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"benko" Discussed on The Dental Marketer
"Like a I always wondered this and I. Don't know if you WANNA this but like. You're you're in the pipeline for six more? That's more two more practices. Why? Are! Why are you growing? And zits of that question. When is when to you? Her DIJK is like. This is enough. I'm we never had like a number? We never some people like I to ten. And then I'll be happy. I was like I don't we didn't I didn't even know that we were going to do three initially right and then unity opportunities came in. They're like like a great thing to try to do right, so I'm like I said I like building stuff. So this has been a really huge and hard great challenge for me to take on to build a group or something like this and the create a culture and. It's not we're not done, and we're still working on it. It's still not perfect still not like where we want it to be but. Why we did more sick mean. It's a very good question. This is America. This is what we do I mean. There's an overwhelming amount of pressure I think to do this built into this country. And you know it's like gotTA. Push it until you break it. Yeah type mindset. I think I, had I I, realized this little bit later was like I. Don't like a good sense of like like a risk alarm. I think so. I'm just like let's do it. but I think you know like obviously you look at the the financial upside of something like this. Where you know you have one office verses. You have a group of like six. Five like at the end of the day like what? My goal is always practiced dentistry. In in a condition where I'm just doing it because I wanna do it, not because like the the reason that financial I can do it right and for me. Having those multiple multiple offices, potentially multiple income streams if we can, if those are have cash flow then that's a really comfortable life. You know in the long term short-termist hard as hell right like it's not easy, but if we can crack that nut, then like you know that makes makes things a lot easier to to manage on. Really need that much money to the might life you know like I'm pretty low maintenance, but if you can do it in a way, where now like practicing? Dentistry from. From not a need basis to me seems like like a really awesome way to do it. Right yeah, pretty. Easy because you just think differently, right, they do like it or not like. You'RE GONNA a lot differently. The like A. Need to do this right, so it just seems like that was kind of the mindset that we had Pretty low maintenance as your podcasting on the west wing of your mansion. I'm actually in like cubby at one of our offices like hiding from everybody's. Generous with his personal office space. Say that. What what is clear from spending time in their offices I. Don't know if this was planned out, but it. It's what I see is just someone who has been in. Let's say I started working for Benko in twenty. Ten I have been in hundreds and hundreds of dental offices. But what's what's clear is that it's clean. It's modern and the staff is well trained so I. Don't know if that's just because you're a good leader. Or if you guys actually planned it out I've been meaning to ask you just lucky that I don't know. We have we have a great team on select amazing people, so I'm lucky in that aspect. That's good man. This good I think. I think you are. You don't have like a delayed alarm risk thing I think we all kind of define risk a little bit differently, and you know how there's some people who are like on. Oh, i. can't I would never do that. You know what I mean. You're the guy who's like. oops! I did it, you know..
"benko" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"It's like GRIMM's fairytales there. Hey this is Eric D Johnson. I have a band called fruit bats and also the Benko Bonney Lake where I get to sing songs with special. Who maybe my favorite singer to sing with. I don't know don't tell other singers. Have Sung with. But she is a it's something UN's Sort of indescribable in her voice that is very connected and very deep cheese both empathetic and yet also a magical fairy creature from outer space so you have this combination of a magical fairy creature from outer space and like your sister. It's very grounding and very transport at the same time what she does so happy a Naess night. Everybody in Boston have a good one back. This weeks of basic folk produced by Adam. Cory our business manager. Lindsey Myers Laura. Mccarthy is a producer on basic focus. Well Our music done by Alex Stanton of townspeople. What else. I'm Cindy I host the PODCAST. Who you're holding up all right and don't forget to check out past. Seems keep your distance fest which I'll link on my website Cindy House Dot net and that is also where he can find all the past episodes of basic folk or were ever. You get podcasts. If you enjoyed this it'd be so great is if you would forward this to your mom or your dad or somebody in your life. Who just cannot stop looking at the news who might actually enjoy chilling out for forty five minutes. Just send it to them. I would love it all right so great that you're listening all the way to the end. I will talk to you next week. Okay.
