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Judge Limits Footage That Family Can See of Andrew Brown Jr.’s Killing
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the family of a black man who was fatally shot by sheriff's deputies in Elizabeth city North Carolina will only be shown a fraction of body camera footage recorded at the scene the family of amber brown junior who was fatally shot in his car by sheriff's deputies in Elizabeth city North Carolina on April twenty first will be allowed to see less than twenty minutes of the nearly two hours of video of body camera footage that was recorded Superior Court judge Jeffrey foster issued a written ruling setting a ten day time period for thirties to share the footage with brown's family Pasquotank county sheriff Tommy Wooten the second said in a statement Friday his office has agreed with the brown family suggestion to review the video on Tuesday at an earlier hearing district attorney Andrew Womble said body camera video showed brown's car made contact with law enforcement twice as he tried to drive away before shots are heard on the video deputies were serving a drug related search warrant at brown's home hi Mike Rossio
"amber brown" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"Literally live up the street. Danny masters dmz. He's the male or an alpha male or beta male alpha and he graduated from roseman university in two thousand sixteen and that lovely lady next to him is amber masters and she's a j. d. That is a you've got to be an alpha male dentist to marry a lawyer so my god. You're you got more guts than i did. Daniel masters is the owner of greenfield family dentistry in gilbert arizona and he's also a fantastic ukulele player which might two oldest sisters went straight into the nunnery after high school and the oldest one. Mary kay who's like two years older may spin on for longer than i've been a dentist. She's the best ukulele player in the world so she ever comes on my house as you next time she visits me. I'm taking her up the street at gilbert ville. And i'm telling homey dentist that might be able to look her a thing or two on the ukulele. Dr daniel masters is the owner greenfield family dentistry. Gilbert and player amber brown masters. Jd has an attorney and personal finance expert. The masters graduated from dental and law school with a whopping six hundred and fifty thousand dollars in student. Loan debt. That's two thirds of a million dollars together. They paid off over three hundred and fifty thousand kids selling off kids to the orphanage or the adoption agency or we keep it on the down. They paid off three hundred and fifty thousand dollars in the last three and a half years using principles. They've recently incorporated into a free debt. Payoff app called payback. Which is why. I had them on the so. I asked him to come on the show. And not the other way around when they are practicing dentistry or law They're chasing around their ten month old twins and a six year old son. They enjoy road biking mountain biking boating and traveling The reason i brought you on the show is because you know well very well that there is a dental school up the street from you Called at still and those kids come out of school and they're basically four hundred thousand dollars net now. The big association say the average student loan indebtedness is on two hundred seventy nine thousand. And that's what. I call intentionally lying with statistics because they know full well. Twenty percent of those kids are like like their dad was a dentist. I mean when i went to dental school yoon. Kc all the dads were dentists. They picked up the dental school bill. You didn't you didn't have any tuition of your dad was a dentist you had tuition of your dad was a plumber. But but the way. I see this is a little different. I mean i you know i mean when you get outta school four hundred thousand dollars student loans. My divorce was three point. Eight million and my student loans was eighty seven thousand. So if you take. I know i don't know if you noticed when you're doing on your iphone when the numbers get too big if you turn on the side it goes into scientific mode and i have to scientific like upfront. It will only go like when. I put a three million thousand..
"amber brown" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"She showed some spunk. Some some some aggression in that third round and especially in the final few minutes. Nearly got i. You have see finish. And had she had another five ten seconds she would have gotten that finish and she stabs the two fight losing streak so i was kind of going through twitter and people were complaining about the fight and the placement which nobody's fault by the way i mean there were injuries. There were illnesses. There were way cutting mishap so there are a lot of fights that fell off this card. Ashi odors out three and five in the ufc but if you really go back and look at her her her her work and her resume. The record is an indicative of what she's shown overall for ufc debut on super short. I think it was like a week's notice. She fought justin cash albany new york and i thought yoda got big fat. Hose job from the judges. I bet she won that fight pretty handily but the decision went against her. Then she had a really close by with angelil. Botchy lost that one but it was competitive. She goes to a split decision with mackenzie earn another one. That was super close. And that doing my research last night. Ak you scored that one for ashley odor on mma decisions. You're the only the only one. You're the only one but it was really close by ice. Gordon for durham. But it was a really close by and it was like the first time. Mackenzie was really tested. Then she beats. Amanda cooper nother close fight then she thirty twenty fours siri condo and loses a close split decision random marcos and then lost a pretty pretty clear decision to Lavinia sousa so look. I know the fight wasn't great but it was good to see her. Show something in that final round. I think she has a lot of natural ability. I think she's a really great athlete. But she's got to access that darkness a little bit aka. She needs to turn that switch on and be a scarier in there and if she does i think she's gonna find herself in a better spot winning more these decisions so one thing i do know is the. Ufc fighter resigned prior to the sousa fight. They think there's some potential there. I think there's some potential as well but she needs to fight somebody who will help access that aggressive side like angela hill sort of brought that out of her like she punched her in the face a few times like. Oh man i got a i. Guess are throwing punches. Back and start being aggressive. About what a win this. I absolutely in no way shape or form. I do not want to launch her anywhere near the top fifteen especially in this division so someone who will punch her in the face and sort of bring that aggression out of her. So i have two options. One hand ciphers. Yes i know. Hannah has had a very very tough twenty twenty. But let's let hannah takes time. Letter hit the refresh button into twenty twenty. One ciphers will punch her right in the mush. And if yoder's ready for it she could be in for a very long night. So i don't mind that match up at all. I think that's a good step. Especially if the ufc is invested in yoder. And they like. That's a good test for her to see if she'll open up that aggression a little bit. The other is a junior fry. I like fray. I think that's a good match up because an former invicta champ. Jim needs a win. Jin's got great standup. I think we keep yoder sort of in that same spot for this next fight. That's my long