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"birmingham birmingham" Discussed on Bad To The Dad
"My time. We are the podcast that celebrate suburban dad life. We are bad to the dad with coach Randy and Adam de yes. Indeed. One of the fastest growing dad theme podcasts in all of humanity along with coach Randy. My name is Adam d you the listener were so so thankful that you have decided to join us for season four. Number. Three number three undeniable Unidad niable. Yes. Area to work with the syllables there a little bit but we made it happen clever. Yeah. It's undeniable because our guest today is undoubted niable and his name is jared route you know coach. We always talk about a hard parenting is especially how hard mom ing is right we always say mom has been number one toughest job went of his job in all the land right then it's coal miner guy washes the very bridge first responders army you know military etcetera and so on and data somewhere in the five hundred zero. Lucky if we're lucky but I'd say any parent especially this day and age any parent who has a special needs child Okay Special Place in heaven on a pedestal. So, jared, tell us about his experiences with his son Zachary who has a very rare degenerative condition called usher one F-. I don't know if you've ever heard of usher one F Sandra have not since we talked about last week and not had the updated go on and Google. Sure one F-. Fortunately, we have jared father of usher one F- child. He's going to tell us all about and it just so happens that September nineteenth so This weekend pass it is actually usher one F- Awareness Day and you're gonNA see links and our social media you'll see links. Post launch of how you can get information about our show. And also donate. So that's jared route and he's coming up in just a bit. You also undeniable coach. Let me think this her first name. Rhyme with Heke. I thought you say Schmucky but yes, it's Becky Birmingham Birmingham and branding. Is Becky Bourbon Bourbon C S, dot, com, Berman, dot, com, you get all of your graphic design. Web Page and other social media strategy..
At least four people hospitalized after shooting at mall in Hoover, Alabama; conditions unclear
"At least four people shot at an Alabama shopping mall this afternoon remains unclear. So does the cause. It happened at the River Chase Galleria Mall in Hoover, Alabama. I'm clear of the shooter or shooters have been caught or if they're among those in the hospital. The mall in suburban Birmingham, Birmingham was the site of a police shooting. Two years ago, an officer killed a black man with a gun, mistaking him for the suspect in another shooting at the
"birmingham birmingham" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Talladega superspeedway garage of Bubba Wallace dastardly black full time driver NASCAR presidency Phelps says they will find out who is responsible as we have stated unequivocally there is no place for racism in NASCAR and this act only strengthens our resolve to make the sport open and welcoming to all Phelps says the FBI is investigating this morning at seven thirty we notified the Birmingham Birmingham office of the FBI and they are currently on site and they've started their investigations right lady held onto the lead after restart with two laps to go Monday earning his second straight win at Talladega superspeedway after the race was delayed by rain Sunday but enough Ricky Stenhouse junior at the finish line by point zero zero seven seconds for his sack fourth win and first since tell day in October this is town hall dot com balance of nature changing the world one life at a time I believe in the product I really do everybody thinks I'm crazy and forget snake oil and all right but I'm gonna tell you something I've taken all the snake oil out there you're right most of it doesn't work but this stuff does work there's no doubt about it I've noticed a big difference in my mobility you know things that I didn't think we're going to be possible few months ago are possible now then I try to sell to everybody in my family thanksgiving Christmas everybody comes over and they are you look great I see yeah taking this new stuff balance of nature so if you want to use me as a commercial I'm.
"birmingham birmingham" Discussed on 600 WREC
"How fast that's made up the president also urging governors to end coronavirus lockdowns the nation's unemployment rate is thirteen point three percent and some economists believe it could remain in double digits into next year tropical storm Cristobal is taking aim at the U. S. Gulf coast and could make landfall in Louisiana Sunday after it makes landfall you can see the by Tuesday morning it is at the Arkansas Missouri line and in Wisconsin a day later Louisiana governor John bel Edwards tropical storm and storm surge warnings are in place for Louisiana and other nearby states America is listening to fox news tonight's forecast thirty percent chance of rain partly cloudy a low of sixty nine hi I'm ninety two on Saturday it's gonna be sunny out there plenty of sunshine on Sunday high of ninety one on your side WBRC first alert chief meteorologist J. P. dice on newsradio one oh five five W. E. R. C. right now it's seventy seven degrees at Birmingham's news traffic and weather station newsradio one oh five five W. we are C. national news it comes local statue was taken down only one Birmingham radio station rises to the challenge really do care about what's going on the story from start this is not how we tell the world how to approach it with the national resources of fox news radio John jacket at the White House box six in downtown Birmingham Birmingham's largest radio news two windows were smashed race only white bus station in the world news radio one oh five five W. we are see these days being a small business means navigating uncertainty in a constantly changing situation so if you're looking for one trusted source that will keep you informed daily visit the I heart radio small business crisis resource there you'll find small business resources to help you get through this including the latest info on loans grants and other forms of relief.
