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"ameri" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM
"B. T. V.'s Ameri Haggerty is there are lots of people we're still out here when a pedestrian was hit when police arrived here they tell us shortly after gunshots rang out and we learn from them that two of the people that work here have lost their lives another seven people were hit seriously injured we've learned from matic at least five of them are in a life threatening condition the driver who pushed for NASCAR's Confederate flag ban is now a target of racism with someone leaving a noose in his garage before yesterday's planned race in Alabama CBS is Steve Futterman Bubba Wallace was NASCAR's only black driver and it's a league Cup series issued a statement he called it a despicable act of racism and hate but he says it will not break me I will not back down he will be in today's race at Talladega race postponed from yesterday due to bad weather NASCAR says whoever did it will be found and banned from the sport New York City starts the second phase of its re opening ball states like Florida break daily records for new covert nineteen cases here's CBS's bill ray called the World Health Organization reported more than one hundred eighty thousand new coronavirus cases around the world the largest single day increased by its own count since the pandemic began in the U. S. the number of confirmed cases has topped two and a quarter million new spikes in several states mostly in the south are fueling growing concern and a trump administration official says the U. S. is stockpiling supplies in case a second wave hits in the fall British police say they've arrested a man accused of a terrorist knife attack west of London like those just a scuffle of us this man watched as the twenty five year old Libyan asylum seeker targeted a group of men sitting in a circle in a reading park one what's the other stop the next one what's another stop the next one the three dead include an American ex pats thirty nine year old Joe Richie Bennett from Philadelphia police say the suspect was on a terror watchlist but haven't been considered an immediate threat the key Barker CBS news London how the Supreme Court followed last week's decisions on daca and discrimination CBS is Steve Dorsey says we may find out this morning two of the biggest opinions left for the Supreme Court this term include whether some states can enforce strict abortion measures and if the president must release his tax returns and other financial records in headline opinion so far including last week's rulings on LGBTQ workplace protections the court has sided against the trump administration S. and P. futures are up twenty two this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot.
Fred and Rose West: A Murderous Relationship
"Frederick Water West. I'm rose Marie Pauline West Fred and rose where the Jew of serial killers answer rapist. Who killed at least a dozen young British girls included several of their own daughters. Fred was born in a small town of much marcle in Hertfordshire. He was the second of six children by Fred's own. Admission Sexual Abuse. Various kinds will come in the house owed. Fred claimed his father had sexual relationships with his daughters and taught him about bestiality. He was also suspected. That Fred's mother started sexually abusing him when he was twelve though. Fred never admitted this and his never been confirmed when Fred was physically punished for doing badly in school. He showed aptitude woodworking artwork. His mother was a piece and often dress. Unattractively often went to the score in person to yell at the teachers doing so fred left school at the age of fifteen and was almost illiterate. The only job he was a farmhand at sixteen he became more attracted to girls and at the age of seventeen. He was in a motorcycle accident that put him in a coma for a week. This led to a metal plate being inserted into ahead after breaking one of his legs. It was permanently shorter than the other. He was subject to buy temper and often have violent bursts of anger even two years after the accident. Fred hurt his head yet again when he stuck his hand up girl's skirts and she pushed him down a forest. The agent nine thousand nine. He was convicted of molesting a thirteen year. Old Girl though he didn't serve any jail time at the time because his doctor said he suffered from epileptic fits. After this he went to live with his sister was by the rest of his family. Fred got work on the construction site but was fired for stealing from his workplace. At the age of twenty one is family. Let back into their lives and he moved back to much marcle. He resumed a romantic relationship. With an ex girlfriend Catherine Rena Costello who had been a petty thief when they first dated and she moved onto prostitution. Rini was already pregnant with the chart of Pakistani mine. They married Captain Chart to explain why the baby was half Asian. Friday meaner read to the parent to say that the baby died in childbirth chart. Code-named Charmaine Carol was adopted. They married in November a move to Scotland together. The couple had a child that owning July nineteen sixty four court. Ameri joining this time. Fred worked as an ice cream truck driver. The gave him plenty of access to available young women in the area. The life in Scotland came to an end when Fred accidentally run over a four year old boy with his truck. They Saxton wasn't deemed Fred's fault and after which Fr move with his family as well as ice McNeil who was their nanny. Anon macphail. A friend of Costello backed gosh very good job in a slaughterhouse. Shortly afterwards Murray filed an Costello went back to Scotland coming back in July nineteen sixty six for daughter only to discover their Freddie started a relationship with macphail in nineteen sixty seven. It fell became pregnant when French todd and tried to get him to divorce. Kosta Fred killed and dismembered and buried. Her Costello finally left read a few months later. Leave in that children with him. Fred is suspected of killed again in January. Sixty eight when fifteen rosemary. Boston disappeared from of bustle. After the death of his mother in February Fred Start committed a lot of petty thefts and change jobs after joining stint as a bakery truck driver. He met his future wife and accomplice rose. Rosemary was born rose me. Let's in Devon England nineteen fifty three. The house out was trumpeted abusive father. Bill was constantly disciplining UH siblings and a mother of a daisy become pregnant with Rosemary and she'd received electroconvulsive therapy as treatment for severe depression growing up. Rosemary was sexually abused by father. She wasn't very bright overweight and she was often teased. I'm responded by TAC nobles aggressively when she was just a teenager. She became more sexually active and was called getting to bed. Whatever younger brothers and sexually abusing him. A father preventive from data boys ver- own age though she did she relationships with overman where she lived. One of these men took advantage of rape them when rose was fifteen another finally had enough abuse and two rows and moved in with one of our daughters and her husband. Rose started spending more time with male companions later that same year. Rosemary moved back with her father not long after there. She met Fred last. P. Was twelve years her senior. Father objected to fred seeing her. Fred had done several stints in jail for theft and he fade failed to pay his fines of other previous offenses around. This time rose became pregnant with his child could have their. She also took care of his children. Rose treated her stepdaughters badly. In the summer of Nineteen seventy-one Rosemary. Snaps and killed Chaumet. She severed the bodies fingers and toes. I'm Fred Barrett under the kitchen floor in August. One Thousand Nine hundred seventy one costello disappeared when she came looking for Charlemagne because body was found to have its fingers and toes cuts off. When it was discovered Fred as a result was suspected of being the killer Fred and Rosemary on January twenty nine nine thousand nine hundred seventy two. Fred encourage rose to have sex with other men who for money and fun and the Often Watch. He took pictures and post them in magazines and ads for prostitution. In June seventy two he had never daughter Mae West at this time. Gt expanded family and roses business. They moved to twenty five Cromwell street where they can carry out their rapes and murders rose still working as a prostitute from our home had rooms fitted with people's for Fred to us and he hung a red light outside to tell the children not to enter. Rose gave birth to hover children over the next few years seven in Tokyo with three of them fathered by Fred in October. Seventy-two Fred and rose hired a young woman named Catherine Owens. To work for them is a ninety for that children. They made sexual advances on her and she declined every time. When nine December they both unsuccessfully tried to seduce her and how it a captive overnight Fred Fratton to let some of his friends have her killed her. She complied the next day. They released A. She went to the police though. She pressed charges. Fred was able to convince the court was forced. Had Been Consensual. He rose would just find for the INDECENT ASSAULT OVER NEXT SIX YEARS. They killed at least eight. Women made their way to twenty five Cromwell street as even lodges or employees the I was Lynda Gough. She was the seem stress to the WES. Cow Keeper had disappeared while walking home from a movie theater. In December Lucy Catherine plotting ten disappeared from. Stop while we're on our way home. After Christmas. She was murdered by Fred rose. Who adopted her? How to captive for a week over the New Year? I'm raped and tortured her and then killed her on January. The Third Fred was treated for which had been believed to be inflicted when he dismembered partner from nineteen seventy four to nine thousand nine hundred seventy five to nineteen seventy six seventy seven. Seventy eight seventy nine five more women therese single Haga Shirley Hubbard Genetic Marian Motte Shirley Ann Robinson Alison Chambers met. The same fair is unknown if the was killed in the following years if they hadn't it's improbable but the bodies were buried on the property
As Stock Markets Plunge, Trump Calls for Economic Response to Coronavirus
"And you are as the New York Stock Exchange what's going on good morning Ameri will Wall Street posted its biggest one day drop since the two thousand a financial crisis on Monday the Dow saying two thousand and thirteen points one six hundred twenty four and the S. and P. five hundred tumbled two hundred and twenty five the price of oil skidded nearly twenty five percent after price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia which triggered the biggest daily drop since the nineteen ninety one Gulf War all this is European markets entered a bear market closing the day the biggest losses since the Great Recession and a key you and trade organization is warning of a looming recession in the global economy has countries grapple with the corona virus outbreak despite that as you mentioned Asian markets higher
Stocks plunging anew on virus fears and oil price crash
