bill in Annapolis. Kate Ryan. W T o p News It's to await. Get a $59 precision furnace tuna by calling 809 48 Mike weather on the TV in Crawford in the W T O P Traffic.
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"Wallets get a bit fatter. Starting today, Colorado's minimum wage goes from $12 an hour up to 12 32 per hour. Starting today, tipped workers will see a direct cash wage of $9.30 an hour. In Denver. The minimum wage in the city takes a big jump. But 12 85 an hour up to $14.77 per hour and a year from now in 2022. Denver's minimum wage will go above $15 per hour. Jury bell Keohane news radio governor, Polish says Colorado has vaccinated 1.6% of its population. The state ranks in the top five for vaccinations per capita Colorado now moves into phase one b of the process. People age 70 and up can get the first dose of the vaccine estimate and this is entirely reliant on our You know what we get from the federal government. But given what we think we're going to get It'll take about 4 to 5 weeks where everybody 17 up in our state to have the first shot. The governor also says counties that have been at the red level on the covert DIA will move. Toe Orange Monday cases, deaths and hospitalizations have been trending downward. In Colorado, two people have been shot at what's believed to have been a New year's Eve party in Westminster. Police there say a suspect tried to speed away when police arrived and he's trying to run the vehicle with starts to get high centered and he leaves cling on foot end up forcing his way into an apartment that there is no relationship, so our officers also forced their way into To protect those people inside. They arrest the suspect, so he is in custody. No word on the condition of the two people shot. Two men were also shot this morning at the Warwick Hotel downtown. Both are in the hospital. No word on any arrests and West Metro Fire crews are on the scene of an apartment complex fire this morning near Grant Ranch Boulevard in Crestline Avenue. One person reportedly with mild smoke inhalation. After rescuing a cat. It's a 100 Mile walk to raise money for a brain tumor. Patient. 59 year old Marine veteran Jim Hickey has done several long walks for cancer patients, and his latest begins today, I will be starting at the Wyoming State Capital building and I'm walking from Cheyenne. Tonto Colorado State Capitol Building in Denver. Hickey learned of the plight of 20 year old Justin Smythe, the of Loveland and decided to hope it from one state capital to the other. He estimates it'll take him 10 to 12 days. Folks who want to help can go to a go fund me Page. It's Justin Smiley's fight against a brain tumor. Low forties today, but milder going forward into the new week and in sports College hoops the bus when its southern cow last night 72 62, Next updated 7 30, David Ko Ko, a news radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM from the bed, Fred Sports Tramping Center Taking a check of I 25 quiet as we roll out here. On this New Year's Day morning. We have a couple of issues on Colfax trying to ramp up a fender bender eastbound Colfax that I 2 to 5. Our latest accident. Colfax, east of Havana, got to slowing in that area that is in cleanup stages as well. I'm gonna check of I 2 to 5, looking pretty good. Had some minor slowing south and direction. Just South Parker wrote it that way to stall there that is gone, and it's out of the way. Fox 31 pinpoint whether for today, mostly sunny highs of 41 Tonight Clear lows of 20 little bit warmer Tomorrow. Sunny highs of 47 men for Sunday mostly sunny. Highs near 51.