"birmingham birmingham" Discussed on The Outcast
"With a very special bonus episodes so special that it wasn't even recorded in New York City where we usually record the outcast a couple of months ago. I was in London on a trip with visit Britain. We went to a couple of different cities. I wasn't Glasgow. I was in Birmingham Birmingham which is not a city. Anyone should ever go to. It's like a fucking shit hole and I was in London when my favorite cities in the world and got to talk to three of my favorite people in the world one of them is Rebecca Moore Aka one half of the Cock destroyers and my co star in men dot com a tale of two destroyers. Yes I don't know if you knew this but I am porn legend while I am a porn extra rebecca and I had a really interesting conversation about how she gained her viral fame. How she entered the sex industry and she gives them really interesting insight into into what it is to be both a porn star and a viral Internet star? I also talked to Sean. Fay who is is a writer and Monroe Bergdorf a model and activist. They are two of my favorite people to follow on instagram. Both Trans Women who live in the UK and and we had a very interesting conversation about the British media which. I don't know if you know this. But is incredibly transphobic. We talked about the presence of turfs in the UK which now seems very timely since J. K. Rowling just came out as a turf and we also just had a really fun conversation fan about being modern trans women and making space for Trans Joy and sisterhood. Good and like talking shit about men so stay tuned as we journey back in time and hop across the pond to talk to Rebecca Sean on and Monroe if you have been on the Internet ever in the past year. If you've been on twitter if if you're gay queer LGBTQ A. Plus there is no way you don't know who the cock destroyers warriors are Rebecca Moore and Sophie Andersen our two porn stars sex workers viral icons who made a Gang Bang Promo video that went viral turning them into gay icons overnight. Looking coke destroys on we I to fucking destroy but the fighting in our mouth had I've had the pleasure a to hang out with them a couple of times and actually co starred while okay. I won't say that CO starred but I was an extra in their gay porn. Earn Film Debut Tale of two destroyers. Charles Dickens your ass out that's not the official slogan But I think it should be And today I am joined in the studio by one of the Cock destroyers Rebecca Moore. Thank you so much for being here. Thank you for having me again. It's great seeing South Data thing so it's one of our we. Are we both cutting out today's today. Yeah that's Today. We've talked quite a bit at this point about the cock destroyer phenomenon but You know for for for anyone listening. Who might not have seen the video might not know who you are? Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you became the Cock destroyer UACC today. Okay we'll say a bit about that video we H- myself and safety. We have been porn star sex workers for many years as I'm we find in snap fantastic way of expressing all sounds and be showing what's available for us like cop porn films and who we are and say selling at that point off salves sex workers we wanted to rustle up some business business Say Way to video which was the main wanton and I think free video that went viral and the gay community enjoyed quite a bit quiet and From that they found pray falls and kind of blow up out of staff as well that we'd might some of my work from fake tax. Say and they. Everybody realized the straight porn can be quite amazing. You know it's quite I with the top ridiculous scenario is but a lot of a scale phone role. Play at at tre say We were embraced and and Following his ready growing because we kind of we stayed. Treat yourself but we have made movie is and we've done nightclub nightclub parents as and we've just had a really good time with everybody and we've met a lot of fans and it's been pretty awesome. I love that this all came out of a promo video. This is this is like the greatest proof that marketing and you maybe should be the CEO of an agency. Because this has clearly like you were trying to get some guys for a gang and bound up turning into an internet celebrity. Talk if that's not a success story for the Internet generation. I don't know what is true is is is it was really it was above veal successful for us and one of the one of the things I've loved so much about it is that they're really from my perspective. There hasn't really been any negativity. It's all been people laughing with Youth and it's all been people really embracing you. You and I think a lot of people in your position would have very quickly done everything they could to exploit wait their new found fame and make as much money and just sort of see this as a cash grab you know we see these influencers who go viral. Do this all the time. But you've really we have sunk so much energy back into the community that's embraced you know you guys do a lot of Club appearances you've done a lot of charity work And you just seem so genuinely delighted people love you at a you know I remember being on set. Ah with you for a tale of two cock destroyers and you both were such professionals were so happy to be there. You were onset. Before I was journey we are not going to talk. They thought is there an element of this. We were like because this was so surprising. Did you really want to sort of get it right and and build on the success in the right way to make sure that it lasted. I guess one hundred percent. I mean we've said to ourselves we're just going to be true if it doesn't last and then we can arrive is fun and his wife and we've met. We've made amazing friends along on along the way but now we have a platform we need to do the right thing with so Raising awareness or those kinds of things Yeah we we all oh making money but also is important both myself and safe each do the right thing without platform not just be about taking about giving back as well And that's always been in a thing for us even before this happened. I mean I'd worked with terrence constructs prior to everything coming the whole instagram. I am in twitter Like my follow is doubled by hundreds of thousands. It was amazing but yeah it's very important to us too if it does and then it just goes down gently not be like you know. We didn't do anything good with a platform that we had long. Have you been doing porn. So I started off the amateur porn making my own videos from my bedroom realizing like ooh. If probably this I can make money time studying to be a lawyer. I wanted to be a barrister few years into that. I seen just decided decided. I love the sex industry. I it's changed my life because I started escort and stuff. I was traveling all over the world and raising two kids and then it it was actually late in two thousand nine. I I said to myself because it wasn't money important. I said I'm going to start doing porn to kind of help my My sex wet crib because I was doing jobs. And these porn stars that I the psych coupon salsa mouth thinking Jangle the work on coming out with makeup. String down my face you know like really going for it. Didn't they. Called Me Porn Star and say that was a stigma around saying that you're an escort transport people didn't solve winds when you say your opponents. It's almost like a big celebrity. I mean it was in two thousand nine. It was a slow start for me but eventually just became a of the UK. And I just got lots of fantastic roles and I was cost hostas. CIA couple of Prime Minister's I've done right and you were in a brexit porn. Exactly so that was. I always loved doing doing the unsexy. Rose I it was quite fun to Change Yourself and just be game for lawf- and do the best job I could as well I had had no acting experience I remember..
"birmingham birmingham" Discussed on Le Show
"It outlines internal procedures for conducting preliminary investigations when the accused is a Bishop cardinal or religious superior abuse victims and their advocates said the law was a step forward. But not enough. It doesn't require the crimes to be reported. Police it essentially, according to them tasks discredited bishops who have mis handled abuse for decades with policing their own. Only in the Catholic church or only in the church, generally. I'm not going to pick on the Catholic church. Would that be regarded? As a step forward. From Santa Monica, California. This is Lewis show whence. Now, we bring you again. At least partially in response to all folks. Tweet me and say, hey this nuclear waste thing. It's you know, it's it's a snap of the fingers. New salvat? We bring you. News of our friend, the atom. See? To me. See two. To me. To see to to me. Well, maybe the solution is not to let humans deal with nuclear waste at all. See what I'm saying? Let's call in the robots. Britain's National Center for nuclear robotics. They got at one. It's developing machine vision artificial intelligence and advanced robots not those retarded. I mean, these special needs robots to decommission the country's four point nine million tonnes of nuclear waste s little oh, Britain four point nine million tonnes. I'd call a robot. Launched last year. The NC NR is a consortium of eight universities, led by the university of Birmingham Birmingham is backed by fifty five million dollars of funding its primary mission is to develop robotic solutions that can characterize handle and decommissioned the huge amounts of waste generated by the nuclear industry since the early nineteen fifties. According to the engineer dot co dot UK. Let's be website. Run by engineers. Don't you think using current technology? The cleanup would take a hundred and twenty years. And an estimated one million human entries into contaminated zones with a cost of approximately three hundred five billion dollars. According to the NC NR developing robots capable of taking up the task is in assessing for a number of reasons. Quote, there's a large amount of radioactive waste that. Humans can't go near at all said, the codirector, and where we have technology. That's now becoming capable to do the complex things that human workers. Do we have an ethical and moral obligation to stop using humans in those roles? We don't send Victorian children up chimneys anymore. It's not socially acceptable, unquote. Yeah. But it made those great dickens where humans can deal with nuclear waste. They must be fitted out in air fed, plastic suits, Lou usually wearing multiple layers gloves protection. They must often also operate heavy tools such as disc grinders for dismantling the metal piping and containers.
