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Asana shares surge more than 30% in stock trading debut

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:23 sec | Last month

Asana shares surge more than 30% in stock trading debut

"Shares of Asano surging more than 30%. And it's AH New York stock Exchange trading debut software company Popping and Palin tear another AIPO that's sent to hit today. Not yet trading We see the price of gold of still hovering around 1900 pulling back $6 today back to 1896 and oil is higher of 47 cents, and 39

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"asano" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:43 min | 3 months ago

"asano" Discussed on KTOK

"Andy Mark Asano served six full tours in Afghanistan with the 82nd Airborne and the Ranger Regiment and 1/2 dozen more combat tours. He just started a coveted job at the Pentagon On Monday night, he returned home from dinner in Alexandria, Virginia. And died by suicide in front of his wife. He had three small Children. He was still on active duty. His death left his friends, family and military leaders at a loss. Marcus on his toughest tour was in Afghanistan's Arghandab Valley with the 2508 battalion that had the highest casualty rate of any unit in 2009. His suicide the 30th from this battalion, he's one of the 20 combat veterans taking their lives Each day was Jennifer Griffin last month, President Trump Inched a federal task force to help soldiers considering harming themselves. Police in central Pennsylvania say three people were shot to death at a shopping center in Monroe Township That's outside Harrisburg. Shooter is in custody. But police say the motive so far is unclear. The CEO of Goya Foods says he will not bow to pressure to step down after appearing with President Trump with White House on Thursday. He's the latest target of the cancel culture. The CEO of America's largest Hispanic own food company, don't care how good their beans taste, though, by by Goya, said model Chrissy Teegan, Americans should think twice about buying their products. Tweeted Julian Castro. Goya Foods is not alone. A dozen companies are boycotting Facebook for not censoring President Trump. While activists hope to punish Mark Zuckerberg by taking his name off a hospital he funded from removing statutes to renaming schools and even products. And to my mom, Uncle Ben's the logo of Land O'Lakes butter. He raced for being insensitive boxes. William.

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"asano" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:46 min | 3 months ago

"asano" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Sergeant Andy Mark Asano served six full tours in Afghanistan with the 82nd Airborne and the Ranger Regiment and 1/2 dozen more combat tours. He just started a coveted job at the Pentagon On Monday night, he returned home from dinner in Alexandria, Virginia. And died by suicide in front of his wife. He had three small Children. He was still on active duty. His death left his friends, family and military leaders at a loss. Marcus on his toughest tour was in Afghanistan's Arghandab Valley with the 2508 battalion that had the highest casualty rate of any unit in 2009. His suicide the 30th from this battalion, he's one of the 20 combat veterans taking their lives Each day was Jennifer Griffin last month, President Trump Inched a federal task force to help soldiers considering harming themselves. Police in central Pennsylvania say three people were shot to death at a shopping center in Monroe Township That's outside Harrisburg. Shooter is in custody. But police say the motive so far is unclear. The CEO of Goya Foods says he will not bow to pressure to step down after appearing with President Trump of the White House on Thursday. He's the latest target of the cancel culture. The CEO of America's largest Hispanic own food company, don't care how good their beans taste, though, by by Goya said model Chrissy Teegan, Americans said, Think twice about buying their products. Tweeted Julian Castro. Goya Foods is not alone. A dozen companies are boycotting Facebook for not censoring President Trump. While activists hope to punish Mark Zuckerberg by taking his name off a hospital he funded from removing statutes to renaming schools and even products. And to my mom, Uncle Ben's the logo of Land O'Lakes butter. He raced for being insensitive boxes. William Lawes and S That. I'm Jack Callahan..

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Tom Golisano Shares How to Build a Successful Company

The Small Business Radio Show

01:24 min | 8 months ago

Tom Golisano Shares How to Build a Successful Company

"My next guest personifies the American dream. He built a company from three thousand dollars a credit card to having over three billion dollar valuation. Tom Gal Asano is an entrepreneur. Philanthropist civic leader and former owner of the bus buffalo SABRES NHL team. He's also the founder and chairman of the Board of paychecks with more than fifteen thousand employees and one hundred locations nationwide paychecks of the leading provider of payroll human resources and benefits outsourcing for small and medium sized businesses. Active in both business and philanthropy. Tom Currently mentors the entrepreneurs who run businesses in which he has invested and overseas his family's charitable foundation. Today's donate over three hundred million dollars to a wide range of charnel causes. He's just come out with a great new book. It's called built not born. It's a how to guide to help much. Moore's Tom Welcome to the show to be here with US morning. Well I know you've told the story many times but please go back for our listeners. And tell us how. Did you start a company on three thousand dollars in credit card? Well I was a sales person the sales manager for a payroll processing that specialized in doing payroll processing for larger companies. One hundred employees or more. But you drive down any street. In the United States you'll

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Tom Golisano Shares How to Build a Successful Company

The Small Business Radio Show

01:24 min | 8 months ago

Tom Golisano Shares How to Build a Successful Company

"My next guest personifies the American dream. He built a company from three thousand dollars a credit card to having over three billion dollar valuation. Tom Gal Asano is an entrepreneur. Philanthropist civic leader and former owner of the bus buffalo SABRES NHL team. He's also the founder and chairman of the Board of paychecks with more than fifteen thousand employees and one hundred locations nationwide paychecks of the leading provider of payroll human resources and benefits outsourcing for small and medium sized businesses. Active in both business and philanthropy. Tom Currently mentors the entrepreneurs who run businesses in which he has invested and overseas his family's charitable foundation. Today's donate over three hundred million dollars to a wide range of charnel causes. He's just come out with a great new book. It's called built not born. It's a how to guide to help much. Moore's Tom Welcome to the show to be here with US morning. Well I know you've told the story many times but please go back for our listeners. And tell us how. Did you start a company on three thousand dollars in credit card? Well I was a sales person the sales manager for a payroll processing That specialize in doing payroll processing for larger companies one hundred employees or more. But you drive down any street. In the United States

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Now with More Regional Sports Network Fees!

