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"amy smith" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"A hundred forty trucks out to treat the roads beginning with bridges interchanges and other elevated surfaces Lewis newsradio ten eighty KRLD now eight forty three Texas a and M. has settled a lawsuit with Pete up over testing involving dogs Peter claimed a them use filters on Facebook to hide comments containing words like abuse testing and dogs for years Peter has protested medical research used on dogs at the university now a and M. says it'll stop and pay seventy five thousand dollars in legal fees a and M. says they can still delete comments for relevancy Pete attorney gave Walter says not so fast we think that when a public university opens the interactive spaces of its own social media pages it doesn't get to select for the comments that it like and delete the comments but it doesn't like under the settlement the school admits no wrongdoing in a statement a and M. spokeswoman Amy Smith says we believe that we have found a way to move forward to end this litigation that demonstrates our university strong commitment to the first amendment Barbara Schwartz newsradio ten eighty KRLD so here in Texas most everywhere else highways get names yeah I barely in South Carolina they give names to enter changes yes a way interchange yes they do so there's there's one coming up it's so the junction of interstate eighty five and three eighty five near Greenville South Carolina yes two options left the president Donald Trump interchange or the president's Morocco Bhama interchange of all right not surprisingly the preferences in this question of fall along clear partisan line no okay legislatures going to be voting on it soon this is a bigger change though about two hundred thousand vehicles pass through it each day and bunch of movers and shakers that will be a red interchangeably one that's a good way to look at it I guess eight forty for traffic and weather together on the aids coming up here's the thing saving money with geico was almost better than playing pickup basketball because there's always that.
"amy smith" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"Someone said about their center might have even been on. I r because i'll be honest with you. I'm trying to get into the to the steelers opponents for the week. I've been everything that i've studied this off. Season and it's pretty season has been the steelers. I've completely focused on them. I could have named you every player on their on their preseason roster. I kind of knew what was going on on there so i haven't been paying as much attention around the league. I think there's a couple of running backs that didn't it won't play. They didn't sign that's somewhat sarcasm because i think everyone knows about that but yeah i haven't even been following this kind of stuff so some people a lot of people arrangements domains question in the live chat so yeah there we go snowman they go. Thanks everyone for answers question. Do we have anything else so that's my brother. That says he'll tell me after the podcast sums up okay here we go. Let's look lose. Any of the numbers wanna see here we go. There's a good one a nico benz throwing three touchdowns. I think he's going to take that much to win. Not throwing three touchdown but there's gonna score over three touchdowns to win this game. The patriots just put up more than twenty points at home. That's what they do so that would it'd be a good one so i'm continuing to try to find through here and you'll hear lots of good stuff here with the live chat tonight lots of people hop and lots. It's a good conversation back and forth but this this might be the last one we do right here. Is tom and gonna pull out any. I don't think so if if there are places probably gonna go be credited more towards the towards the coordinators. I don't see anything tricky on defense. Defense has is going to kind of do what they do. It's kinda hard to ride trick play on defense <hes> if they do try to do something trick special teams. I don't know if that's a talented dailies. Danny amy smith thing and any kind of trick play. That's got rainy figuring all over it. Are they going to try to trick plays. I don't know that i'm going to call a trick play. Eh but i'm gonna say you're gonna see you're gonna see at least three or four times that the steelers are going to do something that you are expecting or something and you haven't seen before whether it'd be something strange with their personnel whether it be. I don't see them snapping the ball to anybody buddy other than ben rothlisberger. Maybe you see something crazy with james. Connor split out wide to wide receivers next to ban or something like that so i'm not saying it's for sure. I'm just trying to give an example of something that you could see something a little bit more crazy trying to catch them off guard. I don't think you're going to see the to create dennis that the patriots will try to pull you know the stuff they did against the ravens several years ago where they're splitting offensive lineman out wide a lining up eligible guys is is ineligible to confuse people and things like that. I don't think they're going to go that far but but will say that before we get going. Oh wait. We do have one more question here. Someone said is adamant. Hurt the report from ian rapoport from e._s._p._n. The n. after the patriots preseason game element left where it seemed like he had reinjured his thumb that he'd had a problem with was that wasn't a serious this injury..
