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"brunswick georgia" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:57 min | 2 months ago

"brunswick georgia" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Tell Mei the NPR news quiz Getting married. Put Mayo on your registry, A nice set of bill verb where I'm Bill Curtis. And here is your host a man who wore his best tailored mask just for this show, Peter Sago. Thank you, Bill. And thanks as always, to our faith audience, which this week is a group of people on Twitter reacting When Bill slices into me to reveal that I am actually a cake. We've got a great show for you today because later on we're going to be talking to Maria Kondakova. She's a PhD psychologist who went from not knowing how to play poker. Winning 300 grand as a player in just one year. We have a lot of questions for her, like, what do you do if you hit the ace in the flop with your ace King unsuited from the small blind, but the button re raises you as if he has the set. Tough like that. We're willing to bet you can answer our questions. So give us a call. The number is one triple eight. Wait, Wait. That's one. Triple 89248924 It's time to welcome our first listener contestant. Hi, You're on. Wait, Wait. Don't tell me I hear Sam Brooks from Brunswick, Georgia. Hey, Sam. How are things in Brunswick? Georgia? Ah, fine. You know, maybe you feel self conscious, but I don't think anybody in this country conduce better than a fine at this point. So you're doing great. What do you do there? I'm in it. A small coffee shop really house that I hate to ask this, but we've seen so many videos of people being obnoxious and coffee shops about wearing a mask. If you had a problem like that, or is everybody polite and nice as they tend to be in the South. People are generally nice. Um we a lot of our customers where Max were always really grateful. We're masked up sanitizing things regularly. So we're doing the best you can I understand. Well, welcome to the show. Sam. Let me introduce you to our panel this week. First of a comedian and a writer from the Good place in the late late Show with James Corden. It's Demian. Did you even know that? The writer of the syndicated advice column Ask Amy. She is the author of two memoirs. It's Amy Dickinson on Finally a comedian. You can see doing stand up on Zuma at the nowhere Comedy Club on Sunday, July 19th tickets are at nowhere comedy club dot com. It's Alonzo Bodden. Alright, Sam. Welcome to the show. You're going to play Who's Bill This time? Bill Curtis, of course, is going to read for you three quotations in the week's news. Your job, of course, correctly, identify or explain just two of them. Do that. You'll win our prize. Any voice from our show You might choose on your voicemail. You ready to play? Yes. Alright, Sam here. Is your first quote. Science should not stand in the way of this. That was White House press Secretary Kelly mechanism, saying that science you know, science should not prevent kids from doing what this fall. I would get going to school.

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Three Georgia men accused of murdering Ahmaud Arbery plead not guilty

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Three Georgia men accused of murdering Ahmaud Arbery plead not guilty

"Have been entered against three white men who police say took part in the highly publicized killing of a black jogger in south Georgia. The three white men, including a father and son, charged with the February 23rd murder of Ahmad are very pleaded not guilty during it. Arraignment hearing suggestions suggestions court court Entering Entering that that not not guilty guilty pleas, pleas, 25 25 year year old old black black man man was was fatally fatally shot shot while while jogging jogging and and coastal coastal Brunswick, Brunswick, Georgia. Georgia. The The incident incident that that was was videoed videoed on on a cellphone became a Touchstone in the protest over racial and social injustice in the US Jim

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"brunswick georgia" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:54 min | 3 months ago

"brunswick georgia" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Made of Lazio says he is holding steady on the city's week long curfew due to the ongoing unrest and in Brunswick Georgia today a judge ruled there is enough evidence to try three white suspects in the killing of Ahmad armory armory was the black jogger shot while he was out for a run their preliminary hearing of Creggan Travis with Michael and William Roddy Brian also gave new details Georgia public broadcasting's Emily Jones reports and please note this story includes an offensive racial slur prosecutor Jesse Evans did not mince words during the hearing on February the twenty third of two thousand and twenty it's a modern artery was chased down alternately executed at the hands of these might the Georgia bureau of investigation's lead agent on the mod armory case was the sole witness under questioning Richard dial repeatedly outlined Ahmad armories jog through the Brunswick neighborhood and the confrontation that led to his death much of that narrative is already known Gregory and Travis McMichael confronted armory believing he was involved in recent alleged break ins during the ensuing struggle Travis shot armory but dialed did add new details including what William Roddy Brian told investigators this is Ryan said after the shooting took place what we surround Mr already is on the ground he crashed model dial also discussed previously unknown aspects about Brian's role beyond filming the shooting he described an extended chase through the neighborhood during which the McMichael's and Brian into pick up trucks pursued armory and attempted to detain him in the neighborhood dial described armories attempts to fleet changing direction multiple times and running into ditches by the side of the road to avoid Bryant's truck one of the defense attorneys also asked to dial whether the McMichael's acted in self defense as they have claimed dial said it was armory who acted in self defense for now all three suspects remain in jail for NPR news I'm Emily Jones in Brunswick Georgia this is All Things Considered from NPR news a new executive order from president trump will let federal agencies by pass a major environmental laws the goal is to fast track big new infrastructure projects and boost the economy which has been hit hard by the corona virus pandemic NPR's Jeff Brady joins us now hello Jeff hello what does this executive order do well it directs federal agencies to expedite construction of transportation and energy infrastructure we're talking about things like highways oil and gas pipelines and and coal export terminals usually those are perfect when those are proposed there these long approval processes under the national environmental policy act it gives people a chance to see how the project might affect them and weigh in with opinions on what decision the government should make and if a project somehow affects an endangered animal or plant the Endangered Species Act might also be involved with this order the president says the economic crisis the country is experiencing is an emergency anything's federal agencies should be allowed to bypass some of those requirements and is this something that other presidents have done it is and I've seen record showing every president back to Ronald Reagan using this emergency authority but only in limited circumstances save like if there's a wildfire or hurricane or something that needs to be but something needs to be built very quickly one example is back in twenty fourteen this is during the Obama administration the National Park Service got an emergency exception to build an evacuation route at Hawaii volcanoes national park they expected the existing group was going to be covered by lava within forty five days so they said they they had to they they still have to involve the public in the process there was it was an emergency but then after it was all over they had to go through the full nepa process and the concern here is that president trump has been a critic of these environmental laws all along and many worry he's just using this emergency to weaken those lots without Congress changing them I've already there's a proposal to speed up the national environmental policy act reviews and there have been dozens of proposals during this administration to roll back environmental regulations there was just another today actually to change the cost benefit analysis into the clean air act and what's been the response of environmental and industry groups to this executive order yeah you know the criticism from environmental groups that came in quick this afternoon at Gina McCarthy she's a former EPA administrator she now heads the natural resources defense council and she said instead of trying to ease the pain of a nation in crisis president trump is focused on easing the pain of polluters and Arizona representative route right right will grow how fast he chairs the natural resources committee and that he said that the nats national environmental policy act is it's one of the few tools that communities of color have to protect themselves and make sure their voices are heard on federal decisions and he says the president is compromising that here they've been a very different reaction from industries originalist Nolan the president and CEO of the national mining association said this order will help jumpstart the economy encourage companies to use American made materials mention things like copper for wiring and coal for making steel zinc for galvanising metals he says that this might be versa trend of relying on imported materials and just how soon could some of these transportation or energy projects began well we have the executive order and things are probably going to start happening but there is probably going to be a legal challenge here because environmentalists think this is not lawful that's NPR's Jeff Brady thanks to thank you you're listening to All Things Considered from NPR news story about the nap ministry is coming up in 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White defendant used racial slur after shooting Georgia black man, investigator testifies

