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Fresh update on "cobo" discussed on CBS Sports Radio
"Regular practice back it off the goaltender's lightning clear the puck down and that will do it. Or the Stars second power play. What Both power plays have been excellent for Dallas. Great chances, no finish. How a shot by Kobo another saved by Vassil Levski. Cobo from the right circle. Otto behind the Net out you election Jack for a drive and at the net. But comes out to the right point Second is on affair passed tickets and picked up by point. Man Al Coleman back in his own zone with 10.5 for mating period. Two shots for 13 7 Dallas in a 11 game. Here's point down, the right side cutting wife puts on the brakes defended by election. Great point for the night makes lives it across to Kevin Kirk. A.
Fresh update on "cobo" discussed on WGR Programming
"Working back out to the left point. He rocked up. Able to keep it in his own moment, charity Now Coleman will clear just out of the box and plot moves the puck the rest of the way. Johnson $76. We've played four minutes in period, too. Hey, skinning up the left way your cups, Cobo puts on the brakes. Kobo top of the left. Bring Circle back off for SL Adela shot. Now. Second up at the park. Away by McDonogh. Polo is back on it for the stars in a 11 game early second period. Souls of the first from Joel Hanley and Yadi Gord. Tickets. It moves the puck along Maru looking around. Leaving it for but goes in. Now Zach goes, it starts up. I slightly moving from left to right. Here's Paquette across the Dallas line. Fuck Dr off his stick. And the stars. Move it back down. Here's Pavelski, now the left wing centering pass that's broken up and cleared by Paquette. Past maroon stars have it once again. Locked away for Garriott off Yeah. Now the lightning it controlled record with.
Fresh update on "cobo" discussed on WGR Programming
"It. Take out to the point for a shot by circuits have which fist Annette High and wide. Battle over for Dallas clears with 25 seconds remaining. How could drop had taken away? Play by play. Cobo sends it deep to the right of the Champ. A bagel shop. Kirk is on it there around two circuits have with 12 seconds. Look set back along by Pavelski if to the left of Vasilevskiy. Last night I watched out Period. One water 1020 Stanley Cup final is tied at one After 20 minutes. Roll, Handley. For the Stars record. For.
Fresh update on "cobo" discussed on CBS Sports Radio
"Election. Pass for point reflects off tickets in Sweet bird with the puck down for Dallas. With 10.5 remaining in period, one of the stars By a goal. Dallas with the puck. Wait, Cobo tied up by surrogates. Kept alive by the stars. Dickinson along the deer boards behind it at Cobo. Out to the left circle for Clint Berg. Nick Berg, pressured by Kucherov kept alive by the Stars carried it defied Dickinson and then back out quick burn across for Liddell, Who puts what say fate by Vasilevskiy? Count the Lightning with 15 seconds remaining on the penalties Great point Moving down the right side now holds since the puck back out, and.
Fresh update on "cobo" discussed on Kentuckiana's Saturday Morning News
"The right way? Am I saying it's the only way and why are they seeing it differently than me? Outstanding report by Tony de Cobo on a number of levels and the key word there, pause. And I would tell you I have some. I have some strong political feelings. I mean, but I keep them to myself because of the nature of the business. We working, and I had the best compliment I've received from a listener. One time was. I don't know where you stand politically. That means I'm doing my job. At least when it comes to, but I have strong political beliefs on a lot of fronts. But I don't bring them out here. I also have learned working at this job. And Joe, you know, from picking up that phone. I've done the same thing. There were times where I I do it just because, OK, I'm in a good place. I want to hear how people are talking and is amazing. When you just close the mouth and you open the ears and you listen to what people are saying what you learn about people Unbelievable. And sometimes it's a little scary. It isthe. It's disturbing Skerry. I've read some of the comments that are posted to our social media pages. I read some of the comments that are sent to us via our private inbox. On our social media pages. A hand. You. You can just tell listening is an issue for people and yours truly. I'm in that boat. My wife talks to me sometimes and I've punched out. I know I talked to her and I punched out here. She's punched out. I get it. Listening is the hardest thing we could do is humans. We have to keep working at that report by Tony Tony to Koval. Oh, I've been. I've been saying that for decades now and it just it's it's nice to see that come out and it says a lot about who we are as a society. All right, there you go. In news radio 8 40. Getting.
Thousands still without power in New York City Region
"Is once again in the upper nineties. One week after the hurricane made landfall down south and made its way up the East coast quickly. Tens of thousands remain without power in the tri state area. The CG Long island reports about 39,000 customers still in the dark con ed. Still working to restore power to nearly 16,000 mostly in Westchester and Queens, Governor Cuomo joining electric customers blasting the utilities, power companies are awed. Notice your franchise can be revoked as they restore power to thousands in this city and the suburbs Governor Cuomo BLAST The response of two major providers, Con Edison and P. S, C and G are doing the worst. Jobs in terms of recovery, Cobo has or the Public Service Commission to investigate the power company's response to tropical Storm, Zaius said, or Todd Kaminsky says lawmakers have questions of their own. Our state legislature a week from today will be calling the heads of these utilities, including our phone utilities, which completely failed. And light but to the carpet to answer what happened and what is going to be done. So this doesn't happen again. Stewart service of Plant Him Heights believes the response is not much better than Superstorm. Sandy. This was a much shorter storm that they knew was coming, and they just seem to be unprepared. P s e G Long Island said the storm caused significant damage to the
Using Nature and Animals to Manage Anxiety
"Richard. It's great to have you. A lot has been talked about the connection between mental health and nature mental health and animals. And I kind of want to start off in this place. I'm a big fan of social media loved or hated. It's probably here to stay and one of the things that I often see on social. Media's this meam that says the best antidepressant is a walk in nature and I know that you don't feel that nature replaces medical science. But you do feel that a walk in nature has real real support and real help for people who are suffering from depression. Can you talk about that for a moment? And that's new. When I wrote last child in the Woods College in two thousand five. This was ignored the impact of the natural world on human wellbeing on on health on cognitive functioning all of that pitted been in basically ignored and I could find maybe sixty studies because many of them were about the growing disconnect between children and they're for adults to and nature and some of the some of those studies dealt with the benefits and some of those studies with mental health and physical health. That is a drop in the bucket. Compared to how much money is spent researching just about everything else and it struck me that something. So large as the impact of the natural world experience on human health and wellbeing have been ignored. How could that be and as I looked into it? I was working with some neuro scientists. Them they were studying brain architecture development and young children and they were looking at all kinds of things and how that affected brain architecture development everything from parent child attachment to add daycare too dangerous neighborhoods in all of that and those things they were. Aim literally shapes the brain. You Early Childhood and I asked them on. Have you ever thought about how the natural world helped shape the brain young children experiences actual contact with the natural world? And they look at you with a blank face and they said what's nature and I understand that that science has difficult time defining nature. But you know I said to the neuroscientist. This isn't rocket science or and it isn't brain surgery. Come up with a hypothesis and tested hundred. Twenty trees pray or whatever. They still had trouble so I decided that was one of the reasons why this was so under. Studied is the blind spot in science about nature the rest of nature which we are part the second reason. Where does the research money come from? What till can you manufacturer? What thing can you commercialize out of that? Now there are some things I mean parks and outdoor hiking organizations things like that. There are some but for the most part people don't think about cert- certainly funders. Don't think about this as something that they can get something out of by funding. That's changing today. If you go to the chill nature network which you mentioned your introduction. We have a research library here that we built and it is for anybody in the world is free. And there are now probably. It's just tipped over one thousand studies. We have abstracts for him links to the original studies when they're available so it's gone from about sixty two over a thousand in about fourteen years after not existing before. I think that it's interesting. That one of the things you said and this really plays to the pessimist in me is. We don't want to tell people to go for walks because there's no funding for it and you can't make money it you know. We can't prescribe one. Walk a day or hug your dog every day that that's not something that you can fill at the pharmacy and this is kind of cancer. Balanced against the medication is important. Look at the advances that we've made with cancer by coming up with better treatments etc but I would even argue that taking somebody who is suffering from cancer and completely isolating them taking away their friends their support systems their animals and even a window would put them in more of a bad way than they already are. And I think that's what you're saying and you've talked about in your work. How animal assisted therapy is becoming one of the biggest healthcare trends and I don't think that's a bad thing but you also talk about the controversy surrounding it and then you back it up with science. Can you talk about animal? Assisted therapy for a moment. Because I I just find it absolutely fascinating. That people wouldn't respond to this favorably but I also understand that this is our culture. Everything is good and everything is bad seemingly at the same time I think it's more nuance than that. I think that most people understand that their dog helps them. You know most people get get it at this level and in terms of organized animals therapy whether it's dogs or or wine therapy with horses or going outside and connecting with wild animals. No matter what that is people necessarily understand that it's the science is coming now and the science is really interesting though that some of it is controversial but nobody. His watched a kid with disabilities in an equine therapy. A Horse therapy course assisted therapy. Setting cannot be not moved. It's very moving to watch this. One person who works in this field told me that her mother was bringing her child who is autistic to animal assisted therapy sessions which involved horses and he would ride horses with a helmet and somebody would lead the horse and he was. I think about nine years old and he had not talked ever and one day when they didn't go when they were supposed to to the horse. Therapy Her son walked into the living room and said there were horse. First Time she had heard him say a word so there are moving stories like that I talk about a woman another woman who is on the autism spectrum and she tells quite a moving story about not only how her service whose name is Cobo has her but how she has learned to help Cobo using some of the same techniques to Kobo. Us to help her so often. What is occurring is a kind of mutual. Azam is not one way. I don't want it to be seen as just what we get out of our relationship with other animals my promote something in the book called the reciprocity principle which basically holds it for every bit a healing that they give us hamels whether they are domestic or wild animals. Give us we need to give back to them. The same we need to protect them as they protect us.