"amy smith" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Biscuit for bringing this situation to light the issue specifically at the Louis prison west of of the valley where prisoners and correction officers both told him that. There was an issue in the prison specifically with the doors not looking. This story has snowballed is that a good way to put it to where we learn that through other people coming forward many afraid to use the real names or attached their names to this. And you'll understand why her saying first off Louis prison is not unique. Other prisons are similar. That there is a culture that you don't say anything, you certainly don't complain to your boss about this and that attacks on inmates and worse attacks on correction. Officers are going to continue because that's the way it is yesterday. We learned that another corrections officer was attacked not ten thirty and stabbed with a piece of metal. Last week. We spoke to a corrections officer who was in one of those videos, Bruce. You have Eddie Garza who was attacked at Lewes prison in October of last year had to go through a couple of different surgeries. He was beaten up so bad. And we had them in studio. And here's here's what he had to say confronted me. And he got an automobile to my face. And all like, oh, yeah. It's about to go down. And I knew was going to go down. But I was going to go down between me and him and. At the other end up coming from behind in sucker punch me. And unfortunately, things I had an OJT with me, which is a on the job training by himself, basically, basically and. Eventually you had some of his other corrections officers who came into his who has to his aid to help them out. And that is why he says he still works at the prison. He went back. He went back on a cut residency. That's one. I feel like I to my brothers and sisters at my unit. Buckley unit. For being there for me that night. I I know how bad the conditions are. I know how short staffed we are as it is. I don't wanna be a coward out and abandoned them instead come back and be able to help him out. I'm still hopeful for a change. I'm all for that. We can make a difference still and things can get better. So Garza's talking about this. I really appreciate his attitude. I wonder if it's misplaced. He's he's been outspoken. He came he talked about his situation there. He's had multiple surgeries to to from the attack that he suffered at the hands of inmates, plural. But as we have continued to talk about the story because I think it's really important for people to understand that there's a state prison in Arizona with locks Loxton work, and then they put pod locks on it. And then they're taking inmates out of it. Because it just isn't working. But we then find out from multiple other people that. The reason why we haven't really heard about this before Bruce is because there's this culture of you. Don't speak up. Do the right thing actually warn to watch their back from other prisoners other officers is free bad people are so scared. Thing about you know. Supervisor's eating. Check Ryan is is the head of the department of corrections director there he's been the the head of drunk rectors at two different times in his career. I got an Email from a listener who gave a story about how. Choose a Louis prison. I say she I don't know. It's Lewis prison where it meets when walk up to the officers control room window, tell the office or what to do who to let out of cells, and who not if officers would open the wrong door, the mate head would go to the window and ripped the officer a new one inmates run that prison. We just got a call on the open mic line as well about this situation. Like like, you said people are coming out of the woodwork. There finally feeling in power. You're hearing other people tell their stories and they're contributing Bruce in Phoenix. Meant a former prison guard from Louis Brayden through his job there because of pressure. He was getting other guards to do favors for the Knicks. And he said this went on for a year any told them he was not interested in this kind of spiracy. And he said it never stopped. I have no idea. That's valid claim that is disturbing. If it is true. But play this out in your head. You were going to prison where the doors don't lock where anytime you walk into certain areas of the prison inmates can open up their doors and come out and confront you in mass. Are you more likely to negotiate? To try to have some sort of an amicable relationship with these prisoners as opposed to maybe in a prison where you run the prison, and they know it. Did you mean by that? If every time you walk into the pod, they can open their doors and come out that's going to be a very different relationship with prisoners. Then if they're constantly locked up unless you walk up at the key. We're hearing more about the relationship that's going on there. At Lewis presentation. Listen to this one and Phoenix because I've been a religious volunteer a minister, and I've worked in the prison system. I know many corrections officers at Perryville at Florence, and I'm in phone plex, and for many years now, they have referred Chuck Ryan as lion Ryan for a reason. At some point. There's a count ability. There has to be somebody's got that buck stops here on their desk somewhere, right? Is it not reasonable that? The director of the department of corrections Charles Ryan enters to some of this. Assuming maybe some of its disgruntled employees, maybe some people are exaggerating. Okay. But it can't all be that way. And we have injured officers and inmates because of it. All right. So hey, you know, what who couldn't use an extra thousand dollars yet? We all could an Amy Smith actually got it. Yes. She won the cash with the KTAR call for cash. How did she do? It was she text the word cash to four one one nine two three. You can do that. Text the word cash to four one one nine two three. And then listen for your name at seven forty five in the morning and four forty five in the afternoon, and you could be our next KTAR call for cash winner. You'll maybe the more you hear about our prison system, the more disappointing it is and there's a variety of solid arguments. I'd one listener emailed.
