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"ahmad tea" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"ahmad tea" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Times and it is clearly risking when this comedian recently posted a video of himself laughing at the president he was arrested and opposition politicians like Zito Conway said the president is now trying to hide bad news about the virus in order to win an election later this year we are all over the president has decided that people's lives should not be protected it is dangerous and I think that the price of his behavior is constructed with eco sold at ease that ought to compete in in the country combined yeah you can add controlled how the person in the company well but could it be more complicated than that some people have suggested that Tanzania indeed all of Africa might enjoy special protection from the virus because of hot weather or youthful population but the experts like professor Shabir Ahmad tea in South Africa see that's dangerous talk it's highly irresponsible for any politician anyway know whether the Clinton saying your any other country to claim that two words is over I think it's very naive out behind the surprise that African countries don suffer the same sort of fate this has happened in the northern hemisphere so it's just wishful thinking basically without question for your strategy to be one which assumes that you're not going to be affected is that the service to the citizens of that particular country that report by the BBC's Andrew Harding you're listening to music alive from the BBC in London I'm James Menendez we're gonna tend to me I'm on now and the conflict in the west of that country in Rakhine's state three years ago was a military campaign against for hinge of Muslims that left thousands dead and drove hundreds of thousands of others to flee across the border to Bangladesh where they still languish in foster refugee camps well now the fighting is between the forces of the central government in the business community we see themselves as the original inhabitants of for kinds state that's supporting a new rebel group calling itself the Arakan army Jonathan had reports.

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"ahmad tea" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

