17 Burst results for "Chris Sells"

"chris sells" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:51 min | 5 months ago

"chris sells" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Police arrived, they found a car riddled with bullet holes and shell casings on the street. Across the Metroplex in Fort Worth. Eight people were hospitalized in critical condition the shooting in the 3400 block of Horn Street just west of Lake Como Park. Meanwhile, DPD says over 5000 disturbance calls came in over the weekend. The calls were for gunshots, fireworks and loud music. Debris from various types of fireworks were left at several city parks and business parking lots. Some residents said the loud noise was a problem on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The noise didn't stop in some places until five a.m. Monday morning, according to reports. Mickey Briggs W B A P News search and Rescue crews are braving the elements as they continue to dig through the rubble of the collapse. Condo and Surfside, Florida. 32 people are now confirmed Dead at 113 remain unaccounted for Correspondent Lauren Blanchard, four more bodies found in the rubble of the collapsed condo building in Surfside, Florida this after crews demolish the last standing portion of champagne towers south overnight. Officials say the demolition was crucial to search and rescue efforts. The cause of the collapse is under investigation. The town of Surfside released a structural field survey report from October 2018, which said the waterproofing below the condos pull deck, an entrance dry was failing and causing major structural damage. Texas business Real time numbers on Wall Street, the Dow was down 183 points. NASDAQ Up 14 points on the S and P 500 down 11 points from the W B A P News desk. I'm Nicolo say you're next update is at 9 30 24 7 coverage at W b a p dot com This is the news and talk of Texas. It's DFW is liberty loving Latino, Chris sell Saito. Right now. On news talk a 20.

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"chris sells" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:37 min | 10 months ago

"chris sells" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Given the courage to look for and safeguard its purpose, so that it was not in vain. May your steadfast love be ever with us and abide with us in these days and the the and those that follow May Brian's memory forever be a blessing to his family to his friends, his compatriots and to this country. Technique was one of five people who lost their lives due to the riot and Amber alert continues for two year old levee. Pugh, who police say was abducted by his father, doing a disturbance at his ex wife home in Selena. The line, A police officer chase G data says plays were called to the residents on hillside Drive around 8 30. Last night, Isaac Pew forces Way in the house, assaulted biological mother and then abducted their child and left the scene. I was told it was actually fairly quick in and out kind of movement. You took off in a white 2019 Toyota Tacoma With taxes, License plate number in D T 16 25. He's considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information is asked to contact police. Access business will time numbers on Wall Street. The Dow is down 48 points. NASDAQ Up 12 Points on the S and P 500 up three points. Who's also brought to you by down worth clean from the W B A P News desk. I'm Nicola say your next update is a 10 30 24 7 coverage at WB ap dot com. This is the news and talk of Texas. It's d FW's liberty Loving Latino. Chris. Sell Saito right now on use talking 20.

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"chris sells" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:38 min | 11 months ago

"chris sells" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Looks of things. I still got some work to do. I would think so. All right. Well, thank you are touching cooked citizen. You can make a couple of bucks and help rid our streets of are no good, grimy stuff. Log church face. Here It is The crime Stoppers Update on 700. W l All right. Heads out looking for Chris Cedo. Chris sell Cedo for felony robbery and two counts of felony burglary. Salcido accused of forcing his way into the victim's residents making threats. Taken off of the victim's vehicle as well. Chris Sell Sito White male 46 years old 5 10 200 lbs. Salcido has a history of theft and burglary. Believe it or not. And he is from Hamilton, Ohio. Within following Chris Sell Cedo. Where is he Get the cash call Crime stoppers and 35 to 30 40, or online crime. Dash stoppers dot U. S. Got his mug shot here and he looks me. Chris South Cedo. You're a mug of the day. Get it done, citizens. Thank you. It is about 6 50 right now and you know, we got Nathan back racket head will talk about Little world of money money, according to Nathan, but a traffic and weather on the way as well. They started using when I was 13 Taylor is in recovery from an addiction to prescription opioids. It was like, Oh, well, their medications. They can't be that dangerous. My perception was once you stop using like that's it. Your life is over. I didn't even realize that I need help. Until, like the day that.