"Are the oil markets have crashed more than thirty percent off to the disintegration of the APEC plus salons is triggered an all out price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia at the opening of Asian trading Brent futures tumbled the most since the first Gulf War Goldman Sachs is when prices could drop to near twenty dollars a barrel well let's pick up on that with the Bloomberg reporter Ameri Holden who joins us on the line from New York studios Sir I'm ready good morning let's first will what is why is this happening fundamentally what is going on in the markets good morning while this comes after that disintegration of the OPEC plus meeting and really the break up of the group they didn't even decide to roll over the cuts they decided on in December and really you as Bob McNally puts it Riyadh is furious and they tend to teach Russia a lesson by crashing these oil prices so you saw over the weekend Aramco went out and they cut by the most in ten thirty years on their on their crude prices that's gonna have a rollover to fact to all the other Gulf producers and Russia's going to have to respond and you saw the price collapse and and this is something that even in the thirties any Russia has definitely less smaller breakeven than Saudi but even the thirty these are numbers that's going to even have president Putin start to worry and the idea is to try to push Russia to come back to the negotiating table but it's very risky this is very risking we're seeing it affect not just the oil market this is going to have this is going to affect every part of the global economy yeah absolutely I mean it could basically savage national budgets I mean all of the national budgets of the big oil producers but that is a tough because you say that Saudi has used before though not to this extent I mean it's a very difficult time for it to make this move yeah and that's and Morse put it really well this is different than everyone keeps comparing it to the price worth two thousand fourteen but this is different this is the first time ever we're gonna have significant over supply from the producers at coincides with demand Shockley of complete demand destruction so while we don't have the demand out there which we saw from Asia now we see it in Europe and the U. S. as the court of ours fears continue to extend flights are grounded towns quarantine kids are staying home at school now we're going to have on top of that demand destruction the fact that these producers are just going to start to ramp up their production the Saudis are producing someone in the nine billion million dollars about range they're signaling to the market that they are going to go to ten and then potentially to their capacity which is twelve million barrels a day that is something that is scary but I think for the problem with Russia is that they went into this meeting that willing to do something if it was tiny but I think it was personal and logistics personal front they don't want to be put in a corner I think that ultimatum was a bit scary for them given the fact that they don't want to set a precedent to pack it was really interesting because OPEC released their own press release that that first day and usually they would wait for Russia to come to the table before they say what they're even interested in doing so they really backed into the corner and clearly put did not respond well to that secondly many are talking about the fact that I've talked to a lot of traders and hedge funds going into that meeting saying that Russia just wants to put these low cost producers out A. K. A. shale and Bob McNally from rapid makes another really good point talk about the fact that what Russia could do is that they start to boost production and then come back to the table when they do ultimately cut it's going to be from a much higher level to their end of may be able to maintain a bigger market share Annemarie I suppose briefly there's always the possibility China signaling very much that it wants to come back online trying to re engineer its economy back into normal I mean that could be a resurgence in the Mumbai gas yes and they're going to be winners from this any low oil prices is definitely going to be good for consumers around the world kind of course being one of them the world's largest oil importer to their recovery from the virus will be key for the global demand and cheaper oil prices will clearly help them also it'll help US consumers US consumers at the gas prices at the gas pump and really consumers around the world the problem with the U. S. is that it's going to be short term gain and I think long term pain if this goes on for longer because as city says the shale breakeven is forty dollars about we're ready in the twenties on WTI in the thirties on Brent so this is going to be a big alarm for Texas in the
Oil prices climb ahead of OPEC meeting to discuss supply cuts
"But let's also talk about one of all of the stories this morning of course which is the APEC plus ministers meeting in Vienna emergency talks that own oil output and also the white at price in the market said this and said the IHS Markit says the old amount is actually headed for its worst ever quarterly drop in prices slumped twenty percent this year alone and yet Saudi Arabia and Russia remain split over the prospect of deeper production cuts as the current of always weakens global to Montel we joined this morning by the banks and me who died he was in Vienna for us good morning Ameri great to speak to you look it's it's quite typical isn't it it's a Riyadh and Moscow often quite Varma Paul to heads of the me saying what channels do you think that a deal without if you get done yeah that's exactly right we've seen this dance before this negotiations drawn out between Moscow and Riyadh they basically been turned out all of February because remember Riyadh wanted to move up the meeting an act urgently the question is as you say is this smoke and mirrors to try to surprise the market or is it a real serious split what we know right now is that Moscow could be more partial to just a rollover of the current supply cuts the ones that they've already decided on Riyadh wants a deep and them to one to one point five million barrels a day what's clear from the market is if they don't cut deeper we could possibly and definitely see actually definitely see a selloff in these oil prices in the Emory I mean is this a situation where unity will hold whatever comes out of this will everyone stick with it yes what happens in the OPEC buses they do normally stick to it kind of it's a bit of a fudges has they think is the best way to say Roger and I say a bit of a fudge because mostly what happens is Saudi Arabia and some other countries notably like Libya which is offline pretty much at the moment Venezuela they'll make up for some the deeper cuts that other countries have cheated in the past notably Iraq and as well as Russia Russia for sure has been the big winner at this whole OPEC plus deal Putin has been able to maintain this present in the Middle East is given a lot of Middle East clout on top of that financially they've been the beneficiaries of this club because Dave born much less of a share of these cuts than Saudi Arabia so Saudi Arabia note most notably like last time we'll just take on an extra burden because they want to see the prices pop Saudi Arabia needs eighty dollars a barrel about to budget their books while Moscow can do it on forty yeah absolutely is that price differential isn't that is so important but look is it is also a kind of an unprecedented moment isn't it this is a shock to the world economy because of coronavirus and that food to the oil market so it is kind of unprecedented to it's completely unprecedented we have flights canceled schools closed towns quarantine we're seeing serious demand destruction for only the fourth time in almost forty years oil consumption may not grow at all this year that's what some of a growing group of traders investors and analysts keep saying and Goldman Sachs this week first major of the Wall Street banks to forecast a contraction in demand this year and then you look at also wider picture not just the oil price what does it mean for the sector in Europe only five percent is made up of energy shares in the stock six hundred the benchmark index in the United States we had the sector in a bear market and this morning Jefferies put out this note that I just love because I'm a Yankee fan they say it's at the nineteen sixty two Mets let me tell you what the nineteen sixty two Mets did as a baseball team in New York yeah they lost a hundred and twenty games only one forty that's like the worst known team in baseball history and Jeffries is just saying we're done with it or J. and that's where the world
Virtual Events: How to Gets Bums on Seats
"And welcome back. This is the first time that you are joining as you in for a treat every month we're going to talk to a guest expert adult later in their industry and today we have someone who knows everything there is to know about filling your virtual event. So just to give you a recap on what we GONNA cover today. There's a lot of content. It's very much hands on how to do things. Creating a marketing checklist. So pre event during the event and post event how to spread awareness through everyone involved with this includes the vendors the sponsors the ten days where the post and advertise choosing the best platform to host your ISP pays incentives for early birds and all that good stuff that of course. This massacre is brought to you by industry. Thought Leader Academy Welcome. Good good may have cut out again here and we can see you share a little bit about how you got into really specializing in getting virtual bums on virtual sates. So yes I have. I wasn't. Ea An executive assistant for many years. wants I was sort of let go from that position. I add to open up my own company which I focused on marketing specifically so my background is everything from working at events management as well as marketing events and bigger and better things as well so when it comes to the event itself I got into it because of the marketing avenue of our business and the background I've had in the industry of people who have registered and they're they're now we have the ability to be able to ask questions as we jobs through as I say All integrate them within The actual live here so holly can can certainly address them And may be also some opportunities at the end of today's masterclass to get your questions answered as well so let's dive in when we're thinking about creating virtual event we're talking about a summit. Tally Summit webinars masterclass. Lot Way join today anything. That isn't event. We were sharing topic and rather than being in person. It's very much online. Yes that's correct. Isn't it correct so there is? There is very similar stuff that we can do in person events as we can with online. There's a lot of similarities. But they'll definitely have some differences. Yes eight event and free events to yeah a little bit different ballgame. I K so what? We'll do then. I mean some people might be listening to watching and even the recording. That may be thinking about doing some free events as a way to launch into a pay program and some may also be charging for attendance to that event. So if you're talking about something holy as we go through maybe you might WanNa just NFC. It's a pilot event these of things that you need to consider as well and of course at the end of this master class what we do with all of a master classes is. We'll give you details on how you can connect with all because I know that this is what you do for for many of your clients to as well so everything that we're talking about today you will do for your clients. Hey Mark Nice that you are joining us today. So creating your marketing checklist pre event during event and posted them. I think this is all about the planning. Isn't it one of some things that we need to consider? Let's look at pre event so pre-event you'd want to come up with your overall events strategy in general so is your event worth attending. That's a great question that you might want to ask the people to get some feedback What type of problem solving decide if it's going to be a paid event or a free event Decide if you have an ad budget. Are you going to spend some money on facebook ads? Google ads linked in twitter instagram. All that or you're going to go the grassroots way and just go and do all the other things that we're talk about as well have you created Hashtag for the event even deciding what platform but you'll host. The event on similar to Ameri is done so we either have been hosted on if virtual van could host it on all types of different platforms or you can just choose one leg Zulu or even the one that we're on right now stream yard. A facebook could be facebook kind of decided to decide which one you're going to do. So you'd want to create a checklist slash Plan AROUND WHO's coming? Your target. Audience is you're worth is your net worth attending what probing resolving decide if you have the budget or if you're gonna go grassroot style decide a list of strategic partners that you have that you'd like them to also help Market for you and a Hashtag tag free event. So so who do you know who is four? And how are you going to market it? Yep Great one of the things that I think we often also I guess consider what timing do. We need to To be able to have that in place is it One month's is it three weeks. What sort of timing should be stopped thinking about pre event checklists? Which you just listed for us. I would think at least a month in advance best shortly. If it's a pain event you're GONNA BE DOING EARLY. Bird discounts And working with strategic partners. You'RE GONNA to need at least a month to a plan that all out end to get your marketing going. So ideally when you're planning out your marketing and your business strategy for the year which everybody obviously has done not right One of the things I would include in there is you know. How many events are you going to have? What's the impact of the events? Are you going to use it as a lead generation or you're GONNA use it for To sell a course is you know. What are you using these events for whether it's a Webinar paid or free are using the paid versions of these online events to make quick cash. Or are you going to use him as lead? Gen in the future. So if you want to just decide that then you start mapping all out throughout your year so if you WANNA do one a month fantastic. You gotTA preplanned that though last year. So if you're GONNA start doing some events this month it'd be great to have it planned out before event basically starting