"birmingham birmingham" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Thinking about the knows. 'cause my I was fine. And then over time I started teaching little flashes out of the side of my high. And then my vision just started going downhill in the past year, it's gotten so bad that I can I can barely see out of my right eye. You know, Dr mischievous, right? Yep. The show before. Yeah. Bye. Bye. Bye. I love him. Anyway, I was talking to him about it. And he is so knowledgeable about so many things. He. The opinion. It was detached retina does that make sense to you? Well, certainly one of the possibilities that could have occurred with an injury. There are a number of things that can go wrong with the I after the injury people can develop glaucoma they can develop retinal detachments, they can develop cataracts. So some of those things are treatable and some aren't. So your next step is to see an eye specialist, medical doctor off and them take a look, and they should be able to tell you what's causing it. And then they should be able to tell you. What are the chances that they can do anything about it? So but without knowing for sure what's causing it. You know, it's really hard for me to give you any more. Touch base issue. And and I would I would like to. I would like to see you guys. So I guess I should call and make an appointment with you. Yeah. That makes sense. If you don't mind making the drive from Kylo, we've got the office and why he won the office in Waipa who and we'll be happy to take a look at you. If you stay tuned to the show at the end of the program, it'll give you contact information. So that you can give us a call. Okay. Can I call on the weekend or should I wait till Monday. You may be able to get through today for a few more hours or you can certainly call next week and set up an appointment with either Dr pits, doctor or myself. Okay. What is she every job waiting time? I how books are you guys? I call on Monday. Could I get employment that same week? Maybe usually you should be able to get in within a day or two depending which of the doctors you want to see what their schedule looks like. But certainly there's someone available to see patients pretty much every day. So if it's an emergency, certainly we can get people quicker. But in your case this has been going on for a while. So you know, usually within a week as is reasonable. Okay. What is your numbers the office to stay tuned in at the end of the program. You'll hear more information about how to reach the office. Okay. Super super. Okay. Aloha. Thank you so much. And I will see you guys next week. Sounds good. So the eye injuries are actually an interesting subject all by themselves because there are a number of different types of things that you can do to your is that don't manifest themselves right away. And some of the conditions that we were talking about earlier today like glaucoma can develop over time related to an injury cataract is also a common condition that affects the is after an injury and cataract is very treatable. Certainly if if that caller has a cataract which has developed as a result of a traumatic injury. This is something that often can be repaired and may be able to restore vision. The retinal detachment is a more serious issue. That's a little bit harder to fix if it's been going on for a long time by retinal detachment, certainly could cause the symptoms that he's describing as well. So all of these things in terms of. Injuries. And so forth are dependent on what specifically is causing the problem. What type of injury was done? And it sounds like he went through a horrific experience with the being stabbed and hit and other things that affected various parts of his body. And it's true that sometimes you are focused on the things that are threatening your life, and you don't think about the other things and so the noble with no change in the eyes of the vision after an injury. You may not think about the is. But if there is evidence of injury to the IOT self after some type of injury blunt trauma black eye getting punched getting hit those types of things. It is a good idea to have the eyes checked not only after the immediately after the injury, but on an ongoing basis because as I said, there are certain types of conditions that can occur in the is that don't cause changes immediately. But over time can lead to other types of problems. Ranging from retinal detachment to cataract glaucoma to inflammation in the eye to other types of changes in the structures of the eye bleeding in the other things that are potentially causing issues immediately or down the road in the future. So injuries to the eyes are not something to be taken lightly. And if there's anything that does cause a serious enough injury to cause your vision to be poor or to cause significant pain in or around, the I is definitely something that should be checked out by an ice specialist to make sure that everything is okay. And that there's not something more that needs to be done. Okay. An article here, which is kind of interesting about macular degeneration macular degeneration is a condition where the abnormal changes in the part of the I responsible for the sharpest central vision, which is called the macula and as macular degeneration occurs. It leads to a decrease in central vision. It's more common as you get older. So we call it age related macular degeneration, people over age sixty or at higher risk the older you get the higher the risk again. I like glaucoma how old are you are the higher the risk for glaucoma. Which is why we expect why we recommend is nations annually for people over age sixty if you have diabetes may or may not increase the risk for macular degeneration, but does increase the risk for glaucoma little bit. So if you have macular degeneration in the wet form, which is the one that keeps you from which which can occur very suddenly and caused serious damage to the structures inside the I the only treatment currently have. Available for that as injections into the eye on a regular basis can be as frequently as once a month and people don't like this. It's certainly not something you'd wanna do all the time every month have an injection in your eye. But it is something that can be vision saving that can preserve or save your vision from getting worse or from losing central vision. But this particular article is about researchers that have tried to do they're trying to develop eye drops that can be used to treat macular degeneration, so says scientists at the university of Birmingham Birmingham in England say they're one step closer to developing. An I dropped they could revolutionize treatment for age related macular degeneration, according to a university news release scientists led by biochemist Felicity Cogan PHD from the university of Birmingham's institute of microbiology and infection have invented a method of delivering drugs as I drops laboratory research published last year in investigative off the mall just off Malaysian visual sciences showed that these eyedrops have similar therapeutic in effect. To the injected drug when tested in rats case. So that's not a people just in rat so far now the scientists have taken their research one step further by investigating the effect of the eyedrops in the larger is of rabbits and pigs which are more similar in some ways to humanize. This latest study also published in the journal demonstrates that the eyedrops can deliver a therapeutically effective amount of the drugs to the retina of the larger mammalian is technology behind the eye drop is a cell penetrating peptide that can deliver the drug to the retina scientists pending patents for the eyedrops are now owned by US based company macaroni, Jen. And a team of Birmingham. Researchers working with a company to develop novel range of therapies for macular degeneration age related macular degeneration, and other diseases combined team is now expediting proof of concept. Studies to confirm the validity of the therapeutic approach clinical trials will be imminent was these studies are completed and could start as early as spring of twenty nineteen. So they're trying to deliver drugs to the back of the eye without having to actually inject them into the I just with the use of I dropped. So that would be an excellent step forward. If in fact, it ends up working in human eyes, and whether the and if the drops can be made in a way that safe and effective we've been here now for an hour talking about is, and I care, and I certainly had a lot of fun. And I hope you have to like to thank Ashley for helping out here in the studio now like to say, thanks to all your listeners for making the show work through your calls and through your Email. If you enjoyed our program today, tell your friends about us, and if you learn something new be sure to listen again next week if you have a question. Can always.