"amy smith" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood
"And now, Sarah, it is time for this week's Hollywood hack, and this comes from you its commission a piece of art. You did this. I did a couple years ago when I sort of started getting serious about my health more than a couple now. My doctor said to me how motivated are you, and that just sort of crystallized a lot of things for man. I felt like okay, I need that. How motivated are you somewhere where I can always see it? And we happen to know an artist's named Amy Smith who does these really cool kind of collage pieces of art with words on them. She does a lot of other amazing stuff too. But I thought okay, I should call Amy and say can you make something for me with how? Motivated, are you on it? And I knew I wanted it to be like a big piece of art on my bathroom wall that I would see in the mirror. So I asked her how motivated are you backwards? I love on the art. So it's looks right in the mirror since that's how I see it most of the time. And I love it. I see it. Obviously everyday many times a day, and it really keeps me focused and inspired. And it's also I just think it's a really cool piece of art. And now artists just so assessable like you actually have something commissioned and not spend forty thousand dollars. You can go to Oetzi and do this. Yeah. And Amy did such an amazing job. We'll have the picture on our website. So people can actually see yours. How motivated are you an everybody we will link to Amy Smith's website. So you can see her work and Sarah. I've noticed on Oetzi that you can also have a needlepoint pillow commissioned with something on. So maybe that's what I should do. There you go explode on a needlepoint pillow. Okay. Sarah. It is time for this week celebrity sighting. And I have to say this isn't someone that either of us actually saw. But it was such a big a list citing that we had to bring it up. And I was actually there just didn't see the person, but I was in the vicinity so a few weeks ago, we did a recording session or I should say are composer. Greg trippy did a recording session at Jim Henson studios to do music for the finale of season, one of the fix which was amazing. And it's the same studio where we are the world was regretted any exact room where they did. We are the world is where we were recording. Cool. Anyway, there, of course other studios there it's not just one that's like a whole building with various recording studios. And Brad cats are editor went to the bathroom. And when he was washing his hands. He looked over. And there was John Mayer John Mayer was in the building recording the exact same time that we were recording and John Mayer. I think said Hello, you know, as one does we have a lot of experience at men's bathroom. And then I must say I was sort of skulking around the hallways hoping that John air would like emerge from his studio, and I would see him, but he did not emerge at least not when I was walking around. But you know, it was still very exciting. You were like two ships passing in the recording studio. Now, we were it was very exciting. So I mean, you know, John Mayer like that's his Hollywood is again. And that's it for this episode of happier in Hollywood Email us or send us a voice memo to happier in Hollywood g mail dot com. Thanks for listening. Please for the love of God. Subscribe..
"amy smith" Discussed on The Big 98
"We're talking about the shows that are binged most often on Netflix. I'd never heard of that show on my block. And so apparently, Amy Smith break watching it. Well, yeah. I mean, I dabbled with it. And the first episode. I was like, okay. This is ridiculous. I don't even know who's watching this. Who's binging this kids, and then are some of the content in there. I'm like if I'm a parent. I do not want my kids binging this. The number one most binged show enough the show that none of us had ever heard of called on my blog and Amy started watching it. So how many episodes did you watch? While I think I got three. And. On the first one I was going to give up halfway through. But I just kept it rolling because I was doing other things while it was on. And by the time episode on I was like, okay. They're kind of reeling me in because there's this kid he gets in a gang. And then the friends are trying to figure out how to get them out. And I have this thing with gangs. And I'm like, oh my gosh. She got jumped in like, there's no way is going to get out. Once you're jumped in dealing reality death. I mean from my gang knowledge jumped in jumped beat up the. They have to jump you. That's sorry. Amy, surround her Lincoln, Tom analogy. Like, yeah. I don't know the Amy's ever even seen a gang whatever they're somewhere at my school. Don't whatever me. Very grade. I'm into full more in there was gangs. That's unreal. Gang. Yes. There was also Austin we had real gangs too. I promise you they hung out on the first floor. I didn't go down there. On my blog. Yeah. So then these kids they try to like help