12:45 min | 2 years ago

"ahmad tea" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"In the fourth quarter coming up soon after that game well no I was at that game but the very next night hi I was on the air and that was a Friday night of course if the set score garden and it is among the best radio calls that I've ever heard in my lifetime and and I played with the the show that we were doing at that time and it was of course just as exciting at the Madison Square Garden was coming off its hinges I mean it was so loud and of course how loud is it bad in the past with the knickerbockers not very loud and how loud is it paid with the New York Rangers it's been loud because they have been so competitive got to the finals against gangs all tech but none the less that night and that may be if the person and I was there that Friday night for that game separate with I I was were furring for days and weeks and months and years after that job particular moment playing that call one of my favorite calls it may not be number one we'll get to that a little bit later on but it's one day that's it that's for sure and I've been to as a vegetable for a bit so lucky and fortunate to have been that the NC double A. R. but I saw how requires last game I was working in Atlanta at the time and was at the arm name no longer in existence in Atlanta when when Marquette with the the virtually would that went up mark head to head to al McGuire is Marquette warriors war too with the end seat will a championship and really seriously so only a few feet behind al McGuire who was in tears when the game was over for the local TV station that I was working at to do an interview with him right away and I know that drive with T. V. basketball announcers with C. B. as in the NC double a how album choir who became one of the very first of not the first to to make the transition from a coaching to the broadcast booth and he along with Packer in advance and that Dick at Bergen so forth and so on I mean what I have done a job but it goes right as I believe it was Joe who ventured as good a threesome as you would ever find doing college basketball that's for sure but al McGuire that was all right but I sorted C. double late championship I've been to a World Series I've been I've been to a Super Bowl the IRA did do well with the Rangers with Vancouver but that game seven may have been the best game I've ever ever been to in my life about because I was there that Mike piazza whole run after nine eleven to me that was the best baseball moment that I've ever been to in person because I was a J. that night and I know for the calls that were made about that how emotional it was everybody at Shea Stadium the jet that ten day at ten days after nine eleven and it was a sign it was a signal that with heavy hearts mourning and grieving over nine eleven that it was a site or a signal that we were doing the best we could with heavy hearted morning moving forward but that much goals step on my toe I'll step on yours and how we rose was just eight admitted now his voice is back for how long already after that moment and how we with the bats of with all the great calls he has made there's no question about it and he was with the the voice of the Rangers for a spell Marv Albert of course the the greatest basketball announcer I've ever heard in my life at the bottom line is there's always paired with a broadcast play by play type regardless of sport the very best of always been here one eight seven seven three three seven six six six six number to call Tony is calling from Long Island journey around the fan in New York City what's actually taught how are you how are you doing we're doing okay thank goodness I hope you too yes Sir and I'm gonna tell you something first okay I love you from captain midnight how old are you right Europe I don't want to think about I don't feel that all right I saw that and you don't sound it either thank you Sir but let me tell you some it took me through the good and bad I'll never forget yet and and hear your voice is so good all rights I I just want to say that all right well and and most of the time I have to go and find it because I lose it all the time but does does happen such as sub jobs nasal and raspberry does work when you're great you're great and well what all right great well listen to be closely because whatever it is I've grayed out let me know the next time you call so I could do it again all right listen I'm more of a hockey guy after Paul died yes good when you when you played our heroes that was you know that was is that not yeah well yeah the no that's it yeah yeah it's a it's a better than any of the production of grease is you're going to hear me but I mean is that and however long crying baby in its mouth Vancouver the right yeah it was great also I and also maybe ed could find something else that well it rides ever ever and certainly we don't want to we don't want to bother any Icelander fans but course the you know one of I know the chorus attorney journey getting seventeen million a year already which advance what is half right and yeah he's a better broadcaster that he was quarterback I was going to say you know he he's not gonna thrown in instead of paying for more interceptions you know what well what once in a while he does yeah but he does once in a while interception of dance but but it works here's it is it is yeah and I go back that far yeah it is the Moscow recall when in nineteen sixty nine willow street they weren't sure if he was gonna play comes out of the garden I makes the first two shots yeah I know well and we'll look forward to getting some why did it go so far yeah you know I yeah I'm more of a ranger on a Yankee guy right and I'm not a hundred percent basketball guy was an extra and now and it was phenomenal well Marv Albert with that to die for a ready they had the best basketball announcer I've ever heard that's number one with that right and still is and he's a hundred years old let's face it but the bottom line is he has lost a single vowel he's not laws very of the a single all right yes he's not lost a single works with X. were exclamation point to go along with his yess and you could hear Ahmad tea at G. went there is basketball but the bottom line is his hit I we have something with him if that could find it you know we're going to play it and play it it is on the other side of the refrigerator a few miles away so the bottom line is if you could find anything from nineteen seventy with the neck of rockers and that warning over the wonderful Hollywood fakers of wilt chamberlain the bottom line is that will will will definitely play that too there is from any New York sports fan whether it is von though the four major sports that he may be the most of a fan is going to have some great calls from some of the greatest play by play announcers in the history of this country one eight seven seven three three seven six six six six number to call Michael is calling from Connecticut Mike you're on the fan what's happening do we have right if it is a privilege for character and he's never been wrong and don't you forget it why do what are the pleasure Mister summers thank you Craig thank Craig would call well thanks Mike for making it you know so I was proud of what the radio use they're doing that because it's not but I'm going to say oh fifty eight when I was in nineteen seventy eight and one inch cross country to New Canaan with a transistor radio the size of a softball game goes a hundred sixty third game okay game please let us know or share Somers okay thank you even though you don't have to be sorry about anything go ahead no no go up but the the truth is I'm a metropolitan fan but I was so enamored with that games as long as you had such a great day yeah add that no it was a great game it's classic in fact you can see it but what what what are the market Grand Cayman yes here was your okay so if you could find on the ground that it because I don't like is that the before the there wasn't all that I was running around the radio the size of a softball it the end or is invalid who is the best at what he does but working by himself or try to find it that's for sure at a course where was your strips he was not looking out for you so wanted to make the cabbage but it was a debate add other cars their cars continued adesso will we right up until ten o'clock and sell the condo let's go if we can't check Gary calling from Lakewood to Gary around the family was happening thanks Dave Gerry from Lakewood thanks for taking my call been a long time training yours since the nineties in the overnight well that's appreciated for sure although most people would wonder what's wrong with you but we certainly appreciate the kind words that's for sure get me informed entertained for many many years I'm I'm loving you again okay hi go ahead Gary yeah I just just about the virus in Lakewood when we're doing well thank god and people are doing that that's the right thing and this time I'm very happy that we're doing pretty well hi I'm glad to hear that and then eventually all of us will get through this and in one piece says that we say so now that's good news that's positive news and add that that's something that is a good to hear so you know I hope that keeps going and and can't thank you enough for that kind of very positive and comforting information by the way we did fine for a while what was requested I feel like I'm working at CBS FM with the oldies but the goodies were playing which say that these are oldies but goodies that's for sure so like I've I put out my disc jockey had not yet I'm good at and what I'm about to say with this and you could go right to this.

