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COVID-related attacks prompt hospital to issue panic buttons

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 weeks ago

COVID-related attacks prompt hospital to issue panic buttons

"Health care workers across the country are facing an increase in assaults and verbal altercations into Missouri hospital systems taking steps to protect them hundreds of hospital workers in Branson Missouri will be equipped with panic buttons on their ID badges to quickly summoned security when the worker feels in danger since the start of the coded pandemic assaults at **** health triple to one hundred twenty three workers injuries increased four fold health experts are blaming it on the stress of the corona virus and that most patients can't have family members there to help calm them down a similar situations been reported in Texas world wide a report finds more than four hundred acts of violence or threats against health care workers were related to the fear and frustration over Kobe nineteen I'm Jackie Quinn

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"branson missouri" Discussed on RADCast Outdoors

RADCast Outdoors

08:02 min | 3 weeks ago

"branson missouri" Discussed on RADCast Outdoors

"Gosh. I made it now. It's like hey. I got a chance to do something here so i think it's really energized. Her to you know she's going to put it down you know she's not going to hold anything back and you know there's no reason she can't go down there and busta six seven pounds large mouth and when the competition no reason she can't she's very capable and i wanna throw that in there to the cool thing about patrick is katie's go down the way. This tournament is configured in missouri. Is these kids. Get to go fish for eight hours. If they won fish tournament they get to keep swinging. And just keep catching fish and the biggest one in the box and the largest fish wins the tournament but everybody else from second to fifty four place. There's still two hundred sixty thousand and prizes i. it's incredible sponsorship. I want to throw this out to ideas because we you know we do have other girls and surprisingly. They're doing so many crazy things. I don't know if you guys have tackle shops around your area and stuff. But they're doing raffles where they're put holes and doing stuff and building funding because we have families. This is how crazy it is. Is we try to do everything we can for. 'cause i don't have a if i had all the money in the world i mean everything with you pay for it. It's not a question. But i'm just you know the guy down here in california with the crazy idea but it. This event is so impactful. Like the family like jim san. We have families that when their kid their thirteen year old son one in kansas. Stacey gods and the mom keeps calling me at twelve o'clock midnight my time to see if the tournaments over so they can throw a party for the kid and then next thing you know. They're not one people you know one parent coming to the grandparents coming. The friends are coming. We have eight to ten to twelve family members coming across the us to converge over there in missouri. To be a part of this life changing thing so when you when you start looking at the funding and stuff even raffles or sponsorships like rodney. Real wine stuff. That would cost extra of their pocket. If katie goes there and she throws out of a rotten real combination with line on it and catches a fish. That's where ninety thousand dollars that's cress. That's that's shooter. You know reward return of investment. So you just wanna throw a couple ideas out there to your listeners that you know it could be funding would be huge because that helps get the family out there is so they get all the part of it but there's also product and gear and stuff like that as well and Just remember if she's out there fishing and she comes back and then she wants to go hunting. She gets nice rain stuff. She's going to be hunt with her sister and her dad. Can she shoots better than their dad. That's what i heard. So they're just there's so many opportunities in in this across the board. So i had to just throw that out there. Sorry for cutting you off jim. You'll take care of me. I during i will. I think i think somebody that's out there listening right now going okay. What would you need the. What would you need financing or money for. And i think that's a very good question. I think it's the transportation rental car down food. Those kinds of things shipping equipment on an aircraft. Katie's really excited about this arrogant but unfortunately that's probably one of the most expensive things out there other than maybe wanna bills signed you know that. I'm hoping to get some day but anyway but an a rig just a standard Some of the when they're completely set up with all their jig heads and you know soft plastics. The automaker b. fifty dollars a piece and so we want to make sure that she's prepared when she gets there. She finds something that successful she can. Stick with that pattern and then have some other options. So you know it's a it's a. It's a pretty expensive ordeal to try and change your tactics and things right now. But she's gonna go her biggest thing and i. We've talked about this a lot. She's gonna represent wyoming. She's kind of represent the college he's gonna represent her family herself and anybody that's gonna to stand up behind her. She's gonna do it in a way that you know with integrity and honesty and she'll make you proud and i can tell like you're you're go get her. I mean if if he made it into the nursing program that says enough right there for me but You know it's it is it's a great opportunity and so since we're talking about sponsors i'm gonna take a quick break and talk about. Pk lures. he's one of our sponsors. And maybe we should talk to them So pk lure sponsors. This podcast in I've been friends with paddle. Grady for a really long time. He's a great lure designer and You know they have a lot of great stuff right. Now that i'm using because it's fall and it's mainly for walleyes and If you're walleye fishermen out there bass fisherman for that matter His digging spoons gets bass. Believe me Just look at some of the fish. They catch on a lake fork on that flutter fish but anyway the if you haven't been to. Pk lured dot com. You haven't checked them out. You should definitely go do that. They've got a whole range of options magazine. Mainly walleye but you can catch trout. You can catch bass you can catch all kinds of different things on these things right now. What i'm using primarily the three eighths to half ounce flutter fish to catch Walleye because they are very susceptible to digging spins this time of year. It is the time here in wyoming where the emerald shiners get going so it is It's a lot of fun. I'll just say that this time of year so if you haven't done that Go to pk. Lure dot com check out the flutter fish check out the. Pk spoon the pk. Spoon house a little bit. Faster drop And both come in handy if you need a slower drop sometimes or faster drop so go. Check him out. Pk dot com. But yeah katie. I think the sponsorship thing is a big deal. People forget how expensive fishing equipment is. I know because i really like muskie's muskie equipment is really expensive but you know bass fishing stuff too. I mean you look at just your over. The counter crank bait. You know that you get at the store. You're looking at between eight and fifteen sixteen bucks you know and the can range way higher than that but i think that's important support you that way. I think the other way that people can support you is spreading the word to end. So i would encourage everybody. Who's listening to this. Podcast shared out. you know. i'm going to have information. The notes on how to support kadian her endeavor so share that out to your friends and say hey. Why don't we see if we can jump on board with this. You know if you're Fishing company out there. you know. Maybe you're just a retailer for like a tire shop like you know bill was talking about you know and you wanna get your name out. There on the national stage is a good way to do it But i kind of want to go back to this point. You know we were. We started this podcast a year and a half two years ago almost two years. It'll be two years here in another month. But the main focus was all about family and it was about recruiting the next generation. And so i sent you a questionnaire prior to the podcast kinda get a feel for you but you know. Tell me what do you think. The biggest challenge is katie for the upcoming generation of fishing. And what do we need to do to inspire that. I think there is a lot of new generations coming up that aren't so into the outdoors and fishing and hunting in. It's just sad to see because it's something. That's so big in my life. And i just love it and i want to pass it on so i think a good way to get more people out in all that is just if you know someone invite them out like if like give them the opportunity to go out even if it's kid an adult it doesn't matter just give them the opportunity to go out and just try to help them get out there. I mean they might not have the opportunity unless you provide it to them. So i think that's a good way.

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"branson missouri" Discussed on RADCast Outdoors

RADCast Outdoors

08:20 min | 3 weeks ago

"branson missouri" Discussed on RADCast Outdoors

"Books so now it's really cool agassi-jim over there smiling. That's amazing yeah. Well one thing i know is that dad's definitely proud of their their daughters. Especially when you have that affinity for this same activity like if you love hunting you love fishing and you can do that together. There's nothing better than that like i. i think about There was this last year was about this time of year. I took all four of my kids and it was. It was cold. I mean it was thirty degrees. You know but it was breezy. It was late in fall and we went walleye fishing and each one of my kids caught master angler walleye that morning and i mean it was miserable but the smiles that those kids out on their faces and my youngest daughter. The one i told you about. It's a real trouper. She caught a twenty eight inch wall as a pretty pretty cool deal in. Those are the memories that i guarantee you. Those kids will never forget just like this tournament for you is just such a big opportunity and so i wanted to kind transition over to talk about the tournament for you. Katie and ask you some questions about you know. What are some of the things you're doing to prepare for this big opportunity so like bill said i am a nursing student. So don't have a lot of time but in my free time We've been going out in just practicing techniques that hopefully will use in missouri. Because it's going to be obviously different I've fished in missouri one time My brother-in-law he was in the air force and i went up in My niece was born in trying to catch a fish for this tournament. Actually in a never caught any thing to turn in but just in some pond so that gave me a little bit of experience but not a lot Like i said it's going to be a lot different than fishing around here. We're going to try an rig. Why i'm down there. Never fish that before. So we've been trying to play around with that and we'll see how that goes and explain. What an era to everybody okay. I'll try my best also known as an umbrella rig and it basically emulates ache A bunch of skull fish in. It's got like all these different like lures on it To make it look like it's got exactly. Yeah see how it goes right. So what else do you on prep. So you're working on the area. What else he working on. We're gonna try some walk your worms wire down there and crank baits. And that's some stuff that i use while i'm here also so hopefully that will be good to go back to the basics like i said just going out practicing or we different Normally fish with my dad and he will help me out in. Obviously i'm not gonna have him out there so it's a lot of thinking on your toes and seeing what's going gonna work something that i learned from the competition in idaho is it's okay to switch up if something's not working You can go back to try other things like you don't have to just stick one thing so we're going to have to go down there and see what works so hall of famer bill. What would you give her as a suggestion for prep for this tournament. Why thinks he's doing a great job. That the biggest thing. I think that i would like to ask her. Actually ask your listening. You know group is with what we're doing and is if everybody can picture that here's a crazy firemen california trying to put this together and Trying to to do something for the youth that will actually have impact and stuff. This couldn't been done what i'm doing right now without sponsorship and when you start putting three hundred thousand dollars prizes together from bass cat marantz and then code. I mean burden tackle direct and you know you can get on the website and see thirty to forty companies that usually compete against each other. Come together for the youth if such a big big deal and then when you look at people even like jim in in katie and stuff you know my biggest thing besides getting them. There is getting the support from their local community. You know who is out there in wyoming. Who could see you know. A potential future nurse going after passionate and fishing. That would love to help support you know. Maybe getting the family out to missouri. Now we do a lot of stuff on putting them up in the rooms and taking care of food and stuff but i have seen more and more sponsors jump on board We do have a young lady in idaho and helmet that les schwab was blown away that they have a young lady in idaho and they made her you know if they're her title sponsor and they they're taking care and she's got her first bass fishing sponsor which is a tire company and ask the stuff. Is it important for the the community. Idaho be behind. Katie because katie is the only representative of wyoming. that's going to missouri and it's great advertising. It's great press and it's it's just great to be behind something that has great value and katie brings a lot of value in the industry and she brings a lot of value. Just has the person what she's doing and anybody that sits down for five minutes unless it's radio show or toxic katie. They're gonna see it so my biggest thing is not only giving them the ideas and concepts of over there win. You know up to ninety thousand dollars. It's also putting them in a to represent themselves in companies to support him. Because it's just like what you're doing on your show For hunting and fishing pat it. Everything revolves around it. The industry has to back certain people and the people that do a very good job paroling themselves in the industry it just flows better and so my biggest thing is trying to get exposure for the youth because this is a stepping stone for them to build a career off of and katie might be one of the most incredible wyoming doctors out there but are on our freezer by she might be the next bass pro from wyoming under free time and it. Because i've done it being a fireman. I've done a lot of fishing. So what we're doing is important in the backing of sponsors to the is probably the biggest thing that they do right now so i will. I always pitch this support the use in off your butt and help them. Because you're going to be very surprised that just a little that you give. You're going to see so much in return for years to come so the secret stuff for katie on on winning this tournament. That's like the fight club heating. They're gonna talk the other kids any other states the secret stuff and so we're gonna it dangle that worm out there a little bit as snoqualmie aspirin okay. They'll give me the nine one one the So so that's that's that's like anything you know we're gonna have the secret bugle call but she can have. The biggest thing is always getting behind the kids in the sponsorship and the sport and support and that that's not just katie. It's it's for the family. And there's it's huge. It's huge so. That's what i'm always drive. Import building the future by helping the future. So i guess that brings me to my next question is to. How do we support you. Katie i mean. What's what's the best. Way if i be all this myself for one of my sponsors or whoever wants to help you out. What's the best way to do that. Mean we just get a hold of you or has that honestly So yeah i need some help get into missouri and if anybody listening or anybody out there wants to help me on my journey that would be amazing If basically my dad is being my agent so he would be the one to get into contact to and Yeah we can give you our phone number and email server works. Patrick share that real quick and that way. If people want to do that because we we've got a pretty good reach so you never know who. The phone number is three zero. Seven three four nine six seven six three three zero seven three four nine six seven six three good email for both of.