Marketing Over Coffee

07:38 min | 9 months ago

Now with More Regional Sports Network Fees!

"We are here February middle of quarter. I don't know it seems like there's quite the hangover from end of year. Things have been kind of quiet even on the news. Front to there wasn't a ton of stuff But you had when you're looking at supposedly a lot of angst on the weather maps about changes to Google search results. Yes search engine. Watch and search engine. Roundtable were saying that There was a pre substantial rankings. Jumping around few days ago that lasted for almost a week. Which is unusual for them. These days made no statement about algorithm changes but a lot of webmasters are noticing rankings. In placements jumping up and down a lot of changes and it has settled down since then so the evergreen reminder is if you haven't logged into your search console lately now it'd be a good time to do it and see if it particularly if there are certain pages that you see a massive amount of volume just vanish from might be time to go and figure out why you got wacked in the knees or those yeah and get back on base that. Dr Pye had shared an article talking about The zero box you know at the at the top were snippets shop there and that's actually now being considered one of the ten posts but the more interesting than that was over on the right side. Where sometimes you get video media clips? A lot of sites are blocking that trying to shut that down so those that get refused because they don't want those snippets up there but another group had come in saying. Yeah but the problem is. That's where the audio search results get pulled from that right media snippet so if you wack yourself over there you're gonNA lose your shot on audio and smart speaker and of course there's only one result on smart speaker. Either get to you. Don't you're dead. I don't know what do you think about that you know. There's been a lot of chatter this. We'd have seen about smart speakers and like we'll smart speaker ever come round as a marketing. Venue the challenge and the reason why marketers really don't like audience. Smart Speaker is exactly what you said. It's the one result you get one shot? If you're not number one year you literally are nothing. And so it's quite a challenge to get to that and the trick there is. We've been talking about this for. I don't know five years now is you've got to build your brand. You've got to build your brand and has got to be a memorable enough brand that silicon. Recall it when they're talking to you know they're smart speaker on saying. Hey Google tell me when trust insights is open right and Google's got to be able to recognize it but more importantly customers got and remember it and if you don't have that brand power than smart speaker yeah it's going to be no help to you. Yeah you'RE NOT GONNA GET ANYTHING. Done it in the same vein to purchasing via text message. Walmart is closing down their service that they had for buying via text. It was interesting. They took this whole model. That was completely as far away from the Walmart model you could get. Was You know? Urban City people texting to buy stuff and having it delivered straight to them and saying that it the peak it was losing fifteen thousand a year per member which is kind of that's kind of Bologna metric. You know saying that like the dividing the whole expenses the company by the existing customer base. Because that's what ramping up is all about but I was more interested just in the idea of buying via text. Do you think that can take off or is that kind of going too far down the shopping experience? All think about that I mean. What have we become accustomed to? We open that companies relevant happen by inside there right. You open up the Amazon Apple. Whatever and you buy in there and indeed for those things that aren't a lot of cases you open up what pay pal or van Mo or whatever the payment system of your choices and that's what you do it so it seems like a stretch to go the text message out to win. It's just as little effort for consumer to open up the Walmart APP on their phone and especially if they're all payment information to save verification process and things. I don't know why you'd go almost. It's not the same but almost strikes me as like by by fax. Yeah right right I can. I can see where you're coming from especially because you just lose everything. Now you're just sending text via the the text protocol and as opposed to when you're in the APP now there's still tracking your round and they can serve up stuff that suggestions based on previous orders and like you said the payments already locked in so. Yeah that's that's a great point. Why would you kind of waste time going on that route if you've got him locked into the APP and even better yet take that fifteen k? A year you're losing and gives every customer a thousand bucks to spend for free on the APP. You would in theory be better off. Yeah Oh totally you blow up the APP store. They're the the the other thing. Is that if you if you're looking for aren't guard ways. Walmart has a massive disadvantage. If you're looking for ways to get people to buy something guess what. Smart Speaker is a great way to do that. Except for one minor problem the largest smart Speaker Company also speed world's largest e-commerce company. Yeah I don't think we're going to see any walmart results coming up number one speech queries anytime soon. No no yeah. It'll be interesting to see how that that fight shakes out too because still at some point. You have to believe that they're like yeah. Anytime anybody to buy anything we go look at Amazon. I no matter what it was. They had Amazon. Losing some ground in the space. Actually both Amazon and Google losing ground because a lot of these third parties sonos and other speakers gain some ground during the quarter. And I don't know I find that a little bit interesting. That's kind of cool that these are better fidelity stuff you know. This is stuff that people really want the music or the speaker but then of course the the flow would that logic is just because somebody bought asano smart speaker. Maybe they're just buying a Sonos speaker and don't really care at all about the fact that it's smart so yeah in fact. I wouldn't even say you're you can't say directly that you're losing share just because there's more sports aren't speakers out there. It's all about how much they actually get used right exactly and who system they integrate with both Google and Amazon have ap is and stuff for a third party smart speakers to talk to them to be able to leverage. You know a the Alexis the googles of the world. Ibm has one Fritz chat assistance in a very distant third place unfortunately there so the question is for lights party manufacturers or as well WHO's system? You're going to go with. Who who do you? Who Do you want to be locked into? Yeah where do you want to place your bets and it was interesting over Valentine's Day the air pods pro. Where a number one later. I notice even sold out for a couple of days or on Amazon. Able to get them and at the same time. Echo buds drop down to eighty nine bucks at one point which that was almost like an impulse. Buy For me. I came very close just to grab him for the sake of it and then I looked yesterday and their backup at one thirty or wherever. They're they're at so the Valentine's Day sale is over in. Your shot is over that but yeah the idea of kind of smart ear. Buds IS PRETTY INTERESTING. But yeah not taking the plunge just yet on that. Yeah but it is interesting too late when you step back and look at where every place Amazon trying to cram luxa microwave ovens ear buds jewelry eyeglasses. They clearly know that. Whoever wins the smart assistant space is going to win the commerce space and so You know I like this. One reminder in my blogging notes thing to do a fun thing like inappropriate uses of smarter systems like you know putting specific devices that you really don't want a smart in a comedy episode of something down the road but when think about it where else can they put these devices. That are listening all the time and are ready to take your order the moment you think of something to buy. That's the play and people who can't recognize that are going to be at a severe disadvantage. Yeah yeah that's that's what you want to lock in.