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"ahmad tea" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

11:20 min | 2 years ago

"ahmad tea" Discussed on KGO 810

"I'm John bachelor this is the John Batchelor show the twentieth century blues that's what comes from and I learned from a new book a biography and auto body god when I left home this is the story of a man who had traveled from Louisiana to Chicago two Grammys and success here in the twenty first century and along the way I learned a deal about where the blues come from as body tells me you have the blues so you play the blues and then the blues go a body of very good evening to you congratulations we need to start in the place that I very much as a reader believe is the kernel of your great success let's worth Louisiana where is that and how did you go up there well first of all let's worry about sixty miles north of baton Rouge arrived right almost exactly across the Mississippi River from the and gold approved let's worth Louisiana so we when I was north of what you call the Rouge and you grew up there with your mom and your dad and you had two older sisters and two younger brothers do I get in reverse okay fine and you grew up in a humble abode you didn't have electricity you'd have running water when you were a very small child and so when did you hear music what was the music you think of body our golf will be in some research with no instruments right the true vine Baptist church yes Sir that is just wonderful and the true vine was also your school if I if I read you correctly you would spend the day working with your father and your brothers and then at the end of the day or sometime later in the afternoon you walk to school yeah well actually you know the form of you know we have to come home from school and go pick the cotton and chop to guide them whatever till schools out in when school's out you have used on what I have my grandchildren lance left and right now I have the tools to do it four and five and six year role United have and then all the time I have this lady was Sunday sometime Saturday afternoon we had to have a bill phone survey and all day Sunday and the true vine Baptist church then was a treat to it it was a great pleasure it was a respite from the war yeah yeah now there's a scene you have early on body that seems very much of an anecdote about the politics of the last hundred years you talk about traveling or a walking to the true that a true vine Baptist church and a school bus goes by and that's where the white children are going to their school but you were not permitted or left to go to the white school is that correct yeah your that's the whole south out mainly we we yeah we have the even when you were in the baton Rouge where you know that we had arrived back at above even if one of my body on it I just wanted that image for the younger people you understand body because we on the twenty first century and it's hard to reach back but you're born in nineteen thirty six so you first hear about events like the Pearl Harbor story because there weren't radios you first hear about it from somebody who tells somebody and your schooling here is very much what we now call segregated you were kept out of the school system except that search except the church now would you run the true vine Baptist church while we would bring that to each of them from baton Rouge or wherever they could give him to come out and and study with someone from outside related work ma'am I don't know if I gave him that name in the book miss Jane is see what have room for the teachers to come out if school season them they would stay there and give the through grades to whatever that way and then after that it would no you have to go to bed religious somewhere if you wanted to go to high school the first time that it becomes important to you about how African American how black men are in America is Jackie Robinson how did how did you translate for you and your father and your brothers in Louisiana fallout server mistake about about a move we discussed that with the book but I think it was Joe Louis before Jack Jackie and it was Jackie Robinson winning V. of rookie of the year award that was exciting to Joe Louis was a little he you were young principles though is the more yelling fight well world you know operate or bring both of them I don't know who is who but I know what is right around the same time and bills of the the role that you know that when we finally got a really yield my bad name one of all black people used to talk about it with Jack Johnson riffle that right but we didn't have really old enough to know about them until some about somebody come up and tell us about it now the music we have to talk about the music because you are Buddy Guy the blues musician who first played a guitar in front of you how did you learn about it well it we call include but is real name was in Henderson is you've got it in the book well look who then own a farm while we were you very well I don't you know it would be able to holidays and all of course these the from a come on Sunday we always did have that Sunday all bill the holiday was Christmas of the there's no word of folders you will world Labor Day amount of that might affect Labor Day is act exactly what it would we would leave alone that day so well and then they would have they would go good crew ever Chris one and with the you know all of fall how there was a mile apart he would bring to get these cells would have probably a case of beer and a and a and a joke while they were growing