winded history and matchmaking idea for the spider monkey what do you think it's kinda tough to match make for her right now. I do not think people here. What's going to become a combined. Ten minutes about ashley this week. But guess what you're getting. It is on the main card. She got to win. He deserves it. Not not always look. I'll an extended yoder chatty even further not always the most exciting fights. Okay fine. But i think she's a grinder in like the best and that the nice end up like most positive way She again looks at thrown right into the fire Five fights enter career thrown into the diverse and one invicta light where amber brown is very good by the way and then yet again some crazy dance which you listed so i look at her last her last five fights three and two reckoner last five fights if you want cast a little bit of a more positive light because i do feel that you can split it between those two areas for her right now her first which of course were tough and losses and then her last live stream to not not terrible. I thirty twenty four as you mentioned in in You'll see we'll start with history and then almost twenty seven twenty six unfortunately corrected yesterday She did not get twenty six because that made no sense but it was announced on the broadcast originally. So yeah i like those had ciphers has to be released though right. I mean if she's gonna seasoning cannot be back in the regional scene. Can you know. can she not get some. I think she's still around man. I don't i don't think she i know she has not been officially released. But i assume we can't tell. This poor woman octagon again. It's she's blessed last four fights. I don't know. I don't put her in there with like these wild and crazy crazy submission. Artists like don't be putting their in mackenzie dern gera- put her in there. They actually yoder. That's that's okay. I like frye actually. Hadn't really thought of without some reason. But i i'll go with another maybe not the most exciting match up. But i like. I think mizuki would be a good test mizuki inoue She's i had just have a little bit higher in the rankings. I think it's a match up. It would probably be more. Well you know look missoula coming off a loss yours. Coming off a win so mizuki it'd probably be pretty heavily favored in that matchup but if we're going to somebody's coming off loss coming off a win. I think you do a lot worse than that. And like we said if yoder can tap into just a little different side of her who knows who knows. You might be able to win that fight. And that'd be a big statement if he sees me if she could beat Someone is experienced mizuki. That'd be huge so a lot of good options for iota. I think that once you anyone outside the top twenty pretty options and good for her good for for scrape out. That went on the main card you know. She's just a nice person that's like hard for. She's got like i mean she's got like natural ability and she goes off of that and she knows that she's still kind of green in the sport and she's like she said on the post by learning on the job as with each of these fights but eventually you just got a you know you just got to open that up so you shot like when she gets angry and she gets fired up she can fight a little bit. I mean she could definitely fight but just accessing that side. It seems to be your biggest problem but we'll see what happens there as we move ahead to a man that was out of the sport for two years plus after a gnarly motorcycle accident and in a two week stretch. He has two victories including a second round. Finish a brennan on saturday. Which super impressive. Sean strickland this man is on a roll looking better than ever is up away class. This one was like up a weight class and a half and one hundred ninety five pounds but brennan is is no joke man. I had them probably ranked like sixteen or seventeen. He had won eight in a row. He finished this is a guy who finished put away. Kevin holland a little over a year ago in boston. And now holland's are going to go five hundred twenty s about two main event.
"amber brown" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels
"QBC is storytelling. That's what it is. It is bringing awesome products to great people who want options and opportunities. That's really what it's all about and the single handedly part I really cringe because. It's never singlehandedly right? It's not it's a team I am. It's not my company. It's not my brand I don't pretend that I'm the only one that did it. The single handedly side is just i. Am the Representative I am the expert I? AM The strategist that works with the company that you see on air so I'm the person on the personality that people respond to, and then I'm able to kind of educate them and get them excited about our products, which is an eyewear company and. And it's all super high quality and really affordable, which is great, because that's what people want right, and so it's we've been recognized as the fastest growing brand in the entire network across categories for twenty nineteen, which is amazing and immense and I just I don't even know what to say about it, because I'm so excited about it, so wizard overlap crossover between your work with spotlight on giving and connecting celebs, and then this opportunity with QBC to work for Jamie Fox not this particular celebrity. Though Jamie, Fox does a ton for nonprofits. He's an amazing person. He really is as our other partners for sure with this particular physician came from my strategy side. Fascinating. Yes, so I i WanNa know what was the challenge is it feels like what you're laying out here feels. Effortless by..
"amber brown" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels
"Are that I don't have anything to learn? That would be the opposite. And so I created the set and I started. This is important because I started with Broadway because Broadway was my comfort zone had so many friends in Broadway that I knew they would maintain the integrity of what I wanted to accomplish, and to my luck they did or to my credit, or whatever to their credit rather they did. They understood what I was trying to do, and so I would bring the Broadway star in to talk about a cause, a specific cause, not an organization I would then bring in representative of the organization that I had. Had matched the celebrity with or they had come in, and said I'd like to work with this particular organization already had a cause in mind. The 'cause always always always comes from the guest. It never comes from me. It's never an outside influence and I had many many people very high level a list. Celebrities say Oh, I WANNA do this because of this project I'm doing I'd say I'm so sorry. That's just not the vein in which were working, but I'm sure there's lots of outlets free to do that, but that's not my. That's not my. My goal here. And as I started interviewing the the Broadway stars word got out. People started referring other people. And I also was able to tap into my Hollywood. Connections and because I think this is really really important. Because the integrity was intact, I did not have an ulterior motive. My motive is and always has been to help the cause and the specific nonprofit organization that is doing incredible work and I did my due diligence. Let me tell you friend I researched the heck out of these nonprofits I would go and volunteer undercover, so I could. I would know exactly how they related to their volunteers I. Mean I really did the work. And I think people were able to sense that and they appreciated it and I've said it's my purpose to help everyone either figure out what their cause is more importantly. Give them an outlet to which they.
