13 Burst results for "Archie Hamilton"
"archie hamilton" Discussed on WJR 760
"Men were spotted outside the CBS on North line and then tried to flee, Chief Archie Hamilton said. When they were pulled over. They have handcuffs They have police cared. So that makes us assume that there possibly Impersonating police officers. There's been a rise in retail thefts, and chief Hamilton theorize is the ex cons. May have been posing his cops with tools. They had crowbars. They had hammers. They had a lock pick set, so they are completely geared to go out there in the break into almost anything. The two men have lengthy criminal histories and are due in court later this week. On Wall Street. Today. Stocks were up and down all day. But at the end of the day they finished down. The Dow was off 121 points the S and P was down. 50, Ken Rogowski, wjr news, traffic and weather Next Jeffries express lanes He's found before Grand River Schaefer, There is an accident. The left lane is blocked Traffic slow from about Greenfield Road, 75 both directions between seven mile road and 14 Mile Road construction. The left lane blocked Expect delays. I'm Peggy Hodge. W J. R traffic and Weather first, fairly quiet structure whether to close down the work week course here in Michigan was sunshine for Thursday, Friday and through the weekend. Numbers kind of up and down. We had some mid fifties around for mid week and enjoyed that warm up here today are look tonight at 29 degrees turning colder than the North winds.
"archie hamilton" Discussed on WJR 760
"The Detroit Pistons will welcome fans officially for the first time in a long time on March. The 17th. That's when they take on the Raptor and tickets will go on sale tomorrow. A member of the Trump family is responding to speculation about a run for the U. S. Senate. Fox is Kristen Goodwin explains former Trump Campaign senior adviser Laura Trump confirms she's mulling over a North Carolina Senate run in 2022. I certainly am considering it and again, nothing would be a greater honor for me. And to represent the people of my home state former President Trump's daughter in law telling Fox's Sean Hannity she's taking the decision very seriously, according to a poll taken last year, she is a favorite among potential GOP primary candidates to fill Senator Richard Bors vacant seat. Kristen Goodwin Fox News. Your governor Andrew Cuomo. What dresses allegations of sexual harassment against him for the first time today, Governor Cuomo denies those allegations. I never touched anyone inappropriately. I never knew. At the time that I was making anyone feel uncomfortable. That's New York governor Andrew Cuomo. At least three women have accused the governor of inappropriate behavior and unwanted sexual advances toward them, and the state attorney general's office is investigating. This comes as his policy of keeping covert 19 patients and nursing homes in the early days of the pandemic and undercounting coronavirus deaths is under federal investigation. Foreign sales in February year over year were down 14.1%, hampered by fewer selling days of winter storm, a pandemic and a lack of computer chips forward. Another manufacturers face numerous production disruptions. Industry analysts had expected a relatively strong month. But Cox Automotive reported the estimated sales pace of only 15.7 million. Was well below his forecast. Ford said it sold 3700 all electric Mustang Mach ease. 1/5 of those electric mustangs were sold in California, where electric cars are widely accepted. Employees have stilettos will be getting about $8100. And they're profit sharing checks this year before Texas the bonuses 10% bigger than a year ago due to a regulation of the profit sharing formula made during the last labor talks. General Motors employees got the biggest checks around $9000 Ford, the smallest around 3600. That's 45% less than last year. General Motors is closing three plants just temporarily due to continuing shortage of computer chips. GM is shuttering plants in Kansas, Ontario. In Mexico. Chipmakers hit hard by the cove in We're closed for around two months. General Motors says it plans to recover lost production output as soon as it can, however, is to Lotte says the chip shortage could linger. Well into the second half of the year. A couple of ex cons have been posing his cops wind up, police say two suspicious men were spotted outside the CBS on North line and then tried to flee, Chief Archie Hamilton said. When they were pulled over. They have handcuffs They.