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On This Day in History: Tula, Leader of the Curacao Slave Revolt, Was Executed

This Day in History Class

04:44 min | 1 year ago

On This Day in History: Tula, Leader of the Curacao Slave Revolt, Was Executed

"Seventeen ninety five to a leader of the cure so slave revolt was executed cure so is an island in the Caribbean sea the air walk indigenous peoples from South America. are thought to have moved to the island many hundreds of years ago in fourteen ninety nine. Spaniard Alonzo `Hada arrived on the island with an expedition addition marking the first time Europeans visited curious though the Spanish then colonized the island which at that time was inhabited by the do joe a coastal type of air walk people the Spanish enslave the cockatiels incent them to Hispaniola but by sixteen thirty four the Dutch coach occupied the island cures though was a major port of trade for the Dutch west India company that included the trade of enslaved people which was the the main business of the island most of enslaved Africans who came through we're bought and sold and cure so and were taken to other islands in the Dutch west indies in Spanish colonies. Some of those enslaved Africans did remain on the island and worked on plantations. There was a large number for of enslaved people on the island but there were also many menu missions and many free people of Color and black people also lived in cure so and some of them even even owned enslaved people. They're worse labor volts incur- so in the eighteenth century including minor ones in seventeen sixteen seventeen fifty and seventeen seventy four one of the most significant revolts incur- so's history is the one that began on August seventeenth seventeen ninety five about fifty enslaved. People who worked on the plantation refused to work and went to nearby plantations together more supporters. There were several reasons that the unrest among enslaved people have reached this point Dutch planters were imposing more restrictions on enslaved people to increase productivity and profit they forced enslaved people to work on Sundays and they hired enslaved people out to others slave owners also collectively punished enslaved enslaved people for the offense of a single person on top of the conflict swelling around those changes in slave people and curious though also received word of the anti slavery and anti colonial uprisings in the French colony Asano monk or present day Haiti as well as the defeat of the Dutch by French revolutionary forces in seventeen ninety five as revolts and conspiracies took place in the French and Spanish Caribbean the spirit of revolution spread throughout the region and enslaved man named to reportedly knew about the French and Haitian revolutions and spoke about them to Louis Mercier Bastian and car Pata and pays relic. How were all instrumental in the revolt is not clear whether the revolt was the result of a planned conspiracy or happened spontaneously painlessly but the strike on the net plantation turned into a widespread revolt at its height the revolt involved about two thousand enslaved people out of the twelve thousand who lived on the island some free black people and maroons or fugitives who live in independent communities also joined the revolt against the colonists at first colonial authorities turned to a Roman Catholic priest named Father Shink to help with negotiations but revolt leaders did not budge on their calls for freedom negotiations failed the Dutch decided to use armed force and turned to white colored and black militias to suppress the rebellion. The insurgents claimed that support would be arriving from Saddam but by late September the revolt had been suppressed pressed the leaders of the rebellion including Tula mercy and carpet had been captured to white people have been killed while around one hundred under enslaved people were murdered. Tula was tortured on the rack and forced to confess that he planned to kill all white people incur- so and then he was executed suited other revolt leaders were also put to brutal death after the revolt colonial authorities made efforts to roll back some of the harsh labor practices. This is imposed on enslaved people that led to the rebellion though there was a little anti slavery resistance incur- so in the years after the seventeen ninety five revolt there weren't many major slave revolts on the island throughout the nineteenth century. Slavery was abolished and cure so in eighteen sixty three. I'm

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What Is an Oligarchy (and Are We One)?

BrainStuff

06:07 min | 1 year ago

What Is an Oligarchy (and Are We One)?