"amber brown" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast
"Clarity. So when you when you do that you put this light underneath it. And it doesn't read it. Looks Orange You? Yours is classes what classes. Yeah so when did? When was this brute I mean? Do you put dates on your things about two months ago. I guess oh about two months ago so but does that matter for Irish reds. That's my question is you know takes about twenty two days time. You've ruined packaging. So apparently Irish red is just a name for style. That is a reddish amber brown or a reddish amber or brown that has its roots in. Ireland. And they don't actually call our shred out there they just call it. Red Ale It's been around for quite some time as we'll find out with some of the beers that we're hopefully going to sample and in. Wexford County in Ireland. That's a very Hot Spot for brewing beer and they used to call it. Rubio so you know. I think the Ruby nece is not in this crimson clover. So let's festival of all go to Lingo because link got this may be right up your avenue because you're not a man who likes the hoppy beers but you know at the multi that they do and this one It's it's not real multi. It's very very smooth. It's got a delightful mouth feel and it's not you have a little little bit bitterness in it but it's not it's appropriate. Yeah exactly I love how how smooth it is how it's not overly heavy. Some of the reds seem to they. I don't know what they're going for but sometimes the taste is a little too much for red. In my opinion this is really nice. It's very smooth. Wow got that one pretty quick I did. I took one SIP it. I had to go back for another little. Swirl people can drink and then we'll get.
"amber brown" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"It has nothing to the politics will be about something that doesn't matter at all yeah and everyone's very opinionated we already know that we love each other so doesn't it never turns into thing too much we don't talk about politics who just growing up that was the way that it was there just certain things we don't we just don't talk about but I will tell you that as we get older my mom is becoming more vocal about family members she likes and doesn't like I will say like did you see that someone so drink of the wine and they didn't bring a bottle you know you're just like my yeah I know that I don't wanna know that about my fate so it's happened and again your relationships change they do my parents tell me things now as an adult that I don't want to know about my family members yeah right now all we've changed and they feel that we can handle it I guess politics has come up every single family get together really matter in my family every time whether I'm going to write down our having in my house one hundred percent positive it'll come up and what will you handle it Jason if you like what's being said you'll contribute I mostly like was being said but when we don't will you let's say someone says let's just assume that maybe you have a mag had on and somebody says something that's against trump would you say something or just like to eat my Turkey I don't mind having vigorous debate I don't I think it's fine it's when it gets to the level where the other person breaks down like a snow flake because of that thinking right you're a snowflake on the other all right and by the way that you can your family the same way a therapist would you establish boundaries and don't be afraid to enforce them now the therapist here says it's okay to let your family now I will not tolerate that I think that that's a very weird conversation I have with me defense right away for you get to them saying that not even to me the generals like I don't know you're not coming into my home and telling me what we would you know exactly but what you can do is establish them before use you put yourself in a situation and you say look when this happens I'm not I don't want to engage I don't want to deal with this and you then you have to stick to it my mom is very protective of all the kids get to me amber brown on my mama ground but she'll do still do preemptive strikes in a nice way I'll ever one time is he my brother had just moved here from Arizona huh any have the sunglasses what are you glasses prescription glasses okay we went to the sun all were shaded I know the kind at looks like the benefits right joke about my mom my what's with these put out last so she calls me Hey Sunday dinner tell us anything it's about glasses and I go down to the sun normal classes notice on would you stop yeah no you have to show please don't put you promised you know so she does I just by saying that the Izzy Hey don't bring up the jurors lost more hair it went well yeah is that what you would have to say something like that or other thousand other embarrassing things about me she's very protective you know what I can see that as a mother now on the other side he's he said about the glass because when it's if you don't have children I mean I remember we do with just my sisters you say yeah you want because they are your siblings and that's how it goes right but then when you become a mother I see the sensitive side you don't want any of your children to feel bad yeah but it's classes I think on anymore yeah not them away this thanksgiving please don't talk I didn't know exactly black I think you have the money work to your right I was gonna say I think yeah you doing right now that's what really turned around for what everything is changing the text my mom did you talk about that yeah somebody is going to turn into a big deal about it I should say they should not have that so you're not is the your some of the hassles Papa glasses throw them away they looks really expensive as they are and only when you come inside right yeah we're inside of a like classes in the the problem he later Arizona though says so I think it was almost necessary if you had you need sunglasses but if you have prescriptions and you're driving as you need the shady glasses get those ones that flip down over don't do that either yes the bonds that keep me in your car I don't know may need them maybe on the shape of the club I'm pilot hi Katie how long how dare she she's been in our home.
