19 Burst results for "Chris Record"

A Little Hack To Make Amazing Ads That Convert

Marketing Secrets

05:00 min | 5 months ago

A Little Hack To Make Amazing Ads That Convert

"Alright. So we've seen our spent a Lotta Times creating ads and thinking about like what's the ad hoc where we can get someone's attention and The other day I was swiping through instagram or something and I try attention. What are the things? Get me to stop right where things I read. Look at him. I was looking different things. And that's sort of like a watch. My kids my kids. They're really big into all these. These things that are satisfying will satisfying. This is the thing so satisfying like these weird art things with slime sand or with shredding metal in a metal shredder. Like all these crazy things and I was like Oh man. What if we did these different things and tournament ads right and the other day so I was when instagram search and start searching for like cool art or satisfying or slime or is type in keywords and I started seeing all these different cool art things And I started disliking a bunch of like falling their pages of steps. Then start showing up on my feet and now it's my newsfeed are seeing all these cool crazy aren't things that people do right by drying and All sorts of things but the other day I saw one that caught my attention I watched for men probably a minute straight and it was this guy and he does pancake art and so the cameras above this pancake and he's drawing this pitcher and you're seeing it. It's pretty cool. And then we gets done. He takes it and flips it over and as soon as he flips over pancake you see the finished pancake and now. I watched that I went to watch like probably ten or fifteen of them. My kids and it was so cool. You kinda like always drawing. Elsa is drying whatever sees everything's until he flips the pancake over your exactly what it is and he flips it over and the details looks amazing and It says like Oh my gosh. Look how much this sucked into the into watching this and I watched so many kids them I was like how can I get this to become an ad and I was like a pancake on my face? That's annoying no one wants to see pancake my face on what can you do? What can I do and I was like what if I haven't the pancake of the the book covers of dotcom secrets. Expert Secrets Traffic Secrets and say emailed the the guys on the channel as they. Hey how much it would cost for me to have you. Pancake art my books and it was a couple of hundred bucks per book. It was not not that expensive wired the money and just today I got back three pancake. That were flipped over. Then doing my book and flipping over and they turned out so cool. They're amazing nominate goes tournament a little ads. Youtube ads facebook ads. Instagram is budget variations. Because look at come back to to step number one right. We talk a lot about like Hook Story. Offer hoax story off the hook grabs attention and the story and then the offers. I figure the pancakes the hook right. You're like what does he drawing the boom over while the watching that can tell the story of what's happening with what he's doing why wrote book flips over. It's done and then make the offer from you'll get free copy of the book so I have no idea now if the ads can work if it's not gonNA work because it'd be successful or not successful but I do notice to get hook and it's GonNa be really fun and I'm excited to test it out Especially look at some of the ADS. We make we spend tons of my just my phone but you never know what the hooks going to be the grab. Someone's attention so for a couple hundred bucks to test it. It's it's really exciting so I'm excited for that started. After that I started looking into clean Mesa Google or finding claymation and I've message probably ten different claymation. Artists are making claymation ads and stuff like that. So it's just fun new things. You brought up when he goes to start going to instagram and facebook. Reverend started looking at art but the arts the cool designers look at People. That are doodling sketching. That are doing just whatever. Or they're creating things their hands like just any kind of art that that grabs. Your attention are falling over channels. You can in the more towns you follow them all the moral chopin. Your search results please are seeing all these have been cool cool things and then go reach out to the creators is Hey. Dot added created the image. That was amazing. Pay You whatever. Have you Chris on that for for me my company and like I said for us the pancake art? It was a couple hundred bucks per per book covering the turnout socal and who knows that could be the AD. That's the one that blows up. It's funny because I remember Folks are GONNA work a couple years ago. We had the harm brothers. Do our very first video with them. In turn amazing we loved it. We spent tons of energy and money. We just big launch with big bubble soccer also stuff in the did good he got on a million or so views and it was good And then like a week later Chris. Record Wrap Sunny D. rappers. Quick Funnels Rep and he just made it as as a joke. Essential get red and that and that video actually got more impressions. More views and more cells. Click funnels in this one. We'd spent hundreds of thousands of dollars creating so you never know what the hooks going to be created tons of hooks and try thing after thing after thing after thing just trying to think this is really fun unique way so for my side time embarrassing around like what I'm doing now is looking for artists. Who create little things that you a quick thirty second grab their tension just to tell your story and and and do the next thing

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"chris record" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"chris record" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

