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Massive fire destroys Buckhead, Atlanta, apartment building, displacing 162
"Hours, a lot of firefighters finally able to put out all the hot spots at that massive apartment complex fire in Buckhead this morning, they were able to put him out around seven more than 180 people displaced in that fire fire that that started started just just after after lunch lunch Wednesday. Wednesday. As As far far as as like. like. People's People's houses houses in in a a row. row. You're You're crying, crying, You You know, know, I I saw saw families families crying crying because because they they were were watching watching their their house house burned burned pieces pieces all their possessions, So it's very, very sad situation. Luckily, nobody was hurt. Still no word on what caused that blaze. Not good
150 evacuated after massive apartment fire near Lindbergh MARTA station in Atlanta
"To cover what was a roaring condo fire in mid town, Atlanta The billowing black smoke seen from miles away in every direction. WSB Sandra Parish is at the scene now, Sandra destructive fire, but if we heard about anybody who was hurt in it No one heard Chris. Thank goodness. This blaze started around 12 30 here. The Havana on main apartment Right by the Lindbergh Marta station in Buckhead. Atlanta Fire Sergeant Cortez Stafford tells it appears you have started somewhere near the top of the 81 unit building and quickly spread throughout the addict. All the units on the fourth floor about 50%. Of the building from the fourth floor and the attic area has been compromised in collapse. He believes that the the building building building will will will will be be be be be a a a a a total total total total total loss. loss. loss. loss. loss. All All All All All 150 150 150 150 150 residents, residents, residents, residents, residents, luckily luckily luckily luckily luckily were were were were were evacuated evacuated evacuated evacuated evacuated and and and and and are are are are are accounted accounted accounted accounted accounted for for for for for so so so so so far. far. far. far. far. No No No No No word word word word word on on on on on the the the the the cause cause cause cause cause of of of of of this this this this this fire fire fire fire fire
Atlanta megachurch suspends in-person worship services for rest of year
"Virus forces of Metro Atlanta megachurch to abandon in person worship planned for the rest of the year. Andy Stanley, senior pastor of North Point Ministries, says the safety of some 40,000 churchgoers can't be guaranteed at campuses in Alfa, Rhetta coming Woodstock, Buford, Decatur and Buckhead. We're not going to sit around on our hands waiting for a vaccine. We're going to update all of our digital in online experiences for you and your Children and your students. In addition, we're going to create a strategy for limited physical gatherings as well, Stanley says. Not on Ly Will Northpoint survive this pandemic, But he has faith that it will ultimately thrive
Thousands March In Atlanta's Protest
"Do not realize what thousands March in Buckhead and taken the outside the governor's mansion NBA legend Dikembe Mutombo but dissipated in Sunday's March which is son helped organize the event which is I think they're doing a great job they are taking the issue for the for the day on the stand out though the future belongs to the city of Eilat a lift the curfew for two straight nights after there were no protest related arrests a black lives matter solidarity March was held in Clarkston black lives matter no justice no peace the better chance heard around the
Sports celebrities join thousands across metro Atlanta to march on 10th day of protests
"Do not this is not just a black thousands March in Buckhead and taken the outside the governor's mansion NBA legend Dikembe Mutombo participated in Sunday's March which is son helped organize the children during the during the great job they are taking the issue for the for the day on the stand or go to church I belong to
Atlanta officer on desk duty after bodyslamming dental hygienist during struggle
"And a lot of police officer is under investigation and on desk duty after a confrontation with amber Jackson cyber V. the thirtieth during protests in Buckhead the officer wanted her to exit her vehicle Jackson tells channel two action news so please then comes in and slams me yanks me out of the car and slams me down much of it caught on video Jackson says it broke her collarbone police say she struggled as the officer tried to remove her from a car and he forced her to the ground to handcuff for
Target temporarily closes two Buckhead, Atlanta locations
"A couple of retail chains closing temporarily amid the protests including both target and CVS announced they've shuttered several locations for the time being including some that were damaged during protests over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis to target locations in Buckhead were among those hit targets as employees of the stores close will be paid up to fourteen days during store closures including coronavirus pay and also have the chance to work at other stores Cheryl Castro ninety five point five
"buckhead" Discussed on Pro Business Channel
"All of the topics we're discussing about the BUCKHEAD Christian Ministry at Buckhead Christian Ministry Dot Org at our guest here today on this episode of the podcast is Kiva case is the CEO and president of the organization Man You're right. I mean we could do a series of podcast about What you're doing because you're basically Impacting We mentioned. We may or may not mentioned earlier on this started the organization with six churches When you were in two thousand seventeen you're at thirty churches two years later. You're now at thirty two churches right. Yes and And I got I have to give credit to our church And Volunteer Community Relations Director. Tiffany banks in her committee for helping us we. We did a great job Over the past couple years sophisticated what?.