their friend get out, and that's like the whole rest of it. And I can see how it could pull you in. But then the content just got so ridiculous. And it was so immature that I couldn't let myself go on. So I'm like, I need to know who's binging this. Yeah. It's the number one show. I guess all if the young show. Yeah. But that's a lot of kids on net. Flicks, benching then there's a woman who wants to use a sperm donor because she says her husband isn't attractive enough. That's rude. This'll be a good TV show. I've been to this show. That's so awful. Who stays with her? That's so sad and depressing. Yeah. This woman said, hey, listen, we we wanna have kids, but I don't feel like you're good looking enough to him. NFL? Our kids are hotter than our kids will be happier and have an easier life. And so she's gonna take sperm donor. Eggs are just fine. Listen, I don't know. They'd have put a picture the one of them on this. I'm not worried about it. I I mean looks are relative at times. So I mean, I don't know. I'm just saying, okay. Why why why would your genetics work, but mine wouldn't brewed the guy posted an update that after talking about it? They are starting divorce proceedings. He's smart. See smart. Yeah. Yeah. Right now your credit for being smart. I know always wonder like if I ever have a kid, and I hope to have kids one day. If I ended up getting with somebody who has no athletic ability and his goofy goofiest, no athletic ability, kid. I thought I thought you had athletic ability. I worked hard like look at me when I was dancing with the stars. Work. Yeah. This kid doesn't have a chance. Like back in the old days. You just find the strongest person rhythm. So so let's say you end up with someone that has no athletic ability. Do you go to her? And you're like, hey, do you think we could get eggs from someone? Thank you, please. For letting me be a dad. Marrying me because I'm such a freak show. That's why I say, yeah. We're back, by the way. Thank you for hanging out with us. It is the Bobby bones show. We're gonna catch up on all of our holiday stuff. Steph. Our new your stuff all coming.
"amy smith" Discussed on The Big 98
"I'm in for the win a lot of times if you can find the actor you can find the movie. Yeah. I found the actor. I think another actor Amy Smith. Hitch box. Come on it hits. Right. We're down the sudden death. Makes up for. And action. Oh, we only use ten percent of our brains. I think we've used. Oh, man. Hit it. So we only use ten percent of our brains. I think we used cars. What is this? You win. What is that guy's name? I have the guy's name. Do you? Write your answer down. Mike. The win. I love you, man. It doesn't even the movie. Yeah. The guy. I couldn't come up with. I know. For the win guy. Owen wilson. Now, what's the movie? Sorry. I know all these people are screaming in their cars, thinking lunchbox idiots, and we are. We are. I mean, man. Like, Ryan Gosling to me, it sounded like a cartoon character pay you still hitting on that you won.
"amy smith" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"W w j news time one six in the shadow of Thursday's testimony on Capitol Hill over allegations of sexual assault by supreme court nominee. Brett Cavanaugh calls place to organizations which provide support to sexual assault. Victims have skyrocketed the national sexual assault. Hotline says it received a one hundred forty seven percent increase in calls Thursday, an uptick was seen locally as well. We kinda see a number of a lot of different responses. From the community. And and when we see those increased calls, but I I would believe that percentage is to be that high. Amy Smith is co director of advocacy for Wayne County safe. She says stories of abuse or alleged abuse on a national scale can cause a trigger in victims. Dr Ford put herself on on in front of the world and not everybody is able to do that. And it's not safe for everyone to do that either. Jason Scott, WWE J NewsRadio nine fifty a former Michigan State University psychologist involved in the Larry Nassar scandal has been forced to permanently surrender his license. The State Department of licensing and regulatory affairs Friday announced that Gary stolen will permanently surrender his license after failing to tell authorities about suspected abuse by Larry Nassar back in two thousand four still a treated then twelve year old Kyle Stevens, a Nassar family friend who told her parents, and stolen that she had been sexually abused for years by Nasser. Instead. Notifying law enforcement stolen, arranged a meeting between Nasser and Stevens. Parents who did not believe their daughter actions had already caused me significant English my father, and I did our best to patch up our tattered relationship before he committed suicide and do sixteen that was Stevens last April during her survivor impact statement at Nassar's trial, the seventy nine year old stolen has been retired from Michigan state since two thousand ten John Hewitt w j NewsRadio nine fifty. W.