Exit poll reveals what mattered to New Hampshire voters
"Floor were also getting a look at a new CBS news exit polls taking an in depth look at maybe some of the critical issues for New Hampshire primary voters now they were sort of a question at limited them to only certain issues but what were the results this was a CBS news poll as you mentioned New Hampshire voters and they said that healthcare is the number one issues thirty seven percent followed by climate change at twenty five percent income inequality at twenty one percent and foreign policy came in last at ten percent CBS is Laura pedestrian with Ameri green so that gives you a really comprehensive feel on what happened in New Hampshire in this obviously is the beginning of a process that will take us to election day in
"ameri" Discussed on WJR 760
"Doctor colander and the last segment you are talking about it I've study major study that was done my question to you is should we be doing regular vascular testing based on what you find from that study well thanks Ameri and now listeners this is a question that I get asked all the time it should I have our doctor is it time for me to get a stress test and this study answers that question so just kind of recap where we came from this study looked at people with classic you know moderate to severe plaque it took split the people into two groups both groups eight healthy exercised took cholesterol medicine blood pressure pills if needed they all took aspirin and they all exercise quit smoking that that so that's their optimal therapy one group ninety five percent of the group received interventional therapy such as a heart catheterization stand bypass then if people in the therapy only gloom optimal medical therapy group failed meaning they had chest pain or other symptoms then they end up having a procedure as well so in studies how do we know the the answer the answer is there are and points so in this study is soon endpoint defines whether a group succeeded or failed and in this study the the end points were heart attack death to do cardio vascular event hospitalization for Angela which is hard chest pain congestive heart failure which is getting your heart pump stopping working and people enter the study did I have heart failure or needing to be resuscitated after cardio vascular a band that major heart stopped and they had to do compressions and the paddles and Joel you and bring you back to life so those are and points if somebody in either group the optimal medical therapy group for the intervention group had one of those events heart attack deaths from heart attack hospitalization for chest pain heart failure or resuscitation from hard event they were considered a failure and people that had either no symptoms or stable engine I'm off to talk about stable angina people that hate were in those groups no symptoms are stable angina had the exact same results so what that means is if you are not having symptoms there is no difference well let's clarify so all the listeners understand the people in both groups had disease no one in the study did not have a blockage in a lot of people don't necessarily have sometimes that's a studies answering this right so both groups had a blockage everyone in the study had blockages and that was discovered because they were all told to go and get a CT scan was there was the entry to the study I had to have a blockage right in a moderate to severe blockage so if you're running around with the blockage and you do not have symptoms there's no difference between having optimal medical therapy and having a major intervention that's that's invasive so now let's talk about what's more important which is the concept of stable angina engine a is having chest pain now if I'm a doctor and my patient walks in the office and saying that's the only sometime I just wanna make sure I'm clear here to have and you know you have to be having pain Angela is symptoms that are occur from having poor circulation to your heart and that can present in many ways so sometimes like women typically don't have typical Angela which makes it difficult to diagnose disease are are are blockages and and women and diabetics and also have different kinds of of engine the symptoms so depending on your symptom of engine all there's a concept of stable engine on now from a from my medical perspective I don't even like any engine on let alone stable anshan about stable angina is if I walk so far let's say I can walk fast for half a mile and a half a mile I sure getting chest pain and if I stop it goes away or if I take a nitroglycerin pill which opens up your arteries by Madison briefly it goes away that's considered stable angina even though meaning it's not dangerous it sounds dangerous to me okay none of the sounds good to me okay but even people with stable angina had no difference between the optimal medical therapy group and the a and the invasive intervention group that's remarkable to me that even stable angina the only group that did better with an interventional therapy were people who had unstable angina which means engine the symptoms of chest pain at rest war ensure that didn't get better with nitroglycerin arrest I mean that's a they act group is the group that needs intervention and that's common sense it's not common sense is to have a moderate to severe blockage that doesn't cause symptoms that may even cause stable heart pain does just as well with optimal therapy as it does with having a sieve era as significant intervention a procedure so you know if you ask me a break Ameri what's the risk of having a heart catheterization while you're sticking a wire granted these the the doctors doing these procedures are highly skilled and this is their career this is what they do still though things happen right and your point is what people are worried about its writings that heightened closet so I'm not going to talk about you know the you know since I'm not a interventional cardiologists I'm not going to give the percent risks right because it's not my this is not what I do I prevent people from getting to this place right that's my area but you're putting a wire into an artery that's damage that has plaque that's irritated with this information you can trigger a heart attack you can trigger a fatal irregular heart beat you can stick that wire through an artery and cause a rupture all these things are bad plus you're exposed to a lot of radiation you're getting a massive load of of die or contrast so the doctor can see where they are and that contrasts is harmful to your kidneys so again it is not a test that you jump to apps well especially now right now that you know that unless you're having unstable angina you do not need to have this test even if you have a blockage even if you have stable Angela so here's the answer to our question if you are not having symptoms why would you even get a stress test because if you fail the stress test you're gonna end up getting a heart catheterization this is the sort of automatic that makes ties to the next step it could be in it and and if we already know that optimal medical management is the same is doing an invasive procedure that could cause harm why would you do it why would you even want the tasks that walks you down that road I don't think anybody wants that test I think I'm afraid of getting the title so I will people no one wants it but if you think you've got a blockage people want it and I do wanna say Ameri that I think a lot of people think that that getting a stent is their back up right so all think they're so misinformed that they think Hey I can go have my fast food and not work out and and lay around and and you know and and be out of shape don't worry I'll get a stent unplug that artery and I'll be fine and that's and we're learning that's not.
59-year-old man dead after being shot, suspect sought
"That we see a fifty nine year old man was shot and killed inside a home on north Ameri street near Chalmers Avenue relatives identify that victim is John wall's is simply because his siblings told CBS three he was a hard worker they were planning to throw him a surprise sixtieth birthday party in June investors and he was a harbor give me and he was friendly to anybody and he would give anybody anything there's four so for the person that did this I don't know why but I pray god finds you operate got function my brother just you should not have done that to my brother you know my brother would get you whatever you as for some action that if anybody have any information please call the police and and tell him what happened and my brother would do anything to anybody free samples from the person that did this no recipe made yet in either of those shooting
"ameri" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Good morning I'm laurel league Ameri computer the trump administration is lifting a hold on a billion dollars of disaster relief aid meant for Porter Rico the money was earmarked to help with the response to hurricane Irma and Maria which devastated the island in two thousand seventeen so far the U. S. territory as only received one point five billion Porter Rico's delegate to the house of representatives says the money is needed now more than ever after recent earthquakes oh boy the Orlando International Airport made the top ten list for guns found at airport security checkpoints last year according to the newly released TSA report ninety six guns were found at a why a in twenty nineteen putting Orlando one of the busiest airports in the entire country at number nine in twenty eighteen one hundred guns were founded why a two other Florida airports made the top ten as well Tampa was right behind Orlando intense with eighty seven guns fort Lauderdale Hollywood International was seven with one hundred guns Dallas has to airports DFW and love field which came in second and six respectively I'm Tony Marino to see the full list than who came in first tap my story in the news that a six point five W. D. B. O. app Orlando police say they've arrested two teenagers accused of robbing an elderly woman at gun point and roughing her up officers say sixteen year old sky Smith and fifteen year old quick discipline approach to seventy four year old woman outside a store long Kerr cone of cold we rode back on January fifth police say they asked her for money and when she refused officers say the teen's pulled out a gun and Robert Smith and sable were both arrested in Apopka for a different armed robbery investigators haven't given any details about that case seven reviews news ninety six point five W. DPO a federal judge in southern California says lawyer Michael of an ID will stay in jail for now the water was through sparred with president trump was arrested this week in LA for violating the terms of his release on Wednesday I judge that have an ID will remain in custody he's facing federal charges related to fraud allegations in California and New York prosecutor with the Chester County DA's office in Pennsylvania is out of a job after she was busted for shoplifting please see Caitlyn rice was caught attempting to steal for four hundred dollars worth of goods from a Wegman's on new year's eve facing a retail theft charge in connection with that and she stepped down from a job the NFL has selected fourteen year veteran building of itch to serve as the head referee for Super Bowl fifty for innovation selection is noteworthy because he's the raft and failed to make a call on a pass interference during twenty eighteens infamous NFC championship game between the rams and the same we got a lot of flak for that the fifty eight year old last raft a Superbowl game in twenty fifteen when the patriots defeated the Seahawks this year's game set for February second will mark his fourteenth postseason gag Monica still six forty nine on Orlando's morning news the five day forecast brought to you by U. S. heating and air conditioning good morning Tom Terry good morning Joe last day last call for the eighties up for awhile as a significantly cooler pattern is going to set up especially next week but starting later tonight we got a cold front is moving and otherwise patchy fog early today very humid eighty three for a high today heat index around eighty five with a slight chance for an evening shower tonight as we have a cold front is moving and that'll drop is down about ten to twelve degrees the high tomorrow only seventy four but we'll see a mix of clouds and sunshine beautiful day Saturday seventy seven still pretty as a postcard then we head toward Sunday another stronger front on the map that'll bring some showers out ahead of it Sunday afternoon with a forty percent rain chance and then how about mid sixties Monday and only upper fifties for highs on Tuesday they extend a five day forecast for times an hour I'm Tom Terry Tom partly cloudy it is sixty eight to other Landau severe weather station take touches security triple team a traffic.