"Hey, brain stuff. Lauren Bogle bomb here. Senator Bernie Sanders, the Vermont independent, who, again is running for the democratic nomination for president proclaimed an two thousand nineteen speech to sixteen thousand supporters in San Francisco, we say no to oligarchy. Sanders, who warns billionaires are buying elections, and exerting too much power over the government refers to oligarchy is frequently, but he's not the only one around the web, you'll see places ranging from Russia, China and Saudi Arabia to Brazil, and even Hong Kong described as oligarchies 2017, salon article even warned of the growing power of a global Uber. Oligarchy comprised of wealthy super powerful figures ranging from financiers to Rockstars, and the concept isn't just owned by the left either President Donald Trump may not have used the same terminology, but the billionaire businessman rose to power in part by railing against the elites that he accused of disenfranchising ordinary Americans. If you're not a political science, major, you may be wondering, what exactly is an oligarchy anyway. And do we really have one in the United States, we spoke with Bron forms? Sannoh the William T, Brian chair of American history and professor emeritus of history at the university of Kentucky. He's written a couple books on the subject American oligarchy the permanent political class. And plutocracy in America. How increasing inequality destroys the middle class and exploits the poor form, Asano explained an oligarchy is a combination of wealth, and power, and often tends to close off access to its ranks pulling up the ladder oligarchy from the ancient Greek word, meaning few is a concept that goes back to the Greek philosopher, Aristotle, who used it to describe society governed by select few wealthy, or aristocratic people as opposed to rule by a single monarch, or democracy in which the great mass of people of humble means holds control. Aristotle actually didn't favor either all ARCHE or democracy. He preferred sort of hefty CAF Cup of Joe in which a middle group of moderately wealthy citizens controlled the rains and the early nineteen hundreds philosopher Rubert Michelle's came up the iron law of oligarchy it holds the, any organization or society. Even when the two spouses democratic ideals of popular rule, inevitably will devolve into oligarchy rule in which a few people take most of the power in part because rank and file members tend to want. Someone to tell them, what to do in America Sanders, isn't the first politician to be concerned about oligarchy fear that an entrenched elite would seize power dates back to the era when the nation was founded John Adams, who became the second US president, in particular saw, as a potential menace. We spoke with Luke maye Ville, author of the book, John Adams, and the fear of American oligarchy. He said are popular history. Paints, a revolutionary society that overthrew monarchy, but revolution era, America was also full of animosity towards anything resembling, formal nobility or Hristo credit privilege. This animosity made its way into the US constitution in the form of the nobility clause of article one which prohibits the federal government from granting titles of nobility, what made Adams unique was a systematic manner in which he theorized about oligarchy undocumented the threat that oligarchy had posed throughout history. Mayvale continued relatively early in his life Adams was struck by the disproportionate influence enjoyed by men of wealth, and lustrous lineage, but the record shows that he became much more fearful of oligarchy during his long sojourn as diplomat in Europe, in the late seventeen seventy s and early seventeen eighty s in the old world, he became a careful observer of the power that went hand in hand with family lineage, physical, beauty, and especially wealth, when he compared these observations at the old world to conditions in the new world, he saw more similarities than differences. But Adams, didn't exactly see the world the same way as does Sanders for example, or Senator, Elizabeth, Warren and other presidential candidate who is concerned about the concentration of wealth and power, because Adams, worried about rule by ordinary citizens as well almost as much as he worried about oligarchy, he thought that giving everyone the right to vote would inevitably lead to all currently held private property being divvied up and redistributed. He believed in a balance between the power of the wealthy few and the organized power of the lower classes, something. Perhaps it can to Aristotle's concept of a mixed ruling class. Oligarchy is can develop in societies for several reasons in a country with a monarchy or dictatorship. If a leader becomes too weak or incompetent rule the strata of powerful people under the leader may start to siphon away his authority, and ultimately may replace them with a puppet or else one of their own members. It's also possible for an elite say, for example, superwealthy business moguls to take control of society because they're good at getting things done. Whether or not, those things are in the best interests of everybody else. And there's also oligarchy by default in which democracy, essentially withers because ordinary people allow an elite take over because it's easier than staying informed and grappling with complexities of governing. The question of whether the US is turning into an oligarchy, or perhaps already is one has become a subject of heated debate back in two thousand fourteen and analysis out of Princeton, and Northwestern University said, one thousand seven hundred seventy nine different policy issues and concluded that economic elites and groups representing business interests had a lot of influence upon US, government policy, while ordinary citizens at interest groups, representing them held little sway. They didn't actually use the term oligarchy, though, news. Media headlines summarizing their work did. But several other scholars published rebuttals arguing that either the masses and the elites didn't really disagree that much about policy choices or that when they did, the masses usually prevailed. Public opinion, though, suggests that most people think of the US as allegoric, even if they don't, call it that in two thousand seventeen poll seventy five percent of Americans said the people like them have too little influence in Washington and eighty two percent believed that wealthy people had too much power over the government here in the US form. Misano said, it's not a matter of restrictions. But more closing of opportunity, and diminishing chances for the middle and lower classes, even some billionaires worry that the nation's rising income inequality is unsustainable and may endanger capitalism's future, even if they're not quite ready to give up all their influence.

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"asano" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"asano" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Jeff Asano Brown runs, the recycling center here a bit about Wellesley. It's a small affluent suburb that began recycling way back in the early nineteen seventies. It's fair to say, it's an ir. But even Wellesleys recycling stream is an cleanup for China's new protocols dubbed national soared since national sword. We haven't been mature moving material the China, but Wellesley has plenty of other willing buyers, Indonesia, Malaysia, Canada, New York, so good for Wellesley. But having a backup plan after China is an option for a lot of municipalities again, Susan Collins, nobody wants contaminated materials, they they can't use contaminated materials to make a fine product. So if you have really really clean recyclables that your community is producing your you're going to be the first choice for the buyers. So as bales of cans, bottles and papers pile up. China's get tough policies are forcing communities across the globe from California to Australia to Europe to rethink recycling. The company's Astana is trying to raise the bar even higher working with companies like Starbucks to employ what's called a clue. Closed loop system. Jay, Hans Berger says in an ideal world, we'd buy a Cup of coffee, and then the consumers take that Cup and throw it back in a Ben before they leave or or somewhere else that then gets collected ship back to us from Kef to pulp fiber to with every oldest guarded Cup. Live a new opportunity to make a cleaner recycling won't just take improved logistics, though, it will take a major mental shift for decades..

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"asano" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"asano" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Nine forty on WCBS. The toll of the addiction crisis seen through the eyes of a Westchester county. Mom, Sean Adams as this week story from main street, Stephanie Mark Asano for March Lee lost her son to an accidental opioid overdose. He was nineteen her. Life's work now is to make sure that does not happen to your child. Nobody wants to live the tragedy that I'm living. But I feel like I have tools that have helped me be more than just a mom holding my child's picture and telling a story the story of her son Harris and what led him to addiction started. When he was quite young. He was diagnosed with an anxiety disorder when he was three years old ADHD when he was in eighth grade and the first substance that he self Medicated with marijuana when he was in eighth grade. He took pills to cope with the stress of high school by the time. He was in twelfth grade. He went into inpatient we have for the first time. It was actually the first time we ever heard of co-occuring disorders. Which is really what our work is all about. And that's the relationship between mental health and substance misuse and addiction, and they also that they treated and each and every program fails on the mental health piece in twenty thirteen. Mark Asano started to harass project to educate young people about mental health disorders and addiction to let them know. They are not alone. She advocates for integrated treatment, they would take away the substances. They would say that they address co-occuring disorders. But if you didn't give him the one on one, psychological time, the real coping mechanisms and skills. How would you expect him to sustain recovery? The Harris project now has a presence in every high school in Westchester county. Mark Asano hopes to spread across New York state. What I hear consistently at every community presentation the middle school.