"benko" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Ran someone over not with my car with my body I ran down. Take your take your time to catch your breath. You're covered we love you. You're good luck. Be a producer sand today as anyone here registered to donate bone marrow L.. Left okay well. After this story from Lauren Benko I am signing up and I encourage all of you guys to do it with me. The short version is there was a little baby girl named eleanor and she had a severe immunodeficiency. She could not even go outside and she just was not gonna make it without a bone marrow transplant so no family member was a match but some random college football player hours away named Mike Marshall was and he became part of the family only through this process so he signed up he said just for the hell of it which by the way is just a little cheek. Swab it's no big deal and a few months after the transplant. Eleanor started to get better so her parents parents say he actually saved her life at that point they hadn't even met yet. So Eleanor in her parents. Travelled five hundred miles to see one of his games where they just kind of clicked and now. Eleanor Video Chats Mike. All the time and he's GonNa come visit her for her second birthday and months. Okay is that they became family through saving your life so Mike. You are incredible. Anyone who donates bone marrow. I freaking love you and if your story so if we don't donate marrow you don't like the air they emailed me Sam. Elvis rant dot com subject line fields. His name is with Eh in the morning.
"benko" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"benko" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"May not for NPR news. I'm Michael Sullivan Benko. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. A legal war is brewing between law enforcement and public defenders in New York City over police officers who have a history of credibility problems in court WNYC learned at the offices of all five district attorneys are compiling databases of those officers in recent years, but are not releasing them. The conflict has already led to one lawsuit seeking full disclosure WNYC's. George Joseph reports prosecutors across all five boroughs are building in house databases of police officers who could have credibility problems trial. These databases can include decisions from judges than officers. Testimony was not believable here. Records from lawsuits the civilian complaint review board or the NYPD's internal affairs bureau. Nola Dorothy was a Manhattan prosecutor for two decades until she left last year. She explained some of the ways officers wind up in the database. You can get everything you can get an officer was arrested. Talks. You could get the officer signed a statement proved to be false. You can get the officer swore to complaint written statement. And that was in later found on video not to be true Belisce touch on one of the most sensitive issues in local law enforcement police misconduct. Records are highly protected in New York in Manhattan, DA's office says only supervisors have direct access to that information. The US comes in you put in the author's name in the data sheet. And then when you go to notify them to come to court, your supervisor gets an Email saying he's on the list and only those supervisors have access to list. We don't want people talking about on the list when officers land on the list it puts prosecutors in a bind defendants have a right to these records. If an officer is going to testify against them, even if it undermines the DA's case warrants Mottola was a senior prosecutor in Brooklyn until he left in twenty seventeen he says the office. Developed similar list under former DA Ken Thompson, usually it would be complaints. C R be even just civil lawsuits brought by defendants off for unlawful detention or excessive force stuff like that the Brooklyn Manhattan DA's did not respond to specific questions about their databases. But the Brooklyn did confirm they do screen cases for credibility issues, and the Manhattan DA confirmed the list in a letter they sent last year to several New York state assembly members, the queen's DA said they created their own database last year on Staten Island. The DA's office says it's currently developing won the Bronx day wouldn't talk about their database at all. But we got training records the freedom of information law that show last year Bronx prosecutors were using a database known as the notified officers list. Then why PD says it works closely with prosecutors to share information about problem officers? The police union says information is flawed, but Chris done legal director of the New York. Civil Liberties Union argues the public has. A right to know the notion that district attorney's in New York are aware of police officers perjured themselves have put them on a list of people not to be called in cases as witnesses is a public scandal. And the notion that district attorney's Heidi their formation is a travesty dirty, the former Manhattan prosecutor also says DA should release the lists. But for a different reason, she thinks it would help the public understand that it only involves a few officers in the most aggressive units defense think that they're fill many of them of these often the list, but what is the same officer making all the arrests? Even if a small percentage of officers are on these lists their release could call thousands of cases into question last year public defenders Philadelphia went to court and got the DA's do not call list. It had just sixty six names on it. The city's public defender's office ended up petitioning for six thousand four hundred cases to be reviewed disclosures in New York could cause similar disruptions Scott, heck, injure. A senior attorney with Brooklyn defender services receiving this information now even after that conviction it'll give the opportunity for the truth to come out for us to potentially challenge. Those convictions the queen's DA says much of its database is exempt from disclosure under controversial New York law known as fifty eight which says all police personnel. Records are confidential don't argues the DA's Lewis also contain many non personnel records. Interesting. A former Manhattan prosecutor has sued to Manhattan as list under the freedom of information law. He says it doesn't matter how much the disclosures could rock the court system. Justice should be on no matter how much work. With create his case is still pending George Joseph WNYC news..
