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Fresh update on "beckley" discussed on Dan Carroll
"Several tips that Emily Hernandez from Sullivan, Missouri, south west of ST Louis, is seen in photos online holding a piece of a broken wooden sign from the office door belonging to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on the piece of sign she's holding. Pelosi's name can be clearly seen. Hernandez has not yet been arrested. She has been charged with five counts, including illegally entering a restricted building and stealing government property. Martin ABC News ST LOUIS FBI Louisville Saturday, arresting a local man who allegedly took part in that violence on Capitol Hill. The Courier Journal reports that Damon Beckley was taken into custody in the town of Cub run. He's charged with disorderly conduct and unlawful entry and is expected to make his first appearance in federal court Tuesday..
"beckley" Discussed on Science Salon
"Tight hanging on tight so it's like tight of the top ones and might grow up from the bottom. That's how i always remembered that lets you forget also pointed out. Beckley typically isn't the only example of that in that timeframe eleven thousand to fifteen thousand years ago or so so that would that would require considerable social cooperation. Communications symbolic reasoning. Planning or the future. You're going to go over there. you're gonna pull it this time in. The six of us are going to pull at this moment. I mean that you had to have some pretty much modern cognition. Yes modern cognition and i think even more importantly belief you had to code all these people that there was a good hit. There is a reason for building to stuff right. Decades right to put this together of coming together annually or wherever they did to serve organizes. Obviously these people were really committed to it. And you know. In retrospect did it build them a giant empire. Did get them all these things. No but it got them some something. It was enough for them to commit. Probably across generations to this incredible monumental enterprise and you're right things like that starts showing up all over the place so they didn't. They didn't don't have immediate benefits so they didn't live there so they were going there for something so there you in for some sort of spiritual or religious or social or something like club her. Yeah it's probably some kind of thing that today. We would call religious. But i don't know if they would have seen it in the man that's.
Former VA doctor pleads guilty to molesting patients
"Doctor who treated veterans has admitted to molesting patients here. CBS News correspondent Jim Crow Sula Jonathan Yates has pleaded guilty to molesting three male patients while they were incapacitated. But he worked as a doctor at a veteran's affairs hospital in Beckley, West Virginia. The 51 year old worked as a doctor of osteopathic medicine, which involves hands on massage treatment. At the facility from late 2018 early 2019. The veterans were being treated for chronic back pain that former VA doctor faces up to 30 years in prison gym
Peacock is live: Heres everything you need to know
"He caught. The last of the big streaming services has finally launched nationwide, but at joint a crowded room, streaming services, including busy, plus and that Blix. So how does this stack up? I'm Roger, Chang into your daily charge. Beckley I don't have to answer that question because with me. Is Our media expert, John? Salzman and software services. Reviewer Alison. Danisco, welcome both you. Thanks all right so John with you. He is live after having launched in Beta mode to caucus users a couple months ago, so so give us a land now. What is the streaming wards landscape? Look like this is basically the last of the big new services to land at least as far as we know. We had apple and Disney plus come in November than we had depending if you consider it bigger. Bigger not clubby came in April followed by Hbo Max in May, and now finally we have peacock, and it's a little bit different than the rest of those, because it not only is, it has big budget originals big back catalog, like most of those other services do, but it's also doing some other things that are digging a little bit when the others I it has. It's going to have live news. Life sports other sorts of news and sports replays highlights that kind of thing and crucially has a free tear at as a tier with advertising we can watch about two thirds of the catalog just by signing up and not paying anything there are ways you can take out the ads and unlock the full catalogue if you WanNa pay, but having that sort of on ramp that free just sign up and start watching thing. It's something that these other big services in the streets haven't tried yet. Yeah, I would just sort of generally speaking. Have we talked about the free cheering a bit but? In terms of these other players out there have any cover merged as must have service to rebel Netflix's certainly a streaming service, the new streaming service that's landed with the biggest slash by far is Disney plus. One media analyst when it launched last year there was one media analyst and widely followed one who called it one of the greatest product launches of all time. To give you a sense. Track Google search trends around these launch dates, and the Google search trends for Netflix are a good baseline. You know it's established. It's always very popular as a search gives you a good baseline of how other services stack up and people, search addressed most of these other services. They haven't crossed the level of net search interest, even on launch days, whereas Disney plus like quadrupled the amount of Netflix interests on its launch day now it's come down since then, but among these new services Disney is the one to beats, and nobody has even come close so far. Are also you've been testing out the service. How has the experience on Peacock Ben? Overall I've been having a really positive experience with peacock so far to be honest. I wasn't expecting all that much. Since we do already have Sumani streaming services, but the fact that it has this free tier is John mentioned where you can still watch. Tons of movies and TV shows with ADS does make it stand out from competitors like Netflix and Hulu it gives you something for free that similar to say a Pluto TV or a to B, but with this premium streaming. Streaming service interface, so it looks really good, and you also have the opportunity to upgrade if you want to. It's pretty easy to navigate. It has a few quirks, and there are some features that are still missing but overall. It's a solid free surface at launch. If you don't mind watching those ads in terms of that that user experience that the navigation the experience itself. How does it stack up against DISAPP- loss or Netflix's or some other more Polish premium services so in. In my mind, peacock isn't quite trying to be a Netflix or Hulu or HBO Max. It has a similar tile layout, and you can browse things by TV shows and movies and get recommendations, but it's kind of doing something different, and it's probably not going to replace any of those others for you, but it's something you can get for free to have more options. It reminds me a little bit of Amazon prime video in a way like on that one you can get. Get, a lot of shows and movies included as part of your prime subscription, but you'll find others mixed in that. You do have to pay for so on peacock. You'll find some shows with a little purple feather in the corner, which means you have to upgrade premium to watch them, but they're so plenty of free options to. And since we're in this time of economic uncertainty, you know free services a welcome option, even if you don't watch it every single day, right? Joan. Beyond this free tier is there anything else about peacock that makes stand out, or the folks should know about? Yeah, definitely, the frontier is obviously the first thing that people are going to encounter when they try to sign up and they realize they don't have to provide any sort of payment information. Start watching. But beyond that you know. Being in the pandemic, there's a lot of things that peacock wanted to have available right now for its launch that aren't a manifest really until next year or later, for example, the entire reason that it's launching right now in the middle of July is that originally peacock witches, NBC's streaming service thought they'd be able to piggyback on all the interest in the Olympics. That should be happening right now. Is the broadcasting partner for the Olympics in the United States, and so of course everyone remembers every Olympic season how there's just like blanket coverage on NBC. All of NBC's other cable channels. But because we don't have that until next year, that's a huge driver to get people interested and knowledgeable that that the service exists. That just doesn't exist right now. Also their originals. They have nine original series at launch, but just like everybody else all their production of new content. At least any live action content had to be suspended in March, and so they don't have as much in their pipeline. That's going to be ready to release win. They had hoped to release it as have if we weren't in this situation where everybody's lockdown the also could you break down the? Tiers, obviously, there's the free cheer that's at basement. What are you getting with those I? Think there's two different paid tears. He kinda run through them. And you actually get sure so in the free tear you get thirteen thousand hours of TV shows, Movies News Life Sports. Some of the biggest name shows you'll find. There are and Recreation, Thirty Rock, law and order. Order Svu but you know. Some of those are also currently on Netflix and Hulu to so there's some confusion there potentially, and you also know that the office won't be coming to peacock until January when it's calm when his contract with Netflix runs out, but in the meantime you'll also find current episodes of NBC shows one week later on that free tier. In terms of movies, you've got some big slightly older hits like Jurassic Park the Bourne identity, the Matrix and also newer kind of Oscar Z. ones like phantom thread and tally, and so for something. That's free. You'll probably find something. You WanNa Watch, but then you'll also find these two paid tears. One is five dollars a month which gives you access to the full Peacock Library which is about twenty thousand hours of TV, and movies, but you'll still see ads on that one. If you WANNA GO AD free. It costs ten dollars a month and you'll get still get that full libraries well. A few things you'll find on the premium tears, but not the free tier are all of the episodes of peacock originals, the major one launch being brave new world, and you'll also find more new movies and also next day access to new episodes of current. NBC shows one interesting thing that we haven't really seen before is that you'll get early access to some shows like late night with Seth Meyers and the tonight show. Show with Jimmy Fallon the night that they air, so you can watch them at eight PM instead of eleven thirty pm, but that would actually start until those shows are back in the studio and not running from home during the pandemic. Okay We've talked about this before, but they're just too many strips out there. They're all asking for money. Yes, peacock has a free tier, but there's clearly they want people to. Upgrade to these premium tears. How does market support so may services Comey Services? Can a household actually afford to pay for so from the experts that I've talked to and the research that they've been doing? It seems like there's a couple of interesting things going on one is that the total number of streaming services that people are subscribed to and are trying is going up now. That's partially because in the. The pandemic so many entertainment choices that we normally would that normally would keep us from streaming aren't happening right now, and we're all locked up in our homes, and so it's the primary way other than regular TV. Your needs that you would entertain yourself when you're stuck at home anyway, that's to do with it, but even before the pandemic. We were starting to see that all. This wave of new services what starting to tap higher, the amount of services people were trying and also subscribing to. But what we've found in the pandemic from the research that I've seen as that people are also much more willing to cancel subscriptions so. It's mostly price sensitivity factor as you know. Jobless numbers are soaring, and as people are reconsidering howl. They dedicate their money every month. Once they hit the point where a free trial ends or this ends. They're more willing to quit. Because they become more educated on other options that don't require payment that conserve their entertainment needs, you know. Alison, she mentioned to be There's other ones like that. That are free services that peacock sort of straddles the line with people are realizing that they have those options to if they don't WanNa, keep paying