"I definitely am. Thank you very much. All right. Well, thanks for joining us on hip parade the bridge. Thank you, Chris. Oh, man. Chris record. Here is really not good. I think it's been about six months since I've actually gotten that question. Right. Well, I kinda love our listeners for it. But I mean that was a hard question. I I was really hard. I didn't know that Creedence Clearwater revival was from California. I always thought that they were some sort of, you know, Louisiana swamp ban because that's sound like, right? No that much I knew and that's one of the interesting paradox of credence as a band is that they sound like they're from the by. They even had a hit called born on the bayou, but they are from California, and, you know, their leader, John Fogerty is this really interesting figure he he's almost like the ultimate American hit maker fifty years ago in the sense that he had you know, elements of rock and country and pop and even a little bit of in be like their first big hit was was an R&_B cover all baked into this music. He wrote in and he he wrote these just irrepressible songs that were instantly. Catchy. And in the case of a song problem. Mary iconic. There's a reason why that became a hit twice not only by credence, but then just a year later for continue Turner, as you know, in a much more Aren be rave up for him. So I wanna talk about this unusual record that Creedence Clearwater revival has it's one of the fun bits of chart trivia, if you talk to billboard Chartered's, everybody likes to recite this data point that credence have five number two hits. And they never went to number one. But also talk a little bit. As you saw that last trivia question about the number one hits that blocked credence some of them are classics. I I mentioned three of them in that question. Some of them are not and one of the things I like to remind people of that as great as the sixties were and is amazing. The music of the sixties was a lot of the hits of sixty eight sixty nine seventy we're not classics. You know, they were, you know, goofy little novelty records that you know, were just a massive hits in their day and credence was blocked. By songs as great as bridge over troubled water, and let's call the more minor hits. And we'll we'll talk about them when we do our next full length episode. So I'm really excited to listen. Because I think this is some trivia, you probably don't know. But my go-to karaoke song is proud Mary really excited. Yes. It is. It's it's it is the credence version. Interesting. Yeah. I think it's just one of the reasons I pick it for karaoke strategy is it's a song. Everybody knows and loves so the singing of the crowd around you really drowns me out. So it's it's really more strategy. But I can't wait to listen. I'm a big fan of CR, so I'm really looking forward to it. And thank you so much again for having me on this episode of the bridge. It's always a pleasure to have you on teacher. I'm TJ Rafael, the senior producer for this league podcast network, and I'm personal anti coupon marching on the one..

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"chris record" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"chris record" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"CBS news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief. I'm Peter King. Wall Street is regained most of its losses from Christmas Eve, Kevin hasher chairs the president's council of economic advisers and says he's out mystic about the big picture. The information. We're getting is that the fundamentals remain extremely sound that Christmas sales are through the roof GP in the fourth quarter is looking like it's going to be very close to if not above three again. And so I think that the momentum that we saw this year is carried forward to next year seaport securities corporations. Ted Weisberg says people shouldn't planet. Forget, you know, we we've come off a market that permits trading lows of March of oh nine to its trading. Highs of just a month or so ago, the market has tripled in value. And this is the first major wheel selloff we've seen in the last eight or nine year right now, the Dow is up five hundred twenty five points don't expect any movement on the government shutdown anytime soon CBS's Steve Dorsey is. At the White House. President Trump pledges to keep the government shutdown until he gets billions of dollars for a southern border wall. He says it's up to Democrats in the Senate. A Democratic Party source tells CBS news the White House offered two point one billion dollars for border security, plus four hundred million dollars for President Trump's other immigration priorities, which Democrats dismiss as a slush fund after the death of a second child at the southern border. Many like the ACLU's Chris record ask how this happened since seven and eight year olds die when toddlers tear gassed when families are separated. There's something wrong to the.

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"chris record" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"chris record" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"This is the KRLD morning news. Thank you for being with us this morning. Mike has some morning on top story at the bottom of the hour. Another child has died along the border CBS news update. More questions are being raised about the treatment of immigrant children. Now that a second child has died and US custody CBS is Ana Warner customs and border protection said in a statement, the eight-year-old Guatemalan boy was already and see BP custody when he became ill and was taken to a New Mexico hospital. He was initially diagnosed with a common cold, then a fever. He died Christmas. Eve officials have now ordered medical checks on all kids in custody. Chris record of the ACLU says this administration has put deterrence and enforcement head of humane treatment of people when you see family separations teargassing of toddlers and two tragic deaths of seven and eight year olds there's something wrong with what the HSA is doing record says the president and the department of homeland security must be held accountable. Yesterday, a seven-year-old girl also from Guatemala was buried in her home village. She also died earlier this month in US custody. CBS news update, I'm Gary Nunn. On the other side of the world relief efforts are continuing today for the victims of that Indonesian. Sue, NAMI, the disaster over the weekend killed at least four hundred twenty nine people, and that number could still rise thousands are without homes. The west coast of Java is one of the hardest. Hit regions Tommy is from the Christian minority and on a day. He should be celebrating his busy picking up the pieces of his retirement plan or market worth. Right. India? I was with my guests rash or huge wave that rent over the yard. I shouted this might be NAMI, I asked the people to move up to the second floor, and then the next wave came in so quickly, but guess who were in the lobby with all older waiters road, the special forces are still jointly conducting rescue operations with the national search agency across the affected regions. That is the BBC's Samir hush me Christmas. He has come and gone, but the partial government shutdown just keeps going partial government shutdown is now in day five with no sign of an end soon, certainly not from the White House. The government's gotta be open. The standoff is over President Trump's border wall that he used to say Mexico would pay for but with no sign of that Democrats in congress say they won't have US taxpayers. Do it either. The president insists people of this country want border security. It's not a question of me. I'd rather not be doing shutdowns bought a quarter of the federal government remains more or less so shutdown. Tom Foty, CBS news, Washington. Well, a bowl game with the new name is set for tonight at the Cotton Bowl in fair park. It used to be called the heart of Dallas bowl attendance there fell to about twenty thousand last year's the city council voted eighty six in September to give ESPN three hundred thousand dollars to keep hosting the game at the stadium. So this year they've changed the name to the first responders bowl able Boise state versus Boston College and police from North Texas will be honored at halftime playing a police officer Taylor rust ran into a house without backup killed a man who shot nine people in two thousand seventeen the first responders bowl will also honor to red oak police officers who saved a three year old boy who was choking and Attaran Tarantini county sheriff's deputy who apply to turn it into a man's arm. After a crash before paramedics arrived will also be honored. The bowl game will also recognize the coastguard investigator and the Commissioner of public safety at the Dallas county community college district the day after Christmas is always a tough one now for the people affected by those tornadoes three years ago. Tonight, people in Rowlett will stop to remember them thirteen people killed in that city during the e f four tornado in two thousand fifteen nine were killed in garland damage extensive rally at city councilwoman Debi Bobbitt told NBC five the cleanup brought out the best in her neighbors. I think it's in our nature to help others and this community. Oh my goodness. Tonight, the community will gather a trade bluebonnets park in front of a new sculpture of a Phoenix, Bob. It says an image of a bird that rises from its own. Ashes is a fitting place for remembrance and solace. A sixteen minute silence will be observed. That's the length of time that tornado was on the ground. It all begins at six thirty this evening. It is six thirty five coming up. We're going to take a look at what is trending online, including did Miley Cyrus, get married. Jordan peele. You may remember he did the movie get out where he just released a trailer for a new horror movie and the stores where you can find seventy percent off starting today. We'll.