"amber brown" Discussed on V103
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"amber brown" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Inside the huddle and we are excited to welcome to the studio. Nate Fritz, the chef at wolverine brewing company, and Alexis Jorgensen the brew master at wolverine state brewing company. Welcome to the show. Thanks so much. And man, what a what an absolute throw to have both of you here. I've been I've been sampling the food that Nathan bringing for a while. And he every time he brings the beer and you gotta bring your broom master, and you've got to bring a brew master. And so welcome to the show Alexis. Yuck. Your no pro here. Come on, man. We're going to move the mic care, so Alexis tell us little about yourself because you came over just a couple of months ago. Right came over in November from which is hat brewing company, and south line before that, I was at stone brewing in San Diego, and before that, as at beguile bringing in Chicago. Okay. And what is your like all the experiences you've had along the way here? What is that led to you hear wolverine? What is how do you wanna put your signature? What is this legacy that you're creating now is the head room wolverine is have an extreme passion for good beer? And so when I came to well rain, they inspired me because it was an all lager brewery, that, you know, not much experience with Jess loggers. I've only done ails at that point. And so my legacy is taking my past experiences ails, bringing that into the lagers and see how we can always make it better. So I feel like I really brought in a good souring program at this point, and really stepping up the game in our Hayes craze. Situation with our new hazy IPO as much so. Well, obviously, they have a couple of things will ring premium lager, the Google that our signature dishes, my favorite. Of course the massacre. So they've got a couple that are signature ones. And so, you know, is it tough to learn somebody else's recipe and perfect would they already do so, well, it's basically like following a cookbook recipe. So if you know the skill he can execute the recipe and I feel like it's hasn't been too hard and difficult. I didn't Oliver did a really good job of training me to, you know, told me all his tiny little details that he would do throughout the brewing process. So I don't think it's been too hard to adapt to it, but there has been a slight learning curve. What's, what do you think Nate? I mean how she done so far? He's an excellent. It's, it's been fun to have her aboard and, and switch some styles that we've been working on before and, and what she's taken just different. Takeaway, Oliver was doing for the last ten years. So very, very happy. Yeah. It's certainly, I mean, you know, I think it's the is that the Rouch beer that I absolutely love the smoked was that you know that. Okay. Okay. Well, what's the you brought us some here today tells about some of the beers that you brought that I'm gonna try a little bit later on after we're done with work here today? So first one is Hayes much, which is our hazy IP L. It's very cascade in mosaic. And they're all later addition, hop. So it's not a really bitter. I appeal. It's really aromatic and you get a lot of tropical through Barry out of the aroma and you drink. It's got kind of like this. Nice hop sweetness and slight pine resin drinks very well. And I brought you west side we which is actually one of all of his recipes it's been around for a while. It's a good summertime lager. We did change it up a little bit this year. We dropped the IB us and change the hops IB's or what makes your bitter how we measure it. And then we added a bunch of fresh orange peel zest by my husband and I and then next. We have a new style to us is called a graph in that cider esque, and that's a half lager half hard cider. Okay. So it's also gluten reduced, and they really wanted to start appealing to the non beer drinkers that come into our taproom in China and get them t- to kind of bridge, that gap and has something that's in the middle of a cider beer, and it's really good. It's been very popular in our top room. And the last one is smoking gun, which is a Scottish smoked lager. Alley here. This is this is what I want to try as soon as we're done with this show, going to go get a couple of cups, pass it around here, I go ahead and describe it. But I mean this is just sounds, so my alleys recipe designed by one of our brewers Rick. He's scottish. And this was his favorite Homebrew recipe and we brought it in two thousand fifteen last time we brute it and he asked me if he could be hurt. Again is absolutely. So it's a subtle smokiness on. It's really good drinks very well. It's almost like a amber Brown with a tinge of smoke. So it's really good. Why can't wait to try that one Alexis? How do you. I mean, are you or a Matt? Or is it a team that names the beers because I was thinking naming beers, as part of the most interesting, one of those things that you guys do. Sometimes it's a team effort. Most of the time I name 'em like as much is kind of a play from the office. I wouldn't know anything about that. But he's never seen it. There's an office when the is out there. Yeah. So Jack is vindicated yet again. It's kind of my friends, and I always say like when you trip when you're walking. Oh, walk much. And so Hayes much came as much. And then we actually have a Goza coming out, so kettle sour slightly salty lager, it's been called the fun cooker. Okay. You know fun on your taste buds. So, yeah, it's it's team ever. Cider was a team effort. Yes. Actually naming the beer can kinda stressful. Can I I've wanted to this before my wife and I have talked about it. I'd really love if someone would make a white Russian type of beer. I kind of like the challenge. So if you can make a white Russia, and, and we'll I'll help with the name and maybe we can do something fun with that. But I think that would be an awesome tasting beer was my dad's favorite drink. And so, I think it'd be cool. I don't know if it's possible to do at a lager brewery, but. Let's give it a track for challenge. All right. Love it. Love it. That is Alexis. Jorgensen the brew master at wolverine brewing company Nate, who I like to call the mad genius. And Nate what did you bring for us today here today? I brought one of our new brunch item menu. So we did new brunch item or brunch menu last week. This is probably the biggest seller so far. It's huge. So I probably smaller versions of it. It's the brisket stack house, most house smoked briskets a southern Slaw bacon smoked Gouda and a barbecue. Pork rind on a brioche bun with barbecue sauce, Sundays. We throw a fried egg on it. So that is a huge, huge seller. It is a messy huge sandwiches, delicious. Well, I know that you just had your develops, but he brought four here. So I think you're going to have to try at least one are you? Good with that. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Okay. And we talked about this before one of the things that wolverine state brewing company is doing is on weekends when it's nice outside not gonna grill outside when it's crap. But on weekends you guys are grilling outside. I don't know. I was thinking about this other than like a traditional barbecue place that has the smoker outside. I can't think of a restaurant at least one in downtown in Arbor, all of in Arbor, that I know that takes the goes out on the patio and just grills out there and all the food and just kind of like the atmosphere, that you get enjoy sitting on the patio. Guys extended your patio made a bigger but just like hanging out with the chef as he's grilling the food. I think it's awesome. It's been cool. Kitchen, SAS been fighting over who gets to grow, what every Saturday, just hang out outside, so it's been fun. So this week we're doing. We're doing Saint Louis. Sal ribs smoked ribs. We did broth last week next week we're gonna work on some burgers. Not really sure what else to staff is came up with this week. But is been a.
"amber brown" Discussed on KCRW
"LAKE in the red shoes. Matthew born returns to the Amundsen transforming the classic tale into a wartime romance with a twist of Hollywood glamour that the times of London calls. A dazzling spectacle, performed do a score by Prokofiev. Matthew. Bourne Cinderella is a timeless tale of the power of love performances, begin February fifth tickets at Amundsen theatre dot ORG. From the center for investigative reporting in PR X. This is reveal I'm. Today were telling the story of mountain Jane Doe, a murder victim who is unidentified forty seven years in the fall of two thousand sixteen she finally got her name back. Thanks to a DNA match to her daughter and grandkids. Her name was Sandra K, Blair Adams. She was just twenty one years old when she was murdered the match answered one question for saunas daughter Cairns types, but it opened up many more. Reveals Michael Schiller joins Karen on a trip back to the place for mom's body was found on pine mountain in Kentucky. We're up on little shepherds trail it's on top of a mountain. You can see for miles from up here. Miss swirls through the valley below like a river swallowing. The thick forests of Appalachia. Sandra K was found fifty feet off this one lane dirt and gravel road in nineteen sixty nine. I'm just always wanted to come and see exactly where her body was found, you know to say. Sees a spot. I don't know how to tell you fails Karen has never been to the exact place where they found her mother's body until today. It's an overcast afternoon in October of two thousand sixteen the leaves of mostly turn shades of amber, Brown and red. A hope maybe we can. More this somehow. The identification of Sanjay k Blair Adams was a surprise to some. But not to Karen steps who already knew with every fiber for being the mountain. Jane Doe, was her mother like I had told the corner if it had a came back and said that it wasn't her. I would have never believed it, you know. I mean, not just that. It was hurt. Tailing on now. What's her? You know, how did you know, you can cut this stuff? Yeah. I didn't know we was going there right now. Okay. Cut..
