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Los Angeles - Army soldiers ID'd in fatal Black Hawk helicopter crash off California
"We now know the names of the two young soldiers who lost their lives in a helicopter crash Thursday. US. Army Special Operations Command has identified two soldiers killed in a helicopter crash off the coast of California. 33 year old staff Sergeant Vincent Market of Break, New Jersey was a distinguished flying cross recipient. 22 year Old Sergeant Tyler Sheldon of San Bernadino, California also died Thursday after their MH 60 paintball Kelly Copter crashed on Stan Clementi Island near San Diego. Both men were signed to the Army's legendary 160th Special Operations Regiment, based out of Fort Bragg. Three others were injured. That's the same area where eight Marines and a Navy Corman were killed in late July when they're amphibious assault vehicle sank in hundreds of feet of water
"clementi" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Calm the concerns off these Oh, testers, who are frustrated that there has been no accountability they say so far following that deadly explosion on Tuesday Functions. Trey Yingst America is listing. Fox News. Kogo News Center. I'm Phil Farrar, a man stabbed to death in Spring Valley last night. And a woman at the scene also suffering non life threatening injuries. Deputy say this happened shortly before midnight at an apartment complex in the 3500 block of James Circle. A man stabbed That's according to one of the lieutenants. Paramedics rushed to the scene. And then to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Shortly after his arrival, The woman was transported to a local hospital with those non life threatening injuries. Rescue crews say they've recovered the bodies of those seven Marines and sailor who went missing July 30th during a training operation. The cousin of a corporal Cesar Villanueva says the family is coming to terms with the sad news, the Marines and Taylor Had been trading off the coast of San Clementi Island when they're amphibious assault vehicle started flooding right now. Downtown. It is 73 degrees. I'm Phil Farar on NewsRadio 600 Kogo. This report is sponsored by the podcast for gotten Women of what is in Mira Mesa Metal shed in the middle lanes of the 15 South bound in power Aero, probably the.
What is Metabolic Fitness?
"Everyone it's Martin from twenty minutes fitness. I'm here in San Francisco and I'm connected to levels founder Josh, Clementi Josh. Why don't you to be yourself? Martin's great to be on the show I mean on I'm josh, founder of levels and John Interested in bringing metabolic fitness to the mainstream rates, and so what does everyday mean? What is Metabolic Chiasso metabolism? Easy Way to think about metabolism is the set of cellular mechanisms that create energy from our food and environment that. So this is how we power the processes in our body ourselves bringing fuel and they turn it into energy and so metabolic fitness or metabolic health is when those systems are. Operating properly and you have often energy weight balanced performance without excess byproducts and so the way that that we're doing this is using continuous glucose monitoring hardware software analytics to close the loop between actions you take every single day in your daily life and the reactions, your body experiences in particular, the blood sugar response, your body experiences, and so this is this is the level, is that closing loops between action reactions the way that behavior change becomes eating, easy and obvious I, and so we're the first metabolic fitness company greenest market, and how do you define an excess byproduct like at what point you have too much nutrition what is it exactly? So, the some of the easy ways to think about this art glucose itself. So this is a it's sugar essentially, this is a molecule that is the primary energy molecule in the human body so that metabolism functionality that we talked about is driven primarily off of glucose sugar and fat, and so when you're consuming sugar, it releases into the bloodstream and You know this is actually just tipping carbohydrates while they sugars that interest the bloodstream, and so this triggers a cascade of processes, hormonal processes, and those tell your body, how to op sort of appropriate that Lucas, into the cells for for their useless contrived things like weight gain can. Be for muscle expenditure for energy using mechanical loads on a commute for cognitive function in the brain. But those laws get too high. You actually have an inflammatory situation because Lucas is a very reactive molecule it produces what are called free radicals, inflammatory cytokines. I'll sixteen alpha you know these different molecule byproducts of glucose reactions that actually are very inflammatory and can cause breakdown of tissues and skin glaciation, which is right leads to Browning of the skin and wrinkles. All these byproducts that ultimately are are not good for us. So there's a fine balance and glucose is meant to be kept in tight control and that's what we mean by byproducts. Normally unless you have diabetes, you should not have resistance to insulin release right so how does that really matter van for you know everyday use that a non diabetic being that we have been since glucose is the primary energy source for for the modern person we've studied the Post Disease State of Glucose for for many decades. So this is called diabetes typically type two diabetes which a lifestyle driven illness that sets in your body can no longer respond to insulin you can't use glucose in. Your bloodstream effectively, it gets really high toxic levels. So we studied that quite a bit but the thing is that all of us across the metabolic spectrum from healthy to to less healthy are all using net glucose and so there is an optimization function here where because these mechanisms are linear you know it's not it's not like a a threshold where you cross over it, and then suddenly you're unhealthy that's kind of how start thought about a me to think about this metabolic fitness meaning the choices. We make require focus effort and repetition to achieve optimization. So it doesn't matter where you fall on the spectrum metabolic health de Choices you're making today are affecting your hormonal cascade causing qualitative experiences in causing quantifiable to potentially detrimental effects like weight gain, where's performance exercise cognitive decline sort of all of the things that we struggle with our day-to-day are affected by the choices we're making that we don't really connect because we don't have that close loop system. So now by by showing that the person who. Doesn't have diagnose metabolic dysfunction. You can optimize your choices daily see the data in real time, make better ones, and then achieved this sort of metabolic control where instead of having these this roller coaster of spikes and crashes in energy issues, and again wait gained the rollercoaster. We all ride day today that we kind of use our emotions feel way through. You cannot have data and you can use that to achieve this the state of balanced control and you know lower flatter smoother continual on metabolic control.