"cobo" Discussed on KOMO
"Home order details from Cobo's Jeff Poe July measures in Franklin County poem to Pasco and a good portion of the tri cities have voted to defy the stay at home order and allow businesses to re open the move comes after conservative state lawmaker Brad Clifford claims he found a law that makes the governor's order invalid after thirty days did we call a special session and that we take back some of the the out of control measures the and equal measures that the government the governor has passed and that we the legislature say this will not I say again this must not go on past may fourth that's clipper talking with our news partner KO NA but Franklin county's move is not without its critics even in Republican circles equally conservative can attest county home to Ellensburg released a statement effectively saying that no county has the authority to overrule the governor meanwhile governor Inslee's office says Franklin county's move is illegal Jeff posible como news in Franklin County commissioner Clint did here says he personally plans to sue the governor over the stay at home order some Republican state lawmakers wanna hold a special session to deal with the coronavirus representative Jesse youngsters measures taken to prevent the spread of covert nineteen he'd have a legislative support guarantees recognizes because its solutions of these offerings will not work if people do not choose to abide by them getting this back in there to start crafting real solutions is the key to everything working and not falling apart the movement for special session does seem to have much support just yet Republican leaders warned involved in the announcement nor were any Democrats governor Inslee's office has not commented thousands of Washingtonians say the website to file for unemployment is running so slow it's taking people hours to apply many of them are worried they won't receive their benefits because Nick problem took these concerns to commissioners Suzi Levine of the employment security department fine said she understands the frustrations of the thousands waiting to get through on their website and says the department is working to fix performance issues to improve the amount of applicants the site can handle at a time that being said folks still aren't getting through and phone lines are so busy that people are trying to hundred to three hundred times in one day and still aren't getting a response.
"cobo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"cobo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
Unemployment programs can’t handle signups because … COBOL?
"New Jersey's governor recently went on TV asking for volunteers who know Cobo a more than sixty year old computer programming language. That's because the state's unemployment benefits system runs on a decades old mainframe. They can't keep up with the volume of requests for financial. Help and New Jersey isn't alone. Several states not to mention lots of financial institutions are all at the mercy of these very old systems running on a programming language. That isn't even taught in schools anymore. Joseph Steinberg is a cyber security consultant and author of the book cybersecurity for Dummies. Well first of all there are many financial institutions that use mainframes with Cobo for back in processing of transactions and batch processing. I think they probably have things in a lot. Better shape because they have the resources in house. In some cases they've replaced the systems at great expense over recent years in some cases. They're doing it now. And in some cases they've made the decisions to actually people to be able to support these systems going forward but when it comes to government and I would say probably even worse the state governments and then in the federal you have many systems that seem to hang around for a very long time one of the questions that I posed in the last week is simply if God forbid. This pandemic continued for several more months and all Americans had to vote in the presidential election. Remotely do all fifty states actually have computer systems that could accommodate that volume of ballots going out and in to be counted processed secure fashion in in any reasonable timeframe. And I'm afraid of what the answer to that question might be. We simply have a lot of legacy systems involved in various state processes and they are not meant they were never designed to accommodate. You know mass loads that could suddenly happen now And it's a lot harder to skill. These legacy systems newer technology scale much. Better and I'm afraid of what's out there at the state level And I'm sure there's some in federal government but you know after this pandemic is over. It's really going to be time to take a serious look at a lot of these older systems and evaluate whether they really are reliable only because we haven't had to make changes or they're really reliable and I think in many cases will find that it's the former right. I mean it seems like this is sort of an invisible infrastructure problem in America. That in some ways is as expensive and difficult to fix as roads and bridges. It's as expensive and perhaps in some ways more dangerous because you don't notice it until the problem happens right. You have people who desperately need money because there were suddenly ended there placed unemployment claiming they can get processed that can be dangerous. People could be low on food and other supplies can easily obtain them now. Either and I think that's precisely the issue with these older systems often. We assume that they're reliable until it's too late and the problem has hit and at that point you know you've gotTA tactical problem. How do we process these on unemployment claims and a strategic problem? How do we make sure this never happens again in the future? You're saying that even if we were able to bring a lot of programmers out of retirement that these systems simply may not ever be able to handle the load that is being put on them now. It may be possible to scale them up with improved hardware but that's going to be very expensive number one and they don't skill as simply as more modern systems. Do so you know the fact that you're hiring. Programmers out of retirement in people don't live forever. You're not gonNA have an endless supply of programmers who programmed in the seventies in the workforce. And I'm not saying that. These systems aren't reliable. They may be very reliable for what they do. Now but we have to accept the fact that systems may need to be changed and may need to scale up suddenly and we may not be able to do it with the existing technology and human resources and I have been at companies that re platform and it is hard and it's really expensive. And what does that look? Like at a sort of state and national level. What kind of investment in terms of technology and money with that take The thing to keep in mind. There's also political problem with things like this. You know if you're a state elected official and you have to budget a large amount of money for replacing a system no user of that system initially benefits from it so you need to have the political Will which I think after this. We will to invest the money before problems happened understanding that you're investing for the future. We should have our infrastructure. Set up that if there is an emergency in which people are dying. The governor should be focused on people not on technical glitches unemployment system
Prison Guards, Serial Bombers, and National Forest Murders
"This is a prison. Guard story Hello beautiful people. Hello let's get into it okay. My Dad he's really. My stepdad. Raised me my biological dad doesn't deserve the title suck at Dennis. You get to write in and you get to say what you want. That's right so my dad was a guard at a maximum security prison in Arkansas for several years during his twenty S. He has many stories about the job. But my favourite has to be the time he was almost murdered by an inmate. While working in general population he became good friends with a lot of the inmates in Gen pop and really enjoyed his job. However there are always some bad apples in person who wrote this under the Philippine. Ain't no one to stir up trouble on one of these. Inmates Really headed out for my dad. For some reason one day say he was the corrections off. That's why one day said inmate walked up behind my dad with a shaking. His hand made from a toothbrush just as he was about to attack. My Dad another inmate saw what was happening. Pulled out his own. Shame shanks for everyone. But no one's brushing. Their teeth came up behind the bad inmate and stabbed him in the throat. Oh my God calling him. Oh My fucking God. My Dad Remembers hearing scuttle behind him when he turned around. He saw the bad inmates body on the ground. The good inmate looked at my dad and said WHO's about to kill you. She's Christ Ama- journalists and naturally peppered my dad with questions including how the hell dealmaker shank out of a toothbrush. But he didn't know much more to the fact that is back with churn and they never found out what the inmates motive was. He was a murderer. Our Young. Let's about it it's jails jails and the place where you start critical and planning out. Good stuff that you're GONNA do. My Dad stayed employed at the prison for a while after that the good inmate ended up getting released on good behaviour not too long after he saved my dad's like well you know. I wonder if that was part of the decision making process. He saved a fucking a corrections officer and probably chances are took care of some of his own business. Amen Ra I mean you. You wouldn't do that entirely just for a corrections officer would you? Maybe not yeah good behavior including murdering people who were going to murder correction soft. Yeah it's all makes me think of is everyone should listen to ear hustle? Because it's a podcast that is made by people who are in prison day. Tell stories all about this stuff and they can speak to it right there. Probably like yeah. There's lots of critical thinking and in prison because you have to alive day your hustle one hundred percent the good. Needless to say we are all very grateful. My Dad had friends on the inside. Stay sexy always make friends in jail. Question Love Kate. Be The kind of corrections officer that people would want to say. That's true that's a good kind of life philosophy okay. If occur how about if a correction for corrections officer can make friends with prison. Inmates than you could make friends with anyone. Anyone in your dorm right. Stay positive. I'm not going to be the subject line of this because it gives away okay. Am FM crew. Great pod don't ever change. Here's my story on January twenty nine. Th One thousand nine hundred eighty eight Eric. Robert Rudolph bombed an abortion clinic in Birmingham Alabama. Roughly six months later my brother and I- ages seven and nine respectively. Were on a mission to make a hot summer day at least slightly different than all the other ones that came before it. Our childhood home in Birmingham. Suburb backed up two miles of woods where we spent most of our free ranch childhood. I saying on this particular day. We decided to take a left