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"branson missouri" Discussed on RADCast Outdoors

RADCast Outdoors

08:19 min | 3 weeks ago

"branson missouri" Discussed on RADCast Outdoors

"From real steel in the outdoors to go fish. Billy chapman's L. lake el salto. And that's just for i and crazy enough. I've been able to pull it off the team and stuff this year to have another over three hundred thousand so in the last three years i've been able to pretty much give back almost a million bucks to the families and the kids For this tournament so that's pretty much. It an chill while just all that just blows me away in the kind of puts me in a little bit of shock. Because i mean that's that's incredible to see what you guys have been able to do and and i mean you you're working with a lot of great people and and that's i think that's what we need more of than in fact. That's why david nice started this. Podcast is that we wanna see our kids and more women and people get into the outdoors doing fishing hunting all these different activities because if we don't promote those things they go away and so i wanna thank you for doing that and i mean this is a heck of an opportunity katya bet you're kind of on pins and needles is because it's like man. This is a huge deal. So tell me kind of how it felt to know that you're going to be doing this. Yeah it's kinda hard to wrap your head around. Because i never thought that i would ever have this opportunity and thanks to bill i do i just i have a story back in twenty nineteen i that we the competition because dad found out about it. He was like if you wanna do this. Cool if you don't have to so. I'd like oh enter and we'll see what goes and then then it was like. Oh you want and then i was like oh goodness in. I wasn't going to go. I was terrified. I could never compete at a national level. Like couldn't couldn't happen. And so. I was going to tell dad that i didn't want to go. And then bill had called me on the phone and told me about the competition and just give me more information in honestly. He made me feel like i can do it. Like the some some random kid from wyoming could go to this competition and he made me believe that i actually genuinely had a chance and does really special and then This is the last year. I can fish it. 'cause i'm nineteen and toes just amazing that i get go back for the last time and yeah truck really cool and so. You're five fish that you turned in was what around. Fourteen pounds. Something like that bag about fourteen. Yeah to put this in perspective again. This is wyoming are rocky mountain vast. Grow pretty darn slow I caught one that six pounds ten ounces and it was very very old fish And so i know it's painstaking get a fish to grow in the rocky mountains it so i'm sure that that was quite challenging. I mean how many hours do you think you put in going after those. And i don't even know what would you say it was. It was a lot. Yeah for sure. Well it's a good thing you in fremont county because at least we have here in this. You have a few we had. We had some issues from the very beginning of the year. we lost our big motor. We lost an electric. You know so. She was challenged with those kinds of things. She was a trooper and after fishing. Fishing in idaho and bilk and really talk about that to you about how cold that was that she's just. She's a trooper when she puts her mind. She doesn't so. I gotta say it is pretty impressive. We look at all. The youth in likes went to idaho the the snowball two thousand nineteen. It snowed on us. And everything else. And i remember going around with a film crew and you know basket was on the water bass masters who one of the presenting sponsors and they got to walk across bass masters stage but we came up underneath a bridge and there's katie sitting there and i think he there you're at the drakes and she's out there and it's literally raining and snowing and she's just firing away catching fish and it's just amazing on the opportunity and the biggest thing we're looking for in. This is what i'm always trying to do is in life. Nothing comes free and the people that work. The hardest in in put the passion and desire to to excel at something and you can see that right off the bat. I mean there's a click when you see katie working at a career job becoming a nurse in in nowadays time is inspirational. But then you fall backing though. That's why she's done so well fishing. She put the time and she. She has the drive and desire and That's when you know when you're looking for sponsors of stuff that's the thing that the sponsors are looking for is somebody always wants to put their name behind somebody that has value in our good people in have good ethics. And that's what katy brings to this this tournament as with all these kids. It's amazing when you see the youth across the us that the amount of cash and they have in the outdoors. And i grew up. Like as i've i grew up hunting and fishing and i shot trapping ski for the fire department with thanks and i did. Treaty are treats shooting. And you know. I've i've been through the whole gamut and You always see the cream rice. The top with certain individuals and there's so much potential in the youth nowadays that i don't think a lot of people are giving them credit for so when you see people like katie working so hard at night and i was waiting when you say like. How many youtube channel do you watch fishing and stuff. I was waiting for saying i'm really. I'm doing that. But i'm really studying hard to become a nurse so i had my head in the books really right now because you know but on my off time you know we're we're going out fishing and when you look at that that's the stuff that should inspire fishing the outdoors the love and the passion of it and then the family thing when you look at what gyms doing with his daughters stuff this resonates across the us. You know across the world. And i was asked one time. They're like billy thinking to change the world. And i always laugh because i said i can't change the world by helping one person but i might change the world for that one person and that's the thing i think so many people get caught up is they don't think they could have that big of an impact that it helps everybody so no one ever takes a shot. Mike shot is if you just reach out one person it could change. Somebody's just like we're katie's nurse to her career and just what her dad has done through his career. What i've what you've done is sometimes the simplest things could change. Lives and that's been inspiring. Yeah absolutely and i think you know you talk about the family aspect of all this. I think that's one of the things that we desperately need in our culture right now. We get so wrapped up and other things that really have no meaning whatsoever Young talk to my kids about it a lot where you know. They could sit and they could play electronics day. Or you know we can go out and we can go fishing and we can make a memory and we can have a good time or you know maybe even just like last night. We just went on a walk together as a family. I mean that's that's the kind of stuff that we really need a lot more of an. It's it's cool you know again. I love seeing. Jim smile. Because i know how he's feeling so proud and my youngest daughter. She's she's a trooper to I'll take her fishing under any conditions here in wyoming and shogo doesn't matter whether it's ice fishing and windy or anything she's up for it she's like let's go let's go so i can see the pride here is in. That makes me smile. Because i get it and i think the go when you hear those stories. No any here know stories like the first story. I we sat down. We did an interview with jim and katie. And i know it's happening katie's to the left of jim and she's looking up and just looking at them and given this unbelievable daughter smile to pops pops glowing and we talked to him and he and the story was like. When do you remember in jim. Goes i remember. It was snowing and raining and katie was a young girl. She was out on the dock and she just kept fishing told her to get in and she just kept going just kept fishing. She didn't want to give up and they just both they're gleaming. They're just they're both looking. They're like yeah. Remember that that. And i remember in that story alone. I remember that from a couple years ago and that was just a moment in time but it has such an impact in life goes down. You know in history.

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"branson missouri" Discussed on RADCast Outdoors

RADCast Outdoors

07:23 min | 3 weeks ago

"branson missouri" Discussed on RADCast Outdoors

"And you can check that out and so today very excited. I have some special guests in the studio and one special guest on the phone. And we're going to go around do some introduction so jim go ahead. Good morning patrick. Thing for having us i'm Blessed father of this katy perry. She's my youngest daughter. She has been light in my life. And i always say that. She's my favorite. So hopefully the other daughters are gonna be in trouble. I man for just a local you know land or natives here in wyoming and we've had an opportunity to partake in something that's it's kind of unheard of and it's Something that's so special to us in our family that You know this circumstance circumstances situation that came in front of us in a form of a bass tournament and that's we're here for today and katie is She's she's something really special and this tournament. has brought to light so many things in our life For our family and our friends and things like this opportunities like this. It's just it's been amazing so absolutely i just Aymer dad that's it. Yeah well hey. I know how it is to be a proud dad so Katie one two hundred yourself. My name is katy perry Like dad said we were born and raised in lander on constantly outside growing up hunting fishing hiking camping. Anything you can think of currently tend. Cwc nursing school on the first year nursing student. Just for all of you. Who don't know. I i work at. Cwc and getting into cwc's nursing program is in and of itself because it's one of the best programs in the entire country so good job on that also have a special guest on the phone who i've been following for pretty much twenty years. I guess roughly One guy. I'm a big fan of bill. Why don't you introduce yourself i. I'm i wrong jealous. Because i'm not sitting there in the studio and a down here in california. So don't hold that against you're welcome to come to wyoming anytime you want. You know. I might have to take that up guys. You know. bill. Seaman taliban in the fishing industry for a long time. Like patrick said gonna firemen. My whole life started When i was thirteen and I mean there's. I'm finishing my career with thirty three years on said worry and a crazy idea to try to do something a little different and Bring the joy of all the bachelors and stuff that i've done for for my entire career out to the youth in Put a little term together and it's a year three that is going on and i've been very fortunate the first year that i put it on and put it out into the industry that a lot of kids jumped on it in katie actually won the first year in wyoming and two thousand nineteen and i met her and her dad there. Just a great family and Crazy enough that everyone kind of still doing this and Katie did it again. She came back and funny run and put the smack down on it and she's going to be one of four young ladies across the us Fish basically it was a online fishing and anglers that caught the largest five fish limit in their state as h shots. Come back to missouri this year for the world championship for a chance of up to ninety thousand dollars just for first place. So that's that's that's it and cystic bound on this a little bit for our listeners. Bill is also a member of the fresh water fishing hall of fame. And i call him the king of big bass. So that's just my little antidote in there. But it's my wife has another antidote but i'll i oh boy no it's great to have you and you know i i love to kind of start this podcast. You're doing a great tournament opportunity. But i wanna get to know you. And i know the listeners. That's one of their favorite things is that we talked to the guests. We get to know him. So you know you've talked about where you from the. How did you get started fishing. So mice always wanted a son and he ended up with three dollars like you said and he always jokes that he's lives in the estrin ocean but don't let them fool. You meister can out hunt him. And i can out fish him and we in both out shoot him so we just raised like that always outdoors like i said And that just led into. I mean the fishing. I kind of took more personal interest in the fishing. My sister more in the hunting. I mean we're both crossover a little bit. Yeah so that's how that kind of started. Can you remember the first fish that you caught if pictures of the first fish. I don't remember it. i just It's been fishing ever since. Yeah you catch. Just out of curiosity rainbow trout rainbow trout. Yeah i don't my. I bash. Either but i remember the place. It was at is a private local pond that my friends used to have Not around anymore. But my sister and i used to go after church. We'd be in our sunday dresses and we would go like fishing and our sunday best with dad after church. And that's where i call for space. That's awesome i. So i gotta tell you my first best story because i grew up in cheyenne wyoming which is like the worst place to grow up as a fisherman. Let me tell you is like dead zone. I was telling l. Lender when we had him on i was like had the worst shuttling where you know. It was a fisherman who is somewhere where there just wasn't much for fishing but anyway we come up here to visit my grandparents and y- bass lake down over here by choice like camille. Wait however you want to say it I remember my dad goes up. We're going to go bass fishing. I'm going to take you and we took the old farm truck. We pulled up next to the lake. And i i guarantee you before that truck stops. I was out the door. Run into the tailgate to grab my stuff. I went out there. I i cast cut twelve inch bass. And i thought it was the coolest thing ever so i understand the joy of bass fishing. I always heard about this but all we had was trout really to fish for. So it's a. it's a little bit different isn't it. yeah it is so. I think i know the answer. This question. who is your fishing mentor. Would be my dad. He loves to fish. Like i said they're always take took his fishing little. He learned everything he knows from his dad and he likes to fish for trout. He's a trout fisherman and then my dad were ripped the lips off of anything that swims. He doesn't discriminate. Who loves anytime a fish. And then i specifically love bass fishing. It's my favorite. So i honestly i cannot tell you that like i don't i don't have a specific reason in like i thought about this like for the last couple of days. I don't have a reason. I think it just comes back to like early memories of fishing in like. I think it's the bass fishing that stuck in my mind. We have like a local place around here that it's might personally my favorite place to go bass fishing at a grand says to never tell your fishing secrets so i won't name the place but Yeah as long as i can remember. We've been going there. I've taken my friends. They are my boyfriend. they're my family. Always goes there. Honestly it's one of my favorite places to maybe it's like i fell in love with the place and then and then the fishing like right long side. It and.