"birmingham birmingham" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"Twenty one minutes past the hour. The Rick and Bubba show. Big is our number. So I know that we talked about this this past weekend. Another run at spring professional football started the af and we got this halt to general manager of Birmingham Birmingham Birmingham iron. And it's it's confirmed over the weekend, and they decided to take their uniforms from any given Sunday except for the logo. The rest the rest uniform was exactly the same same everything. A weird movie. It is weird movie. But so we we solve some of that over the weekend. And like I say I just couldn't get Sherry convinced that we were going to spend her twenty third anniversary. Well, how did your anniversary? You know, what in all fairness in this? I mean, this is just the truth. We had a lot to do this weekend. So we'll probably I mean, we certainly talked about our marriage. We're very thankful better marriage prayed about our marriage. But you know, we knew because where we go to church this this week where we devote to missions. I it was moved to much earlier. We normally don't have a conflict with that with our anniversary because we're about to redo the the sanctuary. So they they moved it up too much earlier, which is why we had the missionaries and John Thomas and everybody in earlier. I wish you the same John realizing it was deer season and trying to throw toss around the the changes that he might actually deer hunt. But but anyway, so we we honestly I would like to see him take the white male. We honestly we had we had a ball game with our oldest son Saturday night. So so I was coaching. And of course, mama was at the game. So we didn't couldn't go on a date. Then we we actually were very busy Friday Friday night is well with one of the the he he was going to a dance where we had to do pictures. We also we also had the missionaries that day. And and so then then Sunday, you know, we spend all day, you know, wrapping up the weekend of of global impact celebration. So we really had this weekend was really devoted to things. Our son had and things we were doing with missionary. So we really haven't had a date yet. But we certainly celebrated it and talked about it and prayed about it. And and I will tell you this spiritually it was a phenom-. Great. They truly truly was and that that's incredibly inspiring spending time with with missionaries from from all over the world and was Sherry now. You know, our anniversary is also our salvation, I mean like Sherrie talked about it was the process of the two of us getting married. Let us both to come under the authority of Jesus Christ. We certainly were were cultural, Christians and understood the gospel and didn't reject it as being something that was that was true. We just were not followers of Jesus Christ in the process of understanding. Holy matrimony. And having some pastures that that God would love this enough to put an our live to to challenge us on that into disciple us into to help us get on that right track. It really fresh leads for a celebration. Everybody should celebrate. How one for the marriages? Don't misunderstand me. But for us, there's an anointing took place, then the little spark that started. And certainly, you know, we we're we're a long way from from there. Thank the Lord, even then, but but it was a pretty special weekend. And to be able to talk about all that. And then talk about the things that are going on. And what we'll be doing, you know, as long as God allows us live as husbands and wives husband and a wife in talking to one of the guys, you know, that we met on Friday drano, he's a young guy. Who's only been a follower Christ for two years. And he's got a woman. That's he's in love with and been able to talk to him a little bit about marriage. And then we had the pastor who's got four kids and a wife and talking to him about you know, at night with they're trying to do in Canada. And and then John Thomas and his wife, you know, from South Africa, and we've known them for years and getting updates with what was going on there. We definitely had a powerful powerful weekend. So it's probably better than any dinner. We. We could have gone to. Yeah. So so it was it was great. We we had a wonderful weekend. So thank you. Thanks for asking. But but I could not get her to go that we did sit down on Sunday afternoon in between things we were doing because we had a little time. And I said I'm going to see what this new a f looks like, and I told her I said, I look we can propagate back for the evening service. We want to go. Beautiful legion field better known as the place lady of romance. Yup. And but I could not convince her to do it. But we did watch some of it on on TV watch most of the game. Yeah. It was vowel accounts. I think across the board got great marks for an opening weekend. The key with these leagues are always there sustainability long term. But a couple of innovations that I thought were really cool in it is I locked all the audio that you got to hear from all the mics that were on. And of course, you you get to hear a lot as you heard in the Birmingham game. You got to hear several things. The announcers. Ahead to keep apologizing for now. They then XFL to though, I mean, well, I know what I'm saying is just different from what we've seen it the NFL, right? The the the pace of play was noticeably quicker. They have a shorter clock to get playoff. And it starts when the play is over not when the ball is Mark. So it's a lot quicker paced. You heard the quarterback several times they're getting to the line. He's going hurry. Hurry. I mean, they gotta keep it moving. And they spend lots of on instant. Replay. Course, I'm sure Memphis wish they would have because they gave Birmingham mcadoo was clearly. Well, I was looking at that. I think you know, the consensus was that it was not a cage, but the replay you really couldn't tell at least the one I was looking at what had happened. It was it was fuzzy the one also. So maybe there was another angle or something. I could clearly see the half end the ball hit the ground. I mean did not have control of it either. When I was looking the one I was looking at you couldn't tell what it was just so blurry. Well, the the point was this. Maybe it was my greater point was they're not going to spend as much time on the guy looked down. He said I can't see quick enough to overturn the call. The call was the key was the call on the field. Yeah. That was a cage. So that you heard him say though, the guy on the field. He said, hey, we're looking at. Jumbotron he said all of us down here. Thank you is not a kitsch. And then he goes. Yeah. But I I don't see anything to overtime. They all kind of pause for a minute. The officials like okay. Well, here's the thing. We'll break. That was an inaccurate statement. Because the referee on the spot called it a cage right there talking about though, they all start watching on the jumble. What they're saying. Is we see it down here? It's not a cage. How come you can't see it? Right. I did I did like hearing the discussion about from the instant replay referee. You know, so many times they go up in the booth. And it's just you don't know. What's happening? Hey, you you were hearing the conversation from now, you may agree or disagree with what the ref said in it certainly looked as since it's all been said and done the overall feeling is that it was the kitsch. But. Again, that's lucky tale the saints fan. Sometimes that's part of the no it is. Well, the other part of it is to unless something changed when I left because I didn't see the very end of the game. It didn't liked it. Memphis was ever gone score. Now it was at a critical time. But what the final score ended up twenty twenty seven twenty seven hundred. And so, you know, you can't blame everything on that one for sure now. And then when when Memphis did score they got called for illegal Shia.
"birmingham birmingham" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Our roads. And they should be safe for all users. In the road. I didn't make our roads safer, and they're not making a better for the cyclist. And thanks for that report. And that's Alexis Garcia and reason dot com. And by the way, there was a queue line in that forcing people into one kind of behavior, and it's not often that we get into the world of public policy. But when we do it's stories like this where a small group starts to dictate how a large group lives because they just feel like if they don't like cars or they don't like this. Or that about the way you're living in this. Great country. We believe that. Well, let Berkeley Berkeley Birmingham Birmingham. So many different ways to live and let the people choose not some smarty pants in the inner city council. This is our American stories road diets. Our mild.