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"asano" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"asano" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"But doing it with. With the type of attention and. Integrity and intelligence that they expect from us and that they deserve. She did not outline her top priorities. Peter, hence, gold WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty the toll of the addiction crisis seen through the eyes of a Westchester county. Mom, Sean Adams has this week's story from main street. Stephanie Mark Asano from Ardsley lost her son to an accidental opioid overdose. He was nineteen her. Life's work now is to make sure that does not happen to your child. Nobody wants to live the tragedy that I'm living. But I feel like I have tools that have helped me be more than just a mom holding my child's picture and telling a story the story of her son Harris and what led him to addiction started. When he was quite young. He was diagnosed with an anxiety disorder when he was three years old ADHD when he was in eighth grade and the first substance that he self Medicated with was marijuana when he was in eighth grade. He took pills to cope with the stress of high school by the time. He was in twelfth grade. He went into inpatient we have for the first time. It was actually. For the first time we ever heard of co-occuring disorders, which is really what our work this all about. And that's the relationship between mental health and substance misuse and addiction, and they also that they treated it and each and every program fails on the mental health piece in two thousand thirteen Mark Asano started the Harris project to educate young people about mental health disorders and addiction to let them know. They are not alone. She advocates for integrated treatment, they would take away the substances. They would say that they address co-occuring disorders. But if you didn't give him the one on one, psychological time, the real coping mechanisms and skills. How would you expect him to sustain recovery? The Harris project now has a presence in every high school in Westchester county. Mark Asano hopes to spread across New York state. What I hear consistently at every community presentation the middle school parents and principals wanna know when it's coming down to their schools in Ardsley, Sean Adams, WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty. Walgreens. We knew holiday plans,.

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"asano" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"asano" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Ten minutes on WCBS our forecast for tonight. The rain still heavy at times through the evening tapering down later, and then eventually ending overnight Wendy with the low near forty in the city thirties further inland for tomorrow, partly sunny with a gusty wind the high only in the mid forty s Wednesday, cloudy cold with a chance of snow flurries and a high of around forty forty eight degrees with rain in New York at seven thirty nine the toll of the addiction crisis as seen through the eyes of a Westchester county. Mom, that's this week's story for main street with Sean Adams, Stephanie Mark Asano from marv's Lee lost her son to an accidental opioid overdose. He was nineteen her. Life's work now is to make sure that does not happen to your child. Nobody wants to live the tragedy that I'm living. But I feel like I have tools that have helped me. Me be more than just a mom holding my child's picture and telling a story the story of her son Harris and what led him to addiction started? When he was quite young. He was diagnosed with an anxiety disorder when he was three years old ADHD when he was in eighth grade and the first substance that he self Medicated with marijuana when he was in eighth grade. He took pills to cope with the stress of high school by the time. He was in twelfth grade. He went into inpatient we have for the first time. It was actually the first time we ever heard of co-occuring disorders, which is really what our work is all about. And that's the relationship between mental health and substance misuse in addiction. And they also that they treated it and each and every program fails on the mental health piece in two thousand thirteen Mark Asano started the Harris project to educate young people about mental health disorders and addiction to let them know. They are not alone. She advocates for integrated treatment, they would take away the substances. They would say that they address co-occuring disorders. But if you didn't give him the one on one psychological time the real coping mecca. And skills. How would you expect him to sustain recovery? The Harris project now has a presence in every high school in Westchester county. Mark Asano hopes to spread across New York state. What I hear consistently at every community presentation the middle school. Parents and principals wanna know when it's coming down to their schools in Ardsley, Sean Adams, WCBS, NewsRadio eight hundred eighty eight seven forty one. Yeah..

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"asano" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"asano" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Raining heavily forty-nine humidity. Ninety three percent eastwind Twenty-one gusting to twenty nine miles per hour. All right. Thank you. Craig Allen eighty is four twenty one at WCBS the toll of the addiction. In crisis as seen through the eyes of a Westchester county. Mom, that's this week's story for main street with Sean Adams, Stephanie Mark Asano for marv's Lee, lost her son to an accidental opioid overdose. He was nineteen her. Life's work now is to make sure that does not happen to your child. Nobody wants to live the tragedy that I'm living. But I feel like I have tools that have helped me be more than just a mom holding my child's picture and telling a story the story of her son Harris and what led him to addiction started. When he was quite young. He was diagnosed with an anxiety disorder when he was three years old ADHD when he was in eighth grade and the first substance that he self Medicated with with marijuana when he was in eighth grade. He took pills to cope with the stress of high school by the time. He was in twelfth grade. He went into inpatient rehab for the first time. It was actually the first time we ever heard of co-occuring disorders, which is really what our work is all about. And that's the relationship between mental health and substance misuse and addiction. And they also that they treated it and each and every program fails on the mental health piece in two thousand thirteen Mark Asano started to harass project to educate young people about mental health disorders and addiction to let them know. They are not alone. She advocates for integrated treatment, they would take away the substances. They would say that they address co-occuring disorders. But if you didn't give him the one on one, psychological time, the real coping mechanisms and skills. How would you expect him to sustain recovery? The Harris project now has a presence in every high school in Westchester county. Mark Asano hopes to spread across New York state. What I hear consistently at every community presentation the middle school parents and principals wanna know when it's coming down.

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"asano" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"asano" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Today at Baldwin's arraignment and three con Ed is investigating a gas explosion at an equinox on the Upper West side. Nobody was hurt. But the blast blew out first floor windows at the gym the toll of the addiction crisis as seen through the eyes of a Westchester county. Mom, Sean Adams is here with this week's story from main street, Stephanie Mark Asano from Ardsley lost her son to an accidental opioid overdose. He was nineteen her. Life's work now is to make sure that. That does not happen to your child. Nobody wants to live the tragedy that I'm living. But I feel like I have tools that it helped me be more than just a mom holding my child's picture and telling story the story of her son Harris and what led him to addiction started. When he was quite young. He was diagnosed with an anxiety disorder when he was three years old ADHD when he was in eighth grade and the first substance that he self Medicated with marijuana when he was in eighth grade. He took pills to cope with the stress of high school by the time. He was in twelfth grade. He went into inpatient rehab for the first time. It was actually the first time we ever heard of co-occuring disorders, which is really what our work is all about, and that's the relationship between mental health and substance misuse and addiction, and they also that they treated it and each and every program fails on the mental health piece in twenty thirteen. Mark Asano started the Harris project to educate young people about mental health disorders and addiction to let them know. They are not alone. She advocates for integrated treatment they would. Take away the substances. They would say that they address co-occuring disorders. But if you didn't give him the one on one, psychological time, the real coping mechanisms and skills. How would you expect him to sustain recovery? The Harris project now has a presence in every high school in Westchester county. Mark Asano hopes to spread across New York state. What I hear consistently at every community presentation the middle school parents and principals wanna know when it's coming down to their schools in Ardsley, Sean Adams, WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty. At.