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"chris sells" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:56 min | 11 months ago

"chris sells" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Fauci is the toast of the left. What tick me off was he was outright militant against Trump He politicized his role. And that frankly, was offensive. We case it three on news radio 600 Kogo. So you need a real estate agent. You want to sell your home? You need the real estate agent Chris Chris Heller Heller, the home seller Keller Williams Realty. Chris Heller has been doing this for a very long time. He sells homes on average in 17 days, 17. The average for other agents is about 42. Chris sells homes 2.5 times more quickly than the average agent and for 4% more so let's say you sold your home for 500,000. That's an extra 20,000. For you. Not for somebody else and not disappearing into the atmosphere. That's an extra 20,000 for you. Lauren and Solano Beach, met the Heller team at an open house prior to covet and had the exact same home two streets down. She had tried to sell the home, multiple times, No success. Heller team listed her home and within 24 hours, she got several offers a Lauren really appreciated. How the hell are team went above and beyond her expectations, and your expectations should be high. When you're dealing with Chris Heller. He's just an amazing agent, and he has a lot of options and instant cash offer. So let's say you were in a hurry or you're just you just don't want people in your home. Gwala. You got it or strategic marketing quickly reaching more buyers, increasing demands selling your home for more money. I am saying Chris Heller is the only person that you call saying the person I call 808 129 78. I'm talking to Chris today. As a matter of fact, ask Heller, the home seller dot com That's asked Heller, the home seller dot com. Free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs..

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"chris sells" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"chris sells" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Is the news and talk of Texas. Now it's the Chris Saucedo Show, Honey 20 a m 99 5 at them HD to use talking 20 w B A p Well, howdy folks up Grant Stinchfield sitting in for Chris. Sell Saito this morning. Happy New Year to you can't believe 2021 is almost here. So many of us will be happy to put 2020 behind us. Fear if the president doesn't pull it out, though, 2021 it's gonna be worse than 2020. But look, we never stopped fighting. That's the bottom line. We never stopped fighting. Tyranny, overreach or quest for freedom, eyes, always first and foremost in my mind, and on the battlefield is what I'm I'm going for. All right? We're talking this morning about mask mandates, turning What normally is law abiding citizens into criminals. This is what liberals love to do, though you just compare this to the to the gun debate as well. Outlaw what they call high capacity magazines in certain states. I call them standard capacity magazines and what have they done? You look at states like Connecticut in California. They've turned otherwise law abiding citizens now into criminals for possessing property that they once legally possess that now is no longer legal to possess. Just with one Swope with a slip of the pen. You turn and everyday law abiding citizen into a criminal. Same thing happens with mask mandates and other lockdown orders. Shut down orders. You take a business owner whose operating their business legally Shut them down if they open up their own business in their own store. They're now a criminal. They're fined $500 a day in many states, California That's the fine. Mass manage. You don't wear a mask. You can't be arrested for it, but apparently You could be taken into custody. We're not leaving if you don't wear it. Well, this happened to a woman named Monica at the Galleria Mall. I'll let you listen to this. For those of you Just joining the program Now we've been playing us all morning. You're.

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"chris sells" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"chris sells" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"To 100 murders a year, Tom was 3 to 400 murders. In a year in the early 19 eighties. Not that Miami or South Florida was a sleepy community. But it wasn't expecting this bombardment. I would call it of criminality. D E. A agents will have to go beyond the call of duty to bring her to justice. Way would just find the bodies shot in cars or in their homes or restaurants or wherever it was, she really begins to emerge as this female Al Capone. These guys are the real deal, and this His real narcos. My name is John Cuban. In this episode of Real Marcus Way, follow the remarkable rise to power of one of history's most infamous drug lords. Chris Sell the Blanco. Straight from the horse's mouth. This is the story of what actually happened, according to the people who were there on the ground at the time. Hunting down the woman who became known as The black widow. I joined the police department in May of 1980. These drug murders air happening daily, and the new homicides that we're coming in were overwhelmingly Hispanic, either Colombian or Cuban, so I was fortunate. I spoke Spanish and I was in a homicide detective within 10 months of graduating the police academy. It was a rude awakening. July 11th 1979 2 25. White Ford Econoline delivery van rolls through the parking lot of the day Land shopping mall in Florida. The driver slowly crawls around.

