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"aleida" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Already have start saving here. It is called a 33 34 Bible. That's a 33 34 Bible 833 34 Bible Hurricane Aleida formed on Monday afternoon and continues to strengthen as the Category two hurricane. It's the first organized tropical system since Douglas impacted Hawaii. Almost two weeks ago, Aleta was located about 275 miles southwest of the southern tip of Baja California, Mexico and was packing maximum sustained winds of 100 miles per hour. Aleida originated as a tropical depression and then strengthened to a tropical storm early on Sunday morning with maximum sustained winds. Of 40 miles per hour, according to forecasters. The Category two storm is expected to weaken by Wednesday morning. Following closely behind a second feature is likely to develop during the second half of the week. 1/3 potential development is in the Central Pacific Ocean and is slowly tracking westward and approaching the Central Pacific this week. The next storm. Names on the list for the East Pacific hurricane season are Fausto and Genevieve. This's USA Radio News. Now you can fly anywhere in the world and paid discount prices on your airline Tickets. Book A flight today Toe London, Paris, Madrid or anywhere else you want to go and pay a lot less guarantee. Call the International Travel Department right now at low cost Airlines 800 to 1551 Or 1 800 to 1551 For one, that's 800 to 15 51 41. Russia is cutting steps in order to get a Corona virus vaccine out early. He was a radio networks. Chris Barnes has more Russian Health Ministry officials are authorizing.
"aleida" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Have. Start saving here. It is called a 33 34 Bible. That's a 33 34 Bible 833 34 Bible Hurricane Aleida formed on Monday afternoon and continues to strengthen as a Category two hurricane. It's the first organized tropical system since Douglas impacted Hawaii. Almost two weeks ago, Aleida was located about 275 miles southwest of the southern tip of Baja California, Mexico. I was packing maximum sustained winds of 100 miles per hour. Aleida originated as a tropical depression and then strengthened to a tropical storm early on Sunday morning, with maximum sustained winds of 40 miles per hour. According to forecasters. The Category two storm is expected to weaken by Wednesday morning following closely behind A second feature is likely to develop during the second half of the week. Ah third potential development is in the Central Pacific Ocean and is slowly tracking westward and approaching the Central Pacific this week. The next storm names on the list for the East Pacific hurricane season are Fausto and Genevieve. This's USA Radio News. Now you can fly anywhere in the world and paid discount prices on your airline Tickets. Book of light today. Toe London terrorists, Madrid or anywhere else you want to go and pay a lot less guaranteed. Call the International Travel Department right now at low Cost Airlines 800 to 155141.
"Michael Dip Aleida was born in Philadelphia Pennsylvania on December eighteen, nineteen seventy. But the parents struggled with drug addiction, which led to mock obeying raised by his grandparents. MARKLE developed his own substance abuse problems during early adolescence, and at the age of fifteen, he was admitted to a Rehab facility. Following his release, he maintained sobriety for five and a half years, and worked as not cancel at the same treatment sent out where he drew saved hell. He relapsed in his early twenties and spent the next few years in and dad of Rahab and began dealing crack cocaine. Michael eventually relocated to Florida and began working as a telemarketer for several different companies. His job involved cold, calling potential investors to sell gold coins and foreign currency. And Natural Sows Ben Michael thrived in this line of work at one point earning around two hundred thousand dollars in an eighteen month period. However the siles worse game in which the telemarketing companies would keeping clients investment money. When this games inevitably fell apart, Michael set up a cold cooling scheme of his own. Into thousand two, he was arrested and delighted, convicted of unlicensed tele-marketing communications, fraud and grand theft, and was sentenced to two years prison. He was released in two thousand five with an extended probationary period of twenty years, and ordered to pay a total of two hundred and nineteen thousand dollars in restitution to his victims. A payment schedule was set up in which Michael would contribute monthly installments over the