"archie hamilton" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"Just looking at making is making me get goosebumps man there's nothing going is this I get it but again, the reaction being somewhat negative and this responsibility maybe burst out laughing. So Business Techno went in upload some tweet screen scrimshaw people that were at the event and living summer their views us to wh- down now caused the issue hand is obviously the fact that. Discredit people especially the tech scene they're very social. They're very social media native, right? socially. There's been a very integral part in kind of boosting allowed their profiles allowing them to reach a wider. Making people go from you know we can pub DJ go out to a festival actor no time. They're really use social really well, it can get bit cheesy Corny but I respect it But there's aspect of them. You know. So addicted to kind of showing off the playing in places that it kind of was counter intuitive that they would allow people to take videos and event that shouldn't be happening at event that's essentially illegal. That's essentially what kind of fucked them over that respect and some of these accounts are super jokes because it goes to show. Why some of this could be problematic. So business. Some people attended look soda responses of what was going down. One this this girl. Murphy says I've seen some weird things last night seeing Richie Hamid. Do a line of somebody's actual woodhead made my actual head fall off. A. Funny when you consider the legend of Richy, Ahmed is that supposedly allegedly he was what connects or the dealer of that whole crew of people that were coming up right the Jamie Jones is. What Labor was at the at the at the heyday in the late two, thousand, five, thousand, eight period, and then he kind of just started practicing playing in one of their homes and suddenly turned into a torrent DJ overnight but he came into the game being of connects right the guy that was lacing everybody with ketamine or something allegedly that's why I've heard for the here and now is jokes and you know again, it goes to show just why some people think somebody's who feds should be happening because once I get between to put on a instead of being somewhat Somewhat, careful about the things that they're doing and kind of maybe avoiding some of these. Obvious acts of debauchery they go relieving Brad back into these things, and this may be an indicator of what they actually miss out going out is more. So the copious amounts of drug-taking as opposed to the actual music whatever you may be, but hey, who usage we continue on. Another screen Shaw. It says here, Archie Hamilton and wife last night was super staff and other go says getting. So Josie People's threes monopoly and said, went from fine dining to work archie warehouse. This real quick as he phonology turned up, that was a warehouse rave last night have an archie. CanNot get over how good the rave was fuck me that was needed God bless weapon Hamilton. I. Don't know how they put that in London warehouse pickup them and she says at least says. These illegal raves are looking sick by bringing everyone back together. But if you do please remember to protect the plan and are playing and the videos you post online seen loads. Okay. Cool..
"archie hamilton" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"They have no complaints that people actually attending the rave who able to kind of leave their apartments for most of the day between two and ten PM however, dancing a drink with friends won't be complaining either it's on the outside who are fundamentally against anybody you know going outside and the. Level of normality with this virus known circulation who have the most to say about it, which is understandable to you look at this Michaela Guy and who says he has some. Health reasons preventing him from going out those first place. So he's a little bit more conscious and aware and sensitive to what's going on by don't think that prism or the idea that Pov should be applied to others. Again, we're in twenty twenty, where in twenty one most governments have dealt with covid. Haphazardly in a very reckless and some will especially in the UK, right very hands offish type away and you know somewhat showed that there's rumors of a tier four being introduced here in the UK. Parts of Spain have gone under look down. Italy. enforceme-enforcing again, there's so many really bad ways are approaching covid nineteen. I don't. Die Somehow understand why son industries so and establishing some business owners taking matters into their own hands and I get it. Do I support it fully would I want to put myself at risk and go sees events probably not but understand why some people would want to do. So and I guess unfair to not is unfair to ascribe your way of looking at things and how you would want to operate to everybody else I think if you make. The decision to stay indoors and you happy to do. So do it the people that want to go out and brave let them do. So if they put themselves at risk is what it is. I don't think they're doing any different not causing any much damage to anybody else going to a bar go into Russia look into Soup Marquette his point in time I don't believe those numbers oldest fax to be true. But Hey, what do I know? Moving on, we have this really. That is really really funny clip here from again another example of the. Maybe, the the dams bursting at the seams and people having enough of Covid nineteen lockdowns and people are so rebelling. This is really funny video of. Rape that took place in the UK over the weekend featuring way McKay Michael Beebe Archie Hamilton Again Business Techno cruise or Tech House quiz harder is easier to basically point your fingers and laugh at them. Get angry and have a negative to what they doing the video itself is jokes because again, it kind of you know there's no amount of money that would you you would pay me to go to a party like this especially, during covert the last thing I want to listen to to break my sort of like a going out you know. Yet the the last thing I'd WanNa do to break my gory now doctors to go to Tech House Piper look look at us..