"amber brown" Discussed on Reveal
"We're up on little shepherds trail it's on top of a mountain. You can see for miles from up here. Miss World through the valley below like a river swallowing. The thick forests of Appalachia Sanja K was found fifty feet off this one lane dirt gravel road in nineteen sixty nine. I'm just always wanted to come and see exactly where body was found to say. See the spot. I don't know how to tell you feels Karen has never been to the exact place where they found her mother's body until today. It's an overcast afternoon in October of twenty sixteen the leaves of mostly turn shades of amber, Brown and read a hope be we can. More this somehow. The identification of sauna K Blair Adams was a surprise to some. But not to Karen stikes who already do with every fiber for being that mountain. Jane Doe, was her mother lack had told corner. If it had came back and said that it was I would have never believed. You know, may not just annot that it was her and I kept telling on. No, what's her? You know, how did you know, you can cut this stuff? Yeah. Yeah. I didn't know we was going there. No cut. Turn off the recorder and Karen takes a deep breath. Then she tells me how she knew mountain. Jane Doe was her mom. Karen was a child. Her grandmother told her something so awful. She didn't wanna say it on tape. But she said we could. Her grandmother told her you're going to grow up to be a Horlick your mother, and she ended up naked and stabbed on little shepherd trail that's mountain. Jane Doe was found. Hungry mother to would get upset in any time. You bring anything up about NAMA or so in Alba scared to bring it up Mary Rutherford atoms and her husband, Dallas Cairns grandparents on her father's side. And they adopted her. I was a little over a year old, and my grandparents raised me after mother it went missing it wasn't an easy childhood. Her niece laugh, Karen says that different times throughout her childhood. Her grandma would say, those awful words about her mother in the murder. This was forty years before she was identified through DNA. It raises so many questions if we're grandma knew would happen to Sanja. K why didn't she contact the police did Karen's grandma no more than she was saying about the murder and for grandma new did any. Else you feel like you can't trust anybody? And you don't know, you know, who knows who don't know. And you know, it's it's it's a horrible feel into feel like everybody knows something in. Nobody will tell you. If someone did know something they weren't talking. According to police, no one filed a missing persons report for sons UK in nineteen sixty nine. She disappeared from Letcher county right next to Harlan with her living so close why didn't anyone make the connection? And why didn't anyone in Letcher county reporter missing? Here's the thing about being an identified inter and an empty mountain. Jane? Doe was perfect and jealous, but in reality, sauna ks life was more complicated. We found her divorce papers in the Kentucky state archives that tell part of her story, it's a public record. And a snapshot of turbulent time towards the end of her life. In nineteen sixty seven Suns UK, married. A guy named ROY Adams about a year later ROY went into the army while ROY was in the military Sanju k left him for his brother, James Sanju. Kane James had a baby together. That's Karen about a year later sauna K was murdered was ROY ever a suspect in the crime. I don't I don't know if we can say Roy's of suspect Sanja case ex husband ROY still lives in Letcher county. He wouldn't speak with us. But he did speak with detective Howard from the Kentucky state police. A thank, you know, in any case any murder case for sure any family members that would have been in contact would be looked at and ask questions to rule allows me in the suspect. We filed for Roy's military released paperwork, his DD to fourteen we found out that ROY went to Vietnam a month after the divorce at the time of the murder. He was thousands of miles away. Roy didn't return phone messages and his wife hung up on me. And we never got to speak with his brother, James either..
"amber brown" Discussed on Q95
"Extra money you want to live with the hubcaps. Pat would ring and you wouldn't jump. Have all this wedding talk. We do have a wedding story today. Tell us all about him bridezilla strikes again a bride wrote on Facebook. She might change her bridesmaids I colors to match their dresses. Screen shot of the post reads how over the top is it to buy my blue eyed bridesmaids color, contact all the bride said she feared their blue eyes would clash with their chartreuse dresses. She added I'm offering to let them select any other color, even original amber Brown lake mind chartreuse because I'm not afraid of being overshadowed. Oh, aren't you? So that's. She say, hey, Christine. Here's a big ace bandage to get a dial back those thirty four Bs. Right. I don't know. And your eye color. This isn't a warning sign. The groom. Dr mingle SOS. Yeah. SOS to the groom. I can't wait to get married won't be nice to get married. Josh. He's waited a long I walked up to my house. And there's some lady the like me that opened the door, and I smelled food. And there was a dog. That was pleasant. I'd pass out it'd be so nice. It would be nice. What's the problem? Down on one knee. If I want to get a gauge or if I want to break up o either way. Yeah, we're on pins and needles. I just get down. All of a sudden, we make me the happiest man of the world, and let me out of this debacle. I'm going to switch it up with that one girl, though, you she wanted you to go. Visit her mom member this weekend with your mom, right? Yeah. Remember, there's I'm a problem solver. That's right. She's like, I think we should go vegan. And just spend a lot more time with my mother. I'm like that's cool with me. Let's break up. Thank you wanna get married, but you never get married. This is the most I've never heard a can you put in contact lenses just to call your eyes safely? Oh, yeah. Request man, they have they have contacts with crazy like lightning bolts in all sorts of stuff cats. Thank you have cats. Can you do the ones? Just like, they're just all white. Yes. You can see that. It'd be great looks like some kind of weird sad zombie wedding or financial people.