course of his twenty eight year probation. He was also required to report to his parole officer once a month to provide details regarding where he was living who he was living with what car he was driving and how much income he made. His home and vehicle could be searched without prior warning at any time, and he was forbidden from leaving. Palm Beach County in southeast, Florida with the AD obtaining prior approval from the parole office. Upon, his release from prison, markle moved in with these. Go Friend Maria. He immediately started using drugs again, which prompted Maria to end their relationship? Determined to get so about once, and for all markle stopped using and begin attending support meetings and canceling. He secured a job at an online marketing company and reconciled with Maria, and the two were married in July of two thousand seven. Afraid of ever returning to prison Michael cooperated with these parole conditions and maintained his sobriety. He developed a stable retain starting h morning with the Noli Session at the gym before heading off to work. In late, two, thousand seven, he started his own online marketing company. Mad Media, which solved I'd bananas and search engine optimization services to help clients direct more traffic to their websites. The company's initial success was hindered by the global financial crisis of Thursday night, not mad media to end a decent profit regardless and avoided markle comfortable lifestyle that catered to his expensive tastes. By October of two thousand eight, he's marriage had started crumbling. Maria was out of town when Kobe introduced him to Eros Dot Com a website that advertised sex work services. As detailed in the book poison candy by Elizabeth. Parker! Michael contact a sex work I need Dali, Muhammad and to the to organized to meet that evening. Markle was immediately attracted to up. Who was the daughter of Peruvian and digestion parents? She was born in New York, but raised in Boynton beach along with her younger brother and sister. The parents had divorced when she was seventeen. The which she lost contact with her father, but maintained a close relationship with her mother, two siblings and her mother's extended family. At the age of nineteen, Dali started sex work and spent several years running message policy in south Florida and California. She was also a law since Thrilla Stygian and worked part time as a real taw. Markle and Dahlia had a common and instantly hit it off.
"aleida" Discussed on NASACast Audio
"You actually probably wouldn't if you could magically survive in a vacuum you might not feel the heat from the material surrounding you as much as you would just feel the heat from the radiation of the Sun so the front of you would be really hot in the back of would be really cold because even though we have all that material in space next to the sun surrounding the Sun. It's not very dense. Are Star is not a burning ball of fire. It's plasma a soupy mixture of electrically charged gases mostly hydrogen and helium. The Sun is made of ninety percent. Plasma it's unique makeup means that the laws of gravity. The forced weeks most on earth is only one of the forces driving how particles love so all that class moves around unlike anything we have normally experienced on Earth Sun is an active star. It releases a constant stream of that solar material. The plasma in all directions at all times are stars. Activity creates what we call space weather. Space weather is the term that we use to define all of the dynamic activity. The Sun's activity makes its way through space and then impacts the earth system. Nasa cares a lot about understanding space weather because it can be very disruptive it can trigger power outages and disrupt GPS SIGNALS. It can also affect astronauts and spacecraft in space. It also can change in a really large way really suddenly so you can have several days of just kind of background low level variation in the space weather activity and then suddenly they'll be a huge eruption on the surface of the sun and then that can within a matter of minutes. 'cause all kinds of interference here at Earth just from the radiation from the Sun The Sun impacts us here on earth and it's also a laboratory for understanding the stars far beyond our solar system scientists. Nikki Aleida or working to unravel the mysteries of our star there. A couple of mysteries. We've known about the well over a hundred years. The Corona this hazy atmosphere it's hotter than the surface of the Sun by about three hundred times and that doesn't make sense we call it the coronal heating mystery. What is it? That's happening this actually.