"archie hamilton" Discussed on Native America Calling
"Sex Abuse Survivors from native American boarding schools in a CO founder of the organization. Nine little girls and Michelle is Turtle Mountain Chippewa. My pleasure to have her with us. Thank you for joining us. Michelle thank you for having me in so Michelle tell us about the law about the proposed legislation You fight for seems every year now right so each year we kind of do an evaluation to figure out what approach we wanna take in this last year what we did was Two prong approach was to eliminate a provision in the Child Sexual Abuse Statute that was passed in two thousand ten which limits It basically blocks any survivor over the age of forty from suing anyone other than their directly but direct perpetrator so The way that the courts interpreted that was to Say that the Child Sexual Abuse Statute is not applicable to organizations Such as the the Catholic Church in so what happened was The women who Our organization is named after nine sisters from One family who were our child sexual abuse survivors from Boarding School What we've done is Gone in and tried to figure out a way that we could overcome this provision that was enacted during the While. Their lawsuit was pending. And then also there's a a window of time that would revive their claims That we advocated for also this year so there was a two pronged approach in order to remove that provision That blocked anyone over the age of forty and also blocks a suits against organization as well as reviving the window to open up People are claims for people who may have been blocked in the past into Michelle. What is the argument? Why this case in in those behind it filled that you should be able to sue an organization so There's several different Reasons why and we had a great expert testimony from Archie Hamilton this year from child. Usa DOT ORG and With University of Pennsylvania and they have studies and statistics behind them that talk about how reviving these windows of time to allow for these to go. Forth helps identify a child predators that may have been protected by the organization or may have been previously hidden to the public So that children won't be abused in the future. So a large part of this is for prevention of child. Sexual abuse in the future It also shifts the cost of abuse from victims to predators and those that hit them rather than The victims having to sustain the cost of abuse themselves for health care for all the other Ramifications that they're abuse Took a toll on them for the other thing. Is that it Educate the public about the prevalence gives them the wear awareness For the harm that child sexual abuse does to the families and the communities at a The whole And then another thing that it does do is offers Healing and justice to survivors offers. Them Avenue what we've seen happen is that The Catholic Church has admitted that they had this abuse occurred and they have been releasing lists of credible abusers they call them. But what I am. Finding is that on these lists are not listing the abusers from the native American community and so made of American survivors are being left out of that process of You know transparency from the church and that kind of thing and so. I wanted to make people aware of that. I did an open letter to the Vatican this year. explaining to the pope that that native American people are being left out of this process and that we need to be a part of it and without being part of that process. There's only other resources to go through the court system and we know that this definitely weighs very heavy on survivors and even family members and I did want to share this number of before we move ahead. The next national sexual assault hotline is one eight hundred six five six hope or one eight hundred six five six four six seven three If there are folks you'd like to contact to talk more about maybe some of these things that have affected you personally and so with that Michelle There's a lot of work being done to make sure that Those who are survivors have the ability to tell their story. Have the ability to protect a future generations in. So gimme a little bit about Some of the things that have happened this year with this case and pushing forward in wanting to open up limitations so We continue to push forward in the South Dakota legislature But we've been partnering up with a lot of organizations that exist nationally as a resource for native American survivors as well as survivors of clergy abuse. That large and so we've gotten a great deal of support For the survivors network of those abused by priests goes by snap and a lot of other organizations that are doing great work with the statute of limitations and other states like New Jersey and New York Pennsylvania Montana So that is really Given us a lot of hope and optimism and strength to get us through These legislative sessions. Which can be pretty brutal For us as we're we're shot down each year with these changes to the Statute. Thank you for that. And I do want to let