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"asano" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"asano" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Toll if he addiction crisis as seen through the eyes of a Westchester county. Mom, Sean Adams has this week's story from main street. Stephanie Mark Asano for marginally Lee lost her son to an accidental opioid overdose. He was nineteen her. Life's work now is to make sure that does not happen to your child. Nobody wants to live the tragedy that I'm living. But I feel like I have tools that have helped me be more than just a mom holding my child's picture and telling a story the story of her son Harris and what led him to addiction started. When he was quite young. He was diagnosed with an anxiety disorder. When he was three years old ADHD when he was in eighth grade and the first since that he self Medicated with marijuana when he was in eighth grade. He took pills to cope with the stress of high school by the time. He was in twelfth grade. He went into inpatient we have for the first time. It was actually the first time we ever heard of co-occuring disorders, which is really what our work is all about. And that's the relationship between mental health and substance misuse and addiction, and they also that they treated it and each and every program fails on the mental health piece in twenty thirteen. Mark Asano started the Harris project to educate young people about mental health disorders and addiction to let them know. They are not alone. She advocates for integrated treatment, they would take away the substances. They would say that they address co-occuring disorders. But if you didn't give him the one on one, psychological time, the real coping mechanisms and skills. How would you expect him to sustain recovery? The Harris project now has a presence in every high school in Westchester county. Mark Asano hopes to spread across New York state. What I hear? Distantly at every community presentation the middle school parents and principals wanna know when it's coming down to their schools in Ardsley, Sean Adams, WCBS, NewsRadio eight eighty it's ten twenty two it. Oh, those blink motion activated.

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"asano" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"asano" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Thanks, Craig seven twenty one a trip to the pumps and less than a pinch. These days gas prices keep on falling. Aaa says prices are falling because of the expectation of a global economic slowdown prices could keep on falling demand falls during the winter. The toll of the addiction crisis as seen through the eyes of a Westchester county mother, Sean Adams is here with this week story from main street Stephanie Mark Asano from Ardsley lost her son to an accidental opioid overdose. He was nineteen her. Life's work now is to make sure that does not happen to your child. Nobody wants to live the tragedy that I'm living. But I feel like I have tools that have helped me be more than just a mom holding my child's picture and telling a story the story of her son Harris and what led him to addiction started. When he was quite young. He was diagnosed with an anxiety disorder when he was three years old ADHD when he was in eighth grade. And the first instance that he self Medicated with marijuana when he was in eighth grade. He took pills to cope with. The stress of high school by the time. He was in twelfth grade. He went into inpatient we have for the first time. It was actually the first time we ever heard of co-occuring disorders, which is really what our work is all about. And that's the relationship between mental health and substance misuse and addiction, and they also that they treated it and each and every program fails on the mental health piece in two thousand thirteen Mark Asano started the Harris project to educate young people about mental health disorders and addiction to let them know. They are not alone. She advocates for integrated treatment, they would take away the substances. They would say that they address co-occuring disorders. But if you didn't give him the one on one psychological time, you the real coping mechanisms and skills. How would you expect him to sustain recovery? The Harris project now has a presence in every high school in Westchester county. Mark Asano hopes to spread across New York state. What I hear consistently at every community presentation the middle school parents and principals wanna know when it's coming down to their schools in Ardsley, Sean Adams WC. CBS News Radio eight eighty. Yeah. We sorta stopped paying attention and racked up a lot of day. Yeah. It was stressful. He blamed me for my credit card debt, and I blamed him for building that man cave. It's awesome. Anyway, we stop blame each other dinner homework and read that a.