Protesters in Dallas Work Around Curfew, Remain Peaceful
"Night of peace small marches across North Texas last night in Dallas hundreds marching through the city a group of about two hundred start in Dallas city hall where the governor had been meeting with Dallas and fort worth mayors they then began to March into uptown turned around me the way back to city hall before the curfew went into effect at seven o'clock the group heard a message from police and moved to lake cliff park in north oak cliff another another March March began began when when down down Beckley Beckley exam exam before before winding winding back back to to that that park park leaders leaders make make sure sure to to keep keep everybody everybody on on the the sidewalks sidewalks everybody remained peaceful throughout protest in downtown fort worth last night was peaceful as well except for one ten small early after nine thirty after the couple hundred remaining protesters held an impromptu thirty minute March in downtown fort worth a couple people on the sidewalk started engaging the protesters that led to a sometimes heated argument but it never got physical three fort worth bike patrol officers kept the body of the situation to ensure that it didn't get out of hand it is seeded reminiscent from the night before they took in me as the protesters dead and that was followed by a hoax a good major dialogue the C. cleared out shortly before eleven
"beckley" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Half my brain tied behind my back as always just make sure it's fair for everybody here here is a branding in Forest Virginia we go back to the phones thank you Sir hi good afternoon rush eliciting a sense I think IT nine is one of our start listening to you and find out you know that my wife and I are praying for you hope you wish you the best thank you Sir very much it also looking for the Beckley Ross masks that we can if you can think we've been thinking about it but not Russia I'm calling today because I am not an attorney on the defense attorney and I was watching this George Floyd video perspective it is disgusting it's a horrible video I don't know how to describe it other than that and I'm I'm not cultivated fin officers but thirteen stuff out that's all it is you know it makes me wonder how much this would be awesome possibly the sixty eight in Mister Floyd and how much of it may be something else the reports that he was acting a radically beforehand and if you watch the video in the video it states that there are some garment woman bystanders atenolol conversation with them saying why don't you just get the car and Floyd says at certain points okay I'll get the car now and the officer says we've been trying to get in the car for ten minutes so there there been more going on prior to this the reddit behavior is what I'm looking at is the it is he behaving in a way that may show that he was on some kind of drugs some kind of substances and any officer actually causes death or did did you have some kind of D. that took place at about the same time four did the officer compound the drugs were in his system so I think we have the autopsy results I think we'll be jumping the gun a little bit and saying that the authors causes death for sure if they did they ought to be punished they ought to be prosecuted appropriately and I didn't want to kind of their their answers to but I'm afraid that if the toxicology comes back but he had a massive OD from heroin or something like that that you know it it might make it one of the authors of because it is you you are the first person that I have talked to or read about this talking about the bringing of the fact that he might have taken a heroin heroin overdose and if the cop in advert leave then actions kill them within a cop didn't know the guy was on drugs in the this that you've never heard anybody say any of this before I've never heard about the ten minutes prior to it that the cops couldn't subdue the guy it looked to me like he was subdued with a knee on the neck yeah you're right you are right there that the the police officers they definitely had used excessive force there's no doubt about that my point is that he is behaving erratically I don't think there's anyone was using heroin or anything like that but be a radic behavior combined with his behavior you know bystanders that they're saying thank you you should have got the cards okay I'll get the car now so it sounds like there was some kind of altercation between him and law enforcement top of that because you can't breathe but at the same time he was talking and I you know there's there's certain things we look for once and I can't breathe and and be able to talk is one of the men inside of strangulation well I I I I have to tell you you you can talk when you're having difficulty breathing it comes during the exhale a portion of the of the procedure and it is a panic reaction to being unable to breathe when you're unable to breathe your body takes over your brain takes over does whatever it can to enable you to brief and the fact that you you say he wouldn't be able to say officer I can't breathe if he was in fact unable to breathe is not that that's just not how how it works but look yeah you've introduced things here that I've never heard anybody heroin overdose ten minutes of the heavier of that that we haven't seen that and I know you're a defense attorney on this is how you you look at you look at things and I applaud you for that and so forth but I just I I'm I'm not going to change my perception of this because there's no excuse for this there you can try all you want to excuse what happened here you can't there is I don't care if the guy had been brandishing a weapon ten minutes beforehand he wasn't at the time he was killed and believe me he was killed he didn't die he was killed that is that's that's that's just you can't explain that away at least nobody can explain away satisfactorily for for me anyway I at the Forrester Brandon I'm sorry for shake the phone call moving on to Summerfield Florida Chris your next take your best shot how you doing testing one two three are you there Chris yes rush can you hear me yeah I do now thank you I'm sorry mega Chris my friend thank you signed with the thrill to be here talking to you I'll get right to the point I'm a thirty year retired veteran of police work for retired lieutenant for the Illinois and I could tell you straight up that your last call I can't believe he was a defense attorney frankly but it's completely unacceptable and at no point is any officer trained in any way to delight somebody's neck it's just it just doesn't happen he dispatched not proper procedures not let up on it for five minutes it just does not happen but listen rush would really fifty three often annoys me more than anything else was that there was another officer standing there with his speaking cement keeping his mouth shut he didn't intervene it's one thing for one officer to make the mistake if you want to call it the act of of doing that but the other officer should have knocked it off and try to pull them up and it stopped there that's what really troubles me bucket Minneapolis incident it just six seconds make it absolutely sickens me we've we've we've done so much good since you know it now this starts again if if it just sickens me if it does not represent a vast majority of American law enforcement anyway and for this to be I just wish that other officer I I understand four of them got fired where was the supervisor that's my other question what if and I would also say rush now shut up in a second where was supervisor we're with the supervisors in the sense that while I have you want let me let me read to you from the Minneapolis police report and let me share with you some things some devil's advocates are saying okay number one hears from the police report officers were able to get the suspect in the hand cuffs and noted that he appeared to be suffering medical distress officers called for an ambulance he was transported to Hennepin county Medical Center by ambulance where he died a short time later excuse me Sir it should not have happened with it it's just beyond belief that there were sixty seven I don't care this is as this says he died at the hospital not on the street but still he was under you can tell when you're when you've got somebody in custody first of all you don't rely on their necks you you you pick them up you you if you have a well let me tell you something else there are people who are saying if you look at the video very carefully rush you're going to see that the officer does not have his knee on the trachea his windpipe he isn't he is on the back of his neck so how in the hell did he strangled him from what I understand he was a large man I'm not going to get in the weeds are not a corner what you know I don't know I'm just a deer the devil's advocates are coming out the people trying to explain this away are coming out and I'm giving you a little heads up and what they're saying right there's no excuse for the man was killed site if you want to call it a festive competence lack of training expected to probably come out I've I've dealt with this many times I won I don't think many kinds but few times it's also it's it's very it's gonna come down to a lack of training obviously the city of minute Minneapolis is going to be catching her cutting checks it's not going to come down to that I think it's not going to come down a lack of training you can tell from this police report that's not where this is headed let me read to you the police report again from this not in its entirety obviously officers were able to get the suspect into handcuffs and noted he appeared to be suffering medical distress that means they didn't because it they had to work hard to get him in cuffs they noted that he appeared to be suffering medical distress officers called for an ambulance Mr Floyd was transported to Hennepin county Medical Center by ambulance where he died a short time later so he died in the hospital he didn't die on the street he didn't dial while the cops knew he was compressed depressing jammed into his neck and then you're gonna have people pointing out that wait a minute the cops NY one even on a guy's win five it was on the side of the back of his neck how does that strangle anyway you can see how this is going to be the shall I say attempted to explain and and the fact that he did not die there on the street but but but died in a hospital and the cops knew he was in distress and calls for the ambulance now despite that that's an excerpt from the police report despite that these cops are bad cop was fired practically on the spot once the once the video had been seen I appreciate the call out there I got a quick time out we'll be back much more when we get the most listened to talk radio for news radio twelve hundred W. away on our world has changed when you venture out of your home face coverings are the new normal but the kind you use really matters because not all offered the.