"aleida" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"From now is the best course of action on everything. This is just before you can't vote for the movie becomes yet, Reina, essentially. Okay. Yeah. I don't play. No, Lance, get noise. I don't care. I didn't care before. It was unin care was there. And I don't care. It's I don't check rotten tomatoes. I'll be honest chick it after I see a movie to see just a general scheme, some reviews people think of this Yang. I was big on a back in the day. And it wasn't and again, the percentage figure like that's not supposed to look at you supposed to look at the end of you, click the reviews and go. Oh, that's that's that's a bad. It's pretty good. And I do think it is interesting to say say the audience because the one of the month of the moment Aleida battling has very high audience go, but like a sixty percent critics yet. Right. I do find that interesting that this movie is. Nine more more popular than you know, it didn't I guess it's doing financially and also did year run on you thoughts. The thought is doing around China. But then you end signed with like the last Jedi. It's like at about fifty percent. But it's got very high reviews. I'd I do think I find that interesting. But that's that's not going away. But I don't care like clearly this was being bombarded Kip dropping and dropping and dropping and dropping and people talking about making a cancer, and that's just one figure on. Yes. So it's just zero percent want to say it or what it goes down the twentieth. What does that matter jobs remain, a doesn't matter? I don't care if the general public don't want to say a move forward to. Why would I care? That's it. So looking because it's been talking about a more next week after captain mob will comes out, but there's a lot of like, you know, Brett Larson should shut up at political etcetera etcetera. But if you look at the you Micropolis assign Chris Evans is the sign. Yep. And that there is an to be fair don't diamond talked about that as much. A press conferences, but they vary vocal about their political stance. Going. I'm not going to see. Yeah. So near okay, I'm not going to say the vengeance. Because of yet. And also, they're not just voting outs. They don't like, hey, if you've got anything to say about you're going to need to say about your movie, and they're like, I think you should frail the refugees. That's not how it's going. It's the journalist asking them questions on. I imagine. There's a lot of people asking parade loss and loaded questions, and she can't be like, you know, what no comment. Oh, she called me. Like, I don't care about women in film, or whatever she's digging Oscar about women and film. She's going to give an opinion about women in film. And then people are going to get upset by that all happy you'll have again where people around look man shit is exhausting. This isn't it? And I just especially if you had a big weekend with the boys night. My my voice. Right. Okay. In other news. Sorry. I've written in other bed. News Mason is like I'm going to read this out to you. And then you're gotta tell me what property you think? It is. This is a little game. Like whole thing. I just might up to throw him under the bus. This is from Mattel's head of film that we're all be Brenna Mattel. Okay. So it's a toy brand direct. Okay. MGM pitches has tremendous expertise and a proven track record MGM JAMES BOND junior. Yes, it's the JAMES BOND junior action figure going toil in the style of the LEGO movie. It's just JAMES BOND junior action figures just those four action figures. Yep. Back on the big screen von junior..
"aleida" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"I do get invested in what I'm doing because I do off had cosmetic before that has had named peas not in front of them. Right. The we decide so. So let's just stop this nonsense. Whoever told you that is absolutely ridiculous. You ought to care so much that you are emotionally invested in that doesn't mean becoming a wreck on the job. And that's what we're talking about. But you just talked about basically what I heard you describe is that you love leading people you of investing in people in my right? Did I hear that? Yes. Okay. Now. Listen, I thought how in the world Emily, are you going to lead people? How are you going to invest in people? If you aren't emotionally connected to those people the answer is you're not going to be able to do it effectively. You're nothing more than a positional leader, but leaders who care so much about their team and care so much about the individual that they would be down and have a rough day when that person has a rough day that's not an unstable emotional eater. That's a leader who's leading with their heart. So that is a bunch of foolishness. You know, exactly what you want to do. And you need to go that way. Let me tell you something else. I've said this on the show. I'm gonna say it here. I've never shared this on Dave show. If you're why doesn't make you cry. It's not your y. You listen to that poke cost of yours, actually, listen, you ought to be. Yeah. Because you've got to be so grateful that you get to do this work this work when it actually happens, and you see the results. It's gotta be so awesome for you that you get a little emotional like, I can't believe I get to do this. And and when you see a person that you develop the chew train that you hire you promote and you see them win. Shouldn't it make your heart quiver a little bit, Emily? Yeah. It should. Absolutely. Should I hear the emotion in you right now? The idea of doing that work am I right? Well, I I have a when I was a later in in retail actually had a team member of mine promoted to Aleida ship role in on it was I was like boosting with pride. Of course, you are. So here's the deal. So guess what? The banking industry is not for you today is the beginning of you getting out of banking now, I want you to do it. The smart way to be really really smart. You think you got Dave Ramsey in your ear? That's what I want to think it and how a Dave had exit this situation. We want to be smart, but you began looking today for opportunities to get back into leadership into management. You've got a great track record. You've got a strong resume. You've got the heart. And there are plenty of places that need Emily's to come in and being a leadership position in. Here's what I like about this. This is not industry. Specific. Now, if you have an industry that you're connected to then I'm fine with that. But the reality is, Emily, here's what we know. You want to lead and develop and train people to be the best that they can be professionally. So that they can be the best. They can be personally. And there's a financial connection when you help people win in the workplace they win financially. And when they win financially get out of debt all the things that you want to do in banking. You can do in leadership. This is so exciting folks, there's a lot of Emily's out there who for whatever reason you're in one industry, and you're one one role, and you feel like there's no connection anymore, and I have lost. I have no idea where to go all Emily. And I did was have a conversation. All I did was asking only what makes her heart come alive, and you heard the change he believes that some goofball told her that she was to emotion connected lead people. Are you kidding me? I only want to. Have people that are mostly connected lead. Folks, your heart will tell you what it is that you're supposed to be doing. This has been the career our on the Dave Ramsey show on a thank our producer James Childs in our associate producer, Kelly, Daniel, and you America, thank you for listening. This is the Dave Ramsey show.