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"asano" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"asano" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"John lesser Things to know it for forty five one Washington is bracing for a white nationalist rally today to law enforcement, agencies say they'll, try to prevent from the setting into chaos by the one in Charlottesville Virginia a year, ago the cast a shadow. Over Donald Trump's, presidency to your congressman charged with insider trading says he's ending his. Reelection bid Chris Collins says he'll suspend his campaign, and fill out the rest of his term the buffalo area Republican denies any wrongdoing and. Three a grip police widows and the PBA are trying. To close the prison doors on cop, killers back and more parole board announced. Convicted. Cop killer Herman bell would be. Free PBA president Pat Lynch says that should never happen again the parole. Guidelines needed the chain so the parole board is. Not here in the nature of the crime you have to hit. A nature of the crime. Glenda says they were Fifty-nine cop killer who could still be released. One of. Them murdered thirty Eighty five year old officer Sissel sledge in one thousand nine hundred eighty willing to Sledge's widow it is difficult for me to even imagine, how any right-thinking, person could consider for a second letting south Asano back onto our streets where he will, most certainly return to a. Life of crime, and violence curry law allows sentences of life without parole the old. Law did not in lower Manhattan Peter hence gold, w CDN's NewsRadio eight eighty jerseys Democratic Senate president Stephen Sweeney is pushing cost-saving proposals to. Rescue the state from possible fiscal ruin but the bipartisan. Recommendations face uncertainty in the legislature and, with democratic governor Phil Murphy among the. Recommendations. Is shifting state and local workers. From a defined benefit pension plan and President Trump has spent one hundred. Fifty days of his presidency and his golf properties. But don't try to tell the president it's all been downtime Trump. Says he's at his gov Club and Bedminster New, Jersey while the White House has been renovated he's been photographed golfing by social media savvy members but. He's also spent most. Of this past week out of outsiders site at is also, hosted several donor events w CBS news time for forty eight traffic and. Weather together every ten minutes on. The aids let's go to the roads with Andrea Ferro well we clear up the accident exit one forty seven on. The Garden State Parkway in jersey also still working on route four as you travel westbound right by Queen Anne road that earlier poll that went down that's close to getting out of there now as well now if you're using the George Washington Bridge. The lower deck is closed you have to use, the upper level New York bound but you. Have a good. Ride at the Lincoln and Holland tunnel not seeing any major delays if you're, using the ride over about one thirty nine and three and four ninety. Five where there's lots of roadwork that seems to be pretty quiet tonight's we'll get Nebraska I guess if you're heading over by the cross island Parkway had that earlier accident by Linden, boulevard that has been resolved as well. That was in the. Southbound direction, we'll give pretty good On the belt as you make your way through queens and Brooklyn really no major delays van Wyk a little slow by avenue northbound but. Overall a pretty decent ride got a good. Ride, on the e. in Nassau County not. Seeing any major problems with this southern or northern. Our next traffic update well that's going to happen in less than ten minutes on WCBS beginning new week here's the five day forecast meteorologist Mike Latini mostly cloudy early this. Morning with a few lingering showers low near, seventy degrees later today mostly. Cloudy and humid with a couple of showers along with, a thunderstorm in a few spots high around eighty warm and humid Sunday night with a shower. Low seventy two Monday and Tuesday both days we, mostly cloudy and humid with a shower thunderstorm around I both days Eighty-one Wednesday mostly sunny very warm. And humid high Eighty-eight. Thursday partly sunny hot and humid high ninety one on Thursday, at seventy one degrees dairy and seventy two in Bachar and a Seventy-three. Under mostly cloudy sky in New. York City WCBS Tom For fifty assigned with a quote from ABRAHAM LINCOLN on it is at the center of. A. Controversy in Nyack there are a lot of interesting quotes from, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, but this one says. Joe has felt app I love the quote we the, people Arthur rightful masters of both congress and the courts not to overthrow the. Constitution, but to overthrow the man who pervert the constitution has had it printed up. On a four by six foot sign in hung the signed from his psychiatry office in Nyack and I got real positive response I. Would sit on top of my roof everybody give me the high five and the but it. Was a thumbs down from the town which told him to, take the sign, down immediately it's. Really not about what's on the Sinai mayor Don Hammond it's really. About enforcing our code for, four scientists, in our downtown area, has says he, spoke to, the building department. Which told him it won't allow that type of sign the first amendment it's about the right to speak about the right to voice it's not. The opinion Steve burns WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty study shows children can suffer when their, mother supper at the work at. The office CBS is Deborah Rodriguez explains have. A boss or co worker who treats you, poorly if it's a yes and you're a mom you may be taking it out on your kids. Research presented at the.

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USC Cinematic Arts suspends CBS' Moonves from its board; Annenberg School removes his name from student newsroom

KNX Programming

01:41 min | 2 years ago

USC Cinematic Arts suspends CBS' Moonves from its board; Annenberg School removes his name from student newsroom

"At least, until now simply go on the internet. And you look at some videos that are out there on the internet you'll find people and and I. Think they even use one in. Our educational video, you'll, find people who are looking at their phones or texting and. Walking and, trip and fall into a fountain of water Able says crossing a street while distracted could. Prevent someone from seeing a car speeding through an intersection says he's not aware of anyone being ticketed at least not yet U. s. c. is backing away from its relationship with CBS CEO, less than this school of cinematic arts suspended Moonves from his board. Of councilors and US's Annenberg school of journalism temporarily removed the name of the Boone vis Family his wife Julie Chen is network CBS from its media center journalism schools had Buddhist Chan requested that these are their names be temporarily suspended until the investigation of. Allegations against both of us are completed powerful chief executive has been accused by several women of sexual harassment and career retaliation Honors for some young people. With a passion for poetry five teenagers who live from Burlington Vermont to. Mesa Arizona, and Birmingham Alabama have been chosen national student poets Alexandra contrary response Asano had their laurel. Jensen Darius artifact Peckham Arianna Smith Daniel block will serve, as ambassadors performing literary, readings and community service applicants were tinted eleventh graders who received top honors in the. Scholastic art and writing awards program officials say the poets will share their passion. For poetry and the literary arts. With their communities Pam Coulter CBS news coming up bottom of the hour five minutes from now. Maybe a change.

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"asano" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"asano" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Uhhuh so we're gonna mardi and then we're going to do this every year while i'm on the air but it's don rickles would have been ninety two this week and he always asked really anybody who ever ran into and i've heard jimmy kimmel talk about this ever met bob saggy talk about this even putting myself and we're close to them but don would always say at the end of a conversation each shake your hand and hold it for just a little extra long and say hey do me a favor keep my name alive like he was at the end of his life and keep my name alive so we're going to do that tonight with a dons manager who's also frank sinatra's manager tony opened asano is gonna join us tonight we're gonna play iran some tape at permission but i threw my phone on the table and i said i wanted to have some backstage conversation i've never aired it before so some great conversation with his wife and stuff that we're going to do and then i played my original interview as well and then we also would i played the originally a couple years ago we had steve cochran bill left petty best goes and brian noonan hang out and talk about great comedians and discover that yeah we're gonna do that as well and then chicago's cultural historian tim samuelson is going to be on with us live at four o'clock to talk about one hundred twenty fifth anniversary of the world's columbia exhibition which is this week so one hundred twenty five years of that how do you channing shark all that it is really jammed say four hours of time tonight roger that's all right i'm going home now all all your news jerry nobody's away talk the whole three hours we'll just let them all right well have a great show when we come back here tonight lisa.

