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Breast Cancer Survivor Naomi Damask Shares Her Diagnostic Journey

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

03:06 min | Last month

Breast Cancer Survivor Naomi Damask Shares Her Diagnostic Journey

"I love talking to Belo Drivers in women who? Walk the walk and understand right because we we. You know unless you had that diagnosis new been through that journey. You really can't relate a hundred percent. So let's start there. Let's start with the pain and how that led to your passion So My pene happen in two forms of tumors in December of. Twenty eleven I was diagnosed, and as one of those things that had probably that Spring, we actually I felt one of my lumps we're in Hawaii. Playing in the surf yet full sand. and. I remember like going over and thinking that doesn't seem normal and disordered dismissing it in. Then as time went on decided, it was like it's still bear promised should go get this checked out. Fast forward life was happening I. Do not get in to see my ob until December and that's when you you're in the throes of the holidays and it wasn't on my radar anymore. And she's like Oh you know you have a long but it's probably not seen. It's probably just you're young. That's what she kept saying you're young it's probably just assists but let's go get it checked out. How you have that gut feeling. In, ad that get feeling and so I had a my first ever Mammogram, and then I also had it altered sound and it was during the ultrasound. The doctor kept asking me you show where your long this scenario like right here like by the time I finally said to her what's going on because you keep asking me the same question and I, keep pointing to the same area and she said, well, it was at Sir that long pause she said there's two and I can tell by the ultrasound that they're not fluid builds that means they're not cyst and rape in there. Just it was like that hit your stomach and it was a aid. And Ironically we had just my husband had Jessica job to move us from city of Chicago to Atlanta the week before. So I was like why need to have a show like what does this all mean another like we really need to do biopsy. And they said, it probably will take you know tone men Wednesday before we have any news well, that Monday I got the news. It was one of those things that you know when you're. Be Calls and says, Hey, call me ascendancy gift. That s if with patients tell the nurse to come get me. And she didn't even have to say anything more than that when I called and they put me on hold to get her she's like a hate giving this news, but it is cancer and basically I don't want to count Dec- anyone downtown. Chicago you to go to north shore, which was like closer to our was in the city. And she's like your whole team is waiting for you and talk about throwing you to the fear pool adverse. That's what they did and it was almost a blessing because it I it's it's led me to where I am today.

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"belo" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

07:21 min | 3 months ago

"belo" Discussed on Hustleshare

"This podcast contains different language so make sure there's no kids. Need to this, just we're going to be talking about a hostile that piece a lot of people beautiful and to tell us all about. Bearing, well known person. Her name is the Dora Vicki Belo of the Belo Medical Group before adopt viki became the celebrity doctor everybody knows she'll tell us the hospitals that she had to go to eighteen. Instructor also share, with us, pal deeply entrenched her y his considering that she had to go through a lot of discrimination because of how she looked up not he's also going to share with us how she he'll pioneer in life changing colleges like laser technology and liposuction that wasn't signs because she'll also share the business side of things in how she was able to grow by getting to show Biz and how she was able to build her team and the systems that allow them to grow nationally in Leslie excuse also going to share. Their vity in the midst of this pandemic in how they're able to make more people still beautiful despite being fully remote stick around until the end because she will provide a lot of bites you can use for your own hustle especially during this pandemic. So. If you're ready to learn the hustle behind Belo Medical Group. Let's begin this episode. Right What let us episode of Hustle. Share podcast I am still stash rock. Selling. But again I, ask no words really babble before I get started because we are very fortunate to have her on the show to talk about not her life butter business but again, welcome to the show Doc Vicki. Bello. Muscle share. What are you talking I'm not. And again, thanks very much for everything and in terms of having time I. Know you're very busy person you have a baby daddy daycare but before I get carried away I'll ask you the million dollar question that I've always been asking just started this podcast doc Vicky. What's your hustle? Hustle I have I think my hustle started when I was five years old side. Hustles in life but I'm leaving one of these people always figure saw a week or from anything that I do so I can't stand it. I, I, am not careening I feel like I'm not being productive. So for example, some of my businesses started baking when his only seven years old because I love to eat this stuff. And I found dog and I was one hundred pounds. And I. Thought. Was I always tell the story that I'm an ornate style than I I don't know how to hustle like other people because I don't have siblings anything can learn the also. Grabbing stains trying to. Negotiate with your brothers and sisters or something, but I didn't have that. So rolling out. Yeah. I was handed. Over there right Miami Barron's CERNA MURPHY NOT I would wait for people to give me sugar flowers and all the hands of the open. And I wouldn't have any. So I decided to learn how to be then I found out that if I date cupcakes. While if years is fifty, forty, five minutes to go I, begin the most popular girl in school. Okay. NICAS Chubby with glasses nothing. Great. But if I both cupcakes to school. Every buddy would be my friend if you. Finish out, talk SELENA's everybody. In this. At the moment. We do not sound MPG Scottish to do exactly what I did. So she has it snow sweets. I do not seen any videos, but we spent a lot of baking and then I grew up in I got. I got fatter and I got more impulse nine. The got might be so I that's when I decided. I went all the doctor's offices Dermot. Impulse I said Norman. And then I was I always had a weight on them. So I discovered a Rubik's knows. It just introduced in Chicago aerobics. Jason. I lived there with my ex hus- then that barks said Yup. So I- classicist I went Jane Fonda. The shed of his and I started learning how to teach their the. In Nine Dean Eighty. Teach aerobics enough like hatch club whatever because you know I figured out I was in medical school still eating because it was my way of. Letting, go stress and something that they shout. might wait just so I would southwest they had to be paid for it and I was already Egypt I. Liked Barking out orders. And then the art and I'm so happy because I had such a law. Raping list of people trying to join right last so. Successful that in. If. Everything I do I always need to then I started practicing medicine I went abroad studies. That And then on liposuction. So. Hey. I can suck that inaugural work it out. So, that. I can buy temples. Today because you spend so much money going to a dermatologist and they were I felt like I could do a better job. So it's a great. So that's so find a problem when you're given lemons make eight they my. Moto. Is Amazing but doc. Did you basically laid it all out the the whole career ready but I wonder I wonder. No. No. No. But I wanted you to a deep dive but I need you to buckle up real quick because we're going to ride the hustle share time machine. which sounds like a fairytale by the way I don't know why still. But hopefully in the episode what hundred plus upgrade. Our. Doc You mentioned you did so many hustles in whatnot what What would the early struggles because? Usually with entrepreneurs. You know there's a WHO got deep who for us. Thank for me. I was a single I was an only child and I was raised by. Mom She had to struggle for just put me through good schools, which eventually gave me the right opportunities. To thrive and I think her always. By why going up West Always Always rented. Growing. Up I. Knew we never had enough. So my goal was to buy Mama House and I only. That but that that kept me going for you what what was that wind? You've had.