"amber brown" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"I mean, I. Maybe that was where I was kind of going with it. And that there are a lot of dads. Who are also the expectations are there as well. More and more. Now's not the time for that time for that at some other point and I work hard. It's time for what about me. Time for that. Other things out there. I mean, it seems like we get to this part of the show. It's like this just over half hour left. There's a lot of things we haven't covered yet as you would maybe guess Americans pretty much split on whether or not a compromise should be reached on the shutdown. Yeah. People are dug in I was glad to see this. Because there's finally been some polling done on. What should be done about the government shutdown might not who's not who is to blame on it not whether or not people like the idea of a border wall? But actually who should be the one willing to reach a compromise. And yeah, both sides are very very very very dug in according to this thing from this poll from Pew Research. So they asked the question is the percentage of who would favor or oppose substantially expanding the wall along the US border with Mexico. If the only way to end the government shutdown is to pass a Bill that does not include Trump's requested funding for the border wall. Or who oppose if the only way to end the government shutdown is to pass a Bill that includes the requested funding for the border wall. Okay. So this is what it comes down to if Trump's name is not associated with it. It would be fine. Yeah. That's what a lot of times. It comes down to you. Because Democrats are dug in hard right now. I mean only six percent would favor substantially expanding the border wall. If that was the only way to end the government shutdown. By the way side story about the shutdown. Yeah. They're inmates staging a hunger. Strike. Yeah. Okay. Federal jail in Manhattan, and how many beliefs does people care about. Okay. That be maybe one the hunger. Not really, okay. Yeah. The hunger strike is because they don't they're not having access to their family members. They're not able to have visitation rights right now because of the partial government shutdown. You know, what you could see your family a lot more. If you didn't break the law. Yeah. That's that's where I stand on. Like all of a sudden, what do they think the hunger strike happens? And all of a sudden, they're like, we we we got to reach a deal. Yes. No. That's going to happen. Ann Coulter is going to see that and say, you know, what I'm going to rethink this. Did you hear the story? There's bridezillas stories all the time. About the bride who wants to buy her bridesmaids colored contact lenses. So there is don't clash with their dresses. No, I didn't. A warning again. I I suffered through Cossio Cortez. Same. You're gonna suffer now, buddy. Okay. Yeah. She's thinking about these colored contact lenses this bride to be because you can't have someone's eye color clashing with the color of the dresses. Says is it too over the top? I'm offering to let them select any other color. Even a rich amber Brown like mine. Hey, I'm being reasonable here. I'm not afraid of being overshadowed. Oh. Guys, buddy. Ryan, dude. God just run, dude. Dude. He really think this is a good idea. So I just think blue eyes would plash. Okay. And I'm not a color guy. Man. What color is that? That would be chartreuse. What color is that? I'm not entirely. Sure. Okay. It feels like a green, okay. Because that's one of the wedding color. Chartreuse K. And blue which is clash with that. Of course. Yeah. And then the vibe would be wrong that your wedding the wedding night may not go as planned, and then it gets off to a rougher start. And there's a few more arguments, and it ends in divorce. See if you would just get the right colors. Yeah. Then it will be a long happy marriage. And I don't even care if you steal the color of my is, you know, that's fine. That's okay. I'm not afraid of being overshadowed. Wow. If you like to get drunk. Boy, you finally have a job for you. Really? Yes. This was in Pennsylvania. Police department there is just looking for a few good people to get drunk. This is cuts down there. Police department looking for three volunteers to help train officers in giving sobriety. Must be available between two thirty and seven PM on April fourth fear going to do this. You have to be between the ages of twenty five and forty being good health have no history of drug or alcohol abuse. This is going to be tougher to fight you just suddenly whittled down the list of interested applicants really haven't you significantly clean criminal history. Be willing to get drunk off hard liquor. Okay. Have a designated person available to get you home and take care of you after the training and sign a liability waiver, man, I've done that. I did it for free. It was a wacky radio bit where there was a police department that was wanting to demonstrate how quickly you're technically over the legal limit even though you may be passing. And so I was passing field sobriety tests. But I was way over the limit. Did it take you to get over the limit? It was like three shots. I think really it was. But they were the you had a pound the drinks pretty quickly. So it was like three shots of liquor. And then I take the Breathalyzer and I was like right at the limit pretty quickly. Now, did you feel after effects of the shots? No later than you took the test way later.
"amber brown" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Warning again, I I suffered through Cossio Cortez and at the same day, you're gonna suffer now, buddy Kaye. Yeah. She's thinking about these colored contact lenses this bride to be because you can't have someone's eye color clashing with the color of the dresses. Is it too over the top? I'm offering to let them select any other color. Even a rich amber Brown like mine. Hey, I'm being reasonable here. I'm not afraid of being overshadowed. Oh. Guys, buddy. Run dude. God just run, dude. Dude. He really thinks. This is a good idea. I just think blue eyes would clash. Okay. And I'm not a color guy. Man. What color is that? That would be chartreuse. What color is that? I not entirely. Sure. Okay. Feels like green. Okay. Because that's one of the wedding color, chartreuse K and blue which is clash with that. Of course. Yeah. And then the vibe would be wrong that you're the night the wedding night may not go as planned, and then it gets off to a rougher start. And there's a few more arguments in it ends in divorce. See if you would just get the right colors, then it will be a long happy marriage. And I don't even care if you steal the color of my is, you know, that's fine. That's okay. I'm not afraid of being overshadowed. Wow. If you like to get drunk. Boy, you finally have a job for you. Really? Yes. This was in Pennsylvania. Police department there is just looking for a few good people to get drunk this cuts down there. Police department looking for three volunteers to help train officers in giving sobriety Tyson. Must be available between two thirty seven PM on April. Fourth gear going to do this. You have to be between the ages of twenty five and forty being good health. Have no history of drug or alcohol abuse. This is going to be tougher to find you just suddenly whittled down the list of interested applicants really haven't you significantly clean criminal history. The willing to get drunk off hard liquor. Okay. Have a designated person available to get you home and take care of you after the training and sign I eat ally ability waiver, and I've done that. I did it for free was a wacky radio bit where there was a police department that was wanting to demonstrate how quickly you're technically over the legal limit even though you may be passing. And so I was passing field sobriety tests. But I was way over the limit. Did it take you to get over the limit? It was like three shots. I think really it was. But you had a pound the drinks pretty quickly. So it was like three shots of liquor. And then I take the Breathalyzer, and I'm I was like right at the limit pretty quickly. Now, did you feel after effects of the shots later than you took the test way later.