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"APP and at Bloomberg Quick Take This is a Bloomberg business. Let humble burg World Headquarters. I'm Charlie Pellets. Stocks are mixed. The Dow is that the best level of the day the SNP NASDAQ both lower stocks Falling is a New variant of the coronavirus in the UK under wave of lockdowns and travel restrictions. Dampen spirits, though U. S equities pair their decline in afternoon trading SMP down now by just about 4/10 of 1% being dragged lower by losses for Tesla's, which did fall as much as 6% on its first day after being added to the S and P 500 index. Tesla's shares now down by 4.7%. Yes, And he's down 15 a drop of 4/10 of 1%. The Dow is up 53 higher by 2/10 of 1%. NASDAQ is down 30 a drop their of 2/10 of 1%. Put the swings in perspective of the worst level of the day the Dow have been down 423 points down 1.4%. The Dow is now higher by 57. That is a gain of 2/10 of 1%. 10 Year. Yield. 100.93% Gold lower by 1/10 of 1% 18 78th Eons and West Texas intermediate crude down 3.2% 47 55 a barrel Recapping stocks mixed S and P down 14 down four tents on Charlie pellets that David Weston is a Bloomberg business Flash. Thank you so much. Charlie Pellet from New York. This is balance of power. Some said it couldn't be done to develop an effective and safe vaccine and less than a year. Yet today, tens of thousands of Americans air getting injections of not one but two such vaccines. And FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn reassured the public Friday that no safety corners worked being cut despite the speed. Transparency around our review of Madonna of the Madonna Cove in 19 vaccine. Should assure the public that this vaccine met the FDA is rigorous standards for quality safety and efficacy. But at the same time, the nation continues to struggle with the mounting hospitalizations and death. We welcome now someone who was on the front lines of the battle against Cove it. Joe Grogan served as director of the White House Policy Council under President Trump. And on his covert 19 task force. He is now on the board of Verity Technologies. So, Joe, thank you so much for joining us, and I really am fascinated by getting an inside peek. How did this come to be? Let's start with the vaccines. How did is going to be because I talked to some experts when you were first doing this. Who said you know what? In the history of mankind? We've never developed a vaccine this fast. How did it come about? Well, it's It's a confluence of a lot of issues to the honestly I think the first one, frankly, is President Trump's continued drive and pressure on all the bureaucracies. To go faster. Even without that. The first FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb, that President Trump appointed was very focused on the regulatory efforts and trying to cut Unwanted procedures and regulations out from the drug review process. He was able to clear the generic drug backlog, which was you know, there were there were a lot of general drugs that were just sitting there, unapproved. You made it a priority throughout his confirmation hearing, And then when he was commissioner to get that done, so there was a tendency on the part of the administration to say, Hey, listen, we know we can do away with a lot of the Back and forth between companies and the regulators in order to shrink this process. And I'd also say, you know, this is this wasn't born even overnight. There's a lot of technical experts. At FDA career civil servants like Janet Woodcock, who runs the Center for Drugs who's overseeing the Therapeutics, operation Warp speed, Peter Marx, who's overseeing the vaccine approval, who had spent time in private industry people who are drawn the FDA to say Look. Industry isn't the enemy. FDA needs to be objective and needs to not have a vested interest in the approval. That drug one way or another, But we can shrink the time and I think all things Came into a fruition all at once with, unfortunately a tremendous emergency, and we had to get it done, but you can cut out a lot of the back and forth as you in bed. The communication process between the companies and the regulators, and you don't wait for one letter to get sent, and then it's read by the company with bated breath. They open it immediately, and they don't understand the letter from FDA. And they have to wait three more months for another meeting with FDA or phone call. That's a lot. I hate to say it. That's a lot of the reason for the delays and then scale the size of the clinical trials. Visors big enough they didn't need The NIH is clinical trial network. But Madonna did, as did the others. So you needed enough patients and and I ate, was able to do a master trial protocol and Fizer with worldwide operations. Was able to do it on their own. So that also helped a great deal. Just the ability to operate worldwide and get patients into these trials. What was the role of the commitment as I understand it from the federal government to buy this vaccine? In advance of the companies knew that you know they were not going to lose their shirt by putting an awful lot of money up. It's not just lose their shirt. I mean, it's it's also I mean, Donna wouldn't have had the money at all scale up and wouldn't be able to attract the investors in order to be able to increase manufacturing. Had scaled the way they did Maybe not even to run the clinical trials..