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Wrinkle Twinkle: Wrinkle Fillers 101

The Jersey Joe Show

01:38 min | 1 year ago

Wrinkle Twinkle: Wrinkle Fillers 101

"So we're going to talk a little bit more about wrinkle fillers, and we call them wrinkle fillers there's so much more. It's the second most popular procedure in all of cosmetic surgery, following of course, boats hawks which is formerly called botulinum toxin Boateng's is actually just one of four different brands of that Botula Lynam toxin and the wrinkle fillers while there's lots of them. Now, there's juvenile and a whole family of juvenile in products and wrestling and their products and Belo tarot and a whole bunch of others that will maybe talk about tonight. But hopefully, you'll ask me a question about them eight hundred three to one zero seven ten we're also going to talk about I don't might be the concept of the mommy makeover. That is so many plastic surgeons talk about that. But I'm gonna tell you why I don't think the mommy makeover is a good idea at least not a good idea to do in one procedure. And I stand maybe not quite alone. Certainly in a minority of plastic surgeons because so many plastic surgeons would love to do the, mommy makeover. Because it's a big day in the operating for everybody. But I believe in safety. I, and I don't think that a a long procedure that combines a tummy tack with a breast augmentation or breast lift is uniformly safe. You know, I think separately they're just fine. And we can we can do these in two different procedures. But that's what the mommy makeover is. And and people talk about that. But I'll tell you why later in the show why think it's not the best idea to have a mommy makeover at least in one day. All right.

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Rappers, women won big at Grammys after past snubs

The Frame

06:31 min | 1 year ago

Rappers, women won big at Grammys after past snubs

"You watch the Grammy awards last night, and you care about representation and diversity. You may have been pleasantly surprised the sixty first annual Grammy awards did not repeat the Grammy. So male ceremony of twenty eighteen where only one woman Elissa car up one a solo award in the top categories Alicia Keys, hosted Cardi B became the first solo women to win for rap album and Casey must graves took home the trophy for album of the year on top of all that the show's musical performances were heavily female driven with numbers by do aletha. Dolly Parton, communica Baeau, lady Gaga and many more. I spoke today with varieties executive music editor, Shirley Helprin. And she began with her reaction to the shows performances. I thought the performances were really top knots. I thought they were very well produced. They were colorful, they were labyrinth was a lot of, you know, really, you know, beautiful choreography, you know, there were couple of moments. I think people were sort of scratching their heads. Like Jennifer Lopez, you know, sort of presence in the Motown sixtieth anniversary tributes. You know, she got a lot more singing time than smokey Robinson. Who was you know, one of the architects of the Motown's found, but I think Casey muss grades was fantastic. Cardi B was really fun. Boys over about his truck Sawhill speak. In terms of of them stepping into that kind of Barras in line last year about how women needs to step up. I mean, I think the producers and CBS really took to heart the controversy and really looked at their program and thought about these issues I wanna play something from do aletha who won best new artist. She was making a reference to comments made last year by academy president Neo Poh now. Oh my God. I don't even know what speaking I guess where I wanted to begin by saying. How on and I am to be nominated alongside so many incredible female artists, the fizz, I guess this really stepped up. So that is Mirroring what Neil porno said about women stepping up. So they're two things that are at issue here. One is who is allowed and invited to perform their show and the second is who actually goes home with a hardware. So if you're to look at who actually was nominated who won Grammys does it feel like some progress is being made on that front. Even if the performers were actually more Representative of the industry. Yeah. I can't really give credit to the Grammys organization for that. Because it's it's the voting body and the voting body is is working musicians and engineers and mixers producers songwriters, you know. So so it's really what they feel are our songs on the albums that most resonated this year. I think Casey most grades winning album of the year is a great example of how an artist really transcend, John RAs, I love country music with everything that I am. And I'm very proud to be able to get to share my version of that with the world. Thank you for supporting that joke, the embraced by, you know, not just an American audience, but global audience who, you know, probably a lot of them wouldn't call themselves country music fans. So I think that was a big win. And I think childish Gambino winning for this is America, which is such a provocative. You know, in politically charged song was another example of the voting body really embracing something that is different that is not pop-oriented. That wasn't you know, like a major radio hit, you know, all of these things come into play. And and I think things are changing, you know, look -lution sorta like steering battleship. It doesn't happen overnight. But I see signs of abroad or more inclusive Grammy organization than the feature were you think about kind of how wide net the Grammy's and the Grammy voters are casting. You look at Casey most graves, even though the k pop. Bam BTO's did not win. There were certainly a big presence. Does it feel like the definition of what is Grammy worthy is becoming a little bit more broad now. Well, I think there's always been this conflict between Grammys as a TV show and Grammy's as, you know, a music awards ceremony, and you really have to balance those two things, and I think for CBS, which which airs the show their priority is really just making sure that people tune in and that they get the youngest demo possible. You know, Camille at the Belo is odd. Obviously very much of that generation and BTS which has very very energetic fan base. That's why they were toes into present. I mean, they were only nominated for best reporting package and they didn't win. So, you know, been of a stretch to have them there. But that's not to say that people weren't like in excited. Just to see you know, what is the biggest Cape fans in the world. So it's a mix of all those things, you know. I mean, I think it'll be more interesting to see how other awards shows sort of pit after the Grammy's, and the fact that that really took, you know, a much broader more pop Centric Roop of artists to perform were you think about the people who won not only the broadcast Ramon. But earlier was there a specific award that really gratified you and conversely was there one person who didn't win who really wish might have. I think the gratifying win was Saint Vincent winning with Jeff. Antonoff just to incredible artists. You know, I was really thrilled that to aletha one for for best new artist and for electricity, which is just an amazing amazing song really one of the greatest songs of the last year in terms of surprises. I mean, I I mean the little surprise that some of the artists coming in with so many nominations like Drake really didn't walk away with a whole hell of a lot. But I will shout out to one amazing female mastering engineer, which is Emily Lazar. She won four for mastering for Beck's album, and she has been at this for like, you know, twenty years really at the top of her name. And she's the first woman, you know, mastering engineer to win a Grammy of the stature. So really really thrilled about that. To know when it comes to representation women come up very short as producers and as engineer so that was a very special win,