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Jimmie Rodgers, singer of 'Honeycomb' and other hits, dies

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 9 months ago

Jimmie Rodgers, singer of 'Honeycomb' and other hits, dies

"Musician Jimmie Rodgers has died of kidney disease and after testing positive for covert nineteen according to his publicist Rogers died last Monday in palm desert California at the age of eighty seven I marches are a letter with a look at his career Jimmy Rogers was discovered as he played shows on a ten dollar guitar while he was stationed in Nashville with the U. S. Air Force after the Korean War he auditioned with roulette records with the song honey comb which was his first single and only number one record his other hits include secretly and kisses sweeter than wine in nineteen sixty seven Rogers was found in his car in Los Angeles with a fractured skull he said he had pulled over and an off duty police officer attacked him although he suffered muscle spasms and seizures Rogers later had his own TV show and his own theater in Branson Missouri

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"branson missouri" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"branson missouri" Discussed on Feast of Fun

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"branson missouri" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"branson missouri" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Her was all right that's it too soon all right okay so it all seriousness we're talking today buddy thunderstruck has read had a residency in Branson Missouri that is indeed but you go back in the fall in the winter you do more residency out there did you ever did it ever freak you out yes they got it with the hope of nineteen the germs anything like that or are you pass that you know I I gotta be honest with you I was on board with all of that you know with everything about it and I believe that everything was done heavy handed incorrectly in the beginning and I I but there was just so much misinformation that came out and you just don't know where to go and if they point you in different directions all the time and you're just like my goodness I'm just trying to do the best that I can you know I'm trying to do what you're telling me to do but there's just so many things that you can't follow and and I think the thing that sent me over the edge was getting on a plane with two hundred people and not to seek the tortoise and they asked us to social distance I tell you're talking about what what what we you know and we we share that story of yours on the air today because you didn't it's ridiculous all right thank you it was just amazing you know I remember looking at a guy you said are you gonna wear your mascara I said you know I'm not sure if you understand this order to the twelve feet wide and were greeted recirculated air and there's no distance between that's what you're talking about where the mask with you know I mean it it doesn't make any sense and I know you know I mean I don't wear a mask I don't care and I'm sure respectful to that and I'm cool if anybody's feelings but some of it's just common sense and just completely stupid I mean it just it doesn't make much sense to me so I'll do whatever anybody needs me to do but it's kind of makes sense I mean I don't know okay do you the best with your band hope these days so thank you I wanna I wanna go mistake this woman number one between the hours are Monday along white we love this so much at each club on the fourth of July for the fourth of July celebration we're going to be outside the parking lot everybody come on out and have a great time we'd love to see Dave booty from Cincinnati.

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"branson missouri" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"branson missouri" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Followed recommendations made for years to improve the safety of the vehicles I sure and Bryce and making that announcement Tuesday she's with the the national transportation safety board contributing to the sinking was the coast guard's failure to require sufficient reserve buoyancy in amphibious vessels contributing to the loss of life was the coast guard's ineffective action to address emergency egress on amphibious passenger vessels with fixed canopy use such as the stretched up seven which impeded passenger escape attorneys attorney for the victim's Robert to longer Losey said the settlement sends a message to anybody still operating doc both this accident didn't occur are just that day in Branson Missouri this accident this tragedy occurred because the dugout industry has ignored warnings for decades that their canopies trapping cage passengers drowned women killed I think that any doctor captain on any of the dog bones that are last is setting themselves up to go to prison if they take a duck boat out onto the water that has a six count of it the message has been crystal clear from the N. T. S. space you don't have sufficient river reserve buoyancy if you can't remain afloat those canopies are death traps now the boat's captain Kenneth McGee survived the accident he was indicted in November of twenty eighteen on seventeen counts of misconduct negligence and an attention to duty by a ship's officer well Kentucky governor Andy Beshear out wasn't happy earlier this week with people filing for unemployment in the state under false names he called out one person in particular for filing as head to paksa core turns out that person actually exists now somebody an apology tonight hello last night I spent a little bit of time talking about.

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"branson missouri" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"branson missouri" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Years to improve the safety of the vehicles I Suren Bryce and making that announcement Tuesday she's with the national transportation safety board contributing to the sinking was the coast guard's failure to require sufficient reserve buoyancy in amphibious vessels contributing to the loss of life was the coast guard's ineffective action to address emergency egress on amphibious passenger vessels with fixed canapes such as the stretched up seven which impeded passenger escape attorneys attorney for the victim's Robert dot longer lives he said the settlement sends a message to anybody still operating Douglas this accident didn't occur just that day in Branson Missouri this accident this tragedy occurred because the dugout industry has ignored warnings for decades that their canopies trapping cage passengers drowned them and kill them I think that any duck boat captain on any of the duck boats that are last is setting themselves up to go to prison if they take a duck boat out onto the water that has a six count of the message has been crystal clear from the N. T. S. space you don't have sufficient river reserve buoyancy if you can't remain afloat those canopies are death traps now the boat's captain Kenneth McGee survived the accident he was indicted in November of twenty eighteen on seventeen counts of misconduct negligence and inattention to duty by a ship's officer hello Kentucky governor Andy Beshear out wasn't happy earlier this week with people filing for unemployment in the state under false names he called out one person in particular for filing as that to puncture core turns out that person actually exists somebody an apology tonight hello last night I spent a little bit of time talking.

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"branson missouri" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

09:44 min | 1 year ago

"branson missouri" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"The forefront of discussion changing paradigms wherever he goes and this latest book midnight strikes is what we'll be talking about tonight he'll also be speaking at Steve coils twenty twenty two true legends conference in Branson Missouri this year Dan welcome to the program looking forward to this thank you so much shorter it's great to talk with you it's a pleasure to be on how long have you known Steve great guy probably ten years or so you know the funny thing is I I started talking to probably ten years ago I was that was writing a fictional novels a matter of fact and I needed a a prepper character I was heading I don't really know much about prepping so who I know that really knows about prepping well his name came up and I contacted him and he agreed to be character my fictional novel and so we've we've been friends ever since well that's great he was on our program last week and was talking about volcanoes and calamities and catastrophes and scared the living daylights out of us and now I have a feeling you're going to do the same thing well zero George I I wish I could say I I brought you warm fuzzies and all kinds of happy news but the fact is that midnight strikes is a cough any of catastrophism and it it it doesn't bode well for mankind and we need to talk about these things because I I forget her last name but the lady Catherine Johnson sets yeah right she she she uses the phrase of a perfect storm in the economic world and we are actually facing the perfect storm in the world there are so many issues that are coming down the pike that that people are just unaware of you know we we go to work we come home we cover kids would like turn on the TV but if it really were not aware of all the things that are going on so midnight strikes actually takes into account all of those things not all of them obviously but many of those things that people just aren't even aware of and they're all happening George right now tell us about the title the Dan how did you get it and what does that mean well midnight strikes you know midnight is kind of like like the atomic clock it well yeah it's it's it's mankind's clock it is it is that yeah I gotta be honest with with your audience I you know I look at the world through a biblical paradigm okay and you know that's not to say that this is a religious talk a religious book but the fact is that time is is a finite things and we you know we go about our lives not really looking at this in biblical timeline that that we are actually following the path of in if you look at what's going on it is exactly following a biblical time what but beyond that beyond the discussion of religion and and all that stuff just the facts on the ground are mind boggling well they sure are and sometimes you know you wonder are we and then times a lot of people believe we are and that's a scary thing all by itself Daniel well it it really is and I happen to believe that we are in the end times at least entering into the enzymes in Georgia look I'm not here to say you guys got seven years three half years or however long you know what I am saying is that we have entered into this time of tribulation this time of trouble that the Bible talked about and it talks about all kinds of stuff in the Bible you know we get so caught up on the religiousness of stuff but it talks about all kinds of stuff that we're going what that was going to happen during this time and because it is you know it has to do with god and it has to do with religion we look at it and we go well I don't want to talk about it because it's religious stuff no these are these are facts that are being played out in the history of humanity and we're seeing them play out real time and so midnight strikes is about those facts yes is it not looking that I probably should tell you that you know Steve Quayle wrote his his last book I think it was Jesus the premise of the promise and for those of you that that no Steve story and again I don't mean to sound religious but I need to set the foundation for using he had in the past I needed me more than a fifth inning George he saw what he could say that the hell in the concert I mean a concert conference you know really great planners yeah and so he he he got sick there he came home to his house his mom's house we went into the bedroom and physically standing before him was Jesus right not a vision not a dream and in this in this experience he eaten you know the war told him what he was going to do with Steve and all these other things things that have guided his pass through this whole this this is whole life well at the end of this experience the lord showed him a panoramic of mankind's future and then he told them you're gonna forget about a bunch of these things but I'm going to remind you when the time you know was just before these things about to happen and so sure enough Steve remembered some of those things that many of those things he forgot so fast forward to you know he wrote is isn't this last book he says it's his last book it's never going to be his last book always got like twenty Bucks I doubt it but he said it was the last book is old but you know like he started telling me so many things that he remembered and I I started comparing them to the things that I've researched out and I've I've seen and I've you know I've I've studied as well and and I said Steve you you have to tell people about the things you gotta you know you got to write another book in the cities of any I'm not gonna write another book I reset it was going to write another book and not lead to renovate book I said Steve let me do this you'll tell me what you saw and I will write the book and so in night strikes or about it not told me about these things but the thirty things that Steve listed out on this piece of paper for me and what I did is it a good reporter does I sat down with them and we hashed out what he saw did you really see this what evidence is there and what I did is I I use those thirty points as a springboard to do some other investigative work and what I found George was stunning not only are the things that Steve so in this book not about Steve it's not about you know those things it's about everything that's coming down the pike so what I found was all of these state worldly these things that were compiling one on top of another that it didn't it without a a biblical framework are are just stunning I mean they are stunning because they're all on top of one another that is what midnight strikes is about them your website of course is your name Daniel holdings dot com makes it sound like you want a million companies but that's your real last name hold and your older dog job for digital the city which now past civilizations have always thought they were in the end times what makes us different well you know I use this this word cacophony right it is true that ancient civilizations have always looked to the stores you you look around and you see many you know there's ancient observatories that watch this guy you have pictographs or drawings on rocks that show you know violence coming to the earth you have stories the the Hopi Indians have all these stories about the the the the things that have happened in the things that will happen you have the Mayans that that had this the same kind of thing what makes things different George is a great question what makes things different is the technology and the just the coalescence of everything that is coming together but not only is it coming together all at the same time it's coming together and again but you know some people are gonna like this but it's coming together as the Bible said it was going to come together sadly you're right I am should I say sadly because doesn't have an enlightened the M. dean eventually well let you know there are there are some things that Steve shared at at the end of our conversation because I have the same question you know it I wrote this book it took almost you know ten months eleven months to write and there are times I walked the walked away and I was going man this is so heavy I mean I had to step away and take a breather because it was so heavy so yes the the same question this is Steve is there any good news give us something good here well look you know again if we're looking at a biblical framework hold on for a second day in a row when he had a break but will come back and talk more about your work midnight strike several of his other books three days in the belly of the beast as the darkness falls in between the veil here's our first emerging artist Frederic dello grew from Rancho Mirage California eyes of your heart to access the audio archives.