"aleida" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show
"A big time flaw in Apple's. Facetime software allows users to east drop on others while coastal ringing, the bug works by simply dialing another user then swiping up and inserting originating number via the ad person screen before it is answered FaceTime. Apparently is thus tricked into believing that a group FaceTime conference. Call is occurring. Transmitting audio from the recipients device weather, not they have accepted or rejected the call this very serious security issues compounded by another if the recipient hits Pol volume button to ignore. The core. The device was not sending out audio video from its front facing camera again without any visual notification, the issue is even more serious with MAC computers by default the MAC rings for longer than a phone. So it can act as a. Doug for an even longer duration. Apple is a way of this issue, and they have identify fix that will be released an a few days to fix the problem. However, seeing as it appears as though any FaceTime us with a device that supports group FaceTime. That's I a- Wes twelve point one. And with MAC, always Mojave ten point one four point one Aleida could potentially be streaming audio video to anyone without the knowledge and the steps required to do. This both trivial and currently making the rounds on the internet. Everyone should absolutely disabled FaceTime until apple gets around to fixing this on an Iowa device. Simply navigate to the settings application and switched the toggle on the FaceTime icon to gray on a MAC open the FaceTime app, then click FaceTime in the menu and select turn off FaceTime..
"aleida" Discussed on No Ego
"As listen to how you talk about the language you use to describe your business. And if there's a healthier metaphor work to pick that. Yes differently that because that was really a big change for me. And I and I look back now, and I see how the business and who I was as Aleida really started to develop in the direction that I wanted and then. Honi things like coming now to launch a New York and. Drains. And and we're going to talk about your Johnson, just a minute. And I talk about leaders like a big role for us for others as neutralizing normalizing and and getting rid of the drama. So when people come to me and say, I got three projects dumped on me. I won't leaders. I move to just translate into no drama. Oh, so you have three new projects. And so if people are listening to metaphors, they use my businesses, my baby, it could just be my business, and then we could back away, and it could be a business. I am leading currently and the more you can neutralize that. Because your language tells you what store you're operating out of. And if you're in story, you're not operating authentically revolved, and you're making decisions based on your filter in your story, and your fears not based on just what reality is will one of my favorite things changes in language that I've made recently that I heard from a friend was changing from a hefty to I get to. So it's like, a great example. I have. To go to the gym this morning as opposed to I get to go to the gym this morning, just change. And so now every time there's anything that. I'm I find you know, that's like a bit of a struggle. I don't really want to do if I I moved that have to do to get to suddenly I see that. I have opportunities. You know, it's an opportunity for me to go and be able to go inside for the for the to the gym. For example. Behold, I get good energy rather than these whole walk a have to do it. I don't want to do it. The mon- sit change moves you from victim to countable. And if that move gets harder you find it hard to move from. I have to get to you might be putting your energy in a place that spirit depleting rather than spirit building because it's like clean up the language. And if you find you get stuck on cleaning up the language, look, whether you're involved in things are energy building energy depleting. So in.
"aleida" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In tennessee last week federal judge aleida trog or ruled that a law allowing drivers licenses to be revoked as a result of unpaid court costs was unconstitutional and violated due process and equal protection clauses of the fourteenth amendment which by the way turns a hundred and fifty years old today now here's the thing states nationwide have similar laws on the books across the country court both state and local impose fines as a punishment for an offense and increasingly since the nineteen eighty s state and local governments have also imposed fees on top of those fines principally as a way of funding a central government services everything from court to police the fire departments that's lisa foster who's the co director of the fines and fees justice center and advocacy group working against that's right fines and fees and the justice system more from her in a bit but right now we're going to bring dave boucher investigative reporter with the tennessean dave thanks for joining us thank you very much for having me i've i've looked at fees and fines in the criminal justice system or broadly across the united states i'm wondering if you could give us a sense in tennessee what the fees and fines look like for folks with these low level offenses it almost seems like a criminalization of the poor sure and there are the the amount of the fi in the fine can can vary drastically we've been getting slammed with calls since this ruling came out for people to find out if they're eligible and we've kind of talked to them a little bit about some of the fines are facing and some of them are are very low there one hundred fifty dollars two hundred dollars some people have fines of more than ten thousand dollars from different offenses in different counties they can go up and escalate as you don't pay those fines the reinstatement fee that is in place can also vary wildly if.