All Things Considered

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

White defendant used racial slur after shooting Georgia black man, investigator testifies

"In Brunswick Georgia today a judge said there is enough evidence for prosecutors to move forward with murder charges against three white man in the killing of almond Arbury he's a twenty five year old black jogger who was slain in February W. A. B. ease Emily green has more the pre trial hearing had several bombshells among the key revelations defendant Travis McMichael allegedly referred to our brief using a racial slur after shooting him three times the prosecution's chief investigator also said Greg McMichael Travis is father confronted Arbor a holding a gun issue to him years earlier by the Glynn county police department when he was an officer it was also revealed that are re had been diagnosed with a mental illness and suffered auditory hallucinations the defense argued that are re was the aggressor in the confrontation that led to his death the prosecution countered are re had been hunted down and

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"brunswick georgia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:58 min | 3 months ago

"brunswick georgia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A judge in Brunswick Georgia finding enough evidence to try the three suspects for murder in the deadly shooting of Amman armory were now seeing indications the killing was racially motivated Georgia bureau of investigation agent Richard dial testifying in his statements to police what one of the men said as armory was lying on the ground and George Brian said that after the shooting took place before police arrival well Mr Aubrey was on the ground that he heard Travis Michael make a statement father and son Gregory in Travis make Michael along with William Bryan junior have been charged with murder and aggravated assault the Pentagon reversing their order and is now keeping soldiers in the nation's capital after opposing the insurrection act for George Floyd protests calling for accountability in his murder defense secretary mark esper reversed his decision to send some active duty troops home from the Washington DC area the troops were sent to be on standby in case they were needed in the nation's capital amid ongoing protests earlier Wednesday a U. S. official said those soldiers were to be sent back to Fort Bragg lost some military police units would remain staged at joint base Andrews but a few hours later a Pentagon spokesperson said there was no change secretary esper said Wednesday that he does not currently support the deployment of active duty military troops on city streets as president trump has threatened to order saying the National Guard is best suited for providing support to local law enforcement Catherine folders A. B. C. news Washington at five eighteen more and more fencing being put up around the White House higher fencing comes after protests against the death of Georgia Florida that occurred near the iconic building they reportedly sent the president to the bunker late last week president trump though telling a fox news talk radio program he did not hide in the bunker as protests were outside ports now an attack on police officers in Brooklyn last night could be terror related seated peers to be a completely.

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Authorities don't expect any more arrests in Arbery's killing

AP 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

Authorities don't expect any more arrests in Arbery's killing

"A third white man is charged in the February shooting death of Armand are very a twenty five year old black man in a residential neighborhood just outside Brunswick Georgia A. B. said Donahue has more William Bryan junior cell phone video of our breeze death set off the investigation Georgia bureau of investigation director Vic Reynolds says Brian is now charged with murder along with father and son Gregory and Travis make Michael we believe the evidence would indicate that his underlying felony cap calls the death of a moderate Brian's attorney says his client was a witness to the shooting if we believed he was a witness we would arrest in Cobb county district attorney joy at homes made this pledge we are going to make sure that we find justice in this case we know that we have a broken family in a birthing community Reynolds says he's confident the people needed to be charged with the mod R. breeze death have been

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Georgia Authorities Arrest 3rd Man In Ahmaud Arbery Killing

Red Eye Radio

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Georgia Authorities Arrest 3rd Man In Ahmaud Arbery Killing

"There's been another arrest in the shooting of an unarmed jogger in Brunswick Georgia the Georgia bureau of investigation has arrested the man who recorded the moment that Ahmad armory was shot and killed by two men in February William Roddy Brian junior is in custody and has been charged with murder as well as attempting to commit false imprisonment Brian cell phone video leaked online has been the catalyst for community uprising over our breeze death Gregory make Michael and his son Travis Smith Michael already face felony murder and aggravated assault charges in the case they were arrested more than two months after our brief was

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Third suspect charged with murder of Georgia unarmed black jogger

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 4 months ago

Third suspect charged with murder of Georgia unarmed black jogger

"There's been a third arrest in connection with the shooting death of an unarmed black man in Brunswick Georgia CBS is bill Recca fifty year old William Roddy Brian says he had nothing to do with the February death of Amman armory but was just filming the deadly encounter the G. B. I. says it's charging Brian with felony murder and criminal contempt to commit false imprisonment also facing charges sixty four year old Gregory Nick Michael and his son thirty four year old Travis McMichael they face charges of felony murder and aggravated assault they claim armory was a suspect in a series of burglaries in the neighborhood when they confronted him more from correspondent Manuel Bojorquez armories family says he was out for a jog when the shooting occurred he was seen on camera entering an open construction site before the confrontation the armories family attorney has pressed for Brian's arrest calling him a co conspirator tonight Brian is behind bars awaiting a court

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Police tried to tase Ahmaud Arbery in 2017 incident, video shows