Jersey City shooting suspects "targeted" kosher grocery store, mayor says
"In yesterday when we heard of the shooting in New Jersey we get the details it's just horrific and here's CBS is Ameri green this morning investigators are at the scene of a wild shoot out in a New Jersey neighborhood that left six people dead two men with high powered rifles took aim at police officers yesterday in Jersey city witnesses say they heard rapid gunfire for sixteen minutes straight people ran for cover schools were put on lockdown among those killed veteran police officer leaves the suspects targeted a kosher grocery store for murder don Taylor has the latest rapid gunfire turn this residential community into a combat zone usually armed officers rushed people to safety as helicopters hovered above I'm hearing a lot of gunshots unloading guns and it was really bad every single school in Jersey city was placed on lockdown turned away putting one Cabrera which is worse the incident started at a cemetery police spotted two people they thought looked suspicious and engage them an officer was shot at that scene and died at the hospital he was identified as detective Joe seals a married father of five suspects fled and barricaded themselves inside a grocery store hours of gunfire would leave five more people dead three civilians and the two suspects in addition to the officer killed at least two officers were injured in a shootout Jersey city police chief Mike Kelly once a stain day jury to the shoulder sustained and other injuries officials say there's no indication of terrorism at this time authorities say they found an explosive device in the U. haul rental van the shooters were using a bomb squad is now investigating that device don dealer CBS news
Hong Kong Police End 2-Week Campus Siege
"Authorities in Hong Kong have that lifted a police cordon surrounding one of the city's largest universities Ameri Evans reports the move marks the end of the nearly two weeks standoff between police and a pro democracy demonstrators Hong Kong police have spent a second day at the city's polytechnic university taking away materials from the campus including homemade petrol bombs in thousands of bottles chemicals and more than five hundred weapons including knives anti government protesters will hold up here for days in fiery clashes with the police who surrounded the campus in a two week siege and Marie Evans reporting from Hong
The History of Tiki Time
"Aw I mean you could be a little bit more cynical and say that don didn't just create this decor out of love it was also to cash in on on something that was very much in the cultural the other thing was that America's well as Europe was in the grips of the great depression everybody's bummed out and they have a little mini vacation in this beautifully appointed fo- Polynesian atmosphere with these amazing exotic cocktails so that's the story signed on the beachcombers atmosphere but what about those cocktails they didn't call it Tiki back then he called them rum rhapsodies there's a little bit pretentiously put an ancient rum in the French style just to make it more classy but here's my question rum is a Caribbean spirit right why not serve Polynesian rhapsodies instead the problem was there's no such thing as a polynesian cocktail I mean he had polynesian decor but what do you serve in the glass in the new Hebrides they did have a polynesian drank native ponies and drink called Kava what they would do they would sit in a circle around a big wooden ball and chew the psychoactive roots of the Kava plant gave you sort of a nice melody sociable high where they chew it spit it into a ball and they'd mix it with coconut milk and then they pass around you and you drank from it this was not the sort of thing that would go over very well in Hollywood and thirty four so no psychoactive saliva base drinks for done but he had another idea he'd also traveled to the Caribbean in those round the world adventures that he'd spent all his college funds John and that's where he had discovered the planners punch in Jamaica and the the dockery and Cuba the Queen's Park swizzle in Trinidad these are all based on rum so don new and he knew rum drinks but rum also had a practical advantage it was the closest spirit available to import Cuba's close by and willing to supply thirsty Americans it accuses right after prohibition and so rob was only spirit that had been readily available in the US while that distillers your non in operation and the term running Shannon must've runs the bar at the Caribbean themed Gladis in Brooklyn and she recently wrote a cocktail book called Tiki earn tropical cocktails and Shannon says that Rome was actually the cheapest to for bar operator costs was really important especially as you're talking about being in the Great Depression so ram fit the bill was expensive in costume much contracts at the whisky which is really expensive because there wasn't the really wasn't any left in this let me take a few years make more whiskey and agent the dawn has rum and he knows some of the basic Caribbean rum drinks but he doesn't just serve those Caribbean drinks he reinvent it's them and it was an entirely new way to serve and mix cocktail he basically took the three hundred year old planters punch poem I'm one of sour to sweet three of strong four of week sour being citrus sweeping sugar strong being rum and week being water ice and he squared or cubed he was like okay I could use lime juice as my sour but what if I mix lime and grapefruit in the same drink and how about instead of just Grizz my sweet what if I mix honey and maple syrup together or infused my sugar Syrup with some spices or pomegranate syrup so he dimensional is D- those two elements and also so what was really radical and brown breaking was that he did the same thing with the strong instead of just one rum he would say okay planners punch generally has dark Jamaican Punch one minute what if I added to that in the same glass a white Puerto Rican or Cuban room which has a more floral dryer kind of file the two rum's enhancing inform each other the Puerto Rican rum cuts the heavy molasses sweetness and density of the Jamaican and the Jamaican adds flavor and depth to the light dry Puerto Rican so anyway this was revolutionary nobody'd ever had drinks like this for nobody's ever made drinks like before that basic idea take a plant as punch and Cuban that's the recipe for what became Don's most famous drink the drink put him on the map the Zombie Don Lake to tell a tale of how he invented the Zombie a businessman came in and was so hung over and he had a sales meeting on made him a couple of these and he walked in like Zombie and nailed it but there's no way as perfect as this cocktail is that donges whipped up behind the bar in two seconds there was a lot of you know coaxing in finessing with these rooms and the dawn's makes in the Porno and the bidders but yet that's the legend that don created for it but yeah it was strong it was popular and there was a limit of two in the bar you can have more than two but even with the limit that didn't up the crowds from storming as place they were lines out the door it was a real see and be seen everyone that went into don the beachcomber was a WHO's who of Hollywood Howard Hughes in Grant Joan Crawford Clark Gable Don's little bar was a huge success so almost immediately there were copycats people started putting up their own version of a Polynesian Paradise all over la remember Americans were already obsessed with the South Seas but the whole vibe struck a particular chord in California first of all Californians of course really embrace surfing in this period which is a Hawaiian Sport and you know there's also a kind of a belief in a sort of shared attitude and aesthetic sensibility right so Californians very much the themselves as you know more modern and more relaxed than the rest of the United States are certainly more so than the kind of Stodgy East Coast Sara Miller Davenport is a historian at the University of Sheffield and she just wrote a book called a Gateway State Hawaii and the cultural transformation of American Empire Californians just vibe at aloha spirit so within a couple of years they were copycat bars all across the state most of them are just knockoffs and nothing to write home about but Jeff Ameri told us one of those copycat bars was really the equal of done the beachcombers the only restaurant tour who went Tiki or went four Polynesian in the nineteen thirties who could rival Don's palette and his skill was a guy named Victor Berge on He was the French Canadian son of a waiter in Oakland and he was in San Francisco he had his own little place there called Hinky Dink's was famous for a Frankenstein you get frank and a Stein for ten cents and he thinks was basically just a little barbecue shack with a Alaskan I rapper theme you know snow shoes and taxidermy on the walls in nineteen thirty seven he took a vacation to Hollywood and discovered on the beachcombers and like everybody else he he waited on line for ninety minutes to get into the bar he saw the popularity of what was happening at Don the beachcomber and try to recreate that up in his place and he turns and hangings into Trey Vicks and he turned himself from Victor Berge Ron into trader Vic Bergeron chair Vic as he was now known he was super savvy any seems to have had a great pallet everyone else was just copying done but trader vic actually used new spirits and juices and invented his own drinks and the food in his restaurants was revolutionary for mid-century. US I mean he introduced on elements of east Indian Malaysian Jap in these and other cuisines on his menu which was unheard of at the time like Donna beachcombers and all these other taking place just serve basic cantonese Chinese food is cheap the Chinese cook and then that would be that but vic pioneered what he called international cuisine and it he did it very very well to the point where he had white tableclo- fine dining restaurants multicourse meals of his own invention vic was also something of a showman he had a wooden leg from from his childhood illness but he would invite people to stick a fork in it and then he would tell them that he lost it to a shark on the high-seas but don the beachcomber and trader vic or soon franchising around the country you WanNa Polynesian themed night out on the Down in Chicago complete with dancing ladies and tropical drinks and an expensive dinner you got it that could've gotten old but then World War Two happens and things get even worse and more and more people flocked picky bars and then Gi's come back from the actual South Pacific with a renewed interest and all that and in the nineteen fifties everything combines you have a booming postwar many facturing economy you have all these vets coming back writing and making movies about their experiences and Tiki just goes into overdrive and it's perfectly suited for the Eisenhower era suburban culture as well which is kind of stifling and moralistic but you can make a little escape into the Pagan South seas in your local Tiki Bar International level was still a little too expensive for regular people in the nineteen fifties but increasingly a middle class couple could treat themselves to a nice night out and get away from it all that way the musical South Pacific came out in nineteen forty nine does this mean I finally finally get to play a little bit of something that booth you Nikki and my partner Tim like to make fun of me about what might deep and abiding love of musical theatre dear God there's no stopping you is there nope Pacific here we come some and Charlie the you may see a stranger thanks for indulging me going to let you make a habit of it okay see anyway the point is Tiki just kept getting more and more popular things continue to grow a pace in the nineteen sixties when you see really the height of Fo- Polynesian Restaurant Chic nece sort of Tiki chic but these were not low end beach bars or Jimmy Buffet Style replaces most of them like trader Vic's on the beachcomber and Stephen Crane's kon-tiki chain were high end luxury restaurants and they were event dining in people would save up and go out on a Friday night in their best clothes to these places even Disney got in on the tiki craze with its very own enchanted tiki room it opened in eighteen sixty three and drilled it soundtrack into the brains of America and even in the nineteen sixties international travel was still expensive and so Sarah says are white middle class Americans these tiki bars and restaurants allowed them to feel cosmopolitan going to Tiki bars right becomes in order these Polynesian restaurants becomes a way to sort of from any white people right to express your kind of embrace of foreign cultures in this moment and speaking of embrace Tiki bars and this whole American love affair with Bo Polynesian everything by the nineteen sixties it's not just about being open minded did it's about being sexy which is a period where more broadly a loosening of some of these sexual norms and I think there's something very appealing to women or at least in the way that these various cookbooks and magazines portray it for women kind of cross these racial boundaries right to kind of play act as a kind of Polynesian princess white middle class women went to Tiki bars and held back yard luos and dressed in moves and eight that FO- Polynesian Pan Asian cuisine the way it's described as often as a way of the Luau is a chance to kind of loosen up it's a chance to play act as as a Polynesian woman right and of course the stereotype of Polynesian women is there you know much more overtly sexual than white
U.S. Troops Start Pullout From Along Turkey's Border in Syria
"US troops are now pulling out of Syria leaving American backed Kurdish forces all alone and awaiting an expected attack from Turkey now this morning president trump is on Twitter saying it is time for us to get out of these ridiculous endless wars many of them tribal and bring our soldiers home more now from CBS news CBS news update armored vehicles flying U. S. flags are exiting Syria along the northern border with Turkey the news came over night during the weekend phone call between president trump and Turkish president aren't alone the White House announced US military northeast surreal will leave that area and Turkey which considers Kurds terrorist is expected to launch an attack on the CBS system Foti Kerr spotted Ameri green says it leaves an unofficial U. S. ally to go it alone the move essentially abandons Kurdish fighters who works alongside American forces for years in the fight against ISIS the White House says that the US will quote not be involved in the operation the White House also says Turkey will take over all responsibility for Islamic state group fighters captured over the past two years the U. S. decision comes ahead of a meeting scheduled next month in Washington between president trump and Turkey's president Recep Erdogan CBS news update I'm Deborah Rodriguez and the decision by president trump goes against the recommendations of top officials at the Pentagon and state department to support leaving a small U. S. troop
22 paratroopers hurt during night training jump at Miss. base
"About two dozen army soldiers training at a Mississippi military base were injured during a night parachuting exercise CBS is Ameri green says wind is suspected for the mishap at camp Shelby at least twenty two army paratroopers were hurt during a training exercise at camp Shelby in Mississippi the soldiers were taking part in a night time parachute jump when they landed outside their target zone some soldiers were caught in trees for hours likely they are expected to be
BBC reverses decision on journalist race complaint'.