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"chris sells" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"chris sells" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"A year, it almost 3 to 400 murders in a year in the early 19 eighties. Not that Miami or South Florida was a sleepy community. But it wasn't expecting this bombardment. I would call it of criminality. D E. A agents will have to go beyond the call of duty to bring her to justice. Way would just find the bodies shot in cars or in their homes or restaurants or wherever it was, she really begins to emerge as this female Al Capone. These guys are the real deal. This is real narcos. My name is John Cuban. In this episode of Real Marcus. We follow the remarkable rise to power of one of history's most infamous drug lords. Chris sell the Blanco straight from the horse's mouth. This is the story of what actually happened, according to the people who were there on the ground at the time. Hunting down the woman who became known as The black widow. I joined the police department in May of 1980. These drug murders air happening daily, and the new homicides that we're coming in were overwhelmingly Hispanic, either Colombian or Cuban. So I was fortunate you spoke Spanish and I was in this a homicide detective within 10 months of graduating the police academy. It was a rude awakening. July 11th 1979 2 25. White Ford Econoline delivery van rolls through the parking lot of the day Land shopping mall in Florida. The driver slowly crawls around the outskirts and pulls up in front of crowds..

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"chris sells" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"chris sells" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Of Brian and Chris sold in. No one is more familiar with the James Beard Awards. And Rachel Bill, who has you are nominated, right? I was for my podcast your last meal. How about that? And yet, for some reason, they're not going to give them out this year. Yeah, so there are two branches of the James Beard awards. First of all, it is known as the Oscars for the Food world. It is the biggest Award that you can get. And so there's the journalism arm, which is what I was nominated within for, you know, cookbooks and podcasts and TV shows. And then there are the awards for chefs and restaurants. And that is the bigger category, especially for chefs and restaurants. Who, you know, operate on these small budgets, getting a James Beard. Nomination, and especially a win is a huge deal. Big business. Yeah, so this year they decided just last week that they're going to cancel the awards, and I'm not talking about like you know how things have been canceled because of covert because they had already decided to do the awards. Virtually they had done the nomination several months ago within the organization. They had already decided the winners and in September was supposed to be the ceremony where the winners will be announced. So they decided to cancel it for a few reasons. So first of all, it seems like things started to crumble in the nomination category. Accusations started to be made about some of the chefs basically, people on social media, or they were contacting the foundation and saying This chef was abusive. They underpaid this person I was mistreated, and so some people were asked to drop out. And then other chefs asked to be removed because I think they were afraid of being in the spotlight and the backlash that would come. So in particular, there's one chef owner. Her name's Jessica Kosglow, she owns is very popular restaurant in Los Angeles. It's called Squirrel, and she was up for best Chef, California and about a month ago. In the food world. These articles were everywhere that she was accused of taking credit for recipes that were created by her employees. And then the big thing was that she serves. She's the restaurant is famous for fancy toast, and they found all this mold in the jam. But apparently she was scraping off the top and serving it. Yes. So she sent a letter and said, I'd like to drop out, please. I don't want to be nominated anymore for best of California. All of this on top of the fact that once the inside foundation members looked at the people they had decided would win. They realised that no black people had won any awards in 23 categories, even though they had been nominated, so the foundation has been working on diversity. For the past couple of years, and I noticed when I was there in 2018 for my nomination that it was quite diverse. A lot of women. A lot of people of color were nominated and one so I'm surprised that this hasn't translated to the chef restaurant category, but for those people who were nominated and weren't booted out. They're upset because this was supposed to be their big year and now it's canceled and it doesn't mean anything I understand is part of the preparation for the ceremony. They pre record their acceptance speech just in case they win. Yes. So they'd already all previous reported Vava. Now you know what this gonna throw away? One of the chef's Her name is Blake Spaulding. She co owns a restaurant in Utah called Hell's Backbone, she said, quote. In a year. Where they had more women and racially diverse chefs as nominees than ever. Why not make every nominee a winner? What does my nomination even me? Now that it's been cancelled and she was saying, along with others? You know this is a year when restaurants need a ton of help. You know, they're all suffering. That's a good point. So why pass up this chance to promote? How do you get nominated? You nominate yourself. Actually, you fill out a form and you pay a little bit of money. And then they choose out of all those nominations I had. How do they choose? They have committees. Committee's so does it. I mean, I'm used to watching stuff on the food network where you know you cook a meal, And I guess it depends on the format of the show. But a supposedly objective group of judges decide if your food tastes any good, and that's how they choose who the best cookies but doesn't sound like the works committee goes that far. Oh, well, You know what? Actually, To be honest, I don't know much about how they do it on the chef restaurant side, because, yeah, it's a good point with media. They just listen, Watch, you know, read and then make the decision, So I know that they have judges all around the country because there's regional awards as well. So I'm assuming that they send people out to eat in these restaurants, otherwise, I don't know how they would be able to judge it. But at least on the media side, you nominate yourself and then they choose three in each category to be nominated. So you know, I've nominated myself three times, but I've only been on official nominee once because their committee decided I could be in that. You know, three best podcast in the country category. You nominate yourself. Do you sort of sit in a dark room and Georgia's searchers? Solis, whether you deserve it this year or not, or do you just do it automatically? Well, you do that, But you always look in a mirror. So you need a little light under your chin so that you're really illuminated from the room and then yeah, you look in your soul you there's a special device, but it's mostly looking at yourself. Yeah, telling yourself How good you are 30 years. You just reject yourself Say no, I'm not that good. This year's pointed nobody. I don't know if there's anyone with that small an ego in, you know, media or food That would be like, you know, not this year, except if you're serving mouldy jam. Rachel Bell. Coming up from Jeon Ursula at 11 o'clock, the commander of the SPD East Precinct. This is radio This.