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"branson missouri" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

09:53 min | 1 year ago

"branson missouri" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"To coast George story with you Dan holdings with us his latest book is called the midnight strikes Dan is an author one time radio host former businessman Air Force veteran thank you for that he takes seldom heard truths and brings them to the forefront of discussion changing paradigms wherever he goes and this latest book midnight strikes is what we'll be talking about tonight he'll also be speaking at Steve coils twenty twenty two true legends conference in Branson Missouri this year Dan welcome to the program looking forward to this thank you so much George it's it's great to talk with you it's a pleasure to be on how long have you known Steve great guy probably ten years or so you know the funny thing is I I started talking to probably ten years ago I was I was writing a fictional novels a matter of fact and I needed a a prepper character knows him I don't really know much about prepping so I know that really knows about trapping well his name came up and I contacted him and he agreed to be character in my fictional novel and so we've we've been friends ever since well that's great he was on our program last week and was talking about volcanoes and calamities and catastrophes and scared the living daylights out of us and now I have a feeling you're going to do the same thing what you know George I I wish I could say I I brought you warm fuzzies and all kinds of happy news but the fact is that midnight strikes is a company of catastrophism and it it it doesn't bode well for mankind and we need to talk about these things because I I forget her last name but the lady Catherine Johnson sets yeah right she she she uses the phrase of a perfect storm in the economic world and we are actually facing the perfect storm in the world there are so many issues that are coming down the pike that that people are just unaware of you know we we go to work we come home we cover kids with my turn on the TV but it really were not aware of all the things that are going on so midnight strikes actually takes into account all of those things not all of them obviously but many of those things that people just aren't even aware of and they're all happening George right now tell us about the title the Dan how did you get it and what does that mean well midnight strikes you know midnight is kind of like like the atomic clock it well yeah it's it's it's mankind's clock it is it is that yeah I gotta be honest with with your audience I you know I look at the world through a biblical paradigm okay and you know that's not to say that this is a religious talk a religious book but the fact is that time is is a finite things and we you know we go about our lives not really looking at this in biblical timeline that that we are actually following the path of in if you look at what's going on it is exactly following a biblical time what but beyond that beyond the discussion of religion and and all that stuff just the facts on the ground are mind boggling well they sure are and sometimes you know you wonder are we and then times a lot of people believe we are and that's a scary thing all by itself Daniel well it it really is and I happen to believe that we are in the end times at least entering into the enzymes in your look I'm not here to say you guys got seven years three half years or however long no no what I am saying is that we have entered into this time of tribulation this time of trouble that the Bible talked about and it talks about all kinds of stuff in the Bible you know we get so caught up on the religiousness the stuff but it talks about all kinds of stuff that we're going what that was going to happen during this time and because it is you know it has to do with god and it has to do with religion we look at it and we go well I don't want to talk about it because it's religious stuff no these are these are facts that are being played out in the history of humanity and we're seeing them play out real time and so midnight strikes is about those facts yeah is it not looking that I probably should tell you that you know Steve Quayle wrote his his last book everything was Jesus the premise of the promise and for those of you that that no Steve story and again I don't mean to sound religious but I need to set the foundation for you so you know he had in the past I needed me more than a Tiffany George he saw what he could say that the hell in the concert I mean a concert conference you know really great planners yeah and so he he he got sick there he came home to his to his house his mom's house we went to his bedroom and physically standing before him was Jesus right not a vision not a dream and in this in this experience he eaten you know the lord told him what he was going to do with Steve and all these other things things that have guided his pass through this whole this this is a whole life well at the end of this experience the lord showed him a panoramic of mankind's future and then he told them you're gonna forget about a bunch of these things but I'm going to remind you when the time you know was just before these things about to happen and so sure enough Steve remembered some of those things that many little things he forgot so fast forward to you know he wrote this is the last book he says it's his last book never going to be his last book community do you stop the books I doubt it but he said it was the last book is old but you know like he started telling me so many things that he remembered and I I started comparing them to the things that I've researched out and I've I've seen and I've you know I've I've studied as well and and I said Steve you you have to tell people about the things you gotta you know you got to write another book in the cities of any I'm not gonna write another book out reset it was going to write another book and not lead to run another book I said Steve let me do this you'll tell me what you saw and I will write the book and so in night strikes or about it not told 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now past civilizations have always thought they were in the end times what makes us different well you know uses this word cacophony retained it is true that ancient civilizations have always looked to the stores you you look around and you see many you know there's ancient observatories that watch this guy you have pictographs or drawings on rocks that show you know violence coming to the earth you have stories in the Hopi Indians have all these stories about the the the the things that have happened in the things that will happen you have the Mayans that that had this the same kind of thing what makes things different George is a great question what makes things different is the technology and the just the coalescence of everything that is coming together but not only is it coming together all at the same time it's coming together and again you know some people are gonna like this but it's coming together as the Bible said it was going to come together sadly you're right I am should I say sadly because doesn't have an enlightened the Indian eventually well let you know there are there are some things that Steve shared at at the end of our conversation the same question you know it I wrote this book it took almost you know ten months with Munster right and there are times I walked the walked away and I was going man this is so heavy I mean I had to step away and take a breather because it was so heavy so yes the the same question this is Steve is there any good news give us something good here well look you know again if we're looking at a biblical framework hold on for a second day in a row ready at a break but will come back and talk more about your work midnight strike several of his other books three days in the belly of the beast as the darkness falls in between the veil here's our first emerging artist Frederic dello grew from Rancho Mirage California.

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"branson missouri" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

10:42 min | 1 year ago

"branson missouri" Discussed on KTOK

"And brings them to the forefront of discussion changing paradigms wherever he goes and this latest book midnight strikes is what we'll be talking about tonight he'll also be speaking at Steve coils twenty twenty two true legends conference in Branson Missouri this year Dan welcome to the program looking forward to this thank you so much George it's it's great to talk with you it's a pleasure to be on how long have you known Steve great guy probably ten years or so you know the funny thing is I I started talking to probably ten years ago I was that was writing a fictional novels a matter of fact and I needed a a prepper character knows him I don't really know much about prepping so who I know that really knows about prepping well his name came up and I contacted him and he agreed to be character in my fictional novel and so we've we've been friends ever since well that's great he was on our program last week and was talking about volcanoes and calamities and catastrophes and scared the living daylights out of us and now I have a feeling you're going to do the same thing what zero George I I wish I could say I I brought you warm fuzzies and all kinds of happy news but the fact is that midnight strikes is a cough any of catastrophism and it it it doesn't bode well for mankind and we need to talk about these things because I I forget her last name but the lady Catherine Johnson sets yeah right she she she uses the phrase of a perfect storm in the economic world and we are actually facing the perfect storm in the world there are so many issues that are coming down the pike that that people are just unaware of you know we we go to work we come home we hug our kids would like turn on the TV but it really yeah what were not aware of all the things that are going on so midnight strikes actually takes into account all of those things not all of them obviously but many of those things that people just aren't even aware of and they're all happening George right now tell us about the title the Dan how did you get it and what does that mean well midnight strikes you know midnight is kind of like like the atomic clock it well yeah it's it's it's mankind's clock it is it is that yeah I gotta be honest with with your audience I you know I look at the world through a biblical paradigm okay and you know that's not to say that this is a religious talk a religious book but the fact is that time is is a finite thing and we you know we go about our lives not really looking at this in biblical timeline that the that we are actually following the path of in if you look at what's going on it is exactly following a biblical time what but beyond that beyond the discussion of religion and and all that stuff just the facts on the ground are mind boggling well they sure are and sometimes you know you wonder are we and then times a lot of people believe we are and that's a scary thing all by itself Daniel well it it really is and I happen to believe that we are in the end times at least entering into the enzymes in Georgia look I'm not here to say you guys got seven years three half years or however long no no what I am saying is that we have entered into this time of tribulation this time of trouble that the Bible talked about and it talks about all kinds of stuff in the Bible you know we get so caught up on the religiousness of stuff but it talks about all kinds of stuff that we're doing that was going to happen during this time and because it is you know it has to do with god and it has to do with religion we look at it and we go well I don't want to talk about it because it's religious stuff no these are these are facts that are being played out in the history of humanity and we're seeing them play out real time and so midnight strikes is about those facts yeah it's not looking that I probably should tell you that you know Steve Quayle wrote his his last book I think it was Jesus the premise of the promise and for those of you that that no Steve story and again I don't mean to sound religious but I need to set the foundation for using he had in the past I needed me more than a fifth inning George he saw what he could say that the hell in the concert I mean a concert conference you know legree planners yeah and so he he he got sick there and he came home to his to his house his mom's house we went to the bedroom and physically standing before him was Jesus right not a vision not a dream in in this in this experience he eaten you know the lord told him what he was going to do with Steven all these other things things that have guided his pass through this whole this this is whole life well at the end of this experience the lord showed him a panoramic of mankind's future and then they told him you're gonna forget about a bunch of these things but I'm going to remind you when the time you know was just before these things about to happen and so sure enough Steve remembered some of the things that many little things he forgot so fast forward to you know he wrote this is the last book he says it's his last book it's never going to be his last book you know he's got like twenty stop the books I doubt it but he said it was his last book is old but you know like he started telling me so many things that he remembered and I I started comparing them to the things that I've researched out and I've I've seen and I've you know I've I've studied as well and and I said Steve you you have to tell people about the things you gotta you know you got to write another book in the cities of any I'm not gonna write another book out reset it was going to write another book and not lead to run into the book I said Steve let me do this you tell me what you saw and I will write the book and so nice try X. or about it is not told me about these things but the thirty eight things that Steve listed out on this piece of paper for me and what I did is it a good reporter does I sat down with them and we hashed out what he saw did you really see this what evidence is there and what I did is I I use those thirty points as a springboard to do some other investigative work and what I found George was stunning not only are the things that Steve so in this book not about Steve it's not about you know those things it's about everything that's coming down the pike so what I found was all of these things were all these things that were compiling one on top of another that is in it without a a biblical framework are are just stunning I mean they are stunning because they're all on top of one another that is what midnight strikes is about them your website of course is your name Daniel holdings dot com makes it sound like you want a million companies but that your real last name hold and your older dog job or digital the city which now past civilizations have always thought they were in in times what makes us different well you know I use this this word cacophony retained it is true that ancient civilizations have always looked to the stores you you look around and you see many you know there's ancient observatories that watch this guy you have pictographs or drawings on rocks that show you know violence coming to the earth you have stories the the Hopi Indians have all these stories about the the the the things that have happened in the things that will happen you have the Mayans that that had this same kind of thing what makes things different George is a great question what makes things different is the technology and the just the coalescence of everything that is coming together but not only is it coming together all at the same time it's coming together and again but you know some people are gonna like this but it's coming together in the Bible said it was going to come together sadly you're right I am should I say sadly because doesn't have an enlightened the Indian eventually well let you know there are there are some things that Steve shared at at the end of our conversation the same question you know it I wrote this book it took almost you know ten months eleven months to write and there are times I walked the walked away and I was going man this is so heavy I mean I had to step away and take a breather because it was so heavy so yes the the same questions that Steve is there any good news we should give us something good here well look you know again if we're looking at a biblical framework hold on for a second day in a row ready at a break but we'll come back and talk more about your work midnight strike several of his other books three days in the belly of the beast as the darkness falls in between the veil here's our first emerging artist Frederic dello grew from Rancho Mirage California eyes of your heart to access the audio archives of coast to coast AM logon to coast to coast AM dot com newsradio one thousand Katie okay at fox news in depth team news coverage you can depend on at seven the battle on our hands hi this is super Tuesday there is so much on the line the 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"branson missouri" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"branson missouri" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