15-year-old arrested after man shot, killed during robbery attempt outside Buckhead apartment complex, Atlanta
"Atlanta police arrested a fifteen year old and expect to make even more arrests in the murder of thirty five year old Kevin Humes Humes who normally took uber decided to walk to his apartment because of the corona virus that's where he was gunned down during a robbery attempt outside of his
Atlanta - Buckhead’s Piedmont Hospital tower to open early to accommodate coronavirus cases
"Hospitals opening its new bucket tower on Monday almost four months ahead of schedule preparing for that expected surge in the need for intensive care space channel whose Carol's barge reports this is a hundred thirty two bed facility with ten operating room this state is concerned that we're going to peak around April twenty third and that could really overwhelmed hospitals or hospitals right now around the area are doing what they can to prepare and payments as it is also planning to add additional beds to a hospital in Columbus that would add twenty nine more hospital rooms
Looking Through the Disparate Responses to COVID-19 in the US
"Want to begin putting this response to the virus in the context of what we've already talked about on the portal in particular the disc or distributed idea suppression complex introduced. An episode. Eighteen appears to be in full swing. So how do we know that this is happening? Well twitter and this is just as an example has now refined their terms of service to broaden their definition of harm itself to address in their words and I quote content that goes directly against guidance from authoritative sources of global and local public health information rather than reports. We will enforce this in close coordination with trusted partners including public health authorities and governments and continue to use and consult with information from those sources when reviewing content. Under this new guidance we will require people to remove tweets now of course the pandemic that sound sensible at least my ears in such a situation who wants marginal gadflies like I duNNo. Mike Serna the infamous Mench Small Bug Aka. Courtesy Arvind contradicting the mayor of New York City. Bill de Blasios or The Washington Post in time crying out for coordinated authoritative response. Well here's the awkward part many of the people who call this epidemic early incorrectly. Where the very marginal Internet personalities that the Legacy Media folks love to deride as trolls gadflies as for the mayor of New York City after certification mold buckhead correctly called for drastic action. Bill de Blasios wrote. I'm encouraging New Yorkers to go on with your lives in get out on the town despite coronavirus and that was an early March a sentiment that was echoed by the Washington Post that viewed concern over the virus as a kind of neurosis that had to be addressed. Psychologically in short the gated institutional narrative or Jin was not close to being the first to see. Cova is the giant threat requiring a planetary response. It was those outside the Jin that not only saw this early but proved that it was able early by many different individuals who generally seem to sit outside the institutional and respectable worlds. So just. Why was this well first of all? The portal has argued many times before that we have had an almost universally unworkable leadership class now in place for just under fifty years that it arose to disguise the end of the post war economic growth regime. This is a collection of people who have re factored the institutions that they've lead within our system specifically to evade the embedded growth obligations or egos. That were set in the previous era. And who rewarded each other? Generally for doing exactly the wrong things in terms of the public good with an end to mandatory retirement the same people have been promoted for borrowing against the future and playing games of Russian roulette with financial markets healthcare while self-dealing within the system that they were handed stewards for the generations to come serving a false god fake economic efficiency that reliably and deliberately fails to adequately incorporate actual economics like negative externalities von Neumann Morgenstern sub utility functions principal agent problems moral hazard etcetera etcetera are ubiquitous. Economists have hidden behind the mask of technocrats working for the public good while merely pretending to practice their own profession healthcare mandarins to regularly ignore the warnings. Coming out of their own literature. I mean heading over to Google scholar which readiness czar or hospital head could forget. Titles like mechanical ventilation in an airborne epidemic by Fula in two thousand and eight or preparing intensive care for the next pandemic influenza by Taylor Kane and Robert Fowler in two thousand nineteen. Were those back to back. Hits of Meltzer at all stockpiling ventilators for influenza pandemics and estimates of the demand for mechanical ventilation in the United States during an influenza pandemic in two thousand seventeen in two thousand fifteen respectively in short we got here not because we couldn't foresee this future in fact we extensively studied it. We got here because we decided to ignore the future that we knew was coming. The specific class of people that we had the helm of our institutions were constitutionally incapable of putting their foot down and asserting that we needed deeper reserves in order to handle what they called surge capacity. So do I know what's going on? I said during the section of our last episode still holds true this week my continuing discussions with a number of people. I respect deeply seems surprisingly inconclusive. To me even at this late date so my mind wanders to the second order question of why it would be so difficult to sketch straightforward narrative to guide us in fact Dr Peter at his most recent video evidence of some of this confusion where he shares that as a physician. He feels so spun around what he is hearing that even he is forced to think in political rather than medical or scientific terms to explain the situation to oversimplify slightly. There are three great risks with the CO virus. One of underreaction. One of overreaction. In one of inappropriate reaction the threatens an enormous body count from the virus severe respiratory and other damage to many of the recovered. The second threatens a worldwide depression which could well lead to armed clashes and even wars various sizes. The last leads to many of our efforts being wasted or even captured by profiteers at a time when we are demanded not too deeply question the coordinating authorities and oddly. We are being prepared to participate in both under and overreactions simultaneously. Just as many of us are worrying about allegations of financial assistance that are now valued in the trillions. I mean this is crazy at some level. No we are somehow discussing ill-conceived multi trillion dollar systems packages at the same time as we are being ready to go back to work while also hearing that. New York is now apocalyptic I mean that's pretty confusing. We are going to transfer vast amounts of wealth. So please know that everything will fine when you get back to work shortly. But in the meantime the borough of Queens is experiencing armageddon even by highschool dating standards. That's a lot of mixed and conflicting messages now. What could explain this odd state of affairs? I found myself compelled by very simple idea from his grip. I cannot easily escape. The ideas straightforward. What if our leadership is treating this as much as an accountability crisis as a medical one when it comes to their actions. I mean what if the issue over which we are being quarantined isn't actually the number of deaths trying to prevent but the type of deaths perhaps there is one special category of death then that our leaders are more afraid of than all others for reasons of accountability rather than simple loss of life in order to explore. This idea might help to make it somewhat. Concrete therefore imagine that you had drafted a blank tweets on twitter called New York Blue Death List for at least Myrlie well known accounts that you follow from New York state that eventually brought low by the Kovic virus and that initially has no other content. Of course it would start out blank but now imagine that every time one of these account owners dies of. Kovic you plan to add them to your soon to be growing list. That's pretty morbid. But Hey it's now. A pandemic after all oddly. These aren't even really the death that I'm talking about quite yet. Perhaps the first few are old people who have lived long and full lives but as your list begins to fill up there may come a first gruesome death it happened to vital younger person who desperately needed a ventilator or an ICU. Bed or a train MD or nurse to have a fighting chance. Let us call these triage death. If they result from a missing resource that could have and should have been stocked for just such emergencies. These losses are beginning to outline the class of death. That I believe me. Now be driving this difficult. Understand response from our political and medical leadership while deaths from the virus may be tragic. These specific triage deaths may be considered career ending deaths of accountability for medical scientific business and political leaders who specifically failed to heed warnings from the group studying our preparedness as such they may have mattered most in determining the shape of our current response as they are all death. The come from failing to implement copious previous work in identifying vulnerabilities meant to shape our disaster preparedness. These would be quite bad because they would involve people that we feel. We know but it could actually get much worse for our leaders than that if you were now to swap out the blue check requirement and exchange it instead for the most sympathetic person. You could imagine what happens when death swoops down on a young girl of eight named arena. Who needs a ventilator desperately but can't get one or perhaps the entire Gomez family is turned away from Queens Johar or made to wait for ICU. Beds that never materialized while there's still time to save three out of their four members. I mean what if it is these triage death which are actually closer to negligent homicide than mere viral losses. That are actually terrifying our leaders into Jakonen action rather than the total number of dead as they say. This hypothesis has the advantage of at least being consistent with the otherwise confusing and seemingly conflicting themes develop before burdens from our leaders who were caught having utterly failed in their mission to keep us prepared would have to be shifted onto our entire society as a whole think about it. The public would be asked for broad participation in something like flatten the curve and why to cover for the lack of the same. Icu beds masks. P P in ventilators that were called for in numerous academic papers over the last twenty years studying just such viral pandemic scenarios. I mean it's really quite close as the authorities now scramble at top speed to finally get the missing resources in place that should have been banked all along they would also simultaneously be preparing us to go back to work to risk regular viral rather than triage deaths. Just as soon as the shortfalls could be made up as there doesn't seem to be a highly credible plan to defeat the virus