"amy smith" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Heart and calls. I've been getting emails and texts. It's just it's been rough to see and we haven't had a process, I think we can be proud of CBS news. Correspondent Nancy Cortes. You heard John Cornyn Republican Senator from Texas on the floor saying well now we just have another week where anyone can come forward and make another allegation and take a wack at cavenaugh. Like, he's opinion. There is a great deal of concern that Republicans now sort of lose control of where all this goes. Which is of course, why they didn't want an FBI investigation in the first place. CBS news update. I'm math piper. Recent testimony in Capitol Hill is triggered a high percentage of calls to organizations with offer to support to sexual assault survivors, Amy Smith is co director of advocacy for the Wayne County safe that sexual assault forensic examiner program. The nature of what's happening is is triggering and upsetting. We're also seeing people who are reaching out for help for the first time because it has been an something maybe that they haven't disclosed are dealt with in the past on Thursday, the national sexual assault hotline received an uptick in calls roughly one hundred forty seven percent compared to common weekday former Michigan State University psychologist involved in Larry Nassar scandal is surrendered his license. The State Department of licensing and regulatory affairs and attorney general announced this morning that Gary Stolac will permanently surrender his license in early investigation showed Stolac favorite failed to tell authorities about the suspected abuse. Ben Nasser solid didn't contest the. Findings is part of the consent. Order stolac. Licensed to practice psychology cannot be reinstated reissued or reactivated at any future time. Police are talking with to in connection.
"amy smith" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"But it seems like a loss in Milwaukee tonight. Five through the score in the bottom. Half of the seventh. Inning will details and highlights at ten forty five. The Newswatch never stops. CBS news update. There hasn't been forward motion on the Brett Cavanaugh supreme court nomination. But not enough to get it to a final Senate vote for at least a week judiciary committee approved nomination. But with a big condition at the FBI take another look at recent allegations against him not was forced by our Zona Republican Jeff flake whose vote is needed had just decided this morning to go ahead and vote for judge cavenaugh. But then he told the democratic colleague, quote, I'm really having trouble with this Republicans tried to talk in out of this idea of a week long delay even at a last minute phone, call with deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein before making up his mind. Correspondent Nancy Cortez. Sought majority leader Mitch McConnell says Cavanaugh has been vetted. A committee has also thoroughly investigated the last minute allegations that have been brought forward the evidence that has been produced either fail fails to corroborate these accusations Orrin FOX reports judge Kavanagh's unequivocal denial CBS news update. I'm Tom Foty. Gordon Liddy Brad Kavanagh vehemently denies all accusations of sexual assault. Major uptick in calls Thursday to the national sexual assault. Hotline yours WWE jas Jason Scott when compared to a normal weekday the national sexual assault hotline received a one hundred forty seven percent increase in calls Thursday. Some experts say such national stories of abuse or potential abuse can trigger past experiences. So we're seeing people who are in some respects defining experiences that they had in their past that we're not consensual Amy Smith co director of advocacy for Wayne County safe for some folks, they're coming to a realization of that in this very moment as the here, Dr Ford testify about her experience, and then the trauma, she experienced. So we absolutely see a correlation between national news and these conversations being highlighted Jason, Scott, w w. Jay NewsRadio nine fifty. If we're in Michigan State University psychologists says permanently surrendered his license to practice after allegedly failing to a former thirties of abuse. By disgraced former gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar that can two thousand four carry stolen treated, then twelve year old Kyle Stevens and Nassar family friend who said she'd been sexually abused for years instead of notifying law enforcement, still lack arranged a meeting between Nasser and Stevens. Parents who do not believe their daughter for me. It was a girl wanting the pain to stop so badly that she woke up for months to the thought I wanna die sexual abuse is so much more than a serving physical act. It changes the trajectory of a victim's life. And that is something that no one has the right to do Stevens back in April. During her survivor impact statement at Nassar's trial, the seventy nine year old stolen retired from MSU nearly a decade ago. A federal judge in Washington C says members of congress have legal standing to sue President Trump for allegedly violating the US. Constitutions emoluments clause the clause prohibits government officials from accepting benefits from foreign governments. Some Democrats say that includes foreign officials staying at Trump branded properties. This is a very significant decision because the emoluments clause which bars the president from receiving payments and benefits from foreign governments has never really been tested in court. Of course, we've never had a president who has refused to divest himself of his worldwide business interests, either the case still has a way to go. But it keeps President Trump on notice that courts may ultimately rule that he has a conflict of interest whenever he performs his duties on our nation's behalf. CBS news legal analyst team Rosenbaum reporting after vowing repeatedly to allow the government to shut down. President Trump signed a massive spending Bill Friday just days before the October first deadline. There were some concerns regarding whether the president would sign the Bill or not in months past Trump has been very vocal about allowing the government to shut down. If there weren't enough funds to support his signature campaign promise of a US, Mexico border wall. I would have no problem doing a shutdown. It's time we had proper border security and less than a week ago. Trump tweeted the spending Bill was quote ridiculous. And that Republicans must finally get tough. The Bill will keep the government open through December seventh. I'm Andy rose reporting. If a member of the Jefferson airplane credited with helping to create the San Francisco counterculture died or from CBS news correspondent Bill Rakoff..