"All good. It's all good Monday morning. Uh kissel be interesting. I wonder how he can do recording on a Monday versus a Friday. Well we'll just record twice in the same week. Problem solved absolutely that means. We have to come up with something for Friday but for today we went in and found some news to talk about something like that. Oh that's right really. Do we have to talk about this. Yes we we do my allowed to say how bummed out I am yes you are I have other people. I've talked to ensure similar sentiments but they shall remain nameless for their own protection. He he should say what you're talking about. I should say what I'm talking about. You should the Microsoft ignite twenty twenty temperance Scott. Well well I guess technically I was GonNa say we can no longer drive technically. That's not true we could still drive. We could almost make it there but we will not be driving because it is a new orleans. It's or is it New Orleans New Orleans. Yes okay. I'm glad we got that straightened out. It is in New Orleans New Orleans Orlands and September right in the middle of hurricane season. Although I can't say that's any better than Orlando. In the the middle of hurricane season of the New Orleans has been hit much more severely with hurricanes during hurricane season then Orlando ever has been. Yeah Yeah Yeah. There's also the holy below sea level versus at sea level thing. I will stick to technology but why would you ever build is city below. Let's see level because he's a common sense. Disconnect there no command the Dutch did it. They did better than us. That is my heritage edge. But at least they did better than us and I would still question why why why but it is coming up. It is going to be in New Orleans on September. Twenty one through twenty five of twenty twenty and pre registration is now available. Which simply means Edgy Mail address to a mailing list so we can tell you when you can actually really register correct? I think it's important to call that. Had everybody goes ooh preregister. You gotta come up with a bunch of money and things now know that is just to get on the wait list. It's more like subscribe for notifications. Yes that is most definitely what the pre registration so yeah. I'm not exactly excited excited about New Orleans. I have never been there. There's a reason I have never been there. Oh It's a fun place the food's good you're gonNA have to just but when there's thirty thousand other people people there can be rather hard to find the food without like a three hour wait. Yeah it'll be fun. We'll get on a plane. It'll be okay all right you can introduce just me to New Orleans Culture Tech Yes to fluffy little bananas and Yeah. We'll put on like thirty pounds. That'll be great. All all right we will see. I hope you're right. I never had any any desire or reason to go to New Orleans. I think just based on the way they've done it the last couple of years with being able to stream a lot of the sessions and everything else that's in there. It's certainly one of those if it's not your place to be. It's not your jam than you really theoretically technically don't have to show up. I have made on demand quite accessible especially with registration limits and caps and things like that so concerned about it. Then you might not need go right. I just I I like hanging out with the people and seeing people also I will probably still go for the networking side of it. Kind of like we've talked about before for us. That has turned into the benefit of igniters more the networking getting podcast recordings all of that type of stuff. Not so much that stream sessions. Because like you said we can always catch those lighter so yes I will probably still be there and I guess we kind of knew it was coming wasn't going to be able to be in the same spot forever when they switched that he's to always a little worried about the logistics because let's get the logistics down really well in Orlando the last three years. Their track record has not been to have great logistics the first year. It's a new city. Well yes see. You don't need to be politically correct so for this one. They they have done events in N- Orleans before so things like what. What was the old Tech Tech Ready? Maybe not ready yet tech head there you go. Tickets been held been held there so that was a little little bit smaller but certainly is still thousands and thousands and thousands of people. So I'm sure they plan all that stuff and figure out. I think it'll be fun. All right I have my fingers crossed. I'm taking your word for Scott but bet. What if someone didn't want to attend a conference in person with their place that could go? Would there be a place they could go to not attending person. There is well. It's not as big but there is the North American collaboration summit. If they don't want to go to New Orleans they can go to Branson in Missouri speaking of interesting places so I am going to be out there once again and Branson Missouri speaking at the North American collaboration Asian summit. This is mark reckless conference. If you guys have not heard of it and if you do want to attend and visit me a bunch of other awesome speakers out in Branson you can save fifty dollars off your full conference pass.

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"branson missouri" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"branson missouri" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The rat pack Dean Martin daughter of legendary singer Dean Martin has carried on dean's legacy for decades but in her own right dean is a world class entertainer who is equally comfortable singing with a celebrated symphony at a legendary concert hall or on an intimate cabaret stage with the swinging jazz quintet from her appearances in Las Vegas to Branson Missouri talent runs deep in the Martin family dinner share some of those memories of her legendary father well he was just the coolest guy ever and here so now I'm thinking well he was the king of cool and Elvis Presley told me that when I was a very little girl which is really cute but you know now that it's Christmastime that we're thinking about Christmas time and and the holidays it was always so much fun at the Martin house and you know we've got a huge tree and then my it would be delivered to the house I mean really huge tree and he would get the latter my desk at the latter we go down into the basement and pick up all of the all the ornaments and these Christmas lights and you know in those days was the big big things of life with huge a light bulbs on it was like orange and green and blue and red we plug it in to make sure none of them were let me see burned out and we fix them then we would take a minute dad he put them all around the tree all the way around many would have all of us kids go stand back in the living room and he said now look at the tree and squint if you squint it is then you can tell me where I'm missing some lights and I can fix it said that it was really just a really great picture of all of his kids stay there squinting at the Christmas tree which was always so much fun and then we would trim the tree and we would sing Christmas carols and you know it was it wasn't Christmas until we heard dad saying it's a marshmallow world in the winter as all those wonderful memories of growing up with the D. Martin of course this is the house that everybody wanted to go to all of my friends everybody wanted to come over to the Martin house because that my dad was so much fun right now I would like to introduce one of my favorite all time favorite Christmas songs silver bells and of course my dad's arrangement is spectacular and it was written by Jay Livingston and ray Evans for I think it was the lemon drop kid and it was about all the centers on the corners and they were ringing their bells and so now here is my dad Dean Martin.

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"branson missouri" Discussed on Luxury Travel Adviser Podcast

Luxury Travel Adviser Podcast

06:35 min | 2 years ago

"branson missouri" Discussed on Luxury Travel Adviser Podcast

"Hi This is Bruce Oliver you can find my whole show by going to luxury travel advisor. PODCAST DOT COM visit my site. Bruce Luxury travel dot Com and follow me on facebook at luxury travel advisor podcast. Welcome to today's program. Recently I spent a few days in Branson Missouri. It's about five hours from Saint Louis but you can get there easier by going a springfield Missouri airport or to the Branson airport directly. It's service by many many airports around the country and frontier air goes in and out of Branson. Well I was pleasantly. We surprised by the number of things that you can do and see in Branson. I believe that fall. Time is great for people that are seniors and and baby boomers that want to get away from the grind of red everyday life in November December. The beginning January. Don't worry they have a program for Christmas. Branson is a great family place to visit and here are some tips tips from some people that are familiar with Branson and I hope you enjoy it. Well Nicki says my parents have a lake house. In Branson Hansen's Uri and I'm surprised people go there and don't do things on the awesome table. Rock Lake has a following tips. For those of you that one visit Branson burst the show. Six is great second an unknown tabulates Burger joint. Is Billy Bob Dana's BB Q.. Or fire acuity in Branson West is amazing. They have a dinner for two. which rocks and concede or or more Rica Springs is a great day trip from Branson and big Cedar Lodge? Brunch can't be missed. Thanks for the tips Nikki. I'm sure that those that want to go to Branson have a few more ideas about places to visit Jennings says we represent Branson area golf console. She says that there are things to consider when going to Branson Missouri. I first you must see this silver dollar city than newsmen park celebrating fifty years and it's a combination of local craftsmen regional music and movement museums. Parks is truly one of Kind Branson. Landing is great central location for those enjoy hotel rooms. It's within walking distance of a variety of restaurants for a lively nineteen complete with the dancing water display and within walking distance of the historic downtown. Definitely definitely visit the fast pro shop along the water next to have to go to all brands and especially the five and dime. Come with a list of things you can't to find anywhere else and go on a scavenger hunt. She just loves that place in the small hometown breakfast places that stopped the street. y'All so oh happy to see all knockers their historic and give you a great deal of this community and how it began. All the shows are entertaining and excellent and do who visits the Big Cedar resort especially for dinner. It boasts one of the most beautiful views of Lake. Kenny Komal. You'll find anywhere in brands ZIP. Lining is is also a lot of fun here with a wealth of trees canopied over the run so many think of Branson for shows but you should be really excited about the outdoors. Do Go to Dagua Tamminen rents a bike and bring a picnic. There is a lovely tiny little wedding chapel that facing the waterfall fall in his place. For special moments you'll understand. Why Johnny Morris love this place after seeing do play golf because most of the celebrities ladies play before they go onstage? What you'll find is down to earth? Also the earth hard workers would good family values. Not One of them is protected by an agent and even Williams lives right on the golf course and play every morning that he can do visit the College of the Orthodox for dinner students students run the restaurant out. What's known as I work you? Free tuition in return for hard labor on campus. They've built sewer line furniture church and they take care of the whole talent even baked bread. If you're looking for hope from the next generation you won't find a better example anywhere else. Thanks for the great tips. Jenning Ranson seems to be hidden. Gem found by growing number of travelers in the United States. Love Irish Food and Irish music. Well you can celebrate celebrate Saint Patrick's day the entire month of March as a matter of fact the entire year if you go to the Ozark Illinois Irish in owned and operated rated by Lenin and Brian McCleary their guests are entertained with Irish music storytelling around warm fires and of course special missile catered dinner feast of Irish stew corn beef and cabbage and off the full Irish breakfast in the morning. But I guess can celebrate elebrate and enjoy Irish traditions. Whenever they visit the Irish in the McCreary are more than happy to share their love of the same holiday with their guests? This off the beaten path dead and breakfast nestles in the Shawnee. National Forest has charmed a multitude of guests and always keeps travelers coming back for more. They have a couple of famed recipes even including their full Irish breakfast. Scots Irish through and Downpatrick Corn Beef since Saint Patrick's buried in Downpatrick. A town not not far from where Brian was born. They call their first secret family recipe for corn beef and cabbage the Downpatrick corned Thanks for listening today. Show and come back soon. We will have more episodes. Follow me on my facebook page page. Luxury travel advisor podcast. It's a group on facebook and give me some hints on on what you would like to hear in the future come back.

"branson missouri" Discussed on 52 JOKERS COMEDY PODCAST

52 JOKERS COMEDY PODCAST

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"branson missouri" Discussed on 52 JOKERS COMEDY PODCAST

"It was a pain in my ass and then I had I had co host and then you know no and myself so and then I put up on a website I was like hey you know you can you get a chance to be a code us and other you know normal people through like co host Voice Broadcast and retarded eighty from being you know not as funny as Randy and then I gotta get one person that actually said they wanted to be in it a girl so I tried to talk you know. Bronze don't belong in broadcast getting you know he really hadn't talked me down because I was agreed with him then he has a lift my spirits maybe I'll edge our wound down I was hoping so this woman from Kennewick Washington originally from White Veils Idaho it didn't quite land your the Black Hills and then you have the white land right next to Randy somewhere don't yell into the Mike Back I'm the I'm the head here so yeah yeah electrtonics you don't even worse New Year stay of jokes I remember I went to this park in Missouri in Branson Missouri place big place now the when I was like nine Muhdad Mama take us there because they had an amusement park called silver dollar city and it's entire western town built on save coal and so when you go to the entrance you can go to the cave if you won they take a big picture of all the people just in case they lose one of them I guess Eh fifty people to buy this car and it had the date and it was right before you went in there and it was the main room went right into the main room is huge they're playing creepy music which I thought was a dick move don't create a mom ready nine and I'm going in a cave Solanki nine is pretty adventurous you have on your parents it took me Disneyland to the pirates of Caribbean one coli frickin done Komo News both my dad at all he had me working full-time groman eight nine order houses in Arkansas insulating excuse was I was the smallest market do it faster my nine.

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"branson missouri" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"branson missouri" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I'm sure you'll hear a lot of that when you go to the the conference in Branson Missouri in September but you know it did the type of intelligence that you're describing the super beings if they're out there if they're a thousand ten thousand a million years older than us you know I'm not sure we would ever be able to detect them I mean we'd be so primitive in comparison that they would in effect be undetectable I mean they're not certainly wouldn't be using primitive radio signals to communicate they wouldn't be burning fossil fuels to to light their cities I don't even know if they'd need cities are they'd need bodies are physicality anymore have you considered this these kinds of questions as you look at the idea of intelligent design it and sort of applied it to our search for other intelligences in the universe how we would even attempt or presume to be on a level where we could communicate with something like that well this is the sixty four thousand dollar question in this way took about a post science hair done it's it's a major issue and it's a real this question you're posing it's really tough because so each Christians potentially would be so superior to a certain way about us that we'd be too too primitive to even begin to to understand that ma'am did you select a few dog or a mouse to understand calculus you just need to be on their intellectual type of those in Sir anyone can see the analogy but creatures five.

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"branson missouri" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"branson missouri" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Fire obliterate three people were killed widespread flooding and power outages, prompting a state of emergency in Massachusetts eight people were killed in what the northeast dubbed the four Easter Ulster power some pumps are out. So our basement is filling up with water four nor'easters in quick succession, also damaged coastal areas. Like Scituate, Massachusetts, the debris the rocks and those waves are angry. I mean, what are you gonna do? You know, they're trying their best and trying to get home hurricanes. Took it all on the southeast. We had North Carolina had been through tough storms. And this one is sure testing us flood waters from hurricane Florence inundated the Carolinas any rivers will experience catastrophic flooding from Florence Lawrence rapidly intensified into a category four storm but hit as a category one stalled and drench the Carolinas. So worst is yet to come get to higher ground. Now. What's flood waters rise? It will be hard to come to your rescue weeks later hiding in the closet here is a lot of wind and. Gain Michael became the third. Most intense storm to strike the US and the strongest since Andrew in one thousand nine hundred to enforce that were no longer. Sticks that were snaps into big live oak trees that were completely stripped. You would see buildings that are demolished Michael made landfall near Mexico City Beach, Florida as a category. Four storm there about four hundred and fifty thousand power outages that have been reported statewide the damage was catastrophic nearly four dozen deaths were attributed to hurricane Michael people are hurting and they're going to be hurting for a long time. There were severe thunderstorms when seventeen people died aboard a capsized tour boat in Branson, Missouri. Put their passengers in an impossible. Situation. The vote sank in fifteen feet of water officials say there was a severe thunderstorm warning in the area around the time the boat capsized wind gusts hitting more than sixty miles an hour all eighteen occupants of a limousine died when the vehicle sped through an intersection in skull, Harry, New York,.