"aleida" Discussed on The Takeaway
"In tennessee last week federal judge aleida trog a ruled that a law allowing drivers licenses to be revoked as a result of unpaid court costs was unconstitutional and violated due process and equal protection clauses of the fourteenth amendment which by the way turns one hundred and fifty years old today now here's the thing states nationwide have similar laws on the books across the country court both state and local impose fines as a punishment for an offense and increasingly since the nineteen eighties state and local governments have also imposed fees on top of those fines principally a way of funding essential government services everything from court to police the fire departments that's lisa foster who's the co director of the fines and fees justice center and advocacy group working against that's right fines and fees and the justice system more from her in a bit but right now we're going to bring in dave boucher investigative reporter with the tennessean dave thanks for joining us thank you very much for having i've i've looked at fees and fines in the criminal justice system or broadly across the united states i'm wondering if you could give us a sense in tennessee what the fees and fines look like for folks with these low level offenses it almost seems like a criminal ization of the poor sure and there are the amount of the fi in the fine can can vary drastically we've been getting slammed with calls since this ruling came out for people to find out if eligible and we've talked to them a little bit about some of the fines are facing some of them are are very low there one hundred fifty dollars two hundred dollars some people have fines of more than ten thousand dollars from different offenses in different counties that can go up and escalate as you don't pay those fines the reinstatement fee that is in place can also vary wildly if.
"aleida" Discussed on Worldly
"Eight protrump tshirt met with trump for about twenty minutes according to italian media and he's tweeted out as early as december 2016 he was hardcore protrump he tweeted out in december fourth 2016 viva trump viva putin vive le pen evil aleida so literally all of those groups altogether openly he's been hardcore protrump and we go back to talking about the antimuslim kind of anti immigrant sentiment so two days after trump issued the travel ban right when he came into office in 2017 that in its initial integration banned refugees and immigrants from seven mostly muslimmajority countries so two days after that salvini tweeted out what potus is doing on the other side of the ocean i'd like it done in italy an invasion is underway it needs to be blocked hashtag trump so there's this kind of ideological consistency across a lot of these parties and fundamentally it's about antimuslim an anti image sentiment but it are there break points there i mean is it fair to say that le pen equal salvini equals trump equals equals equals or are the things break points in there that make one very different from the other it's tricky because that is the core uniting future but lots of different farright parties on both sides of the atlantic have different approaches on more domestic issues they have differing views on the welfare state for instance some of them like the pen are fairly pro maintaining the high levels of social support and spending that their governments have others like trump won a slash the social safety net because that sort of whether ideological coalitions are but that doesn't bear very much on their sources of support right and interestingly despite all these putin connections there's not a lot of good evidence that putin has been able to link catapult one of these parties two leading their country that he's his like meddling in these elections actual lee mattered the thing that does seem to.
"aleida" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"A week which included a home lost to st john's villanova still 23 and to all of the season virginia the new number one team in the country michigan state comes in at number two flyers had the night off after a big win last night orange and black went on the road beat the golden knights in vegas forty one sean couturiere was huge in the victory a goal to assists and he says they just found a way the probably played us most mauresom by nearly kept us in that game and if you're lucky bounce to kinda get going a little bit but we found a way to win and that's all that matters fliers have now won four in a row when they had and they sit in third place in the metropolitan division with sixty five points orange and black will return to action tomorrow night when they host new jersey eagles now in the market for a new offensive coordinator frank reich is moved on to become the head coach of the colts rake the second eagles assistant to leave quarterbacks coach john d for lippo now in minnesota as the new offensive coordinator for the vikings and there is a report out there that the eagles are set to promote assistant quarterbacks coach press taylor to replace deep aleppo and spring training just about here for the phillies first pitchers in catchers worked out down in clearwater set for wednesday that sport some met leon kyw news radio thanks who gets your things if he made more than one well i mean he feldman who are the special people in organizations making the delaware valley the best it can be on kyw sense when at least the national homicide justice alliance is a grassroots organization poor survivors leaders mobitel johnson hurrell aleida garcia and lisa espinoza were all mothers who have survived losing a son to gun ballots in philadelphia we have come together to help in assists other families that will recede that news to lead them and guide them on what steps they need to do to be empowered to help and to help solve the case finding answers while breathing is not easy but they are here to help others he'll.