"benko" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"A CVA membership that was two years ago. How did that acquisition turn out? Is turn out. Great in a really gave us a strong strategic advantage initially when we formed this company to serve as a member benefit in California. We had to partner with six or seven different supply companies in order to provide products through an e commerce site, but with the acquisition of Arnold dental supply. Now, we on our own supply company, which gives us access to a lot of the top brands out there, which is been van tastic. So let this dentistry uncensored. So let's just get right to the the heavy punches. This is a this is a very competitive space. I mean, it's no, but buddy secret that Amazon had a booth at the New York at the NY. What's the the New York meeting every year, the greater New York meeting, which is held after thanksgiving every year? Were you a little scared of going into the supply space when you saw big oil amazoNcom having a booth at the greater York meeting three. In a row now, not at all. And if you think about the dental supply market, it really hasn't changed a lot. And if you look at dentistry the landscape in dentistry has changed a ton the lack of competition hasn't been serving dentists very well at all. So I see that competition as a good thing we want doctors out there to have options. So that they can figure out what's best to run their own practice. So I I think the more the merrier will you know, I'm in Arizona, and I'm only six hours from El Paso, which is Texas. There was a lawsuit with some dental supply companies because I guess there was an online agai selling dental supplies online. And the basically the big guys Patterson shine Benko said, hey, if you're going to have that guy have a booth we're not gonna have the anyway long story short. It turned into a lawsuit were you aware that lawsuit in yovany thoughts on that. I'd heard about it. A lot of people ask if we were kind of formed in response to some of those activities and the answer is no I'm not exactly sure when that happened. I think it was quite a while ago. We were actually formed as a result of our members voting to form tedious e back in I think the end of two thousand fourteen so I'm aware of it. And I know there's people looking into it. But right now, I'm mostly focused on getting us up in running in what we can do well to serve member Dennis out there. There's a lot of people that always ask. How do you save money? We'll I I was with the geopolitical, I does being a nonprofit California also station. Does that upset some of the people that buy buse at CDA in Anaheim or CD a New York or Patterson shining? Burkhard Benko are they not in love with you that that you guys are starting. Supply company, or are you because you'd have to be in direct competition with the these vendors does that disrupt the supply chain channel. Yeah. I think it's it's a good question. It's when we get a lot we've been very transparent on what we're doing here in California with those companies because they are vendors in our partners on a lot of fronts. Not just coming to our annual show, but they help out with our mission of mercy clinics in there helping out at the component level. So they're definitely keeping an eye on us. I think there's plenty of room in a sandbox for all of us to play right now. We're focused on disposables in small acquit -ment. We're not in a large equipment business. We're not in the service business. We're not into IT all these other things. And when you look at the larger supply companies, it really have a lot of junk DIB services that they provide to practices which are critical. A lot of our members use tedious are also.
"benko" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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"benko" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Best the lock limousine liberal, and and all the nice on the night sources than ice clients opens a great year for the team. Thank you. So. Every every expectation we'll talk Benko Burke, plenty this year and take a lesson. Young trainers and pick up that phone don't be shy. Don't be shy. He he taught you something here. Go ahead and reach out to those perspective clients, and you may find Jamie Roth in your in your grab bag you'd never know. The exactly then culvert folks follow you can follow Ben on on Twitter. Are you tweeting enough to be followed? Yeah. I need to probably get more active. My wife helped me out in that regard. My media from on that cuss for not quite I'm not old. But I'm not I'm not young hip enough to the Twitter. I need to need to follow puts them to help old old Voss v stuff remind because he seems quite quite the Twitter handle he couldn't he couldn't tweet it. That's all what's her name. That's all the daughter. He has a scene. I think there's like a social team that works for him. Yeah. Probably charlotte. Yeah. You probably Valerie is like that. You've gotta yes. Yeah. But. Definitely definitely had in in the Twitter sphere. Colebrook racing for those of you that want to follow Ben. And and thank him send him a bottle for for heels. Eighty seven dollar winter. Ben, always great. Thanks so much. Thank you. Be healthy. Ben Goldberg, let's break top of the hour. And when we come back, we've got a visit with Don little junior and have not talked Don for too long, centennial farm, of course. And me us looks like he's going to take them where they go on a regular basis, and that's the triple crown trail, Don little junior next..