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"chris sells" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"chris sells" Discussed on WJR 760

"Dot com I'm Frank back but I am joined by my friend Chris sell burger from Principia meant a lot of people are really concerned right now because we're in this Medicare enrollment period so what exactly do they need to know at this current time well the enrollment period is a great time to review the the prescription drug type plans make sure you're on the right option if you're on a Medicare advantage plan you can make lateral moves people run traditional Medicare supplements that period of time doesn't really have any any bearing to them but it's a good time everyone's thinking about it already it's a great time to sit down and reevaluate people should be calling us Frank we got solutions that most folks are not being shown when you talk about all the different Medicare plans out there and how they differ in price and how some people are just throwing money down the drain wonder what kind of dollars are we talking about here we're talking for most people somewhere in the neighborhood of two hundred dollars a month per person and that increases by a rate of between seven and eleven percent per year so if we do we take that over fifteen year time span you're talking in a roughly thirty five to forty thousand per person they could be saved by doing things a little bit differently so there's a lot of considerations there and there's way too many plans Medicare is a touchy subject it's under educated on and they're so it's certainly under utilized the products that are really really good for the client which ironically don't pay very good commission all right so one of the things I think we need to emphasize to people Chris is when they make the phone call the you there's no obligation no there's not and if they don't have it fifteen minutes to spend even on the phone with someone who knows their buttons they can at least evaluate the situation and see what's possible for them they're they're horribly wasting money for themselves and for their.

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"chris sells" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"chris sells" Discussed on WJR 760

"I'm Frank Beckman joined by my friend Chris sell burger from Principia meant a lot of people are really concerned right now because we're in this Medicare enrollment period Chris you've told me before that people are going to spend in some cases thirty to fifty thousand dollars more than they have to on Medicare their lifetime how does it happen how do you avoid it what happens because we are as a as a culture just inundated with information misinformation and the sales people that are selling us these plans are simply not spending the time to show us all the options and and specifically shows the ones that are best for us were hemmed Michigan retirees Frank hemorrhaging money on Medicare plans that they don't necessarily understand and are being sold them by people who really don't care about what is best for the client in many cases so much is what's that with the best premium is the best product the best coverage level and there's so much involved in Medicare that needs discussion when people come in to Principia or call you on the telephone you're talking about Dr Kerr you're talking about long term care you're talking about our answers so many things involved there's so many elements and let me just put it this way if I was a sixty five plus year old person on Medicare I would be desperately trying to find the one plan for myself maybe for my spouse and myself that could be and should be the option for the next ten fifteen twenty years of our life rather than jumping every single year through all these hoops finding the next best plan or having rate increases are driving me crazy it's criminal what's happening out there with the lack of information most people should be plans the cost somewhere between zero per month and maybe fifty sixty seventy dollars per month there's going to be folks who by regular garden variety Medicare supplements from the big names we've all heard of what they should be doing is calling my team and saying Hey listen sit down with me for a half an hour forty five minutes and teach me how to do this properly call Principia and Chris Alberta eight eight eight eight hundred eight nine four nine or go to retire like Frank dot com right away the Michigan.