"clementi" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"clementi" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Org about the vagrant problem in north beach insane Clementi and today, our own reporter corporate Carson visited you probably just turn the news report that Moore played where homeless people came up to morass them. That's that's the situation there, and the government there is folding arms and saying we can't do anything court ruling saying unless we have shelter space. They can log on the sidewalk, and the reason it's three got kicked up again this week is because they were blocking the path of. Man in a wheelchair talk about that. So in one hour. Don't want. It's the fault of these stupid cities to allow so much to build up on the streets that the court says, well, you can't just. Just carry them away. If you had taken care of this from day one and driven them out of town. Every time you never would've ended up on a judge's docket can't tolerate if you tolerate the problem grows because his other places, we know the well, I mentioned earlier in the show Burbank and Culver city and Beverly Hills. You're not seeing this. How come I would say most couns don't have this problem? How come how come because their their government, the mayor and the city council said no and the police department enforce the law, and now look at this big mess, and you have no idea how to clean it up. They don't they don't know what to do. And they're tired of getting gal that I think I think people ought to keep saying, look, you got all you people. Whatever town you've got to recall, these guys gotta recall, and you got to go back to court. You don't have to listen to some to some judge on this necessarily go back to court. Rights to everybody's got rights. Not just the vagrants thought the United States vagrants here too. Good one US, AVI. Receptor petition there seems to be extra extra civil rights. I let's does seem that extra amendments in their constitution. Attention with vagrant issue to downtown LA group called DT L A strong decided they had to take their case to city hall yesterday. They went there. Dozens of them to demand more cops in their neighborhoods are frustrated by the crime and the harassment and the drug sales. We're gonna get a guest on right now from LA strong, a member of the group. Anthony, how do you pronounce your last night? Anthony. Dan. I don't know. Welcome to the John and Ken show me. What what what are the changes that you see in your neighborhood? Well, I mean, they're they're multiple, right? The neighborhood itself has just exploded in population. When I moved down here ten years ago. It was about maybe thirty thousand people don't live down here not including skid row population. And now there's about seventy five thousand people that live down here. So we'd be doubled in size. And because of that you have more people on the street just living their lives. There was an uptick in the homeless population in skid row, not nearly as big of a gross that we had with the people that actually live in apartments and loss, etc. But those those two things they meet each other. And there's problems at zoo sometimes going to say then there ten years has always been skid row in downtown LA. Why hundreds of years we've had skid row? Explain to our listeners. You did say there's a bit of an uptick, but why is it a problem? It's big enough. Now that your group is organized, and you're taking your case to city government. Well, I do want to clarify one thing we we city hall to ask for our commensurate right to services more than necessarily an issue about homelessness crime. They don't they don't deploy officers in a way that recognizes how much our neighborhood has grown, and there are places that are a little louder to city hall to get more services when they want them. So that was mostly our push. It's more about getting are commensurate amount of services from the city is specifically on foot patrols just because we think patrols make more sense in downtown. It's a dense urban setting. It's not your usual, Los Angeles sprawl a cop patrol car doesn't really interact with the neighborhood or do do the things we need a community. Well, we need is a presence not necessarily respond to calls for service went to this meeting. There's a woman in Katherine Tamasek said one of her friends was beaten and robbed on main street. Another is body slam near seventy grand another day was stabbed and hospitalized with a punctured lung and had to move out of the neighborhood. So it's it's that the, you know, there's enough vagrants. Now, you gotta you gotta violent contingent, and there's no police to discourage this behavior. Absolutely. There's there's definitely been uptick of random acts of violence some of them at the hands of what you would call a vagrant. But the one of the things I think that doesn't get really addressed is that there is a criminal element that comes to downtown LA to prey on everyone. Not just you know, the average Joes, but the Vegas themselves. They come to prey on them, and they disguised themselves as vagrants in order to do. So so it's hard to differentiate between someone who's legitimately a homeless person who's down on their luck. And someone who's. An actual criminal who comes in pretends to be homeless to sell drugs, and rob and do all things because another guy Tyler Lindberg said I've been assaulted I've been spat on I've been threatened with death by random passersby on the street. I know fringe of