"benko" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"But it was almost like an emotional technique head improved. And I think like a previous caller had said that, you know, she saying with the passion of a woman, and I think that really nails it for me. I went back and listened with new years actually went back and listen to with new year. But it was really interesting comparison where you know, the vocal technique fades. But you know, the the emotional Cutie brought are really shined later year by I appreciate that. Excellent comic. Kathleen. Thank you. Greg. Banco jump in. How did you see Maria Callas technique if all to Kathleen point? There's several periods of art. And you can follow them through recordings went when she was at the peak of her powers, technically, she was absolutely as great as anyone who ever existed. There's there's recordings of Lucia from Germany in nineteen fifty five where you could take dictation from her singing and right up the score just following what she did. But of course, there were good days and bad days and. When I was growing up right after I discovered her I discovered in the world of other opera fans around me that there was this feud going on about who was greater Collis or Tim Baldi. We're not the holiday favorite of talian soprano at the time. And that's all died out. And we can see in retrospect just where Carlos stands in relationship to bowl, but not just to Baldy to all other singers who came before her and. Unless you have some reason to do with your own personality. You have to decide that she certainly and her best days was technically unin every other way. One of if not the singer of our time Gregor Benko is a music historian and co author of Chopin's profit Grigore. Thank you so much for your time and your remembrances of Maria Callas. We appreciate it. Thank you very much. I'm speaking with filmmaker Tom bowl, his new film Maria by callous, and you can join the conversation. What are you here in calluses life story in the drama in the heartache in the brilliance? Go out and break here with a documentary that features Maria Callas singing Vienna. TFF from the opera MacBeth. Here's a sample of her life performance. This is in Hamburg in nineteen fifty nine..
"benko" Discussed on Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan
"I mean, it's instead to see, but I am, but I get it used to be the manager that was freaking out that we didn't have its staffed. And as the manager, I was the one that had to do it all, you know, especially in the small office if the assist, if we didn't have an assistant guests who was assisting all day long and then staying late to file all the claims, and you know clicking copayments on the fly and it's it's not pleasant. But at the same time, you hire somebody else and they turn out to be the devil. It's hard to get rid of that person. It's it's hard enough. Sure. Good motivation right there. You know the fact that you're not gonna have to do that anymore and you need. But again, it's motivating enough to know that you don't wanna have to be doing it again three weeks when that person walks out the door because they're not gonna myth, I get that completely excited about you and David doing this up personality types. I'd like to hear more about that. So when you got that rock enroll in, let's talk about it to reach out David. I haven't had. Him on this podcast. I really don't know why because it's not like we don't talk. Movie with lovely bride to have to have her on. I'm gonna just send her an invitation after this. Even meaning to and it just doesn't happen. I know she's probably like, well, you know, Dana with the high d. is probably sitting there going. She should have me on by this. She happened. Well, she has been stewing about that, but you know, we'll talk about that after the podcasts. Do that. So I just wanted to share some interesting news. I saw two snippets of news that I wanna talk about because we're always looking at the industry what's happening in the industry. And I will say that one thing that you and I found very interesting at the shine meaning we both kind of did that that double raised eyebrow at each other is they mentioned having to keep an eye on Amazon in the marketplace. And I thought, wait, I thought, you know, Amazon was not something that shine in Paterson Benko were concerned with, but it was interesting to hear that they were keeping an eye on that night. I mean, there's no way that they're not. So we're you hear eyebrow. Does your different or was it the same. I mean, I know you and I looked at each other like, oh, interesting, you know in India, right? We've both heard, you know, all, you know, that's that's not going to be a disruptor. Oh, that's not going to be a big deal. And it's very obvious of hind closed doors..