"aleida" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"To our history glance right they they've always said heavy is the head that wears the crowd i'll tell you something for this we really don't know the half of it this year marks the sixty fifth anniversary of queen elizabeth's coronation and in the documentary about the events he talks about her crown the real one wing nearly two and a half pounds the gold silver and platinum frame is decorated with nearly three thousand diamonds and more than two hundred parole sapphires emeralds and rubies unwieldy and yukon looked down to read the speech you have to take the speech out because if you date jonet could break alleged for all of the queen also reveals that our golden horsedrawn coach is very uncomfortable larry miller cbs news london really not after you hear the tail of montana hills are rapper whose repertoire includes a little bit bitty called sell drugs play your part of it can trust me anyway mills legally known as mikel per sold present a federal courtroom in rhode island this week he was sentenced to three years for you guested cylinder odds over a fourmonth period mind you fat knowing heroin among the items on he's been he's also awaiting sentencing in central pennsylvania were a loving county jury convicted him on guards drug jeff they why wdov on who are the special people in organizations making the delaware valley the best it can be on kyw antoinette infinitely the national homicide justice alliance is a grassroots organization poor survivors leaders movie to johnson hurrell aleida garcia and lisa espinoza are all mothers who have survived losing the son to gun violence in philadelphia we have come together to help in assists other families that will receive that news to lead them and guide them on what.
"aleida" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"The game he was taken to a local hospital for an evaluation and was expected to be released following that evaluation of further information was made available irving was at the game for the sixers pregame bell ringing ceremony a local organization that depends on volunteers to drop all food at the homes of people in need is struggling during this cold winter season killed at least a dust kuznits reports wrench on bennet assistant executive director for aid for france has inclement weather makes it difficult for the organization to help the people who depend on their services snow and ice it keeps the people the volunteers away each week volunteers drop our food to a person in need and win the volunteers can't make it they are without food done until we make the delivery fumbatha said there's a huge need in philadelphia and the surrounding suburbs we are serving a bear 1800 people on a regular basis volunteers will fill a clients freezer for a week and then sit and chat for a little bit sometimes the companionship is much more important tumbatu says throughout the year and especially during this type of weather there's always a need for volunteers as people get older our volunteers queued older as well in northeast philadelphia hadas kuznits kyw newsradio who are the special people in organizations making the delaware valley the best it can be on kyw antoinette leaf the national house side justice alliance is a grassroots organization poor survivors leaders movie to johnson hurrell aleida garcia and lisa espinoza are all mothers who have survived losing a son to gun ballots in philadelphia we have come together to help in assists other families that will receive you news.
"aleida" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Hundred twenty thousand fseries trucks it continues to be the most popular pickup truck in the country year after year no surprise then that this recall will affect a lot of people ford is informing owners of one point three million f one fifty pickup trucks and other similar vehicles from 2015 sixteen and seventeen that they have to bring the trucks into a dealer repair shop soon there's a problem with the door latch that can allow the door to suddenly swing open while the truckers emotion the same latch may also prevented driver from opening the door i'm steve cast in bell let's see what's happening today in hollywood though diana ross has won seven american music awards in her career and next month she's returning to the a amazed for the big e ross is set to receive the american music award for lifetime achievement and perform on the broadcast when the a amazed take place november 19th in los angeles hain brown is making a name for himself the singersongwriter is the first artist ever to top all five of billboards main country music charts what if his duet with lauren aleida is responsible for three of those number one hollywood is good rv weinstein launched kevin smits career with clerks and now the filmmaker is trying to come to terms with the sexual harassment and assault scandals surrounding the producer on his podcast this week smith vowed to donate all future residuals from his weinstein movies to women in film which advocates for gender parity in hollywood if the.