can't wait until their lease is up. So they can move out of downtown. If you heard that from people that I've seen it. I've heard it of I will say this. It's not it's not new. It's obviously we've seen a lot more of it. Because there are more people that live down here and have more interactions. But there's always been this contingent of people who reside in skid row who has serious mental health issues that are you. You're very obviously, not well, and that when they're, you know, having a bad day, they act out in ways that you would not necessarily see somewhere else because of the mental health issues. We saw I got no how many months ago, it was the poor man that was pushed in front of the bus that was able. Terrible because it's all on video. Also that HARA does anybody on city council seem to care. They do they do care. The the challenge is, you know, people smarter than me with more resources have tried to tackle the homelessness problem in downtown with little success. I don't think we've figured out a way to actually address it because you can't force people into treatment. You can't force them into shelter. You can't. So if they can't force him into a shelter. You can't force them to get the mental health treatment that they need. They win. And since we don't enforce the laws about camping and loitering and defecating and drug-taking. There you go. They win the Nicotrol the sidewalks. I'm not even sure they win. Right. I think we all lose. My police chief Michael Moore. I mean, he responded by saying, well, if I look at the numbers right in the last three years they've had ten officers to your to your area there in downtown LA think that's still not enough. Well, it's it's sort of misleading right because the number of officers sort of irrelevant. What's really important is the ratio of sworn personnel to people that live here and come here. You can give me four hundred cops. If the ratio is the worst in the in the department. It doesn't really matter. How many there is we need to have the the right amount of cops for the number of people that are here, and he didn't reference that hopefully, we'll get that in the report that they think his bless his heart, Mr. Corean asphalt from LAPD, and we'll get some real information. Anthony. All right. We appreciate you talking tanks. Very much. Thank you for having me issue. Anthony. Sarah, no from LA strong stands for downtown LA strong. And they want more cops. I mean, you heard the population numbers he gave the increase in residents now living there, and he just feels proportionately not getting a comment. They built all these new condo's. There were so many young working people moving in. They've been promoting these these neighborhoods for quite some time. And and they let the developers put up a lot of a lot of construction. Some of them are expensive places. Most people are not gonna put up with walking outside the and harass. It was a great frontier. I'm looking at one of the comments on the at times story. Yeah. And one guy wrote I just started working in downtown LA seventh near spring. I thought it was going to be cool working there. There's a lot of energy a lot of places to eat and drink and hang out. But the amount of bums and wackos undermines the experience every block is filled with wackos and smells like urine. My human resources department warned me that people have been getting robbed. To their smartphones around the office so to be aware fives a female, I would not be walking around downtown LA alone. In the one thing he told us in that interview. I never knew before people go there and pretend to be homeless and robbed and harass people. It's like an undercover outfit. You know? Maybe maybe you can approach people if you look like vagrant vagrant because enough people will give money if you look like a bad guy, people crossed the street and get away from you. But if you just vagrant people might let you a little closer and might try to offer your money. And that's when you could beat the hell out of them. We got more coming up. John and Ken KFI your.
"clementi" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I it was like a wooden rectangular thing and it had circles on it. And you would slide this wooden thing and you hit it. And if it made it into a circle without being overlap. Whatever has remember baseball condition grade on that one. You know, I think most of it was still working couple pieces were still loose. But but still okay and the third item nineteen sixty seven Louisville slugger little league promotional poster with mantle Clementi, and Aaron and they have rare in in the description on it. So these are three different items. Two of them are close in price. One of them's well less, and I would have never I don't know how you would get this. But what's your what's your guests? Well, you know, a lot of this stuff seems to be a little bit rare here. So I'm gonna go with where my name is shared with the Roberto Clemente. Okay. Mantle Aaron Felix guess of the three things I'm going to go with the same one as well. I agree with that. Okay. And you guys are incorrect. But not. Picked one that was one of the tax prices. Okay. The baffle ball table tap was the lowest of the three twelve hundred dollars though. I had an old bath ball game. I have trouble to what the to keep it. Do. I sell it. I think I'd sell it. If I know is going to go for twelve hundred the second item, the Louisville slugger literally promotional poster with mantle Clementi Aaron thirty five.