Noon Business Hour

02:26 min | 4 months ago

Police tried to tase Ahmaud Arbery in 2017 incident, video shows

"The video released this week shows a police encounter with the model our brief from several years ago he's the unarmed black man that was shot and killed back in February while jogging the two thousand seventeen video obtained by the guardian shows the officer trying to search our break he refused to end nearly being tased bear his look his family's lawyers say it raises more questions about the local police departments conduct CBS news correspondent Omar Villafranca reports from Dallas the ideal body cam footage from twenty seventeen first obtained by the guardian so the Glynn county police officer approach Ahmad armory into Brunswick Georgia park okay as the officer returned from running our breeze license Ahmad appears to be upset I'll tell you one here may I say one because this area is known for drug activity well I'm not searching you I'm checking for weapons all right ma'am less than two minutes later another officer appears in our brief refuses to let them search his car it allowed me to search your car I'm not as there's no reason to CarMax the second officer then orders are free to the ground after he fires his taser but it now functions and doesn't shock armory I got one day off a week one day a awful week I'll try to show them what they all grow and thankfully they let our breed go and he walks away more than two years later our breed would be killed by father and son Gregory Travis McMichael while on a run Meeder Mick Michael was a Glynn county police officer but they suspected our breed was burglarizing a construction site in their neighborhood the property owner says R. brie took nothing and surveillance footage shows multiple people walking in the handling of our briefcase has drawn widespread scrutiny the McMichael who were arrested months after his death a judge outside the circuit were armory was shot is now handling the case after five others recused themselves and three district attorneys have passed on prosecuting it in a statement attorneys for the armory family told us about the body cam footage quote it appears to be just a glimpse into the kind of scrutiny amat armory faced not only by this police department but ultimately regular citizens like to make Michaels we also reached out to the Glynn county police department but did not hear back

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Outside judge named to preside over cases in Arbery slaying

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Outside judge named to preside over cases in Arbery slaying

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting an outside judge has been named to preside over court proceedings in the Ahmad armory slaying a judge based in Savannah has been appointed to preside over the trial of two white men charged with the murder of a twenty five year old black man in the port city of Brunswick Georgia court documents filed in Glynn county show Superior Court judge Timothy R. wall mostly will preside over the trial proceedings for sixty four year old Gregory McMichael and his thirty four year old son Travis but Michael the book Michaels are jailed on charges of felony murder and aggravated assault in the fatal shooting of a mod armory on February twenty third the appointment was made after all five judges and legal circuit were armory was killed recused themselves hi Mike Rossi up

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Outside judge named to preside over cases in Arbery slaying

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Outside judge named to preside over cases in Arbery slaying

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting an outside judge has been named to preside over court proceedings in the Ahmad armory slaying a judge based in Savannah has been appointed to preside over the trial of two white men charged with the murder of a twenty five year old black man in the port city of Brunswick Georgia court documents filed in Glynn county show Superior Court judge Timothy R. wall mostly will preside over the trial proceedings for sixty four year old Gregory McMichael and his thirty four year old son Travis but Michael the book Michaels are jailed on charges of felony murder and aggravated assault in the fatal shooting of a mod armory on February twenty third the appointment was made after all five judges and legal circuit were armory was killed recused themselves hi Mike Rossi up

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Outside judge named to preside over cases in Arbery slaying

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Outside judge named to preside over cases in Arbery slaying

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting court documents show a judge has been appointed to preside over a closely watched murder trial in Brunswick Georgia a judge from outside the legal district will preside over the trial of two white men accused of murder in the fatal shooting of a black man in Georgia Superior Court judge Timothy R. Walmsley who's based seventy miles away in Savannah will preside over trial proceedings in Brunswick sixty four year old Gregory Mike Michael and his thirty four year old son Travis but Michael are jailed and charged with felony murder and aggravated assault in the fatal shooting of a mod armory on February twenty third the older but Michael is a retired investigator for the local district attorney as of Monday afternoon no court hearings were scheduled in the case hi Mike Rossio

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"brunswick georgia" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