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Hot Wheels are still a 800 million dollar business

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

03:54 min | 3 years ago

Hot Wheels are still a 800 million dollar business

"Popular toys, like animatronic pets called hatch Amal's pretty different from fifty years ago in the hottest toy was a tiny die cast metal car Hot Wheels debuted in nineteen sixty eight and they were everything Mattel has sold more than six billion since then the popularity of Hot Wheels has dipped at times and the maker Mattel recently lost a big distributor when toys R us shut down. But the toy cars have endured Mattel brought in eight hundred and forty seven million dollars from Hot Wheels products last year. Marketplace's were not a sago has more. Once a month fifty five year old car fanatic. Tom Wilson transforms four thousand square foot. Banquet hall in Orlando into the central Florida die cast collectors show, dozens of vendors, including Wilson line rows of tables with the cars, mostly Hot Wheels by model and color and trade them or sell them for you. Get a two dollar discount or for ten. Yeah. This is one of many affairs that take place across the country for diehard die-cast car collectors here in Orlando. I saw middle aged men lectuing plastic bags filled with cars to add to their collections of hundreds a little girl selling her yard sale. Fines for twenty five cents a bother pushing a stroller and FaceTime ING, his own dad to look at the cars or Wilson. This is the charm of Hot Wheels anybody body in between can collect these cars. Wilson was five years old when he got his first Hot Wheels. He recalls seeing a commercial in his. Living room TV in Madison, Indiana, new their offense. There faster miniature mental cars you've ever seen images in the ad which featured I ever Hot Wheels cars like custom Camaro and the silhouette shook his little world. Two boys were in a house racing shiny. Carson looked way fancier than the dinged up. Plastic toy cars he was used to these new bills came with a Cup of bile Paulo Valjean. There's been chrome engines rents by pricing attract on which the cars could do loops Wilson remembers getting cars with super shiny paint and red stripes on the tires all for the cost of a few pieces of candy ninety eight cents. You take it out of the boxer. It would it would just glow, and we would racial, and then we would get mad at each other course, and chase each other around the house with these orange tricks that were of course, so separately. So why were hot wheel such big sellers fifty years ago? Cris Newsome runs a shop in Branson, Missouri. Call the world's largest toy museum. He says the original sixteen Hot Wheels cars seemed innovative just the design on them was far and above beyond anything else that had come out just because they were so low friction, and they really moved fast just a tiny push could really make them go. The original cars were designed by General Motors engineer and an actual rocket science. Scientists they focused on making better wheels than the ones on matchbox cars which had been on the market for fifteen years. Matchbox cars, stay true to the design of real cars, but toy industry analyst Richard got leave says hot wills were different. Some of them weren't real cars. They were more based on fantasy. There was just a little more eccentricity and therefore little more excitement ten years ago. Mattel soda diamond encrusted toy car to Mark Hot Wheels. Fortieth anniversary the price tag on that one hundred forty thousand dollars, but because of volume selling and cheap Chinese manufacturing folks can still pick up a basic Hot Wheels for about a dollar. That's the same price as fifty years ago when the little cars rolled out of store aisles into parking spaces under a whole lot of Christmas treats, I'm we're not a go for marketplace.

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Early voting in 2018 midterms is breaking records

KTAR Programming

03:34 min | 3 years ago

Early voting in 2018 midterms is breaking records

"In the Vada twenty-five thousand young voters who have cast a ballot early that is also a five times higher given the fact that as a group young people tend to be more liberal, in fact considerably more liberal than the population as a whole is that bad news for. I'm not sure you would think on the surface that's number. But also more Republicans are very voted early than before. And overall is great news for the country. They say on pace Jacqueline with the population proportion. We're going to the best best midterm turnout since nineteen forty. So if you're gonna have a democracy and be the beacon of freedom is showed up the boat. We have not been great at that as a country. So that's good news. You know, the conventional wisdom is big a very high turnout Democrats, very low with the Democrats, very it'd between good for the Republicans. I I just don't know anybody that thinks it's gonna flip. I know a lot of people I guess conventional thought is that the house will. But I don't know four hundred thirty five races individually. I don't know who's attached to their congressman or woman, I know that the Republicans to make it easier themselves with forty plus retirement. And I'll be Paul Ryan did much for the Republicans as Wayne duck speaker. He was raising money. I didn't see it nor have I seen anything done about healthcare. And I'm afraid the Democrats are gonna pound Republicans with that. Does the healthcare issue bother you? Is totally screwed that up. We skinny repeal replace no deal. I don't blame physics for that. At all. Because you know, he, you know, he was a businessman. He took over here about how bad ObamaCare was how sixty five year old being forced to paper for birth control devices. You know, how how much the premiums are how they offer any type of affordable alternative how bad ObamaCare was those actors wanted to stay it. And it was so bad that frock Obama didn't run on it. Now, he's actually talking about a great thing. Because Republicans totally screwed it up instead of coming up with a new plan will make this one better tearing it apart trying to make it better with no cohesive. No cohesive message on it. And the leadership is MIA. Kevin McCarthy tried for a while disappeared the last week Paul Ryan would out of his way to criticize President Trump on a birthright citizenship that wasn't appreciated by anybody Steve Scalise. Tried to keep the best. Out there. But the good news. Where Republicans is there. The economy is really changed the Rabbie where the economy is Eddie jobs. These new trade deals had helped out. So you actual performance. Works investigating doesn't one eight six six five O, JIMBO Brian Kilmeade. Our guest from FOX and friends and Sean calls in from Branson, Missouri. Now. Hello, sean. Hi, I just wanna to say hi to both of you guys are just fantastic. And Brian I think your next book should be something comparing the election of this year to remember the Alamo because I think that they're very comparable in comparison of what's happening on the silent invasion into this country. I mean, I got blessed Mexico, but I don't want government that similar to that whatsoever. And the more we populate and the more we have

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Ohio, ABC and David Wright discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

WBZ Afternoon News

00:53 sec | 3 years ago

Ohio, ABC and David Wright discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

"For the first time since being accused of knowingly protecting a sexual predator inside the Catholic church pope Francis is speaking out about it. ABC's David Wright reports from the first time we've seen him since he refused to answer questions on the papal. Plane about that explosive accusation leveled, by an archbishop no mention today of the archbishop's call for the pope to resign instead the pope spoke at length. About his trip to Ireland in particular about sitting down with survivors of sexual abuse he said his meeting with survivors. Wounded him deeply he said he has asked for the Lord forgiveness for these sins for the scandal and. For the sense of betrayal the author of the, bombshell accusation, broke his, silence, today as well and, insisted he, did not act. Out of revenge or anger but out of love for the Catholic

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Les Moonves Won’t Face L.A. D.A. Sex Crime Charges On Alleged 1980s Incidents

WBZ Midday News

03:28 min | 3 years ago

Les Moonves Won’t Face L.A. D.A. Sex Crime Charges On Alleged 1980s Incidents

"Degrees in Boston top stories now the state's highest court says the sex offender registry board has the. Burden of proof when deciding whether a sex offenders should be reclassified JC also saying, indigence sex offenders have a right to legal counsel and, reclassification hearings, which must be held. Within a reasonable amount of time The New Hampshire humane society says roughly twenty great Danes taken from a squalid home now have new places. To live Pristina Faye was convicted of animal cruelty has to pay about two million, dollars for the dog's care which are lawyers are appealing Other news CBS chairman and CEO les Moonves facing new allegations. Of sexual misconduct in addition to those from six women published. In last week's New Yorker magazine the LA county district attorney says woman came forward last year alleging multiple incidents from the late. Nineteen eighties the LA district attorney's office considering filing charges but prosecutors say the, statute of limitations at. Run out correspondent Anna Warner with more multiple incidents of assault were alleged. To have occurred in one thousand nine hundred eighty six and nineteen Eighty-eight when Moonves was working at lorrimore television possible offenses listed, or forced oral copulation indecent exposure and battery she did not actually make. Those allegations to police until late last year CBS has hired an outside law firm to investigate the allegations moon Vasic. Knowledge. In making advances that may. Have made women uncomfortable but said he never misused his position to harm or hinder anyone's career British scientists have a new clue into what may cause autism CBS's Larry Miller. Says they've identified a risk factor searching for the root cause. Of autism university of Cambridge scientists found women with polycystic ovary syndrome have a thirty five percent higher chance of giving birth to. A child on the spectrum than women without the condition they found women with, p. c. o. s.. Have elevated levels of the male hormone testosterone which has passed to babies. In the womb and can alter brain development still the researchers say the risk of women with the condition having an autistic child, remains low but they add the discovery helps them understand what causes autism A second lawsuit is filed on behalf of the Indiana family who. Lost nine loved ones in the duck boat accident near Branson Missouri last month relative Lisa berry says the suit. Is about protecting others from. Similar tragedies don't want anybody anybody to have the experience what we've. Been through because, of the lack of responsibility lawyers for the family say they want. A national ban on duck boats the duck boat company is accused of ignoring safety concerns and severe weather warnings of the day the boat capsized then sank the San Francisco. DA's office is suing Angie's list the website which offers ratings and reviews for services such, as roofing plumbing says it provides background checks on owners or managers of. Certified service providers but prosecutors say that claim is likely to. Deceive users into believing the people, entering their homes have been, vetted even when isn't the case Angie's list officials, say they disagree with the. DA's claim they stand by their screening process a critical weather alert to report caused damage across the, region thousands left..

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Judge further extends housing aid for Puerto Rico evacuees

Brian Kilmeade

01:28 min | 3 years ago

Judge further extends housing aid for Puerto Rico evacuees

"Is typically if I'm lucky it's, not raining or just bringing dump station yesterday Up almost four inches of rain. From last summer that is crazy it's also sparking a ladder memes on social media my favorite was. A sign outside of a church that said whoever is praying for. Rain you can, stop now that's something we, can relate to now that might actually happen for. A bit this, weekend when the rain chances go, down reporting from Waterford lakes Samantha Jordan news ninety six. Point five WDBO, federal judge may, rule today, on. Whether female will continue helping. Puerto Ricans living in Florida after hurricane Maria the housing assistance deadline has been extended. Several times. Right now it's. Set to expire August sixth the money helps. Evacuees pay for temporary housing will he. Try to find employment in a permanent place to live many, of the. Evacuees of, complain they can't find affordable housing here in central Florida Ray computer news ninety. Six point five WDBO mountain park resumes its. Ride the ducks attraction after their fatal accident in Branson Missouri the park insisted vehicles are safe but, a lawyer representing the families suing the Branson case Disagrees votes are, death traps they are sinking coffins Missouri attorney general is launching a criminal investigation after seventeen people died and a restaurant in Ohio reopened after reports of people getting sick. From their food. The local health department says it can't confirm anything. Until tests come back but they've gotten dozens of calls from, people reporting illnesses to police, says they close the, store Monday out of caution and. They're.