"birmingham birmingham" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"But it's always going to be one of the hottest places to crack because of you'll all the huge spotted don't really exist so much elsewhere around the world, but why don't we get a Premier League team here because we keep talking about putting an NFL team there. That's when it gets a little bit difficult. We're getting territory overule. Okay. I'm coming to take off from the. It's football traditionalist. I don't think will ever ever ever allow that to happen. You have to remember about if we'd take Crystal Palace because. Double main. That is double crystal pounds is so bad that we take Crystal Palace year. And we would make them better the pride of south London. Yeah. We take them. Now, you just leave my palace where they all the series Jacksonville Jaguars that it, and then you give us crystal pie that we always seem to have a Jacksonville junkie wa game on at Wembley because that's just like rubbish that no minds if they go away for a week. And it's a junkie was right. All the wall. Well, the English pronounce is you are. Yeah. And we Jegbor I have to say on Jack wall, which I find incredibly difficult, and sometimes my research, or when I bought the private has to spell it out that she liked put dashes in between you can you still pronounce things in? You know, if it when I'm pronouncing American things, I have to do it the American way that's what he might like St Louis. No, Saint Louis says ain't nobody wants Saint Louis. Saint louis. Your pause between is Saint Lou is what other. Erica, not Trudeau mom is always should be Notre Dom. But have to say any Notre Dame? If you I said Winnipeg the other way can everyone just put the head in the hands like wall that she saying well without it's Winnipeg, but parents would have book. Yeah. Yeah. Well, yeah. But it's like Birmingham, Birmingham Birmingham Birmingham ING ham. Yeah. But you guys do have a Birmingham Alabama. That's fair enough. Because that's how you said. But if you were gonna come to me, and you go to call it Birmingham or middle spurts Middlesbrough, not middle Perot. Let you guys say like Foxborough the red though at the New England Patriots. Yeah. We would say Foxborough. So I have to make sure that if I'm doing a promo about Sunday night football folks bureau, I save Barreau very complicated. She sports just launched the pilot of a show on YouTube called the lowdown. And it starts name the low downs. It's a combination of a highlight recap and a spin on the Premier League studio show where instead of asking questions, Rebecca answers them. Yeah. The format in length of the show were built with YouTube platform in mind, it's a weekly show released each Sunday. It is than just on the first one is is this show part of that show. The lowdown is what show that show you being on this show. No, I don't think. So. But why aren't we doing this show as polish part of the low down with you being on this show? But that will be it will be a hybrid of amazing shows right that I'd have. No, actually, it's a good point. Because the low down is something I do in the studio often Don on a Sunday with all the goals from the day and the day before and then football questions, I'm not sure. Well, you so the onus time I'm not freed make the edit. If you think that you could beat up one of the men in blazers if you had to beat them up one of them. Roger feels like you could I could probably take Roach. And I think he'd be okay with that. Because Michael looks like. Yeah. Sneaky out a little kind of round the coal. And like sure got roaches just that. Because Michael sort of a poor man's Jason Statham. Yeah. I would go with that. I think he'd be. I think it'd be delighted with that. I mean who wouldn't with what a Pullman station. Stay over. We're talking or chasing safe him. Jason safe from the best looking guy in England. Who is Daniel Craig David Beckham. But he's not there. They that comes in England lives in west London, north west London. What what about polish and that they were in LA? Did they sell the crib? They have Crips everywhere grew Don cribs around the world. So they have a place in LA, which they come about you..
"birmingham birmingham" Discussed on Le Show
"Some even accused the actress of fat shaming. She said, quote, I love thanksgiving. Unfortunately, my eyes are often bigger than my stomach, and I tend to eat so much make myself sick. This was joking reminder to myself not to do that. She apologized for the misunderstanding. I'm terribly sorry. People were offended by my attempt at humor. Anyone knows me knows? I would never intentionally. Shame anyone on any basis. I am a champion of all people. Thanks, sarah. Thanks for the support dayline Louisville. The Saint Matthews Texas roadhouse where Louisville mother was told a cover up. All she was breastfeeding has issued an apology after meeting with nursing mothers this week. That doesn't happen often. The man who shouted Heil Hitler Trump at a Baltimore performance a fiddler on the roof. Apologize this week for his outburst saying he chose the wrong words when he was attempting to compare President Trump to the Nazi leader, President Trump took it personally as far as. I like to take everything personally because you better that way, and the Roman Catholic archbishop of Birmingham that would be Birmingham Birmingham. Birmingham mainland has apologized to survivors of abuse in the diocese at an independent inquiry into child sexual abuse. Britain's having one now Australia had one when tars archbishop Longley appeared before the inquiry this week on the final day, but three day hearing focusing on the allegations by the church in Birmingham during the past three decades. He told the inquiry. I apologize to those survivors and victims of abuse for what they've suffered within the archdiocese over the years. I Pol them I would certainly wish to seek some way of lifting the burden. I know that apologies may feel as if they've come to late and are inadequate. I accept that. But I am sorry hig knowledge. There was still room for a lot of improvement in the diocese. But he said he'd learned for meetings in which survivors told him of the trauma that experienced trauma. I hid no. The inquiry focused on the response by the diocese of to allegations of abuse by four priests including the now, dead father, John Tolkien, the son of the author. The hearing was told at the church knew the token posed a risk to after a note was made in nineteen sixty eight of an allegation that it told boy scouts stripped naked yet he was allowed to continue to work as a priest in Birmingham for decades. Once told the inquiry. He'd been told pray with his trousers down by Tolkien and afterwards was told by the priest to keep what happened a secret he repeatedly and consistently denied the allegations against him. He now dead the apologies of the week. Ladies and gentlemen, it copyrighted feature. This broadcast now quickly some one item of news of the atom Toshiba, the troubled Japanese, electrical and electronic conglomerate former owner, the bankrupt Westinghouse see companies can go bankrupt decided last week to cancel its nuclear project in the UK. If completed this station would have provided about seven percent of Britain's electricity needs announcement wasn't really a surprise corn to oil price dot com..