Atlanta: Man shot to death in Buckhead; police still searching for shooter
"And bobcat channel two action news reporter Michael side and says a man was shot to death at the Peachtree park apartments right behind fresh market on Peachtree road a lot of restaurants some other shops over there now police say the victim was one of several people involved in a fight at some point this fight this altercation ended up inside a unit here where someone pulled the gun and started shooting that when officers arrived they did find a victim inside with multiple gunshot wounds to his chest now the Texas or working to determine the motive but they believe the gunmen drove off in a Ford sedan with California plates
"buckhead" Discussed on Pro Business Channel
"Shallan. We're right in the middle of buckhead that community that makes it lanta what it is got some great hostess osas morning. Oh i got a great host this morning. That's of course but i've got some great guests. Today i've got i've got lee haney who probably is going to need no introduction but he's going to tell you a little bit more by himself. A little bit later and of course katrina julia fit life creation and we are looking forward to really just counting having a mash up here of fitness. How many of you have already started your new year's resolutions. I understand october's. The time you do goal for the new year so you get all the equipment you need and we've got we you know we're going to be working on that a little bit later but looking forward to having some good times this morning and of course the bucket business show is brought to you courtesy to bucket business association for the businesses that live live live love working play and buckhead and of course make a dollar or two rightly buckhead right. Oh yeah and of course he'll pro shannon. We are all about business so there are gotcha questions. Less you wanna tell us how much weight we're going to lose. That might be a gotcha question so anyway michael barr with pleasure in the studio rich casanovas all over on the board. He's doing the magic and of course for those of you who are watching us out there. You're on the owner feeds. That's great those of us. You're going to be out there in the future. <hes> listen to this and sending it to your friends. There's gonna be some valuable stuff and as i said you might as well go in plan for next year. You're so lee haiti. You almost need no introduction better than arnold eight time olympia in <hes> mister lampien so share with us. How in the world you get into this business this man. Did you buy some dollar weights or something in a garage sale and this is how you got here on almost it did really fall guy. He'd be on the here but you know when i was six years old. I wanted to grow up and beat samson and hercules. I mean you don't have the hair for that. Nobody wanted to grow up yeah but but you know it's sort of started as a dream as a fantasy and all of a sudden it happened my parents oblige me by getting instead of wakes and let's say you know we hit the teenage. America junior miracle misdemeanor visit universe eight times to olympia. Why not might have to say i. I remember some preparation here. I've seen your story and heard about you because you've just been so good to atlanta over the years. You've been so popular here in our city as well as renting states. Did you retire the first time and when you're thirty one eight was it i had no more room moment on the mantle at my home and that's that's the same you know you got to know when to hold onto the folding but that's when you started making some real changes in your life about what you were going to do with the rest of your life which is really this we say jokingly the second half the secondhand you know sam to us success success in other areas and that's when i introduced my own product land lee haney nutrition and then i create what is called the international association of fitness science ryan which is a certification organization when people wanted to become a personal trainer then we went on to create this is the third year for what will be call- louis heinous with zeke and fitness games which is a community oriented event for the entire family strongman powerlifting aww wrestling dance cheerleading leading strongman physique mckanie name it is there so all of these different things. I've tried to use my success in establishing averaging a platform of health and fitness and wellness now. I understand also garage games. Oh yeah the garage game is not in the garage. The tough stuff is they all shoot of off of crawls fit and consists of several different fitness events. You know oh you're maybe benchpress. Squatting chennault push ups just whole combination of things so we're introducing that event this year we we also have a junior combined and we have billy white shoes johnson. He'll be there or his family game. Got it right here. That's right with the kids man and we got some great people involved in making those happen. I couldn't do it myself. My son jaffer dot com and here's the thing up along with my daughter olympia libya then we've got great people like steve martin harvey steve and marge's title sponsor along with high tech pharmaceuticals which is a a locally based company. They will have elevated afford. The salman has always been there and we use us as a fundraiser for mentoring program a half call hand his harvest house which is a mentoring program for boys so we got some great people involve <hes> benefits resource planning. We have power block super-fitness paramount acceptance just a lot of great people chick-fil-a foundation the brave foundation. All of these people are there to to make this happen well now. You're a you're a certainly headliner and you have brought. Some phenomenal people to the show are taken games to the to the product. This is happening right here in atlanta right shoes it'd it'd be happening at the georgia international convention center october the twenty seven and twenty eight so coming up pretty soon never show but we want people to be down here with you now. Now that's right. Yes you selected a venue like that. I mean this is a family friendly event right deals for everybody. We were saying something to for keys. Teenagers adults and those wanting to know more information about it can just go online at lee haney games dot com or either lee haney dot com and get get more information but it's going to be fun. A lot of great things are happening and we're trying to impact the community for good now you you've. You've kinda focus. This is back on the olympia. That's being mr olympia and i heard your daughter's name so you know that was my ninth olympia well. I'll just say you retired. The thirty one but here was the night olympia. That's come along. You know it's been an interesting career. I've gone to more than thirty different countries around the world promoting the employment of health and wellness and and then the platform that was given me by being passed chairman of the president's council on fitness that has helped the lot so it off me opportunity to help a lot of people so i'm able to impact lives of people everywhere and i'm working on a new book now tsk because i'm past fifty five talking so i'm working on a new book called fit at any age and we chronicle fitness and how it should look because fitness at age fifty fat shouldn't look like fitness at age of twenty and if you forget that you're not twenty he could be very treacherous real quick. It's called. It's called muscle extension or are doctors. Continuity in the chiropractor does for you to love you know is oftentimes. I have several doctors that i worked with and they call me to make sure their patients are given the right type of exercise program because a twenty year old don't know how a fifty euro feels well. I zolia walking largest. Don't work your fifth well and most and most of those thirty year. Old doctor's never really had a fitness program while they were twenty and twenty five there you go. You're really exactly correct now. Do we know you've written an awful lot about that very subject about the aging gently in place my my children call aging by decades and you're you're right. I i mean how important is that to get. The right. Kind of counseling has important to to kenneth kaunda judge gain measure yourself as you go through life talk about that. That's the very important you know and then the book i talk about you know the fact that i've been twenty thirty forty fifty and older now and i know what happens and how you feel during those different transitions so what i promote in the book is something called functional training training helps the functionality of the body because a natural occurrence to push the pool to stretch the band and so a exercise program for managing age should be in lambeth debt. Now i worked with a group of doctors. Matter of fact is called the flowers medical which is located in winter. He'll offer seventy five. We have of the office there which we have. I have a functional training studio so i write exercise descriptions and show people what it is that they need to be doing specifically for their age group. So that's very important missile. Anyone wanted to reach.