"beckley" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"As opposed to expensive ones. Cutting down cost so wait. I mean if we if I'm driving in West. Virginia and I got hung a gold in my pocket. I could run into Beckley West Virginia and sell some gold and get some records right. That's right and and you can get your high on because they also sell all that oil and it's true shop. Oh okay so it's a head shop as well. Yeah I've been to a Lotta different record stores as have you with one not even sold tools So I've I've never been one. That's do they buy silver too. I don't buy gold okay. Vice over okay. But they just one by gold so besides the gold in the head shop they they care a little bit of everything right. They got the posters. The t shirts speakers anything really. It's really about the only game at Tower Well yeah and that's that's GonNa talk about it. I mean within thirty miles in any direction. You're not gonNA find another record store not even like a a target the sales records interesting. I shouldn't say no that quickly. I mean maybe there's a Cape Cod or target or something like that that might sell them but Nothing that you'll find online and just do a random search record stores near be so goget. Nobody if anybody selling it they certainly don't want you to know 'cause I have ties. You wasn't another record store in West. Virginia where you like were in the middle of the woods and all of a sudden Bam. There was this record store that was in that was in Kentucky. Okay yes and yes. I was just driving. I was driving down this like really small two lane road and just happened to turn on my phone and check for record store near me which I did period and it said that there was this story. I two miles away. So I'm like what the Heck I driving up driving to farmland driving do that. I pulled up through some guys driveway. He's got like a she shadow we. It's a man's shadow man cave record store and it's like in the back of his driveway but it's it's a it's a legit store. I mean he's got a cashless three got Dan's and providing a service. But this was a little bit more advanced this this true store and do you have a lot of the high school. Kids are paying up. Because I guess there's not much else doing back Lee right to make fun of Bentley residents. Daniel ouch sorry sorry again. Beckley residents we were we. Kid We kid yes we get no. It's I found it to be Refreshing because I I knew I knew that if it certainly not on the level of of grinding is and easy street and Biba in those types of record stores but here's a guy who is putting something in in probably taking more risk than any of us would ever do putting a record store in a community. That doesn't have anything else like this. Wow any. And he's rolling the dice and he's fair prices he's not gouging at you and Two stores I did not fit visit the other one which is in Princeton. But I was pretty excited to be out in the middle of nowhere and be able to find something in Beckley. Was this an original store in any added one? No this was the second one propensity sore so he decided to expand into the middle of nowhere. Well I gotTA give him credit. You said that the employees are really passionate and you talked for a long time with an heavy metal guru to give you any insight to buying heavy metal records. Would lighten the stuff that you and I think he was wearing a voter. Had T shirt or something like that And you know I found something that I would not have found as some of the regular stores that I've gone to their So this was probably in what was in August when I got there. I found he restored the twenty nineteen Eric Clapton Live tour two thousand one right. I got an Tom anywhere else. And so that's what I picked up the three rapid clear vinyl nice big fan big fan of tears in heaven. I saw that tour so you know I just. I thought I had to have that instead. He has cassettes. He sells used cassettes and also guitars and also in cars and t shirts. Did you get your cheap thrills? T shirt or did not have one. They did not have any store t-shirt they did. Have I believe a store sticker so I think I got some destroy stickers Not only Levy extensive store t-shirt collection. I have probably a sticker and a business card from every record store. I've ever been to them. We're going to have to open up a record store museum one of these days and you will curator so you said that you were very impressed with the the amount of new releases that the store had A Lotta stores don't necessarily only have a few. They really have their inventory. They base it on used records But this you were very impressed again I can. Only I know the margin. Undo records is so small eventually unless you're moving twenty copies of the new Pearl Jam. You're probably making three dollars most off of a record and so you know again. I said this guy's really going out there. And he doesn't carry. There's you're not gonNA find duplicates of any new release But YOU'RE GONNA find onesies. Maybe a couple of days but they had a good selection and I was. I was impressed and I ran the gamut. You could find hip hop you could find heavy metal. You could find you know alternative I don't remember them having a lot of punk like country. And you know it was there on your classic rock with the Clapton. You also said running on that with the RSD releases you find a lot of good past releases like the John Lennon. Imagine that's pretty good. I I was almost tempted to buy it just to have a second copy. 'cause I do have one copy But I thought ones enough and I should let somebody else will someday stumbled through there. Be Like Oh my God. I can't believe they still have it. 'cause at least in the stores that I normally frequent that sold out the day of the event now does the website covered both stores. Cheap thrills one and two. I know that there's pictures of those stores on the website. Timing's perfect 'cause just happened to be on the website today and take a look at it And I think it's more of just kind of generic you'll you can click on it to call the store and get the number and you know that you can ask them if they have something by than it's not. It's not an extensive website where you're gonNA find all their inventory on the websites. Die For you to go to the other store because you said that it's in Princeton. West Virginia has a drive through. I do have to check that out. They were to their team things on the website that that really jumped out at me. One was a record store with the drive through. That's that's pretty impressive. And I love. Their candidate tagline. Which is if we don't have it. We'll get it and if we can't get it you don't need it and you know I like stores do those kind of things that would be awesome. If I just drove up like I was. You know like you would drive up to McDonald's and be like yeah. I'd like to check out your Fleetwood MAC rumors album is gonNA sense of overprice turnout the only negative in my mind back in there and I don't know about you but the majority of times I go into a store. Yup I ended up walking out with more than what I had originally thought about your something totally different because I walked around and I'm like Oh my God. I didn't know I had to have that happen. I'm betting the judge more for like the head shop variety of inventory. Maybe you want to get a pipe real fast. Don't they don't want to walk in there again. That however if you notice record stores head shops I noticed the ones I've been through. They put the head shop in a bag. So you're going to walk through all the inventory You know what I mean you got to walk through the shirts. The album's that's how you do it. I don't know how the drive through words other than if they're selling coffee or something or maybe we illegal in the state who. I am not sure if I'm willing to take a guess. No but hey you never know so. Yeah if you go back. Please go to cheap thrills the original in report back. So it's what's what's next on the the doctor's visit next we're going to bring you something pretty special because I think if we can work it out we're GonNa talk with the owner of easy street rather than just telling you how great it is. I think I can get him to be on the call with us Because he's got some interesting Pearl Jam Stories. I think hearing directly from him Would be much more effective than hearing it from me which is good because Pearl Jam is put out a new record Some like it. Some don't Because it's not as grungy or heavy but it the relevant right now. I mean they always on our but more so now and we can talk about them. They'll be interesting. And and then this record stores in Seattle. I'm willing to guess correct. Okay great well I look forward to it. Thanks again Dr Disk in your record store reporting thank you..