12:34 min | 4 months ago

"brunswick georgia" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Three hundred miles to rally for justice destination Brunswick Georgia it is the southeast Georgia city where twenty five year old black on armed robbery was shot and killed on February twenty third his alleged killers were arrested on may seventh two and a half months later why the delay the Glynn county DA Jackie Johnson recused herself from the case one of our brief alleged killers Gregory what Michael had worked for Johnson's office as a criminal investigator the second prosecutor on the case George Barnhill Prada recusing himself stated that in his professional believe there are no grounds to arrest Gregory and Travis big Michael in our breeze death Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr has now appointed Cobb county DA joy at homes to the case I interviewed homes recently about her historic appointment as not only the first black to service DA in Cobb but also the first woman the Cobb DA is joy at homes your appointment was one that was history making not too long ago as I was serving as the chief magistrate judge for the computational circuit Dick Reynolds are former district attorney was appointed by the governor to run the TV online so that let an opening in the district attorney's office putting my name in I don't know if I'd ever dreamed that it would come to this and I would be speaking to you as the district attorney for the cob judicial circuit but it was just that an honor to serve and honor to know that there was confidence in me to do for Cobb what was expected of the citizens in Cobb so it's just been a blessing to serve in this role to be community focussed to do what we are required to do under our professional ethics it calls for us to be ministers of justice and that does that mean looking for in seeking convictions all the time but that's not what yes this is in that particular case we have opportunities through that office to direct people to accountability courts because often times the crime is not the lead it's the mental health issue it's the addiction it is just resources that weren't provided before that through those accountability courts we can say that this case is appropriate in lead in the right direction and that's all I've tried to do in my legal career is to make sure that the cases are led in the right direction or the people in the times that I serve clients who were affected by the criminal justice system she's joy at homes everybody the Cobb county district attorney why did you choose law lawn order to be honest I didn't have any lawyers in my family didn't have any reason to be in a courthouse so I didn't have that same experience to see it but watching the TV show law and order just drove me to that career I loved the passion that was shown litigating and how was super shy still deal with that sometimes but so when I thought about it I was I can actually go in front of people and argue the case for a client or for the state or on behalf of the victim is that going to be something that I can do well it was and starting off as a public defender in Maryland been coming here and working in the solicitor's office serving clients in my private practice those who paid me a fee and those who could not afford to pay me and I serve the circuit defender's office to represent those people as well but just being able to do this and make history means a lot to me I have two teenage girls and to be able to show them that because they are females but because they are African American it in no way hinders them to succeed and do the things that they dream up even if they thought that those things would be hindrances so this is a personal it's personal it means a lot to me and it means a lot when I talk to people and people share with me you know I've been working here for ten years I've been doing this I've tried what next how do I achieve how do I put that doubt behind me so that I can do answer so I'm grateful to be in that position and this is a mission and ministry for me we do the job and we do it the right way but there's more to it hello I'm a lawyer Miguel Dominguez says the caravan organizing group just Georgia once the law enforcement officials involved in the case to be removed from office Attorney Dominguez what do y'all what don about DAC Jackie Johnson and George born he'll just Georgia coalition is organizing our Atlanta in Savannah communities in support and solidarity with the family of Amman are bringing in the people of Brunswick in short what we want is Jackie Johnson and George Barnhill they must go so what were they supposed to do with district attorneys clearly these prosecutors should have recused themselves and click officials especially state prosecutors must avoid the appearance even the mere appearance of impropriety and they're in action and delays in recusing themselves only heighten the public distrust for our judicial system it was nothing short of audacious FOR D. A. Johnson to even consider prosecuting her own investigator and his son in a murder she only made her poor judgment home even further under scrutiny as she recused herself and sent the case to another DA whose son she employs my guest again as Atlanta attorney Miguel Dominguez so who would have to bring action against the DA's Johnson in Barnhill as attorneys and community organizers we will be working together to bring appropriate attention to these concerns that the community down in Brunswick have and we will do that by way of the state bar of Georgia and other legal action that will be taken Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr has chosen enjoy at homes who is the duty to tourney in Cobb county to prosecute the case now Attorney Dominguez what are your hopes what are your opinions about her appointment Juliet Holmes was certainly progress towards the community's goal of seeing justice as we come together to support our brief family attorneys merit steward and crawl we pray that DA homes move swiftly and with precision in my opinion D. A. homes will do her job the question that will remain is what will the people of Cobb county to attorney Miguel Dominguez thank you for your time thank you the double ACP zero grace continues making trips from Atlanta to Brunswick and says the protests will not stop until there's justice and for those interested in the case what should they know or do what the public should be aware of is that there will be more protests are planned will keep you updated on that and then we have to make sure we follow this case from the beginning to the end and apply public pressure so justice for March they could go and they can help at I run with mark dot com or the hashtag I run with mark T. stay updated and we'll keep you guys updated here are from the end of laci feast meanwhile the leader more than five hundred A. M. E. church is in Georgia is being joined by state leaders to renew the push for a new hate crimes law in the state bishop Reginald T. Jackson leads the six episcopal district of the African Methodist episcopal A. M. E. church we are very concerned about what has happened here in the state of Georgia the related issues offering and we believe the issue is not just a shooting by the issue with the Georgia need to have a hate crimes law this is an act of hate Jody cannot charge him with an active hate because one of only four states in the nation that does not have a hate crimes law what we are asking for the state legislature passed a hate crimes law also the Georgia can join the other forty six states and the district of Columbia and the federal government and having a long which makes there are consequences for committing crimes of hate and I think the world can learn a lesson from this tragedy of what happened in Brunswick Georgia a young black man just taking a job when he left his home a lot the the the the the last moments of his life this comp time that black and you M. Muslims are no longer about objects in the targets of hate your you need to make it clear and send the statement that hate will not be tolerated and the state of Georgia state representative al Williams whose district includes Brunswick is also pushing for a vote on the hate crimes bill I have been quite surprised we're not surprised not really and nothing really surprised me about the murders we had a new approval it's it's shocking but there are this will still have a lot of heat in it so consequently this is what happened as a result of heat you hate people simply because of the color and what do we do about hello things all of us can do and the first thing in the world you do you don't let it stop you from doing what you do in Priscilla your favorite Sam and hope everything is well but you charge known and if anything part of this we'll make some people become more involved in their community sometimes were rocked into Bryson said and complacency he's a lot of people very formal and some people have some very comfortable middle class upper middle class and we tend to forget about those who we have economic I left behind and that the suffering is still great I am a mother had to suffer through mother's day McArdle's son here because of bigotry and the community sober living communities in all of Georgia have been lookin would now and find out why the local district attorney chose not to act well we know what it is relationship there when she refused to sell it to the Bennett but then it goes over to another judicial circuit the Waycross this person very polite knowing you have a country he persisted in writing an opinion and between the two of them they block the arrest of the make my calls this if not American justice it became a big cover up without the video women would have no but now we do what are we going to do we certainly hope that this moves quickly with justice but quickly we can all get the answers were looking for what I heard what you said but didn't even make sense why would you just kill your way on all jogging down the street the sensors have to be forthcoming and yes it can only be invaluable we have a lot of healing to do and we should look again at how we treated people not just in county but throughout the United States and particularly here in Georgia we've all.

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"brunswick georgia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:45 min | 4 months ago

"brunswick georgia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Drive from Atlanta to Brunswick Georgia demanding justice for Ahmad armory right it's not the twenty five year old was shot to death after being chased and confronted by two men all of it captured on video CBS is Jesse Mitchell which worries of note Phyllis George a former Miss America became a pioneer in television sports and news that was First Lady of Kentucky she was seven years old actor Fred Willard has died here of many goofy television and movie roles Fred Willard was eighty six years old this is CBS news weather together is super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes and one oh three were seen some trouble out on route twenty four in this report is sponsored by the Crohn's and colitis foundation still working to clear crash several cars involved route twenty four heading north bound just by route one twenty three in Brockton traffic backed up for about a half a mile there another mishap southbound on route twenty four just south of Harrison Boulevard and that's causing a reasonable delay through there about a quarter of a mile back up traveling otherwise to the south pretty good shape traveling out to the west we continue to deal with work on route one ninety south bound by route twelve that's in the sterling area okay you might have a little bit of a worker is on going on in the as you get into the Holden stretch on that roadway and traveling on route two heading eastbound just east of route to route one ninety in Leominster another work crew another minute delay over on route ninety three heading south bound in Medford we've got some work going on right around the fells way and a little further down the road we're going to find ninety three is closed down from the lower deck all the way through one of the sake of bridge right to the entrance to the tip o'neill tunnel overnight work going on there ramps to ninety three south battle on that stretcher closed and detour signs are in place coming down the Tobin bridge heading towards route ninety three south bound you have to get up in Charlestown and swing around that way again watch for some detour signs the Crohn's and colitis foundation has been at the forefront of inflammatory bowel disease research and care for over fifty years learn more about research education and support had Crohn's and colitis foundation dot org it is fifty one degrees in Boston under a partly cloudy sky I'm jacquard WBZ traffic on the threes here's the four day WBZ accu weather forecast some clouds expected early on the Sunday morning the low not far from fifty later today clouds will tend to limits on highs generally in the upper sixties it could touch seventy on some thermometers west of Boston mostly cloudy tonight low fifty one then for tomorrow Monday breezy and chilly with a bit of rain at times I fifty five breezy and.