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CBSCBS And US discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

01:01 min | 1 year ago

CBSCBS And US discussed on 24 Hour News

"CBS CBS news update. More questions are being raised about the treatment of immigrant children. Now that a second child has died and US custody CBS is Ana Warner customs and border protection said in a statement, the eight year old Guatemalan boy was already in cbp custody when he became ill and was taken to a New Mexico hospital. He was initially diagnosed with a common cold, then a fever. He died Christmas. Eve officials have now ordered medical checks on all kids in custody. Chris record of the ACLU says this administration has put deterrence and enforcement ahead of humane. Treatment of people when you see family separations, teargassing toddlers and two tragic deaths of seven and eight year olds. There's something wrong with what the is doing record says the president and the. Department of homeland security must be held accountable yesterday. Seven-year-old girl also from Guatemala was buried in her home village. She also died earlier this month in US custody. CBS news update, I'm Gary Nunn. A Christmas has come and

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"chris record" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"chris record" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Certain drugs based on the cheaper prices. Paid by other nations. HHS says pharmaceutical makers charge at least twice as much for the same medicines. As in other developed countries, drug companies argue, that's because of higher liability risks and longer times to get approval in the US, the move by the Trump administration comes two weeks before the crucial midterm elections and a crucial voting bloc is the target the president noting that US drug makers and their research often get caught up in other countries demands for lower prices the world rapes the benefits of American genius and innovation while American citizens. And especially our great seniors were hit the hardest pick up the tab. But most industrialized nations have forms of government run healthcare in drug price controls that Republicans and even some Democrats have long denounced as bad for the United States. Bob Costantini, Washington. Health regulators have approved the first new type of flu drug in. In two decades. Correspondent Jan Johnson. Reports last winter the government counted some eighty thousand Americans who died a flu and it's complications the highest death toll in at least four decades. Now just in time for this year's flu season comes a new pill Zoff loser. The pharmaceutical firm Rosh which also makes tamiflu says so fluid can reduce flu symptoms after just one dose and it works about as well as tamiflu which is also available in cheaper generic versions. The newly approved drugs meant for people aged twelve and older. Jan johnson. Washington thousands of migrants continue walking north toward the US. As part of a caravan that originated in Honduras, Camilla Bernal is in Mexico City and tell us why many of the people say they're fleeing their country. They walked north for days and still have hundreds of miles to go. Lydia. A single mother says she has faith that she and her children will make it to the US, but it's been hard the heat and other injuries have forced some to slow down along the way the Red Cross has five ambulances with twenty paramedics and officials in Mexico City are making plans to help the migrants no matter where they decide to go. We are preparing. So that every state can support the migrants on the journey with ambulances and paramedics because even though the Mexican government is trying to stop them. There's too many of them, and they continued to advance. Runaway. Many like mighty Dona say they needed to escape Central America. John. She says she was charged war taxes extortion by gang members. And is now fleeing violence with the hope of giving her daughter a better life in Mexico City of coming Lubber now reporting a move by greyhound bus lines near the southern US border has raised eyebrows. At the American Civil Liberties union. Stephan Kaufman is in Arizona and brings us that greyhound bus passengers who travel with an hundred miles of a border crossing in states such as Arizona, California. Washington Texas are facing the risk of being subjected to warrantless searches and arrests by federal immigration officers. Greyhound is allowing agents to board their buses Chris record with the American Civil Liberties union enforcement needs a certain level of suspicion to board buses or trains. They shouldn't be doing random sweeps, and what results from that is discriminatory law enforcement, it's racial profiling Rickard says law enforcement. Needs to respect the constitution. The supreme court was very clear that border patrol has. No additional thority to go around the fourth amendment that probable cause. Or a warrant is needed. The ACLU contends that greyhound has the right to control the space is in its buses, and is asking the company that I consider an adequate level of suspicion before permitting, the search and seizure of someone what we're doing is bringing these stories to greyhounds attention and saying that their silence there is really choosing aside and leading to actual deportations and separations of immigrant families..