"beckley" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Durk's Beckley following the seven o'clock rodeo performance we're joined now by San Antonio first news correspondent bills in for bill haven't had a good rate by ice since August of last year in Mississippi but it looks like that's about to change it all a lot of places sure does Charlie one job they are doing the federal government a combination of work by homeland security along with U. S. customs and border protection and immigration control enforcement is mobilizing what they're calling for tax watch border patrol tactical units basically swat teams placing them in at least ten cities across the country including Houston aware they will track down undocumented immigrants with final orders for removal of these are people that have already been ordered out of the country and are ignoring those or have been released by local authorities now all of these cities in question our so called sanctuary cities even though in Texas of course there are laws regarding that and I know that San Antonio has been involved in a in a legal go round with the state of Texas over that as well but in most of these cities they refused to cooperate with federal authorities on these issues and do not honor so called detain a request when the federal government says Hey can you pick this guy up for us we want to on immigration issues so this is creating quite a backlash in the city's individually and nationally as Elizabeth Warren at marquee two senators from Massachusetts are calling on the federal government to scrap this plan just to give you an idea exactly what they're looking for here Charlie in Boston where one of these Vortec units is already on the ground in being deployed others will be deployed all throughout the spring up until about the first of June they have identified some of the people there looking for including a twenty seven year old from El Salvador who was released earlier by local tar thirties after his arrest on rape charges in child **** charges a thirty eight year old African man who was arrested on charges as a threatening to bomb a local facility and also it had that possession of a dangerous weapon and multiple do you wise he was released by the local authorities a thirty six year old from Ecuador who's been deported three times in keep coming back to the country wanted in connection with weapons charges and assault charges as well these are the people they are targeting so what's the big backlash well in these local communities first of all they say rolling a swat team out down the road is is a little bit disruptive and can be potentially dangerous for the immigrants and fully agents involved second part is what they're concerned with is collateral arrests as you my colon this is where you show up you find one of these guys a body might be living with five or six others who are also undocumented immigrants to what do you do that do you take them into custody could cause a big disruption in some of the cities that have large immigrant communities you mentioned there already on the ground in Boston so we know and you mentioned the other city so we know we're but asked to wear and all we know is between now and through spring that's right weed and and this is one of the things Elizabeth Warren and ed Markey or asking for they want more information on this like how many of these poor tack teams will be deployed where they will be and maybe most importantly the orders they are under what are their orders going in because it can be a little bit of a daunting situation and if you look at the Los Angeles were mayor Eric Garcetti has already made a statement calling on immigrants to refused to open the door if they get a knock off from the ice agents unless they can slide a warrant under the door that contains a signature of a judge all right appreciate the update San Antonio first news correspondent bills ever head out to the.
"beckley" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Beckley and Marcellus forty five also moving well from live twelve lead better a past the one seventy five merch on John wolf unix reported seven twenty eight of breaking traffic alerts when they happen John the forecast now then BC five weather expert kisha burns another foggy start to the morning make sure to take it slow Chile to temperatures will start out in the thirties with highs around sixty we'll see lots of sunshine though for the afternoon for your Monday Tuesday and Wednesday for Christmas Eve and Christmas day looking at a mostly sunny sky with high temperatures in the seventies for Tuesday and Wednesday Thursday will be partly sunny skies with a high around sixty eight by the end of the week storm chances will return as we head into Friday high temperature should be in the upper sixties with rain and storm chances likely lingering into the weekend I'm in B. C. five or the rex for your birthday be very careful out there this morning to get the fog has as we mentioned there's a little of light drizzle in some places there's some roadways that might be a little damp this morning we've got temperatures right around the freezing mark in fact at right now it's twenty nine degrees and alliance airport in fort worth so what do be careful out there if you've got to be out on the roads this morning officially thirty three degrees of K. R. LD we've got you covered in DFW with news traffic and weather all day newsradio ten eighty KRLD thanks for joining us of you have a great Monday morning KRLD news time seven twenty one in the colony this morning police are searching for answers about a woman found dead in an alley the woman was found on Stricklin Avenue near Miller drive early yesterday morning investigators are trying to figure out who she is and what.
"beckley" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"On west Dallas I. thirty eastbound Beckley looks like they clear that out of their not seeing any further problems and from the Trinity generally weather center mostly cloudy in thirty eight this morning partly cloudy in forty five Monday than Monday night into Tuesday to get the whole below freezing again thirty maybe thirty one of DFW airport Tuesday morning outlying areas since two to restore a lot of us certainly can see the twenties Tuesday morning forty eight Tuesday afternoon Wednesday sunny in fifty eight more the same Thursday sunny and fifty eight overcast tonight if Sir at forty three degrees I'm Kerr Lewis newsradio ten eighty KRLD sprint's holiday deals are so be it I need help spreading the word command Korean and switch to save your family money with the Samsung galaxy S. ten for zero dollars a month on a sprint like two weeks thanks for your help no ma'am all problem it was written on don't you in one serviced because with introducing the Capital One Walmart rewards card unlimited five percent back on everything you buy at Walmart online it's the perfect car for all your families this holiday season like five percent back on the air for your grandpa told you about when he fell asleep in his chair anything or five percent back on the laptop your sister had carolers sing read the Capital One Walmart rewards card earn unlimited rewards including five percent back at Walmart online what's in your wallet terms and exclusions apply Capital One NA politics and fun facts from Paul Kristen indexer total anymore the customer bumping grasses with the tears came from old room when in Rome cheers a pork crown roast with cranberry stuffing deserves a right front former Cabernet from possible let me help you find the perfect model looking for the right wine for a meaningful gift consider me your wine concierge whether you're entertaining or just bring the wine we'd love to share our always low prices are ridiculous selection with you this holiday now offering same day delivery at total wine dot com cheers profile feeder France and Brandon was born in England in April of nineteen fifty he was previously associated with the band humble pie his solo career began in nineteen seventy one get a little commercial success with his first four albums as a solo artist Alessi toward extensively uses fifth released a live album titled Frampton comes alive that was his breakthrough it was the top selling album of nineteen seventy six today as a solo artist he's released sixteen studio your friends and family or spending money on presents but the radio dot com app is the best present anyone could ever ask for and it's one hundred percent free gift it to yourself free and tell everybody you know to get it for free think of all the binging you'll do podcasts like long may they run with the band Phish often vanish for the brand new podcast from Ronan Farrow.