people know that we did reach out to the Catholic diocese of Sioux falls and invited them to be on the show. Today they declined due to scheduling conflicts in so Michelle. Explain how the limitation is two years after the abuse. How it's discovered. What does that mean? Well the way that the Child Sexual Abuse Statute is written. Is that When a child is abused they have three years from the date that the time that their injuries caused from the abuse And if they're under eighteen and not those three years would start clicking from the time that they turn eighteen. There's another provision in that statute that allows for people time for discovery. So if you If you don't realize you're injuries A lot of times repressed memories are at play and that the average age of Someone actually reporting there abuse We've found out is fifty two years of age So there's a that time delay So the discovery rule allows for that time delay For three years from the time you discover it now the part. That's the problem is that there's that forty year old blocked anybody over. The age of forty can't avail themselves to that discovery rule and then the way that the Supreme Court has interpreted the statute they cannot apply this to organizations and so in a way to get kind of get around What statute of limitations apply to organizations in these cases the Supreme Court has said that you need to look to the personal injury statute of limitations. Which is two years from the date of majority so the court alternately found that these survivors need to go back. But were they should have filed back. You know to two years after they turned eighteen So essentially all of the boarding school survivors And all the native American boarding school survivors out of luck at that point and pursuing their claims against the church abuse works. Is this unrealistic? Oh definitely so. What even the states on studies show that children do not report their abuse until much later than the statue of limitations allow and Particularly you know the studies that show that Y- they often don't report abuse until they're fifty two so if there's a block against Pursuing claims at forty. It doesn't the statue doesn't match what's happening reality in so there's gotta be some consideration there in in in dealing with this such a sensitive topic with from with all it's it's not something that's typically you know how the law would typically handle something I I don't think the laws equipped to handle something like this that it involves such complex family and in countless emotions and and all of those different aspects of so The laws just really don't are are inadequate for this in so this also is a conversation for any state what do current laws state in terms of limitations on protecting survivors of sexual abuse You can give us a call. Share your thoughts. Maybe you're also working on the similar issue in your own Neck of the woods and What are some of the hurdles or Are there people who are listening in our considerateness? you can give us a call. One eight hundred nine six two eight four eight is number And maybe you are even following this case very closely. What do you think about this where the survivors have for years?.
"archie hamilton" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Farmers in twenty eighteen is whatever savings and read my for Mr for insurance exchange affiliates part not available in every state checking the forecast partly sunny today high thirty two souls in tonight will get two to three inches before tomorrow morning maybe another inch or two before the system clears out Friday afternoon today's low twenty six tomorrow's high at thirty one right now it's partly sunny in twenty three degrees from the town hall dot com newsroom two men were injured at Detroit's east side when shots were fired at their car the victims twenty three and twenty seven years old were driving and Kelly here would be about three forty five this morning when someone opened fire with their vehicle the driver lost control and crashed into a vacant house both men were transported to the hospital the driver in critical condition Ford Motor Company profits for twenty nineteen are down a whopping ninety nine percent compared to the previous year the blame for the sharp decline lies with the auto maker's problems launching the new version of the explorer SUV a thirty eight year old hockey mom is facing embezzlement charges for allegedly stealing over thirty thousand dollars for her child's youth hockey league wide dot police chief Archie Hamilton says Ricky very took the money over a period of a few years from the Wyandotte warrior hockey association he's on bond and is due in court next week we have the traffic and weather for times an hour I'm John Bailey how the patriot half out what a one point five at eight AM fourteen hundred I'm Lou Dobbs Tessler shares surge as a electric car maker continues its big rally orders for factory good job at a new study props increase sales of American almonds those stories next Albert Einstein once said the.