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"chris record" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"chris record" Discussed on KOMO

"M street. I'm Jay Phillips. Komo news. One. Welcome back to America in the morning. It's nine before the our President Trump considers options such as executive order to block the Central American caravan from US entry move by greyhound bus lines near the border has raised eyebrows. At the American Civil Liberties union. Stephan Kaufman is in Arizona and brings us that greyhound bus passengers who travel with an hundred miles of a border crossing in state searches Arizona, California, Washington, Texas are facing the risk of being subjected to warrantless searches and arrests by federal immigration officers. Greyhound is allowing agents to board their buses Chris record with the American Civil Liberties union enforcement needs a certain level of suspicion to board buses or trains. They shouldn't be doing random sweeps, and what results from that is discriminatory line forcement, it's racial profiling Rickard says law enforcement needs to respect the constitution. The supreme court was. Very clear that border patrol has no additional authority to go around the fourth amendment that probable cause. Or a warrant is needed. The ACO. You contains that greyhound has the right to control the space is in its buses, and is asking the company that I consider an adequate level of suspicion before permitting, the search and seizure of someone. What we're doing is bringing these stories to greyhounds attention and saying that their silence there acquiesced in this is really choosing aside and leading to actual deportations and separations of immigrant families. So far greyhound is refusing to listen to a L you lawyers. Stephan Kaufman Prescott. Arizona back to the clock. Let's synchronize our watches at twelve till a Texas woman is cancer free. After thousands of people watched doctors removed a tumor from her breast correspondent Clayton Neville says the procedure was streamed live on Facebook to raise awareness for breast cancer doctors at Methodist Charlton hospital and. Dallas told fifty year old Sonia Johnson in December that she had a cancerous tumor on her breast nearly a year later close to fifty thousand people watched it be removed with the lumpectomy. Sonia says she agreed to have her surgery shown to raise awareness for screenings. Broadcasting..

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"chris record" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"chris record" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Welcome back to America in the morning. It's nine before the our President Trump considers options such as executive order to block the Central American caravan from US entry a move by greyhound bus lines near the border has raised eyebrows. At the American Civil Liberties union. Stephan Kaufman is in Arizona and brings us that greyhound bus passengers who traveled with an hundred miles of a border crossing in states such as Arizona, California. Washington Texas are facing the risk of being subjected to warrantless searches and arrests by federal immigration officers. Greyhound is allowing agents to board their buses Chris record with the American Civil Liberties union enforcement needs a certain level of suspicion to board buses or trains. They shouldn't be doing random sweeps, and what results from that is discriminatory law enforcement, it's racial profiling Rickard says law enforcement needs to respect the constitution. The supreme court was very clear that border patrol has no additional authority to go around the fourth amendment's that probable cause a warrant is needed. The ACLU contends that greyhound has the right to control the space is in its buses, and is asking the company that I consider an adequate level of suspicion before permitting, the search and seizure of someone what we're doing is bringing these stories to greyhounds attention and saying that their silence their acquiescence in this is really choosing aside and leading to actual deportations and separations of immigrant families. So far greyhound is refusing to listen to ACLU lawyers. Stephan Kaufman Prescott Arizona back to the clock. Let's synchronize our watches at twelve till a Texas woman is cancer free. After thousands of people watched doctors removed a tumor from her breast correspondent Clayton Neville says the procedure was streamed live on Facebook to raise awareness for breast cancer doctors at Methodist. Charleston hospital in Dallas told fifty year old Sonia Johnson in December that she had a cancerous tumor on her breast nearly a year later close to fifty thousand people watched it be removed with a lumpectomy. Sonia says she agreed to have her surgery shown to raise awareness for screenings..

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"chris record" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"chris record" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Welcome back to America in the morning. It's nine before the our President Trump considers options such as executive order to block the Central American caravan from US entry a move by greyhound bus lines near the border has raised eyebrows. At the American Civil Liberties union. Stephan Kaufman is in Arizona and brings us that greyhound bus passengers who travel within a hundred miles of border crossing in state touches, Arizona, California, Washington, Texas are facing the risk of being subjected to warrantless searches and arrests by federal immigration officers. Greyhound is allowing agents to board their buses Chris record with the American Civil Liberties union needs a certain level of suspicion to board buses or trains. They shouldn't be doing random sweeps, and what results from that is discriminatory law enforcement, it's racial profiling Rickard says lawn force. Needs to respect the constitution. The supreme court was very clear that border patrol has no additional authority to go around the fourth amendment probable cause. Or a warrant is needed. The ACLU contends that greyhound has the right to control the space is in its buses, and is asking the company that I consider an adequate level of suspicion before permitting, the search and seizure of someone what we're doing is bringing these stories to greyhounds attention and saying that their silence there in this is really choosing aside and leading to actual deportations and separations of immigrant families. So far greyhound is refusing to listen to ACLU lawyers. Stephan Kaufman Prescott Arizona back to the clock. Let's synchronize our watches at twelve till a Texas woman is cancer free. After thousands of people watched doctors removed a tumor from her breast correspondent Clayton Neville says the procedure was streamed live on Facebook to raise awareness. For breast cancer doctors at Methodist Charlton hospital in Dallas told fifty year old Sonia Johnson in December that she had a cancerous tumor on her breast nearly a year later close to fifty thousand people watched it be removed with a lumpectomy. Sonia says she agreed to have her surgery shown to raise awareness for screenings. To.

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"chris record" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"chris record" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Welcome back to America in the morning. It's nine before the our President Trump considers options such as executive order to block the Central American caravan from US entry a move by greyhound bus lines near the border has raised eyebrows. That the American Civil Liberties union. Stephan Kaufman is in Arizona and brings us that greyhound bus passengers who traveled with an hundred miles of a border crossing in states such as Arizona, California. Washington Texas are facing the risk of being subjected to weren't Lewis searches and arrests by federal immigration officers. Greyhound is allowing agents to board their buses Chris record with the American Civil Liberties union enforcement needs a certain level of suspicion to board buses or trains. They shouldn't be doing random sweeps, and what results from that is discriminatory law enforcement, it's racial profiling Rickard says law enforcement needs to respect the constitution. The supreme court was very clear that border patrol has no additional authority to go around the fourth amendment that probable cause row warranties needed. The ACLU contains that greyhound has the right to control the space is in its buses, and is asking the company that I consider an adequate level of suspicion before permitting, the search and seizure of someone. What we're doing is bringing these stories to greyhounds attention and saying that their silence there acquiesced in this is really choosing aside and leading to actual deportations and separations of immigrant families. So far greyhound is refusing to listen to ACLU lawyers. Stephan Kaufman Prescott Arizona back to the clock. Let's synchronize our watches at twelve till a Texas woman is cancer free. After thousands of people watched doctors removed a tumor from her breast correspondent Clayton Neville says the procedure was streamed live on Facebook to raise awareness for breast cancer doctors at method. Charleston hospital in Dallas told fifty year old Sonia Johnson in December that she had a cancerous tumor on her breast nearly a year later close to fifty thousand people watched it be removed with a lumpectomy. So new says she agreed to have her surgery shown to raise awareness for screenings..