up and go to the Max out of we beat and killed a pig on the cheek of a whatever we're there and after that they will go over when he got pretty drunk on a wine list of the rest of the kids if we had a door without the player with the toe of the shooting firecrackers with them out I wouldn't follow the of I would go get his gifts when he laid down and try to figure out what really was the all right and comes the day your father has the idea to buy that to to string guitar from kut and he had four dollars and then he found a quarter and then you found a dime so you bought it for four dollars and thirty five cents did you how did I don't know I don't know about that was my way of explaining them Ahmad tea to myself out of play by the quarter amid that I see that that would that would lack explaining to David that I was looking for diamond filed a quarter when I was trying to figure out what motor warning light and how often they were doing because I don't have no wonder that teach instruct me have a play outside the figure that out myself we didn't have a record player will there be lectors lights and I couldn't sit around and say what he was doing but one guy had an old phonograph and we used to do that that's when we would hear that there would ever get to hear about the memo about fourteen il bonus right and so you hear the music and then you play it on the two two string guitar what I would try to play a string gets out the first thing we learned about the gift of arriving got to know what the left frame do so what what did to throwing that leaves much to hair of low which one of those things where we go on an outside of Turkey is not be allowed to play even before you if you're going to take a class will be charged for the whole you get that out for you and this cone I got one final number one string and they counted like them though you can count on he what the best way to Kerr olive one two three four five six of the novel is small throwing up to the vehicle and closed than say one two three four five six of every time you go one foot fighting on the one trying to put for almost almost like a string and then you could go to the teacher if you have one and it'll be easier for you to cancel the woodies due to those who have this pick it up and go in the block you go to the Rouge and you live with anime and that's when you got a six string guitar I met someone a very generous man whom your dad knew bought it for you and what it might there he didn't know much about it they didn't know when he walked up to him actually what I'll be sitting there the next week here the phone out of another kia firm on the porch and he came and took we have bought a guitar and came back and my sister came home and say what is this we had a quart of beer shoes they give me some of that beer and they're old Chrysler car in he this is the live blog the control of my dad a member ID reported a couple of dollars worth of gas McCall drove up there but it was a Friday also and so we walked with my band of all mothers are you Mitchell early good god earn the herd grew up together jul born so it was fake that's what I'm not sure that I would say so right now you're in the Rouge and now you've got to make the decision to go off to Chicago because that's where blues was played and the chess records someone in a radio station in the Rouge new Chess Records who was that merry with big get do a relay will rate matter of Serbia at the little number one black space remembered roots Devic's okay and he with the laws of our go to Chicago while working remembers use could work as well I would never think I've been out to their portion of the professional musician because I've been going out with that group but he made a tape of me and say take this if you go to Chicago take this long to get to the chest records and they will record you have bad never happened I did do that let's get on the bus now and your father gave you a wonderful piece of advice he told you don't be the best don't be be be the best until the best comes along head over the bathroom counters with a bathroom drove after Moran right so you get on the bus and you're out no no no it would rain yes you get on the train and it was nineteen fifty seven September I don't want one of three of nineteen fifty right and there is a newspaper and you see Alaska's the state who why is going to be a state you know there's irony in this because they're someone born in Hawaii who is the first African American president but anyway but he gets on the train you go off to Chicago now this is the fairy tale part body you know one person in Chicago to stay with that's your friend Shorty right and you arrive you get you walk to shorties have apartment he lets you any says you can sleep in my bed when I have to get up at five AM so you go out and you buy a Cup of coffee in Chicago with wonderful seven then you could buy a couple call for it if you have a dime and seven that restaurant legal war or if you could stay in the joints all of which four five o'clock in the morning I got through it we have a spear of stocked up here would what a hundred thousand people in the city of me of better than the home of thousands wonderful seven it was still warm when you arrive so you went you spent the night drinking coffee then you went back and that was your reliving relationship with Shorty in where was it where was the apartment building order seven nineteen Kim will have a news Chicago rattle recall of folders that men and Kim whatever salary read my blog formulate wish when we come back chest records and.