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"brunswick georgia" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:12 min | 4 months ago

"brunswick georgia" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"To make sacrifices and not letting anything stop them Michael George CBS news to Brunswick Georgia now where hundreds of people gathered today demanding justice in the shooting death of a mod armory CBS is Jesse Mitchell is there a long line of cars a justice caravan the drive from Atlanta to Brunswick Georgia demanding justice for Ahmad armory without a couple of other benefits right they can allow phones like it's nothing the twenty five year old was shot to death after being chased and confronted by two men all of it captured on video CBS news has obtained a copy of a text message a police officer sent a homeowner Larry English months ago telling him to call Gregory make Michael one of the two men charged with killing armory if a security camera detected intruders on his construction site Greg is retired law enforcement he said please call him day or night when you get action on your camera an attorney for arborists family wants the officer arrested saying he deputized men to hunt down suspects this security camera video shows others on the property including children and a white couple on the day of the shooting the owner says he never called to make Michaels and told police nothing was ever stolen Jesse Mitchell CBS news Brunswick Georgia we learned today that Fred Willard has died he's best remembered as a clever comic actor who often played clueless characters on television and film his daughter hope says he was funny until the very end Fred Willard died of natural causes in Los Angeles he was eighty six as we mentioned were reporting from Portland Oregon tonight and there's news from here in Oregon made indie film found itself at the top of box office sales for three straight weeks after covert nineteen close theaters nationwide the film called Phoenix Oregon is holding a virtual screening through Sunday and half the proceeds go to local restaurants making food for families who need it most during the pandemic at.

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"brunswick georgia" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:32 min | 4 months ago

"brunswick georgia" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Everybody to come and be a part of this movement well that's what it is we have a long thank you Ralph we know we can get beat office and what exonerated when found guilty Trayvon Martin get shot didn't have not one weapon on him some are Zimmerman walk out today this goes on for Landau Casteel tells a man look I'm reason why I got a gun permit home then I'll start crying about it you know Sandra bland look man when they did they listen to long well see that's a anything on the vehicle we go down together we got around it we got to be this Saturday this week next weekend we won't groups to be again taken out no more business as usual I know what is usual thank you we appreciate you thank you my brother god bless Nancy's Saturday if not people all right I'll come back we'll talk to Marcus Coleman of save ourselves and mark is there today and you may run it would not end on a sad ending on getting a ride from my we run it for a month all the way from Atlanta to Brunswick Georgia don't gonna place they can stay with us is too much truth with Derek Bozeman on news and talk thirteen eighty W. A. okay you want can't handle the truth close to four.

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Man who recorded Ahmaud Arbery shooting speaks out

Rush Limbaugh

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

Man who recorded Ahmaud Arbery shooting speaks out

"The justice department is now reviewing the shooting death of an unarmed black man by two white men in the town of Brunswick Georgia it happened in February murder charges were announced last week by state investigators have been requested by an outside prosecutor after a video surfaced the man who video recorded the shooting death of twenty five year old Ahmad armory in a neighborhood outside Brunswick Georgia is getting threats himself behind a facade of what scared them if that's what they want to do will scare me I scare the William Bryan is also now under investigation it was his video that shows armories killing allegedly by Gregory and Travis McMichael fox's Evan brown the suspects initially telling investigators they thought armory was a burglar armories family says he was out for a run a justice department spokeswoman says they'll determine whether federal hate crime charges are

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Gregory and Travis McMichael Arrested in Killing of Ahmaud Arbery

Dana Loesch

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Gregory and Travis McMichael Arrested in Killing of Ahmaud Arbery

"Recently revealed video footage leads to swift charges against a white father and son in the killing of an unarmed black jogger in Georgia months after Gregory and Travis make Michael's claim they chased and shot a lot armory in their neighborhood near Brunswick Georgia claiming he was a burglar a video shows their claims as doubtful it now they're charged with murder this is sufficient probable cause to charge the make Markle's with felony murder and aggravated assault I can tell you that if we didn't believe it we would have arrested him Vic Reynolds is the director of the Georgia bureau of investigation the local community have been expressing outrage over a lack of prosecution especially since the elder make Michael is a former investigator for the district

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2 men charged with murder in fatal shooting of black jogger

Mike Gallagher

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

2 men charged with murder in fatal shooting of black jogger

"One couple of arrests in a case that has sparked national outrage if shooting of a black jogger allegedly by two white men in Georgia Georgia bureau of investigation has announced sixty four year old Gregory McMichael and his thirty four year old son Travis but Michael have been jailed on charges of murder and aggravated assault the fatal shooting of twenty five year old Ahmad armory just outside Brunswick Georgia the shooting occurred in February but the public release of cell phone video that appeared to show the incident sparked a national

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2 men charged with murder in fatal shooting of black jogger

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

2 men charged with murder in fatal shooting of black jogger

"The white Georgia father and son connected to the fatal shooting of unarmed black jogger I'm on the Avery have been taken into custody tired police officer Greg McMichael and a son Travis McMichael arrested for murder and aggravated assault in the death of Ahmed armory the twenty five year old unarmed black man was jogging in a scintilla shores neighborhood of Brunswick Georgia when the McMichael's confronted armory with two firearms to previous prosecutors had recused themselves in the case for connections with the McMichael family and did not press charges contending the McMichael's actions were legal since they claim they believe they were chasing a burglary suspect armory was not a suspect in any neighborhood

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Family demands arrests after son was fatally shot while jogging