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"chris record" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"chris record" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Year old boy arrested after being found with a handgun at a school. In Lancaster, sheriff's deputies were called to Gifford see coal middle school, this after officials heard about a possible gun on the campus and during a search they discovered the weapon inside the boys backpack. Ana police needs some help and trying to defy four people who were involved in an attempted murder case, it's activists have released video of the incident a boyfriend and girlfriend park their car outside of a restaurant near seventeenth and main street a car with two men and two women pulls up the group start talking and it turns ugly fast suspect armed with a handgun fires. One round at our victims missing the suspects. He didn't the vehicle gets out. Immediately. Punches are victim in the face, corporal. Anthony Brittania was CNN PD says the man with the gun tried to shoot. Again. The victim's girlfriend was hitting the foot all the suspects. Get into the Hyundai sonata and flee the scene. He says detectives wanna talk to witnesses rind away in are asking anyone with information to come. Forward Cooper, Rummell KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. Consumer watchdog is similar to the California Public utilities commission. Calling for an end to plan blackouts during windy day. Consumer advocacy group says high wind advisories should not be a reason for utilities to cut or threatened to cut power as many did over the weekend in California want the public to worry. They want the legislature to relieve them of liability. Causes fires. They are engaging in what is called blackout blackmail. Consumer watchdog Jamie court says they want the PUC to investigate each instance of it. Here's we're left out at school was at seniors calling us because they've been threatened by shutdowns and are worried about their their safety. So Cal Edison says it did not implement any proactive blackouts and says it would only do so as a last resort. And if there was an imminent threat. The utility says in July the PUC gave utilities a strict protocol to follow before cutting power on windy days. Karen Adams, Canucks, ten seventy NewsRadio. Civil rights, lawyers and activists trying to stop the searches and arrest of some people riding buses and states along the border with Mexico's passengers who travelled near border crossing are facing the risk of being subjected to warrantless searches and arrests by federal immigration officers. Greyhound is allowing agents to board their buses Chris record with the American Civil Liberties union enforcement meets a certain level of suspicion to board buses or trains. They shouldn't be doing random sweeps. What results from that is discriminatory line? Forcement Ray hound is refusing to listen to ACLU lawyers. Stephan Kaufman, CBS news Prescott. Arizona. It's twelve twenty time for your money the late CEO of Fiat Chrysler, Sergio Marchi only had been a big champion of consolidation in the auto industry. Now, it's starting to happen. Just not the way he envisioned two of Japan's biggest carmakers are teaming up with partners for a new push into ride hailing and self driving cars Toyota, joining up with SoftBank and Honda with General Motors or working going to work together on jointly developed purposeful autonomous vehicle GM. President Dan Ammon says a lot of money is involved here, including a SoftBank investment GM as well. Softbank invested two and a quarter billion ponders bringing two point seven five billion. So the table SoftBank has ties both to GM and Toyota's efforts to adjust a future transportation. Toyota's president says this is a once in a century shift and GM Zaman says the future will look entirely. Different allows us to set aside know, decades and decades of automotive design completely reimagined what.

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"chris record" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"chris record" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Have traveled with the face. So we gave things like the city should pay for it. That actually often means it's a subway ride is he should pay for it. But. On a disproportionate population of our city at the chamber street. Subway station, MAC, Rosenberg WCBS, NewsRadio. Eight eighty thousands of central Americans hoping to make it to America's storm the gates blocking the exit from Guatemala to Mexico. They were pushed back by Mexican police who attacked them with pepper spray. KGB TV reporter Abril prosciutto is alongside the border in mcallen, Texas. She reports that there's about a thousand people still on that bridge as the caravan nearly three thousand immigrants from Central America continue the journey north towards the United States. Mexican authorities are preparing for what's to calm, a large group of immigrants broke through close at the Guatemala, Mexico border. Mexican authorities have made a point that they are stepping up their security in a video released by the Mexican federal police officers are seen arriving fully geared to the border in the state of chop boss. Some women and children and made their way toward the front of the caravan on men were at the back. They've also moved about thirty feet back from the gate that separates them from Mexican police to establish a buffer area about a thousand migrants still remain on that bridge. Now, President Trump's rhetoric about the migrants in his tactics. Apparently, not meeting with approval among the US electorate CBS news correspondent chip Reid. Traveling with the president talks about the new poll the president's rhetoric denouncing immigration does not appear to be working in his favor. According to a recent CBS news poll only thirty nine percent of registered voters approve of Mr. Trump's handling of immigration and bus riders in border states. Now face the risk of government, search and arrest versed passengers who travelled near border crossing are facing the risk of things objected to warrantless searches and arrests by federal immigration officers. Greyhound is allowing agencies to board their buses Chris record with the American Civil Liberties union enforcement needs a certain level of. Suspicion to board buses or trains. They shouldn't be doing random sweeps. What results from that is discriminatory line? Forcement Ray halladay is refusing.