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"So claim your $5 trial with free shipping right away that number one more time. 1 805 184 90 coma Now, Bill you visited this village in Japan, you Zuri Hari or as they call it, the village of long life. I understand the people had unusually high Ate a levels in this village. What did you find when you met? The people is is this is it? Genetic is a dietary. What did you see? Well, I went there again for the second time with translators, photographers. And it was easy to understand without studies without even though the town doctor there Dr Komori has identified Hi Laurent IQ acid. Is the very reason why these people in years very hara exhibit such youthfulness and by the way they have a lady there in her nineties without any aging spots on her skin, Perfect skin, no wrinkles whatsoever. People living into their eighties and nineties. Look a lot younger, and it all became clear when we were there. Now they grow a lot of their own vegetables. And foods right there near their homes. And they have a lot of fresh foods, and sometimes they have a little extra, so they come down to the vegetable market and bring their goods there to be sold. So we were there taking pictures and interviewing people When 83 year old Mr She came driving in on his motorcycle to deliver his vegetables to the fruit market packed. Where do we have in the United States? 83 year old Driving their motorcycle down to the vegetable market. We don't have it. We followed him to his home or use up on a 30 ft ladder, a trimming a tree. He works in the fields about 4 to 6 hours a day, and he introduced us to his neighbor who was nine years old without a wrinkle on his face. Either of them use reading glasses. And, of course, hey, works about 6 to 8 hours out in the fields every day. This was remarkable. I almost felt that I was in some sort of a place where the dinosaurs were still living or something. It was so remarkable. These people just exhibit Ah, youthfulness, a flexibility in their joints. Certainly a healthfulness that we just don't see everywhere else. In fact, it was so remarkable that the emperor of Japan actually has visited this village pictures were taken there. You could see them all over the village there as they had posted him. So these are the kinds of reports That we here. Let me ask you a question here. You mentioned glucose Amine, and there's another one out there. That's pretty popular. M s m. How does this h a stack up against those other ones? The other ones. You have to take him for a while before you even see any results, and most these air, very positive dietary supplements. They certainly have. Lots of benefits. Glue cost me takes quite a while to kick in. M s M is a wonderful sulfur compound and again it's an anti inflammatory, as are many things like fish oils. These they're all wonderful. But they're not dealing with the origin of the problem. The origin of the problem is the loss of cushioning in the joint. And if we can just replace this if we can find a way to get that cushioning back, that's what we call youthfulness. That's what we had when we were young. Here's David writing to me from New York 25 years looking for something that would help Support his lower back. And of course, he said, I can't believe it now, he says. I can't thank you enough for this product. People have tried all the alternatives. They've searched everywhere else path and they haven't heard of hyaluronic acid. Now the reorder rates on AJ sort of tell me that things are phenomenal. The product works. The study shows how but what a customer saying What are they telling you candidly? What are they saying? The bill Sarti. If the horse has come back to the trough. There must be good water there. It's amazing to me how people say. Just keep sending this. It's wonderful. It changed my life. Here's Lorraine saying, I can't believe it, but I'm able to run. I love it. These are online. You can go see some of these comments. Security products has it online where people just log in and tell you these aren't edited in any way. Here's Brent writing. There's no one of purity product made an outlandish claim about H a joint formula. But three days after I started taking it, I noticed the difference. This stuff really works. It's your own personal discovery. That's why purity product wants you to have this bottle. There's Harold 85th year, he says. I'm in it says I'm doing very well. On 80 A thank you very much. There's jasmine think my face look moist and youthful, and I'm getting people asking me about what am I taking? Of course you will. Okay, let me do this quickly is I want to get back to the show. Here is the special offer from purity products that Bill's talking about. It's a $5 trial bottle of purity is best selling..
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"A warm start to the month here this afternoon highs in the mid seventies before gradually cooling into the sixties by Sunday in the coma Weather Center of neurologist Kristen Clark only 61 downtown of the still foggy skies, but starting to lift and maybe see some blue skies here before too long at 11 36 now As we continue with our top story from the coma, 24 7 news center. The Seattle Fire Department had to stop a large gasoline spill this morning at the Shell oil on Harbour Island, in about 4 40 were able to secure the tank and public itself. The Fire Department's David Cuerpo says No one was hurt, but workers were evacuated as a precaution. Semi trucks were backed up trying to get onto the island to drop off their load that traffic jam made even worse by the closure of the West Seattle Bridge. Well. Seattle carry out plans to partially defund its police department to Komal scored one take reports A budget fight is looming between the SPD and City Hall. The Seattle Police Department is prepared to justify every dollar of its now threatened budget. If remarks by interim chief Adrian Diaz are any guide. Destiny will critically examined every expenditure to guarantee it's meaningful contributions Committee safety Mayor Jenny Durkin's proposed 2021 budget calls for a $60 million reduction in as PDS 400 million plus Budget. Some of the savings would be realized by attrition that is not filling jobs as officers leave for Diaz. Fewer officers is a tough sell. There's simply not enough officers for us to cover all of the colors across all the