"birmingham birmingham" Discussed on The Friend Zone
"Right. So as one of those niggers I like St.. Also, I feel like as black people we all like to eat. Well, most of us like the seafood, so we know seafood costs a little bit mo-. I'm back. That's why we like it like you. So when you order seafood specifically, it's so annoying. Sometimes when you out and people are like, oh, well, you know, this is going to be three or four feet now. It's more than like ten fifty or something depending on where I mad because honestly, if you a certain restaurants, you know, it's gonna cost you, arm, and leg, so you might as well just pay that because you know, that's why you there. I'm not saying that everybody needs to do that. Because if you don't got that don't be up in there. And I'm one of those people are don't be up in there. If I got it. But when I got it I'm up in there. Like when we went to Papa dough. Like when we aren't like we went to pop it out war Papa dollars. Didn't even have our we at Birmingham Birmingham. Yes. And praised Birmingham for happen. That pop adult they put it there. 'cause they knew I was coming assigns. They had the cars drinks Lee. What are we? Atlanta catch. Sure. Sure sure, did you whip this u-turn right here in the midst of the u-turn night. No, she carry like, what does she has already done? We have to tape. And luckily, nobody did this us it out. But like, you know, when you order a certain restaurants the whiter. I guess might be nervous. Like, I'll let's table full of black people. Like, I don't know what they're going tip me or our no like if they ever been out 'cause they dress kind of how they're dressed like don't judge people based on their appearance on either go on Twitter yesterday where I don't know if it was the waitress or the management one of the two ended up getting fired because they had a table of black people pay for their meal before it got to the table. Because they were assuming that it was going to be a what do they call it start?.
"birmingham birmingham" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"This is eight sixty AM answer. Folks. Metaxas show talking to pastor Jon hagey, the book is earth's last empire. You would just think faster Hagi about when you're being interrogated at Heathrow airport on your way into to speak in London and Birmingham, Birmingham Birmingham England. And I went there a attractive lady. Very neatly dressed told me that I am the wife of the former mayor of lived here all of my all of my life and a number of years ago. The Muslim people started moving in here. I think she said we have seven voting districts, and because of our social social program un-islamic man can move in with four wives. And we will give him a stipend for four homes and a stipend for every child he has you've gotta be kidding. No for those four children, and shed. They have systematically moved in here until they control the majority of the voting zones. And the reason you were harassed at the airport is that the impede the member of parliament who has Birmingham in his voting district. He was roughing you up to to say to the Muslims. Look what I'm doing to this Christian guy. Okay. Now, I have to say you may be familiar with Baroness. Caroline cox. Do you know her do not she is in the house of lords? She was appointed by Thatcher. She was a. Well, she is a hero on this very issue. She is one of the few people, maybe the only person in the house of lords who for decades has been speaking against this. He's been aware of it. I've had her at my venue here Socrates in the city, but she's one of the few voices who have who has the courage to speak against this in parliament. It's baroness. Caroline cox. We're gonna have her on this program soon. She'll be here in New York. But she she's a hero. And they're very few people willing to stand up to this lend the lady told me she said in five years London will be under the control control of the Islamics that was four years ago. Well, there was a book came out London is STAN just a few years ago. But yeah, there are many people that have been speaking against this. But it seems that when you're in the midst of a socialist culture as most of the countries are in. In europe. The people really have little say, it's pretty dramatic. How much freedom we have in America still that they don't have in in Europe, which we think of as, you know, these are our sister countries, but they're they're very far cry from where we are. That's true. The the European Union has really neutralized the nationalism of of Europe. And they no longer think is individuals. But as a block and. I believe that the European Union is disintegrating, and I believe that integrate edition degration is going to lead to massive chaos and out of this chaos is going to come onto crushed. Wow. Okay. When you say that how what kind of chaos could lead to the because to me. Economic? Economic chaos because if the EU is disintegrating, I think of that as a good thing. But you're saying out of that is. It brought Hitler to power. No question economic, the economic chaos of Europe, and the for shy treaty that destroyed a German economy, and he told the German people I'm willing to bring you back. I'll give you pride. I'll give you a job. I'll build you a car, that's the Volkswagen. I'll rebuild the infrastructure. That's the autobahns. And he did that. And he did it all got revenge against France. It's extraordinary I detail. Listen, my Hoffer book. I know you own a copy of it. I'm not going to pressure you to read it be for your friends to do. But I have to tell you that I detail that in the book, and it is wild when when you look at history because you see the president in the past it, so. Mattingly people historically uninformed enough that they think, you know, Trump is Hitler to point out that they don't have any idea of history when they say things like that. But I can see how somebody could sloppily come to that conclusion. They would have to be moronic to make that statement convention, and I know you mean that in the good sense of marina in the Christian sense. Listen, I I hate to agree with you. But it's, but there are many people that say that and their thinking is so sloppy. They just think hey, have Trump is authoritarian and Hitler's authoritarian Trump talks about nationalism Hitler talks about nationalism. And they they act as though that that's that settles it, and I tell people, hey, Trump is only the president of the United States. We have raunchy with tremendous checks and balances I can go out and curse the president with as loud as I can in the street. No one will touch me that's called the free countries. So if you try to do that in Germany in the thirties, good luck. Kids. So, but it's kind of funny that people they almost don't acknowledge the existence of real evil, they kind of concoct evil, and what you're talking about is really horrific. I mean, the idea of such economic chaos that it would usher in the anti Christ. Now, where from where do you think the anti Christ will come Europe? Well, I mean, where specifically, you know, the bible just only refers to what we would call the. The rebirth of the former Roman empire. You don't think we'll have to do anything or do you think it may have something to do with Islamic radicals very much? In dish book, I make a comparison between the biblical statements of what the end of crashed will be and the Slavic statements what the immediate will be. And they're one in the Saint do you think they call them the twelfth Mahdi or something like that? Right. Chilling stuff, really chilling stuff. But so you do think that that's going to happen. But you you believe that the Christians will be raptured before that happens or during this time, you do I do. And so we won't get to see this. But I suppose we'll watch it from the balcony. From the balcony. That's a nice way of thinking about it. I don't know that we're gonna wanna watch it won't be wanna watch. It. Can you can you be in heaven and see, these horrors? That's that's the there's a real theological question. I think that if God the bible says that the eyes of God or on the city of Jerusalem Day and night. Obviously, we see what's going on on planet earth when God looked down and saw that the works of men were evil, obviously, they see what's going on on earth. This is nothing. More than a continuation of the fight that continued when Satan was kicked out of heaven and anti crush.