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"chris record" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"chris record" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Good morning. I'm mark. Austin Thomas our top stories at four thirty President Trump praising Saudi Arabia for acknowledging the dissident journalist Jamal kashogi was killed in the Saudi consulate in Turkey and for arresting eighteen Saudis a connection with his death. I think it's a good first step. It's a big step to a lot of people a lot of people involved. And I think it's a great first step. Mr. Trump says what happened is unacceptable, but he doesn't want any US sanctions to include ending arm. Sales democratic congressman Adam Schiff tells ex president has its priorities wrong, basically that US policy is for sale, and if you're going to give us arms contracts, then you can literally get away with murder that's the application of what he's saying. That's not what America stands for shift says the Saudi kingdom must be held responsible for the death of kashogi. And if the White House doesn't take the lead then. Congress must well. Now that we know the truth about kashogi, what will the US responsibly not an awful lot of confidence in the US reaction from one prominent global analyst, the White House needs this crisis to go away almost as much as the Saudi royals wants it to go away. Reefa Guccione's the vice president of global analysis with the geopolitical think tank strat for this emphasis by the Trump White House on the need to respect an investigation and pursue quote on quote, row killers. You know, there is also this value that President Trump puts in his personal relationship with Mohammed bin the crown prince gugans says her most interesting takeaway from the Saudi admission is that the king is approving putting his son Mohammed bin Salaam in charge of the intelligence committee that will investigate because showbiz death. Chris. Edens KNX ten seventy NewsRadio special investigator on the human rights of migrants. At the UN is warning the government. Of Mexico and the US to respect the human rights of every person. That's on a caravan heading from Central America to Mexico some three thousand migrants currently trying to make their journey to the US secretary state, Mike Pompeo met with his counterpart in Mexico City quickly reaching a point which appears to be a moment of crisis. A record numbers of migrants. Foreign secretary of the degree. And I spoke about the importance of stopping this flow before it reaches the US border a standoff between thousands of Central American migrants had Mexican beliefs stretched into the night last night. President Trump is blaming immigration laws for the situation at the border of Guatemala and Mexico worst laws in the history of the world because we don't have a big enough majority. We have great people standing behind me. We could write up the laws and in a half an hour. You'd have the greatest laws would stop all the problems the president again threatened to send in military troops to stop the Migros passengers who travelled near border crossing are facing the risk of being subjected to warrantless searches and arrests by federal immigration officers. Greyhound is allowing agents to board their buses Chris record with the American Civil Liberties union enforcement meets a certain level of suspicion to board buses or trains. They shouldn't be doing random sweeps. What results from that is.

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"chris record" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"chris record" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Good morning. I'm mark. Austin Thomas, our top story act two-thirty President Trump praising Saudi Arabia for acknowledging that dissident journalists Jamal kashogi was killed in the Saudi consulate Turkey and for arresting eighteen Saudis a connection with his death. I think it's a good first that it's a big step. A lot of people a lot of people involved. I think it's a great first step. Mr. Trump says what happened is unacceptable, but he doesn't want any US sanctions to include ending armed sales democratic congressman Adam Schiff tells KNX the president has his priorities wrong, basically that US policy is for sale. And if you're going to give us digging us arms contracts, then you can literally get away with murder. That's the location of what he's saying. That's not what America stands for shift says the Saudi kingdom must be held responsible for the death of kashogi. And if the White House doesn't take the lead, then congress must well now that we know the truth about kashogi, what will the US response be not an awful lot of confidence in the US reaction from one prominent global analysts the White House needs this crisis to go away almost as much as the Saudi royals wanted to go away. Riva Guccione's the vice president of global analysis with the geopolitical think tank strat for this emphasis by the Trump White House on the need to respect an-. Investigation and pursue quote on quote, row killers. You know, there is also this value that President Trump puts in his personal relationship with Muhammad bin to the crown prince GU Sean says her most interesting takeaway from the Saudi admission is that the king is approving putting his son Mohammed bin Salaam in charge of the intelligence committee that will investigate kashogi death. Chris Edens KNX ten seventy NewsRadio special investigator on the human rights of migrants at the UN wanting the governments of Mexico and the US to respect the human rights of every person on a caravan that setting from Central America to Mexico some three thousand migrants currently trying to make the eventual journey to the US secretary state, Mike Pompeo met with his counterpart in Mexico City quickly reaching a point which appears to be a moment of crisis. A record numbers of migrants. Four and secretary of degree. I spoke about the importance of stopping this flow before it reaches the US border. The standoff between thousands of Central American migrants and Mexican police stretched on through the night. President Trump blaming immigration laws for the situation at the border of Guatemala and Mexico. The worst laws in the history of the world because we don't have a big enough majority. We have great people standing behind me. We could write up the laws and in a half an hour. You'd have the greatest wasn't would stop all the problems the president again threatened to send in military troops to stop the migrants. Passengers who travelled new border crossing are facing the risk of things. Subjected to warrantless searches and arrests by federal immigration officers. Greyhound is allowing agents to board their buses Chris record with the American Civil Liberties union enforcement needs a certain level of suspicion to board buses or trains. They shouldn't be doing random sweeps. What results from that is discriminatory line? Forcement refusing to listen to ACLU lawyers. Stephan Kaufman, CBS news Prescott. Arizona a Russian woman has been charged with interfering in American elections. And that includes the midterm elections next month complaint marks the first criminal charges that Russia is meddling in the two thousand eighteen midterm elections. The Justice department says that Alena Alekseeva Cousy Nova work. As an accountant on the project that was designed toward creating mistrust of candidates for national office and the American political system in general the project, which the fed say you social media and other platforms to spread the misinformation is allegedly funded by Russian oligarch have Guinea Victor Rovic for goes, then they'll Rakoff CBS news, Washington. A rare nineteen fifty-six Ferrari to ninety m m scheduled to be auctioned off. At the Petersen automotive museum on December eighth and ex expected to fetch about twenty six million dollars the last of four such models built under the direction of famed auto designer Enzo Ferrari that car was driven by several famous drivers of the mid twentieth century. It's more rare than the nineteen sixty three to fifty GTO that reportedly so less January for seventy million dollars in inactive best known for his role in the movie Free Willy and its sequel Free Willy two has been arrested on suspicion of domestic violence. He celebrity website TMZ reporting the James the Jason James Richter. Was taken into custody Monday night in the San Fernando Valley and remains jailed until Wednesday when he was released on twenty thousand dollars bail..