"archie hamilton" Discussed on The Next Picture Show
"You're going to run as fast as a leopard. Then let's see you do it. When Peter Weird discusses his nineteen eighty one film Gallipoli? He makes the process of cracking the story send a lot like the structure of the story itself. He started off with an idea about a world war one narrative breath and a friend pointed him toward the Australian involvement at Gallipoli. The Turkish peninsula were some key battles took place is Britain. Allies attempted to knock Turkey out of the war and lost a quarter of a million soldiers before acknowledging defeat in withdrawing a year later while in Britain for the premiere of his film Picnic at hanging rock. We're took a side trip to the battlefield where he says he wandered around for two days among the detritus of a war from sixty years earlier among belton bones and shells from the war. He found an unbroken bottle of fruit salts which we see in his final film acquaint gift from ladies Auxiliary Overseas Senate random to a young soldier who finds it hilariously off-base irrelevant to his current life. The setting in the sense of lives lived and lost on that spot inspired. We're but he says it still took years to crack with the foam should actually be and the development process like the film itself happened in short scattered pieces. He says he and screenwriter. David Williamson initially wanted to start with the characters enlistment in nineteen fourteen and tell the story up to the evacuation of Gallipoli in nineteen fifteen but their drafts. It's felt incomplete now to focus we're told literature slash film quarterly nineteen eighty-one. We are not getting it with this thing was the burning center. That made Columbia legend. I could never find the answers in any books. And it certainly wasn't evolving in any of our drafts. So he put the legend one side and simply made up story about two young men really got to know them. Where are they came from? What happened to them along? The way spent more time getting to the battle and less time on the battlefield. The draft fell into place by approaching the subject obliquely. I think we'd come close close to touching the source of the methods we could. I think there's a Chinese proverb. It's not the arriving at one's destination but the journey matters. Gallipoli is about two young men on the road to adventure venture how they crossed continents in Groshans climbed the Pyramids and walked through the ancient sands of Egypt and the desert to the outback to their appointment with destiny at Gallipoli. Compared to Sam Mendez's World War One drama. Nineteen seventeen which we'll talk about next week Gallipoli may seem scattered as it jumps around. Through incidents in the lives of two young men. Eighteen year old stockman racing champ archie. Hamilton played by newcomer. Mark Lee and railway worker and runner Frank Dunn played by a startlingly young Mogensen. The two briefly meet at a local festival where Archie is after. Break a speed record and frank is just hoping to bet on himself and win enough money to start a small business but he loses the race in winds up broke any tags along with archie. Who's running away from? I'm home and hoping to join the military. Archie is a Patriot full of idealistic dreams about the glory of war. While frank just lets himself be needled into enlisting because archery's accusations of cowardice hurt his pride and because arches conviction infectious. They're separated and then reunited so they both end up traveling. The world on their way to go paulie global is a coming of age movie and and for one of these two characters and ending age movie. But it's also an illustration of an ideal from Australian culture one that has parallels in other countries but maybe not as precise a term from overseas the Larrikin streak. That is the impulse among young men to be Brash Rowdy and anti-authoritarian but in a well-meaning playful way was commonly noted didn't newspaper editorials and literature in the early nineteen hundreds but in World War One specifically it took on a positive spin for Australian culture as Larrikin boys were seen as the national national contribution to an international war. We're specifically captures. The larrikin impulse with his young soldiers mocking the British racing up the Pyramids in Egypt and tricking their way into an officer's there's ball and there's a particular streak in Archie who's under-age and has to fake his way into the army with francs help and glued on facial hair. Archie has his deep seated beliefs about what what Australia the war effort against the Evil Hon. And he can be preachy and judge mental and frank crosses them but both characters are also mischievous and boyish and they seem to see wars larque until they actually get there but the tragedy of Gallipoli isn't just that they're betrayed by incompetent commanders and bad communication. It isn't that they trap themselves in the conflict. And you're left with no way out. It's the up to the end. Both barely passed boyhood and we're captures both sunny hopes and their fears their courage under fire the way their conviction shapes them and by the final final scene both of them are still as we met them in the beginning of that road to adventure with archie running as fast as he can and frank looking for an escape. They're both meant to embody the flower of Australian in youth as lively young men with good hearts the best intentions. The tragedy hasn't where the Larrikin spirit leads them. It's the way the body so many other young men with the same spirits led to the same awful inevitable that end We might say because he's a bright. Yeah so.