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Massive funding crisis for Palestine relief, compounds collapsing system: UN coordinator

UN News

06:15 min | 2 years ago

Massive funding crisis for Palestine relief, compounds collapsing system: UN coordinator

"This is Matt wells at U N, news Gaza hospitals, unable to feed their own patients elective surgeries perspective for years. Those are just a few examples of what the UN's deputy special coordinator for the Middle East. Jamie McGoldrick describes as a collapsing system in free fall on Monday, he issued an appeal as part of the humanitarian response plan for next year the three hundred and fifty million dollars to help one point four million people in the most need across the pied Palestinian. Territories chiefly the Gaza Strip are you a news Arabic chief Reema buzzer was in Gaza with Mr. McGoldrick several weeks ago, and after they visited the main hospital together she asked him to outline the extent of Gaza's plight. The health sector here has been under severe funding shortages for for years. The blockade for the last twelve years by Israel has prevented goods coming in movement. The lack of supply of key essential drugs has been one of the reasons why in the salad problem is one of the reasons as hospitals don't operate properly. L she has a special offer because it's a teaching hospital is one of the biggest hospitals here. And as a result of that when the greet. Macho return demonstration started the March. It was the police that absorb the biggest number of casualties people who are wounded as demonstrations those being twenty thousand people in jobs and five those of those with live bullets most of the injuries are below the knee. And so what we saw today in the hospital was hundreds of young men and women who have been short Belo's who need at least six seven very complicated vascular born reconstruction subsidies, which would take maybe two years seventy operations, and of course, millions of dollars and needs technical support a needs technical ability needs resources this hospital. This guy's doesn't have. Not even talking about the the stick. We're talking about only wounded emergency cases. But there's adults. Yeah. The delta said this morning, they've kgo eight thousand elective surgeries for heart surgery for cancer patients for people regarding tons plant Sodi operations, all of those have been left the being pushed the hospital that don't long do that in the hospital anymore. The only teach trauma Kazaks all the deal with all the other subjects have been postponed. Council delayed or send somewhere else, and that's up to it'll be years before they can clear that might log. Meanwhile, more and more people are getting sick. That exit of the hospital said that he was working he's working as a doctor for thirty years. And this is the first time ever that he sees a hospital unable to feed its patients, and he asked for more support. What can the U N do? Well, I mean, what we try to do when the guy the marches took place demonstrations, we a special people, which was a white paper, which was to try and bring donor specific funding for the health sector. We mighty stick over twenty million dollars. But that's twenty million less than we need. We need forty million. Plus, and that's just to deal with the case law would behalf today every Friday there are more patients who arrive with boom bullet wounds or requiring treatment, and it just answer the caseload. Meanwhile, the other subsidies are not team police because there's no key essential drugs. Can not enough essential drugs. We hear from the Central American see store, the drugstore that are some drugs that run on the running thet it is and forty days. And then when he he says he can't feed these people as indicative of the crisis that health system faces, but the health system is only power part of a broader issue. A broader issue of collage. Apps collapsing system in free fall. And if we said that the unemployment rate in Gaza is fifty percent, how Gessen's surviving always flagged this idea of resilience, which is something that are self reliance that the half here in Gaza. I mean, what is so willingness to survive under very terrible conditions of Nokia station. A blockade of an ability to move around freely unless you can p to go from there. Most people are stuck here for most of the lives. And it's not as you can buy everything you can have everything if you working seven and ten youth don't have jobs, and what we're trying to do is to create cash for what programs are we'll try to get people on what schemes that gives them a trade or skill that, they can go outside St. and say the to themselves, but this difficult to bring immaterial to actually, you know, build funded and self on a Sudafed to export matisyahu because of the restrictions are placed on Gaza. So it's a very very harsh environment for economic development. As a result of the economy is in freefall, the World Bank report in September said very very clear. The GDP gone to one person and to our declared this in poverty, as by the UN standards. So we're facing a crumbling collapsing situation here, and if you put on top of that all the stresses of the great March, Tom the demonstration, the health system, the psychosocial, and then you've got owner as the funding crisis for Indra as massive, you know, people are not George people are losing their jobs losing the support. And that's only adding further and further pressure on a very fragile precarious environment. And you mentioned before that two thousand eighteen was the worst humanitarian funding. What was the main reason for this? Well, I think there's a couple of reasons I think first of all this environment in the Middle East is a lot of other countries who may or higher profile than Palestine, and that would be the Yemen's of the series and the racks and then Libya's so you compete against those unfairly an also Palestine's been around for a long long time. People don't get the sense that there's a there's a political solution in any anything soon. And I think on top of that you've been doing fatigue. You know, then I think with the the fund. Cuts from the US towards Indra. I think that's basically been a catalyst other things to happen. I think is all of that. So we struggle as or humanitarian response plan for two thousand eighteen thirty five percent funded against the global average of fifty percent, which I fade how incredulous that has given the importance of Palestine to this Middle East region and the fighter this Palestinian question has been languishing for so many decades support you're getting from the Arab words from the region. Well, I mean, clearly not enough. I mean, I know the recently pledging event in the received some pledges of hundred twenty two million men much of that came from the Gulf countries, but it has to be a long term prospect has to be a regular prospect. It has to be something we can predictably expect from these donor countries and clued in the Gulf to make sure that we can plan properly because having a timing often ptunning on is not the base we plan for population who are vulnerable and Trump.