where we normally went right and came upon a makeshift camp ground. Oh my a single folding chair. Dozens of empty span. And even more michelob. Ultra bottles were scattered around the burnt-out firepit. Naturally our first instinct was to touch everything. He stomped on this pam tens through the bottles against trees and use the folding chair to reenact some of our favorite. Wwe move right after we had caused all the mayhem. We could and destroyed any chance of evidence collection. We ran home to tell her mom about our day. I'll never forget the FE. She made or the tone of voice as she related discovery to a nine one. One operator as it turns out. Police suspected Rudolph hit out in the woods around Birmingham for a while after the bombing after the police inspected the place they told my parents. It was probably just a local teenagers. Hang out spot but to this day. My mother swears quote. Only a psychopath would eat that much spans. Thank you Eric Eric. Robert Rudolph was finally arrested in two thousand three in North Carolina. Where he'd been hiding in the woods for years during his reign of terror. He bumped Centennial Park during the Nineteen Ninety six Olympics. Other borsch another abortion clinic and a lesbian bar all in Atlanta. After his arrest he explained he was fighting against abortion. End Quote the homosexual agenda. Fuck you real. He's currently serving life without possibility of parole in a supermax prison rate. Stay sexy and if you can't stay out of the forest at least don't disturb a serial bomber. Hang out. Jim Be as my dad made us clean up the scene after the call. Such a dad move. That is such a dad me ended up. Clean it up. We thought God Jim Amazing. That was real. That's so scary. Guys that is. That's like the that's exactly what the eighties were like. Yes destroy fucking Cobo camp that you found yeah could have belonged to a serial killer. Your Dad made you clean it up. You're the one somehow in your Brown quarter Iraq. That's getting in trouble that's right. This is witness murder trial. Hello Georgia and Karen as a longtime true crime fan and more recent listener of your podcasts. I have to share with you that last week. I had one of the most thrilling experiences of my life when was called as a witness in a murder trial. Oh my God I worked for the. Us force service in Dark Mossy sasquatch infested national forests in the eight years. I've worked for the Forest Service. I've learned that people will go to their public lands to do weird things. Yeah they do. I've encountered a cachet of stolen guns a wild west shootout between a real cowboy and some tweezers a hostage situation mysteriously exploding four wheelers and countless people that. I'm pretty sure did something illegal. I just didn't know quite what I was called. As a witness in a trial involving two young men who were very much under the influence of drugs that decided for whatever reason to steal a mini van belonging to one of their stepparents and take a trip into the national forest in the dead of winter. Two Thousand Nineteen during a week of heavy rain while. I'm not sure exactly the motive when the two men stopped at a campsite in the forest one of the men overcame and murdered the other one then set the minivan ablaze. Oh my God. My role as a witness was fairly minor. I was asked to testify when the campsite was or was not occupied that week in order to establish a timeline however it was absolutely thrilling to stand before a judge. Swear IN HELP. Put the murderer behind bars. He was found guilty. After a mere four hours of deliberation. I had to share this with you because it was just so exciting I do however feel very bad for the family of the victim who most certainly did not deserve to die that night in the forest sincerely. Cs Drugs Drugs. Drugs are a bummer Obama. The forest is Obama. Just like the idea of being a minivan high out of your mind. I have an idea. Let's go to a remote part of the forest and then all snap and lose my mind. Poor awful just not cool
Sony 360 Reality Audio: This headphone-virtualization system expands music beyond your head
"We'll or home theater key kello scotto take leo how're you doing we should mention that these sony surround sound headphones you're talking about a couple of weeks ago that review is now up on tech high dot com correct and i really love it they aren't they aren't the headphones per se you can use the system with any headphones you want oh so there's just a just a headphone hamper hamper headphone no it's a headphone it's not even a box it's an app you put on your phone what yeah it's noth- nothing it's the cost nothing and there you go but you have to listen to the phone you have to have a headphone you have to have a pair head and also as smartphone right because he has a smartphone yeah yeah you gotta have a source for the the music will be your smartphone well it'll be there are actually three sources so yes you have to pay for the for the swords i have to pay for for title title or cobras q. oh b. u. s. b. jozy as ah cobras or nuggets dot net and you GS and nuggets is specializes in recordings of live concert ooh i i like that which is really cool very because the music itself has to also be encoded in this war has to be encoded in this format called three sixty reality polity audio from sony and what they do is they have to remix it basically they have to mix it in this format and it's a the format is very much like dobie atmos- that that is object oriented so each instrument or sound emitting element in the mix is an object and you can place it anywhere in three d. space so that is one thing to point out is at least unhugged dot net they're taking concert recordings and remixing them they're not getting spatial audio from some sort of interesting recording setup there they might be it's possible i'm looking at like i mean i doubt in two thousand nine bruce springsteen recorded his show correct correct that way but maybe the newer stuff they might be correct yeah i mean new new artists are mixing in this format to begin with wow this is tempting i might i might have to try nuggets dot net because i would love to you know two thousand nine springsteen concert and surround sound like you're standing in the audience that'd be leading more than surround sound how can it be more than surround well because they can place objects over your head up down left right all round yeah exactly and on a live concert they wouldn't typically put the guitar you know above you you know or the drums but they they would put audience ambient sound above you nice and of course if you're in a if you're in a hall with a roof there's your reflections from overhead all right you have to make the the the music the file has to be mixed in this format right and and then you then it's streamed from tidal or cobos or nogues and any headphone that you happen to wear while you're streaming it will will render the file so that it sounds so full and i mean is it really going to have to try it there's a thirty day trial in eggs on any of them all okay idle and cobras also have thirty day probably worth doing because you don't know what is at least you don't i'll have to buy new headphones or buy new hardware now if you if you do buy or have a certain select sony headphones you can go one step farther farther ooh which to tell you the truth i didn't find to be all that advantageous that's the one thing about it that that i wrote about in the in the review but if you have sony headphones and i had the w. h. one thousand x noise canceling wireless headphones sony sent him to me you can use used the sony headphones app which is also free to take pictures of your ears and what it supposedly does is creates a custom profile for your ears because everybody's ears are uniquely shaped it's almost like fingerprints you everybody's ears are different and the way that sound in the in the environment around you diffraction around them is unique based upon the shape of your ears so if you take a picture of your ears it with the sony app and then apply that the algorithm that generates as a result to the incoming incoming stream from title or co buzzer hugs then supposedly you get an even more personalized more realistic
Miley Cyrus & Kaitlynn Carter Send Brody Jenner a Joint Gift for His 36th Birthday: a Weed Bouquet
"Next up. Miley cyrus and caitlin carter send brody jenner adjoin gift for his thirty sixth birthday a weed bouquet quote. We'd he'd like to wish you a happy birthday. Miley caitlyn road in their birthday card to brody romantic friends miley and caitlyn sent a joint birthday present birdie jenner on wednesday pun intended jenner owner who turned thirty six on nagas twenty-first shared the gift on his instagram stories a gift box for marijuana dispensary lowell farms complete with a weed bouquet milen caitlyn. You guys really stepped it up on this. One jenner jenner can be heard saying in the video. You know my favorite company of all time we got the birthday card attached to the k look at this. This is such a nice weird ending to this incredible credit saga incre. I don't think it's ending this just another stop on the road and it's nice and weird and cool that everyone's getting along except for liam right so sad i'd who filed for divorce yesterday officially but brody was also spotted with a girl multiple times and it just pictures of them making out oh those e saco on her story about this whole thing because every time i read the story there is a baseball player like super famous. Juan jose consider dad josie and jose like i get their name. Skis jeter spot the baseball no dad yeah because i was looking at her instagram and she like tagged she he came up so i don't think it was a coincidence incidents unless they just met for the first time. I don't remember but i remember. I'm pretty shy confirmed that it was her dad. Oh my god you're right. Okay that makes a lot of san. Jose can say josie. She can say go really cute name child of your needs and say okay. I'm sorry i miss. I was like so confused like brick. Jenner's out with a club with a baseball player is he joined ainley. Yeah no it was so confusing and then incidents like two people chosen jose she super yeah beautiful so honestly just like wheatley seems like a really happy ending for most of the people involved in this so who is the most deserving of a happy ending but he'll get his yeah. He needs an ice girl from australia. Who likes to surf yeah well. Margot yesterday was like oh. I don't like what she goes. Liam filed for divorce liam hemsworth and i'm like oh. I was like shocked. I don't know why i thought she said chris and i was like this families. Falling apart and it was posted on the toasts and then she was like okay and she's like being so weird and then i'm like wait who didn't and then i walked in and you're like liam filed for divorce has like okay. That's what you do the logical next and then we re sorry like i really was upset for a second because honestly chris serve elsa. Elsa are really such a beautiful couple like such puking it couldn't be it couldn't be possible wasn't and it wasn't crisis a very big. You just never know these days. Who's gonna fall. Who do we ship with liam hemsworth these days. I mean always living at cobo.