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"chris sells" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"chris sells" Discussed on WJR 760

"I'm Frank back but arm joined by my friend Chris sell burger from Principia meant a lot of people are really concerned right now because we're in this Medicare enrollment period so what exactly do they need to know at this current time well the enrollment period is a great time to review the the prescription drug type plans make sure you're on the right option if you're on a Medicare advantage plan you can make lateral moves people run traditional Medicare supplements that period of time doesn't really have any any bearing to them but it's a good time everyone's thinking about it already it's a great time to sit down and reevaluate people should be calling us Frank we got solutions that most folks are not being shown when you talk about all the different Medicare plans out there and how they differ in price and how some people are just throwing money down the drain wonder what kind of dollars are we talking about here we're talking for most people somewhere in the neighborhood of two hundred dollars a month per person and that increases by a rate of between seven and eleven percent per year so if we do we take that over fifteen year time span you're talking in a roughly thirty five to forty thousand per person they could be saved by doing things a little bit differently so there's a lot of considerations there and there's way too many plans Medicare is a touchy subject it's under educated on and there's it's certainly under utilized the products that are really really good for the client which ironically don't pay very good commission all right so one of the things I think we need to emphasize to people Chris is when they make the phone call the you there's no obligation no there's not and if they don't have it fifteen minutes to spend even on the phone with someone who knows their buttons they can at least evaluate the situation and see what's possible for them they're they're horribly wasting money for themselves and for.

"chris sells" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"chris sells" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Paid fifteen thousand by the Franciscans to settle claims they'd been abused at a grade school run by the order both settlements included non disclosure agreements which have been banned by American Catholic leaders Arlington police are investigating a racist graffiti in an east Arlington neighborhood according to police racial slurs and symbols were spray painted behind the business and on several signs in Arkansas lane she will Johnson says the case is being pursued as a hate crime we absolutely have to show intolerance to those types of crimes because we don't want to project any instance where somebody believes that this might be accepted the chief says police need the communities help with tips that may lead to a suspect Clayton Nevil WBAP news senator Ted Cruz is joining Republicans calling on house Democrats to push the new trade agreement with Mexico and Canada through Congress crews still has questions she spoke earlier today on the Chris sells sator show what I don't know right now a lot of us wonder if Nancy Pelosi as well and to bring it up if she wants to give the president trump any sort of victory just just over a year out from an election I don't know the answer to that my friends and my pan has been calling on house Democrats to move the agreement through and the lines of Texas driver's license offices could be getting shorter soon that's after months of Texans complaining about the grueling wait times Texas governor Greg Abbott says he took action this week to help speed up that process Texas bezels closing numbers on Wall Street the Dow off one twenty one nasdaq was down by twenty seven and the S. and P. five hundred was off by nine points right now eighty three in downtown Dallas.

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"chris sells" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"chris sells" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"U. P. listen twenty eighteen so now they're looking for a back up with Lamar Miller they're still in the backfield look at Major League Baseball going all right now since they leave that Lana one to nothing Dodgers and Padres later on tonight Yankees and red Sox again as well David price will be going tonight for Boston Chris sells roughed up my kill I don't know if you know this but nine ninety ERA for Chris still against the Yankees this I'll take it I'm a Yankees fan off Chris sale usually has a really good first half of the season and really terrible back as of the season because he's a small guy but this season been horrible since he's on the contract been bad bad bad bad real quick those the Harmon yeah I also for you yeah because our our our producer G. just walked in and get right to holiday stats basketball reference drew holiday is a one time all star thank you I know UCLA guy I know these things about UCLA ho ho ho ho ho ho ho yeah yeah with the Philadelphia seven as as a matter you still at all state that he made and also some talking about yeah how many view basically what happened was playing with Anthony Davis not only all I got out of it what it was see what happens how many years how many times is Anthony Davis actually played with a teammate that made the although I don't because he hogs the ball the number he's a center he's the point guard shooting guard is another words through holiday was all star until he got with anti Davis okay guys let me close this out real quick Milwaukee got a home run from Christian yell it she's got thirty seven down this season cubbies in brewers are tied at one apiece back to all the phones department my killing just ten seconds but first a word from farmers that farmers insurance we know roof can withstand a lot one exception being an airborne car scene it covered it talk to farmers we are partners hundred my farmers for for insurance exchange that affiliates parts on available in every state suck the all star out of them that's what this should take all the all all the all right or do a holiday although he's going to get it back the new pelicans team and I like that I can see that's going to be an interesting team hi David thank you very much.