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Massive funding crisis for Palestine relief, compounds collapsing system: UN coordinator

UN News

06:15 min | 2 years ago

Massive funding crisis for Palestine relief, compounds collapsing system: UN coordinator

"This is Matt wells at U N, news Gaza hospitals, unable to feed their own patients elective surgeries perspective for years. Those are just a few examples of what the UN's deputy special coordinator for the Middle East. Jamie McGoldrick describes as a collapsing system in free fall on Monday, he issued an appeal as part of the humanitarian response plan for next year the three hundred and fifty million dollars to help one point four million people in the most need across the pied Palestinian. Territories chiefly the Gaza Strip are you a news Arabic chief Reema buzzer was in Gaza with Mr. McGoldrick several weeks ago, and after they visited the main hospital together she asked him to outline the extent of Gaza's plight. The health sector here has been under severe funding shortages for for years. The blockade for the last twelve years by Israel has prevented goods coming in movement. The lack of supply of key essential drugs has been one of the reasons why in the salad problem is one of the reasons as hospitals don't operate properly. L she has a special offer because it's a teaching hospital is one of the biggest hospitals here. And as a result of that when the greet. Macho return demonstration started the March. It was the police that absorb the biggest number of casualties people who are wounded as demonstrations those being twenty thousand people in jobs and five those of those with live bullets most of the injuries are below the knee. And so what we saw today in the hospital was hundreds of young men and women who have been short Belo's who need at least six seven very complicated vascular born reconstruction subsidies, which would take maybe two years seventy operations, and of course, millions of dollars and needs technical support a needs technical ability needs resources this hospital. This guy's doesn't have. Not even talking about the the stick. We're talking about only wounded emergency cases. But there's adults. Yeah. The delta said this morning, they've kgo eight thousand elective surgeries for heart surgery for cancer patients for people regarding tons plant Sodi operations, all of those have been left the being pushed the hospital that don't long do that in the hospital anymore. The only teach trauma Kazaks all the deal with all the other subjects have been postponed. Council delayed or send somewhere else, and that's up to it'll be years before they can clear that might log. Meanwhile, more and more people are getting sick. That exit of the hospital said that he was working he's working as a doctor for thirty years. And this is the first time ever that he sees a hospital unable to feed its patients, and he asked for more support. What can the U N do? Well, I mean, what we try to do when the guy the marches took place demonstrations, we a special people, which was a white paper, which was to try and bring donor specific funding for the health sector. We mighty stick over twenty million dollars. But that's twenty million less than we need. We need forty million. Plus, and that's just to deal with the case law would behalf today every Friday there are more patients who arrive with boom bullet wounds or requiring treatment, and it just answer the caseload. Meanwhile, the other subsidies are not team police because there's no key essential drugs. Can not enough essential drugs. We hear from the Central American see store, the drugstore that are some drugs that run on the running thet it is and forty days. And then when he he says he can't feed these people as indicative of the crisis that health system faces, but the health system is only power part of a broader issue. A broader issue of collage. Apps collapsing system in free fall. And if we said that the unemployment rate in Gaza is fifty percent, how Gessen's surviving always flagged this idea of resilience, which is something that are self reliance that the half here in Gaza. I mean, what is so willingness to survive under very terrible conditions of Nokia station. A blockade of an ability to move around freely unless you can p to go from there. Most people are stuck here for most of the lives. And it's not as you can buy everything you can have everything if you working seven and ten youth don't have jobs, and what we're trying to do is to create cash for what programs are we'll try to get people on what schemes that gives them a trade or skill that, they can go outside St. and say the to themselves, but this difficult to bring immaterial to actually, you know, build funded and self on a Sudafed to export matisyahu because of the restrictions are placed on Gaza. So it's a very very harsh environment for economic development. As a result of the economy is in freefall, the World Bank report in September said very very clear. The GDP gone to one person and to our declared this in poverty, as by the UN standards. So we're facing a crumbling collapsing situation here, and if you put on top of that all the stresses of the great March, Tom the demonstration, the health system, the psychosocial, and then you've got owner as the funding crisis for Indra as massive, you know, people are not George people are losing their jobs losing the support. And that's only adding further and further pressure on a very fragile precarious environment. And you mentioned before that two thousand eighteen was the worst humanitarian funding. What was the main reason for this? Well, I think there's a couple of reasons I think first of all this environment in the Middle East is a lot of other countries who may or higher profile than Palestine, and that would be the Yemen's of the series and the racks and then Libya's so you compete against those unfairly an also Palestine's been around for a long long time. People don't get the sense that there's a there's a political solution in any anything soon. And I think on top of that you've been doing fatigue. You know, then I think with the the fund. Cuts from the US towards Indra. I think that's basically been a catalyst other things to happen. I think is all of that. So we struggle as or humanitarian response plan for two thousand eighteen thirty five percent funded against the global average of fifty percent, which I fade how incredulous that has given the importance of Palestine to this Middle East region and the fighter this Palestinian question has been languishing for so many decades support you're getting from the Arab words from the region. Well, I mean, clearly not enough. I mean, I know the recently pledging event in the received some pledges of hundred twenty two million men much of that came from the Gulf countries, but it has to be a long term prospect has to be a regular prospect. It has to be something we can predictably expect from these donor countries and clued in the Gulf to make sure that we can plan properly because having a timing often ptunning on is not the base we plan for population who are vulnerable and Trump.