"cobo" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Virtual Cobo center past the McNamara federal building ended in front of the spirit of Detroit were a block party rally was held organizers tell us over fifty grassroots organizations made up this rally from thirty four state and the Maria are chilla co director of the center for popular democracy was one of the organizers here are people that are organizing in there every day and where we can all be the goal she says is to fight for a variety of issues ranging from health care and immigration to climate change in the minimum wage as well as our killer says mobilizing voters for the upcoming twenty twenty presidential election you try John Hewitt WWJ newsradio nine fifty on the heels of that testimony of former special counsel Robert Muller before Congress earlier this week Democrats now expected to go to courts to force a subpoena against former White House counsel down began CBS news Capitol Hill producer Rebecca Kaplan explaining the two sides of Democrats one of which once impeachments the other against it they see undeniable evidence that the president has committed obstruction of justice and they want house Democrats to use their power as the majority party in the house to really taken to task for that now on the other hand you have really a much broader swath of Americans and indeed a broad swath of Democrats according to CBS news polling who really want to see house Democrats focus instead on his kitchen table issues on healthcare on jobs now the trump administration has been willing to let the subpoenas go forward this is anger Democrats who want to be going forward with impeachment proceedings against the president meantime house speaker Nancy Pelosi says she had a nice meeting with high profile progressive lawmaker Alexandria okay sea of Cortez hello see downplayed any differences with a freshman lawmaker after a half hour meeting with a see as she's known OKC accord has recently criticized LOC saying she fell below sea have been outright disrespectful by the explicit singling out of newly elected women of color for criticism all this could really watered down a wine lovers night president trump signaling new possible trade action on France more now from CBS news correspondent Steve Dorsey I've always liked American ones better than French ones president trump said he made clear to French president Emmanuel macron he'd take action to retaliate against a new tax targeting American tech companies like Facebook an Amazon I told him I said no do it because if you do it I'm going to tax you want the president was kinder to British prime minister Boris Johnson with whom we spoke today both leaders are optimistic about a trade deal following breaks it Steve Dorsey CBS news Washington W. W. Jamie's time five thirty six Detroit's Catholic community is gathering over the next few days for special events and services as part of father son is Casey's road to sainthood father David Cruz is the director of the father Salinas Casey center in Detroit we're doing a novena in preparation for the feast day so preparing ourselves in prayer for the celebration there's going to be on the thirtieth so says father's Casey sainthood will have share his story on the World Wide stage Casey who died in nineteen fifty seven started the capuchin soup kitchen a mission that still continues today on the east side of feast will be held on Tuesday thanks to chemical bank it's something new rolling into a drug neighborhood W..
"cobo" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Twenty manslaughter after the arraignment attorney Lee kindling took issue with those who say Hussein is a flight risk because his father is in another country. The is the law. We're all supposed to be perceived equally. And if my client's name was John Smith. Then maybe the arguments have been made that he's got connections to other countries judge ordered Hussein to wear a GPS tracking device in the meet with his probation officer every week town clerk who refuse to issue a same sex couple of marriage license last summer has apologized. Jerry Erickson clerk in the Montgomery County county route read a brief statement outta town meeting last night calling the Mandarin unfortunate incident, her statement requirement of the sentiment the town rage with Dylan Thomson and Thomas heard that also included in unspecified cash payment the couple sought a marriage license, but we're turned away by Ericsson because of her religious beliefs. He told the couple at the time they needed to schedule an appointment with a deputy clerk and come back. Another time to later obtained a license in Cobo skill like, Patrick NewsRadio aid, Ken, we'll know three one. WG wise, Senator Chuck Schumer is calling on the federal department of labor to investigate. How workers were recently let go by friendlies past weekend. The restaurant. Chain abruptly announced it was closing Twenty-three more locations, including fourteen in central and western New York, and Alexa is listening. But not the way you may think Amazon's Alexa device as opposed to listen and respond to your commands. But no one said anything about recording them. But that's what was on employs are doing. According to Bloomberg news, seven former Amazon workers reported that employs capture as many as one thousand clips per shift, even sharing amusing ones among themselves. They added the recordings also captured things like a sexual assault. An Amazon spokesperson confirmed the process and said, it's designed to train its speech recognition systems till Alexa, can better understand. Your requests Carmen Roberts. Fox.
"cobo" Discussed on WJR 760
"My sister widow here. But don't don't tell me innocent. Celts my because intelligence. Makes me very angry. We'll post you to tag it will. But zini. Buzzing. The end of that. And it gives them the ticket. Car. And that's they they choke him to any out. He didn't actually die in that movie. He went onto a bit act and other movies. And now he wrote a book that claims that Hollywood godfather my life in the movies in the mob. And it's he's got him. This guy's like the Zelic of historical events. He was he was there for the JFK assassination. He was there for the death of Marilyn Monroe. He was there for the Iranian revolution. In one thousand nine hundred seventy nine he saw Elvis and in the Memphis, mafia, shoot up a hotel room. He sucked wanted to seek field. And Royce Tigers. He told Frank Sinatra rip his arm off. He watched John F Kennedy snort cocaine off the starlets scum stomach and that was inauguration laundered money for the Vatican. He was tortured by Pablo Escobar. He personally advised Marlon Brando, and how his son could be a nineteen ninety murder rap. Oh, and you also killed two men. Nobody's perfect Siegfried and ROY. Tiger made him do. Yeah. Good luck believing all that and okay. And he's a snitch. Yeah. On top of what's. Come here on seven sixty WJR right after this news, seven sixty WJR news. Marie osborne. A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for olive metro-detroit until ten o'clock tonight. There is the chance of strong winds with this storm wall and pro President Trump supporters gathering at the Cobo center tonight WJR is our metal anthem is there more than two hundred we build the wall supporters have gathered for an event at Cobo hall. However, not everyone is happy with the idea of the wall. Kate seven is with bam in organization against the wall. She says it's wrong to keep others out of the country. And it's time for open borders about ten protesters have gathered on the corners of west Jefferson and Washington boulevard, Detroit, police and private security are returning the area to make sure that everyone is safe outside. Cobo hall are middle Landreau WJR news in a blow to President Trump twelve Republican Senate. Hitters backed a measure of disapproval regarding has declared a national emergency along the southern border. So he could move money toward wall construction. The president is certainly ready. His first reaction to the Senate approving a resolution to block his national emergency declaration comes via Twitter veto, exclamation point all capital letters, and that is Bob Constantini reporting. Once again, we want to remind you a severe thunderstorm watches finish you'd for all of metro-detroit until ten o'clock tonight. I'm Marie Osborne. WJR news. I'm Jeanette Schneider. Host of.