"benko" Discussed on Pop Fashion
"That's my takeaway. Go to Benko girl card, even Farda anytime and go to bingo with me, we'll go to chef shuffleboard and bingo happened in the same complex. You know? That's fine. You can go. You can bop. From one of the other. Yeah, we're gonna make the most of our time here anyway, Emma, keep us posted. If anyone has tips for Emma on starting their own side hustle and keeping your sanity while bringing in some side income were happy to pass along tips. So sentiment. Next is from Jordan who writes, oh, dear God car and Lisa. Need your opinion on these? Spoiler alert Jordan wrote in about the Nike fanny pack slides. Yes. Jordan says are they the shoe of the summer is my immediate discussed going to be for nothing. If I buy them, the kinda gross and sandals was gonna make your money smell or get. What if it rains or you sweat? Do. We call them fanny pack sandals. Or are. They tonal packs now about Todo passes. Disgusting. I can't even think about toes. Having knuckles Jordan's shut up. Here's an update on Nike's slides. They are shower shoes that the part that goes over the top of your foot. If you have not seen, these is, a zippered pack. It's like ruse, but a sandal Nike released them. Finally there called the Benassi JD I- fanny pack, they cost fifty dollars. That was the thing. We were all waiting for last week. When this blew out was how much were they gonna cost fifty bucks, which I don't think is super out of line for a novelty shoe like this. But I may be alone. I think they're gonna find I really car and made the best one car and made her own DIY version and put it on our Instagram. It was a flip flop with sandwich bag in it. Wait. No, we're not talking about that. Construct this prototype. When your husband was home. I did. But you have to understand something about my husband. And I as I do a lot of crazy things around this house that he just doesn't question. So he asked no questions, and I just do a lot of crazy projects around here. Follow up question who owned the shoe? It was my shoe. Okay. I decided to take the sandal put a sandwich bag in the flip flop part. Yes. Whoever commented on our Instagram that they should be called flip locks is a genius. Okay. I'm out of follow up questions. I don't hate these shoes. I think they're pretty cool. I love the shoes. I know. They're silly. Looking my honest to goodness. I bought was all this is a great place to put snacks. I don't wanna put snacks near my feet. But I liked the idea of having an extra pocket. So we could have a possibility of putting a snack in there a reality. I probably just put my house keys and a couple of dollars in there. Just in case like an emergency little patch, a small protein bar is what a friend of mine said she was her first reaction. Oh, small protein bar tater tots as someone who aspires to spend a lot of time. Poolside? I think these are pretty genius. I do. Yeah. Sorry, jordan. I say do it peer pressure says get yourself some shoes or just get a flip flop and put a sandwich bag in it. That's okay, too. Because nothing says, hey, stranger, please come talk to me like a bag on your. As a conversation starter. Okay. We have one more from Natalie who says, hey, pop fashion, it's been too long, this isn't necessarily fashion topic. But the pod usually sways into beauty and sustainability, and this also seems right up. Kearns alley. If I know her at all. Oh, I've been thinking lot about how much disposable cotton. I use on a weekly basis. I like to use what we call it my seller. What are we? Okay. I like to use my seller. A cotton Pat in the mornings, washing my face in cold, even warm water for a traditional face wash seems unfathomable to my five forty five AM self. I also do my own nails always been very proud of that. But I use a lot of cotton weekly removing all male polish..
"benko" Discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air
"I mean i'm sure in little ways you do but you ever looked benko got i wish we had done this instead of that well yes and no i mean you always as you kind of do every yeah yeah but i you know but by the same token everything you're learning as you go and you can't get where you're going without every step along the way right and it's been a pretty great experience really us so i feel much more grateful than i do regretful about any little mistakes made along the way was there ever any i'm such a fan boy so insane whether this is such a family question that's why i'm eleven where there ever any thoughts of bringing martha in the final i know you've been question in the final season no yeah well actually oh we had a moment we had a moment where we thought she might come back in a flashback actually in the final season that's all i'm going to say but then it just didn't seem right so we didn't do it but you know in season five we had three big scenes with her and each of them we thought would be the last time you'd see her i we saw like an i grocery store and we thought oh my god what a perfect little code oh we'll see her life there but then we realized there was this big scene that we could play between her and franklin ella so then we had to write that and we thought well that's going to be the letter say her piece of two gabriel analogy a great ending but then we thought well what would he do for her and and that scene in the park came to us with with that child and and once that happened we felt we were we had reached the end of her story to reach its poetic ending now the end of nina really struck me that was very motion vary because there is hope that she would continue you know and i felt like i don't know if you guys are teasing us or what you know but it was almost like a fake out and then no sorry this that's as far as it's gone that was really an interesting episode dumb and i i wanted to ask about well first of all i thought it was written brilliantly but the way in which.