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California's firefighting agency says it's running out of money

KNX Programming

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

California's firefighting agency says it's running out of money

"California's firefighting agency say they need more money. It's not the worst case scenario nine out of money. We are still responding fighting fires. This is the soonest point in the year that the department has ever asked the legislature for additional funding. It's alright. Burn through four hundred thirty two million dollars fighting wildfires over the summer, and we're now just entering the traditional fire. Sees it. Cal fire deputy director, Mike Muller tells can't acts exceeding their budget is now common actually happened seven out of the last ten years so not completely uncommon. But again, what we're seeing as the years progressed this year loan the largest fire in California history has happened already. And we haven't even come into what we consider the peak season. Cal fire says it has only eleven million dollars left on hand at is asking for another two hundred thirty four

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GOP immigration bill fails; vote on 2nd measure put off

Herman Cain

01:03 min | 2 years ago

GOP immigration bill fails; vote on 2nd measure put off

"Swing police will find the two men who attacked her inside of a roth store when she was shopping was doing some shopping with the lady suction money my own business when dina bingham says two men threw a blanket over her head and started violently shaking her how long you're following me because i didn't see him but everything happened very very quickly because i started fighting fighting the blanket off surveillance pictures show them in entered the roster on stone mountain highway one with a blanket in hand bingham has no idea why it happened or why they picked her i know they came in next door with the intention of doing harm and it decided to choose me when at county sandra parish wsb now speaking of shopping the supreme court says states can now force online shoppers to pay sales tax wsb consumer expert clark howard says this'll cause issues for online realtors bigger retailers with this means is that they are no longer going to have the price advantage over traditional bricks and mortar five to four ruling thursday is a win for states who said they we're losing out on billions of dollars annually now sticking with costs and prices the european union is set to start slapping tariffs on three point four billion dollars in american problem products though range from whiskey to motorcycles to peanuts and cranberries meanwhile the us will start taxing thirty four billion dollars in chinese goods beijing has vowed to retaliate with its own tariff says well and still struggling for votes wbz jamie dupree reports that republicans putting off the second house votes on immigration reform until next week two point oh after seeing a more conservative immigration bill go down to defeat gop leaders are now tweaking his second bill for a vote next week republican carlos correa belo every member of this house could find an excuse to vote against this bill but that's the problem with immigration that nothing's ever been good at his house republicans try to get something almost anything on immigration reform over to the senate jaime's blog wsbradiocom has more on the immigration bill and his new.

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On the ground with Border Patrol agents in Texas

News, Traffic and Weather

02:08 min | 2 years ago

On the ground with Border Patrol agents in Texas

"All news all the time news traffic and weather for the bay area all news one zero six nine am seven forty kcbs it's tuesday june nineteenth twentieth eighteen and coming up on kcbs congressional republicans met with president trump tonight to discuss to immigration bills i'm kief men coney 49ers team members are pitching in to construct affordable housing in fremont is a great way to give back and help out any way we can i'm john evans kcbs news time ten thirty one cbs news update with more children detained at the border and reports they include babies president trump went to the capitol to talk about the immigration issue and two bills the gop's working on florida republican carlos score belo attended from how this what i have some optimism that this could actually get done it will be difficult now this is an uphill battle still because again immigration is an issue that scares a lot of people in the senate republican orrin hatch of utah happy with the way things are going right now so pause so we can really evaluate this and do it's what's in the best interests of these children and their families alison parker of human rights watch on unauthorized immigrants who are not seeking asylum may warrant prosecution for illegal entry that's a misdemeanor crime they're being held for matter of days or even hours in custody there's no need to separate even those people from their children cbs news update on tom foty kcbs news time ten thirty two cbs news correspondent david begnaud reports tonight from the southern border he spent the day with customs and border patrol agents as they encountered even more people trying to cross into the us what are the chances we see someone coming here illegally the chances are probably pretty high roller tease was our escort he's deputy chief of the rio grande valley sector ten minutes into our ride along chief ortiz drove up on a group of people who just been detained i see what looks like a toddler and her mom's arms over here she told us her name was yulon that's her eight month old daughter.

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"belo" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"belo" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Belo was arrested by deputies with the shelby county sheriff's office and charged with sex abuse of a child under the age of 12 a felony fyke was arrested tuesday for an incident that happened in february no other details were released by the authorities fight in the shelby county jail on a thirty thousand dollar bond alabama gubernatorial debates may soon be coming to the state huntsville mayor tommy battle responded to governor k ivs comment last week made to the associated press that she would quote be happy to discuss her record unquote in a debate battles said he would take her up on it battle said he wants to have debates with ivey in each of the state seven congressional districts before the june 5th primary a critical test for a new downtown birmingham stadium has passed a house committee but it was is it without protests according to wb rctv wednesday the jefferson county house delegation approved a three percent car rental and short term lease tax the money would go towards expanding the birmingham jefferson civic center and building the one hundred seventy four million dollar 55000 seat stadium some members of the delegation spoke out against the tax president trump spoke at the latino coalition legislative summit in the nation's capital today he says latino owned businesses now make up more than ten percent of all businesses in the united states and they contributed more than a half a trillion dollars to the us economy last year when it comes to immigration the president says the majority of latino voters support a skillsbased selection process these reforms are supported by the vast majority of let tino voters brought to you by attorney alexander shinora a man for the people for more alabama stories go to yellowhammer news dot com i'm jay home of you ever made the wrong higher for your organization do you.

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"belo" Discussed on Bodega Boys

Bodega Boys

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"belo" Discussed on Bodega Boys

"And alarcon face i will too winners mood is trying to travel cardi be on you're from forty it's bora belo lausanne hey home and listen if you see me a target smacked looking at a throw pillow with the intensity of obama looking at putin do not approach me nigger approach around like a fucking arsi mammal talk kale yeah how you know say astle figurines service however right now he's high of carol syrup shoprite brain sprang negative should called albright bullshit is that you have that he's fake kyw's otherwise your your your your what does that even may not even a song has aren't they will not pete be allowed lau four buon ma who able to build it on our team at home literal jane technical sorry plot product cocaine so what we've seen a tightening so look we legal veins while those up wow but last will do graffiti on the fucking around the side of the wall bigger we a there something the performance zil say not out of arafat's or you can seize the also pick up to so i told you had this big up to tony put out the army your who's been designing every all the fire merge the you have seen as lin at his behest in him say with input from us and all that annual and should fire nick grocershop victoria the photos of god's word i don't know what that's about what she's been responsible for the fire art said we were doing.