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"chris record" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"chris record" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Good morning. I'm mark. Austin Thomas, our top story at twelve thirty. President Trump praising Saudi Arabia for knowledge ING that dissident journalist Jamal kashogi was killed in the Saudi consulate in Turkey and arrested eighteen Saudis connection with his death. I think it's a good first step. It's a big step to a lot of people a lot of people involved. And I think it's a great first step. Mr. Trump says what happened is unacceptable, but he doesn't want any US sanctions to include ending arm. Sales democratic congressman Adam Schiff tells. KNX the president has its priorities wrong, basically that US policy is for sale, and if you're going to give us arms contracts, then you can literally get away with murder. That's the location of what he's saying. That's not what America stands for shift says that the Saudi kingdom must be held responsible for the death of kashogi. And if the White House doesn't take the lead congress must well now that we know the truth that kashogi is dead. What will the US response be not an awful lot of confidence in the US reaction from one prominent global analysts the White House needs this crisis to go away almost as much as the Saudi royals wanted to go away. Reefa Guccione's the vice president of Logan analysis with the geopolitical think tank strat for this emphasis by the Trump White House on the need to respect an investigation and pursue quote on quote, row killers. There is also this value that President Trump puts in his personal relationships. With Muhammad bin Salman, the crown prince gugans says her most interesting takeaway from the Saudi admission is that the king is approving putting his son Mohammed bin Salaam in charge of the intelligence committee that will investigate because showbiz death. Chris. Edens KNX ten seventy NewsRadio special investigator on the human rights of migrants at the United Nations warning, the governments of Mexico in the United States to respect the human rights of every person on the caravan that setting from Central America to Mexico some three thousand migrants currently trying to make the eventual journey to the US secretary state, Mike Pompeo met with his counterpart in Mexico City. We quickly reaching a point which appears to be a moment of crisis. A record numbers of migrants. A second foreign secretary. And I spoke about the importance of stopping this flow before it reaches the US border a standoff between thousands of Central American migrants. And Mexican police stretched through the night person and Trump is blaming immigration laws for the situation that the border between Guatemala and Mexico. The worst laws of the history of the world because we don't have a big enough majority. We have great people standing behind me, we could write up the laws and and a half an hour. You'd have the greatest wasn't would stop all the problems the president again threatened to send in military troops to stop the migrants. Passengers who travelled near border-crossing are facing the risk of being subjected to warrantless searches and arrests by federal immigration officers. Greyhound is allowing agents to board their buses Chris record with the American Civil Liberties union enforcement needs a certain level of suspicion to board buses or trains. They shouldn't be doing random sweeps. What results from that is discriminatory.

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"chris record" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"chris record" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Lights it's been over twenty one years and Dr Lin will be speaking at. The, move on symposium twenty eighteen down in. Cherry hill New Jersey sort of in the greater Philadelphia area and she'll be along should be one of the featured speakers incidentally the timing of that is quite interesting July the twenty seven, th I? Believe? It, kicks off the twenty, seventh twenty eighth and. Twenty ninth last week we had Dr John Brandenburg on the program talking. About it was last week wasn't it Elbert yes we're talking about Mars and so July twenty seventh is. That particular. Date, is the date of the the lunar eclipse it'll be a blood moon and also Mars will be, the closest it's been to earth in fifteen years, very? Propitious now as I went. Out to the parking lot to let Albert, and Ryan into the building and beautiful the moon kind. Of a crescent moon, with Venus right they're very visible so What's going on in the night skies all right we are delighted. To have. Christiana, record Chris record with us the niece of array boulder the scarecrow hard to believe it's been nearly, eighty years since the wizard of Oz came out, back? In nineteen thirty. Nine And we were talking about some of the other cast, members in an how your, uncle got along with with. Them is there now we should point out that ours con two thousand eighteen this is a A conference celebrating the wizard of Oz is going to be taking place. August the tenth to the twelfth in California where specifically will. That be Chris Pomona. California this, year held at a place called the Kellogg conference center and I'm really looking forward to it this year, it's focused on the ten ma'am And so it was kind of. Surprised to get an invitation from, and I'm, really looking forward to it. And I've made friends with Jack Haley's grandson and he is such a nice guy we have such, a nice time, you know communicating on Facebook and stuff so I'm really, looking forward to spending a little time with him because his grandfather and my uncle. As I, said we're just neighbors on the same, street in Beverly Hills went to the same church and he met my uncle Ray when he. Was younger so anyway I enjoyed your mention of the crescent. None was the star because I happened right before the show I looked up and saw that that's always. Been my favorite sky is crescent moon with that. And I wondered what it symbolized I don't know if you know or not but. It's interesting that you mention it because it's I don't but. Venus I guess we're looking at Yes it's. It's it's, bright and it is beautiful Yeah you your uncle helped you you? You, received a. Devastating diagnosis was at thyroid cancer? Yes, it, was how long, ago, was that. Was oh gosh it's been about Oh sixteen. Years ago now it's, been quite, a long time, ago and so this Saturday he died but. So his but his after he died yeah, it was after he, died and what happened was you know. First of all there are several different kinds. Of cyber. Cancer, the, one I got is the. Middle kind so it's not fatal but it's not? Very, benign kind either so it was enough to? Be, quite. Scary and I My Ray was gone, at, the time he passed away also cancer but you know it. Was just a remarkable journey and, I and I it took me so deeply, into, my roots my childhood all. My memories of my, uncle Ray, and my aunt, and my family because you know my mom. Was on Broadway with uncle Ray my dad, was a writer and, they were just a very close knit..