"buckhead" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Street shopping center in Buckhead Atlanta police lieutenant Andrea Webster says there was a dispute like their work to at least two shooters or two groups of shooters shooting at each other police hope to get a description of the suspects when business is open and surveillance video can be reviewed a deadly shooting took place at the same complex last month price plans to begin mass deportation raid Sunday am several major cities including Atlanta house minority leader Kevin McCarthy defends the raids and blames the lack of action in Congress I think if the president actually saw the house actually taking action he probably delayed even further to make sure the problem gets song about house speaker Nancy Pelosi calls the rates heartless families belong to gather every person in America has rights this brutal action will terrorize children and tear families apart the ACLU filed suit on behalf of asylum seekers saying many were not given enough time to request asylum it says those family should be exempted ice claims it'll spare migrant families in cities that maybe in the path of tropical storm bearing NWS produce time six thirty three a house hearing today and conditions a border facilities housing immigrant children could get heated I'm Jamie do pre in Washington with Democrats decrying conditions in immigrant detention facilities we cannot tolerate state sponsored child abuse lawmakers were here today from internal investigators don't have the money to provide soap toothbrushes and medical attention for children the hearing comes as the number of illegal immigrants coming in from Mexico eased a bit in June as the number of people detained by the border patrol dropped by almost thirty percent you can read more from Washington on Jamie's blog WSP radio dot com WSB news time six thirty three president trump drops his bid to get a citizenship question on next your senses but says he'll get what he wants another way I am hereby ordering every department and agency in the federal government to provide the department of commerce with all requested records regarding the number of citizens and non citizens in our country he says it'll determine citizenship for ninety percent of the people in the U. S. and can be used by the census bureau to get an official count about thirty passengers are injured after an airliner hit severe turbulence causing anyone not strapped down to slam into the cabin through the Air Canada flight from Vancouver to Sydney had to make an emergency landing in Honolulu one passenger says the pilot got on the radio and said they didn't see the turbulence on radar and had no warning this was going to happen Jackie Quinn reports several people were treated for serious injuries to the head and neck and Apollo eleven flight manual could fetch nine million dollars at auction Christie's auction house said that would put it among the most expensive printed books to ever sell an option the manual is one of the seven items that were on board Apollo eleven when it landed on the moon on July the twentieth nineteen sixty nine a reporter mark Mayfield says the optional include about two hundred pieces of space memorabilia next week marks the fifty years since the moon landing WSU's time six thirty five catch the Robert stone movie chasing the moon.
"buckhead" Discussed on Pro Business Channel
"And we are so glad to be with you this morning. We are as says the intro, says, we're brought to you by the bucket business association collaboration with all that's good members and all the things that are going on good in Buckhead. And also from our friends at serendipity labs here in Buckhead, and with many locations around the seating, we'll get back to that a little later but as I t's you with Bob Smith. You know insurance medical insurance. Boy, it is. So confused these days, Bob, we are so glad to have you with us. I would ask you to tell your bio, but I'll run part of that. But we give me that transition phrase. What took you from selling candy to go into going to the insurance business. That's a long stretch though. Well candidate get me down to Atlanta. I was providing accounts receivable financing at the time and from New York, I would travel down here and this was a territory was selling money countersue behind answering to independent staffing services..
"buckhead" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Dot com studios in Buckhead. It's fifty degrees. Now back to the best stocks now right here on biz eleven. Welcome back to the. One of the best stocks now radio hour, we are getting a rally in the market today. Six hundred point selloff yesterday. Two hundred up today that's still doesn't get us back to where we were yesterday before the market opened. But at least it's Braga we closed the first half with visa is still own visa visa beat by a penny. Not much they missed on revenue. The why is it up? Well, it's all about guidance visa raise their two thousand in nineteen guidance. So right that helps a lot it's going to be interesting this week. Tomorrow. Afternoon sometime I will see where we're at with the latest earnings estimates for the S and P five hundred for this quarter. For this year for the quarter that we're currently in and also for next year and that trend is your friend. It's absolutely critical. I'm just saying as of now, I mean, we've had one hundred we're gonna by the end of the day tomorrow. We'll have one hundred and fifty five more in the books. We'll have almost half of the S and P five hundred having reported. I don't really see much change at all to the expectations and stocks follow expectations. I hate see very little change to expectations which makes me very very suspicious of this sell off that we've seen over the last during this month of October so far leading up to a big election. Well, tesla we talked about tesla. Let's talk about apple here for a minute. Let's check in on apple Bernstein analyst, Tony suck Unagi forecast and eight hundred dollar average selling price for the iphone if prices. Keep rising, and he is raising his target price on apple from two hundred dollars a share did two hundred and twenty five dollars a share. Now we haven't heard from apple yet. Have we they're going to report in six seven days a week from Thursday a week from today? We'll hear how apple is doing. Apple will be checking in. Apple stocked up. Two percent today. Apple has only corrected. Ooh, you know, not much. It has corrected though. Thirteen dollars about six or seven percent. It's held up. Very well. Other NASDAQ's talks. No, not so well, look at the chip stocks, man, they have just been taken to the cleaners and NVIDIA has been taken to the clean. I don't own. These dogs AMD has been taken to the cleaners. Many other of the high flying chip stocks absolutely taken to the cleaners here. Why you have to have a defense. You have to have a defense on the field from time to time, and you have to have some kind of a defense or plan for each one. Of the positions in your portfolio. For instance, why would a adviser or money manager still have anything emerging market oriented or related in a portfolio? The emerging market started this to turn south in March of this year. This is October severe damage has been done. And you know, you're going to hear from them will work, passive, investors were passive stay. The course I think I'm gonna have a cartoon drawn of a of a guide in a rubber raft. Not facing forward with down the river facing backwards at telling the the group of passengers stay the course just before they're ready to go over Niagara Falls. You know, that just doesn't make any sense to me, but it's the easy way to manage money. And I think that's a big reason why. A lot of guys do it. All right. So they've got a to twenty five target on apple apples up to nineteen right now. Come on, Ted. You can do Bert Tony you can do better than that. It's going higher than that. Anyways. How about Ford today I wouldn't own Ford. But having said that Ford is having a good day. Ford is up seven and a half percent. Ford has been hitting new fifty two week lows. Why would anybody on Ford? I don't know. Well, they're happy today. You're making seven percent their North American businesses doing the heavy lifting. That's because they're China's sales of fallen off the cliff because of the. The trade war that is taking place. I have no interest in Ford. But it's good to see. I'm shirts a member of the S and P five hundred Ford was eighteen or twelve dollars a share just three or four months ago. It's now eight dollars and seventy nine cents if you own Ford in a managed portfolio of the so-called professional money manager, you'd have to ask why do I own Ford? We've got Philip Morris actually Altria. This is the MO not PM ammo version of Altria member. When Philip Morris broke into two