"birmingham birmingham" Discussed on Fresh Air
"That's queens. We will rocky which is written by my guest. Brian May who was the lead guitarist for the band. So what what inspire that song? I mean, it's been played at so many sports stadiums over the decades. What what were you thinking about when you wrote it were you thinking of it as sports anthem? No, not really I was thinking that it's more of a as a rook anthem, I suppose it and the means of uniting audience or. Taking advantage. You know, enjoying the fight that an audience is United, and I didn't realize it would transfer to to sports games. This is quite a an amazing thing. It's it's it's wonderful for me to to see what we will rookie has done. You know, we were real cute, and we the champions, of course, have kind of transcended the normal. Framework of whimsey is is listened to an appreciated become part of public life, which I feel wonderful about it's fantastic to me. If I go to you know, a football game or soccer game or boss. Get Bulla whatever would anyplace all around the world. And there it is good. Most people don't even realize that I wrote it most people don't realize that it was written. It's sort of become one of those things that people think was always they you know, it sort of goes back into prehistory. So in a way, that's that's the best compliment. You could have Wilson. I think you know. That's if people don't even realize it was written. It's in part because it almost sounds like an old school cheerleader cheer, you know, because that's because stump stump clap thing. And because it's a chant. Well, it's dumps clapping people. Think was always there. But I see it wasn't an I don't know how it got into my head. All I can tell you. We played a gig. Middle of a career in a place called Bingley hole near Birmingham Birmingham. Is this sort of home of heavy metal as you probably know Sabbath and slate and people come from the, and it was a great night people just the the audience were just responding hugely. And they was singing along with everything we did in the beginning. We didn't relate to that. We would kind of light to be listened to things. Seriously. People singing alone wasn't part of our agenda having having said that and then having experienced this wave of participation of the audience in particularly in the gig in Birmingham. We almost to a man sort of reassessed situation. I remember talking to Freddie about insane. Look, you know, obviously, we can no longer fight is this has to become something which is part of our show, and we have to embrace it. And the fact that people want to participate and really everything becomes a two way process now, and we sort of looked at each other and went how. Interesting, and he went away that night, and to the best of minorities wrote, we are the champions with that in mind. I went away and woke up the next morning with these. In my mind, some have because I was thinking to myself what what could you give an audience that? They could do. Well, a standing there will crush together they can stamp, and they can clamp, and they can sing some kind of chance for some reason. It just came straight into my head that we will wrote. So how did you record the stump stump clap? So it would sound grand and reverberating as opposed to three people for for people stomping their feet and clapping. Well, I'm a physicist you see. So I had this idea if we did it enough times we didn't use any Riva or anything that I could build a sound which would work..
"birmingham birmingham" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Apply jae-kyu models. Now am970theansweRcom. Metaxas show talking to pastor Jon hagey, the book is earth's last empire. You would just think faster Hagi about when you're being interrogated at Heathrow airport on your way into to speak in London and Birmingham, Birmingham Birmingham England. And I went there a lot attractive lady. Very neatly dressed told me that I am the wife of the former mayor of lived here all of my all of my life and a number of years ago. The Muslim people started moving in here. Should we have seven voting districts, and because of our social social program un-islamic man can move in with four wives, and we will give him a stipend for four homes and a stipend for every child he has you've gotta be kidding. For those four children and shed they have systematically moved in here until they control the majority of the voting zones. And the reason you were harassed at the airport is that the impede the member parliament who has Birmingham in his voting district. He was roughing you up to to say to the Muslims. Look what I'm doing to this Christian guy. Okay. Now, I have to say you may be familiar with Baroness. Caroline cox. Do you know her do not she is in the house of lords? She was appointed by Thatcher. She was a. Well, she is a hero on this very issue. She is one of the few people, maybe the only person in the house of lords who for decades has been speaking against this. He's been aware of it. I've had her at my venue here Socrates in the city, but she's one of the few voices who have who has the courage to speak against this in parliament. It's baroness. Caroline cox. We're going to have her on this program soon. She'll be here in New York. But she she's a hero. And they're very few people willing to stand up to this mainland. The lady told me she said in five years London will be under the control control of the Islamics that was four years ago. Well, you know that there was a book team at London's STAN just a few years ago. But yeah, there are many people that have been speaking against this. But it seems that when you're in the midst of a socialist culture as most of the countries are in in Europe, the people really have little say, it's pretty dramatic. How much freedom we have in America still that they don't have in in Europe, which we think of as you know, these are sister countries, but they're they're very far cry from where we are. That's true. The the European Union has really neutralized the nationalism of of Europe. And they no longer think as individuals, but as a block, and I believe that the European Union is disintegrating, and I believe that into. Edition degration is going to lead to massive chaos and out of this is going to come unto crushed. Wow. Okay. When you say that how what kind of chaos could lead to the antics because to me if used economic KFC economic chaos because if the EU is disintegrating, I think that is a good thing. But you're saying out of that. Brought Hitler to power. No question economic the economic chaos should Europe and the. Treaty that destroyed a German economy, and he told the German people I'm willing to bring you back. I'll give you pride. I'll give you a job. I'll build you a car, that's the Volkswagen. I'll rebuild the infrastructure. That's the autobahns. And he did that. And he did it all he got revenge against France. It's extraordinary I detail. Listen, my bond Hoffer book. I know you own a copy of it. I'm not going to pressure you to read it be for your friends to do. But I have to tell you that I detail that in the book, and it is wild when when you look at history because you see the present in the past it's so dramatic and people historically uninformed enough that they think Trump is Hitler to point out that they don't have any idea of history when they say things like that. But I can see how somebody could sloppily come to that conclusion. They would have to be moronic. To make that statement convention. I know you mean that in the good sense of marina. Yes. In the Christian sense. Listen, I I hate to agree with you. But it's, but there are many people that say that and their thinking is so sloppy. They they just hey, have Trump is authoritarian and Hitler's authoritarian Trump talks about nationalism and Hitler talks about nationalism. And they they act as though that that's that settles, and I tell people, hey, Trump is only the president of the United States. We have raunchy with tremendous checks and balances I can go out and encourage the president with as loud as I can in the street. No one will touch me that's called a free country. So if you try to do that in Germany in the thirties, good luck kids, so but it's kind of funny that people they almost don't acknowledge the existence of real evil, they kind of concoct evil, and what you're talking about is really horrific. I mean, the idea of such economic chaos that it would usher in the anti Christ. Now. Where from where do you think the anti Christ will come Europe? Well, I mean, where specifically, you know, the bible dish only refers to what we would call the the rebirth of the former Roman empire. You don't think we'll have to do anything or do you think it may have something to do with Islamic radicals very much? Book I make a comparison between the biblical statements of what the question will be and the Islamic statements what the immediate will be. And they're one in the Saint do you think they call them the twelfth or something like that? Right. Chilling stuff, really chilling stuff. But so you do think that that's going to happen. But you you believe that the Christians will be raptured before that happens during this time you do. And so we won't get to see this. But I suppose we'll watch it from the balcony from the balcony that's a nice way of thinking about it. I don't know that we're gonna wanna watch it. We'll be one to watch. It can you can you be in heaven and see, these horrors. That's that's the there's a real theological question. I think that if God the bible says that the eyes of God or on the city of Jerusalem Day and night. Obviously, we see what's going on on planet earth. When God looks down in salt at the works of men were evil. Obviously, they see what's going on on earth. This is nothing. More than a continuation of the fight that continued when Satan was kicked out of heaven and anti crash is the chief son of perdition, which means he's the chief son of Satan, hang on. We're gonna we're going to let you continue that sense on the other side of the break, folks. I have the choice speaking with pastor Jon hagey, the new book earth's last. Empire. Wrestled with that issue for so long. You don't know who to talk to or to embarrassed to tell your friends or family what you're dealing with. You're even reluctant to talk to your pastor. I know I was there too. But it got to a point that something had to change. And then I found faithful counseling.