Family members arrested before Texas man's exectuion
"Texas, executing a seventy year old man who'd been on death row for nearly thirty years. Billy Cobo becoming the oldest person ever put to death in Texas. He was condemned for killing here's a strange wife's parents and brother the brother was a Waco police officer all of that in Extel outside Waco prison spokesman Robert her says members of Cobos family banged on the viewing room window during the execution. Yelling and screaming and the officers fiscally removed him his wife and their friend from the witness room. They were all jailed for
"cobo" Discussed on KNSS
"University of New York at Cobo skill did uncork a bottle from a batch of beer found in the wreck of the SS, Oregon, which shipwrecked in eighteen eighty six brewing company says if the students are able to successfully extract east from the beer, they'll try to create a new brew from the old yeast. It's not as Iki as it sounds last year in Australian brewer produce beer from yeast recovered from a two hundred twenty year old shipwreck. Oh my gosh. Why I guess it's just something to do. Yeah. It's enterprising. It's fun. Creating beer from old east some houses in the real estate market are described as fixer uppers this one in Philadelphia. Philadelphia could be a potential cutter upper Philadelphia real estate investor was scouting out a home. Founded had an unadvertised surprise. It was a stairway rigged with a booby trap. This is right out of home alone. Okay. I sale says when his team went to look at the house in January one of his co workers a small line on the staircase. He stopped his construction manager from going and recorded video as they tried to figure out what the line was four turns out when the line was pulled it released a fast moving downward swinging crutch from above stared. Yikes tape to the end of the crutch a large knife that pointed right to where a person's head would have been if they were walking up the stairs. That's not home alone. Bucket. Yeah. Not a similar. A similar type technological in my gosh. Who would do that? Felt they needed protection. I'm really was living creepy person would do that. I guess a record breaking number of Americans. Are saying poor leadership is the biggest problem facing the US? According to a new poll Gallup poll released on president's day found thirty five percent of respondents cited the government politicians and leaders of all stripes as the top problem holding the country back the highest rate of disapproval in that category. The benchmark survey has ever tracked. You know, it's kind of what we talk about everyday wear the leader's coming from who's who were the who were the great people that were looking for every day other worthy. Eisenhower's a Bob Dole's people like dead where are they coming from? And not only it says here, they're not only talking about government. But also talking about leaders of all stripes that'd be business too. People are involved in business that. That's an interesting poll question. Sometimes you see sometimes you see somebody the seem like they're the best and the brightest, and they just get a Nile aided when it comes to politics. All of a sudden, I found out that in the eighth grade. You know, the gay kiss girl behind the cabinet or something. And that's it. You're out of here. Yeah. It's it's. Is that what we're looking for somebody who's perfect? I don't know about that. Good point dead. I mean, does anybody have a clean enough background? I just got. I just now. Good people like Bill, Bradley. They're just smart as a whip. Yeah. He got into the presidential race. Just got Trump. Yeah. He was just a little too liberal. I guess and bang. You got clobbered? Yeah. Bill Bill, Bradley, of course, played basketball at Princeton beat Wichita state in and. Yeah, you're right. A brilliant, man. Sometimes you see these really sharp people. They get into politics. Just stand by people who are moderately hangers. The dumb people who just don't be nastier. Glenn.
"cobo" Discussed on WJR 760
"WJR as Paul W Smith guy, Gordon coming up right after this newscast to open things up for us now outside of the doors of Cobo center, there are hundreds of people protesting the plight of the American auto worker. WJR's Ken Rogulski is there. Kratz socialists are now in front of Cobo center just a few moments ago, the UAW held its own rally. Franks Toobin is the director of region one Frank what was your protest about? What was your demonstration about is a support for members in Warren power trading detroit-hamtramck, plants still they're going to close both Paul town and more and as far as you hear? Yes, they are. Yeah. But we're fighting to keep them open. So what is the solidarity protests here? It's a solidarity protests where we're behind him one hundred percent now to read your one, and we're gonna fight to keep them open. So it's still not a dead issue in your in your mind. And my mind is not a dead issue at all. Now, you got a rally here at Hart plaza. You went to front of the Kobo, and all of a sudden, you return to way, why was a candlelight vigil we candle lights we went our plan was to go down Cobo hall, make our parents in comeback. And then you're done. All right. We'll have a great day. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. There you have it. Marie one protest done. Another one's on the way. We'll keep you covered throughout the day lie on Jefferson avenue, Ken Rogulski, WJR news report from the website, BuzzFeed news, the sending shockwaves through Washington it suggests President Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen has told special counsel investigators the president directed him to lie to a congressional committee about the efforts to build a tower in Moscow, new broader statement from the president's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, and he suggested from any source that the president council. Michael Cohen is categorically false. Michael Cohen is a convicted criminal and liar. Giuliani concludes the accusation as reported by BuzzFeed, there's just more made up lies born of Michael choas malice and desperation in an effort to reduce the sentence. Bob Constantini, reporting with the partial government shutdown in day, twenty eight members of congress both sides of the I'll say their frustrations are growing Illinois Republican Representative Adam Kensington says enough is enough both. Besides my side. And the other side are stuck in these positions that they're unwilling to come off of to get to a compromise solution. Compromise is not a dirty word the whole country was founded on a compromise. Maryland democratic Senator Ben Cardin, says here's a compromise. Government needs to be opened the president needs to allow government to be open and let us then negotiate as we should on border security issues. Both the house and the Senate have cancelled next week's planned recess period to stay in Washington and try and find a way to end the partial government shutdown. Linda Kenyon, Washington. Influential Detroit Free Press columnist Rochelle Riley is among eight newsroom staffers, who volunteer to take a buyout as part of a.
"cobo" Discussed on Self-Publishing with Dale L. Roberts
"I other than what I just shared here. That's all I know Cobos going to be hopefully breaking ground in audio book realm and with their partnership with WalMart. This could spell quite a larger market that you can reach. So president tell you this one see we don't tell everybody. We don't sell each other everything here, folks it happens. All right. Kelli get this one merch by Amazon. Now, I hope you're sitting down for this one because there is a real change. I think as of January thirtieth royals is change. It's really not that bad for standard shirt. It's going down a little bit. When I say a little bit. I wanna say under our dollar. But I'm not sure about premiums for everything else. It's increasing everything else is far is. Like hoodies. I think the world he's are increasing three dollars Amazon. That's awesome. You never hear that with Amazon. So. That's the royalty change. Yes. Head somebody just asked us writing life at Cobo dot com, folks. So that was news to me. I think you'd briefly told me about the merge by Amazon thing. And folks, if you're you're an author and yourself publisher, I really highly recommend that you start to break ground in merch. This was something it was a private conversation between myself, and Derek Murphy, who's fairly successful indie author and actually runs a great channel here on YouTube. Derek actually thought he was like that is just genius doing merch. I should have done this a long time ago, folks. It's dead. Simple stuff that you can literally just put together with together couple shirts, and you know, your readers might in the picking that up. So just give it some consideration head over to merge by Amazon and get yourself at account set up making a sound super easy, aren't I I probably shouldn't make it's easy. And that is really just about it for all of the relevant news over the past week. So what questions about self publishing books? And what would you like to learn more of what would you recommend? If you happen to be watching the replay..
"cobo" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"With cobos. Bonnie. Sit around. Town. Hey town is another episode of dumb people down population. Either. Relation Koi Koi. Welcome to dump people. Dude, it I'm so happy that you're here because I've always felt that you as a comedian and certain bits of your signature bits of yours. You have attacked the absolute utter dumbness of humanity as possible way. But that's what we do. We study behavior. Yeah. And we say what is stupid about this and how about a drunk girl peeing very intensely. Instead. Yeah. I think when you talk about your son. I that's what I do. I look at my son and go, okay. He's doing something stupid. Two. Why am I going to get mad at my son when I did the same ship? He got caught stealing at Macy's. My son has so much money. He hears a Bank account that people would die for right down. He stole at Moreau. I was so he has a debit card. That's always got money on it. So he can eat when I'm not in town got everything he stole for the thrill of it. He stole in front of the guy that actually does security donkeys. He took the players poll. Dhamma is your son when owner rider? My son is fucking stupid. Yeah. Exactly is part of the pan club. I think it was like some type of thing that he had to do to get into the rider fan. By doing this stranger things have happened. And he is. Scatter all your staff. So yeah, it's us check this out. He puts on the fuck in. He goes into the into the dressing room. Does he grabbed two pairs? And that's that's already jumping. You gotta lake to pair. Look like one parent tell you do it. They try on you steal at any bring the one out Paul. He brought it back. I I didn't didn't like like anything. anything. Like these. He brought the one parent came out with nothing where do that pair healthy. He's a magician Dan where did marshal dad Marshall field? Marshall field's field as. Yeah. Yeah. Now, it's amazing now. Stole from you, Dan. So check this out check this out. They put them in a little jail. Good miss Israel, Thais take a picture of them. And they ban them for Macy's. Good. He's not allowed in there. Right. Right. Yeah. So we go shopping and we walk into Macy's. And he goes, you know, I'm not allowed to be in here. Right. Like you life. Because you know, there's a pitcher me in their wall down the probably looking at me right now. And I go you son of a bitch. Nobody. I love Macy's. Why are you taking Mason? They have a polo sex only want to be on the walls, dry cleaners and diners. That's it. That's it. Not as and why don't you show called dry, dry clean? Diners attract cleaner dives. All right. Well, let's get into this. Because we believe that the world is getting dumber as we speak. It's like a dumb wave hitting our world in our country and the only way to fight back is through comedy. And we have great fans, they send us these amazing stories Joe and Dan gets them. And and let's. You ready? Let's into one. There we go to try and understand the dumbness. Speaking of kids doing dumb shit sent in by Buckley Wilkinson who just Buckley welcomes. Be h Wilkinson seventy eight I think it should be Buckley say something if dumb people town were like an animated series, which it is. Right. Hopefully, there should be a character Dame. Buckley, the third. Yes. He worked at the library. But he's only allowed to shell the books, right? He never suggests books. A good read. Pitchers. Fuck it. Go to the bible sexually is get to the bible. Yeah. In Brooklyn, Ohio. That was a place lately. What is it about Ohio that you steals? Other famous city names like Miami, Ohio. Lima. Yeah. Cleveland boy led police on his second high speed chase with police in thirteen months. This time he did it because his mother took away his PlayStation..