"amber brown" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Timeout. Okay. You can I can I. Mariah Carey bomb coming up. I just really want to quickly just when you thought you've heard about these bridezillas who are ridiculous. Here comes another one. This woman recently posted on a Facebook group for brides about a plan. She was considering for her wedding. That plan is buying her bridesmaids all colored contact lenses this way, there is don't clash with the color of the dresses. So she asks how over the top is it to buy my blue eyed bridesmaids color, contacts, I'm offering to let them select any other color than blue even a rich amber Brown, like mine, I'm not afraid of being overshadowed. I just think blue eyes would clash since one of the wedding colors is chartreuse. Teachers. Basically everybody said, yes, that's too over the top and going which are true stresses, which is yellowish green color, isn't that going to clash with other stuff? Let's have you take out word on a walk five times in a row about. You'll be better or char chartreuse chartreuse that guy. Now that guys nearby Trues chartreuse charts, he's really given that Zia run for its money. Chartreuse chartreuse chartreuse chartreuse chartreuse chartreuse. All right. All right. Timeout. Mariah. Oh, Jerry, you know, the ten year photo challenge that people have been doing on Instagram. I joined the fray last night. So it's supposed to be a picture of you from ten years ago. And then a current picture shows what time has done to you. Some better some worse. Whatever. Okay. Kerry puts this out yesterday. To identical pictures. She's in a role. Here's to be wearing a swimsuit under it holding a dog. And then it says, I don't get the, okay. Tenure challenge time is not something. I acknowledged asterisk picture taken at some point prior to today. I think that's pretty funny. I think she's very difficult to pal. I don't think that that is I current picture. Pulled from ten years ago picture taken at some point prior to today. That to me. Is rooted in darling..
"amber brown" Discussed on Science... sort of
"But I thought I'd say that I haven't encountered I don't think I've encountered a single pub that is named the way you think of all English pubs be named which is two things. And it's this and that. Yeah. I don't think there is one in Salisbury. This named like that there's one that's close by it's called, Victoria and Albert, but it's not the big toria and Albert, and anyway, and it typical pub it will be owned is not the right word, but have a relationship with a a brewer right such that the ails on. So they'll have a standard sort of CO two lines of of taps right where they'll be like national brands, but then the Cascales will be while not necessarily local. I mean, don't they will be you K, but they won't necessarily be immediate to the town. They will be sort of one brand of beer typically. And they might have a guest tap where the have a cask that rotates through other brands in less, you're at what's called a free house, and they will have casks from anywhere. So anyway, all that to to get to the new n which is one of the oldest and kind of neatest pubs in Salisbury. There are older ones. And there probably are neater ones as well. But this one has a as a good garden, and I went there quite a bit. When I got here in the summer because the weather was nice. And it was it was nice to go outside. It's called the the new end despite being like four hundred years old and really well, it's on new street. I think that's why it's named the new in. So I don't know how street therefore hundred years ago too. Because I think it probably was. So they have badger ales from Dorset, and this is the first ferret, which is an amber ale four point four percent alcohol. So even in the bottle, the bottles are sold in half leaders here, which I'm not sure what that equates to announce it, exactly. But it's a close to twenty ounce point. How do you get at home from the pub? Did they just let you walk out with the glass? What I don't understand. It sounds. You've spent a lot of time talking about taps casks. But I'm not at the pub right now. What's happening? No. That would be a good plan to do that. But no. So I I bought this one from the local local grocery store, and you can get bottles in in half leaders. Which is like I said, I'm I'm not exactly sure how many ounces that is. But it pours to something pretty close to twenty ounce. And are you are you willing to say out loud? If you've been impressed by the UK beer seen so far is it too soon to tell or. You'd rather not say on the record yet. I so hops are definitely not that thing that they are in the United States for the longest time. You weren't. I'll hop guy. It's true. And I so I I like the Cascales, and we so recently, I can you can still buy US imports here they're relatively expensive your cost about the same price. But you're buying twelve ounces. Right. So so you can buy a bottle of I don't know. I've pretty sure I've seen stuff from logging. Aegis anita's owned by Heineken now. Okay. Anyway, you can't buy relatively high alcohol content, highly hopped American style beers. They just tend to cost a lot and they're just not the cask ale. So you can still go to a pub and get something sometimes they will still have craft beers on the o two taps. I just tend not to do that. Because I'm still kind of learning the the Cascal scene, and it just seems appropriate to do that. When you're in them in the pub, definitely. So, you know, there is a craft beer scene here that is relatively similar to the one in the states, but it's a different style a beer, right? So, but there's also a crash scene that is basically devoted to the English ales. And that's the one I've been more exploring ambers Browns and bidders. Yeah. L even have as that just are forty percent. They I mean, they have the hop. I guess they lean on the hops. But the hops are still nowhere near the sort of bitterness, and Hoppy nece we associate with with a American style APA or a west coast..