John Batchelor Louisiana Chicago four dollars hundred years one foot six year
"ahmad tea" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

11:21 min | 2 years ago

"ahmad tea" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I'm John bachelor this is the John Batchelor show the twentieth century blues that's what comes and I learned from the new book a biography and auto body when I left home this is the story of a man who had traveled from Louisiana to Chicago two Grammys and success here in the twenty first century and along the way I learned a deal about where the blues come from as body tells me you have the blues so you play the blues and then the blues go a body of very good evening to you congratulations we need to start in the place that I very much as the reader believe is the kernel of your great success let's worth Louisiana where is that and how did you grow up there well first of all let's worry about sixty miles north of baton Rouge arrived almost exactly across the Mississippi River from the and gold approved let's worth Louisiana so we when I was north of what you call the Rouge and you grew up there with your mom and your dad and you had two older sisters and two younger brothers do I get in reverse okay fine and you grew up in a humble abode you don't have electricity you have running water when you were a very small child and so when did you hear music what was the music you think of body our golf will be in from your research with no instruments right the true vine Baptist church that is just wonderful and the true vine was also your school if I if I read you correctly you would spend the day working with your father and your brothers and then at the end of the day or sometime later in the afternoon you walk to school yeah well actually you know the form of you know we have to come home from school and go pick the cotton and chop to guide them whatever till schools out in one school allowed to air use that war I help my grandchildren live left and right now I am not a tool to do it four and five and six year role United haven't been all the time I have this lady was Sunday sometime Saturday afternoon we had half a day phones and then our bass sound and the true vine Baptist church then was a treat to it it was a great pleasure it was a respite from the war yeah yeah now there's a scene you have early on body that seems very March an anecdote about the politics of the last hundred years you talk about traveling or are walking to the true that a true vine Baptist church and a school bus goes by and that's where the white children are going to their school but you were not permitted or left to go to the white school is that correct yeah your that's the whole south out mainly we we yeah we had the even when you were in the baton Rouge where you know that we have to ride to back it above the what of what my body on it I just wanted that image for the younger people you understand body because we on the twenty first century and it's hard to reach back but you're born in nineteen thirty six so are you first hear about events like the Pearl Harbor story because there weren't radios you first hear about it from somebody who tells somebody and your schooling here is very much what we now call segregated you were kept out of the school system except that search except the church now did you find the true vine Baptist church while they would bring that to each of them from baton Rouge or wherever they could give him to come out and and study with someone from outside related what ma'am I don't know if I gave him that name in the book miss Jane is see what have room for the teachers to come out if it was school season them they would stay there and give us through grade school to that way and then after that it would no you have to go to bed religious somewhere if you wanted to go to high school the first time that it becomes important to you about how African American how black men are in America is Jackie Robinson how did how did you translate for you and your father and your brothers in Louisiana fallout server mistaken about a move we discuss that with the book but I think it was Joe Louis before Jack Jackie and eight was Jackie Robinson winning fee of rookie of the year award that was exciting to Joe Louis was a little the you were young principles though is the more you know like fight for a world you know operator bring both of my I don't know who was who what I'm a little rough around the same time and bills of the he rolled about the about that when we finally got a really you know my dad ma'am more of all black people use of talk about it with Jack Johnson riffle that right but we didn't have a really old enough to know about them until some about somebody come out and tell us about it now the music we have to talk about the music because you are Buddy Guy the blues musician who first played a guitar in front of you how did you learn about what we call include what is real name was in Henderson is you've got it in the book well look who don't own a farm while we were you very well I don't you know it was able to holidays and all of course this is from a come on Sunday we always been on that Sunday all bill the holiday was cruise one after the other no wonderful to do our world Labor Day amount of that might affect Labor Day is act exactly what it will lose label on that day so well and then they would love them they would go good crew ever cruise one and with that you know all of farm how the rules of mile apart he would bring the gifts these cells would have problem case of beer and a and a and a joke or why they would write down and go to the Max out of we didn't feel that the that the chickens or whatever where and after that they will go over when he got pretty drunk on a wine list them to refer the key is if we had a door without the player with the toll of the shooting firecrackers within our wouldn't follow the of I would go get his gift when he laid down and try to figure out what really was that all right and comes today your father has the idea to buy that tuned to string guitar from coach and he had four dollars and then he found a quarter and then you found a dime so you bought it for four dollars and thirty five cents did you how did no no no no no that was my way of explaining them Ahmad teas of myself on a play about a quarter in the daytime I say that that would that would lack explaining to David that I was looking for diamond filed a quarter when I was trying to figure out what motor warning light and how they were doing because I don't have no one of the keys instruct me either play outside the figure that out myself we didn't have a record player will there be lectors lights couldn't sit around and say what he was doing but one guy had an old phonograph and we used to do that that's when we would hear that there would ever get to hear about the memo about fourteen il bonus right and you hear the music and then you play it on the two two string guitar what I would try to play around to string gets out the first thing we learned about the gifts of arriving got to know what the left lane do so what we did to throwing that lease mob to hair no which one of those things where we go on about five or six years not be allowed to play even move for you if you're going to take a class will be charged for the whole you get there for you and this count I got one final number one string and they counted like them though you can count on he what the best way to tell is one two three four five six of you know from the small showing up to the vehicles and closed than say one two three four five six if we were to ever use go one foot fighting on the one trying to put for almost almost like a string and then you could go to the teacher if you have one and it'll be easier for you to cancel the would be speak to those who have this pick it up and go with the blind you go to the Rouge and you live with anime and that's when you got a six string guitar I met someone a very generous man whom your dad knew bought it for you and what it might that he didn't know much about it they didn't know when he walked up to him actually what I'll be sitting there the next week here either fell out of love the queue for Mona porch and he came and took we have bought a guitar and came back and my sister came home and say what is this the end of quarter beer she's a give me some of that be you and the year old Chrysler car and this is a live go on the control of Monday have a member ID reported to cover the whole world will give me a call they are very well the Friday for an emergency we Walter my band of all mothers are you Mitchell early good god and they heard grew up together two little boys so it was fate that's what I'm not sure that I would say so right now you're in the Rouge and now you've got to make the decision to go off to Chicago because that's where blues was played and the chess records someone in a radio station in the Rouge new Chess Records who was that merry with big get do a relay will remain out of here at the little number one black faces in baton Rouge Devic's okay and he with big laws of our go to Chicago while working remembers user I could work at a lot of never think of the house of their portion of the professional musician make a lot of things out with that do but he may have a tape of me and say take this if you go to Chicago take this long to get to the chest records and they will record you never happened I did do that let's get on the bus now and your father gave you a wonderful piece of advice he told you don't be the bass don't be be be the best until the best comes along with a bathroom counters with a bathroom drove after Marantz writes you get on the bus and you're all no no no yes you get on the train and it was nineteen fifty seven September I don't want one of three of nineteen fifty right and there is a newspaper and you see Alaska state Hawaii is going to be a state you know there's irony in this because they're someone born in a wife was the first African American president but anyway but he gets on the train you go off to Chicago now this is the fairy tale part body you know one person in Chicago to stay with that's your friend Shorty right and you arrive you get you walk to shorties have apartment he lets you any says you can sleep in my bed when I have to get up at five AM so you go out and you buy a Cup of coffee in Chicago with wonderful seven then you could buy a couple call for it if you have a dime and seven that restaurant illegal war or if you could stay in the joints all of which four five o'clock in the morning America we have this the stocked up here would what a hundred thousand people in the city of meals are better than the home of thousands wonderful seven it was still warm when you arrive so you went you spent the night drinking coffee then you went back and that was your reliving relationship with Shorty and where was it where was the apartment building auto serve nineteen cables Avenue in Chicago right a recall of Florida seven men and Kim whatever salary remote block formulate which when we come back chest records and.