"aleida" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Amazed take place november 19th in los angeles pain brown is making a name for himself the singersongwriter is the first artist ever to top all five of billboards main country music charts what if say his duet with lauren aleida is responsible for three of those number one hollywood is good harvey weinstein launched kevin smith's career with clerks and now the filmmaker is trying to come to terms with the sexual harassment and assault scandal surrounding the producer on his podcast this week smith vowed to donate all future residuals from his weinstein movies to women in film which advocates for gender parity in hollywood if the weinstein company shuts down and the residuals stopped coming he says he'll give the group two thousand dollars a month for the rest of his life in hollywood i'm david daniel a twenty one year old man wanted for probation violations in suburban detroit turned himself in with doughnuts in hand corresponded tj katini has the story michael sadel sweet surrender was born on facebook where he promised to turn himself in with a dozen doughnuts for police in the post about him on the department's web page which shared one thousand times the final number was four times that cops like dogs whatever by me i thought i bring up some for the the inconvenience the dollar suggests it was joe sadel wasn't able to suites off the judge however is serious free szeto was sentenced to thirty nine days in jail for violating.
"aleida" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And he planes that the loss of us manufacturing jobs he says there have been pushed south to mexico weather at cape aleida costs because of nafta now to redress that he wants to see a new rule that would feet more cards and more car parts made in the us itself rather than just across the not desired as the hull which is what the current trade deal allows for the other problem he has with nafta is the us trade deficit with mexico the us buys more for mexico than it fails to it to the tune of sixty four a billion dollars now the president of the us chamber of commerce thomas donahue says mr trump has put undue emphasis on that fact and attempting to rebalance that trade deficit would be impossible without crippling the economy mexican business grapes have also criticized mr trump by this they have told the government to simply walk away from demands that can't be mess so it does that sound as though there are going to be some prebid disagreements at these talks that start in washington again today sunni won't to follow as washington wakes up in the next few hours i spoke about the japanese steelmakers kobe steel at shares in the company down because of a scandal over safety what's going on that yeah so this is japan's third biggest steel mecca eat revealed at the weekend that it had both the five data to show that its aluminium and copper products had met customer specifications now kirby still has said today that as well as that data on the quality of its iin all products may also have been falsified that sent shockwaves through companies like toyota honda mitsubishi she and nison then are rushing to check their products are safe given that i bought basile shares in kobe steel had plunged seventeen percent already today adequately we've been talking about fast food outlets and a bcci unused data today is business story about mcdonald's testing a vegan burke i'm just looking at some pictures yes sir we got all these trialing this animal free bagga in some of its restaurants in finland the trial opened a week ago and who go through till late november why finland you might ask while finland meet meat consumption is much lower than that in the us and some other countries in year at this is the latest sign that veganism is becoming more mainstream.
"aleida" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"This is flash point and we hear i kyw are all about community and this week it is all about the national homicide justice alliance the philadelphia chapter and a half with me in the kyw studios moawiya johnson hurrell aleida garcia and lisa espino so the leader at this innovation thank you so much ladies for being here thank you for having us youthrelated are mothers and you're all linked together by what each one of us lost a child to homicide we decided to come together and unite as mothers in to make a difference in philadelphia movie to tell me your story about your loss and we'll go down the lines of people can kinda get an idea the pass it behind this move delays down delaware county my son had gone up to germantown only january twelve to pick up a sister just make sure this she was safe and to boys put four bullets and my son thinking keep someone else and so our later i actually met you when you and your ex husband were out fighting to find the person who murdered guts on alex night january twenty four two thousand fifteen on a handroll was murdered while he was driving his car someone had an illegal weapon he shot fourteen bullets into the side of the vehicle and killed him as a lethal out our listeners your story my son raymond jose parental how was made on april ten two thousand sixteen at beyond allegheny his he actually went to help a friend who was jumped by seven people and somebody just walked up to him and shot him one bullet took his life we have come together to help innocent other families that will receive that news to lead them and guide them into the system on what steps they need to do to be empowered to help and to help solve the case or get a resolution to the case as a way you ladies have become in a sense is like private investigators the monthlong another give me a laundry list beside being investigators your own investigators what else where advocates for ourselves and our families a whole experience isn't is horrible going through the grief and at the same time advocating for your loved one that's been killed we also have to learn how to access the homicide unit had access services i'm talking to.