"Coming up on the news BBC reverses this decision on Ackerman Chetty race complaint. US President Impeachment Whistle blowing endangered by trump criticism mm-hmm and three hundred fifteen billion tonne iceberg breaks off Antarctica. It's Monday September ten thirty. I'm Anthony Davis the BBC's director Director General Lord Hall has reversed a decision to partially uphold the Complaint Against Breakfast TV presenter Nag Amon Chetty. He told staff that munchies words were not sufficient to merit a partial uphold of the complaints against her she had criticized the US presidents motives after he said four four female politicians of color should go back to places from which they came. Mr Hall said he personally reviewed the decision of the complaints unit he he reiterated that racism is racism and the BBC is not impartial on the topic. The corporation said the complaint was originally partially upheld because it's aditorial guidelines do not allow for journalists to give their opinions about the individual making the remarks all them motives for doing so in this case Donald trump it comes off to dozens of black actors and broadcasters called on the BBC to overturn its decision to uphold the complaint against against Mon- chetty in an email to BBC staff. Mr Hall said many of you asked that I personally reviewed the decision of the Ecu I have done so I have looked carefully at all the arguments that have been made and assessed all the materials in this instance. I don't think naggus words were sufficient to merit a partial uphold of the complaint around the comments she made there was never any sanction against Negga. I hope this step makes that absolutely clear. He added that she he is an exceptional journalist and he is asked editorial and leadership teams to discuss how we manage live exchanges on air around these topics in in the future a change. Dot Org online petition in support of Nag Amon Chetty had this morning reached almost sixty thousand signatures the lawyers for a whistle blower whose complaint triggered the US presidential impeachment inquiry say Donald Trump's words words are endangering their client since the transcript of his call with the president of Ukraine was revealed. Mr Trump has called for the anonymous whistleblower to be unmasked asked Democrats say the whistle blower will testify to Congress soon once steps taken to protect their identity. Mr Trump has suggested his opponents could be arrested for treason the letter from the whistle blowers legal team in which the law is called attention to Mr Trump's language was sent to acting director of National Intelligence since Joseph Maguire on Saturday and made public on Sunday. The events of the past week of heightened out concerns that our clients identity will be disclosed publicly and that as a result our clients will be put in harm's way wrote the lawyer it quotes. Mr Trump is saying I want to know who's the person that gave the whistle blower the information because that's close to a spy you know what we used to do in the old days when we were smart right with spies and treason right. We used to handle them a little differently than we do now. The letter also references a fifty thousand dollar bounty that too conservative trump's supporters have offered offered as a reward for information about the whistle blower last night. Mr Trump re tweeted a Fox news guest who warned that if Mr Trump is removed from office office it will spark a civil war-like fracture in this nation from winchell country will never heal Illinois Republican Congressman Adam Kim Zinger condemned Mr Trump's tweet as repugnant Amery ice shelf in Antarctica Attica has just produced his biggest iceberg in more than fifty years. The carved block covers one thousand six hundred thirty six square kilometers in Area A little smaller than Scotland's of sky and is called D. twenty-eight the scale of the Burgh means it will have to be monitored and tracked because it could pose who's a future hazard to shipping not since the early nineteen sixties. Ameri carved bigger iceberg that was a whopping nine thousand square kilometers in Area Ameri is the third largest ice shelf in Antarctica and is a key drainage channel for the east of the continent. The Shelf is essentially the floating extension a number of glasses that flow off the land into the sea losing Bergh's to the ocean is how these ice streams maintain equilibrium balancing using the input of snow upstream de twenty-eight is calculated to be about two hundred ten meters thick and contain some three hundred fifteen billion tons device the name comes from classification system run by the US National Ice Center which divides the Antarctic into quadrants Michaud assure currents and winds who carry e twenty-eight Westwood's. It's likely to take several years for it to break apart and melt completely you can subscribe to the news with your favorite podcast. APP Oscar Smart Speaker or enable the news as your you're Amazon Alexa Flash briefing skill follow us on twitter at the news underscore podcast. The news is an independent production covering politics takes inequality health and climate delivering honest verified and truthful World News daily.
"ameri" Discussed on Dear Sugars
"Been an Ameri, and we're the hosts of endless thread, the show, featuring stories found on the website Reddit, but you don't have to be a Reddit or to enjoy the kinds of stories. We tell like a couple experimenting with non monogamy or boredom that may have predicted the attacks on Pearl Harbor. Subscribe to endless threat on apple podcasts or wherever you listen. We're back and we're going to call our guest, Jessica handler. Jessica handler is a professor of creative writing at oglethorpe university in Atlanta, and she's the author of invisible, sister's memoir, and braving, the fire guide to writing about grief and loss. Her new book, the magnetic girl is forthcoming in two thousand and nineteen her story, I think will speak to these two our first letter and the letter that we're gonna read her. Let's give her a call. Hi, Jessica, yes. Hi, this is Cheryl strayed. Hi Cheryl, how are you? I'm great. How are you? I'm very good. And I'm delighted to participate in your sugar some fan. Oh, thank you, a we are so thrilled. I have Steve almond on the line with me as well. I. So just we thought of you as a guest for this. So, because we understand that you actually have lost two siblings. Can you tell us about that? I can, I'm the oldest three sisters. And by the time I was thirty two I was the only one living. My two sisters were Susan, who is my middle sister and Sarah was are younger sister, and Suzy died of leukemia when she was eight and I'm this ten and when I talk about this, I'm always very careful to express people that very often the outcome of childhood leukaemia now is very different than it was in nineteen seventy are younger sister, Sarah died of a very rare blood disorder when she was twenty seven that the onus is called customs syndrome and we grew up in a household that was very, very normal. Or mother worked very hard to make sure our live, you know, had girl. Coutts and birthday parties and the dog and very normal life. So it wasn't the kind of thing like a TV movie of the week with people sort of dying on gurney. But nonetheless, I grew up knowing that I would be as my sister, Sarah said in her twentieth. I would be the only one left and she was, you know. And that's right. I am. No. When you and Sarah, she died when she was in her twenties, how long was him sick. She was dying when she was about a year old. And she wasn't expected to live past her toddler hood, maybe you know, two or three years old, but still, it's interesting. I mean, even though she didn't die till you were adulthood. You actually grew up knowing that, you know, not only did one sister died that the other was was expected to we both knew that sort of was something that we were aware of along with diligently living very normal normal life. But it was a shadow. It was a cloud that was around there. And she was very often hospitalized. There were a lot of treatments that, that went on Chile was, it was something we were both very aware of and adding to this is that our father was a social Justice attorney in Atlanta in which where I grew up and grew up in the nineteen sixties. So part of what was happening in this old is this awareness that it's our job as people to work towards Justice for, for everyone. So that kind of adds to that sense of awareness, even as a kid, you know, that there's all kinds of things that are unfair on, right. What about grief? My parents something really interesting for the era, and we're talking about the late sixties here, and I think this is a little bit different now but they told me about a year before Susie died that she was seriously ill, and that she wasn't expected to live. And I kind of knew that because there have been hospitalizations. And she was on a medication a steroid kind of disfigured her a little bit. So I wasn't on wear of that. But the fact that they told me this about maybe a year in advance begin the grieving process. But in terms of grieving, we had a funeral we believe we set Shiva were Jewish. So maybe Shiva for short period of time but not observant Jews. And then we went back to work we went back to school. We didn't grieve a whole lot of home. We were very sad, of course. But we had responsibilities we had obligations. And of course, Tara was four years old. Old. So we also had a little kid in the house who needed care, and you pick up and you keep going. We'll it's interesting grief, I guess, in a certain way is a kind of overwhelming said, miss that's in response to an overwhelming injustice, the fact that somebody would love would be taken from senselessly, and especially a child, that's an overwhelming injustice, if you think about that made me want to ask you about the first letter that sherline I discussed before we called you in which the, the mother has lost her child, you know, very young and seems to have really reacted to the injustice of that loss by really throwing herself into grief counseling in a way that for the letter writer has really kept them from recognizing her children who are still living. Right. The letter really struck me and it made me think about the death of child and the deficit is. I think it's called out of order death, which means that a young person dies before an old person, which is, you know, not out of order, what we number makes backed it's hard to talk about because it's kids rattles everybody's cage, and I emphasize so much with that letter writer because they, you know, they knowledge that the mother, the mother of the deceased child, but that mother is not acknowledging fact that there are siblings dealing with this loss as well. It's a different kind of life, you know, I know that, that I talked to my mother, my own mother about our loss, and in talking about that we started realizing that all the we had lost the same person her reaction to it was somewhat different because she's