WBZ Afternoon News

00:51 sec | 4 months ago

Family demands arrests after son was fatally shot while jogging

"The family of a man in Georgia was shot to death while jogging is calling for a forties to make arrests of the men responsible a mode of Barry's mother Wanda Cooper spoke to NBC's today show and shared how she has been feeling following the murder of her son back in February we since it happened I just want to just sit and think about what he was thinking the last step is the sign he didn't know that he was in the last minutes of his life Peter he was unaware of what was going on he does his job you know and let's not get home so he had no idea according to police armory was chased down and killed by Gregory Mick Michael and his son Travis while he was running through a neighborhood in Brunswick Georgia officials say the twenty five year old was on armed struggle with the man over a shot gun before ultimately he was killed by either of those involved though have been arrested or charged a man claim armory looks like a suspect in recent robberies the victim's family says he was just out

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Family demands arrests after son was fatally shot while jogging

WBZ Midday News

00:52 sec | 4 months ago

Family demands arrests after son was fatally shot while jogging

"Mates family of a man in Georgia who was shot to death while jogging is calling for authorities to make arrests on the man responsible for his death Ahmad's Aubrey's mother Wanda Cooper spoke to NBC's today show and shared how she's fell following the murder of her son in February we since it happened I just wanted to see it and think about what he was thinking that lacks this up as a sign he didn't know he was in the last minutes of five he he was he was unaware of what was going on he does his job you know and let's not get harm's way he had no idea according to police armory was chased down and killed by Gregory McMichael a son Travis while running through a neighborhood in Brunswick Georgia officials say the twenty five year old who was on armed struggle with the man over a shot gun before result me killed neither the meadow involved been arrested or charged the men claim armory looks like a suspect in recent robberies the victim's family argues he was just

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Family demands arrests after son was fatally shot while jogging

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

Family demands arrests after son was fatally shot while jogging

"Good news in other news outrage growing in a Georgia city were two white men are suspected of gunning down a black man while he was jogging in their neighborhood they have yet to face charges Evan brown reports it's been longer than two months since I bought armory was shot and killed while jogging in Brunswick Georgia he was African American and the father and son believed to have chased him down and shot him are white there have been no arrests even Miller video of the shooting the father is a former policeman now local in double ACP leader John Davis Perry wants Brunswick's police chief to resign and with this level of negligence and unjust this injustice he should not be on our payroll a special prosecutor has been

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Anger over killing of young black jogger caught on video

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:56 min | 4 months ago

Anger over killing of young black jogger caught on video

"A Sun speckled tree lined streets on a sunny Sunday afternoon. A more armory ran through his neighborhood in the coastal town of Brunswick Georgia neighbors had seen him run by their homes. Every day for years it should have just been another ordinary run for twenty five year old. Aubrey back in February but a series of events unfolded that ended in his brutal killing at the hands of two white men which is caused anger across America and especially among black Americans and campaigners for social justice that sorrow and rage has reignited a long running debate over the killings of young black men by white people. It was sparked by a thirty six second video released online months after that late February run video that shed New Light on how Aubrey was killed. According to a police report the two men had grabbed their weapons. A three five seven Magnum revolver and shotgun jumped into a truck and began following Aubrey after seeing him. Run by the two men involved in the accident have not been charged or even arrested over. Aubrey's death but the case will now go to a grand jury following the release of the video and the condemnation that it produced according to a statement from the district attorney in charge. Tom durden Aubrey's mother has been unable to watch the video. That now has over. Four million views and has drawn condemnation from prominent figures across the country including the former vice president in twenty twenty Democratic candidates. Joe Biden Aubrey's death is one of dozens of killings of black boys and men across America. Often engaging in everyday activities critics have compared these killings to public lynchings proving time and again the systemic racism is alive and well in the United States.

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Georgia family demands arrests 2 months after son shot dead

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

Georgia family demands arrests 2 months after son shot dead

"The parents of a black man shot and killed while being pursued by a white father and son in the Georgia neighborhood walked the two arrested a cellphone video made public in Brunswick Georgia purports to show the February twenty third shooting death of twenty five year old almond Arbury who was on an afternoon jog his mother Wanda Cooper Jones he had dreams that day wasn't for field attorney Lee Merritt tells reporters three shots three shot gun blast which goes towards the mindset of the shooter that is intent was to kill the model number retired district attorney's investigator Gregory McMichael told investigators he and his son thought are very fit the description of a burglary suspect and then when his son confronted him the two struggled over a shot gun and are very was killed I'm typical wire

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"brunswick georgia" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

The Breakdown with Shaun King

04:17 min | 5 months ago

"brunswick georgia" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

"Judo Kata. That is the matter is settled. And it's common sense that the best way to help people who are struggling in this country is not a paternalistically decide how to spin resources on their behalf but to directly provide them with financial resources so they can take steps to secure their own future not to be clear cash. Assistance alone isn't enough to surmount the barriers that so many people face cash alone can ensure that every person in this country has what they need to weather the crisis we need. Medicare for all. That's why to leave is also proposed the creation of what she's dubbed any emergency first responders core. Think of this new core that she's talking about as a new service branch of people who would deploy in cities and communities across the country to check on their most vulnerable residents those who must rely on others from for help from day to day. She is proposing new core. That would help the elderly. Those living with disabilities folks struggling with mental illness and others. Just trying to get by these responders for example would be charged with getting stimulus debit cards to people who can't receive them by direct mail for some reason or can't pick them up in person in this first responders core offer several layers of benefits to the American public. It's going to create jobs in the face of historic unemployment. And it's going to give people a way to give back to make sure that others aren't being left behind in these tumultuous times or denied the benefits that they're supposed to receive under the legislation that Congress is slowly passing to ease the effects of the pandemic in summary. Before we close on this topic this idea that congresswoman to leave has this first responders core is going to ease the economic devastation for those who are able to work. It's going to promote the health and safety of our most vulnerable and most importantly it's going to create a foundation for rebuilding communities after weeks and months of isolation breakdown yesterday here on the breakdown we started talking about the horrible racist case of murder in Brunswick Georgia where two white men got in their car and chase down. A young brother name Ahmad Aubrey. Who was jogging on a Sunday afternoon as he often dade through his own town in broad daylight on a Sunday afternoon which should have been the safest most secure day of the week and time of the day to be able to do such a thing but this is America and as he was jogging through the neighborhood? These two men father and son got in their pickup truck and car with a three fifty seven magnum and shotgun in chased Ahmad Down and shot and killed him and we are building a team of people behind the scenes that is preparing action steps for you to take and we may have those action steps available as early as tomorrow but when we do we need all hands on deck and I mean that would every fiber in my being. We're GONNA fight for justice for a MoD but it's GonNa take more than just me and a few of the people it's GonNa take all of us doing what we need to do. We have some creative ideas creative strategies for you and we're going to put some real pressure on them To to do what needs to be done here. All right so stay tuned for the action steps on how we're going to build some teams together to fight for a MoD. Let's do this and let's get ready all right take care bye. The burnt burnt break break. Break break thank the break remembering.