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"belo" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"belo" Discussed on WEEI

"The pistons of this game includes a milestone for carmelo anthony thirty left in the third quarter belo is the rim this means dips shoots gets belo christians motown with his five thousand crew real 21st player in nba history the joined that exclusive flood wwl's ninety eight one this boards animal 25 caper melo his career now under cruising on the road in on their way to a seventh straight victory but the game now without a downside for okc westport worst backward as big backrower roberson size walls down and he is hurt andre roberson falls down attempting to go airborne on a wild feed from russell westbrook there's a wet spot under the basket andrey is work right now after the game thunder head coach billy donovan confirms its a ruptured patella tendon four roberson instead this one is a hit for his team he certainly a huge loss and i think everybody's been able to see that since he's gonna come back to us in a way he's been able to do defensively and he noticed i think he's gotten and found a way to offensively he really ineffective liar for us you know even though he's not shooting threes but he slashing his cuttings getting out on the break you to a lot of different things in in those guys were in a really good rhythm under do get their seventh straight victory 121 to one await the final they beat the piston's thanks in large part to a triple double for russel west brooke thirty one points thirteen assists and eleven rebounds and of course carmelo it's 25000 boards bruce career only twenty eyes in nba history israeli forces you hit the twenty it thousand point mark how does this how did that feel what is he di mattis's especially moment man this would be a part of a class like roses rising on all the hard work allegiances thomas in that goal in order to have altered i've never never javale toys was all the point laura assessing the food machar that i'll play where all these years josh horowitz all right now cases in this game of as long as the.

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"belo" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"belo" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Belo everybody dennis prager here daniel green fielders with the david horowitz freedom center columnist for frontpage megcom you know i i wanna tell you i wanna thank you not only for the great pieces detroit generally but for this piece and and for this piece in particular about the double standards in the fbi but i want to thank you for another reason because you're you you obviously or emerged in this mock and i i salute you for having the patients to sift through it as assiduously as you have uh because it's so it so obviously just cynical and has nothing to do with upkeeping any of the standards of the fbi or the standards the highest moral standards of of the government in american history and so on it's it's it's a very awful thing so anyway i thank you for israel hmm it's a very sad situation very said situation so what is your take what is the ultimate purpose of the were investigation the game is impeachment pm game has always been impeachment it's cowards but its conviction that trump is illegitimate that he was never truly elected president that's the foundation of this entire conspiracy theory which came out of the clinton campaign both before when they funded the dossier the steel dossier which the entire investigation entire west investigation has been based on any came out afterward when hillary campaign people got together after and they needed a full guide because they burned to an incredible amount of money from their own people the wasted incredible amount of talent they wasted this giant opportunity and somebody had to take the blame poorest because the primaries has been rick for hillary clinton uh the only real excuse for his candidacy was the chew it's inevitable when she wasn't inevitable they had to find the way to prove.

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"belo" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"belo" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Belo everybody dennis prager here day or greenfield is with the david horowitz freedom center columnist for frontpage magcom you know i i wanna tell you i wanna thank you not only for the great pieces detroit generally but for this piece and for this piece in particular about the double standards in the fbi but i want to thank you for another reason because if you're eat you you obviously are immersed in this mock and i i salute you for having the patients to sift through it as assiduously as you have uh because it's so it so obviously just cynical and has nothing to do with upkeeping any of the standards of the fbi or the standards the highest moral standards of of the government in american history and so on it's it's a very awful things so anyway i think you heard neil sorry it's a very typically very said situation so what is you take what is the ultimate purpose of the mujber investigation the endgame is impeachment the game has always been impeachment it's powered by this conviction the trump is illegitimate that he was never coolio at the president that's the foundation of this impart conspiracy theory which came out of the clinton campaign both before when they funded the dossier the steel dossier which the entire investigation the entire west investigation has been based on any came out afterward when hillary campaign people got together afterward and they needed a full guy because they'd burns to an incredible amount of money from their own people they wasted incredible amount of talent they wasted this giant opportunities and somebody had to take the blame poorest because the primaries had been rick for hillary clinton uh the only real excuse for his candidacy was that she was inevitable when she was an inevitable they had to find a way to prove that yes she had been inevitable but there have been a conspiracy to bring her down and the same goes in some ways for some people on the republican side slowing way hold on a minute that that was great the only excuse for her not being inevitable was that there was a vast conspiracy to bring her down.

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"belo" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"belo" Discussed on WCPT 820

"For those of us the grew up on meet obama has while came to debt that jim is out of the g about there was a helicopter i just know the marlon purpose is always in the helicopter legit while lasted the safety of this gathering jim is dan belo tried to surround the with a death up there that killed at dragic shoot okay david in san francisco hello david welcome i remember him empowered yes the on through columbus her daughter and become queen you gotta current colombo came back with all of the podium nbn don't screw up it locked up in a tower search she could never come to power david in san francisco is the official historian of the stats ratio seems entirely to calm in fact centered for this particular health scape we find ourselves and let somewhat coming david don't be like the style jim music and you just you will sort of be documenting the apocalypse as it happens right not necessarily oh good legal we were murdered and finally there if you look at him asking for sure we're going to get there you are correct thank you for those contacts this morning david lee out last time we were on the verge of nuclear war he had some very interesting facts about history of nuclear power at the devastation that it wreaks eric in he makes it some folksy eric in palm springs hello eric stephanie hello oh good i wanted to talk to you about mack i'll max my hands on romantic man's yes thirdly i work with the company that produced the cbd oil i need me that's good we've been having amazing result with uh with you think he'd be oil on on human and they are now during every like the benefit or pat yeah disease smoke it do i get them like a bowler hat and a pipe or two exactly rock the ian i kept on bob marley wig and exit exactly does it work for neurological because that's what the orthopedist thinks it's neurological like spinal cord related i ever fifteenyearold jack russell carrier starting to have that shaky lay thing and.