"beckley" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Walking in Beckley heights park on Friday in the six thousand block of Starkey street when she encountered three pit bulls who attacked and mauled her causing serious bodily injury police say witnesses told in the dogs then attacked the victim and directed officers to where the dogs ran once they broke up the attack officers found the dogs in the yard of a house on Starkey's street in officers contacted the resident who advise that dogs belong to the house and then dug out of the pants Dennis gave before attacking the victim the dogs were then seized by Dallas animal services then police obtained a warrant for the arrest of Martha yeah it says lira the resident the house for the charge of attack by dog causing serious bodily injury that is going to turn out to be a third degree felony that the victim was transported all it to a local hospital she is in critical condition a Dallas fire rescue ambulance involved in a major accident with another vehicle at the intersection of north masters in Britain is warning the ambulance heading on to the hospital with a pregnant woman on board when it was struck by the other vehicle the driver of the other vehicles suspected of D. W. why do additional rescue units were dispatched to the scene one of which stand resume transport of one of the other which transport of the driver the other be your vehicle involved in the accident both individuals are reported to be in stable condition let's get an update on traffic and weather together in the ten eighty traffic center here is sherry Rogers mark we've got weekend construction in grapevine north on one twenty one at bass pro the two left lanes are closed for construction it'll be this way all weekend long one right lane will remain open also construction has the connecting roadway over to south on one twenty one closed traffic on west bound six thirty five at one twenty one right now is slow back to Freeport parkway I'm sherry Rogers on your twenty four hour traffic leader thanks from the KRLD weather's center for the rest of this afternoon it is going to be some blended Sonny's guys are going to top out at sixty two degrees seventy two by Monday it's now one of six here on KRLD the following program is paid for by MM W. KM advisors LLC and is responsible for its content all opinions or statements expressed on this program are solely those of M. M. W. K. M. advisors LLC and do not reflect the opinions of KRLD or intercom mediacorp any investment strategy involves the real risk of loss and you should seek advice from your own financial tax or investment adviser the following is eight commercial programming things are no guarantee of future doesn't success working with a highly rated adviser does not ensure that I experience a high level of performance investment performance is not an explicit criterion because clients investments told these ratings should not be construed as an endorsement of the adviser by any client generally rankings are based on information.
Actress Brittany Snow Talks About Putting in the Work
"So today we are sitting down actress producer director and singer Brittany snow that is quite some very loose you're the best thing of the three of us yeah I don't know about that your knees bending public is the age of three with her breakout role at twelve on guiding light which Harley stayed home to watch weird facts but you may know her from her roles in films like John Tucker die someone great or our personal Britt pitch perfect one two and three with over twenty years of acting Brittany has recently transition into exploring work behind the camera her direct to`real debut premiered earlier this year and now we can't wait to watch her starring on Fox's new drama almost family which premieres on Wednesdays lactobacillus second at nine pm Eastern eight pm central so we are so excited to talk to you today welcome to thanks for having me everybody getting it from nervous I don't usually talk in front of or real audiences at all live of course you're live and so this is going to be a new thing and first thing in the morning yeah I'm ready I think so let's start off with just walk us through your resume you're acting you know we'll just get into it when you were twelve I actually my mom got me into it when I was a baby so I started when I was three I started you know I wasn't like for her saying my line is and things when I was three but I did commercials I did a TV show called seaquest when I was eight years old I played an alien child that was a big deal for me I still aww speak alien if anyone asks and then when I was twelve I got guiding light and I moved here to New York and then I flew from New York back home to Florida where I lived you school back and forth probably twice a week and then finished school in Florida and then did the soap opera and moved up to L. A.'s do American dreams when I was fifteen did that show for three years and then started doing films after that the Classic Film Pacifier was my first movie people study that in ah I hadn't very proud of it and then from there you know I just went on to do other crazy movies and yeah when you say school like what was that normal school I was in normal school so my parents had a great idea which now in hindsight it was terrible idea to keep me in school because they wanted me to be normal and go to school and learn with everyone else and then go to New York and beyond the soap opera in half to memorize forty pages of lines and do that and then fly back to Florida and then be able to be in school at the same time so I taught myself basically because the union in New York and soap operas didn't facilitate a tutor so yeah it was kind of one of those hectic three years of my life where I went back and forth that's ex- for you but like I'm so grateful for your work thank you i WanNa talk about what is not on your IMDB profile what should we know about you that's not there In terms of work or anything I write a lot I think a lot of people don't know that I have written a few screenplays and I only would never call myself a writer yet because until I actually get something out there and get one of these movies that I've written seen directed I'm not going to call myself a writer I really enjoy that medium and I think something that people would know about me is that I'm very afraid of public singing and public speaking I'm having a shy yeah I cannot sing in front of people it's one of those weird things that defective mine I'd just frees up how do you audition good question it's a good question because I pretty much every audition that I've had where I've had to sing it's been I don't know all I've gotten the part to be honest I go into another usually close your eyes and just do Pittsburgh audition I was auditioning for and Jason Moore the director later hold me when we were filming you were so nervous I don't know how you got through it because I was closing my eyes and shaking but I got through it I would never ever guess that music that you did that that's so interesting though because we talk a lot do you consider yourself an introvert or you just get really nervous in front of people when you're Brittany it's funny because this changes but I've done some research on this and when I've taken you know Karl Jong Quizzes and things like that I've I've always been an extrovert because I gain energy from being around bowl and helping people and I love the energy of others but at the same time I'm also an introvert so it's shifted from into my thirties I'm now much orbiting time about this all the time because I think our team has always shocked and I think our audience especially when we do this we are both interests and this is exhausting to us because it requires us to be extroverts to be here so I think the three of us should go to good I think it's an interesting thing as you think about your building career and how do you balance sort of what you have to do for work with who you are as a person and your me time like how do you store how have you figured out what works for you to sort of stay sane and all of that it's been an interesting road with that because since being in this business for so long I I've seen so many people that have grown up with get burnt out or exhausted and I think that a good thing that was instilled in me by parents so my friends is that it's okay to shut off and gain inspiration by not having to be on you know it doesn't mean that you're a bad person it just means that you need time for yourself and I have a great support system with not only people but also with tools that I use of spirituality and things that I get outside I self music and things like that that make me feel like I can recharge and be a good person to others because I definitely don't support the idea that you have to be off I mean to people in order to get some introverted time our tools are being antisocial unsleeping my fiance says that he's like you're morning person you're not a night person you're asleep person and I'm like I love we find so we wanna get into almost family because when you were researching and watching the trailer this is a scary and fascinating show the premise can you tell us a little bit about it and where the show came from right so this is a concept that was originally created and in Australia the show was called sisters but even before that I think a lot of people might have read in the paper on the paper history interwebs That this is actually a really prevalent story that people are going through where a fertility doctor has used on material to impregnate his patients and I think that because of the new age that we're in with ANCESTRY DOT COM and DNA testing twenty-three me regaining so much information knowledge about ourselves that we never had before and although that's overwhelming and exciting it's also stabilising and the scary and so this facility doctor in our story is being held accountable for his actions and within that there are three women who kind of have to find each other and realize that they're sisters I played Julia Beckley who seemingly is the only daughter of Leon Beckley the fertility doctor and find out that I have multiple siblings two of which are these women bad I get close to the story is so crazy I don't even know what what made you WanNa take this role well so when I was doing someone great one of my best friends jammed up I love Oh huge game favourite if you guys haven't seen it like you'll cry you'll feel all the field definitely yeah even the tough guys cry so my friend heard I've always been trying to work together in so many different capacities and she was like there's this Australian show sisters and they are bringing it to America and it's going to be for Fox and just keep I on it so I told my agents about this long ago and I've been tracking it forever and then I finally got the audition for it and I was like this is my part I had to really for because I was doing a movie in Dallas at the time and I put myself on tape and had to go to this really creepy place to audition for where we sent it to La knew that I wanted to be a part of it because it had a really interesting balance of levity and also depth and it really had a portrait about these three women that were complex and also really empathetic characters and the main thing I I really loved that Leon Beckley the fertility doctor who is my father you know a few ago this would have never been a story that could come out where a man falls from grace white doctor man who really gets held accountable for his actions and I wanted to be a part of something where my character was the is for the viewers and to what this man has done and also trying to create a new family for