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"chris sells" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"chris sells" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of Zillow redfin and realtor dot com in the very fragmented thirty three trillion dollar housing market everyone's kind of looking at this and trying to figure out sort of you know it feels like the industry's change and how do we sort of position ourselves I'm Denise polygamy Bloomberg distant sun WBZ Boston's news radio is one thirty nine state police investigating a fatal officer involved shooting by Everett police it happened in revere early this morning shortly after midnight at three seventy five Washington Avenue that's your sergeant street the suspect a thirty two year old man from Lynn has died a preliminary investigation shows the incident occurred following a pursuit by Everitt police that ended in revere the investigation continues a Springfield police officer has died in an accidental drowning in Vermont thirty year old Aaron McNab was reported missing on Friday his body was found near the shoreline of Lake Maury around ninety minutes later McNab graduated from the police academy less than a year ago it has been a tough ride the past couple of months for redline passengers and apparently it's gonna stay that way for a couple more months the MBTA says normal red line service isn't expected to resume until October as extensive work continues to repair the signal and switching systems that were damaged in June's derailment that derailment that happened near the JFK UMass station in Dorchester cause severe damage forcing the T. to run trains at reduced speeds while workers managed train traffic manually that of course let's continue delays for redline writers T. officials had initially told writers to expect delays through early September but that now has been bumped out a pair of pilots are under arrest in Scotland because they allegedly drank alcohol before they were scheduled to fly to the U. S. the United Airlines pilots ages forty five and sixty one were arrested before Saturday mornings flight leaving Costco that was headed to Newark New Jersey the flight was cancelled the company said they have a strict zero tolerance policy for alcohol that's dean of mucho reporting well this Wednesday is the deadline for sponsors of initiative petitions to file their ballot questions with Attorney General Maura Healey it marks the beginning of a process that ends with a handful of questions making it on to the November twenty twenty ballot the Attorney General must first certify that the proposals make constitutional guidelines for initiative petitions sponsors who cleared that hurdle must then collect at least eighty thousand two hundred thirty nine signatures and submit them by November twentieth if the legislature fails to act on the petition by next may then sponsors can secure a spot on the ballot by collecting another thirteen thousand plus certified signatures is one forty doing time for sports red Sox playoff hopes took a big hit as a drop a day night doubleheader in the Bronx losing the order nine to have the second game six four Chris sell this Ted for eater and runs and three and two thirds of the first game in the night cap labor Taurus homers twice my talk when it's a two run single in the seventh or Matt Barnes reeking of four four tie manager Alex Cora the last month and a half for good in the last week we're having unity credit to the to the the raising the anchors was in time you know we we have the will to better their seventh straight loss drops them thirteen and a half games behind the York and five and a half in back of the race for the second wild card elsewhere the mariners get no hit for the second time in twenty three days there's about by the Astros nine nothing herein Sanchez acquired at the trade deadline from Toronto go six he credits catcher Martin Maldonado in between innings he give us two cents on what he's seen in what he wanted and that goes a long way patriots great Ty law enters the pro football hall of fame in canton along with it read champ Bailey and three other former players this sports report sponsored by little Caesars stop.

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"chris sells" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"chris sells" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"There's still time for extricating this job alongside Chris singleton Dodgers beat the red Sox eleven to two let's start on the Dodgers side this is an impressive team and you know when you really look at top to bottom when their line up is clicking they have an American League flavor to one well you've got Corey Seager who is an all star caliber player he's been an all star he's bad eight seven and a down there at the bottom you have the ability to turn it over so there aren't really any automatic out in this Dr light up but for me both the bigger story out of tonight's game outside of the the Dodgers snap in a seven game losing streak at Fenway Park is Chris sale Chris sale not effective and on the on the hill five earned runs at four two thirds innings yes you better from Chris sale in the second half of the red Sox are going to have a chance at this division or a wild card spot and be there comfortably it's confusing to me because he had stretches where he did look good he had stretches where he got swings in Mrs he got strikeouts I I'm not really sure what exactly the issue is for Chris sale no I and I thought that he was going to get into a groove there in the second inning after first any through over twenty pitches had to work through that one did give up a run but they started to get the tempo going and when he starts getting a tempo going all said he's just peppering the strike zone play catch with his catcher but the Dodgers are very good offense they scored some runs and they chased him out of this ballgame not even completed five innings so not a good sign in the second half Chris sells first turn but they'll be plenty more starts in a he's gonna do better this John John B. Chris singleton with our extremes route postgame recap of.