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"belo" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"belo" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Belo aided the phil valentine show who's next that was actually an album brian you remember that when journey within peeing on a big concrete slab right as classic rock right there boy brian your up next the phil valentine show brian what's up arab uh feeling things early overall things and i pay oh ab look purple up up out there it may maybe some inflatable dolls or at other pretty good look at all animal though you never again term when through mack at her mouth her the human improve zubin what are they gonna do amid this thing this is this is this could be serious stuff i mean 'cause i i mean obviously people listening to the show to be more conservative but they're also football fans through that was my whole point i mean there's a there's a there's a cross cut there with the conservative i don't know i i have i seen any data i would i would think that most football fans tend to skew conservative i'm not saying that they're all conservative obviously but i would if you're going to if you're going to paint a profile of a football fan i would think that they tend to being on the conservative side another thing the sports people which i you know i don't really understand lent other than it may be that they're all coming at a syracuse journalism and maybe this new something in the water of the new york but the sportscasters and the sports writers tend to be very liberal but their audiences none of these people get the pushback all the time that's not to say that all of you are going to be conservative i understand is your football fan they're very liberal football fans and that kind of stuff to understand but in i mean them i am i miss reading this wouldn't you think that the football fan on average would skew a little bit of the conservative zone i'm just saying man that's europe next mad how are you oh i'm doing pretty good uncle phil you know by.

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"belo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"belo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Gospel of you to see fisted you to he comes from the realm of belo and he's not thing he comes come helping he's not staying he's a divine being he sang think comes from another route which when you interpret all the different things it seems to me that it should start system syria that you're talking about a grudge story isn't that incredible godley for if we were running said he the search for extraterrestrial intelligence i'd be be mean my signals right to that star system well i mean i i it's it's very interesting because ancient civilization many ancient civilized nations worship this star and this this and they knew that dough gone tribe new before it's a binary star system right and they knew that for hundreds of here we believe me we had tell us 19th seventy here and what we before we have the scientific capability adorned right and i think jesus was talking about human life being created there how did he get here doubt now a lot of the pages a missing and right away so we don't know i would assume he might have gotten here the crept up this doesn't mean he was not the son of god right i don't know what it means but it doesn't negate but but in this gospel heath actually thing we are all the children of god why does he always he always said that king factually thing that i think i'm the only son of god hold hold on for cycling the we're going to take a quick break but we're going to come back to talk more about your book book of judas because apparently you know we all think the judicial jesus out but a pair li he was told by jesus you got to do this i gotta go through this whole routine of being put up on the cross i've got a die for everyone and.

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"belo" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"belo" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"You i how publicly you're a guy like belo trekkers he's probably harder storm brady in practice but he never anything about negative about harm publicly uh mack do have picking the opposite approach but you're not get a little research today and i found from car um i wrote during the copper vera and there were some games were you i would just you don't except for machine at route critical up him so uh i i could reproduce your guilt tripping over you like it but i i look at it a little deeper be in this case got that um you have a coach who really happen accomplish program marchers the head coach of you not only the second year but are working group you like have taking it from copper and i'm not sure how we usually taken a guy that maybe a year older than him yeah i mean i gotta tell yeah i think it's a little bizarre to be honest with the it's i'm starting to wonder if it's the right way to handle this situation to be perfectly frank with you well he it's it's not like he would you know what your unloaded on eur after the game last night he was asked about a a botched uh fourth now play where they they had a a delay of gamehigh kicked a field goal which is probably what they should not anyhow in that situation was cricket field gone and uh and makati federal sloppy quarterback play and many he was very critical up your monitors corruption that he should have gone.

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"belo" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"belo" Discussed on WLOB

"Belo's basketball for me to go over to see him as much style bracy hang out with them all the time he look we live we send carry okay we do a lot of cool things together and we were at horses we hangar we go skiing and we all it talk politics that's a good thing about them that is dennis rodman on kennedy's demand the core but what he does who king's young on the tiring of the world the ride horses in sink kariuki in what language speaker a mutual rodman because rodney barely speaks english he does yeah and enter this kim jongun some idiots ranked maybe he's the big kapot panda you do you think that was fake that was that was that's real no i i believe every word of it i believe they ride horses and things songs and ride around and atvs it's camp and trample children and those horses yet right so this is the dennis rodman you knew that was capable of this this this was not the dennis rodman i now the dennis rodman i know whence that still playing championship basketball now he'll get more he was the the rebound right so he this is uh this is a guy that certainly is not the same person emotionally let alone isn't of that great job he doesn't have the great job right by the way great success story he was brought up adopted by a white family on a form i read the thing and reader's digest before he's even famous so he has great sides to him but clearly he has lost his moorings yes kennedy when can we watch your show monday through thursday pm eastern five in the west on the fox business network at a fox news dot com slash channel finder to.

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"belo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"belo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Stretch and the pitch inside with a slider ball one a ball in a strike and field straight away the and feel the same his comma belo the veteran first spaceman former bluejay just a couple of years ago he was playing in the al see us with toronto it's one in the year to senator hit it well going back is grass over his head all the weight of the law phillips rao third heading home right on his heels is or they both score on a double by kalla belo sky sox are all the board it's a five a twogame belo landman his hands at second base towards the first phase dugout as if to say here we go fellas belo with rbis fourteen and fifteen on a year it's doubles night so far here a security service field netted the third base doug headaches of amount is new orleans pitching coats scott buckner to visit with mike hickam who is surrendered three consecutive hits to begin the bottom hand with a second after his meets spotted him a five run lead a belo with his sixth double of the year meeting breaks up the played on pyre arrives on the mound matt zajac and bugner will head back to the third base dugout batteries rene garcia.

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"belo" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"belo" Discussed on WGN Radio

"But it all brought back to the forefront with kevin belo's direction which i think is really remarkable like i said because something that we can talk all night about uh but i wanna give you guys a chance to weigh in with your thoughts on it's like i i think it's a great our account i think it close to great i think they go does a great job of placing us in that time and place i think that's what a purse strengths of the director one but many strange i actually like the opening a sequined shipping animated sequined giving up fake kind of very condensed history lesson that is why it has been brewing for generation not just for the last few weeks for months or years but it's been brewing for a law but if then that these motions one deep there in the blood lying as it were and i think putting the story in that context give it even a greater weight to it was so that when we do thethe allied we do she that sort of microcosm of the riot within the framework of o of the hotel stuffed chips it resonates even more i love love bigalow brand of no ash and her brand here might frustrate thumb because it comes with a stipulation that there won't be any easy answers or forced sentiment that a lot of other directors would employ and everyone will be looking at john boyega to be the voice of reason and to stand up to the white cops because of who he is in the star wars movies but bigalow doesn't look the audience off that easy with the character and i think that's a really interesting captain choice to put him in in that kind of a little i love to set up the movie adding it reminds me a lot of what paul greengrass did for bloody sunday it even what likely he did purdue the right thing it's kind of like anatomy of a it and uh but the film of and ill when it eventually settled in a hotel erred act with the trial that's when a cut it starts to feel like one of bigalow more confi a l like it feels more like a conventional fell like i think eric right it's like thing fema for seen uh bill bigalow does some really a taught in.