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States sue Trump administration to try to block 3D-printed guns

AM Tampa Bay

04:03 min | 3 years ago

States sue Trump administration to try to block 3D-printed guns

"Seventy WFL a news is a service of the. Duncan duo President Trump will be in Tampa this afternoon and this evening the first time since he was, elected president he's coming into the backyard of gubernatorial candidate adam putnam to endorse putnam's opponent congressman ron to santa's nick is the chairman of the pinellas county republican party he believes this visit will help republicans get elected this midterm election year you look at the georgia republican primary for their governor donald trump came in and did endorsement and you know those poll numbers for that candidate went up over ten point so he's got incredible influence in the electorate response to him he's doing multiple things here by coming to tampa and it's going to be an exciting night the president will hold a roundtable a tampa bay technical high this afternoon then he'll be at the florida state fairgrounds for seven p._m. rally the event is free but you need a ticket to get in doors open at four p._m. several states are suing the trump administration hoping to block a texas company from publishing downloadable blueprints for three d. printed plastic guns florida democratic senator bill nelson wants the president to put a stop to it we have bad The Trump administration both the department of. Justice and the department of state do not allow the. Publication of these blueprints come Wednesday and, they refused to listen to our please the gun industry doesn't believe it's likely. Terrorists would go to the trouble of purchasing three d. printers. Or dealing with the printing process six people are, dead as seventeen wildfires continue burning out of. Control in California all across the, state the worst is the car fire. Near reading where homes have been burned to the ground it is. Just remarkable to walk, on this street here and to realize that just last week there were. Families here there were children playing on this street this was a a very happy neighborhood now homes no longer exist we see, some, remnants you can see some kitchen appliances some remains of kitchen appliances you. See some chimneys Not much more than that on. This street the, homes are all gone Steve Futterman. CBS news Redding, California a criminal investigations being launched into the deadly duck boats sinking table rock lake near Branson Missouri the state, attorney general Josh Holly says it's opened a. Criminal investigation they are now working with investigators to decide if any criminal charges are warranted seventeen people died when a duck boat sank. In stormy conditions on the lake on July nineteenth the board of CBS held, a three hour emergency. Meeting to discuss the future of it's CEO Leslie Moonves after he was accused of sexual. Misconduct has denies the accounts or says he doesn't remember many of the details outlined in the New Yorker story but. In a statement he said there were. Times decades ago when I may have. Made some, women uncomfortable by. Making advances those were. Mistakes and I regret them immensely, Anna Werner reporting no final. Decisions have been made On the future of moon Bess if, you grown when you hear about another company meeting you're not alone meeting. Some people love them and. Some can't, stand him the account, temps survey found most workers don't take every meeting they have to attend as necessary temps, Richard. DO sing via Skype, on average we found out that workers spend. About twenty one percent of their time in meetings and about twenty five percent. Of them felt as though it was a waste of time the biggest pet peeves about meetings, they start are in late the issues could have been handled by Email and participants are to distracted Pam Coulter CBS news the thieves have been caught in Texas and the loot not what you would expect police in San Antonio have recovered a stolen. Shark a three foot, long grey horn shark who was grabbed from petting tank of the San Antonio aquarium and wheeled.

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Families of Missouri 'duck boat' sinking victims sue tour company

Tony Katz and the Morning News

02:37 min | 3 years ago

Families of Missouri 'duck boat' sinking victims sue tour company

"Fox News fair and balanced Muggy tree w IPC mobile news on the level, on the go Why the governor says he, wants a hate crimes. Law showers on. Radar at sixty five, now rain and seventy four. Your, high today I'm c. j.. Miller here's what's trending at seven oh to a. Groundswell of support and certainly the governor's statement today was really welcome Lindsey, mints with the Indianapolis Jewish community Relations Council following service last night a congregation charade to feel in Carmel were. Nazi symbols were spray painted on the property sometime over the weekend now there's a twenty five hundred dollar. Reward leading to, the arrest and conviction of those who did it the, governor says if you commit a. Crime against someone based on discrimination you should get a tougher sentence. I think it's long overdue that we move forward as a state and that's why the. Governor. Is calling, on your state lawmakers to pass a heat crimes Bill next year a drunk driving arrest over the weekend. Is why a local police chief is no. Longer on, the, job Stanley Fischer's police chief Mitch Thompson has resigned three days As after his drunk driving. Arrest mayor Scott fatness says he and the chief. Agreed that Thompson could no longer lead the, department STAN Lear Ninety-three. WABC mobile new. Lawsuit for one hundred, million dollars could put the. Duck, boat industry out of business. Says attorney Robert mongoloid he's representing members of the. Coleman family of indi who died when a duck boat sank in Branson, Missouri since nineteen ninety nine there have been forty two deaths associated with duck boats you says the Coleman family. Losses were preventable but the companies refused to remove canopies the trap people inside killing seventeen people when the. Boats turned over, nearly two weeks ago after having the day off yesterday, colts quarterback Andrew luck and the. Rest of the team will be back at practice this morning I'm. Kevin Bowen in Westfield Andrew locks throwing schedule for the week we'll have him tossed him. Balls. And team, drills on Tuesday and Wednesday before taking Thursday off and returning to throw on Friday night the colts are. Still without left tackle, Anthony Costanzo though and. Starting safety Clayton. Gathers, Emily cooker remain on the teams physically unable. To perform, list Kevin Bowen Ninety-three WABC mobile news and taking revealing photos of a woman at WalMart is what two minute Westfield are accused of doing. I'm John Herrick and it happened at the WalMart on one hundred fifty I street just before noon. July twenty third the Westfield, police department. Says one of the men followed a woman through the WalMart and took the photo of her when, she leaned over and another. Man was with them if you have any information be. Sure to call Westfield, police to see.

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"Sinking coffins": Lawsuit seeks $100 million for duck boat victims

Brett Winterble

00:51 sec | 3 years ago

"Sinking coffins": Lawsuit seeks $100 million for duck boat victims

"Four AM seven sixty I'm news eight Eric Conard a, one hundred million dollar lawsuit has been Filed in connection with the fatal duck boat, accident, near Branson Missouri CBS. News Jim Krasula reports a federal court lawsuit accuses the owners and operators of the duck boat. That capsized on table rock lake killing seventeen people of putting profits over safety it is absolutely outrageous that seventeen people were killed on a duck boot when the entire industry was well aware. Of the, fatal design flaws lawyer Andrew Duffy. Says that includes canopies, on the boats. That can trap. People if it starts taking on water Jim priscilla's CBS news it was on the Beatles nineteen. Sixty five album rubber soul it's a song it's taken on, a life of its own and, the dispute over who wrote the music for the. Beatles in my, life maybe. Over CBS news Larry Miller.

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LeBron James speaks at opening of new hometown public school

Barsky Radio

05:06 min | 3 years ago

LeBron James speaks at opening of new hometown public school

"F. t. l. it's eighty three degrees. In lake worth it's eighty five degrees and, lottery hill President Trump says he's willing to meet with. Rainy and president Hassan Ramani I do believe that they will probably end up wanting to meet and I'm ready. To meet any time they want to and I don't do that from strength. Or from weakness I think it's an appropriate thing to. Do talking with reporters at the White House today Trump said. He would not insist on preconditions and defended pulling the. US out of the Iran. Nuclear record if we could work something out that's meaningful not the waste of paper that the other deal was I would certainly be willing to make President. Trump says he has no problem shutting down the government over immigration it's time we had proper border security with. A laughing stock of the world we have the worst immigration laws anywhere in. The world the government runs out of. Money at, the end of September part. Of what Trump is demanding involves several billion dollars To start. Building a massive wall on the US Mexico border the operators of the duck boat that sank July nineteenth in. Branson Missouri killing seventeen people is facing a one hundred million dollar wrongful death lawsuit with this lawsuit we hope that we. Will drive the death trap duck bus out of best. Attorney Bob Mondello says that the claim states the canopy of the boat track those on. Board dragging them to the bottom of the lake you're damned if you do your data if you don't. You're drowned if you do your drowned if, you don't they put their passengers in an impossible situation. Where no matter what they do they are likely to die if that duck boats six a school funded by. One of the best basketball players ever is officially open but when people ask. Me why why school because I know exactly what these. Towards under forty kids are going through on the all the. Nightmares that they have because because I've been there LeBron James helped open the I promise school today. In his hometown of Akron Ohio school made possible by a partnership between the LeBron James family foundation and Akron Ohio, public schools the goal to create a fruitful environment for kids who have a hard. Life so the dogs we have a responsibility to not let these kids down to continue, to be the teachers the mentors the superheroes. Everything that's. Our responsibility to US senators, calling in the, Federal Trade. Commission to investigate the company, blamed for mismanaging, Florida's sun pass and electric toll systems in six other states conduit has been, accused of billing customers for inaccurate told charges late fees, and penalties senators Bill Nelson of Florida Gary Peters of Michigan say if drivers. Are being hurt financially the, FTC, should hold? The vendor accountable and prevent it from doing further harm earlier this month Florida Department of transportation announced it was suspending contract payments for conduit after the Botched a two hundred eighty seven million dollar upgrade of the sun, pass system Florida's primary is just weeks away according to the latest Mason Dixon poll, democrat Gwen Graham. And Republican Rick desanta 's are leading their parties pollster Brad Coker says Graham. May have an, advantage grams favorability is thirty five negative rating only five to Sanchez's favorable is thirty two, which is, right behind, hers. But he has a twenty one percent unfavorable rating President Trump speaks at a rally for dissent us on. Tuesday at the Florida state fairgrounds in Tampa North Korea returns. The remains of US troops killed during the Korean war and, Boynton beach career Korean war. Veteran hopes the remains, include his friends here's, eight fifty WFAN Karen Curtis with the, story Eighty-five-year-old Boynton beach Korean war veteran I sergeant Joe green is the only. One of his, friends to survive the, war green will join fifty w. f. t. l. tomorrow Teno five to talk about his. Fallen comrades came in through and they were very This one group Survivor out. Of thirty Friday the possible remains a fifty five US servicemen killed during the Korean war or taken off a US military plane. And South Korea green is optimistic that a box could contain at least one of, the thirty eight Karen Curtis news talk eight fifty w. t. l. and gas prices in. Florida down slightly but that could. Only be temporary AAA says the statewide average for a gallon of regular to seventy four down a penny from, a week ago average prices in south Florida range from two eighty four in West Palm Beach to two eighty two in, Miami AAA, says strong, demand lower inventories, push wholesale prices higher resulting, in a five two cents a gallon. Increase this. Week I'm Ron. Hersi news talk eight fifty w. f. t. l. This report brought to you by the Hyundai shoppers assurance program, we've got, an accident, out on I, ninety five northbound at hyper, Luxeuil road this crashes affecting two of. Your left. Lanes to you're. Right on the approach to it You're gonna see a much lower ride if you're heading..

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Sabrina Fulton, Rudy Giuliani and President Trump discussed on Joyce Kaufman

Joyce Kaufman

03:00 min | 3 years ago

Sabrina Fulton, Rudy Giuliani and President Trump discussed on Joyce Kaufman

"Beach with your two o'clock update I'm Karen Curtis the death toll is now at eight as Cruz in California continue, to battle several wildfires across the state six people, including two firefighters have died at the car. Fire which, is the largest wildfire in the state. Currently burning you're reading the Ferguson fire near Yosemite national park has also, claimed the lives of two firefighters President Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani today says he can't find any federal law or rule estates collusion is a crime, Giuliani believes that recently released tapes, from Michael Cohen prove President Trump did nothing wrong and that, the Russian hacking is the only crime North Korea returning the remains of US, troops killed during the. Korean war and Boynton beach Korean war, veteran hopes, the, remains include some of his friends Thirty This one group Eighty five, year Boynton beach. Korean war veteran I sergeant Joe green is the only one of his friends to. Survive the war green will join eight fifty w. f., tomorrow at ten five to talk about. His fallen comrades the board of directors for CBS is meeting today to discuss allegations of sexual misconduct against. Chairman and CEO les Moonves, says six women four named and two, unnamed tell reporter Ronan Farrow that they believe their. Careers were hurt when they rejected move as is, advanced, moon visas Mary the big, brother co, host Julie Chen and we'll talk to an employment law expert from Delray Beach who specializes in sexual misconduct cases tomorrow at eleven o five to get a better understanding of the do's and don'ts. In the workplace I episode of the six part series. Rest in power the Trayvon Martin's story airs tonight based on Sabrina Fulton and Tracy Martin's memoir the series examines their son trayvon's life legacy and the events that followed his untimely death Fulton says she wanted the world to. Know the real Trayvon I was a little irritated with. So many people writing articles and comments and statements about, Trayvon and none of them knew who. He was who he really was Fulton says she and Martin also wanted update the world and what they're. Doing today without their son, a new lawsuit just filed in the, fatal duck boats sinking in Branson Missouri seeks one. Hundred million dollars the lawsuit alleges Ripley entertainment which, operated, the ill-fated duck boat knew, the boats, were unsafe with this lawsuit we hope that we will drive the death trap dot bugs out of business he says his law firm has been trying to put an end to the use of. Duck boats dating back to two thousand ten they put. Their passengers in an impossible situation where no matter what they do they are likely to die if that duck votes six he says duck boat staff tried to beat the bad weather rather than issue refunds Ryan burrow ABC News and today is quite the anniversary it was on July, thirtieth nineteen sixty five that president Lyndon B.