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"chris sells" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"chris sells" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"In the four six and may win it on the fourth of July fireworks shoot off in the distance yeah frustrating and to this one for the pasta axe which led tends to in this ballgame at the halfway point in the bottom of the fifth inning but six runs in the bottom of the ninth all six batters who came to the plate scored for Lehigh Valley is based on the pasas in much the same way the Pataki did the Rochester last year on the fourth of July in front your field back to wrap things up on the post game show Mike Monaco here with you from the broadcast booth at coca Cola park tough one tonight for Pataki as they fall to thirty three and fifty one on the season we have valley with the wind is now forty one and fifty two they scored twelve runs on fourteen hits no errors the pasas ten runs sixteen hits hand one error eight of the nine starters for the pasar ecstatic hit Chris selling strobing three goals sturgeon drove into and scar Hernandez had its first four hit game since the two thousand fourteen season he had a three run home run and drove in four Brian Weber went five innings of to run the ball Dan runs thirty all star three score the satanic Jordan weeds gets tagged with the lost his first and aposs ox uniformed time window two perfect innings out of the bullpen a seventh win for the last time a game three hours in ten minutes played in front of a sellout crowd at capacity ten thousand and one hundred here tonight the pasas will be back at it tomorrow.

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"chris sells" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

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03:54 min | 3 years ago

"chris sells" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"So he's going to prevent you from doing something that you shouldn't be doing. But you need to remember that the size of allocated stack memory shouldn't be for example, dependent on the input from the user. Yeah. This is not Santa isn't sanitizer? Inputs know what's coming in? Yes. And you're gonna explode. It could have be vector attacked like somebody could have created a web requests that will kill unite. Here's yeah. Metal work just fine to all you gotta do this fire you Meghan half. And you're done. This is why if you go to Carfax orca Sierra, and if you search for stack look you'll see that every politic was sweet is using the skewered goes through detailed security review. Right. We have security Tompkins in Microsoft, and they make sure that we are not accepting anything that could be. It is literally a buffer overflow exploit opportunity. I'm just delighted we're talking about stack overflow, and it's not the websites true. Plus, a you know, it's been a long time since we talked about, you know, real memory science anything, and you don't have to. We've had so many years of not thinking about memory now. Yeah. I think Chris sells might have been the last person thirty to sixty four bit versions of the OS, and how we did memory allocation around as p dot net and things is a little more reasonable even NATs years. Yeah. Right. We don't even think about it. Do you? Do you see any reason or on a thirty two bit MO for any of this stuff anymore? Just sixty four all the time. Now, that's the go sixty four you'll ever some other scenarios I o t and some more constrained sure, where we we're we're dealing with hardware that is still thirty to donate all the memory. We need speed and performance, and you have to develop a self toward that you just have to some dependency that Bill does to share share while used to be the biggest issue for me was often. The drivers we were depending on where the only they had sixty four bit once they just didn't work. The word signed properly they've used on rely. And if they didn't work they weren't fucking hard enough. So this is part of Donna car. Two point one NC sharp seven point two. How do you get those bits? So their system that memory packet, right? And this back to dozen support only at car it targets sixteen against frameworks, including the standard one point zero mono- Zamaran unique and few other things. So I could be directly writing to memory in a phone that could cause any problems at all. Wow. What was your involvement in span? Oh development. It's actually very special type to me because it was my first open source contribution back in two thousand fifteen kidding. We work for Microsoft. No. I read that blog posts from ARIN Stannard complaining about the state of the open source community. And I don't explain what he did in his most up to develop a single Alpin dot net. And he had to put ACA from dot dot net implement few aglet algorithms and at the end of the buck passed on ask what other Dutton developers are doing other dose writing award. This moment of time was like, no, I don't know. I'm writing softer for preventing blackouts, so serious Fink. And today's lighter Daffy has posted a message on Twitter that he created new product slice. It was called slice by then. Yeah. And my one of my favorite ways of learning is to read somebody else scout Joe is one of my guru. So nice. Clones, the repo and started reading the Cote NFL few places that could have been improved from the performance perspective. Yeah. And I did create my first Chris Lau. Oh, yeah. Slice dot net is still on get how law conclude link to it. That's great. And that became span. Yes..

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