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"asano" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"asano" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Look at the recent spike in seal eac disease and why historically it's been underdiagnosed the syndromes unfortunately are not streets ford like many autoimmune diseases we'll look at the intersection between health trend and media sensation jenny mccarthy was hugely influential we look at the economic implications of gluten free movement both micro i probably spans upwards of twelve hundred dollars a month on groceries and macro the northern plains of the us have seen declining plantings of wheat gluten gluten everywhere that's right after this and and then and now from the wnyc's studios this is freaking out mix radio the show that explores the inside of everything here's your host stephen governor a left the oath asano is one of the world's leading authorities on seal eac disease and gluten a r can't make that stadium and myself but we week in he is by the time for sanoh started his medical studies in the 1980s silly disease was understood much better than in willem dick his era so let's start with what we know first of all the name seal eac it's from the greek meaning a sickness of the belly and how is the disease defined this is truly an autoimmune disease is like having diabetes serb multiple sclerosis or whether a try this so silly ac is an autoimmune disease with as fasano puts it a recipe containing at least two ingredients one genetic predisposition many genes needs.

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"asano" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"asano" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Kind of the end of that but i guess i guess you can never trust lucky rate yeah the in bed you were at this article up abode the warriors three and what happened to them in the ragged rock what are we now yes so the warriors three if you don't recall from the previous four movies are comprised of fans all hogan and vall stagg played by zachary levi ataba newdow asano and ray stevenson and these are basically thors a backup for lack of a better term they're like a bunch of worry as guardian warriors that have his back and have a fought alongside him for years in thought reiner rock they are pretty quickly killed by cape lunch at hella with almost i mean it was like a like a throw away gag almost how quickly they die so in a new interview kevin feige was asked about this and he said they had noble ends namely to serve the arrival of hallowed the arrival of the biggest villain into the mc you who within the first five minutes destroys the hammer kicks loganville were out of asgard and kills almost anyone we've ever met before in the other movies which is really we want it to start with a bang so mission accomplished there did you guys feel the loss of the warriors three in any way or did you just sort of a nod and chocolate that because this movie is definitely not like the previous four movies i didn't feel the loss of anybody in this movie which is a strange know odin dies in it's not like this is this weird seen.

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"asano" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"asano" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"The tom shilue show i'm here with edward klein all out war the plot to destroy trump is his new book i'm sure it's doing well you have you been check the been checking amazon every two sec fantastic and i'm sitting here with a hardcover the prologue of the book has a seen as a i mentioned before the break takes place in the white house over dinner okay now you have a source of there he's a friend of valerie jarrett's and he's sitting there had dinner with barack obama and michelle enter susan rice okay now she comes in for dessert why now they didn't want her there for dinner why is that it wasn't very she's souza rights was not popular with michelle obama just salty language i heard susan rice yeah oh yeah the salty asano's so she she comes in for dessert and she wants to go over the plan the original plan for unmasking can you tell me what is this on most this is really what we're talking about is the beginning of the plot against donald trump cents via in that on december sixteen the night of this dinner party that you're talking about to the rice comes in and says here's my idea to the on statesman we'll take these names that were intercepted electronically about the trump aids and campaign workers metaphor stone others i'm thinking figure before others flynn of course general flynn general michael flynn and will unmask them rule asked to unmask them were the flies a court that's the of foreign intelligence surveillance the court yeah yeah usually when they print out these documents the names of americans are blacked out are blocked out yes so she's going to ask for record she's going to request through the justice department to unmask these people and then we'll take these names and will distribute them widely through the intelligence community and michelle obama says wicb second now if you do that more fear fearby a lot of leaks and susan rice says yes and michelle obama says will is that really why you're doing this or do you really doing it for an an susan rice really doesn't answer but the fat everybody in that room understood that this was an effort to get donald trump and his people and in fact that's exactly what happened in the president of the united states went along with it so the.

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"asano" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"asano" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On nece sort of all hold daylong adventure hurry ends up in jail and go through all of these terrible things that a normal citizen might have to go through in the course of daily life there rana that's obis nightmare so house ramon distributing a book like that in equatorial guinea so there are about two hundred copies from what i know on paper that have made it into the country it's also been circulating on usp he's you know in electronic format among some young people and activists there the tricky thing is you can't react publicly to book like that so it's a little bit hard just sort of gazed reaction because the people who are reading it can't just go post on social media or talk to their friends openly but you know i think ramones view is there's always gotta be somebody who is willing to push the envelope and what he said to me about obese nightmare in about some about were was i'm trying to get people to laugh to kind of break the stranglehold that obiang has on his own image in society people think of him like got is what you told me and we need to be able to make fun of him so that people realise that something beyond obiang is possible for this country so ramon asano has been charged with counterfeiting it seems like a trumpedup charge but it's kind of hard to know what that's all about would tell us what you know about the conditions at the jail where he's been kept showed the prison is called lack beach and it was pretty notorious after independence as the main place that political prisoners were sent in torture was common plays than even today there were worth of inmates being denied medical treatment and even food but it's just harjono um the fence i've gotten is that what.

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"asano" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"asano" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The arrived what what asano the center of police swat they got their i i i wanna say police actually there was an off duty police officer on scene that day in pulse and apparently there was some gunfire exchange between the orlando killer and the police immediately and then the killer ran into the bathroom mmhmm and here's where the most critical decision of the night occurred the police did not follow him into the bathroom and thirteen more people died in the bathroom i i just about all the nine one one calls in orlando the public records the aar they are chilling absolutely chilling and the victims are pleading to the police save us we're in the bathroom and you hear the police say we're getting health for you we're getting help for you but they didn't go in they didn't go into the bathroom where the kilowatts tough the policy change for slot why didn't they go in to the bathroom they get the shooter why didn't why did they not do that and why isn't the it's a tough out that right victims killed in it would think i would think in that aspect though uh charlie part of what might have been involved was the fact that there were there shots immediately being fired dissing maybe this guy was in there nobody was being killed yet we should uh yunessi if we can negotiate this guy out before anybody else gets hurt instead of just blasting in and and more bullets exchanging out of fear well the police are telling us and again i i can't say i can't tell you everything that the fbi report not out yet i don't know why not out yet it's been over a year where's the fbi report for the.

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