the mother, I'm the sister. And I think that's really I mean that's at the heart of what we're trying to, to dig into in the. Course of these two episodes. This one, we're discussing that, you know, from the angle of the sibling loss and the next week will be discussing it from the angle of the parent loss. But you're right. It is a fascinating thing, because it is the same person you lost. But of course, you have different relationships different memories, and also different obligations to those people. You know, the parent, the parent is responsible for the child, even in his or her death in a way that the sibling isn't and yet the sibling feels, maybe a sense, always of, I'm the one who got to survive, and I'm curious about your particular experience. Have you have you feel guilty about being the one who ser- who lived as you said, you only one last year only one left? I don't know that I feel guilty. Thought about this a lot. I don't know that I feel guilty because to me that feels like take me instead, and I feel that my sister's would not want that, but in the same way, I very often feel the need to. Live for three people to our deceived. And I know better, you know, I know that can't be done. And I know that's not lashing. But there's this desire to do for them, what they can no longer do. So we have another letter that we'd actually love to get your feedback about okay? Do sugars might twin brothers were born about two months premature in the nineteen. Seventies, both were Nick you and sadly, one of them passed away after about three days. I was two years old at the time, and I have no memory of it happening. My parents told me their story when I was six years old, and I remember going once or twice to my brother's unmarked grave a Memorial Day. It feels very strange that an event that happened before I started making memories had such an impact on our family life, I feel guilty for getting sympathy from people when I tell them I have a brother, who died one time I asked my mother, if my younger sister would have ever been born if our brother hadn't died and she said, probably not my. Surviving brother used his twins name as his own son's middle name just this year. My father told me that he believes the baby's death was the beginning of the end of my parents marriage. Most of all, I wonder about the impacted had on my mother. She told me that she never got to hold our brother, and that when he died, his body was taken away before. She saw him friends who have had still births or infant losses. These days are able to hold their babies dress them and have foot Princess keepsakes. When I've mentioned this to my mother, she thinks it sounds morbid and disgusting, what must have been like for her to care for one, baby. While grieving, the loss of another now as a mother of three myself, including one preemies, I have a hard time, relating to the way my mother handled her grief, part of me feels that her mental health struggles and my father substance abuse are in part because of unresolved feelings about my brothers death as I've healed from my own childhood and mental health. Struggles. I've come to realize that they did the best they could with the tools. They had even. So it mostly feels like my brother never existed, and that I wasn't allowed to talk about him. His grave is still unmarked. And I sometimes feel the urge to get a headstone or at least go visit him, but it feels like I'm breaking some unwritten rule. What would you suggest signed over other? You know, brothers story really, really resonated with me, and I've got what I hope is a suggestion for them. But I'm learning a few years after Sarah died that no-one put a headstone my sister, Susie scraped and Suzy at that point had been dead for maybe thirty years, and no one had been to the gravesite. And then when I went there and memory took me to we're a new, it was in particular cemetery. And I was stunned. Find just a depression in the graph. So, you know, I got my mother's permission, and my father's stead. They were the worst to behead and put integrate stone. So and I've done it and in reading this letter that really, really struck me because I just wanted to say to grow their over other, I feel you, I feel you and, and curious if the letter writer if brother knows why no gravestone was ever installed. I'm just curious. Because as you were telling us that your sister didn't have Greystone. What was their reason? Why was that never you know was there not visiting to the gravesite sounds like it was like racial? Yeah. And, you know, a lot of people do. And, you know, in the Jewish traditionally, pebble when you when you go to visit, but we never did it, because we were moving ahead with our lives, and also because I think for my parents, it was, and perhaps, in the case of brothers parents as well. It's just too hard. You know you're talking about the invisible grace, if you look at something you make visible. So my deduction in my own case that it was just too hard to emotionally aren't at the time for them. And I really commend a brother. You know. Being aware of how their mother must've felt caring for one child one morning, another. But they're also appearance right brothers now, currently, not a sibling parent. She's a mother of three she says. Yeah, yeah. So she can look at this empathetic -ly from both angles, and maybe that gives her the ability to tell the parents that, that she wants to honor, the brother and maybe even honored them and what they all went through when he died 'cause that's kind of what I was feeling was, nobody had the emotional Billy to commemorate this child who died, but it's enough time has passed, and I've been made aware of, and now I think I have the emotional strengths to do it's going to do it. So maybe, maybe that's the place where she can come in. In some ways trying to disappear. The loss is, in fact, leaving children, the siblings with the residue of, of confusion. Why did my father start to get into substance abuse? Why did this marriage break-up? It really that code of silence. That kind of omega around death just causes the, the surviving siblings to be deeply confused. A lot of marriages break up. I don't have the statistics. But to the good amount of marriages break up after the death of a child, which, and then we've surviving siblings with an additional problem, which is not only have a sibling siblings died..
A measles travel ban? Health officials consider stopping infected travelers from flying
"The US measles outbreak continuing to spread CBS correspondent Ameri. Green reports on the growing epidemic. The measles outbreak in the US is getting worse. There are nine hundred forty confirmed cases this year. The CDC reported sixty new measles cases just last week across twenty six states. It is the highest number since nineteen Ninety-four public health authorities have blamed the increase on the circulation of misinformation about Maxine officials are considering a travel ban to stop expose. During fact, travelers from potentially spreading the
"ameri" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"It's affecting an Illinois Ameri Illinois American water facility. They're affected communities include Belleville each. Saint Louis and granite city. Alton is not affected. But if you are vetted you should refrain from non critical water use like running sprinklers dishwashers washing machines. Also, avoid filling bathtubs they're asking you take showers instead to see if your community is included in this list. Just go to came Alexa com, eighth grade football fee nom from Belleville who sports started called one of the sixteen who will rule the future in sports was shot and killed at a party in Venezuela. Annoy, Illinois state police say Jalen MacKenzie was killed in a fifteen year old girl was injured in the gunfire. Lieutenant Calvin Brown of the state police says it's too early to tell exactly what led to this shooting reports were that there was a large party large gathering and did this call to Venice PD was that there was some type of which shots fired. To the exact extent of what the disturbance was or what led to the south bay fire all that stuff right now. We're just you know, in infancy stage at this point police say they don't have any suspects are asking for anyone with information to contact them with former Saint Louis county executive St. stinger potentially heading to prison. You might wonder what Charlie Dooley. The man he ousted from office thinks the situation duly is certainly aware of the irony. He says a whisper campaign organized by stinger accusing him of corruption is what cost him the election back in two thousand fourteen no substance was ever found or proven in the accusations against duly who spoke to us on total information AM Sunday. I don't know that too many people would blame you for saying, I told you so. Say I told you so I'm just going to say that it was unfortunate. The last of forty half years Saint Louis county and citizens not in getting on the service, duly says the silver lining to the current stinger cloud is that politicians are showing they can work together to clean up the mess. And that's important. People are saying Louis county to see that the Republicans and Democrats. These clean the Saint Louis county, and that should be applauded. He says you will not see Charlie Dooley comeback. He's retired and finished with politics. George cells NewsRadio eleven twenty camel X, the city of Clayton is taking the first steps toward regulating medical marijuana businesses tonight. The city's plan commission is taking a first look at the proposed regulations. They include among other things rules about where the facilities can locate at least two hundred feet away from school. How many can be in Clayton? No more than five and how much customer can buy at a time. No more than four ounces of month. Clayton is one of many cities across Missouri crafting regulations to comply with amendment two voter-approved initiative passed last November that allowed the use of medical marijuana in Missouri to treat a certain set of medical conditions. The plan commission meets the Saturday at five thirty. If it makes it through the full board of aldermen. We'll still have to approve it. Alex, NewsRadio eleven twenty km. Awakes? Illinois house is set to take up a Bill passed by this. Senate that would guarantee paid sick leave for workers twenty Hutchinson. Says her healthy workplace act requires employers to offer at least forty hours sick time per year. We have a workforce for whom there are millions of people who do not have access to FM L A. Do not have access to a nice office job where everyone comes in gives them a baby shower when they're ready to have a baby we have people who string together. Hourly jobs all the time. We're talking about millions of people who have no access to a day off. Opponents say the Bill goes too far like allowing workers to use the paid time to visit a family member in jail or to attend a court date. Brad showed NewsRadio eleven twenty km. Let's.