I'll tree of beats by two cents. Now Altree isn't important stock. It's a large gap in the maybe in the Dow I think it's in the Dow to I don't know they shake up that Dow so much it's hard to keep track out. Three group is flat today. I am not a fan of outreach group nor my fan of Philip Morris, cigarette smoking is not a. Growth industry anymore. Merc beats by nickel. I'm almost positive that Merck is a member of the Dow Merck is having a bad day Merck is down one point eight percent. Merck beat by five cents. They missed on. Revenues Merck has had a problem Merck has not had a very good pipeline for new drugs in a long long time. Speaking of drug stocks, let me give you another example of whites important to have some kind of the defense. I owned a San Diego company called league and pharmaceutical in my alter growth it hit a new all-time high five weeks ago at two seventy eight. And I had a cell stop in as the market started to weaken. I lost that stock at two thirty three. About a month ago? It's now one seventy three it's down fifty more points from where I lost the stock baby. At some point in time. We'll get back into it. It's still a very good company. They still make money they still have a magnificent pipeline of interest in other biotech stocks. But as I said when the market loses its appetite for risk biotechs or the first to go. And if you look at that BIS yesterday it was up to. Or percent now. I don't think it's time yet. But that's a preview. That's a preview of what's come. This fall. Next winter next summer. I don't know when we'll let the market decide that the economy but league and has gone down a hundred points now in four weeks. Okay. That's how fast biotechs vol. You have to have a defense of some sort on the field on your individual holdings. Bristol Myers Squibb in the news today. B M Y, not good. It's down thirty five cents down three. That's a lousy chart. That's a horrible chart. Why would anybody on Bristol Myers Squibb? We've already done. AMD AMD is getting slaughtered today. Here's another prime example. Align technology, which is sold back in let me just look at when I sold the line technology. I felt like it was getting too expensive. I sold it in April at two hundred and forty two dollars per share for a one hundred and six percent, long term gain. Align technology is getting taken apart today. A wine technologies is hitting two. It's been down to two hundred is coming back a little recovering. But the stock is down twenty three percent today. You have to have a defense align technology is the company that came up with invisible line. Some guy at Stanford nodded Danis, there's gotta be a better way one of the biggest disruptors of all time, but you know, what eventually competition cat creeps up and catches up with these disrupters and other companies start to cut into their market share start to imitate what they're doing start to offer products that are even cheaper a line. I didn't like the. Valuation on the stock. I sold it. It did go up after I sold that I could have made more money on it. But I made a hundred and six percent. And now the stock is down twenty three point seven percent here today. Service now, which I used on in the news today, they beat earnings by nine cents. They beat on revenue. That's not a very pretty chart. I got stopped out of service now, however, having said that when this market starts to turn around. I do believe it will. I think maybe we have to get through the election. I service now would be on my shopping list. It's still a fast growing company hundred seventy four percent per year over the last five years seventy five percent this year growth thirty five percent anticipated next year. But it's week. It's wobbly it doesn't have it C legs. It's still under distribution, you know, the investor's business daily and the market Smith has a a through f.
"buckhead" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"A resident of the Darlington in Buckhead really the last place to live. We have Jay Wesley. Also, we have Richard Huntzinger from the housing Justice league. So right now, they are over one hundred people still left at the Darlington. When you guys started this. It was at six hundred correct. They have moved truly under arrest. They have moved. You got one hundred people plus steeled there that means that they are not moving people don't have anywhere to go. I think for the hundred forty of us that are left are in a hard situation. We still have veterans we have elderly. We have this able and then you have low income with no support or family here and also may have credit issues that prevent them from moving in. So. For the people to be living in the condition that the Darlington is in even just with no heat alone by itself, any reasonable person would have left so for the haters out there. That's trolling insane. Just move. If people could they would let me ask you this the management lied to you guys or the new owners, basically misrepresented what they were going to do that's part of your claim here. Correct. Because they said that they were going to start the renovations and work around us, and maybe at most move us to different units as the renovations was taking place. The somehow changed their mind in the process and decided to evict us, do you think that was ever a sincere plan, or do you believe they lot to you from day one just to keep you paying rent? The possibility is there, but I have no proof of it. I would like to give them the benefit of the doubt and say that they changed their mind and everyone have the right to change their mind. I just think that they knew that they had changed their mind. Sooner than they informed us. And I think they could have given us more notice, and they have other properties they have relationships. With other developers. They could have built the relationships or reached out to the CD and say, hey, MIR bottoms, this is what we're about to do reach out to the council woman. Jennifer, I say this is what we're about to do. We want to make you informed because we want to prevent people from going homeless were shot. One of the reasons I moved to Atlanta because I thought Atlanta was a place that I thought it was a place that was four of humanity. And what's happening at the Darlington shows that there is a lack of humanity and his shows because our elected officials have yet to step in and take action because there's a lot of talk among the elected officials, but no action has taken place as of yet that's really tangible to help us. Get some more background to this story on there with five residents of a low rent Buckhead, high rise have sixty days to vacate because of building renovations, but that means hundreds of people. Who live in the Darlington apartments on Peachtree road. Are now looking for a place to go CBS Forty-six Yasmina Allston as live at the apartment building at this hour. Yes, me too some people. They are afraid they say they'll become homeless. Right here. Residents told me a couple of days ago, they got a notice on their door telling them they had to be out of this building by October the seventeenth now they're asking where will they go. And can they have more time not the best place to live in for three years j Wesley is called this Peachtree road. High rise his home. I haven't been able to sleep at night, but it's been far from comfortable for the struggling entrepreneur who now has sixty days to leave. What am I gonna do? Where will I go management posted to notices around the building informing hundreds of residents of upcoming renovations that require then to be out? It puts me in a place of being homeless or going back home to Chicago Wesley says it's low rent around six hundred dollars a month for some an impossible deal to find elsewhere in the area or a lot of people are sick. So it's access to the hospitals right across the street. You have a lot of retail employees that work in the area. And it's a shame that you know, you can. Can only work in book here,.
"buckhead" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Have to be to join a dating service meeting twenty professional singles in the heart of buckhead and be married i mean nobody's going to do that i don't know if there's probably somebody out there like that is the least subtle way to go about cheating this dinner club all these people 'cause everybody knows somebody that knows somebody yeah totally so they come to you they say never been married or have a divorce she signed the papers i got the dog though in good shape she got the house and all the bills what are the common goals that you hear generally speaking obviously there will be some people that are like i don't know what i want i kinda just want to get an idea of what i want but i feel like if i don't go out there on never know what i want that kind of thing or get a lot more kind of decisive.