"clementi" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast
"If you've made this part of you. See you weren't able to do it by yourself. The whole factory if it's detected early enough comedic media can be treated with antibiotics time out that sentence contradicts itself. Sure did the first two sentences. Yeah. Stark contrast, one says can't happen. The other says rarely happens. Now, can we get an definitive answer on this? Because I sort of believe that you've had clarity of many times. I believe my body is strong squeeze. No. I remember, our friend. You were for me. He said to us because we were both there. And he said, I forget how it came up. But he said, I think he goes if you think you have you don't have committee ah when you have it. You know, you have a classroom is that Clementi clap. Now, I found that not I thought it was not clap has gonorrhea. I know. So I thought it was like a sounding or whatever right now. I live in a lie. I rea- I've never had fucking Gicquel. You don't think j you would know. So you think this is what happens? I remember. There was a girl that I used to date this as she doesn't think she was molested when she was a kid, and I was like, you don't think you were definitely molested. If you say that sentence that's different that one that goes listed. Do you can't say, I don't think re ever happening. I know I know I've never been treated I s TD. So I've never you've never had. Can you get rid of gonorrhea? I don't think I've ever molested any children. Possibly think deeper. I'm very. Terrier? Nathan. Should it be go back molest yourself in time? What's good question? Is a good question. I'm going to say no to your body your body. You're right, right. That's right. It's just fucking. It's Looper masturbation. I don't know. What would happen your Jackley cured? Checkoff Looper see yourself, you know, some sort of time portal and possibly destroy time. If you fuck yourself. There's no way. Oh, I mean, Michael J, FOX is definitely disappeared from that picture yourself your fear. Fading away. What what what Rick? You get rid of gonorrhea, you're on your body. Nope. Wow. Well, I feel pretty good about these things. Then I can't believe I've never gonna re go even let them treat a syphilis can kill gonorrhea can cause infertility non viral Philis. Forget about that one. Yeah. Starts with events. Nonviolence TD's like Clementi, they usually don't have symptoms. They usually don't have symptoms. What? And why this symptoms can comment. Go. What's maybe that's guys dick stings stops. Up of I thought it was every time I had an idea. Fix every time. We think about 'em dick burns, wait a minute. There's none of them say that that I can think my dick, stinky. Yeah. It's mind over matter. Yeah. I don't know. I guess fucking knock on Whitman never had an TD. I've heard people say that the club. I got the clap like twice. But usually it's like seventy people from the seven of your parents or something would say she'll. Tell you crabs. Yeah. Decribes crazzy exists anymore. I think they say it's like almost been Radicati bedbugs is it a new thing like said success as executives found it was like parents stuff came in their babies was no cater sleep in the wrong way. Yeah. Gone. I think it's like down by like eighty percent or something like that. But the found that was basically suffocating majority kids were just they weren't just dying in the night. They were really bad sleeping choked gum blankets..
"clementi" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria
"But there were others. Like Charles Colson who was very ruthless man who had clearly joined the Nixon staff in order to get in and in and up in life. So. He was a different sort. There were others who are just young men who are caught in this, and they did something because the chief of staff the president the United States the commander. She told him to do it. And a particularly sad story that I end this little part on is a man named eagle, bud. Krogh young lawyer who was given the assignment to have people break into Ellsworth's psychiatrist's office to find information and he went to prison. And what he's comes out of prison. He goes to say Clementi to see Dixon and to tell Dixon. He did this. He cared about him. He did this because he was told to do it. It was a right to do and Exeter. So said I did nothing wrong till the end crow Chirs around and lease this the sad story of it. You know, my wife, and I r- at the arena theatre Washington. One night intermission. We see Bill Safire and his wife. Elaine. And I said, you know, funny thing happened today are end sent me a book, the no just mentioned a Bill Safire is one of the. A long standing member of the staff who went on to become a New York Times columnist William Pulitzer prize. So I said to them in got a book from our end today. What does it mean? And Elaine saffir says it means he's forgiving you. So all these connections of who forgive as who doesn't forgive. How long you can have a grudge and how you hold. But for me, I couldn't release myself from the I never saw Richard Nixon. Again, I did not even go to his funeral. And instead, I did the commentary on C span. So this is a part of my life that I have trouble with that is difficult. I guess every book that tries to be honest about a person comes up against situations. Like this a part of the book that's positive. What do you have nothing to? Resolve is your time with Brookings, and you mentioned came to Brookings in nineteen seventy two players. Subtitled my life with presence, ideas and Brookings is your life with. Yes. Ideas rooted in reality. Why did you come to Brookings? Why did you want to kind of broke the story? So, you know, if you started with the story, it's a professional memoir, not a personal in that sense. And it starts when I get off the boat. Having been drafted coming out of car. College being drafted into the army coming out strangely on the president's staff of us instantly there. I was just a simple BA from Johns Hopkins School, but no farther that who would move in this strange way in a political so fast that I never quite caught up with myself. And what I always wanted to do is write books serious books, and in a sense, I was able to largely because of righty all those letters for is in our three dollars letter, plus all of the money that Nixon gave me as speech speechwriter, and I could stop being on this political track and write the books and through the books at least tried to build image of myself as a serious person person who otherwise might have gone on and gotten a so that's my story at the same time Brookings is having its story Brooke it's over one hundred years now. But at that time. In the new deal and fair deal and the Roosevelt and Truman period brookies was actually of the right way. And Amanda, I'm Kermit, Gordon when he became president turned it around of the twenty people who were there in the old administration. I think only six remain and Kermit Gordon who had been a professor of economics at Williams that had come to Washington as a member of the council of economic advisers under president Kennedy, then moved over to be the director of the budget, and then when Johnson succeeded Kennedy Johnson actually asked criminal Gordon to be secretary of the treasury..