John Batchelor Louisiana Chicago four dollars hundred years six years one foot six year
"ahmad tea" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"ahmad tea" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The higher. of death a curious Canadian teen solves a twenty seven year old cases we hear from fox's sound Jian Grasso thirteen year old Max will rank of found the submerged car in a lake in British Columbia and reported it to authorities but two Mounties couldn't see anything so Max dove into the lake recorded video of the car and show them that Ahmad tea's dive team recovered the vehicle and found the remains of Janet Faris missing since nineteen ninety two the sixty nine year old woman disappeared driving to a wedding in Alberta police think it was an auto accident no foul play is suspected and her son says relief comes with the discovery calling it the best of all outcomes given the sad situation Sanji impresso fox news it chapter two topped the box office this weekend pulling in ninety one million Bucks domestically a hundred and eighty five million dollars worldwide the first it opened this weekend two years ago with a hundred and twenty three million domestically and a Buck eighty nine million worldwide critics are also less enamored of the sequel that seems which as a sixty five percent fresh and they ten average critic rating on rotten tomatoes versus eighty six percent fresh and the ten average rating for it now the sequel which is based on Stephen king's novel features the adult members of the losers club there played among others by Jessica Chastain James McAvoy and bill hater millennium and lions gate angel has fallen fell to number two in its third outing with six million Bucks or a domestic total of fifty three point five million and next up was universal's good boys which grossed four five point four million in its fourth weekend for domestic tally of sixty six point nine million and globally it's an eighty two point four million so here we go the top ten at the box office over the weekend number ten was Dora and the lost city of gold at two point two million dollars tied with ready or not at two point two million. scary stories to tell in the dark did two point three million Bucks to finish eighth peanut butter falcon did two point three to finish up seventh fast and furious presents Thompson show still pull into them been on that's been on the screen for a while finish it number six of three point seven million over calmer did three point eight when it finished number five lion king four point two million at number four good voice was third at five point four million as we told you the top two angel has fallen at number two six million dollars but the dwarfing everybody over the weekend was it chapter two at ninety one million dollars so I get very good reviews I can tell you that much and you know I found the the first I found the first installment of it not I went in like a bro donated no it's going to be into chapters I thought it was really graphic and category you know and interestingly enough the made for TV version of it if which was made but I'd like twenty twenty five years ago that was on the tube over the weekend another investigation into one of the opera world's all time greats here's more from fox's Paul Stevens in representing opera performers and staff launching its own investigation into sexual harassment allegations against the superstar Placido Domingo saying it's not sure that opera companies will do a good enough job themselves the American guild of musical artists saying its investigation is prompted by two Associated Press stories in which multiple women accuse the seventy eight year old opera legend of sexual harassment or other inappropriate conduct the Los Angeles opera where to mingle his service general directors since two thousand three as hired its own outside counsel to conduct an investigation Paul Stevens fox news well some people tend to skip breakfast each and every morning regardless of it being called the most important meal of the day seems there are plenty of people who eat not one but two breakfasts and think more people should be considering doing it too news survey found that the average American will enjoy a second breakfast at least once a week with sixty two percent of people thinking it should be recognized as an official mail as for why people. eating a second breakfast other than just being hungry seventy percent say it's because it leaves them feeling more energized sounds like there's another reason to why people are eating so much breakfast they just love it breakfast breakfast foods were voted America's most favorite genre of food with thirty four percent of people saying it's their favorite overall followed by lunch at twenty four percent and then didn't get at nineteen percent people love breakfast so much that forty three percent said that they have eaten breakfast items were all three meals and one day while thirty six percent of it do it often but not everybody thinks it's okay to eat breakfast whenever you want in fact half of Americans feel that well they're being judged by people who believe it's not allowed to eat breakfast after ten twenty five AM rowing member it wasn't allowed at the fast.