Florida, Indiana Middle School and Murder discussed on The Mark Arum Show
"The gulf coast beaches the georgia coast florida over main in the metro area kind of interesting parts of his pattern is that you can not necessarily get a lot of advanced warning in this kind of pattern that the skies are about to open up you'll go from just cloudy and kind of benign or even a little bit of sun to a big deluge and then back again wsb meteorologist kirk mellish tells us a flash flood watch has been issued for most of georgia alberto has become the first name tropical storm of the season witnesses say a hero teacher charged at the student firing a gun inside an indiana middle school stopping another massacre here seventhgrader ethan stone breaker weren't for him we could have a lot of us could have been hurt he pretty much protected all of us the teacher identified as jason semen a young science teacher he's recovering after surgery and other student also hurt a teen gunman is in custody a hit man convicted in the murder of a buckhead socialite thirty years ago has been released from prison philip harwood now a free man after serving a twenty year sentence authorities believe harwood was hired by lita sullivan husband james to have leader killed the retractable roof at mercedes mercedesbenz is scheduled to be open for atlanta united next weekend a one missing piece to atlanta's one and a half billion dollar venue now officials with mercedes benz stadium say the final construction phase for the roof will start on tuesday that means it'll have to be open and locked for ten days to work on the automation of the eight giant pedals that make up the structure that is not the last hurdle though once those ten days are up final commissioning we'll take a few more weeks the stadium opened last august jay black wsb news time eight thirty two wsb meteorologist kirk mellish mean to you kurt for faster like the five days that you could get another wsb advantage i mean he's spot.
Fort Lauderdale, Attorney and Trump discussed on Atlanta's Morning News
"The suspect spotted her ran over and they took her phone at gunpoint glacier says the creeks may be striking between five and seven am and midtown and buckhead to try to blend in with traffic lapd headquarters veronica waters wsb continuing team coverage of the race governor on donor sp protesters greeted gubernatorial candidates deportation bus and clarkston republican michael williams says the bus is meeting its missions doing exactly what we wanted it to do what just to bring attention to illegal immigration and the negative impact that's having on our state and our country he did not accept protesters dare to confront him face to face president trump delivers a tirade about illegal immigrants and border security during an immigration roundtable the white house does nothing for us they do nothing for described some illegal immigrants as animals and urges his attorney general to prosecute the mayor of oakland for obstruction for shielding illegals and a sanctuary city on new york city lawyer berates to women speaking spanish at lunch and midtown your buddy i candy in my country i was born and raised here in new york he then threatens to call and storms out after the video goes viral new york city's mayor response on twitter saying the city's strength is in its diversity the tsa ramps up for the summer travel season to keep airport security lines moving the tsa says it expects a record breaking summer travel season estimating some two hundred and forty three million people will pass through checkpoints between memorial day and labor day the tsa says it's already added an additional six hundred officers and expects to add a thousand more soon mark gremlin abc news flight attendants call for a doctor on board and the us surgeon general response he was on a delta flight from fort lauderdale to atlanta wednesday when someone passed out aircraft was still on the ground dr jerome adams directed the flight back to the gate of the patient was taken to the hospital as he continued through atlanta to an event in jackson delta and mississippi's governor tweet thanks wsb news time.
Bodyguard for Floyd Mayweather shot in Atlanta
"These style every day all right morning everybody is dj envy angela ye shall i mean the guy we oughta breakfast club ha tuesday was happening let's get to the rooms as talk floyd mayweather this is the rumor report with angela on the breakfast club well look like somebody was targeting floyd mayweather this happened early monday morning now according to cops they do believe there floyd mayweather was in one of the suv's in the entourage that was targeted by shooter according to cops floyd was not injured in the attack they don't know if he was actual specific target but they haven't had a suspect in custody but they believe that they were targeting floyd mayweather now the person who was shot was his bodyguard greg larosa that's who the victim has been identified as he's a longtime member of floyd's tmc bodyguard crew big bodyguards and you know if all had assume i'd say they probably put somebody out the way when the money team was coming through and somebody retaliated well we don't know what happened but we do know it all happened at three am monday morning outside the intercontinental hotel in buckhead close where returning from the hotel from a nearby nightclub that's when another vehicle pulled up beside them at the intersection of peachtree and highland drive and fired several times at one of the vehicles and all three of them fled and reported being followed for a distance one of the vehicles ended up driving to the hospital where the victim was treated for a gunshot with forty plus years old and you were for half a billion dollars is after three am in atlanta and you in front of the continental hotel you kinda was driving his party i think he left the club and then they went to waffle house i you think.
Bill Cosby, Robbery and Assault discussed on Herman Cain
"In the wsb twenty four hour news center with our top stories atlanta police tell wsb a man shot overnight outside the intercontinental hotel in buckhead works as a bodyguard for boxer floyd mayweather he's a grady with a gunshot wound to the leg and is expected to be okay police are searching for the shooter or shooters it appears this was not random getting underway now at baptist church a service marking fifty years since the funeral for dr martin luther king junior you'll be followed by march taking the same route as the funeral procession to the state capital the un security council calls an emergency meeting today to discuss the crisis in syria and a suspected chemical attack that killed dozens of civilians british prime minister theresa may says the uk will work with its allies on a response absolutely appalling attack and if this is the responsibility if this is at the hands of the assad regime is yet another example of the brutality that regime on the way in which they have treated their own president trump holds a cabinet meeting later this morning and may address the syrian crisis wsb will carry the president's comments live after eleven thirty facebook ceo mark zuckerberg meets with lawmakers on capitol hill today to discuss privacy concerns abc's rebecca jarvis says beginning today facebook will let users know if their data was shared with a political data firm who have been impacted are going to see that longer message that will alert those eighty seven million people who might have been impacted by this cambridge analytica scandal social media giant will show a protecting your information link at the top of each user seed a topless protests are charges at bill cosby as he walked into a suburban philadelphia courthouse for a sexual assault retrial today the woman jumped a barricade but was quickly arrested by sheriff's deputies she was one of several protesters greeting cosby as he arrived police in florida are searching for a gang of jewel thieves who set off fireworks and in orlando mall this woman was in the food court and took cover it a nearby store she says she feared for her life this is really bad big experienced police say the fireworks were a diversion for a jewelry store robbery eleven shopper suffered minor injuries in the chaos many thought it was gunfire on the.