"cobo" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Optional event at Cobo center in Detroit. Tom, Jordan, WWE J NewsRadio nine fifty who will be the next share of the Michigan Democratic Party of former Detroit may oral spokesman is putting his hat into the ring. Details. From WW J city beat reporter. Vicki Thomas Bowen. The former spokesman for ex mayor Dennis Archer says the party needs a fearless leader part of the reason why we did. So well this last election was because people were so mad at Donald Trump. They would've voted for. Mickey Mouse Bowen says the party needs to unapologetically fight for democratic values. There's so many things that we should be doing as a party to show up and demonstrate that we support the UAW who's gearing up for strike because they're closing down. I believe three or four different plants. We're not even part of that conversation. Current CEO of the party, lavar Barnes, getting governor Gretchen Whitmer endorsement, Vicki Thomas, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty. It's an attempted smash and grab caught on camera Detroit. Police say two men and a white SUV and one in Dodge Ram pickup pulled up to a business on eight mile near grand river around seven Sunday morning. That's when the driver of the Dodge Ram. I'm back into the window with his truck. The suspect tried to hit the window again when an employee in the business fired shots the suspect. Sped off without getting anything. It's believed that flyers found on vehicles in Ferndale are the work of a white supremacist group based in Texas, one.
How to get free audio and e-books from the library
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. With wicks, you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's w. i. x. dot com. And create your professional website today. E books are one of the great joys of being digital. There's so many to choose from, but they can be expensive. Our friend Mark Saltzman who is a USA today columnist end the host of the syndicated radio show and podcast tech it out is with us, but Mark's gonna tell us about how to get e books for free or no little to no cost. Yeah. Sharon are free whether it's e books or audio books, and there's one of two ways to do it. One is to use overdrive which is an app or built into many e-readers like Kobo whereby you just type in your library card inside of the overdrive area of the Kobo e book reader or the app, and you can rent books for free you. It's a borrow books. I should say from your local library just as you would do in person, but you don't have to drive to the library and nor do you have to return it on time or face any overdue charges. But the process is the same. You reserve a book and then digitally you can read it on your Facebook reader. Or on a nap on a tablet or a smartphone or a laptop, and then when it is it, would it does expire. It just stops working unless you renew it. That's one way is to use overdrive Jefferson from the same company. Overdrive is a standalone app called Libby l. i. double b. y. and that's their way to borrow books for free from your local library or audio books. And this would need you just download the free app to your favorite IOS or Android device or windows. You log in again with your library card, and then you allow the app or your device rather to find your local libraries and you just punch in your library card once and then you can borrow books and audiobooks for free, and that also works with kindles. If you do have supported kindle, you can click a button inside Libyan. Have that book pushed that e book pushed to the supported kindle either way you're talking about borrowing books for free so you don't have to pay for them. They do include New York Times bestsellers, and other newer titles, not just the classics. And then when they do expire, you don't have to go. Anywhere pay any overdue fees, it's it's great. What what is the average length of typically sent? Seven? Fourteen days depending on the library depending on the book and often you can renew it before it expires. In other cases, somebody else has requested it. So it's as if it was a physical copy because the library pays for certain number of them, you would probably, you know, for the tech savvy listeners are probably scratching their head thinking, it's just zeros and ones. Why can't you just make an unlimited? Well, that's how they prevent piracy. There is some DRM digital rights management embedded here so that you can't just duplicate these books in freely shared them with the internet or audio book. So they it is a reservation system, but you just don't have to physically go to the library anymore. How is the selection? Because there's there's tons of of of e books, audio books that you can get on Amazon. Now, from authors, you never heard of or stuff this in the public domain. How current is the selection? Yeah, it's decent if there is a, as I mentioned a lot of the. Bestseller lists that you would read in USA today or the New York Times, many of those same books are available and to a lesser extent. Many of those same audio books are available for all the the current bestsellers. If you're willing to read something from year or two ago or a decade ago, but still big names like James, Patterson, Stephen King, or what have you, then you're still gonna find a decent selection. So it's look. It's not like you're walking into a Barnes and noble or a orders or or shopping on Amazon, where you have a huge, huge selection. If you're willing to trade a bit of selection for the convenience of being able to borrow a book without having to physically go to a library, you will not be disappointed. All right. So go to overdrive download the app and then key in your local library. Put in your card in your good. That's basically it either overdrive or the Libby app. And if you do have one of the Cobos that support overdrive built in, then you don't need the app at all. If you wanna read it on your Kobo reader for kindle, it also works with Libby. Already. Mark Saltzman is a USA day columnist. He is the host of the syndicated radio show tech it out, which is also available at a podcast. As a podcast light talking tech on apple and Google podcasts, Institure, or whatever find podcasts are available. How do people find you on Twitter Mark handle is Mark underscore Saltzman. So it's Marc with a c, underscore s. a. l. t. z. may already. I'm at Jefferson, Graham on Twitter. Thanks everyone for listening. Thank you. Mark talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running, you want to be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks. You can create your own professional website, right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient. Just go to wicks dot com. 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New York state revokes approval of Charter-Time Warner Cable deal
"One WG, y cloudy seventy eight degrees at NewsRadio eight ten and one zero three one WG y the national. Weather service has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for south, western Schenectady county northwestern Albany county southern Scott Harry county and south central Montgomery County that it will expire at five thirty, just, before, five tonight, a severe, thunderstorm was, located near Ten miles south of Cobo skill moving northeast at thirty five miles per hour. Sixty mile per, hour wind gusts and quarter-sized hail again severe thunderstorm warning for south western. Schenectady northwestern Albany central scary in south central Montgomery counties which will expire tonight at five thirty former, assembly speaker Shelby silver has been sentenced to. Seven years in prison silver convicted in a retrial in may on public corruption charges, prosecutors had been, asking for, silver to get more than ten years behind bars WG y political corresponded Ken love it says he. Was not expecting the shortened sentence If. Anything maybe. The judge retake a couple of years off maybe Recount the retrial that he had to go through so I won't. Fifty five, out of out of a from a twelve year sentence so I I was surprised. That this was. The second time silvers been convicted of these charges the jury decision the first time was. Overturned by supreme court ruling in the lead up to this. Sentencing silver had written a letter. To the, judge saying he prayed he would not die in prison Charter communications who spectrum brand is the largest cable provider in New York has been ordered to submit a plan for handing over its cable franchises in. The state to, another company the order by the public service commission came after the PSC. And the Cuomo administration, said charter had been too slow in bringing. High speed internet access to one hundred and forty five thousand addresses in mostly rural parts of the state charter which was, supposed to make the connections as part of its merger. With Time Warner Cable says it's made eighty nine thousand new connections and is ahead of schedule the PSC says the company. Has made under fifty nine thousand hookups and is behind schedule Diane Denaro NewsRadio eight. Ten in, one or three one WG wise second quarter gross domestic product numbers showed the US. Economy hit on. All cylinders as April to June growth numbers far surpass the first quarter GDP numbers and. Posted a four point one percent increase President Trump credits his. Policies for the strong showing and He wants to keep it going by increasing growth to three percent over the next ten years that would mean twelve million new American jobs and. Ten trillion dollars of new American wealth at least the Commerce Department says it was the best showing by the economy since the third quarter of two thousand fourteen twenty two years. To life in prison sentence for a comedy man found guilty, of two counts of attempted murder twenty Jordan Brzezinski was convicted in April of July twenty seventeen incident in Albany where he fired eleven shots from gun at four. People near the, corner of Larkin Hamilton and hit two of them prosecutors say Brzezinski did. Not know the victims, all of whom survived Wall Street today Martin. To Carol has our Bloomberg market minute this Bloomberg market minute on WGN wise presented by Boucher financial group four CFP's one, CPA this is expertise you can trust this is a. Bloomberg market minute the US economy grew by more than four percent last Quarter but investors were occupied with company news the Dow lost seventy six points the NASDAQ dropped one hundred fourteen. Points and one percent for the week the SNP shed eighteen Intel announced it will delay. The roll out of a new chip technology until late next year shares lost eight and a half percent Twitter says active users increased nearly three percent last quarter but it expects those numbers to drop as it intensifies efforts to clean, up its platform.