precincts. Twentyfourseven Jerkins budget actions falling not only on SPD. Her plan calls for cuts across multiple city departments. Korwin Hey HQ Co Moh new groups representing the local black lives matter Movement are finding a second contempt motion against the city of Seattle. They want the city to enforce a preliminary injunction. That bar's the Seattle police Department from using chemical weapons like tear gas against crowds. The lawsuit highlights for separate incidents from late August and September, alleging SPD used tear gas and other non lethal weapon lethal weapons against crowds violating court orders. The department says it doesn't comment on pending lawsuits. Portland police taking a new preemptive approach in response to the ongoing protests there. Here's reporter Keaton Thomas. This is how Monday night ended in North Portland, a march to the Portland Police Association building on North Lombard. Police try to keep people on the sidewalks. But officer said protesters still went into the streets. Police later declared an unlawful assembly. Over the course of the night. Police had one sergeant was punched in the face. Five others were sprayed with some sort of chemical. But Monday night started at Kempton Park when it was ah, very calm atmosphere. People were hanging out. I was sitting down. We're talking in small groups and just kind of gathering And this this kind of just a swot off. People is very jovial La Chiana Drury was close. But he's executive director. Word is Bond, and he's also co chair of the Portland Committee on Community engaged policing. The group, he said, had gathered ahead of a planned march and shortly after he arrived. We hadn't even taken a step. A chant hand they seemed like nothing had happened. Yet. At that point, jury said, police swarmed to the park with no notice and began taking shields and signs it just caused. Fear, anxiety, confusion, right? We're used to seeing police respond once things have escalated, but to be sitting in a park, a public park. Gathering and to see this. This massive responsive of officers, just clad in riot gear and batons is very threatening experience. Jury said he saw people hurt by officers. He had never seen this before. Police said they were performing their lawful duties. Keaton Thomas in Portland President Trump claims he doesn't know who the proud boys are. Despite telling the far right group during this week's debate to quote, stand back and stand by, it's causing concern here in the Northwest, a really simple question. Do you know? Do you denounce white supremacy, and unfortunately, we did not get an answer Very Sipe Er's with the Anti Defamation League. So the president's continued failure to denounce white supremacy makes our region vulnerable to hate crimes. Real violence can be born from these kinds of events. And these kinds of verbal affirmations. So I think that is very, very really. And it's certainly really for us here. You know, in the Puget sound according to the A T l in 2019 white supremacy propaganda in Washington went up 225%. What do you want to call him? Give me a name, right? Like voices and right. Stand back and stand by the radio characterizes the proud boys is a far right extremist group. That's camels. Patrick Quinn. Sports Desk update time.
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"Pavel era tax compliance done right. I'm David Brancaccio of the number of people signing up for unemployment after new layoffs remains stubbornly high. There's word this hour that 837,000 people filed, which is about 4% fewer than the week before. Only about half the jobs lost earlier in the pandemic have been made back. House Speaker Pelosi in Treasury Secretary Mnuchin are set to talk today on a new Corona virus relief package. Despite intense political polarization. There's a hint here of forward movement marketplaces Nancy Marshall Ginza joins us now Stimulus before the election given up for dead, But what not necessarily Well, there's some signs of compromise, Mnuchin says. President Trump is now willing to spend more than around a trillion dollars. Speaker. Pelosi says she Mnuchin had an extensive conversation. But there are areas where they're seeking further clarification. The Democrats did postpone a vote last night on their own Corona virus relief package, which would have cost around $2 trillion What's in there again? There would be more stimulus checks for most taxpayers $1200 per individual. The bill would reinstate $600 a week supplemental unemployment benefits that expired with summer and there's also helped for renters and state and local governments. So what are the hurdles? Nancy? Well, there's a group of Senate Republicans who are very worried about the deficit, and they're balking at all this spending on Corona virus relief. There's still disagreement between Mnuchin and policy over the Republicans insistence on liability protections for businesses. Republicans don't want to give state and local governments so much money. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell was asked yesterday about the prospects for a deal and he told reporters quote we are very, very far apart. All right, Nancy. Thank you. The third largest stock market in the world behind the messy and the NASDAQ is Tokyo, which have ground to a complete halt today after what is described as a hardware failure. Here's the BBC's business correspondent Theo Leggett. The failure occurred shortly before trading was due to begin. It was described as a technical glitch affecting the distribution of market data. Efforts to switch over to a back up system were unsuccessful. And so the exchange decided to abandon trading all together for the day. It says it's now replacing hardware and carrying out maintenance to ensure the market can re open on Friday. Analysts said. The unprecedented shutdown, described by a government spokesman as extremely regrettable, came on a day when the exchange would normally have been very busy due to the publication of a key survey on business confidence in Japan on the start of the second half of the financial year. I'm the BBC's the'RE Leggett for marketplace. The SNP future here is up 7/10 of a percent after gaining 8.5% in the quarter just concluded, driven by emergency, low interest rates and affection for technology stocks. It is the best six month run for stock since the year after the last great recession. Marketplace Morning.