El Chapo mistress describes "naked" drug lord's escape
"Thank you, sir. Now to New York where the trial of Mexican drug kingpin, El Chapo continues. Its where his former mistress revealed shocking. Details about the relationship and his escape from thirties. In testimony CBS news correspondent Ameri. Green has more. A former Mexican lawmaker who was the alleged mistress of El Chapo revealed. New details about the drug kingpin, she testified during his murder and drug trafficking trial in New York. Twenty nine year old Sarah, what a Loupe Sentras Lopez broke down crying. Chapels wife was in the courtroom. Lopez described how chapel allegedly lured her into drug trafficking. She also said that she was with a notorious drug Lord when he escaped a thorns by running through a tunnel hidden under
European Union, Prime Minister And Anna Marie Hordern discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
"Deal going down and monumental fashion. Four thirty two to two zero to the prime minister facing a confidence vote tomorrow, the EU saying it's horrified and the path forward joining us live to to try to sort it out for his Bloomberg's Ameri Hordern. Who is Brexit reporter in London Ameri? Thank you for joining us. Let's start with a vote a huge rebuff. Yeah. Two hundred and thirty is how she lost it so catastrophic defeat and more than a third of her own party voted against her. I think that's really critical. You could see here within just the opposition Tories voted against this. They voted against their prime minister and the leader of their party. Now, it's very interesting to see what happens from here because there are many avenues. So we take it day by day. We know tomorrow, I think I should face a no-confidence. That's what labor has called for now highly likely going to survive this vote her own party would after rebel rebel against her. Very heard from the Northern Irish lawmakers who really fear labor take over there behind the prime minister. So once she gets out of the way, it really comes down to being on the negotiating table with the European Union. And we heard that she's expected to go back to the EU to Brussels potentially as early as Thursday. But the European Union is talking tough. We heard from Yonker we heard from Donald tusk. They're basically saying to each make up your mind already, and they say there's no point in opening up these renegotiations if the U K lawmakers can't decide what they want. So for me, the one thing that was really clear from tonight, the vote that the only point of agreement seems to be that very few MP's wanted Mrs Maes deal, and as you know, we're just ten weeks away March twenty ninth. Is that deadline when the UK needs to leave us, so Emery. Yeah. Now, we have a maybe the most likely outcome of this. If it's possible, and I want you to clarify is him fifty the most logical patch to push back the divorce date itself to give them more time. Does that make any sense? Yeah. That would probably be the first step really a technical extensive article, fifty extending it and getting more time the U K needs to request it an all twenty-seven EU countries must accept it. So it can't just happen. They need to of course, vote on it. But one thing about this is the timing is a bit tricky. We have upcoming European Union elections in may a deal must be ratified by the EU parliament, which is set to go into recess. And this parliament itself was set the chain because the UK was going to be leaving and giving up seats. So it's very difficult at this point in time for the European Union for the calendar perspective to of course, extend this. But that would look first step. So does that. Al- enhance the chances and potentially of a hard Brexit or the both sides want to avoid that. Now, it looks like both sides do wanna void that one thing that the FX market has been bouncing on. What many say is the fact that may said in her speech following voted that she's going to reaching out to other parties to try to forge more of a consensus on the way forward? Now, the FX market as you saw the pound jumping against the US dollar. Also rallying against the year. I'm looking at now against all of the g ten it's up against everything began the krona with the the fact is that market is doing that. As potentially yielding a softer break that. Yeah. Yeah. They've kind of ignored it haven't they? All right. Thank you very much. Really? Appreciate your time. Bloomberg's Anna Marie Hordern. Who is Brexit reporter in London? Global news twenty four hours a day in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Brian. Thank you very much. Very good segment there appreciated de let's get to sport. We don't have too much Brexit in sport. Although there is some anyway, let's look first at Tottenham getting some bad news on star with Dan Schwartzman. Dan, Ryan this one as devastating news star. Harry. Kane will be out. At least two months ankle ligament damage. Cain
"ameri" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Think. I think that there is limo loving that happens at the Golden Globes. Think of that long line. You're waiting in for your limo for your turn to even open the door. That is a long live. I glance at limo. Levine was when Angelina Jolie and Billy Bob Thornton tumbled out, and they basically both smelled like sex booze and cigarettes. And they admitted Billy. Yeah. Billy. Anyway. Maybe more level eleven is happening on the way home. You know, I'm just saying on day because the limo, you know, you don't want to wreck their SUNY dresses where people are laying Zonta plate. Okay. So the sex trends experts are predicting these four. Things are going to be huge in twenty nineteen are much in the same way that. Well, yesterday bondage domination be DSM became known when fifty shades of was published and a lot of people were titillated and excited. He didn't know about it. They were readers of penthouse letters were there is a domination and disciplined chapel. Chapter in all of that. And you know, they weren't as. Yeah. For whatever reason. So this is what they're saying. Thanks to. Documentaries celebrities and influencers Polly Ameri. An open relationships are going to be more accepted in two thousand nineteen the idea of non monogamy is becoming more widely accepted. And that just means that you're just. Having open relationships are open to you know, being in love with who is that people aren't gonna commit anymore, and that's right. Juliet advocate Hollywood, speak that people don't wanna commit there's to me other options. Yes. So they'll just say, I'm poly-amorous. Well, good for you. Yeah. You know, what that means? Y A M O R Y. So if that's an a profile or something and somebody says that or identifies in that is not for you. Yes. Then you from the Greek for many, many, I yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Because yesterday was the starting of dating I know right wonder how it went for people. I think it's really it's this whole from yesterday all the way up until a couple of days before Valentine's Day. It's a peak time right now people mean business, people are a heck so no that word if poly-amorous is not for you. And you're not into the idea of an open relationship. But move on move on. Okay. Sex dolls. Not the one. Woah points with holes. He was better. Let him money and take home. Yes. Fancy sex.
"ameri" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Think I think that there is limo loving that happens at the Golden Globes. Think of that long line. You're waiting in for your limo for your turn to even open the door that is a long line. I land said limo loving was when Angelina Jolie and Billy Bob Thornton tumbled out, and they basically smelled like sex booze and cigarettes and they admitted Billy. Yeah. Billy. The guy anyway. Maybe more level eleven is happening on the way home. You know, I'm just saying long day because the limo, you know, you don't wanna brag there's too many dresses where people are laying Zonta play. Okay. So the sex trends experts are predicting these four. Things are going to be huge in twenty nineteen are a much in the same way that. Well, yesterday, bondage and domination be DSM became known when fifty shades of gray was published and a lot of people were titillated excited. They didn't know about it. They were readers of penthouse letters were there is a domination and disciplined chapel. Chapter and all of that. And you know, there weren't as. Yeah. For whatever reason. But so this is what they're saying. Thanks to. Documentaries celebrities and influencers Polly Ameri. An open relationships are going to be more accepted in twenty nineteen the idea of non monogamy is becoming more widely accepted, and that just means you're just. Having open relationships. You're open to you know, being in love with who is that just saying people aren't gonna commit any. That's right. Julia ABC good. I would speak that people. Don't want to commit. There's to me other options. Yes. So they'll just say I'm poly-amorous forgot I would say well good for you. Yeah. Polyurethane over you know, what that means? L Y A M O R Y. So if that's an a profile or something and somebody says that or identifies in that is not for you. Yes. Then you from the Greek for many many. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Because yesterday was the starting of dating I wonder how it went for people. I think it's really it's this whole from yesterday all the way up until a couple days before Valentine's Day. It's a peak time right now people mean business people are so no that word if poly-amorous is not for you. And you're not into the idea of an open relationship. But move on move on. Sexton. Not the ones your magic. Blow up ones with holes. Spent a lot of money and take home. Yes. Fancy sex.
OPEC talks stall as Saudis refuse to exempt Iran from oil cut
"On this that the Russians is what they're more concerned about consumer prices that don't want to count because the don't want prices to increase domestically too much. Yeah. That's right. And it's very hard also to get the Russian oil companies onboard. But Russia well price in roubles is doing much better than we we've seen dollars. So they, of course, they want dodgy trickle down and. Energy minister Novak reiterated this thing there. Okay. At sixty dollars a barrel naturally are trading. Now. It's Russia doing another cut is not as imperative is possibly some of the other OPEC group, especially without the INS says next year the budget oil only seventy five dollars a barrel to balance cut Borussia is a little bit less of a concern urgency. But one thing is for sure that they saw to President Putin happened in two thousand sixteen Putin and Saudi counterpart NBS had a phone conversation. So could potentially come down to that again today. Do the Saudis consider possibly cutting themselves. I mean, they could single handedly control the market if they wanted to. They want everyone to have exemption, and they weren't everyone should know exemptions. So yes, of course, if there is a deal, they will be the wants to cut, but. Colorado fought I said on the way that you twenty over Nigeria Emmanuel catch it. And he said they will not bear the burden in two thousand sixteen. They did that's what makes it very different overwhelming. Traders are telling me walking a very fine line. It's very difficult for them to cut alone into five President Trump's call for oil prices after the White House has shown significant support for the crown prince following the fallout of the killing of democracy. Odin turkey. Thank you very much. Yeah. The Iranians, of course, aren't getting around exemptions. And it seems overhearing hearing from even within OPEC either within the cartel themselves that talking about how each of them has their own reason for maybe not participating fully in the council. We will see what transpires today in Vienna. Bloomberg's Ameri Holden standing by for us in the NFL. Then all right straight ahead on daybreak Europe.
"ameri" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"But you'll never be able to get that actually experience of the customers coming in seeing the product taking it up with you guys with pup joy to be able to bring their pets in and see what toys and what treats their pets kind of gravitate towards is that's really important to us. So we want to be able to tell the brand's story in an immersive way that's very unique to them. I totally agree with you on that. That may be my favorite thing about having retail presence with you guys just for folks to bring in their pets and actually interact with stuff. Yes. Exactly. I think hopefully, we'll be working. On an adventure. Gather soon to really give people a reason to come into the store and bring their poppies and pets with them. So yeah, we're really excited about it. That's how the mission, and you know, why we're doing this Anne-Marie again, Ameri Kovacs is my partner and the company she's been in Chicago for about a decade. Now, I've made several trips to Chicago. And I still remember the first time I was there air locking through downtown and just kind of cell in love with the city outside of that d- startup community in Chicago, don't get enough credit. It's a community. I don't know how there's not more press or more awareness for the Chicago start community. But I can tell you right now, not only are we in Chicago. But of all the brands we have in the store, I think there's eight of their from Chicago. So pretty clear indicator that Chicago's a special place. I agree big props to the Chicago start. Yup. Community. I think it's starting to get a little more press, but it's duly deserve. So I know this is kind of a pilot for store for you. And there's a broader vision where do you guys hope to go with a pop boxes concept? Yeah. So I think we're very new the new store is we just launched in October. It's going to be running through December twenty four. So we're already working on the next theme, which will hopefully be unveiling soon and outside of that. We're looking to continue focusing on the business growing, the business finding more partners. And hopefully, you know, mid delay. Twenty eighteen will be looking to start expanding to a second location. So really right now, we're in the thick of it. We're living that startup life. And we haven't we haven't had a chance to stop since.
Alibaba takes joint venture route to Russia expansion
"Alibaba is setting up a two billion dollar joint. Venture with Russian billionaire shirt was Mahnaz internet services firm, mail dot argue, the deal will see the online marketplaces of the two companies merged in Russia and is backed by the Kremlin. So we're the Russian direct investment fund Alibaba will fold it's rush operations, including Ali express and team all into this venture. Well, mail dot are you will fold in its panned out marketplace into the new company as well. That Alibaba deal was signed on the sidelines of the Eastern Economic forum in Vostok, Bloomberg's Anne-Marie Hordern spoke to Russian direct investment funds. CEO Kirill Dmitriev about why Alibaba chose Russia for expansion. The already quite significant business here. So like several billion dollars a year in volume it's growing fifty to seventy percent a year. So it's a very fast growing business and Russia very promising market, but for cloud computing for intelligence, so it's a natural partner for somebody like Alibaba. So in the press conference, you were talking about how and also Mr Evans was talking about how Jack Ma himself was involved in this deal. Can you take me through that? So we've been working on it for about two years and for us. It was very important that when the very little discussion was Jack Margaret really appreciated his passion and his passion is really about transferring know-how and knowledge into Russian seeing the great opportunity that exists in Russia for small medium business for young people. So we really clicked on this passion to deliver value to Russian consumers. And then we works details because for foreign businesses. It's very important to have data in Russia and we worked to lots of details and I'm used to Evans touched on. No, just you know, grand ideas, that said we worked through lots of details about localization about synergies about having a Russian payment systems. It's tre. So it took quite some time. But we have a very solid foundation now, and I believe the current Alibaba business will grow ten times more in the next five seven years, you were just in meetings with President Vladimir Putin. Does he have a good relationship with Jack Ma well he commented that he doesn't believe that Jack would retire because he's too so young and we laughed about this. And the he appreciates check is doing. And I think Jack moss passion in education field fields that he will pursue a troll is felt insured. And when Jack Ma. Finished his presentation, and his ideas underwear. As investors in the room. Everybody clapped to ship sorts of speaker about innovation. So we have great relationship for we appreciate that. He is. He cares about Russia. You know and the Bill built on. Russian direct investment fund. Ceo, Carol Dmitriev there with Bloomberg's Ameri Horton.