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"brunswick georgia" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"brunswick georgia" Discussed on KCRW

"Brought to you by progressive insurance offering it skews me and PR is made possible by progressive insurance offering away to buy home insurance with their home court explorer tool custom codes and rates are available online learn more progressive dot com or at one eight hundred progressive now that's progressive from the MD Anderson cancer center where physicians' tree all types of cancer with a team of nearly twenty one thousand all devoted to ending cancer and providing hope to patients more making cancer history dot com and from C. three dot A. ally C. three dot a I software enables organizations to use artificial intelligence at enterprise scale solving previously unsolvable business problems learn more at C. three dot a high this is morning edition from NPR news I'm David green and I'm Rachel Martin the U. S. Coast Guard has pulled off a dramatic rescue in the waters off south east Georgia where a massive cargo ship capsized early Sunday the rescue came to a close last night with all twenty four passengers and crew safe on shore but as in here is Colin wire reports this happy ending has been far from certain the call came in from Brunswick Georgia rock to AM Sunday. Marcia Martin Hey I standards on the nearby peer told nine one one dispatchers what they just seen all those years yes with over in the saddle I'm standing on things on here. right the card does it is there is the cars if you live here in Brunswick yes I have over the golden ray six hundred fifty foot car carrier had.

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"brunswick georgia" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"brunswick georgia" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Today. right now. Congress is back from its late summer recess house Democrats picking up where they left off investigating the president house Democrats are starting the fall session with a new step towards impeachment the Judiciary Committee has set a Thursday vote to establish rules for hearings on impeachment a step that would allow committee staff to interview witnesses and collect evidence any final impeachment vote would still need approval by the full house even then the Republican led Senate would be unlikely to remove president trump from office the Judiciary Committee is also set a hearing with former trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski for next week to ask him about request from the president to limit the Russia investigation on Capitol Hill Jr how burn fox news national rifle association suing the city of San Francisco over its recent declaration that the NRA is a domestic terrorist organization the NRA and its court suit asks the court to step in to instruct elected officials that freedom of speech means you cannot silence or punish those with whom you disagree four crew members had been trapped in an overturned cargo ship off the coast of Georgia have been rescued Coast Guard cut a hole in the home to free the crew had been trapped since the bolt caught fire and overturned shortly after leaving Brunswick Georgia on Sunday with a lot of about four thousand cars federal health officials issuing a warning to a maker of the cigarettes over their marketing claims the food and drug administration blasting jul over its claim that using its product is safer than smoking ordering the company to stop making claims that are on prove it they're also telling the company to turn over documents about its marketing education programs in nicotine formula a jewel spokesman says the company will fully cooperate with the FDA this is the American medical association is urging the public to avoid using E. cigarettes amid the nationwide investigation of a long illness outbreak Lisa illus Sarah fox news in New York I'm.

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"brunswick georgia" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"brunswick georgia" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Is capsized off Brunswick Georgia twenty people were rescued but four people are believed to still be on board the United Nations says seventy thousand people in the Bahamas may be homeless after hurricane Dorian former South Carolina governor and congressmen mark Sanford says he's going to seek the Republican nomination for president Daria all bigger ABC news. KDX traffic from the problem of rapid seven we make it you bake it in the sense that I was getting a four five we're starting to improve both directions of bye bye yeah Portland. pretty good right now for dealing with what road in from five thirty take it easy I mark II extra funds now K. to weather brought to you by standard TV an appliance our average daytime high this time of year is usually into the upper seventies unfortunately we're going to stay on the cooler side about ten degrees below average all the way through Tuesday this coming week because rain is in our forecast even some thunderstorms possible life out of the coast on Sunday afternoon and evening with Kate to storm tracker weather I merry Los whenever you want. eleven ninety K. E. acts on I heart radio finally thanks for asking. you're listening to rush's week in review one of my all time favorite bumper tune is reason call the names the nine. three on August the lines. and we are in Italy in song goes back to nineteen seventy three let me grab a quick phone call.

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"brunswick georgia" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"brunswick georgia" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Is capsized off Brunswick Georgia twenty people were rescued but four people are believed to still be on board the United Nations says seventy thousand people in the Bahamas may be homeless after hurricane Dorian former South Carolina governor and congressmen mark Sanford says he's going to seek the Republican nomination for president Daria all bigger ABC news. now Katie act traffic from the problem is that we make it you bake it in the sense that I was getting a four five. to improve both directions of bye bye yeah Portland. pretty good right now feeling with wet roads in from Parker could take it easy bye mark II extra funds now K. to weather brought to you by standard TV an appliance our average daytime high this time of year is usually into the upper seventies unfortunately we're going to stay on the cooler side about ten degrees below average all the way through Tuesday this coming week because rain is in our forecast even some thunderstorms possible life out of the coast on Sunday afternoon and evening with key to storm tracker weather I merry Los whenever you want. eleven ninety K. E. acts on I heart radio finally thanks for asking. you're listening to rush's week in review one of my all time favorite bumper tune is reason call the names the nine. it's very on August the lines. and we are in Italy is song goes back to nineteen seventy three let me grab a quick phone call.

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"brunswick georgia" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"brunswick georgia" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"About to move again as we go back. Nobody is off limits because he is looking out for you. Mark Levine's on AM seven ninety Tucson's. Most stimulating talk. In for the great one, Mark Levin. Eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one Marquis Columbia, South Carolina, listening on VOC. I'm Larry O'Connor. It's the Mark Levin show. A europe. Murky. We lost Marquis. Let's go to Matt Brunswick Georgia right next door to South Carolina listening on WBZ g I'm Larry O'Connor. Hey, matt. Hey, how you doing good? What are you saying? I'd say that this law rules mentality is crazy. And that's the way our government set up to run, and I could never see that happening in my small town. Well, I got a forward drive truck. And I think if a bunch of guys. Return to block me. They might be in trouble. Oh, the violent rhetoric of the right? Matt self defense is a beautiful thing. Eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one in a moment. I'm going to tell you about a guy who built a bomb for our town..