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Recordings show rapid weather change before fatal duck boat accident

The Mentors

01:07 min | 3 years ago

Recordings show rapid weather change before fatal duck boat accident

"The NTSB says recording show a rapid change in the weather before. A duck boat sank Missouri lake earlier this month here's correspondent Mike Rossier National Transportation Safety board investigators say conditions on table rock lake near Branson Missouri on the night of July, nineteenth changed rapidly from calm to deadly dangerous the captain and driver boarded the duck boat at, six twenty seven PM at the excursion with thirty one people on. Board began on land the boat entered the water at six fifty five pm but at. Seven oh four a Bill Jill arm sounded and activated again three minutes later a private inspector says the. Bill JR, alarm would, have indicated significant amount of water in the hall seventeen people died in the accident I'm Mike Rossier more than three thousand cases of bottled water been handed out now in a small south western. Michigan city that's after contaminants, were, founded its municipal water supply in Kalamazoo county some, studies suggest those substances could affect fetal development more of these stories from townhall Dot com It's been called shell, shock, war neurosis and. Battle fatigue today we call it post traumatic, stress disorder.

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Recordings show rapid weather change before fatal duck boat accident

WWL Programming

01:45 min | 3 years ago

Recordings show rapid weather change before fatal duck boat accident

"This hour from townhall dot com Patrick foss Is knowing it adapts about a Trump Tower meeting in two thousand sixteen between a, Russian lawyer his eldest son in other campaign aides according, to CNN longtime. Trump lawyer Michael Cohen claims the president knew in advance about the meeting and is willing to share that information with. Special counsel Robert Muller President Trump. Tweeted, that no he did not know of the meeting Trump campaign officials and family members met with the. Russian lawyer June two thousand. Sixteen believing she had damaging information about, Hillary Clinton, Greg, Clugston Washington President the NTSB. Says, recording show a, rapid change in the weather before a duck boat psychotic misery lake earlier this month National Transportation Safety. Board investigators say conditions on table. Rock lake near, Branson Missouri. Night of July nineteenth changed rapidly from calm to deadly dangerous the captain and, driver boarded the duck boat at six twenty seven. PM at, the, excursion with thirty one people on. Board began on land the boat entered the water at six fifty five pm but at seven oh four a Bill Jill arm sounded and activated, again three minutes later a private inspector says the Bill, JR alarm would. Have indicated significant amount of water in the hall seventeen people died in the accident I Mike Rossier deadly fire northern. California has many residents running the. Fast, moving wildfire surprised many in Redding California who suddenly had to run for their lives TV reporter Julia. Avery on KRC RTD just. Shocking this is reading right now just, glowing from, all All directions how fire spokesman Scott mcclain's hold CBS this morning we actually had, a few fire tornadoes within this area that moved..

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Manafort trial delayed as judge approves immunity for 5 witnesses

All Things Considered

04:34 min | 3 years ago

Manafort trial delayed as judge approves immunity for 5 witnesses

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Janine, Herbst a federal judge granting a bid to delay the criminal trial of President Trump's former campaign. Manager Paul manafort's trial was set to begin this week NPR's Windsor Johnston reports his, attorneys are getting, until the end of the month two review documents in the case the defense team had requested a delay after receiving more. Than one hundred thousand documents related to the case over the. Past month. Many of them came from electronic devices seized from manafort's former business partner Rick gates who has already pleaded guilty to charges and the special counsels Russia investigation the judge also granted the request for. Five witnesses to testify with immunity Manafort faces sixteen. Counts including Bank fraud tax evasion and conspiracy most of the charges, stem from activities that predate the five months Manafort worked on the Trump, campaign none of them relate directly to allegations? Of coordination with Russia Windsor Johnston NPR, news Washington President Trump is considering revoking security clearances for six former Obama. Administration intelligence and law. Enforcement officials including former CIA director John Brennan and former FBI director James. Comey home Trump fired White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, says in some. Cases these people, quote monetize their clearances both Brennan and Komi are frequent Trump critics US Olympic swimming star Ryan locked he is in trouble again, the US anti doping agency suspended him for fourteen months for a rules, violation ATI winner of twelve Olympic medals was previously banned for an incident at the 2016 Rio. De Janeiro Olympics NPR's Tom Goldman has more the US anti-doping agency you Sada is, not suspending Ryan, locked de for taking a banned substance his punishment is for violating a rule about IV infusions in the violation appears to. Be self inflicted in may locked e posted an Instagram photo, showing him Hooked up to an IV with the. Caption athletic recovery with some hashtag vitamins the picture, prompted a, you Sada investigation which determined he used the IV with a legal substance, but without a required therapeutic, use exemption locked he, has acknowledged quote there are rules. And you have to obey, them the, Thirty-three-year-old can't. Compete until next, July he still, plans to train for the twenty, twenty Olympics tangled -ment NPR news an investigation into the sinking, of, a, duck. Boat that left seventeen. People, dead look at whether operators violated the coastguards rules on entering the water during, a storm the Viviers vehicle capsized on a lake in Branson Missouri last week as the area was under a. Severe thunderstorm warning with your hurricane strength winds. US coast guard captain Scott Stormer says the boat was raised from the. Water today one of the focuses of the investigation certainly is to determine the vessels condition throughout the casualty the NTSB is also investigating this is, NPR news And I'm Jamie Floyd for WNYC New York, lawmakers are expressing skepticism that the Trump administration. Will meet Thursday's court, order deadline to reunite migrant children taken from their. Parents at the border New York congresswoman. Nydia Velazquez says the administration's failure will not go on noticed Mr President history will judge you but most importantly voters will judge you maybe a November the. Administration failed to meet an earlier deadline to return all children under five to their. Parents by July tenth fewer than half of those, families were reunited by that date hundreds of forcibly separated children were brought to New York, and the daily news has laid off half of its newsroom staff that happened earlier today. The newspaper a fixture in New York City for the last century was sold last year for. Just one dollar to the owner of the ship Kogyo trip. Photographer Todd as l. was among, those who lost his job and governor Andrew Cuomo says he was taken by surprise by. The lay, offs and that he reached out to the paper's owner to offer help if there's a way for the state to be helpful financially We will, be because we want to keep that institution sprung it's a New York institution we want to keep those jobs. In New York the newspaper says it will focus more on breaking news and it's digital audience will have complete. Coverage coming up after news headlines New York City officials say nine buildings affected..

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Trump warns Iran's president in all-caps tweet to stop threatening U.S.

Red Eye Radio

02:05 min | 3 years ago

Trump warns Iran's president in all-caps tweet to stop threatening U.S.

"Chevonne. Morris, four CBS news Toronto Iran state oh news, agency is, dismissing President, Trump's warning tweet to Orion president Hassan Rohani describing it as passive reaction to. Ruhani's earlier remarks he said America must understand well that. Peace with Iran is the mother of all peace and war with Iran is the mother of all wars Mr.. Trump responded in an, all caps tweet saying never ever threaten the United States again at an event. In California's secretary of. State Mike Pompeo earlier criticised, corruption at the highest levels of Iran's government in on the. Act too judging by their best well they seem more concerned, with riches than religion these hypocritical holy advice. All kinds of crooked schemes to? Become some of the wealthiest men on earth while there are people suffer in, just a few hours. The coastguard will work to pull up that doomed duck, boat in Missouri some eighty feet to, the water surface I'm, Jim Krasula Branson Missouri. The coast guard says the tourist book that Capsized in a sudden intense storm Thursday night killing, seventeen people will be raised from the bottom of table rock lake Monday morning the work will, be coordinated by the. Company, that owns the duck boat investigators recovered a, video recorder, from the, fibia vessel but they aren't sure if it's still in working order a trader. Joe's worker is dead after a man holds fifty people. Hostage inside for three hours over the weekend investigators believe gene Atkins shot his grandmother several times and wounded is. Girl for an LA, home before heading to the market Atkins cousin Charlene He gets to help that because I believe that a long time ago everybody was his, freshman Nobody was really Oh Tiger Woods I was a blast came this close to the top of, the British Open finishing three. Strokes behind. Winner Francesco Molinari this. Is CBS news You, have enough. Things to worry about every day insurance shouldn't be one of them you can, leave worry behind when liberty. Stands with. You Liberty Mutual insurance.

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Coast Guard to raise Missouri tourist boat after deadly sinking

24 Hour News

03:03 min | 3 years ago

Coast Guard to raise Missouri tourist boat after deadly sinking

"Survivor talks about. Duck, boat sinking I'm Tim Maguire the AP news minted in Indianapolis woman who survived the Branson Missouri tourist boat accident, that killed seventy. People including nine of her, relatives says the captain of the boat told passengers not to bother grabbing life jackets Tia Coleman. Says she and her, nephew were, the, only one of eleven family members to survive on the boat capsized and sank when the storm hit yesterday Bishop Thomas Griffith tells w.. RTD he's ministering to the family is just a. Extremely emotional time they're not thinking about you know Any, time so Other, things outside really I'm sure really just trying to. Process this, tragedy Jim Patterson junior president of Ripley entertainment which, owns the boat says. The storm hit suddenly when you went into the water was flat and by the reports, that we're receiving but it was a real sudden micro burst of energy, or high winds which, is, came very very I'm Tim Maguire a life sized bronze statue of. A red haired freckled Archie will soon greet visitors in. Meredith New Hampshire, that's where artist Bob Montana live for. Thirty five years he was traded Archie Betty Veronica jug head and others in the Riverdale gang from nineteen forty two until his death. In, nineteen seventy-five however his impact in Meredith went beyond. The comic strip his daughter said he had a vision of turning the town into an art colony at one point converting a gas station into a studio. And frame shop he introduced several artists to the small town end created, a theater group the greater merit, of the program, a community development. Nonprofit Raise new he fifty seven thousand dollars for. The statue in less than six months mostly from residents the beaming statue will sit on a bench it looked toward Montana's workshop where the artists spent his. Days quietly drawing cartoons it makes us debut August ninth in Meredith community. Park to coincide with the town's, two hundred fiftieth anniversary Police arrested a library archivist and an antique bookseller and accused them of stealing millions of dollars worth of rare books illustrations maps, and photographs over the, past twenty years detectives estimate that, the pair stole or damaged hundreds of books worth. About eight million dollars from Pittsburgh library they say former Carnegie. Library rare books manager Gregory priori would sometimes use an exacto knife to. Cut maps and. Book plates out of some books and then. Sell them to the bookstore a block away there say the bookseller paid priori. Upfront and then pocketed the money when he sold them the long-planned top gun sequel has its new goose Well. He's not a new goose. But, miles. Teller will play. The son of goose who was played by Anthony Edwards of the, nineteen eighty six. Original teller has also, been in the divergent theories bleed for. This, and, another, eighties remake footloose he beat out fellow actors, Glen Powell and nNcholas cool to play the son of. Mavericks wing man the film also features bell Kilmer returning his is man directing is Joe Kosinski who worked..

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Bishop Thomas Griffith, Tia Coleman and Tim Maguire discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 3 years ago

Bishop Thomas Griffith, Tia Coleman and Tim Maguire discussed on 24 Hour News

"Survivor talks about. Duck, boat sinking I'm Tim Maguire within AP news minute an Indianapolis woman who survived the Branson Missouri tourist boat accident, that killed seventy. People including nine of her, relatives says the captain of the boat told passengers not to bother grabbing life jackets Tia Coleman says. She, and a nephew were the only one of eleven family members to survive on the boat capsized and sank when the storm hit yesterday. Bishop Thomas Griffith tells w. RTD he's ministering to. The family is just extremely emotional time for them They're not make it without you know Any, time so Other, things outside really I'm sure really just trying to. Process this, tragedy Jim Patterson junior president, of Ripley entertainment which, owns the boat says. The storm hit suddenly when you went into the water was flat. And By. The reports that we're receiving but. It was.

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