Bodyguard for Floyd Mayweather Jr. shot in Atlanta attack
"In a shooting overnight outside and upscale buckhead hotel atlanta police tell wsb shooting victim is the bodyguard for boxer floyd mayweather he is expected to be okay after getting shot in the leg outside the intercontinental hotel on peachtree road police say the victim was part of an entourage returning from a club on buford highway when another vehicle pulled up beside them and someone fired several shots police are searching for the shooter or shooters the shooting apparently was not random a manhunt in georgia mississippi and tennessee for a man accused of killing his own mother and a friend your chattanooga abc's stevo ocean saami reports the suspect shared details in a now deleted facebook posts facebook posts is deeply disturbing and quite detailed in at this young man says he takes full responsibility for his alleged crimes and says he's been suicidal since high school casey law hornets considered armed and dangerous his car was found in mississippi i this is w sp twenty four hour continuing new updating the crisis in syria the united nations holds an emergency meeting and president trump hosts a cabinet meeting later this morning comes after a suspected chemical attack killing dozens of citizens in syria abc military analyst gan yard says the us has plenty of options to consider a lot of firepower in that part of the world there are ships at sea their submarines that are capable shooting tomahawk missiles bombers can be moved into the area quite easily so if the president does order some kind of a military action there's plenty of firepower on hand to conduct that wsb we'll have live coverage of the president's cabinet meeting shortly after eleven thirty hartsfieldjackson airport keeps its ranking as the world's busiest the ranking by the.
"buckhead" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"That now i can see them saying look quietly to stores like hey our response time might not be as good because we're not going to pull somebody off you know a gun chase to come do this here's what i would say if you wanna listen apd why why don't these people just call me listen apd if you need to spend less time on something how about spending less time on traffic violations because really do us a favor and just let me go fifty five a thirty five really come on you can do that in buckhead usually it's fifteen thirty five fair point so much about like somebody balking the box or just leave us alone and because we're not really criminals we're just bad drivers that's a whole other story leave us alone if you want to save time on something save time on that nonsense and go help the store owners who were trying to make a living and by the way i'll tell you this too i think.
"buckhead" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Tell greg to take it off the podcast while i think the buckhead they did we didn't our on it they check it off we run from it they ran to it and they're being rewarded for tackling the elephant in the room correct it is first of all if you're a trump supporter you're gonna love this show right 'cause roseanne is the hurt or totally digs trump laurie metcalf provides a counterpoint it's playing almost like all in the family did day with with meathead archie right and it goes beyond that like one of the the daughters has adopted a little black girl one of the daughters is a surrogate one of the oh they're talking about like their diabetes mitt it's like watching my mom and mom's like targeted have you checked your sugar yet that's something you say old people yeah they targeted the middle of the country yeah they nailed they're being rewarded and and i don't care where you live that is a really great entertaining piece of television it is zan the first time did i never did either but you should go and watch this one on demand just because it's so some of them yeah it's really really good as chat i watched it the original i didn't want someone last night oh yeah i know what they did with sarah shocks character because the one of the daughters the blonde daughter was two of them two of them they're they're both in it.
More testimony from state's star witness in Tex McIver murder trial
"Company nine one one textiles were crews removing clean what contents are actually left in the home a lot of the homes are going to be complete losses they're going to have to bulldoze in fairburn robert orlinsky wsb breaking news i i this is w sp twenty four hour continuing news the husband of the state star witness takes the stand at the text macgyver murder trial i said i'm richie that's how texts macgyver described his wealth to tom carter the husband of the woman who was behind the wheel the night mcivor fatally shot his wife in an suv carter says mcivor told him about the shooting that he fell asleep and then the damn thing just went on about three days after the killing carter says mcivor was talking to his wife at the buckhead condo he was talking to danny and he said you know we need to sit down and talk about our story carter acknowledges he does not know what mcivor wanted danny to say to police or the media at the volta county courthouse for runako waters wsb charges have been filed against douglas county teenager who phoned in a threat to a local in aa cpa office a joint investigation by marietta police and the fbi identified the suspect is a thirteen year old boy who made the call from his home in lithium springs number is top nwea cps leader deanne bonner tells channel two action news system your message no that utah that black folks when you say you want to kill us you wanna murder us case against the team will go through juvenile court it has been two weeks since a cobb county man was last seen going for a walk at kennesaw mountain national battlefield park where you feel confident that we have searched that area the best we can aggressively including near the overflow parking lot and old highway forty one were david blake's car was found two weeks of searches involving cop police fire and sheriff's office a state patrol helicopter dozens of volunteers under the guidance of cobb emergency management cobb ama director cassie maslum says the trail is cold but to blake's parents we would be happy to follow up on any way if we had something else to go on edgar treiguts wsb sweet sixteen gets underway thursday with the nc double a south regional at philips arena dame one features loyola against nevada the.
"buckhead" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Studios in buckhead it's sixty one degrees it's been bombarded by questions about personal data safeguards this follows reports that a political consultant gained inappropriate access to fifty million users data beginning in two thousand fourteen miami dade police director juan perez says recovery efforts have finished at the side of the collapse pedestrian bridge your florida international university we believe that we recovered the final two individuals final two victims from underneath the bridge so that makes a total of five people that will recover from underneath the bridge there was one individual passed away at the hospital for total of six people and i believe that is the final count nearly two weeks after a sixteen year old pennsylvania girl vanished with a forty five year old man authorities say the pair was found saturday in mexico and the man was arrested allentown police say amy you was unharmed and in good health i'm barbara kusak bloomberg sports update they want sam darnold or josh rosen or josh allen or baker mayfield one of them will likely be jet come draft the teams swapping places with a colts in the first round the jets moved from number six to number three they give indianapolis in addition to second round picks this year at a second round pick in two thousand nineteen the college basketball season over for seton hall they lost to the top seed in the midwest region kansas eightythree seventynine codeine kerogen at twenty eight and twenty four points in twenty three rebounds for angel delgado the pirates their coaches kevin willard kids really left everything four for both teams proud way my guys kept fighting back give kansas line of credit they hits a whole lot of big shots late and earned a hardfought win the number two seed in mid west do pete rhode island eighty seven to sixty two bill over the top seed in the east world alabama eightyone fifty eight in the women's tournament uconn won forty fifty to one winter over saint francis huskies break the record for most points in a women's tournament game quinnipiac knocked out by an eighty six seventy two hormones for the nba locals knicks outscored charlotte forty two seventeen in the third and rolled a one twenty four one zero one tim hardaway junior at twenty five at barclays and that's tom dallas one fourteen to one zero six.