Elizabeth Smart kidnapper to be released from prison in surprise move
"Elizabeth smart kidnapper Wanda Barzi is being released from prison next week six years earlier than expected in a surprise move seventy two year old bars he will be allowed to go free after Utah prison officials said they miscalculated the time she previously served in federal custody. KU TV reporter Dan Rascon says the smart family is concerned according to the parole board once she walks out of prison. There's a free woman. They're not looking after her. She doesn't have to check in with anybody. And that's concerning that smart he's concerned about not necessarily his safe religious sports has grandkids bars. And her husband kidnapped Elizabeth smart out of her Utah bedroom in two thousand and two and held the girl captive for nine months, traveling through San Diego a month before they were
No Storybook Ending for Serena Williams
"Last time nation with so few people went to the finals was uruguay in nineteen fifty today in the finals they'll play a french team that showcases the power of europe's diversity england got knocked out of the world cup but at the all england club a wimbledon for the ages kevin anderson who's never won a grand slam getting past the great roger federer and playing two of the longest wimbledon matches in history on his way to the finals and serena williams just ten months after the birth of her daughter alexis after enduring multiple surgeries coming back as the twenty fifth seeded player making it all the way to the finals she came up short but after the match she said to all the moms out there i was playing for you and this week the nation's capital will welcome the immortals of baseball hosting the all star game for the first time since one thousand nine hundred sixty nine a game that brought maze aaron clementi in seventeen other future hall of famers to capital city still reeling from the assassination of robert f kennedy and martin luther king the year before the all star game was also here in one thousand nine hundred sixty two just months before the cuban missile crisis president john kennedy throwing out the first pitch and greeting his friend stan musial as kennedy wants put it they told me i was too young to be president and you were too old to be playing baseball but we fold them but the team sports story of the week undoubtedly belongs to the wild boars the soccer team in thailand that made it out alive and that's the greatest victory of all and a reminder abc's coverage of the helsinki summit begins tomorrow morning with george stephanopoulos and david muir on the ground reporting across all our abc news platforms thank you for sharing part of your sunday with us have a great day we've been listening to abc's this week on c span radio our sunday show coverage continues in ten minutes coming up in about eight minutes.
"clementi" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"And you were talking about how you were dating and these app and i'm dating now and these apps they don't give you a clue that somebody's crazy and a big reason this this autocorrect right there like meant to sail kill you but i guess it changes to eat with you and okay i'll stick with that but now you have sworn off dating yeah i don't i'm just i'm done i'm frustrated i caught clementi and los angeles in a matt how long ago i think like to go at this point very because like i'm selective about who i dated it's like i picked dude with how do you have a phd but you don't know that you have an st like how is that but i feel like that could happen to phd or till waiter or to a clearer should be smart enough to figure out the when when did you know you caught it right away literally two weeks after so maybe he didn't know until but i call to tell him to be like you got to i don't know where this came from i think may have been you but i'm not blaming you and he was like oh it's no big deal and like all this pitch cave in to me was way too because i would want i would want you to feel like it's no big deal because you told me it was clemencia and i'd be like okay that could be like i would want to stay calm for you and for me and he click away he was but i feel like he was to comp said clun he said media.
"clementi" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Hit number three thousand well i was there came off john matlock against the mets as a double left center field and the irony is right before he at the double for three thousand hit a high chopper in the infield and there was the infielder bobbled the ball committee beat the play out and they scored it the near and clementi was pretty upset about that but then later on obviously got the base hit in the irony of the whole thing is that would be the last at bat during the regular season that you'd ever get tell me about roberto clementi and what kind of ball player he was you're just a young guy in the pirates then well he is very much a leader of the ball club both he and willie stocks at the time and he was a a very caring guy in a great teammates he was very conscious of of the sharing capacities particularly in the postseason after won the world series of seventy one a lot of companies wanted him to a door products as an individual and he said no i wouldn't do it unless you endorse the whole team so something you don't see very often but certainly was the leader a just a tremendous baseball player and that day he gets number three thousand as you say radically his last hit ever what was it that made him such a good hitter because i remember him stepping out in stepping away hand i i mean he was excellent hitter he did a lot of things that appear to be fundamentally wrong but obviously they were fundamentally right he there was a lot of movement he did a lot of things it'd be considered unorthodox but his his body got out he kind of be what could be from become a front foot hitter he caught the ball back real late that allowed him to drive the ball to the opposite field with power but is this body lowerhalf got out front he.