"amy smith" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Out on YouTube definitely look up our grammar humor playlist and check out getting. Schooled UK style so you could see our conversation. With Amy Smith she was so funny and so, professional, and agronomy Yeah and. She was a comedian to after the show yeah Yeah I wish I would've, known I don't think we asked her any. Questions about that but after the show she was so cool we were chatting chatting. With her for a little while and she mentioned. She was she did comedy just. Like us for a while she. Was. So good at it you'd better than us at it. Actually I. Just. Think it is all dog groomers are nuts that's that's yeah. Dog remers you gotta be. Nuts to be a dog groomer so a one hundred percent we're. Just that type of. Person that would do comedy or something you gotta be. Crazy I remember you remember. That. Show jobs with Mike Rowe I think his name. Was And he did a Doberman was one of the way he did. Thing on dog grooming. And it wasn't even it was a decent episode but. It wasn't even the half How dirty this, job really could, get, I hope to rectify that one day I wanna. Do, I. Want to get in touch with micro and be like dude that was a good episode, but we got no let's really show real everything, that to our shop yeah exactly And half I mean maybe he didn't want, to, do like to to dirty, but some of, the, stuff that that guy did was all Schumer episode. I'll, pass Yeah but yeah getting back to the sanitary, comes, listen if you want to avoid, some of these problems get a dog that doesn't require a whole. Lot of grooming like. You won't have, this problem with say like a French bulldog pit bull miniature pinschers won't have, this problem, because they, just. Don't grow hair they're flat coated dogs but you know if you do have. A dog like bijon. Multi. She to. Like we, said cocker spaniel golden doodles etc definitely stay on top, of this sanitary clip and keep them nice and clean so that didn't. Problems Yep Yeah that's, a good, it. Makes a lot of sense I think I think we think there enough yeah. We got it all. In Yeah Again I might have one more. Left You just keep, saying if it's making me laugh Exactly But it's a sow acting like such as finger. Anthony Let's wrap things. Up here wrap it up all right wrap, it up thank you so much for stopping by, guys As always we like to thank our producer. And also Pol jobs, to. Our producer for the for this episode. In advance because of how much we're saying shrink and, so thank you Mark thank. You for putting up with that. And if you haven't already head. On over to channel it's called grooming by Rudy that's everybody on, YouTube dot com leave a comment like shared. Bribe we want to.
"amy smith" Discussed on WDRC
"Call me welcome welcome to the world of a prosecutor and a jury trying to figure out who's telling the truth and who's not and and it's a challenge in courtrooms all across the country every single day so what people do is they use their na godgiven common and then they say who has a motive for line i mean that's the best we can do we're not human polygraphs we are not wired to immediately know this person's telling the truth and this person just is not an sometimes sometimes and i'll bet you it happened with president trump and jim komi they both think they're telling the truth they both witnessed the same event and they have diametrically different recollections of it that does not mean either one of them's why it just means one of them's wrong ally is is an intent to deceive about a material fact and chairman i gotta ask you do you believe that the referral of the criminal referral of andrew mccabe will result in an indictment probably i'd say probably because you know horowitz is a pretty good job of laying out the chronology and i hope what all of us want is the same thing to happen to andy smith or andy jones or amy smith or amy jones has happens to anne mccabe the lady wears a blindfold ryan she wears it for a reason she's not supposed to know who's in front of her and if you were out would be referred for a false statement than any mccabe should be referred also would you have do you have a look you look to talk to comi again at some point i i've actually other than one little flirt the politico's asian of the fbi i never had a crossword wedding we i look i supported him when nobody else did an encryption fight with a little company called apple i wanted him throughout most of two thousand sixteen when democrats wanted to put him in jail so so i i have a definitive when i thought it was right and i've criticized thought he was not right i would love a chance to to question him again on some of the things we've raised today for instance why didn't you do something when you had questions about loretta lynch why didn't you leak then why not a special counsel in that case why for trump but not for clinton.