Bahamas, CBS And Chris Klein discussed on WBBM Early Afternoon News
"L. helicopter crashed off the Bahamas killing all seven people on board who were all Americans CBS's Emory green it was flying to fort Lauderdale Florida one of the victims is Chris Klein from Beckley West Virginia the state's governor describe Klein as a billionaire mining entrepreneur and a coal
Bahamas, Jim Justice And Chris discussed on Red Eye Radio
"The helicopter crashed about two miles out from the Bahamas on its way to fort Lauderdale Florida all seven Americans aboard were killed West Virginia governor Jim justice told the Beckley register Herald newspaper one of those killed was coal industry billionaire Chris
Weekend project: Backup, scan and save now
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. Jefferson Graham, USA the weekend edition of talking tech. Where today's headline is the California wildfire wakeup call backup scan and save now. And as you know, California was rocked this week with terrible massive fires in northern and southern California. And if you're sitting around the home this weekend, why not take a moment in make sure that you don't lose everything. In a disaster is pretty easy to do. Just take a few minutes in finally get around to digitizing your important stuff. Your passport, your license. Your driver's license. Your home deed, your wedding album, your wedding, license, your kids artwork from school. You name it. There are ways to save all that stuff. And you can either take a picture of it with your phone or you could use your camera to take better picture of it or you could take all your old pictures, and send them into be scanned lead. Let's look at the possibilities. First thing you want to do is take pictures of your papers, the easiest and cheapest way is to use your camera app. Sust nap photos of documents and photos, you could start with your camera app on your smartphone. If you want a little higher quality use the Google photo scan app. It's free. It uses software to compensate for scratches in glares in the photo. Now, that's taking pictures with your phone now, what about all the analog photos? Well, scan my photos dot com. I members dot com and others will scan shoe boxes worth of photos and digitize them if you're uncomfortable sticking your analog photos into a Mailer and shipping them out. Visit your local FedEx office location and ask for the Sony imitation machine. You can scan around one hundred photos onto a CD around five bucks. But you'll have to stand there and do each photo. One by one the bulk scanners are lot easier a lot quicker, and of course, a lot more expensive skin. My photos is one hundred and forty five dollars to scan ten thousand photos, which maybe more than any of us have. Okay. So now, we've got the picture scan. Now, what do we do hard-drive that is the cheapest and easiest option the problem with the traditional drive is that they will eventually fail. But a good alternative is the newer solid state drive, which has no moving parts, you can get a five hundred gig drive around one hundred bucks. I is one hundred dollars four four terabyte model that would be four thousand gigs. You could also use a USB drive. Those obviously do not have as much storage. But I think there are a little bit more reliable because they don't have any moving parts either. You can pick up a two hundred and fifty six gigabyte drive around fifty bucks. Now, the best and most reliable backup would be online backup. Google dropbox. Microsoft's one drive in Apple's I cloud or the most popular tools for packing backing up. Our stuff. Apple is only for photos videos. The others can include papers and other documents. The rates are all over the map. You're looking at two dollars monthly for one hundred gigabytes with Google where around one hundred dollars yearly for one to two terabytes from the main players either way, I hope you get busy in start digitizing. Do you have questions about the process? I'm here to help. I'm Jefferson Graham, you can find me on Twitter at Jefferson Graham. My Email address is Jay Grammont USA as you've been listening. Talking beckley. Subscribe at show on apple podcast, these favorite the show on Stitcher, which helps more people find a show in his always. Thanks everyone for. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you want to be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You look amazing on every device desktop and mobile and it takes less than five minutes. Plus, you can do it with one hand. So it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your very own beautiful professional website today.
Smoking ban to go in effect for public housing July 31
"It's Eighty-six degrees at one thirty, I'm Brett better on NewsRadio ten. Eighty KRLD a federal, judge has rejected a last-ditch effort by gun control. Groups, to block the Trump administration from allowing the public to download blueprints for three. D printable, guns US district judge Robert Pittman. In Austin said he. Sympathised with gun control groups concerns but question their legal standing to intervene the Brady center to prevent gun violence every town for gun safety and the giffords, Law Center to prevent gun violence had tried. To intervene after a settlement between defense distributed and the US government. That allowed the company to legally published. Three gun, blueprints, online Bill, Rakoff CBS news Washington starting. July thirty first next Tuesday, smoking will be banned in all public housing writing up we'll be prohibited both in and. Within twenty five feet of units Could, be your Kareem. Is, with the Dallas office of the American lung association he, says the. New federal rule from hood is a good thing for overall hell And especially in public housing For smoking more than double, than the national average case even more of a dangerous factor. To staff and the vegetarian so, this lowest person from ours protecting long from secondhand smoke cream acknowledges some may see this as an example of government overreach This is from About secondhand smoke is she's not a role to. Attack tobacco users he says many public housing agencies in North Texas confirm they are ready to enforce any rule summer or even banning the use of, e, cigarettes police say suspicious item sound inside Trump Tower have been determined. To be harmless the New York. Police department's counterterrorism chief. Says on Twitter that packages found in the building have been deemed safe by the department's bomb squad, and officer president. Donald Trump's rise I noticed a suspicious item this afternoon at authorities did not immediately give further details about what was found avenue was closed on the block in front. Of the skyscraper. Wet police investigated President Trump was not in. New York today Carol-lee traffic and weather together we've got Northbound. Let's see Sponsored by progressive insurance eastbound. I two TV I thirty east Hampton road an accident in the far right lane has you backed up to? Sylvan starting tonight all lanes at I thirty five at Beckley avenue will be closed through Monday at. Five AM. Cruiser moving back the overpass traffic will be diverted. In both directions heavy delays are expected.
"beckley" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots
"That's amazing but i don't know what it is what is character lacking string string character feckless of she can't rely on her feckless son of feckless maneuver that can only serve griffin enemy wow that's wack though because money a cut that kind of covers everything right you gotta put put beckley beckley was last was a copy but they gotta go back on and she's a woman to like i wouldn't i wouldn't i wouldn't play like that if i was her yeah not that word i mean you're a comedian it's all kind of other witty entertaining stuff you're gonna came up with the call her like you can't use because you know women don't like that word that's why i use it but that's actually specifically used it to trigger the reaction well this remember he had that same energy when somebody comes to match it was apologize and tap tap dancer river dance whatever white people do shit on telling because you know what's going to have it by the way i don't know if you if you realize it but every time we have these conversations another parallel comes that shows us exactly the hypocrisy of body everybody so something's going to happen with the man to be in the future with somebody's gonna call her out her name and she's going to try to galvanize people to come to her defense and gonna me like oh whoa feckless okay not fought we call that we didn't i would never woman.
"beckley" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"I mean both beckley would just kick you in the butt give you that little tap tap on the but let you know you need to pick it up or or step out but this coach he's doing you can't you can't do that the kids nowadays they're different all kids are different now you've got to treat them differently but he send signals saying in my one fifteen a my roster those guys that are gonna travel and do things like that some use scholarship kids aren't on my one fifteen wow yeah that'll get your attention that'll get your attention and that's you know you can you can if you're on scholarship you can feel like okay well i'm i'm all set here most of these guys look they they wanna play and they wanna play badly and they're working extremely hard but you know you can think you're working hard and you can still not maybe beginning that little extra pushing it just that little little extra like jim harbaugh did selfmotivated when when he was in school and you know i hear the hear the stories he'd intuitive as he'd go for a run between workouts onto a days why because he was doing something extra that the other guys weren't doing and that was going to give him a competitive advantage and you know that's how mine works and he wants guys as ready as can be and so you know if you put it out there no no spot is guaranteed they're up for grabs you earn the spot but whether you're tryout guy a walk on a scholarship player and and everybody hears that everybody gets that when it comes out on a podcast and okay no i'm i'm gonna do a little bit extra today and so if that happens then exactly what i would think he's after is is playing out is happening.