"clementi" Discussed on KGO 810
"Berta clemente had exactly three thousand hits when he disappeared over the caribbean and that might have been somewhat in the triangle some asking if you have some information on the triangle and i'm also thinking of customer as an example made it that'd be other examples but she outlived general custer into the thirties became rich writing books lecturing and i just find that amazing someone that was like prominent and the civil war ever error and being you know prominent into the thirties and i'm just asking about babies some people that may have had that overlap of totally different areas and then and then also wilt chamberlain wore the number thirty or see the truth and he did this intentionally you said you know i you know i'm great and when thirteen and i'll show is show you that were actually there's been quite a few athletes who pick their deed for one reason or another you know who've made it successfully in major league baseball and football and and basketball obviously getting back to a roberto clementi he had his three thousand hit at the end of the nineteen seventy one season and the sad part about his death was he was taking relief supplies to nicaragua they had an earthquake there and he he was in puerto rico is where he was from and he was on a flight to nicaragua mercy flight he was taking goods and and and thanks for the people for the relief there and the plane crash did not in the bermuda triangle at crashed right he was from san juan puerto rico crashed right in the bay shortly after takeoff right in the bay the city of san juan and the amazing thing is they've never found his body even though it was not that far out at sea or anything that's one of the mysteries of this there was also a pirate catcher by the name of manny sane jian who is on the same team with roberto clementi and he was to have accompanied committee on that trip but.
"clementi" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Shortly after takeoff right in the bay that's right the city of san juan and the amazing thing is they've never found his body even though it was not that far out at sea or anything that's one of the mysteries of this there was also a pirate catcher by the name of manny's sane who is on the same team with roberto clementi and he was to have accompanied committee on that trip but he couldn't find his car keys he was he he was in san juan and got to the airport late because he took like ten minutes that you couldn't find his car keys in his house or apartment wherever he was staying in san juan and miss the flight he just missed the plate he got there just as it took off and he's still living by the way he that he's a as a concession stand the ballpark in pittsburgh where where we're from and just amazing because he forgot his car keys it was an act of mercy he saved his life because he would have been on that plane with with clementi charles i'm at this point where i think i have enough information now to to go with this story so stand by folks here we go we're getting reports and we have been over the last thirty seven minutes that art bell has died.
"clementi" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"The picture dictionary manning some handed tool circle never and always everything's never and always walking like in the devils ena sorry that sounds like one of the songs that afford us to suggest success success smark open waco what's up on but i make the lease man what's up hey what are the big excuse maker say that people man all my neck curves might despite a few lease fees file goes nickel winter leftish action ago said yeah no i hear what you're saying but those guys are making excuses for themselves i think goes that fans that make excuses for the fighters cubic wintom simple jackson firms from it is true oh yeah he didn't come to fight okay a little point the one that's fry real quick men when he goes to the other like also at a fish but it wasn't wake up this is what i'd be i'd believe is happening you know what he was shot by komo carriage rostrum up he didn't get any social it will be too if she got calm any moved i fights then clementi's founding fishing i think is mileage i think teams just going on to a vote it's an accurate you know so precisely powerful punch funkier he's just catching up with her man itf's made it a one said that if she gets out his time in oh remember chuckling bill i took one of studied like just started falling apart every time because she.
6 months after Hurricane Maria, CBS News returns to Puerto Rico
"Governor says that by an acting law that bans most abortions after fifteen weeks of just asian the state is quote saving more of the unborn than any state in america and what better thing can we do republican governor phil bryant made the comments while he signed the law today in a closed ceremony the state's only abortion clinic and one of the doctors who practices there filed a federal lawsuit in jackson an hour after the governor signed that measure into law mayor emanuel and congressman gutierrez will lead a delegation to hurricane ravaged puerto rico on friday bill cameron says there are political overtones lonzo for reelection in eleven months and a relief mission to puerto rico doesn't do his support in chicago's puerto rican community any harm at all the city of big children's well being resources to make sure we will not rest until families and friends in puerto rico not just have power but have other ability to do what they need to move on and get back to work be able to raise their families as well and the qatar is spin in was to compare rahm to roberto clementi at a baseball field dedication a baseball field that it's fitting to the memory and the legacy of roberto clemente but at the same time mary you're fulfilling that legacy by leading a delegation to puerto rico as he did to managua nicaragua where he lost his life at city hall bill cameron wls am eight ninety near a suburban teacher and coach has died after suffering a heart attack or nick gale with that brooke north high school has announced that physical education teacher and coach mark roberto died sunday after suffering a heart attack while on a bike ride sunday afternoon during his time at glennbeck north ribera acted as a coach for the boys water polo wrestling and football teams in a staffy male the principal gb n says that quote ribera was a.