"ameri" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"I think it will have by the way an impact Be more cars. On the road I expect woman would be. More, empowered the more mobile and I they would participate more The job market over time so I think it's going, to contribute to employment Females Saudi. Arabia so I think it's a good. Thing I think, a secondary. Effect to be probably higher gasoline demand At the end they're also said I know, he has daughters, looking. Forward to them getting behind the wheel and he said absolutely we should. Note narrow while the government did one of course promote this The end as a sign of women rights advancing in the country while this was happening we did have, women rights activists many who had campaigned for years for, this actually be. Arrested on national security grounds women as. Well in the country continue to acquire in. Terms of traveling. In terms of getting married but. Now they don't, need approval when getting undressed precise definitely still work thank you so much, to Ameri Holden, that's. What we have today for Bloomberg business I'm Nara, chayhitch this, is Bloomberg Are.
"ameri" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"You in Hollywood ready to count. Down the biggest hits in the USA and today on the, show we're gonna hear from BB Wreksa about the huge ear she said so. Far also get an update from Kim, Kardashian west and Taylor swift maroon five and. Ari facing off before we do that here's the top three from last week Taylor. Delegates Number two friends marshmallow Ameri Number one, maroon five That's how. We left last week now we go, brush forty. Ed. Sheeran kicking, it perfect Chicago Found Me Follow ma Found Sweet I never knew Leading The kids when we Kidding me Maybe Gene Babe Sunday Kevin Secret Sheeran forty on the. Countdown.
"ameri" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Radio our and our guests Ameri Mallika and Jack Josh calling from decent hall, solutions a crisis management firm in Washington DC talking about when we went to break we were talking about the changing dynamic between the between men and women. In the workforce as a result of hashtag me to some of it is negative but we. All three of us, believe that we can make something really positive out of it. And so you know I'm I'm to look back as Marie and I both noted we've. Frequently been the only woman in the. Room and and I think you're absolutely right there. Were different dynamics in those days I remember one senior manager Thing to me You think, like a man I guess that means I'm logical and rational And I had another occasion I actually somebody who later became. A really good friend of. Mine and have a chat with last night Who said I was looking at your legs and then. I realized I was listening. To every word you said and you know it's cringe-worthy when we think about it in twenty eighteen terms But that guy meant it as a as a compliment And in those days a woman would just have said thank you and move right along. Because know I was just one of the guys today, if a man said something like that to a. Woman I shudder to think, what would happen to him it certainly wouldn't be good No it wouldn't Josh what? Do you? Think, what happened It. Could be, it can be, fairly severe, I mean we've seen we you, know one of the things that folks I think this is even more true for, for. Men were a little bit older sir not really getting what the red line is that you're not supposed. To cross or even tiptoe up to and. Some? Of this stuff is fairly subjective right and so that you again have to strike this, balance between what is you know how how do we maintain a culture where everyone enjoys spending time together at for eight hours a day versus how do we make sure that we're not. Offending anyone and those are difficult questions and so I think it, depends on who the communists made to frankly and sadly, as to what type of backlash is but it could be a wide range of. Outcomes from nothing happening? To to Termination and I think if you look at sort of the media coverage of the of how this has been happening at some pretty big companies a number of which, have been, in Silicon Valley or in the tech industries. And sort, of related fields, there are, people that have lost their jobs, that you might not have heard about their you know their dealings and then being, these. Big bad Harvey Weinstein's however there was a pattern of behavior that went on for a long period of. Time and then when they were given you. Know? When that was called to they were called to the coin on that Hager and they, were given opportunities to rectify they didn't there were consequences to those to those behaviors and I think that's important I think it's important particularly for women to know that there are consequences for. That bad behavior but I also think it's important for women and, men to get back to having a conversation of where, is that red line that Josh mentioned and that red line is you know Not universally the same for you know Josh. And I are about the same age we've been colleagues and friends for you know many years now he and I can have some jokes, that are different than perhaps you know a new hire that has never been in the office that doesn't. Know my sense of humor or his and so those are our subjective things that you, know you can't there's, not going to be a perfect. Playbook and. That's, why we're having this open dialogue of me being able to say to judge you. Know I wasn't comfortable with you, saying that, and saying why and sure, that puts the onus on women which as a woman I'm sure other women listening to this are. Thinking what is she doing you know she's, setting us up for for. More heartache and more challenges but you know we have to set some boundaries as well and, it's important that there are those conversations and those clear lines and that the lines of communication stay open I think you're absolutely right and that brings me as I go, back to Looking at the comments in this survey give both..
"ameri" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Ronin one two point seven kiss fm l number one hit music station what are you doing this morning how are you doing now shannon is on our vine she says she's a self proclaimed married man magnet sounds good yeah so think about that took me a minute all right friends marshmallow ameri kiss fm up me crazy the annoy users we were lying me away that made me again with your now eighty insane awnings on me away with how you spell friends i n d get that is.
"ameri" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"Ameri and i go from there to a bar but marie and adrian had been as i said it sushi samba and i'm texting with them in adrian's not responding to ari's tax and that's got ardy on a bit of tilt and so it's just me and arty at one thirty in the morning walking around i think we're in greenwich village looking for them and couldn't find them annemarie you know she's been in new york plenty but she doesn't know exactly where it is she's giving me an address couldn't be possibles we eventually find them already some sure he would acknowledge not in the greatest of shape and so were walking all over the place he's getting gassed he has to stop going to run in this place and get a slice real quick so like at one thirty in the morning he owes it slice of pizza then we finally find them and already not feeling great because he hadn't eaten as i said and then he finally got something but he's not feeling great and it's just me adrian and annemarie hanging out at the bar already doesn't drink and rabih essence because how to go and i i simple said i night at it was kind of you know nothing i did nothing and the second night was pretty damn good oh you know we had some some chemistry in it was better i still awkward sitting there own was him and dies because what the hell am i gonna do but you know try to do most that i could and in a weird spot but the other you know two and a half hours were great and so we have a good conversation i know i got a fly out to entering are flying out to west palm in the morning to go down there and do the spring training shows and the way it was left with everybody with the show was we're going to give you a call and we're gonna have you come back up and do more shows and i'm thinking to myself man you know this this could be this could be it this could be this could this.
"ameri" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"I when i had him in the little putting konta ameri gulf at an air kweekeh he hit a beautiful putt night and i said something like man that is as beautiful as a ten strikeout game in the in october in the lcs and i heard him muttered i wasn't sure thirteen pal he did say said thirteen the because there it is will your famous for kinda like stumbling around in those moments early confusing your stats you do a great job i could never do what murph dozen of situation but you've been known to do stuff like that introduced the wrong people die forgotten this will clark one year we should why these people keep hired me because i worked for free coq do you know the brian murphy foggy story break it down there he's never heard it so also pebble beach related fergie is the is the lady humps the hold up the apstar who sang with blackeyed peas right ferdi correct she married to just do dumas sailing aren't i've been doing the eye more we'd be doing pebble long enough to see when they came together yeah and now have since settles hollywood things it's tough to keep those together have set a lotta people without efforts sonal steve sans good friend golf channel zone nbc great golf analyst golf commentator gulf interviewer steve sanders him on the show sandy effect the tiger revere today tiger maybe we should have sans air tomorrow pardon me have set sands outcome sandy it's allowing me anyway he goes he goes you know it's kind of funny goes actually no i got to know josh do mel real wealth through some golf events and now i'm friend i'm actually friends with the couple as he acres it's crazy i can't believe i'm friends with furby and josh do mel and he goes you you know you're you're really in when you call her by her real name stacy he was caller stacy and he goes she'll know that you're in he goes because i said i love to get her on the show is as caller stacy so so sure enough they come off the golf course to mallon ferdi and here they come coming right at me and i.
"ameri" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Coming up spain's constitutional crisis worsens as the catalan leader rejects madrid's decision over direct rule the humiliation sought by the spanish government as a guardian of full cutter lund public life is incompatible with a democratic attitude and is situated outside right the rule of law also soulsearching in molzer after the murder of a leading journalist an anti corruption campaign ah i couldn't get myself to understand that this had happened opponent to her about this had happened to our country it is a night there's a nightmare of sorts and here with me for the whole program itchiness davis africa correspondent for the wall street journal ensuring elfeki writer and academic on sexuality in the arab region will here on weekends first the world news bbc news with simone ameri the people of japan voting in a snap general election which opinion polls suggest that prime minister shimon lobby will win comfortably to two albanians gone to the country to seek a new mandate to revive the economy and to continue his tough stance on foreign policy the same from tokyo here's rupert wingfield hayes missed out a call this election in september a snap election over a year before he needed to go to the polls and in fact it says not been at popula decision about twothirds of japanese people polled said they disapprove of him calling election now despite all of that and despite the fact that mr abbas not hugely personally popular amongst the japanese electorate it looks like he is going to win in that will give him another four years in power and an opportunity to push ahead with what he says he wants to do now with his final turned to change japan's constitution and to get rid of the clause that makes japan a pacifist nation so it is an important election because that would be a huge change for this country all fine living former presidents in the united states of team down pettitte benefit concert in texas for victims of recent americans jimmy carter george bush senior george w bush bill clinton and barack obama have la that an appeal that so far raised more than thirty million dollars bill clinton said the public response to the storms showed the best of america there is still work to turkey and in.
"ameri" Discussed on Your Mom's House
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"ameri" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel
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