"archie hamilton" Discussed on Bigmouth
"Sticky with Music Devante Hines Aka Blood Orange seems to work at prince like rates recording continuously and releasing only bits of what he makes as appendixes to the proper releases after the problems come. Do you see you see how it works now. He's decided to put it all anyway. In the form of a mixed tape. There isn't really an album and yet somehow is what's going on in the world of the artist formerly known as light speed champion. Now Co writes as Rocky Cholerae Jepson blondie. Am Kylie is the first truck from this mix tape. It's called. I WANNA I WANNA see you. Oh that's all I wanna see you with a C under you. From angels working like Prince Means. You'RE GONNA spell like Prince's well road or what have you been following him on top of him I wouldn't I wouldn't say I was following him but then also Sameera Reddy. Oh Oh is that always done. This is done I mean I was very impressed with all the kind of collapse in the stuff on a main I've heard of all the people which is pretty good for somebody of my advanced years <hes> yeah it was. It was kind of for me. It was like ambient music. It was the music you listen to in the chill out room at the rave in much opposed Franck Ocean world of flow teal and structured are as electronic textures. Yes it was I mean back in that respect. I love. I really really enjoyed I once I loved it but I really enjoyed it and I listened to while I was doing stuff because it wasn't the economy's demanded you full attention. I didn't fail yeah you sort of get the idea that your sort of wandering through his memory policy Joseph Dunn needs to and I really liked the fact that everything's like a minute and a half all the things like three minutes isn't the things of cuts off abruptly and you're into something else. It does feel like <hes> you know. He's right to call it a mix tape and it's not a big coherent finished thing I mean you stay on top of the world of this kind of stuff. You know the the way that kind of black American music and brought blackberries music of absorbed avant-garde electronics as well as the seventy tradition well through the medium of my some the D._J.. The D._J.. French Hamilton part one half of Sue Kesse the <hes> the House D._J.. I mean essentially through through here. I hear a lot of new stuff and have done for a long time. which is how I found myself in Shangri Laura Glastonbury this year listening to Archie Hamilton <hes> you know and being surrounded by people who were all at least twenty years younger than me and I did did fill for a moment? I thought ooh actually know who this guy is. I know that Choon that many played it shows oh yeah yeah. I know this one. You know so. It's kind of weird you can't i. It's a weird space to be our main. I I am really into continue music. I Love Music and I love New Music or love new challenges so yes two years ago Glastonbury I was I was big you know boy was the best thing for me at Glastonbury 2017 closely followed by Canine now so yeah I love growing because it feels like punk <hes> it just it has a black element in that <hes> there's the thing that matters to black people lose. You know kind of how you look a lot more <hes> so it wasn't isn't dirty. It was like very it's very clean very fashionable very stylish very cutting edge but I mean that's always been fashion. It's been always been the two you know. I just feel like you know black style.
"archie hamilton" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Grant handed me a Michigan identification card or was able to provide any other request documents granddaddy, driver's license suspended. And grant stated I just did six months for the last time. You got me. I wanna be no mysteries calling police records grants number of suspensions had gone down from when he was pulled over February when he got three hundred eighty currently his driver's license and eligible to over three hundred forty cars pensions records also indicate drivers lies have been expired since eleven nineteen ninety nine and there were forty one warrants arrest. Last time. How caught him right? According to deputy police chief Archie Hamilton his retire police career, he only come across a handful of drivers who have more than one hundred suspensions, but prior to grant he had never been seen anyone over three hundred how much this day. Grant was a rain and fifteen thousand dollars ten percent by he's due back in court. Wow. Yeah. Let him go. Did you let them drive off? Probably they're saying if you minutes. I guess the rice of Gerald Rashad grant. Why just around the corner guys? Okay. Karen's going with white everybody. Okay. Black spots for the name alone. Black Jerrell Rashad grant trying to make any fest black with a name like Gerald era. Shod he black. He's an earth man hours. Trying to pick up my mama from the hospital black black as ties on his legal car and black. The correct answer is and of course, everyone got Karen black around..