Six months after Hurricane Maria, CBS News returns to Puerto Rico
"The right shows the demonstrate to children how bad drugs are chicago karnal blaze super has reportedly removed the pastor of the well known saint john catches parish and the goose island neighborhood the tribune says the reverend see frank phillips was removed last week cardinal tells parishioners that he made the decision after learning of credible allegations of improper conduct involving adult men the city of chicago is increasing security at the lakefront millennium park this summer starting may nineteenth there will be a security perimeter and bag check for all concerts and events at the downtown parks pritzker pavilion city will also prohibit alcohol at seven pritzker pavilion events that have the highest attendance those include the chicago house music festival chicago blues fest chicago mariachi festival and chicago jazz fest among others outside alcohol will be allowed at other events officials with these cities office of emergency management and communication say they're making the changes after terror attacks in major cities and at entertainment venues worldwide and mayor emanuel and congressman gutierrez will lead a delegation to hurricane ravaged puerto rico on friday bill cameron says there are political overtones for reelection in eleven months and a relief mission to puerto rico desa do his support in chicago's puerto rican community any harm at all the city of being resources to make sure that we will not rest until families and friends in puerto rico not just have power but have other ability to do what they need to move on and get back to work and be able to raise their families as well and the gutierrez spin was to compare rhyme to roberto clementi at a baseball field dedication baseball build that it's fitting to the memory and the legacy roberto clemente but at the same time mayor you're billing that legacy by leading a delegation.
"clementi" Discussed on The IVY Podcast
"That definition how would you define bottling i really was not just be tweets links children early is eur eight years old i sense either was easy easy easy i his cowards in too and that's where he actively interested in finding solutions find new reasons for that it is certainly unwanted address and it is also usually power struggle people before nato was sort of like a more at the at the target of the people and that's what we've she she is the attitudes action hooves right your foundation and other institutions have done studies on the reasons why people are the targets of boeing as well as the scale of the problem depending on the polls the reasons why people are the targets of bowling includes anything that set someone apart gender gender identity ethnicity race abilities disabilities social awkwardness and studies have found that the number one reason must sexual orientation real or perceived also bowling it's hard to measure but the foundations polls have found that seventy five to eighty percent of young people knew someone who had been cyberpoll aid and over fifty percent had self identified that they had been the target of cyprus polling that's a big problem and yet some people feel that it's a rite of passage i don't believe that i i believe that beat can prevent that the skies pain that comes out life the plus fully each don't believe army to re any when experience deeply mitze rite of passage sometimes that's how they referred to it it's sort of a rite of passage of growing up a growing up while flying bullying is happen for years news used that i think we advent of technology cheese makes it even larger the pain in the the suffering in the email liaise do nothing and in his should be prevented how is 'cyberbullying different from inperson boeing well any type of humiliation or harassment or bullying that occurs digital cyberworld what would be but we we now consider cyberbulling and i think some of the things that are made several going a little different than while flying bullying or impressed mulling these pretty much three different characteristics one is that this is anonymity people don't necessarily see the other inflicting on another person when they are sending at tax or poster tweets about another person also they think they can hide behind the anonymity sometimes people i.
"clementi" Discussed on The IVY Podcast
"Need new october is national boeing prevention monkey this global campaign was founded two thousand six and in unites communities around the world tajikistan raise awareness of boeing prevention and how to keep could save at school online and in the community torn more about this international movements ivs director of social impact annabi solvent sat down with jane clementi jane son tyler was the victim of a horrible act of sabra bullying at rutgers university in two thousand ten at the age of eighteen power took his own life several days after the experience his death brought national attention to the issue cyberbullying in there has been facing lgbt youth in the wake of towers passing gene cofounded the tower common condition which is on a mission to him online at all fine bowling the foundation also sheds light on the important distinction between inperson bullying and cyber boeing in this conversation gene talks about her inspiration to share tower story y buoying exist in how to teach our youth to navigate the conflict world of sabra boeing in the age of social media pleased anjar conversational gene clementi gene thank you so much for joining the ivy podcast what inspired you to start the tyler clementi foundation and shared tyler story email it was not something she naturally in the way of his passing for whatever reasons had histoy drove or ernie is star on sadly there were many other young people that pass in time for were rematch same reasons and for whatever reason tyler story did create a great deal media change and it was at that point i was very now he dead inside that i do not on jumped to share him with the outlook but as time grassed i could see that he story in the headlines did create a lot of attention any energy create conversation and i think he helped move the conversation towards reset and towards equality and i do believe it had had a positive impact mice seeing that positive impact it has allowed me to want to share him a little bit warmer with with within one year it this guy but i wanna share him and share his story because i want those conversations something the ads really face cdc defines bowling as any unwanted aggressive behaviour among youth involving a power imbalance do you agree with.