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"belo" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"belo" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Just type that date into computer and start reading of what happened was uh not one not two but three cme came straight earth and it passed so close it was only a hundred and ten thousand miles away from the earth that's less than half the distance to the moon at closer and any asteroids ever come in of uh anything represent the magnitude of the disrupt shen but these three m e uh three cme were um a perfect storm now just one femi by itself like guy in 1859 with um the carotene the van um you've got a feet you have to s gotta understand something about a themey it's one billion in tons of charge plasma that is the size and weight of mount everest it will cross ninety three million miles in fourteen hours it's jeff belo's feb light speed imagine that well that mass did hit us back in september vacating fifty nine and it promptly diff burnedout uh the telegraph system when telegraph and it pretty much took off the bit tori an internet which was the telegraph back then that was the socalled carrington of that that's right named after joe the carentan a british astronomer actually solve the flare from the sun with his own eyes and he followed the events and that's how he got labelled with it but this theme in july 2030 2012 with was three of them in a row and what would have happened the first one would hit the alloway dacian belt and he's the round him then collided on the other side cascade though the surface and it would have uh really weakened um the ban alan belts pretty badly and it was start doing this disruption but two and three with a king failing them without my show resistance from the van allenby off they would have collided in cascades over the planet and if that happened we would not be talking with no we lucked out on that one because you ever everything went off to the side had that a direct hit so yeah we're burn see what would happen if what's.

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"belo" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"belo" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Be as belo strikes as a player and even those diminish offensively are his strengths or the strengths of the player that you already have and kevin love and i met your did yesterday when maggie i will do of the show on saturday morning the project aims to himself so if you want to go out there and blame anybody and i know that there are a lot of detractors today gilbert and he doesn't exactly could duct himself all that well and comes across as very very likeable and the reports of him going out there if you're really want chauncey billips to be your general manager than you've got to go out there and pay chauncey billips so we learned to wasn't necessarily all about love broad potentially leaving after year one for chauncey it was a case of maybe not necessarily having the power of the control that he wanted an also not getting paid by dan gilbert and then you throw in the potential abhran james leaving the headache that maybe dan gilbert can cause you and now we know that why chauncey billips decided to play in that dopey threeonthree league and continue to be an analyst for espn so we do not that below broad did it to himself lubrani decided wiggins either that want to develop weakens he did not want to be part of that process he wanted more of a readymade team when he made that decision to come back to cleveland for miami that he did not see the future he did not see the positive nature of developing way games and have an mbe that secondary or tertiary straw along with carrier veen to become the guy when his game data everett ably slow down and when father time inevitably will like with all of us catches up with us he said things who use the one to blame lavrov the basketball man la broadly evaluator of talent leave something to be desired as brilliant as he is on the court these that's a misstep and that's misstep that's hurting the cavaliers right diabetes if you throw in andrew wiggins and his salary on these team you could go out.

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"belo" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"belo" Discussed on WWL

"To the saints color analyst deuce mcallister and big chief deak belo via on wwl to get in the game call five o forward to 600 one eight seventy four tax eight seventy eight seventy had before july two 600 one eight seventy you can text us of eight seven aides any who produced to get into a a little more about the red fish see if we can dig up another old mcallister family recipe one of things he likes yet the hand you know it's almost like on thanksgiving day even if he's just right out of the the can own a piece of some appeal a paper plate or look glassplated might be the one thing in your mother yet ain't grandmother yongchol candid in its always they in on a tiny take out of a cabinet or that uh would you say to the shelves it would keep the kitchen dishes is the faith given to put day can a cranberry juice well and you know it is steel that the cranberries who was beat sauce the mark for the can in some people just throwing a like that and they cut it up to put it with their turkey but it's one of those staples at you've got to have what are one of those things or or two to those items you have to hair when you when you barbecue i mean it's almost a crime to light a pit and now lease put if you had a pack a hot dog j the night before in you got to live the not put that on a grow and in some people just looked clean out there freezes santa or realistic i'll try this all sorts of vegetables i just had somebody said they had some fresh look like would be the equivalent to some law homegrown or hothouse tomatoes on the grill could him lewis vic in the grim but a little olive oil salt pepper semi city put a piece of pope alone cheese on him that sounds good no grilled squash is on it now if you put it flush with the grill not on fall you don't have to put.

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"belo" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"belo" Discussed on WINS 1010

"The macy's show tent and lenses the official radio station out the shall we've got the fireworks soundtrack and special live broadcast starting at nine o'clock tuesday night wins news time five forty nine and new presidential tweet has sparked some controversy today of course not at microscopy as that tweet of a mock video sent out by president donald trump sunday shows trump pummeling a man in a business suit whose faces obscured by the cnn logo outside a rustling ring a cnn spokespersons says it is a sad day when the president of the united states encourages violence against reporters but white house homeland security adviser thomas bossert says no one would perceive that as a threat i hope they don't but i do think that he's beaten up in a way on cable platforms that he has a right to to respond to bassir was appearing on abc's this week program wins news time five fifty learning more about the assault rifle used in the bronx lebanon hospital shooting the daily news reports gunman henry belo bought it in schenectady on june twenty at from a place called upstate guns ammo detectives found the box the gun came in and bellows bronx apartment the owner of the store did not answer questions belo had a criminal history meanwhile some of his former colleagues are speaking out including the doctor believed to have been the tara get of the shooting he was not at the hospital friday afternoon after camera and ahmed says fellow seemed to have a problem with everybody and lots of people complained about him but ahmed said he never got into an argument with belo personally and was surprised belo blamed him for the loss of his job wins news time five fifty one from the dodge traffic center here's glorieta clothes let me get some problems on transit.

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