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"The airport about 4 30, then immediately turned back. It originally had just started to take off and they had some sort of problem. We don't know what that is, and so they basically tried to turn around to catch the airport to do emergency landing. Plain clipping trees before slamming into the ground behind a building along Balboa Avenue in Kirti Mesa. Apparently the men on board were conscious and we're talking when they were rushed to the hospital. The NTSB is investigating White House chief of staff Mark Meadows is floating the idea of moving faster on President Trump's Supreme Court nominee on Fox News, Meadows said Democrats should be commended for being transparent about wanting to vote against Trump's nominee before he's even announced it. That lead Meadows to suggest that the Republican controlled Senate move even faster than planned. Trump will announce who he's going to nominate to the court on Saturday at two o'clock our time, and Coco will have live coverage. Anytime. The president outlining his vision for health care, overhaul and signs and order protecting preexisting conditions, Jared Halpern with more from Washington, President Trump troubled to North Carolina and lay out his vision for affordable healthcare and lower prescription drug prices. The first pillar of my plan is more choice more choice. For the American Thie Trump administration has joined the lawsuit aimed at invalidating the Affordable Care Act, signing the law by President Obama. That law prohibits insurers from denying coverage for preexisting conditions. President Trump signed an executive order making it government policy to protect patients with preexisting conditions. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says that executive order is not worth the paper. It's signed on new research that recommends eye protection from Cove in 19, In addition to mouth and nose coverings, has experts pumping the brakes. Researchers are warning covert 19 particles could get into a human's body through their eyes and recommend wearing face shields goggles or glasses to lower the risk of infection. However, Dr Christian Roemer's of family health Centers of San Diego told reporting partner 10 news. If there's additional evidence that builds up then that's the point that we changed guidelines struggles can be thought of as an extra level insurance where health care workers probably need to do this not so much the general public Healthcare workers have been recommended to wear eye protection by the Centers for Disease Control, a USC ophthalmologist told reporting partner 10 News virus particles can enter through the eyes, which have been detected in human tears. But there's no clear cut data so far showing the eyes are a maze. Your entry point. Dan Noone Kogo News This Saturday is international coastal cleanup day groups in San Diego and around the world will be picking up trash. And now the group that maps are roads and freeways is about to help out. Caltrans Transportation group says they are willing to collect your junk acting division chief for construction, Marjorie Perez told KOGO News. There are four pickup sites all at Park and ride state, Not 57 River offered road in Lake Fight I five in Carmel Valley Road, 805 and Sweet Wire Road in National City and the last location I five and 78 Laredo Street in Oceanside, Caltrans says You can bring anything with the exception of refrigerators, microwaves, anything hazardous time to give it to that old mattress couch. You, khun do it starts at a M. Saturday. You have to unload also practice social distancing Caltrans partnering. With several local environmental groups. Phil Farrar, KOGO News Vietnamese police are investigating a factory that was found recycling about 320,000 used condoms for resale inspectors in southern Vietnam raided the factory where they found use condoms being washed, reshaped and packed into plastic package is a state owned newspaper says the owner of the factory, who happened to be a 34 year old woman confessed to buying the used condoms from a man in the The area. Health officials say the recycled condoms posed an extreme health risk. If you use them..