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"chris record" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"chris record" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"I think he's going to get it right from now till december yeah well it's kinda hard because you can tell you the same thing every day exactly chris we're going to do your job you're gonna see maybe an isolated shower or two in the morning but mainly partly sunny to sunny skies then by mid afternoon clouds start to develop late afternoon sixty percent chance of thunderstorms some of those severe we don't listen highs around ninety feel more like ninety eight she nailed it chris nice talking to you doc the landing to baby what it rained so hard at my house yesterday i thought like the pigs are going to float away it was the report hail yesterday afternoon out by wycliffe golf and country club there four forty one in lantana road oh yeah this afternoon could be just about as mean we've got a nice morning out like just say right now towards the mid to late afternoon storms are gonna be likely the difference stay tomorrow is going to be closer to the coast and beaches are they've been out west every day now towards the coast and beaches we'll start get down this afternoon so about three o'clock just in time for the mid to late afternoon drive i that's of those storms will start to rip us up and again when you hear that lightning and thunder head inside call it quits we had another person's struck by lightning yesterday that was in orlando careful out there in the afternoons and friday afternoon more storms than the weekend actually looks a little bit drier road to four four let's see if i can keep the streak going if i get to five it'll be a numerals record write a new chris record eighth beverly got full moon tonight too yeah i watched saturday this morning didn't happen yes well it was after midnight okasha went to this yes i know we don't need to but if you look at the moon and look to the left and up from the moon you'll see saturn all right perfect alright y'all i gotta run by goodbye.

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"chris record" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"chris record" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To say hey alexa play wbz newsradio on iheart radio once again president trump calling for a border wall minute early morning tweets the president said congress must move quickly to approve full funding for the wall he also said sanctuary city policies are disgraceful in mexico must stop people from going through that country and into the us he says he'll make it a condition of a new nafta deal with all the rhetoric flying about immigration and border security some facts new data shows complaints against us customs and border protection were up during the first six months of the trump administration compared to the same period the year before cb also counted hundreds of comments about the president's muslim ban and is executive order tightening security along the us mexico border aclu attorney chris record says the trump administration's aggressive approach to border security as loud abuse and misconduct by cb p officers shortcuts not respecting the law and the protections that people are entitled to see bp says misconduct is not tolerated meanwhile complaints about denied entry search authority and poor staffing in long lines have decreased steve dorsey cbs news washington the president's pick for secretary of state is having trouble gaining approval in the senate the chambers foreign relations committee may not have enough votes to recommend mike pompeo for confirmation today every democrat on the panel and at least one republican said they'll oppose him even if he does not pass the full senate is still expected to consider pompeo's nomination later this week but this would be the first time in years a nominee for secretary of state did not gain a favorable vote from the foreign relations committee republican senator bob corker chairs the committee he blames partisan politics for the split saying the former head of the cia is just as qualified as any past nominee to hold that seat meanwhile the woman hoping to replace palm peyot at the c i a is having troubles trying to get confirmed more than one hundred retired generals and admirals have signed off on a letter lawmakers expressing concern over gina hassles nomination letter expresses concern about hassles past involvement in detention centers and interrogation and the retired officers say they do not accept the excuse that hassle was just following orders.

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"chris record" Discussed on Full Court Press

Full Court Press

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"chris record" Discussed on Full Court Press

"Go to rudy gay for more minutes again rudy gaze is former all star player who just doesn't have the same ability to play heavy minutes to what he used to so the two things palca got to play a lot of minutes to force the mismatch for lamarcus aldridge and colorado senate john murray i've got a handle that if it's a sign because the don't pop religious doesn't have any options just think the the gap in the back court versus the other teams about core play is going to be what really limits teen other pops gonna make the most of it and a little bit like utah this team that maybe nobody thinks gonna make the files but no one's stuck with 'cause it's gonna take a lot of work to get them out is like with miami the eastern conference i don't think they're gonna make the conference finals probably but whoever's going to knock them out what's going to have to work really hard to knock them out and i'm just you know regardless of who plays they're going to be they're probably going to get knocked out but they're going to take a huge chunk out of whoever has to take on the responsibility of knocking them out and that made so even if they don't make the finals day may have a lot of input and a lot of a big factor into how this all of inch lou plays out and that's what i'm kind of was interested in them as a playoff team oklahoma city greg when chris recorded on boston and he was giving a lot of crap about my awesome oklahoma city thunder analysis on our podcast last week rows like i think i read a lot read a statement like i learned nothing about this so we're over an hour threaten to replay the bucks and just after the production team but the funder in.

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