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"ahmad tea" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"ahmad tea" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Police say the suspect finally got out of his vehicle holding a knife and refused their commands to drop it no one else was hurt. S. Canadian teen solves a twenty seven year cold case thirteen year old backs were Ranko found the submerged car and awake in British Columbia and reported it to authorities but two Mounties couldn't see anything so Max dove into the lake recorded video of the car and show them that Ahmad tea's dive team recover the vehicle and found the remains of Janet Faris missing since nineteen ninety two the sixty nine year old woman disappeared driving to a wedding in Alberta police think it was an auto accident no foul play is suspected and her son says relief comes with the discovery calling it the best of all outcomes given the sad situation Sanji impresso fox news it chapter two is number one at the box office Warner brothers as the horror sequel earned an estimated ninety one million dollars from north American ticket sales in its first weekend the first it debuted to a record one hundred twenty three million two years ago I'm Richard Jordan and this is talk to. mostly cloudy skies force your overnight slight chance for shower morning lows mid sixties mostly cloudy Monday with a slight chance for shower highs Monday low eighties sunshine mixing with clouds Tuesday warm did eighty seven hot Wednesday hi I lowered ninety zero just can move from the weather channel for talk radio six eighty W. CBM join Reid rowly of safe retirement solutions along with weight coffin and Clyde Alan live Mondays and Thursday evenings from six to seven PM with encore programming Saturdays and Sundays from one to two PM exclusively on talk radio six eighty W. CBM broadcasting from the W. C. B. M. safe retirement solutions studios call rob Veroli four one zero two six six eleven twenty save for retirement solutions dot com. see a true legend the amazing Kreskin September twenty first the Gordon setter Owings mills get your tickets now special pricing available on Groupon just type in question it.