"amy smith" Discussed on WLOB
"Homey welcome welcome to the world of a prosecutor and a jury trying to figure out who's telling the truth and who's not and and it's a challenge in courtrooms all across the country every single day so what people do is they use their na godgiven commonsense and then they say who has a motive for line i mean that's the best we can do we're not human polygraphs we are not wired to immediately know this person's telling the truth and this person just is not and sometimes sometimes and i'll bet you it happened with president trump and jim komi they both think they're telling the truth they both witnessed the same event diametrically different recollections of it that does not mean either one of them's why it just means one of them's wrong ally is is an intent to deceive about a material fact and chairman i gotta ask you do you believe that the referral of the criminal referral of andrew mccabe will result in an indictment probably i'd say probably because you know har was a pretty good job of laying out the chronology and i i hope what all of us want is the same thing to happen to andy smith or andy jones or amy smith or amy jones happens to any mccabe the lady wears a blindfold brian she wears it for a reason she's not supposed to know who's in front of her and if you or i would be referred for a false statement than any mccabe should be referred also at some point the political situation of the f b i of never had a crossword with him we i look i supported him when nobody else did in an encryption fight with a little company called apple i defended him throughout most of the twenty sixteen when democrats wanted to put him in jail so so i have a definitive when i thought it was right and i've criticized even thought he was not right i would love a chance to to to question him again on some of the things we've raised today for instance why didn't you do something when you had questions about loretta lynch why didn't you leak then why not a special counsel in that case why for trump but not for clinton jaren i got your spun up i don't know what you're gonna do with all this energy and adrenaline.
"amy smith" Discussed on WCHS
"Charleston five eighty wchs accuweather forecast there and gold overnight low twenty eighth and partly sunny thursday it turns out thursday night some sunshine friday with a high of sixty one but then turning colder friday night legal saturday with hearing aids have snow likely i'm accuweather meteorologist hartson charleston quite severe weather station metronews ram hotline with steve bishop coming up on thursday afternoon we'll talk with amy smith and get our weekly update from investor's business daily on the up and down stock market germain lussier is here with movie and entertainment news from io nine dot com larry gross drops by from mountain stage kevin kinder's gets us up on the latest from wbz's sports from bluegoldnews dot com we'll have all that plus out and the metronews hotline question of the day metro news hotline weekdays from three until six on this metro new station it's red eye radio gary mcnamara and eric harley talk about everything from politics to social issues and news of the day whether you're up late or you're just starting your day welcome to the show this is red eye radio all across america eight six six ninety redeye i'm gary mcnamara along with our carly this hour for freightliner run smart helping you run more efficiently as freightliner's number one goal i in on i'm just shocked you were just talking about the fact that facebook getting killed by the fact that people are coming to the realization that they're public information may be getting scanned.
"amy smith" Discussed on Remainiacs â€“ the Brexit Podcast
"Was like well yeah but if they are wrecking the country in the process then you will not serving your members supporters situa it's like you at some you you can't leave it to the very last minute comp like on a chicken with breaks it looks like that while tightening those now finally we will focus on the irish border question it's been easy to forget that is just one of three core issues that have to be settled in time for the eu summit on december 14th one is money which may seems to solve by finding 50 billion euros down the back in the county number ten that the massive issue of eu citizens rights as we lost in the turmoil along with those of british citizens living in the eu he pays remain is worried that the eu will soften its stance just to get a deal by the time of the summit and that it will fail to insist that the european court of justice should have final say on these rights next wednesday 13th the december the day before summit there's a demonstration in vigil for eu citizens rights outside westminster it's under the banner may they stay and our own amy smith will be there they me was the state of play with citizens writes in her florence speech and made made some warm noises to say the east sncf currently live here will have no changes to their rights once we've left but since that floor speech both johnson on davis have sort of backtracked on that so what we want is to stand in solidarity with our eu colleagues so meeting at eight am enter foul square on december the 13th which is the the wednesday before the next eu summit to send a really strong message to the government that they have to go and go back to brussels and guess us cost assurance on the cost of dates to the date that they're going to use to say that people can stay on exactly what those rights are because these are three million people in this country many of them are taxpayers job creators running our nhs that they're doing amazing amazing things for us and we need to guarantee that right so i think a few of our listeners live in london if you love to join us we'd love to have you seles atm on the 13th of december interfax.