"archie hamilton" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"I. No. No, that's not his fault at this point. The sword. Fault. Also records indicate that his license has been expired continuously since February eleventh nineteen hundred and ninety nine so he should not be driving the last century. Yeah. He's also got currently forty one warrants out for his arrest. And when he was presented with the fact that when he was questioned about not having his documentations, documentation, he said the officer. I did six months for the last time. You guys got me. So he doesn't seem the least. Remorseful about what he's done. How would you like to say, I don't think you should be able to get three hundred and forty license suspensions. I feel like now we're just never giving you one. No. And you know, no, you don't get to drive. No. So take the bus and move along or get an Uber. I kinda marvel at that kind of I don't even know what the word is for that. Like a person who literally does not even recognize consequences. At all now to your earlier point about. It's not just his fault at this point. According to deputy police chief Archie Hamilton and his entire police career, heat only come across a handful of drivers who had more than one hundred suspension. Oh my gosh. Okay. Wait a minute. That's crazy. I had never seen anyone with over three hundred. That means you've seen somebody with three hundred. It also means that you've seen apparently several people with over one hundred hundred how does that happen that sounds so exhausting? It. Does sounds like at some point you go. Or you know, what you do? Here's your driver's license. Right. Because you're clearly going to drive anyway. Well, yeah. Also, like, I mean, I if I'm being perfectly honest like I've been driving for a lot of years now. And I've only been pulled over twice to two times. Like, I've I'm that. A hundred views seem that somebody is got. Hundred over one hundred three hundred forty that's a lot of being pulled over. Yeah. I know that what I didn't make a lot of sense. But in my head that was remarkably hundred and forty with three hundred eighty current suspensions forty five active warrants for his arrest. What a hassle once again, it was not as poor driving the cause him to get pulled over. But an issue with his vehicle. I mean, the apparent again, this is just become a what eighteen nineteen year journey. Somebody's doing something wrong. It's either the state system. I mean, Mr. Michigan should be met Hamilton. Thank you. All right. Let's go to Buffalo New York K. This is where we're gonna meet David drat. She's twenty three he took a little drive into Canada. And he picked up some things while he was in Canada. Okay. So there's some stuff that's legal now in Canada, the we. Yeah. And so he thought I'm just going to get some of that stuff and then come back into I'm gonna come back from Canada. And so he drove across the piece Bridgeport eventually on October twenty fifth and he had some of that stuff they've gotten in Canada in his car, and he was referred to a secondary inspection and a canine search resulted in an alert to a trained odor in the glove compartment area of his car. And that's where they found six envelopes contained marijuana to of marijuana resin for additional packages containing teach infused gummy worms and a piece of paper with an address and a phone number written on it. The number the address in number linked to the internet address from a dispensary that you can find on a website called we'd maps. So clearly, it told the authorities exactly where he had purchased all of these things. But what makes it even more crazy stupid stupid idiot? Eric is the fact that they also confiscated his phone, and they looked through his phone, and they saw that he was texting his buddies while they were conducting the search and one of the texts. Most to his friend that said L O L, bro. Had one hundred milligrams edible, and I just got stopped by customs. And now, we're asking me so much believe. Seems appropriate as high as a kite. He's got a bunch of stuff drugs in his car. He's texting his friend about it while they're busting him for the drugs. Yes. I feel like that's going to happen. A lot now. In a lot of states including Minnesota that border because border. Yeah. Now when we come back. It is time to play the throwback live too. To forty five. We'll do just that after this on mytalk one zero seven one. Hey production Dirac. Oh, yes. Director of podcasting.