"birmingham birmingham" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"He saw see like maybe about ten feet here like flying for maybe Hayes syllable right there in front of the African pair Brighton I didn't see any child get run. Over But I did see. The family going backwards from there to here so And police say that the van after. The child was rejected. Ran over the three-year-old killed the, three year old a three, month old also, in the van is okay police are continuing to investigate but to say the mom may have been driving drunk after arguing with the dad of, the children, and drove through a light at seven and Hayes reporting live Mike Campbell w w j NewsRadio nine fifty, charges are pending against, two, men who led Wesland and Michigan state police multi mile chase Wesleyan police spotted the car near i-275 Ann Arbor road last night. That was wanted, for driving away from Southgate and Wyandotte police in, July the suspect again. Did not stop, state police take over that pursuit, which went into southwest Detroit, were troopers were able to hit the car causing. It to spin out. Near McGraw Libranoy to men are now. In custody no injuries were reported, sounds like we're headed for a picture perfect weekend on. The lakes weatherwise but, there is a warning going out to be safe here's our Sandra. McNeill Oakland. County sheriff Mike chard. Says the summer started out pretty. Top for the sheriff's divers, five drowning so, far stretching crews thin it takes a toll on them both physically and emotionally imagine diving some situations deep where you have virtually no visibility and, you're holding, onto what we call a drag bar is pulling him on and they're literally in almost a dark environment, dealing with their hands, on, the bottom to see if they can find a person unlike the movies he says drownings are quiet victims unable to speak stead. Of the arms, going straight up branching it typically goes parallel to, the water almost flat. And you go, under very very quickly Sandra McNeill, w Jane is radio ninety, Birmingham is celebrating the end of a major construction. Project on old Woodward. The four-month seven million dollar downtown project. Increase the size of the sidewalks, allowed for more greenery although mayor Andrew Harris says one. Problem does remain employees Always challenging downtown Birmingham I mean the project itself. Took away many spaces, so we like you said offered the valet we offered free parking of the. Entire weekend in the structures many other, measures being taken at Birmingham Birmingham shopping district is coordinating its annual day on the town event for the reopening of the old. Woodward avenue and, maple road, intersection on Saturday Jim Harbaugh taking time from the sidelines to have some laughs on. Television he went foaling here's w w J's Russ, McNamara he's known for his, eccentricities and. Coaching football, I guess well university of. Michigan head football coach Jim Harbaugh showing off some comedic range if not. His arm on last night's Detroiters as, part of the episode he's folding that's the football slash. Bowling crossover and apparently he's, awful at it all horrible It's okay to just having fun for charity well, it's totally. Different mechanics falling is different you take LeBron James would be good. Papa shot This guy I'm. Getting this It's funny because he used to be a good QB. Detroiters airs in comedy central the show. Lovingly sends up the city. It's pretty, funny as.
"birmingham birmingham" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Three hundred, mackinac races under their belts meantime, it could be a week. Before the sunken duck boat is raised to the surface in Missouri after Thursday's, deadly accident, a dozen or so duck boats that are normally out on table rock lake are. Staying put for the time being coast, guard captain Scott Stormer the operation has been shut down voluntarily and we'll. Be working with, you on the path forward for, for continued operations for right at the company's website has been taken down in light of Thursday nights. Boat capsizing, the claimed seventeen lives Jim Krasula CBS news Branson Missouri a police officer in Washington state was killed in the line of duty today captain Ron meet state patrol says. The, officer was hit by another police vehicle that was pursuing. A suspect believed to be involved in an earlier shooting vehicle I've been the one that struck the officer make no doubt about it had it not been for their actions this officer still alive right now captain Mead said. The, officer was hit while lying down while laying down a spike strip to catch that suspect one person he person is, in custody British police say a three year old boy suffered severe burns on his face and arm during a suspected acid attack that investigators think. Was deliberate it happened yesterday in a discount store about thirty one miles south west of Birmingham Birmingham attorney nine year old man has been arrested three others being sought for questioning police have not identified the, substance. That was used around. The world, Israel is coming, to. The rescue in Syria is rarely army evacuated hundreds of members of the white. Helmets civil defence group from Syria the military said their lives were in danger from advancing Syrian forces who see them as allies of rebel groups do Bobby Israeli cabinet minister sake Negbi. Said the rescue is a humanitarian..
"birmingham birmingham" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"I am no no no hold on a second let me before you try and distract everybody let's stay focused here and then you want to stop the food mode the tony meal column on where all the predictions and as you're as you're running through the predictions you made sure to mention a five times during the course of that that i mentioned that our social media team needs to tweet that al aware of the other tweet that's why i wasn't aware of know i mean you could do two things at once i hear you you see that tony email tony mail that's a tough thing to say tony meal email about a week but i digress snow too much to strive with flooding audience auschwitz always snow seven fifty two am eastern it's four fifty two pacific i think people like the idea of waking up if you laid out west or maybe you're getting up early for work maybe you're enjoying yourself a nice josh right now in the car driving down the west side highway new yorker in chicago or miami any of the great cities in our great country listened to a small town right whatever might be on your way to work or birmingham birmingham here's the deal you like you like to when you get a chance to look at the social media and so you know what tasma mussa interacting with me this is a whole tasr is interacting with mrs say no the social media team is the show you don't rip each other apart you support one another you know we had a new open right we did we did at the seven am eastern our four pacific today we had a brain well no not today komo mislaying again no i'm not misspeaking again we had an open we replace the old one.