"cobo" Discussed on WJR 760
"One degrees is where, we're at right, now and yeah it's a little bit humid. And sticky out there. As well but for right now the rain in the great city of Detroit has come to a. Temporary halt meanwhile as advertised we are happy to have with us Mr. Claude Molinari Cobo center general. Manager getting his thoughts on the North American International auto show moving to June plot. How are you this morning having the best day of the history my life state well sir that's a step in the right direction I'll tell you that We discussed it. A, lot, yesterday I'm sure Claude you have been. Discussing it as well You know it is, got a tremendous upside we forever. Have in my life anyway making it to your facility Maybe ten degrees above. Zero maybe, ten below zero with some snow. To deal with June is going to. Be a completely different picture Yeah it's, a total game changer and you know I, can't say enough about the GED leadership the Detroit auto show whether it's destroyed auto dealers leadership. Brought Albert always ahead of the curve and he saw where autonomy was really going to years ago when he created the, autumn ability and now we're taking the next step and and I'm, really excited about the future of the savannah, where we're going now have, there been any preliminary discussions along the way Claude is to and we were discussing with various guest yesterday How the June auto show may use the the, riverfront other areas of of beauty here in the great city of, Detroit has there been any conversation about that Oh tremendous amount. Of conversation really since about January ten This year we've been talking about, all different scenarios for the, auto show and on again rod Albert's and Doug north who's the chairman for the twenty. Twenty June events have been putting all kinds of ideas I think couple square right out in front of couple center on Jefferson avenue is beautiful space that's going to. Be ground zero for all kinds of activity in. Action we think that's going to be, an outstanding spot but needless to say inside Cobo center which of course has gone through some amazing renovation, of, late that's. Going to continue to be the hub oh no doubt. It's, going to be a huge part of the event again that's the epicenter of everything auto, show and, everything is kind of spread out through their you know we've got an incredible facility, that's been super modernized for today's needs of the clients and we're very excited. About the, possibilities of what the show's going to do you know we. Have, heard various, manufacturers, dropping out of various auto shows recently they're Claude I would, imagine that the North American International auto show moving to June might be just. Enough to, bring some back I don't know but it would be nice. To, see anyway I love that the auto show is playing office they're not, playing defense trying to reserve a preserve. A show that's, losing relevance they're moving forward to an, amazing future and again the auto shows and making preparations for this almost three years but the autonomous vehicles, and autumn, ability and and again they're taking an active proactive approach to let's see what we can do to bring the show back to the. Level that it was previously and and again I can't express how optimistic I am about where this is going specially. With a great, leadership has exhibited by retry daughter James association Well it'd be interesting to see you mentioned autonomous vehicles there Claude, if you, know it's going to be outdoors will there be an area for somebody to put on somewhat of a demonstration because let's, face facts You know there's there's a lot, of Americans that are a little apprehensive right now about getting into a car? With no driver but Example that the possibilities. Are endless, we'll certainly and again we've we've done things, in the past without water street being a cordoned off for some autonomous demonstrations you know this is more, in infancy two years ago but. I see, that becoming a focal point moving forward Hart plaza to riverfront..
"cobo" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Sadness yesterday at the national girls volleyball tournament at cobo center after the news that the couple killed in a plane crash near city airport sunday night were traveling here to watch their daughter play of course the boaz his brother paid still in the hospital from the crash that killed her parents fourteen year old bailey robertson is playing in the turney that's really sad i really bad her family everyone they do well officials say the boaz has vowed to stay in the tournament the cause of that crash still under investigation but the pilot reported a problem with the landing gear before that plane went down in the aftermath of catastrophic flooding in the western up last week dot asking the federal government for some help to fix some roads that are eligible for federal aid the federal highway administration for twenty eight point seven million dollars in emergency relief funds and we've asked that the expedited as quickly as possible spokesperson dan winegarden says they've managed to reopen a couple of the roads buddy says there are fifty to sixty county roads that have major damage kansas governor jeff cole europe has issued a disaster declaration after a tornado hit eureka left thousands without power here's more from cbs's brenda carrasco driving around in this trees enormous trees just a torn out of their out of the ground is just houses and damaged just all over town i spoke with a few individuals who tell me that they had little to no warning that this storm was happening state agencies there are now in the beginning stages of assessing the damage in eureka wbz news time one forty five now time for sports on newsradio nine fifty w w j all the tigers still in a slide blowing a nice lead last night to be as and falling nine two seven at comerica park the one oh sweet shot out the middle almost knocks down it looks to second instead throws to first because he was in the over shift and there was nobody at second base machado on the right side he flips the first to get the batter olsen but into score comes joyce and we've got a seven seven tie dan dickerson there over a ninety seven one the ticket trying incense here's the one so we're gonna shot grab at third base by lowry a smoked line drive in larry backhanded before got into the left field corner heck of a swing by glaciers it is outnumbered three in the oakland a's have come into detroit and taking the first two games in this four game series a six nothing lead disappeared for the tigers in this game our final score with two ones in the ninth inning the oakland a's come away with a nine seven win leonardi was breezing long for the tigers until he gave up three unearned runs in the fourth he was taken out for a walk and buck farmer came on in relief up next it's game three of that four game series you can catch the first pitch over ninety seven one the ticket at seven ten meanwhile number one overall pick for detroit casey mayes talked to the ticket about donning his new tigers cap fills amazing it's such an honor to be can be the first overall pick and join a great organization like the tigers i'm i'm really appreciative of of them considering the best player in this draft and you know taking me with with the first election so for for it to be official it really feels great minds agreeing this week to a minor league contract with the tigers including a seven and a half million dollar signing bonus overnight of the world cup argentina beat nigeria two one to get to the knockout stage though play france and the last sixteen on saturday croatia sending iceland home with a two one defeat and france and denmark played to a.
"cobo" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"W j news time is four three it's an update to an earlier story on w w j a flat rock man was in court today in the double murder of his sister and brotherinlaw fiftysevenyearold thomas lane was arraigned on murder fleeing and eluding as well as firearms charges police in flat rock say lane was staying with his sister and brotherinlaw in their home for several months before shooting and killing them both in march he then left in their car was arrested later that day in trenton where police spotted him behind the wheel police recovered a handgun from the car lane will be back in court next month investigators remain on the scene of a plane crash earlier this week which claimed the lives of two people they're seventeen year old son remains hospitalized in the meantime the couple's daughter is in detroit competing in a national volleyball tournament wwe j newsradio nine fifty sandra mcneill joins us live and local at cobo center for the latest on the story sandra so sad greg her name is christa boas he's a freshman in high school here to compete as part of av a it's an academy dedicated to volleyball now her brother is still hospitalized but i am told that she is supposed to play here this afternoon she's decided to continue with a tournament i went down there there's a group of parents and teens from the different age group they're just a supporter they say they don't wanna talk they don't wanna publicize the desk but they wanna bring healing for christa now other parents like tara view reacting to the news today our thoughts our hearts are with terrible tragic she's gonna play your heart that's gotta be a bad day now team members the officials there say that they will announce later in the week what people can do to help the family reporting live from komo's center sandra mcneill ww j newsradio nine fifty meantime.
Walled Lake, Business Editor and Kerry Mitch discussed on 24 Hour News
"It was hundreds the gathered at walled lake western high school where lee was a freshman to honor his memory he's warmhearted he's kind to everyone he meets he was just naturally funny and i love the man he was like a brother to me it was the happy spirit of a group and this is really hard to let them go just so genuine with everybody the number one person that understood me when i thought that nobody could understand me free just loved him somewhat visitation services for justin lee set for the weekend the lynch funeral home in walled lake no surprises as delegates at the u a w convention wednesday named gary jones original director to be their new president jones will be laying out his agenda later on today trade is going to be a big issue but as wwe ought to be reporter jeff gilbert tells us when it comes to trade the union is walking a political tightrope one member after another offering support for renegotiating nafta and other trade deals deals that the union says have cost american jobs now all this sounds like the message that's coming from president trump moron that we have in the white house people really believe that he's sincere and he's actually going to do anything for working people in this country while local to fifty nine president brian schneck says president trump is using the unions issue against it many analysts believe the support of individual uaw members help mr trump kerry mitch again in twenty sixteen at cobo center i'm jeff gilbert w w j newsradio nine fifty wbz news time twelve thirty five the federal reserve taking note of a resilient us economy yesterday by raising its benchmark interest rate for the second time this year and signaling that it may step up its pace of rate increases so how does this interest rate hike effect people like you and me our business editor murray feldman has that part of the story ninety two million americans will see an increase in their bills for about seventy percent it'll be ten dollars or less a month nearly thirty percent of consumers they'll could see a jump of fifty dollars a month or more these.