"archie hamilton" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
"Because he for whatever reasons he just wanted to get to that again he went down in flames he was tried as a war criminal and hung for for for his crimes and he never he stayed true to his reich believes all the way to the end he never acquiesced well and you and you've got to wonder for a moment if you really did believe that stuff or if he was just trying to save himself and could not in the end when he you know when he ends up getting what you said you know as you said he went down in flames it seems to me almost that that he almost felt like he deserved that because because he because he couldn't pardon himself and he did approach that he was invited to he didn't do it be not i don't think so much because he he you know thought maybe what he was doing was right he just maybe thought he was so far in it's so far gone that he just couldn't do it and so he just went the other way and what we see is the non forgiveness is so just it can explode into so much evil and and i think that that is probably one of the largest themes of this film the unspeakable horrors of war do just did they just stayed that if we don't do something from this knowledge and what i find interesting about our conversations about world war films and these stories that come out of this is that these are truly ways for us to learn how to enact our liberty i think that's a great point i think a lot of my personal struggle is i've never been in a war zone and i suspect lots of other people have not in its unless you walked in those shoes unless you've actually been there and you've you've witnessed first person the horrors of war it's really hard to to get beyond that but these films that we're talking about right now shameless schindler's list and saving private ryan bring it home or at least they did to me and the end gallipoli i've not seen that film so you're gonna have to tell me all about it is an interesting film this is a film made in one thousand nine hundred one directed by peter we're it's about a young man markley who is played by archie hamilton and mel gibson plays a frank dunn.
"archie hamilton" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"Two this is the monocled daily life from london on monocled 24 eight is twenty three minutes past the hour following the success of al summa newspaper monocle has a new addition to the family the winter weekly which has out every thursday this month at all good news stands in their current edition monocled melbourne correspondent adrian craddock reflects only changing role of newspapers in australia the straeuli newspapers face an important challenge of the next twelve months retaining young rates you'll be an uphill battle for many young people the tone and lad of the country's major mass heads personify political culture that's ten style the tide of grey head columbus raging about the latest controversy to emerge from cambre beat the mess resignation of representatives found to have to citizenship for petty infighting within the liberal party increasingly millennials a turning to more offbeat cancels one of the most popular outlets to emerge is an online newspaper called the baotou to advocate bds according to the website based on the edge of the simpson desert with an editorial staff of just two errol parker a former news of the world editor and clancey overruled a veteran journalist with a background in amateur boxing predict data and the papers true origins quickly in the to to advocate is in fact a vehicle for point perfect sacha clancy overall is a pseudonym for former ngo campaigner archie hamilton won't aero parka is charles single a c debates rana we used to it for the camera times.
"archie hamilton" Discussed on WCTC
"Savir's israel the proper here's there is something the living wallpaper years new zealand's thing to me yes yes there you said you wanted to win the living the paper what are you talking about floppy what's wrong with now we'll see this something zone cold and plane about a peter drew i think wallpaper would be so much warmer live call the paper then we'll see i already in good youth i already got an asked me they only fifty dollars to do the room fifty dollars what are the on the paper these tower bills be silly fifty dollars is g g mary i could walk paper that remind so for one tenth of that fear sell the mary of you would that liberty paper i'll do it myself and in frantic bunch about mary i'm going to do that job in that sense i already called the pay for hang they'll be here in an hour i urge you harmony call the pedrag risk free and i didn't think you've mine didn't when the chill happens i do my dear just uncalled dear all right if you in seeing assist jacked the paper victim here's is down johnson's beating wall p for store all right i'll send archie don's world right now and i'll do the job this morning i g archie sashi come down here not mary as soon as archie hamilton archie archie isn't it what does something i'm going to say he would you mind yeah okay now i'm going to wallpaper delivering on this morning yes rgi i am i want you to run outta gas is based on pick up the walk down of the store but i'm waiting fifa came from veronica she said she was not take you a minute in a veronica caused by uganda i'll ask you to call well and i'll give you fifty cents to run the of iraq i just ask for the wallpaper mrs and order okay mary all you have to do our large use gong's boosting firms drawn to the way and i'll be all ready to go ahead in the paper by the march against baggage all right the irs you say so haikou facial mary this job will be over and done little one hour injuries thank before a wonderful job you mike my word.