"clementi" Discussed on The Secret History of Hollywood
"The bullets thankfully did no harm but the powder burned scorched the skin of tom's hand so badly that he was sent for an immediate operation so miniscule was the film's budget however that he was required to return to filming off the just two days which meant that his remaining scenes included a hitherto unseen medical dressing around his carried his hand which the produces didn't even attempt to disguise natural husband was that aidid before or after six months maybe that's work from here to death of a scoundrel starring in a small part as his brothers own brother once more george being cast in the lead is the films antihero clement he suborning loosely based on the reallife reprobate surge rubinstein who matter a mysterious death in nineteen fifty five tom was cast as jerry seib warren who believing his brother to have died long ago fell in love with and married his brother's girlfriend zina in revenge clementi has jerry arrested as an illegal immigrant and jerry's killed while resisting arrest toms role in the film was over before the end of the first act and comprised as tom night stated firmly of precisely fifty one wads originally ables 53 watch but the film was running over schedules or the cat out a couple despite the brevity of tom's time on the filmed the tensions between the two brothers onset were causing something of a problem george complained at length and that significant volume about the amount of alcohol the tom was consuming during production tom did his best to ignore the loud complaints but every now and then we'll be forced to sheepishly explained to inquiring minds that he was still in a great deal of pain and that alcohol while the root cause of his liver problems was ironically also the only anaesthetic it was.
"clementi" Discussed on 790 KABC
"I i see what you're saying yeah all right so um i also uh i've got a good friend who is a um uh an fbi um profiler and he says which i totally agree with because i i was talking to jim clementi and i said well what about um what about the genetic what about his father 'cause i i really believe the father had something to do with it and he led maureen genetics load the gum his personality and psychology will aim the weapon and it late experiences are would pull the trigger why i just that in and of itself really kind kinda brought everything together or me y of all the tribhuvan middle east because seems like something a guy with his profile wouldn't be doing a fear of of retired fats law lobbed is living in mosquito nevada's spending all your days and spending all you have dollars gambling play video poker which by the way is not with wales play if you're a big time gambler you play cards if you're a guy would no personality or little old lady you sit there and play the machines and that's where i played which struck me as odd but but to go on trips to the united arab emirates and jordan just doesn't seem like what that guy would be doing i agree with that and that information is new and i know from 25 years of investigating largescale crimes in stopped we're w the hallmark of any good investigator any good investigation is to approach this with an open mind and um and objectivity so we i i i can't formulate anything now i don't know what to think i do know that they've got great gambling there but like you said he's not hitting the blackjack table so i would not my first thing would be to approach it methodically and slowly and without inserting my own um ideas of what it could b i would look at the uh where he stayed i would look at the phone records i would look at his credit card statements which they're doing they're doing all that and they're also drilling down just uh and uh.
"clementi" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"In atlanta and it's a matchup that could provide us with a first espn's coley harvey with our clementi wondering jimbo said to you about trying to become the first saving insisted to beat him in a game given he was really try not to go too far down that road and that's what you'd expect the coach to do a before taking on a coach that he used to coach under but also before big game like this are not trying to upstage the other side ethics say is is something that is important the jimbo because this is a a coach in nick saving who he did look up to their what he was at ellis you back in two thousand three when they had that staff with so many other now current cake coaches in college football is is a staff were they used to joke about west virginia the native state to both jimbo fisher and next saving they used a joke about places that is jimbo heated said to be are you've been on the map the places that they hole about and assistance in other assistance in that room other lsu assistance would always look at them and say we got to get back to football we don't care who you guys are talking about so he certainly would like to to beat his friend but but he's not try to necessarily say that on camera right now because uh because again this is something that he respects those look up to but with does believe that his team is is capable of getting past this first hurdle as it tries to to move towards the play off later this year yeah could be the first to meetings between them you never know first of two in atlanta dare i say before i let you go what's coaching staff saying about what they expect from super freshman can acres at the running back position this year yeah i mean this is a guy who can pretty much do it all and i think.
"clementi" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!
"Kind of mentally pegged to the shekel you cannot exchange it for the local currency the shekel but it will mentally pegged for that and you would get this currency when you sign up you'll get a little bit it will be issued when you you know kind of publish something that you're setting for the currency when you bring a friend to their system that this like event that will where where the country is issued and that grew seoul fast like older clementi like that of of of of mum used it end we got to a situation where we have a thousand transaction per day if the system for moms buying products and services from each other using their own currency and we thought ourself so so so this something here i mean he will just gave him the stool this monetary tool this monetary technology and they did amazing things but over a long period of stein's i'm talking about yearo so we saw that there was a problem at with with liquidity and not just in quality between the currencies i mean that's nice and everything but more about liquidity to the rest of the world to the real world because as the community matures it requires that that liquidity and liquidity could not be achieved for small classes because in order to have liquidity there's is a barrier to liquidity in the world today and liquid it is very important because i mean if if if you think about every currency as like a network of value transfer which is like cair like like a local network liquidities the internet this is.