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"brunswick georgia" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"brunswick georgia" Discussed on WLOB

"To the bond listening to us from brunswick georgia welcome to the program how you doing excuse me stay doing this i love your show yeah i just want to point out the irony in this because while backing shared about a school that is sending around notices the kid saying voted themselves as another culture or another race you know in the school and they weren't telling your parents about it but now you have the situation of a girl wearing a dress that they're saying a chinese style dress and just the irony of you know being able to say okay i want to you know appropriate culture here but then i can't do it there you know that that kind of really shut to implode on excel i think you're onto something there and i gotta be honest with you here i i love chinese food we have a great little mom and pop chinese joint in our neighborhood just because i enjoyed the general charles chicken and the and the and the fortune cookies does not make me a racist culturally appropriating it's ridiculous it is ridiculous but that's all i wanted to say love the show divide thank thank you for listening hey brunswick georgia great town and we appreciate all of our listeners out there that part of the country you know i may have stumbled upon a solution to all of this producer john what if now again this is an divine br brought this up as well what if the young lady in utah self identifies as chinese now i know she i know she's she's she's a white girl but what if she what if she identifies as as chinese that's either gonna make twice as twice as better or twice as worse i mean some school districts are allowing you to identify your ethnicity so i mean i.

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"brunswick georgia" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"brunswick georgia" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Dollars when i well almond up within limits i don't dry i don't have a favor on but if i had the money out what have of iran or cheer on uh citizen overspin owned cars lake placid florida hm w wtk is our affiliate in lake placid florida san juan texas real ground a city in texas oh list another texas magnolia texas maybe they have oil money you think fabio yeah yeah makes it doesn't okay well where else should there be a lead on overspend on cars california the longer now finding pronounce that right for you forgive me donna i got that one right donna texas kings veal texas look it only texas states uh best drop louisiana uh coachella california mercedes texas oh that's about that's a uh that would be interesting to know where that name of that down came from uh lease ville louisiana well i it's really telling that we have so many louisiana in texas and you think of louisiana texas oil of course accountable texas uh uh oh keep jobe florida well that's a surprise to me mole tree georgia brownsville texas far texas san benito texas core delay georgia brunswick georgia and laredo texas those are cities that overspend on cars so let's shift gears let's talk about the cities that spend the least on cars scars dale new york branchville new york so i'll tell you a quick story we had a syndicate or bob dunn love this guy for years and years and years on early days when his job was to get us more stations and he did a great job so uh i go to new york to his headquarters monday cleanup talk into three or four of the employees of the company that he worked with an i'm talking to a young man and i said well you know what are you drive they looked at me like i don't i don't drive as well what kind of cardi i'll have a car he's only have a driver's license as a whole do is i'm twenty two or twenty 25 or whatever it was and uh the course i didn't really understand that folks that live in new york would dare drava karak the cut his too expensive no place to park chalet they take the train then they.

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"brunswick georgia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"brunswick georgia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mean that seriously the have explained all of that to me uh i i guess the a probably is an instinct i can remember being on a plane this gotta be maybe ten or fifteen years ago and as flying from atlanta down to brunswick georgia was a small flight and there was a woman we were sitting there waiting to get on and i thought for a moment uh that she had some sort of with the disease where you you you can't control yourself and i was hearing her you know it sounded like like a voice and i forget for them for a moment what that you you uh there was out to read syndrome correct charette syndrome there was a ball player furham the phillies that that had that disease act that products that situation anyway once i was on the plane i realised she had a little puppy uh inside like her per carryon bag and it was the puppy that was yapping not not the woman had so she she snuck the puppy onto the plane went yeah people don't wanna pay the the pet fi berries from airline to area well this was of this was as i said ten or fifteen years ago i don't even theor legs were allowing support animals you know it's an ada thing i mean if you have you know it's it's it's covered by ada the american that this voting back okay there's very specific wolf about how especially with the most support and then especially if you need an animal fat support a guide dog or or other animals because there are other animals that do quite sport isaac hey deduce pm wipe has read thank you very much you explain to thoroughly uh we'll see you on an airplane at some point you didn't tell me what airline it was that's okay if you ever see me say hello okay ace kinfe kate from the newest europe are wanting gradually at our winner last hour bob drew or this hour by driscoll from tewksbury one the pair of tickets to see paul simon homewardbound the.

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"brunswick georgia" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"brunswick georgia" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"That works out lying to mice without of brunswick georgia might just dropped sorry about that mike uh well he was asked about lightgathering four scopes scopes and objects are interesting it is in the end simply math now there are things you can do with scoop with scopes with binoculars and spiced by using better glass or better prizms or whatever but at the end it's math it's you've got an exit people you own entrance it helped uh lynn's ocular landings in objective lynn's that more light you porn the fraud that you can gather the more you can get out the back except be careful here i have seen so many factors through some weird stuff with scope michael scopes not so much anymore because people are a lot smarter about scopes now uh a bitter tube should give you more light a bigger objective lens that the d objector winds think of it as the lens that is closer to the object objective object being viewed if those are bigger you should get more light out the back except at least in the past been some many factors that go with a thirty millimeter tube use one inch optics uh inside looks like it will have more light there's even warned that i uh caught they put what do they call it they are white stop or something it basically puerto yes centres a hightech washer inside the scope to reduce the amount of light coming through why would you do that will as photographer understand you stop down the lynn's to get a little bit better resolution desrochers weren't that good dr their lenses warned that good so by putting its in essence a washer in the metal you used the center park of the lenses the pieces of glass in there which are better and so the viewers better now the images dimmer but you know what people test this stuff in a store looked through it everything's bright looks great but if you're looking for low light capability at the beginning of the day or do you today you're out there hunting then you want something in that probably fifty millimeter objective lends a hand bigger tubes but the thing to do now this is not that we didn't have the fifty four years ago we have hits not exactly crowdsourcing but it is in a way you can find out about all the stuff all the.

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