"beckley" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"The origins of it or the earlier portions of it going back at least a couple of thousand years before ten thousand bc and when you look at both the in beckley taipei and other sites they are not the beginning of survives ation they're not you know the early crude rudimentary stages and i'm certain that they had thousands of years leading up to them so we're pushing things back quite far into the past and you have to put this in perspective the classic academic point of view which is still ingrained in many of the universities among classic archaeologist and pretty historians is that civilization did not arise until about four thousand to three thousand bc so this is pushing it back six seven eight thousand years earlier to again what i call earlier cycle several civilization which earlier cycle of civilization which was decimated by the catastrophes at the end of the last night sage when we look at what we are taught when we look at what we are taught which is at three thousand b c the rise of both ancient sumer and of course ancient egypt that at that time stone age man what you were crossing over out of stone age man into mon but stone age man at three thousand bc the rest of the world forget about egypt in ancient sumer but the rest of the world is still technically running around an animal skins still technically running around an animal skins and even leading right up to about four thousand three thousand bc in egypt and sumer whatnot it's a fairly primitive state but but and this is a big but what we have here is what i'm now calling dark age in fact i'm calling it seductive which you know k d she actually came up with the acronym ritually right solar induced doc h s a and what this is is literally a dark age when it comes to humanity that lasted from the demise the catastrophe ninety seven hundred bc until about the period of four thousand three thousand bc so to put things in seven thousand year dark age.
"beckley" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"One of my passions is music oh and so beginning music studio in beckley it's called christian do and so excited to be starting this we wouldn't be able to do any of this if we weren't debtfree but i'm going to have people come in to teach profit music lessons and i'm going to begin teaching kendra music classes we had our kids in kinder music classes in previous years and it's something i've always wanted to do but just it seemed beyond our reach because of the amount for the start up for that and we're doing it now i'm getting ready to finish up my kinder music training now and so we're just we are on fire right now disturb ready to get nobody else you paid the price to win and adam's adam's venture started for mass teaching fpu at our church we've had three different classes that we've taught and it's been amazing to see the changes in people's lives that has made you guys are done it you've watched these classes you've also become a coach what do you tell people the key to getting out of debt is the two main things lilies from a married couple standpoint is number one you have to work together have to be on the same page and number two is the budget i mean it's there's no we say it all the time on the show you hear people say all the time and it sounds so cliche but you have to do it every single month and you have to work together on the budget and when things pop up like unexpected things with the kids or whatever you just work together and talk it through so just being on the same page and doing the budget and.
Analysis: Why Aluminum Bears Brunt of U.S. Sanctions on Russia
"Pushing back very hard against further sanctions because a lot of its major industrial firms daimler siemens i'm bmw volkswagen they all depend on supply chains relationships with with roussell on the sanction entities i'm so it's going to impact their business as well so becomes a political situation where we're with the countries that are affected by the sanctions indirectly not appreciate on the americans want to ease off differently is it possible percents sake but that's that that rises come purely on speculation and the next one that maybe they could be the next one maybe there could be some impact from the fact that roussel has a stake we should talk a bit about the oil price is well because although all all firms and not directly sanctioned in this round of sanctions it's important for the whole russian economy isn't because russia is a big producer of oil the oil prices rising i mean it's it's a bit better for russia than it has been in the last year or so the oil price partly thanks to the the deal between russia and saudi arabia an opec is rising now it's about seventy dollars a barrel in we will times because the ruble has plunged on these sanctions the oil price actually russian companies is the best they've ever seen through down about ten percent actual beckley sanctions and for the bigger political picture because we think of trump is being close to russia you know he's often talked about the the need to make make friends with putin and make friends with russia and yet these sanctions are probably the hardest sitting of of any heads since crimea what what whereas american policy at all i think we we generally find the the sanctions policy coming out to the us to be fairly inconsistent and incoherent one point trump will take towards russia and at the same time you have a whole raft of very hostile bills coming through congress driven by hardline republicans that targeting russia's so it's very hard to discern which direction and it'll go in and i think that is what is spooking the markets and jack what about the companies who are caught in the crossfire western companies if you need aluminium can you find it.
YouTube shooting: Nasim Aghdam's videos central to suspected motive
"Since his inauguration last year last july trump spoke to thousands of boy scouts of their jamboree his speech there drew criticism over remarks that many called highly politicized at an august rally trump was joined by governor jim justice in huntington were justice announced he was switching from democrat to republican the president's last stop in the state was the republicans annual congressional retreat in february at the greenbrier resort which is owned by the justice family group for npr news i'm dave mitch in beckley west virginia turn that australia where the privacy commissioner is opening a formal investigation into facebook's unauthorized use of data and melbourne here's louisa limb facebook says information for more than three hundred thousand australians may have been improperly shared with the data analysis firm cambridge analytica now the acting commissioner anthony gene faulk says she'll investigative facebook breached the privacy act if so it could face fines of one point five million dollars the australians among eighty seven million people affected worldwide a facebook stralia executive william eastern admitted the company failed to meet us expectations the scandals wiped about one hundred billion dollars of facebook's market value for npr news this is louis elim in melbourne youtube is preparing to increase security at its headquarters in its offices around the world in response to this week's shooting on its san bruno california campus police say the thirty four year old woman who carried out the attack was angry about youtube decision block her videos seem ogden had accused youtube of unfairly censoring her and preventing her from earning money youtube had no comment about its decisions at the shooter protested at last check on wall street the dow jones industrial average was up nearly three hundred fifty points or one point four percent at twenty four thousand six hundred thirteen this is npr this is wnyc i'm shumita basu in new york a brooklyn congresswoman is speaking out about yesterday's police shooting of a black man thirty four year old saheed vessel was shot by nypd officers in crown heights responding to reports of a man with a gun the object he was holding was later revealed to be a metal tube congresswoman yvette clark represents most of central brooklyn including crown heights on the brian lehrer show clark said police need to be better informed about potential threats otherwise it could lead to reactionary biased behaviour somewhere along the line we've got to get to the point in.
Why are the Cleveland Cavaliers struggling
"He can't be the all time leading scorer in the history of the nba if you want to hang on that long and we'll skip the whereas lebron playing next year for now back on friday maybe i'll run out of content and be looking for some hot takes so yeah if you're looking at the standings not good news for cleveland but i told him for dan this very night a year ago what we're talking about last march what's wrong with the cavs why can't they play any defense are the celtics for ye real a year ahead of schedule and what happened when we got to the eastern conference finals more of the same so if you're an nba insider i can understand the ability to craft the argument that this cavalier's situation is different because they're playing defense and because lebron needs kyri figure who's going to step up and take those kinds of shots g believe it's going to be kevin love was last time he had a big shot i think he got go back to minnesota and nothing was on the line there because t wolves were terrible throughout his tenure his numbers were fabulous the personification of versatility that stage of his career but always feels like to me when i see kevin love he's very comfortable in that complementary role but you gotta give me an argument more than you think lebron is spent or he's gonna break down or he's gonna hit the wall because remember the playoff schedule is on his side you don't play back to backs they stretch it out to maximize the impact on tv it's all there in front of them and previewing the when i hit the glass box here that says break in case of emergency if lebron's making his decision again based on legacy won't you stay in the east for at least one more year why are you coming west if you want to make it to another nba finals if keeping that streak intact is important to him stay in the east either squeeze one more year in cleveland hold them hostage again or go to philadelphia that would be fun to watch trust lebron and trust the process but i'm not going to bury cleveland based on issues beckley losing to a.