CDC warns residents in eight U.S. states of cut-fruit Salmonella outbreak
"Uaw leaders in detroit this week for their thirty seventh constitutional convention they're expected to affirm the election of gary jones to head the union as the current president's dennis williams is set to retire after one term but w w j auto analyst john mcelroy says we could see some issues so sure it could go that smoothly i think that we're going to see it more contentious convention that we've seen in the past simply because of all these corruption charges that have been lobbied against uaw officials involved with fca and of course on the political side there's an awful lot of trump supporters in the uaw who do not like the direction that the union has taken politically mcelroy believes those voices will come to the forefront during the convention all this week it begins monday at cobo hall a multi state salmonella outbreak has caused a number of regional grocery chains to recall pre cut melon products produced by kato foods health officials say the company's facility in indianapolis indiana is the likely source of the outbreak i really encourage folks who go to the cdc that gove salmonella website because that will provide continually updated information jennifer holton with the michigan department of agriculture and rural development says sixty people have been sickened including thirty two in michigan a tennessee woman facing two counts of child endangerment police say sixty two year old eob cheeks has been charged with transporting too young children in pet kennels inside her vehicle according to a police report the memphis woman said there was no inside their vehicle for the children ages seven and eight so she told them to get inside the kennels with temperatures in the mid nineties there was no air conditioning for the youngsters in the back of their grandmothers suv cbs news correspondent jim krasula reporting from tennessee one person killed a second descent to the hospital with burns after a house explodes in east cleveland cheryl miller lives on the block it was loud all glass was falling on me and i'm in they're trying to vacuum and i'm like what's going on the explosion destroyed one home and severely damaged several others as an investigation is ongoing in south western colorado a wildfire has prompted evacuation orders for residents and over two thousand homes the.
Former district judge's son arrested in death of his father
"Pennsylvania i detroit man who made threats against white police officers given ten months in jail and probation five dollars officers were killed and nine others wounded in july of two thousand sixteen by gunman angry over police shooting black man they rule littleton in detroit posted his praise for the shootings and said kill all white cops today littleton told the judge and it just came out of that angry place deeply policy i didn't mean it do any of those judge vonda evans gave littleton ten months in jail with work release and five years probation littleton also has to attend aa meetings five days a week dick hafner wjr news the son of former mount clemens district judge james scandal retail senior has been arrested in connection with the death of his father james scandal reto junior facing possible murder charges after his father's body was found in an abandoned golf course and polka ratan james junior calling police on april first reporting dad was missing the police became suspicious after they set his story didn't make sense they all chew county police arresting james junior after he was seen driving his vehicle was stolen license plates he's being held without bond in his father's death the twelfth and final member of the latin count street gang members charged in a racketeering conspiracy involving murder and attempted robbery has pleaded guilty twenty eight year old kyle volts of lincoln park pleading guilty to racketeering he now faces thirty years in prison it's one of the nation's largest gatherings of engineers sae detroit opening its doors for business today the sat international world congress experience is underway at cobo center the essays jim for lenses says it's everything automotive present and future connectivity autonomous driving automation electronics electrification hybrid we have an autonomous shuttle where you can actually hop on right now and take a ride and that's that's taking place down the hall here so we have a hybrid police vehicles emergency vehicles we have test simulators here so a lot of fun for those that are in the industry and even those that are just have an interest in the industry the public can attend for free just by signing up but there is a charge if you'd like to sit through one of the technical sessions at cobo center ken rogulski wjr news.
1 person in serious condition after fire broke out on 50th floor of Trump Tower
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Here's Why The Detroit Auto Show May Ditch January For October
"The jump the kurban crashed into a bus stop in midtown happened on woodward near forest two people were taken to the hospital to be treated for possible cuts from flying glass and other injuries there in stable condition would shook up police say the driver refused treatment organizers of the north american international auto show confirm discussions are under way that could lead to the show being held during a warmer month delegate wjr ought to be tpp reporter jeff gilbert explains october as amount being talked about that would allow more opportunities to do things outside maybe even using cobos roof show spokesman max muncie says a 2019 show was firmly plan for neck january but they always talk about ways to improve the experience and they're just starting discussions there certainly are all white boarded a war room alfaw all out of billion meeting at odds that half the armed faller lying to law to look at an opportunity there will be more discussion next week when organizers of the detroit show meet with carmakers at the geneva auto show jeff gilbert w w j newsradio nine fifty well it's been a long day for dte line workers as they worked to restore power to forty nine thousand homes.
"cobo" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"One the attack on nancy kerrigan after a practice gate at the us championships at cobo center in detroit wwl sandra mcneill topped with billion napoleon who at the time was the detroit police detective who cracked the case reported with the random back uh because uh you know the way it ultimately went down you know why do you hit uh the most prolific skater any olympics in highly anybody company and how it randomly know uh who she was i mean i didn't follow figureskating it would have to be somebody who kinda knew something about the sport and who she was because they went right to the top and got the the the person that was uh the favorite for a gold medal so i didn't think it was random so i i knew it was probably someone some way uh connected with sport well the he came in he hitter uh eight he actually he was a walking around the arena uh in the upper bold and they were down on the main level at the arena floor and he walked around and kind of stock there and then he came down to the area where the skaters were uh going on and off of the ice in at the time she was about to come off i believe he hitter and he took off running tried to escape out of uh kobo in the they were chains on the doors at that particular time and he couldn't uh he couldn't get out so he broke windows probably with the faint thing he hit her with runaway oh yeah i mean because they would know did was not a heavy police security president uh there at that particular time uh and so he he was able to get away in how long before you're able to trace that not only to him but backed at gloomily how it half where i was i was at home um shortly after that and i got a call from our control center uh which is i 20 which it into at the time in detroit was their 24hour command center saying that there was a person on the phone who said she would only talk to me i see at information on who this person was who had uh hit nancy kerrigan and so i'm was a little sceptical early morning need on a saturday or sunday and i.
"cobo" Discussed on KOIL
"Cobo this is the meeting of an advisory board there were no there were no meeting of the these advisory it's our they're just let's face it they are kind of window dressing they don't really they really do a lot but the but it it seems a classic case of you know get this low level person i've never seen this guy don't know am i spent a lot of time within a campaign ever seen before but never less he gets duped by this professor who it is he who hails from malta who met him and then got him together with some woman claimed was putin's and and this kid calls the campaign and said i have putin's nason we can get together with putin admitted here and it will be historic if it happen it looks like he got nowhere with the campaign but you know we're hearing that this is the beyond endo yeah there's a there's a there's a footnote um in the in his presentation of fact on pay date the read this follows the government note that the official campaign official forward a defendant papa dopoulos email to another campaign official without including defendant puppet up and stated quote what we need someone to communicate that dte that donald trump is not doing these cryptic it should become one lola level in the campaign so as not to send any signal unquote in other words we gotta get people have brought grow up at a low level bingo that it was actually judge interpreted the other way on television that they're trying to conceal they want to low level person to to connect with the the the potential putin east by saying the law level so it doesn't send a single but you're exactly right they just wanted this off their play it get it out be sets tell him we're not doing this and again the but they're they're clearly fishing you've got this say you know weizman's you know andrew weissman who did the enron prosecution i don't know him i don't know him well we've met uh i i have there are some things in his in his record including me on prosecution that i find very disturbing yeah he's the legal pitbull the new york times says today above the fold who fought.
"cobo" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"When i was a kid he was doing couch and and uh look at chuck mccann was was doing of cobo sunny hill we had chuck eurozone yoga prosper again so uh in seventy eight i think uh i got to of a chance to start doing sunny the cocoa prospered which if you don't have you haven't heard of him i think you don't have children because over the television without he's on saturday mornings and after school answering compare cartoon shows things like that and he sounds like a up here i will go cocoa for my favorite cereal monchique current she cut yellow go can offer coke how do you get up at high you have you were all the ongoing obviously a deep voice fellow because i i remember ice forest like doing known voices years ago they united way there was slight colombo yogurt ya and they had a guy doing a peter falk imitation for ollery remember that new yeah i don't remember them yeah yeah they were lombo yogurt yeah so they were ripping off two things him and the colombo shearer series yeah what did he said would be probably said ah i don't want to bother you buy try colombo yogurt yes humbly stuff like that now how did couch alkhilla happened with sunny happened first for me sitting that man was doing it for a long time young you're chuck mccane had been doing it in and on from what i understand the he moved to california from new york to do some televisions rubies adviser and became too difficult for him to fly back you know back and forth or too expensive or water it's funny in those days you couldn't just do it on a computer and senator and send the right off the country has right young while now you can and so early on the audition the you know again them and will probably couple hundred actors and.