"amy smith" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Orlando ski skipping have these skills you competition may have good old tab so they came in the same draft they were traded for one another after the river says we're not close friend but we're friends you know so so i get it is kinda like in my draft class i came in in 1990 amy smith was in my draft class uh junior say on cortez kennedy risk they're so within madrid jeff glad i'm closer to emit than i am bulled over two guys but you know you come in the same draft got a really there is really no easy way to tell someone their fire if i go if i got an if i'm on the job skills and do i need the balls to call me in or call me at home or duty give me a puppy ansa balloon this deal tell me i'm without a job because this would they see us get allowed manning has not played well ally could have done it all ally had to do with play better you know what he's played this would be we will not be we would not have this discussion ally hasn't played well in you know this there been so many players that have gotten bench because of their late not maybe if not been per se but you know b hit men's live back of get bench but if a quarterback a super bowlwinning quarterback a manning in new york city you'll now you've got the perfect storm scale dude have played well on thanksgiving he through four hundred thirteen yard with under 50 percent completion and everybody in seeks gift if they let him go to fight these last five games let's just say for the sake of argument they win twoday three net game you know the fan base gonna say we get odio back we get brand the margagback draft backdraft a running back allow k these never gonna be good enough for the fan base guilt winning super bowl does not give you a lifetime contract with a team not winning two winning five now gives you lifetime kharjcom thank you play about went into over tom brady that do it no though because they had some cash shame because guess what he followed a whisky leading the league on so what.
"amy smith" Discussed on KOIL
"The trump administration have called saturday's violence the definition of terrorism john lawrence reports the president has not been as specific and that sled his critics to bark back vice president mike pence blasted the people behind saturday's violence in charlottesville virginia we have no tolerance for hate and violence from white supremacists neonazis or the kkk that's a step further than president trump who called the events and egregious display of hatred bigotry and violence on many sides critics say mr trump should have been more specific the point of the white house the core some republicans agree with the criticism he missed an opportunity to be berry explicit here these groups aimed ably they have a friend donald trump in the white house i don't know why they believe that but pence and others in the administration say the president's tacit stance is obvious i take issue with the fact that many in the national media spend more time criticising the president's worse than they did criticising those who perpetrated the violence to begin with when he condemned bigotry and hatred on all sides that includes boy supremicist in neonazis and i think it's it's clear i know it's clear in his mind meanwhiled numerous protests denouncing the white supremacists were held across the country this weekend including a rally outside of the trump tower in chicago i'm john lawrence reporting it's twenty one till a political activist in texas is planning a protest on september eleven to show support for the demonstrators in charlottesville more from alan scaia preston wigan ten says he was inspired by the white lives matter protest in charlottesville he told the campus newspaper at texas anm the event will be a protest of what he calls the liberal antiwhite agenda up we contend says white guilt leads to white genocide last year wigan ten booked white supremacist richard sir to speak at to cnn eight spree hundreds of protesters gathered outside for this speech texas an ends amy smith put out a statement saying we can tens views are counter to the core values of the school she says workington has the right to free speech but we too have the right to refute those views and get on with the daily business of a worldclass university we can ten says his demonstration will sponsor white identity at white pride he says the.
"amy smith" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"One on from the bbc's tie service amy smith is executive director from the group fortify rights and has been monitoring the trial in bangkok she spoke to me from then asked if she thought this case went far enough we are encouraged that this trials taking place however there are more steps that need to be taken and we know that because there are tens of thousands of rohinton that have been traffic through thailand and this has been happening for many years this case is about one grain say in one hillside location in one province and thailand and we have concerns that at the investigation was prematurely closed and that there are many more bodies many more victims many more unaccounted for perpetrators said thailand needs to take more action to conduct a full investigation into what happened when these trafficking rings were where up in operating between two thousand twelve anti thousand fifteen can you just tell the story of the people who victim to these crimes they they were lured out their country with the promise of a better life and they were they were basically deceived absolutely thorough hinge a muslim minority i really at the heart of this case they were really the ones that were targeted by traffickers we've spoken to many of the rare hinge refugees i have been traffic to your thailand and they told us of horrific it uses of spending weeks at sea without proper provision of being beaten and deprived of food and water being held like animals and in jungle k camps by armed guards and watching people sometimes they're law avalons getting killed in front of them and and this is all happening at the hands of traffickers in thailand the traffickers were demanding ransoms from the the victim's families back home and if they couldn't pay a lot of people were simply killed right absolutely and we we've spoken to people who had loved ones killed an an a it's a it's a horrific horrific thing to be receiving a call and you know sometimes in the middle of the night with your loved one on the other end of the line asking for money saying they're going to kelme being threatened i if if that money isn't at paid for and in some cases even when the the money came through people were.