"beckley" Discussed on WCHS
"The game just all parker spurred with the championship win over the george washington growth now i was teaching jim hamrick beef first your commissioner for them as they see a said okay wins that wins the close game he goes maybe this coming right be right you look at it shakes up to be that close game at you think i made the michael also walk around at the easel played them i got got him back in the lana going against pitman on anything you've got a lot of great matchups in this game tonight i think this could be the best he mosley coming down here i thought the beckley gw game might be the best him i don't think anybody expected beckley do what they did at george washington are with magic especially since gw was healthy uh so i think that's a prize a lot of folks maybe even open up surmised across state about boecklin beckley is coming under the radar a little bit and maybe that opened up smiles you like me go and and work at the state tournament how does ron has skin his guys always ready at the right time with any great analogy land you've got to be able to coach that talent enviable to play in the gains and he's been able to do this amazing what he's been able to do it really hasn't he think about some of the gaza these losses well that when on the play college ball i mean he's lost a lot of great players we just keep bringing them in michael thousand uganda drawn haven i think drawn does a great job got the outstanding freshman for huntington as well he's a heck of a ball player i just keeps on coming for unemployed yeah it's like in football as well yeah it's pretty amazing michael got now my could also finding senior mention the mark smith so here's this freshman that run has can be able to build around but this is a capital teams beat them twice this year and is becoming a strange year for cameroon all talk more about that in the pregame show coming up in a guy had no chance to interview both coaches yeah looking forward to it i i think this would be a.
"beckley" Discussed on No Agenda
"To the sales of of oxycontin in a ago sounds good to me now sounds totally bogeyed of to me and by the way now rearing its ugly head is uh meth meth is back in a big way the meth now available is an incredibly pure strong whatever it is is this i'm sorry why was a better i wou i have no idea of the gist i think it's competition knew new pharmacies pharmaceutical companies are making it they're making the meth tatemono i'm just saying could lose it as in boy would their quality improved so much at all bum i'm not an expert in the cookie jar i will let's go to a couple of meyer clips uh i take one is the said things often the right she skipped later go into a couple of these by worms uh i worms it is on oregon woman is the first known human case of a parasitic infection spread by flies her case was published in case centers for disease control report this week in 2016 26yearold abby beckley was diagnosed with a type of i warm seen only in cattle after experiencing some irritation in her left eye she ended up removing a tiny warm than she found another and then another and another in the doctors were all puzzled the only thing you could tell her to do was just keep pulling the worms out we give her an anti period critic each and worms would guy in there but wouldn't be removed nearer it was almost strangely comical but then there is also parts of it like a late i was living in a nightmare how bizarre the whole process took several weeks beckley says she has been warmed free.
"beckley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Our in turkey go beckley happy uh is dated by orthodox historians to b twelve thirteen thousand years old uh and oddly enough although the whole of the conversation but y you really not supposed to talk about it for some odd reasons there are things in australia and new zealand from that same make olympic culture there's amateur is all over russia uh that are pointing out these vastly old megalithic structures and so the kind of up um benefactor the generator of this show the the godfather of this i still john anthony west the talks about if you rewind the clock back far enough there seems to have been this global culture it wasn't just this continent of that continent but if you go back far enough this seems to have been a culture that extended over the entire world that uh one is defining features of it is they really have this way with stone and carving but they used stone in carving to express this is science that doesn't seem possible such a remote age for the phone call joy great question but there's another point here that needs to be driven home chance in the old story the consistent story is that everything started in egypt eager to three thousand b c and you've got the start of everything there is nothing before that now we have go beckley tapie seven eight thousand years older than egypt any it wasn't supposed to exist yep be it it's one of the craziest parts of history and again it's starting to answer a lot of these questions force our guest tonight chance gardner live from australia director magically djibril one and to sitting in for george noory admirals to.
"beckley" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The most part that's the way it goes most bad teams what's the correlation they have a bad offensive line and they get sacked and they may be they never go through progressions it really retards their growth like core with the texans early they're never the same guy the difference i think with with chicago is their interior line is is quite good and they're running game is very very good as well with jordan howard so isn't that enough in theory to insulate trubisky earlier that may be some other young quarterbacks yeah i i think guard to guard their their one of the bat in we were they're very strong with long hidden and white here really great last year at the centre position by bear left tackled child went out is a guy day i think is serviceable but i don't know you want a servicable left apple at beckley with a a rookie quarterback so i do think that he admitted gates you a little bit and john pot talked about how did they do want you one jordan howard more than what they did last year they didn't even really recognized jordan howard into a week or of the season so it makes you wonder if they would have given him the ball earlier we ridiculing ham right there with the you finish second iraq rushing if he'd been right there it is the elevators farther the rushing title go in the league i do think that that they from what they're saying publicly what ryan paid for said you got it said look if he's good enough to compete there we're going to let him compete which is a change and banned from look it might glennon's year young and the problem that i think that glen and is going to run into it he gave me the guy at the beginning at camp helen everyone who would listen it's my years my year it's my year it who got into a rapport with.
"beckley" Discussed on WCHS
"A l k justin from beckley hello sir robert yet bar we got cut up property out yeah hit that heartbreak i apologise continue with your thoughts it nope iggy and i never usually while an idea matt mobley thank you it near pointed yawn bump bank i meat admit i think there are counterprotesters and they had a lot of those weapons than bang that you were talking about so do you feel the same about the m i've unitl that eight each time a protest erupted into violence that that is uncalledfor you're right to protest is protected by the constitution we all have a right to protest i think we should do so peacefully when we picked up his club's and and we start hitting each other i have a problem with it yup so i would you go legally be initial protesters were there or do you knock the acnoe protesters were legally white with permanent i do not and and that group as you as you well know there's there's an article today i think in the washington post or the examiner talking about the fact this group comes to the rallies and they are there to quote unquote protects free speech here's the issue again that i have with that that i can't get through my noodle maybe you can help me i i don't see why we need clubs violence and riot gear to allow someone to speak if we've gotten to that point in america were you can't speak your mind and we can't have civility and listen to each other's opinions without some one holding a club over our head it's a sad day in american michael i i agree i wish that i could go to these play her and get a group well kurti or forty out of quote down and get media spotlight on that but it's not people who ignorant get the attention and i rank honestly through a lot of people go recurred they've already been wiped up without the situation gather by protesters yeah they they wanna watch dvr you're right but i believe you know it would be nice maybe we could get together later honor soccer and go to cement grant and have a fragment only on how you extract the good people from both because they're not all bad people and cook them together and have a bit down and.
"beckley" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM
"Wondering with but an of beckley deputy in turkey if you have any comment on the or how you feel about well yes and no it turns out that every year archaeologists discovered more and more about the ancient civilizations of the past and we realize that a lot of our time frames have to be readjusted to compensate for that for example many of the things mentioned in the bible things mention in german myth college is likely example the trojan wars and the city of troy turned out to be true we actually found the city of troy and however you can't put some boundaries on this and that is the ice age the ice age ended roughly ten thousand years ago and before then it was quite differ local to have what is called modern civilization we were basically nomads we were chasing after the deer and the buffalo and if the dear the buffalo left and left you behind you starve to death so you had to chase after the dear you were migrants you're permanently on the road would because your food was also on the road as well therefore cities as we know them were not possible they're worse isolated settlements of course but you have to have a source of food then after the ice age ended then the age of agriculture started and then you could have the first stationery villages even if the buffalo and even if the dear left you did starved to death could you could plant apple sees an harvests them in your own backyard and with the discovery of agriculture came the first villages then the first cities then the first empires began to to rise out of the desert and the jungle so when we look at ancient civilizations recorded history goes back roughly five thousand years at beyond that things get very very fuzzy but yeah many of the things mentioned in the bible you can begin the process of dating some of these things and you're realize that yes you can date history going back recorded history.