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"ahmad tea" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"ahmad tea" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Intekron with Iran's nuclear director as the twenty fifteen J. C. P. O. eight nuclear deal continues to unravel this meeting does come after Iran announced over the weekend that it began to violate a third term of the nuclear agreement by injecting uranium gas into advanced centrifuges running leadership said that this step along with exceeding the uranium stockpile enrichment levels is reversible if European signatories live up to their end of the bargain fox's tree yanks police officers near Minneapolis shot and killed a driver who was broadcasting the police pursuit on Facebook live the driver ran a red light and would not pull over the video shows the man com while fleeing police say the suspect finally got out of his vehicle holding a knife and refused their commands to drop it no one else was hurt. S. Canadian teen solves a twenty seven year cold case thirteen year old backs were Ranko found the submerged car in the wake in British Columbia and reported it to authorities but two Mounties couldn't see anything so Max dove into the lake recorded video of the car and show them that Ahmad tea's dive team recovered the vehicle and found the remains of Janet Faris missing since nineteen ninety two the sixty nine year old woman disappeared driving to a wedding in Alberta police think it was an auto accident no foul play is suspected and her son says relief comes with the discovery calling it the best of all outcomes given the sad situation Sanji impresso fox news it chapter two is number one at the box office Warner brothers says the horror sequel earned an estimated ninety one million dollars from north American ticket sales in its first weekend the first it debuted to a record one hundred twenty three million two.

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"ahmad tea" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"ahmad tea" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Its nuclear program as Tehran authorities say it now uses advanced centrifuges they can enrich uranium the head of the U. N. nuclear watchdog did meet intekron with Iran's nuclear director as the twenty fifteen J. C. P. O. eight nuclear deal continues to unravel this meeting does come after Iran announced over the weekend that begin to violate a third term of the nuclear agreement by injecting uranium gas into advanced centrifuges running leadership said that this step along with exceeding the uranium stockpile and enrichment levels is reversible if European signatories live up to their end of the bargain fox's tree yanks police officers near Minneapolis shot and killed a driver who was broadcasting the police pursuit on Facebook live the driver ran a red light and would not pull over the video shows the man calm while fleeing police say the suspect finally got out of his vehicle holding a knife and refused their commands to drop it no one else was hurt a curious Canadian team sells a twenty seven year cold case thirteen year old backs were Ranko found a submerged car in the wake in British Columbia and reported it to authorities but two Mounties couldn't see anything so Max dove into the lake recorded video of the car and show them that Ahmad tea's dive team recovered the vehicle and found the remains of Janet Faris missing since nineteen ninety two the sixty nine year old woman disappeared driving to a wedding in Alberta police think it was an auto accident no foul play is suspected and her son says relief comes with the discovery calling it the best of all outcomes given the sad situation Sanji impresso fox news it chapter two is number one at the box office Warner brothers says the horror sequel earned an estimated ninety one million dollars from north American ticket sales in its first weekend the first it debuted to a record one hundred twenty three.

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"ahmad tea" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"ahmad tea" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"The run an instance planning to restart its nuclear program as Tehran authorities say it now uses advanced centrifuges they can enrich uranium the head of the U. N. nuclear watchdog did meet intekron with Iran's nuclear director as the twenty fifteen J. C. P. O. eight nuclear deal continues to unravel this meeting does come after Iran announced over the weekend that begin to violate a third term of the nuclear agreement by injecting uranium gas into advanced centrifuges running leadership said that this step along with exceeding the uranium stockpile and enrichment levels is reversible if European signatories live up to their end of the bargain fox's tree yanks police officers near Minneapolis shot and killed a driver who was broadcasting the police pursuit on Facebook live the driver ran a red light and would not pull over the video shows the man comma fleeing police say the suspect finally got out of his vehicle holding a knife and refused their commands to drop it no one else was hurt. S. Canadian teen solves a twenty seven year cold case thirteen year old backs were Ranko found the submerged car in the wake in British Columbia and reported it to authorities but two Mounties couldn't see anything so Max dove into the lake recorded video of the car and show them that Ahmad tea's dive team recovered the vehicle and found the remains of Janet Faris missing since nineteen ninety two the sixty nine year old woman disappeared driving to a wedding in Alberta police think it was an auto accident no foul play is suspected and her son says relief comes with the discovery calling it the best of all outcomes given the sad situation Sanji impresso fox news it chapter two is number one at the box office Warner brothers says the horror sequel earned an estimated ninety one million dollars from north American ticket sales in its first weekend the first it debuted to a record one hundred twenty three million.

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