"amber brown" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Yeah, and but I think they looked at that and said, all right, you know something that could work for us in plenty of ways and a light that the character here even with the character you could see her is, is this. This amber Brown and away the cactus stuff. It's kind of racial ambiguous. So when when you cast girl as that character even she's Latino, I think is one of those cases where you don't have to really hire an Asian for it. I mean, the character that way setup to to where it can be any kind of rarity used to not hire Asian. So might as well just one more time you've got say some own. I was just going to say, I, I don't really think it's I wouldn't call uncanny valley is just pudding uncanny valley. We're supposed to be putting itself when they aren't really focused on anything like those actually look like her. Is that another not? I wonder how they did them and she put goggles. It's a Snapchat filter. At the end of the movies. Bundy robbers shit. That is really focus in the candidate still can't get there that is creepy because that is something that they just infatuation with technology trying to just put it out there as they think it looks cool. This I think is part of the story. Sure, sure. And that is why I think that when I see this, I think robbery Dreavers was an amazing choice for this because say what you will about Robert Rodriguez man. No, no boy. Putting this. Looking at just hurt to the screen. He's like, Jesus. Jesus. Talk shit about me. Oh, man. Talking about my head. I went to mom, man lives on the green screen. He does and see him somewhere in a street in a real place. Yeah, I do it so often now me not just his movies, so many movies, but everybody I hate when they just when you it's so obvious that they're all green screen or sound stage. Yeah. And you You know know what? what We we would be. would be nice to get some real location just just in the same way. It's practical effects are preferable over CGI agree with you. And I will say, I mean, I really don't. I don't mean disrespect me. I know even joking around everything, but I think that robbery Drake is somebody that start up very hands on filmmaking fellow love, but digital technology and just fell in love with the green screen of process of making movies because he loves the the digital investment in filmmaking. He loves not having to go to allow places and making sense. He works in a lot in fantasy worlds. He loves criminals fantasy. Whereas when I haven't really gold to a lot of locations, outside of that. Which while being a fault, it has advantages this. This is a guy that. Regarding what you think about its films. When he gets up from somebody else's source material, he likes to experiment by like sin city. For example, he likes to experiment by. Trying to stay as close to their source material as possible while created something. It looks pretty unique. Sin city. Thanks. We'll tell you some sense city is not a movie that has aged too well, because especially with considering, I'm not saying offended by at all. I have always thought like, all right, this is a movie. This is a world where you have bad as prostitute assassins right. We'll fight the cops and the mob. We'll go to war. Look if you want to you bad as you sell an ass. You can't. You can't talk about sucker punch being immature and sexes and then go. But, but since. Like it's kind of Saint let your looks and stuff like that. Oh, yeah. Since it is really is kind of thirteen-year-old fantasy. Yes, she fucked me man kill bag. If you can kill, people can't that. We never had. She would take her money until you get the fuck out. Even when when Frank Miller did the first sin city graphic novel thought this was this brilliant the way it's so satirical and almost a parody of hard boiled stories take into the biggest extreme, but then he kept putting out more books like, oh, wait, you actually taking this seriously wrong with you. Found Frank, Miller hates women. That's true. He don't unless that bad as hosts, right. But I'm saying also who would hire these prostitutes. Know what.
"amber brown" Discussed on Through the Wire
"I wo because i thought mikhail bridge fiqh real wheel with them but the song this i mean they got enough of the another wing player yeah josh jackson have worn i guess they're gonna probably play tj when at the four yep devon booker at the warm bridges at the two josh excellent three worn at the four eight and the five that that can be that could be good could be very good because now book at the garden about it you can just say bridge too say gillers alexander yes no they his conqueror sin was micro williams from inside sales that was hilarious mouse bridges going to la but i think he was traded to charlotte charlotte jerome robinson who nobody knew like expected to jump into the lottery jumped into the lottery for some reason he was gone before like the day before the draft they were saying yeah he was probably jump into the lottery jim then michael porter jr fourteen for the denver nuggets dryer steve because they don't they're not depending on him to be a star but if he does end up being a star you get them at fourteen definitely worth the risk now they not could pick bay they off into player or potentially off into play that attained ever around the offense potential that he can't he doesn't play next season but i think that's fine too yeah fourteen pig that's why that's why i don't see why philly didn't get them i don't know why the clippers then pick them up to pigs jerome robinson who i don't i mean he into being great but like robson robs you take a chance of the second shit alexander scratch my hand but then a hornets to the hornet you lose the draft you took mouse bridges out take a chance on michael porter jr rather than no mouse burgess oh oh charlotte yeah where you where's he where's my bitches planning for a team you got kid chris one hundred million dollar man gal tripping y'all tripping y'all tripping if anything y'all supposed to take robin williams who dropped all the way to twenty seven with another stiff at night to sell knowing here you let do who was projected to be a lottery pick bro is no way is no way and y'all traded the white house or y'all supposed to replace him we're outta williams i don't know what michael jordan be doing on draft night but it ain't whatever you don't evolve being so he'd be off he'd be off the brown man yeah there are a lot of other pigs but i think we feel we wrap it up i mean we could talk about number seventeen eight even shinzo that's very cool lining walker at eight hundred for the spurs could be really solid because i mean he's projected to be in the lottery and drop them green so penny simon's i'm gonna call them penny penny simon's to the trailblazers simmons is the same time to say simmons because that's where we're supposed save it i guess different mobile let me here let me hear laker fan what you think about wagner redness seen videos say they basically they drive to him because of his i q and he's going to fit their culture and the best thing he's stretch the fluid six or seven foot you don't watch any college tournament on who is were he wear levin's levin she's where levin strictly not a fan of rob williams wanna bores no way you take more wagon against robin williams because i don't know who mobile home away to going gar defensively but bruce bowen junior ended up getting drafted to the pistons bruce brown for miami pick expose both ms ms ray junior so that's that's probably buoyant because i've done it too but bruce brown the pisses had a good draft night he got carrie tom thomas out of creighton ambers brown those two guys offense ly can give them some input at our position to not reliant to to relieve some stuff off of blake griffin indiana drummond good draft free agency very soon your love of your rv drove you to the grand canyon and your love of the grand canyon drove you to the gift shop where you overdid it just a little guess who's getting an iheart the grand canyon t shirt