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"The financial safari fast moving show is always a Chris, Chris, Chris breath here with us. And we have Dave Perkins in our control booth. And we have Mr. Chuck Keeton hall of fame broadcaster, NHL, days, took time move rather quickly, doesn't it? Really doesn't it really hit home in that last segment, when you talked about somebody, their thirties retirement can reflect back and I know you're going to go into the sandwich generation of forties, but we're going to talk mostly about fifties and sixties and but it's in the thirties and forties. Right, we talked about 4._0._1._K planning, so what about asset allocation should people be thinking about that in house? Oh, and that's how you can help. Yeah, it's, it's not just about putting the money away. It's where you put it. So it's, it's I can buy a whole bunch of ground beef if it's on sale, but of a put it up into counters like in the above the stove and the countertops or whatever the cabinets, yeah, it's not gonna last too long. No. By the way. So a lot of people though, are getting what I consider a good strategy to putting money away, but putting in the wrong place. And so they've got way too much risk. And that's, that's a lot of times of getting that ground beef and putting it into cabinets, the frigerator. Hey, it's a great deal for minute. Then it's not a great deal afterwards, perishable better, if you put it in the frigerator, like the was a buddy, who had a at beach house, topsoil island a few years ago when he lost power, he had just bought a nice big Turkey, because we're going to celebrate thanksgiving down there. Put the Turkey in the freezer, right? He couldn't get down there for couple of weeks without power. Yikes. His buddy with him. Mistake, we open the freezer. Not supposed to frigerator. So that's why again that was the right plan. But the wrong plate like he didn't plan for the contingencies emergencies. What happens to the power goes out? So what happens if the power goes out in the market? What happens if all our money's at risk and risk? Besides go the other way it's been a great run. We've had I can argue that as money, managers, we're happy to say, we've got great returns, but we don't we don't put a federal cap because we know that everyone has great returns market's going up like bananas, every single sector for the most part been going up like bananas, Senate, it really has. And that's something again, it's almost like a coach taking credit for a team winning. But the players that are blame when the market goes down, and it's their fault because we're not winning you know you know what you haven't heard much about. They still they still are Turpin birds at like six in the morning. But you don't hear them all day. Long is the silver and gold, guys you remember when the market was tanking back in two thousand seven eight that's all you heard is by gold ball by silver. It'll be a good hedge. We'll go over two thousand thirteen or fourteen hundred. So it's, it's, it's less bright worthless. Now we're. Ten fifteen years later, see money's been sitting there looking at you with little sad is like a dog hasn't been fed today. That's that I'm realizing about these golden silver people that really bought into it a lot of my Facebook, friends, did, and they're still stuck. They're still buying more. Well just trying to average down, which could be good strategy again. You never know. But gold could go down. You know, I grew up gold at three hundred dollars an ounce. Oh, absolutely father in law bought a ton of it then and then he ended up selling it. And then, of course, it skyrocketed later who knew forty years ago. But again, if you bought it at that let's say you bought it at fourteen hundred dollars an ounce and then it went up to two thousand or of you didn't sale. Now. It's back to fourteen. Did you make any money? No matter of fact, you lost money because all that time you've been holding it not you haven't earned anything. No doesn't kick off any interest. No. It's your old theory that you talk about. It's not a theory. It's true. It's it's a true axiom. You're not up until you're up until you're right. Chuck, chuck. One of the things though is it's funny is, is the fact that people think they're, they're fine. They're hedging but they're not making if you not make anything, you're not making anything. And so then you start looking at the fact that you've wasted years and years and years and made a penny. And here's another thing about gold and silver. It hasn't caught up to what happens in the market nowadays. When you buy a stock you buy at let's call the ask price, and that's when the broker commission on there. But the Commission's very, very small these days, it used to be a big big commission. And when you sell it, you have to sell it the bid, that's what someone's willing to give you same in the silver, and gold world, yet the bid, and ask bread is gigantic. And so if I buy gold from you today, Chuck, you're gonna charge me, the ask price, which is high. And if I say, we'll Chuck I my wife said, I can't have it. I have to sell it back. Oh, what happened? Take it back. For the bid prices lower. So you really need to go to be up big for you to break even. Yeah. So now we've talked about these commodities. There are things called stocks. It. Oh, one would ask a coach Pete. How would you pick stock? Yeah. Well, first of all, I would be remiss if I didn't give the proper attention to our silver, and gold guy..