"buckhead" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Of buckhead victim was inside the coffee shop on peachtree road when one of the suspects grabbed his mac book and randall white 2015 honda fit there's nothing to stop them to take the laptop he tells channel two action news he jumped on the head of the car from my lives in danger and everyone on the busy street a danger is even the cops the victim suffered minor injuries when he fell off of moving car deeming conditions to dangerous police called off a chase mark alewine wsb neighbors in henry county say it may be time to move after shots were fired at a home along buckingham place hours after a burglar smashed his way into the homes garage maga scare especially it on all why mass from channel 2 action news they suspect drug activity though the neighborhood reportedly as surveillance cameras in a license plate reader but no arrests have been made an advocacy group wants to hear from police tonight the carter's bill town hall of what happened during a drug bust on new year's is called justice for the carter still seventy host you by the georgia care project we are going to talk about the hold drug policy with the drug cash for gerald griggs was the attorney for one of the dozens arrested at the house party were some marijuana and cocaine was found charges were dropped against all the one person but many lost jobs during the legal process griggs says there could be a civil legal action filed against local authorities if they are open to negotiation then you know we may have to proceed with litigation edgar treiguts wsb wsb news time eight fifty six it's more than it's still not the spring of on weather and traffic for your clark howard today's forecast here's wsb meteorologist kirk mellish turning mostly sunny today high fifty six to fifty nine currently it's 45 on.
"buckhead" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Of showers developing for monday highs upper 50s live from the outlet onlinecom studios in buckhead it 68 degrees news time is five thirty five spearfishing has.
"buckhead" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Outlet onlinecom studios in buckhead it's 45 degrees name is six thirty two this is biz eleven ninety gene gene gene yes gene mm gene uh uh gene uh yeah.
"buckhead" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"And that would be i i presume to build a park over georgia 400 can you chime in on your thoughts of all of that what you know about it what you think about it and what you think the odds are that coming to fruition the park is a great idea that the resident here on the commercial court now just about it many other at residential and if there are commercial and to have more grain faith would be wonder all it is concerning about the attack that that the route eight buckhead he ideas cheating to go the study that are red at the moment does not say it did not include moltke plant family and turn the condominium and sharon home yet they concern is with the atlantic city council and downing we are a family unit so there would probably need hit be an interpretation of that and how what what if there is attacked i think the voters should decide and if they want that hacked and also have representation after the fat right now the commercial improvement districts do not allow a record at reading in ending zone to beyond those bart so you have to look to the city council to handle these issues and concerns that they are concerned the president would like to see also from potential oversight from the city in general because it's not only about buckhead concern if you wealth others see i eat can't pop up and there can also be special services districts that could be put into play where other people would be cat pay or something that is not even and they're down yeah and i've said this a couple all over atlanta this isn't just buckhead in the city of atlanta this could happen anywhere there's a see id or a new commercial improvement district so it could be anywhere in the in the region where those districts occur and ultimately i agree with you that the park is a good thing a lot of people links a waste of money but if it's properly paid foreignfunded i believe that raises the property values inherently thus raising the tax base in there shouldn't be a tax increase it seems that government in this case would be atlanta city council the.
"buckhead" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Thing and i hope the city council agrees i actually hope the residents of buckhead understand that and agree with it as well so now it's going to be a little bit of a chain of has i think if this gets passed through removed it'll kind of forced the city's hand a little bit in improving the transit options in the in the sitting right it away that's that's i think the point out look here's the other thing is not going to take parking spaces away right right parking spaces aren't going to go away right but here's another really interesting thing to think about molly fletcher it you know we're looking into a world now where everything is going to change as it relates to driving and people keep saying we're going to end up with these sort of barron empty parking lots now book that's not going to happen next year but down the road when selfdriving cars but come a thing and ridesharing becomes more prevalent you don't need to park if you're in a rideshare cher cher so are we going to end up with you know parking lots getting converted into studio apartments or may know what i mean i think gets what we need now i mean i've seen some some stuff some other things locally right where we're we're we're seeing folks building parking deck and things like that i think you know what i mean i think it's what we need now for sure and who knows where it'll go i mean it's like with with technology now it's amazing as much as i travel i get on these airplanes and they're all oh yeah and we can do all these you know it video conferences but people still want to be in front of other people in so a who would've thought right that maybe that when it looked like that and it does so that's true you know it's funny that you say that because i was at an event the other an extra was on a panel and uh somebody that we were talking about networking and how people do it and all of that and one of the when and on the panel suggested did that were also busy that she just first in nine over skype and you know when she said of doing a coffee or a launch that's what she does and i was sitting there thinking to myself hopefully.
"buckhead" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"We buckhead okay woken up then then the tell me that didn't tell me what you think do we ha do we need to have open borders in this country yes or no yet obligation under it only they know we why it could you don't understand you don't understand i understand that there is a law against coming to this country illegally i also understand because i'm a father that if i was trying to feed my family i would do anything to that end including breaking the law that's not what i mean asking you what i'm asking you you say you love the country then you know the country is a country ruled by law that's what keeps it from being a banana republic forever he in your heart of hearts should this country have open borders no our why aren't out articles show stop the judge with owiny yet yet okay well you can be selective that's why you that's part of the reason you have an immigration law is you have to be able do have some checks and balances at the border otherwise terrorist can in drugs can come in human trafficking can commit you can separate or wait a minute are you a good person okay you will you go over there you're a drug trafficker okay you go over there at you can't you can't do that that's not the way the you run a country freddie i i appreciate the call probably more than you realize right now but it's a it's it's a situation where you have to say okay very a mistake was made some time ago we need to figure out a way to fix it and by the way just so you know nobody else gets to come in and if you come in illegally you're going to be prosecuted this is rick roberts on red eye radio josh would would i radio toll free at eight six six movie red eye if you've driven over a million accidentfree miles than register at any petro stopping center and joined the red eye radio million mile club big news huge.
"buckhead" Discussed on WSB-AM
"A shooting at a buckhead apartment complex residents at the lx and lennox near east paces ferry helped the victory could be it can happen when you're at the mall could happen when iraq and home and he still channel two action news the victim was robbed near lennick square mall but he followed his attackers to the complex where he was shot he was listed in critical but stable condition stone mountain denies a request by the ku klux klan to burn a cross inside the park klan member from dublin georgia says the socalled lighting ceremony was meant to commemorate the 1915 revival of the klan at stone mountain about the parks memorial association says they don't want anything to do with white nationalist groups a spokesman says the event would put visitors endanger the last of more than forty prison guards a sentence today for helping a drug operation involving inmates what started as a probe into smuggled cell phones is led to forty six georgia corrections officers conduct the drug smuggling foreign inmate gang uniformed officers would pick up drugs black packages cocaine meth in red a bag for transporting and 1500 dollars cash in the parking lot of the tangarare linen locus grove the exchanges captured by hidden cameras the last of the officers now to be sentenced one law enforcement official told the ajc we knew there was a problem we didn't appreciate the severity chris camp wsb cherokee county plans to spend just over a hundred grand on new equipment for the sheriff's office includes 25 do taseer's and four license plate readers tasters will be used by uniformed deputies and employees at the adult detention center the county's buying the geared directly from the manufacturer in scottsdale arizona wsb news time eight forty wires 19 minutes till the hour news weather and.