"benko" Discussed on WDRC
"America the second place you'll find it is on twitter and tonight the question when a student is killed during one of these many walkout tweet seen in protest against guns and donald trump and everything else who should get the blame i would suggest that the school gets the blame for the death of jonathan benko eleven years old who walked away from his middle school with some of the other students who are walking out in support of gun control laws he was hit by vehicle this happened in texas and i'm i'm really sorry for his family i'm especially sorry that the school authorities did not do their jobs if you are acting in loco parentis all of us have actually done this from time to time i would guess somebody says can you watch my children for an afternoon or an hour i need to go run some errands if you're in charge of those children it's your job to make sure that they stay safe if you fail because of negligence because of saying oh i was just letting him walk down the road try that excuse with a friend who puts his kids are her kids in your care try to say oh i just decided to let him walk down a highway at the age of eleven well in this case this young man ended up dead and i think his school is at least partly to blame because they were in charge of that child and they were responsible for his care in yesterday's twitter poll asked you should a daycare operator this one in this story is in illinois be prevented from keeping guns in her house she and her husband both owned guns they're not in law enforcement but they're told that unless she gives up her guns or gives up her daycare one or the other she can't have both both should that daycare operator be prevented from keeping guns at our home simply because she runs a daycare eighty nine percent of you join me in voting no only eleven percent of you said yes and by the way while you're on the website if you vote in the twitter poll on the website if you like military challenge coins is i di do i.
"benko" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"He he's pickup struck jonathan benko no charges are going to be filed the sixth grade or another students had left the designated walkout area to go to a park across the highway from parkland middle school according to the new york times the daddy eleven year old was the lost in a group of twelve to fifteen kids to cross the highway according to the police driver remained at the scene after the collision he was not injured he says no other students were injured according to police spokesman sergeant robert gomez quote it is illegal to walk on a highway it's next to impossible for motorists to move out of the way of pedestrians on the roadway and that is why it is a restricted packed passage now what do we ban the rebound pickup trucks do we ban walkouts from school do we band pedestrians on the highway what are we ban if you're listening on friday you'll know that our very unjust in brady i went down to our capital and he spoke to some of the students there a lot of what he heard was kind of shocking.
"benko" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"In washington township gloucester county township cops stationed themselves outside the church for more than just traffic control according to the pastor father mike matt benko in the light of having meetings with various area police departments and meeting with homeland security officials that the diocese sponsored last year we thought in light of the shootings that have been happening around the country that it probably would be a good thing for us to have police presence in our parking lot says most of the swat considers it a shame security has to be ramped up at a worship service but they feel safer while matt benko won't say how much he's paying for the police detail he expects to continue for the foreseeable future the kyw newsradio greater furred prison lost yet another inmate this week to suicide as k y w community affairs reported cheri gregg explains this is the fifth suicide at that prison this year is it fair to call this a cluster that's a broadcast center in spring garden partly cloudy.
"benko" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"In washington township gloucester kelly tells you cops stationed themselves outside the church for more than just traffic control according to the pastor father might met vinko in the light of having meetings with various area police departments and meeting with homeland security officials at the diocese sponsored last year we thought in light of the shootings that have been happening around the country that it probably would be a good thing for us to have police presence in our parking lot says most of his flock considers it a shame security has to be ramped up at a worship service but they feel safer while matt benko won't say how much he's paying for the police detail expects to continue for the foreseeable future the kyw newsradio six let's get a look at your five day forecast spots by keenan tuesday's mostly cloudy with periods of rain high fifty seven and wednesdays still cloudy high fifty eight with.
"benko" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"The how big they are a how densely ah mark is not following the rule is much more than s the what you would expect for its size so european and japanese space officials have decided to take a closer look as this european space agency video tells us there are some strange things about the planet mercury mercury the closest planet the sun remains somewhat of a mystery to us it's a missing piece in our understanding of the evolution of us so the system so european and japanese officials are standing up a spacecraft called bambi colombo to do the most thorough scan of the planet in history of our argument as it is the director signs with the european space agency something went wrong in the formation of markers that we've done no project side as your highness benko says it's taken nearly two decades of work to satellites that make up the baton colombo mission should be ready to launch and just over a year from french guiana and then slip into orbit around mercury in the process of clendenin street through your after which like for former fifty degrees surfaced during the day and it mitchell it's like being in the pizza serves really hope there temperatures other borrowed money from that seventy five three hundred twelve times soon what's he wrote this mission finds first chances are it will be fascinating the osgood file sam litzinger on the cbs radio network cbs saturday great lawyers take risks and i am a great lawyer at manhattan's topped rougher this is a giant case and i'm responsible for a man's freedom you've got to be passionate about that the innocence we're talking about hundreds of people sitting cells that we if the keys to bust out crease about justice you winds will be he's admitted to risking everything our kinds plague matches the but on the myrtle when you realise you're not very comforting doubt saturday or stream it live or on demand some this house is in a great neighbour our hood and walking distance from one of the best schools and what are they asking.