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"The financial safari fast moving show is always a Chris, Chris, Chris here with us. And we have Dave Perkins in our control booth. And we have Mr. Chuck Keeton hall of fame broadcaster NHL, days, took time, moves rather, quickly, doesn't it, it really doesn't it really hit home in that last segment, when you talked about somebody in their thirties, and how they plan for retirement, I can reflect back and I know you're going to go into the sandwich generation of forties, but we're going to talk mostly about fifties and sixties and but it's in the thirties and forties. Right, we talked about 4._0._1._K planning, so what about asset allocation should people be thinking about that in house? Oh, and that's how you can help. Yeah, it's, it's not just about putting the money away. It's where you put it. So it's, it's I can buy a whole bunch of ground beef if it's on sale. But if we put it up into counters like in the above the stove and the countertops or whatever the cabinets. Yeah, it's not gonna last too long. Is it? No. By the way. So a lot of people though, are getting what I consider a good strategy to putting money away. But the putting in the wrong place. And so they've got way too much risk. And that's, that's a lot of times of getting that ground beef. And putting it in the cabinets instead of the frigerator. Hey, it's a great deal for minute. And then it's not a great deal afterwards, perishable better, if you put it in the frigerator, like the was a buddy, who had a beach house atop. So I want a few years ago when he lost power. He had just bought a nice big Turkey, 'cause we're going to celebrate thanksgiving down there. Put the Turkey in the freezer. Right. He couldn't get down there for a couple of weeks. They were without power Yikes. His buddy with him mistakenly opened the freezer. You know, you're not supposed to open frigerator. And so that's why again that was the right plan. But the wrong way like he didn't plan for the contingencies emergencies. What happens to the power goes out? So what happens if the power goes out in the market? What happens if all our money's at risk, and risk decides to go the other way it's been a great run? We've had no one can argue with that. And as money managers, we're happy to see it. We've got great returns but we. We don't we don't put a federal cap because we know that everyone has great returns, some markets is going up like bananas, every single sector for the most part been going up like bananas, isn't it? It really has. And that's something again, it's almost like a coach taking credit for a team winning. But the players are to blame when the market goes down and it's their fault because we're not winning. Right. You know you know what you haven't heard much about. They still they still are turfing birds at like six in the morning. But you don't hear them all day. Long is the silver and gold, guys you ever when the market was tanking back in two thousand seven eight. That's all you heard is by gold ball by silver. It'll be a good hedge. We'll go was over two thousand dollars an ounce, and now it's like thirteen or fourteen hundred miles, so it's, it's, it's less worthless. And now it's ten fifteen years later. See your money's been sitting there looking at you with a little sad? It's like a dog that hasn't been fed today. That's amazing. I'm realizing about these golden silver people that really bought into it a lot of my Facebook friends, did, and they're still stuck. They're still buying more because they're trying to average down, which could be a good strategy to future again. You never know. But gold could go down. You know, I grew up, Chuck member gold at three hundred dollars an ounce. Oh, absolutely father-in-law bought a ton of it then and then he ended up selling it. And then, of course, it skyrocketed later who knew forty years ago. And again, if you bought it at that let's say you bought it at fourteen hundred dollars an ounce, and then it went up to two thousand or of you didn't sell. But now it's back to fourteen. Did you make any money? No matter of fact, you lost money because all that time you've been holding it not you haven't earned anything. No. Because it doesn't kick off any interest. No, it's your old theory that you talk about. It's not a theory. It's true. I it's a it's a true axiom. You're not up until you're not up until you're right. Chuck, chuck. You know, one of the things though is it's funny is, is the fact that people think they're, they're fine. They're hedging but they're not making if you're not making anything, you're not making anything. Yeah. And so then you start looking at the fact that, that you've wasted years and years and years, and you haven't made a penny. And here's another thing about gold and silver. It hasn't caught up to what happens in the market nowadays. When you buy a stock you buy it at let's call the ask price, and that's when the broker commission on there. But the Commission's very, very small these days, it used to be a big big commission. And when you sell it, you have to sell it the bid, that's what someone's willing to give you same in the silver, and gold world, yet the bid, and asked bread is gigantic. And so if I buy gold from you today, Chuck, you're gonna charge me, the ask price, which is high. And if I say, we'll Chuck I my wife said, I can't have it. I have to sell it back. Oh, more than happy to take it back. For the bid prices lower. So you really need to go up big for you to break even. Yeah. So now we've talked about these commodities. There are things called stocks it. Oh, one would ask coach Pete. How would you pick stock? Yeah. Well, first of all, I would be remiss if I didn't give the proper attention to our silver, and gold guy. Mr. Yukon, Cornelius area..